Alberta is in despair and disrepair. But it doesn’t have to be. Jason Kenney and the Alberta UCP rode to a dominant victor in the spring 2019 election on a promise to deliver jobs, economy, pipelines, and a balanced budget. In my last piece I examined the UCP […]
Alberta’s squad of trained seals were busy barking all day Monday after the Alberta Federation of Labour exposed them to a taste of their own medicine. The AFL took publicly available information and compiled it into one place where people looking to exercise their free will and free […]
Alberta is in despair and disrepair. But it doesn’t have to be. Jason Kenney and the Alberta UCP rode to a dominant victor in the spring 2019 election on a promise to deliver jobs, economy, pipelines, and a balanced budget. I’m going to begin a series taking a […]
“We don’t want big money to distort or have an unfair effect on election outcomes,” – AUMA President
The bill proposes removal of caps on overall donations, with a $5,000 contribution limit per person per candidate in any jurisdiction across the province and would remove limits on third-party advertisers outside of the campaign period. It would also stop the practice of requiring disclosure of donors prior […]
the NDP and the UCP have ran up the credit card in the hopes that maybe down the road we’ll get a good bonus to pay it off.
Anyone exhibiting this level of incompetence in the private sector would be fired.
These actions are nothing more than a crass cry of “please sir, may I have some more!” as the government doles out cash to cover for the industry’s incompetent management.
While Mr. Wolf may believe this action will generate allies, it is far more likely to wind up a public relations embarrassment that backfires and alienates those we need on our side.
When it comes to policy and politics, Jason Kenney only plays for one team, and that’s Team Kenney. Two particular cases have highlighted this characteristic during the pandemic response.