Robbie & Deirdre go head to head on the Federal Ethics Commissioner’s report on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s violation of the Conflict of Interest Act and look at whether he got it right, how PMJT could have escaped more unscathed, and what this means for the election. We also touch on partisan accountability and Charles Adler.
Alberta’s Participation Ribbon Fiscal Panel led by Former Saskatchewan Finance Minister Janice MacKinnon delivered its eagerly awaited political cover document to Finance Minister Travis Toews today. Toews said he would give his family and friends two weeks to maximize their use of government services before the UCP reveals […]
Despite having claimed throughout the duration of the investigation that the PMO was cooperating with the commissioner, the report indicated that full transparency was not given for Dion to be able to fully assess all information…
“Let me be clear, the only way Alberta can dominate the rest of Canada is if we have a leader in Ottawa who is willing to capitulate to my every demand. Scheer is the person best suited to do that,” declared Kenney confidently.
The United Conservative government of Alberta has been following through on their promises to make Alberta a more friendly place to do business. Alberta is now the home of the lowest corporate tax rates in Canada, and the government has just announced a generous plan to allow property […]
Alberta’s new government has been busy creating new jobs… for lawyers. We look at the appointment of a special prosecutor to assist in the investigation of Jason Kenney’s leadership, the carbon tax opponents’ judicial beatdowns, and the future of Alberta’s own carbon tax challenge. Please don’t forget to […]
Jason Kenney promised to raise the level of decorum in the Legislature. So why are MLAs wearing earplugs during debates? He also promised to renew investor confidence, but we’ve seen him tear up numerous contracts, and cause a world-leading AI company to withhold investment in Calgary’s downtown core. […]
We discuss the role of traditional and new media in political discourse and why there may be an erosion of trust with mainstream media. We talk about two significant retractions from Global News and a massive lapse in truth from Calgary Herald columnist Rick Bell. Please don’t forget […]
The Liberal Party started its official campaign efforts in earnest with a university professor alienating undecided and soft conservative voters and fence sitters, calling them uneducated. Not wanting to be outdone by the Liberals, Conservative House Leader Candice Bergen reminded everyone that they hate working people too – […]