Premier Jason Kenney crossed a red line today in a speech to the Oil Sands Trade Show in Fort McMurray. In the video shared by Edmonton CBC Journalist Michelle Bellefontaine, Kenney is seen opining about the way that countries like Russia have dealt with Greenpeace protestors, calling it […]
Albertans, and Canadians, had some laughs yesterday with the #ReportAnAlbertan hashtag. Underneath the mockery, however, is a very real attack on Canadian citizens. Premier Jason Kenney and Energy Minister Sonya Savage announced the launch of the Alberta Inquiry website over social media and the Government of Alberta sent […]
Education Minister Adriana LaGrange announced today that the Alberta Government will be continuing the school nutrition pilot that was started under the former NDP Government, with minor modifications. “We know that students need to be well fed to be able to learn successfully and we are so happy […]
People who have evidence that someone has undertaken an UnAlbertan Activity are being encouraged to visit AlbertaInquiry.ca and give details of their activities.
It’s not as catchy as the “Barbaric Cultural Practices Hotline” but it’s just as edgy and the UCP wants YOU to share your personal anecdotes, conjecture and conspiracy theories; after all, what, seriously, are we paying $2 million dollars for? Bradford Stoll, spokesperson for the Diligent Use of […]
Canada has a strong, independent judiciary that is the model for many democracies around the world.
Ralph Klein’s legacy is more than austerity followed by spending like tomorrow was never going to arrive. It’s more than paying down the debt thanks to increased corporate taxes and a return to the boom we promised not to squander away (again). No, Ralph Klein’s legacy was coining […]
It would appear that Albertans have finally made a decision about whether they want cuts to services or higher taxes in the pursuit of a balanced budget.
It’s no surprise the panel tasked with cutting spending found the government spends too much. What’s on the chopping block? Healthcare, K-12 education, post-secondary, the public service and their wages, (excluding management). The panel has recommended the Government of Alberta: reduce the public service by making better use […]