“It has to stop,” Alberta Inquiry Commissioner Steve Allan sobbed. “Why don’t these people understand that there’s ‘good’ foreign investment and ‘bad’ foreign investment?” The foreign funding snitch line crashed the website AlbertaInquiry.ca on Monday after Premier Jason Kenney announced he was in New York asking Americans to […]
In a bold tweet suggesting “all Alberta-based alumnus should politely but firmly tell (the University of Alberta’s fundraising) to pound sand and get their heads out of dark places”, Calgary-Fish Creek MLA Richard Gotfried inadvertently highlighted the problems Alberta Universities will face if they lose government funding in […]
Conservative Party Leader Andrew Scheer has worked with his campaign team to try and proactively mitigate several impending disastrous days of media coverage related to candidates saying stupid shit online. As it turns out, about 70% of the nominated CPC candidates thought they had signed up to run […]
Balloons, music and cake, do not a happy father-figure make. ~unknown The University of Lethbridge was excited. On Friday, after almost a decade of planning, costing and construction, their new Science Commons was officially opened with the “Big Bang” celebration. Alberta’s self-appointed Father Figure, Jason Kenney, leapt at […]
Alberta’s United Conservatives have announced an audacious plan to address classroom crowding. (See Premier, we have thesauruses too!) The plan will see the walls removed from all classrooms in what were formerly known as public schools. “By eliminating literal barriers, we will remove the metaphorical barriers created by […]
In a scathing response to Amnesty International, Alberta Premier Jason Kenney used the only thing available to a puffed-up little bully who is justifying the desire to steal the lunch money of not-for-profits; a thesaurus. “I understood everything that uppity Amnesty International guy was saying and I disagreed […]
Tired of having people thrown under it, the Liberal campaign bus chose to fight back last night.
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.