After ten days hiding from accountability and doing his job, like a groundhog Jason Kenney emerged from his hibernation today to deliver a verdict on Alberta’s future. One would have hoped that the Premier would see the dark shadows his inaction and lack of leadership have cast on […]
Alberta is certainly a leader in Canada, but not in the way the UCP had likely envisioned. With two consecutive days over 1500 cases, including surpassing Ontario and Quebec in absolute numbers of new and active cases, this wasn’t what the UCP hoped their personal responsibility mantra would […]
Kenney did *something* but warns he might have to do more if personal responsibility doesn’t work this time
Ooooh – more restrictive measures at some unknown point in time that may or may not affect me in any way? Say it ain’t so!
Dereliction, Delayed, Decelerate, and Derision, to name a few.
If you think 2020 has been a difficult year for you, Albertans receiving Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped (AISH) have been continuously targeted by the United Conservative government since they took office. AISH clients receive $1,685 per month. It’s not a fortune, as the MLA from St. […]
With the leaked recommendations, the Government of Alberta has served a greater purpose: instilling fear of public education in Alberta parents.
In the third policy convention since the amalgamation of the dynastic Progressive Conservative Association and the plucky but urban riding-challenged Wildrose Party, the members have shown once again they are uninterested in what the figure heads representing the Party in the legislature want. To be fair, the United […]
“Why do cleaners and cafeteria workers have to be government employees?”
Jason Kenney and the UCP have been pushing the idea that choice in education and healthcare will lead to lower costs and better outcomes. But is it true? First up, in this piece I’m going to be taking a look at education. There are two key pieces that […]