“we are finding that we have too much PPE left to go around for those professionals who are keeping their practices in Alberta,”
I’ve yet to see any evidence that roleplaying a public health official or data scientist has any positive impacts on the outcome of our pandemic response; But as the premier continues to demonstrate, his need to put politics first always trumps rationalism.
Faced with an unprecedented pandemic that is fundamentally challenging our society, the Alberta United Conservative government has chosen to break the systems that will be relied upon to get us through this challenge instead of buttressing them.
We’ve heard the advice from medical specialists, but has anyone really taken the time to ask the accountants?
To any parent wondering “when will they close the schools? I don’t feel comfortable sending my kids for (WHATEVER REASON YOU CHOOSE),” the choice is YOURS to keep sending them.
Groups like RightNow – including Real Women Canada and Campaign Life Coalition – would like the rest of us to believe that the CPC is a mainstream political organization that will represent all Canadians.
At what point does an Alberta government look at the fact that “other taxes” provide higher revenues than resource royalties and say “we can’t count on this anymore”?
While Kenney may have seen that solely as a threat to the federal government, Teck couldn’t have relished the possibility of becoming the poster company for breaking up Canada.
If watching communities continue to shrink, facing increased tax bills and having less medical services available won’t change the vote of a rural Albertan, what will?