These actions are nothing more than a crass cry of “please sir, may I have some more!” as the government doles out cash to cover for the industry’s incompetent management.
The industry is suffering because they have built an unsustainable business model where profits can only be earned when oil prices are high, corporate taxes are low, and corporate responsibilities (like well remediation and municipal taxes) can be dumped onto taxpayers.
“we are finding that we have too much PPE left to go around for those professionals who are keeping their practices in Alberta,”
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is both apologizing and defending his appearance in brownface at a party in 2001. Photos surfaced today of the Liberal leader from when he was a teacher at the private school West Point Grey Academy in British Columbia. “While I regret the photo, and […]
How the hell does an op-ed that is so inflammatory get printed in the two largest newspapers in Canada’s third largest market?
Scheer’s appearance after over a week in hiding, carries on a long Conservative tradition of expressing shock and dismay when Liberals use their own words against them.
Trudeau Announces Advisory Committee Aimed at Promoting Skilled Trades; Kenney No Longer Sees Trades as Equal
“I know I used to talk about a “parity of esteem” between trades and professions, but if this drama teacher thinks trades are good, clearly they must be bad,” said the Premier
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.
“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.