Alberta’s public health service employees are not contracted out from other provinces. Employees and the vast majority of their employers live, work, and pay taxes in our province.
As many have pointed out over the past week since the United Conservative Party introduced Bill 207, the Bill to strengthen conscience rights for healthcare professionals, these “rights” already exist within the oversight organizations that govern the profession. As it should. We should not, as a society, refuse […]
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 […]
We discuss the proposal(s) for a national pharmacare plan, and Robbie makes a suggestion on how the Liberals could sell the pricey cost of implementation to the business crowd. Please don’t forget to share and comment on this post if you found it entertaining, informative, or just plain […]
Sticks and stones may break my bones but names will never hurt me. Anyone who thinks language doesn’t matter hasn’t been referred to as a “host body” lately. We Canadians usually look to the United States with both a mixture of awe and inspiration. Awe isn’t necessarily a […]
A large group of Alberta Conservatives gathered in front of a rural hospital in support of much needed upgrades and staff. “We pay taxes, we deserve staffses” they chanted. A young male wearing a “Just say NO to big government” t-shirt walked hand-in-hand with a woman wearing a […]