Secret recordings of conversations with Alberta’s Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Deena Hinshaw have been leaked to CBC Edmonton and confirmed what many of us already suspected; Jason Kenney’s government doesn’t care how many people die as long as they can keep the economy open. The leaked […]
Afraid to alienate his libertarian and separatist supporters and unwilling to demure to the calls of ICU doctors, epidemiologists, the majority of the public, and the opposition – Kenney came out to deliver a milquetoast suite of half measures that would make no one happy. Except maybe the virus.
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.
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 […]
As the federal government made good on a 2019 platform promise to join more than 100 countries around the world who have implemented bans on single-use plastics, Alberta Energy Minister Sonya Savage said the provincial government will ensure its jurisdiction is respected. “As we announced in our natural […]
Alberta is in despair and disrepair. But it doesn’t have to be. Jason Kenney and the Alberta UCP rode to a dominant victor in the spring 2019 election on a promise to deliver jobs, economy, pipelines, and a balanced budget. In my last piece I examined the UCP […]