Because, sure, let’s just ignore the fact that the UCP basically slapped a new date on the same budget they released in October 2019.
Alberta, home of the Conservatives, land of the strong and free. Nary a homegrown provincial political leader can save us from ourselves, but praise be, our saviour Jason Kenney has arrived from distant lands to bring us to prosperity and restore the Alberta Advantage. Just as Jim Prentice […]
As we have seen this weekend, Jeff Callaway was not only a kamikaze candidate (a person who had was not campaigning to win), but whose campaign was directed by staff from Jason Kenney’s leadership campaign. Email documentation and testimony from former co-campaign manager Cameron Davies showed there was […]
There’s clearly a sense of urgency to get an election out of the way prior to the Election Commissioner and the RCMP having the chance to pull these strings fully.
Recent outrage over the extension of the federal equalization formula through 2024 is a bit disingenuous. Without getting too technical, here’s a brief primer on equalization; Basically, the federal government collects payroll and business taxes from everyone across Canada, at the same rates. This largely funds the operations […]
What an interesting week for Alberta politics (let’s be real, every week in Alberta politics is interesting.) And an awful week for the United Conservative Party. First the excitement started when unsurprisingly the UCP was declined the ability to participate in the Edmonton Pride Parade. To anyone with […]
Calgary Pride has been making some waves with recent decisions including the exclusion of uniformed law enforcement and the most recent decision to exclude the nascent United Conservative Party from the Pride Parade on September 3rd in Calgary. Even within the LGBTQ community, these decisions are not without […]