What if the Alberta government spent its time, and, most importantly, our money, on training Albertans for jobs of the future, and attracting businesses to support those jobs?
We know Conservatism moves at a slower pace than forward-thinking ideologies, but taking four decades to come to terms with an idea that no longer has national support is spectacularly embarrassing.
Alberta’s Premier had absolutely no business promising jobs, economic recovery, or pipelines.
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.
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?
Suncor CEO Mark Little’s vision seems to be in line with what people are saying, at least in Alberta.
Deirdre Mitchell-MacLean It’s politically advantageous to set the narrative but the reality is not so forgiving. After Moody’s Investor Services downgraded Alberta’s credit rating for the seventh time in five years, and this recent downgrade under a Conservative government no less, Premier Jason Kenney came out swinging. “The […]
Albertans, and Canadians, had some laughs yesterday with the #ReportAnAlbertan hashtag. Underneath the mockery, however, is a very real attack on Canadian citizens. Premier Jason Kenney and Energy Minister Sonya Savage announced the launch of the Alberta Inquiry website over social media and the Government of Alberta sent […]