If you think 2020 has been a difficult year for you, Albertans receiving Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped (AISH) have been continuously targeted by the United Conservative government since they took office. AISH clients receive $1,685 per month. It’s not a fortune, as the MLA from St. […]
With the leaked recommendations, the Government of Alberta has served a greater purpose: instilling fear of public education in Alberta parents.
In the third policy convention since the amalgamation of the dynastic Progressive Conservative Association and the plucky but urban riding-challenged Wildrose Party, the members have shown once again they are uninterested in what the figure heads representing the Party in the legislature want. To be fair, the United […]
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 […]
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 […]
Alberta’s squad of trained seals were busy barking all day Monday after the Alberta Federation of Labour exposed them to a taste of their own medicine. The AFL took publicly available information and compiled it into one place where people looking to exercise their free will and free […]
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. I’m going to begin a series taking a […]
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.
Even though this proposal has been well-researched for more than two decades, Kenney’s government is committed to spending more.