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.
Smith offers a three-step plan that… has more rainbows and unicorns than a Pride parade.
Our colleagues in the world of political analysis, Scott Howard Payne and Robbie Kreger-Smith, did some collaboration and pontification on the way that progressive activists, from all parties, can rally together without merging. The ultimate goal being the removal of the current UCP government in 2023. While the […]
There is no reason for America to support the expansion of Canada’s pipeline access beyond Line 3 at this time.
Deirdre Mitchell-MacLean Political capital is the leeway Parties or Party leaders get from voters when they do something their supporters might not agree with. If they’ve done a good job, overall, voters forgive some transgressions. Federally, we saw it when Prime Minister Justin Trudeau bought a pipeline. It […]