There is no reason for America to support the expansion of Canada’s pipeline access beyond Line 3 at this time.
Faced with an unprecedented pandemic that is fundamentally challenging our society, the Alberta United Conservative government has chosen to break the systems that will be relied upon to get us through this challenge instead of buttressing them.
At what point does an Alberta government look at the fact that “other taxes” provide higher revenues than resource royalties and say “we can’t count on this anymore”?
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 […]
As many have pointed out over the past week since the United Conservative Party introduced Bill 207, the Bill to strengthen conscience rights for healthcare professionals, these “rights” already exist within the oversight organizations that govern the profession. As it should. We should not, as a society, refuse […]
People who have evidence that someone has undertaken an UnAlbertan Activity are being encouraged to visit AlbertaInquiry.ca and give details of their activities.
Canada has a strong, independent judiciary that is the model for many democracies around the world.
It would appear that Albertans have finally made a decision about whether they want cuts to services or higher taxes in the pursuit of a balanced budget.
Alberta Minister Sonya Savage said she was “disappointed” energy companies were not using their tax break to create jobs in the province. Unfortunately, the UCP’s Summer of Repeal looks set to offer little more than proof that neither the tax rate nor government policy was to blame for […]