It was a classic love story; the search for the soul mate played out by Alberta seeking the Trans Mountain Expansion approval. And then, against all odds, or so the Continue Reading
Everyone has a motivation for doing anything; she is neither the first nor last. At the end of the day, political parties have a motivation as well. The government has a responsibility to work on its own priorities.
If Kenney’s claim cannot be independently verified through lease agreements or visitor logs, the idea that Jason Kenney may have fraudulently claimed a subsidy he had no right to during his mother’s residency at Lake Bonavista will throw shade on whether he should have been eligible prior to that as well. Canadians will wonder. Albertans will as well; and this election season isn’t long enough for them to forget.
Park your partisanship for one moment and ask yourself if you would accept this explanation from Justin Trudeau. Something tells me the incessant outrage would be intense – and led by Jason Kenney, “Champion of the Taxpayer”.
The Yellow Vest movement has surfaced in Canada to protest the Liberal government’s carbon tax but few have looked beyond the vest. Yes, the movement was initially protesting an added Continue Reading
We saw it in Alberta in 2017: conservative slates for city counsel and school board trustees. Word on the street was there were offers of voter lists and campaign teams, Continue Reading
Calgary folk were shocked to discover an environmental organization had infiltrated its completely Conservative agricultural mecca in August. ALUS Canada, a “community-developed and farmer-delivered” program which “sustains agriculture, wildlife and Continue Reading
That the Federal Court of Appeal ruled against the government’s Trans Mountain Expansion project was not what most Albertans wanted to hear today. It was called a “stunning decision”, a Continue Reading
Andrew Scheer is going to bravely march to a staged death on the hill of Supply Management. Not because he wants to (though he does) but because he can. When Continue Reading
After a long day of responding to trolls who don’t read what they’re commenting on, an Alberta woman threw the towel in the basket with barely a “swoosh”. “I don’t Continue Reading