Friday March 22, 2019 Interesting opinions: Danielle Smith tries straight talk: Albertans want the spending without the bill. While we have many choices in most ridings, she says the NDs Continue Reading
Thursday, March 21, 2019 News: The Alberta Independence Party is officially in the race with 47 candidates as of Wednesday. The AIP stands for, you guessed it, separation. Policy: Alberta Continue Reading
A Daily Summary of Alberta Campaigns, alphabetically. Additional links within. 27 days until Election Day The NDP and UCP began day 2 in southern Alberta, kicking off the provincial election Continue Reading
28 days. That’s how long the election campaign is in Alberta and we will go to the polls on April 16, 2019. Rachel Notley gave a speech in Calgary on Continue Reading
Stephen Carter joins me again to talk about Alberta politics. This episode was supposed to be edited down but I enjoyed listening to it as much as I enjoyed recording Continue Reading
Jason Kenney, long-term MP, Minister of Immigration, Employment and Defence, and the Prime Minister’s number two, may simply have been the unwilling victim of an accommodating staffer.
People often say, “don’t hate the player, hate the game”. As Albertans, we should already be painfully aware governance has consequences that extend well beyond the allotted playing time.
Duane Bratt, a political science Professor and Chair in the Department of Economics, Justice, and Policy Studies at Mount Royal University, wrote a fantastic article about how political parties can, Continue Reading
Robbie Kreger-Smith Alberta’s governing NDP is currently facing a very public firestorm over a backbench MLA who has refused to sit in the Legislature due to what she calls a Continue Reading
The Alberta New Democrat convention was held in Edmonton last weekend and with it, the outline of their campaign for 2019. If I have been impressed with Conservative messaging in Continue Reading