In 1867, when Canada was born, our founding fathers created two unions – a political union by uniting the participating colonies under a federal constitution, and an economic union by eliminating...Read More
Our NDP government frequently justifies its legislative agenda by claiming that it is simply bringing Alberta in line with the standards of other provinces.
Without much critical reflection...Read More
Back in 2008, I spent several hours in a committee room at the Manitoba legislature listening to the public present their views on some new legislation.
A key lesson from that day is quite...Read More
When you see news stories showing millennials protesting an oil and gas, mining or forestry project, note that those protesters are actually in the minority and don’t represent their age...Read More
What’s going on right now in Alberta is truly sad. A once proud economic gem of a province is being ravaged by incompetent provincial government policy decisions.
While it’s true Alberta’s...Read More
After being trashed and maligned for years by left-of-centre politicians, environmental extremists and media commentators who have never been near the place, Fort McMurray is finally getting due...Read More
Coun. Evan Woolley’s notice of motion at Monday’s council meeting drew council into an important discussion on the significant economic challenges thrust upon Calgarians in the last eight months...Read More