A recent Postmedia story discussed how some churches in...Read More
New information obtained by the Manning Centre shows consumers in Alberta have good reason to be concerned about the Notley government’s recent electricity sector changes.
Observers have...Read More
Recently, the Canadian Association of Oilwell Drilling Contractors set what was then an e-petition record after delivering 34,537 signatures to Parliament in support of Canada’s oil and gas...Read More
Imagine making a $2 billion mistake and not getting fired for it?
Seriously, consider such a situation for a moment. How long would it take for your boss to march down to your office and...Read More
The British economist John Maynard Keynes is frequently referenced by politicians who want to provide an intellectual justification for increasing public spending and running chronic deficits....Read More
Western Canadian energy producers were already bleeding cash as a result of the collapse of oil and gas prices before Alberta’s May 5 election. The New Democrats’ surprise victory has compounded...Read More
The current fall in oil prices has engendered a predictable storm of economic and political commentary, some of it bordering on the hysterical. Until prices stabilize, there are two analogies,...Read More
Imagine saving $228 in federal income taxes each year. What's the catch? You just have to support Canadian jobs and Canada's economy.
To understand this opportunity, consider what Alberta...Read More
When a storm approaches on the horizon, most people take a few minutes to think about whether or not theyâ€™re prepared â€” are their car windows closed? Does anything need to be brought inside...Read More
How to efficiently and fairly meet the future electricity needs of Alberta’s rapidly growing population and economy. This is a major challenge facing the province and was the subject of a recent...Read More