Mayor Naheed Nenshi recently travelled to Halifax and made some serious charges that were broadcast on national news. The claim: newly elected councillors have allowed partisanship to get in the...Read More
What would you do with an extra three days of your life back every year?
Calgarians spend an estimated 68 hours in traffic gridlock each year, according to the TomTom Traffic Index. While...Read More
To: Uncle Sam, Washington D.C.
From: Your Northern Neighbour*
Re: Ending the Ideological Civil War
Dear Uncle Sam:
As an old friend who wishes nothing but the best for...Read More
A few months ago, I was invited to a forum to brainstorm “big ideas” with respect to the development of Alberta’s oil sands – in particular, big ideas for meeting the environmental challenges of...Read More
Nine years after the massacre of Chinese democrats in Tiananmen Square, I visited China as Leader of the Official Opposition in our Parliament. As is customary, we were met at the airport by a...Read More
Preston Manning's speech to the 29th Annual Chuchill Society Dinner:
Introduction: I would first of all like to express my deepest appreciation to the Winston...Read More
What can the federal Conservatives, Canada’s governing party, learn from the decline of the federal Liberals from “natural governing party” to third-party status?
One lesson worth...Read More
Many years ago, when I was a young management consultant based in Edmonton, I didn’t believe that a few people at the top could substantially influence, for better or for worse, the ethics and...Read More
Conflict between B.C. Premier Christy Clark and Alberta Premier Alison Redford over the proposed Northern Gateway pipeline to the West Coast is not in the long-range interests of either province...Read More
How Ernestine showed me the road to reconciliation Preston Manning, Globe and Mail, June 30, 2015
Her name was Ernestine Gibot, the daughter of a Metis trapper and a Chipewyan mother, and...Read More