When you have every Karen and Daryl snatching likes from the lowest common denominator on Facebook for free, you can hardly blame the country’s mac and cheese-powered “thought leaders” for trying to recover their place as the chosen few who provide vocabulary lessons to thousands across the country.
The not knowing is a recipe for continual infection than has the potential to be worse than the first one.
“To me, the message is ‘we don’t care,'” Canadian Prison Law Association president Tom Engel, said.
A legal challenge filed by the JCCF against the Alberta government may only be a legal challenge… or it may be sign of something more profound happening in Alberta politics.
There is no reason for America to support the expansion of Canada’s pipeline access beyond Line 3 at this time.
I’ve yet to see any evidence that roleplaying a public health official or data scientist has any positive impacts on the outcome of our pandemic response; But as the premier continues to demonstrate, his need to put politics first always trumps rationalism.
Deirdre Mitchell-MacLean Alberta Premier Jason Kenney keeps saying his government did not cut education funding. Yet the following school boards have very publicly announced they will be receiving less money for the 2019-20 school year: Calgary Board of Education: $32 million less Calgary Catholic: $17 million less Edmonton […]
Deirdre Mitchell-MacLean Political capital is the leeway Parties or Party leaders get from voters when they do something their supporters might not agree with. If they’ve done a good job, overall, voters forgive some transgressions. Federally, we saw it when Prime Minister Justin Trudeau bought a pipeline. It […]
“Budgets are political documents.” ~ Trevor Tombe It’s probably one of the most fluffed-up accounting documents we ever get to see. In between the spattering of charts and graphs there are affirmations of priorities, justifications for spending or cuts, and reiterations of promises past or commitments to come. […]