Jason Kenney is kissing a lot of Alberta’s money goodbye and it hasn’t phased him yet. Repealing the province’s wildly unpopular carbon tax – still in existence but no longer funding the Alberta Treasury – was a heartfelt thank-you to those who voted for Kenney’s United Conservative Party. […]
O’Toole also promised to bend over in any direction for seat-rich Quebec’s provincial autonomy – so long as those seats are filled with Conservative asses
Even though this proposal has been well-researched for more than two decades, Kenney’s government is committed to spending more.
Smith offers a three-step plan that… has more rainbows and unicorns than a Pride parade.
Connect: @Mitchell_ABdmaclean@countersign.ca The long anticipated Fair Deal Panel report was finally released to the public Wednesday, and though there is a lot of back-slapping going on, the government isn’t talking about the hundreds of millions of dollars obtaining the “fair deal” will cost Alberta. Contracting the R.C.M.P. comes […]
The writing was on the wall – Bill 10 was not the target – Alberta’s Public Health Act was.
the NDP and the UCP have ran up the credit card in the hopes that maybe down the road we’ll get a good bonus to pay it off.
Anyone exhibiting this level of incompetence in the private sector would be fired.
There is no reason for America to support the expansion of Canada’s pipeline access beyond Line 3 at this time.