Skip to content

Opinion

Thoughts on gambling with Canada

Political Canada as we knew it is dead. The federal general election of Oct. 21 will be its funeral. Tuesday, Oct. 22 will be the first day of the new Canada. The newly elected Parliament will have the first chance to shape it.

Democracy strengthened by diversity

The federal election campaign is over and the sky has not fallen. I’m not writing about who won, or who lost, or why.

What’s in it for Alberta?

The federal election outcome, Oct. 21, is more important to Alberta’s future than the provincial budget to be tabled in the legislature three days later.
Social purpose sector should be election issue

Social purpose sector should be election issue

Canadians will elect a new House of Commons on Oct. 21. We’ve already seen the political parties and their leaders staking out positions on an array of fundamental issues.

Democracy strengthened by diversity

The federal election campaign is over and the sky has not fallen. I’m not writing about who won, or who lost, or why.

Farmers and ranchers deserve protection

The fall session of the Alberta legislature will include the introduction of a number of new bills, including ones related to domestic abuse and environmental protection.
Farmers and ranchers deserve protection

Farmers and ranchers deserve protection

The fall session of the Alberta legislature will include the introduction of a number of new bills, including ones related to domestic abuse and environmental protection.

Canada has become a country of victims

Re: "CrossIron shooting scary deal," p. 24, Oct. 1 Gazette. Once upon a time reporters and journalists could be trusted to report some semblance of facts in the articles they published.

Canada’s global reputation remains strong

Conservatives have invested a lot of effort convincing Canadians that our country’s international reputation has been destroyed under the leadership of Liberal Party Leader Justin Trudeau.

Might as well go all-in

When there’s nothing more to lose then you might as well go all-in. No doubt that’s Alberta Premier Jason Kenney’s reasoning in deciding to recently go ahead and openly campaign for federal Tory leader Andrew Scheer in vote-rich Ontario.