We must stop Trudeau’s attack on Alberta’s economy: Kenney

'Unlike the NDP, the United Conservatives understand that we face a hostile Trudeau Liberal government in Ottawa that has pledged to “phase out” the oilsands'

We must stop Trudeau’s attack on Alberta’s economy: Kenney
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‘Unlike the NDP, the United Conservatives understand that we face a hostile Trudeau Liberal government in Ottawa that has pledged to “phase out” the oilsands’

No-go zones around abortion clinics are unconstitutional

Free societies don’t dictate the correct answers to difficult questions, nor protect people from discomfort over their choices

No-go zones around abortion clinics are unconstitutional
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Free societies don’t dictate the correct answers to difficult questions, nor protect people from discomfort over their choices

Children are threatened when secrets are kept from parents

Alberta’s Bill 24 ignores the fact that predators thrive in an environment where secrets are kept from parents

Children are threatened when secrets are kept from parents
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Alberta’s Bill 24 ignores the fact that predators thrive in an environment where secrets are kept from parents

No ray of sunshine in Alberta’s fiscal forecast

Rachel Notley seems intent on duplicating the deep-diving debt performance of former Ontario NDP leader Bob Rae

No ray of sunshine in Alberta’s fiscal forecast
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Rachel Notley seems intent on duplicating the deep-diving debt performance of former Ontario NDP leader Bob Rae

Alberta buys another ticket on the resource revenue roller-coaster

Despite promises to end the reliance on resource royalties, Rachel Notley's government keeps piling up the debt and looking to the same revenue source

Alberta buys another ticket on the resource revenue roller-coaster
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Despite promises to end the reliance on resource royalties, Rachel Notley’s government keeps piling up the debt and looking to the same revenue source

Alberta’s fiscal fiasco threat to future generations of Albertans

Despite an improving economy, the provincial government still projects $9.1-billion deficit

Alberta’s fiscal fiasco threat to future generations of Albertans
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Despite an improving economy, the provincial government still projects $9.1-billion deficit

Population growth slows in Calgary, Edmonton

‘The population growth … in Alberta has been lower since 2013-2014, coinciding with the commodities downturn that began in 2014,’ says StatsCan

Population growth slows in Calgary, Edmonton
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‘The population growth … in Alberta has been lower since 2013-2014, coinciding with the commodities downturn that began in 2014,’ says StatsCan

How do we close the widening gap between Alberta and B.C.?

Part 1: The wine versus oil showdown in the West has exposed some fundamental differences – but it's nothing other generations haven't seen

How do we close the widening gap between Alberta and B.C.?
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Part 1: The wine versus oil showdown in the West has exposed some fundamental differences – but it’s nothing other generations haven’t seen

The Alberta disadvantage: tax rates drive away investors

Unfortunately, to bolster Alberta’s tax competitiveness will require meaningful action to repair the province’s once sterling finances

The Alberta disadvantage: tax rates drive away investors
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Unfortunately, to bolster Alberta’s tax competitiveness will require meaningful action to repair the province’s once sterling finances

Ripples from ’60s Indigenous children Scoop continue

If governments hadn’t protected Indigenous children, they would have faced lawsuits for failure to honour their commitments to those children

Ripples from ’60s Indigenous children Scoop continue
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