It’s time to commemorate Winston Churchill in Calgary

Churchill’s leadership contributed to a freer, more flourishing world

It’s time to commemorate Winston Churchill in CalgaryA statue of famed wartime leader Sir Winston Churchill will soon grace downtown Calgary, a gift from The Sir Winston Churchill Society of Calgary. In partnership with the province, the Churchill statue will be unveiled next spring on the south lawn of McDougall Centre, the provincial government’s southern Alberta home base. It will join another…

Calgary’s Mayor is author of her own unpopularity

Jyoti Gondek's unpopularity lies in her unwillingness to adhere to fundamental political wisdom

Calgary’s Mayor is author of her own unpopularityRecent ThinkHQ opinion polling shows Calgary Mayor Jyoti Gondek to be very unpopular. It is unusual to see such unpopularity so early for a new Calgary mayor, observers say. Why is she so unpopular? Gondek’s unpopularity is not only the result of troubled times and voter crankiness, as the mayor tried to explain – which…

Dovetail Project’s Scott Crews is on the hot seat

Specialties include commercial interiors, new building design builds, financial interiors, commercial exterior renovations

Scott Crews, President of Dovetail Project, gets on the hot seat and answers some rapid-fire questions! How did he do? Comment below! OUR HOST Bruno Lindia has been referred to as the “Professional People” expert. He has interviewed over 150,000 professionals from all walks of life. As a syndicated host since 2018, Bruno produces a…

The Flames arena’s demise good for Calgary taxpayers

Unfortunately, city council is not willing to give up on a deal just yet

The Flames arena’s demise good for Calgary taxpayersTaxpayers may have dodged a bullet. Calgary’s arena deal has fallen through. While Mayor Jyoti Gondek laments the loss, taxpayers should be relieved since it was a bad deal and the only winners were rich hockey team owners. As beloved as the Calgary Flames are, they are not a charity. According to Forbes, the team…

Calgary mayor already straying off course

Declaring an environmental emergency without debate is manipulatively undemocratic

Calgary mayor already straying off courseCalgary recently swore in its first female mayor, Jyoti Gondek, and she has already delivered a troubling message. A week earlier, less than 24 hours after winning the mayoral race, she gave her first post-election talk-radio interview to 630 CHED’s Ryan Jespersen, mostly involving a series of softball questions. He asked her the obligatory woke…

Pastor sees the worst of communism rearing its head in Canada

Pastor Artur Pawlowski sees another government intruding on societal institutions

Pastor sees the worst of communism rearing its head in CanadaWhen Artur Pawlowski came to Canada in 1995, he didn’t think it would turn out as it has. The pastor of Calgary’s Street Church Ministries, famous for his confrontations with police, says Canada looks too much like the communist Poland he grew up in. “I grew up seeing police and authorities destroying my country, not…

‘Car choir’ puts an inventive spin on live concerts during pandemic

U of A choral director conducts live performances in a parking lot, with singers performing from the safety of their cars

In a year when in-person concerts have been next to impossible, U of A choral director Tim Shantz has found a way for the university’s Madrigal Singers to perform live before an audience. And it doesn’t involve Zoom. Gathered in a parking lot, the members of his choir sing into microphones from their cars – all safely contained in…

Alberta’s rising crime rate begs more policing, not less

'Defund the police’ movement does nothing to address the root causes of criminality

Alberta’s rising crime rate begs more policing, not lessThe year is not yet over, and Calgary has already recorded more than 26 homicides, after 20 in 2019. Edmonton has witnessed a 90 per cent spike in assaults with weapons or causing bodily harm. Unbelievably, rather than tackling this escalating violence head-on, officials have joined a utopian crusade against police. Edmonton Mayor Don Iveson…

Alberta municipal gov’t labour costs out of touch with reality

Alberta municipal gov’t labour costs out of touch with realityStruggling families and businesses can’t afford to pay big property tax bills to fund bloated municipal governments. Alberta municipalities need to reduce that burden by addressing the cost elephant in the room: labour. For many Albertans working outside of government, the last five years have been nothing short of a nightmare full of job losses,…
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