Redford Government resorts to bush-league law breaking as talks with civil servants hit another impasse

Bargaining with the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees at an impasse again, so the government of Premier Alison Redford has had the bright idea of breaking

Revelation CAPP paid Mansbridge, defender of Murphy’s speaking fees, brings simmering controversy back to boil

There he is, not quite as large as life and rather blurry, but nevertheless front and centre on the Facebook page of the Rather, it’s Peter Mansbridge, chief

Shocker: Canadian Taxpayers Federation suffers 17-per-cent membership slump!

In a stunning development, membership in the The self-described “citizen advocacy” group had been allowing itself to be portrayed by its many friends in media as an organization

Women hit by Redford Government’s pension cuts entitled to ask: ‘What are we? Chopped liver?’

Finance Minister Doug Horner attempted to skate gracefully around Alberta’s furious public employees with some clever PR tactics yesterday when he publicly dictated the pension cuts he says

Advice to Canadian politicians and media: Proceed with caution on your support for Ukraine’s rebels

You can bet money that when trouble is brewing abroad things are always far more complicated than local enthusiasts for one side or the other make them out

Future bleak for Brent Rathgeber’s CBC disclosure bill; perhaps less so for Rex Murphy’s commentaries

ST. ALBERT, Alberta MP Brent Rathgeber’s private member’s bill, the CBC and Public Service Disclosure and Transparency Act, is scheduled to be back before the denizens of the House

The Airline Ticketgate saga continued… Alberta’s Redford Tories, forever young, now have Young forever

After yesterday, it looks as if Alberta Premier Alison Redford’s government can now adopt a new motto: “Forever Young.” Or maybe that should actually be, “Young Forever…” And you

Olympic Hockey: It’ll take Grit to overcome Sisu – are Tories patriotic enough to let it happen?

To heck with politics! Let’s talk hockey, a subject on which our physically unimposing prime minister is nevertheless supposedly an expert, which gives Alberta Diary all the political

Time to change Alberta Labour Minister’s dual role, and maybe more, to ensure fair and equitable labour relations

Can Thomas Lukaszuk properly fulfill his dual roles as Alberta’s Minister of Labour and chair of the all-but-secret Public Sector Resource Committee of Premier Alison Redford’s cabinet? Still, layperson

Remembering Sue Higgins, Calgary alderman: a fiscal conservative, sure, but the real McCoy, not just some ideologue

When I heard on the car radio yesterday afternoon that Sue Higgins had died, the first thing I thought of was that green pantsuit. Calgary’s elected municipal representatives were

Will Alison Redford fire Thomas Lukaszuk? She needs to, but don’t count on it happening!

In any normal business, Alberta Labour Minister Thomas Lukaszuk would be finished. After the There’s no question Mr. Lukaszuk – first as deputy premier, then after his demotion to

Valentine’s Day injunction all but massacres Redford Government’s credibility in fight with Alberta Union of Provincial Employees

Mr. Justice Denny Thomas of the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench did not merely accept the arguments of the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees when he slapped an