Big by-election in Fort McMurray? Never mind that! As goes Macleod, so goes Alberta…

If the good people of Fort McMurray climb out of bed this morning and decide to elect a Liberal to represent them in Parliament, there will be shock,

On the centenary of Gavrilo Princip’s fateful shot in Sarajevo, let’s learn the right lessons from history

Today is the centenary of the day Gavrilo Princip took his little Belgian pistol to Sarajevo and blew the heir presumptive to the throne of the Austro-Hungarian empire

Maybe it’s time to state the obvious: promises aren’t enough for Alberta Tories to win back any progressive votes

Perhaps it’s time to just come right out and state the obvious: If Tory leadership front-runner Jim Prentice wants even a few of Alberta’s badly burned progressive voters

Front-running PC leadership candidate Jim Prentice may have just set benchmark for party vote in September

Looking tired and uncharacteristically slightly rumpled, Progressive Conservative leadership front-runner Jim Prentice pleaded with supporters at his new Edmonton campaign headquarters Tuesday evening to help him sell 100,000

The boss has gone crazy! He’s giving away new uniforms! And at only $4.5 million, they’re practically free!

After checking the date to make sure it wasn’t still April 1, many Canadians must have wondered if the Harper Government had completely taken leave of

Controversial Central Alberta MLA Joe Anglin faces a serious challenge within his own Wildrose Party ranks

After a single term in office, controversial Wildrose MLA Mr. Anglin has appealed to the party to disallow the candidacy of Jason Nixon, an accountant in the west-central

Progressive Conservative leadership candidates take aim at federal bogeyman, demand Alberta’s own immigration policy

Never mind Alberta’s Lake of Fire! Is that an Alberta Firewall I hear being erected? The three Progressive Conservative Party leadership candidates met in in the northwestern oilpatch supply

Summer solstice, 2014: seconds before sunset

Three reasons why Ottawa’s Temporary Foreign Workers Program ‘reforms’ likely mean little

Canadians are within their rights to be highly skeptical of the long list of changes to the Harper Government’s Temporary Foreign Workers Program announced yesterday by Employment Minister

The only hope for Alberta’s Tories now may be a call to Ghostbusters, or an exorcist!

Alberta’s Progressive Conservative Party is looking for a new leader, but what it may actually need is an exorcism, or at least the services of a good ghostbuster. Several

With floodwaters rising again, will Sun News Network renew its hysterical ‘gun grab’ attacks on the Royal Canadian Mounted Police?

Rain is falling and floodwaters are rising again in Southern Alberta. A year less a day since catastrophic floods hit the nearby town of High River, population 13,000, local

Red in Central Canada, blue in Ottawa an immutable rule that favours Harper’s Tories? Don’t bet on it!

It’s certainly true that the Ontario Liberals are going to miss Progressive Conservative Party Leader Tim Hudak. He was a gift that kept on giving. But their federal cousins,