Pride goeth before destruction: Tory leadership candidate Ric McIver’s already slim chances fall into a burnin’ Lake of Fire

He fell into a burnin’ Lake of Fire He went down, down, down and the flames went higher! And it burns, burns, burns … the Lake of Fire… The Lake of

Rachel Notley makes Alberta NDP leadership bid official with Calgary and Edmonton announcements

No surprise, then, as predicted yesterday, Edmonton-Strathcona MLA Rachel Notley made her entry into the Alberta New Democratic party leadership race official yesterday morning in Calgary. If anyone had

Rachel Notley will either enter the Alberta NDP leadership race today or hold the strangest news conference ever

Good morning, everyone. Although you may not have realized it yet, today is one of the most interesting days of the year in Alberta politics. That is because, later

Waitin’ for the end of the world … Hear, O Ontario! Mr. Manning will be with you momentarily

“Thine own wickedness shall correct thee, and thy backslidings shall reprove thee: know therefore and see that it is an evil thing and bitter, that thou hast forsaken

Ontario election: OK, that didn’t really work … can we get back to being New Democrats now?

Well! That didn’t work out quite as well as we’d hoped, did it? Can we get back to being New Democrats now? I speak, of course, of the results

Opposition attack on Tory leadership frontrunner Jim Prentice a measure of how deeply Alison Redford wounded her party

If you’re looking for a yardstick with which to measure the truly spectacular failure of the short, unhappy reign of Alison Redford over Alberta, just consider the last

Wildrose Party remains far in the lead despite entry of Jim Prentice to Progressive Conservative leadership race, new poll says

The latest version of a regular Alberta poll, which was conducted in late May, shows the Wildrose Party far in the lead with 41 per cent of committed

Newsprint ‘wraps’ – not good for fish and, as it turns out, not much good for newspapers either

Now that nobody sells fried fish wrapped in yesterday’s edition of the local daily any more, presumably for fear the ink will leak through into your liver, the

The NFA is right about one thing: it’s time to talk about guns and mental health

Enough time has passed since the shocking murders of three Royal Canadian Mounted Police officers in Moncton, N.B., for Canadians to start to ponder the serious issues raised

Be there or be square: When pride goes mainstream, is just being there enough?

When chartered banks and dog-rescue societies have floats in a local Pride Parade, you’ve got to know that more than just the parade has gone mainstream. They prove it

Enough petulant propaganda, please: the hammer of D-Day crushed Hitler on the anvil of Russia

It’s been 70 years today since our magnificent Canadian soldiers went ashore at Juno Beach in Normandy to play their part the grim and deadly task of sweeping

Ric McIver needs to explain his longstanding connections to the ‘Progressive Group for Independent Business’ and its beliefs

Up to now, Progressive Conservative leadership candidate Ric McIver has quite successfully flown under the radar about his ideological beliefs. Indeed, very little has been written about what makes