Is there any benefit for Albertans in a criminal prosecution of Alison Redford? Not really

Will Alberta benefit from a police investigation of Alison Redford’s use of the government’s small fleet of passenger aircraft? Not really. For all the ethical murkiness of the behaviour exhibited

Flights of folly: Air Redford’s airborne ghost riders will be the death of Alberta’s Tories

Those ghost riders on Alison Redford’s government flights aren’t going to go away. They will be the death of the party she led to government in 2012. As Tattoo

So much for ‘leading by example’ – Alberta Tories’ 3-year pay freeze for top civil service executives melts like ice cream on a hot day

Senior Alberta government managers had to be rejoicing yesterday – and presumably resolving to update their lapsed memberships in the Alberta Progressive Conservative Party. Leastways, word leaked out yesterday

What the Fraser Institute’s numbers actually show, minus the spin: Alberta has a revenue problem, not a spending problem

If the Fraser Institute told the whole truth, or if the mainstream media did its job, here’s the what the first sentence of the “Alberta’s finances are in

A meditation on the parlous state of the prime ministerial belfry: is he batty, or what?

When I ponder our prime minister’s mental state nowadays, my mind spontaneously offers up a rude phrase about the things bats leave behind in belfries. Prime Minister Stephen Harper

You could drive one of those tar sands heavy haulers through the gaping holes in the latest Fraser Institute ‘study’ of Alberta’s finances

Alberta should adopt a sales tax, according to the latest press release from the Fraser Institute. But don’t worry, the latest piece of far-right puffery from the market-fundamentalist “think

Anti-gay pastor, denied by Ric McIver, endorses the PC leadership candidate anyway for his ‘traditional Alberta values’

The Calgary pastor who believes gays aren’t merely being duped by Satan, but are practically on the demonic payroll, endorsed Tory leadership candidate Ric McIver yesterday. Never mind that

Tory candidate Ric McIver to voters: No to green light speed enforcement; yes to booze sales at 4 a.m.; maybe to chain gangs

Well, no one can say that Ric McIver hasn’t set himself apart from the other two candidates for the Alberta Progressive Conservative Party leadership. While frontrunner Jim Prentice and

Russia must be stopped! And Peter Goldring’s just the man to do it! We’ll fight to the last Frenchman and German!

Whenever you think it’s safe to start ridiculing Toronto Mayor Rob Ford again, Peter Goldring opens his mouth, proving that this province remains Canada’s Home Sweet Alabamberta of

Canada’s anti-union lobby is at the heart of the deceptive campaign for more Temporary Foreign Workers – why’s that, d’ya think?

Judging from what they read and hear in the news, Canadians can be forgiven for concluding a large number of organizations representing a broad range of opinions are

Tories shut down any possibility leadership candidate Thomas Lukaszuk will get to shine

While Thomas Lukaszuk’s chances of succeeding in the race to become leader of the Alberta Progressive Conservative Party always seemed like a long shot, one has to feel

The most important Duffy trial must be held in the court of public opinion

How could the handoff of a $90,000 cheque to Senator Mike Duffy by the prime minister’s chief of staff not be worthy of Wherever the trial of Mr.