If you can’t trust Postmedia when it reports on oil and the environment, when can you trust it?

Industry self-regulation doesn’t work and never will for a simple reason: He who pays the piper calls the tune. Companies that tell fibs to their customers don’t like being

Could Ric McIver still win the Alberta Tory leadership race? Actually, yes, he could!

CALGARY Could Ric McIver actually win the Alberta Progressive Conservative leadership race? Or, to put that another way, could Jim Prentice lose? What’s more, he’s But if he astonished everyone by

Climate change divestment movement gains ground in church – but not in Canadian media or political circles

CALGARY When retired South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu visited Alberta’s Tarpatch capital of Fort McMurray last month and About the kindest thing said about the retired Anglican churchman by

Once a Tory leadership front-runner, Gary Mar reaches out from Asia to haunt Alberta’s Progressive Conservatives

Advice to Jim Prentice: If, in some future pre-election leaders’ debate someone asks you about Gary Mar’s 2013 compensation package, don’t say: “I had no option.” In fact, that

‘Targeted exemptions’ for TFWs – Tory fund-raising tool, a backyard maquiladora in every neighbourhood, or both?

ST. ALBERT, Alberta Unemployment From the perspective of Prime Minister Stephen Harper, this is a serious problem. Too many Canadians remain unpersuaded by the hysterical campaign cranked up by

The horror! The horror! Brent Rathgeber and the St. Albert Chamber of Commerce on the nightmare of too few TFWs

St. ALBERT, Alberta I have a challenge for Edmonton-St. Albert Member of Parliament Brent Rathgeber, the St. Albert Chamber of Commerce and all the other hysterics wailing about the

Whatever the ‘Canadian Taxpayers Federation’ is, it’s certainly not a ‘tax watchdog’ – let’s stop calling it one!

While the Canadian Taxpayers Federation claims to be a “tax watchdog” that opposes waste and advocates transparency in government, evidence suggests its principal purposes are to provide partisan

Wild Rose Country no more? What are we gonna call this place if the Alberta Party starts soaring in the polls?

So here’s my question: If it were the Alberta Party instead of the Wildrose Party breathing down the necks of Alberta’s Progressive Conservatives, would they change the name

Alberta Tory MLA arrested in U.S. prostitution sting? Not a problem, apparently…

Say what you like about the many flaws of former Alberta premier Alison Redford, she never would have let Mike Allen back into the Progressive Conservative caucus, not

Wildrose ‘fires’ MLA Joe Anglin, who continues to sit as Wildrose MLA … for now

The Wildrose Party has fired rabble-rousing MLA Joe Anglin. That’s how Mr. Anglin said he’d view it, anyway, if the party’s local members nominated another candidate in his rural

Alberta Education Minister Jeff Johnson’s War on Teachers signals division within Tory Party, not conspiracy

Anti-teacher sentiment runs deep nowadays in Alberta conservative circles. Education Minister Jeff Johnson’s war with the Alberta Teachers Association over how its members ought to be disciplined on those

A question for Premier Dave Hancock: Who will rid Alberta’s Tories of their turbulent Education Minister?

Now that But back in the days when Alison Redford was premier and the Progressive Conservative government was in a state of open warfare with all manner of