The Postmedia-Quebecor deal: Welcome to newspaper hell, where the lowest common denominator will prevail

If you want proof the Canadian newspaper business is on its last legs, look no further than yesterday’s announcement Postmedia Network Canada Corp. is about to Indeed, the

Remember where you heard it first: privatizing the Alberta government air fleet in haste was a lousy business decision

Alberta’s mainstream media seems to have discovered at last that selling off the government’s air fleet to expunge the embarrassment of Alison Redford’s premiership is not necessarily an

NDP leadership debate was amicable, but it ignored the elephant in the progressive political room

Listening to the Alberta NDP’s final leadership debate Thursday night in Edmonton, one could almost imagine there was total unanimity about everything among the province’s New Democrats. Indeed, there

NDP and Liberal candidates’ with similar appeal in Edmonton-Whitemud don’t make progressive voters’ job any easier

The reasons are perfectly clear and quite understandable, but it’s depressing nonetheless to see Alberta’s provincial Liberals and New Democrats fighting so bitterly for a few scraps from

Sun Media – not its squalid commentator Ezra Levant – is the problem

Ezra Levant is a squalid nuisance, barely worth contemplating. Sun Media is the problem. On Monday, Sun Media apologized for Mr. Levant’s repellent and sexually obsessive hysterics about Liberal Leader