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Alberta Politics
Hi there from somewhere: AlbertaPolitics.ca is taking a few days off
Alberta Politics
AlbertaPolitics.ca is taking a few days off. We’ll be back soon with more analysis of Alberta’s political scene. Expect a return to our regular publishing schedule of daily commentary early
Confronting reality, Kenney Government puts off plans for referendums on grabbing CPP, creating provincial police force
Alberta Politics
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney has dropped his plans for referendums on taking over the Canada Pension Plan and replacing the RCMP with an easier-to-control provincial police force.  For now.  But
MLA Pat Rehn, cast into utter darkness by Jason Kenney last January, welcomed back to jittery UCP Caucus
Alberta Politics
On the morning of Jan. 14, a day after an Edmonton researcher revealed Lesser Slave Lake MLA Pat Rehn had spent almost all of April, May, June and July in
As Alberta opens for summer, hospital beds start to close – enjoy your flapjacks while they last!
Alberta Politics
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney and his cadre of new Cowtown cabinet ministers will be flipping pancakes and engaging in cowboy cosplay at a Stampede breakfast in Harley Hotchkiss Gardens in
Jason Kenney shuffles his cabinet – and criticizing the boss, or John A. Macdonald, will not be tolerated!
Alberta Politics
Premier Jason Kenney’s cabinet shuffle yesterday had very little to do with supporting Alberta’s economic recovery and renewal, despite what the government would have you believe. This is not to
Canadian Politics
The Annals of Justice: Manitoba Justice Minister asks the province’s Law Society to investigate all 10 ‘Justice Centre’ lawyers
Alberta Politics
Responding to the revelation last week that the founder and president of the so-called Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms hired a private eye to follow the chief justice of the
In hot water for hiring private eye to shadow judge, social conservative litigator John Carpay exits, stage right
Alberta Politics
“Verily I say unto thee, That this night, before the cock crow, thou shalt deny me …”* Cock-a-doodle do! As a matter of fact, that was almost exactly how long
What possessed a prominent social conservative lawyer to hire a private investigator to follow a judge around?
Alberta Politics
What were John Carpay and the so-called Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms he heads trying to achieve when they hired a private detective to snoop on the chief justice of
While Jason Kenney promises the best summer ever, it’s hard to shake the feeling of apocalyptic foreboding this Canada Day
Alberta Politics
ST. ALBERT, ALBERTA – It’s Canada Day. The pickup trucks with their maple leaf flags may or may not be screeching around Edmonton’s Whyte Avenue tonight, laying rubber in celebration
The appalling discovery in Kamloops is irrefutable evidence of a crime against humanity
Alberta Politics
The appalling discovery of the bodies of 215 Indigenous children hidden in unmarked graves at the site of the Residential School in Kamloops, B.C., is irrefutable evidence of a crime
Geopolitics
Why post-Brexit, post-Imperial Britain should build Yachty McYachtface, and build it now!
Alberta Politics
Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s big idea to spend hundreds of millions of pounds building a new royal yacht to serve as a floating trade show venue is an excellent project
Do we have a prime minister or a mouse? Canada doesn’t need U.S. permission to call China and bring the Two Michaels home
Alberta Politics
It appears China has thrown Canada an unexpected lifeline, offering us a chance to redeem our relationship with the world’s No. 2 economy and save the Two Michaels. Is Justin
Canada has only a few hours to play the only decent card it holds to free the Two Michaels – but that would take courage
Alberta Politics
News media reported yesterday China has announced the espionage trials of Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig will go ahead swiftly this week and next, leaving official Canada with only a
With the Taliban on the cusp of controlling Afghanistan once again, we owe it to our dead to ask, ‘Was it worth it?’
Alberta Politics
Yesterday morning, the New York Times reported the Taliban is on the cusp of total victory in Afghanistan.  The Times being the Times, of course, it didn’t put it quite
Notice to Canadian Conservatives: de-Trumpification is coming and it’s time to burn your MAGA caps!
Alberta Politics
Is the United States about to embark on a program of de-Trumpification? Less than a week ago, that seemed highly improbable. In the aftermath of the startling events of the
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