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Get involved, get engaged in city budget discussions

Get involved, get engaged in city budget discussions

It is that wonderful time of year again when all the dreaming and planning, visioning and reflecting happens.
The Kamikaze Kids go free

The Kamikaze Kids go free

“Public confidence in electoral process is key to democracy.” – Prof. Lisa Young, University of Calgary
When in St. Albert, do as the Romans do

When in St. Albert, do as the Romans do

Augustus Caesar ruled the Roman Empire for approximately 40 years, from 27 B.C. to 14 A.D. During that time, he doubled the size of the Empire, such that it eventually stretched from Great Britain to almost India.
Dangerous times

Dangerous times

Conservative. This might sound more than a little daft considering the recent federal election results but I’ve never truly believed that Alberta was, at its very heart, such a conservative province.
The education of Pops

The education of Pops

Time for Alberta to pull out of transfer payments

Time for Alberta to pull out of transfer payments

The McInnis Cement plant in the Gaspe region of Quebec should serve as a great example of why transfer payments, in Canada, do not work.
A time to grieve – and show our appreciation

A time to grieve – and show our appreciation

Continuing to vote Conservative is Alberta’s problem

Continuing to vote Conservative is Alberta’s problem

They say the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. And yet, Albertans continue to vote Conservative year after year, expecting their needs will be addressed.
Approaching chaos with enthusiasm

Approaching chaos with enthusiasm

Time for a national conversation about how to move forward

Time for a national conversation about how to move forward