ICYMI: News From Progress Alberta
Five provinces in Canada publicly subsidize private schools: British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Quebec.
My name is Christa Winsnes. I am a farmer who lives and works near Ryley, Alberta and I never thought I’d be writing a guest post for Progress Alberta. We don’t agree on much but people need to know what Jason Kenney has done to my small town.
The City of Edmonton is holding a public hearing on Jan. 24 to discuss Epcor's proposal to acquire $3.1 billion dollars worth of publicly owned drainage assets.
As promised we sent our Postmedia Petition to Lorne Motley, the vice president of editorial for western Canada for Postmedia.
The Alberta Electoral Boundaries Commission is starting its important work in just a few weeks.
Progressives need to celebrate their victories. Here's a story to put a smile on your face.
On my desktop I keep a folder named Batshit Conservative Stuff. I can't help but screencap stuff the wacky things I see on social media and put it in that folder.
Unsigned editorials are a quirky holdover from the history of newspapers.
Rick Bell of the Calgary Sun wrote a column on Friday, December 16 where Bell along with Brian Jean and Brad Wall construct a false narrative to smear Rachel Notley to advance their political objectives.
In Wildrose Party leader Brian Jean's year end interview with the CBC Jean mentions a potential re-brand of the Wildrose Party (which itself underwent a name change in 2011 when it dropped Alliance from its name).