ICYMI: News From Progress Alberta
Just a few months ago in August Jason Kenney condemned The Rebel's "alt-right editorial direction." Now his caucus members are already doing Rebel interviews again.
Edmonton's city council has been shaken up a bit by the recent municipal election -- and now it looks like pro-privatization advocates want to re-open this summer's debate about ETS.
Jason Kenney and his anti-LGBTQ2 backers pushed as hard as they could against the government's student privacy law Bill 24 -- but Albertans pushed back.
The disgusting #UniteTheRight white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia -- which culminated in the murder of Heather Heyer by car attack by an extreme-right white supremacist -- has left us asking what we can do here, from Alberta, to fight the spread of hate.
Methane is the Rodney Dangerfield of greenhouse gases. It gets no respect.
If you missed Desmond Cole's Stop Carding tour in Alberta, we've got a summary here -- including a full transcript of his powerful presentation in Lethbridge.
Political discourse is getting worse in Alberta and a certain Edmonton Member of Parliament is right in the thick of it.
After Press Progress broke the story that interim United Conservative Party leader Nathan Cooper was a spokesman for Canada Family Action, a radical conservative group opposed to LGBTQ rights, Edmonton-Griesbach MP Kerry Diotte went online to theaten us and call us a "Fake News outfit."
What are your rights when police stop you for identification on the street?
The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms states that everyone has a right against arbitrary detainment—but exercising that right when you are actually interacting with an officer can be challenging.
By Catherine Ford
It’s called “carding” by the public, “check-up slips” by the Calgary Police and “street intelligence reports” by the Lethbridge Police. And while those names might sound innocuous the practice is anything but.
Edmonton's city council meets on July 5 to debate their proposed transit strategy -- which includes possibly cutting service in low-ridership areas and replacing it with privatize transportation companies like Uber. Now's the time to reach out to your councillor and tell them to keep public transit public.