The “Just Transition” legislation that Justin Trudeau and Jagmeet Singh want to introduce represents terrible news for hydrocarbon energy producers […]
In mid September (2022), Premier Jason Kenney openly disagreed with UCP leadership hopeful Danielle Smith over Smith’s proposed Alberta Sovereignty […]
In the midst of a perfect triad of storms, Alberta should combat the COVID-19 pandemic as though there were no attempts to choke Alberta’s oil industry, and it must combat the attempts to choke Alberta’s oil industry as though there was no COVID-19.
Regressive and oppressive Iranian Shiite mullahs have proven to be more reasonable business counterparts than former World Wildlife Fund apparatchiks in Ottawa, populist nationalists in Quebec City, and the rigid eco-zealous alliance of Greens and New Democrats in Victoria. This is Alberta’s problem!
Whether one endorses or opposes the option of an independent Alberta, Albertans would do well to consider the option carefully.
The current problem isn’t that Alberta and Saskatchewan are landlocked per se. Many territories in the world – independent states and sub-national states – are landlocked but are very prosperous without the obstructing actions of their neighbours.