Charles Adler believes we should speak clearly. However, he said nothing about speaking accurately, a quality not always compatible with political propaganda.
A new approach: “We can work together. We can disagree without being disagreeable. Today, our political and party system cries out for renewal. We can listen to each other and build on […]
Andrew Nikiforuk wrote advice for Albertans in his recent article Eight Steps to Reform the Broken Petrostate: Behave like an owner: Alberta’s oil and gas resources belong to Albertans. The Tories’ “strip […]
Following the passing of Alberta’s Conservative party, Macleans writer Colby Cosh described a drawn-out illness that made the result inevitable. Followers of British Columbia politics will recognize symptoms also found west of […]
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Alberta Conservative Leader Jim Prentice & NDP Leader Rachel Notley From Malcolm Mayes, Edmonton Journal: