This is the fifth consecutive year that Alberta public servants received raises – cumulatively amounting to $245 million.
“If we can’t speak up for the people, then why are we in government?” Glen Carritt said.
In an op-ed announcing her departure, Smith cites a growing readiness for people to abandon their freedoms and a culture of political correctness as some of the reasons behind her decision.
An Alberta mother and her son who suffer from medical issues were told by Canyon Ski Resort that their physician-ordered mask exemption notes could not be accepted.
The Little Tavern Pizza Project in Calgary was shut down by Alberta Health Services when a health inspector walked in on the restaurant serving laid-off employees, according to the restaurant’s manager Keith Luce.
The study from the University of Calgary, the University of Toronto and Stanford University found that emissions from the oil sands are 14-35% lower than estimates from a 2018 report, which claimed that Canadian oil was more carbon-intensive than most.
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney and True North’s Andrew Lawton sat down in Edmonton for a year-end interview looking back at 2020 and ahead to 2021.
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says he’s the only leader of government in Canada to keep a focus on rights and freedoms while responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. In a year-end interview with True North’s Andrew Lawton, Kenney lauded Alberta’s pandemic response, which views shutting down businesses as a “last resort” rather than a panacea. “I’ve been […]
Throughout 2020, residents of Alberta and Saskatchewan have faced significant economic hardship because of the coronavirus pandemic and record low global oil prices.
Alberta NDP MLA Kathleen Ganley liked a post shaming Christians who want to attend church during the coronavirus pandemic.