Alberta Politics: So! It really was the anti-greenwashing provision in Ottawa’s Bill C-59 that pushed the UCP into shutting down the War Room

It’s official now: Calgary Herald political columnist Don Braid has breathlessly reported, to paraphrase the headline on the column he posted yesterday, that it was the threat of federal fines that pushed the Alberta Energy War Room into the government fold. Alberta Premier Danielle Smith (Photo: Alberta Newsroom/Flickr). The subhead

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IN-SIGHTS: Build—maintain—lose

The possibility of Corus Entertainment Inc. disappearing may astound people. However, there is a common pattern following intergenerational transfers of business interests. Reuter’s Chris Taylor reported: 70 percent of wealthy families lose their wealth by the second generation, and a stunning 90 percent by the third…

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Warren Kinsella: My latest: Hamas U.

Their heroes take hostages. So, now, they’re doing likewise. Right now, today, that’s what us happening at California State University in Los Angeles: a pro-Hamas gang – after illegally occupying university property for weeks – have taken hostages. As I write this, somewhere between 50 and 100 “protestors” have blocked

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Northern Reflections: Another Departure

Some long-time politicians have simply had enough. The latest departure is Shannon Phillips. Max Fawcett writes: At some point, even for the toughest of cookies, enough is enough. After years of enduring threats, harassment, and even an illegal surveillance campaign by local police officers — one that never resulted in

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