Alberta Politics: While Jason Kenney promises the best summer ever, it’s hard to shake the feeling of apocalyptic foreboding this Canada Day

ST. ALBERT, ALBERTA – It’s Canada Day. The pickup trucks with their maple leaf flags may or may not be screeching around Edmonton’s Whyte Avenue tonight, laying rubber in celebration of the provincial government’s edict the masks must come off, Delta variant or not. The Youville Residential School in St.

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Cowichan Conversations: Canada Action advocates for the oil and gas industry by arguing the sector is critical to Canada’s economy and prosperity.

Originally published by the Narwhal. Canada Action The Narwhal Canada Action — Background and Information Canada Action is a Canadian federally-registered non-profit organization launched in 2012 that advances pro-oil and gas industry sentiments Read more… The post Canada Action advocates for the oil and gas industry by arguing the sector

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Alberta Politics: Never mind the evidence, Jason Kenney insists he never called for a niqab ban in his Ottawa days

“I’ve always said that Canada is a country that protects and respects religious freedom and pluralism, and the government has no business regulating what people wear…” — Jason Kenney, yesterday. “Whaaat?” — Everybody else, also yesterday.  Former prime minister Stephen Harper (Photo: Office of the Prime Minister). Is Jason Kenney’s

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Alberta Politics: Worst news conference ever? Jason Kenney apologizes for Sky Palace patio party, touts silly equalization referendum

The rebellion that now has United Conservative Party Premier Jason Kenney looking as if his career is on the ropes is strongly reminiscent of the circumstances that brought Progressive Conservative Party premier Alison Redford’s political career to an end in 2014. Ironically, both feature the “Sky Palace” as a powerful

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