Procrastination is a bad word when it comes to anyone who is supposed to be working hard, smartly and effectively.
The Government of Alberta is procrastination in action... errr ... in-action.

Wednesday, 05 September 2012 15:38

An open letter to Alta. Agricultural producers

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In 2004, after first being elected to the Alberta Legislature, I was shocked to learn that agriculture was the only industry exempt from occupational health and safety laws, mandatory workers compensation, and child labour standards.

Wednesday, 05 September 2012 15:34

Wildrose missing in action on southern Alberta issues

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ABP for missing leader, Alberta opposition: Danielle ... Danielle Smith ... where are youuuu?

Thursday, 30 August 2012 10:53

Labourous strain put on workers: enjoy Sept. 3

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The Labour Day weekend marks the unofficial end to summer.  It’s generally the last day where people have an opportunity to enjoy a mandated three-day weekend with their children before they go to school and where there’s (cross our fingers) warm weather. Perhaps it’s a time to catch up on yard work or sleep.

While the party now bills itself as being in the politics of hope, the eight founding members of the Saskatchewan Party had little else but hope to hold on to when they decided to create a new political party on Aug. 8, 1997.

The Saskatchewan Federal Electoral Boundary Commission has released a new draft proposal of the 14 electoral districts.

Wednesday, 08 August 2012 11:20

Scrap proposed labour law changes

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I am writing this letter to address my concern over the Saskatchewan Government’s proposed amendments to our current labour legislation.

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