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Editorials

Divided they stand, united they fall: The UCP, George Orwell, Axl Rose and the Partridge Family

Posted on 23 November 2021

It was quite the Nov. 19-21 weekend for 1,600 ultra gleeful, almost stepford-like delegates of the United Conservative Party’s annual convention at an apropos location… Read More »

Frat house party time is over as (not) UCP need new head frat house leader

Posted on 10 November 2021

There is a lot of action behind the scenes within the Alberta government.  Gone are the days when the biggest controversies were six old boys… Read More »

The Artemis Accords: man’s contract forward for commerce in space

Posted on 8 November 2021

Are there big doings in space? Just how ahead are we technologically unbeknownst to the public? Introducing the 1 year old Artemis Accords https://www.nasa.gov/specials/artemis-accords/index.html, one… Read More »

Patzer: It’s time we talk about medical privacy

Posted on 21 October 2021

With the growing push for vaccine mandates across all realms of society, the latest of which comes from the federal government for federally regulated work… Read More »

Doing the right thing overrides the ‘pleasure principle’

Posted on 22 September 2021

When ordinary members of the public hear the quote, "when trials come, things that are important, become really clear," a variety of thoughts of family,… Read More »

Protesting in front of hospitals the epitome of narcissism

Posted on 7 September 2021

The videos of the people recorded Sept. 1 were passionate about Covid-19 vaccines. They spoke with raw emotion. There was sadness, rage and deep concern… Read More »

Hiding behind social media: the medium is the message for modern politicians

Posted on 7 September 2021

Sitting in his office and his saddle bronco rodeo statue in plain view, Jason Kenney addressed Albertans on his Facebook page. What, didn't know about it?… Read More »

New docuseries takes “deep” dive into the UFO File

Posted on 1 September 2021

With President Trump's anticipated return to the spotlight, another program is about to make as much of an appearance as him. The long-kept secret of… Read More »

Is it passing the buck to help pass the buck?

Posted on 1 September 2021

The Government of Saskatchewan decided it was up to the Canadian Football Leagiue's Saskatchewan Roughriders to mandate whether or not fans would be required to… Read More »

Coal Policy Committee wants to hear from as many people as possible

Posted on 24 August 2021

Over the last few months, it's been made clear to the Coal Policy Committee that the topic of coal development is important for Albertans, who… Read More »

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