The sad state of public policy thinking is on display in
The craving of our public figures to be seen taking advice
from a 16-year-old girl is astounding and distressing.
If Canadians forgive the many sins of Trudeau the Second, then we deserve the government that they choose.
I hope that the Calgary Regional Planning Board dies a quick and cost-saving death.
Five months, 150 days after assuming power, the Alberta NDP through the Minister of Municipal Affairs announced a comprehensive plan for regional planning in Alberta. The dipper caucus, with no prior experience in government and no announced policy position on regional planning, were somehow able to formulate a policy and strategic plan for regional planning for the Calgary Region. A plan that imposed itself on the municipal governments of Calgary and surrounding towns and hamlets.
There is a billboard outside the National Art Gallery in Ottawa. At the entrance, the billboard advertises an exhibit entitled Anthropocene, the Age of Human Influence. The advertisement declares that “Mankind has affected the earth more than all the processes of nature.”
Governments that impose carbon taxes are now heavily incented to increase their revenues thereby allowing, encouraging, or at best permitting increases in carbon production.
This letter is to anyone thinking of voting for Greg Clark in the next election.
I was dismayed to find out from a very good friend, that he was going to vote for Greg Clark.
The Calgary Police Service Communications Group deserves a huge shout out for audacity. They released a press release saying that they needed more officers. They gave us the obvious reason an apparent rise in violent crimes and break-ins. Now I…
An old law professor of mine said you can’t suck and blow at the same time. Turns out you can. The councillors that so strenuously object to Uber have many arguments that, on their face, sound compelling. People do not…
Ted shines in this article. We have the principal benefit from Mr. Lougheed’s reign, lets use the damn thing – the “notwithstanding clause” – and get the public service under control. So now is the time for Alberta to use…