The chair of a taxpayer-funded panel reviewing Alberta’s COVID-19 response is urging the federal Conservatives to weaponize his findings in the next election against Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s governing coalition.
Is it time for the Alberta NDP to change its name? That's what one former MLA is asking, and it has people talking. But does that conversation miss the political forest for the trees — and avoid the real matter at hand?
The Liberals are collapsing in the polls, but the NDP's numbers haven't budged. Why their refusal to speak the language of jobs and the economy is holding them back, and what they can do to close the gap?
Alberta’s premier fired the starter’s pistol on Thursday for a provincewide consultation on whether to quit the Canada Pension Plan while releasing a report that estimates the province deserves more than half CPP's assets.
In the face of the climate emergency and the imperative to give workers and communities confidence as we rapidly transition the economy, the bill is fundamentally incongruent with the task at hand, and ultimately of little consequence as drafted.
Danielle Smith's electoral victory in Alberta could spell the beginnings of a renewed confrontation between her province and Ottawa over climate policy — and create fodder for future attacks against the federal Tories, political observers say.
The Alberta NDP's lack of a coherent economic message and its decision to announce a corporate tax hike mid-campaign cost it key votes in Calgary — and the election. Can the party learn from its mistakes and close the deal next time? asks columnist Max Fawcett.