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Pronouncement carries whiff of illegitimacy

Posted on October 15, 2014

The province’s recent announcement of a modernization for St. Patrick’s Elementary School and W.R. Myers High School as part of a smorgasbord of infrastructure dollars… Read More »

South left without a cabinet voice

Posted on October 8, 2014

Southern Alberta is in a unique position politically. In Lethbridge, we have a pair of Progressive Conservative MLAs in Lethbridge West’s Greg Weadick and Lethbridge… Read More »

Franchise fees beg tough questions with taxes

Posted on October 1, 2014

For those of us that might not be well versed in the minutia of municipal revenue sources, it should come as little surprise that the… Read More »

Restricting message does not serve public

Posted on September 24, 2014

Carefully crafted statements are what we have come to expect from many levels of government. It is akin to a corporate communications department at a… Read More »

Bow River bid shows CPCs still don’t get it

Posted on September 17, 2014

There is always give and take between the media and politicians in playing the game of access. With media being banned from the CPC party… Read More »

Does business merger damage Canadian identity?

Posted on September 3, 2014

Hell has officially frozen over. Tim Hortons, a cherished piece of Canadiana, has been swallowed by a Burger King, a U.S. fast food goliath. Burger… Read More »

Council setting wrong tone for medical marijuana

Posted on August 28, 2014

On the surface, Taber council’s unanimous passing of Bylaw 9-2014 at their Aug. 18 meeting looks just like any of a dozen other bylaws passed… Read More »

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