Watching Question Period on CPAC has almost become a nightly routine for me.
Our first responders and emergency services personnel are local heroes.
The spring session of the Alberta Legislature wrapped up last week with little fanfare.
The saying “don’t go to the plumber for tax advice” should really become more common.
In Catholic schools, all of us are on a faith journey. Each of us is at a different stage of that journey, but we know that sacraments are crucial milestones along the path.
One of my biggest pet peeves, aside from people wearing socks with sandals (just wear runners), is people complaining about things they can fix, or not doing anything at all to change the outcome.
Over the past decade, Wildrose has become the beating heart of the conservative movement in Alberta.
Some weeks I can’t decide what to write about in my column space, so this week I’m going to channel the style of former Globe columnist Sylvia Gillespie, and touch on a few different topics.
Last week was Emergency Preparedness (EP) Week, when local, provincial and federal governments and organizations encouraged Canadians to get prepared for emergencies by putting together family emergency kits.
The president of the United States is very powerful. The so-called leader of the free world has a lot of influence and a great deal of leeway in deciding what to say and do. Donald Trump is exercising this freedom to the max.