I’m just going to come right out and say it: burning a jersey because you’re angry at a player or a team is the dumbest idea ever.
The June 7, 2018, election of Doug Ford as the Premier of Ontario signals that Alberta and Saskatchewan have another ally in the fight against the carbon tax.
I have two very significant numbers that speak volumes.
A by-election win for the Conservative Party of Canada in Quebec should signal a warning to the government in power.
Over the last few months I have met with hundreds of residents, police officers, municipal officials, and business owners across our riding about the crime problem in Red Deer – Lacombe.
Equality and inclusion shouldn’t be cards drawn to exclude groups based on stereotypes.
Recently, a few of my fellow council members and I attended the 2018 Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) Annual Conference and Tradeshow in Halifax.
Being a fan does not give you a licence to control every aspect of what you’re a fan of.
It is widely known that in a free-market society, the government should not interfere in the private sector. I guess someone forgot to mention this to the Liberals.
Changes might be needed within the House of Commons.