"Alberta's independence movement is not a fad. It is about necessity. With little input into the federal deficit-creating decisions, you can bet your bottom dollar that...
Rick Strankman writes that a subtle authoritarianism has corroded most political parties in Canada.
Rick Strankman writes that MLAs should be allowed to debate Alberta's place in confederation.
Rick Strankman writes from his experience being whipped to vote as party bosses told him to.
"In one sentence, Drew Barnes said more than the entire legislature – including his own party’s caucus."
Canada’s party-centric parliaments plays a cornerstone role in preserving the second-class status of Alberta and Saskatchewan in confederation.
Systemic bullying and deplatforming has become the norm in many forms of media that herd opinions into a tight pen like cattle at a stockyard.
Albertans will soon have an opportunity to figure out what kind of a future we want: a dependent one, or a free one.
This new Wildrose doesn’t appear content to merely reform Alberta, but to radically alter its relationship with Ottawa.