"Shaking our fists, going to court, and promises of greater autonomy someday, are no longer enough."
The Western Standard revealed yesterday a Freedom of Information request for all communications came back with 138 redacted pages.
The Alberta government has withheld most of the documents requested for release from the Fair Deal Panel report.
Drew Barnes writes that an independent Alberta would have more tools to fight its landlocked status than a provincial Alberta.
Drew Barnes writes that Alberta should immediately begin the process of creating its own police force.
Michael Wagner writes that Ted Byfield understood 20 years ago that nothing would change without a credible threat of independence.
"Without transferring a net $20 billion a year to Ottawa, we would retain the freedom to either increase our own spending ... or to drastically cut...
Eastern governments - unwilling to alter the status quo - will rightly ask us, "what are you going to do about it?"
A reader says that the premier and panel is wrong to take independence off the table.
If Albertans were expecting their government to do battle with Ottawa, well, they got dressed up for nothing.