It is getting increasingly difficult for the media and political classes to dismiss the independence movement any longer.
Navarro-Génie writes that Trudeau's vain and childish antics have cost Canada much of its international reputation.
Canada’s party-centric parliaments plays a cornerstone role in preserving the second-class status of Alberta and Saskatchewan in confederation.
Constitutions are more than legal documents. They are also symbols.
Guest columnist James Albers writes about the West's continued status as a colony of a former colony.
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.
The "my body, my choice" principle appears only to apply to abortions, and to nothing else, including our blood.
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.