New polling suggests that Alberta's political landscape may be undergoing a shift.
Things are different this time. Support for Alberta independence is no longer relegated to the fringe. It is a growing movement which is only a charismatic...
A large poll conducted exclusively for the Western Standard finds that between 45% and 48% of Albertans would vote for independence.
Many Westerners have a strong regional identity and therefore feel a closer bond with the West than with Canada as a whole.
Albertans want a country that works, but are excluded. Quebecers are indifferent to the country, but are placated.
My wife and I recently became members of Wexit Alberta as we are fed-up-to-here with poor representation and just plain lies by our MLA's and Premier.
Our government is in terrible need of a voice of conscience coming from the right, and the Wildrose Independence Party may very well provide that if...
Alternatively, rocking the political boat with talk of redrawing provincial boundaries could be enough to finally awaken the British Columbia government to the seriousness of northern...
Rick Johnson writes that Jason Kenney's threat against Ottawa is unconvincing.
Albertans have a choice: stay in Canada and be systematically destroyed, or accept reality and leave.