Michael Wagner writes that there is little point in pursuing Western independence if the new country looks like the old.
Darcy Gerow writes that currency manipulation from Ottawa is a hidden tax on all Canadians, but robs the West more than others.
Rick Strankman writes that MLAs should be allowed to debate Alberta's place in confederation.
Michael Wagner writes that Ted Byfield understood 20 years ago that nothing would change without a credible threat of independence.
Cory Morgan writes that the reentry of Paul Hinman as the Wildrose interim leader puts the new party into serious contention.
Drew Barnes writes that it's long past due to implement the firewall letter and demand a new constitutional arrangement with Ottawa. And if Ottawa is unwilling,...
Guest columnist Jay Hill writers about the need for independence, and taking a chance on Wexit.
Michael Wagner writes that before 1980, independence was a tiny fringe movement. In 2020, it is approaching a majority of Albertans.
Jay Hill writes about why he left the Tories, and why he believes Western independence is the path forward.
"In one sentence, Drew Barnes said more than the entire legislature – including his own party’s caucus."