I was clear that a referendum was a tool to force negotiations which would lead to changes to the Canadian constitution – Brian Jean
"Since 1961, Alberta families and businesses have contributed more than $600 billion into the Canada partnership; while Quebec took more than $476 billion from it," said...
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.
Alberta may have voted overwhelmingly Conservative federally and provincially with the hope of pushing Ottawa back, but federal control is stronger now than at any point...
Rick Peterson faces long odds, but he understands that any path to victory runs straight through the unoccupied political space between Vancouver and Winnipeg right now.
The latest news about the Teck Frontier Project makes an Equalization referendum more urgent. We simply cannot wait until late 2021.
It is difficult for those in the heartland to comprehend that there is an alternative; one that might actually be fairer and that it is firmly...
In the U.S., Alberta would likely be a coveted swing-state, like Florida and Ohio - with both major parties falling over themselves for electoral support.