Cory Morgan writes that Wexit's change to "Maverick Party" is the right move.
Fildebrandt writes that the parallels between Hinman's leadership of the original Wildrose Party and the new one are uncanny.
The original Wildrose Party's first leader is jumping back into politics as the interim leader of the new Wildrose Independence Party.
Members of the FCP and Wexit Alberta voted overwhelmingly to merger under the new Wildrose Independence Party banner.
It is getting increasingly difficult for the media and political classes to dismiss the independence movement any longer.
Guest columnist James Albers writes about the West's continued status as a colony of a former colony.
The UCP is vulnerable on its right flank and the WIP is already taking up that slack.
With polls showing north of 40 per cent support for independence in Alberta, it's a wonder that the constellation of small parties supporting it haven't found...
For a party to go from nothing to nearly 10 percent support in Alberta while not even having a leader is unprecedented.
A brief history of the West's struggle with Ottawa from 1879 to 2020.