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.
Considering all of the attempts to reform confederation over the last four decades, what other option is there?
Alberta culture may not be as obviously distinctive as Quebec's, but it is unique in Canada for several strong reasons.
In our early history, Albertans were electoral reform innovators. Let’s recapture that boldness in building a fair deal for all Canadians with a Triple-E Senate.
A brief history of the West's struggle with Ottawa from 1879 to 2020.
Manning is touring Canada with his new book on Canadian conservatism.
Unlike national elections when the Tories can take the West for granted, Tory leadership candidates need Western support. Don't let them have it at such a...
The cultural, or political West – as opposed to geographical West – is not confined to prairie farms and oilfields.
Young Kenney: "In fact, when one takes into account the effect of the deindexation of the tax brackets, this sneaky, back door, malicious tax increase imposed...