Michael Wagner writes that beginning with the election of Social Credit in 1935, Alberta has been viewed as a dangerous outlier by the Canadian political establishment
Alberta's political culture is deeply rooted in a conservative identity predating Alberta itself.
Alberta culture may not be as obviously distinctive as Quebec's, but it is unique in Canada for several strong reasons.
A brief history of the West's struggle with Ottawa from 1879 to 2020.
The existence of the independence movement rises and falls like the stock market, depending on external factors. If, however, support for independence could be rooted in...
The cultural, or political West – as opposed to geographical West – is not confined to prairie farms and oilfields.