Michael Wagner writes that there is little point in pursuing Western independence if the new country looks like the old.
A reader says that Canadians shouldn't hold their breath that any accountability will come in the wake of the growing WE Scandal.
Elections Alberta notified the party Friday the name has been granted official status in the province and it will be able to run candidates in the...
Fildebrandt writes that the parallels between Hinman's leadership of the original Wildrose Party and the new one are uncanny.
I was clear that a referendum was a tool to force negotiations which would lead to changes to the Canadian constitution – Brian Jean
The original Wildrose Party's first leader is jumping back into politics as the interim leader of the new Wildrose Independence Party.
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,...
"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 Jay Hill writers about the need for independence, and taking a chance on Wexit.
Sources tell the Western Standard that the UCP motion meant to skirt an NDP anti-independence motion will die on the order paper.