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Higher interest rates the price of government inflation

Posted on June 22, 2023

The Trudeau government deserves a big chunk of the blame for rising mortgage payments. There are many factors that cause inflation. But Ottawa’s never-ending deficits,… Read More »

Will Premier Smith revamp the outdated Alberta healthcare system?

Posted on June 15, 2023

It’s time to move on. The Alberta election is over: Danielle Smith is the premier, and that means it is time for the politicians to… Read More »

Canadian food retail sales on a downward trajectory

Posted on June 8, 2023

The release of retail data by Statistics Canada last week has provided valuable insights into the dynamic nature of food retailing in Canada. Contrary to… Read More »

The Trudeau government is out to erase Canadian history

Posted on June 1, 2023

The Trudeau government has come under fire for dropping historical symbols from the Canadian Royal Crown and our national passport. I recently renewed my passport,… Read More »

Affordability is top of mind in Alberta election

Posted on May 25, 2023

Both the United Conservative Party (UCP) and New Democratic Party (NDP) are surprisingly weak on housing policy at a time when affordability is top of… Read More »

Agriculture sector must remain key election priority

Posted on May 18, 2023

Alberta farmers represent less than one percent of Alberta’s population yet contribute billions to Alberta’s economy directly, as well as through exports and supplying value-added… Read More »

Time to ensure a provincial carbon tax never returns to Alberta

Posted on May 10, 2023

There’s bad news, good news and hope for the future. The bad news is Albertans are paying more to drive to work, heat their homes and to buy groceries, thanks to the latest federal carbon tax hike. The good news is Alberta Premier Danielle Smith’s government has almost neutralized that pump… Read More »

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