It wouldn't be the first time that the hockey team and the Prentice name have crossed paths.
After the defeat of floor-crosserDanielle Smith in this past weekend's Tory nominations, things have taken a surprising turn
Some days it seems as if everyone and their brother is moving to Alberta. And it's not hard to see why. Besides being an
Our elected officials need to spend any chance they get talking to our children about the importance of voting and how lucky we are to have the right to vote. Taking even just a few minutes out of one's schedule to speak to a group of students and answer their questions can make a huge impact in the future.
As the old adage goes, 'where there's smoke, there's fire,' and lately those fires have been roaring. Fresh on the heels
Monday's election results in Alberta demonstrate once again the strange outcomes that our First-Past-The-Post (FPTP) voting system can create. A difference in vote percentage between 43 per cent and 34 per cent leads to 61 v.s. 17 seats for the PCs. How many distorted election results of this kind do we need to see before we admit we need a change to our voting system?