"We don’t need nuclear energy to solve the climate crisis."
An emergency meeting of the natural resources committee was a bit of a snoozer.
Conservatives are pressing for details on $186B in planned spending.
Tory House leader agreed it wasn't right.
They've even co-ordinated their look.
Some fascinating people are set to make their mark in the next session of Parliament.
The Alberta battleground riding of Edmonton-Mill Woods became one of only two ridings in the city and one of only four ridings in the province to go Liberal. For the first time in a decade, Edmonton-Mill Woods is not a Conservative domain. This is only one example of a larger trend across Canada.
The biggest pledge the Liberals have made to Alberta is to heavily invest in urban infrastructure.
Calgary strategic voting group 1VoteMatters identified leading progressive candidates across Canada in advance of the Oct. 19 federal election.
"This government is out of touch and if we stay focused and keep working hard, tomorrow they will be out of time."