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TOEWS: Alberta’s greatest strengths are freedom, pluralism and unity

"I will always defend and will work to enhance our rich tapestry of educational choice, and work to make Alberta the destination of choice for high-performing newcomers of any creed, culture, ethnicity, or language. This has been and will continue to be a key source of our province’s strength."

Chrystia Freeland pretends she supports truckers

Six months ago, Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland froze the bank accounts and suspended the licenses of truckers protesting her government's vaccine mandates. Now, she's bragging about all the work she and Trudeau have done to "keep our trucking industry strong." Tune into The Andrew Lawton Show!

Jean Charest proposes to implement BC carbon tax nationwide

In Charest's environmental plan, Charest opposes the Trudeau government’s consumer carbon tax but pledges to “replace it with an industrial carbon price to slash emissions while giving provinces the flexibility to choose their path to emission reductions.”

Canadians are seeking asylum in US due to Trudeau’s Covid policies

Buffalo immigration lawyer Matthew Kolken has filed asylum applications for at least half a dozen Canadians who hope to flee the country permanently due to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s pandemic policies. 

Rajan Sawhney’s campaign chair quits to “step back into alignment” with...

United Conservative Party MLA Angela Pitt has resigned as leadership candidate Rajan Sawhney’s campaign chair, citing a need to realign with her values and constituents.

GUEST OP-ED: A quiet common-sense revolution is brewing within the Liberal...

"Based on recent statements and policy announcements from major players both inside and out of the government, a growing faction within the Liberal Party is changing its tune on resource development."

GUEST OP-ED: “Virtue science” reigns

"In science for virtue, there is only one 'correct' narrative, enforced by exterior political power. If a scientist deviates from this 'truth,' the scientist becomes not only 'wrong,' but worse than wrong. That is how science has been captured and corrupted."

Conservative MP threatens to leave party if Poilievre becomes leader

Quebec Conservative MP Joel Godin says he may leave caucus and join efforts to form a new party if Pierre Poilievre becomes the leader of the Conservative Party of Canada.

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GUEST OP-ED: A quiet common-sense revolution is brewing within the Liberal Party

"Based on recent statements and policy announcements from major players both inside and out of the government, a growing faction within the Liberal Party is changing its tune on resource development."

Immigration

Canadians are seeking asylum in US due to Trudeau’s Covid policies

Buffalo immigration lawyer Matthew Kolken has filed asylum applications for at least half a dozen Canadians who hope to flee the country permanently due to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s pandemic policies. 

Economy

Federal budget won’t be balanced until 2041: taxpayer group

Earlier this week, the Canadian Taxpayers Federation released a report using data published by the Parliamentary Budget Office, looking at the trajectory of the federal government’s 2022 budget. 
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