TweetAside from recent updates about Kent Hehr running in Calgary-Centre and Darshan Kang running in Calgary-Skyview, it has been a while since I have published an update to accompany the list of candidate nominations for the next federal election, expected to be held in 2015. So, without further ado, let me present you the latest . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics: Parties gear up for federal election 2015 – Alberta nominations update
A lot of people realized when Tony Blair jumped aboard the Bush/Cheney bandwagon to conquer Iraq that he was a two-faced weasel. Now, courtesy of Rupert Murdoch, any lingering doubt about Blair’s integrity has been erased, obliterated.
Former British prime minister Tony Blair offered to act as a secret adviser to Rupert Murdoch during . . . → Read More: The Disaffected Lib: Revealed – the Two Faces of Tony Blair. They’re Both Ugly.
Richard ‘Hub’ Hughes
PM Steve Harper’s hands off self regulatory model is I expect at the root of the problems at XL’s Brooks, Alberta Facility. Throughout Canada, the fashionable with the right wing regulation and self inspection experiments have proven to be a dangerous diversion with deadly serious consequences.
How is it that . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: Something Is Fishy With The CFIA and XL’s Meat Facility
“If it ain’t Alberta, it ain’t beef!” Alberta Beef Producers’ advertising models may not be exactly as illustrated. Below: I [HEART] [ALBERTA MAP] [BEETS]; Alberta Agriculture Minister Verlyn Olson and Premier Alison Redford.
Do you remember that brilliant advertising campaign, “If it ain’t Alberta, it ain’t beef”?
Well, nowadays – as the continental . . . → Read More: Alberta Diary: If it’s Alberta, it ain’t goin’ across the border: time to connect the dots on XL Foods