ILLUSTRATIONS: A group of Albertans enjoying one of our province’s excellent craft beers, unfortunately unavailable in Saskatchewan because of the province-to-the-right’s unfair trade practices. (The Wikipedia illustration is actually of François … . . . → Read More: Alberta Politics: Brad Wall Government’s Saskatchewan beer trade piffle turns out to be all fizz and no flavour
PHOTOS: Brad Wall, increasingly the Mr. Disagreeable of Confederation. Below: Calgary’s Glenmore Reservoir as dreamed of by supporters of the Saskatchewan Party of Alberta. Actual Calgary beaches may not appear exactly as illustrated, either with reg… . . . → Read More: Alberta Politics: OMG! Energy industry faces ‘existential threat’ from Hollywood, ‘ever-growing matrix of activists’
PHOTOS: Never mind the Opposition parties, guys like these want Alberta’s energy royalty review to get cracking right now! Below: CAPP President Tim McMillan, Wildrose Opposition Leader Brian Jean, Progressive Conservative Party Leader Ric McIver and NDP Labour Minister Lori Sigurdson. While Alberta’s New Democratic Party government has been pushing ahead with its plan to . . . → Read More: Alberta Politics: Now that CAPP’s president has called for quick energy royalty review, Wildrose and PC leaders can be expected to fall into line
Here, asking whether growth and stable employment are part of the deal when the Saskatchewan Party offers massive handouts to the resource sector – and if so, how to handle the fact that PCS is pocketing tax incentives while slashing jobs.
For further reading…– The Wall government’s own press release touting its potash giveaways is . . . → Read More: Accidental Deliberations: New column day
I’ve been giving a lot of thought on what to talk next about on the blog, and with news of the Saskatchewan Party’s newest round of attack ads, I thought that would be a good place to start. But first, we need to have a small detour before we discuss a… . . . → Read More: Canadian Political Viewpoints: Accentuate the Positive
I’ve been giving a lot of thought on what to talk next about on the blog, and with news of the Saskatchewan Party’s newest round of attack ads, I thought that would be a good place to start. But first, we need to have a small detour before we discuss attack ads themselves.
Recently, Brian . . . → Read More: Canadian Political Viewpoints: Accentuate the Positive
The cast from InSecurity. The TV show will no longer be produced in Saskatchewan.
With the announcement of the axing of the Saskatchewan Film Employment Tax Credit, we are effectively telling the rest of the film-producing world that Saskatchewan is closed for business. It’s a commonly known fact that film productions will . . . → Read More: Art Threat: That’s a wrap? – Killing Saskatchewan’s film tax credit is economic nonsense
IT’S A GOOD THING I DON’T KNOW AN AWFUL LOT ABOUT THE SASKATCHEWAN ELECTION BECAUSE IT SEEMS TOO DEPRESSING TO THINK ABOUT. ALSO THE KIDS ARE UPSET THAT THEY MAY NOT BE ABLE TO PLAY WITH THEIR OLD FRIENDS FROM MCMURRAY WHO ARE VISITING AND SHANNON WILL NOT ABIDE ANY SUN TV TONIGHT. IT’S LOOKING . . . → Read More: politics on CAPS LOCK: I CAN’T BELIEVE I’M GOING TO LIVEBLOG THE SASKATCHEWAN ELECTION AND NEITHER CAN MY FAMILY