Alberta News Canadian Government 

Alberta’s $30-million bonfire

The Alberta government’s Canadian Energy Centre — its long-promised, much-hyped “rapid-response war room,” a provincial corporation with a $30-million annual budget — finally launched on Dec. 11. It embarked on its noble mission with all appropriate pomp and ceremony, by which I mean there was a website and a sort of self-promotional video. The video serves as an impressive statement of the war room’s purpose, particularly given the tire fire of unforced errors and obvious untruths the war room has set ablaze in the days since. Let’s take a look at the inaccuracies —…

Read More
Alberta News BC News Canadian Government Canadian News Ontario News Quebec Saskatchewan Teck News Western Movement Western Philosophy World News 

20% Black Friday Sale Canund Social Network

We love Canund Social Network and we love sharing their content when it applies to Canadians. There should be no reason why people in canada should have a problem switching over to the next best social network. Canund social network is the fastest growing network as you see Facebook and allot of others decline Canund keeps growing very fast. Social network industry will be a $20 Trillion Dollar industry according to Google by the end of 2020. If you have not invested in the startup then I would suggest doing so and joining their network. They started on October 1st 2018 CEO Scott Bacheldor is creating a Free Speech Conservative…

Read More
Alberta News Canadian Government Canadian News 

Jason Kenney Rips Justin Trudeau For Attacking “The Big Alberta Oil Companies” In French Language Debate

The double-standard against Alberta’s energy industry is unacceptable says Kenney. Alberta Premier Jason Kenney ripped Justin Trudeau in the Alberta Legislature. Kenney pointed out the absurd and outrageous double-standard of Justin Trudeau openly attacking “The big Alberta oil companies” in the French-language debate. You would never see a federal leader attack the Ontario auto industry, or the Quebec aerospace industry in a leaders debate, so why the hell is Trudeau allowed to attack the Alberta oil industry? Kenney is 100% right to be calling out this double-standard. Trudeau seems to…

Read More
Alberta News Canadian Government Canadian News 

Loyal Canadians Support Western Canadian Oil Over Foreign Oil

Make your choice. It’s time to start talking about loyalty to Canada. While the corrupt elites are trying to cast Western Canadians as disloyal for talking about separation, we know that is 100% false. In fact, Western Canadians have been loyally contributing to our country for years, with a massive percentage of the schools, roads, infrastructure, and substance of our nation existing as a direct result of the Western Canadian energy industry. The reality is that it’s really the corrupt elites and corrupt governing class who are disloyal. They have…

Read More
Alberta News 

JUDGE: BC NDP Gov Can’t Block ‘Turn Off The Taps’ Bill In Alberta Court

“The only parties with standing to bring this action in this court are the (Attorney General of Alberta) and the (Attorney General of Canada),” says Judge Robert Hall. Alberta Queen’s Bench Judge Robert Hall says BC can’t block Alberta’s ‘Turn Off The Taps’ legislation – at least not in an Alberta or BC court. In his ruling, the Judge said only the Attorney General of Alberta or the Attorney General of Canada can bring the matter to court: “The only parties with standing to bring this action in this court are the (Attorney General of…

Read More
Alberta News 

BREAKING: United Conservative Party Wins Alberta Election, Sweep Socialists From Power To Form MAJORITY Government

Unified Party under leadership of Jason Kenney sweeps NDP from power. The United Conservative Party has won the Alberta Election. Jason Kenney and the UCP overcame the disgusting fear-mongering attacks of the NDP, sweeping the socialists from power. The NDP was unable to hold their support from the past election, and without the Conservative vote being split were unable to get close to the 44 seat threshold. The UCP now appears set for a decisive majority, as they have surpassed the 44 seat majority threshold early on in vote counting.…

Read More
Alberta News 

Two UCP candidates criticized for homophobic views, another takes heat for ‘yellow vest’ support

A trio of UCP candidates came under fire Tuesday as past homophobic comments from two men came to light, while a third candidate’s apparent support for the contentious Yellow Vest movement forced the party leader to come to his defence. Mark Smith, previously elected as a Wildrose MLA for Drayton Valley-Devon, who also served as the UCP’s education critic, gave a 2013 sermon at the Calvary Baptist Church in Drayton Valley saying media portrayals of LGBTQ love as “good love” are problematic. A 45-minute audio clip of Smith’s sermon is posted on…

Read More
Alberta News 

Kenney promises to speed up well approvals, get ‘fair price’ for natural gas

TURNER VALLEY — United Conservative Party leader Jason Kenney took aim at NDP rival Rachel Notley’s energy policies Tuesday, saying as premier he’d work to restore investor confidence in Alberta’s oil and gas sector. Speaking in Turner Valley, about 70 kilometres south of Calgary, the UCP leader said Notley’s government has caused a “crisis in our energy sector that is fuelling a jobs crisis in our economy.” “Tens of billions of dollars of investment have fled Alberta’s oil and gas sector,” he said. “That money has not left the oil…

Read More
Alberta News 

Rachel Notley Pulling Alberta Out Of Trudeau Government National Climate Plan

She made a huge mistake by trusting Trudeau in the first place. The Trudeau Liberals have lost yet another province in the federal climate plan. In the wake of the federal court ruling shutting down the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline, Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says she’s pulling Alberta out of the federal government climate plan. Notley blamed both the past Harper and Trudeau governments, though didn’t point out what a huge mistake she made trusting Trudeau’s “social license” BS in the first place. Notley says Trudeau must appeal the ruling,…

Read More
Alberta News 

Man shot, killed by Edmonton police officer Saturday night

A man was shot and killed by Edmonton police Saturday night after officers were called to investigate a two-vehicle collision just north of the Yellowhead Trail. The incident happened in the area of 66th Street and 123rd Avenue shortly before 10 p.m. when police were called to the collision, the Edmonton Police Service said in a media release Sunday morning. One of the vehicles involved in the collision was determined to have been stolen. When police approached the stolen vehicle, an “incident occurred” between the male driver of the vehicle…

Read More

Join Us On Canund Social Network