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Notley lashes out: NDP thugs illegally kick out Rebel reporters
In Canada, we don’t need a politician’s permission to be a journalist. NDP thugs can’t kick out journalists they don’t like from public buildings. If Notley and her hired mercenaries think they can silence Sheila, Holly — or any Albertans — they’re deepl
Alberta's dirty little progressive secret
Alberta has long been considered Canada's undisputed capital of conservatism. But is that notion more myth than reality? Even a cursory examination of the province's political past reveals a prominent progressive streak in Alberta.
Illiteracy In Quebec Becoming A Massive Problem In The Province
In recent years, the Province of Quebec has proven to be a poor student.
It ranks next-to-last in Canada in terms of literacy, despite the fact that school has been mandatory until age 16 since 1988. Approximately 53 per cent of the population do not r
Hydro One goes dark
With the passage of the bizarrely named
Building Ontario Up Act the day before
the legislature adjourned for the summer
on June 4, Premier Kathleen Wynne fixed
her Hydro One problem.
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