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Evolution of Canada’s immigration policy

Posted on September 22, 2015

Every time the immigration question emerges in Canada, as it has this past few weeks with the Syrian refugee crisis, there is someone out there… Read More »

Now begins the real campaign

Posted on September 15, 2015

With Labour Day behind us, it’s official. Summer is over. Our attentions turn from patios, warm temperatures and cool drinks to longer nights, shorter days… Read More »

Seeking out greater efficiencies in trying times

Posted on September 8, 2015

With the local economy struggling these past few years, innovation is a key component of our economic prosperity going forward. Not only do we have… Read More »

Election results should be taken with a grain of salt

Posted on August 25, 2015

With 110 seats across the country considered too close to call by the pollsters, the Canadian federal election outcome is still very much up in… Read More »

Cdn. politicians could learn a lot from the Blue Jays

Posted on August 11, 2015

Canadian politicians on the campaign trail can learn a lot from the Toronto Blue Jays. In what will likely be a moribund and tightly scripted… Read More »

Exodus of Tories may have had more to do with pensions than politics

Posted on July 28, 2015

Like rats fleeing a sinking ship we have seen a mass exodus of prominent federal Tories in recent months from Peter MacKay to John Baird… Read More »

Bylaw passes in Redcliff without any fanfare

Posted on June 30, 2015

Well if you haven’t heard by now, Redcliff town council ended up passing it’s controversial “Communication with Litigants” bylaw amendment without too much public furor… Read More »

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