The federal Conservatives have released their preliminary campaign platform. Here’s what I think of it.
Last September, Jason Kenney’s executive director of issues management said some things about AISH that weren’t quite correct.
They’re not payment for future services, and certainly not benevolent gives from corporations and the wealthy.
The UCP recently changed the film & TV tax credit to remove a $10 million cap that they implemented just last year.
Last week, the provincial government announced plans for a provincial park in Edmonton. The new 68-hectare (168-acre) Big Island Provincial Park will be built in the southwest region of the city. To kickstart the establishment of the park, the province has promised nearly $300,000 for planning and engagement: $189,000 of it will go to Enoch […]
In this year’s budget, the UCP plan to spend $35 million more on diagnostic, therapeutic and other patient services. Their first year in power, they cut spending in that area by $40 million.
The party expects the changes will help 11,600 households. Meanwhile, 500,000 people have unaffordable rent prices.
Even though a month ago, they said they weren’t going to create any new spaces this year.
Capitalists don’t care that for many people, wages aren’t high enough to sustain a decent lifestyle, one where you don’t have to worry about how you’ll pay your bills or where you next meal will come from. They don’t care that low wages reduces purchasing power of consumers. They don’t care that raising wages would […]
The 5 most popular posts I shared each on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and TikTok in February 2021.