Between 1990 and 2019, Canada’s emissions dropped only 8 times—the largest was in 2009, 3 years into Harper’s administration.
While $10 a day is better than what have now, there are a bunch of caveats.
The Métis Nation of Alberta denounced the spending of over $372,000 by the provincial government to these two groups.
Support for the Alberta government jumped from 17% at the beginning of October to 32% weeks later.
Canada is cutting the worker pandemic benefit by 40%, but workers who refuse to get vaccinated may not be able to get it.
$2 out of every $3 worth of military goods exported last year went to Saudi Arabia.
Plus, Jason Kenney’s approval tanks at 22%, his lowest ever.
During Trudeau’s first 5 years in government, the proportion of inmates who are Indigenous increased by 4.5% a year, more than under Harper.
And their emissions increased 17.4% between 2009 and 2019.
Yesterday, the Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce hosted an all-candidate forum. Given recent restrictions implemented by the Alberta government, the chamber chose to have no public audience and livestreamed the video, which you can view below. As part of their livestream, they allowed viewers to submit questions, which then the moderator would share with the candidates. […]