What the media isn’t covering in their stories about the Taber Crown land auction
In January, the provincial government announced that they would be moving towards performance-based funding for post-secondary institutions.
Despite their hatred for the arts, conservatives consume it every day.
Tax breaks, top ups, matching funds—none of them help poor people because they all require poor people first spending money they don’t have.
Liberals scare left-leaning voters to get behind them, saying that if people vote NDP, they will split the vote. But it takes two to tango.
Canadian voters are overwhelmingly left of centre. Conservative voters in Canada are in the minority.
Given its propensity to vote in Conservative representatives, Lethbridge is known as a conservative stronghold. But it actually has a significant labour history going back over a century.
Must be a federal election. The Conservatives are promising tax credits again, and disguising them as tax cuts.
This sort of language is a continuation of centuries-old rhetoric of Indigenous people hindering settler progress.
You’ve probably heard conservatives talk about how important the economy is as an election issue, how important jobs are, or business investment is, or the GDP is. Except conservatives don’t actually care about the economy.