Canada ranks third among the world's top coffee drinkers, thanks to the ever-present Tim Hortons chain, but consumption patterns are changing
As children across the country are getting ready to return to school, it marks the end of another unpredictable Alberta summer.
VANCOUVER / Troy Media - What's your family's largest expense? Canadians might say housing or food. But in reality, taxes consume more of the average Canadian family's household income than anything else.
It was the summer of Batman.
Albertans recently found out that Red Deer-South MLA Barb Miller spent almost $5,000 on K-Cups for the coffee machine in her constituency office. Naturally, neither I nor the public was very happy about this.
A few weeks from now, you and thousands of other Alberta students will head back to class. And when you do, you have rights that your schools will respect. You have the right to feel safe and welcome at school.
As the MLAs representing Red Deer-North and Red Deer-South we were not surprised by MLA Don MacIntyre’s article or the tone of personal attack.
When I saw that Red Deer’s unemployment rate had spiked to 10 per cent – the highest of any municipality in the province – I was shocked but not surprised.
You’ve probably been hearing a lot about Power Purchase Arrangements, or PPAs, lately.