Winter is undoubtedly here in Red Deer, but there are certainly signs of life in our local economy as more people are getting back to work in the city.
On October 24th Finance Minister Bill Morneau delivered the fall economic update and the Minster confirmed what we already knew; (a) the Liberals spending is out of control, and (b) they have no plan or date to pay back the billions they
Prior to Election Day on Monday, I wrote a column encouraging -- nay -- imploring Red Deerians to vote.
It’s Election Day. For newsies like me this means a late night at the office compiling results and reactions from across Central Alberta (with pizza in the newsroom).
About two and a half years ago, Albertans voted in a historic provincial election.
In the midst of municipal election season, the Government of Alberta scheduled another increase to minimum wage, making us the most expensive jurisdiction in Canada at $13.60 per hour, effective October 1.
Fighting the Liberal tax proposals for small businesses, farmers, and professionals has been issue number one for the Conservative Caucus in Ottawa since returning to Parliament in September.
September -- the transition month. School is back in session, an election campaign is underway, the Rebels are back on the ice and the weather is slowly, but surely changing.
Money doesn’t grow on trees, nor does it grow in the fields that Canadian farmers toil over day and night.