I’ve been taking a lot of rides in a time machine lately. I’ve been hanging around with The Beatles when they first appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show in February 1964. I even managed not to faint like a teenaged girl.
This past week I was pleased to be in the Red Deer - Mountain View riding where I was able to connect with constituents from one corner to the other.
Small businesses make up 95 per cent of all businesses in Alberta. Nearly two-thirds of those have only 1 to 4 employees.
As you probably know (it’s nearly impossible to ignore the hype) the Toronto Blue Jays will play in the American League Championship Series against the Cleveland Indians.
Alberta is a strong province and we have underpinned the Canadian economy for decades, we have faced tough times before and we have bounced back with tenacity. It is no secret that our province is facing massive job losses and economic
Its hard to believe the leaves are already changing and the kids are back in school. The summer has certainly passed by very quickly and Parliament resumed on Monday, September 19, 2016.
The House of Commons resumed sitting last week. There have been two key issues that have been highlighted by our caucus so far.
Since moving to Los Angeles 5 years ago, I have had several amazing opportunities and have been a part of so many great Hollywood celebrations.
Really, this is what it has come to? Hockey Calgary has passed a new rule for the 2016-17 season that bans post-game handshakes between players/coaches and on-ice officials. The new rule reads: