Longtime Alberta radio host Danielle Smith has announced her departure from Corus radio.
When the economy is doing well, it’s time for governments to run surpluses and pay down debt, Danielle Smith says.
Sorry, Ottawa, we can’t afford a universal drug plan that covers all 37 million Canadians, Danielle Smith says.
We used to be told to listen to the scientists, Danielle Smith says: ‘Now we are being told to listen to a teenager, 16-year-old Greta Thunberg.’
Confidence in immigration is nearly completely gone and the Trudeau government is to blame, Danielle Smith says.
When voters go to the polls on April 16, it will probably be with a sigh of relief over the end of one of the ugliest campaigns in Alberta history.
Derek Fildebrandt and the Freedom Conservative Party has launched an ‘Equality or Independence’ campaign in Alberta — and he may have a point, Danielle Smith says.
“When Trudeau told the New York Times that Canada was ‘the first post-national state,’ I wasn’t sure what he meant,” writes radio host and blogger Danielle Smith. “But I never thought it would mean extinguishing the Canadian identity.”
After a history of siding with environmentalists, Rachel Notley and the Alberta NDP government are doing just about anything to get Alberta’s oil to market, writes Danielle Smith.
It is sad 2,300 workers in Oshawa will be losing their jobs with the closure of the GM plant. But GM is failing in Oshawa because they are producing cars that consumers no longer want, writes Danielle Smith.
Danielle Smith spoke with Simon Fraser University criminology professor Scott Newark about what Canada should do with Canadian Islamic State jihadis detained abroad.
Danielle Smith asked Calgary’s city clerk how officials can ensure people vote only once in the Olympics plebiscite — and was shocked by the clerk’s answers.
Danielle Smith says she suspects a private member’s bill to ban conversion therapy is more likely a trap the NDP is setting to trip up the UCP.
There is no point in having dumb rules for cannabis because you’ll end up with mass non-compliance. Yet that’s what the province and the city have done, Danielle Smith says.
Danielle Smith writes about issues that policymakers should be paying attention to with regards to men and boys that are often being dismissed as the rantings of men’s right’s activists.