Like a hockey team whose game has come off the rails early, the Canadian Energy Centre and its senior leadership would do well to have a ‘closed-door meeting.’
Ten years after the creation of Alberta Health Services, the province’s spending on health care still hasn’t improved.
Albertans indignation-fueled separatist sentiments is like a teenager threatening to move out, writes Joe McFarland.
After six horses died during the 2019 Calgary Stampede’s chuckwagon races, the debate over the sport is back.
School’s out for students but work is underway by the Alberta government to find savings in the education system.
After swinging from centre-right to hard left, perhaps a minority government would do Albertans some good, writes Joe McFarland.
If we don’t start making the preservation of historic sites a priority, we are going to miss out on an opportunity to show the world where we have come during our city’s history, Joe McFarland writes
I used to make what I called “lifestyle changes.” This year, I figured I would get back on that train as I admittedly let it slip in recent years.
Recent events inside Calgary’s city council chambers and on social media have shown just how toxic matters have become between councillors, writes Joe McFarland.
With arena/event centre negotiations picking back up in Calgary, Joe McFarland writes he’s seen the same arguments before.
The real question is: is everyone ready for the possibility that Calgarians decide to keep the Olympic bid dream alive on Nov. 13?
Five years ago, Calgarians pulled through the 2013 flood with a ‘can do’ attitude. Since then, more and more projects in Calgary have been met with resistance, as if they’re things Calgary ‘can’t do,’ Joe McFarland writes.
Like a football coach whose team has taken too many costly penalties, UCP leader Jason Kenney is calling a timeout to refocus the team, writes Joe McFarland.
Joe McFarland looks at Calgary city council’s vote to lower residential speed limits, and why it might not be for reasons you’d think.
Albert George Muckle will remain behind bars after being found guilty of sexual assault and attempted murder following an attack on a woman in Banff in 2005.