A “difference in the current budget estimate and the program requirements for the facility” is causing Calgary and the Flames to pause work on the new Event Centre.
Rob Breakenridge offers a unique perspective on the most talked-about stories of the day.
If the Liberals are going to congratulate themselves on how they’ve handled COVID-19, then it’s certainly fair to scrutinize their record, Rob Breakenridge says.
While it can be challenging for an opposition leader to grab the spotlight, O’Toole’s speech to the Conservative policy convention was an ideal opportunity to turn things around.
This process has become about more than just a replacement, Rob Breakenridge writes — it’s about rebuilding public confidence in the institution itself.
The potential loss of Line 5 would be something much different than losing Keystone XL, Rob Breakenridge says, and the effect would be very immediate and very real.
Before Canadians get too caught up in the warming relationship between Washington and Ottawa, we should ask what’s in it for us, Rob Breakenridge writes.
Alberta Labour and Immigration Minister Jason Copping said “lines need to be drawn” for the Critical Workers Benefit, but even those eligible need their employers to apply.
Given the current public mood, it’s fair to ask whether the Liberal government is trying to distract voters from its pandemic response, Rob Breakenridge says.
The Business Council of Alberta says the province needs to address its income and expenditures to make sure its finances are sustainable.