What are Albertans saying about Wexit?

While some Albertans are feeling a sense of alienation from the rest of the country, there is a group that is pushing for separation. Provincial affairs reporter Tom Vernon sits down with 630 CHED’s Ryan Jespersen and Global News Radio…

Majority of Canadians believe we are more divided than ever: Ipsos poll

December 9 2019 8:47pm The uneasy feeling that the country is more divided now is simmering across Canada, especially in Alberta and Saskatchewan, according to an Ipsos poll. Gord Steinke and Linda Olsen speak with Kyle Braid with Ipsos for…

Political panel discusses what Albertans are saying about equalization

Provincial affairs reporter Tom Vernon sits down with 630 CHED’s Ryan Jespersen and Global News Radio 770 CHQR’s Danielle Smith to talk more about equalization and how it plays a role in western alienation. Jespersen and Smith talk about what…

Calgary professor discusses past and present factors behind Western alienation

Lisa Young, a University of Calgary political science professor, sits down with Joel Senick to discuss the similarities and differences behind the Western alienation sentiment in Alberta following the 2019 federal election and that of past movements.

Trudeau taps prominent transition advisers in nod to Alberta, Quebec

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is tapping two prominent women with deep roots in Alberta and Quebec to guide the formation of his new minority government. The Prime Minister’s Office on Tuesday confirmed that Trudeau has brought on Anne McLellan and…

‘It’s really unfair’: Online frustration between Alberta and Newfoundland and Labrador following federal election

Albertans’ frustrations over a Liberal Party victory in Monday’s federal election have continued to boil over, but growing anger from Albertans toward Newfoundland and Labrador has been surprising, according to one political scientist. Related News The Liberals were shut out…

With the Liberals’ new minority, Trudeau’s greatest challenge is healing divide with Western Canada

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s minority Parliament will be able to find plenty of common ground with opposition parties on legislative issues, but the real challenge is healing the deep regional divides across Canada, experts say. The Liberals were reduced to…

Federal Election 2019: Trudeau vows to work with premiers in Saskatchewan, Alberta following Liberal lockout

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Oct. 23, that he will be reaching out to provincial premiers across the country, and had already spoken with the Alberta and Saskatchewan premiers, two provinces where the Liberals won no seats during the…

Federal Election 2019: On separation, Alberta premier says ‘we are not alone’

October 22 2019 6:48pm Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says “we should not let Justin Trudeau and his policies make us feel unwelcome in our own country… I’m not going to let Trudeau push me out of my country.” ‘ });…

Federal Election 2019: Alberta premier to create panel to ‘fight for fairness’

October 22 2019 6:44pm Alberta Premier Jason Kenney said his government is developing a news panel that will look at any and all ideas to find the most effective ways to assert fairness for Alberta in the federation. ‘ });…