Senator Doug Black talks about minority government, lack of Liberal representative in Alberta

Following the federal election, Canada now has a minority government. Furthermore, there is no Liberal representative in Alberta. Senator Doug Black is part of the newly formed Canadian Senator’s group and says Alberta and Ottawa have “likely not been further…

Trudeau addresses Western alienation: ‘It’s extremely important government works for all Canadians’

In his first speech as prime minister of the Liberal minority government, Justin Trudeau addressed major concerns in Alberta and Saskatchewan and the sense of alienation and anger in Western Canada. READ MORE: With the Liberals’ new minority, Trudeau’s greatest…

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: How will Alberta voices be heard with no government representatives in Ottawa

The 2019 Federal Election results have left Alberta without a government representative in Ottawa, for the first time in nearly four decades. Aside from a lone NDP seat, the entire province voted Conservative. Breanna Karstens-Smith looks at whether the voices…