Is a carbon tax a hill Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is willing to die on? That question had been in the back of many political minds since Ontario – under its new PC government – bailed out of the federal climate change framework last spring.
Jagmeet Singh just can’t catch a break.
With the call of a byelection in the Vancouver-area riding the rookie NDP leader is hoping to soon represent in Parliament only days away, he is losing yet another MP – in this instance to British Columbia’s provincial arena. […]
The Jets have had a string of bad luck since the weekend. An issue with the ice Sunday night shut down a game against the Wetaskiwin Icemen Sunday night, a 40-minute delay to Tuesday night’s home-ice game against the Sherwood Park Knights due to the absence of a ref, and then taking their sixth loss of the season.
As with most miracles, however, there are problems. One is that, for the arithmetic to work out, someone has to pay. The government doesn’t say who that will be. But it’s a good bet that the politically important constituency of suburban commuters will be net losers.
The Sturgeon Hockey Club (SHC) announced Tuesday that John Schneider has been appointed Sturgeon Hockey Club president, replacing Wayne Gatza, who had announced his resignation would be effective Oct. 16. […]
Danielle Edge and Rob Kaup have been playing together since the fall of 2014 when they both frequented a weekday jam at a local bar. Seven months later, Edge became the singer for a touring country band that Kaup was the drummer for. The following January, the two created Two Bad Apples, a popular and successful duo that focused on doing covers at the request of audiences wherever they played. That project ran for almost three years. […]
Whether it is growing your produce, making jam or butchering a pig – something some Morinville Comunity High School students will do this week – the Urban Agriculture Program is still providing students with a farm to table experience the school and students see as valuable.