What Was Wrong With CBC’s ‘The National’ Tuesday and Wednesday Night (October 24 & 25, 2017)

Mission Statement for “What Was Wrong With The National”: During the last federal election campaign, Justin Trudeau promised to give the CBC additional funding if he became PM. This clearly affected the CBC’s election coverage, where the so-called impartial public broadcaster actively promoted Trudeau as Harper’s replacement. After winning the election, Trudeau rewarded CBC for … Continue reading What Was Wrong With CBC’s ‘The National’ Tuesday and Wednesday Night (October 24 & 25, 2017)

Canada, Alberta Is Ready To Break Up

By Ryan Rados Alberta is closing in on a $40 billion provincial debt. Our economy took the biggest hit during the oil crash, and yet we're still sending money to Ontario and Quebec. Albertans can't be blamed for any resentment they might feel toward Eastern Canada, especially when people like Montreal's mayor take pride in … Continue reading Canada, Alberta Is Ready To Break Up

Western Provinces and Nova Scotia Given Disproportionately Less Canada 150 Grant Money Last Two Years

An analysis of Canadian Heritage's proactive disclosure of the distribution of Canada 150 grant money in the past two years shows the western provinces (Saskatchewan, Alberta, and British Columbia) and Nova Scotia have thus far received significantly smaller portions of overall grant money in comparison to their respective proportions of the national population. By the end of last … Continue reading Western Provinces and Nova Scotia Given Disproportionately Less Canada 150 Grant Money Last Two Years