Skip to content

Opinion

Let's Talk Taxes: CFL subsidies a punt in the face for taxpayers

Now that the Grey Cup has been awarded, it’s time to assess the CFL year in review - not the on-field play, but rather from a taxpayer angle. And unfortunately, it comes up expensive.

Time to fix health care

Last week, Paul Stanway (Premier Stelmach’s former Communications Director) blamed the opposition for the Alberta government’s failure to fix health care.

It's beginning to look a lot like Stress-mas

It’s that time of year again. Seemingly out of nowhere Christmas season is upon us and like every other year, this year I swore it wasn’t going to creep up on me. But it has.

Faith Matters: Jesus kept his eyes on the prize, so can you

It’s important in life that we have a goal, something we’re headed towards. Sometimes we come up with a really good idea. We begin to plan, we can envision what it would be like if our goal was reached. And so, we head out with enthusiasm.

Let's Talk Taxes: CFL subsidies a punt in the face for taxpayers

Now that the Grey Cup has been awarded, it’s time to assess the CFL year in review - not the on-field play, but rather from a taxpayer angle. And unfortunately it comes up expensive.

Faith Matters: Jesus kept his eyes on the prize, so can you

It’s important in life that we have a goal, something we’re headed towards. Sometimes we come up with a really good idea. We begin to plan, we can envision what it would be like if our goal was reached. And so, we head out with enthusiasm.

Let's Talk Taxes: CFL subsidies a punt in the face for taxpayers

Now that the Grey Cup has been awarded, it’s time to assess the CFL year in review - not the on-field play, but rather from a taxpayer angle. And unfortunately it comes up expensive.

The private sector would do a better job caring for the poor and sick

Office supply stores sell wooden pencils for as little as eight cents each. Swanky gift shops also sell pencils: gold-filled and priced as high as $1,400.

The private sector would do a better job caring for the poor and sick

Office supply stores sell wooden pencils for as little as eight cents each. Swanky gift shops also sell pencils: gold-filled and priced as high as $1,400.

Taking action to protect children from sexual predators

As a father, I know that Canadian parents will do anything within their power to protect their children. As a society, our commitment to protecting Canada’s most precious and vulnerable citizens must be equally unwavering.