Everything about the wildfires that are forcing Albertans out of their homes
The 2019 Alberta wildfires have taken a serious toll on the northern part of our nation’s fourth largest province. As we’ve already made it through nearly two weeks of flames engulfing thousands of hectares of land, many wonder when the latest natural disaster will come to an end, hopeful that it be sooner rather than later.
Former Liberal MP apologizes for sexually harassing staffer
Darshan Kang apologized for his sexual misconduct towards a staffer.
Rising tensions at Assembly of First Nations forum
“The way the Assembly of First Nations is manufacturing consent is like a whiskey trader holding a smallpox blanket,” Kootenay remarked.
Horgan takes the bait and sues Alberta over “turn off the taps” legislation
The government of British Columbia has sued the government of Alberta, claiming that Premier Kenney’s “turn off the taps” legislation is unconstitutional.
Alberta First Nations chief facing the heat for settling forced Trudeau deal
Once trapping, hunting and fishing were no longer viable sources of income, band members would receive a “modest and sufficient livelihood” from agricultural dues–though, as we’ll soon see, was neither modest nor sufficient.
Omar Khadr’s lawyer Nathan Whitling allegedly leaves First Nation women in the lurch
Omar Khadr’s lawyer, Nathan Whitling, gives precedence to representing a terrorist over a group of indigenous women.
159 truck convoy sets out from Alberta to protest Trudeau government
After months of rallies across Alberta, a protest convoy with 159 truck left Red Deer early Thursday morning for a four-day trek to Ottawa.