Cuts to Public Service or Deficit Financing: What are Alberta's best Options?

The Alberta NDP government’s 2017 budget was presented on March 16 and projects a $10.3 billion deficit this year on revenue of $45 billion.

Why Will Albertans be Facing a Deficit in the Next Budget?

Premier Alison Redford has given Albertans to understand that there will be some belt tightening and cuts in the next Provincial budget expected later this winter.

World Water Day: Why are the Themes of Water and Food Security Relevant to Alberta?

This year’s theme for World Water Day (March 22) is water and food security. In Alberta we do not often feel food insecure, so how does the theme of World Water Day have an impact in our world?

Who Will Be the New Leader of Canada's Official Opposition Party?

Wednesday, February 1, 2012 7:00 – 9:00 pm University of Lethbridge, 1st Choice Saving Centre, Room PE264 Free event: Refreshments provided

Why Do So Many People Vote Against Their Own Best Interest?

Alberta is facing many problems as the next boom approaches. Besides environmental and infrastructure challenges, it can be argued that this boom will once again benefit the wealthy and the larger corporations while most other people in Alberta will gain little in terms of quality lifestyle.

Why is federal action on the environment critical to a healthy local economy?

“Think globally, act locally” is a catch-phrase commonly used by those striving to achieve economic sustainability and healthy community based on ecological sustainability.

Should Alberta be Kept Free of Nuclear Power?

The wheels have been set in motion to build western Canada’s first nuclear power plant. Bruce Power Alberta bought the assets of Energy Alberta Corporation and filed an application with the federal government to build a nuclear power plant earlier this year.