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5,641COVID-19 public health actionsTemporary measures are in place to reduce the impacts of COVID-19 on the health care system. Find out what you need to do.

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5,640Economic Freedom of the World: 2021 Annual Report Lead_Article15-09-2021
5,569THE CASE FOR AN AMERICAN ALBERTA - Human EventsAbove the quiet forests of a snow-capped American border, there rests an anxious, resource-rich Canadian province yearning to breathe free. What many of their neighbors to the south see as an advantage—namely charismatic Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and rigorous climate change policy—is, in actuality, a burden to hapless Albertans. They want out.Lead_Article03-06-2021
5,562Admission to the UnionThe Admission to the Union Clause of the United States Constitution, also called the New States Clause, found at Article IV, Section 3, Clause 1, authorizes the U.S. Congress to admit new states into the Union (beyond the thirteen already in existence at the time the Constitution went into effect). Lead_Article22-05-2021
5,520Social Media PollAlberta's OptionsLead_Article12-04-2021
5,519New definition of hate to be included in Liberal bill that might also revive contentious hate speech lawFederal legislation expected to be tabled within weeks will see a new statutory definition of hate and could also see the reincarnation of a controversial hate speech law.

The new definition, part of legislation aimed at tackling online hate content, will be based on previous court decisions and how the Supreme Court has defined hate, said Arif Virani, parliamentary secretary to Justice Minister David Lametti.

But the government has also not ruled out introducing a form of a controversial hate speech law that was widely criticized over free speech rights. The law, Section 13 of the Canadian Human Rights Act, was repealed in 2013 after critics said it amounted to censorship...
5,517 Rising debt interest costs further threaten Alberta financesThe Kenney government’s 2021/2022 budget, which is unsurprisingly covered in red ink, forecasts an $18.2 billion deficit—by any measure, one of the largest in provincial history.Lead_Article09-04-2021
5,506Canadian governance VS American governance... know your facts! Lead_Article05-04-2021
5,486Five Types of People Who Respond to the Statehood MessageImage. See more...Lead_Article14-03-2021
5,478Opinion: If Alberta can't secure free trade with Canada, it will have to look southIf attempts to strengthen Alberta’s position in the federation are ignored, the bolder option for a common market, a break from Canada and closer association with the United States, will become the only credible course of actionLead_Article20-09-2020