The HyperLibrary on this site will contain articles of importance. These articles, identified as Lead_Article in the Media Type field, will be listed here on this page. This is for the ease of the reader for quick reference.
FAQ and their corresponding answers will be listed on this page for ease of access to the reader.
The Political Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) are to assist individuals and ridings in preparation for different types of events, including initiating a WIPA constituency within Alberta.
Further the phases and steps to our goal applying for statehood in the USA will be listed under this Media Type.
Separatist Leader Now Wants Alberta to Join the US
As the Western Canadian separatist movement Wexit has appointed a former Conservative as leader, its founder is pushing for Alberta to become the 51st state of the U.S.
By Mack Lamoureux
Should Alberta secede from Canada and become the 51st the Union | Quick Dick McDick
Testing the leaders
TESTING THE LEADERS:
Some of these so-called leaders appear to be capitalizing on other people's dreams in order to build their own little kingdom.
Alberta. The 51st state?
A new poll suggests our neighbours are open to buying the resource rich province, as an MLA releases his manifesto for separation, and the rest of Canada watches on.
Forget Greenland — Trump should offer statehood to these Canadian provinces
President Trump's offer to purchase Greenland from Denmark was front-page news in August, but a better option for expanding the country's geographic footprint would be to offer statehood to the Canadian provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, as well as the interior of British Columbia.
Alberta as the 51st State isn’t a crazy as you might think
In the U.S., Alberta would likely be a coveted swing-state, like Florida and Ohio – with both major parties falling over themselves for electoral support. By Tessa Littlejohn
Why USA? It is time to face the fact that the USA has all the freedom, job prospects, and investment capital that the people and industry of Alberta could ever want.