‘You are the victims but we are all the losers’: Calgary conference discusses Alberta’s place in Confederation

Around 700 people attended a one-day conference in Calgary on Saturday to discuss Alberta’s place in the Confederation. The Value of Alberta conference was hosted by Alberta Proud. One of the speakers was Joe Oliver, who was finance minister in…

WEXIT political party can now run candidates in Canadian federal elections

WEXIT Canada will be on the ballot for Western Canadian voters in the next federal election Elections Canada granted eligibility to the Western separatist group on Friday. READ MORE: Western frustration fuels Wexit separatist movement WEXIT Canada will become an…

Alberta’s Freedom Conservative Party eyes merger with right-leaning independence parties

Alberta’s Freedom Conservative Party has announced its intention to unify the province’s right-leaning independence parties, which include the Alberta Independence Party, the Alberta Advantage Party and the Wexit Alberta group. Related News The FCP released a five-point unity plan on…

‘Fair Deal Panel’ public town hall planned for Edmonton Tuesday

Edmontonians will have their chance to have their views heard at a town hall hosted by the provincial government’s “Fair Deal Panel” on Tuesday evening. Related News The Fair Deal Panel was announced by Premier Jason Kenney in early November,…

Kim Campbell on Wexit and why Canada is so divided

Former prime minister of Canada Kim Campbell spoke with Global News anchor Farah Nasser recently and spoke about the division the country is experiencing, saying discussions can’t happen if they’re being prefaced with “positions of hostility.” She also addressed the…

Unity emphasized by attendees at Edmonton Remembrance Day ceremonies

Thousands of Edmontonians attended Remembrance Day ceremonies around the city on Monday. The ceremony at the University of Alberta Butterdome was packed with people, including Janie Warawa and her family. READ MORE: Remembrance Day in Edmonton: Where you can attend…

‘I came in peace’: Manitoba premier hopes to bridge gaps with Trudeau amid Wexit sentiments

Giving clear indications that he’s prepared to broker a truce between the federal Liberals and his more disgruntled Prairie counterparts, Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister said he offered strategies to the prime minister Friday for uniting the country. “I came in…

The West Wants Out: Alberta separatist group Wexit Canada seeking federal political party status

“The West Wants In” was the founding slogan of the Reform Party — a political movement in Western Canada that grew out of voter dissatisfaction with Ottawa and the perceived lack of attention that was being paid to the west in…