The meeting of the Camrose school board Thursday was supposed to be about getting one of its schools to abide by the board's request to drop a ques
Though most luminaries of the left would shrink from actually admitting this, an implicit assumption nevertheless underlies the way they view human
I addressed the Edmonton branch of the Royal Commonwealth Society last week an organization I had never previously heard of.
The grave and mutual misunderstanding between people who believe in God and those who don’t was vividly on display in Alberta last week at a genera
One of the more amusing aspects of the debate over sex clubs in the Alberta schools is the sudden absorption by the most unlikely of people in the
The old adage that “evil things happen when good men do nothing” is glaringly operative right now in three Canadian provinces – Ontario, British Co
It seems a current assumption these days that the figure of the tyrant represents the most dangerous peril to the survival of democratic government
Alberta Education Minister David Eggen has condemned a pro-life group’s presentation to a Catholic school for comparing the Nazi extermin
“Too bad,” said a conservative friend of mine last week, “but things are certainly not going well for our side.” I asked him what he meant.
The University of Alberta’s president is singing the praises of a pro-homosexual institute even after revelations it runs a government we
Whenever I pause to think of the University of Alberta’s Institute for Sexual Minority Studies (which admittedly isn’t often) I find my curiosity a
If Jason Kenney is to rescue Alberta from its current dangerous dabble in socialism, he must accomplish three things– First, to gain the leadership