It was a busy week for Swedish diplomats and politicians.
Alex McColl is a Columnist for the Western Standard based in Calgary, Alberta. He has a Master’s in Public Policy in Public Administration from the University of Calgary.
I have no idea how playing loud Reggae music at 2:30am advances the cause of freedom, but he said he was willing to fight for freedom again tonight. Then he punched me in the face.
“It’s great to see a politician seriously talk about the municipal gatekeepers who use restrictive zoning rules to block new housing construction.”
“It is unfair nonsense designed to continually overrepresent Quebec and it is part of Canada’s constitution.”
“There are alternatives to authoritarian COVID-19 policy based on two foundational libertarian principles: individual autonomy and personal responsibility.”
Alex McColl writes that rather than mark roads to their natural speed limits, Calgary’s politicians use them as a ticket cash cow.
Using Erin O’Toole’s past statements, we’ve figured out what he would say about his own carbon tax, if it was someone else’s plan.
The cost of replacing Canada aging surface fleet skyrocketed $82 billion, and will be at least two years late.