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BUILDING CANADA'S CONSERVATIVE MOVEMENT

“Future of Alberta energy sector depends on Notley’s policy direction” Ted Morton, Globe and Mail, August 2015

“Future of Alberta energy sector depends on Notley’s policy direction” Ted Morton, Globe and Mail, August 2015

Ted Morton is a senior fellow at the School of Public Policy at the University of Calgary and the Manning Foundation for Building Democracy and formerAlberta Progressive Conservative cabinet minister. Western Canadian energy producers were already bleeding cash as a result of the collapse of oil and gas prices before Alberta’s May 5 election. The […]

A Risk Analysis of the Alberta NDP’s Energy Policies: Death by a Thousand Cuts?

A Risk Analysis of the Alberta NDP’s Energy Policies: Death by a Thousand Cuts?

The Manning Centre released a report today by professor Ted Morton on the potential impact of various Alberta NDP energy policies on the province’s energy sector. The report, “A Risk Analysis of the Alberta NDP’s Energy Policies: Death by a Thousand Cuts?” identifies 13 specific policy risks posed by the new NDP government to the Alberta oil […]

How Ernestine showed me the road to reconciliation Preston Manning, Globe and Mail, June 30, 2015

How Ernestine showed me the road to reconciliation Preston Manning, Globe and Mail, June 30, 2015

Her name was Ernestine Gibot, the daughter of a Métis trapper and a Chipewyan mother, and she became the best aboriginal friend I ever had. Her experience is highly relevant to implementing the report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. At age five, Ernestine was taken from her family to attend the Catholic residential school […]