Raising the bar for long-term care

Our province's seniors are getting less than they deserve.

Recent Articles


No coffee breaks for the disabled

"Apparently, it's okay to go out for a cup of coffee with a friend, as long as you're not disabled." A front-line worker with persons with developmental disabilities takes Minister Frank Oberle to task for his crass comments, courtesy of FFWD Weekly.


What does the Fraser Institute have against women?

When the Fraser Institute says that Alberta's public sector is overpaid compared to the private sector, what they're really saying is that it's a shame that women in the public sector are getting paid equally with men for their work, unlike in the private sector.


Poachers have a field day

Although Alberta’s greatest natural assets include bighorn sheep, grizzly bears and bull trout, the province’s public wildlife bank often goes unguarded. With three times fewer fish and wildlife officers on a per capita basis than neighboring Montana, Alberta is slowly abandoning wildlife protection.


Overwhelming support for public health care

94.4 per cent of us (93.8 per cent on the Prairies) agree that the federal government should ensure that all Canadians, no matter where they live or their ability to pay, have access to health care.