In the first ever tele-townhall for the Wild Rose constituency, member of Parliament Blake Richards answered questions from residents on Monday (Jan. 21) concerning a variety of issues such as natural resources, privatization of local hot springs and the federal government’s commitment to achieving a balanced budget. Using Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) technology, the… Continue reading Blake Richards MP talks pipelines, budget and hot springs
Since forming at a general educational session in Saskatoon this past November, Idle No More protests by members and non-members of First Nations across the country have been both peaceful and, at times, disruptive. The protest that occurred near Cascade Mall in Banff last weekend was peaceful, however, another in Calgary led to the closure… Continue reading MP responds to Idle No More protest in Banff
A report released by the Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) a few weeks ago has asked Members of Parliament to shut down the current pension scheme that has been creating hoopla in Ottawa. Last week, local MP Brian Storseth said the pensions are only part of a much bigger issue. Read the full story at The… Continue reading $25 billion in pension liabilities on the books, according to MP
After retiring several years ago, St. Paul resident Russell Paziuk decided to play it by ear, literally, and followed his passion while at the same time preserving some of his Ukrainian heritage. Read the full story at The St. Paul Journal.