A writer reflects on her Alberta roots.
Cool new public library buildings get attention, but it’s what’s inside that counts
The Notley NDP government record.
Will this be Kenney’s summer of repeals?
Bev Dahlby and Greg Flanagan respectfully disagree.
…won’t get our oil to market.
Ricardo Acuna is executive director of the Parkland Institute, a public policy think tank at the U of A. He is a frequent speaker and commentator on politics and public policy issues in Alberta, and until recently wrote a regular column on provincial politics for Vue Weekly.
Katherine Govier has published 10 novels, three story collections and two anthologies of travel writing. She was born in Edmonton and grew up there and in Calgary, skiing and hiking around Banff. She now divides her time between Toronto and Canmore.
Greg Flanagan is a public finance economist and distinguished research associate at the University of Alberta’s Parkland Institute. He retired after 25 years as a teacher, researcher and administrator in the faculty of management at the University of Lethbridge.
Bev Dahlby is a distinguished fellow in tax and economic growth and Research Director in the School of Public Policy at U of C. He has a Ph.D in economics from the London School of Economics and publishes extensively on tax policy and fiscal federalism.
By Jocelyn Reid, 2018.