Our flight from Africa landed at the Edmonton airport in the midst of a February snowstorm. Tarmac lighting illuminated horizontal gusts of snow that vanished into the cold night. My parents, [...]
By 2050 somehow we’ll need to feed 10 billion humans while also having reduced the vast harms of food production, not least its water pollution, deforestation and contributions to climate change. [...]
By Evan Osenton
This book offers some radical points of view—if the year were 1980. Sadly for the editors of this collection of grievance-filled essays, that was more than 40 years ago. In 2021 Jack Mintz, Ted [...]
Poised on the side of Tunnel Mountain with fabulous views up the Bow Valley, the Banff Centre is not only spectacularly located but is also one of Alberta’s most internationally recognizable [...]
The rise of the right-wing, authoritarian populist movements across the Western world owes much to the support of rural citizens who are increasingly feeling left behind economically and culturally and are eager to overturn the status quo. I’ve been thinking about the plight of rural Alberta in this context, partly ...
Karen Kerr, the president of Edmonton Atheists and co-founder of Alberta Secular Conference says no. In Canada many charities and other non-profits, including churches and religious groups, are tax-exempt if they are deemed to create public benefit. The exemption is premised on the idea that they provide a public good. However ...