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Alberta votes against equalization in a province-wide referendum

Politics Internal for October 20, 2021: A vote against equality; The new mayors of Calgary and Edmonton; The Green Party is making cuts

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Alberton residents voted Monday in a statewide referendum calling for the removal of the balanced system (a federal jurisdiction) from the constitution, and the results will not be known until another week. It seems to have passed. Lawyers say this should lead to a reform of the program Postal reports.

Kevin EasyThe Alberta Director of the Canadian Taxpayers’ Association described the referendum as “the largest and most important constitutional referendum” since the 1992 Charlottes Treaty failed. They no longer take advantage and the results show it The Alberts want to stand up and see a difference, ”Lacey told the National Post.

Baby Step Only: Political scientist Barry Cooper Says to Hill Times The next step should be a referendum on independence.

Not a big deal: Other political scientists say they will vote There is no legal burden And Ottawa will not be forced to do anything.

Professor Eric Adams, a constitutional law expert at the University of Alberta, said that “a change in the constitution requires something close to a consensus across Canada.” “I think it’s no surprise to anyone that an agreement has been reached on equating Alberta. I do not think it will change.”

Muddy water: in the Globe, Andrew coin Fun argues The rest of Canada said the vote should be ignored.

Moreover, Alberta’s results are “clear” but nothing. Not only could the majority not exceed 50 percent, but the meaning of the vote was greatly muddied by the Prime Minister. Jason KennyIt emphasized that it was not about the issue of the ballot paper that someone had put in it, but about giving Alberta the “advantage” to change the program.

Again, this is enough for the rest of Canada to ignore the result. It is one thing to hold a referendum on a clear demand for a definite constitutional change, but its sponsors demand that a referendum that is publicly and repeatedly described as a giant fool be ignored.

Focus on the seats: in the Calgary Herald, Rob Brockenridge Argues convincingly Adding three seats to the House of Commons for Alberta, which is not permanently represented, would do much more than get a referendum on Alberta gaining power in Ottawa.

New mayors: Edmonton and Calgary New mayors were also electedThey are both first generation Canadians with Punjabi heritage.

Vaccination Order for Hill: The Internal Economic Board (CEB) has decided that MPs should be vaccinated to enter Parliament premises. reports. Do some Conservatives oppose it? There is reason to be surprised. those Western standard Equates to offline ones To Soviet spies.

Green job cuts: The Green Party fires staff as the CP tries to shave the party’s brass costs reports. Furthermore, Anonymous Paul is still the leader, Obviously.

Paul, who announced her resignation last month, has been at the forefront of discussions with green executives about compensation for costs incurred in legal battles with the party, sources said.

NB Mount removes: Blaine Higgs government expels Assistant Commissioner New Brunswick Mountain Larry Trimble, Jack Poitrus reports For CBC. Minister of Public Security Ted Fleming Wrote to the Commissioner Brenda Lucky In July, he called for change and a higher priority for drug crime.

How they lost: Defeated CPC MP James Cumming The party is preparing to look into how Torres lost votes to both the PPC and the NDP as part of a review of the recent election for the CP. reports. “Everywhere you look today, the tide of protectionist sentiment is flowing. PPC will represent some of them. We saw it in Alberta Significant voting bloodshed for the NDP, Then it’s a completely different situation … In each case we have to look at where we should and should not have done and based on driving that analysis, we have to have a better understanding from area to area. The dynamics are in that vote. ”

– Stephen Maher




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