People who oppose the Lethbridge supervised consumption site care more about ideology than they do facts.
Jason Kenney has 19 political staffers who make over $100,000 a year. The highest makes over $224,000, which works out to nearly $20,000 a month. The lowest paid of those 19 makes over $114,000; that’s nearly $10,000 a month. Title Annual salary Principal Secretary $224,137.94 Executive Assistant to the Premier $114,559.38 Premier’s Speechwriter $149,425.38 Caucus […]
The majority of workers in Lethbridge can’t afford the average cost of rent.
Billionaires end up with billions because they exploit others, or they were fortunate to receive an influx of startup capital. Or both.
The local media can’t be bothered with reporting the truth. Or at least not all of it.
Racism isn’t really about the colour of our skin. It’s about power.
I decided to try a new feature here on my blog a few months ago: my most popular social media posts. Well, here’s the 6th instalment:
In January, the provincial government announced that they would be moving towards performance-based funding for post-secondary institutions.
The study blew up on social media, with traditional media framing it as crime and “social disorder” being on the rise since the SCS opened. However, there are a couple of findings that I thought were important to highlight.
Vegan food either requires more money than animal-based foods or more time. And that’s assuming you even have access to a grocery store that carries plant-based alternatives to meat.