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77TA wrote: Apr 13th, 2024, 7:21 am And that mess is called "carbon free"...lol...ok
I wonder how much Carbon was generated making all those panels?
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The Green Barbarian wrote: Apr 12th, 2024, 3:15 pm Yes, Alberta is lucky to have her, and especially Alberta children are lucky to have her.

There was a big kerfuffle a few months ago when Danielle announced that Alberta was going to stop giving puberty blockers to children. The Liberals actually thought "ha we got her now!!" and came out guns blazing. The media of course backed the Liberals and the "Danielle Smith hates kids" mantra, but then the polls came out showing that over 70% of Canadians agreed with her.

Despite that, we just had some really stupid Canadian artists and singers sign some document recently calling out Alberta (because it's cool to hate on Alberta, all the time, if you are a brain-dead Leftist in Canada) for their stance on puberty blockers.

WELL!

Guess what???





The Cass Report has come out in the UK, and due to their review, the UK government and the NHS have shut down all puberty blockers being given to kids. Now, google "CBC" and "Cass Report" and see how many stories the CBC has run on this blockbuster news. I think you already know what you'll find.

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The establishment media in Canada can't recognize this news or report it, or risk suffering huge embarrassment for backing Justin and his gang of child-harming Liberal thugs, and even worse and far greater sin for them, they risk making Danielle Smith look good, because....SHE WAS RIGHT.
Yes. Alberta is lucky to have her. Here’s another example.

https://x.com/truenorthcentre/status/17 ... 56185?s=61
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Bsuds wrote: Apr 13th, 2024, 7:34 am
77TA wrote: Apr 13th, 2024, 7:21 am And that mess is called "carbon free"...lol...ok
I wonder how much Carbon was generated making all those panels?
Exactly, and what happens to them in a few years when they need to be replaced ?
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Iamme wrote: Apr 13th, 2024, 8:07 am
Yes. Alberta is lucky to have her. Here’s another example.

https://x.com/truenorthcentre/status/17 ... 56185?s=61
So lucky. It's impossible to work with an environment minister that is a criminal activist unless you're in BC which is full of activist snuggling government representatives.
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77TA wrote: Apr 13th, 2024, 8:19 am Exactly, and what happens to them in a few years when they need to be replaced ?
Life span of 25-50 years. So more than a few but it would be nice if they lasted longer.

Maybe by the time they wear out we will have fusion power.
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"'Peace of mind': Why thousands of British Columbians are leaving for Alberta"

https://calgaryherald.com/news/local-ne ... or-alberta



What happened to all the Anti-Alberta experts on Castanet?

Not long ago they were calling for "Inevitable" NDP provincial election win.


Now the facts start to fall into place, the loudest experts all vanish.....................................

OOOPS!! [icon_lol2.gif]
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raft-cove wrote: Apr 14th, 2024, 9:01 am "'Peace of mind': Why thousands of British Columbians are leaving for Alberta"

https://calgaryherald.com/news/local-ne ... or-alberta
Interesting, and seems to reflect what we're hearing from family and friends considering making the move.
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Alberta has the fastest rising cost of living in Canada as well. Market forces will quickly respond to rising demand for housing and such as the influx continues, after all, business is business. But infrastructure is just one area where Alberta is ill-prepared for a growing population.

https://globalnews.ca/news/10288062/is- ... on-growth/
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Unemployment rate in b.c. is lower and has been consistently lower than in Alberta.
Alberta unemployment was 169,100 in March 2024, up 13.7% over March 2023.

https://www.stats.gov.nl.ca/Statistics/ ... onthly.pdf
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Fortunately for Alberta, their population growth includes those leaving BC and other provinces because they want to work to improve their own and their families' futures, and do not want the products of their work taken from them and used to support bad public policies like "safer supply".

As Alberta becomes a less desirable place to live off taxpayer-supplied drugs etc., we may see an influx of those who want to continue living that lifestyle moving from Alberta to BC.
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Bsuds wrote: Apr 13th, 2024, 8:36 pm
77TA wrote: Apr 13th, 2024, 8:19 am Exactly, and what happens to them in a few years when they need to be replaced ?
Life span of 25-50 years. So more than a few but it would be nice if they lasted longer.

Maybe by the time they wear out we will have fusion power.
50yrs?

This Solar Thermal plant didn't last 5yrs in Medicine Hat.

Liberal Lizards keep dreaming up new ways to waste tax payer's money.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/calgary/ ... -1.7148389

OOOOOPS
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fluffy wrote: Apr 14th, 2024, 9:43 am Alberta has the fastest rising cost of living in Canada as well. Market forces will quickly respond to rising demand for housing and such as the influx continues, after all, business is business. But infrastructure is just one area where Alberta is ill-prepared for a growing population.

https://globalnews.ca/news/10288062/is- ... on-growth/
Vancouver houses $2mm

Calgary houses $600k

OOOOOPS!
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rustled wrote: Apr 14th, 2024, 10:01 am Fortunately for Alberta, their population growth includes those leaving BC and other provinces because they want to work to improve their own and their families' futures, and do not want the products of their work taken from them and used to support bad public policies like "safer supply".

As Alberta becomes a less desirable place to live off taxpayer-supplied drugs etc., we may see an influx of those who want to continue living that lifestyle moving from Alberta to BC.
Alberta toxic drug deaths reach historic high.
https://globalnews.ca/news/10397388/alb ... ns-agency/
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Silverstarqueen wrote: Apr 14th, 2024, 9:58 am Unemployment rate in b.c. is lower and has been consistently lower than in Alberta.
Alberta unemployment was 169,100 in March 2024, up 13.7% over March 2023.

https://www.stats.gov.nl.ca/Statistics/ ... onthly.pdf
Is that why thousands of BC residents are moving to AB?

Wait for all the bankrupt Landlords in BC to hit the social assistance lineup.

Is is ok to $till call it welfare these days?
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fluffy wrote: Apr 14th, 2024, 9:43 am Alberta has the fastest rising cost of living in Canada as well. Market forces will quickly respond to rising demand for housing and such as the influx continues, after all, business is business. But infrastructure is just one area where Alberta is ill-prepared for a growing population.

https://globalnews.ca/news/10288062/is- ... on-growth/
In a recent survey that compared the cost of rent and utilities, Alberta had the highest average monthly cost at $1,279. The Northwest Territories and British Columbia were second and third expensive. The cheapest place was Nunavut with the average monthly rent with utilities only $737. HIgh cost of public transport also in Alberta.

The living wage varies across Alberta. In Calgary, a livable wage is $23.70 and in Edmonton, it is $22.25. However, it is a lot higher in other places. For example, in Canmore, the living wage is $32.75, which is the highest in the province.
Yet min wage is at $15 per hour.
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