Herman Anderson hated paying taxes. He railed against government greed his entire adult life, calling the nation’s rate of taxation criminal and unfair. But on May 4th, Anderson had the last laugh.
Alberta’s Progressive Conservative Party is considering switching to the federal Liberal-styled open nomination process after the loss of their star candidate and former Wildrose leader Danielle Smith.
Dear whitish semi-translucent somewhat curdish looking substance, freeloading between my left and right baby toes and their respective next-door neighbours:
Now look—I consider myself a patient man. Not Ghandi patient, or even Mandela patient, but certainly more than Kanye patient or Alec Baldwin patient. But your persistent and unwarranted existence is really becoming a source of irritation, both in a physically literal and a more abstract psychological sense. In no uncertain terms, I am demanding that you shove off immediately.
Above: The best time to help someone with ALS is anytime they’re least expecting it.
A Calgary man has been arraigned on charges after performing the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
Now let’s just dismiss your first point of contention right away by saying that the fact that you are reading these non-words in a non-existent letter does not in any way, shape or form constitute some kind of proof that they were written by me, and therefore I must exist.
An Alberta man is suing his former East Vancouver neighbourhood for refusing to acknowledge the ironic ethos behind his 1970s moustache.
DJ McSweeney – now known as Bradley Brummond of Medicine Hat – launched a Defamation of Character lawsuit Wednesday, alleging that the defendants, a group of political progressives known as “The Hipsters” – engaged in “willful and repeated efforts to make him feel sad, old and uncool.”
Gill Renner of Fort McMurray, AB is an avid Twitter user with a problem.
“People seem to like my content, so I can’t complain too much, but they just don’t share it with anyone,” he says. “They give it a star, so I know they liked it, and they know they liked it, but no-one else gets a chance to like it because they never retweet me. It’s so frustrating.”
CALGARY—Faced with serious concerns by many Canadians and challenges raised by the opposition parties to the Harper Government plan to annex the North Pole, the Chancellor of the Right himself granted a rare public speaking engagement during a rally at the RightStadt’s Calgary… Continue Reading
ALBERTA—Canmore resident Shirley Best is marching to the beat of her own drum. After years of struggling with who to name as an emergency contact, she finally settled on her cat.
“It got to the point where every time an emergency contact request came up, I was either changing the information or wondering whether I could ask the guy at the corner store to call my parents if I died tragically.” Best paused to stroke her orange tabby, Oscar. “Seemed easier to give the name of my cat. Plus, he’s way more reliable than my last boyfriend.”
CALGARY—Canadian politicians, accustomed to showing up at Pride parades every summer to wave, smile and make people of all sexual persuasions equally uncomfortable by running stupidly with spray guns run the risk of becoming complacent, warn LGBT advocates.