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Alex Singh Dhaliwal

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Canadian News, Politics & Policy

Former Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall talks Canadian energy

Having served in the past as Saskatchewan’s premier for over a decade, Brad Wall is no stranger to combating western alienation.

Alex Singh Dhaliwal / Aug 19, 2019

Opinion, Politics & Policy

Trudeau is campaigning on the economy, which could be his undoing

At a Thursday rally in Edmonton, Prime Minister Trudeau was seen working the crowd in support for Liberal MP, Amarjeet Sohi.

Alex Singh Dhaliwal / Jul 12, 2019

Opinion

Legalizing prostitution in Canada? Sex workers say yes, but studies say no

On National Indigenous Peoples Day, let’s do better for those affected by this form of modern slavery.

Alex Singh Dhaliwal / Jun 21, 2019

Canadian News, News

Kenney pledges to bring “good jobs” back to Alberta

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney took to the podium at a downtown Calgary luncheon, where he spoke on the United Conservative Plan to renew investor confidence and bring “good jobs” back to the province.

Alex Singh Dhaliwal / Jun 3, 2019

Opinion

Why is the Trudeau government failing to combat growing human trafficking problem?

While the number of traffickers has been on the decline since 2014, the number of trafficked persons has increased.

Alex Singh Dhaliwal / May 20, 2019

Canadian News, News

Nixon: Bighorn Proposal “The worst consultation process that I’ve seen”

The proposal under Alberta’s former NDP Minister Phillips called for $40 million to be dispersed over five years for essential infrastructure and campsites.

Alex Singh Dhaliwal / May 9, 2019

Opinion

The politics of tragedy — where do we draw the line?

What I've come to realize,which some media personalities, politicians, and activists may not admit to, is this: a tragedy is a tragedy is a tragedy. No matter the colour, religion or politics of the victims — their worth does not end where grievances begin.

Alex Singh Dhaliwal / May 3, 2019

Canadian News, News

Tim Uppal Interview: Pipelines, Indigenous consultations, and Trudeau

Tim Uppal, a former Conservative Member of Parliament from 2008 – 2015, spoke with The Post Millennial on the state of Indigenous consultations on energy projects and the delay in building the Trans Mountain pipeline.

Alex Singh Dhaliwal / Apr 25, 2019

Culture

John A. Macdonald statue vandalized again in Montreal

Bending to the will of leftist ideologues is not only an assault on our nation’s beloved democracy but is also a rejection of one simple fact—that we cannot hold views critical of historical figures outside of the context, institutions, and morals of their time.

Alex Singh Dhaliwal / Mar 24, 2019

Opinion

Cindy Ross—Seeking Forgiveness in a Multicultural Society

Admitting to one’s mistakes can be a fruitless endeavour in the face of public outcry. Knowing when to forgive and grant second chances is vital to breathing life into the often-misconstrued values of multiculturalism.

Alex Singh Dhaliwal / Feb 8, 2019

Canadian News, News

Unconfirmed reports suggest Asia Bibi's daughters seeking asylum in Canada

There are unconfirmed reports that Asia Bibi's two daughters have sought asylum in Canada.

Alex Singh Dhaliwal / Jan 23, 2019

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