Canada is a deeply divided country. Western alienation is at its worst point in our history and for a the first time, separation has become a digestible idea to many Canadians. Alberta is particularly alienated as it serves as the province that contributes a great deal to the country's economy, but is often not treated with respect.
The energy sector is seemingly a major component of the alienation. Albertans are losing their jobs in oil and gas due to environmental goals set by the Trudeau Liberals. Nonetheless, while Albertans are seemingly stifled due to their "draconian" sources of energy, Canada continues to import Saudi oil and urban Liberal Torontonians can't tell the difference.
As a westerner myself, I want to better understand why Alberta is cancelled by the Laurentian population and what we can do to unify this country.
Born and raised in Alberta, Cory is a prominent voice among provincial politics. He was one of the founding members of the Wildrose Party in Alberta, as well as someone who spent two decades in the energy sector, working as a petrochemical surveyor.
Cory is an Albertan to his core and he is someone who is an expert in the current alienation occurring between west and central Canada.
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