Letter to the Editor: Calgary Regional Partnership jeopardizes Okotoks’ sustainability


Published in the Western Wheel on Feb. 9, 2011: Dear Editor, Truper McBride, the chair of the Calgary Regional Partnership (CRP) is quoted in the Rocky View Weekly this week as saying that for members of the partnership, “residential development densities of between eight and 10 units per acre are non-negotiable.” The former Mayor of … Continue reading Letter to the Editor: Calgary Regional Partnership jeopardizes Okotoks’ sustainability

High noon in Highwood


Published originally on http://www.daveberta.ca on January 10, 2011. A sleeper riding on the outskirts of Calgary, Highwood has more controversy per acre, than bales of hay. For instance, the first thing you might notice about Okotoks, the riding’s largest town, is how the steady convoy of polluting vehicles travelling to and from Calgary at rush … Continue reading High noon in Highwood

Stelmach’s new “Water for the Wife” strategy


The following is a parody...just to be totally clear. Calgary - The Stelmach government is on track with its new "Water for the Wife" strategy and the opening of the new CrossIron Mills Mall in Balzac this week marked its launch. The water plan, previously known as the "Water for Life" strategy, was changed partly … Continue reading Stelmach’s new “Water for the Wife” strategy