Danielle Smith’s Sovereignty Act is like trying to get away with amending the Constitution via a hastily-scrawled Post-it note, flimsily affixed while no one’s looking. Spare a thought for the poor Alberta reporters who have to explain that, on top of their normal work of attempting to make energy policy engaging.
And if 10 years is a long time in the life of a digital media company, how do we describe 20 for an indie magazine?
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