Alberta has one-tenth of Canada's population, and almost one-half of all active COVID-19 cases
O'Toole wants an inquest, an internal Conservative caucus review of his leadership of the UCP campaign in the federal elections.With all due respect, Mr O'Toole, inquests are matters for our courts and autopsies are conducted in morgues, and both serve the noble purpose of informing the public. Neither, however, is conducted behind closed-doors by mask-shunning, anti-vaccine so-called freedom defenders. The review of your leadership in the federal elections is straightforward, and denotes your equivocation and prevarication concerning prudent measures to address the pandemic, which results in the necessity for a lot more inquests and autopsies.It is time for you, Mr O'Toole, to summon the courage you lacked as the leader of the Conservative election effort and resign. And, surely the four horsemen of the COVID-19 apocalypse, Messieurs Ford, Goertzen, Moe and Kenney, ought to join you.Thereby, clearing the way for the application of possible rational alternative measures that will allow us, as a nation, to manage the pandemic properly. _ _ _ _ _ _Jason Kenney, the 18th premier of the Province of Alberta, appeared teary-eyed as he acknowledged, albeit reluctantly, the sheer magnitude of his mismanagement of the Covid-19 pandemic response in Alberta. A level of mismanagement that has led to an unprecedented rationing of life-saving medical interventions and procedures that will result inevitably in increased morbidity and premature deaths.