Nation, the last post on this blog (before this one, of course) was a great piece by Jeremy Zhao entitled (ironically) “The Conversation Deficit That We Must Avoid”. I say ironically, because that post was published nearly 3 months ago.
The future for CalgaryPolitics.com is as yet unwritten – the contributors will be discussing in the coming weeks and months exactly what role this outlet should play in the periods between elections. Without a doubt, there are many things to discuss in a broad subject area like “politics in Calgary” – municipal issues abound, provincial politics continue to generate buzz in this Burg on the Bow, and a federal election featuring the party of Calgary South West MP and Prime Minister Stephen Harper is hotly rumoured. No matter what we choose to do, we will almost certainly use our powers for good.
You’ll notice a new decoration on the top left corner of the blog’s main page – you, and hundreds of readers just like you, saw fit to award this humble project with 3rd place in the 2010 Canadian Blog Awards, in the category of “Best Political Blog”. There will be a post on this honour soon, but suffice it to [...]Read More