June 30, 2015

#FireDancey UPDATE: Petition, media coverage and more

Rebel Staff

Less than 24 hours ago, we launched FireDancey.ca, calling out the Alberta NDP government for hiring a violent convicted criminal as the Environment Ministry's chief of staff.

So far, more than 4000 people have signed the #FireDancey petition, which demonstrates how angry Albertans are Rachel Notley's government.

But there's more:

A few people in the mainstream media are breaking the cone of silence on this story, but not as many as you might think.

I have a theory about why that is...

If you haven't signed our petition already, watch my original report at FireDancey.ca and join the fight to bring responsibility and accountability to the Alberta provincial government.


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commented 2015-07-02 12:13:48 -0400
Hello Eileen,

I am a very proud Albertan, and when I say Albertan I mean Albertan. My family was in this province before it was even a province. In the past three elections in Alberta. I was witnessing a trend with the voting styles. All over the province expect Edmonton were all voting PC AND WILDROSE. Edmonton on the other hand had elected NDP SEATS. Now I don’t want you get mad, but here is another fact almost all of Edmonton is from out of the province. Everyone who has come to Alberta. For the Alberta advantage, which I think is great. It helps the province grow and more schools are built and more people so when it comes to federal elections we have more seats which also creates more of a voice. The only thing is. A real Albertan would never vote NDP we have seen what they did to Saskatchewan and to British Columbia. You have to remember a joke that is out there, ( what is the largest city in Newfoundland? The answer was Fort McMurray). Now with that even small joke it states that there are a lot of eastern people who haved moved here. Which I said is great. But leave your eastern politics at the border. Then look around at what this province had become. Don’t get me wrong Alberta has issues but we did not deserve this.
commented 2015-07-02 10:40:01 -0400
Eileen, that’s not exactly a fair statement. Sure, I agree that those who did vote for those parties should be eating crow, but what about those who didn’t?
commented 2015-07-01 10:16:21 -0400
Albertans voted in this NDP majority government, so they deserve the government they get! Same thing applies to Ontario!
commented 2015-06-30 22:37:31 -0400
Mainstream media? Politically correct rats and not much more.

The rest are simply cowards.
commented 2015-06-30 21:22:50 -0400
Roger…..your comment is priceless…..love it……I think you should have that framed & sent to Rachel Notley.
commented 2015-06-30 21:17:51 -0400
it use to be business influenced and possibly controlled our MSM, now it is gov’t with big influence, my my how the tables have turned. I wonder whether gov’t is required to balance their ads with all outlets, thus not having any media potentially influenced by their ad dollars or lack of…
commented 2015-06-30 20:25:16 -0400
Where is “what’s his name” the head of the Wild Crazy Party in this soap opera of serial NDP train wrecks courtesy of nutty Notley? If he has hung out the “Do Not Disturb” sign for the duration in the expectation of an easy upcoming win in the next Alberta election, some research on what happened to his underachieving “conservative” counterpart in the last two Ontario elections is in order.
As “Maggie” once said with total logic, “First you win the argument, then you win the election.”
commented 2015-06-30 19:53:26 -0400
What was this guy’s qualification to be a “special advisor” to the NDP government here in Manitoba prior to becoming a "chief of staff” for new NDP regime in Alberta? His resume seems pretty skimpy to say the least.
commented 2015-06-30 18:11:49 -0400
One more reason why the NDP in Alberta will be a one-term wonder. The problem is going to be who will deal with the aftermath…
commented 2015-06-30 17:35:26 -0400
Did he get a pardon? If he did end of story.
commented 2015-06-30 17:30:21 -0400
Is Luka Magnotta a registered NDP? Perhaps they could make him chief of staff of corrections.
commented 2015-06-30 17:09:23 -0400
The insane Marxists will ruin AB and Canada. This is their goal. I don’t know who is worse, angry dumbass Tom or that immature suit with hair JT. They are both losers, in my books. You will not recognize Canada if either loser wins federally. Notely hasn’t got the maturity level of an ant, when it comes to leadership. It’s a ship of fools, drunken fools at that.
commented 2015-06-30 16:42:38 -0400
Bend over Alberta – the enn-dee-pee is driving.
commented 2015-06-30 15:47:29 -0400
Oh Alberta! The Socialist Nutbars are bringing in convicted criminals to help them rule over the peasants! The Socialist Media cannot bring themselves to criticize their “comrades in arms” and remain silent. It’s going to be a rough ride for rank and file in Alberta!