This week in Edmonton the average price jump at the gas pump was $0.41 per litre. In Calgary it was $0.37.
Fall is here and that means it’s prime time for mom’s taxi driving! It’s minor hockey season and that means a family with a couple of kids in a sport or extracurricular activity can easily find themselves driving five nights per week.
The miles add up and so does the fuel bill, resulting in a big bite out of the average family’s bottom line.
With a provincial election less than a year away, Alberta's NDP government is already trying to capitalize on fuel cost woes and talking about making life more affordable for Albertans by lowering the price of fuel.
That scares me more than the gas prices and today I’ll tell you why and point to the quickest, easiest way to help Alberta families with a little reprieve on their gas bills.
It’s a solution that is already working somewhere else.
When socialists talk about making life more affordable, get ready because that always means that life is going to cost you more.