Month: November 2018

What Is A Spending Cut?


Calgary City Hall by Michael J on Flickr


Calgary Council claims they have cut $607 million from their budget over the last few years. But, when they say they’ve made “cuts”, they just mean that they increased spending by less than they originally planned to! Here are the actual numbers, from the city’s own documents (2014-2017 actual, 2018-2022 projected): 2014: $3.45 billion 2015: […]

Speech To The No Calgary Olympics Rally


Calgary City Hall by Michael J on Flickr


Good morning everybody and thank you for coming out. My name is Peter McCaffrey, and I’m the President of the Alberts Institute. I have been working to hold City Hall accountable for over four years and let me tell you – I haven’t been surprised by a single thing I’ve seen during this campaign, because […]

No Calgary Olympics Rally


Calgary City Hall by Michael J on Flickr


A rally for Calgary, and against the Olympic Bid, is being held this Saturday, November 10th, at Olympic Plaza (225 8 Ave SE) at 10.30am. Please come along, invite your friends, and show your support for rational public policy. There is a Facebook event you can RSVP to here. Confirmed speakers include: Calgary Councillor Jeromy […]