Public health care is a vital current in our civil society, and it's a big issue in the Alberta election campaign.The second of our special election policy briefs uses the results of our firm's mapping of Albertan values regarding health care, to illuminate a clear path forward.
March 21, 2012
'Playing our ACE for A Clean Energy Future' is the first of the six policy briefs that Cambridge aims to develop to promote an engaging and meaningful conversation before the spring elections. This brief explores the possiblility of developing an Albertans owned public company 'Alberta Clean Energy' to generate individual wealth and boost Alberta as a clean energy power.
March 14, 2012
Canada’s free trade negotiation with India is a great chance for Alberta to open new frontiers for our goods and services, writes Satya Brata Das
February 29, 2012
Alberta's 2012 budget is a return to the activist days of Peter Lougheed, and a sharp turn away from Ralph Klein's philosophy. Alberta is more than free of debt: it has significant assets. These assets have grown from $1.15 billion in 1996 to about $45 billion today, comments Satya Das.
February 10, 2012
The U.S. rejection of the Keystone XL pipeline is hardly the catastrophe pessimists foresee. Alberta can take practical steps to secure new markets for its oil, and the cleaner energy technologies oil wealth can fund.
November 23, 2011
Cambridge Strategies Inc. writes about two important factors: developing communities and upgrading literacy in Alberta to promote the Province's socio-economic and cultural environment.
October 26, 2011
Cambridge Strategies Inc. writes how the new Premier can take Alberta into a new era.
October 10, 2011
Cambridge Strategies Inc. looks at health care in Alberta in the second of its regular series of policy briefs.
September 27, 2011
Alberta is morally obliged to fund a green future for the planet with the $15 trillion wealth of the oil sands, argues Cambridge Strategies Inc. Founder and Principal Satya Brata Das
September 13, 2011