March 29,2020 Independence Party of Alberta Announces Changes to The Annual General Meeting Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, our concern for the health of our members and government regulations, the Independence Party of Alberta will be changing the Annual General Meeting on April 4, 2020. Instead of an in person meeting in Red Deer (Springbrook) as previously communicated, we will now be holding an online AGM. All members in good standing have received an email to the email account on record with the party with more details and instructions to RSVP for this meeting. Further instructions will be sent out prior to the meeting to all who RSVP. In these difficult times we believe that the safety of our members is the first priority and although some will be disappointed that they are not able to attend an AGM in person, we believe this is for the best as we join the people of Alberta to fight the spread of Covid-19. We hope that you will understand and support our decision as the most responsible for all involved. We are Albertan
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Independence Party of Alberta Rises to #3 with voters in Alberta. Continue reading
NOTICE: Independence Party of Alberta - Postpones All Townhalls The Independence Party of Alberta announces the postponement of our townhalls in Alberta due to Covid-19. The health of Albertans is our priority. We will restart townhalls once the outbreak has passed. Follow us on Twitter for updates. Be safe & please help those who need it most.
PRESS RELEASE: WELCOME ALL SOVEREIGNTISTS The Independence Party of Alberta is openly inviting all sovereigntist movements, activists, advocacy groups and political action groups (PACS) and their members to join forces with the only registered separatist Party in Alberta. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE: TECK FRONTIER MINE DEBACLE The Independence Party demands the UCP provincial government support our call for an immediate referendum on separation to stop the negative impact that the punitive policies of the federal government are having on the lives of Albertans. Continue reading
We send our sincere condolences to all families and friends who have been affected by the recent UIA flight - 752 disaster. 176 people tragically lost their lives, Sixty-three of which were Canadians, thirty being from our province alone. Thoughts and prayers are with you all during this time of sorrow from all of us at the Alberta Independence Party.
A hundred and fifty years ago the many peoples of Ruperts Land were sold to Canada along with the land, resources, and their growing industry. When Canada met resistance Canadians used pointy rifles and short ropes for long falls until people fell in line, or just fell. There was no vote, there were lies and broken promises. The West and North was never meant to be anything more than a colony of Canada. Western Provinces and the NWMP were created to separate and control. Today Western Canada is still a colony. The West struggles under different rules and different representation than Canada the province (Southern Ontario and Southern Quebec). As a colony the West has to pay more and get less in return. Less support for our people, industry, cultures, hopes and dreams. In Confederation the West will always be poorer, will never be allowed to develop because Canada knows that Ruperts Land with it's many resources, including historical ocean ports on Hudson Bay, would be a rival to Canada economically and politically. I believe we can have a new and better relationship with Canada but to be treated as an adult in that relationship we must first leave home and take on adult responsibilities. The Alberta Independence Party has a key role to play in making a better future, a better relationship with Canada. I would encourage all Canadians to help and support this new future and the AIP.
The Alberta Independence Party (“AIP”) Responds to the Canadian Federal Election Results and Charts Its Path to Independence CALGARY, ALBERTA (October 23, 2019) – The Alberta Independence Party would like to congratulate and acknowledge the Alberta blue wave rejection of the federal government and its policies over the last 4 years, and looks forward to supporting and encouraging both the Alberta Government and Alberta MPP’s to fight for the economic and social wellbeing of all Albertans. Continue reading