Lucas Redekop

  • Public Utilities Board should allow hydro rate hike

    The Public Utilities Board (PUB) recently denied Manitoba Hydro’s request for a rate hike.

  • Another one bites the dust?

    The debate on the importance of Crown corporations reached epic proportions this fall with the dismantling of the Canadian Wheat Board (CWB), which was a Crown corporation until 1998.

  • Cohabitation or animosity?

    Although cyclists and bus riders often share similar concerns such as environmental awareness and financial savings, the relationship between the two can be at times strained.

  • Goodbye Autobins: Winnipeggers have to own their garbage

    If there is one physical symbol that stands against all arguments in favour of socialism, it’s the Autobin. Autobins hold out in the places where socialist ideals still linger, such as Wolseley, West Broadway and the North End.

  • Building the taxes

    One issue that was conspicuously absent from the provincial election debate was the possible introduction of the Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) in Manitoba.

  • One at a time

    As many of you know, rental housing in Winnipeg is hard to find – and good, affordable housing is even harder.