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As Canada ages, immigration expected to keep Alberta's workforce strong for decades - CBC.ca
As Canada ages, immigration expected to keep Alberta's workforce strong for decades  CBC.ca

There have been plenty of warnings about Canada's aging labour force, but a new report suggests the working population in Alberta will remain relatively young ...




UCP leader says 'real tension' lies behind Albertans' support for secession - CBC.ca
UCP leader says 'real tension' lies behind Albertans' support for secession  CBC.ca

The leader of Alberta's United Conservative Party says many people in the province support secession from Canada, based on what he calls "a real tension that ...




?Alberta doesn?t need Canada:? Robertson runs with Alberta Independence Party - Alberta Daily Herald Tribune
?Alberta doesn?t need Canada:? Robertson runs with Alberta Independence Party  Alberta Daily Herald Tribune

Ray Robertson will push for secession and other policies as the Grande Prairie candidate for the Alberta Independence Party (AIP) in the upcoming provincial ...




New political party seeks to have Alberta separate from Canada - Global News
New political party seeks to have Alberta separate from Canada  Global News

Some political parties occasionally have a difficult time trying to find a way to stand out from the other, but that does not appear that it will be a problem for the ...




Omar Khadr's war crimes sentence is finished, Alberta judge rules - CBC News
Omar Khadr's war crimes sentence is finished, Alberta judge rules  CBC News

Former Guantanamo Bay prisoner Omar Khadr has completed his sentence, an Alberta judge ruled Monday.




Exploration Opportunity: ExxonMobil Canada ? South Grant Lands, Alberta - BOE Report
Exploration Opportunity: ExxonMobil Canada ? South Grant Lands, Alberta  BOE Report

Overview: ExxonMobil Canada Resources Company ("ExxonMobil Canada") holds approximately 850000 acres of mineral fee title lands in southern Alberta, ...




'It means there's going to be a lot less money for raising a family': Alberta farmers react to China canola seed ban - Edmonton Journal
'It means there's going to be a lot less money for raising a family': Alberta farmers react to China canola seed ban  Edmonton Journal

A halt by China on the purchase of Canadian canola seed has left Alberta farmers frustrated, out of money and looking for answers.Scott Keller and his family ...




Economy named most important issue to Alberta voters, Vote Compass survey says - CBC News
Economy named most important issue to Alberta voters, Vote Compass survey says  CBC News

The economy has ousted accountability as the top issue for Albertans this election, according to a survey of more than 30000 people across the province.




Canada?s battered oil industry cheering for Alberta?s opposition party in upcoming election - Global News
Canada?s battered oil industry cheering for Alberta?s opposition party in upcoming election  Global News

Canada's battered oil industry is rooting for the opposition in next month's election in energy heartland Alberta, investors said on Wednesday, but a brewing ...




Seven women celebrate life after 100 at Alberta seniors' home - CTV News
Seven women celebrate life after 100 at Alberta seniors' home  CTV News

Seven women living at the same nursing home in Alberta all celebrated living past 100 on Thursday.




Canada's Imperial Oil resumes shipping crude by rail - Reuters Canada
Canada's Imperial Oil resumes shipping crude by rail  Reuters Canada

CALGARY, Alberta (Reuters) - Canadian crude producer Imperial Oil has recently resumed shipping crude oil by rail from its terminal in Edmonton, Alberta, ...




Alberta Muslim Public Affairs Council calls for crackdown on Canadian alt-right groups - Edmonton Journal
Alberta Muslim Public Affairs Council calls for crackdown on Canadian alt-right groups  Edmonton Journal

The Alberta Muslim Public Affairs Council is calling for the paramilitary, anti-Islamic Three Percenters group to be added to the national terror watch list, and for ...




Paleontologists discover world's biggest and oldest Tyrannosaurus rex in Canada - CTV News
Paleontologists discover world's biggest and oldest Tyrannosaurus rex in Canada  CTV News

Paleontologists at the University of Alberta announced on Friday that the world's biggest and oldest Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton was uncovered in ...




Braid: Senate cuts Alberta out of tanker ban hearings in 'unprecedented stampede of stupid' - Calgary Herald
Braid: Senate cuts Alberta out of tanker ban hearings in 'unprecedented stampede of stupid'  Calgary Herald

The Senate committee has rigged these hearings to ensure that most of the testimony comes from coastal supporters of Bill C-48.




Alberta Party promises to double small business tax deduction to $1M - CBC.ca
Alberta Party promises to double small business tax deduction to $1M  CBC.ca

The leader of the Alberta Party says if he's elected premier, he would support job creation in small- and medium-sized businesses by doubling the allowable tax ...




Fog advisories lifted after ?near-zero visibility? in Calgary, parts of central Alberta eases - Global News
Fog advisories lifted after ?near-zero visibility? in Calgary, parts of central Alberta eases  Global News

The city of Calgary and areas to the north of it were placed under a fog advisory Monday night as Environment Canada warned near-zero visibility was expected ...




Twitter Canada releases special ?vote? emoji for Alberta election - Global News
Twitter Canada releases special ?vote? emoji for Alberta election  Global News

WATCH ABOVE: Twitter Canada unveiled a special emoji for Alberta's provincial election on Tuesday
Emily Mertz has the details.




Alberta: Winter refuses to loosen its grip, snow and icy mix - The Weather Network
Alberta: Winter refuses to loosen its grip, snow and icy mix  The Weather Network

Just when it seemed like spring was on the side of the Prairies, a moisture-laden system threatens to spread more snow.




A new poll suggests Alberta is the province that most wants to separate from Canada ? not Quebec - National Post
A new poll suggests Alberta is the province that most wants to separate from Canada ? not Quebec  National Post

Quebec is still the Canadian province most likely associated with wanting to separate from the country, but it appears the separatist furor has shifted west ? to ...




New Blue Bird Dealership in Northern Alberta, Canada - Financial Post
New Blue Bird Dealership in Northern Alberta, Canada  Financial Post

Dynamic Specialty Vehicles Becomes the Largest Bus Dealer in Western Canada with a new facility in Edmonton, Alberta ALBERTA, Canada ? Dynamic ...




Alberta adventurer climbs Canada's tallest frozen waterfall in BC's backyard - Daily Hive
Alberta adventurer climbs Canada's tallest frozen waterfall in BC's backyard  Daily Hive

Professional ice climber Will Gadd just climbed up Canada's tallest waterfall after waiting for nearly three years for the conditions to be right.




Green Party accuses Alberta government of misleading Canadians in Trans Mountain campaign - Global News
Green Party accuses Alberta government of misleading Canadians in Trans Mountain campaign  Global News

Green Party leader Elizabeth May is calling out the Alberta government for what she calls is misleading messaging in the province's "Keep Canada Working" ...




Alberta's election is coming up on April 16
Read this first - The Globe and Mail
Alberta's election is coming up on April 16
Read this first
  The Globe and Mail

Rachel Notley's NDP and Jason Kenney's United Conservatives are vying for control of a province still reeling from an economic downturn and uncertainty in the ...




Alberta's Price-Correcting Plan Backfires | OilPrice.com - OilPrice.com
Alberta's Price-Correcting Plan Backfires | OilPrice.com  OilPrice.com

When Alberta's government announced obligatory oil production cuts last December, it was a desperate attempt to arrest a price slide of the local crude ...




Senate committee to take its review of Bill-C69 to Western Canada - The Globe and Mail
Senate committee to take its review of Bill-C69 to Western Canada  The Globe and Mail

The Senate committee studying the government's bill to overhaul environmental reviews for resource projects is preparing for a western tour that includes two ...




Member of Canadian Armed Forces charged after sexual misconduct allegations in B.C., Alberta - Global News
Member of Canadian Armed Forces charged after sexual misconduct allegations in B.C., Alberta  Global News

The Canadian Armed Forces says one of its members has been charged following allegations of ?a number? of incidents involving sexual misconduct in B.C
and ...




New jobs report says Calgary?s unemployment increased - CTV News
New jobs report says Calgary?s unemployment increased  CTV News

While employment nationwide rose again for the second straight month, the news wasn't quite so rosy here in Alberta and the City of Calgary.




Alberta leads the nation in cannabis stores, retail cannabis sales - CTV News
Alberta leads the nation in cannabis stores, retail cannabis sales  CTV News

In the first months following Canada's legalization of cannabis, the industry has recorded more than $150 million in retail sales with Alberta leading the way ...




Calgary UCP candidate drops out as 'bully' threatens to reveal her social media posts on 'migrant rape crisis' - CBC News
Calgary UCP candidate drops out as 'bully' threatens to reveal her social media posts on 'migrant rape crisis'  CBC News

Another UCP candidate is pulling out of the Alberta election, saying someone outside the party is threatened to release her social media posts about Europe's ...




Central Alberta designer places in the Top 3 at Western Canadian Fashion Week - Red Deer Advocate
Central Alberta designer places in the Top 3 at Western Canadian Fashion Week  Red Deer Advocate

Amanda Valin Preston says dreams are worth chasing.




Finance minister says government consulting with Indigenous groups on Trans Mountain pipeline - CBC News
Finance minister says government consulting with Indigenous groups on Trans Mountain pipeline  CBC News

Canada's finance minister confirmed Monday that the government is consulting with Indigenous groups about their participation with the proposed Trans ...




'A very short, sharp shock': Earthquake rattles central Alberta - CBC News
'A very short, sharp shock': Earthquake rattles central Alberta  CBC News

A 4.6-magnitude earthquake rattled central Alberta Monday morning
The quake occurred about four kilometres southwest of Red Deer at 5:55 a.m., ...




Rachel Notley ranked 6th most favourable premier in Canada - Daily Hive
Rachel Notley ranked 6th most favourable premier in Canada  Daily Hive

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley appears to be gaining favour in Alberta with 40%

favourability when compared to her June 2017 low of just 28%

.




Teachers put sardines on the menu for Alberta election campaign - CBC.ca
Teachers put sardines on the menu for Alberta election campaign  CBC.ca

The Alberta Teachers' Association is putting sardines on the menu during this election campaign
The professional organization representing teachers in the ...




Price impact of ICBC monopoly coming to light following auto insurance comparison with Alberta - MY PG NOW
Price impact of ICBC monopoly coming to light following auto insurance comparison with Alberta  MY PG NOW

The Canadian Tax Payers Federation has a lot to say following an Insurance Bureau of Canada study explaining BC drivers including those in the north could ...




Another quake in Alberta - Canada News - Castanet.net
Another quake in Alberta - Canada News  Castanet.net

A second earthquake in less than a week shook central Alberta on Sunday, although a seismologist notes it occurred in a different geologic region than a quake ...




17 more medals for Alberta at Canada Winter Games - rdnewsnow.com
17 more medals for Alberta at Canada Winter Games  rdnewsnow.com

By the time competition was over, Wednesday was Team Alberta's best day yet at the 2019 Canada Winter Games with a most impressive haul of 17 medals.




Omar Khadr walks out of Edmonton court a free man - Toronto Star
Omar Khadr walks out of Edmonton court a free man  Toronto Star

EDMONTON?Omar Khadr walked out of an Edmonton court Monday a free man
Chief Justice Mary Moreau found that Khadr, between years spent in custody ...




?Please take textured breast implants off the market.? Cancer survivors among Canadians urging FDA hearing to ban devices - Toronto Star
?Please take textured breast implants off the market.? Cancer survivors among Canadians urging FDA hearing to ban devices  Toronto Star

Critics say the health impacts of textured breast implants range from autoimmune-like symptoms including cognitive issues, fatigue and muscle pain to a rare ...




Canada invests $72 million in clean technology for two Alberta companies - MINING.com
Canada invests $72 million in clean technology for two Alberta companies  MINING.com

The federal government has announced plans to invest $72.3 million in clean technology for the Alberta oil and gas sector to address climate change and create ...




Benefits help slash Alberta's child poverty rate - CBC.ca
Benefits help slash Alberta's child poverty rate  CBC.ca

Alberta has seen a dramatic plunge in child poverty rates, driven largely by provincial and federal benefits targeted at low-income families, according to a ...




Promises, promises: Track what Alberta's political parties are vowing to deliver - CBC.ca
Promises, promises: Track what Alberta's political parties are vowing to deliver  CBC.ca

With Albertans heading to the polls this spring, the biggest political players in the province are already vying for your vote.




Three oilsands companies surrender land for new Alberta park to be co-managed with First Nations - The Narwhal
Three oilsands companies surrender land for new Alberta park to be co-managed with First Nations  The Narwhal

The newly established Kitaskino Nuwenëné Wildland Provincial Park will help buffer Canada's endangered Wood Buffalo National Park from industrial ...




Meet Antonio: The mysterious Alberta town nobody's heard of - The Weather Network
Meet Antonio: The mysterious Alberta town nobody's heard of  The Weather Network

Is there a made-up Alberta town on The Weather Network's maps and radar? Over the past few weeks, we've been getting messages from Weather Network ...




13 medals Tuesday for Alberta at Canada Winter Games - rdnewsnow.com
13 medals Tuesday for Alberta at Canada Winter Games  rdnewsnow.com

It was Super Tuesday for Team Alberta at the 2019 Canada Winter Games with home province athletes earning 13 medals (five gold, five silver and three ...




Alberta's OPEC-style oil cut puts a stop to easy money for American refineries - CBC News
Alberta's OPEC-style oil cut puts a stop to easy money for American refineries  CBC News

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley has put a stop to ultra-cheap Canadian oil and robust profits for American refineries, at least for now.




Northern Maine utility sold to Canadian company - CityNews Vancouver
Northern Maine utility sold to Canadian company  CityNews Vancouver

The owner of a Maine utility that serves many of the state's rural and remote regions says it has reached an agreement to sell its interest in the power company to ...




Increase in cannabis use among high school students in Canada after legalization: study - The GrowthOp
Increase in cannabis use among high school students in Canada after legalization: study  The GrowthOp

A recent study has shown an increase in high school students' consumption of the drug immediately preceding federal legalization Oct
17 last year.




Avalanche Canada issues warning for B.C., Alberta mountains - Vancouver Sun
Avalanche Canada issues warning for B.C., Alberta mountains  Vancouver Sun

Avalanche Canada has issued a special public avalanche warning for recreational backcountry users in B.C
and Alberta.The forecasting agency says the ...




Alberta's economic growth to leap from last place in 2019 to country-leading in 2020: Conference Board - CBC.ca
Alberta's economic growth to leap from last place in 2019 to country-leading in 2020: Conference Board  CBC.ca

Alberta will see only mild economic growth in 2019 as the province continues to absorb the effects of oil production cuts and depressed energy investment, but ...




EDITORIAL: The Alberta election matters nationally - Toronto Sun
EDITORIAL: The Alberta election matters nationally  Toronto Sun

For weeks, Canada's political circles have been transfixed by the LavScam scandal engulfing the federal Liberals.Such is the amplitude of the storm in Ottawa, ...




Jason Kenney says UCP would cut Alberta's corporate tax rate to 8%

, the lowest in Canada - CBC.ca
Jason Kenney says UCP would cut Alberta's corporate tax rate to 8%

, the lowest in Canada
  CBC.ca

United Conservative Party Leader Jason Kenney outlined a plan on Monday to reduce the corporate tax rate to 8%

by 2022 if his party forms government, ...




Alberta Liberals promise measures to ease skilled labour shortage - Calgary Herald
Alberta Liberals promise measures to ease skilled labour shortage  Calgary Herald

The Alberta Liberal party says it would look to streamline employment accessibility programs for new Canadians if elected to lead the province on April 16.




3-Minute Thesis competition: Because no one wants a nine-hour elevator pitch - CBC.ca
3-Minute Thesis competition: Because no one wants a nine-hour elevator pitch  CBC.ca

For grad students, it's the ultimate translation challenge: turn research and jargon into plain language with impact
Then deliver it in a three-minute speech.




Canada's Alberta increases crude output limit for May and June - Reuters Canada
Canada's Alberta increases crude output limit for May and June  Reuters Canada

The Canadian oil-producing province of Alberta will increase crude production limits by 25000 barrels per day in May and a further 25000 bpd in June, the ...




Alberta makes the biggest strides as child poverty rates drop across Canada - Toronto Star
Alberta makes the biggest strides as child poverty rates drop across Canada  Toronto Star

CALGARY?There are fewer children living in poverty in Canada than there have been for more than a decade, according to Statistics Canada numbers ...




Alberta?s Kevin Koe back in winner?s circle at Canadian curling championship - Global News
Alberta?s Kevin Koe back in winner?s circle at Canadian curling championship  Global News

For Kevin Koe and Ben Hebert, winning the Canadian men's curling championship a year after missing the medals at the Winter Olympics felt sweet.




Extreme cold warning continues for all of Alberta; dangerous wind chills expected - Calgary Herald
Extreme cold warning continues for all of Alberta; dangerous wind chills expected  Calgary Herald

And you thought February was bad
March is starting out much worse, with Environment Canada issuing extreme cold warnings throughout the province Friday ...




County?s pro-energy resolution receives nearly 100 per cent support by RMA - Sherwood Park News
County?s pro-energy resolution receives nearly 100 per cent support by RMA  Sherwood Park News

Nearly everyone is stepping up to the plate to back the province's energy sector, after Strathcona County's resolution for the province to take a more active ...




Organizers confident Canada Winter Games legacy will live on in Alberta - Global News
Organizers confident Canada Winter Games legacy will live on in Alberta  Global News

The CEO of the 2019 Canada Winter Games says Red Deer is now poised to host more major events in the future.




UCP immigration plan would try to lure 10,000 newcomers a year to rural Alberta - CBC.ca
UCP immigration plan would try to lure 10,000 newcomers a year to rural Alberta  CBC.ca

If the UCP wins Alberta's spring election, Jason Kenney says the party would focus on settling new immigrants in rural areas by giving priority to those who ...




Extreme cold warnings lifted across Alberta ? for now - Global News
Extreme cold warnings lifted across Alberta ? for now  Global News

The extreme cold warnings issued across the province this past weekend were lifted Tuesday morning ? but Albertans are advised to not get used to warmer ...




Alberta?s Koe, Canada?s Gushue unbeaten at 2019 Tim Hortons Brier? - Global News
Alberta?s Koe, Canada?s Gushue unbeaten at 2019 Tim Hortons Brier?  Global News

Alberta's Kevin Koe and defending champion Brad Gushue moved to 3-0 atop Pool B at the Canadian men's curling championship, better known as the Tim ...




Alberta wins women's hockey gold on home ice at 2019 Canada Winter Games - Hockey Canada
Alberta wins women's hockey gold on home ice at 2019 Canada Winter Games  Hockey Canada

RED DEER, Alta
? It was a battle of east vs
west in the women's hockey gold medal game at the 2019 Canada Winter Games, with Alberta taking the top prize ...




Alberta Party says they will push for fluoride in water if elected - CBC.ca
Alberta Party says they will push for fluoride in water if elected  CBC.ca

The Alberta Party said Friday that if elected, the government will place a greater focus on preventative health, including the fluoridation of municipal drinking ...




Giant Amitabha Buddha Statue Raised in Alberta, Canada - Buddhistdoor Global
Giant Amitabha Buddha Statue Raised in Alberta, Canada  Buddhistdoor Global

Devotees and monastics from the Westlock Meditation Centre in Alberta, Canada, last week watched as a golden standing statue of Amitabha Buddha (Skt: ...




Environment Canada calls fog advisory in Calgary - CTV News
Environment Canada calls fog advisory in Calgary  CTV News

Officials have issued a dense fog advisory for the City of Calgary and a number of surrounding communities and advise that travel could be hazardous.




1995 Canada Winter Games time capsule on display at Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and Museum - Red Deer Advocate
1995 Canada Winter Games time capsule on display at Alberta Sports Hall of Fame and Museum  Red Deer Advocate

2019 Canada Winter Games time capsule in the works.




Fog advisory ended - rdnewsnow.com
Fog advisory ended  rdnewsnow.com

UPDATE: The fog advisory issued by Environment Canada on Monday night for much of central Alberta has ended
=== Environment Canada has issued a fog ...




Alberta Party showcases tax credit to get film cameras rolling in province - Calgary Herald
Alberta Party showcases tax credit to get film cameras rolling in province  Calgary Herald

The province will be seeing a lot more lights, action and cameras if the Alberta Party has its way, leader Stephen Mandel said in Calgary on Monday.




Attempt to have Mayor Nenshi kicked out of office rejected by appeal court - CBC.ca
Attempt to have Mayor Nenshi kicked out of office rejected by appeal court  CBC.ca

Former Calgary mayoral candidate and council gadfly Larry Heather has failed to have Mayor Naheed Nenshi kicked out of office
On Tuesday, the Alberta Court ...




Ping! More political texts expected as election season plods on - CBC.ca
Ping! More political texts expected as election season plods on  CBC.ca

Political text messages are popping up on smartphone screens across Alberta
They're entirely legal ways for parties to reach voters, but some Albertans are ...




Canada Winter Games enters second week with new set of sports - LacombeOnline.com
Canada Winter Games enters second week with new set of sports  LacombeOnline.com

Photos and *content* provided by Team Alberta: For full details on everything happening at the 2019 Canada Winter Games, you can click here to go to their ...




No budget before spring election, government hints in Q3 fiscal update - CBC.ca
No budget before spring election, government hints in Q3 fiscal update  CBC.ca

Increases in resource revenue and personal income tax have put Alberta on track to finish the fiscal year with a $6.9-billion deficit, $1.9 billion lower than ...




RCMP take over investigation of United Conservative Party 'irregular financial contribution' allegations - CBC.ca
RCMP take over investigation of United Conservative Party 'irregular financial contribution' allegations  CBC.ca

Alberta's Office of the Election Commissioner has turned over to the RCMP its investigation into allegations of irregular political contributions involving the ...




The last time it was anywhere close to this cold in Calgary in February was 1979 - CBC.ca
The last time it was anywhere close to this cold in Calgary in February was 1979  CBC.ca

March looks set to come in like a lion in Alberta, and then just pretty much stay that way, if the experts are right.




Alberta vows that renewable energy will make up 30%

of power grid by 2030 - Calgary Herald
Alberta vows that renewable energy will make up 30%

of power grid by 2030
  Calgary Herald

In an effort to provide greater investment certainty, The Alberta government has released more details about its plan to have renewable power make up 30 per ...




New UCP candidate under fire for link to Christian group's conversion therapy-style programs - CBC News
New UCP candidate under fire for link to Christian group's conversion therapy-style programs  CBC News

A newly appointed United Conservative Party candidate has come under fire for claims that he promoted religious programming that dealt with "unwanted ...




Alberta discovers that playing OPEC isn?t easy as crude goes from too cheap to too expensive - Financial Post
Alberta discovers that playing OPEC isn?t easy as crude goes from too cheap to too expensive  Financial Post

Trying to fix the crude market has been hard enough for OPEC
Alberta's go at it is proving a bigger challenge than the oil-rich Canadian province anticipated.




Spring 2019: Soaring in west, longer struggle in the east - The Weather Network
Spring 2019: Soaring in west, longer struggle in the east  The Weather Network

Wednesday, March 20th 2019, 12:31 pm - The details on how this temperamental season will play out for your part of Canada, plus the first look at summer 2019 ...




Albertans react to SNC-Lavalin scandal - Global News
Albertans react to SNC-Lavalin scandal  Global News

As the SNC-Lavalin scandal continues to play out in Ottawa, the Liberal Party's already damaged perception in Alberta is taking another hit.




Corbella: Future of Banff skiing threatened in Liberal's budget bill avalanche - Calgary Herald
Corbella: Future of Banff skiing threatened in Liberal's budget bill avalanche  Calgary Herald

Twenty-three little words ? buried in the recent federal Liberal government's 349-page budget bill ? will shrink the amount of space available for Albertans and ...




Alberta immigration proposal could bring 40,000 newcomers to rural communities by 2024 - Canada Immigration News
Alberta immigration proposal could bring 40,000 newcomers to rural communities by 2024  Canada Immigration News

Rural communities around Alberta could get a boost of around 40000 newcomers over the next four years under policies being proposed by the province's ...




Alberta's Canada Winter Games Alpine Athletes - Rocky Mountain Outlook
Alberta's Canada Winter Games Alpine Athletes  Rocky Mountain Outlook

Athletes from across the Bow Valley and throughout Alberta took to the slopes this week at Nakiska, battling for ski supremacy in super G, slalom and giant ...




Alberta man takes emotional 1,200-km bike ride for son who died in Mackenzie River - CBC.ca
Alberta man takes emotional 1,200-km bike ride for son who died in Mackenzie River  CBC.ca

When Laval St
Germain decided to ride his bicycle from Yellowknife to Norman Wells to donate money to a local search and rescue, he knew it would bring up ...




Alberta curling teams off to hot start - rdnewsnow.com
Alberta curling teams off to hot start  rdnewsnow.com

Alberta has had a solid start to the 2019 Canada Winter Games curling competition with both the men's and women's teams opening with strong performances.




Alberta veterinarians vote to ban declawing, ear cropping, tail docking surgeries: ?It?s inhumane? - Global News
Alberta veterinarians vote to ban declawing, ear cropping, tail docking surgeries: ?It?s inhumane?  Global News

Alberta veterinarians have voted to ban medically unnecessary surgical procedures such as removing an animal's claws, ears, tails and vocal cords.




Why campaigns matter, and can ruin pollster's prognostications - CBC.ca
Why campaigns matter, and can ruin pollster's prognostications  CBC.ca

Political insiders know that large portions of the electorate are moveable; they just need a reason to be moved.? Former MP and MLA Brent Rathgeber on the ...




Are Canadian Oil and Gas Stocks Safe to Buy Now? - The Motley Fool Canada
Are Canadian Oil and Gas Stocks Safe to Buy Now?  The Motley Fool Canada

Late last year, we learned that the Alberta government would be imposing production cuts to help boost the price of oil
With a big delta between the price of ...




'It's a matter of choice': Breeders defend surgeries Alberta vets resolved to ban - CBC.ca
'It's a matter of choice': Breeders defend surgeries Alberta vets resolved to ban  CBC.ca

Breeders are pushing back against a resolution from the Alberta Medical Veterinary Association to ban unnecessary surgeries on pets, including ear cropping, ...




Alberta veterinarians call for end to unnecessary surgeries - CBC.ca
Alberta veterinarians call for end to unnecessary surgeries  CBC.ca

Veterinarians in Alberta want to ban surgeries they consider to be unnecessary, such as ear cropping, tail nicking, and declawing.




Toronto City Council 'on notice' over proposed oil lawsuit: Kenney - Edmonton Journal
Toronto City Council 'on notice' over proposed oil lawsuit: Kenney  Edmonton Journal

United Conservative Leader Jason Kenney is putting Toronto City Council on notice.Kenney is upset at a motion by Coun
Mike Layton, who has proposed suing ...




Canadian National to Invest $370M in Alberta Rail Network - Zacks.com
Canadian National to Invest $370M in Alberta Rail Network  Zacks.com

Canadian National's (CNI) capital investments are anticipated to drive growth going forward.




Alberta Narratives Project Wants To Make Climate Change Conversations Easier - HuffPost Canada
Alberta Narratives Project Wants To Make Climate Change Conversations Easier  HuffPost Canada

EDMONTON ? Mentioning climate change can kill a conversation
But a new Alberta project is using the topic to start one ? and is showing people from ...




20 train cars derail between Banff, Alberta and Field, B.C.: TSB - Global News
20 train cars derail between Banff, Alberta and Field, B.C.: TSB  Global News

The Transportation Safety Board of Canada is investigating following a train derailment between Banff, Alta., and Field, B.C., on Thursday.




No charges for Edmonton police officer after punch left man, 65, with serious injury - CBC.ca
No charges for Edmonton police officer after punch left man, 65, with serious injury  CBC.ca

An Edmonton police officer will not face charges after breaking the jaw of a 65-year-old man with a "full force punch to the head" that knocked the victim ...




Corbella: NDP government appoints anti-oil activist to the Alberta Energy Regulator - Calgary Herald
Corbella: NDP government appoints anti-oil activist to the Alberta Energy Regulator  Calgary Herald

Alberta's NDP government has done it again ? it has appointed an enemy of Alberta's oil and gas industry to oversee it, regulate it and advise on it.




Local Speed Skaters wrap up season at Canada West Short Track Championships - Lethbridge News Now
Local Speed Skaters wrap up season at Canada West Short Track Championships  Lethbridge News Now

LETHBRIDGE, AB ? Four speed skaters from the Lethbridge Speed Skating Association wrapped up the 2018-2019 season this past weekend in Grande Prairie.




Climate change politics may defy even the most rational arguments: Don Pittis - CBC News
Climate change politics may defy even the most rational arguments: Don Pittis  CBC News

Private sector group's *fresh* stab at convincing Canadians on the merits of carbon taxes may fall on deaf ears
Don Pittis · CBC News · Posted: Mar 25, 2019 4:00 ...




PHOTOS: 2019 Everest Canadian Senior Curling Championships in Chilliwack - Pentiction Western News
PHOTOS: 2019 Everest Canadian Senior Curling Championships in Chilliwack  Pentiction Western News

Twenty-eight women's and men's teams from across Canada are currently in Chilliwack for the 2019 Everest Canadian Senior Curling Championships at the ...




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