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'Canada's Best Restroom' contests pits an Alberta gas station against Toronto, Vancouver eateries - TheSpec.com
'Canada's Best Restroom' contests pits an Alberta gas station against Toronto, Vancouver eateries  TheSpec.com

EDMONTON?Just off Alberta's Highway 881, in the hamlet of Lac La Biche, an unassuming Shell station has picked up a steady stream of traffic in recent ...




Fears grow about renewed wild horse culls in Alberta as contraceptive experiment ends - CBC News
Fears grow about renewed wild horse culls in Alberta as contraceptive experiment ends  CBC News

Volunteers quietly track throngs of wild horses through the rugged mountain passes of western Alberta
Armed with dart guns, they search for the mares among ...




Lac La Biche unveils largest feather sculpture in Alberta - CBC.ca
Lac La Biche unveils largest feather sculpture in Alberta  CBC.ca

In the centre of a traffic circle in Lac La Biche, a swirling steel feather soars 30 feet into the sky
The status may be the largest feather sculpture in Alberta, maybe ...




Royal Flush? ?Canada?s Best Restroom? contests pits an Alberta gas station against eateries in Toronto and Vancouver - Toronto Star
Royal Flush? ?Canada?s Best Restroom? contests pits an Alberta gas station against eateries in Toronto and Vancouver  Toronto Star

EDMONTON?Just off Alberta's Highway 881, in the hamlet of Lac La Biche, an unassuming Shell station has picked up a steady stream of traffic in recent ...




Where to live in Alberta: Canada's best communities 2019 - Macleans.ca
Where to live in Alberta: Canada's best communities 2019  Macleans.ca

There are just three Alberta cities that cracked the top 50 of the Best Communities ranking.




Frost advisories issued for various parts of Alberta on Friday - Global News
Frost advisories issued for various parts of Alberta on Friday  Global News

Environment Canada issued a number of frost advisories for parts of Alberta on Friday afternoon.




Housing In Alberta Has Gotten So Bad People Are Renting Rooms For Chores Instead Of Cash - Narcity
Housing In Alberta Has Gotten So Bad People Are Renting Rooms For Chores Instead Of Cash  Narcity

The sad reality of the current real estate market in Canada is that renting is the new owning
The fact of the matter is that the Canadian real estate market may be ...




Edmonton, "It's Our Turn!": Jollibee to Open First Store in Alberta, Canada on August 16 - Canada NewsWire
Edmonton, "It's Our Turn!": Jollibee to Open First Store in Alberta, Canada on August 16  Canada NewsWire

Massive lines expected on opening day EDMONTON, Alberta, Aug
9, 2019 /CNW/ -- After much anticipation, popular fast-food restaurant Jollibee is celebrating.




NDP say flurry of Alberta board appointments a return to 'culture of cronyism' - CBC.ca
NDP say flurry of Alberta board appointments a return to 'culture of cronyism'  CBC.ca

The press releases were coming fast and furious Friday morning as the Alberta government announced new board appointments for many provincial agencies.




Alberta government cancels partnership with teachers? association - Global News
Alberta government cancels partnership with teachers? association  Global News

The Alberta government has cancelled a partnership with the Alberta Teachers' Association (ATA) on provincial curriculum development.




Mortgages in arrears in Alberta hit highest rate since 2013 - CBC.ca
Mortgages in arrears in Alberta hit highest rate since 2013  CBC.ca

More and more Albertans are falling behind on their mortgage payments, according to new numbers from the Canadian Bankers Association
The rate of ...




Moraine Lake, Alberta, Canada - Photo of the Day - Havana Times
Moraine Lake, Alberta, Canada - Photo of the Day  Havana Times

Glacier-fed Moraine Lake in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada
By Jeannie P
(Quebec, Canada)
Camera: iphone 6.




10 places to stay for a unique Alberta experience - Canada.com
10 places to stay for a unique Alberta experience  Canada.com

There are a lot of iconic places to stay in Alberta: many travellers are familiar with the grandeur of the Banff Springs Hotel, the downtown elegance of Calgary's ...




Top categorized climbs in Alberta - Canadian Cycling Magazine
Top categorized climbs in Alberta  Canadian Cycling Magazine

Big climbs in the Canadian Rockies and shorter ascents in the foothills make the wild rose province a great place to ride.




Panelists on government minimum wage review have strong ties to industry groups - CBC.ca
Panelists on government minimum wage review have strong ties to industry groups  CBC.ca

Labour and Immigration Minister Jason Copping announced a panel to review the minimum wage in Alberta on Thursday
(Jocelyn Boissonneault/CBC).




Critics warn of 'totally unacceptable' risk to humans after meat from 21 tainted elk herds enters food supply - CBC News
Critics warn of 'totally unacceptable' risk to humans after meat from 21 tainted elk herds enters food supply  CBC News

Elk meat from 21 herds where chronic wasting disease was found were released into Canada's food supply over the last five years, CBC News has learned.




Canada to fund Indigenous groups energy projects in BC and Alberta - Energeticcity.ca
Canada to fund Indigenous groups energy projects in BC and Alberta  Energeticcity.ca

OTTAWA ? The federal government is providing up to $6 million in funding to help Indigenous communities in British Columbia and Alberta increase their ...




Alberta farmers, workers weigh in as safety laws are rewritten - CBC News
Alberta farmers, workers weigh in as safety laws are rewritten  CBC News

Alberta's agriculture minister is touring the province to consult farmers and workers ahead of new fall legislation
The previous NDP government brought in the ...




'We're not open for business': Calgary financier not surprised at Koch's exit from Alberta oilsands - CBC.ca
'We're not open for business': Calgary financier not surprised at Koch's exit from Alberta oilsands  CBC.ca

An investment analyst in Calgary says the only thing that surprises him about the the billionaire Koch brothers pulling out of the oilsands business is that they ...




Severe thunderstorm warnings lifted across Alberta on Wednesday night - Global News
Severe thunderstorm warnings lifted across Alberta on Wednesday night  Global News

A number of areas in southern and central Alberta were issued a severe thunderstorm warning on Wednesday afternoon.




Halifax-themed restaurant satisfying East Coast cravings out West - CBC.ca
Halifax-themed restaurant satisfying East Coast cravings out West  CBC.ca

An Alberta restaurant serving East Coast favourites is striking a chord with Atlantic Canadians and Western Canadians alike ? and it has plans to keep ...




First prison supervised consumption site coming to Alberta - CityNews Montreal
First prison supervised consumption site coming to Alberta  CityNews Montreal

A corrections officers union plans to tour Canada's only supervised consumption site inside a prison, hoping it can be a model rolled out across the country.




Oil lobby breaks tradition to register as third party in federal election - Edmonton Journal
Oil lobby breaks tradition to register as third party in federal election  Edmonton Journal

The lobby group that represents Canada's oil sector has registered for the first time as a political third party, stepping up its advocacy efforts ahead of October's ...




'Chandeliers on the ceiling': This Alberta gas station could win Canada's Best Restroom contest - CBC.ca
'Chandeliers on the ceiling': This Alberta gas station could win Canada's Best Restroom contest  CBC.ca

The Beaver Hill Shell station in Lac La Biche, Alberta, is not your typical gas station ? serving up thin-crust pizza made from scratch, and other culinary delights.




Alberta suspects lead Mounties on chase before their capture in Camrose - Canada.com
Alberta suspects lead Mounties on chase before their capture in Camrose  Canada.com

CAMROSE, Alta
? Mounties from the Wetaskiwin, Alta., detachment had their hands full early Saturday morning tracking down two robbery suspects
They say ...




Alberta allows auto insurers to issue 'pink cards' in digital form - CBC.ca
Alberta allows auto insurers to issue 'pink cards' in digital form  CBC.ca

Alberta is following the lead of two other Canadian provinces and allowing auto insurers to provide proof of insurance that drivers can carry on their ...




Massive wildfire season has Alberta seeking review of prevention, response strategies - CBC.ca
Massive wildfire season has Alberta seeking review of prevention, response strategies  CBC.ca

Wildfires in Alberta have burned through more land in 2019 than any year in the past four decades, according to data from Alberta Wildfire
Now the Alberta ...




Alberta, Saskatchewan say they have no plans to put anti-carbon tax stickers on pumps - CBC News
Alberta, Saskatchewan say they have no plans to put anti-carbon tax stickers on pumps  CBC News

Ontario's Progressive Conservative government has set Aug
30 as a deadline for stations to have the stickers posted or face fines of up to $10000 a day.




3 days outside: Edmonton Jollibee's 1st customer already in line - CBC.ca
3 days outside: Edmonton Jollibee's 1st customer already in line  CBC.ca

A new Filipino fast-food restaurant in Edmonton has been the source of much buzz and media attention, but the man who has been camped outside the ...




Fortunate Son brings complex draft-dodging drama to southern Alberta filming locations - CBC.ca
Fortunate Son brings complex draft-dodging drama to southern Alberta filming locations  CBC.ca

Kari Matchett says playing Ruby Howard in the forthcoming CBC/NBC collaboration of Fortunate Son, an eight-episode spy drama, was a dream role.




Telus customers' blood boiling after two days of email outage - CTV News
Telus customers' blood boiling after two days of email outage  CTV News

Telus customers in Western Canada are taking to social media to vent their frustration after the company's email *service* has been disabled for the past two days.




Jollibee opens in Edmonton to enthusiastic crowd - CTV News
Jollibee opens in Edmonton to enthusiastic crowd  CTV News

Dozens of people lined up in a parking lot in south Edmonton on Friday to be one of the first to try the new Jollibee restaurant.




Details of Serenity's injuries were false, guardians claim in court documents - CBC News
Details of Serenity's injuries were false, guardians claim in court documents  CBC News

Medical reports leaked to the media about Serenity's injuries were erroneous and inaccurate, the guardians claim in response to a $1.6-million lawsuit filed by ...




Alberta judge throws out Karlheinz Schreiber lawsuit against federal government - CityNews
Alberta judge throws out Karlheinz Schreiber lawsuit against federal government  CityNews

EDMONTON ? An Alberta judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by Karlheinz Schreiber in 1997 in which the German-Canadian businessman alleged he had ...




The Founder Of "Wexit Alberta" Is Touring The Province This Month To Drum Up Separatist Supporters - Narcity
The Founder Of "Wexit Alberta" Is Touring The Province This Month To Drum Up Separatist Supporters  Narcity

After some Albertans have expressed interest in separation from Canada, Wexit, a separatist association has formed and is hoping to gain the support needed to ...




Alberta invites 471 Express Entry candidates with CRS scores as low as 303 to apply for provincial nomination - Canada Immigration News
Alberta invites 471 Express Entry candidates with CRS scores as low as 303 to apply for provincial nomination  Canada Immigration News

Two provincial nomination draws have paved a pathway for Express Entry candidates seeking opportunity in the province of Alberta? Canada's west-most ...




Father of 10-year-old killed in Alberta crash says family's recovery will be long - CBC.ca
Father of 10-year-old killed in Alberta crash says family's recovery will be long  CBC.ca

The father of a 10-year-old boy who was killed in a crash on an Alberta highway last week says his wife and two surviving children remain in hospital, where they ...




If Alberta Is The Front Line Of Climate Change, Young People Are In The Trenches - HuffPost Canada
If Alberta Is The Front Line Of Climate Change, Young People Are In The Trenches  HuffPost Canada

In the heart of oil and gas country, meet the young people behind a movement.




Oilsands firms considering diluent recovery units to increase crude by rail volumes - Global News
Oilsands firms considering diluent recovery units to increase crude by rail volumes  Global News

Ongoing pipeline project delays and growth in crude-by-rail capacity from Western Canada are leading some oilsands producers to consider spending billions ...




'We consider ourselves at this point to be lucky': Central Alberta school damaged by roof fire - CBC.ca
'We consider ourselves at this point to be lucky': Central Alberta school damaged by roof fire  CBC.ca

Neighbours say they saw clouds of black smoke coming from Central High Sedgewick Public School at around 8 p.m
Wednesday.




Rainfall warnings issued in northern Alberta, some areas could get 75 mm of rain by Saturday - Global News
Rainfall warnings issued in northern Alberta, some areas could get 75 mm of rain by Saturday  Global News

A rainfall warning was issued for a number of areas in northern Alberta on Thursday afternoon, with some areas told to brace for the possibility of as much as 75 ...




CFIA says no meat from latest infected deer herds has entered Canada's food supply - CBC News
CFIA says no meat from latest infected deer herds has entered Canada's food supply  CBC News

A third case of chronic wasting disease (CWD) in 2019 has been confirmed at a Canadian deer farm, and advocates fear servings of infected meat may have ...




Watch: Dream-like deplaning in Alberta captured by Canadian flight attendant - CTV News
Watch: Dream-like deplaning in Alberta captured by Canadian flight attendant  CTV News

Westjet flight attendant Louise Vadeboncoeur has captured an unusually orderly deplaning from a flight that proves the process can be stress-free.




Kenney pledges 'I will never give up on Canada' while stoking Alberta separatist sentiment - rabble.ca
Kenney pledges 'I will never give up on Canada' while stoking Alberta separatist sentiment  rabble.ca

Maybe Canada needs a Clarity Act for pollsters' questions intended to gauge the level of support for provincial secession from Canada
The Clarity Act, of course ...




Ghost town: Alberta community transforms for Ghostbusters 2020 shoot - CBC.ca
Ghost town: Alberta community transforms for Ghostbusters 2020 shoot  CBC.ca

Red, white and blue banners line the main street of Fort MacLeod as the red and white maple leaf flag can be seen waving in the background
The town is the ...




Alberta teen fast-pitch player defies disease - Global News
Alberta teen fast-pitch player defies disease  Global News

Alberta fast pitch player Paige Simpson is proving despite living with a chronic disease, she ?can still follow her dream to be a high level athlete.




Environment Canada confirms tornado touched down in central Alberta on Wednesday - Global News
Environment Canada confirms tornado touched down in central Alberta on Wednesday  Global News

UPDATE: Environment Canada confirmed on Friday that two tornadoes touched down in the area on Wednesday
For more details, visit our latest story.




Oilsands companies boost Q2 net incomes by $2 billion thanks to Alberta tax cuts - CBC News
Oilsands companies boost Q2 net incomes by $2 billion thanks to Alberta tax cuts  CBC News

The Alberta government's move to cut corporate taxes from 12 to eight per cent has added more than $2 billion to second-quarter net incomes of major oilsands ...




Western Canada: Alberta in the midst of a syphilis outbreak, experts unclear exactly why - The Globe and Mail
Western Canada: Alberta in the midst of a syphilis outbreak, experts unclear exactly why  The Globe and Mail

Alberta is newly facing a very old health crisis
Justin Giovannetti reported this week that Alberta health officials have declared the province is in the midst of an ...




Western Canada: Royal BC Museum might be getting a makeover as CEO says there is a need to ?rewrite the story of British Columbia? - The Globe and Mail
Western Canada: Royal BC Museum might be getting a makeover as CEO says there is a need to ?rewrite the story of British Columbia?  The Globe and Mail

Good morning
Wendy in Vancouver here
Provincial museums are meant to tell a province's story to its people and to those who visit from elsewhere
But they ...




Glacier garbage disappoints mountaineers exploring Jasper's Columbia Icefield - CBC News
Glacier garbage disappoints mountaineers exploring Jasper's Columbia Icefield  CBC News

Driving through Banff or Jasper, you might see the occasional piece of litter on the side of the highway, but a pair of mountaineers were surprised last weekend ...




Some Albertans feel they have more in common with Americans than Canadians - Red Deer Advocate
Some Albertans feel they have more in common with Americans than Canadians  Red Deer Advocate

For some Albertans, it comes down to Trump or Trudeau and Montreal or Montana.




Supercell Swirls Above Alberta, Canada - The Weather Channel
Supercell Swirls Above Alberta, Canada  The Weather Channel

A dramatic supercell thunderstorm swirling above southern Alberta, Canada, was captured in an incredible timelapse
More Videos ...




Heat warning remains in effect for much of Alberta, including Edmonton - Global News
Heat warning remains in effect for much of Alberta, including Edmonton  Global News

Heat warnings remained in effect for much of Alberta Tuesday, when daytime high temperatures are once again expected to be near 30 C.




Two men seriously injured after small plane crashes in Alberta field - The Globe and Mail
Two men seriously injured after small plane crashes in Alberta field  The Globe and Mail

RCMP say they were called at about noon to the crash involving a single-engine plane that took off from a rural airstrip near Black Diamond.




Heat warning issued for parts of northern Alberta - Global News
Heat warning issued for parts of northern Alberta  Global News

Parts of northern Alberta are under a heat warning Saturday morning as Environment Canada said affected areas are expected to see five straight days of about ...




Province appeals court ruling that found parts of Alberta Mental Health Act violate basic rights - CBC.ca
Province appeals court ruling that found parts of Alberta Mental Health Act violate basic rights  CBC.ca

The Alberta government is appealing the ruling by a Calgary judge that six sections of the Mental Health Act are unconstitutional in the case of a man who was ...




Talks about Grow Calgary?s new site break down - The Globe and Mail
Talks about Grow Calgary?s new site break down  The Globe and Mail

Talks to move Canada's largest community farm have broken down
The Alberta government says ballooning costs and its continuing focus on ?fiscal restraint? ...




Alberta government cuts $3.2M in funding to Calgary Homeless Foundation - CBC.ca
Alberta government cuts $3.2M in funding to Calgary Homeless Foundation  CBC.ca

The Calgary Homeless Foundation, which helps fund approximately 30 agencies across the city, is faced with a nearly eight-per-cent cut to its provincial funding.




Young Alberta girl among 2 people killed in highway crash in southeastern B.C
- Global News
Young Alberta girl among 2 people killed in highway crash in southeastern B.C.  Global News

A four-year-old girl from Alberta is among two people who died after an SUV collided with an RV on a highway near Creston, B.C
on Monday night, according to ...




Why Red Rock Coulee is one of Alberta's unsung geological treasures - Canada.com
Why Red Rock Coulee is one of Alberta's unsung geological treasures  Canada.com

They look like giant, petrified cow patties, strewn across the grasslands in vivid shades of rust and speckled with gnarly bits of multi-coloured lichen
The ones ...




Chrystia Freeland condemns violence in Hong Kong, backs right to peaceful assembly - CityNews Montreal
Chrystia Freeland condemns violence in Hong Kong, backs right to peaceful assembly  CityNews Montreal

OTTAWA ? Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland is condemning violence in Hong Kong as tension escalates between pro-democracy protesters and ...




Alberta man fined for selling horses for slaughter that weren't his - CBC.ca
Alberta man fined for selling horses for slaughter that weren't his  CBC.ca

A man who sold horses for slaughter that he didn't own, has been fined after pleading guilty to one count of destroying property in a Lethbridge courtroom on ...




Alberta beef producers say they're ahead of the curve as consumers look for sustainable meat - CBC.ca
Alberta beef producers say they're ahead of the curve as consumers look for sustainable meat  CBC.ca

Calls to consume less meat to protect the environment have some ranchers in Alberta turning their focus to more sustainable meat production.




USDA attache to Canada predicts larger wheat crop - Alberta Express
USDA attache to Canada predicts larger wheat crop  Alberta Express

MarketsFarm ? A new report from the Ottawa-based attache to the U.S
Department of Agriculture's Foreign Agricultural *Service* (FAS) has raised its estimate of ...




A family of four was on a camping trip in Canada
Then a wolf attacked while they were sleeping - CNN
A family of four was on a camping trip in Canada
Then a wolf attacked while they were sleeping
  CNN

The family was in Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada, when the incident occurred on August 9, around 1 a.m
local time, according to a report by Parks ...




Assaults, other types of crime up in Jasper National Park: RCMP ? Jasper's source for news, sports, arts, culture, and more | The Fitzhugh - the fitzhugh
Assaults, other types of crime up in Jasper National Park: RCMP ? Jasper's source for news, sports, arts, culture, and more | The Fitzhugh  the fitzhugh

Construction on the new Jasper RCMP detachment was supposed to begin this past spring (the season that happened before whatever this June-September ...




Dog swept away by tornado in Alberta finds her way home - The Weather Network
Dog swept away by tornado in Alberta finds her way home  The Weather Network

A family dog named Belle was able to find her way home after being swept away by a tornado that struck near Carmangay in southern Alberta on July 18.




Electronic Proof of Auto Insurance Receives Approval in Alberta - Canadian Underwriter
Electronic Proof of Auto Insurance Receives Approval in Alberta  Canadian Underwriter

Toronto, ON, August 13, 2019/InsPress ? CSIO is pleased to share that the Alberta Superintendent of Insurance has approved the use of electronic proof of ...




Calgary judge stays B.C
lawsuit against Alberta turn-off-the-taps legislation - CBC.ca
Calgary judge stays B.C
lawsuit against Alberta turn-off-the-taps legislation
  CBC.ca

A Calgary judge has stayed British Columbia's lawsuit against Alberta's turn-off-the-taps legislation, saying it's not up to him to decide the constitutionality of ...




Opinion: We need to welcome our new Canadian neighbours - Alberta Express
Opinion: We need to welcome our new Canadian neighbours  Alberta Express

As agriculture faces acute shortages of people at every level, it is a good time to talk about the value in immigration
The federal government has committed to ...




Morning Update: Trudeau promises firearms plan for election campaign; Alberta Crown stays charges in death of four-year-old Indigenous girl - The Globe and Mail
Morning Update: Trudeau promises firearms plan for election campaign; Alberta Crown stays charges in death of four-year-old Indigenous girl  The Globe and Mail

Also: The lobster industry is booming in Nova Scotia, but fishermen and boat builders are scrambling to keep up.




Fate of NDP-imposed cap on auto insurance still unknown - CBC.ca
Fate of NDP-imposed cap on auto insurance still unknown  CBC.ca

An order to cap rate hikes on auto insurance in Alberta ? established by the previous NDP government ? is set to expire in two weeks but there's no word from ...




Get A Move On! New 4DX Auditorium Now Open in Calgary, Alberta - Canada NewsWire
Get A Move On! New 4DX Auditorium Now Open in Calgary, Alberta  Canada NewsWire

Cutting-edge, Multi-sensory Experience Offered at Scotiabank Theatre Chinook Showtimes and Tickets Available Now at Theatre Box Office, Cineplex.com and.




Canadian Tyler Mislawchuk wins World Triathlon Olympic test event - Lethbridge News Now
Canadian Tyler Mislawchuk wins World Triathlon Olympic test event  Lethbridge News Now

TOKYO ? Tyler Mislawchuk became the first Canadian man to win a World Triathlon Series race when he claimed gold in an Olympic test event on Friday.




Volunteers in central Alberta to help wildlife conservation - Red Deer Advocate
Volunteers in central Alberta to help wildlife conservation  Red Deer Advocate

Central Albertans will give wildlife a higher chance of survival and protect the animals from urban sprawl this Saturday.




Quarantine continues following Alberta scrapie discovery - Western Producer
Quarantine continues following Alberta scrapie discovery  Western Producer

The infected animal had lived in more than one place so two separate flocks are involved
Exact locations were not revealed, standard practice when reportable ...




Action for Airdrie Athletes in Western Canada Summer Games - DiscoverAirdrie.com
Action for Airdrie Athletes in Western Canada Summer Games  DiscoverAirdrie.com

The Western Canada Summer Games continued yesterday for two Airdrie athletes
In the para-sport 200 metres, 15-year-old Saheed Alawiye of W.H Croxford ...




Archeological teams to excavate, map wrecks of Franklin expedition - Lethbridge News Now
Archeological teams to excavate, map wrecks of Franklin expedition  Lethbridge News Now

OTTAWA ? Canadian archeologists are on their way to a remote island near the Arctic Circle for another chance to dig up the secrets held by the Franklin ...




Florkowski wins Canadian Amputee and Disabled National Open golf title - CHAT News Today
Florkowski wins Canadian Amputee and Disabled National Open golf title  CHAT News Today

OKOTOKS, AB - Over the years, Jesse Florkowski has established himself as one of the top one-armed golfers in ...




Keeping watch: Security cameras to monitor crime, community spaces in Drayton Valley - CBC.ca
Keeping watch: Security cameras to monitor crime, community spaces in Drayton Valley  CBC.ca

Come the end of September, 10 locations in Drayton Valley will be under the constant, steady watch of CCTV cameras ? the eyes in the sky for the community ...




Alberta man gets prison sentence for dangerous high-speed police chase, fentanyl possession - CBC.ca
Alberta man gets prison sentence for dangerous high-speed police chase, fentanyl possession  CBC.ca

Mitchell Elmore, 36, has been sentenced to 5.5 years for dangerous driving, flight from police and fentanyl possession
In September, 2015, he led RCMP in ...




Varcoe: Energy minister explains why corporate tax cut has not yet boosted oilpatch jobs - Calgary Herald
Varcoe: Energy minister explains why corporate tax cut has not yet boosted oilpatch jobs  Calgary Herald

Alberta's energy minister is ?disappointed? petroleum producers haven't boosted spending in the wake of the province lowering corporate taxes, but Sonya ...




Canadian Solar signs Direct Energy as customer for Alberta project - Times Colonist
Canadian Solar signs Direct Energy as customer for Alberta project  Times Colonist

GUELPH, Ont
? Canadian Solar Inc
says it has signed on Direct Energy as a buyer for power from its Suffield solar project in Alberta
The company says the 23 ...




Paula Simons: My Canada includes Alberta - CBC.ca
Paula Simons: My Canada includes Alberta  CBC.ca

The independent senator and former journalist says we shouldn't let the whiners and quitters take over our political discourse.




Alberta will have 2nd largest legal weed market in Canada, report suggests - CBC.ca
Alberta will have 2nd largest legal weed market in Canada, report suggests  CBC.ca

Alberta pot smokers are expected to spend about $940 million on legal weed by 2024, with the province becoming Canada's second-largest market for cannabis ...




Smoke from the Alberta wildfires drifts across Canada ? here?s what it looks like from space - Global News
Smoke from the Alberta wildfires drifts across Canada ? here?s what it looks like from space  Global News

At least 10000 people have been evacuated from regions across Northern Alberta as the blazes continue to burn.




Repsol Canada sheds 30%

of its workforce, hitting Alberta hard - Global News
Repsol Canada sheds 30%

of its workforce, hitting Alberta hard
  Global News

Spanish energy company Repsol has announced it is reducing its Canadian workforce ? laying off employees from its downtown Calgary office as well as field ...




Rest of Canada thinks it can live without Alberta oil ? Jason Kenney needs to prove them wrong - Financial Post
Rest of Canada thinks it can live without Alberta oil ? Jason Kenney needs to prove them wrong  Financial Post

Peter Tertzakian: Alberta's new leader at helm of world's sixth largest producer of oil and natural gas
That's big.




What Jason Kenney's UCP victory in Alberta could mean for the rest of Canada - CTV News
What Jason Kenney's UCP victory in Alberta could mean for the rest of Canada  CTV News

After a bitter four-week campaign, Jason Kenney's United Conservative Party has unseated Rachel Notley and the NDP in Alberta's provincial election.




Alberta still sees influx of Canadians from other provinces - CBC.ca
Alberta still sees influx of Canadians from other provinces  CBC.ca

More people moved to Alberta from elsewhere in Canada than moved away in the first three months of the year, but just barely.




In Alberta election, Canada's 'economic civil war' takes centre stage - BNNBloomberg.ca
In Alberta election, Canada's 'economic civil war' takes centre stage  BNNBloomberg.ca

For a guy who says one of his fondest memories as a Canadian was watching the Quebec separatist movement fail at the ballot box in 1995, Brett Wilson sure ...




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

While the threat of Quebec separatism in the 90s was much more real, Reid says he believes the concept the same occurring in Alberta is quite 'remote'




Alberta election: Here?s what the rest of Canada should know - Global News
Alberta election: Here?s what the rest of Canada should know  Global News

Albertans are heading to the polls Tuesday after a tumultuous provincial election campaign, and it's shaping up to be a busy day.




7 places in Alberta everyone should visit at least once - Canada.com
7 places in Alberta everyone should visit at least once  Canada.com

There's more to Alberta than the Calgary Stampede or the picturesque roads that wind through Banff (though, let's be honest, we love both)
It's an incredibly ...




Corbella: Canada must recognize how vital Alberta is to feds' bottom line - Calgary Herald
Corbella: Canada must recognize how vital Alberta is to feds' bottom line  Calgary Herald

If not for Alberta, Canada would be drowning in a fiscal soup of its own making, barely keeping its nose above the noodles and slowly getting cooked.




'Albexit': Why this economist thinks Alberta could separate from Canada - CBC.ca
'Albexit': Why this economist thinks Alberta could separate from Canada  CBC.ca

Jack Mintz has written a piece for the Financial Post titled, "Alberta has better reasons to Albexit than Britain did for Brexit."




Military sending personnel, planes to help with Alberta wildfires - CBC News
Military sending personnel, planes to help with Alberta wildfires  CBC News

The federal government will send military personnel and aircraft to Alberta to help with evacuation efforts as the province deals with raging wildfires
Minister of ...




12 Alberta eateries land on new list of food critics? top 100 restaurants in Canada - Global News
12 Alberta eateries land on new list of food critics? top 100 restaurants in Canada  Global News

A dozen restaurants frequented by foodies in Alberta have found their way on a list ranking the top 100 eateries in the country.




6 picturesque spots in Alberta that will blow your mind - Canada.com
6 picturesque spots in Alberta that will blow your mind  Canada.com

These six spots are high on beauty and definitely worth a road trip from wherever else in Alberta you may be visiting.




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