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Alberta exporters hope NAFTA can be saved but ponder life without it - CBC.ca

CBC.ca

Alberta exporters hope NAFTA can be saved but ponder life without it
CBC.ca
Looking back to 1993
In the event of an American withdrawal, many expect trade will revert to the old Canada-U.S
Free Trade Agreement, at least for a time
None of Alberta's top 10 exports to the U.S
would face additional tariffs under that pact ...


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Canada's oil capital takes big leap toward renewable energy as it seeks to balance climate with oilsands - Financial Post

Financial Post

Canada's oil capital takes big leap toward renewable energy as it seeks to balance climate with oilsands
Financial Post
The government of Alberta ? home to the world's third-largest oil reserves ? on Wednesday auctioned off 595 megawatts of renewable energy capacity to be built in the province
That exceeded the government's target of 400 megawatts
The process marks ...

Alberta chooses 3 companies to build 4 wind power projects in auctionCBC.ca
The Drilldown: Alberta achieves lowest electricity price bid in CanadaiPolitics.ca
Alberta's Renewable Electricity Program has resulted in the lowest ever price for wind energy in CanadaCanada NewsWire (press release)
Digital Journal -Windpower Monthly -Calgary Herald
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Jason Kenney wins Alberta legislature seat in byelection - Toronto Star

Toronto Star

Jason Kenney wins Alberta legislature seat in byelection
Toronto Star
Jason Kenney wins Alberta legislature seat in byelection
The leader of the United Conservative Party is the victor of a byelection in Calgary Lougheed, easily beating out six other candidates
United Conservative Party Leader Jason Kenney wins the ...

Conservative leader in Canada's Alberta seeks to enter legislatureReuters Canada
Jason Kenney clinches Calgary-Lougheed byelection, defeats 2 provincial party leadersCBC.ca
Calgary Lougheed Byelection: Jason Kenney Seeks Alberta Legislature SeatHuffington Post Canada
The Globe and Mail -National Post
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Alberta challenges 'petty' Saskatchewan licence plate ban - CTV News

CTV News

Alberta challenges 'petty' Saskatchewan licence plate ban
CTV News
EDMONTON - Alberta is taking legal action against Saskatchewan's licence plate ban, calling it a slam-dunk case over a small-minded policy
"This petty and ridiculous restriction has real consequences for businesses and hard-working people on both ...

Alberta files trade complaint after Saskatchewan ignores licence plate ultimatumCBC.ca
Alberta challenges Saskatchewan licence plate ban under free-trade rulesTheChronicleHerald.ca

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Almost 34000 positions unfilled in Alberta as job vacancy rate rises - CBC.ca

CBC.ca

Almost 34000 positions unfilled in Alberta as job vacancy rate rises
CBC.ca
Employers are having a hard time filling jobs in Alberta, which could be another of sign of economic recovery in the province, according to the Canadian Federation of Independent Business
In the third quarter of 2017, there were 33,900 unfilled jobs ...

Stronger economy leaves most unfilled jobs in Canadian history, Alberta's job vacancy rate recoveringEdmonton Journal

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Research lacking on medical pot, ample evidence of harms: doctors' groups - CBC.ca

CBC.ca

Research lacking on medical pot, ample evidence of harms: doctors' groups
CBC.ca
There is little to no research to support the supposed benefits of medical cannabis, and what evidence exists suggests that using marijuana as medicine may do more harm than good, family doctors' associations across Canada are telling their members
A ...


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Albertans carry the most debt relative to their assets, Statistics Canada says - CBC.ca

CBC.ca

Albertans carry the most debt relative to their assets, Statistics Canada says
CBC.ca
Albertans carry the most debt relative to their assets, according to data released Thursday by Statistics Canada
At 20.4 per cent, Alberta had the highest debt-to-asset ratio of any province in 2016
"Since 2012, this ratio decreased at a slower pace ...

Number of flu-related deaths in Alberta this season rises to 13Globalnews.ca

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Alberta set to fight back Thursday on Saskatchewan licence plate ban - CTV News

CTV News

Alberta set to fight back Thursday on Saskatchewan licence plate ban
CTV News
EDMONTON -- Alberta says it will take action on two fronts Thursday in its escalating fight with Saskatchewan over the ban on Alberta licence plates on Saskatchewan job sites
Deron Bilous, Alberta's economic development minister, said unless ...

Sask.-Alberta licence plate war escalates ahead of deadlineCBC.ca
Alberta challenges 'petty' Saskatchewan licence plate ban under free-trade rulesNational Post
Fight over licence plates banned on job sites escalates between Alberta and SaskatchewanToronto Star

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Albertans are abandoning landlines faster than anyone else in Canada - CBC.ca

CBC.ca

Albertans are abandoning landlines faster than anyone else in Canada
CBC.ca
Albertans have ditched landline telephones faster than the rest of Canada and are ramping up their spending on mobile and internet services
Just 60.5 per cent of homes in the province still had a hardwired phone in 2016, according to data released ...





Alberta ski resort argues facts in court after pleading guilty to cutting down endangered trees - Globalnews.ca

Globalnews.ca

Alberta ski resort argues facts in court after pleading guilty to cutting down endangered trees
Globalnews.ca
It was nearly a year before Parks Canada officials realized that a world-renowned Alberta ski resort had cut down a stand of endangered trees
An agreed statement of facts filed in court Thursday says a trail crew, consisting of six employees including ...


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