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People In Alberta Are Now Threatening To Separate From Canada Because They're Sick Of Quebec - MTL Blog
  1. People In Alberta Are Now Threatening To Separate From Canada Because They're Sick Of Quebec  MTL Blog
  2. MEEK: Alberta rightly fumes over its strangled resource  TheChronicleHerald.ca
  3. Alberta's oil woes have fuelled lamentable rhetoric across Canada and within the province  The Globe and Mail
  4. Smith: Equalization is rigged for Quebec, and Albertans have had it  Calgary Herald
  5. Danielle Smith: Canada's on notice Albertans have had enough  Edmonton Journal
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David Staples: Alberta separatism will rise unless Canada gets it right on pipelines - Edmonton Journal
David Staples: Alberta separatism will rise unless Canada gets it right on pipelines  Edmonton Journal

Never before have I heard so many Albertans bitterly rant against the province's deal in Canada.It's now common for Albertans on social media to raise the issue ...




The unintended consequences of Alberta's mandatory oil production cut - CBC News
The unintended consequences of Alberta's mandatory oil production cut  CBC News

One of Canada's largest oil companies is listing a series of potential pitfalls from the Alberta government's decision to impose a mandatory cut to oil production in ...




WATCHING NOW Calls for Alberta separation grow - CityNews Toronto
WATCHING NOW Calls for Alberta separation grow  CityNews Toronto

What would Canada look like without Alberta? As the calls for separation grow louder the better question might be, what would Alberta be without Canada?




Why producing less oil is likely to help Alberta ? and Canada ? earn more - CBC.ca
Why producing less oil is likely to help Alberta ? and Canada ? earn more  CBC.ca

"The government's action is quick, simple, and likely to yield benefits," says economist Trevor Tombe on the possible outcome of production cuts.




Western newsletter: Experts pour cold water on Alberta premier?s pitch for new refineries - The Globe and Mail
Western newsletter: Experts pour cold water on Alberta premier?s pitch for new refineries  The Globe and Mail

Good morning, it's Alberta bureau chief James Keller
There's an idea that inevitably comes up in any debate about one of Canada's many raw exports.




Avalanche warnings issued for Alberta mountain regions - Global News
Avalanche warnings issued for Alberta mountain regions  Global News

The warnings include Banff, Yoho, Kootenay and Jasper National Parks.




Why Trudeau is such a lightning rod in Alberta politics - CBC.ca
Why Trudeau is such a lightning rod in Alberta politics  CBC.ca

Let's just make it official and put Justin Trudeau's name on the ballot for Alberta's 2019 provincial election.




Lawrence Solomon: If Alberta turns separatist, the Rest of Canada is in big trouble - Financial Post
Lawrence Solomon: If Alberta turns separatist, the Rest of Canada is in big trouble  Financial Post

Canadians don't value our fossil fuel economy, which explains why so many are OK to trash pipelines and see Alberta tank
Only 19 per cent think it more ...




Alberta yellow vest protests lack violence seen in Paris, but anti-immigration anger simmers - CBC News
Alberta yellow vest protests lack violence seen in Paris, but anti-immigration anger simmers  CBC News

The protest movement has now spread across the globe, but in Alberta, which may be Canada's centre of anti-carbon-tax malcontents, the yellow vest protests ...




Could Alberta pull off a full-blown boycott of Quebec? - National Post
Could Alberta pull off a full-blown boycott of Quebec?  National Post

Quebec Premier François Legault said there is no 'social acceptability' for Alberta oil
Well, what if Alberta decided there was no 'social acceptability' for cheese ...




Regina yellow vest protesters 'standing up for Canada,' decry carbon tax, UN migration pact, Trudeau - CBC.ca
Regina yellow vest protesters 'standing up for Canada,' decry carbon tax, UN migration pact, Trudeau  CBC.ca

About 200 people donned in bright yellow clothing gathered on Regina's Albert Memorial Bridge to protest a variety of issues on Saturday.




December wildfire burning near western Alberta hamlet now ?being held? - Global News
December wildfire burning near western Alberta hamlet now ?being held?  Global News

Alberta Wildfire said the fire broke out Friday afternoon in an area that has seen little snowfall so far this winter, and high winds of more than 100 km/h had ...




Canada?s ultimate melting pot is boiling over ? Alberta peers into the abyss of separation - BOE Report
Canada?s ultimate melting pot is boiling over ? Alberta peers into the abyss of separation  BOE Report

When I was a kid growing up in another province, at a time before farmers became rich land barons, it was always easy to spot an oil patch worker coming back.




Winter wildfire a reminder for Albertans to exercise caution year-round - CBC.ca
Winter wildfire a reminder for Albertans to exercise caution year-round  CBC.ca

A December wildfire that was whipped out of control and threatened the evacuation of some Alberta communities this weekend isn't as out-of-season as it might ...




A month into legalization, Alberta is blowing away B.C.'s claim as Canada's pot capital - CBC.ca
A month into legalization, Alberta is blowing away B.C.'s claim as Canada's pot capital  CBC.ca

B.C.'s reputation as Canada's pot capital is stuck in red tape, while Albertans next door roll freely from store to store
One month into legalization, Alberta has ...




Powerful winds to wallop parts of southern Alberta on Tuesday: Environment Canada - Global News
Powerful winds to wallop parts of southern Alberta on Tuesday: Environment Canada  Global News

A wind warning has been issued for parts of southern Alberta as Environment Canada said it expected ?strong winds with gusts up to 100 kilometres per hour ...




Canada?s crude is up 70%

on Alberta?s oil crisis plan before it cuts a single barrel - Edmonton Journal
Canada?s crude is up 70%

on Alberta?s oil crisis plan before it cuts a single barrel
  Edmonton Journal

At least one company said it avoided layoffs because of the government plan to cut output.




Why Canada should be helping Alberta - The Globe and Mail
Why Canada should be helping Alberta  The Globe and Mail

Albertans feel as if they are in the throes of a horrible recession
They are furious at what is unfolding around them ? with good reason.




'Canada willfully holds Alberta's economy hostage': Rachel Notley | Watch News Videos Online - Globalnews.ca
'Canada willfully holds Alberta's economy hostage': Rachel Notley | Watch News Videos Online  Globalnews.ca

Premier Rachel Notley made a case for Alberta's pipelines on Thursday while addressing the Toronto Region Board of Trade
Rachel Notley says Alberta is ...




Canada will feel Alberta?s oil price shock, but not as much as in 2015, Stephen Poloz says - Financial Post
Canada will feel Alberta?s oil price shock, but not as much as in 2015, Stephen Poloz says  Financial Post

Kevin Carmichael: No longer 'backbone' of the economy, oil's downturn likely only to slow rate increases, not stop them.




Alberta Beach ice quake mystery solved - CBC News
Alberta Beach ice quake mystery solved  CBC News

For almost a year researchers at the University of Alberta worked to solve a riddle
What caused lake ice to shatter so violently on New Year's Day that homes in ...




Western alienation: Let's be clear, the West didn't pull away until it was pushed away - CBC.ca
Western alienation: Let's be clear, the West didn't pull away until it was pushed away  CBC.ca

Editor's note: Monte Solberg was an Alberta MP from 1993 to 2008
Solberg sat in the caucuses of the Reform Party, the Canadian Alliance and the ...




Alberta?s oil problem is Canada?s problem - The Globe and Mail
Alberta?s oil problem is Canada?s problem  The Globe and Mail

Derek Burney was Canada's ambassador to the United States from 1989 to 1993 and served as a director of TransCanada Corp
from 2005 to April 2018.




Edmonton had Canada's third-highest homicide rate last year; Alberta leads country in gun-related slayings - Edmonton Journal
Edmonton had Canada's third-highest homicide rate last year; Alberta leads country in gun-related slayings  Edmonton Journal

Edmonton had Canada's third-highest homicide rate last year, according to a Statistics Canada report released Wednesday.The numbers also show Alberta had ...




Don Martin's story of the year: The plight of Alberta - CTV News
Don Martin's story of the year: The plight of Alberta  CTV News

The imminent rollout of Canadian news stories of the year will be predictable
All important
All nation-defining
All second rate considerations to the main news ...




Alberta: Winds over 160 km/h tip trucks, avalanche warnings - The Weather Network
Alberta: Winds over 160 km/h tip trucks, avalanche warnings  The Weather Network

Hurricane force winds continued to batter parts of Alberta on Friday, and there's one more day of vicious gusts to come on Saturday
Damage to structures and ...




Alberta oil cuts will slow Canadian GDP growth next year: Analysts - BNNBloomberg.ca
Alberta oil cuts will slow Canadian GDP growth next year: Analysts  BNNBloomberg.ca

Alberta's decision to order oil production cuts will weigh on Canada's economy next year, according to some of the country's biggest lenders
Bank of Montreal ...




Braid: UCP tries to cash in by blasting new Alberta senators - Calgary Herald
Braid: UCP tries to cash in by blasting new Alberta senators  Calgary Herald

The United Conservative Party might be sorry if the infamous Bill C-69 is ever defeated or changed into something positive.The Liberal bill, now in Senate ...




Snow dampens Alberta wildfire that threatened two small communities - CTV News
Snow dampens Alberta wildfire that threatened two small communities  CTV News

ROBB, Alta
-- Evacuation notices have been lifted in a few small Alberta communities after an out-of-season wildfire that threatened them was brought under ...




Experts to work with energy industry on oil price solutions for Alberta - CTV News
Experts to work with energy industry on oil price solutions for Alberta  CTV News

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley has appointed three experts to work with the energy industry to find ways to close an oil price gap that she says is costing the ...




Braid: Talk of Alberta exit is out in the open again - Calgary Herald
Braid: Talk of Alberta exit is out in the open again  Calgary Herald

After lying dormant for nearly 40 years, talk of Alberta separatism is again boiling to the surface.On Tuesday, Premier Rachel Notley said she's well aware of the ...




Why Alberta oil prices are so low, and what could happen if they stay that way - National Post
Why Alberta oil prices are so low, and what could happen if they stay that way  National Post

EDMONTON ? With Alberta's main oil export selling at record lows, some producers are facing a full-blown crisis, while politicians are weighing responses to ...




EDITORIAL: A made-in-Canada crisis, Alberta glut costs us all - TheChronicleHerald.ca
EDITORIAL: A made-in-Canada crisis, Alberta glut costs us all  TheChronicleHerald.ca

When the Alberta oil patch sneezes, the Canadian economy gets a cold
This past weekend, Alberta Premier Rachel Notley took the extraordinary step of ...




Is Canada prepared for life after oil? - Global News
Is Canada prepared for life after oil?  Global News

Across Canada's Prairies, a question is weighing heavily on the minds of many: 'What if the oil industry never really comes back?'




New condo regulations will help owners, managers and boards, Alberta government says - CBC.ca
New condo regulations will help owners, managers and boards, Alberta government says  CBC.ca

New regulations announced on Friday will bring better transparency and clarity to condominium living in Alberta, the provincial government says.




Worry and frustration mount in Alberta as oil prices languish - CBC News
Worry and frustration mount in Alberta as oil prices languish  CBC News

The street outside Calgary's downtown Hyatt hotel was teeming with pro-oil demonstrators Thursday, forcing police to close traffic along a busy avenue as the ...




Edmonton, other parts of Alberta should brace for freezing rain: Environment Canada - Global News
Edmonton, other parts of Alberta should brace for freezing rain: Environment Canada  Global News

Environment Canada issued a special weather statement for parts of central and northern Alberta -- including Edmonton -- on Monday as it warned people to ...




Alberta's UCP, environmental groups to intervene in Saskatchewan carbon tax case - CBC.ca
Alberta's UCP, environmental groups to intervene in Saskatchewan carbon tax case  CBC.ca

Alberta's United Conservative Party will be allowed to intervene in an upcoming court case involving the Province of Saskatchewan and Ottawa over the national ...




Southern Alberta's Polar Express train offers round-trip rides to the 'North Pole' - CBC.ca
Southern Alberta's Polar Express train offers round-trip rides to the 'North Pole'  CBC.ca

Aspen Crossing, in Mossleigh, Alta., has been bringing Chris Van Allsburg award-winning holiday tale, The Polar Express, to life for the past four winters.




Teenage mathletes put the 'us' in calculus with Alberta Team Math Attack - CBC.ca
Teenage mathletes put the 'us' in calculus with Alberta Team Math Attack  CBC.ca

A pair of Alberta teenagers have started a new team math contest for for junior high school students, to encourage other kids to enjoy learning math.




Yellow vests clash with counter protestors at Alberta Legislature and Churchill Square - Toronto Star
Yellow vests clash with counter protestors at Alberta Legislature and Churchill Square  Toronto Star

EDMONTON?Hundreds of yellow vest protesters at the Alberta Legislature and Edmonton City Hall calling for action on pipelines and a clampdown on illegal ...




Alberta's oil pain could put Bank of Canada's January interest rate hike in jeopardy - Financial Post
Alberta's oil pain could put Bank of Canada's January interest rate hike in jeopardy  Financial Post

Doubts are beginning to emerge about whether the central bank will hike in January without a rebound in slumping prices for Canadian heavy crude.




Why Alberta's latest oil-price plunge is unprecedented - The Globe and Mail
Why Alberta's latest oil-price plunge is unprecedented  The Globe and Mail

For months, much of the focus on Alberta's oil-price woes has centred on Western Canadian Select
That's understandable because heavy oil accounts for about ...




High winds batter southern Alberta for second day - Calgary Herald
High winds batter southern Alberta for second day  Calgary Herald

Batten down the hatches!That's what Albertans in the southwest part of the province were forced to do Thursday when they faced wind gusts reaching a ...




Strong winds topple transport trucks on southern Alberta highways - CTV News
Strong winds topple transport trucks on southern Alberta highways  CTV News

Environment Canada has issued wind warning for parts of southern Alberta and police say a number of large vehicles have been blown over on area highways ...




Lock up your Ford: F-250 truck Alberta's most stolen vehicle, report says - CBC.ca
Lock up your Ford: F-250 truck Alberta's most stolen vehicle, report says  CBC.ca

Ford pickup trucks are the most stolen vehicles in Alberta, the Insurance Bureau of Canada says in its latest annual report on auto theft across the country.




High winds in southern Alberta leads to RCMP warning - Global News
High winds in southern Alberta leads to RCMP warning  Global News

Winds in southern Alberta have lead to a warning from RCMP about travel in the area.




Canada's Alberta province to buy rail cars to reduce oil glut - Reuters Canada
Canada's Alberta province to buy rail cars to reduce oil glut  Reuters Canada

OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada's Alberta province is in talks to buy rail cars to transport 120,000 barrels per day of crude oil and expects a deal to be concluded ...




Tensions run high at Edmonton 'yellow vest' rally - CTV News
Tensions run high at Edmonton 'yellow vest' rally  CTV News

A rally held in downtown Edmonton led to some tense moments between two groups of protesters.




Alberta looking at Catholic teacher contracts amid discrimination concerns - CBC.ca
Alberta looking at Catholic teacher contracts amid discrimination concerns  CBC.ca

Alberta Education Minister David Eggen is investigating employment agreements signed by Catholic school teachers amid concerns they could be fired for ...




Can Alberta?s oil production cuts lift Canadian heavy oil prices? - Calgary Herald
Can Alberta?s oil production cuts lift Canadian heavy oil prices?  Calgary Herald

Scotiabank's Rory Johnston speaks about Alberta's decision to cut oil production and what that means for oil companies.




'A rural crime crisis': Business owners in Vilna, Alta
plagued by break-ins - CBC.ca
'A rural crime crisis': Business owners in Vilna, Alta
plagued by break-ins
  CBC.ca

Business owners in Vilna, Alta
have started to joke that they work in a plywood community.




Western Canada: Oil companies urge Alberta to cut output as crude prices continue to squeeze province - The Globe and Mail
Western Canada: Oil companies urge Alberta to cut output as crude prices continue to squeeze province  The Globe and Mail

Also: B.C.'s children's watchdog calls for supervised drug-consumption sites for teens amid worsening overdose crisis.




Wind gusts up to 110 km/h expected across southwestern Alberta - CBC.ca
Wind gusts up to 110 km/h expected across southwestern Alberta  CBC.ca

People in southwestern Alberta can expect to be buffeted by extremely high winds again on Friday
Environment Canada issued wind alerts for areas around ...




Alberta lettuce growers marketing 'clean' produce in wake of romaine scare - Calgary Herald
Alberta lettuce growers marketing 'clean' produce in wake of romaine scare  Calgary Herald

An ongoing E
coli scare linked to romaine lettuce is one reason a major produce company believes there is a future for growing lettuce indoors in southern ...




Why is Alberta?s oil so cheap? - The Economist
Why is Alberta?s oil so cheap?  The Economist

EARLIER THIS month the head of one of Canada's largest oil companies asked the government in the energy-rich province of Alberta to set aside its free-market ...




Beaverlodge player to represent Alberta at Canada Games - EverythingGP
Beaverlodge player to represent Alberta at Canada Games  EverythingGP

One Peace Region player has been named to Hockey Alberta's Under 18 women's team for the 2019 Canada Games
Brooklyn Tews of Beaverlodge is a ...




What we mean when we talk about Alberta conservatism - CBC.ca
What we mean when we talk about Alberta conservatism  CBC.ca

Rural Albertans hold pretty moderate values and beliefs that aren't all that different from urban Albertans, says political scientist Melanee Thomas
Yet, the ...




Equalization payments and why Alberta doesn?t get them: We?re rich, expert says - Toronto Star
Equalization payments and why Alberta doesn?t get them: We?re rich, expert says  Toronto Star

StarMetro spoke to economist Trevor Tombe to understand how the equalization formula works, why Alberta doesn't get paid through it, and what makes the ...




Impact of Canada-wide anti-depressant shortage has Alberta pharmacists worried - Global News
Impact of Canada-wide anti-depressant shortage has Alberta pharmacists worried  Global News

WATCH: A Medicine Shoppe in Alberta is down to two bottles of Wellbutrin XL and a nation-wide drug shortage is forcing him to ration them out to already ...




Justin Trudeau calls Alberta's low oil price a 'crisis' - The Globe and Mail
Justin Trudeau calls Alberta's low oil price a 'crisis'  The Globe and Mail

Amid a pro-oil protest in Calgary, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told reporters he understands how lower oil prices are hurting people and businesses.




Quebec premier doesn?t understand energy industry, Alberta finance minister says - Global News
Quebec premier doesn?t understand energy industry, Alberta finance minister says  Global News

Alberta's finance minister says Quebec's resistance to a pipeline carrying western Canadian oil across its territory shows the provincial premier's lack of ...




Oilpatch stays home from B.C
conference after Whistler mayor calls for climate-change compensation - CBC News
Oilpatch stays home from B.C
conference after Whistler mayor calls for climate-change compensation
  CBC News

Cenovus is the latest energy company to opt out of a investment conference in Whistler, B.C., after the mayor of that community called on Canadian Natural ...




Winds of up to 167 km/h blast southern Alberta, toppling vehicles and ripping siding from home - CBC.ca
Winds of up to 167 km/h blast southern Alberta, toppling vehicles and ripping siding from home  CBC.ca

Environment Canada has issued alerts about strong and potentially damaging winds over a swath of southwestern Alberta, amid reports that gusts of up to 167 ...




Why it's hypocritical for oil companies to ask the Alberta government to manipulate market prices - CBC.ca
Why it's hypocritical for oil companies to ask the Alberta government to manipulate market prices  CBC.ca

Industry fought for the system we have today
And now some ask to be saved from their own creation.




Alberta Files Canadian Free Trade Agreement Complaint Against Ontario Over Beer Imports - HuffPost Canada
Alberta Files Canadian Free Trade Agreement Complaint Against Ontario Over Beer Imports  HuffPost Canada

EDMONTON ? The Alberta government is opening a new front in its beer war with other provinces by targeting Ontario for what it says are its unfair trade ...




Eye-roll nation: Why our sympathy for economic pain often stops at provincial borders - CBC.ca
Eye-roll nation: Why our sympathy for economic pain often stops at provincial borders  CBC.ca

It's understandable how Albertans could be aggrieved by the national urgency expressed at the potential loss of 2500 General Motors jobs in Oshawa while its ...




Alberta's Problem Isn't Pipelines; It's Bad Policy Decisions - TheTyee.ca
Alberta's Problem Isn't Pipelines; It's Bad Policy Decisions  TheTyee.ca

Bitumen prices are low because the province has ignored at least a decade of warnings.




Nelson: Trudeau's heaven will be Alberta's hell - Calgary Herald
Nelson: Trudeau's heaven will be Alberta's hell  Calgary Herald

We hear enough from politicians these days so it's with trepidation I step aside for a few paragraphs to provide a platform for our prime minister to regale us with ...




Opinion: We must fight the lies of Alberta's oil and gas enemies - Calgary Herald
Opinion: We must fight the lies of Alberta's oil and gas enemies  Calgary Herald

Anyone with a modicum of knowledge of Canada's energy industry and those armed with common sense can identify the lies and distortions of the opponents of ...




See how Alberta's economic recovery has been sputtering in a few simple charts - CBC.ca
See how Alberta's economic recovery has been sputtering in a few simple charts  CBC.ca

The roller-coaster that is Alberta's economy plunged in 2015 and 2016, and then started climbing back up in 2017
But now, we've hit a flat spot
And we're only ...




Andrew Coyne: Only thing equalization has spread evenly in Canada is discontent - National Post
Andrew Coyne: Only thing equalization has spread evenly in Canada is discontent  National Post

Whatever the complaints of provinces that don't receive equalization, it pales beside the rage of those that do, should anyone propose to take any away.




Alberta oil price collapse raises fears of economic contagion - The Globe and Mail
Alberta oil price collapse raises fears of economic contagion  The Globe and Mail

It isn't just Alberta's problem now
The plummeting price of Canadian heavy crude oil has been a source of of rising anxiety in Calgary and misery for investors in ...




Alberta's 1st flu death confirmed as Calgary weathers bulk of provincial cases - CBC.ca
Alberta's 1st flu death confirmed as Calgary weathers bulk of provincial cases  CBC.ca

Calgary has seen Alberta's first flu death of the season as the city weathers dozens more hospitalizations, dwarfing numbers in Edmonton and the rest of the ...




Automation Vs
Humanity And The Future Of Alberta's Oilsands - HuffPost Canada
Automation Vs
Humanity And The Future Of Alberta's Oilsands
  HuffPost Canada

FORT MCMURRAY, Alta
? Steve Kelly remembers days not long ago when Fort McMurray could still be called Fort McMoney.




Morneau says Trans Mountain best solution for Alberta's energy sector woes - CBC News
Morneau says Trans Mountain best solution for Alberta's energy sector woes  CBC News

Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau told a Calgary audience on Tuesday that the government is focused on building the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, ...




Alberta spends the most per person of any province on health care - CBC.ca
Alberta spends the most per person of any province on health care  CBC.ca

Alberta is on pace to spend more per person on health care this year than any other province, a new report says
The province is forecasted to spend $7,552 on ...




Quick fix for Alberta's oil woes may be sorely needed ? but not so easily found - CBC.ca
Quick fix for Alberta's oil woes may be sorely needed ? but not so easily found  CBC.ca

Alberta and the oilpatch need a quick solution to its oil price problems, but finding one could prove very difficult.




Alberta Ballet to tour edgy Tragically Hip show All of Us next year - Calgary Herald
Alberta Ballet to tour edgy Tragically Hip show All of Us next year  Calgary Herald

Alberta Ballet has embraced its latest portrait ballet ? fully completely.The company is taking its blockbuster hit ballet All of Us, based on music by The Tragically ...




What about Alberta?: Western Canada looking for answers after Morneau's update - BNNBloomberg.ca
What about Alberta?: Western Canada looking for answers after Morneau's update  BNNBloomberg.ca

Western Canadians are noticing one thing conspicuously absent from the fall fiscal update unveiled by Finance Minister Bill Morneau on Wednesday: Western ...




Global credit ratings agency warns of downgrades in Canadian oilpatch if crude price woes persist - CBC News
Global credit ratings agency warns of downgrades in Canadian oilpatch if crude price woes persist  CBC News

Global credit rating agency DBRS is warning that if Canada's crude oil price woes drag on without improvement, it could negatively affect the credit ratings of ...




Morning Update: Alberta to impose cleanup timelines on energy firms; full Canada Post service set to resume - The Globe and Mail
Morning Update: Alberta to impose cleanup timelines on energy firms; full Canada Post service set to resume  The Globe and Mail

Also: The RCMP have been probing former Liberal MP Raj Grewal's gambling for months.




India's 1st women's hockey team enjoys smooth skating in Alberta - CBC Sports
India's 1st women's hockey team enjoys smooth skating in Alberta  CBC Sports

Hockey players from India say they're skating better than ever now that they're on Alberta ice
India's top female hockey players learned the game against the ...




Alberta romaine lettuce greenhouse says it prevents E
coli contamination - CBC.ca
Alberta romaine lettuce greenhouse says it prevents E
coli contamination
  CBC.ca

An Alberta romaine lettuce grower says its method of cultivation is an almost sure-fire way to prevent the type of contamination reported recently in the United ...




Whistler request for Alberta oilsands company to cover climate change expenses causes outrage - Global News
Whistler request for Alberta oilsands company to cover climate change expenses causes outrage  Global News

WATCH ABOVE: The mountain resort town of Whistler, B.C
is asking Alberta energy company CNRL to help pay for the costs of climate change
Alberta ...




?Yellow vest? protesters in Calgary demand answers from politicians - CTV News
?Yellow vest? protesters in Calgary demand answers from politicians  CTV News

From coast to coast, a huge number of people are participating in protests against the federal government and their own provincial governments, voicing their ...




'Love is love': Alberta cabinet minister makes history with same-sex marriage - CBC.ca
'Love is love': Alberta cabinet minister makes history with same-sex marriage  CBC.ca

Ricardo Miranda is looking for the perfect shoes for his wedding, a ceremony that will make history in Alberta later this month.




Evening Update: The latest on Alberta's oil-patch production cuts; Canadian astronaut David Saint-Jacques arrives at space station - The Globe and Mail
Evening Update: The latest on Alberta's oil-patch production cuts; Canadian astronaut David Saint-Jacques arrives at space station  The Globe and Mail

Also: Statistics Canada suspends credit searches, delays plan to obtain banking records.




Alberta registered nurses to prescribe drugs, order X-rays - CBC.ca
Alberta registered nurses to prescribe drugs, order X-rays  CBC.ca

Alberta's health minister says the province is expanding the ability of registered nurses to prescribe drugs and order X-rays
Nurses will have to have extra ...




Canada Post files injunction against picketing at processing plants in Alberta - Toronto Star
Canada Post files injunction against picketing at processing plants in Alberta  Toronto Star

EDMONTON?Canada Post has been granted an injunction against illegal picketing at their Alberta mail processing plants, after they say a group of ...




Alberta RCMP investigate 'disturbing' video of coyote slowly beaten to death - CBC News
Alberta RCMP investigate 'disturbing' video of coyote slowly beaten to death  CBC News

Grande Prairie RCMP are investigating after a video surfaced online showing two boys brutally beating a coyote to death
The video, which appeared on ...




Cat tests positive for rabies in southern Alberta after biting owner, owner's son - CBC.ca
Cat tests positive for rabies in southern Alberta after biting owner, owner's son  CBC.ca

An Alberta veterinary clinic says a domestic cat has tested positive for rabies
The Southern Alberta Veterinary Emergency clinic in Okotoks posted on Facebook ...




Licence plates added to Battle of Alberta between Flames and Oilers - CBC Sports
Licence plates added to Battle of Alberta between Flames and Oilers  CBC Sports

*Service* Alberta introduced two new specialty licence plates Saturday featuring the logos, slogans and colours of the province's two NHL teams, the Calgary ...




Alberta business forum hears carbon taxes should be illegal until new pipelines are built - Global News
Alberta business forum hears carbon taxes should be illegal until new pipelines are built  Global News

A business crowd of about 400 leapt to their feet in a standing ovation Friday at the suggestion that it should be illegal for Canadian governments to collect ...




Slumping Alberta oil prices could have 'dire' impact on rest of Canada, warns economist - CBC.ca
Slumping Alberta oil prices could have 'dire' impact on rest of Canada, warns economist  CBC.ca

As Alberta oil prices remain low, thanks to a backlog in exporting oil to market from the pipelines, a Calgary-based economist says the situation is teetering on ...




'I'm just sorry for what I did': Alberta woman arrested in Thailand returns home - CBC News
'I'm just sorry for what I did': Alberta woman arrested in Thailand returns home  CBC News

A Grande Prairie, Alta., woman who faced a decade in prison for spray-painting an ancient wall in Thailand has returned home and says she is eager to move on ...




General Motors, Alberta's oilpatch and the state of Canada's economy | At Issue - CBC.ca
General Motors, Alberta's oilpatch and the state of Canada's economy | At Issue  CBC.ca

The closure of the General Motors plant in Oshawa left people questioning what happens next to the 2500 workers, the town and all the other jobs that are reliant ...




Alberta First Nations chiefs back federal overhaul of energy project approval laws - CBC News
Alberta First Nations chiefs back federal overhaul of energy project approval laws  CBC News

Recently all of Alberta's First Nations voted to back proposed legislation that would overhaul the way energy projects are approved, despite vocal opposition to ...




Tuesday's letters: Nova Scotia needs Alberta's oil money - Edmonton Journal
Tuesday's letters: Nova Scotia needs Alberta's oil money  Edmonton Journal

The writer suggests Alberta is the site of ?ecological devastation.? Hardly
Has he ever been north of Edmonton, where there is pristine wilderness? Or south, for ...




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