Ottawa’s Trans Mountain insurance raises hopes in the oilpatch, but plenty of challenges remain

In the corridors of Alberta’s legislature and around the oilpatch, federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau’s commitment to backstop construction of the Trans Mountain…

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Oilpatch CEOs blame high costs, red tape for erosion of Canada’s competitive edge

CEOs of the largest oilpatch companies are stepping up to the podium this month for their annual address to shareholders and,…

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Edmontonians learn about boosting innovation, reducing stigma in pot industry at CannabisCon

It’s not your grandparents’ weed industry. Times have changed since baby boomers rolled their first joints — and they’ll continue to…

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Sask. licensing body vice-president admits semi driver rules ‘not good enough’

A Saskatchewan Government Insurance executive admits the rules governing semi driver training are inadequate. “We’ve been very proactive since July…

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Search for Kaden Young, swept away in Grand River, to be scaled back – Kitchener-Waterloo

Police say they will scale back the search for Kaden Young, the three-year-old who was swept out of his mother’s…

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Edmonton Alberta Weather & News

The National Energy Board says work can begin on construction of the Trans Mountain pipeline’s tunnel entrance at Burnaby Mountain…

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Edmonton Alberta Weather & News

Children attending Elk Island Public Schools will be getting a snow day Thursday. A spokesperson for the school district said buses…

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Edmonton Alberta Weather & News

The death of a 21-year-old man found in an alleyway on Monday has been ruled a homicide.  An autopsy on…

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