Why killing Alberta’s carbon tax could kill Kinder Morgan pipeline

The federal government announced last week it’s willing to put its money where its mouth has long been in supporting the…

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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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Murder warrant issued for man in relation to northeast Edmonton homicide

Edmonton police issued a warrant Wednesday for a man wanted in connection with the second–degree murder of a 25-year-old woman…

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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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Toronto condo rents climb 11% in past year as new mortgage rules lock out buyers

The average cost to rent a condominium in the Greater Toronto Area has risen by almost 11 per cent in…

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Quirky work: Glass blowing still an essential craft at University of Alberta

Whether they need a batch of test tubes or an elaborate custom-made distillation apparatus, University of Alberta scientists need look no further…

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Carbon tax costly ‘political theatre,’ says Jason Kenney – Edmonton

Alberta’s carbon tax is nothing more than an expensive piece of political theatre, says Jason Kenney, leader of the Official Opposition…

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Edmonton Alberta Weather & News

After two decades working in Canada’s performing arts industry, Lance Cardinal felt compelled to bring his expertise back to his…

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