Alberta will be one of the coldest places on earth this weekend: Weather Network
It may be early November but for parts of Canada, it already feels like winter.
Alberta to protect citizens from civil suits who defend their land with force
Alberta is making changes to civil laws to prevent property owners from being sued if they injure someone committing a crime on their property.
Alberta’s agriculture and forestry minister leads way in fiscal responsibility in province’s new budget
Alberta’s UCP Agriculture and Forestry Minister Devin Dreeshen led the way in reducing the government’s spending within the new budget.
Wexit booms! Hundreds rally at Edmonton separatism event
“The west wants out”
EnCana leaving ‘terrible development’, ‘death blow’ for Canadian energy sector: Alberta experts
As far back as 2007, EnCana was shedding Canadian assets, beginning with its holdings in the Mackenzie River basin (Northwest Territories) after the writing was on the wall for the failed Mackenzie Gas Pipeline.
Calgary Mayor says he’s willing to help Trudeau bridge Western divide
Calgary Mayor and former Alberta Premier Naheed Nenshi says he’s willing to help bridge the current divide between Western Canada and the federal government.
B.C. premier adds another wrench to pipeline fortunes: expert
Longtime insider says B.C.’s adoption of UNDRIP should light a fire under Trudeau to cut pipeline deal with Indigenous interests. B.C. NDP Premier could prove major problem for pipeline expansion.