Alberta might extend Feb. 28 deadline for high-tech panel report

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Alberta open to extending Feb. 28 deadline for high-tech panel report

Alberta’s economic development minister says she is open to extending the deadline for a looming benchmark panel report on growing the high-tech sector, but

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Alberta ‘baby whisperer’ has fostered 88 children since 1999

Luther Burbank has earned his “baby whisperer” nickname. The Fort Saskatchewan senior has fostered 88 children — 66 of them babies — since 1999. For 90-day

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‘Special needs’ Alberta rescue dog ‘Best Boy Brodie’ becomes international sensation

When Amanda Richter and her boyfriend Brad Ames first met rescue dog Brodie, the German Shepherd Border Collie won their hearts instantly. “He just

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Alberta retail sales plunge to lowest level in years as vehicle spending declines sharply

Albertans are spending less and less money, particularly on cars, according to the latest data from Statistics Canada, which show retail sales falling to their lowest

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Fracking to blame for earthquakes, seismic ‘clusters’ in central Alberta

An earthquake that sent tremors through central Alberta last spring — rattling homes in Red Deer and temporarily knocking out power in parts of

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Teck Frontier project to challenge Trudeau’s climate policies, relationship to Alberta: expert

The Trudeau government will face a test next month that will challenge its commitment to climate policies and its efforts to reconcile with Western

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Alberta privacy commissioner considering investigation of new ID-scan system at liquor stores

Alberta’s privacy commissioner says she is strongly considering launching an investigation into a liquor retailer’s decision to require government-ID scans before patrons can enter

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Cash-strapped rural Alberta ‘can’t wring money’ from struggling oil and gas firms, premier says

Premier Jason Kenney urged rural municipalities to work with the province to help struggling oil and gas companies Tuesday, adding they can’t get “money from a

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Alberta companies face charges after 2018 hydrogen sulphide leak near Spirit River

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted January 20, 2020 1:47 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font

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