No government can bring back Alberta oilsands boom, experts say

Getting Alberta’s economy running on all its fossil-fuel-powered cylinders is at the heart of the province’s election campaign. But some of Canada’s top energy

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Why the future of the planet, and the Trudeau government, depends on the price of gas

With the arrival of a national price on carbon, Conservatives have decided that the future of climate policy in Canada will be decided at

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B.C. government commits to use homegrown lumber on major projects, including St. Paul’s Hospital

Premier John Horgan is calling for B.C. lumber only in the building of several major projects in the province as it looks to revitalize

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Finance minister says government consulting with Indigenous groups on Trans Mountain pipeline

Canada’s finance minister confirmed Monday that the government is consulting with Indigenous groups about their potential participation with the proposed Trans Mountain expansion project

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Federal government commits $13.7M to protect Bow Valley from flood damage

Ottawa is committing to spend $13.7 million over 10 years — to be split between the Town of Canmore and M.D. of Bighorn — to help protect

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Russian bill aims to crack down on ‘fake news’ and disrespect to the government – National

Russian lawmakers passed legislation last week that imposes restrictions on online media and criminalizes anyone who insults the state. The bill introduces fines for

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Vaccinations would be mandatory for school children under Alberta Party government

Vaccinations would be mandatory for all children attending publicly funded schools under an Alberta Party government, says leader Stephen Mandel. “Parents should be able

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United Conservative government would focus on newcomer credentials

Alberta Opposition Leader Jason Kenney is promising new rules and legislation to reduce red tape to help immigrants with advanced degrees work in the

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Alberta government subsidies increasing for fossil fuel industry: report

The Alberta government’s subsidies to the fossil fuel sector are increasing and surpassed $2 billion in the last fiscal year, according to a report

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Government revokes charity status of Canadian Jewish group that supported ‘foreign armed forces’

A Canadian Jewish organization has been stripped of its charity status following a government audit that found it had provided support to “foreign armed

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