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Alberta Premier Rachel Notley to re-visit Fort McMurray

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley is headed to Fort McMurray Wednesday to meet with some of the people who were affected by wildfires that devastated the city earlier this year. 100 more words

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Alberta mulls setting green electricity target in law

The Alberta government is considering enshrining in law its target of generating 30 per cent of the province’s electricity from renewable sources by 2030, said Shannon Phillips, the minister responsible for the climate change office. 274 more words


East Meets West at Khazana in Edmonton, Alberta

My third gray, drizzly, chilly day in Edmonton, Alberta, took a delightfully warm and colorful turn when I opened the door to Khazana. Consistently ranked as one of the best Indian restaurants in Alberta’s capital, Khazana (which means “treasure”) captures the timeless spirit of India through both its décor that combines traditional and modern and its outstanding menu of the finest the subcontinent has to offer. 19 more words


Capital Power Corp downgraded despite strong Q3

Capital Power Corp.’s strong quarterly results were not enough to prevent a downgrade.

The Edmonton, Alberta-based power producer was cut to sector performer from sector outperformer at CIBC World Markets, after it posted Q3 earnings per share of 31 cents came in ahead of analysts’ estimates of 25 cents. 355 more words

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A Lovely Gift

Judy’s painting captures the nostalgia of a trip to the mountains… well, hopefully the owners of this car retired near Mt. Robson weren’t actually on a holiday when the car was parked for good!  27 more words


Tuesday's letters: City bungles bridge opening with overzealous ticketing

So the City of Edmonton does it again. They open a brand new bridge across the North Saskatchewan River at Terwillegar Park, a location where they know there is not enough parking even on a normal sunny Sunday. 782 more words


Another pictureless post playing catch up.

Canmore has been quite kind to Amanda and myself, Thus far we have had no issues with where we’ve been spending out nights. Actually we’re going quite against all advice by staying in the same spot for prolonged periods, only moving the van when e’re heading to Banff of Calgary, Kind of funny seeing as how there’s a “ no overnight/camping sign there. 386 more words