A government program to encourage Alberta businesses, non-profits and institutions to replace energy inefficient lights and heating has brought some suppliers’ sales to a standstill. 557 more words
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Despite a steady wave of indicators that suggest Calgary’s economy is on the mend after a bruising recession, data released Thursday show the city is dealing with a glut of housing that hasn’t been so big in two decades, perhaps longer. 507 more words
Four months after seizing more than 25,000 Husky Energy Inc. documents as part of an investigation into a major pipeline spill in Saskatchewan last summer, federal officials want a Regina judge to rule on whether additional files the Calgary-based company says are protected by attorney-client privilege should be disclosed. 530 more words
This Sunday, July 23, Titsey Place gardens will be open for the National Garden Scheme. Opening times are 1-5pm. Adults £4.50, children £1. Titsey Place, Water Lane, Limpsfield. 158 more words
As Alberta’s economy rebounds from the downturn in the price of oil, new data shows employment insurance use is on the decline.
The province outpaced the rest of Canada with an 11.1 per cent year-over-year decline in EI beneficiaries, according to Statistics Canada. 543 more words
The president of SGI says the Crown corporation has had discussions with 16 different firms about a partial sale of the insurance company.
Those talks are “preliminary” and “high-level” according to Joe Hargrave, the minister responsible for SGI. 384 more words