Alberta’s Progressive Conservatives have laid out the rules for their leadership contest, including retroactive finance disclosure and a rule forbidding candidates from doing anything that could harm the PC brand. 158 more words
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It could take another year or more before regulations are drafted to give teeth to controversial farm safety legislation that sparked raucous rallies and fractured relations between many in rural Alberta and the government. 466 more words
The government calls it MWF-009.
Darby Allen, the regional fire chief of Wood Buffalo, calls it The Beast.
Regardless of what it’s called the Fort McMurray wildfire is erratic, unpredictable and extremely dangerous. 888 more words
Alberta’s NDP government is repealing legislation that it once railed against as a noxious throwback to the paternalistic colonialism of yesteryear.
Indigenous Relations Minister Richard Feehan introduced legislation Tuesday to repeal Bill 22, the Aboriginal Consultation Levy Act. 451 more words
Three-year-old Isaac Caskenette can now eat ice cream, something that has his mother rejoicing.
Diagnosed with necrotizing enterocolitis and a cow’s milk protein allergy soon after birth, Isaac could only absorb a special infant formula called Neocate for most of his young life. 451 more words
CALGARY – Pembina Pipeline Corp. is looking to build a large-scale petrochemical processing plant in Alberta that could benefit from a new subsidy program.
The company announced Monday that it is partnering with a subsidiary of the Kuwait Petroleum Corp. 329 more words
CALGARY – The head of Alberta’s largest union said he wouldn’t be surprised if the NDP government came to them with a zero per cent wage increase offer. 434 more words