Pedestrians need to be wary
Re: “Fatal crossings,” Feb. 19.
I read today’s article about pedestrian safety with interest. Then I got into my car and was driving up 14th Street N.W. 1,173 more words
Alberta’s oil and gas industry is on tenterhooks as it awaits the findings of the province’s royalty review.
A four-member panel has spent the past five months examining how the province charges energy firms to extract resources. 586 more words
Two former Tory energy ministers are warning the NDP government to tread cautiously if it is contemplating elimination of some current drilling programs in its royalty review later this month. 599 more words
By Jeff Loomis, Patricia Jones and Franco Savoia
Re: “Budget 2015 feels like deja vu all over again,” Ted Morton, Opinion, Nov. 12.
“God Please Give Us Another Boom. 610 more words
The NDP plan to mobilize $2.1 billion through its financial institutions to spur economic diversification and create jobs has merit and does not necessarily pose a threat to taxpayer savings, says the former head of the Alberta Investment Management Corp. 682 more words
Alberta’s savings will not be put at risk by a plan to invest in Alberta companies because politicians will stay out of the decision-making process, Premier Rachel Notley said Thursday. 672 more words