Premier Alison Redford has shuffled her cabinet.
Doug Horner remains Minister of Finance, while Diana McQueen is the new Minister of Energy, Ken Hughes becomes Minister of Municipal Affairs replacing Doug […]
Shell Canada’s plan for a 100,000 barrel per day expansion to its Jackpine mine has been approved by the federal government.
Environment Minister Leona Aglukkaq admits the expansion is “likely to cause […]
Provincial political analysts are predicting Premier Alison Redford will have a major cabinet shuffle soon.
Mount Royal University political scientist Keith Brownsey says he thinks the only minister who is safe […]
A new study says Canadian aboriginal people don’t trust the oil and gas industry, but that doesn’t mean they oppose energy projects.
The school of public policy at the University of Calgary surveyed aboriginal […]
The SPCA is raising money to help more than 1,000 homeless, abused and abandoned animals it cares for every year.
It’s asking people to visit its Peter Pond Mall booth through to the 16th to purchase a light […]
Politicians in British Columbia are upset that the National Energy Board doesn’t plan to unveil its decision on the Northern Gateway oil sands pipeline in their province.
The NEB is going to hold a media […]
A new study by an environmental monitoring agency finds the plants and animals in the oilsands area are actually pretty healthy.
The Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute says it found the oilsands area, […]