Cenovus says it’s planning to spend 13 percent less next year, but also expects a 10 percent jump in oil production.
It cut the amount it’s expecting to spend to expand its Foster Creek oil sands project by 12 […]
RBC says there’s no sign of a housing bubble or a real estate price correction coming up in Alberta.
Chief economist Craig Wright says Alberta is safe because the strong labour market and more consumer spending […]
Average apartment rent in the municipality is up more than six percent over the last year.
The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation says every kind of apartment got more expensive from last October to this […]
Municipal council is meeting today to go over its 2014 budget.
Unlike previous years, this year’s budget meeting started at 9:30 AM instead of happening during the usual Tuesday evening meetings.
Canada Post says it’s going to phase out delivering mail to homes in cities.
It says because of higher costs and less mail being sent, it’ll switch to community mail boxes over the next five years.
It’s also […]
A standing committee of the legislature will look at the possibility of high speed rail in the province this week, with hearings in Edmonton, Calgary and Red Deer.
The founder of High Speed Rail Canada Paul […]
RCMP say the two vehicles that crashed on Highway 63 yesterday morning were a pickup truck and an armoured car.
It says the two hit each other head-on near Stony Mountain Road, south of the 881 turnoff.
Oil is now flowing through the southern leg of the Keystone XL pipeline, as of Saturday morning.
TransCanada says it plans to inject 3 billion barrels of oil into the system in the coming weeks.
The Conference Board of Canada says Alberta will take over the number one spot in the country for economic growth next year.
Chief economist Todd Crawford says they expect Alberta’s GDP to grow by 3.4 percent […]
Canadian Oil Sands has picked its new CEO.
It says 20-year industry veteran Ryan Kubik will take over for the outgoing Marcel Coutu.
Kubik has been the company’s chief financial officer since 2007.
The teenager who murdered a 31-year old woman in late 2011 has been sentenced to life imprisonment with no eligibilty for parole for 7 years.
Rayden Tilley was sentenced on Saturday, almost two years after he […]
The province says it’s getting started on more Highway 63 twinning work.
A 130 million dollar project on 26 kilometres of the road will start today.
The stretch runs from south of Horse Creek, just south of […]
The province says it’s putting the finishing touches on the rebuilt Grant MacEwan bridge.
It says it also finished pouring concrete for the northbound onramp from Franklin Avenue onto the Athabasca River Bridge […]
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 […]
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TransCanada CEO Russ Girling says the argument over the Keystone XL oil sands pipeline is being framed unfairly.
He told a business forum in Lake Louise that environmental groups have turned the project into a […]
The municipality says it expects to open the Fort Chipewyan winter road by December 15th, weather permitting.
It also says there are a few improvements coming to the road this year.
It’s going to build up […]
The provincial government says its MLAs are leading by example by voting to freeze their pay for the next three years.
Both PC and Wildrose members voted in favour of the freeze in the all-party Member Services […]