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It's good to talk about safety, but more important to take action.
Crude doldrums linger, squeezing the finances of the many Albertans who rely on oil and gas to make a living.
University Of Calgary
"Did I come with a wallet full of cash? No.''
The oil company donated $2 million to the school.
Premier Rachel Notley says the group is cherry-picking parts of the memo.
The CFIB says it obtained a memo through a freedom of information request.
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The controversial farm safety bill was unclear when it was rolled out.
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"If you think that things are going back to business as usual, you're in denial.''
Isis Clothing Co.
Ontario will soon allow people to buy beer in grocery stores.
Edmonton's Food Bank
The small business has been called Isis Clothing Co. for 10 years.
"This gift will help us provide food on the tables for hungry people in 2016."
The so-called Paris Agreement comes less than two months after Alberta's new climate change plan.
"The last thing we want to do is let anybody go during this time.''
The report described the situation as "a bust…without an ensuing boom."