Can Albertans Be Objective About The Oil Patch?

Can Albertans Be Objective About The Oil Patch?

11.14.2013
Last week, American filmmaker Gregory Kallenberg launched a Canadian version of Rational Middle Energy Series. It's a set of short films...
Ikea Canada's BIG Push For Sustainability

Ikea Canada's BIG Push For Sustainability

The Canadian Press  11.14.2013
TORONTO - Ikea Canada has bought a 46-megawatt wind farm project under construction in Pincher Creek, Alta.The furniture retailer acquired...
Alberta House Prices Go Up.. And Down?

Alberta House Prices Go Up.. And Down?

11.14.2013
OTTAWA - Statistics Canada says its new housing price index was unchanged in September, following a 0.1 per cent advance in August.It says...
These Provinces Want More Foreign Workers

These Provinces Want More Foreign Workers

Lee-Anne Goodman, The Canadian Press  11.13.2013
OTTAWA - The temporary foreign workers controversy could be on the agenda Friday as provincial and territorial leaders gather in Toronto,...
Oilsands Expansion Not So Great For The Rest Of Canada: Report

Oilsands Expansion Not So Great For The Rest Of Canada: Report

The Canadian Press  11.13.2013
MONTREAL - The federal and provincial governments need to do more to offset risks and regional disparities stemming from rapid expansion...
'We Need To Be Ready'

'We Need To Be Ready'

Lauren Krugel, The Canadian Press  11.13.2013
CALGARY - With the Northwest Territories preparing to take control of its resource development next spring, its industry minister has been...
Oil By Rail Not The Boogeyman We're Led To Believe

Oil By Rail Not The Boogeyman We're Led To Believe

11.12.2013
In a misguided attempt to push for approval of the Keystone Pipeline, Vancouver's Fraser Institute recently published a study entitled...
Alberta Vs. The Keystone Protesters

Alberta Vs. The Keystone Protesters

The Canadian Press  11. 8.2013
CALGARY - Alberta's energy minister says it's important the province keeps pushing for U.S. approval of the controversial Keystone XL oil...
This May Cripple Entire Canadian Oil Industry: Opponents

This May Cripple Entire Canadian Oil Industry: Opponents

11. 8.2013
Alberta's proposed oil and gas regulations are too ambitious and will hobble the Canadian industry's ability to compete, says...
This Mess Is 'Totally Solvable': Operator

This Mess Is 'Totally Solvable': Operator

Lauren Krugel, The Canadian Press  11. 7.2013
CALGARY - The president of Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. says bitumen leaks at its Primrose oilsands project are "totally solvable" and...
'Ballerinas, Train Conductors May As Well Be Monitoring Oilsands'

'Ballerinas, Train Conductors May As Well Be Monitoring Oilsands'

11. 6.2013
The Alberta government may as well hire a group of ballerinas and a railway engineer to monitor the oilsands, the Alberta Liberals charge,...
This Thing Just Got More Expensive

This Thing Just Got More Expensive

Lauren Krugel, The Canadian Press  11. 6.2013
CALGARY - The CEO of Enbridge Inc. says he sees momentum shifting in favour of his company's controversial Northern Gateway pipeline, with...
Massive Layoffs At Canadian Energy Giant

Massive Layoffs At Canadian Energy Giant

Lauren Krugel, The Canadian Press  11. 5.2013
CALGARY - Encana Corp. is cutting its workforce by 20 per cent, slashing its dividend and spinning off a huge chunk of its Alberta land...
LOOK: Massive Tower Would Dwarf Others In The West

LOOK: Massive Tower Would Dwarf Others In The West

11. 4.2013
Move over, Calgary. Edmonton wants to usurp the title of tallest tower in the west. A proposed, 71-storey skyscraper, dubbed "The Edmontonian,"...