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"Employers are responsible to take all precautions to ensure their workers are safe."
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Notley says Quebec is just planning on conducting a review.
It means consumer demand is likely to be stronger than it would be in other parts of the country in times of recession.
The U.S. benchmark price of oil is above US$33 a barrel.
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"It's a lot. It's a helluva lot of money."
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Money from the program is allocated on a per capita basis, at $60 a person.
The program was set up in 2012 after intense criticism of how the Alberta government was doing the job.
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A number of factors are prompting energy companies to reconsider expansion of production.
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A cyberattack on a pipeline could put Albertans or the environment at risk.
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Greening the building sector is one of the most cost-effective and economically beneficial ways to reduce energy demand and emissions while also supporting climate adaptation and resilience. These solutions exist and can be put into action right now. It's also a solid way to get a moribund economy moving.
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Once seen, it can't be unseen.
Amendments are expected in the fall sitting of the legislature.
Trudeau has faced pressure to advocate for the project.
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"If nothing else, at least he is listening.''
Steve Williams was among seven oil and gas leaders who met with the prime minister.
"There's people that need help now."
CALGARY — The Alberta government is looking to boost the province's petrochemical sector with a new program that it expects will attract up to $5 billion in investment. Royalty credits amounting to $5...
A flat five per cent royalty rate will be applied on wells until their revenues equal a cost allowance, after which rates will go up.
Crises can make us restless, inquisitive, and ready for innovative revolution. With history as a guide, we can expect some noteworthy entrepreneurial trendsetters to emerge from the current crisis -- people who refuse to be intimidated and instead think creatively about making the best of a downturn.
"Industry's anxious to get this one past us and move on."
"When they get laid off they're seeing it as an opportunity."
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Five million litres of emulsion spilled into muskeg at the oilsands project southeast of Fort McMurray, Alta.
"Today has been a very tough day indeed."
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The proposed pipeline would take Alberta crude as far east as an Irving Oil refinery in Saint John, N.B.
Canada-wide, the number of EI recipients increased 45,800 since last year.
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"We will not make reckless cuts that would simply make a bad situation worse."
"This is a project that will benefit all of Canada."
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The fund also assists in product development, testing and prototyping.
Dr. Rohan Bissoondath of Preventous Health says sick note requests have become a daily occurrence at his clinic.
"Don't drive because honestly, you're too lazy to drive. Call us instead and get the munchies you need delivered to your door."
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A report by Bloomberg News says Ottawa is in talks to allocate $1 billion for infrastructure projects in the two provinces.
The regulator says this is the third action against Apache in seven months.