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Village Brewery says it is pulling all of its 1.89-litre bottles known as growlers from store shelves.
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Money from the sale will be used to reduce the Calgary-based company's debt.
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"Everybody's in survival mode".
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Many customers are hoping to reclaim items when things turn around.
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"It's absolutely the worst that we've seen the 21 years that I've been doing this."
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Mowat says if they do this right, there may never be a need for another royalty review in Alberta.
40 per cent of Albertans feel overhwelmed by their debt.
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The Red Deer air zone is now required to develop a response to reduce levels.
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Character building, or safety violations?
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About a quarter of WestJet's capacity originates from the oil-producing province.
Staff think the dough left behind was likely a mistake.
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A proposed new Edmonton bylaw will affect the ride-sharing company's future in the city.
"From an environmental point of view locally, it's astonishing and overwhelming."
What does success look like for Alberta within ten years?
The regulator ordered that the company cease operation of 95 pipelines in the province.
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In one corner, Canada's Energy Citizens. In the other, Greenpeace.
"When times are good, you can’t get enough people. When times are bad, you can’t shed them fast enough."
Penn West estimates that the workforce reduction will reduce spending about $45 million a year
The province is on track to record a $5.9-billion deficit this year.
An analyst says Canadian Oil Sands is at risk of missing its production targets because of a fire at a Syncrude oilsands plant over the weekend.
With volatile oil markets, industry players are looking for a degree of certainty as they formulate next year's spending plans.
For $15 you can get 150 breaths.
The Wildrose opposition accused the NDP of blowing off the delegation.
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The company says things should be running more smoothly now.
The prevailing mood in Alberta right now is low-simmering anxiety.
"We just hope for a better working relationship with Nexen where they share their test data."
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Dry weathe, hail has resulted in a "significant increase'' in the number of claims across the province.
"Good luck. You're going to need it.''
The provincial and federal governments have long promised to do a better job protecting boreal caribou herds.
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The way the industry thinks about the areas of capital planning, budgeting and forecasting has to change, as priorities shift from identifying and finding opportunities to getting the most out of a portfolio of assets that often far exceed the available capital.
So far, there have been no reports of harm to wildlife.
"I certainly notice less trucks and cars parked at the hotels in town overnight."