Neil Young-Backed First Nations Files Lawsuit

Neil Young-Backed First Nations Files Lawsuit

Bob Weber, The Canadian Press  01.16.2014
EDMONTON - A northern Alberta aboriginal band has filed documents asking the Federal Court to overturn the approval of Shell's mammoth...
Now We're Building Pipelines In Western Australian

Now We're Building Pipelines In Western Australian

The Canadian Press  01.15.2014
CALGARY - Calgary-based utility TransAlta Corp. (TSX:TA) is forming a joint-venture with an Australian firm, whose first project will be...
No 'Plan B' For Keystone: CEO

No 'Plan B' For Keystone: CEO

01.15.2014
TransCanada CEO Russ Girling says the company doesn't have a backup plan in case the Keystone XL pipeline isn't approved, because...
India Keen On Oilsands: Redford

India Keen On Oilsands: Redford

The Canadian Press  01.15.2014
EDMONTON - Premier Alison Redford says the government of India is keen on tapping into Alberta's oilsands bitumen for its rapidly expanding...
Man Can't Get Truck Fixed Despite Warranty

Man Can't Get Truck Fixed Despite Warranty

01.15.2014
A Calgary man is going public with his frustration about trying to get his vehicle fixed under warranty. Michael Rae bought a Dodge...
All Of Canada Should Help Develop Alberta Oilsands: Economic Leader

All Of Canada Should Help Develop Alberta Oilsands: Economic Leader

The Canadian Press  01.14.2014
EDMONTON - All of Canada should be working to develop Alberta oilsands because the trillions of dollars it can generate can go to help...
Unions Only Stand To Lose With Proposed Pension Changes, Say Leaders

Unions Only Stand To Lose With Proposed Pension Changes, Say Leaders

Dean Bennett, The Canadian Press  01.14.2014
EDMONTON - Alberta union leaders say proposed changes to public-service pension plans are an extreme response to a manufactured crisis...
Majority Of Albertans Side With Him

Majority Of Albertans Side With Him

01.14.2014
Neil Young's condemnation of the oilsands sparked a loud, and at times vicious, debate but the majority of Albertans seem to think the...
Is This The Solution To Alberta's Emissions Problem?

Is This The Solution To Alberta's Emissions Problem?

John Cotter, The Canadian Press  01.14.2014
EDMONTON - A report says Alberta could save money and cut greenhouse gas emissions if it offered people and businesses financial incentives...
Controversial Move By Canada Post, Withdrawn Within Hours

Controversial Move By Canada Post, Withdrawn Within Hours

01.13.2014
Mere hours after it was introduced, Canada Post has withdrawn a surcharge it applied to parcels being shipped to Fort McMurray. The surcharge,...
Postmedia Slashes Jobs In Calgary.. Again

Postmedia Slashes Jobs In Calgary.. Again

The Canadian Press  01.13.2014
TORONTO - Postmedia Network Canada Corp. (TSX:PNC.B) plans to outsource its classified advertising call centre in Calgary, laying off most...
Surprise Guest On Redford's India Tour

Surprise Guest On Redford's India Tour

Dean Bennett, The Canadian Press  01.13.2014
EDMONTON - A controversial Edmonton member of the legislature has made a surprise guest appearance at Alberta Premier Alison Redford's...
Alberta's The Champ.. Of Destroying Pretty Things

Alberta's The Champ.. Of Destroying Pretty Things

Bob Weber, The Canadian Press  01.13.2014
EDMONTON - A national study suggests that Alberta has disturbed more natural landscape than any other province.The analysis by Global Forest...
Calgary's 'Red Mile' Will Never Be Quite The Same

Calgary's 'Red Mile' Will Never Be Quite The Same

01.13.2014
The heart of Calgary's notorious'Red Mile' has closed it doors, catching many Calgarians off-guard. Melrose Grill & Bar on 17th Ave S.W....