The fund also assists in product development, testing and prototyping.
A report by Bloomberg News says Ottawa is in talks to allocate $1 billion for infrastructure projects in the two provinces.
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The finance minister said infrastructure investments could help Alberta as oil prices fall.
"We're very, very conscious of the situation."
But she's not looking for a date.
The move affects 7,000 civil servants.
"Together we ought to be able to spur social change."
The phrase has a certain "genehsaykwah."
Alberta was the only province to decline the funding.
"Our goal is not to collect the carbon price forever.''
EDMONTON — Premier Rachel Notley says the proposed expansion of a pipeline to the B.C. coast is not just in Alberta's best interests, but is the best thing for Canada as well. "This important pipeline...
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The leadership convention will be held in 2017.
It's the second time the report has been delayed.
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Is it time for Deborah Drever to return to the NDP caucus?
344 boxes of high-level records were destroyed.
Sweeping demographic changes have drastically changed what was Canada's most conservative province. The cause of these demographic changes has been massive interprovincial and international migration. Conservatives in Alberta are vocal, well-connected and well-funded but they are not the majority. Progressives are.
"I beg for us to be understood."
Redford resigned as premier on March 19, 2014.
Shannon Phillips is working toward a different province than the one in which she grew up.
"Sometimes you win people over... sometimes you grind out the change you need.''
It's good to talk about safety, but more important to take action.
This year's current budget forecasts a $6.1-billion deficit.
Premier Rachel Notley says the group is cherry-picking parts of the memo.
The change comes too late for many women.
Standard and Poor dropped the province's rating one notch.
An assassination threat is a serious call to action and the owner must be held accountable. For days, hateful and vulgar comments about assassinating Rachel Notley were on Wildrose leader Brian Jean's Facebook page. This goes beyond letting off steam over Bill 6.
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The CFIB says it obtained a memo through a freedom of information request.
"Some people need to be reminded it's the season for giving, not taking.''
The so-called Paris Agreement comes less than two months after Alberta's new climate change plan.