FORT SASKATCHEWAN, Alta. — The CEO of Royal Dutch Shell Plc says a decision to back away from its Carmon Creek oilsands project last month does n...
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Firefighters in northern Saskatchewan spent the weekend practicing with their new equipment.
"It's done. Over. I just don't see the point in talking about it."
McDavid left the ice favouring his left shoulder.
Const. Ismail Bhabha was convicted in August.
A panel is working on such a strategy for Notley.
"It is devastating for us."
Preliminary results of the company's probe reveal the rail cars may have been tampered with.
The Calgary-based oil producer and refiner said it has reduced its workforce by 700 people for the second half of the year.
The 46-year-old man was being moved from police cells to the remand centre along with five others.
Here are a few things to watch for in Tuesday's Alberta budget.
"I wouldn't use the word disappointing because a lot of analysts are already expecting the worst."
In a letter to shareholders, Canadian Oil Sands calls the Suncor bid undervalued, opportunistic and exploitative.
Canada's oil and gas industry is facing increased environmental and budgetary pressures.
CALGARY — Alberta's justice minister says she would like to see changes made next year that would reduce the number of aboriginal children in care ...
"I just know he's a band member who didn't have a job, wasn't employed, and was living in the community and obviously needed some kind of help that we weren't giving him."
An investigation cleared John Montalbano and the Sauder School of Business of trying to muzzle a professor, but said they made "mistakes."
EDMONTON — It started earlier this year when a seven-year-old transgender girl wanted to use the girl's washroom in her Catholic school.
"More than anything now, we hope her death can help others.''
The "bullying and harassment helpline" will help staff make complaints about inappropriate behaviour in the workplace.
Healing can't begin until caregivers find the root cause of the pain, Kennedy said
The program, called GameSense, was developed in British Columbia.
Mitchell Harkes, 22, was found guilty of seven offences including second-degree murder, attempted murder and aggravated assault.
Some of the cars show tell-tale signs of abandonment.
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