Too much oil production isn't always a good thing.
Alberta had been expected to lead economic growth next year.
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EDMONTON - A new study suggests the environmental health risks of oilsands operations in Alberta's Athabasca region have
CALGARY - The federal government, an oil giant and a biofuels company are teaming up to build a $19-million plant in northern
EDMONTON - The Canadian arm of a U.S.-based pipeline company is facing environmental charges related to a massive leak that
Carbon taxes are once again dominating the discussion over energy policy in Alberta, where Environment Minister Diana McQueen has proposed a sharp hike to Alberta's carbon levy.
CALGARY - Despite a dramatic improvement in the price Alberta producers get for their crude oil in recent months, Natural
EDMONTON - Water released from a pipeline spill at an oilsands facility in northern Alberta was toxic to fish, a provincial
The climate and energy challenge is frequently portrayed as a world of absolutes. We are either doomed, or salvation is just around the corner. We have either missed the narrow window to forestall disaster, or are told it is premature to act in the face of persistent uncertainties.