Alberta

The fire occurred the day after Eid-al-Fitr, the Muslim celebration that marks the end of the holy month Ramadan....

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Finance Minister Bill Morneau speaks to reports about the state of the Trans Mountain Pipeline. Canada will buy the Pipeline project for 4.5 Billion. ...

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The Trans Mountain pipeline expansion has become a major flashpoint in B.C.-Alberta relations with an impact across the country, as well....

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Notley stated she will be staying in Alberta to focus on the May 31st deadline for the Trans Mountain Pipeline project....

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Finance Minister Bill Morneau says B.C.'s premier is acting unconstitutionally in the Kinder Morgan dispute, and Morneau says that the federal government will compensate Kinder Morgan for costs associated to delays. ...

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The government of Canada announced on Tuesday an investment of $10 million to improve high-speed internet access in rural and remote communities in British Columbia, Alberta and Manitoba....

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Canadian unemployment rises

December 4, 2015 | 0 Comments

A report from the federal government said there was a huge drop in jobs in November, and according to one business expert, the losses were more than predicted....

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Thousands gather to remember RCMP Constable

January 26, 2015 | 0 Comments

By Comfort Obeng Constable David Wynn’s funeral was held in St. Albert, Edmonton at a hockey arena on Monday. Over 5,000 people attended including Prime Minister Stephen Harper. On behalf of all Canadians, I’m Honoured...

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Statistics Canada announced Friday that Canada's unemployment rate is at its lowest since November 2008, sitting at 6.5 per cent....

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Despite Indie Week being held in Toronto, it was a central Canadian band that shone....

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