Q&A: How buying a pipeline could change the Indigenous business landscape

A group of First Nations have plans to become the new owners of the Trans Mountain pipeline and its controversial…

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Nearly 6 in 10 Canadians call lack of new pipeline capacity a ‘crisis,’ poll suggests

A slight majority of Canadians are calling the lack of new oil pipeline capacity in the country a “crisis,” according…

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Edmonton councillors ask staff for clear options to replace some bus routes

Edmonton city councillors want a clearer picture of how residents in some neighbourhoods will be able to access transit next year…

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Fort McMurray homes had normal levels of indoor toxins after wildfire: study

A new study indicates dust from homes in Fort McMurray, Alta., had normal levels of indoor contaminants a year after a…

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‘Edmonton really needs it’: Hometown soccer pro impressed with indoor soccer dome

It’s been nearly 15 years since professional soccer player Tosaint Ricketts moved from Edmonton to Chile to train year round. Now, he wants…

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Planned throne speech suggests no Alberta election in March

It looks like Alberta won’t have an election in March. A spokesperson for Premier Rachel Notley confirmed on Tuesday the legislature…

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New rules for construction zones on Alberta highways designed to help traffc flow

New rules for construction zones on Alberta highways require contractors to cover speed reduction signs when there aren’t any workers on site…

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Immunizations still urged as Alberta heads into second half of flu season

Halfway through the influenza season it appears Albertans aren’t being hit as hard as they were last year, but a provincial…

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Getting ahead of wildfires: controlled burns underway in Jasper National Park

If you’ve been to the Jasper area in the last month, you might have seen smoke in the air. Fear…

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‘Survival time’: It’s mating season for Edmonton’s urban coyotes

Coyotes are fiercely protective of their partners and Edmonton’s resident scavengers will have little patience for perceived predators during their…

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