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Aurora Cannabis to build production facility in Medicine Hat

Medicine Hat - Aurora Cannabis Inc. today announced it is acquiring approximately 29 hectares (72 acres) of land in Medicine Hat, Alberta, where the Company plans to begin construction on a new high-technology hybrid greenhouse cannabis production facility.

Alberta plan to cut oil shipments will affect all of West Coast

Alberta's plan to shut off oil and gas shipments to British Columbia could have unintended consequences along the entire West Coast of North America, causing a surge in gas prices and shifting the flow of international crude.

Alberta unveils legislation designed to cripple B.C. citizens

Premier John Horgan was assured by Prime Minister Trudeau the federal government would not punish B.C. citizens over the Trans Mountain dispute, but that promise did not include Alberta - which has unveiled legislation that will cripple B.C.

Truck company suspended in investigation of Humboldt bus crash

Calgary - The trucking company that contracted the semi-truck involved in the Humboldt Broncos bus crash that killed 15 people and injured 14 others has been suspended pending an investigation.

Alberta plans on imposing 'serious economic consequences' on B.C.

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says British Columbia’s opposition to the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion threatens the rule of law in Canada and says she made it clear in a phone call to B.C. Premier John Horgan that her province is retaliating.

Alberta oil and gas methane emissions grossly under-reported

Alberta - A new, peer-reviewed scientific study shows that oil and gas methane emissions were 15 times higher than what the industry reported in the Red Deer production area in Alberta.

In Canada, cannabis has huge impact on commercial real estate

Alberta - Back in November 2017, Alberta made the decision to allow private cannabis outlets to spring up across the province. This decision has proved to be a boon for the commercial real estate industry.

Alberta government gives petrochemical industry $1 billion boost

The provincial government will spend $1 billion over the next four years on the petrochemical industry to try to diversify Alberta’s energy sector.

Alberta premier threatens to turn off the oil tap in B.C. dispute

Edmonton - Alberta Premier Rachel Notley has ratcheted up the stakes in her fight to get the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion built, threatening to cut off the oil taps to British Columbia and even the rest of Canada, if necessary.

TransCanada moves forward on $2.4 billion NGTL expansion

TransCanada will spend $2.4 billion to expand its NGTL System, adding one billion cubic feet of daily shipping capacity, according to a statement Thursday.

Alberta's first renewable energy auction sets new low for wind

Alberta - The government of Alberta, Canada, home to the world's third-largest oil reserves, on Wednesday actioned off 595 megawatts of renewable energy capacity to be built in the province, exceeding the government's target of 400 megawatts.

Alberta unveils new rules on large carbon emissions industries

Alberta, Canada's main crude oil-producing province, unveiled new rules governing how it plans to charge large industrial carbon emitters including the oilsands sector, targeting a 19 percent cut in emissions by 2030.

Alberta sets aside $1.4 billion to help reduce carbon emissions

Calgary - Alberta is setting aside close to $1.4 billion from climate levies to help industry reduce carbon emissions. The government said the funding, spread over seven years, will make it easier for industries to invest in new technologies.

Canada's methane emissions 25 - 50 percent higher than feared

The Canadian oil and gas industry and federal government may be underestimating Alberta's emissions of methane, one of the most potent greenhouse gases.

In latest disruption to oil exports, Shell halts Nigerian exports

Royal Dutch Shell on Wednesday confirmed its crude oil exports from Nigeria have been "significantly" disrupted, adding to an already shaky output situation in the West African country.

Canada in need of widespread dental care reform Special

A country-wide dental cost reform may be on its way if Quebecers get their way. In early April, the Quebec-based Journal de Montreal released a report finding dental fees in La Belle province were the most expensive in the country.

Tens of thousands flee fire-ravaged northern Alberta city

Fort Mcmurray - Canadian police and soldiers help thousands of residents evacuate south of Fort McMurray, Alberta, as a wildfire continues to burn out-of-control in the country's oil sands region.

After a century in Canada, Bison return to Montana reservation

A herd of 89 plains bison in Canada will be relocated to a Native American reservation in Montana next month, and tribal leaders say this is a welcome homecoming for an animal that is an emblem of their way of life.

Anti-NDP rally protests bills on farm safety and LGBTQ students Special

Edmonton - On the day of the speech from the throne and first day of the Alberta Legislature spring session, hundreds of protesters arrived to protest the NDP government.

Number of flu-related deaths in Alberta jumps to 10

Edmonton - Provincial statistics just released by Alberta Health Services show that 10 people have died from contracting the flu this season. Of the 10, nine had not received a flu shot.

Elite team of sniffer dogs smack down zebra mussel invasion

No zebra mussels have invaded B.C. waters yet, and an Alberta-based team that uses mussel-sniffing dogs intends to keep it that way. Discovered in the U.S. 20 years ago, it's believed the tiny critters hitchhiked in the ballast tanks of European ships.

Photo essay: Alberta's winter bird species Special

As winter sets in across Alberta many bird species head south, but even with the cold weather and deep snow some birds stick around. They are the hardy few, which make Alberta and Canada their year-round home.

Op-Ed: Few drops of orange and red in huge lake of blue in Alberta race

Edmonton - There may have been an orange crush by the New Democratic Party in the last Alberta provincial election, but this will not translate into a gain of many if any seats in the federal election.

Premier Rachel Notley and cabinet sworn in while thousands watch Special

Edmonton - Thousands of people packed the grounds of the Alberta Legislature to see Premier Rachel Notley and her cabinet be sworn in as the new government of Alberta.

Notley packs room with final pre-election rally Special

Edmonton - Rachel Notley, leader of Alberta's NDP, drew a crowd of over 1,000 to the Kingsway Ramada on May 3 for the "Rally for Change."

Leader of Alberta's NDP Rachel Notley reveals election platform Special

Edmonton - Rachel Notley, leader of Alberta's New Democrats, revealed her party's election platform at a press conference in Edmonton on April 19.

Western Canada will lose 70% of its glaciers by 2100

The loss of glacial ice in British Columbia and Alberta could profoundly affect not only local ecosystems but power supplies and water quality. As much as 70 percent of glaciers will disappear by the end of the 21st century.

Actions in Edmonton concerning government, equality of women Special

Edmonton - Several politically-motivated actions in Edmonton on March 7 and 8 brought out hundreds of concerned citizens on a range of current events.

Notley tears into Tories in speech to Provincial NDP Council Special

Edmonton - Rachel Notley, leader of Alberta's New Democrats, tore into Premier Jim Prentice's Conservatives in her speech January 31 to the NDP Provincial Council.

Edmonton city hosts its first commercial drone flight Special

Edmonton - The city of Edmonton added a new chapter to its history by hosting the first sanctioned commercial drone operation on Wednesday.
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A long cabin, age unknown. There could be as many as nine or ten people, living in a house this size.
Alberta Premier Alison Redford
Alberta Premier Alison Redford
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Two Canada Geese finally made up after a half an hour of fighting on the frozen Bow River  Inglewood...
Two Canada Geese finally made up after a half an hour of fighting on the frozen Bow River, Inglewood Bird Sanctuary, Calgary, Alberta.
Close-up of a camel at the Calgary Zoo. This image is part of a photo album that honors the Calgary ...
Close-up of a camel at the Calgary Zoo. This image is part of a photo album that honors the Calgary Zoo animals and was taken before the devastating June 2013 flood in Calgary, Alberta.
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Call area, Calgary Food Bank
Brian Mason is sworn in as a cabint minister.
Brian Mason is sworn in as a cabint minister.
Frank McCallum  President  Alberta Teachers  Association Local for the Pembina Hills Regional School...
Frank McCallum, President, Alberta Teachers' Association Local for the Pembina Hills Regional School Division.
Fort McMurray wildfire expands into Saskatchewan. About 771 hectares have burned in the province so ...
Fort McMurray wildfire expands into Saskatchewan. About 771 hectares have burned in the province so far.
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Alberta s meat packing plant
Alberta's meat packing plant
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Rally for Retirement Security  March 2  2014
Rally for Retirement Security, March 2, 2014
From left: new cabinet ministers Shannon Phillips  Lori Sigurdson  Sarah Hoffman  Joe Ceci  and Davi...
From left: new cabinet ministers Shannon Phillips, Lori Sigurdson, Sarah Hoffman, Joe Ceci, and David Eggen.
Feeding time after a long ride on switch backs.
Feeding time after a long ride on switch backs.
Organizers of the Idle No More rally.
Organizers of the Idle No More rally.
A Horned Owl.
A Horned Owl.
Alberta Rocky mountains  somewhere in Kananaskis taken in the late evening.
Alberta Rocky mountains, somewhere in Kananaskis taken in the late evening.
Barn Swallows nest on structures such as bridges  house eves  barns and sheds. Swallows once common ...
Barn Swallows nest on structures such as bridges, house eves, barns and sheds. Swallows once common in canada have declined 85%, since the 1970s.
Orb Weaving Spider. Found crawling on my arm  when I was fencing.
Orb Weaving Spider. Found crawling on my arm, when I was fencing.
Alberta wildfires burn out of control.
Alberta wildfires burn out of control.
Mountain sheep posing at the side of Highway 40 in Kananaskis Country  Alberta.
Mountain sheep posing at the side of Highway 40 in Kananaskis Country, Alberta.
Crystal Lameman is with the Beaver Lake Cree Nation and a campaigner with the Sierra Club.
Crystal Lameman is with the Beaver Lake Cree Nation and a campaigner with the Sierra Club.

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