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Alberta rescinds regulations — Will allow open-pit coal mines

The Alberta provincial government is changing its coal policies in a move it says is intended to make it easier to develop open-pit coal mines in one of the province’s most sensitive areas.

Alberta scraps production limits to encourage more oil drilling

Edmonton - The Government of Alberta, Canada, is now allowing curtailed operators to drill new conventional oil wells without being restricted by production limits. Existing producing wells will remain under curtailment.

Alberta's new budget relies heavily on oil and pipeline surge

Following spending cuts across the private sector, the Alberta government tabled a budget Thursday that makes deep cuts to the public sector, but that relies on a surge in oil and gas revenues to balance the books in four years.

Investigation into E. coli outbreak in Alberta, Canada expands

Alberta Health Services (AHS) Environmental Public Health has expanded its investigation into the source of an outbreak of E. coli O157:H7, beyond cases directly linked to an Edmonton restaurant late last month.

Alberta — B.C. dispute heats up over Trans Mountain pipeline

The dispute over the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Pipeline between Alberta and B.C. continues to heat up. On Wednesday, Alberta Premier Rachel Notley put her 19-member task force to work, tasked with taking the fight to B.C. over the pipeline.

New illegal drug hits Alberta streets: W-18 is a killer

Edmonton - Police and public health officials in Alberta, Canada are warning the public about a new drug that has hit the streets. Called W-18, the illicit drug is 100 times more powerful than fentanyl.

Alberta E. coli outbreak prompts raw pork and organ recall

Calgary - Earlier this month, Alberta Health Services issued a public warning on Hungarian Farmer’s Sausage from Paolini’s that had been linked to two of 14 confirmed cases of E. coli infections in the province. That warning has been upgraded to a recall.

Op-Ed: Uniting the Canadian right seemed like a good idea at the time

The political right in Canada celebrated when Peter MacKay sold out his Progressive Conservative Party and folded it into the upstart Canadian Alliance Party to end the vote splitting that kept handing electoral victory to the left-leaning Liberals.

Albertans warned: Do not flush goldfish down the toilet

Thoughtless people in Alberta, Canada have created an environmental problem by flushing unwanted goldfish down their toilets. The invasive species has managed to survive and reproduce, some getting quite large.

Lutheran pastor arrested on charges of child pornography

Edmonton - A Lutheran pastor has been arrested, charged with possessing and distributing child pornography after police found hand drawn images of children being sexually assaulted.

Man attacked by bear in Alberta lives to tell about it

A 22-year old Alberta, Canada man is "lucky to be alive," according to his father after being attacked by a bear when his ATV became stuck while he was riding through the woods.

Photo Essay: Horses yesterday and today Special

Horses are used for many different activities, Thoroughbreds for racing, Morgans and quarter horses for working cattle and Arabians for ranch work and endurance activities.

Photo Essay: Alberta's Rocky Mountains by horseback Special

One of the best ways to see Alberta's Rocky Mountains is by horseback, it combines the beauty of the Rocky's with the fun of horses. From day rides to pack trips, there is something for everyone.
 

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View from the drivers seat of a 79 Ford.
View from the drivers seat of a 79 Ford.
My home in Alberta on the farm
My home in Alberta on the farm
Heading to pasture at sunrise.
Heading to pasture at sunrise.
Massey 44 tractor  made in Canada.
Massey 44 tractor, made in Canada.
A young Morgan colt with mother.
A young Morgan colt with mother.
Vitality Air ad: Looking for that unique stocking stuffer? We have what you need!
Vitality Air ad: Looking for that unique stocking stuffer? We have what you need!
Vitality Air
An example of an early window.
An example of an early window.
Morab geldings  founded from Morgans and Arabians.
Morab geldings, founded from Morgans and Arabians.
View of the magical castle of Banff Springs Hotel from Surprize Corner.
Photo taken: July 21  2013.
View of the magical castle of Banff Springs Hotel from Surprize Corner. Photo taken: July 21, 2013.
Kiral
Morgans were breed for the US military and ranch work  they are still used for ranching today.
Morgans were breed for the US military and ranch work, they are still used for ranching today.
Lake Louise  Alberta. From the trail to Lake Agnes
Lake Louise, Alberta. From the trail to Lake Agnes
Reflection in a horses eye.
Reflection in a horses eye.
Photo of black bear showing details of head.
Photo of black bear showing details of head.
Greg Hume
The former Alberta premier Ralph Klein passed away Friday  March 29  2013
The former Alberta premier Ralph Klein passed away Friday, March 29, 2013
Media Photo
Morgan stallion  at dawn.
Morgan stallion, at dawn.
SBI is working toward a commercial production facility to produce renewable jet fuel and diesel fuel...
SBI is working toward a commercial production facility to produce renewable jet fuel and diesel fuel.
SBI Bioenergy Inc.
The beautiful river valley of Edmonton at dusk.
The beautiful river valley of Edmonton at dusk.

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