CALGARY – Alberta had the highest annual growth rate in average weekly earnings among all provinces in the country in January.
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Barron’s had a big feature story on $75 crude oil and what might happen to it over the next five years or so, comparing and contrasting many of the relevant factors.
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Following complaints that industrial emissions were causing health problems in Peace Country, Baytex Energy and other companies involved in heavy oil operations are being told to make changes to the way their plants operate.
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The new north-south runway at Calgary International Airport will go into operation June 28 at 2 p.m., city councillors were told Monday.
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As flood protection efforts in the form of berms, barriers and dams make controversial headway, many areas of Calgary face a significant subterranean flood threat that is poised to leave property owners on the hook for future damage.
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Conservatives could face tough competition in Edmonton during the next federal election, with new ridings and boundaries and a longtime incumbent stepping down.
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CALGARY – Calgary has the third highest number of head offices in the country in 2012 behind only Toronto and Montreal, according to a report released Monday by Statistics Canada.
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CALGARY- Complaints have been pouring into the city, over damage caused to neighbouring homes by infill construction.
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The value of the Canadian dollar might be falling, leading to grumbling among Canadian shoppers and travellers. But according to the country’s top executives, the loonie’s descent has been a good thing.
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CALGARY – For more than 50 years, Hy’s Steakhouse was an institution in downtown Calgary.
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