Opinion: The global race for hydrogen is on. Here’s how Alberta can win

Next week, eyes around Canada will be on Alberta as the epicentre for one of the most critical discussions for our nation’s energy future at the 2023 Hydrogen Summit in Edmonton, hosted by the Edmonton Region Hydrogen Hub. And there is no greater time than now for Alberta to seize the almost unparalleled opportunity at our fingertips: to lead the pack on hydrogen development — if we act quickly.

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Opinion: Global investment growth strengthens Alberta’s economy and communities

It’s easy to be discouraged by global events like international conflict, climate change, and supply chain and food security challenges. These realities affect the international community and have impacts close to home. But focusing on these trends alone can mean overlooking that Alberta is on the leading edge of solutions to address these challenges, and new global investment is playing a pivotal role in the prosperity of Alberta communities. 

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Noce: Can condo fees be charged without using unit factors?

Question: I live in a condominium complex made up of townhouses and an apartment style building which has 14 storeys. I live in a townhouse unit. Each month I pay my condo fees. My condo fees have increased significantly over the past couple of years because we are spending a lot of money on the up-keep of the building. This is not fair. I do not use the elevators, the underground parkade or other amenities in the building. Why should I pay for things I do not use through my condo fees?

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