CALGARY — Two years after a blue-ribbon panel called on the Alberta government to encourage partial upgrading of bitumen from the oilsands to enhance value and free up more pipeline room for exports, the idea remains years away from commercialization.
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Mountain pine beetles devastating the forests of Jasper National Park are genetic hybrids that may be more resistant to extermination, a University of Alberta study says.
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Manufacturing sales in Alberta rose 1.2 per cent to $6.2 billion in December, the fifth straight monthly increase, according to a report released Friday by Statistics Canada.
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Calgary and Alberta experienced significant declines in contributions to Registered Retirement Savings Plans in 2016, according to data released Friday by Statistics Canada.
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The new year started off on a good note for the resale housing market in Alberta.
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The number of regular Employment Insurance beneficiaries continues to fall in Calgary and in Alberta.
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There was some good news Wednesday from Statistics Canada for Alberta’s auto dealers.
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The town of Strathmore, Alta., has no taxis on the road any more, at least none that are legal.
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While a boycott on B.C. wine is not likely to drastically affect the Lethbridge economy in any meaningful way, some worry that a back-and-forth between B.C. and Alberta could escalate.
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Sitting in her pyjamas writing a social media post last week, business owner Karen Collins didn’t plan on instigating a full-fledged blockade of British Columbia wines destined for Alberta.
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