CALGARY — Canada’s Inter Pipeline Ltd., which is fighting a hostile takeover bid from Brookfield Infrastructure Partners, on Thursday said it has signed contracts with buyers for 60 per cent of production from its Alberta petrochemical plant.
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With travel plans on pause and campgrounds booking quickly, more central Albertans are buying vacation properties closer to home.
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As Alberta returns to a third lockdown, it’s hard to imagine a time when we will be back to normal. The premier says weeks; Dr. Deena Hinshaw says months. People keep telling me they keep watching for the headlines that say, “It’s over.”
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Alberta is to join three other provinces to explore the feasibility of small modular nuclear reactors as a clean energy option.
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Construction companies are robbing the province of billions of dollars in revenue by shifting the tax burden to unsuspecting workers, says an Alberta carpenters’ union.
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EDMONTON — The Alberta government is offering more cash to small businesses forced to shut down during the third wave of COVID-19.
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Alberta’s unemployment rate continued to dip in March as COVID-19 restrictions were eased, falling below 10 per cent for the second straight month since the pandemic began.
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Total investment in building construction experienced a slight decrease in Alberta in February.
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More than six years into an economic slump, Albertans have plenty of reason to believe the tide is turning, a panel of business leaders said Wednesday.
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CALGARY – North America’s largest pipeline company Enbridge Inc. believes spending is projected to ramp back up in the oilsands, after taking a hit during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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