31 January

Calgary is ranked as one of the best cities to live in the world. Alberta is a province in western Canada , located in the Prairies region of the country. […]

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31 January

Share this article TORONTO — Canada’s main stock index gained 8.5 per cent in January, fuelled by a surge in crude oil prices. The S&P/TSX composite index closed up 56.05 […]

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31 January

OTTAWA—Parliament’s budget watchdog says delays in construction of the government-owned Trans Mountain expansion project will reduce the oil pipeline’s value by hundreds of millions of dollars. In a report published […]

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31 January

Rachel Notley, Alberta’s Premier, said prices of Canadian crude are high enough for producers to start gradually ramping up production again, the Canadian Press reports. Notley ordered a production cut […]

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31 January

Image: Supreme Court of Canada OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada says the trustee for a bankrupt Alberta energy company cannot simply walk away from unprofitable wells on agricultural […]

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31 January

Irving, which also owns the Whitegate Refinery completes Top Oil acquisition The acquisition required approval from the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission before it could be completed. Irving Oil , […]

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31 January

ST. JOHN’S, N.L. — Husky restarted oil production off Newfoundland this week, but the company hasn’t yet determined how to repair the connector responsible for November’s oil spill. The company […]

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31 January

Canadian investors are finding themselves in an unusual position — outperforming their U.S. counterparts across all three main asset classes as conciliatory central banks reignite risk in global markets. Canada’s […]

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31 January

Image: Cenovus Energy EDMONTON — Alberta is easing mandatory production cuts as storage inventories drop, but industry players remain concerned about the underlying problem that drove the curtailment in the […]

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31 January

A new report from ATB Financial says that head office employment in Canada’s seven largest cities grew between 2012 to 2017 — except in Calgary and Edmonton. The total number […]

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