22 September

Photo courtesy of the Government of Alberta. The Government of Alberta will be ending the Fuel Tax Relief program now that the price of oil is dropping which means the […]

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22 September

Food insecurity is on the rise in Alberta. The University of Toronto’s 2021 Household Food Insecurity in Canada Report found that Alberta faces the highest food insecurity among the 10 […]

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21 September

With the rise of renewable energy, oil stocks continue to be shunned by many of today’s young investors. Why bet on filthy fossil fuel producers when you can double-down on […]

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21 September

An oil pumpjack near Longview, Alberta. Photographer: James MacDonald/Bloomberg Canada’s top oil-producing province is set to reap a $10 billion windfall from rising crude prices. Alberta, the western province that’s […]

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14 September

Canada’s top oil-producing province is set to reap a US$10 billion windfall from rising crude prices. Alberta, the western province that’s home to Canada’s large oil-and-gas producers, will report a […]

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08 September

Alberta will make the biggest single-year debt repayment in its history as surging oil prices boost revenue and generate a $13.2 billion (US$10 billion) budget surplus. The province will pay […]

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31 August

EDMONTON – Alberta’s finance minister says the government is going to use this year’s projected windfall budget surplus to pay down debt and put some cash in its piggy bank. […]

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31 August

An oil pumpjack near Longview, Alberta. Canada’s top oil-producing province is set to reap a $10 billion windfall from rising crude prices. Alberta, the western province that’s home to Canada’s […]

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31 August

Tradition tells us that when our oil and gas industry is experiencing a boom, we feel the benefits right through our economy. In this sense, it is in every Albertan’s […]

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31 August

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney announced on Twitter that the province is on track for a $13.2 billion surplus. More details on the province’s finances are expected Wednesday. (Dave Chidley/The Canadian […]

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