27 January

EDMONTON – Alberta’s NDP says a government review of the program that’s supposed to ensure oilsands companies can clean up their mines was conducted too privately and should have been […]

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22 January

THE WEST BLOCK Episode 18, Season 12 Host: Mercedes Stephenson Guests: Alex Pourbaix, Cenovus Energy Kendall Dilling, Pathways Alliance Shogofa Danish, Global News Journalist Heather McPherson, NDP—Edmonton Strathcona Tim Laidler, […]

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13 January

As of January 2023, the impact that unpaid oil and gas company taxes have on Mountain View County stands in excess of $400,000 The Rural Municipalities of Alberta wants the […]

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06 January

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau urged the government of the main oil-producing province of Alberta to use its budget surplus to help bolster tax credits meant to help scale up carbon […]

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30 December

Albertans don’t need many reminders of what became the most important business story of 2022. It confronts them every time they go to the pumps, stroll through a grocery store […]

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19 December

Oil and gas producers were in dire straits in the spring of 2020. Oil prices plummeted as hundreds of millions of people around the world stayed home, reducing demand for […]

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18 December

Alberta’s oil-dominated economy is used to boom-and-bust cycles, but as global demand for oil is once again rising higher energy revenues are not translating into a sustained economic boom for […]

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28 November

Alberta’s oil-dominated economy is used to boom-and-bust cycles, but as global demand for oil is once again rising higher energy revenues are not translating into a sustained economic boom for […]

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25 November

Record-high oil and gas prices continue to bolster Alberta’s books, with the province forecasting a $12.3-billion surplus for 2022-2023 in its midyear fiscal update, released Thursday. The surplus is almost […]

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24 November

High revenue from a rejuvenated energy sector will lead Alberta to surplus of more than $12.3 billion this fiscal year, according to the province. The number was included in the […]

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