22 March

Jason Kenney’s UCP appears to be rising from the dead, which is bad news for Rachel Notley’s NDP. Photos by Alex Tétreault In Alberta politics, you can never count out […]

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18 March

Unpaid tax situation has persisted “due to a lack of action on the part of the government of Alberta to hold industry accountable,” said the RMA president While unpaid tax […]

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15 March

Kenney says province must deal with debt as energy boom continues Alberta Premier Jason Kenney spoke to delegates at the Alberta Municipalities spring conference Thursday. (CBC News) Premier Jason Kenney […]

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08 March

Trudeau meets with allied leaders to mull cutting off Russia’s oil As the Russia – Ukraine crisis propels crude oil to its highest level in 14 years, the historic link […]

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07 March

CALGARY, Alberta, March 7 (Reuters) – Canada’s main oil-producing province Alberta will drop its provincial fuel tax to give consumers some relief from soaring energy prices, Premier Jason Kenney said […]

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06 March

Pumpjacks at work pumping crude oil near Halkirk, Alta., June 20, 2007. Think oil prices are sky high today? Article content How about US$120 a barrel — or even $185? […]

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05 March

Pumpjacks at work pumping crude oil near Halkirk, Alta., June 20, 2007. Think oil prices are sky high today? Article content How about US$120 a barrel — or even $185? […]

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01 March

The Calgary Chamber hosted Alberta’s Minister of Finance Travis Toews for a conversation on Budget 2022 at the Fairmont Palliser in Calgary on Feb. 28, 2022. Ding, dong, the deficit […]

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27 February

Alberta finance minister Travis Toews is forecasting surpluses over the next three years. Alberta’s finance minister says the province is on track to balancing the budget using “cautious” assumptions on […]

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25 February

Alberta finance minister Travis Toews is forecasting surpluses over the next three years. Alberta’s finance minister says the province is on track to balancing the budget using “cautious” assumptions on […]

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