Alberta's two main political leaders used the only election debate to drill in on trust, with Jason Kenney saying Rachel Notley can't run the economy and Notley saying Kenney's moral compass needs a major readjustment.
The premiers of two oil-producing provinces called on the Senate to force the Trudeau government’s new environmental assessment regime to take into account the economic benefits of fossil fuel projects.
Alberta's NDP government is planning a new auction for renewable energy capacity that is aiming to move it closer to its 2030 target of getting 30 per cent of its electricity supply from wind, solar and other green sources.
Alberta will spend billions of dollars and hopes to make billions more as it brings in 4,400 rail cars starting as early as July to move a crude backlog in the oil sands industry as pipeline projects face mounting troubles.
Quebec bashing is low-hanging fruit for Jason Kenney, leader of the United Conservative Party in Alberta. The attacks will ramp up as the Alberta election draws closer, Nora Loreto predicts in an opinion column.
Myths die hard. For example, a third of Canadian adults say they still believe in Santa Claus. It’s harder to justify the three Big Lies surrounding the alleged Canadian oil discount — they serve the interests of Big Oil, the most powerful industry on earth