Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Alberta is in a crisis as the province's oil is being sold at a discount of about $45 a barrel, but he and some oil company bosses agree there are no easy fixes Ottawa can offer.
Organizations that help the homeless and those fleeing domestic violence say they have lost a vital resource with Greyhound's exit from the West —and they're not sure how well a patchwork of alternatives will be able to fill the gap.
The Alberta government says it would contribute up to $700 million if Calgary were to hold the 2026 Winter Olympics, but how the remaining costs would be divvied up remains unknown with just a month to go before a plebiscite on whether to bid.
A raucous crowd of more than 1,500 crammed into a Calgary convention centre on Friday, October 5, 2018, night to hear Ontario Premier Doug Ford and Jason Kenney, leader of Alberta's Opposition United Conservative Party, rail against the federal carbon tax.
The eviction four decades ago of a predominantly Metis settlement in Fort McMurray disrupted members' traditional way of life and caused lasting economic harm to affected families, says a report released on Thursday, September 27, 2018.