September 5, 2016

CALGARY — Saving a few bucks is taking a backseat to the complete collegiate experience, say city schools.

High vacancy rates and low rents aren't deterring this year's crop of first-year university students from living on campus says Mark Keller, Mount Royal University...

December 12, 2015

CALGARY — Low energy prices aren't the only struggles facing Alberta's oil industry, says a recently-released study.


Unveiled Tuesday, the Fraser Institute's ninth annual survey of the world's petroleum industry suggests policy changes made by Alberta's NDP government...

November 2, 2015

About 1,000 workers at Shaw's Calgary call centre will be affected by a national customer service reorganization, the media company announced Wednesday.


Chethan Lakshman, Shaw's vice-president of external affairs, said the move will consolidate call centre operations a...

June 9, 2015

 G7 nations will abandon fossil fuel use by the end of the century, world leaders pledged Monday.


This comes in a communiqué issued at the conclusion of the two-day summit in Elmau, Germany where world leaders announced goals to limit global temperature increases to be...

May 8, 2015

Controversial oilsands development comments have a star NDP candidate facing gushing wells of criticism from her federal and provincial counterparts.


Appearing as a panellist on CBC's Power & Politics broadcast Friday, NDP Toronto-Centre candidate Linda McQuaig suggest...

May 7, 2015

Alberta’s NDP sweep was met with cautious optimism from the province’s oil-and-gas sector.


With premier-elect Rachel Notley’s message of energy reform resounding with voters, Alberta’s energy industry says it's prepared to play ball with the province’s first-ever NDP g...

January 10, 2015

Premier Jim Prentice reaffirmed Friday he will take the case for Keystone XL to Washington next month, hours after the Nebraska Supreme Court removed an important hurdle and one-half of the US Congress gave its nod to the pipeline.


"I will be traveling to the U.S. the...

December 12, 2014

Declining oil revenues have the province taking a second look at what's spent on capital projects, according to one ministry spokesman.


Denying reports of the cancellation of the much-needed expansion of Calgary's Tom Baker Cancer Centre — which would have been the fir...

November 27, 2014

 

 Keeping pace with increasing school enrolment will require six to seven new schools per year, says Calgary's public school board.


Revising an estimate he made in October, Calgary Board of Education (CBE) Superintendent of Facilities and Environmental Services Frank C...

March 8, 2007

Perched on a plateau on the cusp of Coleman, Ironstone Lookout is one of the first developments in the Crowsnest Pass to actually put shovel to dirt and begin construction.

 

With their first major open house drawing thousands to the development during Rum Runner Days, I...

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