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Alberta

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Kevin Carmichael
September 21, 2021
financialpost
Yes, the campaign was awful, but it might have been something we had to endure so that the next one won't be
Ian Holliday
September 17, 2021
British Columbia
B.C.'s Ministry of Health says officials still have the authority to order businesses to close when there is evidence of COVID-19 transmission between employees, they just haven't had a reason to issue such an order in more than three months.
The Canadian Press
September 14, 2021
Edmonton
An Amazon warehouse in central Alberta is the target of a unionization drive.
The Canadian Press
August 29, 2021
Calgary
While Alberta's historic oil and gas sector still makes an outsized contribution to the Canadian economy, it has been battered and bruised by seven years of low prices, pipeline protests and cancellations, layoffs, and consolidation.
Geoffrey Morgan
August 27, 2021
financialpost
'Not for one moment do I believe that (Trudeau) has shifted away from Big Oil, in particular, the oilsands,' says SAF Group's Dan Tsubouchi
Science X staff
August 19, 2021
phys.org
Among the fierce carnivores that lived during the late Cretaceous was a predator named Daspletosaurus. The massive tyrannosaur, about nine meters long, lived in the coastal forest of what is now Alberta around 75 million years ago---preceding the more famous T. rex by about 10 million years.
Charles Mandel
August 18, 2021
BetaKit
Canada Drives secured $100 million CAD in funding led by Honor Ventures. The Series B round will help the company move into Alberta.
August 13, 2021
Flipboard
abc7news.com - SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Earlier in the pandemic, experts had hoped if we can get 75% of Americans vaccinated, we can contain the coronavirus. Thursday, ...
Michael Brown
August 5, 2021
phys.org
A flood of epic proportions drained at a rate of more than 800 Olympic swimming pools per second from a glacial lake that spanned the Prairie provinces more than 12,000 years ago, according to a University of Alberta-led study.
Reuters
July 29, 2021
CTVNews
A shortage of skilled workers is intensifying in Canada, potentially threatening the pace of the economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, and that has policymakers looking at a largely untapped market for new construction workers: Women.
Science X staff
July 26, 2021
phys.org
Threats to Canada's endangered woodland caribou can be traced back to spruce budworm infestations and salvage logging, says a paper co-authored by University of Saskatchewan (USask) researcher Dr. Philip McLoughlin (Ph.D.).
The Canadian Press
July 25, 2021
CTVNews
Hemp farming is still a fledgling industry, but some proponents believe it has the potential to move from a niche crop to a staple of Canadian agriculture. Across the Prairie provinces, new businesses are popping up to process and market different parts of the plant.
Omar Faridi
July 24, 2021
Crowdfund Insider
Calgary, Alberta's Allied Venture Partners confirms they've invested $1M+ into early-stage tech companies.
Andrea Fulton
July 22, 2021
BetaKit
The RBC is launching an Innovation Hub in Calgary this September, focusing on creating jobs for high-demand areas in Calgary's tech ecosystem.
Michael Franklin
July 15, 2021
Calgary
Now that COVID-19 restrictions are mostly behind us, many Albertans are hitting the road to enjoy their summer, but one organization says drivers will need to cough up more money to fill up.
Adam Lachacz
July 12, 2021
Edmonton
Alberta health officials are defending mixing and matching of COVID-19 vaccines form different manufacturers after the World Health Organization (WHO) said to be cautious about the practice when administering booster shots.
Meagan Simpson
June 28, 2021
BetaKit
Amazon is set to open a new robotics fulfilment centre in Parkland County, Alberta that will create more than 1,000 full and part-time jobs.
The Canadian Press
June 27, 2021
Calgary
Even as Alberta plans to drop nearly all COVID-19 restrictions on July 1st, local businesses and the Banff National Park's tourism board say they'll be sorely missing international tourists for a second peak summer season in a row.
CTV News Edmonton
June 25, 2021
Edmonton
Last August, TransPod signed a memorandum of understanding with the Government of Alberta to determine the feasibility of a hyperloop between Alberta's two largest cities with potential speeds of 1,000 km/h.
Karoun Chahinian
June 22, 2021
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