Archive for April, 2016


The move away from an oil-driven economy is already underway, so why are we really fighting the Leap Manifesto?

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If we don’t accept the reality of climate change, and work to reverse it, things will only get worse for Albertans

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“The government can start putting people back to work without having to wait for the price of oil to

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At last, a faint light at the end of a very dark tunnel.

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Alberta Food Tours expands into YEG and Canmore

Walking tours of popular Edmonton food districts on deck for summer

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9 Calgary food events to check out this spring

Here’s a list of Calgary food events happening around town this spring.

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Combined revenue for 774 clean-tech firms fell to $11.6-billion in 2014 from $11.7-billion the previous year, as lack of federal-provincial climate policy back then and finance sector’s reluctance to fund startups in the industry

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I’ve already pointed out — twice — that the president of the Canadian Coal Association and recent PC cabinet minister, Robin Campbell, is lying to you when he says the coal phase-out “triple” your power bill. Unfortunately, there are still unabashed commentators failing to grasp the depth of this misinformation.

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