Savage joins Sask., Ont. ministers slamming energy and mines ministers’ conference

Alberta Energy Minister Sonya Savage speaks to media regarding the federal decision on Bill C-69 while Bronwyn Eyre, Saskatchewan Minister of Energy and Resources and Greg Rickford, Ontario Minister of Energy, Mines and Northern Development listen on Wednesday, June 12,…

Alberta court stays B.C.’s ‘turn off the taps’ law challenge, says case belongs in Federal Court

The Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench has stayed a lawsuit by the B.C. government seeking to challenge Alberta’s so-called “turn off the taps” legislation. The Alberta bill, which would allow the province to cut oil and gas shipments to B.C.,…

Lethbridge orthotist develops elbow brace to help keep cowboys safe

The Calgary Stampede wraps up Sunday and those in the rodeo are looking forward to their final events where they have a chance to win some big bucks. While many of these cowboys risk their physical health for a sport…

Trudeau addresses lawsuits, court challenges on pipeline

July 12 2019 12:15pm Speaking at the Trans Mountain Edmonton terminal, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said consultation with Indigenous and environmental groups will allow shovels in the ground this construction season. ‘ }); } else { var rel_id = svp.releaseInfo.contentId+””;…

Edmonton man facing sex assault charges in case involving 12-year-old London girl

London police say a man wanted in connection with a sexual assault investigation has turned himself in to police in Edmonton. READ MORE: London police issue Canada-wide warrant for suspect wanted in connection to inappropriate touching of girl According to…