Trans Mountain pipeline still top priority for feds despite deadline extension: transport minister

Despite extending a deadline for deciding on next steps for the Trans Mountain pipeline, Transport Minister Marc Garneau says Canadians should still be assured the issue is the “number one priority” for the government. Story continues below In an interview…

Last ballots counted in 2019 Alberta election

April 19 2019 8:50pm Elections Alberta has released the results of the “vote anywhere” ballots cast in advance polls. Joel Senick looks at which parties captured the seats that were deemed too close to call on election night. ‘ });…

Bob Layton’s editorial: A word to the wise for Jason Kenney

April 19 2019 8:42pm In this week’s editorial, Bob Layton has some words of advice for Premier-designate Jason Kenney. ‘ }); } else { var rel_id = svp.releaseInfo.contentId+””; if( typeof gnca_social_share_collection[rel_id] != “object” ) { var resp = jQuery.parseJSON( jQuery.ajax({…

Alberta NDP candidate in Edmonton-South West concedes, giving UCP 1st seat in city

Three days after the Alberta election, the NDP candidate for one of the closest races, Edmonton-South West, conceded. John Archer, who was hoping to win the seat for the NDP, confirmed to Global News Friday he spoke to UCP opponent…

Chambers of commerce look forward to see UCP plan to turn around Alberta’s economy

Premier-designate Jason Kenney declared Alberta is “open for business” on Tuesday night after his United Conservative Party won a majority government in the provincial election. The first orders of business for the premier-designate will be to repeal the carbon tax…