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September 15, 2018 5:20 PM All but one of 10 workers injured in Saskatchewan crash out of hospital

KERROBERT, SASK. — A spokesman for the company that employs 10 workers who were hurt in a crash between a semitruck and a bus in Saskatchewan says all but one have been released from hospital. Paul Stuckless, corporate safety manager for O.J. Pipelines, says the workers were travelling to Kindersley, Sask., from a work site when their bus was struck 17

June 12, 2018 6:57 PM Canada’s oil output expected to increase over next 17 years

CALGARY—The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) is predicting the country’s oil production will increase by 1.4 million barrels per day by 2035, despite an ongoing “competitiveness gap” that discourages investment. The group, which represents Canada’s upstream oil and gas sector, says total Canadian oil production will increase to 5.6 million 24

June 12, 2018 5:20 PM Canadian total oil production expected to rise by a third by 2035

Industry forecast says rise in production expected to be driven largely by oilsands Driven by growth in Alberta's oilsands, Canada's total oil production should increase to 5.6 million barrels per day by 2035 — a 33 per cent increase over 2017 levels, according to a new industry forecast. But the report by the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers 32

March 1, 2018 12:32 AM Faster growth, stubborn deficits and pipeline constraints: The good and bad news in Alberta's budget update

'Absent rising royalties, there are only difficult choices ahead' On Wednesday, Alberta's Finance Minister Joe Ceci presented the government's latest fiscal update. He does this every three months, and it's usually a dry affair with a few tweaks here or a revision there. But this time was different. The government expects Alberta's economy will grow 4.5 per cent in 2017. This is faster 37

February 2, 2018 7:47 PM Mummies of early Chinese immigrants unearthed in Peru

1st wave of Chinese immigrants came to work in Peru's booming sugar and cotton industries Archaeologists in Peru have unearthed three 19th-century mummies of Chinese immigrants. The bodies were found inside their wooden coffins by workers of Calidda, a natural gas distributor in Lima and Callao. The mummies were buried less than a metre (3.2 feet) deep in the Lima district 49

February 2, 2018 6:42 PM Trudeau wraps cross-country town hall tour with meeting in Nanaimo, B.C is livestreaming the Nanaimo town hall starting at 2 p.m. ET Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is wrapping up his town hall tour in Nanaimo, B.C., today. He'll be taking questions from the public in a province that has seen great opposition to the expansion of the Kinder Morgan pipeline. Trudeau's town hall in Edmonton last night had only one question 21

October 30, 2017 6:01 PM Oilsands giant Cenovus names pipelines executive as CEO

Keystone XL champion Alex Pourbaix, who spent 27 years at TransCanada, joins one of Canada’s largest oil producers amid investor uncertainty. Alex Pourbaix, a driving force behind TransCanada Corp.’s Keystone XL pipeline, has been named chief executive officer at Cenovus Energy Inc., taking the reins as the company seeks to rebuild investor confidence 38

October 6, 2017 9:00 AM It's East and West vs. the middle as energy policy once again fuels divisions: Chris Hall

Political leaders play the blame game after TransCanada abandons Energy East pipeline project If there's one essential truth about TransCanada's proposed Energy East pipeline, it's the project's power to divide Canadians — even after it's been abandoned. The company announced this week it would no longer pursue the oil pipeline that would have carried 53

October 6, 2017 12:06 AM TransCanada halts controversial Energy East pipeline, sparking new east-west tensions

TransCanada Corp. killed its controversial $15.7-billion Energy East pipeline proposal Thursday, provoking a bitter East-West battle over the Liberal government's energy and environment policies. In a terse statement, TransCanada said it reviewed "changed circumstances" and will pull the plug on the pipeline, which was designed to carry 1.1-million barrels 51

October 5, 2017 5:20 PM Notley 'deeply disappointed' by Energy East cancellation, which Jean calls 'an attack on Alberta'

Reactions to TransCanada's decision vary widely in province where pipelines are deeply tied up in politics Alberta's premier has expressed deep disappointment at TransCanada's decision to end its Energy East pipeline proposal Thursday, while an opposition leadership hopeful called it an "attack" on the province. Meanwhile, a University of Calgary economist 47