With the Conference Board of Canada estimating that the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project will create 15,000 construction jobs and 37,000 operational jobs per year, Premier Rachel Notley says she will address audiences in B.C., Ontario, and Alberta on the importance of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.
Albertans now have the option of using smartphones or computers to report suspicious hunting or fishing activity.
Previously, the only way to report poaching activity, dangerous wildlife or public land abuse was to phone the Report A Poacher hotline. […]
The government says proposed legislation will make conditions safer at convenience stores and gas stations.
If passed, An Act to Protect Gas and Convenience Store Workers would amend the Occupational Health and Safety Code to include mandatory pre-payment for fuel. Violence-prevention plans would also become mandatory at retail fuel and convenience stores. […]
On the eve of their party’s leadership vote, UCP interim leader Nathan Cooper was joined by Matt Jeneroux, Member of Parliament for Edmonton Riverbend and co-chair of the Alberta Jobs Taskforce and representatives from Restaurants Canada in Edmonton Friday for a press conference. Cooper’s conference was to highlight how Alberta’s restaurant industry is negatively impacted by federal and provincial policies he says are increasing costs for local businesses. […]
Sturgeon County earned another notch on its place-to-do-business belt by entering into a support agreement with Canada Kuwait Petrochemical Corporation (CKPC), who are looking to build a $4 billion petrochemical complex in Alberta’s Industrial Heartland. […]