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National Column: Pipeline debate hasn’t hurt PM – yet

It is rare that a single issue costs a federal ruling party its re-election. Based on the latest poll to measure the impact of the ongoing pipeline crisis on the political fortunes of its various protagonists, the fate of the Trans Mountain expansion is unlikely to alone determine that of Justin Trudeau’s Liberals in next year’s federal election.
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Business

Next round of energy-efficient product rebates start today

The government has released another round of instant savings on energy-efficient products. Instant savings of up to $15 per item are available in stores for a variety of easy-to-install, energy-efficient products, including programmable thermostats, low-flow showerheads, smart power bars, LED light fixtures, and LED yard lights with motion sensors (the latter a new addition to the program). […]

Local News

Federal government announces $3.3 billion in infrastructure investments in Alberta

Federal Minister of Infrastructure and Communities Amarjeet Sohi and Minister of Alberta Infrastructure Sandra Jansen signed a bilateral agreement Tuesday that will provide more than $3.3 billion in federal funding through the Investing in Canada plan over the next decade for infrastructure projects. The projects will be cost-shared with the Alberta government, municipalities and other partners. […]