Balanced budget out of reach for Alberta: report
Net debt will balloon from $9.5 billion to $44 billion by 2020.
Alberta NDP defend carbon tax on day when prices rise
Gasoline prices rose 4.5 cents per litre on Jan. 1.
Notley defends oil sands group appointees
Wildrose party wants them fired.
Alberta NDP appoints task force to advise on cleantech investments
Chaired by former Suncor Energy executive Gordon Lambert, who has served on Alberta’s Climate Change Advisory Panel.
Alberta NDP challenge coal power buying rule
Consumers on the hook for billions for hand-back of electricity purchase agreements.
Wynne, Ontario, ridiculed in Alberta legislature
Opposition Wildrose party describes Ontario premier as the leader of a failed, debt-ridden enterprise.
Alberta NDP scraps tax credits job creation plan
New proposal includes direct financial support for innovation and job creation in Calgary and Edmonton.
Federal NDP spurn Notley, agree to debate anti-pipeline manifesto
Manifesto advocates an end to the use of fossil fuels and a moratorium on new infrastructure projects such as pipelines.
Higher minimum wage in Alberta could mean more job losses: CFIB
Alberta’s NDP government has maintained it would hike minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2018.
Albertans want tighter oil sands enforcement
Pembina Institute poll finds 60% of 18,000 respondents say the province must do more to enforce environmental rules.
Notley hints at straying from federal NDP on cap-and-trade
Premier says province must get its act together on carbon to avoid having a plan imposed on it by the federal government.
Notley promises spending in Alta. budget despite revenue squeeze
Provincial NDP leader did, however, hit at some cuts as the province works to balance its books.
Alberta facing $5.9B deficit: fiscal update
Oil and gas investment is expected to fall more than 30%
Alberta Party chooses oil drilling engineer as Calgary foothills candidate
Premier Notley calls Sept 3 byelection for seat held by former premier Jim Prentice.
Notley spat with Saskatchewan premier exposes friction on oil
Brad Wall says the West shouldn’t have to apologize for its resources and needs to stop being so diplomatic with its message.