650 workers at the Alberta plant have tested positive for virus and one has died.
Kenney says reduced demand for oil and gas during the pandemic, coupled with a destructive price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia, has left the world awash in oil
COVID-19’s toll on meat packing sector grows with two shutdowns in Alberta and one in Quebec.
Probes are looking at the circumstances surrounding potential exposure of workers.
Says $1.1 billion invested in small and midsize oil and gas companies – one went bankrupt, more likely to follow as share prices tank.
Province has completed more than 67,000 tests, putting it among the global leaders in per-capita testing.
Province has agreed to invest about $1.5 billion as equity in the pipeline.
Canadian Energy Centre is reducing its current operating budget by 90% to “reflect needs” during the pandemic.
Alberta premier says province’s ability to continue contributing to federal taxes is now at risk.
Alberta Court of Appeal ruled 4-1 that the carbon tax is unconstitutional, finding the argument that climate change is a national concern strips power from the provinces.
The government introduced a bill that proposes stiffer penalties for anyone who tries to shut down critical economic infrastructure, including railways
He announced that the Woodland Cree First Nation in northwest Alberta will receive a $187,688 grant to intervene in support of Alberta’s constitutional challenge of Bill C-69
Prosper Petroleum waiting 19 months for a decision on Rigel project, province given 10 days.
In a 4-1 decision, the court says the legislation that brought in the tax erodes provincial jurisdiction.
Prosper Petroleum has asked the court to force the Tory government to rule on a project that was approved by the Alberta Energy Regulator in June 2018.