Suncor relocating its PetroCanada HQ to Calgary from Ontario
Shift to remain competitive by integrating the downstream business with the rest of the company.
Calgary chicken processing plant remains open after COVID-19 outbreak
Alberta Health official said there had been 19 cases of the virus with 18 of them still considered active.
Brewery hopes to overcome ‘yuck factor’ of beer made with wastewater
The idea of making beer from wastewater started out as a joke around the boardroom table.
Corporate Calgary ready to trade pipeline, tax protests for Stampede partying
Tough economic times have had an effect on Calgary’s landmark festival.
Calgary selected by World Petroleum Council to host oil and gas forum in 2023
Event is billed as the “Olympics of oil and gas.”
$300K in damage: Calgary men charged after copper wire thefts from oilwell sites
The Calgary Police Service says it worked with RCMP to track, locate and arrest two suspects.
AltaGas slashes dividend, sells remaining stake in BC hydroelectric operation
The company also says it has targeted an additional $1.5 billion to $2 billion in asset sales next year.
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AltaGas founder remains mum on sudden resignation of CEO David Harris
Harris oversaw Alta’s $6-billion deal to buy Washington, D.C.-based energy utility company WGL Holdings, Inc., which closed in July.
Joint development deal for Alberta cannabis production facility
Delta 9 and Westleaf contribute $3 million each to limited partnership.
Moving National Energy Board to Ottawa would be “dumb,” Notley says
Alberta premier thinks it makes more sense to locate the regulator in Calgary where it would have a full understanding of the industry.
Wall calls on Calgary energy companies to relocate to Sask.
Premier is offering relocation subsidies, tax breaks and royalties.
Cheers, jeers for Trudeau at Calgary town hall
Prime Minister grilled on oil sands stance, how Canada will deal with Trump administration.
Increasing domestic abuse in Calgary tied to economic downturn
Police say incidents of domestic violence are up 36%, the highest since 2004.
Alberta gets $3M to attract business headquarters to Calgary
Calgary’s downtown office vacancy rate topped 21% just last month.