Startup Edmonton announces collaboration with Microsoft
Community of companies will benefit from Microsoft for Startups expertise and resources.
Amazon plans to open new distribution centre in Edmonton area; hire 600 workers
It will be the company’s 11th distribution facility in Canada.
New Flyer lands contract to provide Edmonton with 110 clean diesel buses
Buses will be deployed on the Edmonton Transit Service (ETS) network starting 2018.
RCMP investigate natural gas line blast west of Edmonton, no injuries
Authorities say a crew hit the gas line at a construction project.
Edmonton program to help big buildings reduce energy consumption and emissions
Project will help companies take advantage of provincial government incentives to upgrade heating, cooling and lighting.
Enbridge suspects construction caused pipeline leak near Edmonton
Crews were working to clean up the release, contained in an excavation pit.
Strip club offers free lap dances to Ft. McMurray evacuees
Strippers donating tips, money from private dancers to relief efforts.
Alberta NDP scraps tax credits job creation plan
New proposal includes direct financial support for innovation and job creation in Calgary and Edmonton.
Morneau defends extra EI help for parts of oil patch
… while leaving some hard hit areas of the oil patch such as Edmonton out of the budget plan.
Mayor of oilpatch capital says stop blaming industry for everything
Edmonton police chief will ask city council for 80 more officers, saying a crime spike could be linked to the downturn in the oilpatch.
AltaLink power line could face Supreme Court challenge
Landowners will appeal a provincial decision that gave the power transmission company approval to use their property for the line.
Edmonton police face spike in crime calls due to energy industry woes
Officers have responded to 9,000 more calls for service this year compared to 2014.
Edmonton-made pipeline coating could cut down leaks, spills
Northern Alberta Institute of Technology says nanotechnology could be used in a variety of industries.
Oil prices reverse economic fortunes of Canada’s largest cities
Calgary, Edmonton headed toward recession, while manufacturing drives growth in Halifax, Toronto and Vancouver.
Western Manufacturing Technology Show
The Western Manufacturing Technology Show (WMTS) at the Edmonton…