Cessna aircraft lost radar contact shortly after take-off from Kelowna airport.
Premier Notley calls Sept 3 byelection for seat held by former premier Jim Prentice.
Incumbent premier says the NDP across Canada are opposed to pipeline projects.
Alberta premier says budget will be accompanied by a 10-year plan that will remake how province earns and spends money.
Premier won’t increase corporate taxes, says doing so would make the province uncompetitive.
Brian Mason says the Progressive Conservatives have continually failed to disconnect day-to-day spending from volatile oil prices.
To do nothing would add $20 billion in debt over the next three years just to run the government, finance minister says.
Alberta premier doesn’t dwell on plunging oil prices, lingers instead on the environment and the economy.
Low oil prices have driven a $1.1 billion surplus into a $500 million deficit.
Province’s projected budget surplus has turned into a $500-million deficit.
Jim Prentice says the province may not balance its books until 2017-18 due to tumbling oil prices.
Premier Prentice says the government could see a $7-billion drop in resource revenue.
Premier reiterates plan to look for in-house savings.
Chris Christie said regulatory review of the contentious pipeline in the US has gone overboard.
Wynne said concerns are limited to GHG’s from the pipeline project itself, not upstream emissions of processing crude.