Captain Kirk urges Alberta to adopt federal COVID tracer
William Shatner tweets the province cannot go its own way in a world interconnected by travel.
Alberta team to roll out COVID-19 vaccine in three phases in January
Pfizer and Moderna doses are to be distributed at 30 depots across the province.
Inquiry into Alberta oil and gas critics extended to Jan. 31
Looking at foreign interests bankrolling campaigns against fossil fuel development.
Inquiry into oil and gas foes to deliver report next year: Kenney
Government contends foreign interests have been working to undermine the industry for years.
Premier defends hiring ex-MLA Rodney for trade office
Not a payback fro giving up his seat for Kenny, stood out as a go-getter needed for the Houston job.
Alberta politician who gave seat up for Kenney gets Texas appointment
Dave Rodney appointed Alberta’s agent general, will drive energy business and investment to the province.
Alberta probe into foreign funding of anti-oil groups extended
Extra $1 million added to the existing $2.5-million budget, deadline now Oct. 30.
Alberta ends agency created to handle green rebates and programs
Will be folded into other departments or the current Emissions Reduction Alberta.
Chinese consulate blasts Alberta premier for COVID-19 criticism
Accused Kenney of wilfully ignoring the “facts” in an effort to appease US President Donald Trump with anti-China rhetoric.
No short term end to oil price slump hitting Alberta: premier
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
Alberta smartphone plan to enforce quarantines raises privacy questions
One plank of a “relaunch strategy” to get COVID-19 under control so economic activity can resume.
Alberta predicting 400 to 6,600 coronavirus deaths to come
Province has completed more than 67,000 tests, putting it among the global leaders in per-capita testing.
Kenney warns cancelled energy projects stand in the way of Indigenous prosperity
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
Kenney lauds Trudeau after latest Trans Mountain court ruling
Federal Court of Appeal’s three judges unanimously rule to dismiss four challenges by First Nations in BC.
Kenney pleads for national unity during speech to Calgary business crowd
Kenney says the Constitution is clear that infrastructure between provinces is under the authority of the national government.