Next Conservative party leader best not take Alberta for granted: MPs
None of the four leadership candidates have roots in the West, a first in the party’s modern-day history.
Kenney, Freeland meet in Edmonton to find common ground
Alberta premier wants a firm guarantee on completion of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion by a fixed date.
New federal cash for Bombardier reignites political tensions
Internal pressure from the Quebec caucus pressured government to offer financial assistance.
Western premiers back national energy strategy
Canada’s western premiers support Alberta Premier Alison Redford’s vision of a national strategy to jointly develop, lobby, sell and sustain the country’s energy resources.
Energy leads Canadian M&A activity: PwC
It may be the slowest quarter in 10 years for mergers and acquisitions, but Canadian deals are up from Q4 of 2011 with transactions worth $48.7 billion, says a PwC Canada report.
Manufacturers will be hiring in Q1
Canadian manufacturers are expecting a moderate hiring climate in the first quarter of 2012, according to the latest Manpower Employment Outlook Survey report.