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Some experts believe that the Canadian government is putting too much faith in the ability to access deep-sea deposits in the High Arctic.
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A survey showing Calgary residents pay among the highest power bills in North America has renewed opposition calls to put an end the province's experiment with a deregulated electricity market.
A state official Thursday approved leases of oil and gas development rights on 2,800 acres of ecologically sensitive land near the Au Sable River in northern Michigan, but made the area off-limits to surface drilling.
A fourth man has been arrested in connection to the death of 18-year-old Lukas Strasser-Hird in a Beltline alley in late November.
Len Chapman of Wabamun, Alta, paid almost $2,300 for a new water filtering system after watching disgraced salesman Lloyd Schell's "Precipitator" or "Jam Jar" Test.
Jay Feaster was fired as general manager of the Flames on Thursday. His assistant, John Weisbrod, was also let go.
Cenovus Energy CEO Brian Ferguson speaks at the company's AGM in Calgary, Alberta on Wednesday, April 24, 2013.
Bradford Campbell, a Canada Post postal worker for 30 years, says the plan to end door-to-door delivery is no surprise.
A community health-care program designed to steer seniors away from emergency rooms is working so well Alberta Health Services hopes to expand it in 2014.
Scott Dippel has been at CBC for more than two decades across four provinces. His roles have included legislative reporter, news reader, assignment editor and national reporter.
The Tim Hortons Brier will be held at Calgary's Scotiabank Saddledome in 2015, the finale of a new Triple Crown series unveiled Wednesday by the Canadian Curling Association.
Advocates for residents of Bowside Manor, shown in the screenshot above, say the building should not be charging its low-income residents more than 30 per cent of their incomes.
Canada Post will stop delivering mail to houses, the company announced this morning.
Scott Cairns, seen here at the Suffield military base in 2007, now works for the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons.
The Toronto stock market was lower Wednesday as investors remained focused on whether the Federal Reserve could move as soon as next week on clawing back its stimulus.
Former Federal Reserve chairman Paul Volckertakes part in the Spruce Meadows Changing Fortunes Round Table on business in Calgary, Alberta in 2011.
A bighorn ram moves through the snow near Rapid City, South Dakota. In Alberta, rams may only be legally shot once their horns form four-fifths of a complete circle on either side of their heads, which generally takes four or five years.