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Victory Nickel Inc. and Nuinsco Resources Limited today jointly announced that Nuinsco has opted to convert its outstanding loan to Victory Nickel into a participating interest in net cash flows from Victory Nickel's frac sand business.
Pembina Pipelines Corp. has started construction of a new building in Sherwood Park, Alberta which will consolidate regional operations on a single campus and facilitate the company's growth plans.
Oilsands giant CNRL won approval to resume pumping high-pressure steam into wells on its Cold Lake lease near four sites where bitumen continues to leak to the surface uncontrolled.
These bighorn sheep horns found two weeks ago near Hinton, Alta., may be the biggest set ever.
Tom Jackson also has helped in such things as disaster relief. He is appears at a flood relief concert for the victims of the Alberta floods in 2013.
Alberta Emergency Alert issued the advisory Tuesday morning. It says stream levels are expected to rise rapidly over the next 36 hours and that 1 metre to 1.5 metre increases in water levels are possible within the North Saskatchewan River, Athabasca River and Red Deer River basins.
The new $100 million expansion at Desert Hills Premium Outlets will be celebrated April 24-27 in the Chinese calendar that declares 2014 as the Year of the Horse.
Employees of ANC Transload celebrate shipping one million barrels of crude oil. Back row: Cornel Notenboom Pat Spargo, Craig Champion, Gheorghe Nabar and Jim McCammon Front Row: Mike Putzke, Dale Vandezande, Simon Rowe, Pete Head and Ray Ellis Missing: Colton Callioux, Ken VanGundy, Cory Chatman and Bill Fowler If you were to lay one million oil ... (more)
The city's overheated real estate market has seen many older homes and buildings plowed down by bulldozers.
The federal government said Monday it is investigating a Saskatchewan restaurant where two long-serving waitresses say they and two others recently lost their jobs to temporary foreign workers.
A 63-year-old woman is dead following a two-vehicle collision Sunday night near the Grande Prairie Airport at the intersection of Highway 43 and 124th Street.
TransCanada President and CEO Russ Girling during a news conference in Calgary, Alberta, in this August 1, 2013, file photo.
Reginald W. Bibby holds the Board of Governors Research Chair in Sociology at the University of Lethbridge.
Haida Gwaii carver Ben Davidson looks on as helper TJ Young works on the totem pole that Nick Lees and friends will escort to Edmonton during a 1,760 kilometre bike ride.