Alberta regulator permits oilsands giant to resume steam injection near Primrose leaks
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.
The First Perspective-Aboriginal
There is no shortcut to reconciliation
They came by the thousands on a sunny June day four years ago to the first Truth and Reconciliation event in Winnipeg, pouring onto a riverbank site their ancestors had occupied for millennia.
Globe and Mail
Canada sending CF-18s as NATO mobilizes over Ukraine crisis
Canadian CF-18s are seent at CFB Cold Lake, Alta. The Canadian government is deploying six CF-18 fighter jets to help NATO allies in Europe as the crisis in eastern Ukraine deepens.
St. Albert Gazette
Setlack sizzles in 10-miler
Emily Setlack crossed the finish line in 59 minutes and 50 seconds for 14th place overall out of 326 finishers on a cool but bright Sunday morning.
Warm weather means resumption of bitumen leaks
Aerial view taken April 5, 2014, of Primrose south leak site where bitumen was leaking into the small lake in the upper centre of the photo.
Trepanier, longtime member of Forces, wants to build economy in Innes Ward
FranA ois Trepanier, a 27-year member of the Canadian Forces, settled in Blackburn Hamlet with his wife and two children in the summer of 2012 after a career on the move.