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Imperial Oil to write off up to $1.2 billion in Alberta natural gas assets

Imperial Oil to write off up to $1.2 billion in Alberta natural gas assets

Imperial said the exploration lands it is shelving haven't been developed and aren't producing, adding the move doesn't include natural gas prospects that are also rich in petroleum liquids.
Suncor Energy increases spending, oil production guidance for 2021

Suncor Energy increases spending, oil production guidance for 2021

The Calgary-based company forecasts refinery throughput of 415,000 to 445,000 barrels per day based on a utilization rate of between 90 and 96 per cent.
Whitford sentenced to eight years for death of 16-month-old

Whitford sentenced to eight years for death of 16-month-old

Collector creates a full life

Collector creates a full life

A decades-long love for cars and planes has given Leduc County senior impressive collections, friendships and immeasurable happiness.
Liberals take step on national child-care system, promise plan coming in 2021 budget

Liberals take step on national child-care system, promise plan coming in 2021 budget

The Canadian Press has previously reported that the government is considering a large annual spending increase as it contemplates how to work with provinces to add more child-care spaces while ensuring good learning environments and affordability for parents.
With deficit closing in on $400 billion, Liberals detail more spending to come

With deficit closing in on $400 billion, Liberals detail more spending to come

Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland's update makes clear the measures will be removed once the economy improves, although the timing is tied to the path of the pandemic.
Portage Grad receives Prime Minister's award

Portage Grad receives Prime Minister's award

Award winner says family foundation is vital for childhood growth
Provincial Administrative Penalties Act changes rules for first-time impaired drivers

Provincial Administrative Penalties Act changes rules for first-time impaired drivers

Police will be able to hand out fines and suspensions; court dates reserved for more serious cases
Wild winter, drastic swings in store for Canada this year: Weather Network

Wild winter, drastic swings in store for Canada this year: Weather Network

Chief Meteorologist Chris Scott says this means most Canadians can brace for a wildly variable winter with major departures from seasonal norms.
COVID-19 vaccines will work if Canadians play their part, say U of A experts

COVID-19 vaccines will work if Canadians play their part, say U of A experts

Success of mass vaccination will hinge on people doing all they can to stay healthy through winter and getting immunized once vaccines arrive.