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Alberta Liberal Party says leader, David Khan, stepping down to accept new job in law

Alberta Liberal Party says leader, David Khan, stepping down to accept new job in law

A lawyer specializing in Indigenous rights and land-claims litigation, Khan won the party's leadership in 2017.
The province’s gambit: Alberta group touts hydrogen economy as ‘step’ to net-zero world

The province’s gambit: Alberta group touts hydrogen economy as ‘step’ to net-zero world

The province produces about 5.4 kilotonnes of hydrogen gas per day.
Task force reports on safe summer reopening of Banff’s economy

Task force reports on safe summer reopening of Banff’s economy

“We know we’re not out of the woods yet. We’re wanting to continue to support safety measures and keeping people safe, and remain welcoming and open.”
Former Okotokian over the top to make prestigious list

Former Okotokian over the top to make prestigious list

Holy Trinity Academy grad Dayle Sheehan named to Avenue Magazine's Top 40 under 40
Won't talk about money

Won't talk about money

Canadians would rather see doctor, get a root canal, than talk about their finances
COVID-19 has pretty much erased pay raises for workers, says report

COVID-19 has pretty much erased pay raises for workers, says report

Many organizations were forced to reduce employee headcounts, implement hiring freezes and decrease salary-increase budgets.
Festive greenery in and around the home

Festive greenery in and around the home

Gardening expert digs in on Christmas florals and tree alternatives, indoor plants and more
More provinces sign up for rent benefit as Liberals set up promised housing council

More provinces sign up for rent benefit as Liberals set up promised housing council

OTTAWA — Seven provinces have signed on to a federal rent assistance program created as part of the national housing strategy, newly released documents show.
COVID-19 cases keep surging in Canada as four provinces report new one-day highs

COVID-19 cases keep surging in Canada as four provinces report new one-day highs

OTTAWA — Four provinces reported new highs for daily COVID-19 infections on Saturday as the virus continued its siege on some of the country's most vulnerable areas.
Alberta stumbles on energy efficiency

Alberta stumbles on energy efficiency

Lowest electricity savings in nation, says think-tank