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Parliamentary committee looks to expand its study on foreign election interference

Parliamentary committee looks to expand its study on foreign election interference

OTTAWA — A parliamentary committee is set to decide whether or not it will expand its current study on foreign election interference to include more details about the 2021 federal election.
Alberta, Saskatchewan methane emissions almost 4 times more than reported: research

Alberta, Saskatchewan methane emissions almost 4 times more than reported: research

New research using advanced technology suggests heavy oil facilities in Alberta and Saskatchewan are releasing almost four times the amount of a powerful greenhouse gas than they report to government.
Investors flocking to energy transition, TSX Venture 50 list shows

Investors flocking to energy transition, TSX Venture 50 list shows

CALGARY — The latest edition of the TSX Venture 50 list shows investors are increasingly snapping up stocks with any sort of energy transition theme.
Ukraine appeals to Canada's rail manufacturers to repair war-damaged lifeline

Ukraine appeals to Canada's rail manufacturers to repair war-damaged lifeline

LVIV, Ukraine — Ukraine wants Canada to lend its expertise — and donate crucial railway parts — to keep its embattled passenger and cargo rail system running as landmines and missile strikes threaten to stall the country's lifeline.
Putin raises tension on Ukraine, suspends START nuclear pact

Putin raises tension on Ukraine, suspends START nuclear pact

Russian President Vladimir Putin suspended Moscow’s participation in the last remaining nuclear arms control pact with the United States, announcing the move Tuesday in a bitter speech in which he made clear he would not change his strategy in the war in Ukraine.
Alberta announces several affordability measures for post-secondary students

Alberta announces several affordability measures for post-secondary students

CALGARY — The Alberta government has announced a two per cent cap on post-secondary tuition increases starting in fiscal year 2024-2025 to help students with the increased cost of living.
Love your lake for science’s sake

Love your lake for science’s sake

A sign-up sheet is now available for all citizen scientists who love lakes.
3 smart ways to save some cash

3 smart ways to save some cash

Inflation and the economy are hard on everyone, but these tips may help.
Trial continues for mother accused of attempted murder, arson

Trial continues for mother accused of attempted murder, arson

The trial of a Canadian soldier accused of trying to kill her children by setting fire to her CFB Edmonton home continued Monday, where former CFB Fire Chief, Joseph Mayer, and investigator, Jean Grenier, testified. Crown prosecutor Dallas Sopko said the fire was the final act in a bitter custody battle. The woman — who cannot be identified under a publication ban to protect the identities of the children — faces two counts of arson and three counts of attempted murder related to the 2015 fire.
Alberta health minister promises $158M in budget to recruit front-line health staff

Alberta health minister promises $158M in budget to recruit front-line health staff

EDMONTON — Alberta’s health minister says there will be $158 million in the upcoming budget to attract more physicians and other health-care professionals to fill gaps in care.
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