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Liberation lockdown protests hit Canmore sled dog tour kennels, result in 15 arrests
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CALGARY—Fifteen people were arrested in Canmore this morning for breaking into sled dog kennels east of the city, in a protest connected to the occupation ...

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Alberta is committed to a federal carbon tax challenge. But it could cost Jason Kenney, says political scientist
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CALGARY—As a federal carbon tax on Alberta looms nearer, Premier Jason Kenney says the province will forge ahead with its court challenge to fight it.On ...

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Greta Thunberg speaks to thousands at Edmonton climate change rally as Kenney urges protesters to live in ‘real world’
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EDMONTON—The global momentum of Greta Thunberg arrived on the steps of the Alberta legislature on Friday, where the 16-year-old Swedish activist delivered ...

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Ford pops up from election exile but won’t be drawn into a scrap with Trudeau
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Premier Doug Ford has emerged from a month of self-imposed election exile, saying he won’t be baited into a fight with Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau — who ...

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From the dreamers to the jesters, fringe candidates line up to take on the mainstream
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It takes a certain special something to criss-cross rural Saskatchewan in your electric car to talk to voters about climate change knowing full well a total ...

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Trudeau’s Stampede stops highlight low Alberta support for federal Liberals
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CALGARY—At two stops during the last weekend of the Calgary Stampede, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau greeted supporters and doubled down on his message of ...

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Ford brings open-for-business message to premiers meeting in Saskatoon
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“I’m bringing a clear message to our partners — Ontario is open for business and open for jobs. We want to work with every province to grow internal trade ...

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Doug Ford says he acted ‘immediately’ on patronage scandal caused by former chief of staff Dean French
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Premier Doug Ford says he addressed the patronage scandal created by his former chief of staff Dean French “immediately.”Taking media questions in public ...

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Alberta, Ontario slammed for backsliding on climate policy progress in new report
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CALGARY—As Canada heads into another hot, dry summer of wildfires and heat waves, a new report says positive progress on reducing emissions is being ...

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How long could it take to clean up Alberta’s oilpatch? 2,800 years, Alberta Energy Regulator official warns
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CALGARY—It may take more than 2,800 years to clean up some of the decommissioned oil and gas wells currently dotting Alberta’s landscape, internal ...

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