CALGARY — A new study shows that Canada’s energy sector workforce became larger and more diverse from 2006 to 2016 but remains predominantly the domain of older, white males. PetroLMI says the number of people
CALGARY — AltaGas Ltd. says it has an agreement to sell 35 per cent of its interest in a B.C. hydroelectric operation for $922 million but will remain the majority owner of the power generation facilities.
CALGARY — United Conservative Party Leader Jason Kenney says banning police and military personnel from Edmonton’s Pride parade is regrettable and should be reconsidered. The city’s Pride parade ground to a halt for more than half
CALGARY — A wide-ranging report on the Calgary Police Service’s use of force makes 65 recommendations that touch on training, recruitment, equipment and oversight. An independent review by a retired Court of Queen’s Bench chief justice
CALGARY — A former judge who asked why a sexual assault complainant didn’t resist by keeping her knees together is allowed to once again practise law in Alberta. The Law Society of Alberta approved the reinstatement of Robin Camp
Calgary police have charged a man with murder 16 years after his ex-wife’s death. Kenneth Dauphinais faces one count of second-degree murder and has a court appearance later this week. Terri Ann Dauphinais, 24, was found dead in
CALGARY — WestJet Airlines Ltd. says contract negotiations with its pilots resumed Monday in Calgary. Talks between the airline and pilots represented by the Air Line Pilots Association moved from Halifax where they took place