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Entropy gives formal go-ahead to second carbon capture project

Entropy gives formal go-ahead to second carbon capture project

CALGARY — Entropy Inc. says it has made a final investment decision to go ahead with its second carbon capture and storage project.
Danielle Smith dons apron for her second premier's Stampede breakfast

Danielle Smith dons apron for her second premier's Stampede breakfast

CALGARY — Throngs of people joined lineups to be served pancakes Monday by Alberta Premier Danielle Smith at her official Calgary Stampede breakfast. It was Smith's second annual appearance at the traditional event.
Scorching summer heat hits Canada, but won't touch records set by the 2021 heat dome

Scorching summer heat hits Canada, but won't touch records set by the 2021 heat dome

Sweltering temperatures stretching from British Columbia to the Ontario border has prompted hundreds of heat warnings, but it's not as intense at the deadly 2021 heat dome in B.C., says a national warning preparedness meteorologist.
Hot week expected on Prairies as heat warnings cover Alberta, much of Saskatchewan

Hot week expected on Prairies as heat warnings cover Alberta, much of Saskatchewan

EDMONTON — Above-normal temperatures affecting much of Western Canada are expected to spread into Manitoba later in the week.
Alberta NDP leader Naheed Nenshi draws large crowd at Calgary Stampede breakfast

Alberta NDP leader Naheed Nenshi draws large crowd at Calgary Stampede breakfast

CALGARY — Newly-crowned leader of Alberta's New Democrats Naheed Nenshi drew a turnout at his first official Calgary Stampede breakfast that eclipsed last year's party pancake event, and veteran members say it demonstrates momentum.
Edmonton Elks sign Grey Cup winning defensive lineman Shawn Oakman, four others

Edmonton Elks sign Grey Cup winning defensive lineman Shawn Oakman, four others

EDMONTON — Defensive lineman Shawn Oakman headlined a group of five players the Edmonton Elks signed on Sunday.
After highway death of a beloved bear in B.C., experts look for lessons

After highway death of a beloved bear in B.C., experts look for lessons

FIELD, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA — In the spring of 2023, a Parks Canada team strung electric fence along a section of the Trans Canada Highway from Lake Louise to the B.C.-Alberta boundary.
Calgary Mayor lauds work of residents, city, during 'horrible' water crisis

Calgary Mayor lauds work of residents, city, during 'horrible' water crisis

CALGARY — Mayor Jyoti Gondek has faced a barrage of criticism as she guided Calgary through a water main break that forced city residents and businesses to limit their water use for over a month.
Calgary easing outdoor water restrictions, re-opening public pools

Calgary easing outdoor water restrictions, re-opening public pools

CALGARY — Calgary is easing some outdoor water restrictions after a major water main break last month triggered a local state of emergency and forced officials to curtail water use in the city.
'Dead to me': Alberta transgender teen takes action after being deadnamed in yearbook

'Dead to me': Alberta transgender teen takes action after being deadnamed in yearbook

Remi Laboucane says memories of being bullied were finally fading, memories so awful he switched schools.
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