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Alberta coffers take a hit as oil holdup continues

Alberta coffers take a hit as oil holdup continues

Pipeline bottlenecks aren’t just hurting the companies operating in Canada’s oil patch -- they’re taking a bite out of government coffers as well.
Poll suggests massive protests over pipeline

Poll suggests massive protests over pipeline

Some willing to risk arrest to halt the project.
Fox Creek; Canada's deepest land-based well

Fox Creek; Canada's deepest land-based well

Ensign on the project.
"Murderer!" cried in court as Stanley found not guilty

"Murderer!" cried in court as Stanley found not guilty

It was cries of ‘murderer!’ in a Battleford, SK courtroom Friday as a jury found farmer Gerald Stanley not guilty in the August 2016 shooting death of Colten Boushie.
Hythe - a community seniors call home

Hythe - a community seniors call home

Open for business a skip-jump away – halfway between Dawson Creek and Grande Prairie is the Hythe Pioneer Home –an 86 unit senior lodge.
Peace region studio tossing up the pottery scene

Peace region studio tossing up the pottery scene

“Teaching others is equally satisfying and rewarding. I love sharing some basic pottery skills and lessons."
Aga Khan Garden getting some AB feedback, months late

Aga Khan Garden getting some AB feedback, months late

While it will be the most northerly Islamic garden in the world located in Devon Alberta, it is now getting some feedback from Albertans just hearing about it.
Are B.C. and Alberta headed for a showdown?

Are B.C. and Alberta headed for a showdown?

Keith Baldrey sure thinks so.
Open house on Pipestone project tonight in GP

Open house on Pipestone project tonight in GP

One of the largest licensed sour gas processors in Alberta is hosting an open house tonight in Grande Prairie SemCAMS is proposing the construction of a sour gas plant capable of processing up to 280 million cubic feet of natural gas per day.
Not meddling, metal tests mettle

Not meddling, metal tests mettle

A handful of Horse Lake First Nations youth were in Dawson Creek last week to take part in the Mind Over Metal program at Northern Lights College.