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Remains of BC man found in Alberta

Remains of BC man found in Alberta

The remains of a 22-year-old man who vanished a year ago from Whistler, B.C., have been found in Alberta.
Supreme Court beer ruling could apply to AB/BC pipeline war

Supreme Court beer ruling could apply to AB/BC pipeline war

A Supreme Court of Canada ruling on bringing beer from Quebec into New Brunswick has implications for the trade war between Alberta and B.C. over the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, experts said Thursday.
Alberta preparing to put the screws to BC with new economic sanctions

Alberta preparing to put the screws to BC with new economic sanctions

The Justin Trudeau government has seven weeks to provide “final clarity,” or Kinder Morgan Canada says it will take a $1.1 billion write-off and pull the plug on its $7.4 billion Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.
Peace River to memorialize Darcy Haugan

Peace River to memorialize Darcy Haugan

Plans for a permanent memorial to Darcy Haugan were discussed at this week’s regularly scheduled Peace River council meeting.
Women in the North conference is ready

Women in the North conference is ready

Registration is open for the Women in the North conference, taking place April 11 and 12, 2018, at the Belle Petroleum Centre in Peace River.
New brewery for the Peace

New brewery for the Peace

Rycroft is where it's at!
Prairie winter wheat conditions uncertain

Prairie winter wheat conditions uncertain

While it’s too early to assess how the western Canada winter wheat crop fared this winter, there is some uncertainty due to unseasonably cold April temperatures. “We start losing cold tolerance, especially in March and going into April now.
Pay attention to new farm labour laws

Pay attention to new farm labour laws

Alberta has new labour laws.
Shipping to feedlots becomes problem

Shipping to feedlots becomes problem

Spring has sprung on the Prairies, meaning road bans are starting, leading to problems shipping feed grains to feedlots in Alberta.
​Moratorium on BC wine sparked buying spree in Alberta

​Moratorium on BC wine sparked buying spree in Alberta

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley’s boycott of British Columbia wine, designed to punish B.C. for its efforts to delay the Trans Mountain pipeline, backfired.