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Analysis If Jim Prentice can roll out his budget, why can’t Joe Oliver?
By any measure you choose, no province in the Confederation is more affected by oil’s plunge than Alberta. Nonetheless, it is proceeding with its budget plan as scheduled. By contrast, federal Finance Minister Joe Oliver announced he wouldn’t present a budget “earlier than April,” because of “market instability.”
Andreas Lubitz, Germanwings Flight 4U9525 co-pilot, called '100% fit to fly' video
Andreas Lubitz, the Germanwings co-pilot who authorities say deliberately crashed a plane with 150 passengers on board in the French Alps Tuesday, was "rather quiet" and showed no overt signs of his intentions, people who knew him say.
Analysis Bill Browder's nasty glimpse into the black heart of Putin's Russia video
When Kremlin goons beat his lawyer to death in a prison hospital six years ago, Bill Browder was just a talented investor trying to make his fortune in the rock-and-roll stock markets of post-Soviet Russia. Now, he's a human rights crusader who is in Ottawa this week to ask countries like Canada to impose more sanctions on Russia.
Facebook wants to use Aquila drones to beam internet access
Facebook is in the early stages of plans to help spread high-speed internet access to people around the world who currently live without it, aided by a fleet of solar-powered drones.
Alberta budget delivers tax increases for 1st time in years
Smokers, drinkers, speeders and high-income earners will pay more thanks to new measures introduced today by the Alberta government to deal with lower revenues brought by the plunge in oil prices.

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