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What to watch for in today's cabinet decision on the TMX pipeline project
The federal cabinet will decide today on whether to give approvals to the Trans Mountain expansion. The company building the pipeline — now a Crown-owned entity — has already received some 30 per cent of the pipe needed to build the much-delayed project.
1 in custody after woman stabbed at Calgary CTrain station
Calgary police say a man is in custody after a woman was stabbed at a CTrain station.
B.C. woman still waiting for cleanup of pipeline oil leak on her property
With the federal government expected to announce its decision on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion on Tuesday, Janice Antoine, a resident of the Coldwater reserve in B.C., wants to know when contamination from the pipeline discovered on her property five years ago will be cleaned up.
Liberal pledge that the environment, economy can work together comes to a head this week
The federal Liberal government is teetering on a tightrope this week as it attempts to prove it can balance economic development with environmental protection during the final sitting of Parliament before the fall election.
Richmond Green golf course to close after 2019 season
After several decades, 2019 will be the final season for a southwest Calgary golf course.
Historic French community in Calgary to get bilingual stop signs
In our backyard: What climate change in Canada looks like
Office buildings turn to apartments, bring downtown Calgary back to life
Councillors question spending, transparency in aftermath of scrapped Calgary Olympic bid
Airdrie restaurant worker has confirmed hep A case, says AHS
Calgary author L.D. Crichton signs Disney deal after overcoming obstacles
'Real-life' Scooby-Doo named to animal hall of fame after helping man having a stroke
Grandfather on trial in 5-year-old's death told God he 'didn't want to kill that child,' court hears
Education minister walks back earlier statement on Alberta GSA protections
Alberta Energy Regulator paying a 3rd executive to commute from B.C.
'The lives he's touched': Legal Aid lays off long-time youth advocate
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