Paula Duhatschek


Paula Duhatschek is a reporter with CBC Calgary who previously worked for CBC News in Kitchener and in London, Ont. You can reach her at

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How Canadian ammonia could help keep the lights on in Japan

Japan plans to import millions of tons of ammonia in the next few years as part of a push to decarbonize that country’s power generation — an initiative that could present a big opportunity for Alberta’s energy sector.

Saudis come to Calgary warning of the consequences of ditching oil

As hundreds of oil and gas executives and government representatives descend on Calgary for the World Petroleum Congress, a delegation from Saudi Arabia is warning of the consequences of ditching oil and preaching the need for a more realistic energy transition and more investment in oil and gas.

Cement is everywhere. The industry is turning to carbon capture to curb emissions, and it's not alone

Cement is ubiquitous, but the process of making it emits carbon into the atmosphere. The industry says there's no easy way to avoid that, which is why it's turning to carbon capture and storage technology as a way to decarbonize.

'They're ramming it down our throats,' Cold Lake First Nation Chief says of Pathways carbon capture project

The Chief of Cold Lake First Nation says his community has concerns about a proposed carbon capture and storage network that’s the centrepiece of a plan by major oilsands producers to hit net zero by 2050.

Apartment REITs see higher revenues amid tight rental market. Will this spur new supply?

The Calgary-based Boardwalk Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) is among the REITs posting higher year-over-year revenues amid a stubbornly tight rental market.

Early harvest another side effect of drought for many Alberta farmers

It’s yet another symptom of this year’s drought conditions. Many farmers across Alberta started harvesting ahead of schedule, their crops having matured faster than usual in the hot, dry conditions.

More trucks rolling out of Alberta dealerships as supply-chain issues ease

Trucks are rolling out of Alberta dealerships in greater numbers these days. An ATB analysis of Statistics Canada data shows vehicle sales were up 6.8 per cent in June, compared to the same month last year.

Calgary startup a sweet opportunity for some Ukrainian evacuees

Twenty-four-year-old entrepreneur offering jobs to new arrivals from Ukraine, the same country he left more than a decade ago.

Parks Canada says this summer is shaping up to be the busiest ever in Banff National Park

Parks Canada says summer 2023 is on track to be the busiest season on record in Banff National Park, and they’re urging visitors to plan ahead to avoid spending their time circling the parking lot. 

More foreign workers arriving in Alberta: ATB

The number of temporary foreign workers arriving in Alberta is growing quickly, a recent report from ATB Financial shows.