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Where are they now: the status of Canada’s major pipelines

The approval of pipelines is slow and arduous, but some are closer to getting the green light than others >

Canada is producing record amounts of oil. So why are the country’s oil imports going up?

Canada's oil imports increased 16 per cent year over year in 2015, representing $35 million leaving the country's economy each day >

How to protect your company from a cyberattack

“The only defense is a layered defense,” says recent report from the Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology >

Cyber attacks are up across the board and the energy industry is an attractive target

The risks to the industry are real, substantial and growing >

Junior oil and gas producers say a government program meant to reduce the burden of abandoned wells is strong-arming them out of business

The program was meant to reduce the financial and environmental burden of orphaned wells, but their numbers have exploded >

Editorial: How to talk to your kids about oil and pipelines

The way to keep oil in the ground is not to pinch off a pipeline here and another one there. It’s to decrease the demand for oil >

Is Alberta heading toward a talent gap?

Despite Alberta’s excess of skilled, unemployed labourers, Manpower CEO Randy Upright says the province is heading for a talent gap >

Without coal, how will Alberta get its power in 2030?

The Notley government is heading into a policy minefield that will have major repercussions on the price of electricity for decades to come >

In these Alberta towns, firefighters are employees of private companies

Despite reassurances, Northwest Fire Rescue and Training’s pivot into the public sector caused alarm — the notion that public services would be provided by private interests was met with skepticism >

Everything you need to know about Alberta business to start your week

CP abandons bid to buy U.S. railroad, TransCanada expands pipeline business in Mexico, and an NDP divided over pipelines >

Celebrating the latest jobs numbers for Alberta? Not so fast

The province added 18,900 jobs in March, the majority of them full-time. But is it a sign of recovery or is it just a blip? >