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The Volcanic Underground: Is Geothermal Energy The Answer?

Alberta, B.C. and Saskatchewan are sitting on a wealth of free, green energy. So why is nobody doing anything about it? >

Alberta needs immigrant engineers, so why is it so hard to get licensed?

Green Light, Red Light >

Cyber Combat: a look into the world of computer forensics

You know your data is valuable. So do other people – and here’s what they’re doing to get it >

Encana is planning for natural gas-fuelled cars

But will that revolution happen in time to save the company that’s behind it? >

Big data presents bigger opportunities for the province’s software developers

How data analysis is shaping Alberta’s software development industry >

Circulation numbers might be tumbling at the Calgary Herald, but Robin Tremblay has found a productive use for the beleaguered newspaper

The Second Life of Newspapers >

Alberta’s developers are doing business in some unexpected places

Think software development only happens in the big city? Think again >

Canadian Control Works Inc. is being blocked from selling an innovative product

Fortis Alberta refused to work with the Edmonton-based company >

Five industries where Alberta’s software developers are making their mark

What Alberta's software development sector lacks in size it makes up for in stature >

Why the high-tech forecast calls for clouds with a chance of profitability

You’ve heard of the cloud, but aren’t sure how it affects your business. Here’s the scoop >

How Airworks, an Edmonton-based company, reinvented the air compressor

Hot Air Under Pressure >