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Earls says it ‘made a mistake’ when it swapped Alberta beef for Certified Humane

B.C.-based Earls says it will bring Alberta beef back to its restaurants, and it will work with producers to build up a supply that meets its standards >

Does the expiration of the U.S.-Canada softwood lumber agreement spell the end of Alberta’s forestry industry?

Alberta’s forestry sector prepares for the U.S. – and its voracious lumber lobby – to reopen our oldest trade wounds >

The Imperial Aspirations of Murray Edwards

Legendary investor Murray Edwards bet heavily in B.C.’s hard rock mining industry, and right now he’s paying the price >

Twin Otter: The Death and Rebirth of a Great Canadian Plane

How the Twin Otter came roaring back from the dead, and how Alberta’s been a key part of that >

“We’re in a free fall”: Why every fourth floor in downtown Calgary could soon be vacant

As the city's tallest office tower nears completion, commercial real estate vacancies are climbing >

Quebec’s environmental hearings on TransCanada’s Energy East begin today

Injunction to prevent hearings from going ahead rejected by Quebec court >

Alberta’s top jobs

Despite rampant layoffs across Alberta, some jobs are still in demand in the province  >