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Business Person of the Year 2016: Enbridge’s Al Monaco

Al Monaco is at the centre of one of Canada’s most contentious issues. So let’s talk  >

by Michael Ganley

Alberta should hedge its resource revenues

There is a way to tame energy-market volatility  >

by Michael Ganley

Energy East hearings in Montreal face newfound scrutiny

After protests and a conflict-of-interest controversy, the pipeline hearings face a higher degree of examination  >

by Michael Ganley

Alberta’s economic slowdown: nowhere to go but up

Numbers show lots of evidence of the tough economic conditions facing Alberta, but with an increasingly diversified economy, we do think the worst is behind us  >

by Michael Ganley

For small business in Alberta, it’s death by a thousand cuts

Running a business is hard enough on its own. With the incoming barrage of tax hikes, we're biting the hands that feed us  >

by Michael Ganley

Alberta takes the lead in climate-change policy

Now, we need other jurisdictions to step up to the plate  >

by Michael Ganley

Just five years ago, Slave Lake suffered a wildfire similar to Fort McMurray’s

Ken Giblin says Slave Lake is "pretty much back to normal"  >

by Michael Ganley

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  >

by Michael Ganley

If Uber doesn’t return to Alberta, someone else will fill in the gap

Companies like Uber thrive in an unchained, free-market ethos — but cities can't allow them to operate unchecked  >

by Michael Ganley