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Toronto Star

Here are the Alberta universities and colleges where you will (or won't) be able to smoke weed
Toronto Star
The University of Calgary's cannabis policy will ban its use in any form — smoking, vaping, and edibles — on campus, including residences. Anyone carrying cannabis must have it stowed in sealed, scent-proof containers. U of C officials said in a ...

Calgary Sun

Federal judge asked to rule on Alberta reserve land dispute
Calgary Sun
Federal judge asked to rule on Alberta reserve land dispute. Bill Graveland, The Canadian Press. Published: September 25, 2018. Updated: September 25, 2018 3:41 PM MDT. Filed Under: Calgary SUN · News · Alberta. Share this story. A federal judge ...
'It's indefensible:' Judge weighs land dispute involving former Alberta
'It's indefensible:' Judge weighing land dispute involving former Alberta chiefLethbridge News Now
'So unreasonable:' Federal judge asked to rule on Alberta reserve land disputeBayToday
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Calgary Sun

Kenneth Green: Trudeau and Notley fiddle while Alberta's oil sector burns
Calgary Sun
And Alberta is punished even for getting things working. Suncor managed to get its Syncrude refinery back in action, driving up western Canadian oil inventories by 4.3 million barrels to a record high of 36.3 million barrels at the end of August. As a ...
Varcoe: Bill C-69 hurts Alberta, 'supercharges' pipeline merry-go-round, says premierCalgary Herald
Alberta premier speaks to industry leaders at international pipeline conferenceCTV News
'Stop the regulatory merry-go-round:' Alberta ministers to fight C-69 in OttawaBayToday

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Alberta buffer zone law tested in Calgary as anti-abortion group calls new rules anti-free speech
The 40 Days for Life group has been gathering outside Calgary's Kensington Clinic for nine years, but Saturday marked the first time the pro-lifers made an appearance since May, when the Alberta government passed a law forbidding protesters from coming ...

The Best Signage Company in Calgary Alberta, National Neon Signs & Displays Ltd. Launches Its New Website
(MENAFN Editorial) Advertisement is one of the most important areas of business growth and development. When advertisement is done right, a business will enjoy as significant growth in client base and overall bottom line. Calgary, AB Advertisement is ...

Calgary 2026 CEO peppered with mostly skeptical questions on call-in show
​I hope that Calgary and the Calgary Flames are having a different discussion today than they were a few weeks ago. If a new [sports and entertainment complex] can get completed for the Games, then it's going to be a better experience for everybody.

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Alberta to send 2 ministers to Ottawa to fight Bill C-69: 'Stop the regulatory merry-go-round'
WATCH ABOVE: Alberta Premier Rachel Notley spoke at a pipeline conference in Calgary on Tuesday morning. She spoke to the media following the conference where she addressed pipelines and controlling gas prices.
Alberta ministers heading to Ottawa to fight Bill C-69Toronto Star
Rachel Notley slams Bill C-69 at International Pipeline

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Toronto Star

Indigenous, female — the Green Party of Alberta's new leader isn't done breaking down barriers
Toronto Star
CALGARYAlberta's first Indigenous female political party leader wants to change the way Albertans talk about pipelines and consult with Indigenous communities. The Green Party of Alberta selected its new leader, Cheryle Chagnon-Greyeyes, on Saturday, ...

Calgary Sun

Leong: Trans Mountain impasse is a national issue, not an inter-provincial tiff
Calgary Sun
And it is Alberta that, in sheer frustration over delays, briefly banned the sale of B.C. wines this year and armed itself with legislation to restrict energy supplies and inflict economic consequences on B.C., in case of further political manoeuvres ...

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