Carl Meyer, Canada’s National Observer, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter
U.S. presidential nominee Joe Biden’s comments about the oil industry on Thursday show that he understands the unparalleled global financial realignment happening due to climate change, the president of the Alberta Federation of Labour says.
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It has been a week since the Supreme Court decided it will not hear an appeal by the Squamish Nation, Tsleil-Waututh Nation and Coldwater Indian Band. Trans Mountain currently has 4,919 people working on its controversial pipeline expansion. This project is expected to bring a sevenfold increase in the number of oil tankers plying the waters off Greater Vancouver. Yet even while we read that this project is going forward, another giant oil company is writing off oil sands investments.
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Originally published on Cortes Radio.ca
Small business owners and entrepreneurs struggle for money everywhere. Yet, this is perhaps more true in rural communities than anywhere in the developed world. Adam McKenty, head of Cortes Community Economic Development Association (CCEDA), shared a creative solution that is allowing people to invest their money in their local communities while providing capital for small businesses and entrepreneurs.
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By Mo Cranker, Medicine Hat News, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter
For the next week or so, Police Point Park will be home to the city’s newest bed and breakfast. The only catch is that you need to be a goat to stay and eat. The park is hosting around 200 goats with the goal of fighting leafy spurge, an invasive weed that is common in the area.
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By Jake Cardinal, Alberta Native News, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter
ANNews) – On May 22, 2020 Alberta’s Energy Minister Sonya Savage spoke about the COVID-19 pandemic’s positive effect on Alberta’s Energy Sector; the positive being the limited amount of people able to protest.
“Now is a great time to be building a pipeline because you can’t have protests of more than 15 people,” Savage said. “Let’s get it built.”
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