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Mother saw bruises on daughter's back before death, Calgary murder trial hears

Mother saw bruises on daughter's back before death, Calgary murder trial hears

CALGARY — The trial of a Calgary man accused of killing his young daughter heard Wednesday that the girl's mother saw bruises on her back in the week before her death.
Alberta energy 'war room' chief apologizes for tweets attacking New York Times

Alberta energy 'war room' chief apologizes for tweets attacking New York Times

CALGARY — The head of Alberta's $30-million-a-year energy war room apologized after the organization attacked The New York Times in a series of tweets over an article about how large financial institutions have stopped funding Alberta oil production.
Alberta energy 'war room' chief apologizes for tweets attacking New York Times

Alberta energy 'war room' chief apologizes for tweets attacking New York Times

CALGARY — The head of Alberta's $30-million-a-year energy war room apologized after the organization attacked The New York Times in a series of tweets over an article about how large financial institutions have stopped funding Alberta oil production.
Mother saw bruises on daughter's back before death, Calgary murder trial hears

Mother saw bruises on daughter's back before death, Calgary murder trial hears

CALGARY — The trial of a Calgary man accused of killing his young daughter has heard the girl's mother saw bruises on her back in the week before her death.
Alberta, First Nation in war of words as Teck oil mine decision nears

Alberta, First Nation in war of words as Teck oil mine decision nears

EDMONTON — Alberta's Indigenous relations minister says a last-minute war of words with a First Nations leader over a multibillion-dollar oilsands mine is a case of bare-knuckle bargaining.
Alberta, First Nation in war of words as Teck oil mine decision nears

Alberta, First Nation in war of words as Teck oil mine decision nears

EDMONTON — Alberta's Indigenous relations minister says a last-minute war of words with a First Nations leader over a multibillion-dollar oilsands mine is a case of bare-knuckle bargaining.
Cenovus ramps crude-by-rail volumes to 120,000 bpd without provincial contracts

Cenovus ramps crude-by-rail volumes to 120,000 bpd without provincial contracts

CALGARY — Crude-by-rail shipments by oilsands producer Cenovus Energy Inc. jumped to 120,000 barrels per day in January from 106,000 in December but the company says it did it without buying any Alberta provincial rail contracts.
Flair Airlines pulling out of Abbotsford as competition with Swoop takes off

Flair Airlines pulling out of Abbotsford as competition with Swoop takes off

EDMONTON — Flair Airlines Ltd. is pulling out of the airport in Abbotsford, B.C., due to a lack of passengers and intense competition from rival budget carrier Swoop.

WHL Roundup: Mads Sogaard leads Tigers over Pats 7-0

MEDICINE HAT, Alta. — Mads Sogaard stopped all 24 shots he faced as the Medicine Hat Tigers blanked the Regina Pats 7-0 on Tuesday in Western Hockey League action.
Draisaitl and Yamamoto lead Edmonton Oilers past Chicago Blackhawks 5-3

Draisaitl and Yamamoto lead Edmonton Oilers past Chicago Blackhawks 5-3

EDMONTON — Leon Draisaitl proved on Tuesday he doesn't need Connor McDavid beside him to lead the league in points.