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Photos / It's Rare: Blue whale skeleton to be on display in Newport

Tillamook Headlight Herald 28 Mar 2023
The skeleton of a rare 70-foot blue whale that washed up on the Oregon Coast several years ago will journey to Alberta, Canada later this week so a team of preservation and restoration specialists can prepare it for public display at Oregon State University’s Hatfield Marine Science Center in Newport.

GUNTER: Federal budget follows a bad pattern

Toronto Sun 28 Mar 2023
(The Alberta government typically serves a better lunch than the feds, though.) ... Almost no government, federal or provincial; Liberal, Conservative or New Democrat, sticks with its projections for even a few months ... But that’s if you didn’t count the 6.5% by which the Alberta government overshot last year’s budget projections.

Why A Suncor Turnaround Maintenance Event Was Given The Cree Name Project Mamawi

MENA FN 24 Mar 2023
(MENAFN - 3BL Media Inc) The story of >Project Ma^mawi, and that of many more inspiring Indigenous People from northern Alberta to St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador and places in between, can be ... .

Long-term study shows water fleas adapt to sunscreen ingredients

Phys Dot Org 24 Mar 2023
candidate in the University of Alberta's Department of Biological Sciences. "One of the main goals of this project was to see if our simple lab models are actually lining up with what we would expect to see in a natural environment." ... Provided by University of Alberta.

Alberta, provinces argue against “no more pipelines” bill

True North 23 Mar 2023
Alberta lawyer Bruce Mellett said the province already does comprehensive reviews of projects, but now Ottawa is imposing new rules which prioritize federal policies ... “We want to grow investment in Alberta, not have it driven away by unbalanced, unpredictable new rules for major projects,” he said in a statement on Tuesday.

Alberta to argue against federal ‘No More Pipelines’ bill Wednesday

True North 21 Mar 2023
The Alberta government will present arguments to Canada’s top court on Wednesday as it argues against what the province has dubbed the “No More Pipelines” bill ... “We want to grow investment in Alberta, not have it driven away by unbalanced, unpredictable new rules for major projects,” he said in a statement on Tuesday.

Saskatchewan Joins Other Provinces Fighting Against Federal ‘No More Pipelines’ Legislation

The Epoch Times 21 Mar 2023
Alberta brought the challenge, stating the law threatens development of the province’s natural resources and gives the federal government too much power ...

Karbon-X Corp Signs Letter of Intent with Resolute Resources Ltd to Offset all CO2 Emissions ...

Eagle-Tribune 21 Mar 2023
Resolute has projects in NW Alberta and NE British Columbia, where the company is exploring shallow Cretaceous sandstone reservoirs that can be exploited with Multi-Lateral Open Hole wells. Resolute has accumulated greater than 20,000 acres in its GFD light oil project in NW Alberta and approximately 10,000 acres at its Evie project in NE BC.

IPC CEO urges Canada to offer more funding to build carbon capture

FX Empire 19 Mar 2023
Geneva-based IPC, part of Sweden’s Lundin Group, sanctioned phase one of the 30,000 barrel-per-day (bpd) Blackrod thermal project in northern Alberta last month ... Industry says CCS projects need more government support to be financially viable, while Ottawa and the oil-rich province of Alberta are at odds over who should provide increased funding.

Should environmental impact of big projects be assessed by Ottawa? Supreme Court set to weigh in

North Shore News 18 Mar 2023
Many still call it “Bill C-69″ or if you’re an opponent, the “No More Pipelines law.” Alberta says the law creates an overly onerous system that gives the federal government an unfair ability to deny or delay developments, such as a natural gas power plant, or an oil sands project.

Imperial Vice President, Downstream and Chemicals to assume new role at Exxon Mobil Corporation

Maryville Daily Forum 16 Mar 2023
CALGARY, Alberta--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Mar 16, 2023-- ... He was also instrumental in progressing the renewable diesel project at our Strathcona refinery in Edmonton, Alberta – a strategic investment that will help the company and our customers reduce our greenhouse gas emissions.”.

Canada aims to accelerate oil sands tailings remediation amid Imperial leak

Reuters 15 Mar 2023
March 15 (Reuters) - The Canadian and Alberta governments will establish a federal-provincial working group to accelerate remediation of oil sands tailings ponds, the Alberta government said on Wednesday, as investigations continue into an ongoing tailings leak at Imperial Oil's (IMO.TO) Kearl project.

McCain Foods makes largest global investment in company history

Fresh Plaza 15 Mar 2023
McCain Foods is making a substantial investment in Coaldale, doubling the size of its facility and output in Coaldale, Alberta. The project is a significant economic boost for the region that will create 260 new jobs ... “The development in Alberta marks our largest global investment ...

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