Doughnuts and pastries. Stalks of still-crunchy celery. Bags of bright, plump oranges. It sounds like a shopping list, but it was all in Walmart's garbage.
The provincial government is committing $10 million to help farmers become more energy efficient, a move it says will reduce emissions and help producers offset the cost of the soon-to-be-introduced carbon tax.
Don't call it a comeback, exactly, but maybe think of it as a bright spot on an otherwise dim Alberta jobs front. Precision Drilling Corp.
Several renewable energy companies, industry associations and think tanks are calling on the Alberta government to put its renewable energy targets into law.
Vancouver unveiled its latest solution, hopefully, to its affordability crisis: temporary modular homes. Ted Chernecki has more. What is this?