OTTAWA -- More than 22,000 cattle at farms in Alberta and Saskatchewan are quarantined due to bovine tuberculosis, causing hardship for ranchers and millions in compensation payments and other costs.
On Friday the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released its November jobs report, announcing that the unemployment rate had dropped to 4.6%, the lowest it's been since August 2007.
A researcher has found that a federal subsidy intended to reduce astronomical food prices for northern families has resulted in stale-dated, unreliable food on store shelves without making grocery bills more affordable.
A major funding announcement came from all three levels of government on the future of transit across Alberta Saturday. Politicians took a ride on Calgary Transit to announce that $500 million will be chipped in from all levels of government, not only ...
More than a thousand people were out at the Alberta legislature on Saturday to protest the carbon tax put forward by the NDP government.