Unemployment in Alberta soared to its highest rate in more than 22 years last month, even as economists continued to point to signs of a modest recovery heading into 2017.
From solar charging storage for electric buses in Grande Prairie, to new buses for Red Deer, to big investments paving the way for Calgary's Green Line LRT, the federal and provincial governments loosened the purse strings for transit on Saturday.
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley speaks to reporters on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Tuesday. Notley says she will head to British Columbia as early as next week to make the case for the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.
National PostCanadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Canada's fifth-biggest lender, reported net income of $931 million, up from $778 million the year before.
Just over 13 months after the U.S. Steel flags came down at the Hamilton Works steel mill, new flags bearing a new - but century-old - name went up Friday, heralding new jobs and a hoped-for new era of independence.