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Keystone pipeline shut down for investigation of potential N.D. oil leak

Keystone pipeline shut down for investigation of potential N.D. oil leak

CALGARY — TC Energy Corp. says it has shut down the Keystone pipeline while it investigates a potential oil spill in North Dakota.
Propane terminal expansion predicted as AltaGas releases third-quarter results

Propane terminal expansion predicted as AltaGas releases third-quarter results

CALGARY — Strong operating and financial performance by Canada's first propane export terminal on the West Coast means its output stands to continue to grow through next year, the CEO of owner AltaGas Ltd. says.
Charges laid after Edmonton police helicopter dazzled by laser light

Charges laid after Edmonton police helicopter dazzled by laser light

EDMONTON — Charges have been laid against a man who allegedly pointed a laser beam at the Edmonton police helicopter.
Canadian women's hockey team to play U.S. in Moncton, Victoria and Vancouver

Canadian women's hockey team to play U.S. in Moncton, Victoria and Vancouver

CALGARY — The Canadian women's hockey team will host the United States in Moncton, N.B., Victoria and Vancouver this winter. The Rivalry Series between the two countries has been expanded from its inaugural three games in February to five in 2019-20.
Alpine Canada taps business community, appoints new board of directors

Alpine Canada taps business community, appoints new board of directors

CALGARY — Canada's most decorated downhiller is among business heavyweights appointed to Alpine Canada's new board of directors. Retired two-time world champion Erik Guay of Mont-Tremblant, Que.
Alberta asking arbitrators to cut public service pay as high as five per cent

Alberta asking arbitrators to cut public service pay as high as five per cent

EDMONTON — The Alberta government is seeking wage rollbacks as binding arbitration is set to resume with unions that represent more than 180,000 public-sector workers.
Alberta tables climate plan for industry; retains key parts of old legislation

Alberta tables climate plan for industry; retains key parts of old legislation

EDMONTON — Alberta has introduced a new climate plan for the province's big greenhouse gas emitters that it says will achieve similar emissions cuts as the former NDP government's plan and at less cost.
Alberta asking arbitrators to cut public service pay by two per cent

Alberta asking arbitrators to cut public service pay by two per cent

EDMONTON — The Alberta government is seeking wage rollbacks as binding arbitration gets set to resume with more than 180,000 public-sector workers.

Inquiry report into killing of Alberta priest makes no recommendations

ST. PAUL, Alta. — A fatality inquiry into the killing of a priest in a small town northeast of Edmonton details the crime and subsequent shootout with Mounties, but makes no recommendations to prevent a similar death. The body of Rev.

WHL Roundup: Roddy Ross leads Thunderbirds over Hitmen 2-1

CALGARY — Roddy Ross made 33 saves, and the Seattle Thunderbirds scored two early goals to beat the Calgary Hitmen 2-1 on Monday in Western Hockey League action.