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Canada extends deadline for Trans Mountain pipeline decision to June 18

Apr 18 2019

CALGARY, Alberta Canada has extended the deadline for a decision on whether to push forward with the expansion of the Trans Mountain oil pipeline to June 18 from mid-May, the government said on Thursday.

Conservative victory in Canada's Alberta may spell trouble for Trudeau

Apr 17 2019

Calgary, Alberta The landslide election win of a right-leaning, pro-energy industry party in Canada's main oil-producing province of Alberta signals momentum may be building against Prime Minister Justin Trudeau months ahead of a federal election in October.

Alberta's foray into leftist politics sets stage for strong opposition

Apr 17 2019

CALGARY, Alberta Alberta's New Democratic Party crashed out of government after Tuesday's provincial election, but one of the most inexperienced parties ever to take office in Canada will likely become the strongest opposition the western province has ever seen.

Right-wing victory in Canada's Alberta may spell trouble for Trudeau

Apr 17 2019

Calgary, Alberta, April 17 A right-wing, pro-energy party won a landslide victory in Canada's main oil-producing province of Alberta late on Tuesday, signaling momentum may be building against Prime Minister Justin Trudeau months ahead of a federal election in October.

Right-wing party wins power in Canada's oil region, attacks Trudeau on environment

Apr 17 2019

CALGARY, Alberta A right-of-center party swept to power in Canada's main oil-producing province of Alberta on Tuesday and attacked Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's efforts to fight climate change, raising tension just months ahead of a federal election.

Canada's oil-rich Alberta goes to the polls as national vote looms

Apr 16 2019

CALGARY, Alberta Voters in Alberta, Canada's main oil-producing province, head to the polls on Tuesday for an election that opinion surveys show will see the right-of-center United Conservative Party oust the left-leaning New Democratic Party government.

Canada's oil-rich Alberta goes to the polls as national vote looms

Apr 16 2019

CALGARY, Alberta, April 16 Voters in Alberta, Canada's main oil-producing province, head to the polls on Tuesday for an election that opinion surveys show will see the right-of-center United Conservative Party oust the left-leaning New Democratic Party government.

Political parties stoke separatist sentiment ahead of Alberta vote

Apr 09 2019

CALGARY, Alberta Talk of Alberta separating from the rest of Canada is gaining ground ahead of April 16 elections, as a number of political parties in the country's energy heartland seek to capitalize on voter anger with federal policies.

Canadian court dismisses Ecuador's $9.5 billion claim against Chevron Canada

Apr 05 2019

CALGARY, Alberta The Supreme Court of Canada on Thursday dismissed claims attempting to force Chevron Corp's Canadian unit to pay a $9.5 billion judgment handed down in Ecuador against the U.S. oil major over pollution in the Andean country.

Canadian court dismisses $9.5 bln Ecuadorian claim against Chevron Canada

Apr 04 2019

CALGARY, Alberta, April 4 The Supreme Court of Canada on Thursday dismissed all claims attempting to force Chevron Corp's Canadian unit to pay a $9.5 billion judgment handed down in Ecuador against the U.S. oil major over pollution in the Andean country.

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