We're going to refine more, process more and create more of the oil- and gas-based products the world needs now.
The Trans Mountain Pipeline benefits all Canadians. We're in this together.
A temporary limit of oil production to defend Alberta jobs and protect the value of Alberta's resources.
Premier Notley established a task force of prominent Canadians to provide advice for getting our oil and gas through pipelines to tidewater.
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- Feb 19, 2019
Historic rail deals between Canadian Pacific Railway, Canadian National Railway and the Government of Alberta mean all Albertans will get a better price for our energy resources.
- Feb 18, 2019
Premier Rachel Notley issued the following statement to recognize Family Day:
- Feb 15, 2019
Premier Rachel Notley issued the following statement wishing Albertans a happy National Flag of Canada Day:
- Feb 14, 2019
The Alberta government is providing funding for the TELUS World of Science to create jobs, enhance education and bring new visitors to Edmonton.
- Feb 14, 2019
Premier Rachel Notley issued the following statement to recognize missing and murdered Indigenous women: