Westleaf announces same-day cannabis delivery in Saskatoon

The feature is being offered through its Prairie Records online store

Westleaf announces same-day cannabis delivery in SaskatoonCannabis users in the greater Saskatoon area can now have same-day delivery of their product, thanks to Calgary-based Westleaf Inc. The feature is being offered through its Prairie Records online store. "Adding another customer-centric feature is all part of enhancing the Prairie Records brand among our customers and making it that much easier to purchase…

Dickinson’s venture firm to back five innovative companies

Company is investing $750,000 in companies in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Ontario.

Dickinson’s venture firm to back five innovative companiesCalgary-based District Ventures Capital, which is led by entrepreneur Arlene Dickinson, announced Friday it is investing $750,000 in five innovative companies in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Ontario.  The companies, in the consumer goods food and health space, were selected from 100 applicants from across Canada. It said the companies were chosen based on their product, sales…

Trans Mountain expansion approval embraced by oil patch

Construction expected to begin this year but analysts warn that it will take years to complete and open new markets

Trans Mountain expansion approval embraced by oil patchThe federal government’s approval on Tuesday of the multibillion-dollar Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project is being called a step in the right direction for Alberta’s economy. The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers said the approval paves the way for Canada to start competing on the world stage. In a statement, CAPP said the approval “means…

Greenhouse gas emissions on the decline in Canada’s electricity sector

Electricity sector is playing in reducing Canada’s greenhouse gas emissions

Greenhouse gas emissions on the decline in Canada’s electricity sectorGreenhouse gas emissions (GHG) in Canada’s electricity sector have declined by 34 per cent since 2005 and further reductions are expected, says the Conference Board of Canada in a new report released on Tuesday. “Canada-wide, the electricity sector is undergoing fundamental transformation. In each province, electricity generators are playing a leadership role in the move…

Village Brewery launches non-alcoholic beer

Pale ale will be sold in Western Canadian grocery stores, including Calgary Co-op

Village Brewery launches non-alcoholic beerCalgary-based Village Brewery has launched a non-alcoholic craft beer in time for summer. It’s among Western Canada’s first non-alcoholic beers and the Village Local is the first Alberta crafted beer to be sold in Western Canadian grocery stores, including Calgary Co-op. It’s also available in liquor stores across Alberta. The company says it’s a pale…

Further Trans Mountain delay says Canada closed for business: CAPP

If the project is not approved for summer construction, the federal government will hinder employment, innovation and technology development

Further Trans Mountain delay says Canada closed for business: CAPPAny further delays on the Trans Mountain Expansion Project will signal that Canada is closed for business, says the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers in a statement issued on Monday in advance of the government of Canada's expected announcement on the project on Tuesday. The statement read: “The Trans Mountain expansion project must be approved…

Calgary’s Global Petroleum Show to include large rally

The 51st year of North America’s leading energy event takes place June 11 to 13 at Stampede Park

Calgary’s Global Petroleum Show to include large rallyThe Global Petroleum Show, which takes place next week in Calgary, will be the setting for what is being billed as the “Largest Oil & Gas Rally in Canadian History.” The rally, in partnership with Canada Action, will take place on Tuesday, June 11, at noon in the outdoor exhibit area near the Big Four…

Canmore leads recreational property price rises in Alberta

Royal LePage report says recreational property in Canada saw healthy price gains leading up to the 2019 spring market

Canmore leads recreational property price rises in AlbertaDriven by price gains in Canmore, the largest reporting region in Alberta, the aggregate price of a single-family home in recreational regions rose 10.2 per cent to $819,583, according to a report real estate firm Royal LePage. The report said the aggregate price in the province is expected to increase 2.4 per cent in 2020.…

Alberta has highest median monetary fraud rate: MNP report

Study of over 200 criminal convictions gleans critical insights about how Canadian organizations can reduce fraud

Alberta has highest median monetary fraud rate: MNP reportThe first national study of its kind, Fraud Aware 2019: National Study on Reported Fraud Cases in Canada, has found that the most convictions and the largest reported losses due to fraud were seen in Ontario, Quebec, Alberta and British Columbia. Business advisory and accounting firm MNP LLP released the results of the study on…

Production in all primary energy sectors rises

And StatsCan says exports of crude oil and equivalent products increased in March

Production in all primary energy sectors risesProduction in all primary energy sectors rose in March compared with a year ago, according to data released Wednesday by Statistics Canada. And over the same period, exports of crude oil and equivalent products increased, while exports of natural gas and electricity decreased. The federal agency said production of crude oil and equivalent products rose…

Try-before-you-buy concept used to sell home

Realtor said the owners are offering a stay of about a week but everything is negotiable in real estate

Try-before-you-buy concept used to sell homeYou wouldn’t think of not taking a vehicle out on a test drive before making one of the biggest purchases in your life. So why not a home? A Calgary homeowner who has listed a property for sale is taking the same concept and adapting it to the real estate industry. The seller is offering…

World Angel Investment Summit being held in Calgary

‘There’s a moral and economic imperative to ensuring that the benefits of innovation are shared’

World Angel Investment Summit being held in CalgaryNACO, Canada’s only national angel capital organization, is hosting its World Angel Investment Summit in Calgary this week in partnership with Alberta Innovations and Inventure$. “NACO continues to focus on the catalysts that led to the emergence of Silicon Valley – angel investors, growth mentors and world-class founders,” said Claudio Rojas, CEO at NACO, in…

Campaign raises awareness of importance of natural resources

Business advocacy groups join forces to talk about the role energy has in Canada’s and the world’s future

Campaign raises awareness of importance of natural resourcesBusiness leaders from across Canada are joining forces to raise awareness of the importance of Canada’s natural resource economy just months before a federal election. The Canadians for Natural Resources campaign, officially launched on Friday, is co-ordinated by the Canadian Global Cities Council (CGCC). Its aim is to bring conversations to kitchen tables across Canada…

Alberta economic roller-coaster weighs on Canada’s bottom line

Bank of Canada deputy governor tells Calgary Chamber that housing slowdown, U.S.-China trade war are also big factors

Alberta economic roller-coaster weighs on Canada’s bottom lineAlberta and other energy-intensive regions have been on an economic roller-coaster over the past few years, leading to painful adjustments for many. It’s also weighed on Canada’s bottom line, Carolyn Wilkins, senior deputy governor of the Bank of Canada told a Calgary Chamber luncheon on Thursday. She said Canada’s economic performance has been relatively solid…

Alberta’s minimum wage cut for teens should just be the start

As workers get older and become eligible for more pay, they often lose their jobs. That means the overall wage floor is too high

Alberta’s minimum wage cut for teens should just be the startDuring the recent Alberta election campaign, with the province’s unemployment rate remaining stubbornly high, the now-governing United Conservative Party proposed reducing the minimum wage from $15 to $13 for workers below the age of 18. And now the government has introduced legislation to make that change, along with changes to overtime pay requirements. The benefits…
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