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16
October
2017
The environment is a hot topic (and that’s not just a global warming pun). Canadians care deeply about how oil and gas development will affect the environment and their safety, and rightly so. However, what many don’t know is that
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25
September
2017
Jason Veness, senior advisor, Indigenous Engagement, has his face painted with red ochre during the ceremony. All of our voices matter. Whether we speak in unison or one at a time, in one language or another, in harmony or in discord, we all
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25
September
2017
The Town of Cochrane recently unveiled its new incident management trailer, funded by the Cochrane Pipeline Operators Committee—a synergy group that includes the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER). The trailer, much like the AER’s own
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18
September
2017
  French Version When you travel to another country, it is important to learn a few key phrases to get around. Google translate can only do so much, and if you have ever asked for a “double-double” outside of Canada, you know
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28
August
2017
We know it matters what people think. On a daily basis, Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) staff are in contact with people who call Alberta home: landowners, municipalities, industry, indigenous peoples, and environmental nongovernmental
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14
August
2017
AGS geomodeller Elwyn Galloway and summer student Tyler MacCormack pose with a 3D printed Minecraft model. Sometimes, our best ideas come from the unlikeliest of places. For Kelsey MacCormack, director of mapping and modelling at the
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24
July
2017
For the residents of one Alberta town, the mouth-watering aroma of meat on the grill and baked beans enticed many to escape the hot spring weather. On this blazing June day, nearly 80 people trickled into a large community centre just off the
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20
June
2017
It was 2013 and Jim Ellis was trying to stand up a new organization responsible for regulating some of the world’s largest oil and gas resources. It seemed that each day brought a new challenge. “I knew we were breaking new ground and
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20
June
2017
Blackfoot elder Dr. Reg Crow Shoe meets with AER staff The summer solstice is the longest day of the year, and for many indigenous people in Canada, it is an important day of cultural significance. The idea for a national day to celebrate
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