Kara MacInnes

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20
November
2017
Whether for canoeing or kayaking, ice fishing or paddle boarding, Albertans everywhere flock to the lake year-round for outdoor fitness and fun. What some don’t know is that we owe many of
05
September
2017
Jodie Fedorak has lost track of the number of oil and gas sites she’s visited in her five years as a field inspector with the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER). From one corner of the province to
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
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
24
April
2017
Today, Alberta’s oil and gas pipelines stretch over 422 000 kilometres across the province, but this wasn’t always the case. Over a century ago, Alberta’s first natural gas pipeline

Kara MacInnes prefers to type her sentences one word at a time. If she’s not writing, she is probably hungry and/or asking someone if she can pet their dog.