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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 …
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 …
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 …
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 …
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.