CALGARY — For young Canadians looking to land a good job, the West is where it’s at, according to a new report released by the Fraser Institute on Tuesday.
The right-leaning think-tank said Alberta and Saskatchewan offer the best opportunities for to 25-to-34 set. READ
Alberta’s energy regulator is investigating reports of waterfowl landing in tailings ponds in the oilsands area. The agency says it’s not known how many birds or which companies are involved. READ
Alberta Premier Jim Prentice says the province is pitching in with more money to help rural-based industries. READ
It may be possible for TransCanada Corp. to build the most urgently needed leg of its delayed Keystone XL oil pipeline as early as next year, an executive with the pipeline giant said Wednesday. READ
Looking for a good place to work? You might want to send your resume to Agriculture Financial Services Corporation. READ
MONTREAL — Many Pratt & Whitney Canada employees were disappointed but not entirely surprised to learn Wednesday the Quebec-based aircraft-engine manufacturer will lay off as many as 1,000 people worldwide over the coming months. READ