As an act of city-to-city diplomacy, Canada Action in partnership with the City of Calgary have invited the mayor of Victoria, B.C. to tour the oil sands on April 26, 2019.
The tour of Cenovus’ Foster Creek Oil Sands Facility consisted of Canada Action members, Calgary Councillors , Victoria Mayor Lisa Helps and Industry Leaders
Albertans voted the United Conservative Party into power, electing Jason Kenney as premier with a large majority. Along with this majority government has come a large mandate for the new government to strengthen the economy and to deliver on promises for more jobs and building pipelines.
It’s that time of year again. You’re driving home for work and you start to notice more and more election signs filling the sides of the roads and intersections on your regular commute. You drive through your neighbourhood and your neighbours are starting to get their signs delivered to them. You can even see a divide between next-door neighbours — some even sharing a lawn, but one with an orange NDP sign and the other with a blue UCP sign.