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22 photos from Alberta’s Canadian Rockies we can’t stop looking at

With summer road trip season fast approaching, we’re re-publishing the post from a few years ago. In our completely biased opinion, there is no better place for a road trip than the Canadian Rockies in Alberta and British Columbia. These photos are the proof.  Photos from Alberta’s Canadian Rockies We’re still beaming from our road trip through the Canadian Rockies last summer. The pristine natural landscapes of Jasper and Banff National Parks are some of the most spectacular on the planet...
Tags: Adventures, Alberta, Canada, Hiking, National Park, Photography, Trip Ideas, World Attractions, Banff, Banff National Park, Canadian Rockies, Jasper, Jasper National Park


I'm 29 & This Is How Much I Spent On My 6-Day Trip To Iceland With My S.O.

Welcome to Away Game, a Refinery29 series where we tag along as real millennial women embark on trips around the world and track their travel expenses down to the last cent. Here, we offer a detailed, intimate account of when, where, and how our peers spend their vacation days and disposable income: all the meals, adventures, indulgences, setbacks, and surprises.This week's travel diary: A 29-year-old engineering analyst eats ice cream in Iceland.Open to tracking your travel expenses during an ...
Tags: Google, Europe, Fashion, Music, Japan, Texas, Star Trek, Netflix, Canada, Greenland, Iceland, Montreal, Alberta, Reykjavik, Woodstock, Akureyri


Hokkaido Skiing: The Fabulous Kiroro Resort Experience

Did you know that skiing in Japan is some of the best on the planet, especially on the island of Hokkaido? Try to picture what 21 metres or 69 feet of snow looks like. That’s the yearly average Kiroro Ski Resort receives! While I didn’t catch a powder day, I did get the next best thing – spring skiing weather in early March on great snow with hardly a soul in sight. On a Sunday. Click on my video to get an idea of what the skiing looks like along with some of the other highlights from my week ...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Japan, Canada, Skiing, Tokyo, Alberta, Sapporo, Hokkaido, Facebook Twitter Instagram, Leigh McAdam, Adventure Travel Trade Association, Sheraton Hokkaido Kiroro Resort, Kiroro Resort, Otaru, Kiroro Ski Resort


Video Post: Wapta Falls in Winter—a Frozen Gem

I hiked to a 30-metre high waterfall in the middle of winter. What did it look like? In This Travel Video You Will Discover: The Rockies’ Most Beautiful Waterfall An Easy Winter Hike Directions & Difficulty Info Wapta Falls is the gem of British Columbia’s Yoho National Park. And that’s saying a lot—Yoho is literally an aboriginal word for “awe,” and the park as a whole lives up to the moniker. Nearby, Alberta’s Banff and Jasper national parks tend to hog the spotlight—especially since Y...
Tags: Travel, Jasper, British Columbia, Alberta, Banff, Yoho National Park, Yoho, Wapta Falls


Canada: A Promise To Be Broken? Alberta Government Announces Long-Term Renewables Plan - McCarthy Tétrault LLP

On February 26, 2019, the Alberta Government announced a long-term plan to achieve its legislated target of 30 percent renewable electricity by 2030.
Tags: News, Canada, Alberta


NHL News & Notes: Khovanov, Stars Sign Prospects & More

In today’s News & Notes, the Minnesota Wild have signed Alexander Khovanov to an entry-level contract, the Dallas Stars have signed three prospects to entry-level deals and Luke Philp is closing in on a deal with the Calgary Flames. Related: NHL News & Notes: Pastrnak, Petan & More Wild Sign Khovanov The Wild signed Khovanov, the team’s third-round pick from the 2013 NHL Entry Draft, to a three-year entry-level contract Tuesday. The 18-year-old scored 25 goals and 74 points in just 64 games wi...
Tags: Column, News, Minnesota, Sport, Ncaa, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Alberta, Calgary, Dallas Stars, University Of Michigan, Luke, Texas Stars, Wildcats, Gardner


Economy center stage in April election in Canada's Alberta province

Premier Rachel Notley's left-leaning New Democratic Party won a shock victory in traditionally conservative Alberta in 2015, ending 44 years of conservative rule, but inherited a provincial economy rocked by the collapse of global oil prices. Notley was initially an ally of Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and backed his attempts to please the oil industry and environmentalists by championing export pipelines while also introducing carbon pricing. The relationship soured last year over ef...
Tags: Science, Canada, Alberta, Justin Trudeau, Trudeau, Rachel Notley, Notley, Trans Mountain, New Democratic Party


Best things to do in Calgary

Calgary is a city that doesn’t get the recognition it deserves. It doesn’t see nearly the visitor numbers of Vancouver, Toronto, or Montreal, and despite being the largest city in Alberta it’s actually not even the provincial capital. The jumping off point for many of the four million annual visitors to Banff National Park, this city of 1.2 million is a cowtown that’s grown up and found its footing among the country’s modern skylines. It’s one that hasn’t forgotten the roots that make it uniq...
Tags: Travel, Canada, Vancouver, Montreal, Calgary Flames, Denver, Alberta, Calgary, Banff, Banff National Park, All, Napa Valley, Sara, Inglewood, East Village, Central Library


Canada: The SCC Rules In Redwater: Losing Battles But Winning The War - Bennett Jones LLP

As the energy sector faced economic hardship during the most recent downturn in Alberta, concerns mounted over who would bear the financial responsibility for the reclamation of wells and pipelines when
Tags: News, Canada, Alberta, War Bennett Jones LLP


Funding awarded for C$285 million, first-of-its-kind, wheat-based, biofuels facility

In Canada, a C$285 million, first-of-its-kind, wheat-based, biofuels facility is being developed by Carbon Clean Energy Inc. The project aims to create low carbon intensity ethanol in response to Alberta’s new renewable fuel standards. Known as Project Wheatland, the state-of-the-art plant features an energy self-sufficient design that will also generate clean power from biogas production. The project received C$5 million in funding from ERA. It is one of three announced through Emission Reducti...
Tags: Canada, Producer News, Alberta, WHEATLAND, Carbon Clean Energy Inc, Emission Reductions Alberta


How to Build Brand Loyalty on Your Landing Page

Your landing page is your opportunity to make an impression on your target audience. If it connects on an emotional level and has a clear and transparent purpose, site visitors are more likely to identify with your brand. Building loyalty often takes a bit more time, but your landing page is a start to a long-term relationship with new customers. For most businesses, around 65% of their revenue comes from an existing customer base. Connecting with your customers to build a relationship from the ...
Tags: Florida, Marketing, Alberta, B2b, Branding, Sotheby s International Realty, Consumer, Kings Island, Gold Pass, Isaacs Isaacs, Place Contact Info Front and Center Place, Focus on Voice Branding Voice


Canada: Alberta Government Implements Production Curtailment Rules For Oil Producers - Bennett Jones LLP

The Government of Alberta has ordered and approved rules for curtailment of the production of crude oil and crude bitumen in Alberta. See Curtailment Rules, Alta. Reg. 214/2018.
Tags: News, Canada, Alberta, Government of Alberta


Canada: Alberta Human Rights Tribunal Adopts Findings Of Workers' Compensation Board - McCarthy Tétrault LLP

In Kebede v. SGS Canada Inc., 2019 AHRC 3, the Alberta Human Rights Tribunal (the "Tribunal") recently dismissed a portion of a human rights complaint on the grounds that the issue was already decided by the Alberta WCB.
Tags: News, Canada, Alberta, Kebede, AHRC, SGS Canada Inc, Alberta Human Rights Tribunal the Tribunal


University, College curling championships sweep into Fredericton

FREDERICTON, N.B. — Thirty-two of Canada's top university and college curling teams have all gathered in Fredericton, all looking to become the 2019 national champions.There are eight men's and women's team on the university side and eight men's and women's teams on the college side. They've just started round-robin play across two ice surfaces at Willie O'Ree Place.This is the 12th edition of the university curling championships with Curling Canada involvement...
Tags: News, Russia, Canada, Nova Scotia, Alberta, Cbc, University College, Fredericton, Selena, CBC Sports, University of Alberta Golden Bears, Curling Canada, Wilfrid Laurier, Mary Fay, LeDuc, Karsten


Underappreciated Stars

from Greg Wyshynski of ESPN, Here are eight NHL players who are consistently lauded as being underappreciated when, in fact, it's well-established that they're incredible. Mark Giordano, Calgary Flames Speaking of defensive prowess, the reason Giordano is going to win the Norris this season is because the voters would have already given him one had it not been for injuries derailing two seasons. He has 65 points in 68 games, has the "old guy having career year" narrative, an...
Tags: Sport, Espn, Buffalo, NHL, Alberta, Oilers, Reilly, Ryan, Norris, Tim Horton, Greg Wyshynski, Jarome Iginla, McDavid, NHLPA, Mark Giordano, Giordano


Friday Roundup: Slaw Jobs

Each Friday, we share the latest job listings from Slaw Jobs, which features employment opportunities from across the country. Find out more about these positions by following the links below, or learn how you can use Slaw Jobs to gain valuable exposure for your job ads, while supporting the great Canadian legal commentary at Slaw.ca. Current postings on Slaw Jobs (newest first): Government Relations Specialist (Contract Role) | Victoria, BC (EcoJustice) Conflict Lawyer (Part-time) | Vancouve...
Tags: Law, Alberta, Slaw, Friday Jobs Roundup, Slaw Jobs, Vancouver Calgary Hamilton Toronto Ottawa, Montreal Gowling WLG


Oh Hey There Spring Sleep Issues!

How did you all fare during the spring-forward time change last weekend? Every season when the time changes, those of us in Saskatchewan typically sit back and watch – smugly – as our friends across the country struggle (and then post about) the time change. You see, here in Saskatchewan we’re stubborn. We don’t change our clocks, ever. Our struggle is to try and figure out what time it is everywhere else in the country. In the spring, Alberta is the same time as us. In the winter, Manitoba is. ...
Tags: Frugality, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Don, Winnipeg, Vogel, Giveaways and Reviews, Deep sleep, Aromaforce Oil Diffuser Aromaforce, Aromaforce


At 16, Tyrel Bauer uprooted his life to play amateur hockey. Can he turn it into a ticket to the NHL?

Tyrel Bauer is a rookie on the Kent-based Seattle Thunderbirds and an NHL prospect. The teenage Alberta native came here to play hockey, and also keeps a stellar 4.0 GPA in school.
Tags: News, Sports, Hockey, NHL, Alberta, GPA, Seattle Thunderbirds, Tyrel Bauer


Canada: Understanding the Use of No Contest Clauses In Alberta: Anderson Estate, 2017 ABQB 422 And Mawhinney v Scobie, 2019 ABCA 76 - Miller Thomson LLP

No contest clauses, or "in terrorem" clauses (latin for "in terror" or "by way of threat") are often used in wills to attempt to create a consequence or an ability to prevent a gift, if certain conditions are not met or certain actions are taken.
Tags: News, Canada, Alberta, Miller Thomson LLP, Scobie, Mawhinney, Anderson Estate


Calgary secures three-year rights for X Games; still needs sponsorship

Calgary has secured exclusive Canadian rights to hold the X Games and hopes to bring the event to the Alberta city for a three-year run starting next winter.The plan is subject to obtaining corporate sponsorship.The X Games, launched in 1995, are held in summer and winter, and highlight youth culture, musical performances and extreme sport.The Winter X Games include snowboarding and freestyle skiing competitions.Tourism Calgary says it has been working for a decade to become a host along with ci...
Tags: News, Sydney, Alberta, Calgary, Shanghai Oslo, Aspen Colo Organizers, Ricardo Miranda


Indigenous students aim to learn through archery program at southern Alberta school

A new program at Chief Jacob Bearspaw School in southern Alberta is aiming to be a bullseye for students wanting to learn a unique skill. The Turner Valley Boys and Girls Club of the Foothills has partnered with the school in Eden Valley, about 115 kilometres southwest of Calgary, to teach students the art of archery. Jodie Sieben, director of operations for the Boys and Girls Club of the Foothills, says along with learning about the sport, students are also learning about themselves.
Tags: News, Alberta, Calgary, Girls Club, Foothills, Eden Valley, Jacob Bearspaw, Turner Valley Boys and Girls Club, Jodie Sieben


Canada: Third Time's A Charm For Alberta Regulator: How The SCC Decision In Redwater Could Change The Role Of Environmental Orders In Ontario Insolvency Proceedings - Gowling WLG

The potential conflict between federal insolvency law and provincial environmental law that came to a head in Orphan Well Association v Grant Thornton Ltd ("Redwater") was settled by the Supreme Court
Tags: News, Canada, Alberta, Ontario, SCC, Orphan Well Association, Grant Thornton Ltd Redwater


Honeymoon Destinations: Canada’s Lake Louise

Lake Louise. Image by Mr Houndstooth Oh Canada, you have my heart. If you’re looking for unique yet beautiful honeymoon destination, you can’t go past the Great White North. This country features the place which has put me the closest I’ve ever come to describing something out loud as ‘magical’. You know, beyond a Disney movie. You may not have heard of the Canadian province of Alberta. And if you aren’t into the ski scene, you may not have even heard of Banff, which is located in Alberta. Conti...
Tags: Disney, Canada, Wedding, Alberta, Banff, Destinations, Lake Louise, Honeymoons, Alberta Continue


Maple Leafs’ Lessons From the Last 8 Games

On Saturday, March 9, the Toronto Maple Leafs finished a three-game western road trip, taking five of a possible six points. Prior, beginning with the Feb. 23 game against the Montreal Canadiens, they had completed a five-game stretch of four home games punctuated by the team’s memorable trip back to play John Tavares’ former New York Islanders on Feb. 28. It was a good eight-game stretch, with the team emerging with a 6-1-1 record and 13 of a possible 16 points. However, the Maple Leafs d...
Tags: Usa, New York, Sport, Vancouver, Penguins, Hockey, NHL, Babcock, Calgary Flames, Alberta, Calgary, Tampa Bay Lightning, New York Islanders, Pittsburgh, Boston Bruins, Montreal Canadiens


Drift Ice Walking in Hokkaido, Japan

Excitement mounts on my bus filled with fellow outdoor adventurers from around the globe as we follow the Shiretoko National Highway north to the Shiretoko Peninsula on the eastern shore of Hokkaido, Japan’s most northerly island. Hugging the shore for miles, the empty highway offers views of drift ice as far as the eye can see. It’s particularly beautiful in the soft glow of a setting sun over the Sea of Okhotsk, a name that conjures up exotic images of bearded, vodka swilling Russians. Watc...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Japan, China, Russia, Unesco, Canada, Boulder, Seattle, Alberta, Hokkaido, Hokkaido Japan, Facebook Twitter Instagram, Leigh McAdam, Adventure Travel Trade Association, Amur River


On the Smugglers’ Radar

“On The Smugglers’ Radar” is a feature for books that have caught our eye: books we have heard of via other bloggers, directly from publishers, and/or from our regular incursions into the Amazon jungle. Thus, the Smugglers’ Radar was born. Because we want far more books than we can possibly buy or review (what else is new?), we thought we would make the Smugglers’ Radar into a weekly feature – so YOU can tell us which books you have on your radar as well! On Ana’s Radar: I only recently ...
Tags: Amazon, Books, London, America, Spain, Chicago, West, New York Times, John, Alberta, Booker, Ana, Odessa, Grey, Darren, Hassan


Alberta's Kevin Koe back in winner's circle at Canadian curling championship

For Kevin Koe and Ben Hebert, winning the Canadian men's curling championship a year after missing the medals at the Winter Olympics felt sweet. Koe scored two points for the win with his last throw Sunday to edge Brendan Bottcher's wild-card team 4-3 in an all-Alberta final. There were 13 seconds left on Alberta's shot clock when Koe released his final stone.
Tags: News, Alberta, Koe, Kevin Koe, Ben Hebert, Brendan Bottcher


Enbridge pipeline delay spooks traders in long-term Canada crude market

NEW YORK/CALGARY, Alberta (Reuters) - North American energy traders are reluctant to take up long-term positions on Canadian crude price moves, preferring to stick to spot deals, as uncertainty around government intervention in the market grows following delays to a critical pipeline project. Enbridge Inc unexpectedly said earlier this month its Line 3 oil pipeline will be delayed until the second half of 2020, dealing another blow to the oil-rich province of Alberta, which is struggling with l...
Tags: New York, Science, Canada, Alberta, Enbridge, Enbridge Inc, CALGARY Alberta Reuters


Liked on YouTube: Work Permit for Canada- Caregiver Program- Alberta Canada

Work Permit for Canada- Caregiver Program- Alberta CanadaWork in Canada Now is proud to present this video career guide for Immigration Canada Caregiver Program. This guide explains how to get canada work permit (visa) and job contract for international caregivers looking to work in Alberta, Canada. This short informative video explains the Canadian Noc code for caregivers in Canada and the jrequirements to enter into the Canadian Caregiver Program. The guide also has step by step information on...
Tags: Travel, Youtube, Canada, Ifttt, Alberta, Alberta Canada, NOC, Andy Rodriguez, Immigration Canada Caregiver Program


“Family Justice in Canada Is at a Breaking Point” Redux*

The fees charged by many family law lawyers are out of reach for even middle-income Canadians and, in some underserved areas of the country, there aren’t enough family law lawyers to meet the needs of even those who can afford their services. As a result, an enormous number of people are entering the court system without the benefit of counsel, some by choice but most by necessity. However, the court system is difficult to navigate, even for those with an advanced education. Further layers of co...
Tags: Law, Canada, Nova Scotia, Bill, British Columbia, Alberta, CBA, Columbia, Ontario, Peters, McCarthy Tetrault, Justice Issues, Canadian Research Institute for Law, National Self, Julie Macfarlane, Law Society of British Columbia