Alberta is maintainting its lofty status of having the highest average weekly earnings of non-farm payroll employees in the country with increases in January topping the national average.
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Premier Jim Prentice says there will be no further tax hikes coming from his Progressive Conservative government after a round of new revenue measures in last week’s provincial budget that he calls “very modest for most Albertans.”
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The City of Airdrie is looking to enhance Nose Creek Park starting in 2016 and staff wants to know what projects are important to residents.
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OTTAWA — A United Nations-sponsored report says Canada remained among the top 10 countries in the world for investment in renewable energy last year.
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The City is looking for grant money to help fund two critical infrastructure projects.
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As the ranks of the unemployed in Alberta expand, Finance Minister Robin Campbell says he isn’t about to further undermine employers by raising corporate taxes.
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CALGARY – Calgary is the least congested of Canada’s seven major cities, according to a study by navigation company TomTom.
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The Rocky View Schools board of trustees approved its three-year capital plan during a special meeting, March 30.
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For the first time in seven years, horse racing will be returning to the area.
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Alberta’s economy is set to slow significantly this year, as low oil prices continue for longer than originally expected, according to a new report from ATB Financial.
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