Growth in the productivity of businesses in Alberta was 2.6 per cent in 2014, an identical rate to that recorded in 2013, which was above the national average, Statistics Canada reported on Monday.
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Grande Prairie and District Catholic Schools superintendent Karl Germann is pleased with progress made in the development of the new Peace Country Performing Arts Centre, to be located at the new Arbour Hills school site in the north end of Grande Prairie.
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The EIA recently published a global oil consumption data sheet that provided a clear picture of where the global oil economy is currently heading. The data revealed that although there had been a substantial oil consumption increase in the Middle East (led by Saudi Arabia), Asia (Led by China) and Oceania, the rest of the world which included Russia, other FSU countries, the U.S., Japan and Europe experienced a consistent decline in their oil consumption rates over the last decade.
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On Nov. 22, Premier Rachel Notley took a bold step to address climate change, an issue that has the potential to limit Alberta’s economic growth and harm our natural environment. The reality is that now is the time to act to ensure our air remains clean and that Alberta’s brand as an environmentally responsible supplier of resources remains strong.
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