The average weekly earnings of non-farm payroll employees in Alberta in February were $1,182.04 – the highest of any province in the country – rising by 3.6 per cent year-over-year, according to a report released Thursday by Statistics Canada.
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Edmonton landlords are concerned a newly-announced federal commercial rent assistance program is “deeply flawed” due to lack of details and a complicated system.
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Canada’s retail supply chain network may be under strain right now due to the demand created by the COVID-19 pandemic, but for the most part, it has navigated through these turbulent and uncharted waters quite well according to one expert.
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The full and widespread impact of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic has hit Calgary’s resale market with a vicious blow during the month of April.
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The Business Council of Alberta, including some of the chief executives of Alberta’s largest businesses, have sent a letter to Alberta Premier Jason Kenney outlining a three-point plan for economic recovery and a stronger Alberta.
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Adapting to the challenges of the COVID-19 Cochrane town council held their first virtual public hearing on Monday (April 27).
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Residential tax payers in Eckville will see a property tax payment relief in response to COVID-19.
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Oil and gas exploration and production (E&P) companies around the world are set to see their total annual revenues plunge by a whopping US$1 trillion this year, due to the coronavirus pandemic and its effect on global oil demand and prices, Rystad Energy said in an analysis this week.
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EDMONTON — Insurance experts are urging those impacted by flooding in Fort McMurray to contact their insurance providers immediately to determine exactly what they’re covered for.
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Re-entry plans are being made for residents who have been forced from their homes in Fort McMurray due to flooding. However, officials with the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo say they’re not ready for residents to return home just yet.
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