By 2020, the unemployment rate should fall to sub-6%, a level more in line with full employment: TD Economics
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Facing expensive infrastructure needs and a dwindling population, the mayor and council of Grande Cache are asking residents to support a move to dissolve the town and become a hamlet in the Municipal District of Greenview.
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TransCanada pipelines is preparing to lay pipe — Keystone XL pipe that’s been stockpiled over the past 8 years — early in the new year if final approval of the United States route comes through.
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A new report by Scotiabank Economics says Alberta real gross domestic product growth is expected to ease to an average of about 2.5 per cent during 2018-19 after last year’s 4.9 per cent surge.
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For a third consecutive month, manufacturing sales rose in Alberta, increasing 1.7 per cent to $6.6 billion in July, says Statistics Canada.
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July proved to be a tough month for auto dealerships in Alberta.
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A cannabis cultivating plant in Olds has received its licence from Health Canada for the first phase of its 500,000-square-foot facility.
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TD Bank Group is predicting Alberta’s economy will likely return to a fully-recovered state within the next year, but several challenges cloud the province’s longer-term outlook.
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A proposed bitumen refinery that was kiboshed by the provincial government in 2012 has been revived after a consortium of Alberta First Nations inked a deal with Chinese investors.
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Enough with the guilt trip. I’m proud to represent people who work in the oilsands. They’re proud of the jobs they do. And they should be.
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