CALGARY, Nov. 20, 2017 /CNW/ – Alberta’s economy is gaining momentum, with oil and gas, agriculture, food processing, tourism, retail and manufacturing all experiencing growth. Still, challenges remain, with unemployment being the most significant hurdle for Albertans as we head into 2018.
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The Keystone XL pipeline passed a major hurdle on Monday after Nebraska regulators approved the route for the project, which faced opposition from environmentalists and the Obama administration.
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Alberta won’t limit the number of private cannabis stores once retail sales are legalized next July, according to new details released Thursday by the NDP government.
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Home buyers looking to qualify for an uninsured mortgage through a federally regulated financial institution will soon face a new hurdle.
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While municipal leaders are growing impatient for a new revenue-sharing program from the province, Premier Rachel Notley said Friday her NDP government must proceed cautiously as it looks to tighten its belt.
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Communities, facts and statistics
Chestermere’s local government gets a facelift, with new mayor and councillors on the job
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When you’re one of the fastest growing communities in Canada, there’s only one thing to do as an encore: grow some more.
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Chestermere maintains its charm amidst rapid growth and development
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Chestermere’s Kinniburgh is a haven for young families and outdoor enthusiasts
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