Small business outlook for the next 12 months is on the mend, but other measures of business health remain far below historic norms, according to the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB)’s Business Barometer.
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Alberta municipalities will receive $1.1 billion to support operating costs during the COVID-19 pandemic and build new infrastructure, the UCP government announced Tuesday.
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Following the steepest, deepest, and fastest recession in history, there are clear signs that the Canadian and global economies have begun the initial stages of recovery, according to the newly-released BMO Blue Book: Small Businesses in the Recovery.
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Jennifer Handley is a real estate agent in Nanton, a town about an hour drive south of Calgary.
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The extinction of diesel trucks in California could be a windfall for Alberta energy.
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CALGARY — A rebound in oil prices as consumer demand for gasoline rises will buoy energy companies as they give quarterly results starting next week, but analysts say there are still too many uncertainties to expect any new spending in the sector.
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First-year University of Calgary students who were destined for dormitory-style residences will now be moved to apartment-style residences to allow for better physical distancing — but the move comes with a price increase of $3,000.
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EDMONTON (660 NEWS) – Alberta’s United Conservative government has announced a new program to attract investment in the petrochemical industry.
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Amazon announced Monday it is looking to hire for more than 700 positions in Alberta as the company prepares for the launch of three new buildings.
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Canada produced 20.5 million cubic metres (129.2 million barrels) of crude oil and equivalent products in April, down 9.0 per cent from April 2019, which was the largest year-over-year decrease since June 2016 (-9.4 per cent) in the aftermath of the widespread wildfires that affected northern Alberta earlier that spring, according to Statistics Canada.
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