Nationally, recipients fell in all 10 broad occupation groups, led by education, law and social, and community and government services
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Ten-year outlook sees significant growth in the next year, then slow and steady increases in production
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Despite some recent breakthroughs, a lack of pipeline space continues to restrain production from Canada’s oil sands.
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Alberta has another new conservative party.
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Alberta marked a summer power consumption record Tuesday, with 11,099 megawatts used between 4 and 5 p.m.
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Rental revenue increases, vacancy rate drops despite lingering economic uncertainty in Alberta
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Sales in the province rose 7.9% in the month to $6.3 billion, with increases in 15 of 21 industries: StatsCan
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Alberta Premier Rachel Notley explains why and how the province can have both a diversified economy and a strong energy sector
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Prelate, Sask., is among four dozen communities in that province that will see cellphone coverage upgrades by next spring, SaskTel has announced.
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CALGARY — Package delivery firms say they are prepared to fill the gap when Greyhound Canada closes most of its Western Canada operations this fall.
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