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Chick-fil-A debuts at West Edmonton Mall, with 20 restaurants to open in Alberta by 2030

True North 26 Feb 2024
Alberta has an ... “Chick-fil-A’s expansion into Alberta will have a positive impact on our economy in the region by creating jobs and new entrepreneurial opportunities throughout the province,” he said.
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Strong immigration helps slow Canada’s population aging

Union Leader 25 Feb 2024
The country also saw significant migration between provinces, as the economy strengthened in the oil and gas-producing jurisdiction of Alberta and as house prices and rents skyrocketed most dramatically in Ontario and British Columbia.
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Alberta Premier Unveils Plan to Get Province Off Roller Coaster of Resource Revenues

The Epoch Times 22 Feb 2024
... rebuild the Alberta Heritage Fund as a way to move the province off the boom-and-bust cycle of an economy that depends heavily on oil.
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Why Alberta is giving the tourism industry its own immigration stream

CBC 20 Feb 2024
As Alberta hopes to more than double the size of its ...
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Business Council of Canada warns Trudeau’s oil and gas emissions cap could cripple economy

Life Site 09 Feb 2024
Albertans will not accept this cap or the attack on its constitutional jurisdiction, economy, and citizens that the cap represents,” Alberta wrote. Alberta pointed out that the proposed ...
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IMF warns of Maldives foreign debt crisis, after China borrowing

Kentucky New Era 07 Feb 2024
"Without significant policy changes, the overall fiscal deficits and public debt are projected to stay elevated," the IMF said after a review of the country's economy ... Alberta premier defends new transgender policies .
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Stocks rise on China support measures, earnings results

Sierra County Sentinel 06 Feb 2024
Hong Kong and Shanghai had been among the world's worst-performing markets in 2024 as traders fret over ongoing weakness in the Chinese economy, the world's second largest ... Alberta premier defends new transgender policies .
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The Paradox of Prosperity: Canada's Oil Sands Undermine Climate Pledges

Oil Price 01 Feb 2024
Oil production has long contributed to Canada’s economy and the oil-producing province of Alberta continues ...
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EDITORIAL: Carbon tax won’t save the Liberals

Toronto Sun 30 Jan 2024
That claim was blown apart in March 2022 by independent, non-partisan Parliamentary Budget Officer Yves Giroux, who reported that after you factored in the negative impact of the carbon tax on the economy, most households — 60% — ended up worse off.
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EDITORIAL: No opinions, please. We’re Canadian

Toronto Sun 28 Jan 2024
They lined up to condemn Carlson and Alberta Premier Danielle Smith for hosting the controversial speaker ... Their hyperbole embodies a lack of understanding of Western Canada, especially Alberta and its resource economy.
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The Alberta Roundup | Carlson and Smith trigger the left

True North 27 Jan 2024
And finally, CSIS is warning Alberta of foreign entities wishing to exert their influence due to the province’s economy, resources and ...
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WARMINGTON: Tucker Carlson drops bombs Alberta won't soon forget

Canoe 25 Jan 2024
Tucker Carlson drops bombs Alberta won't soon forget Back to video ... But Smith was there to talk about energy and push back on the climate agenda that has helped slow Canada’s economy. The crowd inside the packed halls in Alberta loved Carlson.
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Alberta is the prime target in Canada for foreign interference, warns CSIS

True North 23 Jan 2024
... economy, resources and large number of ethnic communities ... CSIS found that Alberta is the most sought-after place to enact these activities because of its “resource rich and high-tech economy.”.
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Notley says she'll step down from Alberta NDP helm to make way for fresh voices

North Shore News 16 Jan 2024
Her NDP governed during a punishing recession that saw her government rack up multibillion-dollar deficits as the profits dried up in oil and gas — the wellspring of Alberta’s economy.
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Former premier Rachel Notley stepping down as leader of Alberta NDP

Toronto Sun 16 Jan 2024
Her NDP governed during a punishing recession that saw her government rack up multibillion-dollar deficits as the profits dried up in oil and gas — the wellspring of Alberta’s economy.Advertisement 7.
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