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With the towering offices once filled with oil companies providing the backdrop, Alberta Premier Rachel Notley made an announcement to increase high-tech investment in the province on Wednesday.
Funding will help the University of Alberta’s nanoFAB facility to increase manufacturing volume and seize commercial opportunities
Fracking has led to big changes in the oil patch and big changes in parts machining.
Multiple projects proposed in Alberta to soak up vast supply of low-cost natural gas from the Montney.
EDMONTON – Alberta is easing mandatory production cuts as the price of oil increases, but industry players remain concerned about the underlying problem that drove the curtailment in the first
Canada’s slow-growing petrochemical industry is headed for its biggest surge of expansion spending in five years in 2019, thanks in large part to incentive programs by federal and provincial
Over the course of three days an 820-tonne polypropylene splitter tied up traffic and turned heads as it was trucked from Edmonton to Fort Saskatchewan.
Alberta has proven once again that it’s at the top of the country for economic growth for the second year in a row in 2018.
Manufacturing sales in Alberta continue to be strong and growing. A report released on Tuesday by Statistics Canada indicates that sales grew by 0.2 per cent in October to just over $6.8 billion.