From dairy to manufacturing to the oil and gas sector, Alberta’s economy will see changes under the new United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement — but the provincial government believes it’s come
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Canadian manufacturers recorded robust rises in output, new orders and employment during July, thereby signalling another marked improvement in overall business conditions across the sector.
Canada’s economy grew at the fastest pace in a year, further evidence of a solid expansion.
In another sign that the 2015-16 recession is behind us, shipments of manufactured goods from Alberta reached the highest total in about three and a half years.
The Canadian Press – July 17, 2018 – Canadian manufacturing sales bounced back more than expected in May as the gains were led by the chemical, machinery and wood product industries.
The Canadian Press – EDMONTON — The Alberta government says the provincial economy has recovered about two-thirds of its losses from the last recession.
As the Canadian oil and gas industry adapts and changes its business to remain globally competitive, new skills and job opportunities are emerging and replacing more traditional occupations,
June 18, 2018 – The real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) for Alberta’s agri-food industry rose by 2.5 per cent in 2017 to $6.5 billion. The province accounts for 12.5 per cent of the country’s
Alberta’s economy continues to grow, albeit at a moderate pace, according to analysts. The report added that employment is growing.
Across the country, sales were up in 13 of 21 industries in March, representing 72% of the Canadian manufacturing sector: StatsCan.