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Almost nothing has swept the globe with the endurance and speed as COVID-19. Since the first case in Wuhan, China in December 2019, this virus has exposed the fragility of economies, the pressure points of our health care systems and the true heroes we find in the...
Over the past several weeks, the federal and provincial governments have announced a series of policy measures to address the impact of the economic shutdown prompted by the COVID-19 outbreak. With new announcements coming several times a week, the Business Council of...
There is no denying that what we are experiencing across the globe is unprecedented. Health systems have been shocked. Economies have taken a hit. Governments have responded with various measures to provide relief and ensure business continuity. Over the past several...
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Alberta business is focused on the right things, with a strong commitment to environment, social and governance (ESG) innovation and leadership, as a means to achieving shared prosperity
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The deal that will see the Alberta government make a $7-billion financial commitment to the Keystone XL pipeline project will “in no way be a distraction” to the province’s ongoing efforts to combat the COVID-19 crisis, Premier Jason Kenney said Tuesday. Kenney told...
As appeared on CBC News When the flood hit Alberta in 2013, it forced over 7,000 area businesses to close, ruined millions in inventory and property, and sucked hard-earned revenue down the sewer. The history of similar disasters around the world painted a very scary...