We tackle the issues that matter most to Albertans, and uncover how we can shape our society so that everyone can prosper.
The Business Council of Alberta, has a simple but radical idea: making life better.
This means business is a leader in helping Albertans, the economy and the environment thrive.
We’re eager to open up the economy and get back to some semblance of normal life. However, we are also aware, many of us intimately, of the risk for a second wave of the virus and the reality of illness, loss of loved ones, and potential for additional shutdowns for...
The Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) has done what it set out to do – to provide broad, quick support to Canadians in a time of urgent financial need. It provides $2,000 per month for up to four months to individuals whose work or health has been impaired by...
Alberta has taken its first cautious step towards re-opening the provincial economy. Phase one began on May 14th in most of the province, with delays in the Calgary and Brooks areas because of the higher concentration of COVID-19 cases. As Albertans begin to return to...
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What We’re Working On
Doing What's Right
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
A Model Business Climate
Alberta is the place that enables opportunity and innovation, creates jobs, and attracts people and investment
The Future, On Purpose
An Alberta economy that is adaptive, resilient and thriving, enabling better lives for current and future generations
Adapt. Collaborate. Preserve.
To build a better Alberta, we harness the collective power of business leaders, entrepreneurs, influential decision-makers and unexpected collaborators. We boldly face the challenges ahead, ensuring that our business environment remains competitive and prepared for change, and that our assets, our people, and our environment are protected.
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ALBERTA - The Business Council of Alberta supports the proposal for Edmonton, Alberta to be one of the hub cities for the 2020 National Hockey League playoffs. “We are all seeking some sense of normalcy, some return of those things that bring us joy,” says Adam Legge,...
ALBERTA – COVID-19 continues to have a devasting impact on Canada’s labour force. As Canada shut down to fight the virus, millions of Canadians lost their jobs or were forced to stay home. All told, two million jobs were...