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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.

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Alberta, we still have a problem

Alberta, we still have a problem

Even for a province used to riding the roller coaster, the recent upswing has been exhilarating. Alberta may bring in as much as $24 billion in revenues from resource royalties this year, nearly $20 billion more than initially expected, and about the same above and...

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Policy. Advocacy. Action.

Learn more about our work to create economic and social prosperity for all.

Our Focus Areas

Jobs & Opportunity

We believe our success as a province hinges on the participation and prosperity of all. Prosperity begins with a good job, and future opportunity. To achieve this, we must grow the economy, create jobs now, and equip Albertans to do them better than anyone else on earth.

Competitive & Sustainable Economy

Sustainability requires that we meet the food, fuel, and fibre needs of the world today, and for decades to come, while also setting up our province and the world even better for future generations to meet their own needs. This means building Alberta as the province of challenge-driven innovation and industry, and one that is truly an economic and ESG leader.

Our Approach

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.

Our Members

Build

Top Alberta companies in every sector

Employ

Over 200,000 working Albertans

Invest

Tens of billions annually in our economy

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In the spirit of truth, reconciliation, and respect, we honour and acknowledge the lands upon which we live and work as guests, including the traditional territories of the First Nations in Treaties 6, 7, and 8 and the citizens of the Metis Nation of Alberta. We thank the First Peoples of this land, which we now call Alberta, for their generations of stewardship of the land, and we seek to walk together in the spirit of truth and reconciliation to build a shared future for all in Alberta.

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