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Advocating and taking action for the economic and social prosperity of Albertansand, by extension, all Canadians—is at the core of who we are and what we do.

Economic Malaise? Technology Changes? What’s Driving Canada’s GHG Reductions?

On April 14th, Canada submitted its annual greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions data to the United Nations, detailing the country’s official accounting of national emissions as of 2020. Canada is only 7.5 years away from its Paris Agreement target to reduce emissions by...
Weekly EconMinute—Drivers of Canada’s emissions reductions

Weekly EconMinute—Drivers of Canada’s emissions reductions

In this week’s EconMinute, we’re talking about drivers of Canada’s emissions reductions. Have an indicator you want us to look into? Email us at media@businesscouncilab.com. In April, Canada submitted its 2022 National Inventory Report of greenhouse gas (GHG)...

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2021 Census population trends: Population by age

2021 Census population trends: Population by age

On April 27, Statistics Canada released the second set of results from its 2021 census of the Canadian population. This release focuses on the demographic profile of Canadians—by age, sex, gender, and type of dwelling. Data from the 2021 census will be issued in seven...

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Weekly EconMinute—April Labour Force Survey

Weekly EconMinute—April Labour Force Survey

In this week’s EconMinute, we’re talking about April Labour Force Survey numbers. Have an indicator you want us to look into? Email us at media@businesscouncilab.com. Solid gains in April (+16k) have finally pushed Alberta ’s job market past pre-COVID levels. 65.1% of...

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Weekly EconMinute—Alberta’s distinct emissions profile

Weekly EconMinute—Alberta’s distinct emissions profile

In this week’s EconMinute, we’re talking about Alberta’s distinct emissions profile. Have an indicator you want us to look into? Email us at media@businesscouncilab.com. In April, Canada submitted its 2022 National Inventory Report of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to...

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