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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.

Climate policy changes: Good intentions, unintended consequences

Canada has ambitious greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction targets for 2030 (40-45% below 2005 levels) and net-zero by 2050. To meet these national goals, our oil and gas sector, which produces 27% of Canada’s national emissions, recognizes it must make significant...
Weekly EconMinute—North American LNG Exports

Weekly EconMinute—North American LNG Exports

In this week's EconMinute, we're talking about North American LNG exports. Have an indicator you want us to look into? Email us at media@businesscouncilab.com. This month, the Business Council of British Columbia (BCBC) released a report on Canada’s opportunity to...

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Weekly EconMinute—Agricultural land

Weekly EconMinute—Agricultural land

In this week's EconMinute, we're talking about agricultural land. Have an indicator you want us to look into? Email us at media@businesscouncilab.com. After hundreds of years of agricultural land expansion, the world has passed 'peak agricultural land.' The amount of...

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