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From Task Force reports and policy papers to economic outlooks and government submissions, explore our recent research and publications.

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Alberta Snapshot

The Alberta Snapshot is a quarterly executive summary that helps you keep the pulse on what is happening in Alberta’s economy—the good, bad, and urgent.

Alberta Business Expectations Survey

The Business Expectations Survey is designed to capture the specific perspective of leading Alberta CEOs on the short-term outlook for the provincial economy.

EconMinute

The economy is always moving and evolving. Every week, we highlight one key indicator to help you keep a pulse on what is going on in the Albertan and Canadian (and sometimes global) economy right now and why it’s important to you.

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Government Submissions

Alberta’s Priorities for the Next Government of Canada

Alberta’s Priorities for the Next Government of Canada

On September 20, 2021, Canadians will go to the polls to elect their next federal government. For Alberta, there are two main areas that need to be the focus of discussion in this election and must become key priorities for the next government. The first is short-term...

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