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Incredible numbers continue to emanate from Alberta’s oilpatch. Just days after Calgary-based oilsands giant Suncor Energy Inc. announced that its cash operating costs per barrel are an incredibly low $23-$26, Scott Saxberg, Crescent Point Energy Corp.’s president and CEO, announced that cost-savings measures – implemented with much pain over the past two years – will […]

Canadian natural gas producers may experience better returns soon, according to some predictions

I was back east last summer – in Ottawa to watch my kids play in an ultimate frisbee tournament – when my aunt dropped by to watch a couple of games. Talk turned to the Alberta economy, the lagging price of oil and ongoing conflicts over pipelines. In particular, she expressed concern about Kinder Morgan […]

  • By: Mike Ganley
  • September 21, 2017 December 18, 2017
  • 23:40

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New Alberta law to give SROs greater powers

Alberta has said goodbye to a two-year recession, but it will likely be a few years before a stronger and more resilient economy emerges, according to a report from ATB Financial released Thursday. The Edmonton-based financial institution latest Alberta economic outlook forecasts that the province will enjoy real gross domestic product (GDP) growth of 3.2% […]

Former federal Conservative minister Jason Kenney has made headway in his battle to unite Alberta's right

Credit rating agency concerned about growing provincial debt

New legal tools strengthen investor protection

New Alberta law to give SROs greater powers

IIROC and the MFDA would be given the power to compel evidence and the ability to compel the production of documents and records

A new SHARE report finds that companies incorporated law in Alberta lag on gender diversity, corporate governance and climate-related disclosure