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For small business in Alberta, it’s death by a thousand cuts

Running a business is hard enough on its own. With the incoming barrage of tax hikes, we're biting the hands that feed us  >

by Michael Ganley

Alberta takes the lead in climate-change policy

Now, we need other jurisdictions to step up to the plate  >

by Michael Ganley

Just five years ago, Slave Lake suffered a wildfire similar to Fort McMurray’s

Ken Giblin says Slave Lake is "pretty much back to normal"  >

by Michael Ganley

Property of the Week: $3.4M for a West Coast contemporary in Calgary

Every week, Alberta Venture will bring you the most intriguing properties on the market from across the province  >

by Elizabeth Hames

The top 10 best food trucks in Alberta

Some of the top street eats from around the province  >

by Willow White

How to protect your company from a cyberattack

“The only defense is a layered defense,” says recent report from the Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology  >

by Michael Ganley

Property of the Week: $3.076M for a mountain-view, golf course home in Canmore

Every week, Alberta Venture will bring you the most intriguing properties on the market from across the province. This is the first instalment in the series.  >

by Alberta Venture Staff

Five rural Alberta restaurants worth the drive

Alberta's epicurean excellence extends beyond the borders of its largest municipalities. So head out on the open road to these rural gems  >

by Alberta Venture Staff

Celebrating the latest jobs numbers for Alberta? Not so fast

The province added 18,900 jobs in March, the majority of them full-time. But is it a sign of recovery or is it just a blip?  >

by Michael Ganley

If Uber doesn’t return to Alberta, someone else will fill in the gap

Companies like Uber thrive in an unchained, free-market ethos — but cities can't allow them to operate unchecked  >

by Michael Ganley