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The Alberta government says the $75-million credit will lead to $700 million in investments and "support thousands of direct and indirect jobs."
After a short-lived flurry of activity in 2014, initial public offerings in the energy sector have returned to (relative) obscurity >
Alberta (still) opposes a national securities regulator, while the rest of Canada proceeds apace. We break down the province's abstention >
Basking in the glow of our natural resource wealth, Albertans have racked up perilous levels of debt. Now we’re struggling to pay it back – or giving up >
Canada’s junior oil and gas companies are struggling to raise money on the public venture exchange. Can anything be done to help? >
You’ve seen the numbers – now, hear from those rebuilding their lives after losing their oil-and-gas sector jobs >
The top one per cent in Alberta controls a disproportionate amount of income and pays a greater share of the province's taxes >
If you’re like most Canadians, you’ll spend a third of your life somewhere on the sliding scale of retirement. Best to start thinking about where you want to be and how to get there >
Public money, personal money, investments, philanthropy, carbon taxes – W. Brett Wilson has thoughts on all of it >
Canadians lack the ability to track the price of Canadian oil. That’s changing. Now it’s time to give investors some of that market >
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