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Is Alberta heading toward a talent gap?

Despite Alberta’s excess of skilled, unemployed labourers, Manpower CEO Randy Upright says the province is heading for a talent gap >

Growing Concern: Reg Northcott and his team at Q’Max Solutions use their expertise to grow business globally

Calgary based drilling fluids company has seen success with a focus on Mexico, Colombia and Peru >

How Alberta companies are taking advantage of the opportunities in Canada’s North

Northern Exposure >

Meet Temple Real Estate Investment Trust, a yield-friendly play on oil sands expansion

Temple REIT owns hotels in Fort McMurray, which is quietly booming again >

Exporter of the Year: Kudu Industries

Some companies worry about having to compete against international giants, not Kudu Industries >

A Q&A with Penn West Exploration’s New CEO Murray Nunns

Six years ago, Murray Nunns thought he was done with the oil and gas business. Here’s why he came back, and what has him excited again >

Natural Disaster: Why The Natural Gas Industry Is Still Kicking

Arctic gas, Duvernay shale, tight reservoirs - There are reasons for optimism >

Petro-broken?

Is Petro-Bakken in danger of being taken over? >

Growing Concern: In 2010, Acheson based Bri-Chem managed to grow its revenues by more than $50 million without adding a single new employee. And you thought you worked hard

A Fast Growth 50 profile >

Who Blinks First?

Ottawa and Alberta are debating the right way to regulate the oil sands. The answer will set the tone for the industry’s development for years to come. >

The Taming of the Screw

Almita Piling is finding fortune in foundations >

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