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The Briefing

A snapshot of small businesses' impact on the Alberta economy

Small and medium-sized businesses are leaders in job creation nationwide >

Ken Kobly of the Alberta Chamber of Commerce expounds on the big challenges facing small business

We’re headed in the right direction, but it’s still uncharted waters >

The rise and fall – and rise – of gay-friendly businesses

As some LGBTQ-positive businesses disappear, others are more popular than ever. What’s behind the shift? >

Canada’s countless restrictions on the movement of goods and services

Across the world, populists and demagogues rage against free trade. Canada may object, but … glass houses >

The vaping trend has Albertans racing to open up shop

Vape shops are popping up everywhere. Is the boom bound to bust? >

Clinton or Trump – Who’s better for Alberta?

With the U.S. election two months away, we size up the candidates >

Canadian home builders watch for proposed changes to Municipal Government Act

Ryan Scott, President of the Canadian Homebuilders Association, discusses the review of the Municipal Government Act >

What the Twittersphere is saying about Alberta’s politicans

We'll give you a hint: you wouldn't want it said about you >

How many parking spaces are enough in Edmonton’s downtown?

The Katz Group recently proposed an 800-stall gravel parking to serve Roger's Place >

Power Purchase Arrangements: a deal that could cost taxpayers $2 billion

Residential and commericial electricty users could be on the hook for losses >