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Business Cycle: Why do you support bike lanes in Calgary?

“The car isn’t the status symbol or priority it used to be," says Calgary Economic Development's Bruce Graham >

Herculean Task

With its mainline business of the last 45 years hanging in the balance, a revamped Spar Aerospace faces its biggest challenge yet: Export or die

What CN Should Have Done

How better PR could have mitigated the damage at Wabamun Lake >

Waste Not, Want Not

When it comes to managing its garbage, Alberta gets mixed marks >

On Track

The proposed industrial railroad to Fort McMurray has observers questioning if it is the link the region needs or a multi-billion dollar boondoogle >

Markets to Watch

Five export destinations that should be on your radar screen–and why >

A Burning Hot Market

Exporting to the Middle East presents great challenges, but as one Alberta company has discovered, it also presents great opportunities >

State of the Export Nation

While total value of Alberta’s export in 2003 increased by 14.1%, disparity between market segments became more pronounced >

Mission Statement

Trade missions get your foot in the export door, but it takes lots of leg work to sell the goods

Business Trip – June 2004

Knowing how to navigate from point A to B could mean the difference between arriving to your next meeting right on the hour or unfashionably late. >

Cultivating Creativity

Culture of Innovation: Recognizing a company that actively positions itself as a market leader, invests in R&D, has built a program of initiatives to ensure its products, services or process are leading edge in quality, and has developed an internal environment which fosters creativity.

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