March 2017

The Briefing

Avoid fake news: a handy guide to news sources

Get back to the pre-post-fact-days >

 

Can Alberta maintain its carbon pricing with a Trump administration?

Pipelines, decarbonization and the future of climate policy >

 

Sprung Structures are so tough, they're used in the military

Over four generations, Sprung Structures has gone from canvas wall tents to fully insulated, multi-storey “stressed-membrane” buildings >

 

Tale of the Tape: Pipelines vs Rail

A comparison of two ways to move oil >

 

The cost of a home across the province

In 2016, the average home price in Alberta was $394,517. What will this buy you across the province?  >

 

The economic impact of bovine tuberculosis

Recent cases of bovine tuberculosis have spurred a massive and effective emergency response. But, as Albertan producers know all too well, disease breakouts can have perilous economic effects >

 

Features

20/20 Series: Alberta's trade ties with China

International trade isn’t just about exports. It’s about the two-way flow of goods, services and investments, and China represents a huge opportunity for Albertan companies  >

 

Meeting and Convention Planning Guide

Advice for Stress-Free Event Planning

Pam McCarthy of Five Star Events shares quick tips for staying sane amid the chaos >

 

Getaways for the cash-strapped

Think your company can't afford a glamourous getaway? Think again.  >

 

How to become a trade show superstar

Trade shows can be a substantial investment, but they offer your company an impressive payoff. Here’s how to make your booth the star of the show and your time a fruitful investment  >

 

How to make the most of social media at your convention

Social media can be an excellent marketing tool when used properly >

 

Meeting and Convention Planning Guide

From northern Saskatchewan to Vancouver island, plan your convention with the right information. These listings are provided FREE OF CHARGE to eligible businesses and organizations >