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Calgary's Green Line vs. Edmonton's Metro Line

Alberta's two major cities are expanding their LRT systems, making it easier for suburban dwellers to venture into the city cores >

The Alberta Venture Stock Picking Contest

Think you’ve got what it takes to be crowned Alberta’s best stock picker? Well, here’s your chance.

The rules are simple: every contestant picks two Alberta-based stocks from our Venture 250 (one from the top 25 companies, and the other from the rest of the list) and the one with whose portfolio generates the highest overall return (not inclusive of dividends) between October 1 and February 1, 2013, is crowned champion and featured on our website.

We’re also working feverishly on creating a platform that will allow you to see the results – yours, along with everyone else’s – and allow you to share it on your social networks. In other words, we’ll give you a way to really exercise those bragging rights.

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Alberta’s Most Infamous Duos: Gregory Tindall & Dale St. Jean

Wanted for Fraud >

Alberta’s Most Infamous Duos: David Jones and David Humeniuk

Wanted for Fraud >

Alberta’s Most Infamous Duos: Milowe Brost & Gary Sorenson

Wanted for Fraud >

Why Alberta’s debt is becoming a major problem

Canadians’ spending spree could be nearing an end, and Alberta consumers might be in even worse shape than most >

Enbridge has outperformed Apple Computers over the past 20 years

Here's how five Alberta companies stack up against North America's most popular stock >

Alberta’s Best Stock Picker Contest – Sneak Preview

Check out a sneak preview of our September reader contest. Do you have what it takes to win? >

Who spent Alberta’s wealth?

Required Reading: Follow the Money >

Kevin Swan moves from Silicon Valley to Nexopia to venture capital firm iNovia Capital

Swan brings California-style venture capitalism to fund Alberta start-ups through Calgary-based branch of iNovia >

Hockeynomics: What does a playoff run really do for the local economy?

As we ramp up for the first round of the playoffs get the numbers on the Flames and the Oilers and the real economic effects of All-Star games and the World Juniors >