Albertans must overcome growing ideological divisions creating a “political vacuum” that interferes with work needed for the province to compete internationally, Edmonton economic development boss Brad Ferguson says. 380 more words
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What kid dreams of becoming a business writer? None that I know of, including me.
Instead, like most of my youthful pals, I fantasized about becoming an NHL hockey star while I was growing up in Windsor, Ont., a stone’s throw from Detroit’s Joe Louis Arena. 1,107 more words
Back from a 12-day trade mission in November to China and Japan, Economic Development and Trade Minister Deron Bilous shared a stage Friday with 18 people representing some of the 86 businesses that participated — the largest Alberta delegation to Asia in history. 539 more words
Consumers taking out payday loans at any of Alberta’s more than 220 branches have been given a little extra protection after new rules took effect Wednesday. 253 more words