Alberta buys another ticket on the resource revenue roller-coaster

Despite promises to end the reliance on resource royalties, Rachel Notley's government keeps piling up the debt and looking to the same revenue source

Alberta buys another ticket on the resource revenue roller-coaster
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Despite promises to end the reliance on resource royalties, Rachel Notley’s government keeps piling up the debt and looking to the same revenue source

A green city project in Russia comes alive

The project is supported by thorough research into what works best to create a green city, a large injection of funds and the participation of lots of volunteers

A green city project in Russia comes alive
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This is part 5 in our series Healthy cities

The project is supported by thorough research into what works best to create a green city, a large injection of funds and the participation of lots of volunteers

Agri-food supercluster could super-charge Canada’s economy

Nine groups await word from Ottawa on which gets to tap the $950-million supercluster innovation fund

Agri-food supercluster could super-charge Canada’s economy
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Nine groups, including the Smart Agri-Food Supercluster, await word from Ottawa on which gets to tap the $950-million supercluster innovation fund

Canada’s economic dilemma: resource rich, investment poor

Across the country, governments seem intent on discouraging investment, and that hurts job creation, productivity and wage growth

Canada’s economic dilemma: resource rich, investment poor
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Across the country, governments seem intent on discouraging investment, and that hurts job creation, productivity and wage growth

Carbon could be the new staple of the Canadian economy

Many Canadian are more likely to believe that our resource economy is dragging us down than that Canadian innovation talent is building us up

Carbon could be the new staple of the Canadian economy
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WHITELAW: Many Canadian are more likely to believe that our resource economy is dragging us down than that Canadian innovation talent is building us up

Time to rethink the way we understand First Nations

First Nations firmly rooted on both sides of the resource development debate

Time to rethink the way we understand First Nations
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MACLEOD, GIBBINS: First Nations firmly rooted on both sides of the resource development debate