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alberta oil prices

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But there is hope for industries other than oil.
For those hoping that the recent run-up in oil prices means the end of Western Canada’s economic pain, the International
Cheap oil will have a noticeable impact on the province's economy, BMO's economist warns. And it might push Alberta in a recession, too.
Many buyers are taking a wait and see attitude when it comes to their real estate purchases in Alberta with the last market failure fresh in their minds. Based on historical data and the opinions of the top analysts, it might be much less painful than many anticipate.
This is hopefully the lowest point of the recession, but what if it's not? When are we going to show some compassion for our brothers and sisters? We are all just working for the man, aren't we? We aren't seeking your sympathy, we don't want any remorse. Just have some damn respect while we pinch our pennies until things pick up again.
The Canadian Taxpayer’s Federation has a message for Alberta Premier Jim Prentice: "Be more like Ralph Klein." The CTF's
Home sales are down in Calgary — way down — and dented consumer confidence is to blame. According to the Calgary Real Estate
OPEC's decision to maintain production gives Mr. Prentice an opportunity to remake government. Instead of protecting Big Oil from OPEC, Mr. Prentice should protect Albertans from Big Oil by revamping Alberta's revenue structure and diversifying our economy so that Albertans will never experience another crash like the crash of 2015.
Are Alberta's days of a 10 per cent flat tax coming to an end? Premier Jim Prentice says while the province won't consider