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Automation means job levels may never return to pre-oil crash levels.
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Threats like these can never be justified in terms of freedom of speech or "anti-political correctness." The self-indulgence, the underlying menace, and the thinly veiled barbarism of this chant are an attempt at intimidation, and undermine the democratic process and the civil discourse that guides our way of life.
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Don't call it a comeback, however...
A lesson in the hazards of putting all your eggs in one economic basket.
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"I chase behind employers to return my calls and emails."
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Notley noted the extra cost is due to the Fort McMurray wildfires last spring.
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After months of little movement, Canada's job market took a dive in July.
"The entire sector is suffering."
Many oil workers, however, are finding themselves "pigeonholed."
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"These are hard-working, average people."
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Wood Buffalo applicants made up a third of the increase.
But when it comes to jobs, the eighties were worse.
Alberta lost 1,790 residents in the first three months of 2016.