"This is exactly the good news the Albertan and Canadian economies need right now."
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However, 25,000 new jobs have been created in the last three months.
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Similar economies, opposite fiscal realities.
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The reconstruction is also expected to create about 9,000 jobs next year.
Alberta will be among the most affordable in Canada after Quebec and Manitoba
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Where did all the workers go?
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Gains in oil, employment and the GDP are all predicted for next year.
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The government wants to diversify Calgary's economy.
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StatsCan's two measures of jobs are like night and day right now.
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"The entire sector is suffering."
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In 2014, 25 Albertans died in farm-related accidents.
Sales activity totalled 1,741 units last month.
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AltaGas confirmed it had laid off 70 staff Thursday.
Sorry retail and housing markets.
Mayor Nenshi said the developments will provide value for Calgarians.
There have been lots of cutbacks.
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Companies shouldn't rely on the assumption of ever-growing demand.
Residents want to get the oilsands hub back on its feet.
There could be 11 million sq.-ft. of empty offices by 2018.
"We must get to 'yes' on a pipeline.''
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Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall disagrees.
It's the only place in Alberta left out.
"It would be instant job creation."
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The aim is to increase renewable energies, promote energy efficiency and reduce harmful emissions.
The group says it doesn't want to see any further tax increases.
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"This gives us an opportunity to keep our employees working and get some cash flow coming into the tap.''
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Money from the program is allocated on a per capita basis, at $60 a person.
"It's better than nothing."