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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.
Canada-wide, the number of EI recipients increased 45,800 since last year.
The cuts will hit Alberta the hardest, but extend across the country.
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A new report says the Canadian economy could lose as many as 185,000 direct and indirect jobs related to the oil and gas industry in 2015, with most of the job losses being in Alberta. "If oil p...
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Nexen Energy, Talisman Energy, and ConocoPhillips are the latest oilsands giants to announce layoffs.
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The good news, however, is that it won't last forever.
In the latest quarter, resource revenue was below budget by $503 million.