Petrostate, Petrogate, Pollination

October 2010
Alberta Views;Oct2010, Vol. 13 Issue 8, p62
The article presents data related to the petrostate, petrogate and pollination in Alberta. It notes that the province employed 14 percent of Albertan employees in its energy industry. It points out that it has 10 auditors/auditors general within 105 years. It adds that its honeybee industry ranks third in North America.


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