Alberta's new prosperity

Byefield, Mike
September 1996
Alberta Report / Newsmagazine;9/02/96, Vol. 23 Issue 38, p18
Reports on the end of a downsizing era and the birth of an era of prosperity for Alberta. Reports from Statistics Canada on the economy of Alberta; Export figures from the Western Centre for Economic Research; Stable skills market; Value of common sense; Stabilizing influence of meat industry; Increase in oil and gas activity; Growth in forestry; Impact of less visible economic indicators. INSET: New Zealand moves far beyond the Klein reforms, by M.B..


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