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Ian MacGregor Reinvents Alberta (and Changes the World)

For some people, retirement is a time to slow down and tinker with a hobby or two. You know, restore that classic car, write...

Proposed Tax Act Changes: What we know so far

The Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) has been exclusively devoted to the needs of small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) since 1971. The...

Nelson Environmental Remediation and TerraTherm are set to Bring Thermal Remediation...

Late last year, American-based TerraTherm Inc. and Spruce Grove’s Nelson Environmental Remediation Ltd. entered a memorandum of understanding (MOU). Together, the two key industry...

PCL Wins Ingenious Award

The Ingenious Awards, hosted by the Information and Technology Association of Canada (ITAC), celebrates success through technology by recognizing Canadian companies in the public,...

Jaehn’s Autobody: Best-in-Class Customer Service for More than Half a Century

A vehicle collision is the last thing anyone wants, but it does happen. Even the most careful drivers are impacted by distracted drivers and...

Edmonton 2018: An insider perspective on the future of the Capital...

Well, that was an interesting year. While 2016 had Edmonton facing the reality of its ties to the price of a barrel of oil,...

Alberta Independent Schools: Serving Students, Parents and Communities

Parents are naturally concerned about how well their children do at school and about the quality of education. Schooling is a highly-formative experience and...

Balancing Alberta’s Budget is Relatively Easy

During the 1990s, Ralph Klein scaled back spending by 20 per cent to balance the province’s budget. As a result, he paid off the...

Putting the Work in Workout

If there is one characteristic that defines today's young professionals, it's the fact that they are always on. Work-life balance has morphed into something much...

Alberta’s Credit Rating Nosedive Demands Action

If Equifax and TransUnion called you tomorrow to tell you they’d downgraded your credit, what would you do? Probably panic first, right? You’d break...