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S2 Architecture Celebrates a Quarter-Century of Success

Five years ago, S2 Architecture arrived in Edmonton. Born from the growing workload the Calgary-based firm was obtaining in Alberta’s capital, today the Edmonton...

Returning to Our Roots: Agriculture in Alberta

Long before there was oil and gas, Albertans worked the land providing for their families and communities. Although it seems most consumers today hardly...

Alberta’s $15 Minimum Wage Puts a Hefty Price Tag on Creating...

It’s just an extra couple bucks. Employers will barely notice the added cost. For those businesses that offer entry-level positions, nothing could be further...

Business Aviation Means Big Returns for All Albertans

Ever thought of buying your own time machine? Perhaps you’re not aware of how powerful business aircraft are at connecting you with your customers,...

Survey Says: Labour Shortages and Competitiveness are the Top Manufacturers’ Challenges

CME’s biannual Management Issues Survey (MIS) shows that Canadian manufacturers are struggling to find workers with the right skills and are deeply concerned about...

How Businesses are Drumming Up Capital in 2018

It’s no secret Edmonton has become a sleeper success in the world of tech. The city, once known for its proximity to Alberta’s oilsands,...

Getting to Know Edmonton Global

What is Edmonton Global? “It’s all about growing investment and jobs for the region,” says CEO Malcolm Bruce. It is the first regional economic development initiative...

Edmonton’s Industrial Future: The Future Success of the EETP

Edmonton and its surrounding areas have long been home to a strong manufacturing and industrial core, but as Alberta’s economy changes, so do the...

Edmonton’s Health City: Diversifying the Economy, Improving Healthcare

When people describe the “Edmonton Advantage,” it can mean a lot of things. They could be talking about the city’s entrepreneurial spirit, its competitive...

Making Things Work

In July 2018, at the height of the Canada’s summer trade war with the United States over steel and aluminum tariffs, Statistics Canada quietly...