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Edmonton’s burgeoning tech industry has seen a 26 per cent increase in jobs since 2014, shows a new report ranking Canadian cities based on tech talent.
The Latest instalment by Graham Hicks on Alberta's economic future if pipelines are not built.
EDMONTON, ALTA. – The City of Edmonton recently hosted a Smart Cities Readiness Workshop put on by the Smart Cities Council of North America.
Edmonton-based North American Construction Group has been ranked 10th on a list of the 30 best performing stocks on the Toronto Stock Exchange.
A massive wildlife and creek crossing that promises to reduce train crossing delays and traffic pressure on the Yellowhead Trail to Aurum Energy Park officially opened this Wednesday.
Polykar, a leading Canadian manufacturer of flexible packaging including polyethylene film, certified compostable bags, garbage bags as well as food and industrial grade liners, today announced it has acquired a site to construct a new state-of-the-art plant in Edmonton, Alberta.
Western Economic Diversification Canada announced over $27 million in new investments for 23 projects across the Edmonton Metropolitan Region. Funding for these projects is provided through three programs that foster innovation.
Flying red-hot sparks and humming cranes at Waiward Industrial’s 216,000-square-foot steel fabrication shop in Edmonton signal there’s no shortage of orders.
Hempact in developing biodegradable pads as part of a growing trend to curb waste
Manulife Investment Management and Panattoni Development Company are partnering on the development of a key parcel of industrial land in the southeast area of Edmonton
The study concluded clean energy accounted for about 3% of Canada’s GDP in 2017, or around $57 billion
Available land, tax savings and accessibility are spurring an industrial real estate boom on the edges of Edmonton, with the Leduc/Nisku area leading the push, shows the latest industrial development report from Colliers International.
New jobs and investment as Inter Pipeline Ltd invest $600 million in new petrochemical plant east of Edmonton
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley announced the province would provide $70 million in royalty credits to Inter Pipeline for the project
Powered by GIS Planning's site location tool, the upgraded website provides immediate access to in-depth information and high-level demographic information to support City of Edmonton's economic investment business facilitation programs.
CAPP Releases - A Competitive Policy and Regulatory Framework for Alberta’s Upstream Oil and Natural Gas Industry
The report outlines how new competitiveness measures could be created to attract investment and create jobs in Alberta’s oil and natural gas sector, while protecting the high standards already in place for health, safety and environmental regulation.
Emissions Reduction Alberta funding supports in new technology projects to help industry reduce methane emissions
Emissions Reduction Alberta (ERA) has committed $83 million funding to 12 innovative methane-reducing technology projects.
The Alberta government announced details Wednesday about the Energy Efficiency Residential and Commercial Solar Program.
Slowly, but surely, the province’s plan to entice companies to build large petrochemical plants in Alberta is plodding ahead.
Alberta said it's in a good position to meet the growing energy demands of expanding Asian economies.
Alberta polytechnics sign agreement with one of China's largest companies during Asia-Pacific trade mission
NAIT and SAIT to explore Heavy Duty Electric Vehicle training program to support BYD Canada in its delivery of electric buses to Alberta
Oil-rich province continues efforts to diversify the economy