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From Task Force reports and policy papers to economic outlooks and government submissions, explore our recent research and publications.

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Alberta Snapshot

The Alberta Snapshot is a quarterly executive summary that helps you keep the pulse on what is happening in Alberta’s economy—the good, bad, and urgent.

Alberta Business Expectations Survey

The Business Expectations Survey is designed to capture the specific perspective of leading Alberta CEOs on the short-term outlook for the provincial economy.

EconMinute

The economy is always moving and evolving. Every week, we highlight one key indicator to help you keep a pulse on what is going on in the Albertan and Canadian (and sometimes global) economy right now and why it’s important to you.

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Government Submissions

Letter to Premier Danielle Smith on Key Priorities for Alberta

Letter to Premier Danielle Smith on Key Priorities for Alberta

Ms. Danielle SmithPremier of Alberta307 Legislature Building10800 - 97 AvenueEdmonton, Alberta T5K 2B6 November 25, 2022 Dear Premier Smith, Once again, congratulations on your election as the leader of the UCP and on becoming Alberta’s 19th Premier. We look forward...

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