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Labour shortage and rising costs impeding business recovery

The Q2 Canadian Survey on Business Conditions indicates economic recovery will be uneven across sectors, with challenges exacerbated by an ongoing nationwide talent crunch combined with continued cost pressures and supply chain challenges.

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Budget 2022 responds to current issues, lacks long term outlook

The federal budget prioritizes economic recovery, energy transformation and climate change, and affordability but falls short of a clear vision for Canada as the destination of choice for talent, innovation, and investment.

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Changing the channel on Canadian oil and gas

Despite growing demand for energy around the world, Canada’s energy production still lacks a global presence, held back by infrastructure challenges and complacency when it comes to accessing global markets.

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Building a future-ready workforce

With key trends shaping the supply and demand of labour we dive deeper into the key areas employers can focus on to build a strong and resilient workforce.

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'Tis the season to shop local: making this season’s gifts truly one-of-a-kind

With major supply chain challenges, chances are high the gifts you planned to order this holiday season may be stuck on a boat or truck or in a shipping container. With local businesses needing an extra boost, shopping local may be all it takes to make this season truly one-of-a-kind.

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Riding the “spectrum” waves to better connect Canada

To stay competitive in the economy of today and tommorow, staying connected is more important than ever. Learn more about why the fair regulation of spectrum is so important for Canada in building the connectivity infrastructure we need.

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Reducing interprovincial trade barriers unlocks captive GDP, increases competitiveness of Canadian businesses

Unlocking the potential of trade across provincial borders has significant and positive impacts: increase tax revenue, reduce transactional friction for industry and mobilize talent and skills.

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Energizing our future: supercharging Alberta’s energy diversification

The way the world produces and uses energy is rapidly evolving and Alberta is at the epicenter of this change. Dive deeper into how Alberta is capturing our energy potential and charting our economic future.

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The gig that keeps on giving

How we work is changing, and the pandemic has only made us move faster. Learn more about how the rise and growth of the gig economy is changing work everywhere.

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