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December 1st., 2011
Volume 11, Issue 6

Dear Friends and Partners,

Today's newsletter is going to be short and sweet. The biggest (non-real estate) news is that we had our second, beautiful healthy boy! Bronson was born 11/27/11 at 2:13PM. Both Mom, son and his brother are all well.

Below you will find three important news articles concerning the Alberta economy. On December 15th you can read our full length newsletter and then we will have a Christmas break until January 15th, when regular newsletters will commence again.

Snapping the U.S out of Great Recession
AB, Nov. 28, 2011/ Troy Media/ - In the comic book world, Magneto is a super villain who has the ability to control metal and is bent on destroying mankind. Obviously, this is not what economists mean when they refer to ‘magneto trouble’. GRAB THIS STORY

Oilsands Key to Global Energy Growth IEA

Postmedia News Nov 9, 2011 – 8:59 AM ET | Last Updated: Nov 10, 2011 10:34 AM ET
By Peter O’Neil

OTTAWA —Alberta’s oil sands provide one of the world’s few areas of energy production growth outside the volatile Middle East and North Africa, though environmental concerns could hinder its expansion, the International Energy Agency said in a report Wednesday.

The commentary was contained in an IEA analysis that warned the world is at risk of being locked into an “insecure, inefficient and high-carbon energy system” that will lead to average temperature increases of 3.5 C — well above the 2 C benchmark most scientists advise as the maximum increase to avoid dangerous climate change. Read More Here
Canada Defiant after U.S oil pipeline rebuff
Thu Nov 10, 2011 6:33pm EST

By David Ljunggren, Randall Palmer and Jeffrey Jones

OTTAWA/CALGARY, Nov 10 (Reuters) - Canada will keep promoting crude from the tar sands of northern Alberta as a secure source of energy despite a U.S. decision to delay approval of a pipeline to carry the oil from Alberta to Texas, officials said on Thursday.

The Canadian government and the oil industry have limited options, however, as another controversial proposal to build a pipeline to export tar sands crude to Asian markets is just at the beginning of a lengthy review process. FOLLOW THIS ARTICLE

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