Friday, November 14, 2014

This and That November

I can't wait to take advantage of range of flights available from YEG. No more long layovers and driving to Calgary. The flights to Edmonton spawned the import of fresh fish to Edmonton. Imagine what this could open up...

“Having a premier airline flying directly into continental Europe with all those connections to the Middle East and Africa, in addition to all the great ties we have with the Netherlands, is a real plus for Edmonton and the future of the business community and for the public in general,” Tom Ruth, president and CEO of Edmonton International Airport.  READ MORE

We need to really slow down but I'm not sure 6 km over the speed limit warrants a ticket. 
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 Calgary and Edmonton top the list of places to invest in Alberta Jump HERE

BMO Susan Brown Head of Banking:

“We think that Alberta’s economy should definitely remain the leader among all of the provinces this year and next thanks to strength in the energy sector, surging population and a strong labour market. Our outlook for Alberta remains very positive and we’re very optimistic about the province and the prospects in this province,”

“We’re expecting Real GDP growth of 3.5 per cent in 2014 and even with the drop in oil prices we’re still expecting growth of 2.9 per cent in 2015. And that is certainly stronger growth than we’re seeing anywhere else in the country. It’s one of the reasons that we remain as optimistic about economic prospects in this province as we do. READ HERE

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