Alberta's recession is over, and we'd best make peace with that

Wednesday, June 27, 2018

CBC NEWS.  Alberta's recession is now long over.

The latest data from Statistics Canada, released Wednesday, shows 2017 was a year of strong economic growth. Gains in the province's oil and gas sector were particularly high, driving half the gains for the year.

But, after 18 months of economic recovery, the province remains divided between those who see it and those who do not.

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