AEG presents: Breakfast with Transport Minister Lisa Raitt

Event Sponsors Becoming an integrated transportation hub is central the Capital Region’s economic future. There are ambitious plans underway to fuse air, land and rail transportation – backed by billions in potential investment. Join Alberta Enterprise Group and event sponsors Edmonton International Airport for a timely discussion on Canada’s transportation future with Transport Minister Lisa… Read more »

Networking reception: How Uber and on-demand transportation is changing the way the world moves

Presented by the Alberta Council of Technologies and Alberta Enterprise Group Event Sponsor Click here to register Please join Edmonton’s business community at Edmonton’s Yellowhead Brewery on June 17th, when Chris Schafer, Public Policy Lead for Uber Canada, discusses the advent of new on-demand transportation and ridesharing. Mr. Schafer will share his insights on innovations in… Read more »

AEG presents Kinder Morgan Canada President Ian Anderson

Pipeline Permission – The Capital Region’s Role in Getting to Yes Click here to register As the starting point of the TransMountain Pipeline and Canada’s heart of the oil and gas industry, Edmonton and the Capital region is well aware of the need for market access and the economic benefits an expanded TransMountain pipeline will… Read more »

Canada’s fiscal performance: Luncheon with Honourable Tony Clement

Click here to register In 2013, the Honourable Tony Clement, President of the Treasury Board of Canada, was a guest speaker at an Alberta Enterprise Group (AEG) meeting. At that time the Federal government was set to run a sixth consecutive deficit budget. Minister Clement indicated to AEG members that the budget would be balanced… Read more »

AEG and MacMillan Estate Planning present: Breakfast with Alberta Finance Minister Robin Campbell December 3rd, 2014

Alberta’s Fiscal Picture Click here to register for this event.  Alberta is growing faster than it has at any time in its history. With that success comes enormous pressure on government to keep up with infrastructure demands and other spending priorities. Despite the challenges, the province’s first quarter fiscal update detailed improving revenues and reduced… Read more »

A look back at Forging Partnerships

Three days, two cities, hundreds of business interactions Industry Minister James Moore talks about tearing down trade barriers within Canada with a delegation of business leaders from Alberta and Quebec. Alberta, Quebec and Atlantic Canadian firms mingle during business-to-business session in Calgary. Bob Nicholson, Cal Nichols, Patrick LaForge, Kevin Lowe and Ken Nichols at the… Read more »