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Government should look inward to narrow budget gap

The following is AEG’s monthly column by AEG President Josh Bilyk appearing in the June edition of Business in Edmonton Magazine. If you have tips or suggestions for future columns, please feel free to write or call.  The Alberta government deficit is huge. At $10.4 billion it’s so big, there is no single way address it. Everything should be… Read more »

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Alberta Enterprise Group applauds NEB decision on Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Expansion Project

EDMONTON: The Alberta Enterprise Group (AEG) is applauding the National Energy Board’s (NEB) recommendation of conditional approval of Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain Expansion Project. “The Trans Mountain Expansion will create jobs for Canadians in every sector of the economy – right across the country. It will create revenue to fund government services like health and… Read more »

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It’s past time to get serious about gender diversity

The following is AEG’s monthly column by AEG President Josh Bilyk appearing in the April edition of Business in Edmonton Magazine. If you have tips or suggestions for future columns, please feel free to write or call.  At Alberta Enterprise Group (AEG), I’m lucky to serve a hard-working, energetic volunteer Board of Directors. We’d be nothing without them. But… Read more »

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Looking back at AEG’s ICE District Sneak Preview

ICE District is great economic news for Albertans during an otherwise challenging time. This multi-billion dollar sports and entertainment development is transforming downtown Edmonton and creating a diverse range of unique investment opportunities. ICE District will develop more than 25 acres in the heart of the city. Built around the 1.1 million square foot Rogers Place… Read more »

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$1 billion is great, but a pipeline is much, much better

The following is AEG’s monthly column by AEG President Josh Bilyk appearing in the March edition of Business in Edmonton Magazine. If you have tips or suggestions for future columns, please feel free to write or call.  In January word leaked out that Prime Minister Trudeau would focus economic stimulus efforts in oil-producing Alberta and Saskatchewan to help soften the… Read more »