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Study: Alberta government must hold the line on business taxes

Click here to view a PDF file of the study. Increasing corporate taxes would kill jobs and investment EDMONTON: Analysis released today by the Alberta Enterprise Group (AEG), a not-for-profit business advocacy organization representing businesses in all sectors of the economy, shows increasing business taxes would kill jobs and investment, increase consumer prices and reduce… Read more »

AEG launches Enterprise Caucus

Alberta Enterprise Group (AEG) is continually seeking out ways to add value to the membership experience while also providing avenues for members to contribute the organization’s stance on public policy issues. That’s why AEG is pleased to announce the launch of the Alberta Enterprise Caucus. The Caucus provides members with opportunities to engage with high-profile… Read more »

Forging Partnerships: Alberta Enterprise Group to host a delegation of Atlantic Canadian metal working firms

EDMONTON: Alberta Enterprise Group (AEG) will be forging partnerships with Atlantic Canadian business leaders in Calgary and Edmonton from September 9-11th. AEG will be hosting 30-40 members of the Atlantic Metal Working Association, an organization representing fabrication, machine shops and related suppliers from across Atlantic Canada. Atlantic Canadian participants will network with Alberta business leaders… Read more »

Alberta Enterprise Group calls for Northern Gateway Pipeline approval

EDMONTON: The Alberta Enterprise Group is issuing the following statement regarding the upcoming from the Government of Canada on Northern Gateway Pipeline: With the federal government’s imminent decision, the Alberta Enterprise Group is declaring its support for the Northern Gateway Pipeline project and urging the Government of Canada to continue to work with stakeholders to… Read more »

Opinion: Don’t abandon Alberta tax advantage

By Josh Bilyk, Edmonton Journal A campaign launched by progressive advocacy group Public Interest Alberta would have us believe that Albertans can have almost every government service they ever wanted if only we would abandon our single-rate income tax model. Despite calls to raise taxes on high income earners and businesses, Josh Bilyk of Alberta… Read more »

Jim Flaherty

Alberta Enterprise Group applauds the service of Jim Flaherty

Edmonton: Alberta Enterprise Group (AEG) mourns the loss of Jim Flaherty but celebrates his public policy legacy. Jim Flaherty taking questions from AEG members during the 2010 Canada Connects Mission in Ottawa. “Jim Flaherty was the steady hand guiding Canada’s public finances and the national economy during very challenging times,” said AEG President Josh Bilyk…. Read more »