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Canadian energy companies to showcase oil and gas opportunities to Quebec businesses

Montreal – Three Canadian energy leaders will be in Montreal this week to talk about business opportunities for Quebec companies in Canada’s energy industry – which is forecasted to be significant over the next decade. The session, co-presented by the Montreal Board of Trade and Alberta Enterprise Group (AEG) features senior executives from TransCanada, Suncor… Read more »

AEG calls for national debate on the economy and jobs

Internal blockades against exports have consequences for all Canadians Edmonton: At a luncheon with Enbridge CEO Al Monaco, the Alberta Enterprise Group (AEG) called for a national discussion on the economy and jobs that would explore how decisions made today can impact livelihoods and government revenues in the future. In light of the regulatory and political… Read more »

AEG members showcased at Toronto Investment Forum

December 10, 2012 Toronto: Alberta Enterprise Group (AEG) members are being showcased at the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers’ 23rd Annual Investment Symposium in Toronto. AEG member companies Collins Industries, Guardian Oil, Questerre and HOCs Projects joined dozens of other Alberta companies to highlight business opportunities to Toronto Investors over three days. AEG’s Tim Shipton is also… Read more »

Let’s talk about public spending

AEG op/ed published in the Calgary Herald November 11, 2012 Let’s have a conversation about tax increases, but first … No matter how strong the economy is, or how large the government take, someone beats a drum for higher taxes. Here in Alberta, that drum beat just keeps getting louder. Sure, the call for higher… Read more »

Calgary Herald Editorial Board: The Ontario-Alberta Axis

Canada’s largest province reaches out Calgary Herald Editorial Board September 28, 2012 Twenty-five years ago, a little-known upstart party had just emerged with the slogan “The West Wants In.” That was the Reform party under Preston Manning and it was a positive twist on the age-old complaint in Western Canada that Central Canada didn’t pay… Read more »

National Post editorial board: Pro-Alberta, pro-Canada

October 1, 2012 From the National Post Editorial Board In July, we praised Ontario premier Dalton McGuinty for showing a more positive attitude about the oil sands, and the province of Alberta in general (“What’s Good for Alberta,”July 21). Mr. McGuinty had dined with Alberta premier Alison Redford in Toronto, seeking to smooth over any problems in… Read more »