1 edition of Economic development opportunities in northern Alberta found in the catalog.
Economic development opportunities in northern Alberta
|Statement||prepared by Currie, Coopers and Lybrand Management Consultants, in association with J.F.T. Scott & Associates.|
|Contributions||Currie, Coopers and Lybrand Management Consultants., J.F.T. Scott & Associates., Northern Alberta Development Council.|
|LC Classifications||HC117.A6 E29 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||66 p. :|
|Number of Pages||66|
|LC Control Number||86181163|
The discussion paper Developing Northern Alberta: Northern Challenges, Assets and Opportunities outlines key strategies to ensure that industry and businesses in northern Alberta are poised to lead the province and the country into eventual recovery and come out of the downturn in a stronger position. Both these reports, as well as the updated. GROWTH Alberta Economic Alliance - just West of Edmonton. Convenient market access & among the lowest operating costs in the province. Invest in GROWTH.
study on northern rural and remote education. Interviews with the Superintendents of School Zones 1 and 2/3 are scheduled throughout the month of June. For more information on the study, contact Natalie Butler, NADC, at The Northern Alberta Elected Leaders will . Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT) president Glenn Feltham and Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) president and CEO David Ross will head government’s member task force that will provide recommendations on how to best renew and expand apprenticeship education and skilled trades opportunities for Albertans.
Western Economic Diversification, the RDA for British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Alberta, and Manitoba, will provide $, in funding to support two initiatives specifically in Saskatchewan. The Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency . The Alberta Energy Corridor is a government/industry funded agency focused on economic development in the Athabasca, Boyle and Wandering River area. Our mandate is to diversify the regional area by attracting a myriad of businesses that will increase long-term employment and community stability.
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The province has appointed five members to the Northern Alberta Development Council (NADC) for the next two years and will include two Grande Prairie business people. The panel, which is chaired by Grande Prairie MLA Tracy Allard, advises the provincial government on economic and social development opportunities throughout northern Alberta.
Putting opportunity on the map. The Northern Alberta Development Council advances the promise of Alberta's North. NADC’s mandate is to help the region’s communities andpeople realize their rich potential and strengthen their diverse economies.
The Council is made up of a dedicated group of provincial and local leaders and staff. Community Economic Development Opportunities in Alberta Building a diversified and inclusive local economy Summary The Government of Alberta is committed to investing in job creation, economic diversification, renewable energy, and being the best place to start and grow a small business.
The innovative tools of community. Alberta’s film industry will be able to attract more productions and opportunities with the launch of the new Film and Television Tax Credit.
The newly streamlined Alberta Export Expansion Program reduces red tape for local businesses looking to expand around the world. A Year Tourism Strategy. The Community Initiatives Program (CIP) provides funding to support initiatives that enhance and enrich communities throughout Alberta.
Innovation Employment Grant When this program launches in Januarycompanies can receive a grant of up to 20% toward qualifying research and development.
The development of northern Alberta’s abundant resources is driving economic growth and development in the province and Canada. With only nine per cent of the provincial population, the per capita contribution of the NADC region far exceeds that of the rest of Alberta.
Find funding opportunities that support thriving communities and economic prosperity in Alberta's small cities and towns. Links to websites not under the control of the Government of Alberta are provided solely for the convenience of our website visitors.
The Food Processing Development Centre in Leduc, Alta., a ,square-foot, Alberta government-owned facility, will receive $ million toward equipment that will help companies develop new. Learn about the businesses and opportunities that make up the Brooks Region.
Transportation & Location The Brooks Region is readily accessible to Canada’s major east-west transport route (HWY 1 TransCanada), north via HWY 36 to connect the County to northern Alberta oilsands, and south via HWY 36 to the U.S.
border. Alberta supports Canada’s SMR development plans 11 August Print and New Brunswick Premier Blaine Higgs said it could be an opportunity for economic growth, estimating the Canadian market for this energy at CAD10 billion ($bn) and the global market at CAD billion.
which straddles the northern Alberta-Saskatchewan border. Community and Regional Economic Development Funding Opportunitie$ Economic Development and Trade Entrepreneurship & Regional Development Branch.
Search Economic Development jobs now available in Alberta onthe world's largest job site. Alberta - Alberta - Economy: About one-third of Alberta’s land area is in agricultural use, with roughly half that agricultural land used to grow crops and the remainder to raise livestock.
A network of dugouts and irrigation canals provides water in dry areas. The main crops are wheat, barley, and other grains, as well as hay and rapeseed (canola). Canadians in northern Alberta to benefit from faster Internet. From: Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada News release.
Canadians understand the importance of building communities. They have always invested in ways to better connect with each other—from the St. Lawrence Seaway to the national railroad system to the Trans-Canada Highway. alberta taxes, global petroleum survey, alberta finances, alberta energy revenues, alberta economy Aug AM Lessons from the Lone Star State: Comparing the Economic Performance of Alberta and Texas.
On behalf of the Northern Alberta Development Council (NADC), we are pleased to present our achievements for the April 1, to Ma fiscal year. In fulfilling our mission as the advisor to the Government of Alberta on issues relating to and affecting the north, the Council has continued to.
“The new rail line will create new economic development opportunities for a wide range of businesses, communities and Indigenous communities in Canada and Alaska.
We estimate that A2A Rail could unlock $60 billion CAD in additional cumulative GDP through and lift household incomes by an average of 40 per cent.”. This report identifies the opportunities for resource development in northern Alberta, in nine major categories, that are associated with public lands and are influenced by transportation 2 48 Addeddate.
Download the Community Economic Development Opportunities in Alberta brief. The Canadian Community Economic Development Network (CCEDNet) and Alberta CED stakeholders are committed to working with the provincial government and sector colleagues to advance these key community economic development initiatives in Alberta, building on proven practices from across Canada and.
Economic Development and Trade| Annual Report – 7 Management’s Responsibility for Reporting The Ministry of Economic Development and Trade (EDT) includes the Department of EDT, Alberta Enterprise Corporation, Alberta Innovates, the Alberta Research and Innovation Advisory Committee, and the Northern Alberta Development Council.
economic development can be described in terms of objectives. These are most commonly described as the creation of jobs and wealth, and the improvement of quality of life.
Economic development can also be described as a process that influences growth and restructuring of an economy to enhance the economic well being of a community. In the.2 COMMENTARY: The Next Northern Challenge: The Reality of the Provincial North highlight the intense socio-economic challenges in the provincial North.
There has been some writing on this subject, including the coverage of the region in Morris Zaslow’s excellent histories The Opening of the Canadian North () and The Northward Expansion of Canada () and the more focused study on.Projects will increase high-speed Internet coverage in rural communities throughout northern Alberta.
April 8, – Ottawa – Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada. For most Canadians, access to affordable and reliable broadband networks is an important part of everyday life.