In a recent interview with CBC News, Alberta Central Chief Economist spoke about the recent labour market data and the trends he sees unfolding.
Jobless rate down in Alberta but there is still a way to go Alberta Central chief economist tells the Calgary Herald.
Proposed legislation would help diversify the economy by making it easier for finance and fintech companies to develop new products and services in Alberta.
There may be a shift in how Canadians spend their money in the coming year, chief economist tells CBC
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Alberta Central has once again been recognized as one of Alberta’s Top Employers. The annual competition recognizes Alberta employers that lead their industries in offering exceptional places to work.
While the Bank of Canada opted to hold rates steady today, Alberta Central’s Chief Economist Charles St-Arnaud forecasts the central bank to increase rates in the spring.
Global oil prices have climbed – of the nearly five percent increase in the CPI, 1.2 percent came from higher gasoline prices, says Chief Economist Charles St-Arnaud in a new Calgary Herald article.
Charles St-Arnaud, Chief Economist at Alberta Central, spoke to the Financial Post about how some entrepreneurs are seeing success.