In recent interviews with the website Breaking News Today, the Toronto Star and the Calgary Herald, Alberta Central’s Chief Economist Charles St-Arnaud spoke about how the outcome of the upcoming provincial election could have impacts beyond Alberta, especially in regards to Alberta’s relationship with the federal government moving forward.

After the election, once the dust settles, what will be the relationship that Alberta will build with the federal government?” says Charles St-Arnaud, the chief economist for Alberta Central, the central banking facility for the province’s credit unions.

“There are a lot of crucial economic policies that are set to be put in place,” he says, citing net-zero plans as one example. “It’s not something that we will be able to do just on our own. It needs discussion in a broader context within Canada.”

To read the full interviews, click on the links above!

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