In a recent interview with the Calgary Herald, Alberta Central Chief Economist Charles St-Arnaud spoke about how the price of oil continues to have a significant impact on Alberta’s economy.

He noted that with prices for West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude closing at nearly $6-a-barrel below the goal of $79 a barrel, this can alter provincial revenues by as much as $630 million.

There’s not a lot of margin to manoeuvre,” Alberta Central chief economist Charles St-Arnaud said Monday.

Further media coverage quoted St-Arnaud on the economy and the latest interest rate hikes from the Bank of Canada and retail numbers, including online coverage in and

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