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Oct. 13, 2017

Iran Nuclear Deal President Trump will not certify the Iran Nuclear Deal as he believes it is not in the best interests of the US. US has not withdrawn from the deal but wants… Read More

Oct. 6, 2017

Cannabis in Canada Ottawa expects approximately 600,000 people to smoke upon legalization Federal: With the target of legalization in July 2018, the federal government released the “Cannabis Act” which has a heavy focus on… Read More

Sept. 29, 2017

SOLD OUT!  The Glass Cliff…Women, Leadership, Life and Flow – Edmonton, September 27th Trended #1 in Canada and #3 overall on Twitter Wednesday evening. (Trending identifies topics that are popular now) You can view… Read More

Sept. 22, 2017

Global Business Forum 2017 – Banff, September 21 and 22 David Roberts, Singularity University, Distinguished Faculty, Disruptive Technologies Artificial Intelligence is like electricity was at the turn of the century. The first cell phone… Read More

Sept. 15, 2017

Stefane Marion – Chief Economist and Strategist, National Bank Financial Presentation September 11, 2017 Edmonton, Alberta Global: Fastest growth in 6 years for OECD Industrial Output (2nd quarter, Q/Q 5.3%increase) Metal prices have been increasing… Read More

Sept. 8, 2017

Canada TransCanada has asked the National Energy Board to pause on the Energy East review as the company determines whether the project will still be viable given the increased environmental testing. Ontario to allow… Read More

Sept. 1, 2017

FLOODING AROUND THE GLOBE Hurricane Harvey At least $23 billion worth of property has been affected in Texas Satellite imagery shows flooding across 732 sq km through 2 counties in Texas Population of metro-Houston… Read More

Aug. 25, 2017

Angus Watt Advisory Group presents: The Glass Cliff…Women, Leadership, Life and Flow Wednesday, September 27, 2017 at the Winspear Centre from 7:00 – 8:30pm. Guest Speakers and Panelists Kirstine Stewart: CSO, Diply, former VP… Read More

Aug. 18, 2017

NAFTA Canada has marked Chapter 19 as a “red line”. Canada wants to keep dispute resolution mechanism, U.S. wants it gone with no replacement. Rules of origin: how much of a given product must… Read More

Aug. 11, 2017

BRITISH COLUMBIA Since August 8th 30 new fires have started in B.C.; number of fires in the province is 148 as of today. Since April, there have been 928 fires in B.C.:  500 were… Read More