Improving energy prices put Alberta, Saskatchewan and British Columbia at the high-end of expected growth
Improving oil prices are expected to help drive better economic growth in Canada in 2017, with the strongest forecasts being reported for traditionally energy-producing parts of the country, according to The Conference Board of Canada (TCBC).

Alberta and Saskatchewan are expected to emerge out of recession and lead the provinces in economic growth this year, the group said. British Columbia is forecast to see growth ease this year, but ...


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