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Resource Economies: Prairie Provinces and Energy Markets

resource economies: It was a major win for Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe, who chaired the meeting behind closed doors, and Alberta Premier Jason Kenney, according to National Observer. The leaders of the country's Prairie provinces, which boast significant resource economies, expressed gratitude to their fellow first ministers. The Council of the Federation asked Ottawa to consider changes to the Fiscal Stabilization Program, which provides financial aid to provinces that undergo sudden economic disruption, so that more federal funds can be directed to parts of Canada negatively impacted by volatile global energy markets in recent years. Let me thank my colleagues here for showing they understand the adversity folks in Alberta are undergoing, said Kenney, at a joint press conference at the Hilton Toronto Airport Hotel in Mississauga, a Toronto suburb. What people are reading Pinterest's algorithm promoted anti-Trudeau propaganda during election Climate change should unite, not divide, Canada's provinces Prospects look bleak for Canadian mountains, Arctic and coasts, says IPCCFunding under the stabilization program is currently made available to any province whose annual non-resource revenues decline by more than five per cent. I have been trying to convey to Albertans that we are not alone. ( As reported in the news.