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Ahead of the Game

According to a report by Laurentian Bank Securities economic growth within Alberta and Saskatchewan is expected to outpace Canada's other provinces and territories.

The Provincial Monitor stated the two Prairie Provinces will be the driving force behind the national average while the central and eastern provinces will report a weaker performance than the national average.
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Alberta the Place to Be

Alberta has been a veritable hot spot of new residents lately with its strong economy and low unemployment rate.

"There's a reason why Calgary's CTrain has been feeling more congested lately; people have been flocking to Alberta," said ATB Financial economist Will Van't Veld.
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Wheatland County

With its rolling hills and cropland to cattle farms and collection of towns and hamlets, Wheatland County to the north and east of Calgary has maintained a sense of community amidst rural and urban lifestyles.

Wheatland County includes the communities of Strathmore, Gleichen, Cluny, Dalemead, Carseland, Lyalta, Rosebud, Hussar, Rockyford, Chancellor, Dalum and more.

July 18, 2012 | Cody Stuart

Alberta Housing Market to 'Buck National Trend'

With many economic prognosticators predicting doom and gloom for housing markets in Vancouver and Toronto, a report from TD Economics suggests the prairie provinces, namely Alberta and Saskatchewan, could see their housing markets continue to gain momentum.

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