The Retail Council of Canada recently release a labour market study on Alberta’s retail sector, and there is some interesting information in there.
If successful, this would affect 70 workers based out of Edmonton.
If successful, this would affect 40 workers in Southern Alberta.
If successful, this would affect 70 workers based out of Calgary.
Calgary nursing care workers employed by Carewest had been without a contract for over 3 years and their last raise was back in 2016.
At the end of 2014, capital expenditures in Canada’s oil and gas sector sat at nearly $21 billion. Today, it’s under $10.5 billion.
Even though Alberta saw an increase in over 13,500 active businesses in the past 3 years, the total number is still lower than what we had the month the UCP first took office.
For the first time in months, Alberta no longer has the 5th highest unemployment rate in the country.
Since June 2018, Alberta’s payroll employees have increased slower than the general population has. In fact, it was so slow, only two other provinces were slower.
If successful, this would affect 6 workers based out of Medicine Hat.