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The Edmonton Metropolitan Region is uniquely well-positioned to capitalize on these new demands and opportunities driven by these global trends, writes Malcolm Bruce. Photograph courtesy of Commons Wikimedia


In disruption, there is also opportunity

EDMONTON—Alberta’s economy has seen its share of change and upheaval in recent times—stagnant growth, a contracting energy sector, low commodity prices, market access challenges, and investor uncertainty. Much of this change has been the result of a broader transformation in the global economy, where forces such as the rise of populism, automation, digitization, and the threat of climate change are ushering in a new era of economic disruption.

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