Alberta turns to Asia
Long reliant on US to ‘sustain superior economic prosperity,’ province says different behavior required in post-recession world
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As North Africa and the Middle East spiral into the unknown, heightening worries over the security of global oil supplies, the Alberta government reinforced an indirect, but clear early warning to the United States.
Premier Ed Stelmach, whose days in office are winding down, has identified Asia as t....
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