Energy shapes Canadian economy
CIBC chief economist points to possible C$19 billion budget surplus in Alberta, triggering a shift of money and workers
Petroleum News Canadian Contributing Writer
An economic gulf is opening in Canada between those who produce oil and natural gas and those who merely consume the resources.
Forecasting that oil prices will jump about 20 percent in 2006 to US$70 per barrel and gas prices will get pulled along to US$13 per million British thermal units, CIBC Wor....
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