B.C. plugs on, Alberta caves in
Provinces chart different routes through tough times; Alberta answers call to stem drilling decline, save jobs; could cost C$1.5B
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British Columbia keeps resolutely pressing ahead with its efforts to disperse gathering storm clouds, while neighboring Alberta has decided to step out from under its umbrella.
Faced with “economic instability,” British Columbia has decided to expand its royalty credit program to “support and encour....
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B.C. looks to improve position
Alberta withstands demands
Analysts still not happy
Industry: Not complete fix
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