The Conference Board of Canada’s provincial outlook has decreed that the boom Alberta expierienced in 2006 is over. The Province will continue to grow at a strong 2.6% though.

On the other hand Saskatchawan is expected to lead the economic growth followed closely by Manitoba.

Does that mean all the Manitobans that moved to Alberta will be coming back? Or better yet, does it mean that Manitoba can follow Alberta’s lead and lower or abolish PST? Lower income tax


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