Not much . . . “The Alberta Investor Tax Credit is said to be worth $90 million over two years, but the government has yet to announce specific details about how it will work. That information will come “later this year,” according to the budget documents.”
Geoffrey Morgan in the National Post on October 15, 2015 . . . “”Like previous premiers in Alberta, Rachel Notley introduces panel on economic diversification” and goes on to explain . . . ” Executives from two of Alberta’s largest and most entrenched industries – oil production and power generation – will sit on a new … More Premier Notley, we’ve seen this movie before. It’s dull and doesn’t end well.
Two-thirds of Canadian C-level executives say the country is too dependent on resource industries and needs to become more diversified to inject better balance into the economy – and that was March 2014 when oil was over $100 a barrel. … More 21st Century Wealth and Value Creation about Innovation – not Extraction
Canada is facing a dire shortage of the highly-specialized financing sources, angel and venture capital, dedicated to commercializing that R&D” … More Response letter to Premier Alison Redford