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Alberta economy is about to nosedive...
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[quote:CalmShock:MV8yMTIzMzA5XzM1ODI3MDg0XzRCNkIxQ0FG] [quote:Anonymous Coward 1411797:MV8yMTIzMzA5XzM1ODI2ODU2X0E2NjQzNTEz] [quote:CalmShock:MV8yMTIzMzA5XzM1ODI2NjkxXzlFMkJDMkI2] [quote:ººEATºº:MV8yMTIzMzA5XzM1ODI2NTQzX0M3Q0Q2MzhF] [quote:CalmShock:MV8yMTIzMzA5XzM1ODI2NDY5XzE0RUM4MjI1] [quote:ººEATºº:MV8yMTIzMzA5XzM1ODI2Mjc1X0NDODNGRA==] [quote:CalmShock:MV8yMTIzMzA5XzM1ODI2MDY5XzEzRTUyQUY5] EAT, you're almost as bad at predicting the economy as you are at predicting earthquakes. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/industry-news/energy-and-resources/camp-oil-sands-albertas-new-economic-boom/article551157/ I live in Calgary and the housing market is expected to strengthen considerably over the next couple years. The oil sands are creating a new boom. You're just a fear monger and likely mildly retarded. [/quote] You guys down in Calgary are in for the shock of your life. Calgary has changed... Calgary thinks it is 'invincible'. Calgary is delusional if you ask me. Calgary is going to fall the hardest because it went the highest the fastest. Wonder what your Muslim mayor will do when everyone is crying? [/quote] Yeah, that has about as much of a chance of happening as an 8.1 earthquake. As for the mayor... I didn't vote for him. http://www.edmontonsun.com/2013/01/04/the-future-of-albertas-economy-is-crystal-clear http://www.calgaryherald.com/business/Alberta+economic+boom+shows+signs+slowdown/7693125/story.html http://www.infoport.ca/bins/content_page.asp?cid=330-337 You're no longer welcome in Alberta EAT. Pack your shit and get your pessimist attitude out of here. :comatose: [/quote] You're a typical ass hat Calgarian. Bunch of Brokeback Cowboys down in Calgary these days. Like I said... Calgarians think the good times will always be here and their shit don't stink. [/quote] How many people that move to Alberta move to Edmonton? Nobody wants to live in that filthy degenerate city so they come to Calgary, the land of opportunity. Edmontons glory days are long gone, Calgary is the new hub of success in Alberta. Did you even read the articles? We're booming. "CALGARY — Alberta’s economic boom is showing little sign of slowing down, according to the latest RBC Economics Provincial Outlook released Thursday. RBC forecasts that Alberta will continue to be among the fastest-growing provincial economies in 2013 with a real GDP growth rate of 3.5 per cent, second only to Newfoundland & Labrador’s 4.4 per cent. Alberta will regain the top spot in the country in 2014 with Real GDP growth forecast at 4.2 per cent." :fuckyou: [/quote] Calgary is mostly white collar jobs. Edmonton is blue collar jobs. When shit goes south Edmonton will find a way and Calgary will die off. Calgary has nothing going for it, other then banff and that generates a laughably small amount of income. [/quote] When shit goes south? Shit is not going to go south anytime soon, as I've already provided links proving that. People in Edmonton are jealous of Calgary. It's a sense of entitlement. Calgary left Edmonton in the dust and we also have a better hockey team. [/quote]
Alberta was the engine of the Canadian economy over the last decade.
It is clear that the good times are over now!
The 500,000 dollar houses in Edmonton are about to slip down to 300,000 before ya know it. There will be many 'toys' for sale at bargain prices here in Alberta ( quads, rv's, boats, snowmobiles,etc ).
Alberta has way overspent during the last 10 years and the chickens are coming home to roost.
Frivilous businesses will be going broke in droves over the next few years. Just watch how many of the coffee shops and restaurants here in Edmonton will close their doors this year.
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