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Stelmach says ‘stay the course’­

According to Stelmach, Alberta is in a good position to weather thedownturn and come out of it with increased productivity, because therecovery of the global economy will be reliant on energy.

Premier Ed Stelmach said Alberta will “stay the course,” in an address to members of the Calgary Chamber of Commerce at the Palliser hotel Thursday.

According to Stelmach, Alberta is in a good position to weather the downturn and come out of it with increased productivity, because the recovery of the global economy will be reliant on energy.

“We are one of the few places in the world in a position to substantially increase energy production,” Stelmach said.

Tom Simons, president and CEO of Canadian Energy Services, said he was “completely disappointed” with the premier’s comments because, among other things, they lacked specifics.

 
 
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