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- Where can I find population statistics for the Province of Alberta?
- I would like to visit Alberta as a tourist, where can I find useful information?
- How can I get a job in Alberta?
- What is Alberta's Gross Domestic Product?
- What is Alberta’s share of the Canadian economy?
- What is Alberta's labour productivity?
- What is Alberta's capital investment per capita?
- What is Alberta's economic growth rate?
- Where can I find out about the major projects in Alberta?
- Where does Alberta export its products?
- How are Alberta’s exports transported?
- What are the key sectors for ______ industry in Alberta?
- What is the approximate size of ______ industry in Alberta?
- How much revenue does the industry generate?
- How important is the industry to Alberta’s economy?
- Where can I find information on Oil Sands projects?
- How much is Alberta's oil sands investment?
- What share of Alberta's GDP does the oil and gas sector account for?
- Can you help us access the right ministry and/or person within the Government of Alberta?
The Municipal Affairs and Housing website hosts the Alberta Official Populations Lists.
Demographic information is also available online through Alberta Finance's Alberta Economy page.
Alberta tourism information is provided on the Travel Alberta website. The Travel Alberta website provides maps and information about accommodations and things to see and do, to help you plan a trip to Alberta.
For information about finding a job in Alberta, please visit the Jobs in Alberta page of the Government of Alberta website.
It was $287 billion in 2011, roughly the size of the state of Minnesota.
Although Alberta accounts for only 11% of Canada's population, Alberta accounts for 17% of Canada's GDP.
What is Alberta's labour productivity?
Labour productivity in Alberta's business sector, measured as GDP per hour worked, was $46.00 per hour in 2011, the highest of all provinces. However, between 2001 and 2011 Alberta's growth in labour productivity was only 0.4% per year, the second lowest growth rate of all provinces and the result of declining productivity in the oil and gas sector.
What is Alberta's capital investment per capita?
In 2011, Alberta's capital investment was $23,461 on a per capita basis, more than double the Canadian average of $10,758 per capita.
Even with the recent economic slowdown, Alberta has the highest average provincial economic growth rate over the past 20 years. Alberta's average annual GDP growth rate between 1991 and 2011 was an estimated 3.4% per year, compared with Canada's average growth of 2.7% per year. (Note: Alberta's GDP increased by an estimated 5.2% in 2011).
Where can I find out about the major projects in Alberta?
The Inventory of Major Alberta Projects produced by Alberta Enterprise and Advanced Education lists major projects in Alberta valued at $5 million or greater that have recently been completed or are currently under construction.
In 2011, approximately 87% was destined to the US, with the majority of the remainder shipped to Asia.
Additional information about Alberta's main export markets are provided in the International Market Profiles pages of the Export Your Products section.
The majority of our exports, crude oil and natural gas, are shipped via pipeline, while large segments of the mining, chemical and agricultural sectors move in rail cars.
Please visit the Alberta Industries section of the website and click on the industry you would like to know more about. Areas of expertise are listed in the "About the Industry" section.
What is the approximate size of ______ industry in Alberta? How much revenue does the industry generate? How important is the industry to Alberta's economy?
For industry statistics, please visit the Alberta Industries section of the website and click on the industry you would like to know more about. Industry facts and statistics are listed in the "About the Industry" section.
For additional industry statistics, please see the Alberta Industry Sector Performance and Prospects report located in the Alberta Industries section of the website.
The Alberta Oil Sands Industry Quarterly Update on the Statistics and Publications section of our website provides the latest information on projects and activities occurring in the oil sands.
In addition, the Inventory of Major Alberta Projects report produced by Alberta Enterprise and Advanced Education lists major projects in Alberta valued at $5 million or greater that have recently been completed or are currently under construction. The list includes oil sands projects.
What share of Alberta's GDP does the Energy sector account for?
27.6% in 2011.
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Date Updated: Wed, 01 May 2013 03:01:25