Oil rich provinces top global performers

Posted by Brenda Bouw

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oilrigWant to know how to get a good grade in economics in Canada? It helps if you live in a place that gushes oil.

According to the Conference Board of Canada’s first “How Canada Performs: Economy” report card, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Newfoundland and Labrador each get an “A+” for economic performance.
Meantime, the other provinces get a “B” and below. New Brunswick and Nova Scotia received the worst grades, or a “D,” while the rest of Canada was in the middle of the pack.

Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Newfoundland and Labrador are not only the top-rated regions in Canada, but in the overall report card that also looks at 16 advanced nations……

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