2012 economic outlook for Alberta from the Royal Bank of
Alberta Small Businesses
Profile & highlights
The Canadian Trade Commissioner Service
Free access to hundreds of sectoral market studies and
country-specific reports intended to help you, Canadian companies,
identify foreign business opportunities and learn more about your
German-Canadian Business and Professional
Association of Alberta
The German-Canadian Business and Professional Association of
Alberta is a forum for German-speaking businessmen, professionals,
cultural specialists and others who are interested in business
relations with German-speaking communities and countries.
Japan is Alberta's largest export market after the United States
and has been an important market for the province for over two
decades. The Alberta Japan Office was founded in 1970 to stimulate
and promote economic development, trade and investment between the
Province of Alberta and Japan.
The purpose of this website is to focus the attention of potential
investors on Romania and to grant the Romanian businesspeople a
high quality media support for international presentation.
Investment Partnerships Canada (IPC) is the Government of Canada's
one stop centre for investment services.
Mayor Matthias Berger and a delegation of 24 business and
political leaders first visited Alberta's International Region in
April 2005 to sign a joint declaration of cooperation between the
City of Leduc, Leduc County and the City of Grimma. Mayor Berger
and the delegates returned to renew the partnership again in June
The Leduc-Nisku Economic Development Authority hosted a welcome
reception for a delegation of political and government officials
from Beihai, China on Nov. 4th, 2005. The highlight of the
reception was a signature ceremony, where a joint declaration of
cooperation between Alberta's International Region and Beihai was