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January 16, 2019

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Program guidelines for the Capital Investment Tax Credit, a tax credit for capital investments made by Alberta companies for projects related to manufacturing, processing or tourism infrastructure. Includes an overview of the program, eligibility criteria, and registration and application...


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January 29, 2018

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Alberta’s engineering sector is the largest in the country. However, its success is closely tied to Alberta’s oil and gas sector and that sector’s 2015/2016 downturn has also led to falling revenues in the engineering sector.


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May 18, 2017

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Capital investment was the largest contributor to Alberta’s economic growth between the mid-nineties and 2014. However, low oil and gas prices resulted in declining capital investment in Alberta in 2015 and 2016. Although rising oil and gas prices are expected to lead to some improvement for the...


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January 13, 2017

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As part of the Alberta Jobs Plan, the Alberta government has invested $70 million in a Capital Investment Tax Credit (CITC) for manufacturing, processing and tourism infrastructure that will spur economic diversification and job creation. This is a 2-year program that provides a non-refundable...


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July 8, 2016

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Capital investment was the largest contributor to Alberta’s economic growth between the mid-nineties and 2014. However, low oil and gas prices resulted in declining capital investment in Alberta in 2015 and capital investment is expected to remain a drag on economic growth in 2016 as energy...


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July 21, 2015

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Capital investment has been the largest contributor to Alberta’s economic growth since the mid-nineties. In 2014, total investment grew by an estimated 0.4% to $92.1 billion with a decrease in the transportation sector being offset by growth in other sectors such as manufacturing and healthcare....


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March 13, 2014

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Capital investment has been the largest contributor to Alberta’s economic growth since the mid nineties. In 2013, total investment grew by an estimated 8.6%, in part due to surging oil sands investment. For 2014, investment is not expected to be a major driver of economic growth as energy...


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December 11, 2013

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Over the past 25 years, the two fastest growing manufacturing sectors in Alberta are the industrial machinery and fabricated metals sectors. Their success is closely tied to Alberta’s oil and gas sector.


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March 13, 2013

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Capital investment has had the largest impact on Alberta’s economic growth since the mid nineties. The rapid growth in investment since 1996 as well as the large decline during the recession and subsequent resurgence can be largely attributed to strong energy prices and technological...