Doing Business in Alberta

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    Can Canada compete, survive or prosper in the current reality of energy abundance?

    PwC, energy executives, analysts and global advisors discuss the key factors in this international situation – geopolitics, market access, economics, cost and productivity, and technology and innovation – and consider the way forward in this new reality. Read our report to learn more.

    Managing the hidden workforce

    Contingent labour, defined as workers other than permanent employees, is a significant and growing component of the workforce in most Canadian organizations. Given this fact, it’s quite likely that not all the people working on your team and in your organziation are employees. So how can organizations manage a workforce that includes workers other than employees?

    Tackle the downturn and achieve deal success

    How can your company face the current economic outlook in a way that is both successful in the short term and sustainable in the long term? We recently held a breakfast session to discuss strategies that will help deliver cost savings while improving your business' overall efficiency and agility.

    Tax Insights: 2015 Alberta Budget - Many Albertans to pay more

    On March 26, 2015, Alberta’s President of Treasury Board and Minister of Finance, Robin Campbell, presented the province’s budget. Starting January 1, 2016, Alberta’s 10% income tax rate will increase over three years for individuals with incomes exceeding $100,000, with a further increase when income exceeds $250,000, among other changes.

    Three strategies on sustainable cost reduction - Join us for a breakfast session to learn ways to make cuts while retaining service delivery in the long run

    Join PwC Edmonton’s public sector team for an insightful breakfast session on how to deliver cost savings, while improving your organization’s efficiency and agility.

    Alberta businesses and consumers fear the economic aftermath as the price of oil remains low

    Nearly three-quarters (71 per cent) of Alberta businesses plan on taking steps to counter the decline in oil prices, which mainly include cost reduction strategies. Read the latest PwC Business and Consumer Confidence Index.