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BMO: Alberta economy ‘well above’ the rest of Canada, leads all provinces in growth
The province's GDP is expected to grow 3.5 per cent this year, compared to 2.2 per cent in BC and Ontario, and only 1.7 per cent in Quebec.
May 7, 2014