RBC Housing Affordability Outlook 2014
"Affordability levels in Alberta continue to compare favourably against both historical averages in the province and nationally. We expect that construc-
tive affordability conditions, a booming provincial economy, and strong population growth will continue to fuel demand for housing in Alberta in the
TD Provincial Long Term Growth Prospects 2014 - "Despite continued oil price volatility anticipated over the near term, the longer-term outlook for the Canadian economy is expected to remain steady, with annual growth of around 2%. While modest, these gains are slightly better, on average, than our projection of the trend growth rate in real GDP. This steady-as-it-goes economic outlook is forecast to be complemented by continued gains in employment, as a strengthening labour market pulls the unemployment rate down toward 6% through 2018"
TD Provincial Economic Update 2015
"Facing a lesser fiscal challenge and supported by commensurate upgrades to the commodity price forecast, Alberta and Saskatchewan’s near-term growth prospects received a larger-than-average boost. These two provinces are now expected to lead the pack with solid average annual growth of 3-3.5% over the next two years."
Finance Alberta Economic Outlook 2014 -2017 - Alberta continues to fire on all cylinders
Scotia Bank Alberta Fiscal Pulse 2015-16
"Alberta’s real GDP is expected to advance just 0.4% in 2015, with nominal GDP dropping 8.1%.Reflecting the production economics of capital-intensive bitumen extraction, Alberta expects its oil production over the five years to FY20 to climb almost 35%, propelled by a 46½% gain in bitumen with a drop of almost 13% inconventional crude."
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