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Economic growth projected for Saskatchewan in 2017

The Conference Board of Canada is predicting Saskatchewan’s economy will “be back in the black” in 2017.

That’s good news for Minister of Energy and Resources Dustin Duncan.

“These are positive signs,” said Duncan. “But we still are trying to find a way to fill basically $1.2 billion in resource revenue evaporated in a couple of years, so it’s not going to be overnight that those numbers return to where they were.

Economic growth projected for Saskatchewan in 2017 Economic Development Government  Saskatchewan Provincial Economy Government of Saskatchewan  via Regina Leader-Post http://ift.tt/2kSJxkA

Economic growth projected for Saskatchewan in 2017 Economic Development Government  Saskatchewan Provincial Economy Government of Saskatchewan

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