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Alberta’s Economy 2022: What Now?

Join ATB’s Todd Hirsch as he discusses the current state of Alberta’s economy and outlines some projections for what is to come in 2022.

Worried about how the economy will affect your business goals in the next few years? This free webinar will help you find these answers with the best predictions for what Alberta’s economy will look like in the year 2022.

You will hear:

  • What is expected from the Alberta economy in 2022
  • What is most likely to affect the Alberta economy in 2022
  • What you can expect for Alberta businesses in the year to come
  • How new COVID variants are predicted to affect the Alberta economy in 2022

Presented by:

Todd Hirsch, ATB

Todd Hirsch is the Vice President and Chief Economist for ATB Financial. For more than 25 years, he has worked as an economist for organizations including the Canada West Foundation and the Bank of Canada.

He is the author of four books. His latest, Spiders in COVID Space: Adapting during and after the pandemic, was released in March 2021. He serves on the boards of Calgary’s Glenbow Museum and the Alberta Ballet. He is also the host of a podcast titled The Future Of, which won a national award in 2021

Register for free today!

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  • Timezone: America/Toronto
  • Date: Jan 25 2022
  • Time: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

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Online via Zoom
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