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May 9th, 2007
Alberta's boom will soon go bust unless the government starts saving more of its oil and gas cash, says a new released today.
Snelgrove says he hasn't read the report and doesn't intent to. He said the government is already moving to diversify the economy.
"We're building a nanotechnology sector that's one of the top five in the world," Snelgrove said. "And our universities are attracting some...world class research. Our financial sector is becoming world known as a major centre for financing."
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