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Old Posted Dec 6, 2016, 7:14 PM
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Originally Posted by lio45 View Post
A very simple explanation would be that post-secondary is a more important chunk of the GDP in Edmonton due to Calgary having a bigger GDP.
Could be, but the point is more often brought up with regards to employment, not GDP. Namely that currently Edmonton is doing better wrt job losses as a result of the post-secondary element of its economy. While that could be true, I have yet to see evidence indicating that is a larger in absolute terms than Calgary.

Originally Posted by Airboy View Post
We do have a lot of Secondary education institutions which help though
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