Thank the Lord, APEC confirms the obvious

I’m too cheap to spend the $20 bucks to get this report but Alberta media is reporting on it.

A new study says Alberta’s economic boom is making it harder for businesses in Atlantic Canada to find workers. The Atlantic Provinces Economic Council says there was a net flow of almost 13,000 workers to Alberta over a 12-month period ending July 1st. About 5,000 of those were from Newfoundland and Labrador – the equivalent of one per cent of the province’s population.

Isn’t it neat when studies confirm what you see with your own two eyes?