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Prairie cities to lead growth

Published by Steve Coleman on March 27, 2012

Growth is expected to be slower this year, but Western Canadian cities will still lead growth this year.

The Conference Board of Canada says prairie cities - especially Saskatoon, Calgary and Edmonton - will grow the most this year thanks to the resource boom.

The combination of flat economies and plans to get budgets under control means things will be slower in other parts of the country.

The CBC looks at what's happening in depth.

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