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Exhibitor: Alberta Advance Education and Technology
Contact Name: Kim Capstick
Booth Number: 1211
Address: 10020 101A Avenue,
Edmonton, AB
Canada
Website: http://www.advancededucation.gov.ab.ca

Corporate Summary:

It has been said that Alberta's past was defined by our natural resources, our future will be defined by our human resources. Alberta's Ministry of Advanced Education and Technology is at the forefront of that shift. Our goal is to support building a more educated population and a more diversified knowledge-driven economy. Our province's ability to compete on the global stage will depend on our ability to find solutions to some of society's greatest challenges including the issues surrounding energy and environmental sustainability that are central to Globe 2012. Central to that is the Government of Alberta's collaboration with our public post-secondary institutions, industry, research partners and the governments of other jurisdictions. As the global economy continues to evolve, Advanced Education and Technology is committed to keep pace by working in co-operation with our stakeholders, partners and agencies. That commitment will help to ensure Alberta remains an economic leader in Canada and around the world.

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