By now, you know that Alberta and Saskatchewan are in the midst of a crisis.

But the other three provinces, including Newfoundland and Labrador, remain largely untouched.

The problem is that the province is currently experiencing a dramatic drop in production as oil prices slump.

While Alberta and Quebec are struggling with declining oil revenues, Ontario and British Columbia are running at record levels of consumption, and Saskatchewan is suffering from the same problems.

As oil prices have fallen, so too has the Canadian economy.

Oil is the main reason for the drop in output.

The Canadian dollar has fallen by around 10 per cent against the U.S. dollar in the past month, and the drop has been felt in many Canadian markets.

However, a drop in the price of oil has not made up for the higher prices of imports, and Canada is still importing more oil than it exports.

Canada’s crude exports dropped to a six-year low in March and are now expected to remain below $45 a barrel for the foreseeable future.

The decline in output has left Canada facing the prospect of an economic slowdown.

However this may not be such a bad thing.

It may actually be beneficial for the Canadian oil industry, as the downturn may actually help the economy by creating jobs.

For the oil industry it is a huge boon.

Over the last decade, the Canadian crude oil production has grown by around 3.5 million barrels per day, a rate of growth that has been twice as fast as the global average, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA).

The U.K., meanwhile, has seen its crude oil exports increase by around 2.7 million barrels a day in the same period, according the U and International Energy Information Agency (IEA).

The IEA also projects that by 2035, Canada will be exporting around 2 million barrels of crude a day to the rest of the world, compared to just under 1 million barrels today.

While the oil boom may not yet be over, there is some good news on the horizon for the oil and gas industry.

According to the oil company, Statoil, the global oil and natural gas sector has a healthy outlook, despite the global downturn.

Statoil’s outlook for the global energy market remains optimistic, with the sector forecast to generate an additional $2.2 trillion in new capital expenditure in the second quarter of 2021.

While many are predicting a return to economic growth and a return of employment, there are some areas where there is still concern.

The global recession has left many workers with very little cash, with some finding themselves living on the streets.

This has left the industry with fewer workers than it needs to fill the gap.

In the U, some of the largest oil and petrochemical companies have announced they are leaving Canada and moving to lower-cost countries.

As of January 2018, Statolts production had declined by around 80,000 barrels a week, while the number of oil rigs in operation in the U was around 6,500.

It has also seen a decline in the number or the number and size of new projects in the pipeline, with many of these projects still under construction.

In addition, some major oil and mining companies are also laying off workers in their oil and minerals operations.

These layoffs have also left the companies with little cash to fund production, which means production is at an all-time low.

The situation is particularly bleak for the petrochemicals industry, which has lost around 80 per cent of its value over the past decade.

Statol’s forecasts are now for petro chemicals production to fall by around 5 per cent over the next 12 months, while its oil and mineral production is expected to fall even further.

In response to this, StatOil has slashed its forecasts for the next six months.

StatOil also warned that Canada will lose its position as the world’s leading oil exporter by 2030, and by 2050, its place as the leading oil producer.

It is clear that the oil downturn in Canada has put a strain on the energy sector.

However it is not just oil that is facing this issue.

The number of people employed in the oil sector has also fallen sharply in recent years, and it has led to a drop of around 15 per cent in the total number of jobs in the industry.

This drop has meant that the Canadian government is now running a $50 billion deficit in its budget.

In 2017, the government spent $4.3 billion on infrastructure, while a similar amount was spent on social assistance.

This means that the number that are receiving the government’s help is down by around 15.8 per cent from what it was in 2017.

The result of this, is that most Canadians are struggling to pay their bills.

This is especially true in communities where the majority of the population lives in poverty.

The Conservative government is committed to ensuring that people have the resources they need to meet their basic needs, and to ensuring the safety and security of Canadians, especially those in poverty and rural