The Canadian Business Journal

The Canadian Business Journal

April 14, 2011 12:56 ET

The Canadian Business Journal Welcomes Alex Carrick to Editorial Line-Up

MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - April 14, 2011) -The Canadian Business Journal is pleased to announce the addition of a new columnist to its editorial roster: economist Alex Carrick. The April issue of The Canadian Business Journal features the first edition of Carrick's column, and can be viewed here: http://www.canadianbusinessjournal.ca/EMAG/April_11/CBJ.php.

Alex Carrick has worked as an economist and secretary-treasurer for the Canadian Institute of Steel Construction (CISC), and since 1985, has been Chief Economist with CanaData, the leading supplier of statistics and forecasting information for the Canadian construction industry. Alex compiles CanaData's Annual Construction Forecast and provides updates throughout the year in the CanaData Forecaster monthly newsletter and online. He is frequently quoted in major news media, especially in two Canadian construction newspapers, Daily Commercial News and Journal of Commerce.

"We are very excited to have Alex Carrick join our editorial-line-up," said Sara Kopamees, Editor in Chief for George Media. "His opinions on economic and politic issues will be well-received by the CBJ audience."

Look for updates from Alex and his full bio at www.cbj.ca.

About The Canadian Business Journal

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CBJ offers readers a glimpse into major Canadian industries including construction, energy, food and drink, healthcare, manufacturing, and more, through comprehensive profiles of successful Canadian enterprises. The magazine also features articles and columns from Canadian writers focused on all aspects of the Canadian business landscape, from environmental to legal to safety issues.

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