For Alberta, employment went down in May by 6,400. Full time actually went up by 20,200 while
part time was down 26,600. So that's somewhat mixed, although certainly the effect of the crash of oil prices is reducing jobs. More concerning is that jobs are down 6,400 from January indicating a very flat employment situation. However considering that oil is down so much, a flat employment situation is actually pretty good. It will be interesting to see what happens going forward through the summer.