Graham Hicks, Edmonton Sun

Graham Hicks

Edmonton Sun

Edmonton, AB, Canada

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Past articles by Graham:

Hicks on Biz: Why a post-COVID-19 real estate collapse is not going to happen.

Predictions of doom in the post-COVID Canadian real estate market have to be questioned … as do visions of sunshine and roses.On the gloom side, analysts argue COVID will be the straw that breaks the back of Vancouver and Toronto’s real estate prices, prices that have defied normal cycl... → Read More

Hicks Weekly Dish: Drastic times, drastic measures, SkipTheDishes and Nara Chicken to the rescue

Nara Chicken and Tonkatsu8712 150 St.780-540-0088narachicken.comHome delivery by SkipTheDishes.comSkipTheDishes – reliability and speed – 4 of 5 SunsNara Chicken and Tonkatsu take-out food – 3.5 of 5 SunsSkipTheDishes-delivered Nara dinner for two, excluding beverages, tips and $4. → Read More

Hicks’ Weekly Dish: Royale Burgers – A temporarily unavailable near-perfect burger

Royale(TEMPORARILY CLOSED)10145-104 St.780-504-1180royaleyeg.comFood: 4 of 5 SunsAmbience: 4 of 5 SunsService: 4 of 5 SunsDinner for two, excluding beverages and tip: Basic $25, loaded $50As if -18C wasn’t bad enough, the wind was whistling down Jasper Avenue during the Friday, March 13 lunc... → Read More

Hicks Weekly Dish: No fighting over this food

Kamayan/Boodle Fight FestivalFilistix Restaurant (special occasion)10621 100 Ave.780-716-470811 am – 2 pm, 4 pm to 9 pm (seven days a week, closed Sunday evenings)filistix. → Read More

HICKS ON BIZ: Lots more oil still to come

The Aspen Oil Sands Project, Imperial Oil’s $2.6 billion, new in-situ oilsands project will eventually produce 150,000 barrels of oil per day (bpd). It is under construction. → Read More

Hicks on Biz: Fact is it’s a Goldilocks economy

Do we laugh or cry over the state of Alberta’s economy?We are so swayed by the latest headlines, especially the enormous conflict between Western Canadian oil and natural gas versus the youthful/progressive/protest cry for a no-carbon-fuels world.Our bitumen, and now B.C. → Read More

Hicks on Biz: Is it time for a taxpayer revolt?

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Finance Minister Bill Morneau are learning the hard way. → Read More

Canada’s tax system is needlessly complicated

Will no one rid us of this crazy, illogical, overwhelmingly difficult Canadian tax system? → Read More

Cold Lake an example of Alberta pain

“The environmental agenda has hijacked Alberta’s resource industry and our politicians,” wrote Craig Copeland, one of many readers responding to last week’s Hicks on Biz column entitled “Alberta’s economic suicide.” → Read More

Hicks on Biz: To tip or not to tip

It's that moment of restaurant reckoning. → Read More

Hicks on Biz: The case for phase II of the Sturgeon Refinery

It’s an odd situation. → Read More

CRNL deal with Shell a good thing

All eyes are focused on the Alberta 2017/18 provincial budget – the spending side of the equation. But good news is happening in the oil and gas sector – where most of the money comes from. → Read More

Hicks on Biz: 5 ways to move our oil

Let's be realistic. → Read More