In 2015, the federal government scrapped plans to increase the age of eligibility for OAS and GIS.
The municipality's average per-capita debt increased from $196 to a projected $2,700.
The president scuttled the Keystone XL pipeline and suppressed domestic production of oil and natural gas.
The province expects net debt to increase by $31.2 billion over the next three fiscal years.
Investment in B.C.’s mining sector was $720 million in 2021—21 per cent less than in 2020.
The government projects a budget deficit of $21.5 billion for 2021-22.
Several major cities including Windsor and Thunder Bay experienced a rate of job creation below the national average.
Three of the province's CMAs experienced employment growth at less than half the national average.
The proportion of Albertans age 65 and over will reach 18.8 per cent by 2040.
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