The province's spending is projected to increase by $664 million over the next three years.
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The province's resource revenue is expected to increase from $3.3 billion in 2020/21 to $13.7 billion in 2021/22.
Canada's productivity growth and levels of business investment have been lacklustre for decades.
Taxes and pricing allow for ongoing assessments and refinement of control over time.
The NDP election platform called for per-person spending to reach $11,446 in 2022/23.
On average, couples with children in the bottom 20 per cent pay $318 per year more than they did previously.
With respect to employment, Alberta’s was the most diversified economy in Canada in 2020.
Rules that impose mandatory fiscal discipline help produce better and more responsible fiscal outcomes.
The Czech Republic has the highest per-capita GDP among former eastern bloc countries.
In 2015, the federal government scrapped plans to increase the age of eligibility for OAS and GIS.
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