alberta budget

10:10AM
Printer-friendly version
The Chretien Consensus includes prudent spending, balanced budgets, declining debt and competitive taxes.

8:47AM
Printer-friendly version

In 2012/13 when oil prices averaged more than US$97 a barrel (inflation adjusted), the province still ran a $3.1 billion deficit.


1:39PM
Printer-friendly version

Alberta ran seven deficits in the past eight fiscal years when oil prices averaged $88 per barrel.


2:01AM
Printer-friendly version
Per person program spending in Alberta grew by 49 per cent compared to 37 per cent in Texas.

11:06AM
Printer-friendly version

According to the annual report, the province’s operating deficit for the year was $6.4 billion—about $300 million more than projected by the Notley government.


1:09PM
Printer-friendly version

Alberta projects a budget deficit of $28.9 billion over the next three years.