alberta's finances

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Canada still relies on its wounded golden goose

Without Alberta’s net contributions, Canada would have racked up upwards of $100 billion more debt since 2014.


2:24PM
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Alberta’s finances still rapidly eroding

By 2022/23, the province will have accumulated an estimated $46.6 billion in net debt.


9:15AM
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Kenney buys another ticket for the resource roller-coaster
From 2014 to 2015, Alberta’s non-renewable resource revenue collapsed from $8.9 billion to $2.8 billion.

1:49PM
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Any ‘Fair Deal’ for Alberta requires fundamental rethink of fiscal federalism in Canada

Between 2007 and 2018, Alberta workers contributed a net $12.3 billion to employment insurance.


10:13AM
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Alberta’s reform budget in perspective

The budget includes a 1.6 per cent nominal spending reduction over four years.


9:50AM
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Alberta ready for another ride on the Resource Revenue Roller-coaster

Last year, the province ran a $6.7 billion operating deficit.


8:05AM
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Alberta’s era of fiscal complacency is over

The Kenney government plans to reduce spending by 1.6 per cent over four years.


4:28PM
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Alberta’s budget at a glance

Additional spending reductions would have created additional fiscal room for pro-growth tax reform.