The province eliminated its rainy-day account in 2007/08.
The province's per-person spending increased from roughly $10,029 in 2005/06 to $13,831 in 2015/16.
The province's massive budget deficit continues a trend that started well before the pandemic.
Alberta hopes to mirror Saskatchewan’s successful wait time-reduction.
Bill C-69 will add more subjective criteria to an already onerous regulatory process.
Health reform lessons can be learned from Saskatchewan.
In Saskatchewan, wait times for patients waiting more than three months for surgery dropped by 75 per cent.
The best way to help Alberta’s economy is to enhance the province's competitiveness and attractiveness for investment and entrepreneurship.