Tegan Hill

Associate Director, Alberta Policy, Fraser Institute

Tegan Hill is Associate Director, Alberta Policy at the Fraser Institute. She holds a Bachelor of Economics and a Master’s Degree in Public Policy from the University of Calgary. Ms. Hill’s articles have appeared in major Canadian newspapers including the Globe and Mail, National Post, and Ottawa Citizen. She specializes in government spending, taxation, and debt.

Recent Research by Tegan Hill

— Oct 17, 2023
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It’s Time to Get Off the Resource Revenue Rollercoaster

There’s time to get off the resource revenue rollercoaster: Re-establishing the Alberta Sustainability Fund is a new study that finds with spending restraint, Alberta can re-introduce a rainy-day fund worth $9.8 billion by 2025/26 that could help insulate the province’s budget from swings in resource revenue.

— Jun 27, 2023
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Fiscal Waste During the Pandemic in Canada and the United States

Fiscal Waste During the Pandemic in Canada and the United States is a new essay in the Fraser Institute’s series on the COVID-19 pandemic. It finds that the total cost of the Ottawa’s wasteful COVID spending—money that was poorly targeted or sent to ineligible recipients—will eclipse $110 billion by 2032/33, partly as a result of higher debt interest costs. In the United States, the total cost of wasted COVID spending will exceed $1.5 trillion over the next ten years.