Between 2008/09 and 2019/20, the province's net debt increased by $71.8 billion.
Albertans will likely vote on equalization in October.
Provincial program spending increased from $8,012 in 1999/00 to $10,618 by 2006/07.
As a share of the provincial economy, Alberta's recent deficits are larger than those incurred in the early ’90s.
Alberta's deficit this year will be the largest in history, relative to the size of the provincial economy, at 6.9 per cent of GDP.
The province expects a $15.5 billion budget deficit next year.
Alberta's net government debt will reach a projected $90.1 billion by 2022/23.
The cost of servicing the province’s debt has increased to more than $2 billion.
Canada's equalization program cost Alberta taxpayers approximately $3.1 billion in 2017.