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Alberta government makes big promises for next budget—but proper execution is key

Since the Heritage Fund's inception, in most years the government has made no contributions to the fund.

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Alberta government should release its analysis of federal climate change policies

Ottawa's plan to reduce emissions would cost Alberta an estimated 80,000 jobs in 2030.

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What job recovery in Alberta?

Since July 2014, employment in Alberta’s government sector grew by 78,733 employees—a 21.5 per cent increase.

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The recent move by Kinder Morgan on the Trans Mountain pipeline was a massive blow to Canada’s investment attractiveness.

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Decentralization can lead to duplication of services and the layering of new taxes upon old ones.

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In reality, 50 per cent of minimum wage earners in Alberta live with parents or other relatives.

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The Notley government in Alberta took office facing severe fiscal challenges. Unfortunately, this week’s fiscal update from Alberta Finance Minister Joe Ceci shows that the new government’s early actions have made a bad fiscal situation worse.