Alberta regulation

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Premier Notley has a warped view of economic recovery in Alberta

Saskatchewan increased government-sector employment by just 2.1 per cent—one-tenth of Alberta’s growth rate.


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Investor concerns over uncertain regulatory enforcement have risen sharply since 2013.


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Time for regulatory reform in Alberta

Capital investment in Canadian oil and natural gas in 2017 was $45 billion, down 44 per cent compared to 2014.


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Investors steering clear of Canada’s energy sector in Alberta and beyond

The U.S. advantage over Canada is not surprising in light of recent U.S. tax cuts and deregulation.


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Ontario and Alberta have launched spending sprees and tax grabs that will seriously damage economic freedom.

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The Alberta government recently implemented a series of policy changes that will leave Albertans materially less free. Given the clear link between economic freedom and prosperity, expect these changes to have negative long-term effects on living standards and economic opportunities across the province.