The province's top combined income tax rate increased from 39 per cent in 2014 to 48 per cent today.
In 2015, the government replaced the single-rate personal income tax with five tiers that include a top rate of 15 per cent.
In 2016, the Trudeau government added a new top personal federal income tax rate, increasing the top rate to 33 per cent.
Canada's equalization program cost Alberta taxpayers approximately $3.1 billion in 2017.
The province's corporate income tax rate would drop from 12 per cent to 8 per cent.
The Trudeau government created a new top tax bracket that raised the top federal rate to 33 per cent.
The top combined personal income tax rate in Alberta is now 48 per cent compared to 39 per cent in 2014.
The most successful deficit-elimination efforts in recent Canadian history featured shorter timelines.