For some Albertan families, the cost of the new regulations could eclipse $2,260 annually.
In 2030, the new regulations, combined with the carbon tax, will increase the cost of gasoline by up to 54 cents.
According to estimates, the carbon tax will result in nearly 1,000 job losses in the province in 2030.
In 2017, the average Canadian family with two or more people will pay $47,135 in total taxes.
Premier Jim Prentice dropped hints for months that the 2015 provincial budget was a once-in-a-generation chance to “fix” Alberta’s finances.