alberta's debt

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Alberta’s budget at a glance

Additional spending reductions would have created additional fiscal room for pro-growth tax reform.


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Kenney government should discard ‘wait and hope’ budget strategy

Government revenues in all provinces—but especially Alberta—are unpredictable.


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Balance Alberta’s budget sooner—limit growth of debt interest costs

Alberta's per-person debt-service costs may hit $655 by 2020/21.


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Oil’s rising—Alberta, bank those resource revenues

Norway's Sovereign Wealth Fund is now worth US$1 Trillion.


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Alberta’s smaller than anticipated deficit shouldn’t lead to complacency

The province's debt interest costs were more than $400 per person in 2018/19.


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Notley government doubles-down on the resource rollercoaster

Alberta buys yet another ticket to ride the resource rollercoaster.


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Equalization makes for a handy scapegoat, but successive Alberta governments have no one to blame but themselves for the province’s fiscal problems.