Saskatchewan increased government-sector employment by just 2.1 per cent—one-tenth of Alberta’s growth rate.
Prior to the Notley government tax changes, Alberta’s corporate tax rate was the lowest in Canada.
Alberta now has a net debt position of $30 billion.
Province’s unemployment rate has hit nine per cent.
As oil royalties have fallen, Albertans have endured multiple tax hikes and a S&P downgrade.
The province's new top personal income tax rate is now higher than B.C.'s rate.
When the new federal top tax rate takes effect, Alberta will have one of the highest top rates in North America.