The province's net financial debt will climb by $35.4 billion between now and 2019/20.
By 2018/19, the cost of servicing Alberta’s provincial debt will roughly double to $2 billion.
By 2016/17, Alberta’s debts exceeded its financial assets for the first time since 2000/2001.
Alberta ran deficits even before oil prices fell.
By 2018/19, net debt will reach $33.2 billion—about $7,500 for every Albertan.