Due to the higher tax, the province will lose an estimated 30,544 jobs by 2030.
Alberta had the lowest top personal income tax bracket in North America in 2014—now it has the 10th highest.
Between fiscal years 2014/15 and 2018/19, Alberta’s net contribution to Confederation was $94.9 billion.
Government program spending will now reach an estimated $60.1 billion in 2020/21, about $13,550 per Albertan.
The Kenney government now faces a massive $24.2 billion budget deficit.
Without Alberta’s net contributions, Canada would have racked up upwards of $100 billion more debt since 2014.
Once you adjust for inflation and population growth, Alberta’s economy barely grew at all between 2008 and 2018.
Alberta’s scores dropped on all survey questions.
Alberta’s forecasted budget deficit for 2019/20 is $7.9 billion.