alberta government debt

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1990s put Alberta’s fiscal problems into alarming perspective

As a share of the provincial economy, Alberta's recent deficits are larger than those incurred in the early ’90s.


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Kenney government must learn from Alberta’s fiscal freefall

Both B.C. and Saskatchewan now carry less per-person provincial government debt than Alberta.


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Kenney government must learn from fiscal mistakes—and successes—of the past

Alberta's deficit this year will be the largest in history, relative to the size of the provincial economy, at 6.9 per cent of GDP.


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Alberta’s reign as Canada’s fiscal leader is over—and Albertans will pay the price

Alberta is projected to experience the largest increase in per-person net debt of any province from 2007/08 to 2020/21.


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Kenney can’t become complacent about Alberta’s government debt

The province's net debt will reach a projected $63.5 billion in 2020/21.


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Alberta’s finances—back to the ’90s?

The province expects a $15.5 billion budget deficit next year.


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Alberta’s government debt was unsustainable—before COVID

The Alberta government projects a $24.2 billion budget deficit in 2020/21.


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Alberta should better align government-sector compensation with the private sector

Government workers in Alberta received 9.3 per cent more (on average) in wages than their private-sector counterparts.