All resource revenue is typically included in the budget, creating volatility in provincial finances.
The costs included agricultural subsidies and tax credits for natural gas drilling.
A majority of respondents in the province believe the average family should pay 25 per cent or less of its income in total taxes.
It would be irresponsible for the Smith government to repeat the mistakes of past governments.
Alberta’s government-sector workers enjoy a 9.3 per cent wage premium over their private-sector counterparts.
From 2008/09 to 2020/21, the province's net financial position deteriorated by almost $100 billion.
The government should save some natural resource revenue to protect against future increases in debt.
The province is currently experiencing a windfall of resource revenue.
The province's revenue will likely be even higher than forecast in Budget 2022.