Last week Kinder Morgan projected that the Trans Mountain pipeline project could be a year behind schedule.
The $10.3 billion deficit the province plans to run this year is just shy of the provincial record of $10.8 billion set last year.
PBO report contradicts Trudeau government claims.
Ratings agency DBRS has downgraded Alberta’s credit rating from AA (high) to AA.
As the economic role of government expanded in 20th century Canada, governments lost sight of the law of diminishing returns.
The PBO has given the Notley government another warning that spending is badly out of line with revenue.
B.C.’s climate change programs violate sound economic reasoning.
Minimum wage hikes result in low-skilled workers being less likely to find employment at an automatable job.
Through two years, the Notley government has increased spending by 11 per cent.