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Budget 2017 consultations

Albertans are invited to share their ideas and priorities as we prepare for Budget 2017.

Budget 2016

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Supporting Alberta families

Tax credits, programs and support for public services to help families during tough economic times 

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Climate change action

Reducing emissions and reinvesting in the economy – learn how the carbon levy will affect your family

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Diversifying our energy industry

Our plan to diversify our economy while building support for safe, responsible pipeline development 

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Supporting business

Alberta job creators supported by a small business tax cut, new tax credits, job training programs, and more

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Investing in infrastructure

The budget includes enhanced investment in infrastructure such as roads, schools and health facilities  

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Economic outlook

Alberta's economy is affected by factors like the global economy and population growth

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Revenue

Provincial revenue comes from sources such as taxes, non-renewable resource revenues, federal transfers and investment income

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Controlling costs

Budget 2016 delivers significant cost-savings, while protecting services families count on

News

Second quarter fiscal update

President of Treasury Board and Minister of Finance Joe Ceci provides details of the government’s 2016-17 second quarter fiscal update and economic statement.

Deficit steady, economy shows signs of stability

Alberta’s deficit is forecast to hold steady while a number of indicators point to a stabilization of the province’s economy.

Albertans asked for input into Budget 2017

Jan 09, 2017

Albertans are invited to share their ideas and priorities as government kicks off its 2017 budget consultations.

Tax credits to launch in the New Year

Dec 15, 2016

Bill 30, the Investing in a Diversified Alberta Economy Act, received royal assent on Dec. 9, establishing two tax credits that will propel diversification and job creation provincewide.

Deficit steady, economy shows signs of stability

Nov 28, 2016

Alberta’s deficit is forecast to hold steady while a number of indicators point to a stabilization of the province’s economy.

Government continues review of public agencies

Nov 09, 2016

The Alberta government is ensuring that public agencies, boards and commissions (ABCs) remain relevant, with legislation that would dissolve three agencies.

Tax credits to boost investment, create jobs

Nov 08, 2016

Bill 30, the Investing in a Diversified Alberta Economy Act, was introduced today to allow government to establish two tax credits that would drive innovation, diversification and job creation.