Budget

Budget 2018 builds a diversified economy, protects vital public services and sets a path to return to balance — a recovery built to last.

Services and information

  • Overview of highlights and significant changes in this year's provincial budget.
  • Projected government revenue from taxes, non-renewable resources, federal transfers, investment income and other sources.
  • Detailed Alberta government budget documents, quarterly updates and economic statements, organized by fiscal year.
  • The budget explains the government's financial plans for the year, and is debated and passed in the legislature.

Budget highlights

  • Extending the recovery to all Albertans by diversifying our economy, creating jobs and protecting services families depend on.
  • Fighting for market access, adding value to our energy products and supporting new and developing industries.
  • Making sure loved ones get the care they need, young people get the best education possible and no one is left behind.
  • Investing tax dollars where they are needed most, eliminating waste and controlling spending to return to balance by 2023-24.

Budget details

  • Projected government revenue from taxes, non-renewable resources, federal transfers, investment income and other sources.
  • Detailed Alberta government budget documents, quarterly updates and economic statements, organized by fiscal year.
  • Read the speech delivered by Finance Minister Joe Ceci to introduce the provincial government's 2018 budget.
  • The budget explains the government's financial plans for the year, and is debated and passed in the legislature.

Quarterly updates

Details of the government's 2018-19 year-end report (June 28, 2019):

Supplementary and Interim Supply Estimates

Because the 2019-20 fiscal year began without a passed budget, funding has been requested from April 1 to November 30, 2019 to keep the government operating until a full budget can be developed and passed. Approval has also been requested for additional funding to meet contractual obligations for the 2018-19 fiscal year, which ended on March 31, 2019.

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