Budget 2018 builds a diversified economy, protects vital public services and sets a path to return to balance – a recovery built to last.
Budget 2018: A recovery built to lastExtending the recovery to all Albertans by diversifying our economy, creating jobs and protecting services families depend on.
Diversifying the economyFighting for market access, adding value to our energy products and supporting new and developing industries.
Protecting vital public servicesMaking sure loved ones get the care they need, young people get the best education possible and no one is left behind.
Returning to balanceInvesting tax dollars where they are needed most, eliminating waste and controlling spending to return to balance by 2023-24.
Economic outlookUpdated forecast and analysis of various economic indicators that show signs of how Alberta's economy is performing.
RevenueUpdated government projections of revenue from taxes, non-renewable resources, federal transfers and investment income.
Budget documentsDetailed Alberta government budget documents, quarterly updates and economic statements, organized by fiscal year.
Budget speechRead the speech delivered by Finance Minister Joe Ceci to introduce the provincial government's 2018 budget.
Budget processThe budget explains the government's financial plans for the year, and is debated and passed in the legislature.
Budget consultationsAlbertans provided their feedback to help shape and inform the provincial budget.
- Apr 13, 2018
Lakeland College will receive funding to complete major repairs to the exterior of its Trades Centre, helping students continue to train for good jobs.
- Apr 06, 2018
The first phase of city charters is now complete, giving Alberta’s two largest municipalities new tools to attract investment, provide services and address climate change.
- Apr 03, 2018
Northern Alberta’s forestry industry will see 170 new jobs as Tolko’s High Prairie mill reopens with support from the Capital Investment Tax Credit (CITC).
- Mar 29, 2018
The City of Lethbridge has been officially named host city of the 2020 Alberta Summer Games.
- Mar 29, 2018
The Tourism Growth Innovation Fund will help communities and non-profit tourism organizations create jobs and memorable travel experiences.