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Alberta’s economic recovery from the global pandemic and the oil price crisis far exceeded expectations last year, and the province’s growth will be at or near the top of all provinces this year.
Economic growth and job gains will help drive the province’s revenue up from an estimated $61.7 billion in 2021-22 to an estimated $63.9 billion in 2024-25.
Alberta is making the right investments. The fiscal plan provides the health-care system with more capacity, funds improved training and employment programs and helps employers fill their vacancies.
The 3-year plan will support tens of thousands of jobs and invest in strategic infrastructure projects that will expand capacity in the health system, support Albertans in developing their skills and attract private sector investment.
What Budget 2022 means for you
Budget 2022 continues to provide social supports for those who need them, including children, families, seniors and vulnerable Albertans. It will also make strategic investments in agriculture and the environment, help students overcome pandemic setbacks and get more Albertans working.
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Finance Minister Travis Toews provides details on Budget 2022.
- May 27, 2022
Almost 10,000 additional students will participate in high-demand post-secondary programs to meet labour market needs as part of the Alberta at Work initiative.
- May 27, 2022
The 2022 highway construction season is underway with nearly $1.4 billion being invested in 300 capital and highway improvement projects employing 12,000 Albertans.
- May 27, 2022
Albertans will soon be able to enjoy new water features at the Alberta legislature grounds after $20 million in renewal work is completed.
- May 25, 2022
Creating 100 new emergency medical services (EMS) positions and extending 70 temporary positions will put 19 new ambulances and five support vehicles on the streets.
- May 17, 2022
Alberta’s government is committed to attracting more big and small screen productions to Alberta, creating jobs and diversifying the economy.
- April 14, 2022
Alberta’s government is ensuring Albertans and their families will have access to a world-class culinary program at SAIT now and long into the future.
- April 7, 2022
President of Treasury Board and Minister of Finance Travis Toews issued the following statement on the federal government’s 2022 budget:
- April 3, 2022
Planning is underway for the AHS-owned, Covenant Health-operated facility that will bring new maternity and emergency medical services space to northern Alberta.
- March 31, 2022
A provincial funding boost for helicopter air ambulance operators will ensure Albertans continue to have quality and timely access to this life-saving service.
- March 25, 2022
Alberta’s government is continuing to address emergency medical services (EMS) issues by ensuring sustainable, long-term funding so STARS can continue to offer high-quality critical care for Albertans.