The 2019 Capital Plan invested $19.3 billion over 3 years. We are accelerating our already aggressive capital plan with a focus on infrastructure that advances jobs and economic growth. New projects announced in Budget 2020, worth an estimated $772.4 million over the next 3 years, will create opportunities for private sector participation and support more than 3,000 new jobs by 2022.

Download: Complete Capital Plan Chapter 2020-23 Fiscal Plan (PDF, 6.7 MB)

COVID-19 response: Capital maintenance and renewal increase

The Government of Alberta is doubling 2020-21 spending on capital maintenance and renewal from $937 million to $1.9 billion. This funding will stimulate job growth and support Alberta’s economy.

For more information, visit COVID-19 info for Albertans.

Budget 2020 Capital Plan by sector


Budget 2020 Capital Plan by sector
Note: Excludes schools, universities, colleges, hospitals (SUCH) sector - self financed investment

Funding highlights

The 2020-23 Capital Plan honours previous commitments to build and maintain key infrastructure projects and includes additional investments in health care facilities, schools and transportation networks.

$5.6 billion for direct municipal support

$2.7 billion for capital maintenance and renewal of public infrastructure

$2.5 billion for health facilities

$2.3 billion for roads and bridges

$1.5 billion for schools

$353 million for family social supports and housing

$288 million for post-secondary infrastructure

Details by ministry

Download the 2020-23 Capital Plan details by ministry document (PDF, 143 KB)

Budget documents

Budget 2020 Fiscal Plan (PDF, 6.7 MB)

Budget 2020 Highlights (PDF, 1.7 MB)

More budget information

A plan to get Albertans back to work, make life better and stand up for Alberta.

A summary of Alberta’s Budget 2020 economic forecast and analysis.

Revenue projections from taxes, transfers, investment income and resources.

Budget 2020 continues to optimize Alberta’s tax system.