COVID-19 Updates: Taking steps to return to normal.
The Ministry of Treasury Board and Finance focuses on:
- financial management
- human resource and communications leadership
- regulation of Alberta’s liquor, gaming, cannabis, financial, securities, insurance and pensions sectors
Monitoring the environment in which the ministry operates is essential to successfully meet the needs of government and Albertans.
The ministry consists of the Department of Treasury Board and Finance, together with Communications and Public Engagement, the Public Service Commission and 9 provincial agencies. The ministry also administers 9 regulated funds.
- List of public agencies
- Personal information bank directories
- Media inquiries
- Ministry staff directory
- Tax and levy payments and administration
Budget 2022 is moving Alberta forward by building health system capacity, getting more Albertans working, and balancing the budget.
Corporate income tax
Corporations are required to file a corporate income tax return with Tax and Revenue Administration in addition to Canada Revenue Agency.
Information for individuals and pension plan administrators from the Alberta Superintendent of Pensions and the Pension Policy branch.
Information for consumers and industry from the Alberta Superintendent of Insurance.
- May 20, 2022
President of Treasury Board and Minister of Finance Travis Toews issued the following statement on Alberta’s recent credit rating updates:
- May 12, 2022
Minister of Finance and President of Treasury Board Travis Toews issued the following statement about a new collective agreement between Alberta Health Services (AHS) and the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees – Auxiliary Nursing (AUPE–AN):
- May 06, 2022
Minister of Finance and President of Treasury Board Travis Toews issued the following statement about contract negotiations with the Teachers’ Employer Bargaining Association (TEBA) and the Alberta Teachers’ Association (ATA):