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    Minister Travis Toews

    Travis Toews was appointed President of Treasury Board and Minister of Finance on April 30, 2019.

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    Associate Minister Grant Hunter

    Grant Hunter was appointed Associate Minister of Red Tape Reduction on April 30, 2019.

Our responsibilities

The Ministry of Treasury Board and Finance focuses on:

  • accountability
  • 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.

In focus

Budget 2021

Alberta’s budget is focused on protecting lives and livelihoods, investing in health care, preparing for recovery and spending responsibly.

We gathered ideas on ways to cut red tape to make life easier for hard-working Albertans and businesses.

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.

Latest news

  • Apr 21, 2021

    Alberta’s government is getting students the training they need to better understand saving, budgeting, spending and investing.

  • Apr 19, 2021

    President of Treasury Board and Minister of Finance Travis Toews issued the following statement on the federal government’s 2021-22 budget:

  • Apr 08, 2021

    Alberta’s government has reduced red tape by more than 15 per cent and is well on its way to meeting the commitment of a one-third reduction by 2023.

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