The 3 recent announcements come as the ministry tries to find ways to cut $140M and 277 jobs this year.
Two people were recently appointed to the Grande Prairie Regional College board of directors.
For nearly the entire time he’s been in office, Jason Kenney has insisted that the federal government hasn’t done enough to help Alberta.
Have you ever heard the saying, “When you’re used to privilege, equality feels like oppression”?
With privatized services, you’d be paying not only for the labour of those workers; you’d also be paying for the profits of the private companies providing the services.
Over 15% of those receiving income in Alberta make over $100,000 a year, the highest in the country.
It seems that banks and other creditors providing deferral periods for their clients actually worked. And a federal benefit probably helped, too.
Alberta gained 9,700 jobs last month—it’s smallest increase since the pandemic began—but the forestry, fishing, mining, quarrying, oil and gas sector lost 9,100.
Earlier this week, the Alberta government released a vision and strategy for the natural gas sector. Canada is the 4th highest producer of natural gas in the world, and about two thirds of that is produced within Alberta. The newly released vision and strategy is intended to include more than natural gas production and distribution. […]
Yesterday, the UCP government announced that for the first time, there were over 11,000 doctors registered to practice in Alberta.