The person who wanted to limit access to some aspects of palliative care in Alberta will be responsible for determining how funding is spent on palliative care, potentially including end-of-life care.
And with lower demands driven by a still ongoing pandemic, we might not see oil prices rising significantly for some time.
We’ve received roughly the same amount in federal transfer payments over the last 13 years as we have royalties, with each of them bringing in a little over 15.5% of the total revenue.
10 industries generated 83.5% of corporate income tax revenue collected by the Alberta government in 2019. Guess which one didn’t make the list.
Personal income tax and transfer payments from Ottawa will be the largest sources of income for the UCP government this year. If it wasn’t for them, the provincial debt would be much higher.
The federal government announced upcoming changes to income support benefits it’s providing to Canadian workers. But something’s still missing.
Conservative governments cut expenses to save money from reduced revenues, because of their tax cuts, which are cut to increase profits for companies.
Last week, the federal government announced that they’d be sending nearly $2.7 million to Alberta for the Food Processing Development Centre.
Earlier this week, the provincial government announced that it’d be spending $4.5 million on mental health funding for first responders.
Tanya Fir released a statement last week regarding the jobs update from StatsCan. Given that she left out some information, I thought I’d take the liberty to respond.