The more money you make in Alberta, the better off you are come tax time, compared to the other provinces.
In 2017, the NDP announced a new continuing care facility in Calgary. Last month, construction finally started. It was supposed to be built by now.
When Jason Kenney and Tyler Shandro announced a $200 million increase to continuing care funding last week, they left out a few details.
Last week, Jason Kenney announced what he referred to a “historic investment in health care”. Here’s why that’s misleading.
How involved did Alberta get with this pipeline, and where do things sit now that the pipeline was cancelled?
More debt. Fewer jobs. Less tax revenue.
After discovering about $108 million in unspent childcare subsidy funds, the UCP government recently announced a one-time benefit
The CTF has created a new political action committee to sway voters on the equalization formula this October.
The UCP have borrowed nearly $18 billion a year, 20% more than the NDP borrowed.
Of that, $98,783.96 went to just one person.