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President of Treasury Board and Minister of Finance Travis Toews issued the following statement on the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees’ (AUPE’s) rejection of Alberta Health Services’ (AHS’) proposal to delay labour negotiations:
President of Treasury Board and Minister of Finance Travis Toews issued the following statement on United Nurses of Alberta’s rejection of Alberta Health Services’ proposal to delay labour negotiations:
Alberta’s 2021 Capital Plan spends $20.7 billion over three years to create 90,000 jobs and protect Albertans’ livelihoods as part of Alberta’s Recovery Plan.
Budget 2021 protects Albertans’ lives and livelihoods with a significant investment in health care while positioning the province for economic recovery with a continued focus on the efficient delivery of government services.
Budget 2021 continues to provide critical social supports for children, families, seniors and vulnerable Albertans to help them through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Protecting Albertans from COVID-19 continues to be the government’s top priority and Budget 2021 includes $1.25 billion specifically to fight the pandemic.
Budget 2021’s careful approach to spending and strong fiscal anchors will mean more investment in priority areas like health care and economic recovery.
Budget 2021 outlines how Alberta’s government is making strategic investments in natural resources and the environment to prepare for economic recovery and create good jobs for thousands of Albertans.
Budget 2021 prepares Alberta for a strong economic recovery with investments to diversify the post-pandemic economy.
In Budget 2021, Alberta’s government will continue to provide steady funding for kindergarten to Grade 12 education and will implement performance-based funding for post-secondary institutions.
Budget 2021’s Capital Plan invests almost $21 billion over three years to boost Alberta’s economy and create 90,000 new jobs.
President of Treasury Board and Minister of Finance Travis Toews issued the following statement on Government’s response to the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees (AUPE’s) recent complaint to the Alberta Labour Relations Board.
The Canadian Federation of Independent Business has upgraded Alberta to an A from last year’s B-minus for its red tape reduction efforts.
President of Treasury Board and Minister of Finance Travis Toews issued the following statement on the agreement between nurses and Alberta Health Services to provide additional COVID-related supports and delay bargaining until March 31, 2021:
Albertans can help plan the next budget by participating in upcoming telephone town halls.
Alberta’s mid-year update shows improvement under responsible fiscal management in the face of the pandemic.
President of Treasury Board and Minister of Finance Travis Toews issued the following statement on the request from the United Nurses of Alberta (UNA) for a seven per cent pay increase:
The first annual report on red tape reduction highlights key initiatives that have eased the regulatory burden in Alberta, saving Albertans more than $476 million.
Common-sense changes to legislation will cut red tape by making it easier for businesses to operate – saving job creators time and money.
President of Treasury Board and Minister of Finance issued the following statement about the negotiations between the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees (AUPE) and the Alberta Public Service (APS):