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Alberta’s government continues to manage the province’s finances responsibly with the future in mind.
Albertans are invited to share their views as the government develops Budget 2024.
President of Treasury Board and Minister of Finance Nate Horner issued the following statement on the federal government’s fall economic statement:
President of Treasury Board and Minister of Finance Nate Horner issued the following statement following the Nov. 3 federal-provincial- territorial (FPT) meeting of finance ministers:
Proposed legislation would protect the pensions and benefits of Albertans and guarantee that the decision to pursue a provincial pension plan is theirs.
Proposed legislation would make it easier for public sector employers to retain and attract talent thanks to a new, flexible compensation governance model.
Amendments to provincial tax legislation would ensure Alberta’s tax laws remain clear and consistent.
New reforms will address the pressing issue of automobile insurance rates in the province as the government explores longer-term solutions.
Alberta’s government has introduced legislation that would protect Albertans and Alberta businesses against future income tax rate increases.
Engaging with Albertans on a potential Alberta Pension Plan | Discuter avec les Albertaines et les Albertains d’un éventuel régime de pension provincial
Albertans are invited to discuss the findings of a recent, independent report on a potential Alberta Pension Plan (APP).
Albertans will be able to review an independent report on the potential creation of an Alberta Pension Plan ahead of provincewide engagement.
President of Treasury Board and Minister of Finance Nate Horner issued the following statement on Alberta’s recent credit rating upgrade:
Finance Minister Nate Horner will travel to Toronto, Montreal and New York City to speak with investors about Alberta’s strong fiscal position following the 2023-24 first quarter fiscal update.
Alberta’s strong fiscal management continues to secure Alberta’s future.
Premier Danielle Smith has issued a mandate letter to President of Treasury Board and Minister of Finance Nate Horner calling on him to build on the solid foundation of stability, informed decision-making and good governance.
A solid end to 2022-23 secures Alberta’s long-term financial outlook and provides stability against future economic uncertainty.
Cabinet and Treasury Board have voted to extend the fuel tax pause through the remainder of the year, fulfilling a promise made by Premier Danielle Smith and the United Conservatives during the recent election campaign.
Alberta’s government is working with the Alberta Council of Imams and the Al Rashid Mosque to explore opportunities for Islamic compliant, or halal, financing.
President of Treasury Board and Minister of Finance Travis Toews issued the following statement on the federal carbon tax increase taking effect April 1:
President of Treasury Board and Minister of Finance Travis Toews issued the following statement on the federal government’s 2023-24 budget: