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Government is hosting telephone town halls to listen to Albertans’ ideas and priorities for Budget 2020.
Associate Minister of Red Tape Reduction Grant Hunter issued the following statement regarding the Canadian Federation of Independent Business’s Golden Scissors Award:
The Canadian Federation of Independent Business has upgraded Alberta from an F to a B-minus for its work tackling red tape over the last seven months.
Associate Minister Grant Hunter has declared Jan. 20-24 Red Tape Reduction Awareness Week in Alberta.
Albertans are invited to share their opinions and suggestions for the upcoming budget.
President of Treasury Board and Minister of Finance Travis Toews issued the following statement about two arbitration decisions of no wage increases involving the Alberta Teachers Association and the United Nurses of Alberta.
Government has reduced Alberta’s corporate tax rate from 11 per cent to 10 per cent as part of the ongoing Job Creation Tax Cut.
The government has appointed an expert advisory committee to lead reform of Alberta’s automobile insurance system.
President of Treasury Board and Minister of Finance Travis Toews issued the following statement on the federal, provincial and territorial finance ministers’ meeting:
President of Treasury Board and Minister of Finance Travis Toews issued the following statement on Moody’s decision to revise Alberta’s credit rating:
President of Treasury Board and Minister of Finance Travis Toews issued the following statement about a required step in the collective bargaining process.
President of Treasury Board and Minister of Finance Travis Toews issued the following statement on his discussion with federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau:
The Government of Alberta is launching a small business industry panel to identify the unnecessary red tape holding back these jobs creators.
Bill 25, the Red Tape Reduction Implementation Act, 2019, would streamline overburdened processes and eliminate outdated rules.
Implementation of Budget 2019 continues as government introduces Bill 22, the Reform of Agencies, Boards and Commissions and Government Enterprises Act, 2019.
Travis Toews, President of Treasury Board and Minister of Finance, issued the following statement on the continuation of 2019 public-sector wage arbitrations:
Government has introduced two bills to implement parts of Budget 2019, keeping the commitment to get the province’s finances in order and Alberta back to work.
Budget 2019 stands up for Alberta to grow the economy, create good jobs and defend Alberta’s vital economic interests.
Budget 2019 protects Alberta’s core social services.
Budget 2019 boosts job creation and Alberta’s economy by supporting new investments and fostering a skilled workforce.