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The Alberta Government is conducting consultations with industry stakeholders on the private automobile insurance system.
With the strongest balance sheet in the country, the Alberta government maintained nearly $50 billion in provincially owned net assets, despite the continued economic downturn and declining revenue due to the volatile price of oil.
Remuneration of higher-income earners and board members at public-sector bodies will begin to be posted online.
Today the government introduced Bill 19, Reform of Agencies, Boards and Commissions Compensation Act, to address consistency and fairness in executive compensation levels.
President of Treasury Board and Minister of Finance Joe Ceci issued the following statement about Moody’s credit downgrade.
Finance Minister Joe Ceci will travel to Toronto and New York City to promote the Alberta Jobs Plan to investors and credit rating agencies.
Beginning in January 2017 to coincide with the introduction of an economy-wide price on carbon, low and middle income families and individuals will be eligible for rebates to help them adjust.
President of Treasury Board and Minister of Finance Joe Ceci issued the following statement about Alberta’s DBRS credit downgrade.
Cutting the small business tax rate by one third reinforces Alberta businesses’ overall tax advantage compared to other provinces in Canada.
Budget 2016 moves Alberta forward
"The Alberta Jobs Plan protects health care, education and the vital public services that Albertans count on."
The Government of Alberta has appointed Stan Magidson as Chair and Chief Executive Officer of the Alberta Securities Commission. Mr. Magidson will provide a wealth of experience and strong leadership to the ASC.
A renewed 10-year funding agreement with Horse Racing Alberta will help ensure the viability of Alberta’s horse racing industry and reflects government’s focus on responsibly managing provincial finances during the economic downturn.
Albertans will have the opportunity to share their ideas and priorities about the economy and the upcoming Budget 2016 directly with Premier Rachel Notley and Finance Minister Joe Ceci.
Economic diversification, job creation and strong family supports dominated conversation at the Budget 2016 town hall hosted by the Premier and Finance Minister.
Alberta faces a significant budget shortfall as oil prices continue to collapse – to the lowest levels in more than a decade – causing a substantial hit to government revenue.
The Alberta government is providing another opportunity for public input as it prepares Budget 2016.
A report from DBRS reaffirms the significant impact the drop in global commodity prices has had on Albertans and this province.
Joe Ceci, President of Treasury Board and Minister of Finance, issued the following statement in response to Moody’s Investor Services’ decision to re-affirm Alberta’s AAA credit rating but assign Alberta a negative outlook.
Today’s Standard & Poor’s report underlines the strength of Alberta’s fiscal management – and the consequences of the steep current drop in the global price of oil on our economy and finances.