February 25, 2022
Finance Minister Travis Toews tabled the 2022 Alberta provincial budget on February 24, 2022.
With a plan to move toward record health funding and the Alberta at Work initiative – a collection of new post-secondary education, skills training and employment programs aimed at getting Albertans back to work – Alberta’s budget projects a surplus of $500 million for 2022/23, $900 million for 2023/24 and $700 million for 2024/25 fiscal years, respectively. Read more here.
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