Health-care spending could consume 47 per cent of Alberta’s budget by 2030

Since 1998, health-care spending in Alberta has increased by 317.1 per cent—faster than in any other Canadian province—outpacing population growth, inflation, growth in government spending on other programs, and provincial economic growth. Subsequently, while health-care spending consumed 34.1 per cent of the province’s budget in 1998, it ended up consuming

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