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Resource revenue drove Alberta’s huge fiscal turnaround in 2021-22

In Research by Michael Rae

Author: Tegan Hill Alberta’s fiscal improvement is good news, but without significant policy changes, it will only last so long as commodity prices stay high.Read more about Resource revenue drove Alberta’s huge fiscal turnaround in 2021-22Tags: resource revenuesresource revenuealberta deficitalberta revenuesalberta government financesalberta government spending Read More – The Fraser Institute

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Ottawa’s unnecessary deficit-spending hurts economic growth

In Research by Michael Rae

Authors: Conrad EderJake Fuss So-called “stimulus spending” displaces future private spending and reduces future economic growth.Read more about Ottawa’s unnecessary deficit-spending hurts economic growth Tags: federal deficitsbudget deficitdeficit spendingfederal government debtfederal debt Read More – The Fraser Institute

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Alberta government increased program spending by $4 billion in three months

In Research by Michael Rae

Author: Tegan Hill The province’s revenue will likely be even higher than forecast in Budget 2022.Read more about Alberta government increased program spending by $4 billion in three monthsTags: alberta’s financesalberta debtresource revenuesalberta financesalberta government debtalberta government finances Read More – The Fraser Institute

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Comparing Canada’s health-care system with other countries, Part 3: Access to Resources

In Research by Michael Rae

Authors: Mackenzie MoirBacchus Barua Canada ranked last on timely access to specialty and surgical care.Read more about Comparing Canada’s health-care system with other countries, Part 3: Access to ResourcesTags: health-care costsaccess to health careuniversal health carehealth-carehealthcare performancehealthcareaccess to medical services Read More – The Fraser Institute