Earlier this month, Rob Roach, an economist with ATB Economics, posted the following tweet: Doug Schweitzer, Alberta’s economy minister, was pretty happy to see the tweet and even retweeted it. He wasn’t the only one though. His own press secretary did, too, as did the press secretary for the health minister, the press secretary for […]
Last week, the Alberta government announced that they’d selected the vendor to construction the Lethbridge recovery community. I wrote about this project back in July 2020, shortly after the government announced that Lethbridge would be one of several locations to get a recovery community. Recovery communities generally focus on holistic lifestyle changes, rather than, say, […]
The UCP government recently announced roughly $4 million for 3 colleges, but that’s after years of cutting 4 times that much from their operational funding.
The Alberta government recently announced over $8M for a University of Calgary vet programme, but that comes after they cut over $100M in operational funding for the U of C.
Even though total production has been higher under the UCP, the pace at which it has grown has slowed.
That’s the worst performance of all the provinces during the same period.
Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba accounted for 2 out of every 3 Indigenous people admitted into custody last year.
Jason Kenney recently claimed that Alberta’s oil and gas industry is recovering fast. Is it true?
Alberta’s health minister and seniors minister recently tweeted about about Alberta exports. Except what they said was misleading.
Alberta was the only Canadian province to see its median weekly wages decrease over the last 10 years, when adjusted for inflation.