This marks two months of repeated closures in multiple communities, primarily in rural Alberta.
The UCP have borrowed nearly $17 billion a year since being in power, 36% more than the NDP borrowed.
He left out some details that I thought I’d clarify.
Even though population is increasing at 1.2% a year, inflation is increasing at 1.6% a year, and more health and education facilities will be opening up over the next two year.
The emergency department lacked on-site physician coverage for over 200 hours this month.
The main difference between a service performed by the public sector and the same service performed by the private sector is that the latter must generate a profit. That profit has 2 financial effects: it drives up prices or it drives down quality, which the purpose of either is to increase the profits generated. And […]
If passed, the referendum ultimately will change nothing for Alberta and will cost us over a million dollars in the process.
AHS recently reduced hospital surgical, emergency, and acute care services in 5 communities in northern and central Alberta because of physician and nursing shortages.
I recently found 50 years worth of data for fossil fuel royalty revenue in Alberta. Here’s what I found.
The province has paid out more than $1.8 billion in P3 debt to private contractors over the last 10 years.