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Recent Research

A Basic Income for Alberta

This report looks at whether introducing a "basic income" is an effective policy response to address the changing nature of work, including increasing employment precarity, labour market restructuring, and job loss due to automation.

Alberta's Coal Phase-Out

A Just Transition?

This report analyzes Alberta’s coal phase-out and compares the transition programs for impacted workers and communities put in place by the Notley government to the key principles of the "just transition" literature.

Recent Blog Posts

Review of AHS a pro-privatization attack on workers

Last week Ernst & Young LLP released the review of Alberta Health Services commissioned by the UCP back in July. Parkland Institute research manager Alison McIntosh did a deep dive into the report and provides her thoughts on what the recommendations mean for health workers, Albertans, and the health care system as a whole.

Curriculum recommendations a move in the wrong direction

Last week the Alberta government's Curriculum Advisory Panel released a report containing 26 recommendations for moving curriculum forward in the province. Edmonton teacher Dan Scratch takes a look at what the impact of some of those recommendations would be on Alberta's classrooms, students, and teachers.

Alberta’s $15 minimum wage is good for workers and the economy

Parkland Institute research manager Ian Hussey writes about which Albertans have benefited from the $15 minimum wage and its impact on employment and hours of work.