Infrastructure Privatization and Accountability
Gender Gap Remains Among the Widest in the Nation
The Impacts of For-profit Ownership in Long-term Care
Alberta Families at Risk of Too Much Stress
Alberta's Taxes Are Too Low
According to the Alberta Government, “If Alberta had any other provincial tax system, Albertans and Alberta businesses would pay at least $11 billion more in taxes each year.” Why, when facing another deficit budget, and another round of cuts to critical programs, would Alberta give away $10.9 billion in potential revenue?
Corporate Profits and Taxes in Alberta
Alberta’s economy has seen tremendous economic growth, but the lion’s share of that growth has been benefiting private corporations.
Real Increases Have Been Moderate
A Trojan Horse for Expanding For-Profit Health Care
Alberta's provincial government has embarked on a new initiative to reform existing health legislation and create a new Alberta Health Act (AHA). There is a danger that the government is using the process to increase the role of private for-profit health care in Alberta.
Alberta Most Unequal Province in Canada
Alberta ranks last in Canada on a number of measures of women's economic equality. Alberta is also the only province where there is no voice for women, either through a ministry responsible for the status of women, women's directorate, or advisory council on the status of women.