Alberta Families at Risk of Too Much Stress
Alberta Minister of Environment and Water Diana McQueen has promised public consultations in 2012 regarding how to reform the province’s water allocation system. This report challenges the market model proposed to date, and suggests workable alternatives for water in Alberta.
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.
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?
Fair and Sustainable Solutions to Alberta's Revenue Problems
This report sets out to answer how can we raise the revenues we need to cut our dependence on oil and gas? It explores what revenues Alberta currently brings in, how this revenue compares to other jurisdictions, what policy choices are possible and their effects on the budget.
Real Increases Have Been Moderate
Athabasca River Knowledge, Use and Change
Extraordinary Profits in Alberta's Oil and Gas Industry
Risks and Opportunities Report 2
Financing the Priorities of Calgarians
Based on Calgarians' stated infrastructure and social priorities, this report considers the City's options for paying for those priorities justly and sustainably. We highlight infrastructure and social spending benefits, privatization costs, and issues around property taxes.