Government is taking action to reduce expenses and create a long-term sustainable fiscal plan.
Guided by 10 Fiscal Principles and a matching 10-year vision, Budget 2015 includes 5-year fiscal and capital plans showing Albertans the long-term approach government is taking.
Budget 2015 balances spending restraint with revenue enhancements, and will use contingency saving to address the province's fiscal challenge.
Download the complete Fiscal Plan (PDF, 154 pages)
Download the 5-year Capital Plan (PDF, 10 pages)
Vision for the future
Alberta's vision is to have stable and affordable public services by 2025, by saving responsibly and creating a legacy of advantage and opportunity for future generations.
Changes to government spending outlined in the budget will bring per capita spending closer to the national average. This will be done over the next 3 to 4 years while protecting core services and ensuring access for those in need.
Revenue and tax changes
Alberta will create more long-term revenue stability by lessening our reliance on volatile oil prices. Budget 2015 proposes several tax measures. These changes will protect lower-income Albertans and maintain Alberta's standing as the lowest tax jurisdiction in Canada.
Join Premier Prentice and ministers to talk about Budget 2015 and other important topics during a series of telephone town halls.
March 25 and 30 at 6 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Dial in toll-free at 1-855-269-4484, or wait by your landline for our call.
President of Treasury Board and Minister of Finance Robin Campbell speaks to media about the 2015 Alberta budget.
Recent new releases
- Budget 2015 sets a balanced direction for Alberta's future (Mar 26, 2015)
- Alberta to fix fiscal foundation (Mar 26, 2015)
- Efficient spending supports economic growth, diversity (Mar 26, 2015)