A Conversation With Albertans
Albertans expect their government to
- invest in families and communities
- build Alberta's economic future
- manage resource development in a responsible way
Investing in families and communities
Our government invests in families and communities, and the things that make them strong, including public safety, culture and the arts, and supports for seniors and those who are vulnerable
Primary health care
Premier Redford and her MLA team are fanning out to communities across the province this summer to talk face-to-face with Albertans about enhancing the health system to fit communities' unique needs.
Create up to 140 family care clinics in communities across the province.
Building Alberta's economic future
A strong economy is fueled by education and entrepreneurship, and rests on a solid fiscal foundation.
Albertans know that depending on unpredictable energy royalties creates boom and bust cycles. We've already taken some positive steps, such as saving money in the Sustainability Fund when times were good to use when times were bad. Now we need to take the next steps to get off the roller coaster for good. Learn more about the government's budget process and how it manages its savings funds, so you can be ready to be part of the conversation to help set priorities for Budget 2013.
Budget consultations will begin this fall.
Education and entrepreneurship
Create strategies to encourage more Albertans to graduate high school
Encourage more Albertans to pursue post-secondary education
Increase the number of made-in-Alberta innovations
See more business start-ups
Managing resource development in a responsible way
Future generations depend on us to take care of the land and be responsible managers of the resource industries that sustain our economy.
Streamline the regulatory system to focus on the things that really matter
Implement a world-class monitoring system
Complete regional plans that balance development with preservation of the land