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Budget 2015 sets a balanced direction for Alberta's future

Budget 2015

The Alberta government is investing in the programs and infrastructure Albertans needs, and setting a 10-year vision to have stable and affordable public services by 2025. This will be achieved by:

  • - bringing spending in line with the national average

  • - creating new revenue to reduce our reliance on volatile oil revenue

  • - using contingency savings to address fiscal challenges
  • Family leaving Fort McMurray community centre

    Families & communities

    Working families benefit from enhanced tax credits, communitiy programs, and services to support low-income Albertans.

  • Dump truck unloading asphalt for road paving

    Investing in infrastructure

    Building and maintaining roads, schools, hospitals and facilities is a Budget 2015 priority to meet Alberta's growing needs.

  • Elementary student working in classroom

    Helping students

    Support for K-12 and post-secondary education will prepare students of all ages and career paths as working Albertans, innovators and community leaders.

Your Alberta on YouTube

President of Treasury Board and Minister of Finance Robin Campbell speaks to media about Alberta's Budget 2015.


  • Mar 26, 2015

    Budget 2015 news conference with Minister Campbell

  • Mar 25, 2015

    Telephone town hall with Premier Prentice and Minister Campbell

  • Mar 24, 2015

    Premier Prentice address: Alberta Looks Ahead


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