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A Time to Reap; Re-investing in Alberta's Public Services

Research Report by Parkland Institute Committee on Alberta's Finances

This report advocates improving the many public service areas that were subject to budget cuts a decade ago in the interests of improving Alberta's debt. With extensive empirical evidence the study considers the advantageous position of Alberta's economy and financial situation as well as the social conditions that have been created by budget cutbacks. Finally this report points to a lack of accountability of government expenditures and makes recommendations to improve specific public services.

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Policy Publication Details

Author(s): Parkland Institute Committee on Alberta's Finances;
Publisher: Parkland Institute [ Visit Website ]
Year Published: 2004; Publisher Type: Research Institute
Publicly Available: Yes Research Focus: Provincial;
Registration Required: No Language: English
Payment Required: No Publication Format: Adobe PDF

Subjects / Categories:

Policy Articles / Education / Funding
Policy Articles / Fiscal & Budgetary / Federal & Provincial Budget
Policy Articles / Health Care / Funding
Policy Articles / Public Administration / Accountability
Policy Articles / Economy / Provincial Economy
Policy Articles / Economy / Provincial Economy / 2004
Policy Articles / Education / Funding / 2004
Policy Articles / Fiscal & Budgetary / Federal & Provincial Budget / 2004
Policy Articles / Health Care / Funding / 2004
Policy Articles / Public Administration / Accountability / 2004
Policy Articles / Economy
Policy Articles / Education
Policy Articles / Fiscal & Budgetary
Policy Articles / Health Care
Policy Articles / Public Administration


Keywords / Tags:

Alberta; provincial budget; healthcare; education; food bank; child poverty; homelessness; social welfare; Economic and Fiscal policy in Alberta; government accountability; poverty; employment; wages and benefits.;