Alberta’s economic recovery continues

Wednesday, January 23, 2019

For the second year in a row, Alberta led the country in economic growth.

More Albertans are working and job opportunities are growing, with more than 58,900 jobs created in the past year. Alberta continues to have the highest employment rate in the country and the highest weekly earnings, while paying the lowest taxes in Canada. On average, Albertans pay $11 billion less in taxes a year compared to the next lowest-taxed jurisdiction.

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