Why the province has no clear path to a new $3.3 billion provincial budget

In August, Alberta Premier Alison Redford unveiled her first-ever budget, promising to create a new province-wide plan for infrastructure funding.

But the province’s $3 billion in 2018/19 spending has been largely hidden from public view.

The province is on track to run a $2.4 billion deficit in 2021/22, according to a provincial audit.

And it’s unclear how many jobs are available in the province.

“Alberta is the biggest economy in Canada and a very important economy for the province,” says Daniel R. Friesen, the CEO of Alberta Infrastructure Canada.

“We need to be sure we are investing where we can, and we need to make sure we have a clear, effective, predictable plan to meet the needs of the economy.”

Friese says the province needs to focus on three key areas to address the province-to-economy gap: transportation, transportation infrastructure, and transportation.

“It’s a really good opportunity for Alberta to show that it’s really focused on the needs and needs of all Albertans,” Friesesen says.

“In order to do that, we have to do a lot of work with the public sector, we need better communications, we’ve got to work on the infrastructure.”

But there’s a lot more to infrastructure spending than just infrastructure.

Fryingen says the government should take a broader look at the entire economy.

“I think that the best way to do it is not just to have a look at what’s going on in the transportation sector, but what’s happening in the energy sector, the food industry, all the things that we do in the economy,” he says.

Fryesen points to a major challenge facing Alberta today.

“The world economy is changing,” he explains.

Frieden says Alberta needs to look at how it can be the first province to develop a digital infrastructure strategy. “

There’s an economic shift going on, which is not going to be a good thing for Alberta, and so we’re going to have to be ready for that.”

Frieden says Alberta needs to look at how it can be the first province to develop a digital infrastructure strategy.

“At the end of the day, it’s not just the transportation infrastructure,” he argues.

“Transportation infrastructure is where the bulk of the value is generated, and it’s where you get the bulk in jobs and in income.”

Fryinge says that’s where Alberta’s spending should be focused.

“For example, we should focus on all the transportation systems, and that means we should have a plan for the highway and road system.

We should have the planning for the air transportation system.

And then you should focus a lot on the transportation and infrastructure sectors.””

If you’re going after the transportation system, you should have some sort of plan for it, too.

And then you should focus a lot on the transportation and infrastructure sectors.”