Northern Albertans can join Premier Rachel Notley and Finance Minister Joe Ceci in a conversation about the province’s budget during a telephone town hall meeting Monday night. Monday’s telephone town hall meeting runs from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. […]
The Opposition Wildrose said Thursday that out-of-control spending, not low oil prices are to blame for what it calls the NDP’s broken balance sheet.
The Wildrose called on the government to immediately take steps to reduce spending, citing a new report from the Fraser Institute the Wildrose says confirms NDPspending rather than low oil prices is to blame for the province’s woes. […]
The government is inviting Albertans to share their priorities and other ideas on the 2017 budget. Albertans are encouraged to provide their comments and suggestions over the next few weeks as the government prepares for Budget 2017.
Minister of Finance Joe Ceci will host meetings with community leaders and the public while visiting towns and cities around the province. […]
The average Morinville homeowner can expect to pay $20 more next year for their property taxes. After over a month of the Town’s new budget process, the Town now has its 2017 Operating Budget, and Long-Range Capital Plan passed. […]
Few people attended Morinville’s Budget 2017 Open House on November 2.
Residents had the opportunity to see presentations made by the Town’s Administration during the afternoon that day; however, according to the Town’s Corporate Communications Officer, Felicity Bergman, only two people attended. […]
Council unanimously passed First Reading of their 2017 Budget very quickly Oct. 25 following only a couple clarifying questions from Council. This is typical of First Readings, where councillors do not offer amendments or debate beyond clarifying the intent of the document. Many budget amendments are commonplace in this Council’s term and may come forward during Second and Third Reading. […]