‘Prudent’ oil boom spending would have left Alberta with surplus, despite crude crash, report says

‘Prudent’ oil boom spending would have left Alberta with surplus, despite crude crash, report says

Published on October 9, 2015

CALGARY—With the significant drop in oil prices over the past 14 months, the Alberta government has been sent scrambling to secure further sources of revenue in the face of a $5.9 billion deficit...

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