She wants to know if he's breaking trade rules.
Some companies are taking the offer seriously.
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A new hospital, new schools and more money for seniors.
Notley noted the extra cost is due to the Fort McMurray wildfires last spring.
The economy contracted by 3.7 per cent.
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Finance Minister Joe Ceci calls the decision "disappointing."
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The combination of worsening economic conditions and the government's refusal to change course on spending means Alberta will rack up debt more quickly, with a projected budget deficit of $28.9 billion over the next three years. For context, that's roughly 50 per cent more than currently sits in the Heritage Fund, a "nest egg" that took decades to build.
The NDP government of Rachel Notley is showing the rest of Canada, and Newfoundland and Labrador in particular, that when tough times hit, we look after each other. Across the country, the Liberal government of Dwight Ball is showing no such compassion, bringing in tax hikes and service cuts that hurt those with the lowest incomes most.
Economists say a sales tax would help reduce the deficit.
"These are growing industries in our province."
The NDP plan to rewrite a law it passed last year.
"Interest payments will soon be the largest expense in government."
The deficit is due to a steep drop in oil revenue.
"There's a significant investment."