Annual Reports, Consolidated Financial Statements, Measuring Up
In June, the government publishes its financial results, and reports on the general well-being and quality of life of Albertans in the Government and Ministry Annual Reports.
- Web page
- Complete Volume
(1.3 MB, 136 pages - or download sections below):
- Executive Summary
- 2014-15 Consolidated Financial Statements
(overall accounting of the government’s revenue and spending, and assets and liabilities)
- Measuring Up 2015
(report on the progress that has been made towards achieving the government’s goals)
- 2014-15 Ministry Annual Reports
(additional details on performance and financial results)
- 2014-15 Heritage Fund Annual Report
- Blue Book (selected payments for supplies and services by department)
- Grant Payments Disclosure
- Expenses Policies
- Alberta Government Flight Manifests
- MLA Payments
With the change of government in May 2015, an Appropriation (Interim Supply) Bill will be used to fund government operations until a new budget can be introduced in the fall of 2015. Appropriation - or Supply Bills - are what governments use to show their plans and activities to the Legislative Assembly. Every dollar spent by a government department must be approved through an Appropriation Act or other financial legislation, which is passed by the Legislative Assembly.
For more information, see:
- News release: Bill 3 restores stability to Alberta’s education, health care and human services, and freezes tuition - June 18, 2015
- Bill 3: Appropriation (Interim Supply) Act, 2015 (No. 2) (received Royal Assent June 29, 2015)
- 2015-16 Interim Supply Estimates No. 2
- News conference: watch the video or listen to the audio.
See Budget 2015 documents for the budget which was introduced on March 26, 2015.
2014-15 Third Quarter - Released February 24, 2015
2014-15 Second Quarter - Released November 26, 2014
2014-15 First Quarter - Released August 27, 2014
Budget 2014 - Released March 6, 2014