Legislation sponsored by

Travis Toews

Bill 21

1st Session

Second Reading (Passed)

November 7th, 2019

Ensuring Fiscal Sustainability Act, 2019 ($)

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Bill 20

1st Session

Committee of the Whole (Adjourned)

November 6th, 2019

Fiscal Measures and Taxation Act, 2019 ($)

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Bill 10

1st Session

Came Into Force (Passed)

Various Dates (June 28th, 2019)

Alberta Personal Income Tax Amendment Act, 2019

This Act amends Alberta's personal income tax laws. These changes are to reference federal legislation, such as including "split income" in the section on deductibles, as well as the "Canadian Forces Members and Veterans Re-establishment and Compensation Act".

Bill 9

1st Session

Came Into Force

June 28th, 2019

Public Sector Wage Arbitration Deferral Act

This Act delays wage negotiations between the province of Alberta and various worker's unions until November 2019 at the earliest. This will affect employees who are members of the following unions: the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees; the Health Sciences Association of Alberta; the United Nurses of Alberta; the Bow Valley College Faculty Association; CUPE; the Keyano College Faculty Association; the SAIT Academic Faculty Association; the Alberta Teachers' Association; and the Faculty Association of the University of Calgary.

More details on the legislation, including which specific members of the unions are affected, is included in our more detailed description; click the "Learn More" button for that.

Bill 6

1st Session

Came Into Force

June 28th, 2019

Appropriation (Interim Supply) Act, 2019 ($)

Appropriation Acts are how the government allocates their funds; essentially, they serve as the government's budget. There are several forms of these, which are differentiated by what kind of "supply" they are. An "Interim Supply" Act is designed as the preliminary fees necessary for the government to keep functioning until the actual budget has been established by the Appropriation Act, which will come later in the year. This Act is for the financial year that started on April 1st, 2019 and will last until March 31st, 2020.

More details on the legislation, including what percentage of the budget is going to which ministries and what the actual numbers are, are in our more detailed description; click the "Learn More" button for that.

Bill 5

1st Session

Came Into Force

June 28th, 2019

Appropriation (Supplementary Supply) Act, 2019 ($)

Appropriation Acts are how the government allocates their funds; essentially, they serve as the government's budget. There are several forms of these, which are differentiated by what kind of "supply" they are. A "Supplementary Supply" is introduced after the financial year is over to allocate additional funds to cover expenses that weren't accounted for during that financial year. This Act is for the financial year that ended on March 31st of 2019.

More details on the legislation, including what percentage of the budget is going to which ministries and what the actual numbers are, are in our more detailed description; click the "Learn More" button for that.

Bill 3

1st Session

Third Reading

June 28th, 2019

Job Creation Tax Cut (Alberta Corporate Tax Amendment) Act

This legislation's primary purpose is to lower the general corporate tax rate - that is, taxable income over $500,000 a year - from 12% to 8% over four years. The rate will drop to 11% on June 30th, 2019, and will decrease by one point on January 1st of 2020, 2021, and 2022.