The United Conservative government is expected to reveal details of Alberta’s fiscal situation on Thursday.
During the last look at Alberta’s finances in June, the government announced an $11.6-billion surplus.
The government says it used that money to pay down $13.3 billion in debt.
Spending at the time also came in much higher than expected, mainly due to health-care costs and affordability measures.
Finance Minister Nate Horner is scheduled to provide the update at 10 a.m.
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