Councilor Don Goode is concerned about the sustainability of the municipality and wants to start a discussion about how the current tax system is negatively impacting the economic well-being of Albertans.
In July, it was announced at the town assembly under the title of “Evaluation Analysis by Prefecture.”
According to Goode, Alberta’s regional composition does not always align with how economic wealth is distributed. History and chance events may explain why the state’s economic characteristics have changed over the years.
We need to have the right representation, he says. Different industries should reflect different lifestyles.
We’ve grown accustomed to structuring it, and we’ve taken it for granted. “I don’t know if it works for us. I really just want a discussion.”
“The world is changing and, unfortunately, governments are not always reconsidering.”
Making financial decisions based on what you believe agriculture is going for in your state’s GDP can cause problems, he added. Agriculture is a big industry, but in terms of ratios. is very small, equivalent to 2.2% of GDP in 2021.
“Alberta is Canada’s third most urban province. For our vision of Alberta, this is a shocking statement.”