Alberta budget 2016: Watch CBC Calgary's coverage

Join CBC Calgary as we bring you in-depth coverage of the Alberta government's 2016 budget, reaction and in-depth analysis online, on radio and on television.

Looking for all the details on Alberta's 2nd NDP budget? We have you covered

The Alberta NDP government is borrowing billions of dollars to finance its operations and will exceed its own legislated debt ceiling in three years.

CBC Calgary's website is bringing you the latest budget news, reaction, analyses and features about the budget all day, with a live blog gathering reaction after the budget is unveiled.

Listen to CBC Radio One starting at 3 p.m. for a special budget edition of the Homestretch. Host Doug Dirks will be joined by University of Calgary political scientist Melanee Thomas for analysis.

CBC reporter Scott Dippel will join them from the budget lock-up with the highlights, and you can hear Finance Minister Joe Ceci's speech live from the Alberta Legislature.

The Homestretch will also speak to Finance Minister Ceci just after 5 p.m. and gather budget reaction from opposition parties.

CBC News Calgary at 6 will also be bringing you more analysis of the budget from its special air time of 8 p.m. MT. The television cast will also be chatting with Ceci about the budget and will feature other analysis from The Strategists and CBC reporters.

On our mobile app? Get the latest budget news, reaction and analyses in our live blog here


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