Ouch, that sucks.
I wouldn't be surprised if I'm okay for a while now myself. My officemate's problem comes from being employed specifically on another type of grant having to do with his chronic health condition, exactly the kind of thing that's the most dickish to cut so of course that's the sort of thing our current Alberta government focused on. (I suspect I might lost another one or two co-workers due to this, although I haven't heard that yet.) The main income for our company however is from fossil fuels (and similar) kinda stuff but diffused around the world, and then R&D grants from the Alberta government that kindof mix in with that general industry, so *that* side is among the few things the Kenney government is unlikely to cut.
Still, there's a large degree to which the company I work for is likely to be hit eventually, be it by some tightening of R&D grant requirements to try and target larger or more Calgary-based kinda companies, or just the slow shift across the world off of the paper and oil stuff our client power plants and paper mills and such are based on---which in theory is a good thing for humanity, and I'd gladly give up my job if *that* was the basis for it, but cynical me says the power plants we currently work with will probably just be replaced by, like, natural gas, or just new "clean" ones that on paper look more efficient.
So, yeah, I should probably dust off my resume too, even if I feel safe for now. Although what I should *really* do is finally put together my Canjo, 'cause every day there's more need for protest (or at least plaintive) songs to be played . . .