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Alberta 2021
Alberta’s government continues its work to modernize government systems and services, with two new registry services available online as of Sept. 7. The services are available through the MyAlbe...
Alberta 2021
“This year is the 10th anniversary of World Alzheimer’s Month, a global campaign to raise awareness and reduce the stigma associated with dementia. “There are currently more than 49...
Alberta 2021
“I’m pleased that AHS has issued a revised labour proposal to UNA in hopes of reaching a new collective agreement with the province’s nurses. “The revised proposal from AHS is...
Alberta 2021
“Rosh Hashanah marks a time of renewal and optimism. As Jewish people from around Alberta gather to celebrate the beginning of a new year, we join them in hopes for a ‘Good and Sweet&rsquo...
Alberta 2021
“One hundred and thirty years ago, the first immigrants from Ukraine arrived in Canada, then settled in Alberta. Their names were Ivan Pylypiw and Vasyl Eleniak. Their arrival in this province w...
Alberta 2021
Producers can apply for an initial AgriRecovery payment through the 2021 Canada-Alberta Livestock Feed Assistance Initiative to help cover feed and water access costs for breeding female livestock acr...
Alberta 2021
“Labour Day is a time to recognize the hard-working Albertans who support our families, communities and economy. This year, in particular, we celebrate those who have continued working to provid...
Alberta 2021
Check against delivery. Thank you Minister, and good afternoon everyone. I am pleased to be here to provide another COVID-19 update. Our full data update will not be available until 3:30pm, so I wil...
Alberta 2021
Currently, more than 80 per cent of COVID-19 cases in hospital are unvaccinated, including 91 per cent of patients in intensive care. “Vaccines are safe, effective, and a game-changer. This is...
Alberta 2021
The second of three $1 million dollar prizes has been awarded to Amie Gee of Calgary. Her name was drawn from over 1.85 million entries in the Open for Summer Lottery. In addition, 42 other winners a...
Alberta 2021
At approximately 1:30 a.m., officers encountered a Chevrolet Malibu and initiated a traffic stop in the area of 52 Street and 16 Avenue NE. The vehicle did not stop and fled at a high rate of speed. T...
Alberta 2021
As of Sept. 2, 70 per cent of eligible Albertans have received both of their doses of vaccine through Alberta Health Services, community pharmacies and physician offices. A total of 78.2 per cent of ...
Alberta 2021
The permanent closure is required now due to ongoing concerns about unsafe U-turns on Highway 8. The intersection was scheduled to be closed this fall to allow for construction of an interchange in th...
Alberta 2021
“Arthritis is a chronic condition that often results in debilitating pain and restricted mobility, affecting more than 600,000 Albertans. It can limit their ability to be physically active &ndas...
Alberta 2021
“With the fall leaves just beginning to turn, many Albertans are returning to a familiar routine this week: kids gathering their school supplies, teachers preparing their lessons and parents pac...
Alberta 2021
“This September marks the third annual Month of the Artist in Alberta. “The arts enrich our lives, inspiring new perspectives and creativity while sharing and preserving Alberta’s u...
Alberta 2021
“On Sept. 1, 1905, the Province of Alberta was carved out of the Northwest Territories. Our provincial motto Strong and Free speaks to the principles that have built our Alberta society ever sin...
Alberta 2021
The Environmental Historical Enforcement Search will be available through the Alberta government website at alberta.ca/environmental-historical-enforcement-search. Previously, searches were completed...
Alberta 2021
The website will allow organizations to find existing exemptions or apply for new exemptions to regulations that were never intended for them. It also provides information and resources to support the...
Alberta 2021
“Alberta is proud to once again recognize September as Recovery Month. “Many thousands of steadfast and courageous Albertans have worked – or are working – to recover from add...
Alberta 2021
“This September, we celebrate the positive, impactful and meaningful difference mentorship makes in the lives of children and youth. “Every day, thousands of volunteer mentors are helping...
Alberta 2021
On the evening of Aug. 26, Athabasca RCMP responded to a possible shooting in Calling Lake. During their investigation, they received information that the suspect was at a specific residence. Shortly...
Alberta 2021
Many of the sites represent various cultural groups, including Indigenous, French Canadian, Chinese and East Asian that add to Alberta’s rich cultural tapestry. The sites also represent the arts...
Alberta 2021
The DORS app can be downloaded to a smart phone free of charge from any app store or via DORSApp.ca. When using the app, Albertans will receive a call from the STARS emergency centre if they become un...
Alberta 2021
As of July, Alberta added 73,000 jobs since the beginning of the year and has now recovered nearly 90 per cent of the jobs lost when the pandemic first took hold in the province. Real gross domestic ...