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Canada/Alberta 2021
If passed, Bill 81, the Election Statutes Amendment Act, would ban foreign money in provincial politics. It would do this by only allowing those who live in Alberta to make election advertising contri...
Canada/Alberta 2021
The strategy, Renewing Alberta’s Mineral Future, will help capitalize on Alberta’s potential to become a preferred international producer and supplier of minerals and mineral products such...
Canada/Alberta 2021
The Red Tape Reduction Implementation Act, 2021 (No.2), removes barriers to economic growth, creates more opportunities for small businesses, removes unnecessary restrictions and improves the delivery...
Canada/Alberta 2021
“November is National Adoption Awareness Month in Alberta. I’m truly grateful for the many adoptive parents who have welcomed a child or children into their hearts and families. “Ev...
Canada/Alberta 2021
Orders in Council Alberta Press Releases
HONOURABLE MR. COPPING 304/2021 ALBERTA HEALTH ACT (section 3) - Effective November 8, 2021, reappoints   Janice L. Harrington as the Health Advocate for a term to e...
Canada/Alberta 2021
Check against delivery. Thank you, Minister, and good afternoon everyone. Before I get to today’s numbers, I want to briefly talk about vaccination records. Any time you receive an immunizatio...
Canada/Alberta 2021
Emerging evidence and recent recommendations made by the National Advisory Committee on Immunization suggest immunity levels and protection against severe outcomes may decline sooner in certain groups...
Canada/Alberta 2021
L-R: Garett Schmidt, Chris Brookes, Linda Strong-Watson, and Minister Nixon. Trails played an important role in Alberta’s history and identity as early transport and trading routes. Today, the...
Canada/Alberta 2021
Dry wildfire season comes to an end Alberta Press Releases
As wildfire season comes to a close, Albertans should continue to be cautious when enjoying the province’s beautiful forests. Dry conditions can continue outside of wildfire season, through the ...
Canada/Alberta 2021
“Diabetes is a significant and growing health concern. There are about 386,000 Albertans currently living with Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes and Diabetes Canada estimates this number will increase t...
Canada/Alberta 2021
Minister Pon announces a 10-year strategy and legislation to improve and expand affordable housing in Alberta. Stronger Foundations is Alberta’s 10-year strategy that will improve and expand a...
Canada/Alberta 2021
Since Sept. 15, about 264,000 additional Albertans have received a first dose of vaccine and 293,000 have received a second dose. All eligible Albertans are strongly encouraged to get fully vaccinate...
Canada/Alberta 2021
Alberta’s government is using up to $176 million from the Technology Innovation and Emissions Reduction (TIER) system and federal Low Carbon Economy Leadership Fund (LCELF) for 16 projects that ...
Canada/Alberta 2021
“Today marks the start of Financial Literacy Month across Canada. This year’s focus is the importance of building financial resilience during challenging times and in a digital economy. &...
Canada/Alberta 2021
“November is Family Violence Prevention Month. Every year, Albertans recognize this month as an opportunity to start conversations about the devastating impacts of family violence and learn #Whe...
Canada/Alberta 2021
“Each year, approximately 2,000 Albertans will find out they have lung cancer, which is the most commonly diagnosed cancer and the leading cause of cancer death. My thoughts are with these Alber...
Canada/Alberta 2021
On Sept. 7, 2019, at approximately 12:18 a.m., Calgary Police Service (CPS) officers encountered two men rummaging through donation bins behind the Salvation Army Thrift Store at 3200 17th Avenue SE. ...
Canada/Alberta 2021
“Let’s be gutsy and start talking about inflammatory bowel diseases. They affect one out of 140 men and women of all ages, and 10 per cent of cases are diagnosed in children. “Crohn...
Canada/Alberta 2021
“I am pleased to recognize Proclamation Day. Every Nov., 1 it is important to reflect and celebrate the partnership Alberta’s government has with the Metis Settlements. We also recognize t...
Canada/Alberta 2021
“Since 2007, Mo Bros in Alberta have put aside their razors in November to sport a moustache – chevron, horseshoe, handlebar and everything in between – to put a face to the health i...
Canada/Alberta 2021
“Halloween is a day filled with costumes, pumpkin carving, scary movies and tasty treats. “Whether you are trick-or-treating or staying home to hand out candy, you can find tips on how to...
Canada/Alberta 2021
Over the past two years, Alberta has seen record investment in its tech sector and a doubling of startups over 2019. Technology and innovation play a crucial role not just in diversifying Alberta&rsqu...
Canada/Alberta 2021
Alberta’s government hired PwC Canada in October 2020 to study the feasibility of replacing the RCMP in Alberta with a provincial police service. This follows the recommendation of the Fair Deal...
Canada/Alberta 2021
This critical project will protect countless homes in Calgary and southern Alberta from the type of devastation that resulted from the 2013 floods. A part of Alberta’s Recovery Plan, constructio...
Canada/Alberta 2021
Listening to Albertans on rural crime Alberta Press Releases
The Minister of Justice and Solicitor General toured all regions of the province, attending more than 60 events and meetings with citizens, police services, victims services organizations and more. He...