Chris Nielsen, the MLA for Edmonton-Decore, attending on behalf of Deron Bilous, Minister of Economic Development and Trade, will work to strengthen trade ties with U.S. state lawmakers at the Council of State Governments (CSG) National Conference Dec. 8-11 in Williamsburg, Va.
Alberta non-profit organizations will have a clearer path to funding as a result of changes to two primary Community Grant programs - the Community Facility Enhancement Program (CFEP) and the Community Initiatives Program (CIP).
Alberta’s Chief Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Karen Grimsrud, and Acting Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Elizabeth Brooks-Lim are notifying the public that the toxic opioid carfentanil is still circulating in our province and has been linked to 15 drug overdose deaths.
Federal Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, Lawrence MacAulay,and Alberta Minister of Agriculture and Forestry, Oneil Carlier, today announced that producers experiencing extraordinary costs due to bovine tuberculosis (bovine TB) quarantine measures will be eligible for financial assistance under the AgriRecovery Framework.
Alberta’s Minister of Justice and Solicitor General, Kathleen Ganley, has issued this statement following a recommendation by an inquiry committee of the Canadian Judicial Council to remove Justice Robin Camp.
If passed, the Fair Elections Financing Act will ensure Albertans – not big money and special interest groups – decide the outcome of elections. It would also create a “sunshine list” for third party advertising.
Agriculture and Forestry Minister Oneil Carlier has issued the following statement in response to the U.S. Lumber Coalition’s decision to petition the U.S. government to investigate imposing duties against Canadian softwood lumber exports.
In support of its made-in-Alberta transition to a stable, reliable and cleaner electricity system, the Government of Alberta has announced agreements with TransAlta, Capital Power and ATCO to end coal-fired emissions on or before Dec. 31, 2030.
The Government of Alberta has introduced Bill 32, the Credit Union Amendment Act, to expand services credit unions can offer to Albertans and businesses and to enhance governance of the credit union industry.
The Government of Alberta will create a “capacity market” for electricity as part of its plan to ensure that consumers are protected from price volatility with a reliable supply of electricity at stable, affordable prices.
An amending agreement signed today by government, the Alberta Medical Association (AMA) and Alberta Health Services (AHS) will potentially save up to $500 million in tax dollars over the next two years while improving access to quality care.
Premiers of Canada's four western provinces today announced that Manitoba has joined the New West Partnership Trade Agreement, strengthening and expanding Canada’s largest, barrier-free interprovincial market.
Promoting Alberta’s diversification agenda is the goal for Robyn Luff MLA Calgary-East, on behalf of Deron Bilous Minister of Economic Development and Trade, at the Pacific NorthWest Economic Region (PNWR) Economic Leadership Forum, Nov. 16-19 in Boise, Idaho.
Economic Development and Trade Minister Deron Bilous will lead a mission to Japan and China from November 15 to 27 to help diversify markets and build on relationships forged during his mission in March.
A major investment attraction strategy developed by trade and investment experts at the Edmonton Economic Development Corporation (EEDC) will receive $3 million from the provincial and federal governments, supporting a co-ordinated effort to attract businesses and jobs to the Metro Edmonton region.