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The Alberta Depository Library Program is supported and managed by Alberta Queen’s Printer.
- Print publications and legislation are requested and sent to full depository libraries listed below.
- Partial depository libraries, as listed, can also request delivery of print publications and legislation.
Depository libraries may print or download online government publications for their collection.
Full depository libraries
Library of Congress
U.S./Anglo Division (USAN)
101 Independence Ave, SE STOP 4271
Washington DC 20540-4271
Partial depository libraries
Online publications are available in the Open Government Portal.
- Listings of government publications published since 1996 are available as open datasets in the Open Government Portal.
The official source of Alberta government legislation, materials and publications since 1906 is Alberta Queen's Printer.
Access the Alberta Legislature library catalogue for periodicals and books on public policy, politics, law, economics and Alberta history. Library staff may provide limited research support to the civil service and the general public as resources allow.
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