Upcoming and completed consultations and engagements with the Government of Alberta.
Find opportunities to get involved in consultation and engagement activities with the Alberta government.
Engaging with communities impacted by the retirements of coal-fired power plants.
Share your thoughts on how to drive an innovative, competitive and profitable agriculture and agri-food sector.
The federal government introduced legislation to legalize cannabis by July 2018. Alberta can decide how it will adapt to this legislation.
How Albertans helped shape and inform the provincial budget.
Albertans provided input on a builder licensing program designed to strengthen consumer protection in residential home construction.
This new regulation will support Calgary and Edmonton’s unique needs as Alberta’s largest urban centres.
Alberta's climate change advisory panel engaged with Albertans to recommend a plan for action.
Leading stakeholder engagement and guiding Alberta’s investments in greenhouse gas reduction innovation and technology.
Help guide modern, fair laws to protect condo owners and support responsible governance of vibrant condominium communities.
Provide feedback on ways the government can improve Alberta's consumer protection legislation.
Exploring opportunities to diversify Alberta's energy sector, create jobs and stimulate investment by adding value to our energy resources.
Provided advice on energy efficiency programs and energy systems for homes, businesses and communities.
Workplace legislation regarding waged, non-family farm workers.
Increasing the supply of off-reserve, non-market, affordable rental housing units for Indigenous peoples in need.
Participate in a review of the Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) system to ensure Albertans are working in healthy and safe workplaces.
Advises government on the oil sands aspects of the Climate Leadership Plan.
Provide input on the Oil Sands Advisory Group's recommendations for implementing a 100 megatonne limit on emissions in the oil sands.
Alberta's new approach to managing industry greenhouse gas emissions.
Engagement on Alberta’s new provincial public transportation strategy wraps up.
Albertans shared their thoughts about helmet use for Off-Highway Vehicles (OHVs) on public land and penalties for excessive speedings.
The WCB was reviewed as part of the Alberta government’s formal review of agencies, boards and commissions.
Gathering input on ways the government can fight racism, foster acceptance and promote an inclusive society.