Find opportunities to get involved in consultation and engagement activities with the Alberta government.
Albertans are encouraged to share their thoughts and ideas.
Feb 14-Mar 14: Provide input on a builder licensing program designed to strengthen consumer protection in residential home construction.
Mar 6-Mar 31: Share your thoughts on a new approach for industry to manage greenhouse gas emissions and thrive in a carbon competitive global market.
Jan 31-Mar 31: Provide your feedback on draft regulations that will strengthen the work of municipalities. Feedback will be considered as the regulations are finalized.
Mar 6-Apr 3: Provide feedback on recommendations from the employment standards and labour relations working groups on how legislation could apply to farms and ranches.
Mar 13-Apr 18: Alberta has some of the oldest workplace legislation in Canada. Share your thoughts on how we can improve our workplace rules to make life better for everyone.
Jan 20-Apr 19: Review the draft management plans for the new Castle Provincial Park and Castle Wildland Provincial Park and share your feedback on the parks' new features and opportunities.
Feb 17-Apr 30: Indigenous Albertans 18 or older can share their ideas on Climate Leadership programs for Indigenous communities and organizations.
The committee will work with stakeholders and Albertans to explore opportunities that will position Alberta's energy industry for long-term success, while also building on initiatives underway.
Share your ideas on strategies and actions to support workers and communities transitioning away from coal-fired electricity generation.
Thank you for providing input, we are currently reviewing your feedback.
Survey is closed. Thank you for participating in the budget consultation. Stay tuned for more information on Budget 2017.
Survey is closed. Input will be compiled into a "What we Heard" report. Additional engagement opportunities are being planned for early 2017 to provide input into the proposed fiscal framework.
Survey is closed. A summary of feedback received by Albertans will be posted in early 2017. The survey was the first of many opportunities to provide input into the K-12 curriculum development.
Survey is closed. Feedback will be considered in a future French language services policy that will guide how the government can enhance its services in French.
Survey is closed. Feedback gathered opinions and experiences with the workers' compensation system to help the review panel get a thorough understanding of the issues. A final report will be issued in spring 2017.
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