For more information on all government operations that have been impacted, visit COVID-19 info for Albertans.
Last updated: July 15 at 9:45 am
Education and training
- Apprenticeship and Industry Training Offices – Most offices have resumed front counter service. Visit Tradesecrets for the most current apprenticeship training information.
- Teacher Certification office - Temporarily closed to the public. Find out how to get help.
Business and registries
- Registry agent offices - Some have voluntarily closed or are operating with reduced hours. Call an office before visiting to ensure it is open. Find out more.
- Land Titles – Office temporarily closed. Find out how to get help.
- Vital Statistics and Corporate Registry – Office temporarily closed. Find out how to get help.
Energy and environment
- Air Photo Library – Office temporarily closed. Find out how to order by email.
- Alberta Parks – Vehicle access to parking lots and staging areas now permitted. Other facilities remain temporarily closed. For more information, visit: Alberta Parks advisories.
- Fish and Wildlife Enforcement Branches – Front counters at all Fish and Wildlife offices are temporarily closed. For information, contact offices directly.
Family and social supports
- Advancing Futures – Both offices temporarily closed to walk-ins. Find out how to contact the team.
- Alberta Supports – In-person services suspended. If you are receiving benefits or services and need assistance, find out how to get help.
- Children’s Services and Child Intervention – All offices temporarily closed to the public. Find out how to get help.
- Government Surplus Sales – Locations open as of July 6 with some restrictions to facilitate physical distancing. Find out about Buy It Now sales.
- Official documents– Front counter is temporarily closed. For information, visit document authentication for other jurisdictions and countries.
Housing and community
- Residential Tenancy Dispute Resolution Service (RTDRS) – Offices temporarily closed. Find out how to get help with applications and hearings.
Law and safety
- Alberta Court of Appeal – Limiting attendance to necessary parties. Find out more.
- Court of Queen’s Bench – Hearings limited to emergency or urgent matters only. Find out more.
- Provincial Court of Alberta – Limiting all regular operations, including Traffic Court. Find out more.
- Traffic Court (Provincial Court of Alberta) – All locations closed. Find out how to get help.
- Adult correctional and remand centres – Visits suspended. Find out more.
- Alberta Law Libraries – Public access is suspended until further notice. Find out more.
- Alberta Transportation Safety Board – Offices open as of July 20. Hearings are still held by telephone or video conference. See the ATSB July 15 Bulletin for full details.
- Consumer Investigations and Programs – Office temporarily closed. Find out about consumer protection concerns related to COVID-19.
- Legal Aid Alberta – Accepting only applications for urgent matters. Find out more.
- Young Offender Centres – Visits suspended. Find out more.
Museums and historic sites
- Edmonton Federal Building – Public access is suspended until further notice. Find out more.
- Government House – Tours and public access are suspended until further notice. Find out more.
- Historic sites and museums – The Royal Alberta, Royal Tyrrell and Reynolds Alberta museums have re-opened. For details about other museum and historic site reopenings, see specific websites.
- Legislative Assembly Visitor Centre – Tours and public access are suspended until further notice. Find out more.
- Provincial Archives of Alberta – This facility has re-opened. Find out more.