A $75 million investment and growth strategy is being developed to lead investment growth in priority sectors that both drive and enable Alberta’s economy.
- The economic dashboard compiles Alberta’s most important indicators for business.
- The regional dashboard provides data on living, working, investing and doing business in Alberta’s diverse regions.
- Alberta Major Projects is an inventory of private and public sector projects in Alberta valued at $5 million or more.
- Financial support for initiatives led by communities, regions and municipalities that promote economic growth.
Building a resilient, robust and dynamic Alberta economy. The ministry ensures outcomes are achieved by:
- supporting businesses and private sector job creators
- enhancing access to capital for small and medium-sized businesses
- supporting the development and sustainability of Alberta’s tourism industry
- coordinating and leveraging research and innovation to increase the commercialization of Alberta ideas and meet the needs of Albertans
- facilitating export development and investment attraction from targeted international markets and marketing Alberta as a world-class tourism destination
- enhancing Alberta's national and international presence
- leading Alberta's negotiations on international trade agreements
We’re working with partners across the province to encourage economic growth, support the success of Alberta entrepreneurs, and promote the development of Alberta’s tourism industry.
- Jul 07, 2020
Government has introduced Bill 33, the Alberta Investment Attraction Act, which would help drive high-impact investment to the province and create jobs.
- Jul 01, 2020
Minister of Economic Development, Trade and Tourism Tanya Fir issued the following statement on the Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement:
- Jun 28, 2020Relaunch grant to help businesses recover | Subventions de relance pour aider les entreprises à se redresser
Starting June 29, eligible small- and medium-sized businesses, co-ops and non-profits can apply for funding so they can open their doors and get Albertans back to work.