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Minister Sonya Savage
Sonya Savage was sworn in as Minister of Environment and Protected Areas on October 24, 2022.
The Premier's mandate letter to the Minister of Environment and Protected Areas outlines the objectives and priorities of the work they will focus on in their role.
- works to protect and enhance Alberta’s environment and ecosystems to ensure a sustainable future, making life better for Albertans
- works with Albertans, Indigenous communities and stakeholders to ensure the province’s environmental, social and economic outcomes for the future are met
- engages Albertans to understand the challenges in ensuring Alberta’s natural resources are managed using innovative and responsible approaches
- Alberta budget
- Environment and Protected Areas blog
- List of public agencies
- Media inquiries
- Personal information bank directories
- Alberta’s Environmental Science Program provides data, information and reporting on the condition of the environment in Alberta.
- The Office of the Chief Scientist coordinates delivery of Alberta’s Environmental Science Program to provide data and reporting on the condition of Alberta’s environment.
Alberta river conditions and advisories
Visit the Alberta River Basins website for current advisories on watercourses throughout the province.
Bears and outdoor recreation
Advice for anglers, campers, hikers and mountain bikers on how to stay safe in bear country.
Everyone transporting a watercraft must report to an inspection station to check for aquatic invasive species.
- Mar 15, 2023
On March 14, Minister of Environment and Protected Areas Sonya Savage had a bilateral meeting with Minister of Environment and Climate Change Canada Steven Guilbeault to discuss the incident at Imperial Oil’s Kearl site.
- Mar 03, 2023
Minister of Environment and Protected Areas issued the following statement on a recent incident at Imperial Oil’s Kearl project site.
- Feb 27, 2023
The province has laid charges against Douglas Alf Larson and Bravo #1 Aerial Application Ltd. for not following Alberta pesticide regulations and environmental legislation.