British Columbia wildfire information for Albertans
Income support and assistance, financial and other resource assistance for health and disabilities services and support.
Lower-income families with children may be eligible to get financial aid to help provide a better quality of life for their children.
The enhanced AFETC provides more financial benefits to working families in Alberta while encouraging self-reliance and stability.
Helps unemployed people find and keep jobs, employers meet their need for skilled workers and Albertans with low incomes cover their basic costs of living.
Support to families with low income and children. (Government of Canada program)
Find supports and services to help people with disabilities.
Assistance for low-income Albertans in providing full-time or part-time training for job placement, job retention or job improvement.
See "Health insurance, benefits and funding" under "Health and wellness".
Assistance for low-income Albertans to find a safe, affordable place to live.
Financial assistance to Albertans who do not have the resources to meet their basic needs, like food, clothing and shelter.
Albertans will receive timely assistance when they visit an Alberta Supports or Alberta Works Centre to inquire about Income Support.
Alberta has the lowest payday loans rates in Canada, and rules are in place to protect consumers who use these lenders.
Financial assistance programs offered by Alberta government.