How we work

Office of the Premier, ministries, central offices and departments, cabinet and committee members.


Cabinet ministers are in charge of specific government ministries and are responsible for policy matters and issues related to the day-to-day operation of government.

Court of Appeal, Court of King's Bench and Alberta Court of Justice.

The Government of Alberta’s brand and digital experience standards and visual identity system.

Offices of the Chief Medical Examiner, Chief Provincial Veterinarian and Chief Scientist, and other central government organizations.

Emblems of Alberta, half-mast days, provincial declarations, and etiquette for ceremonies and special events.

We’re cutting red tape by one-third to reduce costs, speed up approvals, and make life easier for hard-working Albertans and businesses.

Deputy ministers are the most senior public servants in each ministry. They support the minister and oversee day-to-day operations.

Committees review policy decisions, long-range strategic priorities, legislation and regulations.

Alberta government mandate and laws, key positions within government and how it is structured.

Directory of Government of Alberta ministries.

Premier Danielle Smith is the leader of Alberta's government.

Government properties for sale or lease, and facilities that can be visited or booked for events.

Learn about Alberta government agencies, agency governance, and serving on a board.

The throne speech opens a new session of the legislature and outlines the broad goals and direction for government.