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Minister Tyler Shandro
Tyler Shandro was sworn in as Minister of Justice on October 24, 2022.
The Premier's mandate letter to the Minister of Justice outlines the objectives and priorities of the work they will focus on in their role.
The Alberta Sovereignty within a United Canada Act allows Alberta to fight harmful federal laws and defend the constitutional federal-provincial division of powers.
The Property Rights Statutes Amendment Act, 2022 (Bill 3) stops people from taking ownership of someone else’s property through occupation.
Promoting safe communities by:
- prosecuting serious and violent crime cases
Improving access to justice by:
- sharing information to help resolve legal issues
- providing legal representation for those in need
Providing legal and strategic services to government by:
- representing ministries in matters before the courts and tribunals
- drafting public government bills, regulations and orders-in-council
- Alberta budget
- ASIRT news releases
- List of public agencies
- Personal information bank directories
- Media inquiries
Alberta Police Service transition study
We are studying whether a made-in-Alberta provincial police service can improve public safety and build safer communities for everyone in Alberta, no matter where they live.
- Mar 21, 2023
Minister of Justice Tyler Shandro issued the following statement on the Supreme Court of Canada hearing an appeal of the Alberta Court of Appeal decision on the federal Impact Assessment Act:
- Mar 17, 2023
Budget 2023 strengthens Alberta’s justice system by making it more accessible for Albertans.
- Mar 14, 2023
Alberta’s government is improving access to justice in Red Deer by appointing Matthew Park as a Court of King’s Bench applications judge for that city.