Government is undergoing a transition, including ministry changes. New ministry and cabinet information can be found on the Cabinet page.
Programs and services to help individuals find and keep jobs, get training and adapt to a changing labour market.
Rules, regulations and compliance measures for employers and employees in Alberta workplaces.
Resources for immigrants and refugees including support programs, obtaining work, and applying for temporary and permanent residency.
Labour Relations Code, legislation, mediation services, publications and collective bargaining agreements.
Preventing work-related injuries, illnesses and fatalities by working with employers and workers.
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.
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Youth minimum wage
A new youth job creation wage of $13/hour for students under 18 comes into effect June 26, 2019. New rules
Workplace health and safety laws
Alberta has made significant changes to its occupational health and safety (OHS) laws. New OHS laws help keep workplaces healthy and safe.
OHS 3-year Code and Regulation Review Plan
The Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) 3-year Code and Regulation Review Plan (PDF, 387 KB) promotes health and safety in Alberta by outlining areas for future review and renewal to ensure regulations are modern and effective.
The ministry protects workers’ rights by regulating Alberta’s workplaces and ensuring Alberta’s labour legislation is fair and modern.
The ministry also works to ensure that Alberta has a skilled workforce and an efficient labour market to support a thriving and diverse economy.
Agencies we’re responsible for: