From the Minister

January 28, 2022 | Data and privacy

January 28 is Data Privacy Day, an international day focused on reminding us of the impact of digital technologies on our privacy rights and the importance of protecting them in an ever-changing world.

October 04, 2021 | Cybersecurity

Strong cybersecurity habits can help keep you and your identity safe online.

May 04, 2021 | Cybersecurity

With cybersecurity incidents rising around the world, developing strong skills can help keep you safe online.

March 03, 2021 | Consumer protection

Helping Albertans brush up on their scam detection skills.


Close up image of hands getting fingerprinted

New legislation will help keep Albertans safe by ensuring violent offenders must live under their own names.

Three tradespeople with masks looking over a plan on a job site

We are taking action to protect the livelihoods of hardworking Albertans in the construction industry by introducing timelines and rules for payments and liens, ensuring contractors and subcontractors are paid on time.

Key information

  • Protecting consumers

    • The Business Enforcement Search Tool (BEST) gives Albertans easy and free access to the history of consumer protection enforcement actions against a business.
    • The Report a Rip-off tip line (1-877-427-4088) allows consumers and businesses to report suspicious or dishonest activities anonymously.
    • The Consumer Alerts program issues proactive warnings about dishonest businesses to help consumers make informed choices.
    • Consumer and business tip sheets provide information to help Alberta’s consumers and businesses protect their rights and interests.
  • Cutting red tape

    • Service Alberta is cutting red tape to make life easier for hard-working Albertans. Steps taken to date include updating condo regulations and improving access to online services
    • Service Alberta partnered with British Columbia, Saskatchewan and Manitoba to launch the Multi-jurisdictional Registry Access Service, a hub that slows corporate information sharing between provinces to make extra-provincial registration faster and easier.
    • Service Alberta partnered with the Canada Revenue Agency to introduce the Common Business Number, which provides a streamlined application process for newly created corporations, non-profits, partnerships and sole proprietorships. Alberta businesses can incorporate and get their federal business number and tax program account in a single step.
  • Modernizing government

    • Service Alberta is working on a strategy to improve broadband speeds in underserved areas by leveraging strategic partnerships with other levels of government and service providers, like TELUS and Shaw.
    • MyAlberta eServices brings Government of Alberta services online through a single, convenient access point. Use MyAlberta Digital ID during checkout to save more time.
    • New parents can quickly and easily register their newborn’s birth information and order birth certificates online.
    • Businesses, non-profits, societies, cooperatives and condominium corporations can now meet and vote online, if their bylaws do not prohibit it.

In focus


Budget 2022 is moving Alberta forward by building health system capacity, getting more Albertans working, and balancing the budget.

MyAlberta Digital ID

MyAlberta Digital ID gives seamless access to personal online health records, making it easier than ever to understand your health care.

Online Birth Registry

Birth registration is now digital, allowing new parents to easily register their newborn’s birth and order a birth certificate online.

As of January 2021, Albertans no longer require expiry stickers on their licence plates.


Minister Glubish was elected to the Legislative Assembly of Alberta on April 16, 2019, as the MLA for Strathcona-Sherwood Park.

Born in Edmonton, Glubish was raised in Saskatoon, where he earned his Bachelor of Commerce degree, majoring in Finance, at the University of Saskatchewan before moving back to the Edmonton area in 2004 to start his career. He is married to Allison, his wife of 10 years, who is a junior high teacher with Elk Island Public Schools.

Glubish has dedicated his professional life to facilitating investment in Alberta technology companies. He began his career with Foundation Equity, an investment firm, where over eight years he rose to Partner and participated in the negotiation and success of more than $40 million in technology business investments.

He then spent four years at the Edmonton head office of NCSG Crane & Heavy Haul Services, where he managed their mergers & acquisitions efforts, investing over $150 million to buy eight companies and grow their operations across North America. These transactions generated significant interest from the Private Equity investment community, which resulted in the sale of a majority stake in NCSG to one of the largest Canadian private equity firms.

Prior to his election, Glubish worked for Vancouver-based Yaletown Partners, a Venture Capital fund, where he oversaw investments into Alberta-based technology companies.

Nate Glubish was appointed as the Minister for Service Alberta on April 30, 2019. He is applying his expertise to provide and ensure efficient delivery of the services Albertans rely on.