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New and proposed legislation

New and proposed Government of Alberta legislation.

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Bill 10 would implement aspects of Budget 2023.
Alberta is cutting red tape to speed up regulatory processes and attract investment.
Bill 8 would help clarify and protect Alberta’s role in regulating firearms.
The Police Amendment Act (Bill 6) increases police transparency and enhances public trust to help build safer communities.
The Justice Statutes Amendment Act (Bill 5) streamlines legal and court processes, and improves security at the Alberta legislature.
The Property Rights Statutes Amendment Act, 2022 (Bill 3) stops people from taking ownership of someone else’s property through occupation.
The act allows Alberta to fight harmful federal laws and defend the constitutional federal-provincial division of powers.
The Professional Governance Act (Bill 23) would make it easier for self-governing professions to protect Albertans’ health, safety and economic interests.
The Electricity Statutes (Modernizing Alberta’s Electricity Grid) Amendment Act, 2022 (Bill 22) helps keep Alberta’s electricity system safe, reliable and affordable for the long-term.
The Condominium Property Amendment Act, 2022 (Bill 19) would make condominium laws clearer and more fair.
The Utility Commodity Rebate Act (Bill 18) enables government to provide electricity and heating energy rebate programs.
The Labour Statutes Amendment Act (Bill 17) adds clarity and flexibility to the rules that give Albertans time away from work to attend to personal matters.

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