New and proposed legislation

New and proposed Government of Alberta legislation.

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Bill 30 would update health legislation to strengthen the role of Albertans in our health system, help reduce surgical wait times and modernize the system so it can be more effective.

Bill 28 would help keep children and vulnerable Albertans safe from convicted sex offenders.

Information on approved and proposed changes to the Local Authorities Election Act and how municipal elections are conducted.

Bill 26 would allow for referendums to be held on more issues to ensure they meet the current and future needs of Albertans.

Bill 25 would introduce new measures to prevent criminals from selling stolen metal and protect rural Albertans.

Bill 23 would help Alberta businesses recover from the COVID-19 pandemic and restart our economy.

Bill 21 would provide serious, immediate and escalating consequences for impaired drivers and make it easier for Albertans to resolve traffic disputes.

Bill 17 will ensure the rights of mental health patients are respected and provide more responsive, accessible care.

Bill 19 will protect Albertans from harms of tobacco, second-hand smoke and address the surge in vaping among youth.

Bill 18 would create the Alberta Parole Board to provide a fairer, faster, more responsive and responsible justice system.

The Choice in Education Act protects choice in Alberta’s education system.

Bill 16 would introduce an improved approach to helping victims of crime and protecting our communities.

New measures to help prevent and address human trafficking, and better protect survivors.

Increasing the ability of the Orphan Well Association to manage and accelerate clean-up of orphan wells and sites.

Making changes to legislation to implement aspects of Budget 2020.

Giving tenants and landlords of mobile home sites access to the Residential Tenancy Dispute Resolution Service.

Protecting essential infrastructure by creating offences for trespassing, interfering with operations or causing damage.

Alberta is strengthening protections for law-abiding Albertans and their property to help combat rural crime.

Alberta is cutting red tape to speed up regulatory processes and attract investment.

Changes to legislation implemented aspects of Budget 2019.

Returning Alberta to an energy-only market will restore investor confidence and provide Albertans with reliable and affordable electricity.

Alberta will allow people at risk to find out if their intimate partner has a history of domestic violence.

Taking steps toward governance reforms of the Real Estate Council of Alberta to ensure it’s an efficient and trusted regulator.

The Alberta Indigenous Opportunities Corporation will support job creating investments from Indigenous communities.

Alberta will reinstate Senate nominee elections to help make senators more accountable to Albertans.

Providing certainty in the oil and gas royalty structure will make Alberta a more attractive place to invest.

Alberta is improving the foreign credential assessment process to help underemployed newcomers fully contribute to our economy.

Collective bargaining was postponed to allow time to fully understand Alberta’s economic situation.

Alberta will let municipalities offer new property tax incentives to attract business, boost economic development and revitalize communities.

Alberta will cut red tape by one-third to reduce the burden of doing business and make it easier to access government services.

Alberta has reduced the corporate tax rate by a third to attract investment and create thousands of new jobs.

Alberta repealed the provincial carbon tax on May 30, 2019 to help put more money in the pockets of families, businesses and non-profits.

The act gives Alberta the ability to restrict the export of crude oil, natural gas and refined fuels, if necessary.