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Sylvan Lake gets improved health care

Jan 16, 2017

Residents of Sylvan Lake and area will have access to more health-care services under expanded hours. 

Court order shuts down Calgary drug house

Jan 16, 2017

The Safer Communities and Neighbourhoods (SCAN) unit has closed a Calgary property where drug activity and violence were endangering nearby residents.

Seniors stay independent with new loan program

Jan 13, 2017

The Seniors Home Adaptation and Repair program helps seniors update their homes so they can maintain their independence and stay in their communities close to friends and family.

Orders in Council

Jan 12, 2017

Orders Approved - January 11, 2017

Research grants support safe, healthy workplaces

Jan 12, 2017

Eight new research projects funded through Alberta’s OHS Futures program last year focus on improving workplace health and safety in the province.

New tax credits connect Alberta business with investors

Jan 12, 2017

The New Year brings new opportunities to invest in Alberta businesses as intake opens for two new tax credits to create jobs and diversify the economy.  

Alberta welcomes B.C.’s decision on Kinder Morgan

Jan 11, 2017

Premier Rachel Notley issued the following statement regarding the B.C. government’s environmental approval of the Kinder Morgan pipeline:

Businesses reach new markets with export supports

Jan 11, 2017

More than 80 Alberta companies are expanding their global export opportunities thanks to the Alberta Export Expansion Package’s programs. 

Red Deer company ordered to restore wetlands

Jan 11, 2017

The Alberta government has ordered Aurora Heights Management Ltd. and two of its directors to remediate a wetland in Blackfalds that was filled in without authorization. 

Environmental charges against pest control company

Jan 11, 2017

The Alberta government has laid seven charges against a Calgary company for failing to comply with provincial environmental legislation and provincial and federal pesticide legislation.

Albertans see benefits of carbon levy rebates

Jan 10, 2017

Over a million Albertans have seen money appear in their bank accounts as carbon rebates have started rolling out across the province.

Albertans asked for input into Budget 2017

Jan 09, 2017

Albertans are invited to share their ideas and priorities as government kicks off its 2017 budget consultations.

Orthodox Christmas: Statement from Premier Notley

Jan 07, 2017

Premier Notley issued the following statement expressing greetings on Orthodox Christmas:

Alberta helps non-profits save money

Jan 06, 2017

Non-profit and volunteer agencies will benefit from a $1-million grant to complete energy efficiency audits.

Recognizing Albertans who protect our communities

Jan 06, 2017

Albertans are encouraged to nominate groups or individuals who have made outstanding contributions to community safety.

Deal ensures stability for Trinity students

Jan 05, 2017

Alberta Education has reached an agreement with Trinity Christian School Association. The agreement includes additional oversight of Trinity’s operations and provides stability for the school’s more than 3,500 students.

Carbon levy rebates benefit millions of Albertans

Jan 05, 2017

Alberta families began receiving rebates today, helping them adjust to the new carbon levy and reduce their carbon footprint.

Bad habits collide in intersections

Jan 05, 2017

What driver error most frequently contributes to a casualty collision in an intersection?

Sikh Guru’s birthday: Statement from Premier Notley

Jan 05, 2017

Premier Rachel Notley issued the following statement to mark the 350th anniversary of the birth of Guru Gobind Singh Ji.

Summit focuses on agriculture and rural development

Jan 04, 2017

Agriculture and Forestry Minister Oneil Carlier will discuss trade and growth opportunities with Canadian and U.S. agricultural leaders in Baton Rouge.

Carbon levy supports diverse, green economy and jobs

Dec 31, 2016

Alberta’s carbon levy comes into effect Jan. 1 as part of government’s plan to transition the province to a greener, more diversified economy.

Hello 2017, goodbye door-to-door energy sales

Dec 30, 2016

As of Jan. 1, 2017, Albertans no longer have to endure the misleading and often predatory sales practices of energy marketers on their doorsteps.

Tax cut benefits small businesses, supports jobs

Dec 29, 2016

Small business owners will save an estimated $185 million in 2017 as part of Alberta’s plan to transition the province to a greener, more diversified economy.

Open Farm Days 2016 a record-breaking success

Dec 27, 2016

Open Farm Days broke records this year as visitors flocked to farms and ranches across the province to experience the sights, sounds and tastes of rural Alberta. 

Kwanzaa Message: Premier Rachel Notley

Dec 26, 2016

Premier Notley issued the following statement to express her best wishes for Kwanzaa: