Government is undergoing a transition, including ministry changes. New ministry and cabinet information can be found on the Cabinet page.
Get a business licence or find out if a business is licensed.
Information on how to buy, sell or repair a vehicle in Alberta.
Bid on procurement opportunities for government goods, services and construction.
You can file a complaint against a business, or a person running a business, for an unfair business or tenancy transaction.
Pay traffic tickets and other fines.
How to get a learner’s, probationary or full licence, and how to upgrade to a commercial licence.
Birth and adoption, death, divorce and separation, marriage, legal name changes, registry services, and ordering and updating documents.
View, purchase or download publications by the Government of Alberta, including legislation, orders in council and the Alberta Gazette.
Registry agents offer registration, information and licensing services on behalf of government.
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.
Send a message to Premier Jason Kenney, invite him to attend an event, or request a congratulatory message or scroll.
MyAlberta Digital ID
Your single, verified online identity for interactions with the Government of Alberta. It is safe, secure, and identifies who you are online without paper documents or face-to-face interactions.
Utilities Consumer Advocate
The Utilities Consumer Advocate educates, advocates, and mediates for Alberta’s residential, agricultural, and small business electricity and natural gas consumers.
Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy
Access information and resources for the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.
Service Alberta is the government’s solution provider and supports the significant events in Albertans’ lives, like having a child, getting married, mourning the loss of a loved one, getting a driver’s licence, or buying a home.
Service Alberta is responsible for:
- protecting consumers in an increasingly complex economic environment
- modernizing the delivery of current programs and services to meet emerging needs
- developing innovations to prepare the government to meet future needs
- overseeing registry activities, like vehicle, business and land registrations
- leading development of a provincial broadband strategy
- protecting and maintaining the government’s IT infrastructure
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