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    Minister Nate Glubish

    Nate Glubish was appointed Minister of Service Alberta on April 30, 2019.

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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.

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

MyAlberta Digital ID is your single, verified online identity for interactions with the Government of Alberta.

Find consumer alerts about activities that pose threats to the marketplace.

Use our enforcement search tool to learn if an individual or business was not following consumer protection laws.

Access information and resources for the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

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Our responsibilities

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

In focus

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

Online Birth Registry

Alberta parents can register their newborn’s birth information and order birth certificates online.

Latest news

  • Jun 02, 2021

    Residential school survivors and their families can now reclaim their traditional Indigenous names at no cost beyond January 2024.

  • Mar 22, 2021

    New legislation would keep Albertans safe in their communities by requiring convicted violent offenders to live under their own names.

  • Mar 09, 2021

    COVID-19 has highlighted the need for more flexibility in business operations and Alberta’s government is making that flexibility possible.

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