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Government of Alberta strategies and plans.

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A summary of actions to address homelessness in Alberta.

These agreements between the governments of Alberta and Canada help provide affordable housing for Albertans

Over $290 million in funding for child care over 4 years will benefit more families and the child care sector.

Promoting a diverse and inclusive Alberta Public Service.

The Committee reviews family violence deaths in Alberta and makes recommendations aimed at the prevention and reduction of family violence.

Expands accessible, affordable and high-quality child care to give Alberta families the choice they need.

Alberta is building a lower emission energy future with hydrogen.

We're working with post-secondary institutions to promote positive mental health and ensure supports are accessible when students need them.

The Government of Alberta leads initiatives that address violence prevention and safety promotion in the province.

Public service employees can get training on the historical and current experiences of Indigenous peoples.

This strategy supports Alberta’s Recovery Plan by identifying actions to create jobs and diversify the economy.

Renewing Alberta’s Mineral Future is a strategy and action plan to re-energize Alberta’s minerals sector.

Ministerial panel explored ways to improve Alberta’s child intervention system.

Oil and gas sites that are no longer producing is a concern to all Albertans.

Too Good to Waste is Alberta’s provincial strategy for waste reduction and management.

The official apology to survivors for past government practices that removed Indigenous children from their families.

Transforming Alberta’s affordable housing system so it is financially sustainable, accessible and equitable now and into the future.

Working to combat racism, foster acceptance and promote an inclusive society in Alberta.

Water for Life is the overarching government-wide strategy for water in Alberta.

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