The province publicly released the Diploma Exam and Provincial Achievement Test scores and the updated Accountability Pillar Report this week, completing the overall report card for the district, which also includes measures that assess education quality and satisfaction levels within Greater St. Albert Catholic Division’s schools. The report highlights a rating of “Good” or “Excellent” in fourteen of fifteen standards. […]
The province is preparing for the legalization of cannabis and are seeking input on The Alberta Cannabis Framework, which outlines who will be able to buy it and where, and where they will be allowed to use it. […]
The NDP to pause their minimum wage advancement at $13.60 while they study the effects of higher minimum wages and create a comprehensive poverty reduction strategy, Alberta Party Leader Greg Clark said Tuesday. […]
Fourteen members have either been appointed or reappointed to the Premier’s Council on the Status of Persons with Disabilities, a council that advises government from a disability perspective on how to ensure programs, services, and communication tools are inclusive and accessible for those with varying abilities.
Age appropriate information being taught about the opioid overdose crisis in the Alberta curriculum, is something the United Conservative Party Official Opposition is hoping to see as students return to school throughout Alberta. […]