Almost a week into distracted driving awareness month, RCMP are urging Albertans not to get caught up in the feeling that we should be multitasking every moment of the day, particular when behind the wheel. […]
Alberta businesses and nonprofits have until Feb. 9 to apply for this year’s Student Temporary Employment Program (STEP), a provincial program that gives thousands of students across Alberta an opportunity to benefit from summer work experience, while supporting employers hiring summer staff. […]
The province says Alberta will see thousands of new jobs and more than one billion dollars invested into diversifying the economy as a result of the province’s Capital Investment Tax Credit (CITC). […]
It’s no secret that the carbon tax imposed by the NDP is heavily impacting Alberta’s farmers and ranchers. Anyone reading this is likely more than familiar with the extra cost of filling up just to get into town, or the heightened costs that producers face in transporting products. […]
The government is looking for Albertans to help deliver on the province’s first French Policy by applying to join the Alberta Advisory Council on the Francophonie, a new council that will advise the Minister of Culture and Tourism, responsible for the Francophone Secretariat, on the implementation of Alberta’s French Policy.
On Day three of its annual Red Tape Awareness Week, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) is calling on federal and provincial governments to resolve at least three regulatory issues in 2018 through the newly launched Regulatory Reconciliation and Cooperation Table (RCT). The table was established under the new Canadian Free Trade Agreement (CFTA), which came into effect in July 2017. […]