The Government of Alberta says it is making sure firefighters who contract ovarian and cervical cancer will receive workers’ compensation benefits and supports. The minimum exposure period will be 10 years for these cancers. Government is also reducing the minimum exposure period from 20 to 10 years for compensation for testicular cancer. […]
The Government of Alberta says it is speeding up the licensing process for about 25,000 Albertans working as security guards, private investigators, locksmiths and other security-related occupations, including loss prevention, security alarm responder, executive protection, patrol dog handler, private investigator, and automotive lock bypass workers. […]
The Campaign for a Smoke-Free Alberta, a coalition of health organizations, gave Alberta government a C-minus for its overall effort to reduce tobacco use in an annual report card Wednesday, the second consecutive year the province has received the failing grade. […]
Each month of the year, police, sheriffs and peace officers focus on a different aspect of the Alberta Traffic Safety calendar. January’s focus is on intersection safety.
The Government of Alberta is taking the opportunity to remind Albertans, especially vehicle drivers to use precaution at intersections. […]
A Better Deal for Consumers and Businesses Act would better protect Albertans buying or repairing a vehicle by increasing the accountability and transparency of the automotive industry, the government announced Thursday. […]
Continuing the freeze on tuition and fees through the 2018-19 academic year will keep post-secondary education affordable and accessible for 250,000 full and part-time students and apprentices, the Government of Alberta said Thursday.