The Government of Alberta announced Thursday Class 4, 5, and 6 driver exams would be privatized, a move the UCP says will provide quicker access to road tests. Starting Dec. 1, Albertans can book road tests with local registry agents, who will contract directly with driver examiners. […]
The Government of Alberta announced Tuesday that flu shots are available free of charge across the province at pharmacies and doctors’ offices. Additionally, immunization appointments for those under five years old and those in their household are available through Alberta Health Services (AHS). […]
Bill 10, the Public Health (Emergency Powers) Amendment Act, was passed in the Alberta Legislature in April and further expanded emergency powers that have been in place through the Public Health Act since 2002. […]
Following on a February 2020 report that identified 57 recommendations and 72 saving opportunities, the Government of Alberta is now directing Alberta Health Services (AHS) to implement a portion of their plan. […]
AGLC launched PlayAlberta.ca Oct. 1, a regulated, online gambling website Albertans over the age of 18 and pysically located in the province can take part in. The government says the site has a variety of virtual slots and table games at launch, and that more features will be added as time goes on. The gamng commission says the site integrates GameSense into the platform. […]
The Government of Alberta is getting a $72 million boost from the federal government as part of its Safe Restart agreement. The monies will be used to support licensed child care programs through the economic relaunch. […]
This Labour Day long weekend, as Albertans enjoyed the last of their summer holidays, RCMP conducted enforcement initiatives across the province, working to keep roadways safe. From Sept. 4 through Sept. 7, Alberta RCMP issued a total of 2,592 traffic tickets and 412 warnings.