Grade K to 12 students will return to in-person classes on Monday, Jan. 11 as planned; however, social gatherings and other mandatory health measures will be in place until at least Jan. 21 throughout Alberta. […]
The government is tabling Bill 18, An Act to Ensure Independent Environmental Monitoring, an Act it says would officially move the environmental monitoring, evaluation and reporting functions that were once led by the Alberta Environmental Monitoring Evaluation and Reporting Agency (AEMERA) back into the government fold. […]
The government announced Tuesday that Energy Minister Margaret McCuaig-Boyd and British High Commissioner to Canada Howard Drake have signed a UK-Alberta Low Carbon Innovation and Growth Framework. […]
The province is looking for the next group of heritage heroes, and asking Albertans to help point out outstanding contributions to the preservation of heritage.
The Alberta Historical Resources Foundation Heritage Awards are awarded every two years and recognize the outstanding achievements of Albertans engaged in heritage preservation, protection and promotion. […]