MLA Jack Hayden

Alberta passes new health legislation – MLA

Principles to guide the health system, as well as a commitment to…

Adjusting policies to meet challenges of aging population – MLA Jack Hayden

New framework to help Alberta meet the opportunities and challenges of an…

New tools help beef producers profit from pasture to plate

Alberta’s producers will soon have more access to secure long-term loans needed…

Province increases flexibility for disaster recovery programs – MLA Report

As relief efforts continue in Southern Alberta and on other disaster recovery…

New school year – more progress on infrastructure – MLA

More than 12,000 students filled the classrooms, hallways and gymnasiums of an…

Communities urged to apply for crime prevention grants

Alberta communities interested in reducing and preventing crime in their neighbourhoods are…

U.S. legislators get first-hand look at Alberta’s oil sands

U.S. legislators have a new perspective on the province’s plan for energy…

Advancing competitiveness Stelmach’s priority

Advancing western priorities and strengthening cooperation on energy, environment and the economy…

Grants help rural communities maximize economic potential

Communities across Alberta are sharing $1.74 million to support projects aimed at…

Steps to attract more energy investments

To further energize investment, the Alberta government unveiled initiatives to accelerate new…

Cabinet ministers to listen to people

“It’s vitally important to get outside the Legislature walls, meet with people face-to-face in their communities, hear from them, and learn more about their issues,” said Premier Ed Stelmach. “It is also important to get additional feedback on my government’s plan to prepare Alberta to lead Canada out of the global recession.”

Increased access to capital contributes to agriculture industry

In 2009, the Alberta government’s Agriculture Financial Services Corporation (AFSC) marked a record year in serving Albertans, by providing increased access to capital and facilitating a total investment of $686 million in the province’s agriculture, value-added and rural economies.

Our teachers do an excellent job for our youth and we are proud to recognize them

Educators have the challenging and rewarding job of encouraging students to enjoy learning. By modelling positive behaviours for students, teachers do an outstanding job of preparing youth for the journey of life-long learning.

Premier focuses on Alberta’s competitiveness at national forum

Premier Ed Stelmach highlighted Alberta’s competitiveness as manufacturers and oil sands suppliers from across Canada and around the world met to discuss the latest technology and supply opportunities in the oil sands.

Rural programs help Albertans connect and diversify

Two Government of Alberta programs continue to help rural communities create business opportunities and access high-speed broadband services.

Search is on for Albertans who make a difference in agriculture

The search is on for the cream of the crop - Alberta’s best - for the Alberta Agriculture Hall of Fame.

New cabinet to focus on four goals

Alberta Premier Ed Stelmach named his new cabinet team, which will focus on four goals that will bring Alberta out of the recession stronger than ever before.

Message of unity from the Premier

During difficult economic times, it is important to stick together and help each other out. It is the Alberta way. We did it during the Depression in the 1930s and we did it during the dark days of the National Energy Program.

Care for seniors is a priority

Accommodations for seniors will be priority for new bonds
The first offering to Albertans investing in the province’s new capital bond initiative will help increase access to accommodations for Alberta’s seniors.

Celebrating Excellence – contest to Olympics

If you are in grades four to 12, it’s not too late to enter a contest for free tickets to the Vancouver Olympics in February.