The Government of Alberta is providing security for Alberta residential renters during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Minister Glubish was elected to the Legislative Assembly of Alberta on April 16, 2019, as the MLA for Strathcona-Sherwood Park.
Born in Edmonton, Glubish was raised in Saskatoon, where he earned his Bachelor of Commerce degree, majoring in Finance, at the University of Saskatchewan before moving back to the Edmonton area in 2004 to start his career. He is married to Allison, his wife of 10 years, who is a junior high teacher with Elk Island Public Schools.
Glubish has dedicated his professional life to facilitating investment in Alberta technology companies. He began his career with Foundation Equity, an investment ﬁrm, where over eight years he rose to Partner and participated in the negotiation and success of more than $40 million in technology business investments.
He then spent four years at the Edmonton head office of NCSG Crane & Heavy Haul Services, where he managed their mergers & acquisitions efforts, investing over $150 million to buy eight companies and grow their operations across North America. These transactions generated signiﬁcant interest from the Private Equity investment community, which resulted in the sale of a majority stake in NCSG to one of the largest Canadian private equity firms.
Prior to his election, Glubish worked for Vancouver-based Yaletown Partners, a Venture Capital fund, where he oversees investments into Alberta-based technology companies.
Nate Glubish was appointed as the Minister for Service Alberta on April 30, 2019. He will apply his expertise to provide and ensure an efficient delivery of the services Albertans rely on.
Minister of Service Alberta Nate Glubish issued the following statement on daylight saving time
The Government of Alberta is giving easier, more affordable access to dispute resolution services to mobile home site residents and landlords.
More Online Tools For Alberta Consumers | De Nouveaux Outils en Ligne au Service Des Consommateurs Albertains
Service Alberta’s Budget 2019 invests in innovation and modernization to enhance consumer protection and promote confidence in the marketplace.
The Government of Alberta is making important adjustments to condominium regulations to ease the burden on condo owners, boards and corporations.
Minister of Service Alberta Nate Glubish has
appointed Duane Monea to assume governance
responsibilities at the Real Estate Council of Alberta
Updates to government programs will allow seniors to submit benefit claims and repayments for loan programs online.
The Real Estate Amendment Act 2019 will bring an end to ongoing dysfunction by reforming governance of Alberta’s real estate regulator.
Service Alberta Minister Nate Glubish issued the
following statement on Right to Know Day.