Minister Schulz was elected to the Legislative Assembly of Alberta on April 16, 2019, as the MLA for Calgary-Shaw.
A wife and proud mother of two young children, Schulz has seen first-hand the challenges that Alberta’s families have faced during the last four years of economic stagnation and decline. A communications professional with a master’s degree from Johns Hopkins University, Schulz is eager to advocate for the types of common-sense policies that will grow Alberta’s economy and encourage investment and jobs to return to the province.
Rebecca Schulz was appointed as Alberta’s Minister of Children’s Services on April 30, 2019. Schulz will be focused on ensuring that all Alberta children have the best opportunity to succeed.
Minister of Education Adriana LaGrange and Minister of Children’s Services Rebecca Schulz issued the following statement for International Mentoring Day
Premier Kenney will meet with Prime Minister
Trudeau, and provincial cabinet ministers with
federal counterparts as they press for a fair deal for
Alberta within Canada.
Minister of Children’s Services Rebecca Schulz issued the following statement to recognize Halloween.
Budget 2019 provides $1 million more for Advancing
Futures, a program giving youth who have been in
care more financial support to pursue postsecondary
studies and learn life skills.
Minister of Children’s Services Rebecca Schulz issued the following statement on Foster and Kinship Caregiver Week 2019:
The Alberta government has awarded 16 young people the 2019 Great Kids Award for inspiring and changing the lives of others.
Two new graphic novels developed for First Nations
and Métis youth will help start conversations about
Nominations are now being accepted for the 2019 Minister’s Awards of Excellence in Child Development.