The government’s newly appointed Human Trafficking Task Force will find ways to prevent human trafficking and protect and empower survivors.
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.
Up to $17.8 million in grants will be provided to child care centres and approved family day home agencies to ensure they are ready to safely restart and support families through Alberta’s economic recovery.
Minister of Culture, Multiculturalism and Status of Women Leela Sharon Aheer, Minister of Community and Social Services Rajan Sawhney, Minister of Children’s Services Rebecca Schulz, and Minister of Seniors and Housing Josephine Pon issued the following joint statement on continued support for those experiencing domestic and family violence during the COVID-19 pandemic
Bill 8, the Protecting Survivors of Human Trafficking Act will introduce tough new measures to help address human trafficking and better protect and empower survivors.
Family Resource Networks (FRNs) will deliver prevention and early intervention services and supports through a provincial network of community-based service providers.
Government is expanding eligibility for select licensed child care centres to provide child care for all essential service workers.
Minister of Children’s Services Rebecca Schulz issued the following statement on ending accreditation of child care centres
Minister of Children’s Services Rebecca Schulz issued the following statement about Social Work Week 2020.
The Government of Alberta is introducing a consistent and equitable funding model to help vulnerable children across the province get the help they need.