Forty new continuing care living spaces will help Camrose seniors remain close to family and friends and in their community.
The governments of Alberta and Canada will provide new housing units and on-site social supports for people who are at risk of homelessness in Lethbridge.
The new Alberta Indigenous Opportunities Corporation board brings strong business and financial experience to support partnerships in prosperity.
In 2020, seniors will have one number to call for
information, advocacy and referrals regarding
Alberta government services.
Government is investing $22 million to deliver more mental health supports for post-secondary students.
Alberta’s Child and Youth Advocate has completed a
special report on the experiences of six young
people who passed away over nine months in 2018,
and had received support from Children’s Services
through Support and Financial Assistance
Premier Jason Kenney issued the following statement on his meeting with Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs Chrystia Freeland.
The government is raising awareness of bullying
supports during Bullying Awareness Week, Nov. 18-
Beginning in 2020, Alberta will offer extra support for first responders and their families.
Provincial funding for high-priority flood-resilience projects in Calgary and other communities will help keep families, property and infrastructure safe.