Alberta

JASON KENNEY MUST TELL DISABLED ALBERTANS WHICH OF THEM WILL LOSE AISH

News Release JASON KENNEY MUST TELL DISABLED ALBERTANS WHICH OF THEM WILL LOSE AISH CALGARY – After the shocking revelation from Jason Kenney that his UCP government is planning to eliminate some forms of disabilities from being eligible for the Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped (AISH) program, NDP Leader Rachel Notley is calling on … Continue reading

Oil upgrading proposals worth billions
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Oil upgrading proposals worth billions

News Release Oil upgrading proposals worth billions Premier Rachel Notley’s made-in-Alberta energy upgrading strategy is a step closer to creating thousands of jobs and attracting billions of dollars in private sector investment while keeping more value in the province. Six project proposals are being considered for investment in partial upgrading of oil sands bitumen. These … Continue reading

School nutrition pilot helps students get “Future Ready”
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School nutrition pilot helps students get “Future Ready”

News Release School nutrition pilot helps students get “Future Ready”   The Government of Alberta has launched a school nutrition pilot program in 14 school boards across the province to help prepare students for a healthy future. The program is part of the Government of Alberta’s “Future Ready” initiative that co-ordinates training from kindergarten to … Continue reading

Premier Notley, Cabinet to restore education funding for 2015-16, support enrolment growth
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Premier Notley, Cabinet to restore education funding for 2015-16, support enrolment growth

News Release Helping secure a bright future for Alberta’s children The Premier and her Cabinet are restoring education funding for the 2015-16 school year —and are also funding enrolment growth — to provide needed resources to support student learning. “This government firmly believes that Alberta’s students deserve the best education we can deliver and, by … Continue reading

Alberta’s first NDP cabinet will be sworn in on the steps of the Alberta Legislature this afternoon
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Alberta’s first NDP cabinet will be sworn in on the steps of the Alberta Legislature this afternoon

Source: http://www.albertandp.ca/swearingin RSVP for Rachel Notley’s cabinet swearing-in Alberta’s first NDP cabinet will be sworn in on the steps of the Alberta Legislature. Join Alberta’s new Premier Rachel Notley at this family-friendly event as her cabinet is sworn in. There will be music, and free frozen treats. Here are the details: MAY 24, 2015 AT … Continue reading

Premier Designate Notley, new cabinet sworn in on May 24
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Premier Designate Notley, new cabinet sworn in on May 24

News Release Premier Designate Notley, new cabinet sworn in on May 24 Today, Premier Designate Rachel Notley made a series of announcements regarding the swearing-in of Cabinet and the Legislative session. “During this transition period our focus has been on listening carefully to the briefing and advice we have been receiving from the public service, … Continue reading

Premier Designate Notley retains the current head of the Alberta public service
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Premier Designate Notley retains the current head of the Alberta public service

News Release Premier Designate Notley retains the current head of the Alberta public service Alberta Premier Designate Rachel Notley today confirmed she will retain Richard Dicerni, the current head of the Alberta public service, in his present role. Mr. Dicerni will continue to serve as Deputy Minister for Executive Council in the new Alberta government. … Continue reading

Rachel Notley thanks Albertans for electing her Premier; Election Night Message from Jim Prentice
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Rachel Notley thanks Albertans for electing her Premier; Election Night Message from Jim Prentice

News Release Rachel Notley thanks Albertans for electing her Premier For Immediate Release – May 05, 2015 Well, I think we made a little history tonight! Friends, change has finally come to Alberta: new people, new ideas, and a fresh start for our great province. I have just spoken to Premier Jim Prentice. Jim Prentice … Continue reading