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Your Weekly Tune Up: June 19-25, 2021 Alberta 2030: Expanding Apprenticeship Education Alberta’s government is inviting post-secondary institutions and industry groups to collaborate and submit proposals for new certificate and diploma programs that provide a majority of education through paid on-the-job mentorship. Approved program proposals will qualify for grant funding to support program design and…

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Weekly Update: April 23 – 29, 2021 Supports for Business ICYMI: SMERG – Spring payment portal is now open The application portal for the third Small and Medium Enterprise Relaunch Grant (SMERG) is open! SMERG offers financial assistance to Alberta businesses, cooperatives and non-profit organizations with fewer than 500 employees that have faced restrictions or…

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Weekly Update: April 9 – 15, 2021 Supports for Business Alberta’s government is expanding the small business relaunch grant The Alberta government is offering small businesses affected by the most recent public health orders another payment of up to $10,000 from the Small and Medium Enterprise Relaunch Grant. Alberta businesses affected by the latest public…

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Weekly Update: April 1 – 8, 2021 Supports for Business Step 1 Restrictions in place again Additional restrictions were announced on Tuesday, April 6th. Effective at 11:59 p.m. on April 6, updated mandatory health measures go into effect for retail, fitness and performance activities. Effective at noon on Friday, April 9, restaurants will be restricted…

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Weekly Update: March 5-11, 2021 Supports for Business Alberta moves into full Step 2 of Path Forward Albertans can now enjoy reduced public health restrictions while strong measures remain in place to protect hospitals and limit the spread of COVID-19. Completing Step 2 of Alberta’s Path Forward, updated health measures are now in place for…

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Weekly Update: February 26 – March 4, 2021 Supports for Business Modifications for Indoor Fitness in Step 2 of Alberta’s Path Forward  Effective immediately, updated health measures are in place for indoor fitness including: Unsupervised low intensity individual and group exercises are now allowed by appointment only. Mandatory physical distance of three metres is required…

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Weekly Update: January 29 – February 4, 2021 Supports for Business Alberta begins Step 1 of plan to ease restrictions Step 1 of Alberta’s four-step framework to ease restrictions is underway as pressure eases on the health system and hospitalizations remain below 600. School-related and limited indoor and outdoor children’s sport and performance activities, one-on-one…

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Weekly update January 22-28, 2021 Supports for Business Provincial Health Measures Will Ease on Feb. 8 Additional health measures will be eased for restaurants, indoor fitness and some children’s activities, effective Feb. 8. Step 1 of Alberta’s four-step framework to ease restrictions is based on a COVID-19 hospitalization benchmark of 600, including intensive care patients.…

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Weekly update January 15-21, 2021 Supports for Business Enhanced Health Measures Remain in Place Mandatory, provincewide restrictions remain in effect. Continue to follow public health restrictions to protect others as well as the health-care system. Active case numbers are decreasing, but hospitalizations remain high. More information. Emissions Reduction Alberta’s (ERA) Energy Savings for Business Program…

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Weekly Update: November 27-December 3, 2020 Supports for Business Face Covering Requirements for Business Every Operator of a Public Place or Public Vehicle is required to prominently display a sign, as provided by the City, so that it is visible to a person immediately upon, or immediately prior to, entering the Public Place or Public…

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