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Current continuing care legislation dates back to 1985 and includes six acts, six regulations and three standards. Currently, each stream of continuing care in Alberta – home care, supportive living and long-term care – is governed by its own legislation. In the coming months, Albertans and key stakeholders – including home care providers, facility operators…

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A new grant program is now available to help grain farmers upgrade their grain handling systems.  The Efficient Grain Dryer Program is funded through the Canadian Agricultural Partnership and will help cover costs for eligible grain dryer improvements. Applicants will be able to choose equipment that makes sense for the size and volume of their…

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The provincial government has opened consultation on the rules that govern municipal and school board elections to help meet the needs and expectations of Albertans. The government wants to hear from voters, elected officials, community advocacy groups and campaign volunteers on how rules can be improved to enhance transparency and participation in local elections. Take…

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Grow Your Business Through the Alberta Export Expansion Program The Alberta Export Expansion Program (AEEP) helps Alberta small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), municipalities, Indigenous communities, industry associations, and economic development organizations that are promoting Alberta exports through international business travel or bringing international buyers to Alberta. Find out more here: https://www.alberta.ca/alberta-export-expansion-program.aspx. For more business resources…

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Do You Know a Remarkable Hatter? Nominate Them for the Alberta Order of Excellence! Do you know a remarkable Hatter? The Alberta Order of Excellence Council receives and considers the nominations of candidates for future induction into the Alberta Order of Excellence. The Council is made up of volunteer representatives appointed by Order-in-Council from across…

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MLA’s Returning to Legislature on Feb. 25 Alberta’s MLAs will return to the Legislature for a Speech from the Throne which will outline the government’s legislative agenda for the year ahead. We will be watching to see what the government lays out as their priorities and will ensure that we advocate for on the policies…

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Have Your Say: Budget Consultation 2020 The provincial government is budget consultations to hear from Albertans for the Budget 2020. Join Finance Minister Travis Toews on a telephone town hall to share your thoughts on how to get Alberta’s finance back on track. Northern Alberta (north of Red Deer) – Monday, January 27 from 6:30…

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New Rules for Workplace Health and Safety Requirements and training for workplace health and safety committees (HSC) and representatives (HS representative). Rather than being committees or representatives required at each worksite, HSC and HS representatives will be required for each employer regardless of how many sites the employer operates. Also, while government-approved training is still…

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