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January 1, 2012

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This report provides information to shape the development of future curriculum at provincial and classroom levels. Although direction and parameters were provided to the researchers, the content reflects the authors' perspectives and does not necessarily reflect the position of Alberta Education.


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January 1, 2013

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Developed in collaboration with Apprenticeship Industry and Training - Alberta Advanced Education (AIT) and Technology, Red Deer College (RDC) and the University of Alberta, this document will provide school authorities with information necessary to complete the Teacher Bridging to Advanced CTS...


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May 1, 2012

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General information about bioenergy initiatives in Alberta


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August 1, 2003

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In 2003, the Alberta Government clarified the rules for recreational and exploration access on agricultural dispositions issued under the Public Lands Act, including grazing leases and farm development leases. The rules are contained in new legislation and regulations under the Agricultural...


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July 1, 2008

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Several types of agriculture dispositions can be assigned with the approval of government, if certain requirements are met.


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January 1, 2011

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Guide and case study for planning events.


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January 1, 2012

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This document is intended for all who are involved in the planning, implementation and administration of francophone education.


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December 1, 2003

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Grazing dispositions occur on more than six million acres of public land in Alberta. An additional two million acres of land in the Rocky Mountains Forest reserve is designated for grazing use through allotments. Public land provides over 1.6 million Animal Unit Months (AUMs)* of forage each...


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January 1, 2012

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This document is intended for all who are involved in the planning, implementation and administration of francophone education.


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October 1, 1998

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Over 60 per cent of Alberta's land base is public land. Under the Public Lands Act, public land is divided into two management categories or zones. The Green Area, or forested portion, includes most of northern Alberta as well as the mountains and foothill areas along the western boundary of...


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March 31, 2011

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Students with vision loss in Alberta are an extremely heterogeneous and low-incidence group which has complex and unique instructional needs. They vary in age, degree of vision loss, grade placement and cognitive ability. School authorities have the responsibility for providing educational...


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July 1, 2003

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An important economic consideration in the management of Alberta's tame pastures is controlling the amount of woody plants such as trees and shrubs (also called brush encroachment). In low cover amounts, woody plants on tame pastures can provide complimentary livestock forage, provide shade, act...


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July 1, 1997

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In Alberta there's vacant public land that contains hay that can be harvested and sold, or fed to livestock. However, before this hay can be cut, authorization must be obtained from the appropriate government agency.


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May 1, 2000

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Alberta's alternative livestock industry, including the production of fresh fish through aquaculture for commercial purposes, has expanded rapidly over the last few years. At the same time, an interest is being expressed to raise fish on public land for commercial or personal use. In addition,...


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September 1, 2007

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The Farm Holdings Consolidation Program allows holders of long-term Grazing Leases and Farm Development Leases in the White Area (settled area North of hwy 16) an opportunity to request the sale of up to one section (640 acres) of their leased land and then to match the highest bid in a public...


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April 1, 2008

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In 2003, Alberta introduced a Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) program for new drivers. The intent of GDL is to improve road safety by extending the learning stage, regardless of age. New drivers will gain valuable experience in driving and handling a vehicle under low-risk conditions. Then, when...


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April 13, 2012

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13 summaries of workshops held at an education conference held in 2012


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October 1, 2000

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Alberta's grazing lands are an important and valuable resource. They warrant careful, long-term stewardship and protection. Thoughtful planning of their care and use will keep these lands in good condition for continued grazing. Grazing opportunities are based on the capability (climate, soil,...


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September 1, 1997

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The Government of Alberta is responsible for managing public land for the benefits of all Albertans, both now and in the future. Public land management focuses on establishing and sustaining an optimum balance of use, conservation and development of resources, in harmony with the values and needs...


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September 1, 1997

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In the 1970s, the provincial government began using ?public land? in place of ?Crown land? when referring to land administered under the Public Lands Act. This was done to avoid confusion with other federal and provincial land. This didn't affect the dispositions or the rights of the disposition...