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Today the Alberta Government released an updated dataset which revealed the frequency and ranking of first names given to babies born in the province of Alberta, by year of birth and gender of the baby. For more information, please visit https://bit.ly/2MaPhAt
Please note that the Alberta Open Government Program is closed December 24 to January 1 for the holidays. We reopen January 2.
The 2018 Survey of Albertans on Culture and Tourism is a province-wide telephone survey of 1,000 adult Albertans designed to understand participation in and public appreciation of: • Arts and Culture, • Tourism, • Sports, • Heritage, and • Recreation. Now, through the Alberta Open Government Portal, you can access the data from the survey. […]
Did you know that September 24-28 this year is Right to Know Week in Canada? Canada celebrates this week every year to raise awareness of a citizen’s right to access public information. In the spirit of open government and transparency, the Alberta Open Government Portal provides access to government data and information. An important part […]
This summer, the Government of Alberta and the Government of Canada launched the Federated Open Data Search Pilot Project. This project is a collaboration between our two programs that is fostering the creation of a federated open data search capability. This ‘federation’ (a simultaneous search of multiple resources) means that visitors to the open data […]
This summer, the Alberta Open Government Program celebrated the fifth anniversary of our Open Government Portal. What we are celebrating is a portal that provides access to Alberta data, publications, graphs and charts that the government creates. We celebrate: That the number of datasets that we launched in our first version of the portal has […]
At the end of August, the department’s rangeland management team made 65+ years of ecological data available on the Government of Alberta’s Open Data Portal. It’s a significant step on the path toward making the data the government collects more readily available to anyone who needs it. “The real advantage is that anyone can find […]
The Government of Alberta Sole-Source Service Contract database provides information on sole-source service contracts of $10,000 or more made by Government of Alberta departments. The database has recently been updated with an additional 213 contracts with start dates on or before December 31, 2017. Government of Alberta sole-source service contract data is also available in […]
Please note that the Alberta Open Government Program is closed December 23 to January 1 for the holidays. We reopen January 2.