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Topics: Health and Wellness Laws and Justice Families and Children

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December 14, 2018

Description

Alberta’s Family Violence Death Review Committee (the Committee) is an internal arm’s length, multi-disciplinary, cross-sector group reporting directly to the Minister of Community and Social Services. The Committee has the responsibility to review family violence deaths and make recommendations...


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October 17, 2018

Description

This Act enables a guardian to apply to the Court for an order to protect a child who is abusing drugs.


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January 1, 2018

Description

This Act establishes a number of requirements for the owners and operators of artificial tanning facilities including prohibitions against selling, offering or providing artificial tanning services to minors.


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December 31, 2017

Description

This searchable database provides information on sole-source service contracts of $10,000 or more made by Government of Alberta departments. Contract numbers followed by an "(a)" indicate an amendment to an existing contract. Agencies, Boards and Commissions are not included. The contract data...


Views: 994
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August 30, 2017

Description

This dataset provides information on judicial recommendations arising from public fatality inquiries to the Minister of Justice and Solicitor General, and the actions or inactions of responsible entities.


Views: 839
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July 15, 2015

Description

This searchable database provides information on grant payments made by the Government of Alberta departments and select agencies to support programs and initiatives throughout the province. The payment data starts at April 1, 2014 and will be updated quarterly. The results are year to date....


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October 1, 2012

Description

If an adult doesn't have the capacity to make decisions, a health care provider can choose one of the adult’s relatives to make a one-time, time-sensitive decision. Specific decision-making can be about health care, and/or temporary admission to or discharge from a residential care facility.