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Topics: Government Licenses: Open Government Licence - Alberta Audience: Government Language: English (Canadian)

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June 11, 2021

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Compiles information submitted annually by all Alberta municipalities via the financial information return (FIR) and statistical information return (SIR). The FIR represents a standardized summary of the information contained in the annual audited financial statements of each municipality...


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June 9, 2021

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Presents a list and summary for completed, current and future fatality inquiries. It also includes a list of fatality inquiries waiting for completion of investigative proceedings.


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June 4, 2021

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Clare’s Law allows people to make informed choices about potentially harmful intimate partner relationships, and is an important tool in protecting Albertans from domestic violence.


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June 4, 2021

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Clare’s Law allows people to make informed choices about potentially harmful intimate partner relationships, and is an important tool in protecting Albertans from domestic violence.


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June 2, 2021

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The National Action Plan responds to the Final Report of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls. The plan is the collaborative effort of all levels of government, Indigenous representative groups and organizations. The plan includes actions by Alberta’s...


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June 2, 2021

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The certification program requires that operators have post-secondary education, or equivalent, to meet the requirements for Levels III and IV certification. Substitutions of applicable approved experience or CEUs can be used to gain the equivalent of post-secondary education.


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June 1, 2021

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This Bulletin describes what to expect at a typical LPRT1 development appeal hearing for those preparing to speak at a hearing, or those observing. To prepare for a hearing, review the Rules of Procedure for Subdivision and Development Appeals. Contact a LPRT case manager for more information.


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June 1, 2021

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This bulletin defines common acronyms used by the Alberta Land and Property Rights Tribunal (LPRT), previously known as the Municipal Government Board (MGB) in board orders, hearings and bulletins related to land use planning.


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June 1, 2021

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Subdivision appeal hearings are electronically recorded to allow for transcription at a later date. This bulletin explains the legislative requirements for the provision of transcripts to the Court of Appeal if requested, and the procedures used to record hearings.