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Language: Chinese (Traditional)

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August 22, 2019

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Information on Alberta's cattle and beef industries , including common breeds and feed, and bio-security, monitoring, food safety, and traceability practices


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July 1, 2019

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The purpose of this guide is to help you understand the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHS Act) and your role in ensuring health and safety at the work site.


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June 18, 2018

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After six Muslims were killed in a Quebec City mosque in 2017, the Premier committed to take action against racism in Alberta. This plan delivers on that commitment, following extensive consultations with Albertans who experience racism first-hand. It includes two items which will be implemented...


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January 1, 2018

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Alberta accounts for over half of Canada's annual barley production making it a reliable supplier of high-quality feed, malt and food barley. This promotional brochure highlights the attributes of barley and Alberta's barley supply.


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January 1, 2014

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An overview of Alberta's provincial parks in English and Chinese.


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January 1, 2013

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One in a set of posters available in multiple languages to highlight the Family Violence Info Line, which offers advice and referrals to those experiencing elder abuse or who think elder abuse may be happening to someone they know.


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March 1, 2011

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Everyone has a role to play in making the communities, homes and schools hopeful and happy places to be. This information sheet presents what adults can do to prevent and stop bullying.


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March 1, 2011

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Ethnic bullying is intending to harm someone because of their race or culture. Bullies who hide behind racially motivated beliefs and attitudes are still bullies. In fact, law enforcement may consider racially motivated bullying to be a hate crime and they may prosecute.