Open Government Program

All Resources

Search a listing of Government of Alberta open datasets and publications. Can’t find what you are looking for? Suggest a resource.

4,883 results

Publication Type: Fact Sheet Language: English (Canadian) Formats: PDF

Views: 44
Updated

May 17, 2024

Description

Environment and Protected Areas (EPA) recognizes that drought conditions in 2024 may impact a wide variety of water users including business, the agricultural sector and communities. EPA is...


Views: 31
Updated

May 17, 2024

Description

Environment and Protected Areas (EPA) recognizes that drought conditions in 2024 may impact a wide variety of water users including business, the agricultural sector and communities. EPA is...


Views: 50
Updated

May 17, 2024

Description

Environment and Protected Areas (EPA) recognizes that drought conditions in 2024 may impact a wide variety of water users including business, the agricultural sector and communities. EPA is...


Views: 37
Updated

May 17, 2024

Description

Environment and Protected Areas (EPA) recognizes that drought conditions in 2024 may impact a wide variety of water users including business, the agricultural sector and communities. EPA is...


Views: 1629
Updated

May 17, 2024

Description

The following STANDATA were issued under the National Building Code–2023 Alberta edition. STANDATA, which include province-wide variances and interpretations, are specific to the version of the...


Views: 18
Updated

May 17, 2024

Description

On May 16, 2024, the Consumer Protection (Life Leases) Amendment Act, 2024 came into force. This legislation amends the Consumer Protection Act and establishes new requirements for life lease...


Views: 2
Updated

May 16, 2024

Description

This information sheet explains Alberta's water priority system, which is based on seniority. This "first in time, first in right" (FITFIR) system has been a key principle of granting and...


Views: 5
Updated

May 16, 2024

Description

Alberta Aids to Daily Living assists Albertans with a long-term disability, chronic illness or terminal illness, in maintaining independence in their community. AADL provides funding for basic...


Views: 99746
Updated

May 10, 2024

Description

In Alberta, the Residential Tenancies Act applies to most people who rent the place where they live. This law sets out the rights and responsibilities that apply to tenants. This publication...


Views: 33440
Updated

May 10, 2024

Description

All banks, credit unions, trust companies and insurance companies offering LIRAs, LIFs and LRIFs to customers must be on the Superintendent’s List of Financial Institutions offering locked-in...