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Formats: XLSX DOCX

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Last Modified

April 30, 2019

Description

This collection of datasets are provided in both Excel and .csv format and contain aggregated data, from 2013-2019, on the number of individuals accessing Adult Shelters funded by Community and Social Services (CSS). Information contained in the data set includes: Date, Shelter Name, Total...


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Last Modified

April 24, 2019

Description

This data set contains information on child care programs in Alberta. Data available includes the following: - Type of Program: child care programs in Alberta are either licensed under the Child Care Licensing Act (and include day care programs, preschool programs, group family child care...


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Last Modified

November 15, 2018

Description

The Alberta Artist in Residence Grant Program seeks to inspire innovation in the arts and encourage civic dialogue by supporting visionary artists and cultural leaders to create work and lead conversations on the role of artists and the arts in society. This guidelines document describes the...


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Last Modified

September 7, 2017

Description

The data is based information reported to Workers’ Compensation Board by March 31 for employers who are required to have WCB accounts. The dataset contain employer-specific information on occupational fatality, lost-time and disabling injury claims and presented as counts and rates. This...


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Last Modified

January 1, 2017

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The Manual has been developed collaboratively by Alberta Health (HEALTH), Alberta Infrastructure (INFRA) and Alberta Health Services (AHS) (the Parties). The Parties work together to build the right facilities in the right communities to meet Albertans’ health needs now and into the future. The...


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Last Modified

June 24, 2016

Description

These long-term population projections by single year of age and sex have been developed by applying the component cohort survival model to assumptions about future trends in fertility, mortality and migration, under three different sets of assumptions (i.e. low, medium and high scenarios).