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December 1, 2007

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To gain a greater understanding how Albertans feel about the idea of redesigning the licence plate, Service Alberta commissioned Janet Brown Consulting Ltd. to conduct a telephone survey with a random and representative sample of 1,000 Albertans, age 18 and over.


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June 30, 2007

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In 2005, the Government of Alberta initiated consultation on a proposed mineable oil sands strategy to clarify and update policies that guide and regulate oil sands development. A multistakeholder committee was formed in 2006 to consult with Albertans on oil sands development. Input was received...


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June 30, 2007

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In January 2007, the Aboriginal Consultation Interdepartmental Committee was formed to gather feedback from First Nations and Métis on the potential impacts that Alberta’s oil sands development may have on Aboriginal rights and traditional uses. This process ran parallel with a larger public...


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March 5, 2007

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Presentation given to the Hydrocarbon Upgrading Task Force in March 2007 updating the task force on the progress of the Mult-Stakeholder Committee and associated panel, which were tasked with consulting with stakeholders on oil sands development in Alberta.


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October 1, 2005

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A steering group that includes representatives from environmental organizations, First Nations, industry and government is being asked to revise plans for consulting on policy principles for Alberta’s draft Mineable Oil Sands Strategy (MOSS) and the draft Fort McMurray Mineable Oil Sands...


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October 1, 2005

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The Government of Alberta uses an integrated approach to development of natural resources so environmental, social and economic issues are considered. Policies and strategies developed in consultation with Albertans guide public and private actions that contribute to sustainable resource and...


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January 29, 2003

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Presents the results of focus groups and discussion sessions held in November 2002 to explore the support for, and implications of, the Alberta's proposed private sector privacy legislation.


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July 1, 1997

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Public involvement is an important tool in assisting the Alberta Government with making decisions on the use of the public land under its management. These include large-scale planning initiatives such as regional integrated decisions (RID), local site-specific decisions such as the allocation...