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Topics: Science, Technology and Innovation Publication Type: Fact Sheet

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June 3, 2019

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Provides a quick overview of the GreenSTEM pilot program and how to apply for funding through the program. GreenSTEM is a cleantech-focused entrepreneurial Fellowship that is intended to enable hard-tech spin outs and start-ups from Alberta's research universities through access to seed funding,...


Views: 95
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March 1, 2019

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This fact sheet presents a collaboration between the Environmental Monitoring and Science Division of Alberta Environment and Parks and Bigstone Cree Nation. The goal of the project was to collect scientifically credible water quality data and report on the condition of the lake ecosystem. The...


Views: 115
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March 1, 2019

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The Indigenous Lake Monitoring Program was developed in response to Indigenous communities concerns about the quality of lakes of local importance and the impact on resources. This program is part of the Provincial Lake Monitoring Program designed to collect baseline lake quality data across...


Views: 1515
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February 1, 2019

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Shopping on the Internet is different than shopping at your local mall. The Internet Sales Contract Regulation applies to residents of Alberta or to people purchasing goods or services from Alberta businesses that sell online. Only goods or services that are bought or sold for personal, family or...


Views: 558
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January 30, 2019

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Presents the results of an aerial survey of deer and elk in Wildlife Management Unit 108 in February 2018. Aerial surveys are the primary method used to assess the population size, distribution, population trends and herd composition of ungulates in Alberta. This information supports the...


Views: 569
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February 1, 2017

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The Internet is widely used by Albertans for many purposes. Although educational and entertaining, it can also expose users to scams and other fraudulent activities. This publication outlines how to keep you and your online activities out of harm’s way.