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Topics: Society and Communities

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January 1, 2002

Description

The Women’s Institute Act describes the establishment, incorporation, governance and operation of Women’s Institutes in Alberta. The legislated purpose of the Women’s Institutes is the improvement of social conditions in rural and other communities.


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December 9, 2016

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The Act states that, starting in 2017, Sept. 7 of each year shall be known as "Alberta’s Ukrainian-Canadian Heritage Day." The date was chosen to honour the first officially recorded Ukrainian immigrants, Ivan Pylypiw and Vasyl Eleniak, who arrived in Canada on Sept. 7, 1891.


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November 4, 2008

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Establishes Ukrainian Famine and Genocide (Holodomor) Memorial Day.


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January 1, 2002

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The Remembrance Day Act establishes requirements for school observance of Remembrance Day.


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January 1, 2002

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The Act enables the Minister to promote and encourage the orderly development of recreational activities and facilities for the betterment of the people of Alberta.


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November 1, 2010

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The Act gives the regional health authority the responsibility of contracting with nursing homes. The Act deals with nursing home contracts, nursing home operations, and general matters including the Minister’s ability to move residents to another facility if a contract is cancelled or suspended.


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January 1, 2002

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This act establishes English as the official language in Alberta. Members of the Legislative Assembly are granted the right to speak either French or English in the Assembly. French or English may be used in oral communication in all Alberta courts dealing with provincial offences.


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January 1, 2002

Description

This act establishes English as the official language in Alberta. Members of the Legislative Assembly are granted the right to speak either French or English in the Assembly. French or English may be used in oral communication in all Alberta courts dealing with provincial offences.


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January 1, 2002

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Establishes Yom ha-Shoah - Holocaust Memorial Day.


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June 13, 2016

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Provides for the use, designation and protection of moveable and immoveable historic resources; establishes the Historic Resources Fund and The Alberta Historical Resources Foundation.