Alberta Municipal Affairs

Municipal Government Act to change how municipalities work together

The act is our province’s second largest piece of legislation and touches the daily lives of all Albertans by defining how their municipalities are governed, funded, and developed. 

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Wireless Alerting

There are many things that can help to save a life. A life-preserver. A first aid kit. A fire extinguisher. As of April 2018, another item has been added to this list: a mobile phone.

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City Charters

The Government of Alberta and the cities of Edmonton and Calgary are working together to create City Charters to provide Alberta’s two largest cities with the legislative ability to pursue innovations and efficiencies to better serve their residents in a number of areas.

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Budget 2018

The 2018 Alberta budget is scheduled to be released March 22 at 3:30 p.m. The livestream can be viewed online starting at 3:15 p.m.

Budget 2018 focuses on extending the benefits of the province's recovery to all Albertans by continuing to diversify our economy, create jobs, and protect the vital public services families depend on.

For details on the fiscal plan, click here.

Click here to be taken to the Government of Alberta Strategic Plan.

Click here for more on the consultation process leading up to the 2018 budget.


Minister Anderson Announces Funding Supports for Wood Buffalo Recovery

Alberta Municipal Affairs Minister Shaye Anderson announces Disaster Recovery Program funding in Fort McMurray that will help the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo rebuild and recover.

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