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Financial assistance is available for agriculture producers experiencing extraordinary costs due to the bovine tuberculosis (bovine TB) quarantine measures.

The program will help cover the cost of feeding and water infrastructure, feed for the animals, transportation, cleaning and disinfection as well as interest costs on loans due to the circumstances.

Support for Alberta producers dealing with bovine TB quarantine

Today, the federal government announced the approval of the Trans-Mountain and the Enbridge Line 3 pipeline projects.

Premier Rachel Notley issued the following statement:

"I want to thank Prime Minister Trudeau and his government for approving Trans Mountain Expansion Project and the Line 3 Replacement Project, which are critically important to the economic future of the people of Alberta....
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Statement on Trans-Mountain and Enbridge's Line 3 pipelines: Premier Notley

Premier Notley's statement on the federal government's decision to approve the Line 3 and Trans-Mountain pipelines.
Alberta's moving forward with a fair, democratic and modern electoral financing system to ensure Albertans – not big money and special interest groups – decide the outcome of elections.

Proposed changes to election spending and contribution rules include:
- introducing a contribution limit of $4,000 per individual contributor per calendar year
- limiting campaign spending
- setting reasonable...
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“Brain injuries are the leading cause of injury and death for ATV riders and I had the misfortune of becoming one of the statistics after being critically injured while riding. I was not wearing a helmet."
- Denise Pelletier, traumatic brain injury survivor, author and ATV helmet advocate

Alberta's proposing changes to the Traffic Safety Act to require recreational ATV users to wear helmets...
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Helmet law proposed for Off-Highway Vehicles

Low-cost Internet pilot program offers $9.95 monthly Internet service to single-parent families receiving income or disability assistance from the provincial government.

TELUS launches Internet for Good pilot to support 15,000 Alberta families

Do you know someone who went above and beyond during the Fort McMurray wildfire?

Nominate them as a "Heroes of the Wildfire"

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Door-to-door sales of household energy products will be banned Jan 1 in an effort to protect Albertans from misleading, high-pressure sales tactics.

Furnaces * air conditioners * water heaters * utility contracts * windows * energy audits

Energy companies still have multiple ways to sell directly to Albertans, including telephone and online sales, kiosks and advertising. Consumers can still...
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Door-to-door energy sales ban

Alberta is moving to a capacity market for electricity - a system that will ensure stable, affordable electricity for consumers and accommodate energy efficiency initiatives better than the current system. The new system will be developed in consultation with stakeholders and will be in place by 2021.

Consumers to benefit from stable, reliable electricity market | Alberta.ca

In Alberta's current electricity market, Albertans are vulnerable to sudden price spikes. As our economy continues to stabilize, we're taking action to protect families, farms and businesses from volatile prices by implementing a 4-year cap on power prices.

This cap ensures Albertans won't pay more than 6.8 cents per kilowatt hour for the electricity component of their bill. If the rate...
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Electricity price protection

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Alberta's doctors signed a new deal today that will improve access to quality care, help rural communities recruit physicians, and save up to $500 million over the next two years.

Alberta currently spends $1,058 per capita on physicians - the highest in Canada. The amending agreement, designed to reduce costs and improve patient care, will help keep the health system sustainable in the long term.

Doctors’ deal to improve patient care, slow spending growth

Want to work as a wildland firefighter next summer? Apply by Nov 30.
In the first step toward $25-per-day child care in Alberta, the government is inviting non-profit organizations to apply to develop 18 new Early Learning and Child Care Centres across the province.

This initiative will address gaps in the existing child-care system, including flexible child-care options for parents doing shift work, accessible locations and supports for children with diverse...
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Join Premier Rachel Notley for an announcement on a new childcare initiative.
Since May, Edmonton's Food Bank has supplied food to thousands of wildfire evacuees in Edmonton and throughout Wood Buffalo.

Staff and volunteers at the Food Bank worked around the clock throughout the evacuation to ensure everyone who fled the wildfire would have access to food for themselves and their families.

It was a monumental task, and the Edmonton Food Bank joined forces with the...
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Edmonton Food Bank dishes up support

Access to healthy meals in schools helps kids learn and thrive – in and out of the classroom. Today, Premier Notley announced a pilot program to help improve nutrition in Alberta schools.