Alberta Communications Network (Government of Alberta)
  1. Minister releases statement on inquiry findings
    Health Minister Fred Horne released the following statement today regarding the final report of the Health Services Preferential Access Inquiry.

  2. Overnight work increases life of Memorial bridge
    Eastbound Memorial Drive over Deerfoot Trail will be detoured overnight on Friday while a new concrete deck is installed to improve the bridge.

  3. Two months in, we're rebuilding Alberta together
    Premier Alison Redford issued the following statement today:
  4. Alberta's official statistics give snapshot of life in Alberta
    Facts about life in Alberta are now available online through the newly updated 2013 Alberta Official Statistics.

  5. Village Music Fest celebrates Ukrainian-Canadian musicians
    On Sunday, August 25, the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village and its Friends of the Ukrainian Village Society invite visitors to celebrate traditional and contemporary Ukrainian-Canadian music in a live concert at Music Fest 2013.

  6. Overnight sign installation on Deerfoot Trail SE
    Partial lane closures the night of August 22 will allow crews to safely install a new overhead sign structure on near Highway 22X.

  7. Redford government fulfilling commitment to school improvements
    Thousands of kindergarten to grade12 students across Alberta will benefit from school modernization projects that ensure they continue to receive a world-class education in safe, healthy, student-friendly facilities.

  8. Nomination deadline nears for Stars of Alberta Volunteer Award
    September 16 is the deadline for nominations for the Stars of Alberta Volunteer Awards and Albertans still have time to submit the names of outstanding volunteers in their community.

  9. Stephansson House celebrates a prairie summer with a Harvest Fair and Penny Carnival
    On Sunday, August 25, from noon to 5 p.m., Stephansson House Provincial Historic Site hosts the annual Harvest Fair and Penny Carnival.

  10. Team Alberta Scores Big at 2013 Canada Summer Games
    Team Alberta represented the province with pride and success at the recent 2013 Canada Summer Games in Sherbrooke, Quebec. Alberta finished in the top four of provinces with a count of 118 medals.