The Ministry provides information about Alberta's justice system, its major participants and links to publications. Its core structure includes: Prosecutions; Courts; Justice Services to Albertans; Legal and Strategic Services to Government. The website offers a Common Questions section, arranged by topic.
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Provincial and territorial government departments
Links for specific departments of various provincial or territorial governments within Canada. Does not include federal or municipal departments.
Dept. of the Alberta government that regulates drivers and vehicles, roads and highways and commerical transportation in Alberta.
Liaising between the government and Alberta's Francophonie, the Francophone Secretariat coordinates and implements the French Policy.
This resource is provided by the Government of Alberta and contains information and recent news about Alberta government ministries. A complete listing of direct links to ministry websites is also available.
Alberta's Ministry of Municipal Affairs website provides information on Grants and Funding, Community Services (such as Municipal Profiles and Property Assessment and Taxation), Building Codes, Emergency Management and Libraries.
The Alberta Property Rights Advocate Office (PRAO) is an impartial, non-partisan provincial office within the Ministry of Justice and Solicitor General that works to protect property rights of the people of Alberta. This advocate office listens to Albertans’ concerns about property rights, and communicates these concerns to government. The office advocates for fairness and equity in regards to property rights that involve ‘real property,’ such as:
- land and house rights
- abandoned or operating oil and gas infrastructure
- neighbour-to-neighbour disputes
- municipal planning and zoning decisions
- mineral surface rights
- grazing leases
- environmental contamination
Service Alberta's divisions are committed to delivering high-quality business, financial, information and technology services to government ministries as well as a diverse range of services that touch the lives of Albertans. Divisions include: Consumer Information; Businesses and Charities; Landlords & Tenants; Registries; Drivers and Vehicles; Land Titles; Vital Statistics; Information and Technology; and Government Buying and Selling.
Vital Statistics, a division of Service Alberta, regulates the registration of all vital events that occur in Alberta such as births, deaths, marriages, and legal changes of name. In addition, the Vital Statistics office is responsible for the registration of religious organizations and clergy who perform marriages, marriage commissioner appointments and providing burial permits. The office also processes delayed registration events and amendments to event records. Most Vital Statistics' services are provided through the registry agent network, including the issuance of marriage licences and applications for birth, marriage and death certificates.