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News Releases and Information Bulletins
The Minister of Human Services supports an agency’s decision not to reopen an Edmonton group home and has outlined steps to address recommendations from a review of the home.
Inspiration Award winners are dedicated to stopping the cycle of violence and abuse in their communities.
The new Alberta Child Benefit and enhanced Alberta Family Employment Tax Credit will help lower-income families make ends meet and support the well-being of their children.
Ten caring and committed professionals were celebrated at the 2015 Child Development Professional Awards of Excellence.
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Minister of Human Services Irfan Sabir issued the following statement in response to the Family Violence Death Review Committee’s release of their first case review.
Caregivers are recognized for opening their homes to children in need during National Foster Family Week – October 18 to 24.
Nominations are open across Alberta for the 16th annual Great Kids Award.
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Minister of Human Services Irfan Sabir issued the following statement in response to the restoration of funding for the Office of the Child and Youth Advocate.
Minister of Human Services Irfan Sabir issued the following statement in response to the Child and Youth Advocate’s Investigative Report.
Women and children affected by family violence will benefit from enhanced supports.
Extension granted, PDD safety consultations to be held.
More Albertans with disabilities will become employed through four innovative projects that promote inclusive workplaces.
Albertans affected by violence, abuse and bullying will be helped through government supports to community-led initiatives.
Partners, friends and families of expectant mothers are encouraged to help prevent Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) in Alberta.
Albertans are encouraged to nominate community leaders for recognition in the fourth annual Inspiration Awards.
Bill 3 restores stability to Alberta’s education, health care and human services, and freezes tuition
The new government has taken steps to ensure Alberta families have the access to the essential services upon which they rely.