Finding a Job
If you are planning to make the transition from school to work, from one career to another or from unemployment to employment, this page is for you. You’ll find links to helpful resources from the provincial and federal governments and related organizations.
Congratulations on deciding to get married! This page will link you to government resources and information to help you with the administrative details of getting married.
Becoming a Parent
Whether you’re a new parent, about to become a parent or just thinking about starting a family, the Alberta Government offers a wide range of online information and services for you. This page will link you to these resources, as well as to some from the federal government and other related organizations.
Whether you're a new parent or an experienced caregiver, or just thinking about starting a family, the Government of Alberta offers a wide range of online information and services for you. This page links to Alberta resources and some Government of Canada and related resources as well.
Renting or Buying a Home
If you're considering buying, building or renting a house, condominium, apartment or other home, or if you already own or rent your home, this page will link you with the information and resources you need.
Moving to or Around Alberta
There are many wonderful places to live in this great province of ours. Whether you’re changing locations within the province or moving here from elsewhere, this page will direct you to the resources and information you need.
Losing Your Wallet
Having your wallet lost or stolen can be a frustrating inconvenience. Although your cash and family photos can’t be replaced, you can follow these links to find information about replacing your missing documents.
If you are contemplating, or in the process of, obtaining a divorce, use these links to find information and resources about the legal process of divorce. There are also links to counselling and support resources to help you through what can be a difficult time. (Please note that the information provided here is not intended to replace professional legal counsel.)
Needing Social Supports
Need help accessing social programs but don't know where to start? Visit Alberta Supports, a new service designed to make it less complicated for Albertans like you to find information about programs and services. Through a single point of contact, you can quickly find the information you need and estimate your potential eligibility.
Dealing with a Crisis
If you or someone you know has a problem with debt, substance abuse, gambling, legal issues, crime victimization, family violence, homelessness, injury, illness or joblessness this page will help you find the online resources needed.
If you’re planning or beginning your retirement, or just wondering what government services and programs are available now that you’ve reached the magical age of 65, this is the page for you.
Needing Continuing Care
Alberta's continuing care system provides health, personal care and accommodation services to support Albertans’ independence and quality of life. If you or someone you know requires continuing care, use this page to link to these resources, as well as to some from the federal government and other related organizations.
Dealing with Death
Part of dealing with a death involves dealing with administrative details and paperwork. This page will help you find the online resources you need.