Alberta Government Benefits, Programs and Services
Messages - request scrolls or congratulatory messages from Alberta dignitaries for wedding anniversaries and birthdays.
For congratulatory messages from the Prime
Minister, Governor General, or Her Majesty the Queen see
Benefits - Canada.
Alberta consumer information - learn your rights as a consumer, and how to protect yourself.
Property - A central registry administered by Alberta Finance and
Enterprise, Tax and Revenue Administration (TRA), will provide a
searchable directory for unclaimed property.
Alberta Health Care
Care Insurance Plan
Alberta Children and Families
and family benefits provided by federal and provincial/territorial
family employment tax credit
Benefits information for students - Choose your province or territory
to see financial aid, bursary and scholarship and other information for
Alberta Persons with Disabilities
Access Modification Program (RAMP) - Grants of up to $5,000 are
available to eligible wheelchair users to modify their home to be more
- New - financial and health
benefits for eligible Albertans with a permanent medical condition
that prevents them from earning a living. On June 11, 2018, Assured
Income for the Severely Handicapped (AISH) Bill
5, The Act to Strengthen Financial Security for Persons With
Disabilities, came into force, and applies on and after April 1,
2018. This allows persons with disabilities to be the
beneficiary of a trust without affecting their eligibility for the
AISH program. See news release: Proposed
AISH Act changes allow financial security (March 19, 2018).
Abuse - learn the signs and how to get help
and Community Supports
Benefit (ASB) Program - income-based program providing cash benefits for
eligible seniors aged 65+. Alberta
Services for Seniors - includes continuing care, lodge
assistance, financial assistance, and many other programs
Drugs - Seniors
Property Tax Deferral Program (SPTDP) - allows eligible senior
homeowners to defer all or part of their property taxes through a
low-interest home equity loan with the Alberta government.
Revised: July 03, 2018