Monthly Archives: July 2014

Karelian bear dogs help keep people and bears safe

Alberta’s dog program barking up the right tree A dog is man’s best friend, goes the old saying. That familiar phrase rings true for those Albertans who know about Justice and Solicitor General’s Karelian Bear Dog program.  The dogs use … Continue reading

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Greater access to justice in civil claims

Small claims limit doubles to help Albertans involved in legal disputes The Alberta government is partnering with the Provincial Court of Alberta to introduce reforms to the civil claims process. As of August 1, 2014, the civil claims limit in … Continue reading

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Fish and Wildlife Officers and First Nations working together

One of the things that Alberta Fish and Wildlife Officers have in common with many First Nations people is a deep respect for wildlife. Related to this, some First Nations people also have singular hunting and fishing rights, which necessitates … Continue reading

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Commercial vehicle enforcement officers rise to the test

Testing their mettle at Alberta inspection championships Commercial vehicle enforcement (CVE) officers are highly trained professionals who save lives every day by keeping unsafe vehicles and drivers off the roads. The work of a CVE officer is not easy, but … Continue reading

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