Service Provider Directory
Alberta Human Rights CommissionEdmonton, AB; Calgary, AB - 780-427-7661 , 403-297-6571 Alberta Human Rights Commission
In Alberta, the Alberta Human Rights Act protects Albertans from discrimination in certain areas based on specified grounds. The purpose of the Alberta Human Rights Act is to ensure that all Albertans are offered an equal opportunity to earn a living, find a place to live, and enjoy services customarily available to the public without discrimination.
Alberta Indian Investment CorporationEnoch, AB - 1-888-308-6789 Alberta Indian Investment Corporation
A.I.I.C. provides interest-bearing loans to First Nation entrepreneurs for the purpose of establishing, acquiring, diversifying or expanding a business. In some cases, equity financing may also be available. Interest rates are competitive. Loans are generally for periods of up to 5 years.
Alberta Innovates1-877-828-0444 Alberta Innovates
Alberta Innovates partners researchers and entrepreneurs with the resources they need. They have a heavy focus on research, and connecting people with resources such as infrastructure, equipment, natural resources, etc. Service areas include: energy and environment solutions, health solutions, technology futures, Alberta research and innovation authority, bio solutions.
Alberta Jobs, Skills, Training and LabourEdmonton, AB - 1-877-427-3731 Alberta Jobs, Skills, Training and Labour
The Ministry of Jobs, Skills, Training and Labour ensures Alberta has a skilled workforce and safe, thriving workplaces to keep growing the economy. They have information on employment standards, occupational health & safety, immigration, skills & training, and labour market information.
Alberta Land Surveyors' AssociationEdmonton, AB - 1-800-665-2572 Alberta Land Surveyors' Association
ALSA is a self-governing professional association legislated under the Land Surveyors Act. The Association regulates the practice of land surveying for the protection of the public and administration of the profession.