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Are you new to Alberta? Do you have questions about going to school, getting training, or finding work? You can find answers here.
Check out these resources to help you succeed at work.
The AINP is an economic immigration program operated by the Government of Alberta and the Government of Canada. It supports Alberta’s economic growth by attracting and retaining work–ready immigrants to the province.
Check out these programs and services for newcomers to Alberta, including information about housing, transportation, health care, education, child care, and other supports for newcomers.
Find out about minimum wage, hours of work, holidays, vacations, maternity and parental leave, and other employment rights and responsibilities.
Alberta Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) works in consultation with industry to help prevent work–related injuries, illnesses, and fatalities.
Every year, people from across Canada and all over the world choose Alberta as a great place to work and live. If you’re a newcomer to Alberta, use these resources to help you make the most of Alberta’s jobs, schools and communities.
Before you move, you’ll want to plan ahead and think about how your move will affect your life, family and career. Check out these suggestions to get started.