Bills are drafts of proposed laws still being considered by a legislative body. Use the resources below to access current and historical bills in Alberta.

To find information about bills in other parts of Canada, see CANLII (Canadian Legal  Information Insitute)

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Alberta Resources

Provincial database containing all the Bills introduced in Legislation by Session year. 

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On this website from the Legislative Assembly of Alberta you can find Bills and Amendments, Bill Status Report, Archived Bills, Daily Activity, Archived Reports, and a Private Bills Guide.

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Acts are passed by members of the legislative assembly (MLAs). They are introduced as bills, and debated in the Legislature before being put to a vote. If the assembly passes a bill, it receives royal assent from the Lieutenant Governor, at which point it becomes law.For further information on this process, see the Citizen's Guide to the Alberta Legislature. For information on Alberta's published statutes and regulations, see A User's Guide to Legislation.

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Alberta King’s Printer is the official publisher of Alberta’s laws and publications.  The website provides accurate, up to date access to current legislation in a variety of formats to meet your needs.

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