The AGLC Board welcomes Gael MacLeod as a new member. Ms. MacLeod’s appointment is effective immediately for a term ending April 1, 2019.
Former councillor for the City of Calgary, Ms. MacLeod also served in leadership roles on several government and community boards, including Calgary Community Lottery Board, Calgary Housing Company, and the City of Calgary Audit Committee. MacLeod’s professional experience covers specific areas of expertise such as strategic planning, grant decision-making, government relations and philanthropy.
A number of changes have been made to the liquor advertising and product promotion policies. Liquor licensees and registered agencies are encouraged to review the related Policy Handbooks or to refer to this summary document for an overview of the changes.
Grade 6 student’s powerful message on impaired driving selected as overall winner for provincial liquor bag contest.
One child’s powerful message on the dangers of impaired driving emphasizes the hope that Alberta’s roads will be safer.
Keana Hollmann, a Grade 6 student from Tofield School, is the overall winner of the inaugural Students Against Drinking and Driving (SADD) Alberta Liquor Bag Contest.
Selected from more than 150 entries province-wide, Keana’s winning design and message will be printed on one million brown paper bags distributed to liquor stores throughout the province starting May long weekend...more.
The low Canadian dollar paid off for Fort McMurray resident Sylvia Bennett, who became Alberta’s newest millionaire while taking a staycation in Edmonton...more.