Alberta Air Quality Health Index
The Air Quality Health Index (AQHI) is a tool available for Albertans to learn what the air quality around various Alberta communities means to individual health. The AQHI provides a number from 1 to 10 to indicate the level of health risk associated with local air quality. The higher the AQHI number, the greater the health risk and need to take precautions. This app provides updated AQHI readings and daily forecasts for more than 20 communities. The AQHI is paired with advice about limiting exposure to air pollution and adjusting activity levels when air quality is poor. Special community level messaging is displayed when odour or visibility events occur. For more information visit: airquality.alberta.ca.
Alberta Baby Names
Each year, Service Alberta publishes a list of Alberta's top baby names, compiled from the Registration of Live Birth forms that are completed by parents. Alberta Baby Names is a fun and easy to use application that helps you find the perfect baby name. Access lists of Alberta's baby names since 1980 by year and gender. Build, edit and view a list of favorite names. View names popularity rankings by year. Search from a list of more than 81,000 names.
Alberta Emergency Alert
When disaster strikes, get more information and take appropriate action to protect yourself and your family. Disasters can occur anywhere, at any time. Alberta Emergency Alerts provide you with critical information about immediate disasters, where the disasters are occurring and what action you can take to better prepare yourself. Alerts are distributed to the public through various outlets including: radio and television; Internet; RSS feed; social media (Facebook, Twitter, etc.); and road Signage. Public Safety is everyone’s responsibility.
Alberta Registry Services
Need to find an Alberta Registry Agent or need more information about registry services in Alberta? With the Registry Services applications you can find a Registry Agent using your current location, city or postal code. Alberta Registry Agents are a network of community-based services centres, offering one-stop shopping for a wide range of registration, information and licensing services on behalf of the Government of Alberta. Services provided by Registry Agents include motor vehicle registrations, driver licensing and testing, personal property (lien) searches and registrations, land title searches, corporate registry services, and vital statistics certificate requests.
Alberta Rivers: Data and Advisories
Obtain the latest information about Alberta's rivers, including flood advisories and comments issued by Alberta's River Forecast Centre. View all current surface water data for Alberta. View all monitoring stations on a map, tap stations to view current data and whether flows are normal, and receive notifications when new advisories and comments are issued. You can also save your own list of important stations for quick reference.
Stay current on Alberta's wildfire situation. See where wildfire are burning in Alberta and how they impact you. Get up-to-date information on wildfire conditions and hazard. Join our conversation on Facebook and Twitter. Report a wildfire. This app provides easy access to Alberta's wildfire map with up-to-date wildfire information. Features include area-specific updates on wildfire situations, plus direct contact information for Alberta's wildfire-related websites, phone numbers and email addresses.
Association of Alberta Agricultural Fieldmen - AAAF
Agricultural Fieldmen have always been central to the success of Agricultural Service Boards. They develop, implement, and control programs designed to carry out priorities and policies set by their Agricultural Service Board.
The Bee Health app is based on current scientific knowledge to address honey bee diseases and pests. It is a handy resource to help beekeepers and other users to detect, diagnose, manage and treat honey bee diseases and pests. It includes pictures and treatment options which aid beekeepers in adopting appropriate pest management practices. Thus, beekeepers can improve bee health and enhance on-farm food safety and biosecurity practices in their operations. Download the free Bee Health app from Alberta Agriculture and Forestry today.
Call of the Land
Call of the Land is Alberta's premier agricultural news program. Airing five days-a-week, this nine minute agricultural radio program, produced by Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development, is broadcast to a daily audience of over 110,000. For over 60 years, stories have kept the agricultural community current on the latest agricultural technologies, research findings, production methods and marketing trends, as well as government programs and policies. The Call of the Land Calendar keeps listeners informed about upcoming agricultural events.
Healthy U Jr. Chef
Welcome to Healthy U Jr. Chef, a simple and smart app created by the Government of Alberta. Healthy U Jr. Chef allows parents to browse, plan and cook healthy meals for their family, plus include the kids through fun, interactive games with our cast of critters. Whether it’s breakfast, lunch, dinner or just a snack, moms and dads can find quick, healthy dishes with a variety of main ingredients ranging from seafood and poultry, to grains and vegetables.Dishes are shown in full colour photography, then ranked as to how healthy they are, and how often you should serve them to your family. Check out the cooking instructions and ingredients before saving them to your phone’s grocery list with the touch of a button.
Explore the rich and diverse history and culture of northern Alberta like never before with History Check, a heritage and travel companion app. History Check will take you on a self-guided tour of northern Alberta’s past, while providing information about services and other points of interest, allowing you to make the most of your experience. This locally-developed app is the brainchild of Sheila Willis, Executive Director of Friends of Historical Northern Alberta Society (FHNAS) and 2018 recipient of the Alberta Historical Resources Foundation's Outstanding Achievement Award.
The Great Trail - Explore Canada
Designed in partnership with Esri Canada, The Great Trail has recently launched a mobile app, aptly called The Great Trail – Explore Canada. The app offers three main features. The Map component enables users to zoom in and out of The Great Trail, and to self-locate using GPS. The Measure functionality helps hikers (or cyclists or canoers) plan their routes by dropping pins, which calculates a distance between point A and point B, and thus helps users plan achievable adventures. Finally, the Activity Tracker uses GPS to monitor a journey, reporting the time, the elevation and the distance travelled.
Knowing ahead of time what courses and programs transfer between colleges and universities can help you better plan your future, save your time and money. The Transfer Alberta App provides students and secondary/post-secondary professionals with an informative and easy to use search tool to support post-secondary planning, admissions, and transfers. This tool provides access to Alberta post-secondary transfer agreements, as well as high school upgrading and provincial course equivalency information.
Life, Work and Leisure in Lesser Slave River