Heritage & Museums

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From aboriginal peoples to Ukrainian immigrants, archaeology to palaeontology, Alberta Culture and Tourism supports and administers an array of programs and facilities that help preserve, protect and promote Alberta's rich history, including:

  • Alberta Historical Resources Foundation
  • Aboriginal Heritage
  • Grants & Recognition
  • Museums & Historic Sites
  • Provincial Archives of Alberta
  • Heritage Conservation

Alberta's Tourism FrameworkHeritage Grants provide assistance to preserve and interpret Alberta's heritage. The September deadline for applications is fast-approaching.

Investment Buy an Annual Pass and experience Alberta's history with unlimited access to a network of provincial historic sites and museums.

Highway Signage Program The Provincial Archives of Alberta preserves the collective memory of Alberta and contributes to the protection of Albertans' rights and sense of identity.

Product DevelopmentThe Archaeological Survey Section manages the Archaeological Permit Management System that regulates archaeological projects and maintains records of archaeological sites.
Last reviewed/revised: July 17, 2015
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