Designated Sept. 1 as Alberta Day to recognize the anniversary and celebrate the province. Alberta Day kicked off the Alberta Culture Days celebrations around the province, supported by grants from Alberta’s governments.
Invested over $100 million in Community Facility Enhancement Program (CFEP) grants to upgrade or expand over 1000 sports, recreational, or cultural community facilities.
Appointed a dedicated staff member in the Premier’s office focused exclusively on 2SLGBTQ+ Albertans. The first of its kind in Alberta history in a conservative Premier’s office.
Introduced a new category in the Stars of Alberta Volunteer Awards to recognize exceptional Albertans who are working to create communities that are diverse and inclusive, including those who are advocating for 2SLGBTQ+ inclusion.
Recognized Transgender Day of Remembrance, a day to memorialize those who have been murdered because of transphobia and bring attention to the ongoing violence directed against the transgender community.
Recognized Pride Month by raising the Pride Flag at the Queen Elizabeth II Building in June, and at McDougall Centre in August.