Alberta Land Titles and Other Government Services

Energy Services

   Alberta Responsible Energy Policy System (AREPS) 

AREPS brings together policies, regulations and pieces of legislation, from the AER and the departments of Energy and Environment and Parks.

Service Alberta Services

   Land Titles

Service Alberta is responsible for registering land ownership rights in Alberta. The Alberta Land Titles Act provides the legislative framework for the department to register land related documents that both create and terminate legal rights in property.

Find information on: Foreign Ownership of Land Administration, Notice , Spatial Information (SPIN) System, Surface & Mineral Rights, Surveyor's Information, Frequently Asked Questions, and Legislation.  

   Open Government

The portal makes provincial government information publicly available with an open licence. This means there are no technical or legal restrictions for using the information. By sharing this information and data, the Alberta government is increasing the transparency of government business, promoting economic opportunity and increasing citizen involvement in government. 


A site to manage every purchase you make with the government of Alberta. Set up an account to have a complete personal online record and renewal notices. 

   Queen's Printer

Provides access to Alberta's legislation, standards, codes, selected department publications, and specialty items that feature the distinctive symbols of Alberta.


The Alberta SuperNet was built to connect public institutions across the province – schools, hospitals, colleges, universities, libraries, and municipal offices – to a broadband network for high-speed Internet access, video conferencing, and other services. It’s a network of fibre cables and towers currently reaching 429 communities across Alberta.

   Utilities Consumer Advocate (UCA)

The UCA team works to ensure consumers have the information, representation and protection they need to help them make informed choices in Alberta's deregulated electricity and natural gas markets.