Making life better requires a collaborative and pragmatic approach to policy.
The Council works with the provincial and federal governments to advocate for bold, productive and innovative policies, initiatives, and investments that will build social and economic prosperity in Alberta.
Our broad-based and pragmatic policy, backed up with unsurpassed government engagement and advocacy, has a strong track record of getting implemented and solving problems.
Explore our recent advocacy work below, including official letters and submissions, opinion pieces, and statements on government decisions and policies.
Not Your Grandparents Farm: How Technology is Advancing Agriculture in Alberta
Kim McConnell explores the evolution of technology and the opportunity to break down barriers and apply new tools to advance Alberta’s agriculture industry.
We can transform healthcare delivery in Alberta. Here are three steps to start.
Reg Joseph, CEO of Health Cities explores how Alberta can disrupt and transform healthcare delivery in Alberta and across the world.
The global race for hydrogen is on. Here’s how Alberta can win.
Edmonton Global CEO Malcolm Bruce explores how Alberta can lead the world in producing and exporting hydrogen.
Making Alberta a global leader in competitively produced value-added agriculture products
Dr. Larry Martin of Agri-Food Management Excellence explores Alberta’s opportunity to become a world leader in value-added agriculture.
Alberta’s best days are still to come, but we must define the future in three key areas
Define the Decade co-chairs Susannah Pierce and Cory Janssen outline three opportunities in energy, health & agriculture to define our future.
Men, we need to talk about mental health
Calgary Counselling Centre CEO Dr. Robbie Babins-Wagner & BCA President Adam Legge share the importance of mental health care, especially for men.
Canada’s reputation at risk as we abandon our allies in their hour of need
BCA President Adam Legge postulates on Canada’s reputation if we continue to turn down countries in need of aid.
Adding ‘North’ to American energy strategy should be a diplomatic priority
BCA Vice President Scott Crockatt discusses the importance of adding “North” to American energy policy strategy.
Now that Alberta has another gusher of revenue, where do we go from here?
BCA President Adam Legge discusses Alberta’s Budget 2022 and where we go from here now that the province has achieved a balanced budget.
If you want to grow your career, go back to the office
BCA Vice President Scott Crockatt discusses Alberta’s return-to-work order and the benefit of going back for young employees trying to grow their careers.