Item iw-paa-18 - Medicine Hat Hearing

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Medicine Hat Hearing

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PAA paa-6879-iw-paa-18

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44 p.

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Dates of Founding and/or Dissolution: The Public Affairs Bureau was established in 1952. Functional Responsibility: The Publicity Bureau was officially established in,<em> An Act to amend The Department of Economic Affairs Act </em>(S.A. Chapter 24, 1952). Order in Council 0190/72 under the <em>Public Service Administration Act </em>(S.A. Chapter 90, 1971) transferred the administration of the Publicity Bureau and the Film and Photographic Branch that existed in the Department of Industry and Tourism to the Executive Council. Order in Council 0191/72 authorized the formation of the Public Affairs Bureau under the Executive Council. As authorized the Public Affairs Bureau would consist of a Director and the staff of the Publicity Bureau and the Film and Photographic Branch. By Order in Council 555/73 the Public Affairs Bureau is responsible for: the promotion of widespread interest in the Province Alberta, its resources, development, people and in the activities of the Government; public relations, advertising and information services and related functions required by every department of the Government; all Government advertising, publications and printing. Predecessor and Successor Bodies: The function of publicity in the Province of Alberta was first set out in <em>The Agricultural Department Act</em>, (S.A. Chapter 8, 1906). The duties of the Department were to adopt measures for circulating and disseminating information concerning agricultural statistics in a matter and form best adapted to promote the progress of the Province. The Publicity Bureau was established in 1910 under the Department of Agriculture as an organized effort to induce settlers to locate in Alberta. In 1916 the Publicity Bureau was amalgamated with the Statistical Branch to become the Publicity and Statistics Branch. In 1931 the publicity and general statistics function was transferred to the jurisdiction of the Executive Council. Publicity was transferred to the Department of Trade and Industry in 1936 and then to the Department of Economic Affairs in 1946. Administrative Relationships: The Public Affairs Bureau began reporting to the Executive Council in 1972. Although the Bureau was established as a separate entity in 1973, it continued to report to the Executive Council. In 1975 the responsibility for the Public Affairs Bureau was transferred to the Department of Government Services. The Public Affairs Bureau became a division of the Department of Government Services until dissolution of the Department in 1982. In 1983, an Order in Council 0503/83 under the <em>Public Service Act</em> (R.S.A. Chapter P-32, 1980) designated the Public Affair Bureau as a department for purposes of the Public Service Act. In 1984 the Public Affairs Bureau was once again established as a separate entity reporting to the Minister Without a Portfolio, Bill Payne. In 1986, the responsibility for the Public Affairs Bureau was transferred to the Minister of Advanced Education (O.C. 0341/86). In 1989, the responsibility for the Public Affairs Bureau was transferred once again to the jurisdiction of the Executive Council (O.C. 0194/89). Administrative Structure: The Public Affairs Bureau has three main operational divisions, Corporate Communications, Communications Resources, and Human Resources, Administration and Regional Information Telephone Enquiries. Corporate Communications consists of Communication Operations and the Calgary Service Bureau. Communication Operations provides cross-government communications planning and consulting support and places communications professionals in government ministries to coordinate, plan and implement communications programs. Calgary Services Bureau provides communication support and coordination to government for the Calgary region and southern Alberta. Communication Resources Division consists of Publishing Services, Communications Technologies and Alberta Queen's Printer. Publishing Services manages the Alberta Communications Network to distribute news releases, supports Alberta Connects website and manages the content for the Alberta Government's website. Communication Technologies provides research and implementation support for new communication technologies and manages the technology needs of the Public Affairs Bureau and the Executive Council. Human Resources, Administration and Regional Information Telephone Enquiries Division consists of the Human Resources and Administration and the Regional Information Telephone Enquiries Telephone System. Human Resources and Administration provides manpower and financial management services. Names of the Corporate bodies: Following the amalgamation of the Publicity Bureau and the Film and Photographic Branch the entity became known as the Public Affairs Bureau.

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File contains the minutes and report of the public hearing of the Survey Board for Southern Alberta, held at Medicine Hat, Alberta on November 29, 1921.

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