Almost all historical resources work in Alberta begins with a Historical Resources Application submitted to the Historical Resources Management Branch (HRMB) through their On-line Permitting and Clearance system (OPaC). While for many projects this is only the beginning, in many cases Historical Resources Act clearance for a development can be gained with just this application. The HRIA Conference is Western Canada’s most comprehensive human resources conference and tradeshow. Influential human resources practitioners from across Alberta and beyond will convene in the Province’s capital for over 30 professional development sessions, networking and community building at the HRIA 2017 Conference: Change Collective.
She is a recipient of the HRIA Award of Excellence, 2010. In addition, she is an active HRIA member and served on the organizing committee for the annual HRIA Conference in 2014 and 2012. She was a member of the Alberta Marketing Committee, Retail Council of Canada, 2008-2010. I am pleased to announce that on March 11, 2016 I am delivering a workshop in partnership with the Human Resources Institute of Alberta (HRIA) on Medical Marijuana in the Workplace. This workshop will be held in Edmonton, AB. More details can be found on the HRIA's website. Clic About Human Resources Institute of Alberta: HRIA is the leading professional association for human resources practitioners in Alberta dedicated to the advancement of the HR profession.