Albertans are encouraged to provide their input on how provincial labour laws could apply to farms and ranches.

Six technical working groups began developing recommendations last May on how employment standards, labour relations and occupational health and safety requirements could be applied to meet the needs of the agriculture industry.

The technical groups have finished developing these recommendations, and have posted them online. Albertans will have until Monday, April 3 to provide feedback to the government. 

Click here to read the reports and provide feedback.

Click here to read the full press release.

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