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ALBERTA L AW ENFORCEMENT RE SPONSE TE AMS


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ABOUT ALERT PARTNERS

ALERT was established by the provincial government in 2006 to bring together the province’s most sophisticated law enforcement resources to combat organized and serious crime. Nearly 300 municipal police and RCMP work together to investigate everything from drug trafficking to child exploitation to gang violence. The strength of the ALERT model lies in the integration of members from various agencies who have expertise in intelligence, enforcement, and support services.

ALERT is the overarching umbrella organization of integrated, provincially-focused law enforcement activities that promote safe and secure communities in Alberta.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS DON JOHNSON, Chair RCMP Rural Municipalities

BILL SWEENEY Alta. Justice & Solicitor General

BILL GIVEN RCMP Urban Municipalities

ROLF TRAICHEL Medicine Hat Police Commission

GARY McCUAIG Edmonton Police Commission

JEAN VALGARDSON Lethbridge Police Commission

RICHARD SIGURDSON Calgary Police Commission


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SUMMARY ALERT brings together Alberta’s most sophisticated law enforcement resources and is an overarching umbrella organization of integrated, provincially-focused law enforcement activities that promote safe and secure communities in Alberta. Through integration with ALERT’s partner agencies, ALERT serves five distinct goals: 1. Promote intelligence-led policing; 2. Disrupt and dismantle organized crime; 3. Support safe communities; 4. Reduce harm and help vulnerable victims; 5. Enhance law enforcement capacity. In 2016-17 ALERT conducted over 1,000 criminal investigations in communities big and small across Alberta. Together with its partner agencies, ALERT is keeping Alberta safe from serious and organized crime. Here are some of the highlights from the past year:

3,014 charges laid

498 people charged

$1.13M civil forfeiture applications

ALERT’s integrated model facilitates the promotion of intelligence-led policing. Criminal Intelligence Service Alberta identified 138 crime groups operating in Alberta, along with 3,500 individuals linked to organized crime. Organized crime’s role in fentanyl distribution continues to be a priority for ALERT. Enforcement teams across the province seized 13,000 pills and a suspected production lab was dismantled outside of Edmonton. A record 249 firearms were taken off the streets and out of the hands of criminals. These firearms were seized as the result of organized crime and gang enforcement initiatives. A dedicated Guns & Gangs team was created to address this growing concern. Internet Child Exploitation and Integrated Threat and Risk Assessment teams continued to experience record outputs in support of victims. ICE arrested 70 suspects and rescued 23 children from sexual abuse, exploitation, and luring. Two-hundred and sixty five threat

$8.65M value of seized drugs

11,300

assessments were completed for domestic violence and stalking cases. ALERT enhances the capacity of provincial law enforcement by providing elite training to enhance the ability of officers. Nearly 2,500 candidates received specialized law enforcement training. The results achieved in 2016-17 were made possible by the support of the Alberta Government, specifically the Ministry of Justice and Solicitor General, Public Safety Canada, and our partner agencies: Calgary Police Service, Edmonton Police Service, Lethbridge Regional Police Service, Medicine Hat Police Service, and RCMP. Since being formed in 2006, ALERT teams from across the province have made nearly 10,000 arrests, seized $595 million worth of dangerous drugs, and have taken 1,200 firearms out of the hands of criminals.

56 child interventions

646

grams of cocaine seized

agencies assists

13,151

249

fentanyl pills seized

firearms seized


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MAJOR INVESTIGATIONS

Stolen Vehicles

ICE Storm III

June 2016 • Edmonton Million-dollar stolen vehicle seizure linked to Hells Angels

Outlaw Biker Conflict

June 2016 • Calgary Ten arrested for child sexual exploitation offences

September 2016 • Fort McMurray Hells Angels support clubs and Warlocks linked to biker feud

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ATM Thefts

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ALBERTA LAW ENFORCEMENT RESPONSE TEAM, RED DEER RCMP SEIZE GUNS, DRUGS

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Major Meth Seizure

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stand behind items seized as part of a gang-related investigation. Guns and drugs were seized on March 8 by police. See related story on page 3. See video on www.reddeeradvocate.com.

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A three-month investigation shining a light on an automotive business in Gleichen has resulted in the dismantling of a criminal network believed to have been supplying drugs throughout the region. “A total of $75,000 in drugs and cash was seized, a loaded handgun, and $450,000 in stolen property,” said Insp. Chad Coles, Alberta Law Enforcement Response Teams CEO, at a Friday press conference in Medicine Hat. The numerous arrests will have a significant impact on the methamphetamine market NEWS PHOTO GILLIAN SLADE in the region including2017 • Lethbridge February March 2017 • Medicine Hat Staff Sgt. Cory Both, in charge of organized crime Medicine Hat Police Service, talks to media at a Medicine Hat, Strathmore, City’s largest drug seizure with Meth trade takes a hit and over press conference about a three-month-investigation by Alberta Law Enforcement Response Team that Gleichen, Brooks and the Siksika$1.2 First Nation, said Coles. resulted numerous arrests and charges.$450,000 in stolen property recovered million seized andin 3 arrests Staff Sgt. Cory Both, in Both was asked what the loaded 9 mm Norinco handin the operation because charge of organized crime likely sentence for Coffey will gun, 561 grams of methamStrathmore and Gleichen fall Medicine Hat Police Service, be if convicted. phetamine, 126 grams of crack within Medicine Hat’s jurisdiccalled the seizure of metham“It’s a federal offence so likecocaine, 146 grams of marijuational radius, said Both. A phetamine “significant.” ly in the range of two-years and wholesale drug trafficking oper- na, $9,000 cash proceeds of “The amount and the qualiation like this was likely impact- crime, five stolen pickup trucks, over,” said Both. ty that is here would be indica-


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PERFORMANCE MEASURES GOAL 1: PROMOTE INTELLIGENCE-LED POLICING Q1 CRIMINAL NETWORKS IDENTIFIED ACIIS ENTRIES INTELLIGENCE REPORTS

Q2

Q3

Q4

2016-17

138

138

245

245

245

73

555

77

97

802

1,819

1,674

499

777

4,769

GOAL 2: DISRUPT AND DISMANTLE ORGANIZED CRIME Q1

Q2

Q3

Q4

2016-17

341

130

212

414

1,097

1,144

545

625

700

3,014

PEOPLE CHARGED

117

122

108

151

498

CIVIL FORFEITURE

$425,565

$169,741

$276,432

306

130

194

CRIMINAL NETWORKS INVESTIGATIONS CHARGES LAID

SPECIALIZED TECHNIQUES

$265,842 $1,137,580 342

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GOAL 3: SUPPORTING SAFE COMMUNITIES Q1

Q2

Q3

Q4

2016-17

COMMUNITIES WORKED

71

42

47

61

221

FIREARMS SEIZED

69

55

65

60

249

SUPPRESSION INITIATIVES

95

139

101

28

363

I-TRAC THREAT ASSESSMENTS

59

68

68

70

265

GOAL 4: REDUCE HARM AND HELP VULNERABLE VICTIMS Q1

Q3

Q4

2016-17

11

11

18

16

56

187,286

643,415

55,885

6,597

893,183

$4,476,465

$830,435

CHILD INTERVENTIONS CHILD EXPLOITATION MATERIAL DRUGS SEIZED

Q2

$771,368 $2,576,949 $8,655,217

GOAL 5: ENHANCE LAW ENFORCEMENT CAPACITY Q1

Q2

Q3

Q4

2016-17

AGENCIES ASSISTS

189

93

193

171

646

COURSES OFFERED

11

15

12

11

49

438

497

1,219

258

2,412

22

30

47

43

142

CANDIDATES TRAINED PREVENTION ACTIVITIES


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PROMOTE INTELLIGENCE-LED POLICING

GOAL 1: Integrated, intelligence-led policing is supported by strategic and actionable intelligence on provincial and transnational organized and serious crime. Strategic analysis and intelligence sharing are the cornerstones of success in fighting organized crime. ALERT promotes an integrated, intelligence-led approach to combating this issue by bringing together intelligence and enforcement teams to share information and work closely on serious and organized crime investigations around the province.

MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS PROVINCIAL THREAT ASSESSMENT Criminal Intelligence Service Alberta (CISA) identified 138 crime groups operating in Alberta, along with 3,500 individuals linked to organized crime. SHARING INTELLIGENCE Information sharing between agencies led to one of the larger fentanyl seizures in the province.More than 2,770 pills were taken from homes in Calgary and Lethbridge. In January, ALERT assisted CPS in exploring the connection between stolen vehicles and drug offences. Intelligence identified a suspected dealer that was using stolen vehicles to facilitate drug trade.

Search uncovered 1,831 fentanyl pills, stolen BMW, and more than $100,000 cash proceeds of crime. OTHER HIGHLIGHTS • 138 criminal networks were identified in the Provincial Threat Assessment - the highest total recorded in the previous four years. • Calgary analysts provided analytical assistance in relation to fentanyl, which included an intelligence assessment and six presentations to law enforcement stakeholders. • Interprovincial Threat Assessment identified more than 100 groups that had criminal links between Alberta and neighbouring provinces.

245 criminal networks identified

4,769 intelligence reports

802 ACIIS entries ACIIS is the national database for sharing criminal information and intelligence on organized crime.


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DISRUPT & DISMANTLE ORGANIZED CRIME

GOAL 2: Organized and serious crime in Alberta is reduced. Integrated policing is one of the most effective ways to battle organized crime because it encourages and fosters collaboration between investigators, intelligence, analysts, and experts. ALERT can then expertly perform dedicated investigations that span multiple jurisdictions and target the highest threat groups and individuals. Historically, organized crime has been synonymous with drug trafficking, however organized crime is becoming increasingly complex, multi-faceted, and ever-evolving. MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS HELLS ANGELS STOLEN VEHICLES ALERT Edmonton’s organized crime and gang team’s investigation found that members of the Hells Angels, support clubs, and associates were allegedly involved in theft, re-vinning, and trafficking of a variety of stolen trailers and recreational vehicles. More than $1 million in stolen vehicles and property was recovered, along with 21 firearms, when simultaneous searches were conducted in Edmonton, Grande Prairie, Alberta Beach, Gunn, Onoway, Morinville, Legal, Ryley, Sherwood Park, Red Deer, St. Albert, and Langley, B.C. Ten suspects were arrested, incuding two full-patch Hells Angels.

ORGANIZED ATM THEFTS ALERT and RCMP conducted a coordinated investigation on two separate ATM theft groups operating out of Rimbey/Bentley, and another group in the Saddle Lake area. The investigations identified criminal offences such as ATM thefts, break and enters, armed robbery, and firearms trafficking with a total of 101 charges against seven individuals. In total, CISA counted 130 instances of ATM theft during the first six months of 2016; 60 communities were impacted. CALGARY CRIME NETWORK This year-long investigation probed into an extensive drug trafficking network based in Calgary and spanning the western provinces.

1,097 criminal networks investigated

498 people charged

3,014 charges laid Highest number of charges laid; eclipsing ALERT’s previous high of 2,761 in 2014-15.


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DISRUPT & DISMANTLE ORGANIZED CRIME DRUGS SEIZED - BY TYPE OTHER $282,253

MARIJUANA

includes GHB, heroin, LSD, steroids, morphine, illicit pills

$5.40M

ECSTASY $251,830 PSILOCYBIN $276,405 CANNABIS RESIN $349,315

METHAMPHETAMINE

TOTAL:

$8.65M

$432,400

FENTANYL $533,580 COCAINE $1,130,040

At the centre of the case was a Calgary man with an extensive criminal record, including a manslaughter conviction. He now faces a numer of charges related to drugs, organized crime, and conspiracy. Seven associates were arrested. These individuals were actively engaged in street-level drug sales and cocaine and meth were seized. LETHBRIDGE’S LARGEST SEIZURE Over $1 million worth of drugs and proceeds of crime were seized following an ALERT investigation in Lethbridge. Four homes were searched and three people arrested in what is believed to be the city’s largest drug seizure.

methamphetamine; 20.9 kilograms of marijuana; 4.5 kilograms of cannabis resin; 9 kilograms of psilocybin mushrooms; 1,605 tabs of LSD; 1,575 Xanax pills.

FENTANYL PRODUCTION In July two people were arrested for their role in a nine-month, fentanyl production investigation, dubbed Project Alchemy.

METH & STOLEN PROPERTY An ALERT investigation with RCMP Gleichen resulted in a major meth and stolen property seizure in southeast Alberta. The three-month investigation concluded in February with six search warrants taking place and nine people arrested.

ALERT conducted a highly sophisticated investigation that involved a number of specialized resources from across the province. The investigation relates back to a CBSA interception of 100 kilograms of a fentanyl precursor.

A total of $75,000 worth of drugs and cash was seized, along with a handgun and $450,000 worth of stolen property. ALERT alleges stolen property was being traded for meth.

The drugs seized have an estimated street value of $1.2 million and included 8,054 ecstasy pills; 546 grams of cocaine; 305 grams of

In December 2015 search warrants were conducted at an Edmonton home, a Red Deer business, and the suspected lab at a Leduc County property. ALERT recovered enough precursor chemicals to manufacture 38 million fentanyl pills, in addition to 2.5 kilograms of methamphetamine and 3,200 counterfeit Percocet pills.

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$1.13M

1,097

specialized techniques

civil forfeiture applications value

criminal network investigations


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SUPPORTING SAFE COMMUNITIES

GOAL 3: Alberta communities big and small are made even safer by targeting organized and serious crime offenders. Specialized investigative support means ALERT has the capacity to target the gangs, drugs, organized crime groups, child sex predators, and the highest risk domestic abusers who seek to undermine the safety of our neighbourhoods. Organized crime is directly tied to much of Alberta’s serious and violent crime. By targeting organized crime groups, ALERT can significantly lower rates of victimization related to drugs, weapons, and fraud offences.

MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS FIREARMS TRAFFICKING A record number of firearms were seized in 2016-17 with 249 guns taken out of the hands of criminals. In response to this upward trend, ALERT created a dedicated Guns & Gangs team that has implemented enforcement initiatives aimed at trafficking, straw-buyers, smugglers and illegal modifications. In October, five people were charged with 107 criminal offences in relation to a Guns & Gangs investigation. Eight guns were seized, including some equipped with silencers. The firearms were being lawfully acquired and then fraudulently supplied to area criminal networks.

In March, 22 firearms were taken from a group of Whitecourt drug dealers. Four people were arrested and charged with 122 offences, including firearms trafficking. OUTLAW BIKER CONFLICT Five members of the Fort McMurray chapter of the Warlocks outlaw motorcycle gang were arrested in September. The clubhouse was searched and further evidence of criminal organization gathered. The arrest was in relation to a conflict with the Hells Angels support club Tribal. In February, a Tribal member and Syndicate member were arrested for drug trafficking offences and a loaded handgun was seized.

221 communities where investigations took place

249 firearms seized

363 suppression initiatives Includes bar walks, outlaw motorcycle gang enforcement, and overt activities.


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SUPPORTING SAFE COMMUNITIES FIREARMS SEIZURES 249

2016-17

141

2015-16

197

2014-15

149

2013-14

78

2012-13

39

2011-12 0

50

100

INTERPROVINCIAL GANG TIES Red Deer associates of the Independent Soldiers and Red Scorpions gangs were arrested in March for drug and weapons offences. The two BC-based gangs were attempting to establish drug networks in Red Deer and recruit new members. Two stolen firearms were seized, along with a significant amout of methamphetamine and powder fentanyl. The fentanyl was later confirmed to be the deadly carfentanil. In October a member the Manitobabased Mad Cowz gang was arrested in Lethbridge carrying a loaded handgun. Nearly 200 fentanyl pills were seized as result of the investigation. A UN gang associate was arrested in May with numerous firearms, explosvies, and stolen property. He was wanted on warrants from B.C., Alberta, and Newfoundland.

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250

OTHER HIGHLIGHTS • ALERT assisted Valleyview RCMP with the disruption of a local drug trafficking ring. Five people were arrested and 40 grams of cocaine and 42 grams of meth seized in the small community outside Grande Prairie. • A MAC-11 subcompact machine gun was one of seven firearms seized in a series of drug raids in Red Deer and Sylvan Lake. One on the main targets was an Edmonton man awaiting murder charges. • The safety of inmates and corrections staff at the Medicine Hat Remand Centre was endangered following an attempt to mail meth into the centre. A collaborative investigation with the Medicine Hat Remand Centre identified two people suspected of sending methlaced Christmas cards to inmates. • Conducted 110 bar walk-throughs during the summer months, which play an important role in intelligence development and violence suppression.

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REDUCE HARM & HELP VICTIMS

GOAL 4: Law enforcement activities reduce harm and provide necessary supports to vulnerable victims, including the drug addicted, sexually exploited children, and victims of domestic abuse. ALERT teams work to protect Albertans, reducing harm, and taking measures to better ensure the safety of our province. They get harmful drugs off the street, intervene in the lives of children being abused or drug-endangered, and protect children from online sexual exploitation offences.

MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS

mother was sharing the photos with a known sexual offender in the U.S.

CHILDREN RESCUED Three girls were rescued in November after their father was arrested on more than two dozen sex-related offences.

In August, a St. Paul father was charged with incest. Investigators identified a video in which they thought involved the accused committing sexual abuse against a child. Further investigation led ICE to believe the accused was committing sexual offences against his child.

ICE alleges that the father sexually abused his three daughters multiple times over the past six years and went as far to procure one of his daughters for sex. The victims are receiving help from a variety of support services including Zebra Child Protection Centre. In June, a Red Deer 4-year-old was rescued from sexual abuse at the hands of his mother -a daycare worker. ICE opened the investigation after a referral from the Idaho Internet Crimes Against Children unit. ICE believes the

DRUG-ENDANGERED CHILDREN ALERT intervened in the well-being of 23 children who were drugendangered - a growing concern given the associated dangers with fentanyl. Lethbridge parents were charged in April after exposing their five children to rampant drug dealing in the family home. The youngest of the children was still an infant.

56 child interventions

893,183 child exploitation photos/videos seized

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REDUCE HARM & HELP VICTIMS

1,768 exhibits and devices seized

248 terabytes of data analyzed

Meanwhile in March, a group of drug dealers operating across the street from an elementary school were arrested. A woman was also charged with child endangerment. Three young children were found living in a Grande Prairie home amongst a large amount of cocaine, and a loaded, unsecure shotgun. A total of four homes were searched and more than $40,000 in drugs and cash was seized in November. ICE OPERATIONS Operation ICE Reign, an ICE investigation focusing on child sexual exploitation offenders, resulted in the arrest of 14 suspects from across

northern Alberta. A media event was held to raise awareness about the pervasiveness of child sexual exploitation. Meanwhile in June, Operation ICE Storm 3 led to the arrest of 10 child sexual exploitation suspects. The investigation focused on highlevel targets that were sharing and distributing vast collections of child sexual exploitation photos and videos. Sheldon Kennedy spoke at the news conference. COLLABORATIONS ICE worked with investigators from Australia’s Joint Anti Child Exploitation team to arrest a child psychologist. The accused was engaged in voyeurism while visting Edmonton, and information ICE provided led to the search of his Perth home and business. In February, investigators potentially saved as 13-year-old girl from being sexually abused. An Australia man travelled to Edmonton to meet the girl for sex, but luckily the victim’s mother contacted police. In September, ICE coordinated with Tennessee Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force to arrest a Kikino Metis Settlement man who had been allegedly sharing child exploitation

materials with a Knoxville prison inmate. Meetings were held between ICE and the Canadian Centre for Child Protection to develop enhanced working parameters and collaboration opportunities. The Centre’s executive director, Lianna McDonald, also presented preliminary findings of its victim survivor survey project THREAT ASSESSMENTS Integrated Threat & Risk Assessment Centre (ITRAC) develops risk reduction plans for domestic violence and stalking cases, as well as provides expert advice and training. This year ITRAC conducted 265 threat and risk assessments based on referrals from police, government agencies, school boards, and universities. Threat assessments are commonly used in consideration for bail applicatons and sentencing hearings.


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ENHANCE LAW ENFORCEMENT CAPACITY

GOAL 5: Law enforcement officers possess an advanced level of expertise, skills, and knowledge to effectively and efficiently target gang, organized crime and serious crime in Alberta. ALERT intelligence and enforcement officers conduct sophisticated, long-term criminal investigations that require advanced training and knowledge. ALERT supports police by providing elite training to enhance the ability of officers to detect and disrupt organized crime in Alberta.

MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS FENTANYL WORKSHOPS Health care and justice workers attended two-day sessions in Calgary and Edmonton to discuss fentanyl. The sessions provided information on safe handling, naloxone administration, and prosecution strategies. HOMICIDE CONFERENCE A homicide conference was held in partnership with EPS. The chief of the San Bernardino (California) Police Department shared experiences from the December 2015 terror attack, and an investigator from Columbine, Colorado, enlightened the audience with leadership lessons from the 1999 mass shooting.

OTHER HIGHLIGHTS • The U.S. Department of Justice recognized two ALERT investigators for their assistance in a firearms investigation. A Montana man was involved in firearms trafficking and in July 2015, the ATF seized 363 firearms from his residence. • A joint investigation with WestJet Corporate Security led to fraud and theft charges against an airline employee. The suspect allegedly fraudulently issued over a quarter million dollars’ worth of WestJet travel credits.

646 agencies assists ALERT provides assistance to policing partners, corrections, government, schools, and NGOs.

49 courses offered

2,412 candidates trained


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FINANCIAL OVERVIEW ALERT WAS ESTABLISHED IN 2006 AND IS FUNDED BY THE ALBERTA GOVERNMENT. ALERT RECEIVED AN INCREASE IN FUNDING IN THE 2017-2018 PROVINCIAL BUDGET, WITH $29.1 MILLION EARMARKED FOR THE AGENCY. GOVERNMENT CONTRIBUTIONS FUNDED 226 POSITIONS.

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$24.5 $19.75

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12-13

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15-16

16-17

GOVERNMENT FUNDED 16-17

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15-16

268

14-15

268

13-14

281

12-13

274

11-12

261

10-11

258

POSITIONS BY AGENCY RCMP Provincial RCMP Federal RCMP Municipal Lethbridge Police Edmonton Police Medicine Hat Police Calgary Police ALERT Corporate TOTAL

99 20 20 18 54 15 44 28 298

$38.4M ALERT2012-13 2016-17 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2010-11 2011-12 actual

226 government-funded positions at ALERT

$29.1 million amount ALERT received from the Alberta government in the 2017-2018 budget


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