The Legislative Assembly of Alberta is committed to encouraging all Albertans to learn about the democratic process, whether through using this website or visiting the Legislature Building in person.

Access to Legislature Building and Precincts

Visitors with strollers, wheelchairs and those with mobility restrictions

may access the Legislature Building through the ground level west entrance located off 109 Street. The Queen Elizabeth II Building may be accessed by the public through the west doors of the Violet King Henry Plaza entrance.

For hearing assistance,

iPads are available upon request in the public galleries of the Legislative Assembly Chamber to watch the closed-captioned live stream. In addition, all live-streamed meetings include a simultaneous ASL interpreter, and a closed-captioned television broadcast is provided in the public galleries located on the second floor of the Queen Elizabeth II Building for committee meetings.

Please note that visitors to the Legislature Building and the second floor of the Queen Elizabeth II Building undergo security screening upon entry.

Closed Captioning


is available on both the television broadcast and the online stream (live and archived) of the Legislative Assembly’s proceedings.  Please ensure you have settings for closed-captioning turned on for your respective device or browser.

Web Accessibility

The content on this website

is provided from a variety of sources and in different formats. The Legislative Assembly Office (“LAO”) endeavours to constantly improve access to all information using the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines of the Worldwide Web Consortium (W3C). 


Please let us know if you have any suggestions to improve the accessibility of our website, buildings, programs, publications or services.

To submit feedback related to website technical difficulties, usability or accessibility, please contact:

Any other feedback may be submitted to: