Lieutenant Governors have had an important role to play since the Province of Alberta was created. Here are highlights of the people and events behind Alberta's vice-regal history.
In addition to fulfilling the key constitutional, ceremonial and social roles of the office, Lieutenant Governors may also choose to create legacy programs designed to benefit Albertans during the Lieutenant Governor’s tenure and beyond.
The Suite and Office of the Lieutenant Governor has been situated at the Legislature Building since 1912.
Government House was the official residence of the province's first six Lieutenant Governors. It is now used for Lieutenant Governor, Alberta government, and public sector conferences and special events.