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Alberta Health Services – Help in Tough Times

AHS provides a list of resources for supporting Albertans during these stressful times.  Includes a section on COVID-19 online resources.

Help in Tough Times

4-H Canada Healthy Living

Virtual Program Safety Considerations – Canadian Centre for Child Protection has developed considerations for platform/technology safety and professional boundaries for engaging with campers/program attendees online. To view or download the document, click the link below:

Safety Considerations for Virtual Programming

For 4-H Alberta’s Rule of Two Supervision Policy, click the link below:

4-H Supervision Policy

Member ORS User Guide

Adult ORS User Guide

Club Admin ORS User Guide

Google G Suite Accounts for Clubs

4-H Alberta will provide any of its clubs with a Google G Suite account to help them virtually deliver their programs and serve their members.  Having a G Suite account will allow clubs to use Google’s many resources and apps such as Google Meet (video meetings, conference calls, etc.), Google Classroom, Drive, Forms, Docs, Sheets, etc.

To request your G Suite account or for inquiries, please contact Shane Guiltner, Director of Marketing, Communications & Technology at

Google Meet

With your 4-H Alberta G Suite account you will be able to host high-quality video meetings for up to 150 participants.

How to use Google Meet:

Google Drive

1TB of storage for your club to organize your files, data, and whatever needs to be stored safely using highly secure server storage.


Zoom is a popular video conferencing tool, similar to Google Meet.

Free Zoom accounts are available for everyone but have a 40-minute time limit. If you require meetings longer than 40 minutes, please contact 4-H Alberta to book a Zoom meeting for you. 4-H Alberta will provide access to Zoom meetings and conferences to assist clubs requiring online meetings greater than 40 minutes with more than 3 participants.

How to use Zoom:

4-H Alberta Intro to Zoom