No, Alberta does not have a land transfer tax.
Alberta is one of a few provinces in Canada that does not have a land transfer tax. In most Canadian provinces, a land transfer tax is a tax paid by the buyer when purchasing a property. The amount of the tax is based on the purchase price of the property and is collected by the government at the time of the sale.
However, in Alberta, there is no land transfer tax, which makes purchasing a property in the province less expensive than in other parts of Canada. Instead, Alberta has a property transfer fee, which is a fee charged by the Alberta government to register a property transfer. The fee is a small percentage of the purchase price and is used to fund government services.