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An Open Letter to Albertans
From AOHVA President, Brent Hodgson
In every jurisdiction where OHV activities occur, it is groups like the Alberta Off-highway Vehicle Association (AOHVA) who lead the way to promote safe, responsible and respectable vehicle use.Read More...
Provincial Government slams the door on Albertans’ outdoor pursuits Op-Ed by Brent Hodgson, AOHVA PresidentRead Here...
Alberta Off-Highway Vehicle Riders Disappointed with Decision to Shut Down All Motorized Trail Use in The Castle AreaRead the media release
Alberta announced its commitment to enhance the protection of the Castle AreaTo view the article go to https://www.alberta.ca/release.cfm?xID=4615062300B72-B7DC-7610-C46E08357654B8F9#.WIJ2dXdJCYo.email
*We strongly urge you to make your voices heard, complete the survey – let the Government know what you think - before another riding area is totally lost.
Provide your comments and input to Alberta Environment and Parks at the link below – deadline is March 20, 2017.
ALBERTA OFF-HIGHWAY VEHICLE ASSOCIATION (AOHVA) concerned that Albertans’ continued enjoyment of province’s open landscape is in jeopardyRead the media release
Edmonton Boat & Sportsmen’s Show March 16 – 19, 2017http://www.edmontonboatandsportshow.ca/
On December 6th, Bill 36 An Act to Enhance Off-Highway Vehicle Safety, passed third reading in the Alberta Legislature with wide support from all parties. The bill will make helmets a requirement for OHV use on public land in Alberta.View full article...
Public and Stakeholder Consultations
he Government of Alberta is looking for your feedback on the Draft South Saskatchewan Regional Plan (2013) for southern Alberta. From November 5 through November 28, public information sessions and stakeholder workshops will be hosted in 18 locations in southern Alberta and in Edmonton, Red Deer and Drumheller. Detailed information regarding dates and locations of the consultation sessions is offered below.
We ask that you RSVP for stakeholder workshops to email@example.com or call 403-716-8325. Workshop times are from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Public sessions run from 4:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. and since they are open house sessions, there isn't any need to call ahead to reserve a seat.
Whether you are able or unable to attend these sessions, provide your comments through an online workbook or print and complete the Discussion Guide - Draft South Saskatchewan Regional Plan Workbook (2013). The completed paper version should be submitted to:SSRP Phase 3 Workbook Land Use Secretariat 9th Floor, 10035 - 108 Street Edmonton, Alberta T5J 3E1
In order for your input to be used to inform the development of the South Saskatchewan Regional Plan, your submission of this workbook must be received, either by mail or online, by January 15, 2014.
Check the AESRD Blog for regular consultation updates or visit South Saskatchewan Region for more information. Summaries of all input received through the consultation sessions and completed workbooks will be available on the SSRP Consultation page. Please join the conversation - your input will help define the future of southern Alberta.