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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/
The following guidelines were developed by a diverse group of representatives from across the province, including: injury prevention specialists from former Regional Health Authorities (Aspen, Calgary, Chinook, David Thompson, East Central, Kidsafe Connection, and Peace Country) and community coalitions (Lakeland P.A.R.T.Y. Program, Grande Prairie and Area Safe Communities, and Safe Community Wood Buffalo), Regional Traffic Safety Coordinators the Alberta Off-Highway Vehicle Association, the RCMP, Alberta Tourism, Parks, and Recreation, Lac Ste. Anne County, and ATV instructors.
The working group conducted a thorough review of available research to develop these guidelines, reflecting the Alberta context where ATVs are used widely for farming and recreational purposes.
This information applies to the general population and may not apply to professional ATV operators or to individuals with specific health conditions.
All-terrain vehicles (ATV’s can cause serious injuries or death. ATV injuries can be reduced by following these safety practices: