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If an accreditation date is listed with the course on this website, and you know you'll be unable to attend accreditation on that date, please notify [email protected] the training dates.

- Please click here for a course description Training Dates: May 7 - 8, 2018 Accreditation date: June 18 - 21, 2018 (half-day session required on one of these dates).

Course status: Confirmed, limited spaces available. Training Dates: May 14 - 16, 2018 Pre-requisites: n/a Accreditation date: June 18 – 21, 2018 (half-day session required on one of these dates).

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All certificates are certified extracts of the original Registration of Birth.

Altering and/or laminating Vital Statistics documents makes them invalid.

The information you find varies from record to record. Names of relatives of your ancestor, such as parents, spouse, or children. For additional information you can find in vital records, see Tip 2.

Both sets of records have been indexed in: Alberta Formerly the Northwest Territories Index to Registration of Births, Marriages and Deaths 1870 to 1905, Volume 1.

Birth, marriage, and death registration continued when the Province of Alberta took over the responsibility in 1905.

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