Alberta

Canada Courthouses / Alberta
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Alberta Legislative Building

Alberta became the 8th Province on September 1, 1905.  Edmonton is the provincial capital. Alberta has 11 Judicial Districts. There are courthouses in the following locations:

 

Court of Queens Bench

 

Calgary Judicial District - Calgary 

Drumheller / Hanna Judicial District -  Drumheller  

Edmonton Judicial District - Edmonton ( Court of Appeal )

Fort McMurray Judicial District - Fort McMurray

Grande Prairie Judicial District – Grande Prairie

Lethbridge / Macleod Judicial District - Lethbridge

Medicine Hat Judicial District - Medicine Hat

Peace River Judicial District – Peace River

Red Deer Judicial District - Red Deer

St. Paul Judicial District - St. Paul

Wetaskiwin Judicial District - Wetaskiwin

 

Provincial Courts

 

Calgary Judicial District – Airdrie  /  Canmore  /  Cochrane  /  Didsbury  /  Okotoks  /  Turner Valley

Drumheller / Hanna Judicial District -  Hanna  /  Strathmore

Edmonton Judicial District – Barrhead  /  Breton  /  Drayton Valley  /  Evansburg  /  Fort Saskatchewan  /  Leduc  / Mayerthorpe  /  Morinville  /  St. Albert  /  Stony Plain  /  Vegreville  /  Westlock

Fort McMurray Judicial District - 

Grande Prairie Judicial District – Fox Creek  /  Valleyview

Lethbridge / Macleod Judicial District - Cardston  /  Fort Macleod  /  Pincher Creek  /  Taber

Medicine Hat Judicial District - Brooks  /  Medicine Hat

Peace River Judicial District - 

Red Deer Judicial District – Coronation  /  Rimbey  /  Rocky Mountain House  /  Stettler

St. Paul Judicial District - Llyodminster  /  Vermilion  /  Wainwright

Wetaskiwin Judicial District – Camrose  /  Killam  /  Ponoka

 

Old Courthouses

 

Blairmore  /  Cardston  /  Hanna  /  Fort Macleod  /   Fort Saskatchewan  /  Lethbridge  /  Stettler  / Taber  /  Vegreville