Associations and Partnerships

AGLC works closely with a number of groups to ensure we continue to offer choices Albertans can trust. 

Individuals or businesses that self-organize into associations or groups also sometimes assign individuals to speak on their behalf. To ensure clarity around who an association represents, and similar to the Government of Alberta’s Lobbyist Registry, AGLC may require basic information from the outset, such as:

  • The name of the association
  • Any incorporation documentation 
  • Minutes from the most recent Annual General Meeting
  • A list of members, to be updated on a yearly basis

Some groups currently recognized include:
Alberta Charitable Casino Operators (ACCO)
Alberta Craft Distillers Association (ACDA)
Alberta Estate Winery and Meadery Association (AEWMA)
Alberta Hotel and Lodging Association (AHLA)
Alberta Liquor Store Association (ALSA)
Alberta Small Brewers Association (ASBA)
Beer Canada
Bingo Alberta
Canada's National Brewers
Canadian Vintners Association
Horse Racing Alberta
Import Vintners and Spirits Association (IVSA)
Spirits Canada
Restaurants Canada

In addition, AGLC partners with a number of groups to offer programming, services or information to Albertans. These include:
Alberta Association of Chiefs of Police (AACP)
Alberta Gambling Research Institute (AGRI)
Alberta Post-Secondary Health Association (APSHA)
Alberta Safer Bars Council (ASBC)
Alberta Student Executive Council
Association of Liquor Licensing Authorities of Canada (ALAC)
Canadian Association of Liquor Jurisdictions (CALJ)
Centre to End All Sexual Exploitations (CEASE)
Coalition for Action on High-Risk Drinking (CAHRD)
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Cross-Ministerial Committee (FASD CMC)
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Networks
Mennonite Centre for Newcomers
Multicultural Health Brokers Cooperative
Problem Gambling Resources Network (PGRN)
Provincial Impaired Driving Committee (PIDC)
Responsible Gambling Council
Students Against Drinking and Driving Alberta (SADD Alberta)