Forms and Notices By Region / Division (scroll to bottom of page for Case Management and Pre-trial forms)

This page contains forms that are available for use by the Bar and other members of the public, as well as notices governing practices or procedures within the different regions or divisions of the Provincial Court. Clicking on a link for a region or division will display the documents used, or notices applicable, to that region or division.
 
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This page contains forms that are available for use by the Bar and other members of the public, as well as notices governing practices or procedures within the different regions or divisions of the Provincial Court. Clicking on a link for a region or division will display the documents used, or notices applicable, to that region or division.
 
Note: If you are having trouble opening PDF forms (i.e. getting messages about updating Adobe Reader) and are using Firefox or the Google Chrome browser: Please try clicking the pdf icon in the address bar and selecting open in Adobe Viewer or see further troubleshooting information here.

Applicable to All Regions
Minimize Central Region
Minimize Civil Division (Calgary & Edmonton)
 Title
For further Civil forms not listed here, please visit Provincial Court > Civil Small Claims Court

Minimize Calgary Criminal and Calgary Regional
Minimize Edmonton Criminal
 TitleModified Date
Applications for Adjournments2/21/2009
Case Management Conference Notice to Edmonton Criminal defence Bar4/9/2010
Case Managment Conference letter from ACJ Wheatley to Edmonton Criminal defence Bar4/9/2010
CCM Courtroom Designations, eff. October 30, 201211/9/2012
CCM FAQs, eff. February 1, 20101/31/2010
CCM General Guidelines, eff. February 1, 20101/31/2010
CCM Practice Notes 2010, No. 1~7, eff. February 1, 20102/10/2010
Courtroom 268 Practice Note (No. 11-1), eff.March 2, 20113/22/2011
December 2, 2013 Notice to EDM Criminal Bar re changes in CMO and Courtrooms 265 and 3561/9/2014
Family Protection Unit Verification statement2/21/2009
Hearing Office - Judicial Interim Release Standard Conditions9/25/2009
Increased Courtroom Trial Bookings2/21/2009
Introduction of Additional ('virtual') Courtrooms2/21/2009
January 2013 - Conditional Sentence Order1/24/2013
January 2013 - Peace Bond3/18/2013
January 2013 - Probation Order1/24/2013
January 2013 - Recognizance1/24/2013
January 2013 - Undertaking1/24/2013
Notice to the Profession (Courtroom 267 Trial Readiness Protocol)5/10/2013
Notice to the Profession (Docket process in courtroom 265 & Practice Directive re: courtroom 268)2/21/2009
Notice to the Profession (Family Protection Unit Trial Readiness Protocol)2/21/2009
Notice to the Profession (Use of CCTV in courtroom 265)2/21/2009
November 18, 2013 Notice to EDM Criminal Bar re Assignment Court changes1/9/2014
November 18, 2013 Notice to EDM Criminal Bar re Trial Continuations1/9/2014
Practice Directive - Pre-Trial Conference Program12/14/2012
Pre-Trial Conference Information Form12/14/2012

Minimize Edmonton Region
Minimize Calgary Family and Youth
Minimize Edmonton Family and Youth
For further forms not listed here, visit Provincial Court > Family Court

Minimize Northern Region
 TitleModified Date

Minimize Southern Region
 TitleModified Date

Forms for Case Management / Pre-Trial Conferences

Effective immediately, the Provincial Court of Alberta has posted online forms for use in all divisions of the Court for Pre-trial conferences (PTC) and Case Management conferences (CMC). This is at the direction of the Chief Judge, and is part of the Court’s move toward standardizing processes within the Court.  

This initiative began last fall when Provincial Judges, from all areas of the province and all divisions of the Court, designed and composed single forms for use in "Criminal, Youth, Regulatory" proceedings, as well as "Civil" and "Family and Child Protection" matters. Use of these forms is intended to encourage process uniformity within the Court. Mobility of the Bar and increased occasions when Judges preside in geographical or jurisprudential areas outside of their usual forum also supported the concept that single forms would assist counsel and the Bench in conducting Pre-trial or Case Management conferences.

The Assistant Chief Judge and Judges in each division will determine the implementation of this initiative in their respective division. As a rule, the Court prefers to consult with counsel before introducing new initiatives. In this instance, it was the opinion of the Judges who participated in the design exercise that the best approach would be to commence use of the forms, obtain feedback from members of the Bench and the Bar over several months, and then make the adjustments necessary to improving the forms or process. There are some brief instructions posted online that will offer assistance with completion, exchange and return of the forms, subject to any directions that may be issued by the Assistant Chief Judge within their own division. The objective is to arrive at a set of forms that are functional and practical, and that may be used in conjunction with other changes that the Court may make relative to Pre-trial or Case Management conference procedures.

These forms are prototypes, and although composed of the best elements of various documents already being used throughout the Court, the forms are not ‘final’. The downloadable "Instructions for using online forms..." (see below) is a .pdf document that contains samples & screen shots, and will 'walk you through' the completion of these forms. Please also use the link to the Feedback Form (see below) to offer your comments and suggestions. Thank you for your assistance with this initiative.

Effective immediately, the Provincial Court of Alberta has posted online forms for use in all divisions of the Court for Pre-trial conferences (PTC) and Case Management conferences (CMC). This is at the direction of the Chief Judge, and is part of the Court’s move toward standardizing processes within the Court.  

This initiative began last fall when Provincial Judges, from all areas of the province and all divisions of the Court, designed and composed single forms for use in "Criminal, Youth, Regulatory" proceedings, as well as "Civil" and "Family and Child Protection" matters. Use of these forms is intended to encourage process uniformity within the Court. Mobility of the Bar and increased occasions when Judges preside in geographical or jurisprudential areas outside of their usual forum also supported the concept that single forms would assist counsel and the Bench in conducting Pre-trial or Case Management conferences.

The Assistant Chief Judge and Judges in each division will determine the implementation of this initiative in their respective division. As a rule, the Court prefers to consult with counsel before introducing new initiatives. In this instance, it was the opinion of the Judges who participated in the design exercise that the best approach would be to commence use of the forms, obtain feedback from members of the Bench and the Bar over several months, and then make the adjustments necessary to improving the forms or process. There are some brief instructions posted online that will offer assistance with completion, exchange and return of the forms, subject to any directions that may be issued by the Assistant Chief Judge within their own division. The objective is to arrive at a set of forms that are functional and practical, and that may be used in conjunction with other changes that the Court may make relative to Pre-trial or Case Management conference procedures.

These forms are prototypes, and although composed of the best elements of various documents already being used throughout the Court, the forms are not ‘final’. The downloadable "Instructions for using online forms..." (see below) is a .pdf document that contains samples & screen shots, and will 'walk you through' the completion of these forms. Please also use the link to the Feedback Form (see below) to offer your comments and suggestions. Thank you for your assistance with this initiative.


Criminal / Youth / Regulatory
 TitleModified Date
Criminal, Youth, Regulatory CMC form12/4/2010

Civil Matters
 TitleModified Date
Civil Pre-trial conference form 6/4/2009

Family and Child Protection matters
 TitleModified Date
Family, Child Protection CMC form7/1/2009