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Alberta Youth Parliament

Francophonie Jeunesse de l'Alberta
306, 8627 rue Marie-Anne-Gaboury, Edmonton, AB T6C 3N1
Phone : (780) 469-1344


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Provincial (Edmonton)

School year/Age

Ages 16 to 25

Language level

French as a First Language
French immersion

School subject (primary)

Social studies

School subjects (secondary)

Career and Life Management
Knowledge and Employability
Off-campus Education
Social studies
Health and Life Skills

Links with the curriculum

An in depth exploration of parliamentary system through a simulation BY and FOR youth.


Paliamentary outfits

  • For boys, a shirt with a tie and a jacket as well as nice clean pants and shoes (no jeans or running shoes).
  • For girls, a skirt that goes down to the knees or a pair of pants, a shirt or a non-neckline sweater, and a jacket. It can also be a dress, but the dess can not show the shoulders and must go down to the knees. Shoes can not show the toes, nor can they be running shoes.


The event takes place in Edmonton.

Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pademic, this event has been pushed back to an undetermined date.


Number of participants

Total of 117 Participants


Price: $90 (The price may be changed.)- includes transport, accommodation, and food.


The Alberta Youth Parliament is a parliamentary simulation for all youth ages 16 to 25 from across the province. Young people will be able to debate fictitious bills in the Alberta legislature. It is an opportunity for youth to become familiar with the parliamentary system in Alberta, while learning to express their opinions.

Date: unditermined




Alberta Education