Cost

Service providers will charge a service fee to file change notices for Alberta and out-of-province corporations.

Registry agent product catalogue

Alberta corporation

Alberta corporations need to provide an authorized Corporate Registry service provider with address or director updates within 15 days of a change.

Step 1. Gather information

If your corporation is changing directors, you will need to get:

  • names and addresses of incoming directors
  • appointment dates of incoming directors
  • names of outgoing directors
  • resignation or cessation dates of outgoing directors

At least 25% of the board of directors must be resident Canadians. Directors must be at least 18 years old.

If your corporation is changing its legal addresses, the new registered office must be a physical location in Alberta, such as a street location or legal land description. If the registered office address does not have mail delivery, an Alberta postal address must also be supplied.

Step 2. Fill out the form

Fill out the form associated with the change you are making:

Trouble opening PDF forms?

Fillable forms do not open on some mobile devices and web browsers. To fill in and save this form:

  1. Click on the PDF link to save it on your computer.
  2. Launch Adobe Reader.
  3. Open the PDF from within Adobe Reader. You can now fill and save your form.

Step 3. Take your information to a service provider

You need to take your form to an authorized Alberta service provider. You will need to take:

  • your information
  • valid ID
  • fee payment

If your information meets requirements, the service provider will enter it into the Corporate Registry computer system.

Out-of-province corporation

If your corporation's home province is British Columbia or Saskatchewan, there are special streamlined processes for you. Contact your home jurisdiction registry office for information.

If your corporation is from another province or country, you will need to provide Alberta Corporate Registry with address, director or Alberta attorney updates within 30 days of a change.

Step 1. Fill out the form

Fill out the form associated with the change you are making:

Step 2. Take your information to a service provider

You need to take your form to an authorized Alberta service provider. You will need to take:

  • your form
  • valid ID
  • fee payment

If your information meets requirements, the service provider will enter it into the Corporate Registry computer system.

Alberta cooperative

Alberta cooperatives need to provide the Director of Cooperatives with cooperative address changes or director changes within 15 days of the change.

Step 1. Gather information

If your cooperative board is changing directors, positions, or addresses, you will need to get:

  • names, addresses, and positions of incoming directors
  • appointment dates of incoming directors or position changes
  • names, addresses, and positions of outgoing directors
  • resignation or cessation dates of outgoing directors
  • new address information for directors if applicable

At least 50% of the board of directors must be resident Canadians.

If your cooperative is changing its address or contact information, you will need to get:

  • telephone number, fax number, or email address if applicable
  • complete address information including the postal code

A new registered office must be a physical location in Alberta, such as a street location or legal land description. If the registered office address does not have mail delivery, an Alberta mailing address must also be provided.

Step 2. Fill out the form

Fill out the form associated with the change you are making:

Notice of Address/Change of Address (PDF, 110 KB)

Notice of Directors/Change of Directors/Change of Director’s Address (PDF, 280 KB)

Step 3. Send the form

Send the form to the office of the Director of Cooperatives.

There is no charge to file these updates.

Email: sa.businesslicensing@gov.ab.ca

Fax: 780-427-3033

Mail or drop off address:

Service Alberta
Director of Cooperatives
3C, Commerce Place
10155 102 Street
Edmonton, Alberta  T5J 4L4

Out of province cooperative

If your cooperative is incorporated in British Columbia or Saskatchewan, there are special streamlined processes for you. Contact your home jurisdiction registry office for information.

If your cooperative is from another province or country, you will need to provide address or director updates within 30 days of a change.

If your cooperative is from another province or country, you will need to provide Alberta attorney updates immediately.

Step 1. Fill out the form

Fill out the form associated with the change you're making:

Step 2. Send the form

Send the form to the office of the Director of Cooperatives.

There is no charge to file these updates.

Email: sa.businesslicensing@gov.ab.ca

Fax: 780-427-3033

Mail or drop off address:

Service Alberta
Director of Cooperatives
3C, Commerce Place
10155 102 Street
Edmonton, Alberta  T5J 4L4

Non-profit company

Non-profit companies need to provide Corporate Registry with address or director updates within 15 days of a change.

Step 1. Gather information

If your company is changing directors, you will need to get:

  • names and addresses of incoming directors
  • appointment dates of incoming directors
  • names of outgoing directors
  • resignation or cessation dates of outgoing directors

At least 50% of the board of directors must be resident Albertans. Directors must be at least 18 years old.

If the company's legal addresses are changing, the new registered office must be a physical location in Alberta, such as a street location or legal land description. If the registered office address does not have mail delivery, an Alberta postal address must also be supplied.

Step 2. Fill out the form

Fill out the form associated with the change you’re making:

Step 3. Send or deliver the form in person

Send or drop off the form and information to Corporate Registry.

There is no charge to file this update.

Mailing address:
Corporate Registry
Service Alberta
Box 1007 Station Main
Edmonton, Alberta  T5J 4W6

In-person:

Hours: 8:15 am to 4:00 pm, Monday to Friday (excluding statutory holidays)
South Counter
Mezzanine Floor, John E. Brownlee Building
10365 97 Street
Edmonton, Alberta  T5J 3W7

Society and religious society

Societies and religious societies need to provide Corporate Registry with address updates within 15 days of a change.

Societies may provide officer and director updates when they occur, otherwise they will be updated when the society's annual return is filed.

Step 1. Fill out the form

Step 2. Send or deliver the form in person

Send or drop off the form and information to Corporate Registry.

There is no charge to file this update.

Mailing address:
Corporate Registry
Service Alberta
Box 1007 Station Main
Edmonton, Alberta  T5J 4W6

In-person:

Hours: 8:15 am to 4:00 pm, Monday to Friday (excluding statutory holidays)
South Counter
Mezzanine Floor, John E. Brownlee Building
10365 97 Street
Edmonton, Alberta  T5J 3W7

Contact

Hours: 8:15 am to 4:30 pm (open Monday to Friday, closed statutory holidays)
Phone: 780-427-7013
Toll free: 310-0000 before the phone number (in Alberta)