The Film and Video Classification Act, 2009 and the Film and Video Classification Regulation are the legislation that defines the Government of Alberta’s role in film classification, exhibition and retail video in Alberta. Under this legislation, the Alberta government:
- provides mandatory classification services for distributors seeking to screen films in Alberta
- ensures film exhibitors and venues adhere to legislative requirements to display film ratings
Was this page helpful?
Your submissions are monitored by our web team and are used to help improve the experience on Alberta.ca.