An Alberta where AOC member groups work in collaboration to ensure the continued respectful use, enhancement, and enjoyment of Alberta’s wilderness and natural resources for the benefit of all Albertans
In a collaborative advocacy effort, to work towards the preservation of responsible recreational access and the enhancement of Alberta’s wilderness and natural resources.
Success to date:
- Forming a common front with diverse interests at a provincial organization level
- Recognition by the Premier, Ministers of Sustainable Resource Development and Tourism, Parks and Recreation
- Successful campaign the alter the proposed Rock Lake/Solomon Creek Provincial Park Boundaries
- Providing advice to ATPR Minister for the design and implementation of the Alberta Plan for Parks
- To identify and work towards rectifying flaws in the planning and establishment of “parks” in Alberta.
- To bring to Government, our concerns as one united front.
- To ensure that the traditional, heritage, and social aspects of all outdoor activities are recognized and respected by government, planners, and society.
- And further, to ensure that these activities not be unreasonably restricted or denied.
- And to have recognized those activities pursued by the members of the AOC as being an integral part of our “quality of life and wellness”.
- To volunteer our expertise in planning processes as responsible stakeholders.
- Insistence to work directly with those individuals in charge.
- Ensuring equitable planning to the inclusion of all users.
- Hold the Government to its promise of “governing with integrity and transparency”.
- To encourage cross ministry communication to attain a balanced perspective and equitable decision making.
- To insist that “parks” be included in the “Land Use Framework”.