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Commonly Asked Questions about Registry Services in Edmonton

Have a question about registry services in Edmonton? Ellerslie Registry will provide you with the answer. Browse our list of frequently asked questions; contact us if you have a question that has not been answered below. For more information, visit the Service Alberta website.

Do I need to bring any documents to get my driver's licence renewed?

Yes, you need to carry your existing driver's licence. Additionally, you may need to show a:

  • Medical report
  • Proof of Status in Canada
  • Proof of Alberta residency

To get my vehicle registered, what documents do I bring?

The documents that you need to carry for vehicle registration include:

  • Proof of identity
  • Proof of ownership
  • Insurance document valid in Alberta
  • New vehicle information statement for a brand-new vehicle
  • A letter of authorization signed by the absent owner, in case of joint ownership of the vehicle
  • Out-of-province inspection to register an out-of-province vehicle
  • Transport Canada Vehicle Import Form 1 for vehicles from outside Canada

What is the process for getting a vital statistics certificate?

Follow these steps to get a vital statistics certificate in Alberta:

  1. Visit us with a valid identification document.
  2. Fill out the application for obtaining the certificate.
  3. We will send you the document via mail once it has been issued.

What documents should I bring for my Class 7 learner's exam?

For taking your Class 7 learner's knowledge exam, you would require:

  • Two identification documents, one of which must show your date of birth
  • Proof of Status in Canada
  • Proof of Alberta residency


*For applicants under 18 years of age, a parent/legal guardian would need to be present to sign a consent form. If the parent/legal guardian has a driver's licence valid in the province of Alberta, the applicant won't need to present proof of residency.

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