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Alberta Association of Architects
The Alberta Association of Architects (AAA or the Association) is a self-governing professional association charged under the Architects Act with the registration of Architects and the licensing of Licensed Interior Designers and with the regulation of the practice of Architecture in the Province of Alberta. The Association regulates the practice of architecture for the protection of the public and the administration of the Profession.
Architects’ Association of New Brunswick
Architects Association of Prince Edward Island
Architects Licensing Board of Newfoundland and Labrador (ALBNL)
The Architects Licensing Board of Newfoundland and Labrador (ALBNL) is mandated by the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador to regulate the offering and the provision of architectural services for projects located in the province. This mandate includes setting standards for licensing, the granting of licenses to individuals who qualify, monitoring license holders for compliance with the Regulations, maintaining a disciplinary process, and prosecuting those firms and persons who do not comply with the Architects Act 2008. The Board is a sister organization with the Newfoundland and Labrador Architects Association (NLAA).
Architectural Institute of British Columbia
Université de Montréal
University of British Columbia
Ordre des architectes du Québec
Ontario Association of Architects
Nova Scotia Association of Architects
Northwest Territories Association of Architects
University of Manitoba
Manitoba Association of Architects
University of Calgary
To avoid exorbitant costs of translation and true copy certification, the CACB keeps on file Course Calendars/Syllabus translated to English or French from previous Assessments.
To find out if we have your Course Calendar/Syllabus for the years of the professional program you have attended in our date base click here and follow carefully the instructions.
If your School course calendar/syllabus is available for the years you studied, you will not be required to submit a certified copy of the calendar as part of your application, but be ready to provide with any additional information/clarifications if needed.
If your course calendars/syllabus does not appear on the drop down menu or does not apply to the same years of your architecture studies, you will be required to submit the official university calendar/syllabus as part of the documents package within your application.
University of Toronto