On April 15th, 1969, the following motion was proposed in the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Alberta: “Whereas great changes are taking place in the lives of young people. Now therefore this Legislative Assembly request the government to give consideration to-enacting a Youth Act which will set the age of 19 as the age of majority and set out the basis for the contractual liability of young adults.” Although the motion was defeated, the […]
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Age of Majority Act, SA 1971, c 1 (now RSA 2000, c A-6).
January 1, 1970