Alberta Milk is represented by elected dairy producers across the province. Our province is divided up in three regions, North, Central and South, and within each of those regions are elected delegates and directors. We have 30 delegates and nine directors throughout the province.
Stuart Boeve, chair
Gerrit Haarman, vice chair
Michael Vanden Dool
Wim van de Brake
Regulations Governing Alberta Milk
Alberta Milk is a non-profit organization established on August 1, 2002 through the approval of the Alberta Milk Plan Regulation under the authority of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act of Alberta.
Alberta Milk is supervised by the Agricultural Products Marketing Council, which is appointed by the Government of Alberta. The council supervises and regulates all producer boards and marketing commissions in Alberta.
Below are links to the acts and regulations that govern Alberta Milk found on the Alberta government’s Queen’s Printer webpage.
Alberta Milk Plan Regulation – 28/2022
Alberta Milk Marketing Regulation – 151/2002
Alberta Milk Authorization Regulation -152/2002
Alberta Milk Negotiation and Arbitration Regulation – 153/2002
Alberta Milk Federal Authorization Order – 154/2002
Dairy Industry Act
Dairy Industry Regulation – 139/99
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
Alberta Milk is authorized to make administrative orders and directives, pursuant to the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act and the Alberta Milk Plan Regulation, which may be made available upon request.