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Alberta Health Care
The documents for the AB health card and AB ID are very similar. To apply for the AB health, if you have current coverage in Alberta, your wife will be added to your health care account. Please provide your photo ID and AB health Card. Your wife will supply her photo ID and legal status in Canada (Canadian Passport, Birth Certificate, or immigration document). There is no charge for AB health services. To apply for the AB identification card, your wife will supply her photo ID, legal status in Canada (Canadian Passport, Birth Certificate, or immigration document), and proof of Alberta residency (a document dated within the last 90 days - a utility bill, government statement, lease agreement, paystub or employment letter dated within the last 14 days). The fee for an AB ID card is between $14 (1 year term) up to $49 (5 year term).
You may visit West-End Registries in person to request a replacement AB health card. Please provide 1 piece of valid photo ID. There is no fee to replace the health card, unless you have had 5 health cards issued to you. If you have had 5 cards or more, you will need to complete a statutory declaration, which is $ 15.75 Alternatively, you may call Alberta Health directly by phone @ 780-427-1432 to request a replacement AB health card.