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Ironically, it's from Alberta. I guess there will be a lot of gender reallocation happening there now....

https://drivetribe.com/p/this-man-actually-changed-his-gender-AaxqBT_kQkGilta6D0CeHw?iid=Hn9FBg9uQ0G39QFmscX5ZA&utm_campaign=main+&utm_medium=fb&utm_source=organic

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21 minutes ago, deicer said:

Ironically, it's from Alberta

Don't forget Alberta has a Leftie-Dipper government.

They were elected by mistake but we are still stuck with it for another year.

Current polls show the NDP getting 10 seats instead of 57 if an election was held right now.

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55 minutes ago, deicer said:

Ironically, it's from Alberta. I guess there will be a lot of gender reallocation happening there now....

https://drivetribe.com/p/this-man-actually-changed-his-gender-AaxqBT_kQkGilta6D0CeHw?iid=Hn9FBg9uQ0G39QFmscX5ZA&utm_campaign=main+&utm_medium=fb&utm_source=organic

I suspect this is a remake of an article dealing with a male in the US who changed his sex to get cheaper insurance.

Here are the rules in Alberta:

 

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FACT PAGE  |  Alberta Identity Documents

Albertans or people living in Alberta who have changed their sex will need to update one or more government-issued identity documents.

The governments of Alberta and Canada each have different responsibilities regarding government-issued identity documents.

Alberta is responsible for issuing birth certificates to individuals born in Alberta, as well as operator's (driver's) licenses to qualified drivers operating within Alberta.
 Other certificates--such as marriage certificates--may also need to be amended.

Canada is responsible for issuing federal identification documents such as a Canadian passport. This page also includes information regarding obtaining a Canadian passport. 

Note: These resources are provided for information purposes only and do not constitute legal or medical advice.
 

 
Identity Documents -- Alberta Birth Certificates

In Alberta, changing sex on a birth certificate is ruled by the Vital Statistics Information Regulation. The following sections detail the process individual applicants must follow:

Section 16.1(1) -- eligibility requirements to apply for change of sex (birth certificate)
Section 16.2 -- requirements for an affidavit (from the applicant)
Section 16.3 -- requirements for a statement from a medical professional

For more details, see the Order in Council detailing all requirements for amending an Alberta birth certificate.
 

 
Identity Documents -- Alberta Operator's (Driver's) Licenses

In Alberta, changing sex on an operator's (driver's) license is ruled by the Operator Licensing and Vehicle Control Regulation. The following sections detail the processes individual applicants must follow:

Section 20.1 -- eligibility requirements to apply for change of sex (driver's license)
Section 20.2 -- requirements for an affidavit (from the applicant)
Section 20.3 -- requirements for evidence (a copy of an amended birth certificate OR a statement from a medical professional)
 

 
Identity Documents -- Alberta Marriage Certificates

In Alberta, changing sex on a subsisting (continuing) marriage certificate is ruled by the Vital Statistics Information Regulation. The following sections detail the process individual applicants must follow:

Section 16.5 -- information required to amend sex on record of susbsisting (continuing) marriage
 
 

 
Identity Documents -- Canada Passport

The Government of Canada does not provide information online regarding obtaining a Canadian passport with a correct sex marker. As of summer 2015, an applicant whose birth certificate has not been amended to show their correct sex will be required to sign a special form, mentioned here under "other resources."

The form for a "Canadian passport indicating a name and gender other than those on your birth certificate" is also not available on the Passport Canada forms page. Passport applicants may also need other forms to complete their applications. All forms available online are listed here.

Note: Passport Canada should not require any additional forms to complete the passport application for individuals who have already received an amended provincial birth certificate. However, without an amended birth certificate, individuals may face substantial barriers to obtaining a correctly-amended Canadian passport.
 

 
 

ange sex information

Apply to change the sex marker on your driver’s licence or identification card.

To change the sex designation, please submit one of the following:

  1. An amended birth certificate, or
  2. An amended record of birth, or
  3. An affidavit and a letter from a regulated medical professional.

An individual is eligible to amend the sex on their operator's licence/identification (ID) card if they’re:

  • at least 18 years of age
  • less than 18 years of age, but are married or an adult interdependent partner
  • less than 18 years of age, and are providing both parents’ or their guardians’ consent 
  • less than 18 years of age, and there is a court order dispensing with the parents/guardians consent

You do not have to reapply at renewal time. For details on how to submit an application, please contact an Alberta 

 

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