About APOS and Alberta's Outfitting Industry
The Alberta Professional Outfitters Society (APOS) is a not for profit, Delegated Administrative Organization (DAO), an arms-length, self-funded, legal entity established for the purpose of delivering services traditionally handled by government, that administers the outfitted-hunting industry in Alberta. APOS was founded in 1997.
There are over 450 member Outfitter-Guides and 1500 Guides registered through APOS that provide big game, waterfowl and upland bird game hunts to several thousand clients each year.
Alberta’s outfitting industry is an active participant in the province’s conservation community and contributes considerable funding to aerial surveying, conservation projects and research initiatives through our Wildlife Management Fund in addition to the significant contributions of time, money and services donated by individual outfitters.
Meet Our 2015 Board
The Board of Directors consists of nine members, of which eight are Outfitter-Guide Permit holders (members) elected annually at the APOS Convention and General Meeting. One Board Member is appointed by the Minister of Environment and Sustainable Resource Development.More
Our Staff is Here to Help You
Working together to support the outfitted-hunting industry from the APOS Head office located in Edmonton is this staff of knowledgeable individuals. They are committed to providing quality service to the APOS membership and the Board of Directors to coordinate and fulfill the goals and objectives of the organization.More