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Welcome to ASPSH

We are proud to promote optimal sexual and reproductive health and well-being.

Who is ASPSH?

The Alberta Society for the Promotion of Sexual Health (ASPSH) provides education and training opportunities for sexual health professionals, teachers, nurses, students, parents, and other individuals.

Founded in 1993, ASPSH has online workshops, a postgraduate sexual health certificate program, sexual attitude reassessments (SARs), and host a biennial Western Canadian conference on sexual health.


2022/2023 workshop calendar

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ASPSH Statement regarding the Overturning of Roe v. Wade

The U.S. Supreme Court has overturned 50 years of federally protected right to abortion. Canada will, no doubt, feel the ripple effects of this and already anti-choice organizations are lobbying for an abortion law in Canada. ASPSH strongly supports Action Canada’s position that abortion must remain decriminalized and continue to be treated as a medical procedure governed within the Canada Health Act. Creating a law in Canada may open the doors to further restrictions. To ensure people have support to access abortions across Canada please click here to donate to Action Canada's Norma Scarborough fund.

To read Action Canada's statement please click here. 

Covid 19

Looking for sexual and reproductive health services during COVID-19?

Sexual and Reproductive Clinics and Services in Alberta

Alberta Primary Care Networks


Find Sexual Health Services in Canada near you


Some services may be impacted by COVID-19. Please call ahead, before you visit. Please also do not visit if you are unwell.

Call the service for guidance.


Sexual health resources and information for professionals

ASPSH Workshops and events

CATIE Covid-19 Resources

International Planned Parenthood Federation Covid-19 Impact sexual and reproductive health

National Abortion Federation (NAF) Statement on abortion access during Covid-19

SOGC COVID-19 Resources

World Health Organization (WHO) Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and Sexual and Reproductive Health

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