Interactive Maps

The following maps show the current disposition of mineral rights in Alberta for different mineral commodities.

Please note: To use the interactive maps, all Pop-Up Blockers on your computer must be turned off.

Maps in PDF (Adobe Acrobat) format are also available.

Base Map Data provided by the Government of Alberta under the Alberta Open Government Licence. 

 Metallic and Industrial Minerals

Interactive Metallic and Industrial Minerals Map 
An interactive map of the province of Alberta showing the current metallic and industrial minerals dispositions.

  • Effective May 1, 2006 lands returned to the land bank will not be available for acquisition for 30 days.
  • For more information see the information bulletin IB-2006-01.

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 Sales Results Map

Sales Results Map
An interactive map of the province of Alberta displaying the most recent petroleum and natural gas and oil sands sale results. The map also provides information about existing petroleum and natural gas and oil sands agreements.

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 Petroleum and Natural Gas and Oil Sands Map

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An interactive map of the province of Alberta providing information about Petroleum and Natural Gas and Oil Sands agreements as well as parcels available for bidding in upcoming sales.

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 Ammonite Shell

Interactive Ammonite Shell Map
An interactive map of the province of Alberta showing the current ammonite shell dispositions.

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Coal

Interactive Coal Map
An interactive map of the province of Alberta showing the current coal dispositions.

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Other Government of Alberta resources

GeoDiscover Albertaexternal link icon (GDA) is a gateway to web-based Alberta geospatial information and information services. It allows the Government of Alberta, industry stakeholders and the public to make sound decisions by:

  • Improving the consistency, quality, availability of shared geospatial information
  • Providing access and integration of spatial data from the authoritative sources
  • Promoting standards which enable information sharing across platforms

Alberta Energy Regulator map viewers

Alberta Open Data

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions about PDF maps are also available.

How to Read a Township Map

How do I print the map?
How do I save (download) the map without opening a map from the web page?
When are the maps updated?
Does a new map mean there has been a change in dispositions?
When viewing the Interactive Map, I see a park boundary and a more extensive restricted area around the park boundary. What should I base my application on?
Are the restrictions and freehold mineral rights for one type of mineral the same for other minerals?
Can I download data or shape files from the Interactive Map system?
Will the Interactive Map System time out if I just leave it up on the screen?
Why do I get an error message when I try to open or use an interactive map?
What is the difference between the Interactive Map and the PDF version of the map?