Welcome

Association of Sign Language Interpreters of Alberta

ASLIA is a provincial association which represents its membership and advances the sign language interpreting profession by promoting the provision of high quality service through the endorsement of ethical practices, standards, and the continuing development of interpreting skills, underlying knowledge and professional growth.

What We Do
  • Deliver workshops to members
  • Provide resources about sign language interpreting
  • Support Deaf and hard of hearing individuals and organizations
  • Promote high quality standards for members


ASLIA is an affiliate chapter of Canadian Association of Sign Language Interpreters (CASLI), formerly known as Association of Visual Language Interpreters of Canada (AVLIC). At a national level, CASLI promotes networking among existing interpreter organizations and nurtures the development of the vibrant interpreting profession.

ASLIA is a proud member of the World Association of Sign Language Interpreters (WASLI).

  • ASL-English Interpreters
  • Deaf Interpreters

Send us an email if you are student in an Interpreter Education Program (IEP), recent grad, new-to-Alberta interpreter. We would love to welcome you to ASLIA. 

Our Members Are

Upcoming Events

See the Calendar section for details about these events.


Professional Development

October 14, 2021 6-8 pm MT - Deaf Children's ASL: How to Work With Children From Any Age in Any Context. To learn more or register, click here.


Board MeetingsIf you would like to attend any of these meetings, please email president@aslia.ca.

  • Thursday, October 28, 7-9 pm MT
  • Thursday, November 25, 7-9 pm MT

Our Logo

ASLIA is proud to recognize the design talent of Kayla Bradford. Kayla's design for ASLIA is representative of a community of individuals across Alberta with international affiliations. Retrospective to our previous logo, blue hues were incorporated giving the logo a sense of tradition.


Born and raised in Edmonton, Alberta, Kayla graduated from The Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT) in 2007 with a Certificate of Graphic Sign Arts. Since then she has put her talents to use as a freelance graphic designer. She is also actively involved with Edmonton Association of the Deaf (EAD), Alberta Deaf Sports Association (ADSA), and the Alberta Association of the Deaf (AAD).


Kayla can be contacted via email at kaylambrad@gmail.com for design requests.