Albertans had less encounter with Alberta Park Services this Heritage Day long weekend compared to the previous year. 

During the 2018 Heritage Day long weekend, Alberta Parks Services wrote 105 written warnings, 248 prosecutions and 21 other written enforcement actions. 

In total enforcement officers in 2018 made contact with 22,456 people over the weekend.

In 2017 Parks Services wrote 127 written warnings, 294 violation tickets and interacted with 22,599 people.

Overall, the numbers of enforcement actions are down from 2017 to 2018.

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