If you are considering in equipping your vehicle with street legal auxiliary lighting then these regulations will be helpful in order to comply with all regulations. Have a look at the Vehicle Equipment Regulations in Alberta.
Auxiliary driving lamps or fog lamps 42(1) In this section,
(a) “auxiliary driving lamp” means a SAE Standard J581 type Y lamp;
(b) “fog lamp” means a SAE Standard J583 type F lamp.
(2) If a motor vehicle has auxiliary driving lamps or fog lamps, they must be mounted on the front of the motor vehicle and the centres of the auxiliary driving lamps or fog lamps must be lower than the centres of the headlamps.
(3) Two auxiliary driving lamps may be mounted, one on each side of the vertical centre line.
(4) Two fog lamps may be mounted, one on each side of the vertical centre line.
(5) Auxiliary driving lamps on a motor vehicle must be used only at the same time the high beams on the headlamps are used.
(6) Fog lamps on a motor vehicle must be used only at the same time the low beams on the headlamps are used.
(7), fog lamps may be used without headlamps if the weather and road conditions make the use of headlamps disadvantageous.
(8) A person shall not drive or operate or own a motor vehicle that has a total of more than 2 auxiliary driving lamps and 2 fog lamps.
(9) A person shall not drive a motor vehicle with both auxiliary driving lamps and fog lamps lit at the same time.
(10) An auxiliary driving lamp or fog lamp on an unloaded motor vehicle must be adjusted and aimed so that none of the high-intensity portion of the light to the left of centre of the vehicle projects, at a distance of 8 metres ahead, higher than 100 millimetres below the centre of the lamp from which the light is projected.
(11) Fog lamps on a motor vehicle may only emit amber or white light.