Yes. Bankruptcy cannot be applied selectively. When claiming bankruptcy in Alberta, Nunavut, or Northwest Territories, you are required to list all debts, regardless of the source, even those owing to friends and relatives. Part of the legal process requires that you swear under oath that the information you provide is true and complete. If you intentionally fail to disclose debts, you will be liable for the dividend otherwise payable to that creditor.

If one feels a compulsion to pay back a friend or relative, or any other creditor, there are no restrictions on doing so after you have obtained your discharge. At that time, it is no longer a debt and any payment would be gratuitous.