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Animal Health Act

The Animal Health Act enables the province to respond to animal diseases affecting animal health, public health, and food safety. The Act and its regulations are designed to control the spread of disease through inspections and surveillance, treatments, biosecurity measures, and control zones. The roles and duties of the Chief Provincial Veterinarian (CPV) of Alberta and inspectors are outlined. The Act requires an owner of an animal or authorized person to advise the CPV of suspected or confirmed reportable and notifiable diseases within 24 hours.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: A-40.2 2007
    Status: Office Consolidation
    Ministry Responsible: Agriculture and Forestry
    Current to 1/1/2017
    Item/ISBN#: 9780779795208
    Pages 53
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Following are the associated Regulations for the Animal Health Act ...

Animal Health (General) Regulation

The Animal Health Regulation, under the Animal Health Act, lists the authorized persons for the purposes of the Act. Offence and penalties for contravening or failing to comply with the Reportable and Notifiable Diseases Regulation are described. The Regulation contains the notice of appeal form for purposes related to the Act.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 130/2014
    Status: Current
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Authorized Medicine Sales Regulation

The Authorized Medicine Sales Regulation, under the Animal Health Act, describes the wholesale and retail licensing system process, the record keeping requirements, and operational procedures for the sale of authorized medicines. A description of authorized medicines and a specific list of authorized medicines are described in the regulation. The Regulation contains three forms (license application, qualification certificate, and notice of appeal) for purposes related to the Act. Fees, offences, and penalties are described in the Regulation.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 131/2014
    Status: Current
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Disposal of Dead Animals Regulation

The Disposal of Dead Animals Regulation, under the Animal Health Act, describes the duty of owners to dispose of a dead animal within a specified time period in a prescribed manner and allowable location. Wildlife or controlled animals that fall under the Wildlife Act are exempt unless the animals are held in captivity under Wildlife Act permits or taken to a meat processing facility. Offences related to, and penalties for, contravention of the Regulation are described.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 132/2014
    Status: Current
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Livestock Market Regulation

The Livestock Market Regulation, under the Animal Health Act, describes the licensing system, construction standards, and required operational procedures for livestock markets. The powers of the Chief Provincial Veterinarian and inspectors related to disease control at livestock markets are described. The Regulation contains the appeal form for purposes related to the Act. Offences related to, and penalties for, contravention of the Regulation are described.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 133/2014
    Status: Current
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Premises Identification Regulation

The Premises Identification Regulation, under the Animal Health Act, describes the premises identification system and the requirements for registration for animal owners and comingling site owners. Offences related to contravention of the Regulation are described.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 200/2008
    Status: Office Consolidation
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Reportable and Notifiable Diseases Regulation

The Reportable and Notifiable Diseases Regulation, under the Animal Health Act, lists specific diseases that are classified as reportable or notifiable, and the requirement and process for reporting these diseases. Reportable diseases are those that pose significant threats to animal health, public health, and food safety that require a response to control or eradicate. Notifiable diseases are those that are monitored for changes or unusual trends.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 129/2014
    Status: Current
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Swine Traceability Regulation

The Swine Traceability Regulation, under the Animal Health Act, describes the swine movement reporting requirements and operational procedures for swine identification and reporting. Offences related to contravention of the Regulation are described.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 134/2014
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Traceability Cattle Identification Regulation

The Traceability Cattle Identification Regulation, under the Animal Health Act, describes identification, age verification, and movement reporting requirements for cattle. Offences related to contravention of the Regulation are described.
 
    Chapter/Regulation: 333/2009
    Status: Office Consolidation
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