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     Alberta Regulation 132/95

     Mines and Minerals Act

     PRESCRIBED AMOUNTS (NATURAL GAS ROYALTY)
     AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  June 19, 1995

Made by the Acting Deputy Minister of Energy (M.O. 24/95) pursuant to
section 6 of the Natural Gas Royalty Regulation, 1994 (Alta. Reg. 351/93).


1   The Prescribed Amounts (Natural Gas Royalty) Regulation (Alta. Reg.
36/95) is amended by this Regulation.


2   Section 4 is amended by adding the following after subsection 4:

     (5)  The following prices are prescribed for the April 1995
production month:

             Item        Price

     Gas Reference Price $  1.19 per gigajoule
     Gas Par Price  $  1.20 per gigajoule
     Pentanes Reference Price $165.54 per cubic metre
     Pentanes Par Price  $152.82 per cubic metre
     Propane Reference Price  $ 80.12 per cubic metre
     Butanes Reference Price  $ 94.24 per cubic metre


3   Section 5 is amended by adding the following after subsection 4:

     (5)   The following allowances per cubic metre are prescribed for the
April 1995 production month:

             Item   Price

     Fractionation Allowance  $8.50

     Transportation Allowance Region Region Region Region
               1    2    3    4


     (a)  pentanes plus described in s6(7)(b)(i) of the Natural Gas
Royalty Regulation, 1994 (Alta. Reg. 351/93)




     $4.55     $4.27     $8.84     $6.07


     (b)  propane and butanes described in s6(7)(b)(ii) of the Natural
Gas Royalty Regulation, 1994 (Alta. Reg. 351/93)







     $5.54     $7.47     $22.06    $ 4.70

     (c)  pentanes plus, propane and butanes described in s6(7)(b)(iii)
of the Natural Gas Royalty Regulation, 1994 (Alta. Reg. 351/93)






     $4.86     $9.16     $ 7.91    $12.65

     Storage Allowance for pentanes plus, propane and butanes



     $0.00




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     Alberta Regulation 133/95

     Municipal Government Act

     TRANSITIONAL AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  June 22, 1995

Made by the Minister of Municipal Affairs (M.O. L:317/95) pursuant to
section 617 of the Municipal Government Act.


1   The Transitional Regulation (Alta. Reg. 372/94) is amended by this
Regulation.


2   Section 17 is amended by adding the following after subsection (2):

     (2.1)  In the circumstances referred to in subsection (2), the
Minister may, by order, permit the municipality to become the owner of the
parcel before the expiration of the one-year period referred to in
subsection (2).

     Alberta Regulation 134/95

     Vital Statistics Act

     REGISTRATIONS, FEES AND FORMS REGULATION

     Filed:  June 23, 1995

Made by the Minister of Municipal Affairs (M.O. R125/95) pursuant to
section 49 of the Vital Statistics Act.


     Table of Contents

Definition     1
Prescribing of forms     2
Delayed registration of birth 3
Evidence of legitimization    4
Delayed registration of marriage   5
Delayed registration of death 6
Burial permits 7
Issuance of burial permits by hospital  8
Completion of form in hospital     9
Filing of returns by hospitals     10
Signing of registrations and notations  11
Fees 12
Repeal    13
Coming into force   14


Definition
1   In this Regulation, "Act" means the Vital Statistics Act.


Prescribing of forms
2(1)  Notices, statements, statutory declarations, applications and
certificates that are required by the Act to be in a prescribed form are to
be in a form prescribed by the Director.

(2)  The personal particulars of a deceased person required under section
14(2) of the Act are to be completed in the form prescribed by the
Director.

(3)  The Director may prescribe any other form for the purposes of the Act
and the regulations.


Delayed registration of birth
3(1)  The evidence that must accompany an application for the registration
of birth under section 4 of the Act is to consist of either

     (a)  one item of Class A evidence or, if the applicant is unable to
obtain Class A evidence, at least 2 items of Class B evidence, or

     (b)  any other evidence satisfactory to the Director.

(2)  For the purposes of subsection (1), Class A evidence of birth of a
person is a document made when the person was less than 4 years old that
sets out the date and place of birth of the person and the names of either
or both of the person's parents.

(3)  For the purposes of subsection (1), Class B evidence of birth of a
person is a document

     (a)  made after the person was 4 years old that contains information
as to the date or place of birth of the person or the names of either or
both parents, or

     (b)  made before the person was 4 years old but

               (i)  does not contain conclusive evidence as to the date
and place of birth of the person and the names of either or both of his
parents, and

               (ii) shows that the information contained in it was
recorded at least 5 years prior to the date of the application for
registration of the birth.


Evidence of legitimization
4   Subject to section 5(2) of the Act, the evidence as to legitimization
required for the purposes of section 5(1)(b) of the Act is

     (a)  a statutory declaration made by each parent, and

     (b)  a copy of the marriage certificate.


Delayed registration of marriage
5   The evidence that must accompany an application for the registration of
marriage under section 13 of the Act is

     (a)  a copy of the entry of the marriage in the marriage register
certified by the person in charge of the register or any other evidence of
the marriage satisfactory to the Director, and 

     (b)  a statutory declaration made by the person completing the
statement of the marriage.


Delayed registration of death
6   The evidence that must accompany an application for the registration of
death under section 17 of the Act is to consist of a medical certificate of
death or other evidence of the death satisfactory to the Director.


Burial permits
7   For the purposes of section 18(3) of the Act, 2 copies of the burial
permit are to be affixed to the outside of the casket or other container.


Issuance of burial permits by hospital
8   The person in charge of a hospital may only issue a burial permit on
receipt of the appropriate form or forms prescribed by the Director.


Completion of form in hospital
9(1)  When a birth occurs in a hospital, the person in charge must, before
the mother leaves the hospital, if possible, cause a statement relating to
the birth to be completed in accordance with section 3 of the Act.

(2)  If the statement is not completed prior to the mother's departure from
the hospital, the person in charge must send to the Director a report
accompanied by a physician's notice of birth.

(3)  The report referred to in subsection (2) must be sent within one week
of the birth.


Filing of returns by hospitals
10   The person in charge of a hospital must, at least once each week, file
a return with the Director showing the births and deaths at the hospital
and forward with the return any completed statements of birth.


Signing of registrations and notations
11   The Director or any other person authorized in writing by the Director
may sign registrations and notations.


Fees
12(1)  Following are the fees under the Act:
    
     (a)  for each Certificate of Birth, Marriage or Death

     $20

     (b)  for each certified copy or photographic print of a registration
or of an extract thereof


     $20

     (c)  for registration of birth, stillbirth, marriage or death
registered more than one year after the date of the event



     $20

     (d)  for correction or alteration of a registration of birth,
stillbirth, marriage or death


     $20

     (e)  for a search and a report, including 3 years search period, per
name


     $20

(2)  Notwithstanding subsection (1)(d), there is no fee for a change in
registration of a birth, stillbirth, marriage or death if the application
for the change is made within 90 days of the event.

(3)  The Director may in his discretion waive all or any part of a fee.


Repeal
13   The Registrations, Fees and Forms Regulation (Alta. Reg. 304/85) is
repealed.


Coming into force
14   This Regulation comes into force on July 1, 1995.



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     Alberta Regulation 135/95

     Dairy Board Act

     MINIMUM MILK PRICE ORDER

     Filed:  June 27, 1995

Made by the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board (Order E95073) pursuant to
section 12 of the Dairy Board Act.


1   All Class 1 milk shall be purchased on a hectolitre basis and where
that milk has a butterfat content of 3.60 kilograms per hectolitre the
minimum price for that Class 1 milk shall be $58.91 per hectolitre.


2   The Minimum Milk Price Order (Alta. Reg. 40/95) is repealed.


3   This Order comes into force July 15, 1995.



     Alberta Regulation 136/95

     School Act

     CHARTER SCHOOLS REGULATION

     Filed:  June 27, 1995

Made by the Minister of Education (M.O. 033/95) pursuant to section 24.6 of
the School Act.


     Table of Contents

Definitions    1
Public meeting 2
Application for establishment of a charter school 3
Contents of proposed charter  4
Board decision 5
Rejection of application 6
Initial term of charter  7
Renewal of charter  8
Amendment of charter     9
Number of charters  10
Student enrolment   11
Remuneration and expenses of charter board members     12
Transfer of charter school    13
Review by Minister  14
Repeal of charter   15
Termination of operation of charter school   16
Dissolution of charter school 17


Definitions
1   In this Regulation,

     (a)  "Act" means the School Act;

     (b)  "board" has the meaning given to it in the Act;

     (c)  "certificate" has the meaning given to it in the Certification
of Teachers Regulation (Alta. Reg. 261/90);

     (d)  "charter" means a charter approved under section 24.3 of the
Act and granted by a board under section 5 of this Regulation or by the
Minister under section 6 of this Regulation;

     (e)  "charter board" means the society, company or Provincial
corporation that is named in a charter as the operator of a charter school.


Public meeting
2(1)  A person or society that wishes to apply for the establishment of a
charter school must hold a meeting in the district or division in which the
proposed charter school is to be established.

(2)  Notice of the date, time and location of the meeting must be given

     (a)  by posting it in 5 or more conspicuous places to which the
public has normal and regular access in the district or division, and

     (b)  by publishing it, at the same time the notice is posted, in a
newspaper circulating in the district or division at least once a week for
2 weeks.

(3)  The persons who attend the meeting must be informed of the proposal to
establish a charter school and given an opportunity to indicate support for
the proposal by signing a petition that is available at the meeting.


Application for establishment of a charter school
3(1)  An application for the establishment of a charter school must include
the following:

     (a)  the name and address of the applicant;

     (b)  whether the applicant is an individual, a society incorporated
under the Societies Act, a company registered under Part 9 of the Companies
Act or a Provincial corporation as defined in the Financial Administration
Act;

     (c)  the proposed name of the school and the proposed location and
student capacity of the building to be used for the school;

     (d)  proof that local and provincial health, safety and building
standards and local zoning by-laws that relate to the building that is to
be used for the school have been met or will be met within a reasonable
time;

     (e)  the proposed date the school will begin operating and the
expected student enrolment;

     (f)  a copy of the information provided at the public meeting held
under section 2 in respect of the school;

     (g)  the petition circulated at the public meeting, signed by
persons indicating support for the school;

     (h)  a charter school budget report relating to the school, prepared
on the form prescribed for that purpose by the Minister;

     (i)  the proposed charter for the school;

     (j)  a list of the sections of the Act and the regulations under the
Act that the applicant wishes the school to be exempted from.

(2)  The application must be submitted to the board of the district or
division in which the charter school is to be established.

(3)  A copy of the application must be sent to the Minister.


Contents of proposed charter
4   In addition to the matters set out in section 24.4 of the Act, a
proposed charter must include the following:

     (a)  the name and location of the charter school;

     (b)  the names and certificate numbers of the persons who will be
teachers at the charter school;

     (c)  the philosophy and purpose of the charter school;

     (d)  a detailed educational plan outlining methods to be used to
promote increased student learning through

               (i)  the curriculum to be offered,

               (ii) the teaching strategies to be used, and

               (iii)     the methods in addition to provincial achievement
tests and diploma examinations by which students' learning is to be
assessed;

     (e)  a description of the students for whom the charter school is
intended and, subject to section 24.3 of the Act, the criteria for
selection to be used if applications by students for enrolment exceed the
maximum student capacity of the school;

     (f)  a governance structure for the charter school, including the
roles and responsibilities of the charter board, the school council, the
principal, the teachers and any other individual holding a position of
responsibility in connection with the school;

     (g)  any contractual arrangements to be made between the charter
board and

               (i)  the board of the district or division in which the
charter school is to be established,

               (ii) the Minister, or

               (iii)     any other person;

     (h)  a description of any gifts, grants, donations, student or
school services, benefits or any other assets the charter school may obtain
in addition to provincial grants and of the use or disposition of them;

     (i)  a description of student transportation that may be required
and of how it is to be provided;

     (j)  a description of the process by which the charter may be
amended;

     (k)  a description of the process by which the charter school may be
dissolved and wound up, including notice to the board, parents and other
interested persons or groups, transfer of students to another school and
the disposition of any real and personal property and financial, school and
student records;

     (l)  the initial term of the charter;

     (m)  the rules for discipline, attendance, suspension and expulsion,
including the process to be used for an appeal to the charter board from a
decision of a person employed or engaged by the charter board relating to
the charter school.


Board decision
5(1)  On receiving an application under section 3(2), the board must review
the application and may

     (a)  require additional information or changes to the application
before making a decision about it,

     (b)  accept the application and recommend that the Minister approve
the charter submitted with the application subject to any terms and
conditions the Minister considers appropriate, or

     (c)  reject the application, giving reasons.

(2)  The board must make a decision in respect of an application within 60
days after receiving it.

(3)  The board must inform the applicant and the Minister of its decision
forthwith.

(4)  If the decision of the board is to reject an application, the board
must inform the applicant and the Minister in writing of that decision.

(5)  If the board accepts the application and the Minister approves the
charter, the board must grant the charter.


Rejection of application
6(1)  If the board rejects an application, the applicant may submit the
application to the Minister.

(2)  An application submitted to the Minister must be identical in every
respect to the application that was submitted to and rejected by the board.

(3)  An application must be submitted under subsection (1) within 30 days
after the receipt by the applicant of written notice of the rejection.

(4)  On reviewing an application, the Minister may

     (a)  require additional information before making a decision about
the application,

     (b)  accept the application and approve the charter submitted with
the application subject to any terms and conditions the Minister considers
appropriate, or

     (c)  reject the application, giving reasons.

(5)  The Minister must make a decision in respect of an application within
30 days after receiving it.

(6)  The Minister must inform the applicant of his decision forthwith.

(7)  If the decision of the Minister is to reject an application, the
Minister must inform the applicant in writing of that decision.

(8)  If the Minister accepts the application and approves the charter, the
Minister must grant the charter.


Initial term of charter
7(1)  The initial term of a charter is not less than 3 years and not more
than 5 years.

(2)  A charter school must operate for the term set out in its charter,
unless before that term expires the charter is repealed under section 16 or
the operation of the charter school is terminated under section 17.


Renewal of  charter
8(1)  A charter board may apply for a renewal of the charter

     (a)  to the board, if a board granted the charter, or

     (b)  to the Minister, if the Minister granted the charter.

(2)  No renewal of a charter shall be granted unless there have been
prepared at least 2 evaluations of the charter school which are
satisfactory

     (a)  to the board, if a board granted the charter, or

     (b)  to the Minister, if the Minister granted the charter.

(3)  A charter may be renewed for a term of not less than 3 years and not
more than 5 years.


Amendment of charter
9   After a charter has been approved by the Minister, the charter board
may amend the charter

     (a)  in accordance with the process set out in the charter, and

     (b)  with the approval in writing of the Minister and, if a board
granted the charter, the board.


Number of charters
10   The Minister may approve not more than 15 charters.


Student enrolment
11   Before it begins to operate, a charter school must have at least 75
students enrolled in it or the number of students that, in the opinion of
the Minister, is required to ensure that the program offered by the school
is educationally and financially viable.


Remuneration and expenses of charter board members
12(1)  No member of a charter board shall receive any remuneration for
acting as a member of the board.

(2)  A charter board may reimburse its members for any expenses they incur
in the course of performing their duties as board members.


Transfer of charter school
13(1)  A charter board may transfer the operation of a charter school to a
society incorporated under the Societies Act, a company registered under
Part 9 of the Companies Act or a Provincial corporation as defined in the
Financial Administration Act.

(2)  Before the operation of a charter school is transferred, the person or
society to whom the operation is to be transferred must obtain the approval
in writing of the Minister and, if a board granted the charter, the board.


Review by Minister
14(1)  A member of a charter board who is alleged to be disqualified under
section 64 except subsections (1)(a) and (2) or section 65 of the Act from
remaining as a member of the charter board may ask the Minister to review
the matter to determine if the member is qualified to remain as a member of
the charter board.

(2)  If an individual has been refused enrolment in a charter school, the
individual or the individual's parent may ask the Minister to review the
matter to determine the individual's eligibility to be enrolled in the
charter school.

(3)  If a board recommends the repeal of a charter before the expiry of the
initial or any renewal term of the charter, the charter board may ask the
Minister to review that recommendation.

(4)  A request under subsection (1), (2) or (3) must be in writing.

(5)  On concluding a review of a matter under this section, the Minister
may, subject to the Act and this Regulation, make any decision he considers
appropriate.

(6)  A decision made under this section is final.


Repeal of charter
15(1)  A board may recommend that the Minister repeal a charter if, in the
opinion of the board, the terms and conditions of the charter are not being
met.

(2)  The Minister may repeal a charter

     (a)  if a board makes a recommendation under subsection (1), or

     (b)  if the Minister decides on a review under section 14(3) that
the charter should be repealed.

(3)  If a board recommends that the Minister repeal a charter, the charter
shall not be repealed unless

     (a)  the charter board has been informed of the board's intention to
recommend repeal of the charter, and

     (b)  the charter board has been given a reasonable period to satisfy
the board's concerns regarding the school and the charter board has been
unable to do so.


Termination of operation of charter school
16   Notwithstanding that the term of a charter has not expired, a charter
board may terminate the operation of the charter school at the end of a
school year, with the approval in writing of the Minister,

     (a)  by transferring the operation of the charter school to the
board that granted the charter, or

     (b)  by voting to terminate the operation of the charter school.


Dissolution of charter school
17   If a charter is repealed under section 15 or the operation of a
charter school is terminated under section 16, the charter school must be
dissolved and wound up in accordance with the process set out in the
charter.



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     Alberta Regulation 137/95

     Social Care Facilities Licensing Act

     DAY CARE AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  June 28, 1995

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 467/95) pursuant to
section 11 of the Social Care Facilities Licensing Act.


1   The Day Care Regulation (Alta. Reg. 333/90) is amended by this
Regulation.


2   Section 4 is repealed and the following is substituted:

Eligibility for licence
     4   A licence may be obtained or held only by 

               (a)  an individual who is an adult,

               (b)  a partnership, or

               (c)  a body corporate.


3   Section 5(1)(e) is repealed and the following is substituted:

     (e)  evidence of compliance with all applicable regulations  under
the Safety Codes Act, and


4   Section 30(1)(b) is amended by striking out "Provincially Administered
Institution Regulation" and substituting "Alberta Vocational Colleges
Regulation".


5   Section 33(2) is repealed.


6   This Regulation comes into force on July 1, 1995.


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     Alberta Regulation 138/95

     Social Development Act

     SOCIAL ALLOWANCE AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  June 28, 1995

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 468/95) pursuant to
section 30 of the Social Development Act.


1   The Social Allowance Regulation (Alta. Reg. 213/93) is amended by this
Regulation.


2   Section 7 is amended by adding the following after clause (w):

               (x)  money received under a program of
                    of the Government of Canada or
                    Alberta for home repairs or
                    renovations    100% exempt

               (y)  a payment made to a former
                    spouse pursuant to an order
                    under the Divorce Act (Canada)
                    for the support of a "child
                    of the marriage", within the
                    meaning of that term in the
                    Divorce Act (Canada), who is
                    18 years of age or older 100% exempt



     Alberta Regulation 139/95

     Employment Standards Code

     RECIPROCATING PROVINCES AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  June 28, 1995

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 469/95) pursuant to
section 112 of the Employment Standards Code.


1   The Reciprocating Provinces Regulation (Alta. Reg. 277/83) is amended
by this Regulation.


2   The following is added after section 5:


     6(1)  The Province of Nova Scotia is hereby declared to be a
reciprocating province for the purpose of the enforcement of orders,
certificates or judgments for the payment of wages, overtime pay or
entitlements made under an enactment of the Province of Nova Scotia.

     (2)  The Director of Labour Standards for the Province of Nova Scotia
is hereby designated as the authority for that province who may make
applications or certificates for the purposes of the Employment Standards
Code.


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     Alberta Regulation 140/95

     Government Organization Act

     BOILERS DELEGATED ADMINISTRATION AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  June 28, 1995

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 470/95) pursuant to
Schedule 10, section 2 of the Government Organization Act.


1   The Boilers Delegated Administration Regulation (Alta. Reg. 54/95) is
amended by this Regulation.


2   Section 3(3) is amended by striking out "this section" and substituting
"section 2".



     Alberta Regulation 141/95

     Safety Codes Act

     ADMINISTRATIVE ITEMS AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  June 28, 1995

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 471/95) pursuant to
section 61 of the Safety Codes Act.


1   The Administrative Items Regulation (Alta. Reg. 83/94) is amended by
this Regulation.


2   Section 4 is amended

     (a)  in subsection (1),

               (i)  in clause (a) by striking out "June 30, 1995" and
substituting "December 31, 1995";

               (ii) in clause (b) by striking out "August 31, 1995" and
substituting "December 31, 1995";

     (b)  by adding the following after subsection (2):

          (3)  On the coming into force of this subsection, for the
purposes of section 68 of the Act a person who held a designation or an
appointment as a local assistant under the Fire Prevention Act on the date
that Act was repealed is deemed to be appointed as a safety codes officer
until December 31, 1995.



     Alberta Regulation 142/95

     Workers' Compensation Act

     WORKERS' COMPENSATION AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  June 28, 1995

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 472/95) pursuant to
section 147 of the Workers' Compensation Act.


1   The Workers' Compensation Regulation (Alta. Reg. 427/81) is amended by
this Regulation.


2   Schedule A is amended

     (a)  by striking out

               Authorities, Boards, Commissions or Foundations, other
than the Alberta Liquor Control Board and the Workers' Compensation Board;

          and substituting

               Authorities, Boards, Commissions or Foundations, other
than the Alberta Liquor Control Board, the Workers' Compensation Board and
regional health authorities and subsidiary health corporations under the
Regional Health Authorities Act;

     (b)  by striking out

               medical and dental services, provision of;

          and substituting

               medical and dental services, provision of, except when
those services are provided by a regional health authority or a subsidiary
health corporation under the Regional Health Authorities Act;




     Alberta Regulation 143/95

     Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act

     ADMINISTRATIVE PENALTY REGULATION

     Filed:  June 28, 1995

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 477/95) pursuant to
section 225 of the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act.


     Table of Contents

Definitions    1
Notice of administrative penalty   2
Penalty assessment  3
Payment of penalty  4
Coming into force   5

Schedules


Definitions
1   In this Regulation,

     (a)  "Act" means the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act;

     (b)  "Director" means a person designated by Ministerial Order as
Director for the purposes of this Regulation.


Notice of administrative penalty
2(1)  The provisions set out in the Schedule are the provisions in respect
of which a notice of administrative penalty may be given under section 223
of the Act.

(2)  A notice of administrative penalty must be in a form acceptable to the
Minister and must contain the following information:

     (a)  the name of the person required to pay the administrative
penalty;

     (b)  particulars of the contravention;

     (c)  the amount of the administrative penalty and the time by which
it must be paid;

     (d)  a statement of the right to appeal to the Environmental Appeal
Board given under section 84(1)(k) of the Act.

(3)  A notice of administrative penalty may not be issued more than 2 years
after the later of

     (a)  the date on which the contravention to which the notice relates
occurred, or

     (b)  the date on which evidence of the contravention first came to
the notice of the Director.


Penalty assessment
3(1)  Subject to subsections (2) and (3), the amount of an administrative
penalty shall be the base penalty calculated by the Director in accordance
with the following Table:


     Variation From Regulatory Requirement



Potential For Adverse Effect

 Major
 Moderate
   Minor



Major
 $5000
 $3500
 $2500



Moderate
 3500
 2500
 1500



Minor
 2500
 1500
 1000



(2)  In a particular case the Director may increase or decrease the amount
of the administrative penalty from the base penalty after considering the
following factors:

     (a)  importance of compliance with the regulatory scheme;

     (b)  the degree of wilfulness or negligence in the contravention;

     (c)  whether or not there was any mitigation of the consequences of
the contravention;

     (d)  whether or not the person who receives the notice of
administrative penalty has a history of non-compliance;

     (e)  whether or not the person who receives the notice of
administrative penalty has derived any economic benefit from the
contravention;

     (f)  any other factors that, in the opinion of the Director, are
relevant.

(3)  The maximum administrative penalty that may be charged in respect of a
contravention is $5000 for each day or part of a day on which the
contravention occurs or continues.


Payment of penalty
4   A person who is served with a notice of administrative penalty shall
pay the amount of the penalty within 30 days of the date of service of the
notice.


Coming into force
5   This Regulation comes into force on ____________.


     SCHEDULE

     Provisions in Respect of Which an
     Administrative Penalty is Payable

1   Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act

     -  sections 59, 64(1), 72(1), 73, 76, 97(2), 98(2), 99(1), (2), 100,
101, 122, 134, 141, 142, 148, 150, 156(1), (3), 162, 163, 166, 169, 170(1),
(2), 171, 172, 173, 179(1), 182, 199, 213(b), (c), (e), (g), (i), 237.

2   Air Emissions Regulation (Alta. Reg. 124/93)

     -  sections 5, 7, 9(5), (6), 11(4), (5), 12, 13(1), (3), 14, 16(2).

3   Beverage Container Recycling Regulation (Alta. Reg. 128/93)

     -  sections 3, 4(1), (2), 5(1), (3), (4), 6, 7(1), (5), 8(1), 9(1),
(2), 10(1), (3), 12(1), (3), 13, 14, 15, 16, 17.

4   Industrial Plants Regulation (Alta. Reg. 121/93)

     -  sections 2(1), 3(2).

5   Ozone-Depleting Substances Regulation (Alta. Reg. 125/93)

     -  sections 2(1), 3(1), 4, 5, 6(2).

6   Pesticide Sales, Handling, Use and Application Regulation (Alta. Reg.
126/93)

     -  sections 5(1), 6(1), (4), 7, 8, 9, 10(1), 14(2), 15, 16, 17(1),
19, 20(1), 21(1), (2), (4), (6), 22(1), 24(1), (2)(a), (3)(a), 25, 26(1),
(2), (3), 27, 28(1), (2), 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34.

7   Pesticide (Ministerial) Regulation (Alta. Reg. 127/93)

     -  sections 13, 14, 19(1), 20, 21, 22(2).

8   Potable Water Regulation (Alta. Reg. 122/93)

     -  sections 2, 3, 4(1), (3), 5, 6(1), (3), 7, 8, 9, 11(1), (3), 13,
14, 15, 16, 18(2), 19 (except subsections (2) and (8)).

9   Tire Recycling and Management Regulation (Alta. Reg. 249/92)

     -  sections 7(1), 9(3), 10, 11(1), (3), 14(2), (3), 15.

10   Waste Control Regulation (Alta. Reg. 129/93)

     -  sections 12(2), (3), 13(1), (2), 13.1(3), (4), (5), (6), 14(1),
(3), (4), 15, 16(1), (2), 17, 19, 20, 21(a), 22, 33(2).

11   Wastewater and Storm Drainage Regulation (Alta. Reg. 119/93)

     -  sections 3, 4, 5(1), (3), 6, 7(1), 8(1), 9(1).

12   Wastewater and Storm Drainage (Ministerial) Regulation (Alta. Reg.
120/93)

     -  sections 2, 4(2), 5(1), (3), (4), (6).

13   Water Well Regulation (Alta. Reg. 123/93)

     -  sections 3(1), 5(3), 7, 8(2), (3), (4), 10, 11, 13(1), (2), (4),
14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24(2), 25, 26, 27(1), 28, 29, 30,
31, 32(1), 33(1), 34, 36(1), (2), (2.1), 37(1), 38.





     Alberta Regulation 144/95

     Forests Act

     FOREST RECREATION AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  June 28, 1995

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 479/95) pursuant to
section 46 of the Forests Act.


1   The Forest Recreation Regulation (Alta. Reg. 343/79) is amended by this
Regulation.


2   Schedule E is amended in the Lac La Biche Forest portion by repealing
the following:

     Wolf Lake Forest Recreation Area

     In Township 65, Range 7, West of the 4th Meridian:

          All those portions of legal subdivisions 9, 10, 11 and the
southwest quarter of legal subdivision 14 of Section 34 which lie generally
to the south of Wolf Lake.


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     Alberta Regulation 145/95

     Provincial Parks Act

     PROVINCIAL RECREATION AREAS AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  June 28, 1995

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 480/95) pursuant to
section 7 of the Provincial Parks Act.


1   The Provincial Recreation Areas Re145/95gulation (Alta. Reg. 213/92) is
amended by this Regulation.


2   The following is added after Schedule 93.1:

     SCHEDULE 93.2

     WOLF LAKE PROVINCIAL RECREATION AREA

     In Township 65, Range 7, West of the 4th Meridian:

          All those portions of legal subdivisions 9, 10, 11 and the
southwest quarter of legal subdivision 14 of Section 34 which lie generally
to the south of Wolf Lake.


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     Alberta Regulation 146/95

     Seniors Benefit Act

     GENERAL AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  June 28, 1995

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 483/95) pursuant to
section 6 of the Seniors Benefit Act.


1   The General Regulation (Alta. Reg. 213/94) is amended by this
Regulation.


2   Section 8.1(1) is amended

     (a)  in clause (a) by striking out "$22 616" and substituting "$22
859";

     (b)  in clause (b) by striking out "$32 340"  and substituting "$32
759";

     (c)  in clause (c) by striking out "$35 332" and substituting "$35
818".


3   Section 1 of the Schedule is amended

     (a)  in clause (a) by striking out "$18 000" and substituting "$18
061";

     (b)  in clause (b) by striking out "$24 280"  and substituting "$24
341";

     (c)  in clause (c) by striking out "$27 000" and substituting "$27
122".


     Alberta Regulation 147/95

     Alberta Health Care Insurance Act

     ALBERTA HEALTH CARE INSURANCE AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  June 28, 1995

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 484/95) pursuant to
section 6 of the Alberta Health Care Insurance Act.


1   The Alberta Health Care Insurance Regulation (Alta. Reg. 216/81) is
amended by this Regulation.


2   Section 1 is amended

     (a)  in subsection (1)(i) by striking out "Claims for Benefits
Regulation (Alta. Reg. 204/81)" and substituting "Extended Health Services
Benefits Regulation";

     (b)  by repealing subsection (1)(j.1) and (k);

     (c)  in subsection (1.1) by striking out "Dental Benefits
Regulation" and substituting "Oral and Facial Surgery Benefits Regulation";

     (d)  by repealing subsection (5).


3   Section 19(a) is repealed and the following is substituted:

     (a)  restricted to those goods and services provided inside or
outside Alberta by a dental surgeon, a dental mechanic, an optometrist or
an optician that are listed in the Extended Health Services Benefits
Regulation, or


4   Section 20 is amended

     (a)  in subsection (2) by striking out "Except as provided in
subsection (3), entitlement" and substituting "Entitlement";

     (b)  by repealing subsection (3).


5   Section 20.1 is amended

     (a)  in subsection (2) by striking out "Except as provided in
subsection (3), entitlement" and substituting "Entitlement";

     (b)  by repealing subsection (3).


6   Section 21 is amended by repealing clauses (j) and (l) and substituting
the following respectively:

     (j)  services provided by a practitioner to his children, siblings,
parents and spouse, except where the Minister rules otherwise;

     (l)  except as provided in the Schedule of Medical Benefits under
the Medical Benefits Regulation, drugs, plaster, surgical appliances or
special bandages.


7   Section 25 is amended by striking out "the Department of Hospitals and
Medical Care Act" and substituting "section 7 of the Government
Organization Act".


8   Section 26(2)(a) is amended by striking out "Dental Benefits
Regulation" and substituting "Oral and Facial Surgery Benefits Regulation".


9   Section 26.1(2)(a) is amended by striking out "Dental Benefits
Regulation" and substituting "Oral and Facial Surgery Benefits Regulation".


10   Section 28.1 is amended

     (a)  in the part preceding clause (a) by striking out "out of the
Fund" and substituting "under the Plan";

     (b)  in clause (a) by striking out "Hospitals and Medical Care" and
substituting "Health";

     (c)  in clause (b) by striking out "Hospitals and Medical Care" and
substituting "Health";

     (d)  in clause (b) by striking out "Social Services and Community
Health" wherever it occurs and substituting "Family and Social Services".


11   Section 28.2 is amended

     (a)  by repealing subsection (2) and substituting the following:

          (2)  The Minister is authorized to establish by order or enter
into an agreement with a person for the establishment of a program to
benefit one or more physicians or categories of physicians who are entitled
to receive payment of benefits under the Plan.

     (b)  in subsection (4) by striking out "out of the Fund" and
substituting "under the Plan".


12   Section 31 is amended

     (a)  in subsection (1)(a)

               (i)  by striking out ", physical therapy services or
podiatric goods and" and substituting "or podiatric";

               (ii) by striking out ", the Physical Therapy Benefits
Regulation";

     (b)  in subsection (1)(c) by striking out "Claims for Benefits
Regulation" and substituting "Extended Health Services Benefits
Regulation";

     (c)  in subsection (2) by striking out ", physical therapy services
or podiatric goods and" and substituting "or podiatric".


13   This Regulation comes into force on July 1, 1995.



     Alberta Regulation 148/95

     Local Authorities Election Act

     MODIFIED VOTING PROCEDURE AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  June 28, 1995

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 485/95) pursuant to
section 161 of the Local Authorities Election Act.


1   The Modified Voting Procedure Regulation (Alta. Reg. 123/87) is amended
by this Regulation. 

2   Sections 2 and 3 are repealed and the following is substituted: 

     2   Notwithstanding section 80(1)(a) and (2) of the Local Authorities
Election Act, if an elected authority has passed a by-law in accordance
with section 161(2) of the Local Authorities Election Act to define lodge
accommodation as a home, including a self-contained housing unit, for the
use of persons of advanced years who are not suffering from any chronic
disease that incapacitates them and may or may not be capable of or
desirous of maintaining their own housing accommodation, the returning
officer may appoint the number of deputies he considers necessary to take
the votes of those persons on the day the advance vote is held and on
election day.


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     Alberta Regulation 149/95

     Transportation of Dangerous Goods Control Act

     TRANSPORTATION OF DANGEROUS GOODS
     CONTROL AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  June 28, 1995

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 489/95) pursuant to
section 16 of the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Control Act.


1   The Transportation of Dangerous Goods Control Regulation (Alta. Reg.
383/85) is amended by this Regulation.


2   Section 1(b) is amended by striking out "Act (Canada)" and substituting
"Act, 1992 (Canada), as amended from time to time".


3   Section 2 is amended by adding "for the purposes of the Act" after
"goods".


4   Section 3 is repealed and the following is substituted:

Adoption of Federal Regulations
     3(1)  Subject to sections 4, 5 and 6, the Federal Regulations are
adopted as regulations under the Act with full force.

     (2)  The Regulations Act does not apply to the Federal Regulations,
so far as they are adopted by subsection (1).


5   Section 4 is repealed and the following is substituted:

Addition of section to Federal Regulations
     4   The Federal Regulations are deemed to include the following,
inserted after section 7.32.1:

          7.32.1.5   With respect to large containers to which the Safety
Codes Act or the regulations under that Act apply, that Act or those
regulations or both, as the case may be, apply and section 7.32.1 does not.

Dis-application of section 7.33.1 to old containers
     5   Section 7.33.1 of the Federal Regulations is deemed to include
the following after subsection (6):

          (7)  This section does not apply to old large containers within
the meaning of section 7.33.1.5(1).

Addition of further section to Federal Regulations
     6   The Federal Regulations are deemed to include the following,
inserted after section 7.33.1:

          7.33.1.5(1)  In this section, "old large container" means a
large container, other than a rigid polyethylene intermediate bulk
container, that was built before July 1, 1995.

          (2)  No person shall handle or offer for transport dangerous
goods in an old large container unless

               (a)  the old large container is designed, constructed,
maintained, fitted and closed so that under normal conditions of transport
there will be no discharge, emission or escape of the dangerous goods from
it that could constitute a danger to life, health, property or the
environment,

               (b)  the old large container meets

                         (i)  the visual inspection criteria of
clauses 8.1 and 8.2 of CSA Preliminary Standard B620-1987, and

                         (ii) the hydrostatic or pneumatic test
criteria of clause 8.3 of that Standard, with the exception that the tank
pressures must meet those set out in the following Table rather than those
required by that clause 8.3:

    
Tank Type
Pressure, kPa(p.s.i.)


vacuum tanks or tanks with circular cross-sections
1.5 x the design pressure or 155 kPa (22.5 p.s.i.)


all other old large containers
21 kPa (3 p.s.i.)



               (c)  the old large container has a metal plate
permanently attached that contains, with respect to the first inspection
and test referred to in clause (b) performed on the container,

                         (i)  the date or dates when they were
performed,

                         (ii) the words "Non-spec Tank" if the
container does not meet that Standard,

                         (iii)     the name of the facility conducting the
inspection and test, and

                         (iv) the date of the manufacture of the
container,

               and

               (d)  visual inspections and hydrostatic and pneumatic
tests performed after those first ones referred to in clause (c) are marked
in accordance with clause 8.6 of that Standard.

          (3)  If the date of manufacture referred to in subsection
(2)(c)(iv) is unknown, it is to be deemed to be January 1, 1980.

6(1)  Section 5, so far as it adds a new section 6 to the Regulation being
amended and so far as that section 6 deems a new section 7.33.1.5(2)(b),
(c) and (d) and (3) to be included in the Federal Regulations, comes into
force on July 1, 1996.

(2)  Subject to subsection (1), this Regulation comes into force on July 1,
1995.



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     Alberta Regulation 150/95

     Alberta Health Care Insurance Act

     PHYSICAL THERAPY BENEFITS REPEAL REGULATION

     Filed:  June 29, 1995

Made by the Minister of Health (M.O. 201/95) pursuant to section 7 of the
Alberta Health Care Insurance Act.


1   The Physical Therapy Benefits Regulation (Alta. Reg. 440/91) is
repealed.


2   This Regulation comes into force on July 1, 1995.


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     Alberta Regulation 151/95

     Alberta Corporate Tax Act

     ROYALTY TAX CREDIT REFERENCE PRICE REGULATION

     Filed:  June 29, 1995

Made by the Minister of Energy (M.O. 25/95) pursuant to section 5.2(3) of
the Alberta Corporate Tax Regulation (Alta. Reg. 105/81).


Purpose
1   This Regulation is made for the purposes of section 5.2 of the Alberta
Corporate Tax Regulation (Alta. Reg. 105/81).


Definition
2   In this Regulation, "period" with respect to a year means any of the
following:

     (a)  the period beginning on January 1 and ending on March 31;

     (b)  the period beginning on April 1 and ending on June 30;

     (c)  the period beginning on July 1 and ending on September 30;

     (d)  the period beginning on October 1 and ending on December 31.


Price to September 30, 1995
3   The royalty tax credit reference price for the period ending September
30, 1995 is $125.51.



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     Alberta Regulation 152/95

     Alberta Health Care Insurance Act

     PODIATRIC BENEFITS REGULATION

     Filed:  June 30, 1995

Made by the Minister of Health (M.O. 204/95) pursuant to section 7 of the
Alberta Health Care Insurance Act.


     Table of Contents

Definition     1
Classes of services 2
Rates of benefits   3
Maximum benefit     4
Repeal    5
Coming into force   6

List of Podiatric Services


Definition
1   In this Regulation, "benefit period" means a period of 12 consecutive
months beginning on July 1 of each year.


Classes of services
2   Benefits are payable for the podiatric services set out in the list of
services attached to this Regulation.


Rates of benefits
3   The rates of benefits payable for podiatric services and descriptions
of those services are set out in the Schedule of Podiatric Benefits
prepared and published by the Department of Health and approved by the
Minister.


Maximum benefit
4   Benefits payable for each resident for podiatric services are limited
to a maximum of $250 in each benefit period.


Repeal
5   The Podiatric Benefits Regulation (Alta. Reg. 135/93) is repealed.


Coming into force
6   This Regulation comes into force on July 1, 1995.



     LIST OF PODIATRIC SERVICES

     (a)  diagnostic interview and evaluation or consultation;

     (b)  musculoskeletal manipulation;

     (c)  application of cast;

     (d)  application of pressure dressing;

     (e)  application of wound dressing;

     (f)  injection or infusion of other therapeutic or prophylactic
substance;

     (g)  peripheral nerve repair distal to ankle;

     (h)  release of tarsal tunnel;

     (i)  peripheral nerve reconstruction utilizing microsurgical
technique;

     (j)  secondary peripheral repair using microsurgical technique;

     (k)  local block of somatic nerve;

     (l)  biopsy of peripheral nerve or ganglion;

     (m)  sequestrectomy, tarsal, metatarsal and phalanx;

     (n)  incision and drainage subperiosteal abscess;

     (o)  division of bone, specified sites;

     (p)  excision of bunion;

     (q)  local excision of lesion or tissue of bone, tarsal, metatarsal,
phalanx and unspecified sites;

     (r)  bone graft tarsal, metatarsal and phalanges;

     (s)  bone graft, unspecified site in association with open reduction
of fracture;

     (t)  removal of plate, screw, nail;

     (u)  reduction of fracture and dislocation;

     (v)  arthrotomy;

     (w)  arthroscopy;

     (x)  arthrodesis of foot and ankle;

     (y)  arthroplasty of foot, toe, knee and ankle;

     (z)  arthrocentesis;

     (aa) incision of muscle, tendon, fascia and bursa;

     (bb) division of muscle, tendon and fascia;

     (cc) operation of muscles, tendons, fascia and bursa;

     (dd) invasive diagnostic procedures on muscle, tendon, fascia and
bursa;

     (ee) amputation of lower limb;

     (ff) incision of skin and subcutaneous tissue;

     (gg) incision with removal of foreign body of skin and subcutaneous
tissue;

     (hh) excision of skin and subcutaneous tissue;

     (ii) suture of skin and subcutaneous tissue;

     (jj) free skin graft;

     (kk) flap or pedicle graft;

     (ll) correction of syndactyly

     (mm) removal of nail, nailbed or nailfold;

     (nn) diagnostic radiology lower extremity.




     Alberta Regulation 153/95

     Mines and Minerals Act

     ALBERTA AVERAGE MARKET PRICE REGULATION

     Filed:  June 30, 1995

Made by the Minister of Energy (M.O. 23/95) pursuant to section 1(2) of
Schedule 1 of the Natural Gas Royalty (Pre-1994) Regulation (Alta. Reg.
246/90).


1   The Alberta average market price is prescribed as follows for the
following production months:

          Month     Price  

     (a)  January, 1994  $73.12 per 1000m3

     (b)  February, 1994 $77.29 per 1000m3

     (c)  March, 1994    $78.43 per 1000m3

     (d)  April, 1994    $68.96 per 1000m3

     (e)  May, 1994 $68.20 per 1000m3

     (f)  June, 1994     $62.89 per 1000m3

     (g)  July, 1994     $65.55 per 1000m3

     (h)  August, 1994   $62.89 per 1000m3

     (i)  September, 1994     $56.83 per 1000m3

     (j)  October, 1994  $51.15 per 1000m3

     (k)  November, 1994 $57.97 per 1000m3

     (l)  December, 1994 $59.10 per 1000m3

     (m)  January, 1995  $52.66 per 1000m3

     (n)  February, 1995 $47.36 per 1000m3