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     Alberta Regulation 222/95

     Marketing of Agricultural Products Act

     EGG PRODUCTION AND MARKETING
     AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  September 5, 1995

Made by the Alberta Egg Producers Board pursuant to section 27 of the
Marketing of   Agricultural Products Act.


1   The Egg Production and Marketing Regulation (Alta. Reg. 28/93) is
amended by this Regulation.


2   Section 1(b) is repealed.



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     Alberta Regulation 223/95

     Electric Utilities Act

     ENTITLEMENT SHARES REGULATION

     Filed:  September 6, 1995

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 587/95)  pursuant to
section 35 of the Electric Utilities Act.


1   For the purposes of section 35(2)(a) of the Electric Utilities Act, the
percentage share that each owner of an entitled electric distribution
system and the Transmission Administrator are entitled to receive for each
hour in 1996 and in each subsequent year to and including 1999 is set out
in the Schedule.


2   For the purposes of section 35(2)(b) of the Electric Utilities Act, the
year to be set is 1999.






























































     

     Alberta Regulation 224/95

     Electric Utilities Act

     RESERVATION PAYMENTS SHARES REGULATION

     Filed:  September 6, 1995

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 588/95) pursuant to
section 37 of the Electric Utilities Act.


1   For the purposes of section 37(2)(a) of the Electric Utilities Act, the
percentage share that each owner of an entitled electric distribution
system and the Transmission Administrator are obliged to pay in 1996 and in
each subsequent year to and including 1999 is set out in the Schedule.

2   For the purposes of section 37(2)(b) of the Electric Utilities Act, the
year to be set is 1999.


SCHEDULE

    

1996
1997
1998
1999


Alberta Power Limited
18.4846%
18.8994%
19.3141%
19.7289%


the City of Calgary
16.6697%
16.4617%
16.2537%
16.0456%


the City of Edmonton
15.5179%
15.2905%
15.0632%
14.8358%


the City of Lethbridge
1.4593%
1.4412%
1.4230%
1.4049%


the City of Red Deer
1.2772%
1.2572%
1.2372%
1.2172%


TransAlta Utilities Corporation
41.8753%
41.9749%
42.0744%
42.1740%


Transmission Administrator
4.7160%
4.6751%
4.6344%
4.5936%




     

     Alberta Regulation 225/95

     Electric Utilities Act

     SASKATCHEWAN INTERCONNECTION FACILITIES REGULATION

     Filed:  September 6, 1995

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 589/95) pursuant to
section 71 of the Electric Utilities Act.


     Table of Contents

Definitions    1
SaskPower Tie costs 2
Date 3
Exclusive use of SaskPower Tie     4
Calculation of return on capital   5
Allowance for Funds Used During Construction 6
Adjustment to Plant Held for Future Use account   7
Previous Board decisions 8


Definitions
1   In this Regulation,

     (a)  "Act" means the Electric Utilities Act;

     (b)  "AFUDC" or "Allowance for Funds Used During Construction" means
the amount included in the PHFFU account that is attributed to capital
carrying costs;

     (c)  "APL" means Alberta Power Limited;

     (d)  "PHFFU account" or "Plant Held for Future Use account" means
the account held by APL for costs relating to the SaskPower Tie;

     (e)  "SaskPower Tie" means the transmission facility permitted and
licensed by Energy Resources Conservation Board Decision D78-14 and owned
by APL.


SaskPower Tie costs
2    The date after which and the manner in which costs associated with the
SaskPower Tie, including costs in the PHFFU account, shall be reflected in
the rates set out in the tariff prepared by APL pursuant to section 29(1)
of the Act and included in the costs paid by the Transmission Administrator
pursuant to section 26(a) of the Act, if the Board considers them prudent,
are set out in this Regulation.


Date
3    The date after which costs associated with the SaskPower Tie,
including costs in the PHFFU account, shall be reflected is December 31,
1997.


Exclusive use of SaskPower Tie

4    After December 31, 1997, the Transmission Administrator shall have
exclusive use of the SaskPower Tie to provide system access service to
eligible persons on the interconnected electric system.


Calculation of return on capital
5    APL's return on capital for 1998 shall be calculated as though the
costs of the SaskPower Tie are to be included  on July 1, 1998, with the
return for the first 6 months of 1998 being added to the PHFFU account.


Allowance for Funds Used During Construction
6    For the period from December 31, 1995 to June 30, 1998, an AFUDC
amount at a rate approved by the Board shall be applied to costs in the
PHFFU account.


Adjustment to Plant Held for Future Use account

7   For the period from December 31, 1995 to December 31, 1997, an
adjustment shall be made to the PHFFU account by an amount equal to 50% of
the difference between

     (a)  the total benefit derived by APL through its exclusive use of
the SaskPower Tie, and

     (b)  the variable operating cost associated with the operation of
the SaskPower Tie, excluding property taxes.


Previous Board decisions
8    All decisions of the Board made prior to the coming into force of this
Regulation concerning the treatment of costs associated with the SaskPower
Tie are preserved, unless the Board orders otherwise.



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     Alberta Regulation 226/95

     Electric Utilities Act

     UNIT OBLIGATION AMOUNTS REGULATION

     Filed:  September 6, 1995

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 590/95) pursuant to
section 32 of the Electric Utilities Act.


1   For the purposes of section 32(1) of the Electric Utilities Act, the
unit obligation amount for each hour in 1996 is determined

     (a)  for a regulated generating unit set out in Table 1 of the
Schedule, by multiplying the Maximum Hourly Thermal Unit Obligation Amount
set out in that Table for that unit by the Hourly Thermal Unit Obligation
Factors set out in Table 2 of the Schedule, and

     (b)  for a regulated generating unit set out in Table 3 of the
Schedule, by multiplying the Maximum Hourly Hydro Unit Obligation Amount
set out in that Table for that unit by the Hourly Hydro Unit Obligation
Factors set out in Table 4 of the Schedule.

     SCHEDULE

     Table 1:

Maximum Hourly Thermal Unit Obligation Amount


Unit
(MW)


Battle River 1
23.5


Battle River 2
23.5


Battle River 3
128.3



Battle River 4
128.3


Battle River 5
319.3


Clover Bar 1
144.0


Clover Bar 2
145.5


Clover Bar 3
145.5


Clover Bar 4
145.5


Genesee 1
348.3


Genesee 2
359.4


Milner, H.R.
117.0


Keephills 1
364.0


Keephills 2
364.0


Rainbow Lake 1
21.4


Rainbow Lake 2
33.0


Rainbow Lake 3
14.3


Rossdale 10
63.9


Rossdale 8
60.3


Rossdale 9
63.9


Sundance 1
246.8


Sundance 2
246.8


Sundance 3
312.9


Sundance 4
312.9


Sundance 5
312.9


Sundance 6
322.6


Sheerness 1
342.9


Sheerness 2
342.9


Sturgeon 1
7.9


Sturgeon 2
6.6


Wabamun 1
55.5


Wabamun 2
55.5


Wabamun 3
122.7


Wabamun 4
231.4










     

     Alberta Regulation 227/95

     Social Development Act

     SOCIAL ALLOWANCE AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  September 6, 1995

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 593/95) 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 21 is repealed and the following is substituted:

Damage deposit 
     21   The Director may provide an allowance to an applicant or
recipient to cover the actual amount of any required damage deposit, up to
a maximum amount equal to the monthly shelter allowance paid, in the
following circumstances:

               (a)  where the applicant or recipient leaves a person
referred to in section 1(f)(i) because of that person's abuse of the
applicant or recipient or of a dependent child referred to in section
1(f)(ii) and obtains rental accommodation;

               (b)  where the applicant or recipient

                         (i)  is 55 years of age or older, and

                         (ii) leaves a person with whom the applicant
or recipient has been living and to whom the applicant or recipient is
related by blood, adoption or marriage, because of that person's abuse of
the applicant or recipient,

                    and obtains rental accommodation.


     

     Alberta Regulation 228/95

     Chartered Accountants Act

     GENERAL AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  September 6, 1995

Approved by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 594/95) pursuant to
section 103 of the Chartered Accountants Act.


1   The General Regulation (Alta. Reg. 160/88) is amended by this
Regulation.


2   The following is added after section 12:

Restrictions on practice
     12.1(1)  The Council may establish educational and experience
requirements that must be met by a chartered accountant or a professional
corporation

               (a)  engaging in the practice of public accounting, or

               (b)  engaging in exclusive accounting practice for
entities that are required to file financial statements or financial
information with a securities regulatory authority. 

     (2)  If an accounting office is registered as a practising office and
any chartered accountant in that office has not met the requirements
established by the Council pursuant to subsection (1), the Registration
Committee may restrict the entitlement of the chartered accountant or the
accountant's professional corporation, if any, to engage in the practice of
public accounting, generally or in a specified field of practice.










          Alberta Regulation 229/95

     Health Disciplines Act

     EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIANS AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  September 6, 1995

Approved by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 595/95) pursuant to
section 27 of the Health Disciplines Act.


1   The Emergency Medical Technicians Regulation (Alta. Reg. 48/93) is
amended by this Regulation.


2   Section 1 is amended

     (a)  by adding the following after clause (g):

               (g.1)     "employer" means

                         (i)  an operator as defined in the Ambulance
Services Act, or

                         (ii) any person who engages a registered
member to provide services;

     (b)  in clause (j) by striking out "operator" and substituting
"employer";

     (c)  by repealing clause (k).


3   Section 9 is amended

     (a)  by repealing clause (c) and substituting the following:

               (c)  use airway management techniques, including
oropharyngeal airways, oral suction devices and oxygen-supplemented mask
devices to assist ventilation;

     (b)  by adding the following after clause (h):

               (i)  automated and semi-automated defibrillation.


4   Section 12 is amended

     (a)  in subsection (1) by repealing clause (g);

     (b)  in subsection (2) by adding the following after clause (j):
               (k)  monitor and maintain blood and blood product
transfusions.

5   This Regulation comes into force on October 1, 1994.


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     Alberta Regulation 230/95

     Social Work Profession Act

     SOCIAL WORK PROFESSION REGULATION

     Filed:  September 6, 1995

Approved by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 598/95) pursuant to
section 61 of the Social Work Profession Act.


     Table of Contents

Definitions    1
Registration procedures  2
Committee of inquiry     3
Authority of committee of inquiry  4
Recommendation of committee of inquiry  5
Decision of Council 6
Procedures relating to preliminary investigations 7
Procedures relating to disciplinary hearings 8
Procedures relating to appeals     9
Confidentiality     10
Costs     11
Publication of notices of suspension or cancellation   12
Reprimands     13


Definitions
1   In this Regulation,

     (a)  "Act" means the Social Work Profession Act;

     (b)  "social work" means the professional activity of enhancing or
restoring the social functioning of individuals, families, groups and
communities and creating conditions favourable to those goals by

               (i)  improving developmental, problem-solving and coping
capacities of people and systems,

               (ii) promoting effective and humane systems that provide
resources, opportunities and services to people,

               (iii)     linking people to the systems described in
subclause (ii), and

               (iv) contributing to the development and improvement of
social policy.

Registration procedures
2(1)  An individual may apply to the Registrar to be registered as a
registered social worker.

(2)  An application for registration must be on the form set by the
Council.

(3)  The application must establish that the applicant

     (a)  is of good character and reputation,

     (b)  has not been convicted of an indictable offence under the
Criminal Code (Canada) or, having been convicted, has satisfied the
Registrar that the applicant has been successfully rehabilitated, and

     (c)  if registered as a social worker in a jurisdiction outside
Alberta, is registered in good standing and is not currently the subject of
any disciplinary action in that jurisdiction.

(4)  The register of registered social workers must contain the following
information:

     (a)  the date an individual is registered as a registered social
worker;

     (b)  the name of the degree or diploma in social work from an
approved social work program held by the individual or the name of any
other accreditation considered equivalent by the Universities Co-ordinating
Council;

     (c)  any other information the Council determines should be entered
on the register.


Committee of inquiry
3(1)  A person whose certificate of registration or annual certificate, or
both, have been suspended or cancelled under the Act for any reason other
than non-payment of fees, penalties, costs, dues or levies may apply to the
Council for an order reinstating the registration.

(2)  A person must not apply under subsection (1) more often than once
every calendar year.

(3)  The Council may appoint a committee of inquiry from among the
registered social workers nominated by the Registrar to consider an
application under subsection (1) and make recommendations to the Council.

(4)  Any person who conducted the preliminary investigation or was a member
of the Discipline Committee or the Council involved in the suspension or
cancellation of the certificate of registration or annual certificate is
not eligible to be a member of the committee of inquiry.

(5)  A person appointed under subsection (3) must consent to sit on the
committee and must declare that that person had no conflict of interest
relating to the application prior to being appointed.

(6)  Before the committee of inquiry considers an application for
reinstatement, the Registrar must publish in a manner approved by the
Council, to all registered social workers and to any other person who in
the Registrar's opinion may be affected by the reinstatement, the name of
the person who has applied for reinstatement.


Authority of committee of inquiry
4(1)  The committee of inquiry must determine if the conditions for
reinstatement specified by the Discipline Committee, the Council or the
Court of Appeal have been met.

(2)  The applicant for reinstatement must provide to the committee of
inquiry any evidence requested by the committee to demonstrate compliance
with those conditions.

(3)  The committee of inquiry may seek evidence from any person who in the
committee's opinion has any information relating to the application for
reinstatement.


Recommenda-tion of committee of inquiry
5(1)  The committee of inquiry must prepare a written report setting out

     (a)  its recommendation as to whether the applicant's registration
should be reinstated, and

     (b)  the reasons for its recommendation,

and must submit the report to the Registrar.

(2)  The Registrar must provide copies of the committee's report to the
Council and the applicant within 10 days of receiving it.


Decision of Council
6(1)  On receipt of a report under section 5(2), the Council must give the
applicant at least 30 days' notice of the date when it will review the
report.

(2)  The applicant may make representations to the Council concerning the
recommendations of the committee of inquiry.

(3)  The Council may reinstate the certificate of registration or annual
certificate, or both, of the applicant subject to any terms and conditions
it considers appropriate.

(4)  On completing its review, the Council must provide its decision and
the reasons, in writing, to the Registrar.

(5)  The Registrar must notify the applicant of the Council's decision and
the reasons for the decision within 14 days of receiving it.

(6)  If the Council reinstates the certificate of registration or annual
certificate, or both, it must

     (a)  publish, in a manner and form approved by it, the name of the
person reinstated and the date of the reinstatement, and

     (b)  notify the employer of the reinstated person of

               (i)  the reinstatement, and

               (ii) the date of reinstatement.


Procedures relating to preliminary investigations
7(1)  The Registrar must notify the investigated person and the
complainant, if any,

     (a)  of their respective rights and obligations when the Registrar
commences or appoints a person to commence a preliminary investigation
under section 29 of the Act, and

     (b)  of the preliminary investigation process.

(2)  A person conducting a preliminary investigation must prepare a report
under section 30(4) of the Act within 30 days of completing the
investigation.

(3)  A person who conducts a preliminary investigation must not disclose
any information that comes to the knowledge of that person in the course of
the preliminary investigation, except

     (a)  in the course of a hearing of the matter before the Discipline
Committee or the Council, or

     (b)  in the report prepared under section 30(4) of the Act.

(4)  A person who conducts a preliminary investigation and later becomes a
member of the Discipline Committee or the Council may not sit as a member
of the Discipline Committee or Council at any proceedings resulting from
that preliminary investigation.


Procedures relating to disciplinary hearings
8(1)  A matter that is referred to the Discipline Committee under section
31(b) of the Act and a notice of appeal to the Discipline Committee under
section 33(1) of the Act must be delivered to the registered office of the
Association.

(2)  If a hearing of the Discipline Committee is adjourned, written notice
of the adjourned hearing is not required to be given if the time and place
of the adjourned hearing is announced at the time of the adjournment.

(3)  A hearing must not be commenced unless a quorum of the members of the
Discipline Committee is present.

(4)  A matter considered at a hearing must be decided by a majority of
votes cast on the matter.

(5)  In the case of a tied vote, the chair has the deciding vote.

(6)  The chair, or in the chair's absence the vice-chair, of the Discipline
Committee must act as the chair at a hearing of the Discipline Committee.

(7)  In the absence of both the chair and vice-chair, the members of the
Discipline Committee present at the commencement of the hearing must elect
a person to act as the chair.

(8)  Subject to section 10, the decision of the Discipline Committee and
the reasons for the decision must be made available to any person on
request when the appeal periods under the Act have expired.


Procedures relating to appeals
9(1)  A notice of appeal to the Council under section 51(3) of the Act must
be delivered to the registered office of the Association.

(2)  An appeal must not be commenced unless a quorum of the members of the
Council is present.

(3)  The president, or in the president's absence the vice-president, of
the Council must act as the chair at the hearing of an appeal before the
Council.

(4)  In the absence of both the president and vice-president, the members
of the Council present at the commencement of the appeal must elect a
person to act as the chair.

(5)  Subject to section 10, the decision of the Council and the reasons for
the decision must be made available to any person on request when the
appeal period under the Act has expired.


Confidentiality
10   If a hearing is held in private under section 35(3) or 53(6) of the
Act, the matters that are intended to be kept confidential at the hearing
must not be made available with the decision under section 8(8) or 9(5) of
this Regulation or published under section 12 or 13 of this Regulation.


Costs
11(1)  An order made by the Discipline Committee under section 45(1) of the
Act or by the Council under section 53(8) of the Act may include any or all
of the following:

     (a)  the expenses of the person who conducted the preliminary
investigation and the members of the Discipline Committee or the Council
including, but not restricted to, transportation, accommodation, living
expenses, food allowances or honoraria;

     (b)  payment to a person acting as an expert witness at a hearing or
at an appeal;

     (c)  the cost of any transcripts of proceedings;

     (d)  the cost of renting rooms or recording equipment or hiring a
reporter to record the proceedings;

     (e)  the fee payable to the solicitor advising

               (i)  the Registrar,

               (ii) the person who conducted the preliminary
investigation,

               (iii)     the Discipline Committee, or

               (iv) the Council

          in relation to the preliminary investigation, disciplinary
hearing or appeal, on a solicitor and client basis;

     (f)  the fee payable to the solicitor acting as a prosecutor at any
hearing, on a solicitor and client basis;

     (g)  the cost of serving notices or documents;

     (h)  the expenses of any person participating as a witness at the
preliminary investigation, disciplinary hearing or appeal including, but
not restricted to, transportation, accommodation, living expenses, food
allowances, witness fees, honoraria or any other payment to the person;

     (i)  any other cost or expense incurred by the Association that is
incidental or attributable directly or indirectly to the preliminary
investigation, disciplinary hearing or appeal.

(2)  The Association must not, except for substantial mitigating
circumstances, levy on the investigated person any expenses if

     (a)  a complaint is determined to be without substance, or

     (b)  a decision exonerates the investigated person.


Publication of notices of suspension or cancellation
12   If the certificate of registration or annual certificate, or both, of
an investigated person are cancelled or suspended and the appeal periods
under the Act have expired, the Council must publish, subject to section
10, the following information in the manner considered appropriate by it:

     (a)  the name of the investigated person;

     (b)  a description of the conduct of the investigated person that
led to the investigation being held;

     (c)  the findings and the order of the Discipline Committee, the
Council or the Court of Appeal relating to the investigated person.


Reprimands
13(1)  A reprimand ordered by the Discipline Committee or Council must be
given in the form of a letter.

(2)  A reprimand must be delivered to the registered social worker within
30 days of the date of the decision to reprimand the registered social
worker.

(3)  If a registered social worker is reprimanded and the appeal periods
under the Act have expired, the Council may publish, subject to section 10,
the following information in any manner it considers appropriate:

     (a)  the name of the investigated person;

     (b)  a description of the conduct of the investigated person that
led to the investigation being held;

     (c)  the nature of the reprimand and any other finding or order of
the Discipline Committee or Council.

(4)  The Registrar must enter a memorandum of the reprimand in the
appropriate register indicating the following:

     (a)  the date of the reprimand;

     (b)  a description of the conduct of the investigated person that
led to the investigation being held;

     (c)  the nature of the reprimand and any other finding or order of
the Discipline Committee or Council.



     

     Alberta Regulation 231/95

     Veterinary Profession Act

     GENERAL AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  September 6, 1995

Approved by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 599/95) pursuant to
section 13 of the Veterinary Profession Act.


1   The General Regulation (Alta. Reg. 44/86) is amended by this
Regulation.


2   Section 1 is repealed and the following is substituted:

     1   In this Regulation,

               (a)  "Act" means the Veterinary Profession Act;

               (b)  "in person communication" means communication
between people who are located in the same room or area and does not
include communication through a telephone or other electronic means;

               (c)  "short-term registered veterinarian" means a
veterinarian who is registered under section 6.1;

               (d)  "temporary registered veterinarian" means a
veterinarian who is registered under section 6.


3   Section 3 is amended by repealing subsection (1) and substituting the
following:

     3(1)  The Registration Committee may approve the registration of an
applicant who wishes to practise on an annual basis if the applicant
provides the Registration Committee with evidence satisfactory to the
Committee that the applicant has the academic qualifications to practise
veterinary medicine.


4   Section 4 is amended by adding "under section 3" after "for
registration".


5   Section 5 is repealed and the following is substituted:


     5   An applicant for registration under section 3 who held on
February 20, 1986 the degree of Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the
University of Toronto, the University of Guelph, the University of
Saskatchewan or the University of Montreal has, for the purposes of section
3, the academic qualifications to practise veterinary medicine.

6   The following is added after section 5:

     5.1   A veterinarian shall not be approved for registration as a
specialist in a category of veterinary medicine unless the veterinarian is
an unrestricted veterinarian and the veterinarian provides the Registration
Committee with

               (a)  a certificate of specialization in that category of
veterinary medicine and the certificate is recognized by the National
Examining Board of the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association, or

               (b)  evidence satisfactory to the Registration Committee
of

                         (i)  post-graduate training in that category
of veterinary medicine at an institution satisfactory to the Committee,

                         (ii) 5 years of experience in that category
of veterinary medicine, and

                         (iii)     successful completion of an examination
that the National Examining Board of the Canadian Veterinary Medical
Association considers to be equivalent to an examination set by a college
or other body recognized by the Council on Education of the American
Veterinary Medical Association for that category of veterinary medicine.

     5.2   The following classes or categories of registration are
designated as restricted:

               (a)  temporary registered veterinarian;

               (b)  short-term registered veterinarian.


7   Section 6(1) is amended

     (a)  in the words preceding clause (a) by striking out
"Notwithstanding section 3, the" and substituting "The";

     (b)  by striking out "or" at the end of clause (a) and substituting
"and";

     (c)  by repealing clause (b) and substituting the following:

               (b)  has

                         (i)  been issued a Certificate of
Qualification to practise veterinary medicine by the National Examining
Board of the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association, or

                         (ii) successfully completed the parts A and
B examinations of the National Examining Board of the Canadian Veterinary
Medical Association and has been accepted by the National Examining Board
as a candidate to sit the part C examination for a Certificate of
Qualification to practise veterinary medicine.


8   Section 6(2) is amended

     (a)  by repealing clause (b) and substituting the following:

               (b)  shall only practise veterinary medicine under the
supervision of an unrestricted veterinarian,

     (b)  in clause (c) by striking out "1 year" and substituting "18
months".


9   Section 6(5) is amended by striking out "by a registered veterinarian"
and substituting "by an unrestricted veterinarian".


10   Section 6(6) is amended by striking out "a registered veterinarian
who" and substituting "an unrestricted veterinarian who".


11   Section 6(8) is amended by striking out "section 17" and substituting
"section 18".


12   The following is added after section 6:

     6.1(1)  The Registration Committee may approve the registration of an
applicant for a short term period if the applicant has a certificate of
specialization that is recognized by the National Examining Board of the
Canadian Veterinary Medical Association.

     (2)  An individual who is registered pursuant to subsection (1) shall

               (a)  be categorized as a short-term registered
veterinarian,

               (b)  only practise the category of veterinary medicine
specified by the Registration Committee,

               (c)  practise in conjunction with an unrestricted
veterinarian,

               (d)  ensure that sufficient liability and malpractice
insurance is in place,

               (e)  practise for a period of not more than 7 days, and

               (f)  pay such fees as are determined by the by-laws for
a short-term veterinarian.

     (3)  The unrestricted veterinarian referred to in subsection (2)(c)

               (a)  shall ensure that the facilities used by the
short-term registered veterinarian meet the standards for facilities
established under section 56, and

               (b)  is responsible for providing medical and surgical
backup and follow-up support in respect of veterinary medicine provided by
the short-term registered veterinarian.

     (4)  A short-term registered veterinarian is not entitled to receive
notice of, attend at or vote at any general meeting or special general
meeting of the members of the Association.


13   Section 7(3) and (5) are amended by striking out "a registered
veterinarian" and substituting "an unrestricted veterinarian".


14   Section 8 is amended

     (a)  in subsection (1) by striking out "Animal Health Technologists"
and substituting "technologists";

     (b)  by repealing subsections (2) and (3) and substituting the
following:

     (2)  The Registrar shall register an applicant as a technologist if

               (a)  the applicant is an active member in good standing
of the Alberta Association of Animal Health Technologists, and

               (b)  the applicant

                         (i)  is a graduate of a program in animal
health technology accredited by the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association
or a program considered to be equivalent by the Alberta Association of
Animal Health Technologists and the Council, or

                         (ii) has passed an examination in animal
health technology approved by the Alberta Association of Animal Health
Technologists and the Council.

     (3)  A person registered under this section is a technologist for the
purposes of section 2(2) of the Act.

     (4)  Notwithstanding subsection (2), a person who has been removed
from the register under section 8.1 may be reinstated in the register only
if the person meets the conditions for reinstatement set by the Registrar.


15   The following is added after section 8:

     8.1(1)  The Registrar may remove a person from the register of
technologists if the Registrar is satisfied that the person

               (a)  is not an active member in good standing of the
Alberta Association of Animal Health Technologists,

               (b)  has practised veterinary medicine without any
supervision or has practised veterinary medicine under the direction or
control of someone other than a registered veterinarian,

               (c)  has not followed the instructions of the registered
veterinarian who is directing or controlling the technologist,

               (d)  has practised aspects of veterinary medicine that a
technologist is not authorized to practise under this Regulation,

               (e)  has contravened this Regulation, or

               (f)  is not competent to practise one or more of the
aspects of veterinary medicine that a technologist is authorized to
practise.

     (2)  If the Registrar removes a person from the register under
subsection (1), the Registrar may establish conditions that the person must
meet to be reinstated in the register.


16   Sections 9 and 10 are repealed and the following is substituted:

     9(1)  In this section, "client" means a person who has a veterinarian
- client relationship as described in section 21.2 with a registered
veterinarian.

     (2)  A technologist may practise all aspects of veterinary medicine
other than

               (a)  making a diagnosis;

               (b)  determining a course of treatment;

               (c)  applying surgical techniques.

     (3)  Notwithstanding subsection (2)(b), a technologist may provide
advice on a course of treatment to a client of the registered veterinarian
who directs or controls the technologist if

               (a)  the advice is in respect of a diagnosis made or on
conditions assessed by the client, and

               (b)  the advice is based on protocols provided by the
registered veterinarian.

     (4)  Notwithstanding subsection (2), a technologist may evaluate life
signs of an animal and initiate the necessary therapy if

               (a)  the life of the animal or unborn fetus in the
animal is in immediate danger, and

               (b)  the technologist has, after making a reasonable
attempt, been unable to contact a registered veterinarian.

     (5)  A technologist acting under subsection (4) shall, as soon as
possible, notify the registered veterinarian who directs or controls the
technologist of the evaluation and therapy initiated and the registered
veterinarian, upon being notified, shall immediately assume the clinical
management of the case.

     10(1)  A technologist shall not practise veterinary medicine unless
the technologist has in person communication with the registered
veterinarian who directs or controls the technologist at least once during
each day that the technologist practises.

     (2)  The Council may establish, for the purposes of subsection (1),
an interval between each in person communication that is less frequent than
once during each day that the technologist practises if

               (a)  the council has received a request to establish a
less frequent interval in respect of a technologist operating in a practice
area and the Council is satisfied that there is substantial public support
for the request in the practice area,

               (b)  the Council is satisfied that local authorities or
others have made reasonable attempts to have a registered veterinarian move
to the practice area for the purpose of practising veterinary medicine and
that these attempts have failed,

               (c)  the Council is satisfied that the location of the
nearest practising registered veterinarian to the practice area precludes
adequate emergency care in the practice area by the veterinarian, and

               (d)  other criteria established by the Council are met.

     (3)  An interval established under subsection (2) ceases to have
effect on the date specified by Council.

     (4)  An interval established under subsection (2) is subject to the
condition that reasonable attempts to have a registered veterinarian move
to the practice area for the purpose of practising veterinary medicine will
continue and the Council may cancel the interval established under
subsection (2) if satisfied that no reasonable attempts by local
authorities or others are being made.


17   Section 11 is amended

     (a)  in subsection (1)(b) by striking out "a registered" and
substituting "an unrestricted";

     (b)  in subsection (2) by striking out "registered" and substituting
"unrestricted".


18   Section 16 is repealed.


19   Sections 28 to 40 are repealed and the following is substituted:

     28(1)  The Council may establish rules governing advertising by
registered veterinarians and permit holders.

     (2)  A rule made under subsection (1) does not come into force unless
it has been approved by a majority of the registered veterinarians voting
in a vote conducted in accordance with the by-laws.

     (3)  Every registered veterinarian and permit holder shall comply
with the rules that have been approved under subsection (2).


20   The following is added after section 47:

     47.1   A registered veterinarian who directs or controls a
technologist in the practice of veterinary medicine shall

               (a)  provide adequate instruction and supervision of the
technologist,

               (b)  have in person communication with the technologist

                         (i)  at least once during each day the
technologist practises, or

                         (ii) no less frequently than the interval
established under section 10(2),

               and

               (c)  ensure that the technologist is competent to carry
out the aspects of veterinary medicine that the registered veterinarian
asks the technologist to perform.


21   The following is added after section 50:

     PART 3.1

     CONTINUING EDUCATION

     50.1(1)  The Practice Review Board is responsible for making
recommendations to the Council about standards of continuing education for
registered veterinarians and specialists and any other matter related to
continuing education that is referred to it by Council.

     (2)  The Council may, after considering the recommendations of the
Practice Review Board or on its own initiative, establish a continuing
education program for registered veterinarians and specialists.

     (3)  The program may include minimum standards of continuing
education for registered veterinarians and specialists.

     (4)  The program and any amendment of it does not come into force
unless it has been approved by a majority of the registered veterinarians
voting in a vote conducted in accordance with the by-laws.

     (5)  Every registered veterinarian and specialist shall comply with
the applicable minimum standards of continuing education approved under
subsection (4).


22   Section 51 is amended by adding the following after clause (d):

     (e)  private diagnostic laboratory.


     

     Alberta Regulation 232/95

     Public Sector Pension Plans Act

     LOCAL AUTHORITIES PENSION PLAN AMENDMENT REGULATION, 1995

     Filed:  September 6, 1995

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 605/95) pursuant to
section 4 Schedule 1 of the Public Sector Pension Plans Act.


1   The Local Authorities Pension Plan (Alta. Reg. 366/93) is amended by
this Regulation.


2   Section 2(1)(p)(i) is amended by striking out "and established by or
under an Act of the Legislature".


3   Section 2(1)(w.2) is amended

     (a)  by adding the following after subclause (v):

               (v.1)     regional services commissions, intermunicipal
service agencies, municipal planning commissions and intermunicipal
planning commissions referred to in sections 625 and 626 respectively of
the Municipal Government Act,

     (b)  by adding "and" at the end of subclause (viii) and by repealing
subclauses (x) and (xi).


4   The following is added after section 39:

Enhanced early retirement pension - where retirement allowance paid
     39.1(1)  Where

               (a)  a person is entitled to receive a pension under
section 39 or a pension under section 69(d) in an amount that is equal to a
pension under section 39,

               (b)  a retiring allowance within the meaning of section
248(1) of the Income Tax Act (Canada) is paid with respect to the
termination,

               (c)  there is paid or transferred into the Plan such
amount of that retiring allowance (but no other money) as is equal to the
amount needed to provide full funding of the pension enhancement referred
to in, and decided in accordance with, subsection (2), and

               (d)  the employer has certified in writing to the
Minister that the payment under clause (c) constitutes a valid retiring
allowance that is eligible for tax deferral under the Income Tax Act
(Canada),
     the person is entitled to receive, instead of the pension or other
benefit under section 39, a pension in the form and in the amount of a
normal pension, reduced, however, in amount by

     per cent, where

          x =  1, if the whole difference referred to in subsection (2)
is to be funded or, if only a proportion of that difference is to be
funded, that proportion, decimalized, and

          y  = each complete month (with proration) referred to in
section 39.

     (2)  The pension enhancement allowed by this section, being the
whole, or such proportion as the person was able to purchase and notified
to the Minister under section 108(1), of  the difference between the
commuted value of the pension payable under subsection (1) and the commuted
value of the pension that would have been payable under section 39 (as
calculated by the Minister as of the date of pension commencement), must be
fully funded by the payment under subsection (1)(c).

     (3)  On application, the Minister shall notify the person in writing
of the amount required to provide full funding of the full pension
enhancement purchasable under subsection (2) (being the amount calculated
under that subsection) and of the right to purchase the whole or only a
portion of that potential pension enhancement, and the amount payable under
subsection (2) to fund the actual pension enhancement must be paid in full
within 90 days after the person was advised by the Minister of the amount
required.


5   Section 45.1 is amended by striking out "or had become so entitled but
only for postponing it" and substituting "or 39.1, with pension
commencement having already occurred".


6   The following is added after section 50:

Enhanced early retirement pension - where retirement allowance paid
     50.1(1)  Section 39.1 applies, with references to sections 39 and
69(d) being taken as references to sections 50 and 72(d) respectively. 

     (2)  A person who receives a pension under subsection (1) is
additionally entitled to any employee contribution excess that he would
have been entitled to receive under section 50(2) had he chosen to receive
the pension under section 50(1).

7   Section 56.1 is amended

     (a)  by adding "39.1," after "39,";

     (b)  by adding "50.1," after "50(1),".


8   Section 69(c) is amended by striking out "sections 71 and 85" and
substituting "section 71".


9   Section 72(c) is amended by striking out "sections 74 and 98" and
substituting "section 74".


10   Section 80(1) is amended by adding "39.1," after "39,".


11   Section 81(2) is amended

     (a)  by adding ", 39.1" after "39";

     (b)  by adding a comma at the end of clause (c) and by adding the
following commencing on the line following after clause (c):

          but in no case may that effective date, in the case of a
pension under section 39.1, be later than 6 months after termination.


12   Section 93(1) is amended by adding "50.1," after "50,".


13   Section 94 is amended

     (a)  by adding "39.1," after "39,";

     (b)  by adding "50.1," after "50,".


14   Section 117.1(3) is amended

     (a)  by repealing clauses (a) and (b);

     (b)  in clause (c) by striking out  "after subclause (x)" and
substituting  "at the end".


15   Form 1 of Schedule 1 is amended in item 2(c)(ii)

     (a)  by striking out "I lived" and substituting "I have lived";

     (b)  by adding "been" before "represented".


16   Part 1 of Schedule 2 is amended

     (a)  by adding "Alberta School Employees Benefit Plan" before
"Athabasca/Boyle Family and Community Support Services";

     (b)  by striking out "Bethany of Camrose" and substituting "Bethany
Group";

     (c)  by adding "Brooks and District Ambulance Association" after
"Brazeau Foundation";

     (d)  by adding "Capital Region Housing Authority" after "Calgary
Public Library";

     (e)  by striking out "Dr. Cooke Nursing Home" and substituting "Dr.
Cooke Extended Care Centre";

     (f)  by striking out the following: 

     Edmonton Convention Centre Authority 
     Edmonton Convention and Tourism Authority 
     Edmonton Economic Development Authority 

and substituting "Economic Development Edmonton";

     (g)  by adding "General Hospital (Grey Nuns) of Edmonton Hospital
Foundation" after "Forty Mile Foundation";

     (h)  by adding "Provincial Health Authorities of Alberta" after
"Porcupine Hills Family and Community Support Services";

     (i)  by adding "Red Deer Child Care Society" after "Provost
Foundation";

     (j)  by striking out the following, wherever they occur:

          Alberta Hospital Association (commonly called the Alberta
            Healthcare Association)
          Municipal District of Camrose Foundation
          Edmonton Housing Authority
          Health Unit Association of Alberta
          J.B. Wood Nursing Home
          McDougall Group
          Palliser Nursing Home
          Red Deer Day Care Management Board
          Sutherland Nursing Home
          Sylvan Lake Foundation
          Westerra Institute of Technology


17   Part 2 of Schedule 2 is amended by adding the following after section
3:

     4.   The administrative group of the Town of Bruderheim.


18   Part 3 of Schedule 2 is amended by striking out "None" and
substituting the following:

     Medley School District No. 5029
     Southeast Alberta Regional Planning Commission
     Sylvan Lake Foundation



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     Alberta Regulation 233/95

     Utility Companies Income Tax Rebates Act

     UTILITY COMPANIES INCOME TAX REBATES
     AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  September 6, 1995

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 606/95) pursuant to
section 5 of the Utility Companies Income Tax Rebates Act.


1   The Utility Companies Income Tax Rebates Regulation (Alta. Reg. 144/78)
is amended by this Regulation.


2   Schedule 1 is amended

     (a)  by striking out the following:

               Border Utilities Ltd.
               Bowell Gas Co-op Ltd.
               Deer Creek Gas Co-op Ltd.
               Gull Lake Natural Gas Co-op Ltd.
               ICG Utilities (Plains-Western) Ltd.
               Livingstone Gas Co-op Ltd.
               North Edmonton Gas Co-op Ltd.
               Pekisko Gas Co-op Ltd.
               Southern Utilities Company Limited
               Toki Gas Co-op Ltd.
               Washout Creek Gas Co-op Ltd.

     (b)  by adding the following:

               Adecon Alberta Inc.
               Canadian Hydro Developers, Inc.
               Canadian Niagara Wind Power Company Inc.
               Centra Gas Alberta Inc.
               Drayton Valley Power Ltd.
               Gull Lake Deer Creek Gas Co-op Ltd.
               Independent Producer Power Inc.
               Irrigation Canal Power Co-operative Ltd.
               Magrath Energy Corporation
               N T C Power Services Inc.
               PCL Constructors Western Inc.
               Power Resource Development Corp.
               Sabre Energy Ltd.
               Westlock - Algonquin Power Inc.
               Whitecourt Power Corp.




          Alberta Regulation 234/95

     Regulations Act

     REGULATIONS ACT AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  September 6, 1995

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 608/95) pursuant to
section 8 of the Regulations Act.


1   The Regulations Act Regulation (Alta. Reg. 282/89) is amended by this
Regulation.


2   The following is added after section 3:

Regulation Impact Report
     3.1(1)  In this section,

               (a)  "regulation" means a regulation that is required to
be filed under this Act;

               (b)  "Regulation Impact Report" means the report
approved by the Treasury Board for the purpose of this section.

     (2)  The Registrar shall refuse to file a regulation if a Regulation
Impact Report for that regulation has not been submitted to and approved by
the Chair of the Regulatory Reform Task Force or his designate, unless

               (a)  the regulation is, in the opinion of the Chair of
the Regulatory Reform Task Force or his designate, minor or non-regulatory
in nature,

               (b)  the regulation was consolidated and revised under
section 9,

               (c)  the regulation was made under section 10 of the
Act, or

               (d)  in any other case, the Chair or Acting Chair of the
Executive Council approves that the regulation may be filed without a
Regulation Impact Report being submitted and approved.

     (3)  A regulation that is filed in accordance with an approval under
subsection (2)(d) expires 6 months after it is filed unless a Regulation
Impact Report for that regulation is subsequently submitted to and approved
by the Chair of the Regulatory Reform Task Force or his designate.

     (4)  Notwithstanding subsection (2), if the Chair of the Regulatory
Reform Task Force or his designate is satisfied that there has been an
evaluation process similar to that contained in a Regulation Impact Report,
a Regulation Impact Report for that regulation is not required.


3   This Regulation comes into force on October 1, 1995.




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     Alberta Regulation 235/95

     Wildlife Act

     GENERAL WILDLIFE (MINISTERIAL) AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  September 14, 1995

Made by the Minister of Environmental Protection (M.O. 54/95)  pursuant to
section 97  of the Wildlife Act.


1   The General Wildlife (Ministerial) Regulation (Alta. Reg. 95/87) is
amended by this Regulation.


2   Section 26(1.1) is amended by adding "otter," after "lynx," wherever it
occurs.


3   Schedule 1 is amended

     (a)  in section 7(2)(a.1) by striking out "December 11" and
substituting "December 10";

     (b)  in section 8(1)(b)

               (i)  in subclause (i) by striking out "in fur management
zones 1 or 3" and substituting "in WMUs 530, 531 and 532";

               (ii) by adding the following after subclause (i):

                         (i.1)     in fur management zone 3 and in WMUs
511, 512, 516, 517, 518, 519 and 529
                                   (A)  after 10 otters have been
taken in that registered fur management area, or

                                   (B)  if the area of the
registered fur management area exceeds 72 square miles, after 10 otters
have been taken plus an additional 3 otters for each 36 square miles of
area in excess of 72 square miles of area plus 3 additional otters for any
remaining area of less than 36 square miles, have been taken in that
registered fur management area,

                         (iii)     in subclause (ii)

                                   (A)  by striking out "4 otters"
wherever it occurs and substituting "6 otters" ;

                                   (B)  by striking out "2 otters"
and substituting "3 otters";

                                   (C)  by striking out "2
additional otters" and substituting "3 additional otters";

                         (iv) in subclause (iv) by striking out
"after one otter has" wherever it occurs and substituting "after 2 otters
have";

     (c)  in section 8(1) (e)

               (i)  in subclause (i)

                         (A)  by striking out "4 fisher" wherever it
occurs and substituting "5 fisher";

                         (B)  by striking out "2 fisher" and
substituting "3 fisher";

                         (C)  by striking out "2 additional fisher"
and substituting "3 additional fisher";

               (ii) in subclause (ii)

                         (A)  by striking out "2 fisher" wherever it
occurs and substituting "4 fisher";

                         (B)  by striking out "taken plus one
additional fisher" and substituting "taken plus an additional 2 fisher";

                         (C)  by striking out "area plus one
additional fisher" and substituting "area plus an additional 2 fisher";

               (iii)     in subclause (iii)

                         (A)  by striking out "4 fisher" wherever it
occurs and substituting "5 fisher";

                         (B)  by striking out "taken plus one
additional fisher" and substituting "taken plus an additional 2 fisher";

                         (C)  by striking out "area plus one
additional fisher" and substituting "area plus 2 additional fisher";

     (d)  by adding the following after section 9:

          9.1   The open seasons established in this Schedule for WMU 408
apply also to the portion of Evan Thomas Provincial Recreation Area, as
established under the Provincial Parks Act, described as a hunting zone in
Plan No. P0239 General filed with the Department of Environmental
Protection at Edmonton.



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     Alberta Regulation 236/95

     Mines and Minerals Act

     PRESCRIBED AMOUNTS (PETROLEUM ROYALTY)
     AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  September 15, 1995

Made by the Deputy Minister of Energy (M.O. 32/95) pursuant to section 1.1
of the Petroleum Royalty Regulation (Alta. Reg. 248/90).


1   The Prescribed Amounts (Petroleum Royalty) Regulation (Alta. Reg.
47/93) is amended by this Regulation.


2   The following is added after section 34:

     35   The following are prescribed for the month of September, 1995:

               (a)  the old non-heavy oil par price is $139.00 per
cubic metre;

               (b)  the old heavy oil par price is $118.00 per cubic
metre;

               (c)  the new non-heavy oil par price is $139.00 per
cubic metre;

               (d)  the new heavy oil par price is $118.00 per cubic
metre;

               (e)  the new oil par price is $136.62 per cubic metre;

               (f)  the third tier non-heavy oil par price is $139.00
per cubic metre;

               (g)  the third tier heavy oil par price is $118.00 per
cubic metre;

               (h)  the old non-heavy oil royalty factor is 3.067602;

               (i)  the old heavy oil royalty factor is 3.068420;

               (j)  the new non-heavy oil royalty factor is 3.086611;

               (k)  the new heavy oil royalty factor is 2.392275;

               (l)  the third tier non-heavy oil royalty factor is
3.148316;

               (m)  the third tier heavy oil royalty factor is
4.661675;

               (n)  the old non-heavy oil select price is $25.54 per
cubic metre;

               (o)  the old heavy oil select price is $25.54  per cubic
metre;

               (p)  the new non-heavy oil select price is $81.40 per
cubic metre;

               (q)  the new heavy oil select price is $54.91 per cubic
metre;

               (r)  the third tier non-heavy oil select price is
$116.83 per cubic metre;

               (s)  the third tier heavy oil select price is $116.83
per cubic metre;

               (t)  the adjustment factor for old non-heavy oil is
1.001131.