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     Alberta Regulation 151/96

     Gaming and Liquor Act

     TRANSITIONAL REGULATION

     Filed:  July 18, 1996

Made by the Minister Responsible for the Gaming and Liquor Act pursuant to
section 128 of the Gaming and Liquor Act.


     Table of Contents

Definitions    1
Liquor licences and permits continued   2
Duty free stores    3
Liquor registrations continued     4
Capital account     5
Alberta Lotteries   6
Gaming licences and registrations continued  7
Continuation of Alberta Lotteries' policies, etc. 8
Commencement   9
Expiration     10


Definitions
1   In this Regulation,

     (a)  "Alberta Lotteries" means the partnership of Edmonton
Northlands and the Calgary Exhibition and Stampede Ltd. carrying on
business as Alberta Lotteries;

     (b)  "board" means the board of the Commission;

     (c)  "Commission" means the Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission;

     (d)  "former Liquor Control Act" means the Liquor Control Act, RSA
1980 cL-17.


Liquor licences and permits continued
2(1)  The licences and permits under the former Liquor Control Act set out
in column 1 are continued as the licences under the Gaming and Liquor Act
set out in column 2:

      Column 1                                                                            Column 2

     (a)  Class A
Class A liquor licence


     (b)  Class B
Class B liquor licence


     (c)  Class C
Class C liquor licence


     (d)  Class D




               (i)  issued to a Class A licensee
general off sales licence


               (ii) issued to a Class E licensee
manufacturer's off sales licence


               (iii)     issued to the operator of a retail liquor store
retail liquor store licence


               (iv) issued to the operator of a general merchandise
business in conjunction with a licensed premises
general merchandise liquor store licence


     (e)  Class E



               (i)  issued to a manufacturer other than a brew pub
manufacturer's licence


               (ii) issued in respect of a brew pub
brew pub licence


     (f)  permits



               (i)  private non-sale permit, other than a permit
referred to in (ii) to (iv)
private non-sale licence


               (ii) private non-sale permit issued to a liquor agency
or liquor supplier
hospitality licence


               (iii)     private non-sale permit with respect to holding or
sponsoring a competition
competition licence


               (iv) private non-sale permit with respect to an
industrial process
industrial use licence


               (v)  private resale permit other than a permit referred
to in (vi)
private resale licence


               (vi) private resale permit for the supplier of liquor to
religious organizations for sacramental purposes
sacramental wine resale licence


               (vii)     public resale permit other than a permit referred
to in (viii)

               (viii)    public resale permit issued to a liquor
delivery service
public resale licence



delivery service licence


(2)  The expiration date of a licence or permit referred to in subsection
(1) that is issued prior to July 15, 1996 is not affected by the
continuation of the licence or permit.


Duty free stores
3   All agreements between the Board under the former Liquor Control Act
and a person respecting the operation of a duty free store terminate at the
end of the day on August 31, 1996.


Liquor registrations continued
4(1)   A registration of a representative under section 78 of the former
Liquor Control Act is continued as a registration of a liquor
representative under the Gaming and Liquor Act.

(2)  A registration that is continued under subsection (1) expires one year
after the registration was granted or renewed under the former Liquor
Control Act.


Capital account
5(1)  The Commission must maintain the capital account referred to in
section 20(b) of the former Liquor Control Act until March 31, 1998 and the
capital account must be maintained for the purposes set out in that
section.

(2)  Order in Council numbered O.C. 59/86 continues to apply to the capital
account and the Lieutenant Governor in Council may amend, rescind or
replace the Order in Council.


Alberta Lotteries
6   The assets, liabilities, rights and obligations of Alberta Lotteries
are vested in the Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission.


Gaming licences and registrations continued
7(1)  A licence issued in Alberta under section 207 of the Criminal Code
(Canada) that authorizes the conduct or management of a lottery scheme is
continued as the corresponding gaming licence under the Gaming and Liquor
Act.

(2)  A registration of a casino worker in Alberta under section 207 of the
Criminal Code (Canada) is continued as a registration of a casino worker
under the Gaming and Liquor Act.

(3)  The expiration date of a licence or registration referred to in
subsection (1) or (2) that is issued or granted prior to July 15, 1996 is
not affected by the continuation of the licence or registration.


Continuation of Alberta Lotteries' policies, etc.
8   The policies, rules, directives and instructions of Alberta Lotteries
are continued as policies, rules, directives and instructions of the board.


Commence-ment
9   This Regulation comes into force on July 15, 1996.


Expiration
10   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be re-passed
in its present or an amended form following a review, this Regulation
expires on July 15, 1998.


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     Alberta Regulation 152/96

     Mines and Minerals Act

     PRESCRIBED AMOUNTS (NATURAL GAS ROYALTY)
     AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  July 22, 1996

Made by the Acting Deputy Minister of Energy (M.O. 23/96) 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 (17):

     (18)  The following prices are prescribed for the May 1996 production
month:

             Item        Price

     Gas Reference Price $  1.41  per gigajoule
     Gas Par Price  $  1.51  per gigajoule
     Pentanes Reference Price $179.00 per cubic metre
     Pentanes Par Price  $191.17 per cubic metre
     Propane Reference Price  $106.61 per cubic metre
     Butanes Reference Price  $ 88.18 per cubic metre


3   Section 5 is amended by adding the following after subsection (17):

     (18)   The following allowances per cubic metre are prescribed for
the May 1996 production month:

             Item   Price

     Fractionation Allowance  $ 7.00

     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)




     $4.53     $5.77     $8.40     $6.46


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







     $6.37     $6.21     $10.87    $4.44

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






     $7.52     $9.73     $10.87    $11.84

     Storage Allowance for pentanes plus, propane and butanes



     $ 0.00



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     Alberta Regulation 153/96

     Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act

     HAIRSTYLIST TRADE AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  July 30, 1996

Made by the Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training Board pursuant to
section 33(2) of the Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act.


1   The Hairstylist Trade Regulation (Alta. Reg. 286/93) is amended by this
Regulation.


2   Section 6(2) is amended by striking out "2 apprentices and 2 additional
apprentices" and substituting "one apprentice and one additional
apprentice".


3   Section 7 is amended by adding the following after subsection (2):

     (3)  An employer shall not pay an apprentice on a commission basis
unless

               (a)  the apprentice has completed the formal instruction
required under the first period of the apprenticeship program,

               (b)  the apprentice has agreed to be paid on a
commission basis, and

               (c)  the commission earned is at least equal to the
wages that would have been paid to the apprentice under subsection (2).


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     Alberta Regulation 154/96

     Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act

     IRONWORKER TRADE AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  July 30, 1996

Made by the Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training Board pursuant to
section 33(2) of the Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act.


1   The Ironworker Trade Regulation (Alta. Reg. 99/95) is amended by this
Regulation.


2   Section 7(4) is amended

     (a)  in clause (a) by striking out "journeyman" and substituting
"certified journeyman";

     (b)  in clause (b)

               (i)  by striking out "journeyman" and substituting
"certified journeyman";

               (ii) by adding "the ironworker branch of the trade or"
after "come within".


3   Section 8(3) is amended

     (a)  in clause (a) by striking out "journeyman" and substituting
"certified journeyman";

     (b)  in clause (b) by striking out "journeyman" and substituting
"certified journeyman".


4   Sections 9, 10 and 11 are repealed.


5   Schedule 2 is amended in section 1 by repealing clause (a) and
substituting the following:

     (a)  "metal building systems" means buildings that

               (i)  are designed and manufactured by a recognized
manufacturer of metal building systems,

               (ii) are made up of primary framework structure,
secondary roll-formed structural members, roof and wall systems,
insulation, interior lining and various accessory items including doors and
windows, vents and trim, and

               (iii)     are erected, assembled and installed in accordance
with the manufacturer's instructions without modification to the
manufacturer's specifications,

          but does not include Quonsets or other frameless metal
buildings;


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     Alberta Regulation 155/96

     Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act

     POWER LINEMAN TRADE REGULATION

     Filed:  July 30, 1996

Made by the Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training Board pursuant to
section 33(2) of the Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act.


     Table of Contents

Definitions    1
Constitution of the trade     2
Tasks, activities and functions    3
Educational requirements of an apprentice    4
Term of the apprenticeship program 5
Employment of apprentices     6
Wages     7
Repeal    8

Schedule


Definitions
1   In this Regulation,

     (a)  "apprentice" means a person who is an apprentice in the trade;

     (b)  "certified journeyman" means a certified journeyman as defined
in the Apprenticeship Program and Certificate Recognition Regulation (Alta.
Reg. 1/92);

     (c)  "trade" means the occupation of Power Lineman that is
designated as an optional certification trade pursuant to section 57 of the
Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act;

     (d)  "uncertified journeyman" means an uncertified journeyman as
defined in the Apprenticeship Program and Certificate Recognition
Regulation (Alta. Reg. 1/92).


Constitution of the trade
2   The undertakings set out in section 2 of the Schedule constitute the
trade.


Tasks, activities and functions
3   When practising or otherwise carrying out work in the trade, the tasks,
activities and functions set out in section 3 of the Schedule come within
the trade.


Educational requirements of an apprentice
4   The educational requirement for an apprentice is

     (a)  a passmark in Alberta mathematics 20 or equivalent, or

     (b)  the successful completion of one or more examinations that are
set or recognized by the Board.


Term of the apprenticeship program
5(1)  Subject to section 11 of the Apprenticeship Program and Certificate
Recognition Regulation (Alta. Reg. 1/92), the term of an apprenticeship
program for the trade shall consist of 4 periods of not less than 12 months
each.

(2)  In the first period of the apprenticeship program an apprentice must
acquire not less than 1525 hours of on the job training and successfully
complete the formal instruction that is required or approved by the Board.

(3)  In the 2nd period of the apprenticeship program an apprentice must
acquire not less than 1525 hours of on the job training and successfully
complete the formal instruction that is required or approved by the Board.

(4)  In the 3rd period of the apprenticeship program an apprentice must
acquire not less than 1525 hours of on the job training and successfully
complete the formal instruction that is required or approved by the Board.

(5)  In the 4th period of the apprenticeship program an apprentice must
acquire not less than 1800 hours of on the job training.


Employment of apprentices
6(1)  A person shall not employ an apprentice except in accordance with
this section.

(2)  A person who is a certified journeyman or an uncertified journeyman or
employs a certified journeyman or uncertified journeyman may employ one
apprentice and one additional apprentice for each additional certified
journeyman or uncertified journeyman that is employed by that person.


Wages
7(1)  A person shall not pay wages to an apprentice that are less than
those provided for under subsection (2).

(2)  Subject to the Employment Standards Code, a person employing an
apprentice shall pay wages to an apprentice that are at least equal to the
following percentages of the wages paid to employees who are certified
journeymen or uncertified journeymen in the trade:

     (a)  50% in the first period of the apprenticeship program;

     (b)  60% in the 2nd period of the apprenticeship program;

     (c)  67.5% in the 3rd period of the apprenticeship program;

     (d)  75% in the 4th period of the apprenticeship program.


Repeal
8   The Power Lineman Trade Regulation (Alta. Reg. 334/85) is repealed.


     SCHEDULE

1   In this Schedule, "power line electrical transmission and distribution
systems" includes

     (a)  overhead and underground transmission and distribution systems;

     (b)  poles;

     (c)  towers;

     (d)  transformers;

     (e)  switching equipment;

     (f)  capacitors;

     (g)  protective devices;

     (h)  metering equipment;

     (i)  voltage regulators;

     (j)  portable generation systems;

     (k)  street lighting equipment;

     (l)  light rail transit and trolley systems.


2   The undertakings that constitute the trade are the installation,
construction, maintenance and repair of power line electrical transmission
and distribution systems.


3   When practising or otherwise carrying out work in the trade, the
following tasks, activities and functions come within the trade:

     (a)  using test equipment and specialty tools required by the trade;

     (b)  operating vehicles and equipment related to the trade;

     (c)  giving directions respecting and supervising the placement of
overhead and underground transmission and distribution lines;

     (d)  inspecting, testing, disassembling, assembling, erecting and
setting poles, towers and associated equipment;

     (e)  installing, sagging, deadending, connecting, splicing,
inspecting, testing, maintaining, repairing and locating overhead and
underground primary and secondary conductors and cables;

     (f)  installing, testing and maintaining

               (i)  transformers in overhead and underground systems;

               (ii) voltage regulators in overhead and underground
systems;

               (iii)     capacitors and switching equipment;

               (iv) isolating and protective devices on overhead and
underground systems;

               (v)  street lighting equipment;

               (vi) traffic signal systems;

               (vii)     related metering equipment;

               (viii)    light rail transit and trolley systems;

     (g)  performing live line maintenance techniques;

     (h)  operating, testing and re-fusing overhead and underground
isolating and protective devices;

     (i)  interpreting and applying regulations and standards related to
power line electrical transmission and distribution systems.


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     Alberta Regulation 156/96

     Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act

     RECREATION VEHICLE MECHANIC TRADE AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  July 30, 1996

Made by the Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training Board pursuant to
section 33(2) of the Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act.


1   The Recreation Vehicle Mechanic Trade Regulation (Alta. Reg. 1/95) is
amended by this Regulation.


2   Section 4 is amended by repealing clause (a) and substituting the
following:

     (a)  the completion of an Alberta grade 10 education or equivalent
with a passmark in Mathematics 10 or 13 and English 10 or 13 or equivalent,
or


3   Section 5(3) is amended by striking out "1800" and substituting "1600".



     Alberta Regulation 157/96

     Mines and Minerals Act

     PRESCRIBED AMOUNTS (PETROLEUM ROYALTY)
     AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  July 31, 1996

Made by the Deputy Minister of Energy (M.O. 24/96) 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   Section 46 is amended by adding the following after clause (d):

     (d.1)     the new oil par price is $161.89 per cubic metre;


3   The following is added after section 46:

     47   The following are prescribed for the month of September, 1996:

               (a)  the old non-heavy oil par price is $169.12 per
cubic metre;

               (b)  the old heavy oil par price is $153.24 per cubic
metre;

               (c)  the new non-heavy oil par price is $169.12 per
cubic metre;

               (d)  the new heavy oil par price is $153.24 per cubic
metre;

               (e)  the third tier non-heavy oil par price is $169.12
per cubic metre;

               (f)  the third tier heavy oil par price is $153.24 per
cubic metre;

               (g)  the old non-heavy oil royalty factor is 3.082590;

               (h)  the old heavy oil royalty factor is 3.130337;

               (i)  the new non-heavy oil royalty factor is 3.153799;

               (j)  the new heavy oil royalty factor is 2.531762;

               (k)  the third tier non-heavy oil royalty factor is
3.197541;

               (l)  the third tier heavy oil royalty factor is
3.231618;

               (m)  the old non-heavy oil select price is $26.01 per
cubic metre;

               (n)  the old heavy oil select price is $26.01 per cubic
metre;

               (o)  the new non-heavy oil select price is $82.89 per
cubic metre;

               (p)  the new heavy oil select price is $55.91 per cubic
metre;

               (q)  the third tier non-heavy oil select price is
$118.97 per cubic metre;

               (r)  the third tier heavy oil select price is $118.97
per cubic metre;

               (s)  the adjustment factor for old non-heavy oil is
1.031000;

               (t)  the adjustment factor for old heavy oil is
1.028290.



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     Alberta Regulation 158/96

     Highway Traffic Act

     SPECIAL AREAS MAXIMUM SPEED LIMITS AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  July 31, 1996

Made by the Minister of Municipal Affairs (M.O. SA:010/96) pursuant to
sections 14 and 70 of the Highway Traffic Act and section 11 of the Special
Areas Act.


1   The Special Areas Maximum Speed Limits Regulation (Alta. Reg. 371/90)
is amended by this Regulation.


2   The Schedule is amended by adding the following after section 4:

     5   Secondary Highway Number 570

               (a)  All that portion of Secondary Highway Number 570
beginning from the junction with Secondary Highway Number 862 in the
southwest corner of section 3, township 27, range 15, west of the fourth
meridian, thence easterly along the road to the intersection of Highway
Number 36 in the northeast corner of section 36, township 26, range 14,
west of the fourth meridian.

                         Maximum - 100 kilometres per hour.

               (b)  All that portion of Secondary Highway Number 570
beginning from the junction with Secondary Highway Number 886 in the
northwest corner of section 20, township 26, range 6, west of the fourth
meridian, thence easterly along the road to the east boundary of Special
Area Number 3 in the northeast corner of section 24, township 26, range 4,
west of the fourth meridian.

                         Maximum - 100 kilometres per hour.


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     Alberta Regulation 159/96

     Highway Traffic Act

     MAXIMUM SPEED LIMITS AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  July 31, 1996

Made by the Minister of Transportation and Utilities pursuant to section 5
of the Highway Traffic Act.


1   The Maximum Speed Limits Regulation (Alta. Reg. 218/83) is amended by
this Regulation.


2   Schedule 1 is amended by repealing section 46(2)(a) and substituting
the following:

     (a)  All that portion of Highway Number 43 beginning at the south
boundary of the northeast quarter of section 21, township 57, range 8, west
of the fifth meridian (south corporate limit of Mayerthorpe), thence
westerly along the highway to a point 400 metres east of the intersection
with Mayerthorpe Access Road located in the northwest quarter of the said
section,

               Maximum - 100 kilometres per hour;

     (b)  All that portion of Highway Number 43 beginning at a point 400
metres east of the intersection with Mayerthorpe Access Road located in the
northwest quarter of section 21, township 57, range 8, west of the fifth
meridian, thence westerly along the highway to the west boundary of the
said section (west corporate limit of Mayerthorpe),

               Maximum - 80 kilometres per hour;

     (c)  All that portion of Highway Number 43 beginning at the west
corporate limit of Mayerthorpe in the northwest quarter of section 21,
township 57, range 8, west of the fifth meridian, thence westerly along the
highway until a point 400 metres west of the intersection with Mayerthorpe
Access Road located in the northwest quarter of the said section,

               Maximum - 80 kilometres per hour.


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     Alberta Regulation 160/96

     Hospitals Act

     CROWN'S RIGHT OF RECOVERY (MINISTERIAL) REGULATION

     Filed:  July 31, 1996

Made by the Minister of Health (M.O. 80/96) pursuant to section 102(2) of
the Hospitals Act.


     Table of Contents

Interpretation 1
Cost of health services that have been provided   2
Cost of future health services     3
Information to be provided by beneficiary    4
Information to be provided by insurer   5
Aggregate assessment for portion of 1996     6
Aggregate assessment for 1997 7
Aggregate assessments after 1997   8
Repeal    9
Expiry    10


Interpretation
1(1)  In this Regulation,

     (a)  "Act" means the Hospitals Act;

     (b)  "mental health hospital" means The Alberta Hospital Edmonton,
The Alberta Hospital Ponoka and a mental health hospital as defined under
section 17.1 of the Regional Health Authorities Act.

(2)  The definitions in sections 1 and 80 of the Act apply to this
Regulation.


Cost of health services that have been provided
2   The Crown's cost of health services for health services that a
beneficiary receives to the date of judgment or settlement based on the
Crown's right of recovery is the total of the following:

     (a)  the cost of in-patient services provided to the beneficiary at
an approved hospital calculated in accordance with the formula:

               A + (A x B)

          where

          A is the amount that the beneficiary would have to pay under
section 9 of the Hospitalization Benefits Regulation (Alta. Reg. 244/90)
for insured services received as an in-patient at the approval hospital if
the beneficiary was a resident of Canada who is not entitled under the
Hospitals Act to receive insured services;

          B is a capital cost surcharge of 25%;

     (b)  the cost of out-patient services provided to a beneficiary at
an approved hospital calculated in accordance with the formula:

               C + (C x B)

          where

          C is the amount that the beneficiary would have to pay under
section 9 of the Hospitalization Benefits Regulation (Alta. Reg. 244/90)
for insured services received as an out-patient at the approved hospital if
the beneficiary was a resident of Canada who is not entitled under the
Hospitals Act to receive insured services;

          B is a capital cost surcharge of 25%;

     (c)  the amount that the Crown pays for health services as defined
in the Alberta Health Care Insurance Act that have been provided to the
beneficiary;

     (d)  the amount that the Crown pays in respect of air ambulance
services provided to the beneficiary;

     (e)  the Crown's cost, as established by the Minister, of health
aids as defined in the Alberta Aids to Daily Living and Extended Health
Benefits Regulation (Alta. Reg. 236/85) that have been provided to the
beneficiary;

     (f)  the Crown's cost of co-ordinated home care program services
described in the Co-ordinated Home Care Program Regulation (Alta. Reg.
239/85) provided to the beneficiary, being an hourly rate for those
services established by the Minister times the number of hours the
beneficiary received those services;

     (g)  the cost of in-patient services provided to the beneficiary at
a mental health hospital calculated in accordance with the formula:

               D + (D x B)

          where

          D is the cost of in-patient services as established by the
Minister;

          B is a capital cost surcharge of 25%;

     (h)  the cost of psychiatric, psychological and other mental health
services provided to a beneficiary outside of a mental health hospital,
being an hourly rate for those services as established by the Minister
times the number of hours the beneficiary received those services;

     (i)  the amount the Crown pays for health services provided to the
beneficiary outside of Alberta.


Cost of future health services
3(1)  In this section, a reference to a judgment or settlement means a
judgment or settlement that is based on the Crown's right of recovery.

(2)  The Crown's cost of health services for health services that a
beneficiary will likely receive after the date that a judgment is obtained
or settlement entered into is calculated in accordance with this section.

(3)  The Crown's cost of a health service that a beneficiary will likely
receive before the end of the year in which a judgment is obtained or
settlement entered into is calculated in accordance with section 2 as
though the health service had been provided on the day that the judgment
was obtained or settlement entered into.

(4)  The Crown's cost of a health service that a beneficiary will likely
receive after the end of the year in which a judgment is obtained or
settlement entered into is calculated in accordance with the formula:
where

A is the Crown's cost of the health service calculated in accordance with
section 2 as though the health service had been provided on the day that
the judgment was obtained or settlement entered into;

n is the amount obtained when  the year in which the judgment was obtained
or settlement entered into is subtracted from the year in which the health
service will likely be provided.


Information to be provided by beneficiary
4(1)  For the purposes of section 91 of the Act, a beneficiary who consults
a lawyer or has someone consult a lawyer on his behalf in respect of
personal injuries suffered by the beneficiary as a result of a wrongful act
or omission of a wrongdoer shall provide the Director with the following:

     (a)  the beneficiary's name, date of birth and mailing address;

     (b)  the date, location and description of the wrongful act or
omission and, if the act or omission was reported to the police, a copy of
the police report;

     (c)  the wrongdoer's name, mailing address, insurer and policy
number, if known;

     (d)  the beneficiary's injuries, the health services provided to the
beneficiary as a result of those injuries, the name of the person who
provided those services and, if the services were provided at a hospital,
the name of the hospital;

     (e)  the name and address of the beneficiary's lawyer;

     (f)  a copy of the following, as they are prepared or obtained, that
relate to the beneficiary's injuries:

               (i)  pleadings;

               (ii) accident reconstruction reports;

               (iii)     loss of past and future income reports;

               (iv) discovery transcripts;

               (v)  medical reports prepared at the request of the
beneficiary's lawyer for the purposes of litigation;

               (vi) cost of future care reports;

               (vii)     settlement agreements and judgments.

(2)  This section does not apply if

     (a)  the beneficiary's personal injuries were caused by an act or
omission of a wrongdoer in the use or operation of an automobile, and

     (b)  the wrongdoer was, when the injuries were caused, insured under
a motor vehicle liability policy.


Information to be provided by insurer
5(1)   For the purposes of section 93 of the Act, an insurer who is
notified of circumstances in which the Crown's right of recovery may arise
as a result of a wrongful act or omission of its insured shall provide the
Director with the following:

     (a)  the wrongdoer's name, date of birth and mailing address;

     (b)  a copy of the wrongdoer's insurance policy;

     (c)  the date, location and description of the wrongful act or
omission and, if the act or omission was reported to the police, a copy of
the police report;

     (d)  the beneficiary's name and the name and address of the
beneficiary's  lawyer, if known;

     (e)  a copy of the following, as they are prepared or obtained, that
relate to the beneficiary's injuries:

               (i)  accident reconstruction reports;

               (ii) loss of past and future income reports;

               (iii)     medical reports on the beneficiary prepared at the
request of the insurer for the purposes of litigation;

               (iv) cost of future care reports.

(2)  This section does not apply if

     (a)  the beneficiary's personal injuries were caused by an act or
omission of a wrongdoer in the use or operation of an automobile, and

     (b)  the wrongdoer was, when the injuries were caused, insured under
a motor vehicle liability policy.


Aggregate assessment for portion of 1996
6   The Minister shall establish the aggregate assessment for the period
running from August 1 to December 31 of 1996  by adding the amounts under
clauses (a) and (b):

     (a)  the Minister's estimate of the Crown's cost of health services
referred to in section 99.1(2)(a) of the Act for the period running from
August 1 to December 31 of 1996 based on information prepared by the
Department of Health, actuarial reports and consultations with
representatives of automobile insurers;

     (b)  the Minister's estimate of the Crown's cost of insured's
services referred to in section 99.1(2)(b) of the Act based on information
prepared by the Department of Health, actuarial reports and consultations
with representatives of automobile insurers and multiplying that estimate
by «.


Aggregate assessment for 1997
7   The Minister shall establish the aggregate assessment for 1997 by
adding the amounts under clauses (a) and (b):

     (a)  the Minister's estimate of the Crown's cost of health services
referred to in section 99.1(2)(a) of the Act for 1997 based on information
prepared by the Department of Health, actuarial reports and consultations
with representatives of automobile insurers;

     (b)  the amount calculated under section 6(b).


Aggregate assessments after 1997
8   The Minister shall establish the aggregate assessment for 1998 and
following years by estimating the Crown's cost of health services referred
to in section 99.1(2)(a) of the Act for the year based on information
prepared by the Department of Health, actuarial reports and consultations
with representatives of automobile insurers.


Repeal
9   The Crown's Right of Recovery (Ministerial) Regulation (Alta. Reg.
116/96) is repealed.


Expiry
10   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be re-passed
in its present or an amended form following a review, this Regulation
expires on July 31, 2001.