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THE ALBERTA GAZETTE, PART II, FEBRUARY 28, 1997



     Alberta Regulation 30/97

     Health Foundations Act

     NOMINATION REGULATION

     Filed:  February 3, 1997

Made by the Minister of Health (M.O. 2/97) pursuant to section 14 of the
Health Foundations Act.


Definitions
1   In this Regulation,

     (a)  "Act" means the Health Foundations Act;

     (b)  "health authority" means a regional health authority, the
Provincial Mental Health Advisory Board and the Alberta Cancer Board.


Nomination of members
2(1)  Whenever the Minister considers it appropriate to do so, the Minister
may request a health authority or health authorities for which a health
foundation is to be or was established to submit to the Minister a list of
nominees for the purposes of section 6(2) of the Act.

(2)  The means by which the list of nominees referred to in subsection (1)
is compiled, including the nature and amount of public involvement, if any,
is within the discretion of the health authority or authorities for which
the health foundation is to be or was established.

     Expiry

Expiry
3   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 March 31, 2002.


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     Alberta Regulation 31/97

     Credit Union Act

     CREDIT UNION (PRINCIPAL) AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  February 5, 1997

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 60/97) pursuant to section
226 of the Credit Union Act.


1   The Credit Union (Principal) Regulation (AR 249/84) is amended by this
Regulation.


2   Section 5 is amended by striking out "or" at the end of clause (b), by
adding "or" at the end of clause (c) and by adding the following after
clause (c):

     (d)  until June 30, 1997, any information or documents referred to
in section 16(1) of the Act to the Ombudsman for the purpose of an
investigation under the Ombudsman Act.


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     Alberta Regulation 32/97

     Regulations Act

     PENSION REGULATIONS REPEAL REGULATION

     Filed:  February 5, 1997

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 61/97) pursuant to section
10 of the Regulations Act.


1   The following are repealed:

     (a)  the Public Sector Pension Plans (Prescribed Assets for
Transfer) Regulation (AR 261/93);

     (b)  the County of Leduc Exemption Regulation (AR 152/83);

     (c)  the High Prairie Roman Catholic Separate School District
Employee Withdrawal Regulation (AR 102/89);

     (d)  the Village of Onoway Employee Withdrawal Regulation (AR
103/89);

     (e)  the Town of Calmar Employee Withdrawal Regulation (AR 107/90).


     Alberta Regulation 33/97

     Government Organization Act

     JUSTICE GRANTS REGULATION     

     Filed:  February 5, 1997

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 62/97) pursuant to section
13 of the Government Organization Act.


     Table of Contents

Definition     1
Authority of Minister    2
Purpose   3
Application    4
Payment of grant    5
Use of grant   6
Accountability 7
Repeal    8
Expiry    9


Definition
1   In this Regulation, "Minister" means the Minister of Justice and
Attorney General.


Authority of Minister
2(1)  The Minister is authorized to make grants in accordance with this
Regulation.

(2)  The Minister may delegate in writing to an employee of the Government
any power conferred or duty imposed on the Minister under section 13 of the
Government Organization Act or this Regulation.


Purpose
3   The Minister may make grants to a person or organization for purposes
related to any program, service or other matter under the administration of
the Minister.


Application
4   The Minister may require an applicant for a grant to provide any or all
of the following information:

     (a)  the name and address of the applicant;

     (b)  if the applicant is not an individual,

               (i)  the legal status of the applicant,

               (ii) the name and position of the individual applying
for the grant on behalf of the applicant,

                    (iii)     the names and addresses of the officers,
directors, partners or members of the applicant,

               (iv) the objects or mandate of the applicant, and

               (v)  evidence satisfactory to the Minister that the
applicant has passed any resolution or obtained any  authorization
necessary to enable the applicant to apply for the grant;

     (c)  a description of the proposed purpose of the grant;

     (d)  the proposed commencement date and estimated completion date of
the work or activity to be undertaken by the applicant;

     (e)  the reason the applicant requires the grant;

     (f)  an estimate of the amount of money required by the applicant
under the grant, and where the grant is to provide only a portion of the
total amount of money required by the applicant, an estimate of the total
amount of money required;

     (g)  a detailed budget respecting the work or activity to be
undertaken by the applicant pursuant to the grant;

     (h)  information respecting any other financial assistance received
or applied for by the applicant;

     (i)  any other information required by the Minister.


Payment of grant
5   The Minister may provide for the payment of a grant in a lump sum or by
way of instalments at the times at which the Minister considers
appropriate.


Use of grant
6(1)  The recipient of a grant must use the money

     (a)  only for the purpose for which the grant is made, or

     (b)  if the original purpose for which the grant is made is varied
with the consent of the Minister, only for the purpose as varied.

(2)  If the recipient of a grant does not use all of the money for the
purpose for which the grant is made, the Minister may require the recipient
to refund the surplus money to the Provincial Treasurer.


Accountability
7(1)  The Minister may at any time require that a recipient of a grant

     (a)  provide information to the Minister so that the Minister may
determine whether the recipient is complying with any conditions imposed by
the Minister and is using the money as required under this Regulation,

     (b)  provide a financial statement of the expenditure of the money,

     (c)  permit the Auditor General to examine any books or records
respecting the expenditure of the money that the Auditor General considers
necessary to determine whether the money has been properly expended, and

     (d)  submit to an evaluation by the Minister of any work or activity
undertaken by the recipient pursuant to the grant.

(2)  The Minister may require the recipient of a grant to repay all or part
of the money to the Provincial Treasurer if the recipient does not comply
with any conditions imposed by the Minister or does not use the money as
required under this Regulation.


Repeal
8(1)  The Attorney General's Grants Regulation (AR. 81/80)  is repealed.

(2)  The Solicitor General Grants Regulation (AR 41/78) is repealed.


Expiry
9   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 1, 2001.


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     Alberta Regulation 34/97

     Public Trustee Act

     PUBLIC TRUSTEE REGULATION

     Filed:  February 5, 1997

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 63/97) pursuant to section
35 of the Public Trustee Act.


     Table of Contents

Definition     1
Amount re section 15(8) of the Act 2
Amounts re section 23(1) and (5) of the Act  3
Form 4
Tariff of costs     5
Repeal    6
Expiry    7
Schedule


Definition
1   In this Regulation, "Act" means the Public Trustee Act.


Amount re section 15(8) of the Act
2   Section 15(8) of the Act applies in respect of personal property that
does not exceed $7000 in value.


Amounts re section 23(1) and (5) of the Act
3(1)  Section 23(1) of the Act applies in respect of property in Alberta,
the gross value of which as estimated by the Public Trustee does not exceed
$7000.

(2)  Section 23(5) of the Act applies in respect of property, the gross
value of which is found to exceed $8000.


Form
4   The Form in the Schedule is the form prescribed for the purposes of
section 11 of the Act.


Tariff of costs
5   The tariff of costs for the office of the Public Trustee is as follows:

     Tariff of Costs

    Perusal and examination of papers concerning an application for
probate, administration or guardianship


$15

Perusal and examination of papers in connection with the passing of
accounts when attendance before the court is not considered necessary by
the Public Trustee




$25 or, if section 6(2.2)(a) of the Administration of Estates Act applies,
as directed by the court
When in the opinion of the Public Trustee the filing of a caveat is
advisable for the protection of the interest of one or more minors,
exclusive of disbursements, not to exceed



$20

Approval of an agreement for sale, lease or other agreement


$10

Each certificate or consent to a transfer under  section 120(1) of the Land
Titles Act


$10

Each consent under section 120(2) of the Land  Titles Act


$10

Acting as executor, administrator, committee, guardian, trustee or
custodian, the compensation the Public Trustee, in the Public Trustee's
discretion, considers reasonable and just having in mind the amount of the
estate, the care and responsibility required, the time expended and the
nature and amount of the work involved.










Repeal
6   The following are repealed:

     (a)  the Administration of Estates Regulation (AR 251/92);

     (b)  the Form Regulation (AR 486/81);

     (c)  the Public Trustee Costs Regulation (AR 272/90).


Expiry
7   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 January 1, 2002.


     SCHEDULE

     Public Trustee Act
     (Section 11)

     CERTIFICATE OF PUBLIC TRUSTEE

I hereby certify that                    , of the                     of    
                in the Province of Alberta, is a mentally incompetent
person in respect of whom a certificate of incapacity has been issued
pursuant to the Dependent Adults Act.

And I further certify that the Public Trustee under the provisions of the
Public Trustee Act is the trustee of the estate of     .

Dated at Edmonton, Alberta    )
this           day of                        )    
19____    )     Public Trustee


     Alberta Regulation 35/97

     Wills Act

     INTERNATIONAL WILLS REGISTRATI0N SYSTEM REGULATION

     Filed:  February 5, 1996

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 64/97) pursuant to section
49 of the Wills Act.


Registration system
1   The Minister of Justice and Attorney General shall establish a system
of registration and safekeeping of international wills.


Registrar
2   The Public Trustee is designated as the registrar of the system.


Filing of the list
3   The list to be filed with the registrar by a person authorized to act
in connection with international wills under section 53 of the Wills Act
must be in the form set out in the Schedule.


Repeal
4   The International Wills Registration System Regulation (AR 47/79) is
repealed.


Expiry
5   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 January 1, 2002.


     SCHEDULE


   List of persons who have executed international wills during the month
of                 19   .

Name of   Address of     Description of Date of
Testator  Testator  Testator  Execution
               of Will
     
     
     

   I certify that I have acted as a person authorized to act in connection
with international wills in the wills listed above. 

     Signature of authorized person (or agent)

     Address

     Date


     Alberta Regulation 36/97

     Young Offenders Act (Canada)
     Young Offenders Act (Alberta)

     DESIGNATION REGULATION

     Filed:  February 5, 1997

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 65/97) pursuant to
sections 2 and 7 of the Young Offenders Act (Canada) and section 32 of the
Young Offenders Act (Alberta).


     Table of Contents

Provincial directors     1
Youth workers  2
Temporary detention, secure custody and open custody   3
Temporary detention and secure custody  4
Open custody and secure custody    5
Open custody   6

     Repeals
Repeal    7

     Expiry
Expiry    8


Provincial directors
1   The following are designated as provincial directors:

     (a)  an employee, under the administration of the Minister of
Justice and Attorney General who holds a position with a title as follows:

               (i)  Assistant Deputy Minister, Correctional Services;

               (ii) Executive Director, Young Offender Branch;

               (iii)     Assistant Director, Young Offender Branch;

               (iv) Director, Community Programs;

               (v)  Director, Temporary Absence Program;

               (vi) Assistant Director, Temporary Absence Program;

               (vii)     Centre Director;

               (viii)    Chief Probation Officer;

               (ix) Community Corrections Manager;

     (b)  an employee of the City of Calgary, Social Services Department,
who holds a position with a title as follows:

               (i)  Director, Social Services;

               (ii) Coordinator, Community Services;

               (iii)     Manager, Neighbourhood Services;

               (iv) Supervisor, Neighbourhood Services;

     (c)  an employee of a private agency contracted to provide a custody
group home service to the Minister of Justice and Attorney General, who
holds a position with the title "Group Home Director".


Youth workers
2   The following are designated as youth workers:

     (a)  an employee, under the administration of the Minister of
Justice and Attorney General, who holds a position in the Correctional
Services Division of the Department of Justice with a classification as
follows:

               (i)  Correctional Officer I, II or III;

               (ii) Psychologist I or II;

               (iii)     Nurse I, II or III;

               (iv) Social Worker I, II, III, IV or V;

               (v)  Manager I, II or III;

               (vi) Senior Manager I, II or III;

               (vii)     Correctional Services Worker I, II or III;

     (b)  a staff member of a group home that is designated as an open
custody facility;

     (c)  a Probation Officer in the Social Services Department, City of
Calgary;

     (d)  an employee of the City of Edmonton, Social Services
Department, engaged in the delivery of the Young Offender Alternative
Measures Program.


Temporary detention, secure custody and open custody
3   The following are designated as places of temporary detention, secure
custody and open custody:

     (a)  Grande Prairie Young Offender Centre, Grande Prairie, Alberta;

     (b)  Edmonton Young Offender Centre, Edmonton, Alberta;

     (c)  Calgary Young Offender Centre, Calgary, Alberta;

     (d)  Lethbridge Young Offender Centre, Lethbridge, Alberta;

     (e)  Young Offender Forensic Unit, Alberta Hospital, Edmonton,
Alberta;

     (f)  Catholic Social Services Group Home, Edmonton, Alberta;

     (g)  Kochee Mena Group Home, Edmonton, Alberta;

     (h)  Enviros Group Home, Calgary, Alberta.


Temporary detention and secure custody
4   The following are designated as places of temporary detention and
secure custody:

     (a)  any area of a police holding cell or holding room

               (i)  that is operated by a police service as defined in
the Police Act, and

               (ii) in which no adult prisoner is located;

     (b)  Medicine Hat Remand Centre, Medicine Hat, Alberta;

     (c)  Red Deer Remand Centre, Red Deer, Alberta.


Open custody and secure custody
5   The following group homes are designated as places of open custody and
secure custody:

     (a)  Howard House of Edmonton, Alberta;

     (b)  Counterpoint House of Edmonton, Alberta;

     (c)  Red Deer Youth Residential Centre of Red Deer, Alberta;

     (d)  William Roper Hull Home of Calgary, Alberta;

     (e)  Adolescent Alcohol Treatment Centre, St. Paul, Alberta;

     (f)  Shunda Creek Youth Corrections Camp.


Open custody
6   The following are designated as places of open custody:

     (a)  the home of Philip Hoff and Alice Hoff of Lethbridge, Alberta;

     (b)  the home of Frank Morin and Ruth Morin of Saddle Lake, Alberta;

     (c)  the home of Edward and Linda Bensler of Pincher Creek, Alberta;

     (d)  the home of David and Judy Haddock of Peers, Alberta;

     (e)  the home of David and Connie Visser of Lethbridge, Alberta;

     (f)  the home of Garth and Verna Lee Bruneau of Lethbridge, Alberta;

     (g)  the home of Mark and Ramona Poelzer of Hinton, Alberta;

     (h)  the home of Jeremy and Faith Hazell of Lethbridge, Alberta;

     (i)  the Home of Brian and Chris Egland of Coaldale, Alberta;

     (j)  the home of Royal and Joyce Hewko of Fairview, Alberta;

     (k)  the home of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Edmonton of Edmonton,
Alberta.


     Repeals

Repeal
7   The Designation Order (AR 101/85) is repealed.


     Expiry

Expiry
8   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 January 1, 2002.


     Alberta Regulation 37/97

     Health Insurance Premiums Act

     HEALTH INSURANCE PREMIUMS AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  February 5, 1997

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 66/97) pursuant to section
2 of the Health Insurance Premiums Act.


1   The Health Insurance Premiums Regulation (AR 217/81) is amended by this
Regulation.


2   Section 8 is amended

     (a)  by repealing subsection (1) and substituting the following:

          8(1)  When the application of a registrant for a subsidized
premium is approved by the Minister, the approval applies to the current
benefit period and, subject to subsection (1.1), to any succeeding benefit
period in which the registrant remains eligible under section 3 for a
subsidized premium.

          (1.1)  If in a succeeding benefit period the registrant remains
eligible for a subsidized premium under a different clause in section 3(2),
the amount of the premium that the registrant is liable to pay shall be
adjusted in accordance with that clause.

     (b)  in subsection (2)(f) by striking out "benefit year" and
substituting "benefit period".


3   Section 8.2 is repealed and the following is substituted:

     8.2(1)  The annual premium payable for basic health services and
insured hospital services

               (a)  by a single senior, whose income for calculating
benefits is $18 106 or more but less than $20 825, is the senior's income
for calculating benefits, less $18 105 times 15%;

               (b)  by a senior couple, whose income for calculating
benefits is $27 211 or more but less than $32 650, is the couple's income
for calculating benefits less $27 210 times 15%.

     (2)  Notwithstanding section 10(1), the Minister shall not send a
premium notice to a senior whose monthly premium payable is $3.33 or less.

     (3)  For the purposes of this section and section 8.1, "income for
calculating benefits", "senior couple" and "single senior" have the same
meaning as in the General Regulation under the Seniors Benefit Act.


4   Section 9(3.5) is amended by striking out "Social Services and
Community Health" and substituting "Family and Social Services".


5   Section 27(1)(b) is amended by striking out "Social Services and
Community Health" and substituting "Family and Social Services".


6   In the following provisions "Penitentiary Act (Canada)" is struck out
and "Corrections and Conditional Release Act (Canada)" is substituted:

     section 2(a) and (b);
     section 3(2)(a)(ii), (b), (c)(ii), (d), (e)(ii), (f), (g)(ii), (h),
(i)(ii)(B) and (j)(iii);
     section 5(a) and (b);
     section 6(2)(a)(ii) and (b);
     section 10(3);
     section 24(c);
     section 25(1)(c) and (3).


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     Alberta Regulation 38/97

     Wildlife Act

     ALBERTA CONSERVATION ASSOCIATION DELEGATED
     AUTHORITY REGULATION

     Filed:  February 5, 1997

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 69/97) pursuant to section
96 of the Wildlife Act and section 97(1)(c) as incorporated by the Wildlife
Amendment Act, 1996.


     Table of Contents

     General

Interpretation 1
Establishment of delegated authority, and delegated functions    2
Annual report and business plan    3
Enhancement levy    4
Use of enhancement levies     5
Agreements to collect and remit enhancement levy  6
Holding of levy in trust 7
By-laws   8
Notice of objects or by-law changes     9

     Transitional Provisions
Transitional   10

     Consequential Amendments

Consequential amendments 11

     Repeal

Repeal    12

     Expiry

Expiry    13


     General

Interpretation
1(1)  In this Regulation,

     (a)  "by-laws" means the by-laws made by the Association under
section 8;

     (b)  "enhancement levy" means the enhancement levy referred to in
section 4;

     (c)  "fiscal year" means the fiscal year of the Association, as
specified in the by-laws;

     (d)  "licence" includes a permit and a fishing licence.

(2)  Unless a contrary intention appears in this Regulation, an expression
defined in another regulation has the same meaning in this Regulation.


Establishment of delegated authority, and delegated functions
2(1)  The Alberta Conservation Association, being a society incorporated
under the Societies  Act, is hereby established for the purposes of this
Regulation as a delegated authority referred to in section 97(1)(c) of the
Act (as established by section 71 of the Wildlife Amendment Act, 1996 in
advance of the proclamation of that amendment Act in general). 

(2)  The Association is hereby delegated the following powers, duties and
functions, to be carried out in accordance with the Act, the regulations
and the objects and by-laws of the Association:

     (a)  the inventorization, development and enhancement of populations
and habitats of wildlife, fish and endangered species in Alberta through

               (i)  implementation and support of projects and
improvements that retain, enhance or create any such habitat,

               (ii) implementation and support of restoration and
re-introduction projects to enhance populations of wildlife, fish and
endangered species, 

               (iii)     implementation and support of the inventorization
of populations and habitats of wildlife, fish and endangered species, and

               (iv) implementation and support of projects for stocking
of selected water bodies, including transportation;

     (b)  the implementation and support of a program that provides for
the payment of rewards to persons who assist the Minister with the
enforcement of the Act, including maintaining the uninterrupted capacity to
receive information from citizens at no cost to them;

     (c)  the provision of compensation for 

               (i)  damage and loss caused by wildlife and measures
taken to prevent such damage and loss, and

               (ii) damage and loss occasioned to livestock as a result
of the use of a weapon during an open season

          as described in the General Wildlife Regulation.


Annual report and business plan
3(1)  The Association shall

     (a)  at least 30 days before the beginning of each fiscal year,
provide to the Minister a business plan for the Association that indicates
its goals for the coming fiscal year, and

     (b)  not more than 6 months after the end of each fiscal year,
provide to the Minister an annual report summarizing the Association's
activities and containing its audited financial statements for that year.

(2)  The remuneration and benefits that were paid or provided to

     (a)  each director, within the meaning of section 1 of the Societies
Act, of the Association, and

     (b)  all management personnel who report directly to one or more of
such directors

during a fiscal year, must be reported in the financial statements for that
fiscal year or as a note or schedule to those financial statements.

(3)  The remuneration and benefits must be reported

     (a)  on an individual basis by name in the case of the persons
referred to in subsection (2)(a), and

     (b)  on an aggregate basis in the case of the persons referred to in
subsection (2)(b).

(4)  The Minister may disclose personal information, within the meaning of
the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, reported under
this section, and this subsection constitutes an authorization for the
purposes of section 38(1)(e) of that Act.


Enhancement levy
4(1)  The Association may establish an enhancement levy, to be paid in
addition to a prescribed licence, permit or allocation fee, with respect to
the issue of a licence, permit or allocation of any kind or an application
for a special licence.

(2)  If the Association establishes an enhancement levy with respect to any
kind of licence, permit or allocation, a person who applies for a licence,
permit or allocation of that kind must pay the levy before it is issued.

(3)  A prospective applicant for a special licence must pay any levy
established with respect to it before a written application form is
provided or before any other method of application is accepted, as the case
may be.


Use of enhancement levies
5(1)  Enhancement levies may only be used to provide or pay for carrying
out the powers, duties and functions set out in section 2(2).

(2)  Salaries, fees, costs, expenses and liabilities incurred in the
administration of the Association may be paid out of enhancement levies.


Agreements to collect and remit enhancement levy
6   The Association may enter into agreements with the Crown or any person
to collect enhancement levies and to remit them to the Association.


Holding of levy in trust
7(1)  A person (but not the Crown) referred to in section 6 holds
enhancement levies collected by it in trust for the Association.

(2)  An enhancement levy and any interest owing in respect of it are
recoverable by the Association by an action in debt.


By-laws
8   The Association may make by-laws

     (a)  classifying licences for the purpose of its by-laws,

     (b)  setting the amounts of the enhancement levies that are to be
paid,

     (c)  respecting the form and manner in which and the times at which
an accounting must be made and enhancement levies remitted,

     (d)  requiring the payment of interest on enhancement levies that
are not remitted to the Association as required by this Regulation and the
by-laws,

     (e)  respecting the keeping of records in respect of the issue of
licences and the making of those records available for inspection by the
Association and representatives of the Minister,

     (f)  respecting any other matter related to the carrying out by the
Association of its powers, duties and functions under the Act and the
regulations, and

     (g)  specifying the Association's fiscal year.


Notice of objects or by-law changes
9   When the Association proposes to change its objects or by-laws under
the Societies Act, it shall give reasonable prior notice of the nature of
the proposed changes to the Minister.


     Transitional Provisions

Transitional
10(1)  Forthwith after the commencement of this section, cash and
securities, in an amount equal to the accumulated net revenue of the Fish
and Wildlife Trust Fund as at that commencement, are to be transferred to
the Association.

(2)  On the commencement of this subsection, all other property, assets,
liabilities and obligations of the Fish and Wildlife Trust Fund become the
property, assets, liabilities and obligations of the Association in so far
as they relate to a function delegated to the Association under section 2
of this Regulation.


     Consequential Amendments

Consequential amendments
11   The General Wildlife Regulation (AR 50/87) is amended

     (a)  in section 1(1) by adding the following after clause (f):

               (f.1)     "Association" means the Alberta Conservation
Association referred to in section 2(1) of the Alberta  Conservation
Association Delegated Authority Regulation;

     (b)  by adding the following after section 1:

     PART 1

     GENERAL

     (c)  by adding the following after section 31:

     PART 2

     COMPENSATION PROGRAMS

Interpretation of the Part
     31.1(1)  For the purposes of interpreting this Part in respect of
shot livestock compensation, "livestock" means domestic horse (Equus
caballus), domestic cow (Bos taurus) (indicus), domestic goat (Capra
hircus), domestic sheep (Ovis aries), domestic swine (Sus scrofa
domesticus) and Bison (Bison bison).

     (2)  For the purposes of interpreting this Part in respect of
wildlife predator compensation, "livestock" means domestic cow (Bos taurus)
(indicus), domestic goat (Capra hircus), domestic sheep (Ovis aries),
domestic swine (Sus scrofa domesticus) and Bison (Bison bison).

     (3)  In this Part, "compensation committee" means the committee
established under section 31.5(1).

Migratory game bird crop damage compensation
     31.2(1)  A person whose crop is damaged by migratory game birds may
claim compensation from the Minister for the crop so damaged if

               (a)  the Minister establishes a bait site,

               (b)  the Minister and the claimant have entered into a
written agreement relating to the bait site,

               (c)  the damaged crop is located within the area
specified in the agreement for the purposes of compensation, and

               (d)  the person has been approved for compensation
pursuant to Part 4 of the Agriculture Financial Services Regulation for the
same location and type of crop damaged.

     (2)  The amount of crop compensation payable for a claim under
subsection (1)

               (a)  shall be calculated for the same portion and amount
of crop that has been damaged as determined by the Agriculture Financial
Services Corporation for the purposes of determining compensation under
subsection (1)(d), and

               (b)  is limited to an amount that is equal to the
difference between the amount of compensation approved under subsection
(1)(d) and the value of the crop as determined by the Agriculture Financial
Services Corporation.

Shot livestock compensation
     31.3(1)  A person whose livestock is shot by another person in a
wildlife management unit in which there is an open season for hunting big
game or game birds by persons having licences of a type prescribed as
recreational may claim from the Minister shot livestock compensation for
the death of or injury to the livestock. 

     (2)  A claimant under subsection (1) must,

               (a)  within 3 days of learning of the death of or injury
to his livestock, report the death or injury to the nearest detachment of
the Royal Canadian Mounted Police,

               (b)  apply to the Minister, on a form supplied by the
Minister, for compensation for the dead or injured livestock, and

               (c)  provide a copy of the application referred to in
clause (b) to the nearest detachment of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

     (3)  The application must be signed by the claimant and show

               (a)  the name and address of the claimant,

               (b)  the date, place and legal description of the land
where the dead or injured livestock was discovered,

               (c)  an accurate description of the livestock and its
salvage value, if any,

               (d)  the name and address of the person who killed or
injured the livestock, if known to the claimant,

               (e)  the action taken to recover compensation from the
person who killed or injured the livestock or, if no action has been taken,
the reasons for not taking any action,

               (f)  the location on the animal of the injury or where
the shot occurred indicated on a diagram attached to the application,

               (g)  the date of the death or injury, and

               (h)  if applicable, the name and address of the person
reporting the death or injury to the claimant.

     (4)  The detachment of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police to which a
death or injury is reported under subsection (2)(a)

               (a)  may hire a veterinarian to examine a dead or
injured animal, and

               (b)  shall forward a copy of the report of its
investigation and a claim for compensation by the veterinarian hired under
clause (a), if any, to the Minister.

     (5)  Where livestock is confirmed as having been shot under the
circumstances described in subsection (1), the owner of the livestock may
submit a claim for fees previously paid by him to a veterinarian whose
services were requested by the owner in relation to the dead or injured
livestock, if the claim consists of fees paid for

               (a)  the veterinarian's investigation into whether the
animal was shot, or

               (b)  the medical treatment of the animal's injury,

     or both.

Wildlife predator compensation
     31.4(1)  A person whose livestock is killed or injured through
predation by wolves, grizzly bears, black bears or cougars may apply to the
Minister for wildlife predator compensation for the death of or injury to
the livestock.

     (2)  A claim under subsection (1) respecting an injured livestock
animal is to consist only of fees paid for the medical treatment of the
injured animal.

     (3)  An applicant under subsection (1) must, within 3 days of
learning of the death of or injury to the livestock, report that fact to an
office where a wildlife officer appointed under section 2(1) of the Act is
stationed.

     (4)  The application for compensation for the dead or injured
livestock must be on a form provided by the Minister.

     (5)  A person may submit an application for compensation for
livestock whose death is confirmed as probably being attributable to
predation described in subsection (1), if

               (a)  the livestock has been confirmed as probably having
died within 90 days of a confirmed death of or injury to other livestock
that has been attributed to predators referred to in subsection (1), and

               (b)  the location where the dead livestock was
discovered is not more than 10 kilometres from the location of that
confirmed death or injury.

     (6)  An investigation of the death of or injury to livestock for
which an application for wildlife predator compensation is made may be
conducted by a wildlife officer appointed under section 2(1) of the Act, a
veterinarian or, if such an officer is not readily available, a problem
wildlife specialist employed by the Department of Agriculture, Food and
Rural Development.

Compensation committee
     31.5(1)  The Minister shall ensure that a committee exists to
determine the amount of shot livestock and wildlife predator compensation
payable. 

     (2)  The compensation committee shall perform its functions in
accordance with this Part.

     (3)  For the purposes of shot livestock and wildlife predator
compensation, the compensation committee shall determine the value of a
livestock animal based on the commercial market value of the class of
livestock to which it belongs.

     (4)  The Minister shall determine whether an application is eligible
to be considered as

               (a)  a confirmed death of or injury to livestock for the
purposes of shot livestock compensation, or

               (b)  a confirmed death of or injury to livestock
resulting, or a death probably resulting, from predation for the purposes
of wildlife predator compensation. 

     (5)  The maximum amount of compensation payable for an animal whose
value has been determined pursuant to subsection (3) is,

               (a)  for shot livestock compensation for dead livestock,
85% of the value of the animal to a maximum, in the case of a horse, of
$2000, or

               (b)  for wildlife predator compensation for dead
livestock, 85% of the value of the animal for a confirmed death and 50% of
the value of an animal that has been determined to be a probable loss to
predation.

     (6)  The maximum amount of shot livestock or wildlife predator
compensation payable to the owner of livestock for the medical treatment of
an injured livestock animal is not to exceed the lesser of

               (a)  the amount paid by the applicant for the
veterinarian's bills and drugs and medication for the injured animal, and

               (b)  the maximum amount that could have been payable
under subsection (5)(a) or (b) if the injured animal had died.

Compensation generally
     31.6(1)  The Minister shall consider an application for compensation
in accordance with this Part and may accept or reject the claim.

     (2)  The amount of compensation to be paid for a claim respecting
veterinary fees is to be determined by the compensation committee.

     (3)  If an injured animal dies after receiving medical treatment, the
amount of compensation payable for the dead animal is to be reduced by the
amount paid under a claim for the medical treatment of the animal's injury,
if any.

     (4)  The amount of compensation payable under this section is to be
reduced by the amount or value realized by an applicant on a sale or
salvage of the dead or injured animal or any part of the animal.

     (5)  The Minster shall provide to a claimant the result of a decision
under subsection (1).

     (6)  A decision made by the Minister under subsection (1) is final.

     PART 3

     MISCELLANEOUS

     (d)  by repealing Schedule 5 and substituting the following:

     SCHEDULE 5

     PART 1

          Column 2
Item      (fee in
No.  Column 1  dollars)

1    resident black bear licence   10.80

2    resident supplemental black bear licence     10.80

3    resident cougar licence  43.41

4    resident mule deer licence    15.82

5    resident white-tailed deer licence 15.82

6    resident supplemental antlerless
     white-tailed deer licence     14.30

7    resident antlerless deer licence   6.03

8    resident elk licence     25.78

9    resident moose licence   15.78

10   resident trophy sheep licence 43.41

11   resident WMU 410 trophy sheep special licence     43.41

12   resident trophy sheep special licence   43.41

13   resident goat special licence 43.41

14   resident non-trophy sheep special licence    21.97

15   resident antlered moose special licence 15.78

16   resident calf moose special licence     15.78

17   resident antlerless moose special licence    15.78

18   resident antlered elk special licence   25.78

19   resident antlerless elk special licence 25.78

20   resident trophy antelope special licence     43.41

21   resident non-trophy antelope special licence 12.31

22   resident antelope archery special licence    43.41

23   resident Cypress Hills elk special licence   25.78

24   resident Cypress Hills elk archery licence   25.78

25   resident WMU 300 elk special licence    25.78

26   resident antlered mule deer special licence  15.78

27   resident antlerless mule deer special licence
        - issued to a youth   3.80
        - issued to a person who is not a youth   15.78

28   resident youth mule deer licence   3.80

29   resident antlered white-tailed deer special licence    15.82

30   resident antlerless white-tailed deer special licence  10.89

31   resident youth white-tailed deer licence     3.80

32   resident Strathcona white-tailed deer licence     10.89

33   resident Foothills deer licence    10.89

34   resident Camp Wainwright deer special licence     31.62

35   resident grizzly bear special licence   43.41

36   resident game bird licence    6.65

37   resident youth game bird licence   2.33

38   resident pheasant licence     FREE

39   resident Merriam's turkey special licence    20.45

40   non-resident black bear licence    54.06

41   non-resident supplemental black bear licence 54.06

42   non-resident black bear special licence 54.06

43   non-resident/non-resident alien wolf/coyote licence    21.55

44   non-resident alien wolf/coyote licence  21.55

45   non-resident cougar licence   117.81

46   non-resident cougar special licence     117.81

47   non-resident antlered mule deer licence 106.15

48   non-resident antlered mule deer special licence   106.15

49   non-resident antlered white-tailed deer licence   106.15

50   non-resident antlered white-tailed deer 
     special licence     106.15

51   non-resident antlered elk licence  117.81

52   non-resident antlered elk special licence    117.81

53   non-resident antlered moose licence     117.81

54   non-resident antlered moose special licence  117.81

55   non-resident/non-resident alien trophy sheep
     special licence     293.51

56   non-resident alien trophy sheep special licence   293.51

57   non-resident trophy antelope special licence 159.70

58   non-resident game bird licence     25.82

59   non-resident 3-day game bird licence    17.75

60   non-resident pheasant licence FREE

61   non-resident alien black bear special licence     80.75

62   non-resident alien cougar special licence    235.24

63   non-resident alien antlered mule deer special 
     licence   176.73

64   non-resident alien antlered white-tailed deer 
     special licence     176.73

65   non-resident alien antlered elk special licence   235.24

66   non-resident alien antlered moose special licence 235.24

67   non-resident alien trophy antelope special licence     212.74

68   non-resident alien game bird licence    80.75

69   non-resident alien 3-day game bird licence   54.49

70   non-resident alien pheasant licence     FREE

71   Minister's special licence    FREE


     PART 2

1    wildlife certificate     1.00

2    replacement wildlife certificate   FREE

3    resident youth wildlife certificate     1.00

4    resource development stamp    FREE

5    resident youth resource development stamp    FREE

6    replacement licence 7.52

7    resident youth licence replacement licence   1.08

8    replacement tag     2.01

9    non-resident/non-resident alien licence extension FREE

10   resident bow hunting permit   4.61

11   non-resident bow hunting permit    11.74

12   non-resident alien bow hunting permit   18.45

13   application for special licence    FREE

14   off-highway vehicle permit    FREE

15   cross-bow licence   FREE


     PART 3

1    class C guide's licence  25

2    outfitter-guide permit   100

3    taxidermy permit    5

4    tannery permit 10

5    class 1 fur dealer permit     100.00

6    class 2 fur dealer permit     500.00

7    resident fur management licence    20.00

8    registered fur management licence  40.00

9    registered fur management area fee 10.00 for each 36 
          square miles of area in excess of 72 square miles of area and
10.00 for any remaining area, maximum fee not to exceed 40.00

10   Indian fur management licence Free

11   Class A guide's licence  50

12   Class B guide's licence  25


     PART 4

1    subsistence hunting licence   Free

2    damage control licence   Free

3    export permit  Free

4    possession of found dead wildlife permit     $10

5    transfer of found dead wildlife permit (under
     section 8(1) of the Ministerial Regulation)  20

6    registration of wildlife for sale  20

7    resident quota licence   12


     Repeal

Repeal
12   The Fish and Wildlife Trust Fund Regulation (AR 277/85) is repealed as
at the end of March 31, 1997.


     Expiry

Expiry
13   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 October 1, 2001.


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     Alberta Regulation 39/97

     Professional and Occupational Associations Registration Act

     INFORMATION SYSTEMS PROFESSIONAL REGULATION

     Filed:  February 5, 1997

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 73/97) pursuant to
sections 9 and 14 of the Professional and Occupational Associations
Registration Act.


     Table of Contents

Definitions    1
Registration Committee   2
Registers 3
Powers and duties of Registration Committee  4
Review of application    5
Certificate of registration   6
Payment of fee 7
Registration as certified member   8
Registration as candidate member   9
Eligibility for renewal of registration 10
Continuing education     11
Discipline Committee     12
Written complaints  13
Costs     14
Cancellation and suspension   15
Cancellation on request  16
Non-payment of fees, etc.     17
Registration in error    18
Notice of cancellation or suspension    19
Reinstatement  20
Service of notices  21
Use of title   22
Standard of conduct 23

     Expiry
Expiry    24

Schedules


Definitions
1   In this Regulation, 

     (a)  "Act" means the Professional and Occupational Associations
Registration Act; 

     (b)  "Association" means the Canadian Information Processing Society
of Alberta;

     (c)  "Association Registrar" means the Registrar of the Association
appointed under the by-laws;

     (d)  "Board" means the Board of Directors of the Association
established in accordance with section 12(3) of the Act; 

     (e)  "by-laws" means the by-laws of the Association; 

     (f)  "candidate member" means a person whose name is entered in the
register of candidate members;

     (g)  "certified member" means a person whose name is entered in the
register of certified members; 

     (h)  "Discipline Committee" means the Discipline Committee
established pursuant to section 12;

     (i)  "education credit" means a credit granted pursuant to section
11;

     (j)  "Institute for Certification of Computer Professionals" means
the organization that administers standardized testing of information
systems professionals in North America with headquarters in Des Plaines,
Illinois, USA; 

     (k)  "practice of information systems" means the investigation,
analysis, design, development or management of information systems based on
computer and related technologies through the objective application of
specialized knowledge and professional judgment; 

     (l)  "primarily engaged in the practice of information systems"
means involved in the practice of information systems for a percentage of
normal business hours that is acceptable to the Association;

     (m)  "reciprocal association" means an association of information
systems professionals in a jurisdiction outside Alberta that has objects
that are similar to the objects of the Association and standards of
admission that are equivalent to or exceed the standards of admission of
the Association;

     (n)  "registered member" means a certified member, a candidate
member or a person whose name is entered in a register prescribed by the
by-laws; 

     (o)  "Registration Committee" means the Registration Committee
established pursuant to section 2.


Registration Committee
2(1)  There is hereby established the Registration Committee consisting of 

     (a)  one certified member who is a member of the Board and who shall
act as the chair, and 

     (b)  other certified members in the number prescribed by the
by-laws. 

(2)  The Registration Committee shall be appointed by the Board in
accordance with the by-laws. 

(3)  The Registration Committee shall meet at the call of the chair. 

(4)  A quorum at a meeting of the Registration Committee is one half of its
members. 


Registers
3(1)  The Association Registrar shall maintain, in accordance with this
Regulation and the by-laws,

     (a)  a register of certified members, 

     (b)  a register of candidate members, and 

     (c)  any other register prescribed by the by-laws. 

(2)  The Association Registrar shall enter in the appropriate register

     (a)  the name of an individual whose registration has been approved
under section 4 or 5 and who has paid the fee prescribed by the by-laws,
and 

     (b)  the address of record of that individual. 

(3)  The Association Registrar shall permit any person to inspect a
register during regular office hours.


Powers and duties of Registration Committee
4(1)  The Registration Committee shall consider each application for
registration as a registered member and may

     (a)  approve the registration, 

     (b)  refuse to approve the registration, or

     (c)  defer approval until the applicant has successfully completed
examinations, course work or work experience acceptable to the Association.

(2)  The Registration Committee shall send to the applicant 

     (a)  a written notice of its decision,  and

     (b)  if the decision is to refuse approval of the application,
reasons for the decision.


Review of application
5(1)  An applicant whose application for registration is refused by the
Registration Committee may, by notice in writing served on the Association
Registrar within 30 days of receiving a notice under section 4(2) and the
reasons for the decision, appeal the refusal to the Board. 

(2)  The notice of appeal shall set out the reasons why, in the applicant's
opinion, the application for registration should be approved.

(3)  An applicant who appeals a decision of the Registration Committee 

     (a)  shall be notified in writing by the Association Registrar of
the date, place and time at which the Board will hear the appeal, and 

     (b)  is entitled to appear with counsel and make representations to
the Board when it hears the appeal. 

(4)  A member of the Registration Committee who is also a member of the
Board may participate in the appeal but

     (a)  shall not vote on a decision of the Board under this section,
and

     (b)  shall not be counted for the purpose of quorum of the Board
when it is hearing the appeal.

(5)  On hearing an appeal under this section, the Board may make any
decision the Registration Committee may make and shall notify the applicant
of its decision in writing. 


Certificate of registration
6   On entering the name of an individual in the appropriate register, the
Association Registrar shall issue a certificate of registration to that
person.


Payment of fee
7   A registered member shall pay the fee prescribed by the by-laws to the
Association Registrar or to any person authorized by the Association
Registrar to accept payment of the fee. 


Registration as certified member
8(1)  An applicant who is primarily engaged in the practice of information
systems is entitled to be registered as a certified member on

     (a)  providing evidence that the applicant has

               (i)  graduated from a degree program set out in Schedule
1 and has, in the 2 years preceding the application for registration,
obtained at least 2000 hours of experience acceptable to the Registration
Committee in the practice of information systems,

               (ii) graduated from a technical program set out in
Schedule 2 and has, in the 5 years preceding the application for
registration, obtained at least 5000 hours of experience acceptable to the
Registration Committee in the practice of information systems, 

               (iii)     obtained a combination of academic qualifications
and experience that, in the opinion of the Registration Committee, is
substantially equivalent to the requirements identified in subclause (i) or
(ii), or

               (iv) in the 5 years preceding the application for
registration, obtained at least 5000 hours of experience acceptable to the
Registration Committee in the practice of information systems and has
passed one of the following examinations set by the Institute for the
Certification of Computer Professionals:

                         (A)  the Certified Computing Professional
examination; 

                         (B)  the Certified Data Processor
examination; 

                         (C)  the Certified Systems Professional
examination, 

     or

     (b)  providing evidence that the applicant

               (i)  began the practice of information systems before
1976, and

               (ii) has obtained at least 12 000 hours of experience
acceptable to the Registration Committee in the practice of information
systems.

(2)  Notwithstanding subsection (1), an applicant is entitled to be
registered as a certified member if the applicant is the equivalent of a
certified member in good standing of a reciprocal association.

(3)  An individual who, immediately before the coming into force of this
Regulation, was a certified member of the Association is entitled to be
registered as a certified member under this Regulation.


Registration as candidate member
9(1)  An applicant is entitled to be registered as a candidate member on
providing evidence that the applicant has 

     (a)  graduated from a degree program set out in Schedule 1,

     (b)  graduated from a technical program set out in Schedule 2,

     (c)  obtained academic qualifications that, in the opinion of the
Registration Committee, are substantially equivalent to the requirements
identified in clause (a) or (b), or

     (d)  in the 5 years preceding the application for registration,
passed one of the following examinations set by the Institute for the
Certification of Computer Professionals:

               (i)  the Certified Computing Professional examination;

               (ii) the Certified Data Processor examination;

               (iii)     the Certified Systems Professional examination.

(2)  Notwithstanding subsection (1), an applicant is entitled to be
registered as a candidate member if the applicant is the equivalent of a
candidate member in good standing with a reciprocal association.

(3)  Notwithstanding subsections (1) and (2), an individual may remain on
the register of candidate members only for the following periods of time:

     (a)  in the case of a candidate member who has graduated from a
degree program set out in Schedule 1, or who has obtained substantially
equivalent academic qualifications, a total of 2 years;

     (b)  in the case of a candidate member who has graduated from a
technical program set out in Schedule 2, or who has obtained substantially
equivalent academic qualifications, a total of 5 years;

     (c)  in the case of a candidate member who has met the requirements
of subsection (1)(d), a total of 5 years.

(4)  Notwithstanding subsection (3), the total period of time an individual
may remain on the register of candidate members may be extended by the
Registration Committee.


Eligibility for renewal of registration
10   Subject to section 9(3), an application for annual renewal of
registration as a certified member or a candidate member shall be approved
by the Registration Committee if the applicant provides evidence that 

     (a)  in the 3 years preceding the application for renewal, the
applicant 

               (i)  obtained at least 3000 hours of experience
acceptable to the Registration Committee in the practice of information
systems, and

               (ii) obtained at least 300 education credits, 

     or

     (b)  in the year preceding the application for renewal, the
applicant

               (i)  obtained at least 1000 hours of experience
acceptable to the Registration Committee in the practice of information
systems, and

               (ii) obtained at least 100 education credits.


Continuing education
11(1)  In this section, "developmental activity" means an activity that
enhances a registered member's knowledge of or proficiency in the practice
of information systems and includes the following:

     (a)  course work;

     (b)  course development;

     (c)  teaching;

     (d)  on-the-job coaching;

     (e)  writing published material;

     (f)  attendance at conferences or seminars;

     (g)  reading professional or technical literature;

     (h)  sitting examinations administered by the Institute for
Certification of Computer Professionals.

(2)  The Registration Committee may grant education credits to a registered
member for the satisfactory completion of a developmental activity approved
by the Registration Committee.

(3)  For the purpose of granting education credits pursuant to subsection
(2), the Registration Committee may establish a schedule setting out the
number of credits assigned to each developmental activity.


Discipline Committee
12(1)  There is hereby established the Discipline Committee consisting of 

     (a)  one certified member who is a member of the Board, and

     (b)  other certified members in the number prescribed by the
by-laws. 

(2)  The members of the Discipline Committee shall be appointed by the
Board in accordance with the by-laws.

(3)  The Discipline Committee shall meet at the call of the chair. 

(4)  A quorum at a meeting of the Discipline Committee is one half of its
members. 


Written complaints
13   A complaint made to the Discipline Committee shall be in writing and
signed by the complainant. 


Costs
14(1)  The Discipline Committee, with respect to hearings before it, and
the Board, with respect to reviews by it, may order the investigated person
to pay the following costs:

     (a)  the fee payable to the lawyer advising the Discipline Committee
or Board at the hearing or review and the fee payable to the lawyer acting
in a prosecutory role at the hearing or review;

     (b)  the cost of recording the evidence and preparing transcripts; 

     (c)  the expenses of the members of the Discipline Committee
including, without limitation, the daily allowances of those members;

     (d)  any other expenses incurred by the Association that are
incidental to the hearing or review. 

(2)  Where the Board determines under section 22(3)(a) of the Act that a
complaint is frivolous or vexatious, it may order the complainant to pay
the following costs: 

     (a)  the fee payable to the lawyer advising the Board at any hearing
held by the Board;

     (b)  any other expenses incurred by the Association that are
incidental to the hearing held by the Board. 


Cancellation and suspension
15(1)  The registration of a registered member is cancelled or suspended
when the decision to cancel or suspend the registration is made in
accordance with the Act or this Regulation. 

(2)  The Association Registrar shall enter a memorandum of the cancellation
or suspension of the registration in the appropriate register indicating

     (a)  the date of the cancellation or suspension,

     (b)  the period of the suspension, and

     (c)  the nature of any finding under Part 3 of the Act.

(3)  If the registration of a registered member is cancelled, the person
whose registration is cancelled shall, on request, surrender to the
Association Registrar all documents relating to the registration.


Cancellation on request
16   The Association Registrar shall not cancel the registration of a
registered member at the request of the registered member unless the
request for cancellation is approved by the Board.


Non-payment of fees, etc.
17(1)  The Board shall direct the Association Registrar to suspend or
cancel the registration of a registered member who is in default of payment
of any annual fees, penalties, costs or other fees, dues or levies payable
under the Act, this Regulation or the by-laws after the expiration of 60
days following the service on that person of a written notice by the Board,
unless that person complies with the notice. 

(2)  The notice under subsection (1) shall state that the Association
Registrar shall suspend or cancel the registration unless the fees,
penalties, costs, dues or levies are paid as indicated in the notice.


Registration in error
18   The Board shall direct the Association Registrar to cancel the
registration of any person that is entered in error in a register.



Notice of cancellation or suspension
19(1)  The Board may publish, in any manner it considers appropriate,
notice of the suspension or cancellation of the registration of a
registered member.

(2)  A notice published under subsection (1) may include

     (a)  the period of suspension, if applicable,

     (b)  a statement of the reasons for the cancellation or suspension,
and

     (c)  the nature of any finding and order made under Part 3 of the
Act. 


Reinstatement
20   The Association Registrar may reinstate in the applicable register a
registration that was cancelled or suspended for reasons not related to a
disciplinary order made under Part 3 of the Act if the previously
registered member

     (a)  pays any arrears owing to the Association,

     (b)  pays any reinstatement fee prescribed by the Board, and

     (c)  meets the eligibility requirements under section 10.


Service of notices
21   A notice to be served on the Association Registrar, the Board, the
Registration Committee or the Discipline Committee, or any member of those
committees or the Board, is sufficiently served if it is personally served
at, or sent by registered or certified mail to, the office of the
Association.


Use of title
22   A certified member may use the title "Information Systems
Professional", "Informaticien professionnel agr‚‚" and the abbreviations
"I.S.P.", "ISP", "I.P.A." and "IPA".


Standard of conduct
23  A registered member

     (a)  shall execute his duties in accordance with generally accepted
standards of practice,

     (b)  shall maintain currency in knowledge and skills necessary to
carry out his duties,

     (c)  shall undertake only such professional work that he is
competent to perform by virtue of his training and experience,

     (d)  shall express opinions on information systems matters only on
the basis of adequate knowledge and honest conviction,

     (e)  shall accurately represent his qualifications and competence,

     (f)  shall refer any incompetent, illegal or unethical conduct by an
information systems professional to the appropriate authority,

     (g)  shall maintain confidentiality with respect to all privileged
or personal information that comes to his attention through the practice of
information systems,

     (h)  shall not disseminate or allow to go unchallenged false or
misleading information relating to the practice of information systems, if
such information is likely to have significant consequences,

     (i)  shall not unreasonably withhold information relating to the
practice of information systems if withholding the information is contrary
to the public interest,

     (j)  shall endeavour to avoid  situations that create a conflict of
interest with his client or employer, and shall immediately disclose to the
client or employer, as the case may  be, any situation in which the
potential for conflict exists,

     (k)  shall maintain a collaborative relationship with co-workers in
the information systems profession and other fields, 

     (l)  shall work to encourage high standards of performance for
information systems professionals, and

     (m)  shall conduct himself in a professional, ethical and
responsible manner.


     Expiry

Expiry
24   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 March 1, 2002.


     SCHEDULE 1

     DEGREE PROGRAMS

University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta
     -    B.Sc. Honours Program and Specialization Program in Computer
Science


     SCHEDULE 2

     TECHNICAL PROGRAMS

Grande Prairie Regional College, Grande Prairie, Alberta
     -    Computer Systems Technology Program

Keyano College, Ft. McMurray, Alberta
     -    Computer Business Systems

Mount Royal College, Calgary, Alberta
     -    Diploma in Information Systems

Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT), Edmonton, Alberta
     -    Diploma in Computer Systems Technology

Red Deer College, Red Deer, Alberta
     -    Diploma in Computer Systems Technology

Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT), Calgary, Alberta
     -    Diploma in Computer Technology


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     Alberta Regulation 40/97

     Alberta Housing Act

     SOCIAL HOURSING ACCOMMODATION AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  February 7, 1997

Made by the Minister of Municipal Affairs (M.O. H:001/97)  pursuant to
section 34(1) of the Alberta Housing Act.


1   The Social Housing Accommodation Regulation (AR 244/94) is amended by
this Regulation.


2   Section 1(3)(b) is repealed and the following is substituted:

     (b)  payment of the family employment tax credit under the Alberta
Income Tax Act;



     Alberta Regulation 41/97

     Marketing of Agricultural Products Act

     TURKEY MARKETING AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  Feburary 7, 1997

Made by the Albera Turkey Growers Marketing Board pursuant to sections 26
and 27 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act.


1   The Turkey Marketing Regulation (AR 397/88) is amended by this
Regulation.


2   Section 20.1 is amended

     (a)  in subsection (3) by striking out "producers" and substituting
"producer's or lessor's";

     (b)  by adding the following after subsection (3):

          (3.1)  Notwithstanding subsection (3), a producer may export an
amount of turkey that is greater than the amount of the producer's or
lessor's base quota if

               (a)  the producer or lessor wishing to export a greater
amount of turkey submits to the Board for the Board's approval a detailed
plan with respect to the amount of turkey that the producer or lessor
wishes to export,

               (b)  the Board has given authorization to the producer
or lessor to export that greater amount of turkey as specified in the
authorization, and

               (c)  the exportation of the turkey is carried out in
accordance with the policy established by the Canadian Turkey Marketing
Agency.


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     Alberta Regulation 42/97

     Bee Act

     BEE REGULATION

     Filed:  February 10, 1997

Made by the Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Development pursuant to
section 13 of the Bee Act.


          Table of Contents
     
Test 1
Diseases  2
Registration   3,4
Bee import     5
Appeal    6
Identification 7
Repeal    8
Coming into force   9
Expiry    10

Schedule


Test
1   The test for European bees is the wet weight part of the test known as
"Fast Africanized Bee Identification System (FABIS)", as described in "Fast
Africanized Bee Identification System (FABIS) Manual" by Sylvester and
Rinderer published in the American Bee Journal, July 1987, page 511.


Diseases
2   The following are designated as bee diseases:

     (a)  American foulbrood (Bacillus larvae);

     (b)  European foulbrood (Melissococcus pluton and associated
bacteria);

     (c)  Chalkbrood (Ascosphaera apis);

     (d)  Nosemosis (Nosema apis);

     (e)  Sacbrood (Sacbrood virus);

     (f)  Acarosis (Acarapis woodi Renni) (Tracheal mites);

     (g)  Varroosis (Varroa jacobsoni Oudemans) Varroa;

     (h)  Tropilaelaps (Tropilaelaps clareae Delfinado & Baker).


Registration
3(1)  A beekeeper must apply for registration with the Provincial
Apiculturist each year.

(2)  An applicant for registration must provide the following information
to the Provincial Apiculturist:

     (a)  full name, address and telephone number of the applicant;

     (b)  the number of colonies of bees owned by the applicant;

     (c)  the number of apiaries owned by the applicant and the names of
the municipalities in which they are located;

     (d)  if the applicant has purchased live bees within the preceding
12 months or since the last registration, the names of the persons who
provided the bees.


Registration
4(1)  On receipt of a complete application for registration, the Provincial
Apiculturist must register, and issue a certificate of registration to, the
applicant.

(2)  The certificate of registration is valid from the time it is issued to
the next following June 29th.


Bee import
5(1)  No person shall import bees into Alberta from a province or any part
of a province designated in the Schedule unless

     (a)  the bees have been treated with a pesticide in a manner that is
approved by the Provincial Apiculturist and that is in compliance with the
Pest Control Products Act (Canada), and

     (b)  the person has written permission in accordance with section
7(1) of the Act.

(2)  Subsection (1) does not apply

     (a)  to beekeepers who maintain a beekeeping operation in
Saskatchewan or British Columbia within 25 kilometres of the Alberta
border, who winter all their bees solely in that location and are importing
the bees to registered apiary locations in Alberta within 25 kilometres
from the Saskatchewan or British Columbia border, as the case may be, or

     (b)  to beekeepers who maintain a beekeeping operation in Alberta
within 25 kilometres of the border with Saskatchewan or British Columbia,
who winter all their bees solely in that location, who have exported the
bees to registered apiary locations within 25 kilometres of Alberta in
Saskatchewan or British Columbia, as the case may be, and who are importing
them back into Alberta.


Appeal
6(1)  An appeal may be commenced under section 11 of the Act by filing with
the office of the Minister, during regular business hours, a notice of
appeal that sets out the grounds of the appeal and includes a copy of the
order being appealed.

(2)  An appeal panel appointed by the Minister, consisting of no fewer than
3 persons and no more than 5 persons, the majority of whom are
representatives of the Alberta Beekeepers Association, must

     (a)  hear the appeal within 10 days, not including holidays, of the
day the notice of appeal is filed, and

     (b)  render a decision within 20 days, not including holidays, of
hearing the appeal.

(3)  If an appeal is commenced, the appeal panel may direct that the order
under section 7 or 8 of the Act not be carried out or that the bees not be
moved until it renders a decision under subsection (2).


Identification
7   The document used for identification of apiculture inspectors must be
signed by the Minister and must state the name of the apiculture inspector
and the expiry date of the appointment as apiculture inspector.


Repeal
8   The Bee (Designation of Disease) Regulation (Alta. Reg. 154/93) and
Beekeeper Registration Regulation (Alta. Reg. 66/91) are repealed.


Coming into force
9   This Regulation comes into force on the coming into force of the Bee
Act, S.A. 1995 cB-2.1.


Expiry
10   For purposes of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for ongoing
relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be repassed in its
present or amended form following a review, this Regulation expires on
December 1, 2001.


     SCHEDULE
     (Section 5)

Provinces or parts of provinces from which importation is restricted by
section 5(1), but subject to section 5(2):

     1   British Columbia except the areas known as

               (a)  Vancouver Island;

               (b)  the Gulf Islands.

     2   Saskatchewan.

     3   Manitoba.

     4   Ontario.

     5   Quebec.

     6   New Brunswick.

     7   Nova Scotia.


     Alberta Regulation 43/97

     Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act

     PESTICIDE (MINISTERIAL) REGULATION

     Filed:  February 11, 1997

Made by the Minister of Environmental Protection (M.O. 5/97) pursuant to
sections 81 and 158 of the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act.


     Table of Contents

Definitions    1
Classification of pesticides  2
Applicator certificate required    3
Qualifications for applicator certificate    4
Certificate for aerial application 5
Notice to provide information: applicator    6
Service registration     7
Application for service registration    8
Special use approval     9
Application for special use approval    10
Creating records    11
Keeping records     12
Notice to provide information: pesticide service registration    13
Vendor registration 14
Application for vendor registration     15
Refusal of registration  16
Wholesale vendor records 17
Retail vendor records    18
Keeping of records  19
Notice to provide information: retail vendors     20

     Transitional
Transitional - applicators    21

     Repeals
Repeal    22

     Coming into Force
Coming into force   23

Schedules


Definitions
1(1)  In this Regulation,

     (a)  "cultivated land" means land that has been cleared, improved
and prepared to raise agricultural crops or livestock, and includes
pastures, improved range and privately-owned residential land that produces
turf and ornamental plantings;

     (b)  "forest management" means the management of a forest for wood,
fibre, wildlife or recreation;

     (c)  "indoor use" means use inside a building, including use in
aquariums, on houseplants and on fabrics;

     (d)  "multiple-family dwelling" means one or more dwellings
consisting of individual living units, whether attached to one another by a
common wall or not, including but not limited to apartments, townhouses and
condominiums;

     (e)  "park" means land whose primary use is public recreation and to
which the public has access;

     (f)  "ready-to-use" means a pesticide that does not require any
mixing or loading prior to use;

     (g)  "right of way" means land used for power lines, pipelines,
irrigation or drainage canals, roadways or railways; 

     (h)  "wildlife official" means a wildlife guardian or wildlife
officer appointed by the Minister under the Wildlife Act. 

(2)  Terms that are defined in the Pesticide Sales, Handling, Use and
Application Regulation have the same meaning when they are used in this
Regulation.


Classification of pesticides
2   Pesticides classified in Schedules 1 to 4 of this Regulation are
pesticides to which Part 8 of the Act and the Pesticide Sales, Handling,
Use, and Application Regulation apply.


Applicator certificate required
3(1)  No person shall use or apply a pesticide listed in Schedule 1 or 2
unless that person

     (a)  holds the appropriate class of applicator certificate listed in
Schedule 5 for that use or application, or
 
     (b)  is working under the supervision of an applicator and in
accordance with the latest edition of the Environmental Code of Practice
for Pesticides, published by the Department.

(2)  Subsection (1) does not apply to

     (a)  a commercial agriculturalist using or applying pesticides on
land he owns or where the use or application of pesticides takes place as
part of the exchange of agricultural production services among commercial
agriculturalists,

     (b)  a person using or applying pesticides for acreage or hobby
greenhouse use in accordance with section 20 of the Pesticide Sales,
Handling, Use and Application Regulation,

     (c)  a public officer using or applying pesticides under the
authority of the Agricultural Pests Act, the Bee Act, the Public Health Act
or the Weed Control Act, or 

     (d)  a designated employee of the Government using or applying
pesticides that are fish toxicants or vertebrate toxicants as part of a
program of the Government.

(3)  No person, other than a person referred to in subsection (1), shall
use or apply a pesticide listed in Schedule 3

     (a)  in a rental dwelling used for human habitation, 

     (b)  in or on the grounds of a school, hospital, nursing home or
daycare facility,

     (c)  in the common areas of a multiple-family dwelling, including
but not limited to hallways and laundry rooms,

     (d)  on the common grounds of a multiple-family dwelling, including
but not limited to playgrounds, recreational areas, lawns and swimming
pools, or

     (e)  for hire or reward.

(4)  Subsection (3)(a) does not apply to a person who uses or applies the
pesticide in a dwelling that the person rents.


Qualifications for applicator certificate
4(1)  An applicant for an applicator certificate must

     (a)  be at least of 18 years of age, and

     (b)  pass an examination recognized by the Director concerning the
proper and safe handling, use, storage, application and disposal of
pesticides used in the class of applicator certificate for which the
applicant is applying.
(2)  The Director may refuse to issue an applicator certificate if

     (a)  the applicant has contravened the Act or this Regulation or the
Pest Control Products Act (Canada) or any of the regulations under that
Act, or

     (b)  the Director considers that the applicant is not able to
conduct pesticide applications in accordance with the Act and this
Regulation.


Certificate for aerial application
5   In addition to the requirements of section 4, an applicant for an
aerial applicator certificate must establish to the Director's or the
authorized representative of a designated organization's satisfaction that
the applicant holds the appropriate flight crew licence issued under the
Aeronautics Act (Canada).


Notice to provide information: applicator
6(1)  The Director may, at any time by notice in writing, request an
applicator to provide information with respect to the applicator's
pesticide application activities, including but not limited to the
following:

     (a)  the applicator's current employer;

     (b)  the applicator's current address;

     (c)  the use of particular pesticides;

     (d)  the name and address of assistants who have used or applied
pesticides on behalf of the applicator.

(2)  A person who receives a notice under subsection (1) must comply with
it.

(3)  The applicator must notify the Director within 30 days of the date of
a change of the applicator's mailing address or name.


Service registration
7(1)  No person shall, unless that person holds a pesticide service
registration,

     (a)  offer or provide a service involving the use or application of
a pesticide for hire or reward, or

     (b)  use or apply a pesticide listed in Schedule 1, 2 or 3, whether
or not for hire or reward,

               (i)  on a right of way,

               (ii) on a park, boulevard, campground or picnic area
located on public land, or

               (iii)     for forest management.

(2)  Subsection (1)(b)(i) does not apply where

     (a)  the pesticide is used or applied by the owner of the right of
way for agricultural production, 

     (b)  the pesticide is used or applied in accordance with an approval
that authorizes the use or application and is issued in respect of an
activity listed in Division 3 of Schedule 1 to the Activities Designation
Regulation, or 

     (c)  the pesticide is a fish toxicant or vertebrate toxicant and is
used or applied by a designated employee of the Government as part of a
program of the Government.


Application for service registration
8(1)  An applicant for a pesticide service registration must submit an
application in a form acceptable to the Director containing the following
information:

     (a)  the name and address of the applicant;

     (b)  the location and description of each outlet where the applicant
will offer a service involving the use or application of a pesticide;

     (c)  the nature of the service the applicant will be providing;

     (d)  the name and address of all applicators who will be working for
the applicant;

     (e)  any other information the Director may require.

(2)  The Director may refuse to issue a pesticide service registration
where

     (a)  the applicant has contravened the Act, this Regulation, the
Pesticide Sales, Handling, Use and Application Regulation, or the Pest
Control Products Act (Canada) or any of the regulations under that Act, 

     (b)  the Director considers that the applicant is not able to
conduct pesticide applications in accordance with the Act, this Regulation
or the Pesticide Sales, Handling, Use and Application Regulation, or

     (c)  the applicant intends to conduct aerial applications, unless
the applicant holds the appropriate authorizations to operate a commercial
air service under the Aeronautics Act (Canada).

Special use approval
9(1)  No person shall, unless the person holds a special use approval
issued by the Director,

     (a)  use or apply a pesticide in or on an open body of water,

     (b)  use or apply a pesticide listed in Schedule 1, 2 or 3 within a
horizontal distance of 30 metres from an open body of water,

     (c)  store a pesticide within a horizontal distance of 30 metres
from an open body of water, or

     (d)  wash equipment or vehicles used to apply pesticides within a
horizontal distance of 30 metres from an open body of water.

(2)  Subsection (1)(a) does not apply to a person using or applying a fish
toxicant in accordance with a written authorization issued by the Director
of Fisheries Management of the Department. 

(3)  Subsection (1)(a) and (1)(b) do not apply to a person using or
applying a vertebrate toxicant bait in, on or within 30 horizontal metres
of a frozen open body of water pursuant to a Government pest control
program. 

(4)  Subsection (1)(b) does not apply to

     (a)  an applicator using or applying pesticides in accordance with
the latest edition of the Environmental Code of Practice for Pesticides
published by the Department, or

     (b)  a person using or applying pesticides on cultivated land.


Application for special use approval
10   An applicant for a special use approval must submit an application in
a form acceptable to the Director containing the following information:

     (a)  the name and address of the applicant;

     (b)  the location of the area to be treated;

     (c)  the pest to be controlled;

     (d)  the name of the pesticide to be used;

     (e)  alternative pest management strategies that have been
investigated;

     (f)  any other information the Director may require.


Creating records
11(1)  An applicator who uses or applies a pesticide must record the
following information in a form acceptable to the Director by the end of
the day on which the pesticide was used or applied:

     (a)  the name of the person for whom the pesticide was applied;

     (b)  the location where the pesticide was applied;

     (c)  the year, month, day and time at which the pesticide was
applied;

     (d)  the name of the pest and purpose for which the pesticide was
applied;

     (e)  the approved common name or trade name of the pesticide and the
Pest Control Products Act (Canada) registration number;

     (f)  the application rate and total quantity of the pesticide
applied;

     (g)  the method of application;

     (h)  if the pesticide was applied outside an enclosed structure, the
meteorological conditions prevailing at the time of application, including
temperature, humidity, precipitation and approximate wind speed and
direction;

     (i)   the location and distance of any pesticide used or applied
within 30 horizontal metres of an open body of water.

(2)  Where the applicator is conducting applications under the authority of
a pesticide service registration, the applicator must submit a copy of the
record referred to in subsection (1) to the pesticide service registration
holder employing the applicator.

(3)  Where a pesticide service registration holder employs an applicator to
conduct pesticide applications, the pesticide service registration holder
must obtain a copy of the record referred to in subsection (1) from the
applicator.


Keeping records
12   A pesticide service registration holder who receives records and an
applicator who makes records referred to in section 11(1) must maintain
those records for a period of not less than 5 years from the date of the
application of the pesticide to which the record relates.


Notice to provide information: pesticide services registration
13(1)  The Director may, at any time, by notice in writing request a
pesticide service registration holder to provide information with respect
to the pesticide service registration holder's pesticide application
operations, including but not limited to the following:

     (a)  the applicators employed by the pesticide service registration
holder;

     (b)   a description of the pesticide service registration holder's
pesticide application operations;

     (c)  the use of particular pesticides.

(2)  A person who receives a notice under subsection (1) shall comply with
it.


Vendor registration
14(1)  No person shall sell at wholesale a pesticide listed in Schedule 1,
2 or 3 unless the person holds a wholesale vendor registration. 

(2)  No person shall sell at retail a pesticide listed in Schedule 1 or 2
unless he  holds a  retail vendor registration. 


Application for vendor registration
15   An application for a wholesale vendor registration or a retail vendor
registration must include the following information:

     (a)  the name and address of the applicant;

     (b)  the location and description of each outlet where the applicant
will sell pesticides at wholesale or retail, as the case may be;

     (c)  the location and description of all storage facilities in
Alberta at which the applicant will store pesticides;

     (d)  a 24-hour emergency number for the applicant or his agent;

     (e)  a description of any groceries, food or personal use items
stored or sold on the premises at which pesticides will be stored or from
which pesticides will be sold;

     (f)  in the case of an application for a retail vendor registration,
the names of all dispensers for each sales outlet to be covered by the
registration;

     (g)  the name of the chief executive officer if the applicant is a
corporation;

     (h)  any other information the Director may require.


Refusal of registration
16   The Director may refuse to issue a wholesale vendor registration or
retail vendor registration if

     (a)  the applicant has contravened the Act, this Regulation, the
Pesticide Sales, Handling, Use and Application Regulation or the Pest
Control Products Act (Canada) or any of the regulations under that Act, or

     (b)  the Director considers that the applicant is not able to sell
pesticides in accordance with the Act , this Regulation or the Pesticide
Sales, Handling, Use and Application Regulation.


Wholesale vendor records
17(1)  A person who sells a pesticide at wholesale must keep a record of
each sale of a pesticide listed in Schedule 1, 2 or 3 stating

     (a)  the name and mailing address of the purchaser,

     (b)  the name and total quantity of the pesticide sold,

     (c)  the date of the sale, and 

     (d)  where the purchaser 

               (i)  is the holder of a wholesale vendor registration,
the purchaser's registration number,

               (ii) is the holder of a retail vendor registration,

                         (A)  the purchaser's registration number,
and

                         (B)  the dispenser's name and certificate
number, 

               or

               (iii)     sells at retail pesticides listed in Schedule 3,
the dispenser's name and certificate number.

(2)  A wholesale vendor must forward to the Director a summary of a record
maintained pursuant to subsection (1) in a form acceptable to the Director
within 30 days of a request in writing by the Director.


Retail vendor records
18   A person who sells a pesticide at retail must keep a record of each
sale of a pesticide listed in Schedule 1 or 2 stating

     (a)  the name and mailing address of the purchaser,

     (b)  the name and total quantity of the pesticide sold,

     (c)  the date of the sale, and

     (d)  where the purchaser 

               (i)  is the holder of a pesticide service registration,
the purchaser's registration number, 

               (ii) is the holder of a an applicator certificate, the
purchaser's certificate number, 

               (iii)     is a commercial agriculturalist, acreage owner or
hobby greenhouse owner, the legal description of the purchaser's land, 

               (iv) is authorized or certified pursuant to section 13
of the Pesticide, Sales, Handling, Use or Application Regulation, the
authorization or certification number of the purchaser, or

               (v)  is a beekeeper purchasing cyanide, the beekeeper
registration number of the purchaser.


Keeping of records
19   Information in a record kept under section 17 or 18 must be kept for
at least 5 years after it is entered in the record.


Notice to provide information: retail vendors
20(1)  The Director may, at any time, by notice in writing request a person
who sells a pesticide at retail to provide information with respect to the
sale of pesticides, including but not limited to the following:

     (a)  the name of the dispensers employed by the person who sells at
retail;

     (b)  the sale of specified pesticides.

(2)  A person who receives a notice under subsection (1) must comply with
it.


     Transitional

Transitional - applicators
21   A conditional applicator may continue to use or apply a pesticide in
accordance with the Pesticide (Ministerial) Regulation (AR 127/93) but only
until the conditional applicator's certificate expires.


     Repeals

Repeal
22   The Pesticide (Ministerial) Regulation (Alta. Reg. 127/93) is
repealed.


     Coming into Force

Coming into force
23   This Regulation comes into force on February 7, 1997.



     SCHEDULE 1

     Schedule 1 Pesticides

1   The following, unless they are classified as Schedule 4 pesticides, are
classified as Schedule 1 pesticides:

     Pesticides with a label product class designation as required by the
Pest Control Products Act (Canada) other than the class designation
"DOMESTIC", where the pesticide is:

               (a)  a fumigant or suspension in air containing any of
the following active ingredients:

                    ALP            ALUMINUM PHOSPHIDE
                    CPN            CHLOROPICRIN
                    DVP            DICHLORVOS
                    HCN            CALCIUM CYANIDE
                    LIN            LINDANE
                    MBR            METHYL BROMIDE
                    NIA            NICOTINE
                    PTH            PARATHION
                    SFT            SULFOTEP PLUS RELATED ACTIVE
COMPOUNDS

               (b)  a fungicide containing any of the following active
ingredients:

                    MCC            MERCURIC CHLORIDE
                    MSC            MERCUROUS CHLORIDE
                    VIL            VINCLOZOLIN

               (c)  a herbicide containing any of the following active
ingredients:

                    ACL            ACROLEIN
                    DNB            DINOSEB
                    OXR            OXYFLUORFEN

               (d)  an insecticide containing any of the following
active ingredients:

                    ADC            ALDICARB
                    AMC            AMINOCARB
                    CAF            CARBOFURAN
                    CFV            CHLORFENVINPHOS
                    COY            TERBUFOS
                    DIS            DISULFOTON
                    DSG            1,3-DICHLOROPROPENE
                    DYF            FONOFOS
                    FEM            FENITROTHION
                    FOM            FORMENTATE HYDROCHLORIDE
                    GOO            AZINPHOS-METHYL
                    MED            METHIDATHION
                    MML            METHOMYL
                    MOM            METHAMIDOPHOS
                    OXB            OXAMYL
                    PHR            PHORATE
                    SFL            SODIUM FLUORIDE
          
               (e)  a vertebrate toxicant containing any of the
following active ingredients:

                    AMP            4-AMINOPYRIDINE
                    AZA            AZACOSTEROL HYDROCHLORIDE
                    HCN            SODIUM CYANIDE
                    STR            STRYCHNINE
                    SUF            SODIUM FLUOROACETATE

               (f)  a vertebrate toxicant containing the active
ingredient fenthion for use as an avicide;

               (g)  a vertebrate toxicant containing the active
ingredient zinc phosphide for use as a tracking powder.


     SCHEDULE 2

     Schedule 2 Pesticides

1   The pesticides referred to in sections 2 and 3, unless they are
classified as Schedule 1 or Schedule 4 pesticides, are classified as
Schedule 2 pesticides.

2   A pesticide with a label product class designation as required by the
Pest Control Products Act (Canada) other than "DOMESTIC".

3   A fertilizer that is required to be registered under the Fertilizers
Act (Canada) and that contains any of the following pesticide active
ingredients:

          PMA       PHENYLMERCURIC ACETATE
          PTX            OXYCARBOXIN
          QTZ            QUINTOZENE
          SID            SIDURON
          THI            THIRAM
          TPM       THIOPHANATE METHYL
          VIT            CARBATHIIN


     SCHEDULE 3

     Schedule 3 Pesticides

1   The pesticides referred to in sections 2 and 3, unless they are
classified as Schedule 4 pesticides, are classified as Schedule 3
pesticides.

2   Any pesticide with a label product class designation required by the
Pest Control Products Act (Canada) of "DOMESTIC".

3   Any fertilizer that is required to be registered under the Fertilizers
Act (Canada) that contains a pesticide active ingredient other than one
listed in section 3 of Schedule 2.


     SCHEDULE 4

     Schedule 4 Pesticides

1(1)  In this Schedule,

     (a)  "Code" means the 3-letter code used by federal authorities
responsible for the Pest Control Products Act (Canada) to identify active
ingredients;

          Code      Compound

          BRF            BRODIFACOUM
          BRM       BROMADIOLONE
          CGO       CHOLECALCIFEROL
          CHP            CHLOROPHACINONE
          CPD            3-CHLORO-1,2-PROPANEDIOL
          DPC            DIPHACINONE
          EGO       ERGOCALCIFEROL
          GUM       NATURAL GUM RESINS
          PIN            PINDONE
          POB            POLYMERIZED BUTENES
          SIL            SILICA AEROGEL or SILICA GEL    (AMORPHOUS)
          SIO            SILICON DIOXIDE
          SQS            SULFAQUINOXALINE
          WAR       WARFARIN

     (b)  "Formulation" or "(FORM)" means the 2-letter code used by
federal authorities responsible for the Pest Control Products Act (Canada)
to identify formulations and includes:

               (i)  Granular (GR)
               (ii) Paste (PA)
               (iii)     Pellets (PT)
               (iv) Pressurized Product (PP)
               (v)  Particulate (PT)
               (vi) Solution (SN)
               (vii)     Slow-Release Generator (SR)
               (viii)    Solid (SO)
               (ix) Tablet (TA)

     (c)  "Marketing" or "(MARK)" means the single letter code used by
federal authorities responsible for the Pest Control Products Act (Canada)
to identify appropriate markets for pesticide formulations and includes:

               (i)  Domestic (D)
               (ii) Commercial (C)
               (iii)     Restricted (R)
               (iv) Manufacturing (M)
               (v)  Technical Active Ingredient (T)

     (d)  "Product Type Codes" or "(PRTP)" means the 3-letter code used
by federal authorities responsible for the Pest Control Products Act
(Canada) to identify product types;

     (e)  "Ready-to-use" or "(RTU)" means the pesticide does not require
mixing with any dilutent and is ready-to-use.

(2)  Pesticides with a formulation that meets the criteria in columns I, II
and III are classified as Schedule 4 pesticides.


          
`COLUMN I COLUMN II COLUMN III
Product Type (PRTP)      Code MARK & Description
               of PRTP if required

(a)  additive (laundry) (LAA) all  all D and C formulations

(b)  adjuvant, surfactant (ADJ)    all  all C formulations sold as
separate products for tank mixes with other pesticides; includes additives,
coloured marker dyes, defoamers, drift control agents, particulating
agents, pH adjusters, spreader-stickers

(c)  air sanitizer (AIS) all  all D and C formulations

(d)  algaecide (ALG)     all  all D formulations

(e)  animal repellent (ARP)   all  all D, C and R formulations used to
repel bears, deer, rabbits, cats, dogs, rodents and other vertebrates other
than birds

(f)  anti-fouling paint (AFP) all  all D and C formulations

(g)  anti-sapstain wood preservative
     (SAP)     all  all D and C formulations

(h)  bird repellent (BRP)     POB  all D and C formulations

(i)  hard-surface disinfectant (DIS)    all  all D and C formulations

(j)  heavy duty wood preservative
     (HDW)     all  all D and C formulations

(k)  insect growth regulator (IGR) all  all D and C formulations for use
on domestic pets only

(l)  insect repellent (IRP)   all  all D and C formulations

          (m)  insecticide (INS)   (i) all   (i)  all D and C
formulations for fabric impregnation

          (ii) all  (ii) all D and C formulations with FORM as PP
(aerosols)

          (iii) all (iii)     all D formulations of ant killer and (RTU)
insect bait stations with FORM as SN, SO or PA

          (iv) all  (iv) all D and C formulations of moth balls as
flakes, cakes, blocks or crystals

          (v) all   (v)  all C formulations of livestock insecticides
where the label use directions pertain to the direct application to
livestock, livestock bedding, corrals, barns, pens, stables and other
livestock enclosures

          (vi) GUM  (vi) all D and C formulations 

          (vii) SIL, SIO (vii)     all D and C formulations 

          (viii) all     (viii)    all D formulations (RTU) at least one
use in dwellings

          (ix) all  (ix) all D formulations of mosquito coils

          (x) all   (x)  all D and C formulations of fly baits with
FORM as GR, PT or SO

          (xi) all  (xi) all D and C formulations of insect strips
with FORM as SR
          
(n)  joinery wood preservative
     (JON)     all  all D and C formulations

(o)  material preservative (MPS)   all  all D and C formulations

(p)  plant growth regulator (PGR)  all  all D formulations
          

(q)  pruning paint (PRP) all  all D and C formulations

(r)  remedial wood preservative
     (REM)     all  all D and C formulations

(s)  rodenticide (ROD)   (i) all   (i)  all D formulations

               (ii) BRF, BRM,        (ii)    all C formulations (RTU)
with FORM as PE, PT,
               CGO, CHP,      SO or TA (bars, blocks, cakes, pellets,
baits or
               CPD, DPC,      cakes, pellets, baits or tablets)
registered for rat or
               EGO, PIN, SQS       mouse control only
               WAR  

(t)  swimming pool chemicals
     (SWA, SWB)     all  all D and C formulations

(u)  slimicide (SLI)     all  all D and C formulations

(v)  wood preservative (WPS)  all  all D and C formulations

(w)  wood preservative stain (STN) all  all D and C formulations

(x)  pesticides registered for 
     reformulation or    all  all M and T formulations
     remanufacturing only (N/A)    

(y)  pesticides exempt from   all  any formulation
     registration under the
     Pest Control Products
     Act (Canada)
     (N/A)

     SCHEDULE 5

     Classes of Certificates

1   Aerial - application of pesticides by air to forests, rights of way,
and agricultural land, including orchards.

This class includes the use of insecticides for control of mosquito or
biting fly larvae or adults.


2   Agriculture - use of pesticides by ground application for agricultural
production, including but not limited to berries, grains, forage crops,
grapes, seed crops, ornamentals, tree seedlings, tree fruits and vegetables
in fields, orchards or shelterbelts, pasture and rangelands.

This class includes control of noxious weeds, aquatic weed control in
dugouts with no outflow, control of livestock and poultry pests, on-farm
seed treatment and bird and rodent control around farm buildings associated
with crop production.  This class does not include pesticides use in
greenhouses, commercial seed treatments or use of fumigants.


3   Aquatic - use of pesticides for control of aquatic vegetation in still
or flowing water or in areas left exposed during periods of low water.

This class includes herbicide applications in lakes, rivers, irrigation
canals, ditches and dugouts.


4   Forestry - use of pesticides by ground application in forest management
operations, including site preparation, brushing, conifer release,
thinning, insect control, disease control and use of vertebrate repellents.

This class includes pesticide use in forest seed orchards, outdoor
nurseries, woodlands and plantations.


5   Fumigation - use of fumigants for soil fumigation, within enclosed
structures or under vapour-proof barriers.

This class includes fumigation in grain bins and elevators, buildings, rail
cars, trucks and closed vaults.


6   Greenhouse - use of pesticides (excluding the use of fumigants) in
greenhouses during the storage, display or production of agricultural
crops, including vegetables, mushrooms, ornamentals and forest tree
seedlings.

This class includes associated pesticide use on areas immediately
surrounding greenhouses.


7   Industrial - use of pesticides by ground application for controlling
vegetation on industrial and non-crop land, including but not limited to
roadsides, powerlines, pipelines, rights of way, railways, well sites and
equipment yards.

This class includes herbicide applications to parking lots and road beds
during road construction and the control of designated noxious or
restricted weeds.


8   Landscape - use of pesticides by ground application in the maintenance
of ornamental trees, shrubs, flowers and turf, on outdoor residential,
commercial (e.g. golf courses and cemeteries) and public land.

This class includes pesticide use in outdoor nurseries for propagation of
landscape and garden plants and rodent control for landscape maintenance,
but does not include soil fumigants.  In addition, this class includes the
control of designated noxious or restricted weeds.


9   Biting Fly - use of insecticides by ground application for control of
mosquito or biting fly larvae or adults.


10   Structural - use of pesticides for the control of pests inside
structures (excluding plant pests in greenhouses or interior plantscapes)
or on exterior surfaces of structures.

This class includes the use of rodenticides in and around structures.


11   Special - the application of a pesticide for a specific use not
covered by other classes, including, but not limited to, the following:

          - seed or interior plantscapes;
          - to control  fish and invertebrate aquatic nuisances;
          - to control plant roots in sewer systems;
          - to inhibit potato sprouting.


12   Restricted - the application of pesticides is restricted to a limited
number of activities within one of the classes of certificates listed.


     Alberta Regulation 44/97

     Municipal Government Act

     COLD LAKE - GRAND CENTRE REGIONAL UTILITY SERVICES
     COMMISSION AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  February 12, 1997

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 102/97) pursuant to
section 602.02 of the Municipal Government Act.


1   The Cold Lake - Grand Centre Regional Utility Services Commission
Regulation (AR 265/86) is amended by this Regulation.


2   The title  of the Regulation is amended by striking out "- Grand
Centre".


3   The following is added after section 1:

Change of name
     1.1(1)  The name of the Commission is changed to the Cold Lake
Regional Utility Services Commission.

     (2)  The change of name does not affect any obligation, right, action
or property of the Commission.

     (3)  The use of the old name of the Commission in any proceedings,
agreements, notices or documents after the name has been changed does not
affect the validity of those proceedings, agreements, notices or documents.


4   Section 2(a) and (b) are repealed and the following is substituted:

     (a)  the town of Cold Lake;


5   Section 3(4)(a) is amended by striking out "Towns of Cold Lake and
Grand Centre" and substituting "town of Cold Lake".


6   Sections 4 and 5 are repealed.


7   The heading of the Schedule is repealed and the following is
substituted:

     PROPERTY, FACILITIES AND STRUCTURES
     TO BE TRANSFERRED TO THE COMMISSION

(The following describes property, facilities and structures as they
existed on July 24, 1986.)


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     Alberta Regulation 45/97

     Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped Act

     ASSURED INCOME FOR THE SEVERELY HANDICAPPED
     AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  February 12, 1997

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 90/97) pursuant to section
13 of the Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped Act.


1   The Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped Regulation (AR 331/79)
is amended by this Regulation.


2   Schedule 1 is amended in section 1

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

               (h.1)     money received from the Government to pay for the
cost of propane for home heating;


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     Alberta Regulation 46/97

     Dependent Adults Act

     DEPENDENT ADULTS AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  February 12, 1997

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 91/97) pursuant to section
69 of the Dependent Adults Act.


1   The Dependent Adults Regulation (AR 289/81) is amended by this
Regulation.


2   The following is added after section 5.3:

     5.4(1)  The Surrogate Court or the Court of Appeal may order that the
costs of an application made under the Act be paid by the Crown in right of
Alberta only when

               (a)  the application specifically indicates that costs
against the Crown will be sought, and

               (b)  the Court is satisfied that it would be a hardship
to order costs against the person making the application, the person in
respect of whom the application is made or the estate of the dependent
adult.

     (2)  An order for costs of an application paid by the Crown in right
of Alberta must not exceed the following amounts:

               (a)  for one or more concurrent applications under
sections 3(2.03), 15(2.03), 22(2.03) and 35(2.03) of the Act, $325 plus
reasonable disbursements;

               (b)  for any other application under the Act, $375 plus
reasonable disbursements.


3   The following is added after section 12.2:

     12.3   An application for an order appointing a guardian or a trustee
must be in Form 10 in the Schedule and must be accompanied by an affidavit
in support.

     12.4   An application for review of a guardianship or trusteeship
order must be in Form 11 in the Schedule and must be accompanied by an
affidavit in support.

     12.5   A notice of objection must be in Form 12 in the Schedule.

     12.6   If a notice of objection has been served with the application
form, the applicant must

               (a)  wait until the time for filing of the notice of
objection with the Clerk of the Court has passed, and

               (b)  provide the Clerk with a notice in Form 13 of the
Schedule if no notice of objection has been filed.

4   The following is added after section 13:

Expiry
     14   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 March 1, 2002.


5   The Schedule is amended by adding the following after Form 9:


     FORM 10

     APPLICATION FOR ORDER
     APPOINTING GUARDIAN/TRUSTEE


Court File Number                            

Court                                                            Surrogate Court of Alberta

Judicial District                                      

Name of person in
respect of whom the
application is being made               

Procedure                                              Application for Guardianship and/or Trusteeship under the Dependent Adults
Act, RSA 1980 cD-32

Document                                               Application

Applicant                                              

(In completing this application, please fill in the blank or check the
appropriate box in each section.  Every section should be considered.)

1.             I am applying for an order appointing    as

                         guardian,

                         trustee, or

                         guardian and trustee,

               in respect of  .

          I am also applying for an order appointing    as

                         alternate guardian,

                         alternate trustee, or

                         alternate guardian and trustee,

               in respect of  .

2.             Along with this application I will be serving an
affidavit in support and a 

                         notice of motion, or

                         notice of objection in the prescribed form.

3.             The following persons will be served with a copy of the
documents specified in item 2:

                         person in respect of whom the application is
being made;

                         nearest relative, or if that person is the
applicant, then the next nearest relative, whose name is                    
              ;

                         person proposed as guardian/trustee if that
person is not the applicant or nearest relative, whose name is              
                                ;

                         person proposed as alternate
guardian/trustee, whose name is    ;

                         person in charge of the institution, whose
name is                                               ;

                         Public Guardian;

                         Public Trustee;

                         attorney under an enduring power of attorney,
whose name is                                           ;

                         agent designated in a personal directive
within the meaning of the Personal Directives Act, whose name is      ;

                         guardian(s) of the person in respect of whom
the application is made, whose name is  ;

                         trustee(s) of the person in respect of whom
the application is made, whose name is  .

4.             I will be asking the Court to dispense with the
requirements for service of the documents specified in item 2 on the
following individuals:   

5.             I will be asking the Court to appoint                     
 as guardian of the person of             , with the power and authority
under section 10(2) of the Act to do the following:

                         to decide where the dependent adult is to
live, whether permanently or temporarily (section 10(2)(a) of the Act);

                         to decide with whom the dependent adult is to
live and with whom the dependent adult is to consort (section 10(2)(b) of
the Act);

                         to decide whether the dependent adult should
engage in social activities and, if so, the nature and extent of them and
related matters (section 10(2)(c) of the Act);

                         to decide whether the dependent adult should
work and, if so, the nature or type of work, for whom the dependent adult
is to work and related matters (section 10(2)(d) of the Act);

                         to decide whether the dependent adult should
participate in any educational, vocational or other training and, if so,
the nature and extent thereof and related matters (section 10(2)(e) of the
Act);

                         to decide whether the dependent adult should
apply for any licence, permit, approval or other consent or authorization
required by law (section 10(2)(f) of the Act); 

                         to commence, compromise or settle any legal
proceeding that does not relate to the estate of the dependent adult and to
compromise or settle any proceeding taken against the dependent adult that
does not relate to the dependent adult's estate (section 10(2)(g) of the
Act);

                         to consent to any health care that is in the
best interests of the dependent adult (section 10(2)(h) of the Act);

                         to make normal day to day decisions on behalf
of the dependent adult including the diet and dress of the dependent adult
(section 10(2)(i) of the Act);

                         to make decisions regarding other matters
required by the guardian to protect the best interests of the dependent
adult (section 10(2)(j) of the Act), namely: .

6.             I will be asking the Court to appoint                    
as trustee of the estate of                       with the authority set
out in section 29 of the Act and with the additional authority under
section 30 of the Act to do the following with respect to the estate:

                         purchase, sell, mortgage, grant or accept
leases for more than 3 years or otherwise dispose of real property or
personal property having a fair market value that is greater than the
amount prescribed by the regulations referred to in section 29(i) of the
Act (section 30(a) of the Act);

                         consent to the disposition of the homestead,
as defined in the Dower Act, of the dependent adult's spouse (section
30(a.1) of the Act);

                         exchange or partition property and give or
receive money for equality of exchange or partition (section 30(b) of the
Act);

                         carry on the trade or business of the
dependent adult (section 30(c) of the Act);

                         surrender a lease, with or without accepting
a new lease, or accept a surrender of a lease (section 30(d) of the Act);

                         exercise a power or give a consent required
for the exercise of a power vested in the dependent adult (section 30(e) of
the Act);

                         exercise a right or obligation to elect,
belonging to or imposed on the dependent adult (section 30(f) of the Act);

                         compromise or settle a debt (section 30(g) of
the Act);

                         notwithstanding the Trustee Act, invest funds
in any securities and assets that the Court approves (section 30(i) of the
Act);

                         any other thing approved by the Court
(section 30(j) of the Act), namely      .

7.             I am asking that the costs of the application be paid by
one or more of the following:

                         person in respect of whom this application is
made;

                         estate of the dependent adult;

                         trustee, where the trustee has been ordered
to reimburse the estate;
                         applicant;

                         Crown in right of Alberta.

8.             I am asking the Court to direct that                 
apply to the Court for a review of the guardianship order, the trusteeship
order or the guardianship and trusteeship order, not later than             
 years from the date of the order.

9.   I understand that I must

     (a)  file with the Clerk of the Court a true inventory and account
of the assets and liabilities of the estate within 6 months of the date of
the order, and

     (b)  unless ordered otherwise by the Court, file my accounts with
the Clerk and apply for an order passing the accounts at least once every 2
years.

               I am asking the Court

                         to dispense with the requirement for passing
accounts of the trustee, and

                                   permit the trustee to file the
accounts with the Clerk of the Court and, if the Court is satisfied that it
is in the best interests of the estate and the dependent adult, approve the
accounts in the form in which they are filed, or

                                   in accordance with the Surrogate
Rules, dispense with accounting for a period not exceeding 4 years from the
date of the order,

                         or

                         having regard to the size of the estate, the
amount of income generated or the nature of the assets, to dispense with
the requirement for the passing of accounts for a period not exceeding 12
years from the date of the order.  I understand that the trustee must
maintain accounts and file a summary accounting statement in the prescribed
form with the Clerk of the Court at least once every 6 years or on review
of the trusteeship order.

10.            In support of this application, I am providing an
affidavit containing the following:

                         a report of a physician or psychologist in
Form 1 of the Schedule to the Dependent Adults Regulation (AR 289/81);

                         all necessary consents;

                         other material in support of this
application.

11.            I am relying on the provisions of the Dependent Adults
Act and the Dependent Adults Regulation (AR 289/81) in support of my
application.

I understand that if no notice of objection is filed within 10 days of
service of this application, the Court may consider this application
without a hearing.

                                                                     
                 
Applicant's Signature or Signature of                                           Date
Lawyer on behalf of applicant

Name of Applicant                  
Complete Address                        
Responsible Lawyer                 
Firm Name                                    
Complete Address                        
Phone                                                  
Fax                                               
Lawyer's File Number               


     FORM 11

     APPLICATION FOR REVIEW OF
     GUARDIANSHIP/TRUSTEESHIP ORDER

Court File Number                       

Court                                             Surrogate Court
of Alberta

Judicial District                                 

Name of Dependent Adult  

Procedure                               Application for Review of
Guardianship and/or Trusteeship Order
                                             Dependent Adults Act,
RSA 1980 cD-32

Document                                Application

Applicant                                    


(In completing this application, please fill in the blank or check the
appropriate box in each section.  Every section should be considered.)

1.             I am applying for a review of the order dated             
 which appointed _________________________ as

                         guardian,

                         trustee, or

                         guardian and trustee

               in respect of  .

               I am also applying for an order appointing             as

                         alternate guardian,

                         alternate trustee, or

                         alternate guardian and trustee

               in respect of  .

2.             Along with this application I will be serving an
affidavit and a

                         notice of motion, or

                         notice of objection in the prescribed form.

3.             The following persons will be served with a copy of the
documents specified in item 2: 

                         dependent adult;

                         nearest relative, or if that person is the
applicant, the next nearest relative, whose name is    ;

                         guardian if that person is not the applicant
or nearest relative, whose name is                     ;
 
                         alternate guardian, whose name is             
    ;

                         trustee if that person is not the applicant
or nearest relative, whose name is      ;

                         alternate trustee, whose name is   ;

                         person in charge of the institution,  whose
name is                            ;

                         Public Guardian;

                         Public Trustee;

                         attorney under an enduring power of attorney, 
whose name is                            ;

                         agent designated in a personal directive
within the meaning of the Personal Directives Act, whose name is      .

4.             I will be asking the Court to dispense with the
requirements for service of this application on the following individuals: 
                    

5.             I will be asking the Court

                         to terminate the order;

                         to replace the order as follows:

                         to vary or amend the order as follows:

                         to continue the order;

               and with respect to a guardianship order

                         to consider whether the conditions described
in section 6(1) and (2) of the Act are still applicable and whether the
guardian has exercised his power and authority in accordance with the
guardianship order and section 11 of the Act.

6.             I am asking that the costs of the application be paid by
one or more of the following:

                         dependent adult;

                         estate of the dependent adult;

                         trustee, if the trustee has been ordered to
reimburse the estate;

                         applicant;

                         Crown in right of Alberta.

7.             In support of this application I am providing an
affidavit containing the following:

                         the report of a physician or psychologist in
Form 1 of the Schedule to the Dependent Adults Regulation (AR 289/81);

                         all necessary consents;

                         other material in support of this
application.

8.             I am relying on the provisions of the Dependent Adults
Act and the Dependent Adults Regulation (Alta. Reg. 289/81) in support of
my application.

I understand that if no notice of objection is filed within 10 days of
service of this application, the Court may consider this application
without a hearing.

                                                                             
Applicant's Signature or Signature                                              Date 
of Lawyer on behalf of Applicant

Name of Applicant                                                     
            

Complete Address                        
Responsible Lawyer                 
Firm Name                                    
Complete Address                        
Phone                                                  
Fax                                               
Lawyer's File Number               


     FORM 12

     NOTICE OF OBJECTION


Court File Number        

Court                         Surrogate Court of Alberta

Judicial District             

Procedure                Objection to application for guardianship,
trusteeship or guardianship and trusteeship or review of guardianship,
trusteeship or guardianship and trusteeship under the Dependent Adults Act

Document                 Notice of Objection

Applicant                     

(In completing this form, please fill in the blanks or check the
appropriate box in each section.  Every section should be considered.)

     I was served with or became aware of a notice of the application for
an order appointing       as

               guardian,

               trustee, or

               guardian and trustee,

of     (name of person in respect of whom the application is being made)   
on    (date)  .

     - OR -

     I was served with or became aware of a notice of the application for
the review of the order that appointed                       as

               guardian,

               trustee, or

               guardian and trustee,

of     (name of person in respect of whom the application is being made)   
on    (date)  .

I object to this application 

               for appointment

               for review of the order

being considered in the absence of the applicant and any of the persons who
were served with a copy of  the application.

I understand that by filing this Notice of Objection with the Clerk of the
Court that a hearing will be held and that the applicant must serve notice
of the hearing on me and on all the persons who were served with a copy of
the application.

I also understand that the Court may order that costs of any application
made under the Dependent Adults Act be paid by a person opposing the
application where it is satisfied that the opposition is frivolous or
vexatious.

Dated at                     , on                    .

Signature of person objecting      
or signature of lawyer on person's behalf

Name of Person Objecting           
Mailing Address                                        
Responsible Lawyer                           
Firm Name                                              
Complete Address                                  
Phone                                                            
Fax                                                         
Lawyer's File Number                         

If you object to the application being heard in the absence of the
applicant or anyone else who was served with a copy of the application, you
must file this Notice of Objection with the Clerk of the Court within 10
days of your being served with a copy of the application.


     FORM 13

     NOTICE

Court File Number                  

Court                                                  Surrogate
Court of Alberta

Judicial District                                      

Name of person in 
respect of whom the
application is being made               

Procedure                               Notice to Clerk

Document                                Notice 

Applicant                                         


To the Clerk of the Court:

1.   I have served the persons required to be served with an application
and a notice of objection in the prescribed form.

2.   Ten days have passed from the date of service of notice of my
application on the persons required to be served. 

3.   I have filed all necessary affidavits of service or affidavits
containing evidence as to why service should be dispensed with or as to the
manner of service approved.

4.   No notice of objection has been filed.  I am asking the Clerk to
forward my application to the Court for consideration.

Dated at                           , on                          .

             
(Signature of applicant or of lawyer on behalf of applicant)

Name of Applicant                  
Mailing Address                              
Responsible Lawyer                 
Firm Name                                    
Complete Address                        
Phone                                                  
Fax                                               
Lawyer's File Number               


5   This Regulation comes into force on the coming into force of the
Dependent Adults Amendment Act, 1996.


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     Alberta Regulation 47/97

     Widows' Pension Act

     WIDOWS' PENSION AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  February 12, 1997

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 92/97) pursuant to section
10 of the Widows' Pension Act.


1   The Widows' Pension Regulation (AR 166/83) is amended by this
Regulation.


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

     (e.1)     money received from the Government to pay for the cost of
propane for home heating;


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     Alberta Regulation 48/97

     Credit Union Act

     REGULATION TO AMEND CREDIT UNION (PRINCIPAL)
     AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  February 12, 1997

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 48/97) pursuant to section
226 of the Credit Union Act.


1   The Credit Union (Principal) Amendment Regulation (AR 31/97) is amended
by this Regulation.


2   Section 1 is amended by striking out "(AR 249/84)" and substituting
"(AR 249/89)".


     Alberta Regulation 49/97

     Public Sector Pension Plans Act

     UNIVERSITIES ACADEMIC PENSION PLAN
     AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  February 12, 1997

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 94/97) pursuant to
Schedule 3, section 4 of the Public Sector Pension Plans Act.


1   The Universities Academic Pension Plan (AR 370/93) is amended by this
Regulation.


2   Section 2(1)(rr) is amended by striking out "other than death" and
substituting the following:

          other than

               (i)  death, or

               (ii) where the person becomes an employee again without
experiencing any break whatsoever in his pensionable service resulting from
the cessation


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     Alberta Regulation 50/97

     Marketing of Agricultural Products Act

     ALBERTA PORK PRODUCERS' PLAN (DELEGATE
     REDUCTION) AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  February 12, 1997

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 100/97) pursuant to
section 23 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act.


1   The Alberta Pork Producers' Plan Regulation (AR 141/96) is amended by
this Regulation.


2   Section 27(b) is amended by striking out "5" and substituting "3".


3   Section 32 is amended by striking out "15" and substituting "9".


4   Section 38(2) is amended by striking out "5" and substituting "3".


5   Section 41(5)(b) is amended by striking out "3" and substituting "2".


6   The following is added after section 45:

Transitional re delegates
     45.1(1)  In this section, "amended Plan" means this Plan as amended
by the Alberta Pork Producers' Plan (Delegate Reduction) Amendment
Regulation.

     (2)  For the purposes of complying with the amended Plan with respect
to the number of delegates to represent a district,

               (a)  in Districts 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9 for which elections
for delegates are to be held in 1997, the number of delegates to be elected
must be in compliance with the amended Plan, and

               (b)  in Districts 2, 4, 6 and 8 for which elections for
delegates are to be held in 1998,

                         (i)  the chief returning officer must before
April 1, 1997 send a notice to the delegates in each of those Districts
requesting that 2 delegates for each of those Districts resign as a
delegate effective April 1, 1997, and

                         (ii) if, in respect of any of those
Districts, an insufficient number of delegates in a District resign as
delegates, effective April 1, 1997, so as to reduce the number of delegates
for that District to 3 delegates,

                                   (A)  the delegates for that
District shall meet and determine by a vote taken amongst themselves as to
which 3 of the delegates shall continue to serve as delegates until the
election is held for delegates in the District in 1998, and

                                   (B)  on the vote being taken
amongst the delegates under paragraph (A), the 2 delegates who did not
receive a sufficient number of votes to continue as delegates cease being
delegates for that District upon the result of that vote being announced.


     Alberta Regulation 51/97

     Lloydminster Municipal Amalgamation Act

     REGULATION TO AMEND THE LLOYDMINSTER CHARTER

     Filed:  February 12, 1997

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 101/97) pursuant to
section 5 of the Lloydminster Municipal Amalgamation Act.


1   The Lloydminster Charter (AR 43/79) is amended by this Regulation.


2   Sections 370 to 377 are repealed and the following is substituted:

     370   The boundaries of the Lloydminster Public School Division and
the Lloydminster Roman Catholic Separate School Division comprise the
incorporated area of the City of Lloydminster as well as the following
lands lying west of the Third Meridian in the Province of Saskatchewan:

               (a)  Township 49, Range 27: sections 30 and 31;

               (b)  Township 49, Range 28: section 25, the east half of
section 36;

               (c)  Township 50, Range 27: sections 6, 7 and 18; and

               (d)  Township 50, Range 28: the east halves of sections
1 and 12, the north-east quarter of section 13, section 14, fractional
section 15.

     371   Students residing in Alberta outside the boundaries of the
Lloydminster Public School Division and the Lloydminster Roman Catholic
Separate School Division are entitled to attend schools operated by these
divisions in keeping with regulations and legislation set from time to time
by the Province of Alberta, as though these divisions were Alberta
jurisdictions.

     372    The affairs of the Lloydminster Public School Division and the
Lloydminster Roman Catholic Separate School Division shall be conducted in
accordance with the provisions of The Education Act, Province of
Saskatchewan, save insofar as may be modified by the provisions of this
Charter.

     373   The basic program of studies and the courses of study used in
the schools operated by the Lloydminster Public School Division and the
Lloydminster Roman Catholic Separate School Division shall be consistent
with the regulations under The Education Act and with any policies and
directives that the Minister of Education for the Province of Saskatchewan
may issue.

     374(1)  The Province of Saskatchewan and the Province of Alberta
shall provide access to all funding available to other school jurisdictions
in the respective provinces.

     (2)  Provincial funding under subsection (1) must be based on a
served student count effective September 30 of each school year

               (a)  for all Saskatchewan and Alberta resident students
in grades 1 to 12, and 

               (b)  for all Saskatchewan and Alberta resident students
in a Kindergarten/Early Childhood Services Program.

     375(1)  Saskatchewan facility guidelines and approval processes shall
apply in all matters related to the upgrading and construction of school
buildings.

     (2)(a)  The Province of Alberta and the Province of Saskatchewan
shall share the cost of upgrading and constructing school buildings in the
Lloydminster Public School Division in a prorated manner, based on the
number of students resident in each province who are attending schools
operated by that division as of September 30 of the school year in which
the upgrading or construction is approved.

     (b)  The Province of Alberta and the Province of Saskatchewan shall
share the cost of upgrading and constructing school buildings in the
Lloydminster Roman Catholic Separate School Division in a prorated manner,
based on the number of students resident in each province who are attending
schools operated by that division as of September 30 of the school year in
which the upgrading or construction is approved.

     (3)(a)  Upon receiving approval from Saskatchewan Education for a
building upgrading or construction project, the Board of Education of the
Lloydminster Public School Division or the Board of Education of the
Lloydminster Roman Catholic Separate School Division may apply to the
Saskatchewan Municipal Board to borrow funds related to the approved
project; and,

     (b)  The Province of Alberta shall transfer its share of the approved
cost of the project directly to the school division.

     376   No contribution will be made to the Alberta School Foundation
Fund by the City of Lloydminster.  The funding entitlement for the
Lloydminster Public School Division and the Lloydminster Roman Catholic
Separate School Division under the Alberta School Foundation Fund shall be
reduced by an amount equal to the Province of Alberta's uniform education
tax rates times the Alberta portion of the Lloydminster equalized
assessment.

     377(1)  The election of the board members for the Lloydminster Public
School Division and the Lloydminster Roman Catholic Separate School
Division shall be conducted in accordance with The Local Government
Election Act, Province of Saskatchewan.

     (2)(a)  Subject to subsection 23(2) of The Local Government Election
Act, a person is qualified to be an elector of the Lloydminster Public
School Division or the Lloydminster Roman Catholic Separate School Division
if the person:

               (i)  is a Canadian citizen on the day of the election;

               (ii) is at least 18 years of age on the day of the
election;

               (iii)     has resided in the school division or on land now
in the school division for at least three months immediately prior to the
date of the election; and

               (iv) has resided in Saskatchewan or Alberta for at least
six months on the day of the election.

     (3)  A person is qualified to be nominated as a candidate for and
hold office as a board member for a school division if the person:

               (a)  is an elector of the school division on the day of
the election;

               (b)  at the time he or she submits the nomination paper
is a Canadian citizen, and has resided:

                         (i)  in the school division, or on land now
in that school division, for at least three months; and

                         (ii) in Saskatchewan or Alberta for at least
six months.


     Alberta Regulation 52/97

     Mechanical Recording of Evidence Act

     SOUND-RECORDING MACHINE ORDER

     Filed:  February 14, 1997

Made by the Minister of Justice and Attorney General (M.O. 5/97) pursuant
to sections
1(f) and 2(1) of the Mechanical Recording of Evidence Act


Requirement for recording
1   Evidence given before a court in a civil action or in any action under
the Provincial Offences Procedure Act shall be recorded by means of a
sound-recording machine.


Approval of sound-recording machines
2(1)  The following sound-recording machines are approved for the purposes
of the Mechanical Recording of Evidence Act:

     (a)  Tandberg Tape Recorder manufactured by Tandbergs Radiofabrikk,
Oslo, Norway;

     (b)  Uher "4000 Report-L" Tape Recorder manufactured by Uher Werke
Munchen, Munchen, West Germany;

     (c)  Uher "5000 Report-L" Tape Recorder manufactured by Uher Werke
Munchen, Munchen, West Germany;

     (d)  an integrated electronic sound recording system consisting of

               (i)  individual tape recorders of the 2-track stereo
type according to NARTB standards such as Ampex 500 or Telex, or their
equivalent,

               (ii) a master recorder of the multiple deck monotrack
tape type equipped with electronic surveillance systems such as Philips or
Dictaphone, or their equivalent, and

               (iii)     transcription units of a semi-professional to
professional type without recording or erasing facilities such as Ampex AG
500 or Magnacord, or their equivalent;

     (e)  Gyyr ACR-5 - Audio Court Recorder/Transcriber manufactured by
Gyyr Products, Odetics Inc., Anaheim, California, U.S.A.;

     (f)  Gyyr ACTR-4 - Audio Court Recorder/Transcriber manufactured by
Gyrr Products, Odetics Inc., Anaheim, California, U.S.A.;

     (g)  Lanier LCR-2D manufactured by Lanier Business Products Inc.,
Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.;

     (h)  Lanier LCR-3D manufactured by Lanier Business Products Inc.,
Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.;

     (i)  Sony BM-145 Confer-corder manufactured by Sony of Canada
Limited, Toronto, Ontario;

     (j)  Lanier Messenger, Model P-95 manufactured by Lanier Business
Products Inc., Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.;

     (k)  Lanier Omni Classic Model P-128, manufactured by Lanier
Business Products Inc., Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.;

     (l)  Lanier Insight Classic Model P-126 manufactured by Lanier
Business Products Inc., Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.;

     (m)  Lanier LCR-4D Recorder, manufactured by Lanier Business
Products Inc., Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.;

     (n)  Lanier P-92 Micromatic III Recorder, manufactured by Lanier
Business Products Inc., Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.;

     (o)  Lanier LCR-5D Recorder, manufactured by Lanier Worldwide, Inc.,
Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.

(2)  In a system referred to in subsection (1)(d) the individual tape
recorders referred to in subsection (1)(d)(i) shall be used to produce
transcription tapes and the master recorder referred to in subsection
(1)(d)(ii) shall be used to produce archive tapes.


Repeal
3   The Sound-Recording Machine Order (AR 303/86) is repealed.

    

     Alberta Regulation 52/97

     Mechanical Recording of Evidence Act

     SOUND-RECORDING MACHINE ORDER

     Filed:  February 14, 1997

Made by the Minister of Justice and Attorney General (M.O. 5/97) pursuant
to sections 1(f) and 2(1) of the Mechanical Recording Evidence Act.


Requirement for recording
1   Evidence given before a court in a civil action or in any action under
the Provincial Offences Procedure Act shall be recorded by means of a
sound-recording machine.


Approval of sound-recording machines
2(1)  The following sound-recording machines are approved for the purposes
of the Mechanical Recording of Evidence Act:

     (a)  Tandberg Tape Recorder manufactured by Tandbergs Radiofabrikk,
Oslo, Norway;

     (b)  Uher "4000 Report-L" Tape Recorder manufactured by Uher Werke
Munchen, Munchen, West Germany;

     (c)  Uher "5000 Report-L" Tape Recorder manufactured by Uher Werke
Munchen, Munchen, West Germany;

     (d)  an integrated electronic sound recording system consisting of

               (i)  individual tape recorders of the 2-track stereo
type according to NARTB standards such as Ampex 500 or Telex, or their
equivalent,

               (ii) a master recorder of the multiple deck monotrack
tape type equipped with electronic surveillance systems such as Philips or
Dictaphone, or their equivalent, and

               (iii)     transcription units of a semi-professional to
professional type without recording or erasing facilities such as Ampex AG
500 or Magnacord, or their equivalent;

     (e)  Gyyr ACR-5 - Audio Court Recorder/Transcriber manufactured by
Gyyr Products, Odetics Inc., Anaheim, California, U.S.A.;

     (f)  Gyyr ACTR-4 - Audio Court Recorder/Transcriber manufactured by
Gyrr Products, Odetics Inc., Anaheim, California, U.S.A.;

     (g)  Lanier LCR-2D manufactured by Lanier Business Products Inc.,
Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.;

     (h)  Lanier LCR-3D manufactured by Lanier Business Products Inc.,
Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.;

     (i)  Sony BM-145 Confer-corder manufactured by Sony of Canada
Limited, Toronto, Ontario;

     (j)  Lanier Messenger, Model P-95 manufactured by Lanier Business
Products Inc., Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.;

     (k)  Lanier Omni Classic Model P-128, manufactured by Lanier
Business Products Inc., Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.;

     (l)  Lanier Insight Classic Model P-126 manufactured by Lanier
Business Products Inc., Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.;

     (m)  Lanier LCR-4D Recorder, manufactured by Lanier Business
Products Inc., Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.;

     (n)  Lanier P-92 Micromatic III Recorder, manufactured by Lanier
Business Products Inc., Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.;

     (o)  Lanier LCR-5D Recorder, manufactured by Lanier Worldwide, Inc.,
Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.

(2)  In a system referred to in subsection (1)(d) the individual tape
recorders referred to in subsection (1)(d)(i) shall be used to produce
transcription tapes and the master recorder referred to in subsection
(1)(d)(ii) shall be used to produce archive tapes.


Repeal
3   The Sound-Recording Machine Order (AR 303/86) is repealed.