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     Alberta Regulation 144/99

     Public Utilities Board Act

     GENERAL ASSESSMENT ORDER FOR THE FISCAL
     YEAR 1999-2000

     Filed:  July 9, 1999

Made by the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board (Order U99037) pursuant to
section 10(3) of the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board Act and section
20.1(2) and (3) of the Public Utilities Board Act.


1   The assessments for the purposes of Section 20.1 of the Public
Utilities Board Act for the fiscal year 1999-2000 are hereby prescribed as
set out in the Schedule.


2   The General Assessment Order for the Fiscal Year 1996/1997 (AR 128/96)
is repealed.


     SCHEDULE

1.   The following persons shall pay the following assessments in one lump
sum on or before July 30, 1999.

     Atco Electric Ltd.  $247 827
     Bonnyville Gas Company Limited     1 984
     Canadian Western Natural Gas Company Limited 243 954
     AltaGas Utilities Inc.   32 775
     CU Water Limited    531
     Edmonton Power Generation Inc./
          Edmonton Power Transmission Inc.   179 261
     Northwestern Utilities Limited     284 368
     NOVA Gas Transmission Ltd.    423 430
     TransAlta Utilities Corporation    485 870
     TOTAL     $1,900,000


     Alberta Regulation 145/99

     Marketing of Agricultural Products Act

     HATCHING EGGS AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  July 14, 1999

Made by the Alberta Hatching Egg Producers pursuant to sections 26 and 27
of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act.


1   The Hatching Eggs Regulation (AR 280/97) is amended by this Regulation.


2   Section 20(8) is repealed and the following is substituted:

     (8)  An applicant who receives an allocation of breeder quota under
this section

               (a)  must commence production of the increase within 72
weeks from the date that the confirmation was sent to the applicant under
subsection (7), and

               (b)  is not eligible to apply to transfer the breeder
quota until it has been in production for a period of at least 2 years.


3   Section 21 is amended 

     (a)  in subsection (1) by striking out "5%" and substituting "6.5%";

     (b)  by repealing subsection (2).


4   Section 22(6) is amended by striking out "and" at the end of clause
(b), by adding "and" at the end of clause (c) and by adding the following
after clause (c):

     (d)  the quota has been in production for the period required by
section 20(8)(b).


5   Section 24(6)(b) is amended by striking out "5%" and substituting
"6.5%".


6   Section 30(1) and (3) are amended by striking out "$0.0051" and
substituting "$0.0015".


     Alberta Regulation 146/99

     Alberta Housing Act

     SOCIAL HOUSING ACCOMMODATION AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  July 14, 1999

Made by the Minister of Municipal Affairs (M.O. H:068/99) pursuant to
section 34(1)(i), (ii) and (iv) of the Alberta Housing Act.


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


2(1)  Schedule B, Part 2, Table 1 is repealed and the following is
substituted:

     TABLE 1

    
Number of Children* in Household
     Basic Rent for Household
     ($)



     One Adult
     Two Adults


     None
     1
     2
     3
     4
     5
     6 or more
     120
     212
     260
     317
     377
     437
     496
     193
     262
     317
     377
     437
     496
     555



*    all members of the household who are 17 years of age or less and
related by blood, adoption or marriage to another member of the household.

(2)  Subsection (1) comes into force on September 1, 1999.


3(1)  In this section, "rent increase" means the rent increase under
section 2 of this Regulation.

(2)  Section 13 of the Residential Tenancies Act does not apply to the rent
increase.

(3)  A management body that operates social housing accommodation occupied
by a household whose basic rent is determined in accordance with Schedule
B, Part 2, Table 1 of the Social Housing Accommodation Regulation shall
give the household written notice of the rent increase on or before July
26, 1999.

(4)  If a management body does not give written notice of the rent increase
to a household referred to in subsection (3) on or before July 26, 1999, 

     (a)  Schedule B, Part 2, Table 1 of the Social Housing Accommodation
Regulation as it read on August 31, 1999 applies to the household for
September of 1999, and

     (b)  the management body shall give the household written notice of
the rent increase on or before August 25, 1999 for the increase to be
effective on October 1, 1999.

(5)  Sections 48(1) and (4) and 48.1(2) of the Residential Tenancies Act
apply to the notices referred to in subsections (3) and (4) of this
section.


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     Alberta Regulation 147/99

     Public Sector Pension Plans Act

     PUBLIC SECTOR PENSION PLANS (LEGISLATIVE
     PROVISIONS) AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  July 14, 1999

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 283/99) pursuant to
section 12 of Schedules 2, 3, 4 and 5 of the Public Sector Pension Plans
Act.


1   The Public Sector Pension Plans (Legislative Provisions) Regulation (AR
365/93) is amended by this Regulation.


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

Current service contribution rates
     4(1)  For the purposes of the setting of contribution rates for
current service under section 5(2) of the Act Schedule, the minimum
solvency requirements referred to in section 1(1)(b) of the Act Schedule
apply only to benefits in respect of service after 1991.

     (2)  For the purposes of subsection (1), the Minister shall ensure
that a separate accounting is made and maintained of assets in respect of
service after 1991.


3   Section 4 of Schedule 3 is amended by renumbering it as section 4(3)
and by adding the following before that subsection (3):

Current service contribution rates
     4(1)  For the purposes of the setting of contribution rates for
current service under section 5(2) of the Act Schedule, the minimum
solvency requirements referred to in section 1(1)(b) of the Act Schedule
apply only to benefits in respect of service after 1991.

     (2)  For the purposes of subsection (1), the Minister shall ensure
that a separate accounting is made and maintained of assets in respect of
service after 1991.


4   Section 4 of Schedule 4 is amended by renumbering it as section 4(3)
and by adding the following before that subsection (3):

Current service contribution rates
     4(1)  For the purposes of the setting of contribution rates for
current service under section 5(2) of the Act Schedule and of the
determination of whether or not the condition set out in section 4(10)(c)
of the Act Schedule is met, the minimum solvency requirements referred to
in section 1(1)(b) of the Act Schedule apply only to benefits in respect of
service after 1991.

     (2)  For the purposes of subsection (1), the Minister shall ensure
that a separate accounting is made and maintained of assets in respect of
service after 1991.


5   Schedule 5 is amended by adding the following after section 3:

Current service contribution rates
     4(1)  For the purposes of the setting of contribution rates for
current service under section 5(2) of the Act Schedule, the minimum
solvency requirements referred to in section 1(1)(b) of the Act Schedule
apply only to benefits in respect of service after 1991.

     (2)  For the purposes of subsection (1), the Minister shall ensure
that a separate accounting is made and maintained of assets in respect of
service after 1991.


     Alberta Regulation 148/99

     Government Organization Act

     DESIGNATION AND TRANSFER OF RESPONSIBILITY
     AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  July 14, 1999

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 285/99) pursuant to
sections 16, 17 and 18 of the Government Organization Act.


1   The Designation and Transfer of Responsibility Regulation (AR 127/99)
is amended by this Regulation.


2   Section 6 is amended

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

               (k)  Forests Act, except sections 4(a), (b), (c), (e),
(i), (j) and (m), 7, 8, 15, 16, 17, 18(1), 20, 21(1), 22(1), 26(a), 28(2),
30 and 31;

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

          (3.1)  The responsibility for sections 4(a), (b), (c), (e),
(i), (j) and (m), 7, 8, 15, 16, 17, 18(1), 20, 21(1), 22(1), 26(a), 28(2),
30 and 31 is transferred to the common responsibility of the Minister of
Environment and the Associate Minister of Forestry.

          (3.2)  The powers and duties of the Minister in sections 3, 14,
17, 18, 38, 45, 74, 77(c), 112(1), 116.1(1), 120, 154, 155, 160, 164, 165
and 170 of the Timber Management Regulation (AR 60/73) are transferred to
the common responsibility of the Minister of Environment and the Associate
Minister of Forestry.


3   Section 8(1) is amended

     (a)  by repealing clauses (f), (i), (l), (t), (aa), (ff) and (hh);

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

               (m.1)     Fair Trading Act;


4   Section 9 is amended

     (a)  in subsection (1) 

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

                         (g.1)     Chiropractic Profession Act; 

                         (g.2)     Dental Disciplines Act; 

                         (g.3)     Dental Mechanics Act; 

               (ii) by adding the following after clause (j):

                         (j.1)     Health Disciplines Act; 

               (iii)     by adding the following after clause (t): 

                         (t.1)     Occupational Therapy Profession Act; 

                         (t.2)     Opticians Act; 

               (iv) by adding the following after clause (w): 

                         (w.1)      Pharmaceutical Profession Act; 

               (v)  by adding the following after clause (x): 

                         (x.1)     Podiatry Act;

               (vi) by adding the following after clause (z):

                         (z.1)     Psychology Profession Act; 

               (vii)     by adding the following after clause (cc):

                         (dd) Social Work Profession Act.

     (b)  by adding the following after subsection (4.1):

          (4.2)  The responsibility for the administration of that part
of the public service consisting of the following position numbers is
transferred from the Minister of Human Resources and Employment to the
Minister of Health and Wellness: 

               00008372
               00008365
               00008366
               00008373

          (4.3)  The responsibility for the administration of $310 000 of
the unexpended balance of subprogram 3.4 of Program 3 - Technical and
Safety Services of the operating expense and capital investment supply vote
of the 1999-2000 Government appropriation for Labour, previously
transferred to the Minister of Human Resources and Employment, is
transferred to the Minister of Health and Wellness.


5   Section 10(1) is amended by repealing clauses (i), (j), (k), (q), (x),
(y), (bb), (cc), (gg) and (nn).


6   Section 14 is amended by adding the following after clause (d):

     (d.1)     Alberta Personal Property Bill of Rights;


7   Section 16 is amended by adding the following after subsection (6):

     (7)  The responsibility for that part of the public service
consisting of the following position numbers is transferred from the
Minister of Infrastructure to the Minister of Municipal Affairs:

               00007403
               00007406
               00007412
               00007407
               00007401
               00007409
               00007397
               00007396
               00007400
               00007404
               00007399
               00007405
               00007402
               00007410
               00007398
               00007408
               00007395
               00007414

     (8)  The responsibility for the administration of $1 399 000 of
element 2.1.1 of Program 2 - Construction and Operation of Transportation
Systems of the operating expense and capital investment supply vote of the
1999-2000 Government appropriation for Transportation and Utilities,
previously transferred to the Minister of Infrastructure, is transferred to
the Minister of Municipal Affairs.


8   Section 17 is amended by adding the following after subsection (13):

     (14)  The responsibility for that part of the public service
consisting of the following position numbers is transferred from the
Minister of Environment to the Minister of Resource Development:

               00020559
               00020636
               00020652
               00020484
               00021164
               00020502
               00020495

     (15)  The responsibility for the administration of $911 000 of
element 4.1.1 of Program 4 - Land and Forest Service of the operating
expense and capital investment supply vote of the 1999-2000 Government
appropriation for Environmental Protection, previously transferred to the
Minister of Environment, is transferred to the Minister of Resource
Development.

     (16)  The responsibility for that part of the public service
consisting of the following position numbers is transferred from the
Minister of Economic Development to the Minister of Resource Development:

               20420002
               20440001
               20420011

     (17)  The responsibility for the administration of $325 000 of
element 2.2.2 of Program 2 - Marketing and Business Development of the
operating expense and capital investment supply vote of the 1999-2000
Government appropriation for Economic Development is transferred to the
Minister of Resource Development.


9   Section 3 comes into force on September 1, 1999.



     Alberta Regulation 149/99

     Forest and Prairie Protection Act

     FOREST PROTECTION AREA REGULATION

     Filed:  July 14, 1999

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 286/99) pursuant to
section 39 of the Forest and Prairie Protection Act.


Forest protection areas
1   The part of Alberta described in Schedule 1 and shaded on the map in
Schedule 2 is designated as a forest protection area.


Paramountcy
2   If any discrepancy is found to exist between the wording in Schedule 1
and the map in Schedule 2, Schedule 1 prevails.


Expiry
3   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be repassed in
its present or an amended form following a review, this Regulation expires
on January 31, 2004.



     SCHEDULE 1

FIRSTLY:

All those parcels or tracts of land situate, lying and being west of the
4th meridian in the Province of Alberta, Canada and being composed of:

     TOWNSHIP 63 RANGE 1
     Parts of sections 25, 26, 35 and 36

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 64 to 126 inclusive RANGE 1

     TOWNSHIP 63 RANGE 2
     The north halves of sections 28, 29 and 30
     Sections 31, 32 and 33
     The west half of section 34 lying inside Cold Lake Indian Reserve No.
149B

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 64 to 126 inclusive RANGES 2 to 6 inclusive

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 62 to 109 inclusive RANGE 7

     TOWNSHIPS 110 and 111 RANGE 7
     Lying outside Wood Buffalo National Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 112 and 113 RANGE 7

     TOWNSHIP 114 RANGE 7
     Lying outside Wood Buffalo National Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 115 to 126 inclusive RANGE 7

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 62 to 108 inclusive RANGE 8

     TOWNSHIPS 109 to 115 inclusive RANGE 8
     Lying outside Wood Buffalo National Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 116 to 126 inclusive RANGE 8

     TOWNSHIP 62 RANGE 9
     Sections 1 to 5 inclusive and sections 7 to 36 inclusive and north
half of section 6

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 63 to 104 inclusive RANGE 9

     TOWNSHIPS 105 to 107 inclusive RANGE 9
     Lying outside Wood Buffalo National Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIP 108 RANGE 9

     TOWNSHIP 109 RANGE 9
     Lying outside Wood Buffalo National Park

     TOWNSHIPS 115 to 124 inclusive RANGE 9
     Lying outside Wood Buffalo National Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 125 and 126 RANGE 9

     TOWNSHIP 62 RANGE 10
     Sections 12, 13, 24, 25 and 36, east half of sections 11, 14, 23, 26
and 35, north half of section 1 and northeast quarter of section 2

     TOWNSHIP 63 RANGE 10
     Section 1, sections 5 to 8 inclusive and sections 11 to 36 inclusive
     Parts of sections 2, 3, 4, 9 and 10 lying generally north of Beaver
River

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 64 to 104 inclusive RANGE 10

     TOWNSHIPS 107 to 109 inclusive RANGE 10
     Lying outside Wood Buffalo National Park

     TOWNSHIP 124 RANGE 10
     Lying outside Wood Buffalo National Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 125 and 126 RANGE 10

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 63 to 104 inclusive RANGE 11

     TOWNSHIP 124 RANGE 11
     Lying outside Wood Buffalo National Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 125 and 126 RANGE 11

     TOWNSHIP 63 RANGE 12
     Lying generally east of Highway No. 866

     TOWNSHIP 64 RANGE 12
     Sections 1 to 5 inclusive, sections 7 to 36 inclusive, and part of
section 6 lying generally north of Highway No. 55

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 65 to 104 inclusive RANGE 12

     TOWNSHIPS 124 and 125 RANGE 12
     Lying outside Wood Buffalo National Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIP 126 RANGE 12

     TOWNSHIP 64 RANGE 13
     Parts of the township lying generally east of Highway No. 55

     TOWNSHIP 65 RANGE 13
     Sections 1 and 2, parts of sections 3 to 6 inclusive lying generally
north and east of Highway No. 55
     Sections 7 to 36 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 66 RANGE 13
     Sections 1 to 29 inclusive and sections 31 to 36 inclusive
     Part of section 30 lying generally east of Highway No. 36

     TOWNSHIP 67 RANGE 13
     Sections 1 to 5 inclusive and sections 7 to 36 inclusive
     Part of section 6 lying generally north and east of Highway No. 36

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 68 to 104 inclusive RANGE 13

     TOWNSHIPS 125 and 126 RANGE 13
     Lying outside Wood Buffalo National Park

     TOWNSHIP 67 RANGE 14
     Lying generally north of the south shore of Lac La Biche

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 68 to 104 inclusive RANGE 14

     TOWNSHIP 126 RANGE 14
     Lying outside Wood Buffalo National Park

     TOWNSHIP 67 RANGE 15
     Parts of the township lying generally north of the south shore of Lac
La Biche

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 68 to 104 inclusive RANGES 15 to 22 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 67 RANGE 23
     Lying west of the right bank of the Athabasca River

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 68 to 104 inclusive RANGE 23

     TOWNSHIP 63 RANGE 24
     Sections 18, 19, 30 and 31

     TOWNSHIP 64 RANGE 24
     Sections 6, 7, 18, 19, 30 and 31

     TOWNSHIP 65 RANGE 24
     Sections 5 to 8 inclusive, sections 16 to 21 inclusive and sections
27 to 34 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 66 RANGE 24
     Sections 3 to 11 inclusive, sections 14 to 23 inclusive and sections
28 to 32 inclusive
     Parts of sections 26, 27, 33 and 34 lying generally west of the east
shore of Baptiste Lake

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 67 to 104 inclusive RANGE 24

     TOWNSHIP 63 RANGE 25
     Sections 6 to 8 inclusive and sections 13 to 36 inclusive

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 64 to 90 inclusive RANGE 25

     Fractional TOWNSHIPS 91 to 104 inclusive RANGE 25

     TOWNSHIP 63 RANGE 26
     Sections 1 and 2, sections 10 to 15 inclusive, sections 22 to 27
inclusive and sections 31 to 36 inclusive

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 64 to 70 inclusive RANGE 26

     Fractional TOWNSHIPS 71 to 90 inclusive RANGE 26

     TOWNSHIP 1 RANGE 27
     Sections 5 to 8 inclusive, sections 17 to 20 inclusive and sections
29 and 30

     Fractional TOWNSHIP 63 RANGE 27
     Section 36

     Fractional TOWNSHIP 64 RANGE 27
     Sections 1 and 2, sections 11 to 14 inclusive, sections 23 to 27
inclusive and sections 34 to 36 inclusive

     Fractional TOWNSHIPS 65 to 70 inclusive RANGE 27

     TOWNSHIP 1 RANGE 28
     Sections 1 and 2, sections 11 to 14 inclusive and sections 23 to 26
inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 8 RANGE 29
     Section 31

     TOWNSHIP 9 RANGE 29
     Sections 6, 7, 18, 19 and sections 27 to 34 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 10 RANGE 29
     Sections 3 to 10 inclusive, sections 15 to 21 inclusive and sections
29 to 32 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 11 RANGE 29
     Sections 5 to 8 inclusive and sections 17 to 20 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 12 RANGE 29
     Sections 19, 30 and 31

     TOWNSHIP 13 RANGE 29
     Sections 6, 7, 18 and 19

     Fractional TOWNSHIP 2 RANGE 30
     Section 31 lying outside the limits of the Waterton Lakes National
Park

     Fractional TOWNSHIP 3 RANGE 30
     Sections 8, 15, 16, 17, 20, 21, 22, 28, 29, 32 and 33
     Parts of sections 4, 5 and 9 lying outside the limits of Waterton
Lakes National Park

     Fractional TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 30
     Sections 4, 5, 8, 9, 16 and 17

     Fractional TOWNSHIP 8 RANGE 30
     Sections 33 to 36 inclusive

     Fractional TOWNSHIPS 9 and 10 RANGE 30

     Fractional TOWNSHIP 11 RANGE 30
     Sections 1 and 2, sections 11 to 14 inclusive and sections 23, 24, 26
and 35

     Fractional TOWNSHIP 12 RANGE 30
     Sections 23 to 26 inclusive and sections 35 and 36

     Fractional TOWNSHIP 13 RANGE 30
     Sections 1 and 2, sections 11 to 14 inclusive and sections 23 to 26
inclusive


SECONDLY:

All those parcels or tracts of land situate, lying and being west of the
5th meridian in the Province of Alberta, Canada and being composed of:

     TOWNSHIPS 2 and 3 RANGE 1
     Lying outside the limits of Waterton Lakes National Park

     TOWNSHIP 4 RANGE 1
     Sections 1 to 23 inclusive and sections 28 to 33 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 5 RANGE 1
     Sections 4 to 7 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 8 RANGE 1
     Section 36

     TOWNSHIP 9 RANGE 1
     Section 1, sections 12 to 15 inclusive, sections 22 to 27 inclusive
and sections 34 to 36 inclusive
     Parts of sections 2, 10 and 11 lying generally to the north and east
of the northeasterly limit of a main road

     TOWNSHIP 10 RANGE 1
     Sections 1 to 3 inclusive, sections 9 to 16 inclusive and sections 21
to 36 inclusive
     Part of section 4 lying generally to the north and east of the
northeasterly limit of a main road

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 11 to 13 inclusive RANGE 1

     TOWNSHIP 14 RANGE 1
     Sections 1 to 24 inclusive and sections 28 to 33 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 15 RANGE 1
     Sections 4 to 9 inclusive, sections 16 to 21 inclusive and sections
28 to 33 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 64 RANGE 1
     Sections 25 to 36 inclusive
     Parts of sections 6, 7, 18 and 19 lying to the west of the left bank
of the Pembina River

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 65 to 120 inclusive RANGE 1

     TOWNSHIP 2 RANGE 2
     Lying outside the limits of Waterton Lakes National Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 3 and 4 RANGE 2

     TOWNSHIP 5 RANGE 2
     Sections 1 to 20 inclusive and sections 29 to 32 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 6 RANGE 2
     Sections 5 to 8 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 10 RANGE 2
     Sections 25 to 28 inclusive and sections 32 to 36 inclusive
     Parts of sections 29 to 31 inclusive lying generally to the north of
the left bank of the Oldman River

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 11 to 15 inclusive RANGE 2

     TOWNSHIP 62 RANGE 2
     Sections 14 to 16 inclusive, sections 21 to 23 inclusive and sections
26 to 35 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 63 RANGE 2
     Sections 2 to 11 inclusive, sections 14 to 23 inclusive and sections
26 to 36 inclusive

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 64 to 120 inclusive RANGE 2

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 3 to 5 inclusive RANGE 3

     TOWNSHIP 6 RANGE 3
     Sections 1 to 12 inclusive, sections 14 to 23 inclusive and sections
26 to 36 inclusive

     The whole of TOWNSHIP 7 RANGE 3

     TOWNSHIPS 8 and 9 RANGE 3
     Sections 2 to 11 inclusive, sections 14 to 23 inclusive and sections
26 to 35 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 10 RANGE 3
     Sections 2 to 11 inclusive, sections 14 to 23 inclusive and sections
26 to 36 inclusive
     Part of section 25 lying generally north of the left bank of the
Oldman River

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 11 to 15 inclusive RANGE 3

     TOWNSHIP 16 RANGE 3
     Sections 3 to 9 inclusive, sections 16 to 21 inclusive and sections
28 to 33 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 62 RANGE 3
     Sections 25 and 36

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 63 to 120 inclusive RANGE 3

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 3 to 16 inclusive RANGE 4

     TOWNSHIP 17 RANGE 4
     Sections 2 to 11 inclusive, sections 13 to 23 inclusive and sections
26 to 35 inclusive
     Parts of sections 24 and 25 lying inside Eden Valley Indian Reserve
No. 216

     TOWNSHIP 18 RANGE 4
     Sections 2 to 11 inclusive, sections 14 to 23 inclusive and sections
26 to 35 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 19 RANGE 4 
     Sections 2 to 11 inclusive, sections 15 to 22 inclusive and sections
27 to 34 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 20 RANGE 4
     Sections 3 to 10 inclusive, sections 15 to 19 inclusive and sections
30 and 31

     TOWNSHIP 21 RANGE 4
     Sections 6, 7, 18, 19 and the north half and southwest quarter of
section 30

     TOWNSHIP 26 RANGE 4
     Section 6 and part of section 5 lying inside Indian Reserve Nos. 142,
143 and 144

     TOWNSHIP 41 RANGE 4
     Part of section 31 lying generally north of local main road

     TOWNSHIP 42 RANGE 4
     Sections 5 to 8 inclusive, sections 17 to 20 inclusive and sections
29 to 32 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 43 RANGE 4
     Sections 5 to 8 inclusive, sections 17 to 20 inclusive and sections
28 to 33 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 44 RANGE 4
     Sections 4 to 9 inclusive, sections 16 to 21 inclusive and sections
28 to 33 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 45 RANGE 4
     Sections 3 to 10 inclusive, sections 15 to 22 inclusive and sections
27 to 34 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 61 RANGE 4
     Part of section 31 lying generally to the north and west of the right
bank of the Athabasca River

     TOWNSHIP 62 RANGE 4
     Sections 18 to 20 inclusive and sections 28 to 33 inclusive
     Parts of sections 6, 7, 8, 15, 16, 17, 21, 22, 27 and 34 lying
generally to the north and west of the right bank of the Athabasca River

     TOWNSHIP 63 RANGE 4
     Section 1, sections 4 to 9 inclusive and sections 11 to 36 inclusive
     Parts of sections 2, 3 and 10 lying generally to the west, to the
north and to the east of the right bank of the Athabasca River

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 64 to 120 inclusive RANGE 4

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 5 to 21 inclusive RANGE 5

     TOWNSHIP 22 RANGE 5
     Sections 1 to 24 inclusive, sections 29 to 33 inclusive and the south
half and northwest quarter of section 28

     TOWNSHIP 23 RANGE 5
     Sections 5 to 7 inclusive and section 18

     TOWNSHIP 25 RANGE 5
     All lands lying inside Indian Reserve Nos. 142, 143 and 144

     TOWNSHIP 26 RANGE 5
     Sections 1 to 7 inclusive and sections 9 and 12
     Parts of sections 8, 10, 11 and 14 lying inside Indian Reserve Nos.
142, 143 and 144

     TOWNSHIP 27 RANGE 5
     Sections 4 to 9 inclusive, sections 16 to 21 inclusive and sections
28 to 33 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 28 RANGE 5
     The south half of section 4, sections 5 to 8 inclusive, sections 16
to 21 inclusive and sections 28 to 33 inclusive

     TOWNSHIPS 29 and 30 RANGE 5
     Sections 5 to 8 inclusive, sections 17 to 20 inclusive and sections
29 to 32 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 35 RANGE 5
     Sections 3 to 10 inclusive and sections 17 and 18

     TOWNSHIP 41 RANGE 5
     Parts of sections 31 to 36 inclusive lying generally to the north of
a local main road

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 42 to 44 inclusive RANGE 5

     TOWNSHIP 45 RANGE 5
     Sections 1 to 29 inclusive and sections 32 to 36 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 61 RANGE 5
     Parts of sections 26, 27, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35 and 36 lying generally
to the north of the right bank of the Athabasca River
     Parts of sections 7 and 18 lying generally to the west of Highway No.
763

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 62 to 120 inclusive RANGE 5

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 7, 8 and 11 RANGE 6

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 13 to 25 inclusive RANGE 6

     TOWNSHIP 26 RANGE 6
     Sections 1 to 12 inclusive, sections 14 to 23 inclusive and sections
26 to 35 inclusive

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 27 to 35 inclusive RANGE 6

     TOWNSHIPS 36, 37 and 38 RANGE 6
     Parts of the townships lying generally to the west of the left bank
of the Clearwater River

     TOWNSHIP 40 RANGE 6
     Sections 6, 7, 18 and 19 and sections 28 to 33 inclusive

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 41 to 44 inclusive RANGE 6

     TOWNSHIP 45 RANGE 6
     Sections 1 to 24 inclusive

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 61 to 120 inclusive RANGE 6

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 16 to 37 inclusive RANGE 7

     TOWNSHIP 38 RANGE 7
     Parts of the township lying generally to the west of the left bank of
the Clearwater River

     TOWNSHIP 39 RANGE 7
     Sections 4 to 8 inclusive, sections 17 to 20 inclusive and sections
29 to 32 inclusive
     Parts of sections 2, 3, 9, 10 and 16 lying generally to the west of
the left bank of the Clearwater River
     Parts of sections 21, 22, 27, 28 and 33 lying generally to the west
of the right bank of the North Saskatchewan River

     TOWNSHIP 40 RANGE 7
     Sections 1 to 3 inclusive, sections 5 to 36 inclusive
     Parts of section 4 lying generally west of the right bank of the
North Saskatchewan River and north of Highway No. 11

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 41 to 44 inclusive RANGE 7

     TOWNSHIP 45 RANGE 7
     Sections 1 to 24 inclusive and sections 28 to 33 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 46 RANGE 7
     Sections 4 to 9 inclusive, sections 16 to 20 inclusive and sections
29 to 32 inclusive
     Parts of sections 21, 22, 28 and 33 lying generally west of main
local road

     TOWNSHIP 47 RANGE 7
     Sections 5 to 7 inclusive, sections 17 to 20 inclusive and sections
29 to 32 inclusive
     Parts of sections 3, 4, 8 and 9 lying generally west of main local
road
     Part of section 33 lying generally to the north and west of the left
bank of the North Saskatchewan River

     TOWNSHIP 48 RANGE 7
     Sections 5 to 8 inclusive
     Parts of sections 4 and 9 lying generally to the west of the left
bank of the North Saskatchewan River

     TOWNSHIP 52 RANGE 7
     Parts of the township lying generally to the west of the left bank of
the Pembina River

     TOWNSHIP 53 RANGE 7
     Parts of sections 5 to 8 inclusive and 17 to 20 inclusive lying
generally to the west of the left bank of the Pembina River and south of
Highway No. 16

     TOWNSHIP 60 RANGE 7
     Parts of sections 31 and 32 lying generally north and west of the
right bank of the Athabasca River

     TOWNSHIP 61 RANGE 7
     Sections 6 to 36 inclusive
     Parts of sections 4 and 5 lying generally north and west of the right
bank of the Athabasca River

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 62 to 120 inclusive RANGE 7

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 18 to 47 inclusive RANGE 8

     TOWNSHIP 48 RANGE 8
     Sections 1 to 12 inclusive and sections 18, 19, 30 and 31

     TOWNSHIP 49 RANGE 8
     Sections 6, 7, 18, 19, 30 and 31

     TOWNSHIP 50 RANGE 8
     Sections 6, 19 and 20 and sections 29 to 32 inclusive
     Parts of sections 7, 9, 15, 16, 17, 18, 21, 22, 27, 28, 33 and 34
lying generally to the west of the left bank of the Pembina River

     TOWNSHIPS 51 and 52 RANGE 8
     Parts of the townships lying generally to the west of the left bank
of the Pembina River

     TOWNSHIP 53 RANGE 8
     Sections 1 to 21 inclusive and sections 28 to 33 inclusive
     Parts of sections 22 to 24 lying generally to the south of Highway
No. 16
     Part of section 34 lying generally to the west of Highway No. 22

     TOWNSHIP 54 RANGE 8
     Sections 4 to 9 inclusive, sections 16 to 21 inclusive and sections
28 to 32 inclusive
     Parts of sections 3, 10 and 33 lying generally to the west of Highway
No. 22

     TOWNSHIP 55 RANGE 8
     Sections 5 to 8 inclusive, sections 17 to 20 inclusive and sections
29 and 30
     Part of section 4 lying generally south and west of Highway No. 22

     TOWNSHIP 60 RANGE 8
     Parts of the township lying generally to the north and west of the
right bank of the Athabasca River

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 61 to 120 inclusive RANGE 8

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 18 to 25 RANGE 9

     TOWNSHIPS 26 and 27 RANGE 9
     Parts of the townships lying outside the limits of Banff National
Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 28 to 55 inclusive RANGE 9

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 59 to 120 inclusive RANGE 9

     The whole of TOWNSHIP 19 RANGE 10

     TOWNSHIPS 20 to 23 inclusive RANGE 10
     Parts of the townships lying outside the limits of Banff National
Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIP 24 RANGE 10

     TOWNSHIPS 25 to 27 inclusive RANGE 10
     Parts of the townships lying outside the limits of Banff National
Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 28 to 126 inclusive RANGE 10

     TOWNSHIPS 21 to 25 inclusive RANGE 11
     Parts of the townships lying outside the limits of Banff National
Park

     TOWNSHIPS 27 to 30 inclusive RANGE 11
     Parts of the townships lying outside the limits of Banff National
Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 31 to 126 inclusive RANGE 11

     TOWNSHIPS 30 and 31 RANGE 12
     Parts of the townships lying outside the limits of Banff National
Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 32 to 126 inclusive RANGE 12

     TOWNSHIPS 31 and 32 RANGE 13
     Parts of the townships lying outside the limits of Banff National
Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 33 to 126 inclusive RANGE 13

     TOWNSHIPS 32 and 33 RANGE 14
     Parts of the townships lying outside the limits of the Banff National
Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 34 TO 74 inclusive RANGE 14

     TOWNSHIP 75 RANGE 14
     Sections 1 to 18 inclusive, sections 20 to 29 inclusive and sections
32 to 36 inclusive
     Parts of sections 19, 30 and 31 lying generally east of the western
shore of the waters of Lesser Slave Lake

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 76 to 126 inclusive RANGE 14

     TOWNSHIPS 33 and 34 RANGE 15
     Parts of the townships lying outside the limits of Banff National
Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 35 to 73  inclusive RANGE 15

     TOWNSHIP 74 RANGE 15
     Sections 1 to 16 inclusive, sections 22 to 27 inclusive and sections
34 to 36 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 75 RANGE 15
     Sections 1 and 2, sections 11 to 14 inclusive, and parts of sections
23 to 26 inclusive and section 36 which are covered by the waters of Lesser
Slave Lake
     Part of section 3 lying generally east and south of Highway No. 750

     TOWNSHIP 76 RANGE 15
     Sections 24 to 26 inclusive and sections 30 to 36 inclusive
     Parts of sections 1, 2 and 11 to 13 inclusive lying generally to the
east of the right bank of the South Heart River and Buffalo Bay waters
     Part of section 23 lying generally to the east of a local road
crossing the Heart River Settlement
     Parts of sections 19 and 20 lying generally to the north of the main
road crossing Big Prairie Settlement
     Parts of sections 27 to 29 inclusive lying generally to the north of
the main road crossing the Big Prairie Settlement, Indian Reserve No. 150D
and the Heart River Settlement
     Part of section 14 lying generally to the north of the right bank of
the South Heart River and to the east of a local road crossing the Heart
River Settlement

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 77 to 126 inclusive RANGE 15

     TOWNSHIPS 33 and 34 RANGE 16
     Parts of the townships lying outside the limits of Banff National
Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 35 to 73 inclusive RANGE 16

     TOWNSHIP 74 RANGE 16
     Sections 1 to 5 inclusive and sections 8 to 12 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 76 RANGE 16
     Sections 25 to 36 inclusive
     Part of section 24 lying generally to the north and east of the main
road crossing the Big Prairie Settlement

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 77 to 126 inclusive RANGE 16

     TOWNSHIPS 32 and 33 RANGE 17
     Parts of the townships lying outside the limits of Banff National
Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 34 to 72 inclusive RANGE 17

     TOWNSHIP 73 RANGE 17
     Sections 1 to 26 inclusive and sections 35 and 36

     TOWNSHIP 74 RANGE 17
     Sections 27 to 34 inclusive
     Parts of sections 26 and 35 lying generally to the west of the
easterly limit of the West Prairie Canal
     Part of section 22 lying generally north of Highway No. 2

     TOWNSHIP 75 RANGE 17
     Sections 3 to 10 inclusive, sections 15 to 22 inclusive and sections
26 to 36 inclusive
     Parts of sections 1, 2, 11, 14, 23, 24 and 25 lying generally to the
west of the easterly limit of the West Prairie Canal

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 76 to 126 inclusive RANGE 17

     TOWNSHIP 33 RANGE 18
     Parts of the township lying outside the limits of Banff National Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 34 to 72 inclusive RANGE 18

     TOWNSHIP 73 RANGE 18
     Sections 1 to 24 inclusive and sections 27 to 34 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 74 RANGE 18
     Sections 6 and 7, sections 15 to 22 inclusive and sections 25 to 36
inclusive

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 75 to 126 inclusive RANGE 18

     TOWNSHIPS 33 to 36 inclusive RANGE 19
     Parts of the townships lying outside the limits of Banff National
Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 37 to 73 inclusive RANGE 19

     TOWNSHIP 74 RANGE 19
     Sections 1 to 5 inclusive, sections 7 to 24 inclusive and sections 29
and 30
     Part of section 6 lying generally to the north and east of the right
bank of the Little Smoky River
     Parts of sections 27, 28 and 31 to 33 inclusive lying generally south
and west of Highway No. 2

     TOWNSHIP 76 RANGE 19
     Sections 25 and 36
     Parts of sections 12, 13, 23, 24, 26, 34 and 35 lying generally east
of Highway No. 49

     TOWNSHIP 77 RANGE 19
     Sections 1 and 2, sections 11 to 15 inclusive, sections 22 to 27
inclusive and sections 34 to 36 inclusive
     Parts of sections 3 and 10 lying generally north and east of Highway
No. 49

     TOWNSHIP 78 RANGE 19
     Sections 1 and 2, sections 11 to 14 inclusive, sections 23 to 27
inclusive and sections 32 to 36 inclusive
     Parts of sections 3, 10, 15, 21, 22, 28, 29, 30 and 31 lying
generally to the north and east of the northerly and easterly shorelines of
Kimiwan Lake

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 79 to 126 inclusive RANGE 19

     TOWNSHIPS 35 and 36 RANGE 20
     Parts of the townships lying outside the limits of Banff National
Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 37 to 39 inclusive RANGE 20

     TOWNSHIPS 40 to 43 inclusive RANGE 20
     Parts of the townships lying outside the limits of Jasper National
Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 44 to 73 inclusive RANGE 20

     TOWNSHIP 74 RANGE 20
     Parts of the township lying generally north and east of the right
bank of the Little Smoky River and south of Highway No. 2

     TOWNSHIP 78 RANGE 20
     Section 36
     Part of section 25 lying generally west of the westerly shoreline of
Kimiwan Lake

     TOWNSHIP 79 RANGE 20
     Sections 1 and 2, sections 11 to 14 inclusive, sections 23 to 26
inclusive and sections 35 and 36

     TOWNSHIP 80 RANGE 20
     Sections 1 and 2, sections 11 to 14 inclusive and sections 24, 25 and
36

     TOWNSHIP 81 RANGE 20
     Sections 1, 12, 13, 24, 25 and 36

     TOWNSHIP 82 RANGE 20
     Section 1 and sections 7 to 36 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 83 RANGE 20
     Sections 1 to 4 inclusive, sections 9 to 16 inclusive, sections 21 to
28 inclusive and sections 33 to 36 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 84 RANGE 20
     Sections 1 to 4 inclusive and sections 9 to 36 inclusive

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 85 to 94 inclusive RANGE 20

     TOWNSHIP 95 RANGE 20
     Sections 1 to 28 inclusive and sections 33 to 36 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 96 RANGE 20
     Sections 1 to 4 inclusive and sections 9 to 36 inclusive

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 97 to 126 inclusive RANGE 20

     TOWNSHIPS 36 and 37 RANGE 21
     Parts of the townships lying outside the limits of the Banff National
Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIP 38 RANGE 21

     TOWNSHIPS 39 to 43 inclusive RANGE 21
     Parts of the townships lying outside the limits of Jasper National
Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 44 to 67 inclusive RANGE 21

     TOWNSHIPS 68 and 69 RANGE 21
     Parts of the townships lying generally to the north and east of the
right bank of the Little Smoky River

     TOWNSHIP 70 RANGE 21
     Sections 1 to 5 inclusive, sections 9 to 14 inclusive, sections 23 to
27 inclusive and sections 31 to 36 inclusive
     Parts of sections 6, 7, 8, 15, 16, 17, 21, 22 and 28 lying generally
to the south and east of the right bank of the Little Smoky River

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 71 to 73 inclusive RANGE 21

     TOWNSHIP 74 RANGE 21
     Parts of the township lying generally to the north and east of the
right bank of the Little Smoky River and south and east of Highway No. 34

     TOWNSHIP 75 RANGE 21
     Part of section 2 lying south of Highway No. 2 and east of Highway
No. 34

     TOWNSHIP 82 RANGE 21
     Part of section 36 lying east of Highway No. 2

     TOWNSHIP 84 RANGE 21
     Section 7 and sections 13 to 36 inclusive
     Parts of sections 6 and 8 lying generally west of the right bank of
the Peace River

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 85 to 90 inclusive RANGE 21

     TOWNSHIP 91 RANGE 21
     Sections 1 to 29 inclusive and sections 32 to 36 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 92 RANGE 21
     Sections 1 to 5 inclusive, sections 8 to 17 inclusive, sections 20 to
29 inclusive and sections 32 to 36 inclusive

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 93 and 94 RANGE 21

     TOWNSHIP 95 RANGE 21
     Sections 1 to 4 inclusive, sections 10 to 15 inclusive and sections
19, 23, 24, 30 and 31

     TOWNSHIP 96 RANGE 21
     Sections 4 to 9 inclusive and sections 13 to 36 inclusive

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 97 to 126 inclusive RANGE 21

     TOWNSHIPS 37 and 38 RANGE 22
     Parts of the townships lying outside the limits of the Banff National
Park and Jasper National Park

     TOWNSHIPS 43 and 44 RANGE 22
     Parts of the townships lying outside the limits of Jasper National
Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 45 to 66 inclusive RANGE 22

     TOWNSHIP 67 RANGE 22
     Sections 1 to 35 inclusive
     Part of section 36 lying south of the right bank of the Little Smoky
River

     TOWNSHIP 68 RANGE 22
     Sections 6, 7, 18, 19, 30 and 31
     Parts of sections 1, 2, 12, 13, 24, 25 and 36 lying generally east of
the right bank of the Little Smoky River

     TOWNSHIP 69 RANGE 22
     Sections 6, 7, 18, 19, 30 and 31
     Parts of sections 1, 12, 13, 23 to 26 inclusive and section 36 lying
generally to the south, east and north of the right bank of the Little
Smoky River

     TOWNSHIP 70 RANGE 22
     Sections 31 to 36 inclusive
     Parts of sections 1 and 2 lying generally to the east of the right
bank of the Little Smoky River

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 71 to 73 inclusive RANGE 22

     TOWNSHIP 76 RANGE 22
     Parts of sections 7, 18, 19 and 20 lying generally west of Highway
No. 744 and south of the left bank of the Little Smoky River

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 84 to 88 inclusive RANGE 22

     TOWNSHIP 89 RANGE 22
     Sections 1 to 14 inclusive, sections 23 to 25 inclusive and section
36

     TOWNSHIP 90 RANGE 22
     Sections 1, 12, 24 and 25 and sections 33 to 36 inclusive
     Parts of sections 26 to 28 inclusive lying generally to the north of
a road locally known as Sunny Valley Road
     Part of section 13 lying east of main local road

     TOWNSHIP 91 RANGE 22
     Sections 1 to 3 inclusive, sections 10 to 16 inclusive and sections
21 to 24 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 92 RANGE 22
     Sections 15 to 22 inclusive and sections 28 to 33 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 93 RANGE 22
     Sections 1 to 5 inclusive, sections 9 to 15 inclusive, sections 22 to
27 inclusive and sections 32 to 36 inclusive
     Part of section 31 lying generally south and east of Highway No. 35

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 94 to 126 inclusive RANGE 22

     TOWNSHIPS 44 and 45 RANGE 23
     Parts of the townships lying outside the limits of Jasper National
Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 46 to 73 inclusive RANGE 23

     TOWNSHIPS 74 RANGE 23
     Sections 2 to 10 inclusive, sections 15 to 22 inclusive, sections 29
to 32 inclusive and the south half of section 11

     TOWNSHIP 75 RANGE 23
     Sections 30 to 32 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 76 RANGE 23
     Sections 4 to 12 inclusive, sections 14 to 22 inclusive and sections
27 to 34 inclusive
     The south half of section 35
     Parts of sections 13, 23 and 24 lying generally to the south and west
of the left bank of the Little Smoky River

     TOWNSHIP 77 RANGE 23
     Sections 5, 6, 7 and 18 and the west half of section 8

     TOWNSHIP 84 RANGE 23
     Sections 1 to 3 inclusive, sections 10 to 15 inclusive and sections
22 to 36 inclusive

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 85 to 88 inclusive RANGE 23

     TOWNSHIP 89 RANGE 23
     Sections 1 to 12 inclusive, sections 15 to 22 inclusive and sections
28 to 33 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 90 RANGE 23
     Sections 4 to 9 inclusive, sections 16 to 21 inclusive and sections
30 and 31

     TOWNSHIP 91 RANGE 23
     Sections 5 to 8 inclusive and sections 18 and 19

     TOWNSHIP 93 RANGE 23
     Sections 7 to 10 inclusive, sections 16 to 21 inclusive, sections 28
to 33 inclusive and the south half of section 15

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 94 to 122 inclusive RANGE 23

     Fractional TOWNSHIPS 123 to 126 inclusive RANGE 23

     TOWNSHIPS 45 to 47 inclusive RANGE 24
     Parts of the townships lying outside the limits of Jasper National
Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 48 to 76 inclusive RANGE 24

     TOWNSHIP 77 RANGE 24
     Sections 1 to 12 inclusive and section 18
     Parts of sections 13 to 17 inclusive lying generally to the south of
the left bank of the Smoky River and the Little Smoky River

     TOWNSHIP 84 RANGE 24
     Sections 25 to 36 inclusive

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 85 to 106 inclusive RANGE 24

     Fractional TOWNSHIPS 107 to 122 inclusive RANGE 24

     TOWNSHIPS 46 to 48 inclusive RANGE 25
     Parts of the townships lying outside the limits of Jasper National
Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 49 to 70 inclusive RANGE 25

     TOWNSHIP 71 RANGE 25
     Sections 1 to 6 inclusive, sections 10 to 16 inclusive and sections
20 to 36 inclusive
     The south half of sections 7 and 8 and parts of sections 8, 9, 17, 18
and 19 lying generally north and east of Highway No. 34

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 72 to 76 inclusive RANGE 25

     TOWNSHIP 77 RANGE 25
     Sections 1 to 17 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 79 RANGE 25
     Sections 27 to 36 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 80 RANGE 25
     Sections 1 to 16 inclusive, sections 22 to 26 inclusive and section
36
     Parts of sections 17, 18, 20, 21, 27, 28, 34 and 35 lying generally
to the south and east of the right bank of the Peace River

     TOWNSHIP 81 RANGE 25
     Parts of the township lying generally to the south and east of the
right bank of the Peace River

     TOWNSHIP 84 RANGE 25
     Sections 5 to 8 inclusive, sections 14 to 23 inclusive and sections
25 to 36 inclusive

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 85 to 90 inclusive RANGE 25

     Fractional TOWNSHIPS 91 to 106 inclusive RANGE 25

     TOWNSHIPS 48 and 49 RANGE 26
     Parts of the townships lying outside the limits of Jasper National
Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 50 to 70 inclusive RANGE 26

     Fractional TOWNSHIP 71 RANGE 26
     Sections 1 to 8 inclusive, sections 18 and 36, the south half of
sections 9 to 12 inclusive
     Parts of sections 24, 25, 26, 34 and 35 lying generally north and
east of Highway No. 34

     Fractional TOWNSHIP 72 RANGE 26
     Sections 1 to 3 inclusive and sections 7 to 36 inclusive
     Parts of sections 4 and 5 lying generally to the north and east of
Highway No. 34

     Fractional TOWNSHIPS 73 to 76 inclusive RANGE 26

     Fractional TOWNSHIP 77 RANGE 26
     Sections 1 to 5 inclusive and sections 8 to 12 inclusive

     Fractional TOWNSHIP 79 RANGE 26
     Sections 25 to 28 inclusive and sections 33 to 36 inclusive

     Fractional TOWNSHIP 80 RANGE 26
     Parts of the township lying generally to the south and east of the
right bank of the Peace River

     Fractional TOWNSHIPS 84 to 90 inclusive RANGE 26

     TOWNSHIPS 49 and 50 RANGE 27
     Parts of the townships lying outside the limits of Jasper National
Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 51 to 54 inclusive RANGE 27

     Fractional TOWNSHIPS 55 to 70 inclusive RANGE 27

     Fractional TOWNSHIP 50 RANGE 28
     Parts of the township lying outside the limits of Jasper National
Park

     Fractional TOWNSHIPS 51 to 54 inclusive RANGE 28


THIRDLY:

All those parcels or tracts of land situate, lying and being west of the
6th meridian in the Province of Alberta, Canada and being composed of:

     TOWNSHIPS 50 and 51 RANGE 1
     Parts of the townships lying outside the limits of Jasper National
Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 52 to 70 inclusive RANGE 1

     TOWNSHIP 71 RANGE 1
     Sections 1 to 30 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 73 RANGE 1
     Section 1, sections 12 to 14 inclusive, sections 23 to 26 inclusive
and sections 35 and 36

     The whole of TOWNSHIP 74 RANGE 1

     TOWNSHIP 75 RANGE 1
     Sections 1 to 6 inclusive, sections 8 to 17 inclusive and sections 20
to 36 inclusive
     Parts of sections 7, 18 and 19 lying generally to the east of the
left bank of the Smoky River

     TOWNSHIP 76 RANGE 1
     Sections 1 to 14 inclusive, sections 23 to 26 inclusive and sections
35 and 36

     TOWNSHIP 77 RANGE 1
     Sections 1 to 24 inclusive and sections 28 to 30 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 79 RANGE 1
     Sections 19 to 36 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 80 RANGE 1
     Parts of the township lying generally to the south of the right bank
of the Peace River

     TOWNSHIP 83 RANGE 1
     Sections 4 to 9 inclusive, sections 16 to 21 inclusive and sections
25 to 36 inclusive

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 84 to 126 inclusive RANGE 1

     TOWNSHIPS 50 and 51 RANGE 2
     Parts of the townships lying outside the limits of Jasper National
Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 52 to 70 inclusive RANGE 2

     TOWNSHIP 71 RANGE 2
     Sections 1 to 6 inclusive, sections 9 to 16 inclusive and sections 22
to 26 inclusive
     Parts of sections 7, 8, 17, 18, 20, 21, 27, 28 and 31 to 34 inclusive
lying generally north, south and east of the left banks of the Wapiti and
Smoky Rivers

     TOWNSHIP 72 RANGE 2
     Sections 3, 4, 9, 10, 15, 16, 21, 22, 27, 28 and sections 32 to 34
inclusive
     Parts of sections 5 to 8 inclusive, sections 17 to 20 inclusive and
sections 29 to 31 inclusive lying generally to the east and south of the
left bank of the Smoky River

     TOWNSHIP 73 RANGE 2
     Sections 2 to 5 inclusive, sections 8 to 11 inclusive, sections 14 to
17 inclusive, sections 21 to 23 inclusive and sections 26 and 35
     Parts of sections 6, 7, 18, 19, 20, 27, 28, 29 and 34 lying generally
to the east of the left bank of the Smoky River

     TOWNSHIP 74 RANGE 2
     Parts of the township lying generally to the east of the left bank of
the Smoky River

     TOWNSHIP 75 RANGE 2
     Parts of the township lying generally east and south of the left bank
of the Smoky River

     TOWNSHIP 76 RANGE 2
     Parts of sections 1 and 2 lying generally south of the left bank of
the Smoky River

     TOWNSHIP 77 RANGE 2
     Sections 1 to 27 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 79 RANGE 2
     Sections 7 to 36 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 80 RANGE 2
     Parts of the township lying generally to the south of the right bank
of the Peace River

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 83 to 126 inclusive RANGE 2

     TOWNSHIP 51 RANGE 3
     Parts of the townships lying outside the limits of Jasper National
Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 52 to 70 inclusive RANGE 3

     TOWNSHIP 71 RANGE 3
     Parts of the township lying generally to the south of the left bank
of the Wapiti River

     The whole of TOWNSHIP 75 RANGE 3

     TOWNSHIP 76 RANGE 3
     Sections 6, 7 and 18

     TOWNSHIP 77 RANGE 3
     Section 1 and sections 7 to 24 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 79 RANGE 3
     Sections 10 to 15 inclusive and sections 22 to 36 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 80 RANGE 3
     Parts of the township lying generally to the south of the right bank
of the Peace River

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 83 to 126 inclusive RANGE 3

     TOWNSHIPS 51 and 52 RANGE 4
     Parts of the townships lying outside the limits of Jasper National
Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 53 to 69 inclusive RANGE 4

     TOWNSHIPS 70 and 71 RANGE 4
     Parts of the townships lying generally to the south of the left bank
of the Wapiti River

     TOWNSHIP 74 RANGE 4
     Sections 32 to 36 inclusive

     The whole of TOWNSHIP 75 RANGE 4

     TOWNSHIP 76 RANGE 4
     Sections 1 to 18 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 77 RANGE 4
     Sections 11 to 14 inclusive and sections 23 and 24

     TOWNSHIP 79 RANGE 4
     Sections 35 and 36

     TOWNSHIP 80 RANGE 4
     Parts of the township lying generally to the south of the right bank
of the Peace River and to the east of Highway No. 2

     TOWNSHIP 83 RANGE 4
     Sections 12 to 14 inclusive, sections 22 to 27 inclusive and sections
33 to 36 inclusive
     Parts of sections 1, 2, 10, 11, 15, 21, 28 and 32 lying generally to
the east of Highway No. 64

     TOWNSHIP 84 RANGE 4
     Sections 1 to 4 inclusive, sections 8 to 17 inclusive, sections 20 to
29 inclusive and sections 32 to 36 inclusive
     Parts of sections 5 and 19 lying generally to the east of Highway No.
64

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 85 to 126 inclusive RANGE 4

     TOWNSHIPS 51 and 52 RANGE 5
     Parts of the townships lying outside the limits of Jasper National
Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 53 to 69 inclusive RANGE 5

     TOWNSHIP 70 RANGE 5
     Parts of the township lying generally to the south of the left bank
of the Wapiti River

     The whole of TOWNSHIP 75 RANGE 5

     TOWNSHIP 76 RANGE 5
     Sections 1 to 18 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 84 RANGE 5
     Parts of section 31 lying generally north and west of the left bank
of the Montagneuse River

     TOWNSHIP 85 RANGE 5
     Sections 1 and 7 and sections 12 to 36 inclusive
     Parts of sections 5, 6 and 8 lying generally to the west of the left
bank of the Montagneuse River

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 86 to 126 inclusive RANGE 5

     TOWNSHIPS 51 and 52 RANGE 6
     Parts of the townships lying outside the limits of Jasper National
Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 53 to 69 inclusive RANGE 6

     TOWNSHIP 70 RANGE 6
     Parts of the township lying generally to the south of the left bank
of the Wapiti River

     TOWNSHIP 74 RANGE 6
     Sections 31 to 36 inclusive

     The whole of TOWNSHIP 75 RANGE 6

     TOWNSHIP 76 RANGE 6
     Sections 1 to 14 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 81 RANGE 6
     Sections 16 to 18 inclusive
     Parts of sections 14, 15, 19, 20, 30 and 31 lying generally to the
south and west of the right bank of the Peace River

     TOWNSHIP 82 RANGE 6
     Parts of the township lying generally to the west of the right bank
of the Peace River

     TOWNSHIP 83 RANGE 6
     Parts of sections 31 and 32 lying generally to the north of the left
bank of the Montagneuse River

     TOWNSHIP 84 RANGE 6
     Parts of the township lying generally west of the left bank of the
Montagneuse River

     TOWNSHIP 85 RANGE 6
     Parts of the township lying generally north and west of the left bank
of the Montagneuse River

     TOWNSHIP 86 RANGE 6
     Sections 1 to 17 inclusive, sections 20 to 29 inclusive and sections
32 to 36 inclusive

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 87 to 126 inclusive RANGE 6

     TOWNSHIPS 51 and 52 RANGE 7
     Parts of the townships lying outside the limits of Jasper National
Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 53 to 69 inclusive RANGE 7

     TOWNSHIP 70 RANGE 7
     Parts of the township lying generally to the south of the left bank
of the Wapiti River

     TOWNSHIP 74 RANGE 7
     Sections 34 to 36 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 75 RANGE 7
     Sections 1 to 5 inclusive and sections 7 to 36 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 76 RANGE 7
     Sections 1 to 12 inclusive, sections 15 to 22 inclusive and sections
27 to 35 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 77 RANGE 7
     Sections 1 to 24 inclusive and sections 28 to 33 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 79 RANGE 7
     Sections 30 and 31

     TOWNSHIP 81 RANGE 7
     Sections 13 to 36 inclusive

     TOWNSHIPS 82 and 83 RANGE 7
     Parts of the townships lying generally to the west of the right bank
of the Peace River

     The whole of TOWNSHIP 84 RANGE 7

     TOWNSHIP 85 RANGE 7
     Sections 1 to 14 inclusive, sections 23 to 26 inclusive and sections
35 and 36

     TOWNSHIP 86 RANGE 7
     Sections 1, 2, 11 and 12

     TOWNSHIP 87 RANGE 7
     Sections 13 to 36 inclusive

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 88 to 126 inclusive RANGE 7

     TOWNSHIP 51 RANGE 8
     Parts of the township lying outside the limits of Jasper National
Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 52 to 69 inclusive RANGE 8

     TOWNSHIP 70 RANGE 8
     Parts of the township lying generally to the south of the left bank
of the Wapiti River

     TOWNSHIP 75 RANGE 8
     Section 11, sections 13 to 15 inclusive, sections 22 to 27 inclusive
and sections 34 to 36 inclusive
     The north half of section 12

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 76 to 79 inclusive RANGE 8

     TOWNSHIP 80 RANGE 8
     Sections 3 to 10 inclusive, sections 17 to 20 inclusive and sections
29 to 32 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 81 RANGE 8
     Sections 4, 5, 6, 13, 24, 25 and 36

     TOWNSHIP 82 RANGE 8
     Sections 1 and 2, sections 11 to 14 inclusive, sections 23 to 26
inclusive and sections 35 and 36

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 83 and 84 RANGE 8

     TOWNSHIP 85 RANGE 8
     Sections 1 to 12 inclusive and sections 28 to 33 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 86 RANGE 8
     Sections 2 to 11 inclusive, sections 14 to 23 inclusive and sections
26 to 35 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 87 RANGE 8
     Sections 5 to 8 inclusive and sections 13 to 36 inclusive

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 88 to 126 inclusive RANGE 8

     TOWNSHIPS 51 and 52 RANGE 9
     Parts of the townships lying outside the limits of Jasper National
Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 53 to 68 inclusive RANGE 9

     TOWNSHIPS 69 and 70 RANGE 9
     Parts of the townships lying generally to the south of the left bank
of the Wapiti River

     TOWNSHIP 75 RANGE 9
     Sections and 30 and 31

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 76 to 80 inclusive RANGE 9

     TOWNSHIP 81 RANGE 9
     Sections 1 to 5 inclusive

     TOWNSHIPS 83 and 84 RANGE 9
     Parts of the townships lying generally to the south of the left bank
of the Peace River

     TOWNSHIP 85 RANGE 9
     Sections 14 to 23 inclusive and sections 25 to 36 inclusive

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 86 to 126 inclusive RANGE 9

     TOWNSHIPS 50 to 52 inclusive RANGE 10
     Parts of the townships lying outside the limits of Jasper National
Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 53 to 68 inclusive RANGE 10

     TOWNSHIP 69 RANGE 10
     Parts of the township lying generally to the south of the left bank
of the Wapiti River

     TOWNSHIP 75 RANGE 10
     Sections 6, 7 and sections 13 to 36 inclusive

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 76 to 80 inclusive RANGE 10

     TOWNSHIP 82 RANGE 10
     Sections 29 to 32 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 83 RANGE 10
     Parts of the township lying generally to the south of the left bank
of the Peace River

     TOWNSHIP 85 RANGE 10
     Parts of the township lying generally to the north of Highway No. 64

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 86 to 126 inclusive RANGE 10

     The whole of TOWNSHIP 50 RANGE 11

     TOWNSHIPS 51 and 52 RANGE 11
     Parts of the townships lying outside the limits of Jasper National
Park

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 53 to 68 inclusive RANGE 11

     TOWNSHIP 69 RANGE 11
     Parts of the township lying generally to the south and east of the
left bank of the Wapiti River

     TOWNSHIP 71 RANGE 11
     Sections 29 to 32 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 72 RANGE 11
     Sections 5 and 6

     TOWNSHIP 74 RANGE 11
     Section 19 and sections 25 to 36 inclusive

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 75 to 78 inclusive RANGE 11

     TOWNSHIP 79 RANGE 11
     Sections 1 to 6 inclusive, sections 8 to 17 inclusive, sections 20 to
29 inclusive and sections 32 to 36 inclusive
     Part of section 7 lying generally to the south and east of Highway
No. 49

     TOWNSHIP 80 RANGE 11
     Sections 1 to 5 inclusive, sections 8 to 17 inclusive, sections 20 to
29 inclusive and sections 32 to 36 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 82 RANGE 11
     Sections 25 to 36 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 83 RANGE 11
     Parts of the township lying generally to the south of the left bank
of the Peace River

     TOWNSHIPS 84 and 85 RANGE 11
     Parts of the townships lying generally to the north of Highway No. 64

     TOWNSHIPS 86 to 126 inclusive RANGE 11

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 50 to 68 inclusive RANGE 12

     TOWNSHIP 69 RANGE 12
     Sections 4 to 9 inclusive and sections 16 to 21 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 71 RANGE 12
     Sections 2 to 11 inclusive, sections 14 to 36 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 72 RANGE 12
     Sections 1 to 3 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 74 RANGE 12
     Sections 22 to 29 inclusive and sections 31 to 36 inclusive
     Part of section 13 lying within Whitham Lake
     Parts of sections 11, 14, 15, 16, 19, 20, 21 and 30 lying generally
north of Highway No. 2

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 75 to 78 inclusive RANGE 12

     TOWNSHIP 79 RANGE 12
     Parts of the township lying generally to the south of Highway No. 49

     TOWNSHIP 82 RANGE 12
     Sections 19 to 22 inclusive, sections 25 to 28 inclusive and sections
34 to 36 inclusive
     Parts of sections 29, 30, 32 and 33 lying generally to the south and
east of the left bank of the Peace River

     TOWNSHIP 83 RANGE 12
     Parts of the township lying generally to the south of the left bank
of the Peace River

     TOWNSHIP 84 RANGE 12
     Parts of the township lying generally north of Highway No. 64

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 85 to 106 inclusive RANGE 12

     Fractional TOWNSHIPS 107 to 126 inclusive RANGE 12

     The whole of TOWNSHIPS 51 to 71 inclusive RANGE 13

     TOWNSHIP 72 RANGE 13
     Sections 3 to 10 inclusive, sections 15 to 22 inclusive and sections
26 to 35 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 73 RANGE 13
     Sections 2 to 11 inclusive, sections 14 to 23 inclusive and sections
26 to 35 inclusive

     TOWNSHIP 74 RANGE 13
     Sections 2 to 11 inclusive, sections 14 to 23 inclusive, and sections
26 to 36 inclusive
     Part of section 25 lying generally north of Highway No. 2
     The north half of section 1

     Fractional TOWNSHIPS 75 to 77 inclusive RANGE 13

     Fractional TOWNSHIPS 78 and 79 RANGE 13
     Parts of the townships lying generally to the south and east of
Highway No. 49

     Fractional TOWNSHIP 82 RANGE 13
     Sections 1 and 2, sections 11 to 14 inclusive and sections 23 and 24
     Parts of sections 25 and 26 lying generally to the south of the left
bank of the Peace River

     Fractional TOWNSHIP 84 RANGE 13
     Parts of the township lying generally north of Highway No. 64

     Fractional TOWNSHIPS 85 to 106 inclusive RANGE 13

     Fractional TOWNSHIPS 55 to 74 inclusive RANGE 14

FOURTHLY:

All road allowances that are inside and adjacent to the lands described in
this Schedule

     SCHEDULE 2

     FOREST PROTECTION AREA



     Alberta Regulation 150/99

     Engineering, Geological and Geophysical Professions Act

     GENERAL REGULATION

     Filed:  July 14, 1999

Approved by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 290/99) pursuant to
section 18 of the Engineering, Geological and Geophysical Professions Act.


     Table of Contents

Definitions    1

     Part 1
     Membership in the Association

     Division 1
     General

Application    2
Annual fees    3
Non-payment    4
Registers and records    5

     Division 2
     Students

Eligibility    6
Striking from record     7

     Division 3
     Examination Candidates

Eligibility    8
Striking from record     9

     Division 4
     Members-in-Training

Eligibility    10
Time limits    11
Professionally qualified persons inadmissible     12

     Division 5
     Professional Members

Eligibility    13

     Division 6
     Licensees

Eligibility    14

     Division 7
     Board of Examiners

Board of Examiners - constitution  15

     Part 2
     Continuing Professional Development Program

Education program established 16
Mandatory compliance     17
Exemption 18
Written records     19
Proof of compliance 20

     Part 3
     Practice Review Board

Constitution   21
Items considered    22
Investigation by Practice Review Board  23
Report to Council   24

     Part 4
     Council

President and Vice-presidents - election and powers    25
Election of Council 26
Vacancy   27
Quorum    28
Executive Committee 29
Other boards, committees and task forces     30

     Part 5
     Code of Ethics

Application and availability  31

     Part 6
     Discipline

Investigative Committee  32
Public member  33
Term of office 34
Quorum    35
Discipline Committee     36
Public member  37
Term of office 38
Quorum    39
Appeal Board   40
Term of office 41
Quorum    42
Adjournment of investigation if court proceedings commenced 43
Assistance in conducting preliminary investigation     44
Panel of the Discipline Committee  45
Publication    46
Reinstatement of disciplined individuals     47

     Part 7
     Registration of Permit Holders

Requirements for issue of permit   48
Signing and sealing of documents   49
Notification to Association   50
Revocation of permit     51
Name of firm   52
Control and use of stamps and seals     53

     Part 8
     General

Use of stamps and seals issued to members    54
Association publications 55
Publications on professional services   56-59
Membership register 60
Service of notices  61
Enforcement Review Committee  62

     Part 9
     Technologists

Definitions    63
Use of title and stamp or seal     64
Joint Registration Board 65
Registration of engineering technologists    66
Appeals of Board decisions    67
Joint Appeal Board  68
Cancellation and suspension   69
Certificates and stamps or seal    70
List of registered engineering technologists 71
Surrender of stamps and certificates    72

     Part 10
     Registered Professional Technologists

Register  73
Application    74
Annual fees    75
Non-payment    76
Eligibility    77
Application of regulations    78

     Part 11
     Repeal and Expiry

Repeal    79
Expiry    80


Schedule


Definitions
1   In this Regulation,

     (a)  "Act" means the Engineering, Geological and Geophysical
Professions Act;

     (b)  "confirmatory examination" means an examination required by the
Board of Examiners for the purpose of assessing an engineering, geology or
geophysics or related degree held by the applicant and not for a purpose
related to the correction of perceived academic deficiencies.


     PART 1

     MEMBERSHIP IN THE ASSOCIATION

     Division 1
     General

Application
2(1)  An application for registration must be submitted to the Registrar
and must

     (a)  be in a form acceptable to the Board of Examiners, and

     (b)  be fully completed and accompanied by

               (i)  all required supporting documentation, and

               (ii) any fees that are prescribed by the Council.

(2)  The Registrar shall refer an application to the Board of Examiners if
the application meets the requirements of subsection (1) and the Registrar
is satisfied that the applicant meets the eligibility requirements for one
of the categories of membership in the Association.


Annual fees
3   A person who is entered in a record or register under this Part shall
pay any annual fees that are prescribed by the Council.


Non-payment
4   The Council may direct the Registrar to strike the name of a person
from a record or register if the person fails to pay a prescribed fee.


Registers and records
5   The Registrar shall keep the following records and registers for the
purposes of this Part:

     (a)  a record of students;

     (b)  a record of examination candidates;

     (c)  a record of members-in-training.


     Division 2
     Students

Eligibility
6   A person who meets the following requirements and applies to the
Registrar for registration is entitled to be enrolled as a student:

     (a)  the applicant is of good character and reputation;

     (b)  the applicant

               (i)  is enrolled in a full-time program at a university
in Alberta that is recognized by the Board of Examiners as leading to a
degree in engineering, geology or geophysics, or

               (ii) has at least 2 years of post-secondary education
acceptable to the Board of Examiners in areas that relate to the science or
technology of engineering, geology or geophysics, together with

                         (A)  one year of experience in work of an
engineering, geological or geophysical nature acceptable to the Board of
Examiners where the post-secondary education consists of an engineering,
geological or geophysical technology program recognized by the Board of
Examiners, or

                         (B)  3 years of such work experience, where
the post-secondary education consists of education other than such a
program.


Striking from record
7   The Council may direct the Registrar to strike the name of a student
from the record of students

     (a)  if the Council considers that the student has engaged in
behaviour that constitutes unprofessional conduct,

     (b)  if the student ceases to be enrolled in a program referred to
in section 6(b)(i), or

     (c)  if, in the opinion of the Board of Examiners, the student fails
to make satisfactory progress toward registration as a professional member.


     Division 3
     Examination Candidates

Eligibility
8   A person who meets the following requirements and applies to the
Registrar for registration is entitled to be admitted as an examination
candidate:

     (a)  the applicant is of good character and reputation;

     (b)  the applicant is a graduate of

               (i)  a university program in engineering, geology or
geophysics, or

               (ii) a related academic program that is acceptable to
the Board of Examiners,

          but the Board of Examiners has required the applicant to
complete one or more confirmatory examinations or examinations for the
purpose of correcting a perceived academic deficiency.


Striking from record
9(1)  The Council may direct the Registrar to strike the name of an
examination candidate from the record of examination candidates

     (a)  if the Council considers that the examination candidate has
engaged in behaviour that constitutes unprofessional conduct, or

     (b)  if, in the opinion of the Board of Examiners, the examination
candidate fails to make satisfactory progress toward registration as a
professional member.

(2)  A person whose name is struck from the record is no longer eligible to
proceed with the writing of examinations.


     Division 4
     Members-in-Training

Eligibility
10   A person who meets the following requirements and applies to the
Registrar for registration is entitled to be admitted as an
engineer-in-training, geologist-in-training or geophysicist-in-training:

     (a)  the applicant is of good character and reputation;

     (b)  the applicant

               (i)  is a graduate of a university program in
engineering, geology or geophysics or a related university program that is
acceptable to the Board of Examiners, but does not have the work experience
required for registration as a professional member, or

               (ii) is registered as an examination candidate under
section 8(b) and has completed the examinations referred to in that
provision, but does not have the work experience required for registration
as a professional member.


Time limits
11(1)  Subject to subsection (2), no person may remain in the  record of
members-in-training for more than 6 years.

(2)  The Council may in particular cases extend the period referred to in
subsection (1) to not more than 8 years.


Professionally qualified persons inadmissible
12   No person may be admitted as an engineer-in-training,
geologist-in-training or geophysicist-in-training if at the time of
application the person is qualified to be registered as a professional
member or licensee.


     Division 5
     Professional Members

Eligibility
13   A person who meets the following requirements and applies to the
Registrar for registration is entitled to be registered as a professional
member:

     (a)  the applicant is a Canadian citizen or is lawfully admitted to
Canada for permanent residence;

     (b)  the applicant is of good character and reputation;

     (c)  the applicant has a knowledge of the Act and the regulations
under the Act, and general knowledge related to the practice of
engineering, geology or geophysics, which has been demonstrated by passing
an examination that is prescribed by the Board of Examiners;

     (d)  the applicant demonstrates to the Board of Examiners that the
applicant has a proficiency in the English language that is sufficient to
enable the applicant to responsibly practise the profession of engineering,
geology or geophysics;

     (e)  the applicant meets one of the following requirements:

               (i)  the applicant is admitted as a member-in-training
and has obtained at least 4 years of experience in work of an engineering,
geological or geophysical nature that is acceptable to the Board of
Examiners;

               (ii) the applicant is enrolled as a student under
section 6(b)(ii) and

                         (A)  has completed all examinations
prescribed by the Board of Examiners, and

                         (B)  has obtained at least 8 years of
experience in work of an engineering, geological or geophysical nature that
is acceptable to the Board of Examiners, at least one year of which is
obtained after completion of the examinations referred to in paragraph (A);

               (iii)     the applicant is admitted as an examination
candidate and

                         (A)  has completed the examinations referred
to in section 8(b), and

                         (B)  has obtained at least 4 years of
experience in work of an engineering, geological or geophysical nature that
is acceptable to the Board of Examiners;

               (iv) the applicant is not in a register or record
referred to in subclause (i), (ii) or (iii), but has the combined academic
qualifications and experience acceptable to the Board of Examiners that
would be required for registration as a professional member had the
applicant progressed through one of those registers or records.


     Division 6
     Licensees

Eligibility
14   A person who meets all of the requirements of section 13 for
registration as a professional member, except the requirement set out in
section 13(a), is entitled to be registered as a licensee.


     Division 7
     Board of Examiners

Board of Examiners - constitution
15(1)  The Board of Examiners consists of

     (a)  an executive committee constituted under subsection (5),

     (b)  other members, who must be professional members, and who are
appointed by the Council, and

     (c)  any other persons appointed by the Minister under the Act.

(2)  The Board of Examiners shall meet at least twice each year to consider
matters of policy, significant changes in procedure, examination results
and other matters referred to it by its executive committee or the Council.

(3)  The executive committee shall meet as is necessary to rule on
applications for registration.

(4)  The Council shall designate a person as chair of the Board of
Examiners and that person shall also serve as chair of the executive
committee.

(5)  The executive committee of the Board consists of

     (a)  the deans of engineering at universities in Alberta, or persons
designated by the deans, 

     (b)  a senior professor, who must be a professional engineer, from
each of the major engineering disciplines at universities in Alberta,

     (c)  a senior professor, who must be a professional geologist, from
each of the departments of geology at universities in Alberta,

     (d)  a senior professor, who must be a professional geophysicist,
from each of the departments containing the geophysical discipline at
universities in Alberta,

     (e)  other professional members of the Association equal to the
number of members specified in clauses (a) to (d), who are not directly
associated with any of the universities and are representative of the
disciplines of engineering, geology and geophysics, 

     (f)  the Registrar of the Association or the Registrar's designate,

     (g)  one member of the public appointed by the Minister in
accordance with section 29(1.1) of the Act, and

     (h)  2 registered professional technologists (engineering) or
engineering technologists appointed by the Minister under section 79.9 of
the Act.

(6)  Where the executive committee sits for the purposes of ruling on
applications for registration, members appointed under subsection (5)(h)
may sit only in respect of applications for registration as a registered
professional technologist (engineering).

(7)  The Council shall appoint the persons referred to in subsection (5)(b)
to (e).

(8)  The term of appointment for the chair and members of the Board of
Examiners who are appointed by the Council is 3 years, and they may be
reappointed.

(9)  Where a vacancy occurs in a category of membership referred to in
subsection (5)(a) to (f), the Council shall appoint a professional member
to the position for the unexpired portion of the term.

(10)  A quorum for a meeting of the Board of Examiners is ¬ of the members
of the Board.

(11)  A quorum for a meeting of the executive committee of the Board of
Examiners is ¬ of the members of the executive committee.


     PART 2

     CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL
     DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

Education program established
16(1)  The Council establishes the Continuing Professional Development
Program of the Association as the compulsory continuing education program
for professional members and licensees.

(2)  The Practice Review Board shall administer the Continuing Professional
Development Program.


Mandatory compliance
17   A professional member or licensee shall comply with the requirements
of the Continuing Professional Development Program as it applies to that
person's practice of engineering, geology or geophysics, as the case may
be.


Exemption
18(1)  Notwithstanding section 17, a professional member or licensee who
files with the Association a declaration in writing stating that that
person is not actively engaged in the practice of a profession is exempt
from the requirements of this Part.

(2)  An exemption under this section is only effective for one year from
the date the declaration is received by the Association but may be renewed
for additional yearly periods.

(3)  A professional member or licensee shall not engage in the practice of
a profession while an exemption under this section  is in effect.

(4)  A professional member or licensee who has filed a declaration under
subsection (1) must immediately notify the Association in writing if that
person intends to resume the practice of the profession.

(5)  The Practice Review Board may require a professional member or
licensee who has notified the Association under subsection (4) to comply
with any conditions that the Board may set prior to allowing that person to
resume the practice of the profession.


Written records
19   A professional member or licensee must 

     (a)  maintain a written record of activities undertaken in
accordance with the Continuing Professional Development Program, and

     (b)  produce the record under clause (a) on the request of the
Practice Review Board.


Proof of compliance
20(1)  On the request of the Practice Review Board, a professional member
or licensee must satisfy the Board that that person is complying with the
requirements of the Continuing Professional Development Program.

(2)  Where a professional member or licensee fails to satisfy the Practice
Review Board under subsection (1), the Board may

     (a)  conduct a review of the practice of that person in accordance
with the Act and this Regulation, and

     (b)  at any time during a review recommend to the Investigative
Committee that the review be conducted by the Investigative Committee under
Part 5 of the Act as if the recommendation were a written complaint.


     PART 3

     PRACTICE REVIEW BOARD

Constitution
21(1)  The Council shall appoint not fewer than 2 professional engineers,
one professional geologist and one professional geophysicist as members of
the Practice Review Board.

(2)  The Council shall designate one of the professional members as chair.

(3)  The Registrar or the Registrar's designate shall serve as Secretary to
the Practice Review Board.

(4)  The chair and professional members must be appointed for a 3-year
term, and may be reappointed.

(5)  A quorum of the Practice Review Board is 4 of its members.

(6)  Where a vacancy occurs in the Practice Review Board, other than with
respect to the member of the public appointed under section 15(1)(b) of the
Act, the Council shall appoint a professional member to the position for
the unexpired portion of the term.

(7)  In appointing professional members to the Practice Review Board under
this section, the Council

     (a)  shall not appoint a professional member unless the professional
member has at least 10 years of experience in the practice of the
profession, and

     (b)  shall appoint professional members so that the membership will
represent a combination of academic qualifications and experience such that
the Practice Review Board can effectively review and assess registration
requirements and procedures and disciplinary procedures in order to ensure
the continuing competency of members of the Association, and advise the
Council on those matters.


Items considered
22(1)  The Practice Review Board shall meet at least twice each year, and
more frequently if the chair considers it necessary, to consider

     (a)  items referred to the Board by the Council, the Board of
Examiners or the Discipline Committee,

     (b)  reports from the Registrar submitted under subsection (2),

     (c)  items that have come to the attention of the Board from other
sources and that reflect a need to review the procedures of the Association
with respect to registration, discipline or maintenance of professional
competency, and

     (d)  any other items that may be considered by the Board pursuant to
the Act.

(2)  The Registrar shall submit at each regular meeting of the Practice
Review Board a report setting out

     (a)  the number and nature of appeals and complaints relating to
rulings of the Board of Examiners, and

     (b)  the number and nature of complaints dealt with under Part 5 of
the Act and the disposition of the complaints, with special emphasis on
cases reflecting on the competency of members of the Association.


Investigation by Practice Review Board
23(1)  If the Practice Review Board undertakes a review of the practice of
a professional member, licensee, permit holder or certificate holder, it
shall proceed with the review in accordance with this section.

(2)  The Board shall appoint a person to conduct an initial review and
report to the Board with respect to the substance of the conclusions on
which the Board based its decision to commence an investigation.

(3)  If, on receipt of the report, the Board decides that further
investigation is not warranted, the Board shall discontinue the review and
report its decision to the Council, along with any recommendations the
Board considers appropriate.

(4)  If, on receipt of the report, the Board decides that investigation of
a specific practice is necessary, it shall

     (a)  issue notice of investigation to the professional member,
licensee, permit holder or certificate holder if it is of the opinion that
the matter to be investigated relates to matters other than to unskilled
practice of the profession or unprofessional conduct, and proceed with its
investigation in the same manner as provided for in a discipline
investigation, or

     (b)  lodge an appropriate complaint with the Investigative Committee
if it is of the opinion that further investigation may lead to a finding of
unskilled practice of the profession or unprofessional conduct.


Report to Council
24   Following each meeting, the Practice Review Board shall report through
its chair to the Council and may make any recommendations as to changes in
procedures regarding registration, discipline or maintenance of competency
that the Board considers appropriate.


     PART 4

     COUNCIL

President and Vice-presidents - election and powers
25(1)  The President of the Association must be elected annually by the
professional members of the Association, and holds office until a successor
is elected.

(2)  The President shall act as the presiding officer at meetings of the
Council and at meetings of the Association.

(3)  The President may vote at meetings of the Council or the Association
only in the event of a tied vote.

(4)  The 2 Vice-presidents must be elected annually by the professional
members of the Association and must be designated as First Vice-president
and Second Vice-president on the basis of the number of votes cast for each
of them.

(5)  The First Vice-president or, failing the First Vice-president, the
Second Vice-president, has all the powers of the President during the
absence of the President for any cause.


Election of Council
26(1)  The professional members of the Council, other than those mentioned
in section 25, must be elected annually by the professional members of the
Association.

(2)  The term of the members referred to in subsection (1) is 3 years and
the elections must be conducted so that as close as possible to   of the
positions come up for election each year.


Vacancy
27(1)  Where there is a vacancy in the Council, the remaining members of
the Council shall appoint a professional member to fill the vacancy until
the next regular election.

(2)  Where a vacancy is filled at a regular election, the person elected
holds office for the unexpired portion of the term of office of the person
being replaced.


Quorum
28   A quorum for meetings of the Council is

     (a)  at least one of the President, the 2 Vice-presidents or the
immediate Past President, and

     (b)  6 other professional members of the Council.


Executive Committee
29(1)  There is hereby established an Executive Committee of the Council
consisting of the President, who is the chair, the immediate Past
President, the 2 Vice-presidents and the Executive Director of the
Association.

(2)  The Executive Committee has the delegated authority and power of the
Council with respect to any decisions or actions necessary between Council
meetings.


Other boards, committees and task forces
30(1)  In addition to the Discipline Committee, Investigative Committee,
Board of Examiners, Practice Review Board, Appeal Board and Executive
Committee, the Council may appoint any other standing or special
committees, task forces or boards that it considers necessary to serve the
interests of the Association, and shall at the time of the appointment,
delegate any authority it considers necessary for the committees, task
forces or boards to perform their function.

(2)  Except for the Discipline Committee, Investigative Committee, Board of
Examiners, Practice Review Board, Appeal Board and Executive Committee, the
Council shall determine the terms of reference for all committees, task
forces or boards.


     PART 5

     CODE OF ETHICS

Application and availability
31(1)  Professional members, licensees, permit holders,
members-in-training, examination candidates and students shall comply with
the Code of Ethics in the Schedule to this Regulation.

(2)  The Association shall publish interpretations of the rules comprising
the Code of Ethics and distribute them to professional members, licensees,
permit holders, members-in-training, examination candidates and students.

(3)  The Association shall make the Code of Ethics available on request to
members of the public.


     PART 6

     DISCIPLINE

Investigative Committee
32(1)  There is hereby established an Investigative Committee consisting of
professional members and registered professional technologists
(engineering) or engineering technologists appointed by the Council and the
member of the public appointed under section 33(1).

(2)  The Council shall designate one professional member as the chair of
the Investigative Committee.

(3)  The chair or in the absence of the chair a majority of the members of
the Investigative Committee may appoint an acting chair who has all the
powers of the chair in the absence of the chair.


Public member
33(1)  The Minister shall appoint one member of the public, from a list of
persons nominated by the Council, to the Investigative Committee.

(2)  The Minister may, after consultation with the Council, revoke the
appointment of the member of the public.

(3)  The powers, duties and operations of the Investigative Committee are
not affected by

     (a)  the failure of the Minister to appoint a member of the public,

     (b)  the revocation of the appointment of the member of the public,

     (c)  the resignation from the Investigative Committee of the member
of the public, or

     (d)  the absence of the member of the public from a meeting of the
Investigative Committee.

(4)  The Minister may pay to the member of the public appointed to the
Investigative Committee travelling and living expenses incurred by that
member for attendance at meetings of the Investigative Committee away from
the member's usual place of residence and fees in an amount prescribed by
the Minister.


Term of office
34(1)  The term of office of each member of the Investigative Committee is
3 years, and members may be reappointed.

(2)  Where there is a vacancy in the membership of the Investigative
Committee appointed by the Council, the Council may appoint a person to
fill the vacancy for the unexpired portion of the term.

(3)  Where there is a vacancy in the public membership on the Investigative
Committee, the Minister may appoint a person to fill the vacancy for the
unexpired portion of the term.


Quorum
35   A quorum of the Investigative Committee consists of the chair or the
acting chair and the number of professional members and registered
professional technologists (engineering) or engineering technologists
determined by the Council.


Discipline Committee
36(1)  There is hereby established a Discipline Committee consisting of
professional members appointed by the Council and the member of the public
appointed under section 37(1).

(2)  The Council shall designate one professional member as the chair of
the Discipline Committee.

(3)  The chair or in the absence of the chair a majority of the members of
the Discipline Committee  may appoint an acting chair who has all the
powers of the chair in the absence of the chair.


Public member
37(1)  The Minister shall appoint one member of the public, from a list of
persons nominated by the Council, to the Discipline Committee.

(2)  The Minister may, after consultation with the Council, revoke the
appointment of the member of the public.

(3)  The powers, duties and operations of the Discipline Committee are not
affected by

     (a)  the failure of the Minister to appoint a member of the public,

     (b)  the revocation of the appointment of the member of the public,

     (c)  the resignation from the Discipline Committee of the member of
the public, or

     (d)  the absence of the member of the public from a meeting of the
Discipline Committee.

(4)  The Minister may pay to the member of the public appointed to the
Discipline Committee travelling and living expenses incurred by that member
for attendance at meetings of the Discipline Committee away from the
member's usual place of residence and fees in an amount prescribed by the
Minister.


Term of office
38(1)  The term of office of each member of the Discipline Committee is 3
years, and members may be reappointed.

(2)  Where there is a vacancy in the professional members on the Discipline
Committee, the Council may appoint a person to fill the vacancy for the
unexpired portion of the term.

(3)  Where there is a vacancy in the public membership on the Discipline
Committee, the Minister may appoint a person to fill the vacancy for the
unexpired portion of the term.


Quorum
39   A quorum of the Discipline Committee consists of the chair or the
acting chair and the number of professional members determined by the
Council.


Appeal Board
40(1)  The Council shall appoint professional members, including one Past
President of the Association, as members of the Appeal Board.

(2)  The Council shall designate one professional member as the chair of
the Appeal Board.

(3)  The chair or in the absence of the chair a majority of the members of
the Appeal Board may appoint an acting chair who has all the powers of the
chair in the absence of the chair.


Term of office
41(1)  The term of office of each member of the Appeal Board appointed
under section 40 is 3 years, and members may be reappointed.

(2)  Where there is a vacancy in the membership of the Appeal Board
appointed under section 40, the Council may appoint a professional member
to fill the vacancy for the unexpired portion of the term.


Quorum
42  A quorum of the Appeal Board consists of the chair or the acting chair
and the number of professional members determined by the Council.


Adjournment of investiga-tion if court proceedings commenced
43   A preliminary investigation under Part 5 of the Act may be adjourned
if the complaint that gave rise to the investigation is the subject of
proceedings in the Provincial Court of Alberta or the Court of Queen's
Bench of Alberta.


Assistance in conducting preliminary investigation
44   An investigation panel appointed under section 45 of the Act may
employ any technical consultants and legal counsel it considers necessary
to conduct a preliminary investigation.


Panel of the Discipline Committee
45(1)  A panel of the Discipline Committee must consist of at least 3
members of the Discipline Committee who are professional members.

(2)  A member of the Discipline Committee who has been designated to act as
a case manager under section 49.1(2) of the Act in respect of a matter must
not sit as part of the panel of the Discipline Committee that is hearing
the matter under section 50 of the Act.

(3)  A panel of the Discipline Committee has all the powers and authority
of the Discipline Committee.


Publication
46   The Discipline Committee or the Appeal Board may direct that reports
of disciplinary investigations be published.


Reinstatement of disciplined individuals
47(1)  A professional member or licensee whose registration has been
cancelled or a permit holder whose permit has been revoked under Part 5 of
the Act as a result of the disciplinary proceedings may apply to the
Council to be reinstated.

(2)  An application under subsection (1) may not be made until at least one
year after the date on which the registration was cancelled or the permit
was revoked, or from the date on which the Court made its order confirming
or varying the decision of the Council.

(3)  The Council may establish a Committee of Inquiry to consider the
application for reinstatement and make recommendations to the Council.

(4)  The Council may require the former professional member, licensee or
permit holder to demonstrate by means prescribed by the Council that that
person is competent to re-engage in the practice of engineering, geology or
geophysics.

(5)  Where an application for reinstatement is not approved by the Council,
no further application may be made by the former professional member,
licensee or permit holder until at least one year after the date the
Council ruled on the previous application.


     PART 7

     REGISTRATION OF PERMIT HOLDERS

Requirements for issue of permit
48(1)  The Council may issue to a partnership, corporation or other entity
a permit to practice engineering, geology or geophysics in its own name if

     (a)  an application is made to the Registrar in the form and
containing the information required by the Council,

     (b)  the application is accompanied with the fees prescribed by the
Council, and

     (c)  the Council is satisfied that the practice will be carried on
under the direct personal supervision and responsibility of a full-time
permanent employee or member of the partnership, corporation or other
entity who is also a professional member or licensee and who is qualified
by education and experience in the field of engineering, geology or
geophysics in which the partnership, corporation or other entity intends to
engage.

(2)  A permit expires one year after the date on which it is issued.

(3)  When the Council issues a permit, it shall provide the permit holder
with a permit number.

(4)  No person shall use a permit number where the permit to which the
number is assigned has been cancelled or suspended.


Signing and sealing of documents
49   When the practice of engineering, geology or geophysics is carried on
by a partnership, corporation or other entity pursuant to a permit under
section 48, all final plans, specifications, reports or documents of a
professional nature must

     (a)  be signed by and be stamped or sealed with the stamp or seal of

               (i)  the professional member or licensee who prepared
them or under whose supervision and control they were prepared, or

               (ii) in the case of plans, specifications, reports or
documents that were prepared by other persons, the professional member or
licensee who thoroughly reviewed and accepted professional responsibility
for them,

     and

     (b)  show the permit number issued to the partnership, corporation
or other entity under section 48.


Notification to Association
50(1)  A partnership, corporation or other entity practising pursuant to a
permit under section 48 shall keep the Association advised of the name of
the professional member or licensee referred to in that section.

(2)  The professional member or licensee accepting responsibility for the
practice of a partnership, corporation or other entity shall, on
relinquishing that responsibility, forthwith advise the Registrar to that
effect.


Revocation of permit
51   The Council may revoke a permit issued under section 48 if the permit
holder contravenes the Act, this Regulation or a term or condition of the
permit.


Name of firm
52   No partnership, corporation or other entity may be incorporated or
registered in the Province of Alberta under a name including the words
"Engineering", "Geology" or "Geophysics", or variations of those words,
unless it holds and continues to hold a valid permit issued under section
48.


Control and use of stamps and seals
53   The permit number issued to a permit holder may only be used by the
professional members or licensees referred to in section 48(1)(c).


     PART 8

     GENERAL

Use of stamps and seals issued to members
54(1)  A stamp or seal issued to a professional member or licensee must at
all times remain under that person's direct control and must be applied by
the professional member or licensee or by a person acting under the
professional member's or licensee's immediate and direct control to all
final plans, specifications, reports or documents of a professional nature

     (a)  that were prepared by the professional member or licensee or
under the professional member's or licensee's supervision and control, or

     (b)  that were prepared by another person in circumstances where the
professional member or licensee has thoroughly reviewed them and accepted
professional responsibility for them.

(2)  No person shall permit a stamp or seal to be physically located in a
manner that would allow its use by a person other than the professional
member or licensee to whom it was issued.

(3)  When a stamp or seal is applied, the professional member or  licensee
to whom it was issued shall ensure that the stamp or seal is accompanied
with that person's signature and the date on which the stamp or seal is
applied.

(4)  A stamp or seal may be applied to the cover page or final page of
reports or documents in a manner that clearly indicates acceptance of
professional responsibility for the reports or documents, without being
applied to each page.

(5)  A professional member or licensee shall not acquire a stamp or seal
from any source other than the Registrar.

(6)  A professional member or licensee shall only use a stamp or seal while
that person is registered pursuant to this Regulation.

(7)  Stamps and seals are the property of the Association and a person in
possession of a stamp or seal shall surrender it to the Association on
demand.

(8)   A professional member or licensee may, with the approval of the
Registrar, apply a computer generated facsimile of the stamp or seal if
that person otherwise meets the requirements of the Act and this
Regulation.


Association publications
55   The Association shall issue on a regular basis as directed by the
Council the publications known as The Annual Report and The PEGG for the
general information of members on the affairs of the Association and the
professions generally.


Publications on professional services
56   The Association may publish, on an annual basis or as directed by the
Council, for the information of members and the public, conditions of
engagement and surveys of professional fees for particular types of
professional engineering, geological and geophysical services.


Publications on professional services
57   The Association may publish a guide to the selection of professional
engineers, geologists and geophysicists for consulting services to assist
clients in the selection of professionally and legally qualified
consultants and consulting firms.


Publications on professional services
58   The Association may publish guides that define for clients the scope
of professional services to be expected from a consulting engineer,
geologist or geophysicist.


Publications on professional services
59   The Association may issue, on an annual basis or as directed by the
Council, publications for the purpose of promoting high standards of
professional services and adequate remuneration for those services, and the
maintenance and improvement of the competency of members.


Membership register
60   The Association may publish from time to time as directed by the
Council, a register, in a format directed by the Council, of professional
members, licensees, permit holders, joint firms and restricted
practitioners.


Service of notices
61(1)  If notice is required to be given to a person under the Act, this
Regulation or the by-laws, the notice is sufficiently given if it is served
personally or sent by prepaid mail to the person at the latest address
provided to the Registrar by the person.

(2)  If notice is served by mail in accordance with subsection (1), unless
the contrary is proved, the service is presumed to be effected

     (a)  7 days from the date of mailing if the document is mailed to an
address in Alberta, or

     (b)  14 days from the date of mailing if the document is mailed to
an address outside Alberta.


Enforcement Review Committee
62(1)  There is hereby established an Enforcement Review Committee
consisting of not fewer than 9 professional members appointed by the
Council, one of whom must be a member of the Council.

(2)  The Council shall designate one member of the Committee as the chair.

(3)  A member of the Committee may be appointed for a term of not more than
3 years and may be reappointed.

(4)  A quorum of the Committee is the chair and 3 of its members.

(5)  The chair may designate a member of the Committee as vice-chair, and
the vice-chair may exercise all the powers of the chair in the absence of
the chair.

(6)  The Council may delegate to the Committee matters respecting the
enforcement of compliance with Part 1 of the Act and this Regulation,
subject to the directions of the Council.


     PART 9

     TECHNOLOGISTS

Definitions
63   In this Part,

     (a)  "registered engineering technologist" means a person registered
as a registered engineering technologist under this Part;

     (b)  "Society" means the Alberta Society of Engineering
Technologists.


Use of title and stamp or seal
64(1)  For the purposes of section 2(4)(c) of the Act, an engineering
technologist is a person

     (a)  who engages in the practice of engineering,

     (b)  for whose engineering practice a professional engineer accepts
responsibility,

     (c)  whose engineering practice is subject to the supervision and
controls that the professional engineer considers appropriate in the
circumstances, and

     (d)  who is registered as a registered engineering technologist
under this Part.

(2)  No person except a registered engineering technologist shall use the
title "registered engineering technologist", the initials "R.E.T." or any
other abbreviation of that title in combination with any other name, title,
description, letter, symbol or abbreviation that represents expressly or by
implication that the person is entitled to practise as a registered
engineering technologist.

(3)  No person except a registered engineering technologist shall affix the
stamp or seal of a registered engineering technologist or permit that stamp
or seal to be affixed to a plan, drawing, detail drawing, specification or
other document or a reproduction of any of them unless

     (a)  that plan, drawing, detail drawing, specification or other
document was prepared by, and

     (b)  the stamp or seal is affixed with the knowledge and consent or
in accordance with the direction of

the registered engineering technologist to whom the stamp or seal was
issued.


Joint Registration Board
65(1)  There is hereby established a Joint Registration Board consisting of
5 members appointed by the Council and 5 members appointed by the Society.

(2)  The members of the Board shall select a chair from among themselves,
who shall serve as chair for a term of not more than one year.

(3)  In selecting a chair the members of the Board shall alternate between
Council appointees and Society appointees.

(4)  The chair may designate a member of the Board as vice-chair, and the
vice-chair may exercise all the powers of the chair in the absence of the
chair.

(5)  A quorum of the Board consists of the chair or the vice-chair, 2
appointees of the Council and 2 appointees of the Society.

(6)  The Board shall meet at least once every 6 months.


Registration of engineering technologists
66(1)  An individual may apply to the Joint Registration Board to be
registered as a registered engineering technologist.

(2)  An application under subsection (1) must be in the form approved by
the Joint Registration Board.

(3)  Subject to subsection (1), an applicant who

     (a)  is a member in good standing of the Society and is registered
with the Society as a certified engineering technologist,

     (b)  has at least 4 years of experience satisfactory to the Joint
Registration Board in the practice of engineering technology,

     (c)  holds a confirmed diploma in Engineering Technology from a
post-secondary education institution that offers a program approved by the
Joint Registration Board or has equivalent academic qualifications
satisfactory to the Board,

     (d)  has general knowledge of the practice of engineering technology
demonstrated by passing an examination or examinations set by the Joint
Registration Board, and

     (e)  satisfies the Joint Registration Board that the applicant is of
good character and reputation

is entitled to be registered as a registered engineering technologist.

(4)  On considering an application, the Joint Registration Board may

     (a)  approve the registration,

     (b)  refuse the registration, or

     (c)  defer the approval of the registration until the applicant

               (i)  passes an examination approved by the Board,

               (ii) obtains further experience prescribed by the Board,
or

               (iii)     passes an examination approved by the Board and
obtains further experience prescribed by the Board.

(5)  The Joint Registration Board shall send written notice of any decision
made by it under this section to the applicant.

(6)  If the decision made by the Joint Registration Board is to refuse or
defer registration of the applicant, the Board shall send written reasons
for the decision to the applicant.


Appeals of Board decisions
67(1)  If the Joint Registration Board

     (a)  defers an application for an aggregate period in excess of one
year from the date the application was submitted, or

     (b)  refuses to approve an application,

the applicant may appeal the decision of the Board by filing a written
notice of appeal with the Joint Appeal Board not later than 30 days after
receiving notice of the decision of the Joint Registration Board.

(2)  The written notice of appeal must include the reasons for the appeal.

(3)  On considering an appeal, the Joint Appeal Board may

     (a)  approve the registration,

     (b)  refuse the registration,

     (c)  defer the approval of the registration until it is satisfied
that the applicant has complied with section 66,

     (d)  require the applicant to pass an examination approved by the
Joint Appeal Board,

     (e)  require the applicant to obtain further experience prescribed
by the Joint Appeal Board, or

     (f)  require the applicant to pass an examination approved by the
Joint Appeal Board and obtain further experience prescribed by the Joint
Appeal Board.


Joint Appeal Board
68(1)  There is hereby established a Joint Appeal Board consisting of the
following members:

     (a)  2 members appointed by the Council;

     (b)  2 members appointed by the Society;

     (c)  one member, who shall be the chair, who is not a member of the
Association or of the Society and who is appointed jointly by the Council
and the Society.

(2)  The Members of the Board shall select from among themselves a
vice-chair, and the vice-chair may exercise all the powers of the chair in
the absence of the chair.

(3)  A quorum of the Board consists of the chair or the vice-chair, one
member of the Board appointed by the Council and one member of the Board
appointed by the Society.


Cancellation and suspension
69(1)  The Joint Registration Board may cancel the registration of a
registered engineering technologist whose registration was made in error.

(2)  If the Joint Registration Board is satisfied that a registered
engineering technologist is no longer a member in good standing of the
Society or registered with the Society as a certified engineering
technologist, the Board may

     (a)  cancel the registration of the registered engineering
technologist, or

     (b)  suspend the registration of the registered engineering
technologist until the Board is satisfied that the registered engineering
technologist has been reinstated in the Society as a member in good
standing and as a certified engineering technologist.


Certificates and stamps or seal
70(1)  The Society shall issue a certificate of registration to a person
whose application to be registered as a registered engineering technologist
has been approved by the Joint Registration Board or the Joint Appeal
Board.

(2)  On application by a registered engineering technologist, the Society
shall issue a stamp or seal in a form approved by the Council and the
Society to the registered engineering technologist.

(3)  A registered engineering technologist shall apply the stamp or seal to
a plan, specification or report only if

     (a)  the plan, specification or report was prepared by the
technologist or under the technologist's supervision,

     (b)  a professional engineer accepts responsibility for the plan,
specification or report,

     (c)  the preparation of the plan, specification or report was
subject to any supervision and controls the professional engineer
considered appropriate in the circumstances, and

     (d)  the professional engineer has affixed the professional
engineer's professional stamp or seal to the plan, specification or report.


List of registered engineering technologists
71   The Society shall maintain and, during regular office hours, permit
any person to inspect a list of registered engineering technologists in
good standing.


Surrender of stamps and certificates
72   A registered engineering technologist whose registration has been
suspended or cancelled shall forthwith on being notified of the suspension
or cancellation surrender to the Society the certificate of registration
and the stamp or seal issued to the technologist.


     PART 10

     REGISTERED PROFESSIONAL TECHNOLOGISTS

Register
73   The Registrar shall keep a register of registered professional
technologists (engineering).


Application
74(1)  An application for registration as a registered professional 
technologist (engineering) must be submitted to the Registrar and must

     (a)  be in a form acceptable to the Board of Examiners, and

     (b)  be fully completed and accompanied by

               (i)  all required supporting documentation, and

               (ii) any fees that are prescribed by the Council.

(2)  The Registrar shall refer an application to the Board of Examiners if
the application meets the requirements of subsection (1) and the Registrar
is satisfied that the applicant meets the eligibility requirements for
registration set out in section 77.


Annual fees
75   A person who is entered in the register of professional technologists
(engineering) shall pay any annual fees that are prescribed by the Council.


Non-payment
76   The Council may direct the Registrar to strike the name of a person
from the register of registered professional technologists (engineering) if
the person fails to pay a prescribed fee.


Eligibility
77   A person who meets the following requirements and applies to the
Registrar for registration is entitled to be registered as a registered
professional technologist (engineering):

     (a)  the applicant is of good character and reputation;

     (b)  the applicant is a registered engineering technologist within
the meaning of section 63(a) and has been nominated for registration as a
registered professional technologist (engineering) by the Alberta Society
of Engineering Technologists; 

     (c)  the applicant has a knowledge of the Act and the regulations
under the Act, and general knowledge related to the practice of engineering
which has been demonstrated by passing an examination for those purposes
that is prescribed by the Board of Examiners;

     (d)  the applicant demonstrates to the Board of Examiners that the
applicant has a proficiency in the English language that is sufficient to
enable the applicant to responsibly practise the profession of engineering;

     (e)  the applicant has obtained at least 6 years of experience in
work of an engineering nature that is acceptable to the Board of Examiners,
at least 2 of which are in the applicant's specific area of professional
practice and were completed under the supervision and control of a
professional member.


Application of regulations
78   Sections 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 22, 23, 31, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 53, 54,
59, 60 and the Schedule apply in respect of registered professional
technologists (engineering) as if they were professional members.


     PART 11

     REPEAL AND EXPIRY

Repeal
79   The General Regulation (AR 244/81) is repealed.


Expiry
80   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be repassed in
its present or an amended form following a review, this Regulation expires
on January 31, 2005.



     SCHEDULE

     CODE OF ETHICS

     (established pursuant to section 18(1)(h)
     of the Engineering, Geological and
     Geophysical Professions Act)

     Preamble

     Professional engineers, geologists and geophysicists shall recognize
that professional ethics is founded upon integrity, competence and devotion
to service and to the advancement of human welfare.  This concept shall
guide their conduct at all times.  In this way each professional's actions
will enhance the dignity and status of the professions.

     Professional engineers, geologists and geophysicists, through their
practice, are charged with extending public understanding of the
professions and should serve in public affairs when their professional
knowledge may be of benefit to the public.

     Professional engineers, geologists and geophysicists will build their
reputations on the basis of the merit of the services performed or offered
and shall not compete unfairly with others or compete primarily on the
basis of fees without due consideration for other factors.

     Professional engineers, geologists and geophysicists shall demonstrate
understanding, professionalism and technical expertise to
members-in-training under their supervision.


     Rules of Conduct

1   Professional engineers, geologists and geophysicists shall have proper
regard in all their work for the safety and welfare of all persons and for
the physical environment affected by their work.


2   Professional engineers, geologists and geophysicists shall undertake
only work that they are competent to perform by virtue of training and
experience and shall express opinions on engineering, geological or
geophysical matters only on the basis of adequate knowledge and honest
conviction.


3   Professional engineers, geologists and geophysicists shall sign, stamp
and seal only plans, specifications, reports or documents

     (a)  that they have prepared or that have been prepared under their
direct supervision and control, or

     (b)  that were prepared by another person in circumstances where the
professional engineer, geologist or geophysicist has thoroughly reviewed
them and accepted professional responsibility for them.


4   Professional engineers, geologists and geophysicists shall act for
their clients or employers as faithful agents or trustees and shall always
act independently and with fairness and justice to all parties.


5   Professional engineers, geologists and geophysicists shall not engage
in activities or accept remuneration for services rendered that may create
a conflict of interest with their clients or employers, without the
knowledge and consent of their clients or employers.


6   Professional engineers, geologists and geophysicists shall not disclose
confidential information without the consent of their clients or employers,
unless the withholding of the information is considered to be contrary to
the safety of the public.


7   Professional engineers, geologists and geophysicists shall present
clearly to their clients or employers the consequences to be expected if
their professional judgment is overruled by other authorities in matters
pertaining to work for which they are professionally responsible.


8   Professional engineers, geologists and geophysicists shall not offer or
accept covert payment for the purpose of securing an engineering,
geological or geophysical assignment.


9   Professional engineers, geologists and geophysicists shall represent
their qualifications and competence, or advertise professional services
offered, only through factual representation without exaggeration.


10   Professional engineers, geologists and geophysicists shall conduct
themselves toward other professional engineers, geologists and
geophysicists and toward employees and others with fairness and good faith.


11   Professional engineers, geologists and geophysicists shall advise the
Registrar of any practice by a member of the Association that they believe
to be contrary to this Code of Ethics.

          Under section 43 of the Act, a contravention of this Code of
Ethics may constitute unprofessional conduct or unskilled practice, which
is subject to disciplinary action.