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     Alberta Regulation 128/2000

     Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act

     ELECTRICAL REWIND MECHANIC TRADE AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  June 26, 2000

Made by the Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training Board on May 15,
2000 pursuant to section 33(2) of the Apprenticeship and Industry Training
Act.


1   The Electrical Rewind Mechanic Trade Regulation (AR 126/94) is amended
by this Regulation.


2   The title to the Regulation is amended by striking out "REWIND
MECHANIC" and substituting "MOTOR SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN".


3   Section 1(c) is amended by adding "and that is known under this
Regulation as the trade of Electrical Motor Systems Technician" after
"Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act".


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     Alberta Regulation 129/2000

     Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act

     GLAZIER TRADE REGULATION

     Filed:  June 26, 2000

Made by the Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training Board on May 26,
2000 pursuant to section 33(2) of the Apprenticeship and Industry Training
Act.


     Table of Contents

Definitions    1
Constitution of the trade     2
Tasks, activities and functions    3
Educational requirements of an apprentice    4
Term of the apprenticeship program for Glazier    5
Term of apprenticeship program for Auto Glass Technician    6
Employment of apprentices     7
Wages     8
Transitional   9
Repeal    10
Coming into force   11

Schedule 1 - Glazier
Schedule 2 - Auto Glass Technician Branch of the Glazier Trade


Definitions
1   In this Regulation,

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

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

     (c)  "trade" means the occupation of Glassworker that is designated
as an optional certification trade pursuant to section 57 of the
Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act and that is known under this
Regulation as the trade of Glazier; 

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


Constitution of the trade
2(1)  The undertakings set out in section 2 of Schedule 1 constitute the
complete trade of Glazier.

(2)  The undertakings set out in section 2 of Schedule 2 constitute the
Auto Glass Technician branch of the trade.


Tasks, activities and functions
3(1)  When practising or otherwise carrying out work in the complete trade
of Glazier, the tasks, activities and functions set out in section 3 of
Schedule 1 come within the trade.

(2)  When practising or otherwise carrying out work in the Auto Glass
Technician branch of the trade, the tasks, activities and functions set out
in section 3 of Schedule 2 come within the trade.


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

     (a)  the completion of an Alberta grade 9 education or equivalent,
or

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


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

(2)  In the first period of the apprenticeship program an apprentice must
acquire not less than 1620 hours of on the job training and successfully
complete the formal instruction that is required or approved by the Board.

(3)  In the 2nd period of the apprenticeship program an apprentice must
acquire not less than 1620 hours of on the job training and successfully
complete the formal instruction that is required or approved by the Board.

(4)  In the 3rd period of the apprenticeship program an apprentice must
acquire not less than 1620 hours of on the job training and successfully
complete the formal instruction that is required or approved by the Board.

(5)  In the 4th period of the apprenticeship program an apprentice must
acquire not less than 1620 hours of on the job training and successfully
complete the formal instruction that is required or approved by the Board.


Term of the apprenticeship program for Auto Glass Technician
6(1)  Subject to section 11 of the Apprenticeship Program and Certification
Regulation (AR 1/92), the term of an apprenticeship program for the Auto
Glass Technician branch of the trade shall consist of 2 periods of not less
than 12 months each.

(2)  In the first period of the apprenticeship program an apprentice must
acquire not less than 1620 hours of on the job training and successfully
complete the formal instruction that is required or approved by the Board.

(3)  In the 2nd period of the apprenticeship program an apprentice must
acquire not less than 1620 hours of on the job training and successfully
complete the formal instruction that is required or approved by the Board.


Employment of apprentices
7(1)  A person shall not employ an apprentice except in accordance with
this section.

(2)  In the case of an apprentice in the apprenticeship program for the
complete trade of Glazier, a person who is a certified journeyman or an
uncertified journeyman in the complete trade of Glazier or employs a person
who is a certified journeyman or an uncertified journeyman in the complete
trade of Glazier may employ one apprentice and one additional apprentice
for each additional certified journeyman or uncertified journeyman of that
class that is employed by that person.

(3)  In the case of an apprentice in the apprenticeship program for the
Auto Glass Technician branch of the trade, a person who is a certified
journeyman or an uncertified journeyman in the complete trade of Glazier or
the Auto Glass Technician branch of the trade or employs a person who is a
certified journeyman or an uncertified journeyman in the complete trade of
Glazier or the Auto Glass Technician branch of the trade may employ one
apprentice and one additional apprentice for each additional certified
journeyman or uncertified journeyman of either of those classes that is
employed by that person.


Wages
8(1)  A person shall not pay wages to an apprentice that are less than
those provided for under subsection (2).

(2)  Subject to the Employment Standards Code, a person employing an
apprentice shall,

     (a)  in the case of an apprentice in the apprenticeship program for
the complete trade of Glazier, pay wages to an apprentice that are at least
equal to the following percentages of the wages paid to employees who are
certified journeymen or uncertified journeymen in the complete trade of
Glazier:

               (i)  55% in the first period of the apprenticeship
program;

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

               (iii)     65% in the 3rd period of the apprenticeship
program;

               (iv) 70% in the 4th period of the apprenticeship
program;

     (b)  in the case of an apprentice in the apprenticeship program in
the Auto Glass Technician branch of the trade, pay wages to an apprentice
that are at least equal to the following percentages of the wages paid to
employees who are certified journeymen or uncertified journeymen in the
Auto Glass Technician branch of the trade:

               (i)  55% in the first period of the apprenticeship
program;

               (ii) 65% in the 2nd period of the apprenticeship
program.


Transitional
9   A person who at the time that this Regulation comes into force is an
apprentice in an apprenticeship program under the Glazier Trade Regulation
(AR 129/94) may complete that apprenticeship program under the Glazier
Trade Regulation (AR 129/94) in accordance with and subject to the same
rights and obligations under that Regulation as if that Regulation were
still in force.


Repeal
10   The Glazier Trade Regulation (AR 129/94) is repealed.


Coming into force
11   This Regulation comes into force on July 1, 2000.


     SCHEDULE 1

     GLAZIER

1   In this Schedule, "glass" means any type of commercial, residential,
decorative or auto glass or related material and without limiting the
generality of the foregoing includes the following:

     (a)  curtain walls;

     (b)  skylights and sloped glazing;

     (c)  frames and doors;

     (d)  automatic doors;

     (e)  manual doors;

     (f)  mirrors;

     (g)  glass as defined under section 1 of Schedule 2.


2(1)  The following undertakings constitute the complete trade of Glazier:

     (a)  glazing, setting, attaching, installing and removing all types
of glass for buildings, fixtures and other uses;

     (b)  installing, fitting, fabricating and attaching architectural
metals or related products for all types of buildings;

     (c)  cutting, preparing, fabricating or any other handling of glass
for buildings, fixtures and other uses.

(2)  Without restricting the generality of subsection (1), the undertakings
that constitute the complete trade of Glazier include the undertakings that
constitute the Auto Glass Technician branch of the trade.


3(1)  When practising or otherwise carrying out work in the complete trade
of Glazier, the following tasks, activities and functions come within the
complete trade of Glazier:

     (a)  storing and handling glass;

     (b)  cutting, selecting and fitting glass;

     (c)  preparation and fabrication of glass to specifications;

     (d)  installation of glass into window frames;

     (e)  installation of auto glass;

     (f)  installation, etching and cutting of mirrors;

     (g)  installation and renovation of residential windows, tub
enclosures, shower doors and other related products;

     (h)  installation of structural glass;

     (i)  installation and maintenance of automatic and revolving doors;

     (j)  installation of skylights, sloped glazing, barrel vaults,
solariums and other support structures;

     (k)  fabrication and installation of curtain walls;

     (l)  installation and maintenance of aluminum and glass doors;

     (m)  preparation, fabrication and installation of aluminum
storefronts and windows;

     (n)  preparation and installation of sealants;

     (o)  interpretation of blueprints and shop drawings;

     (p)  diagnosing problems and making any repairs relating to glazing;

     (q)  operation of any hand and power operated equipment that is used
in the trade;

     (r)  carrying out damaged light removal procedures and the
installation and sealing of new parts;

     (s)  using the National Auto Glass Specifications Parts Book,
including identification and selection of heat treated or laminated bent
glass parts and following cutting and edgework procedures for laminated
flat glass in accordance with N.A.G. specifications.

(2)  Without restricting the generality of subsection (1), the tasks,
activities and functions set out in section 3 of Schedule 2 come within the
complete trade of Glazier.


     SCHEDULE 2

     AUTO GLASS TECHNICIAN BRANCH
     OF THE GLAZIER TRADE

1   In this Schedule, "glass" means any type of vehicular and flat glass or
related materials and without limiting the generality of the foregoing
includes the following:

     (a)  glass for vehicles;

     (b)  glass for off-road heavy equipment;

     (c)  flat glass;

     (d)  mirrors;

     (e)  screens.

2   The following undertakings constitute the Auto Glass Technician branch
of the trade:

     (a)  glazing, setting, attaching, installing and removing all types
of glass for vehicles and off-road heavy equipment;

     (b)  cutting, preparing, fabricating or any other handling of flat
glass for buildings, fixtures and other uses.


3   When practising or otherwise carrying out work in the Auto Glass
Technician branch of the trade,  the following tasks, activities and
functions come within that branch of the trade:

     (a)  storing and handling glass;

     (b)  cutting, selecting and fitting glass;

     (c)  preparation and fabrication of glass to specification;

     (d)  removal and installation of vehicle windshields using gluing
techniques;

     (e)  removal and installation of vehicle windshields using
self-locking or lace type rubber techniques;

     (f)  removal and installation of vehicle backlites using gluing
techniques;

     (g)  removal and installation of vehicle backlites using
self-locking or lace type rubber techniques;

     (h)  removal and installation of laminated flat safety glass in
respect of vehicles;

     (i)  removal and installation of vehicles sidelites;

     (j)  installation of sun-roofs in respect of vehicles;

     (k)  installation of fixed or operating windows in vehicles;

     (l)  tinting of glass for vehicles;

     (m)  repairing windshields and rock chips in windshields;

     (n)  hook-up of "in glass" radio antennas and de-foggers;

     (o)  installation of electrical and electronics components related
to vehicles;

     (p)  pattern cutting laminated safety glass for various
applications;

     (q)  installation of glass into window frames;

     (r)  installation, etching and cutting of mirrors;

     (s)  installation and renovating of residential windows, tub
enclosures, shower doors and other related products;

     (t)  preparation, fabrication and installation of aluminium windows;

     (u)  preparation and installation of sealants and primers;

     (v)  interpretation of blueprints and shop drawings;

     (w)  diagnosing problems and making any repairs relating to
vehicular glazing;

     (x)  operation of any hand and power operated equipment that is used
in the trade;

     (y)  carrying out damaged lite removal procedures and installation
and sealing of new parts;

     (z)  using the National Auto Glass Specifications Parts Book,
including identification and selection of heat treated  laminated bent
glass parts and following cutting and edgework procedures for laminated
flat glass in accordance with N.A.G. specifications.


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     Alberta Regulation 130/2000

     Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act

     HEAVY EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN TRADE REGULATION

     Filed:  June 26, 2000

Made by the Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training Board on May 26,
2000 pursuant to section 33(2) of the Apprenticeship and Industry Training
Act.


     Table of Contents

Definitions    1
Constitution of the trade     2
Tasks, activities and functions    3
Educational requirements of an apprentice    4
Term of the apprenticeship program re
  heavy equipment technician  5
Term of the apprenticeship program re
  heavy duty equipment mechanic (off road)   6
Term of the apprenticeship program re
  truck and transport mechanic     7
Term of the apprenticeship program re
  truck-trailer mechanic 8
Employment of apprentices     9
Wages     10
Transitional   11
Repeal    12
Coming into force   13

Schedules


Definitions
1   In this Regulation,

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

     (b)  "certified journeyman" means a certified journeyman as defined
in the Apprenticeship Program and Certification Regulation (AR 1/92);

     (c)  "trade" means the trade of heavy duty mechanic that is
designated as a compulsory certification trade pursuant to section 57 of
the Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act and that is known under this
Regulation as the trade of heavy equipment technician.


Constitution of the trade
2   The following undertakings constitute the following branches of the
trade:

     (a)  in the case of the heavy equipment technician branch of the
trade, the undertakings set out in section 2 of Schedule 1 constitute that
branch of the trade;

     (b)  in the case of the heavy duty equipment mechanic (off road)
branch of the trade, the undertakings set out in section 2 of Schedule 2
constitute that branch of the trade;

     (c)  in the case of the truck and transport mechanic branch of the
trade, the undertakings set out in section 2 of Schedule 3 constitute that
branch of the trade;

     (d)  in the case of the truck-trailer mechanic branch of the trade,
the undertakings set out in section 2 of Schedule 4 constitute that branch
of the trade.


Tasks, activities and functions
3   When practising or otherwise carrying out work in the trade,

     (a)  in the case of the heavy equipment technician branch of the
trade, the tasks, activities and functions set out in section 3 of Schedule
1 constitute that branch of the trade;

     (b)  in the case of the heavy duty equipment mechanic (off road)
branch of the trade, the tasks, activities and functions set out in section
3 of Schedule 2 constitute that branch of the trade;

     (c)  in the case of the truck and transport mechanic branch of the
trade, the tasks, activities and functions set out in section 3 of Schedule
3 constitute that branch of the trade;

     (d)  in the case of the truck-trailer mechanic branch of the trade,
the tasks, activities and functions set out in section 3 of Schedule 4
constitute that branch of the trade.


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

     (a)  the completion of an Alberta grade 11 education or equivalent,
or

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


Term of the apprenticeship program re heavy equipment technician
5(1)  Subject to section 11 of the Apprenticeship Program and Certification
Regulation (AR 1/92), the term of an apprenticeship program for the heavy
equipment technician branch of the trade shall consist of 4 periods of not
less than 12 months each.

(2)  In the first period of the apprenticeship program an apprentice must
acquire not less than 1500 hours of on the job training and successfully
complete the formal instruction that is required or approved by the Board.

(3)  In the 2nd period of the apprenticeship program an apprentice must
acquire not less than 1500 hours of on the job training and successfully
complete the formal instruction that is required or approved by the Board.

(4)  In the 3rd period of the apprenticeship program an apprentice must
acquire not less than 1500 hours of on the job training and successfully
complete the formal instruction that is required or approved by the Board.

(5)  In the 4th period of the apprenticeship program an apprentice must
acquire not less than 1500 hours of on the job training and successfully
complete the formal instruction that is required or approved by the Board.


Term of the apprenticeship program re heavy duty equipment mechanic (off
road)
6(1)  Subject to section 11 of the Apprenticeship Program and Certification
Regulation (AR 1/92), the term of an apprenticeship program for the heavy
duty equipment mechanic (off road) branch of the trade shall consist of 3
periods of not less than 12 months each.

(2)  In the first period of the apprenticeship program an apprentice must
acquire not less than 1500 hours of on the job training and successfully
complete the formal instruction that is required or approved by the Board.

(3)  In the 2nd period of the apprenticeship program an apprentice must
acquire not less than 1500 hours of on the job training and successfully
complete the formal instruction that is required or approved by the Board.

(4)  In the 3rd period of the apprenticeship program an apprentice must
acquire not less than 1500 hours of on the job training and successfully
complete the formal instruction that is required or approved by the Board.


Term of the apprenticeship program re truck and transport mechanic
7(1)  Subject to section 11 of the Apprenticeship Program and Certification
Regulation (AR 1/92), the term of an apprenticeship program for the truck
and transport mechanic branch of the trade shall consist of 3 periods of
not less than 12 months each.

(2)  In the first period of the apprenticeship program an apprentice must
acquire not less than 1500 hours of on the job training and successfully
complete the formal instruction that is required or approved by the Board.

(3)  In the 2nd period of the apprenticeship program an apprentice must
acquire not less than 1500 hours of on the job training and successfully
complete the formal instruction that is required or approved by the Board.

(4)  In the 3rd period of the apprenticeship program an apprentice must
acquire not less than 1500 hours of on the job training and successfully
complete the formal instruction that is required or approved by the Board.


Term of the apprenticeship program re truck-trailer mechanic
8(1)  Subject to section 11 of the Apprenticeship Program and Certification
Regulation (AR 1/92), the term of an apprenticeship program for the
truck-trailer mechanic branch of the trade shall consist of one period of
not less than 12 months.

(2)  In the period that constitutes the apprenticeship program an
apprentice must acquire not less than 1500 hours of on the job training and
successfully complete the formal instruction that is required or approved
by the Board.


Employment of apprentices
9(1)  A person shall not employ an apprentice except in accordance with
this section.

(2)  A person who is a certified journeyman in a branch of the trade or
employs a certified journeyman in that branch of the trade may employ one
apprentice in that branch of the trade and one additional apprentice in
that branch for each additional certified journeyman in that branch that is
employed by that person. 

(3)  For the purposes of subsection (2), 

     (a)  a person who is a certified journeyman in the heavy duty
technician branch of the trade or employs a certified journeyman in that
branch, instead of employing an apprentice in that branch of the trade,
may,

               (i)  in respect of undertakings that constitute the
heavy duty equipment mechanic (off road) branch of the trade, employ an
apprentice in the heavy duty mechanic (off road) branch of the trade to
carry out any of the undertakings that constitute that branch of the trade;

               (ii) in respect of undertakings that constitute the
truck and transport mechanic branch of the trade, employ an apprentice in
the truck and transport branch of the trade to carry out any of the
undertakings that constitute that branch of the trade; 

               (iii)     in respect of undertakings that constitute the
truck-trailer mechanic branch of the trade, employ an apprentice in the
truck-trailer mechanic branch of the trade to carry out any of the
undertakings that constitute that branch of the trade; 

     (b)  a person who is a certified journeyman in the heavy duty
equipment mechanic (off road) branch of the trade or employs a certified
journeyman in that branch, instead of employing an apprentice in that
branch of the trade, may, in respect of undertakings that constitute the
truck-trailer mechanic branch of the trade, employ an apprentice in the
truck-trailer mechanic branch of the trade to carry out any of the
undertakings that constitute that branch of the trade; 

     (c)  a person who is a certified journeyman in the truck and
transport mechanic branch of the trade or employs a certified journeyman in
that branch, instead of employing an apprentice in that branch of the
trade, may, in respect of undertakings that constitute the truck-trailer
mechanic branch of the trade, employ an apprentice in the truck-trailer
mechanic branch of the trade to carry out any of the undertakings that
constitute that branch of the trade. 


Wages
10   Subject to the Employment Standards Code, a person employing an
apprentice in a branch of the trade shall pay wages to an apprentice that
are at least equal to the following percentages of the wages paid to
employees who are certified journeymen in that branch of the trade:

     (a)  in the case of an apprentice in an apprenticeship program in
the heavy equipment technician branch of the trade,

               (i)  60% in the first period of the apprenticeship
program;

               (ii) 70% in the 2nd period of the apprenticeship
program;

               (iii)     80% in the 3rd period of the apprenticeship
program;

               (iv) 90% in the 4th period of the apprenticeship
program;

     (b)  in the case of an apprentice in an apprenticeship program in
the heavy duty equipment mechanic (off road) branch of the trade,

               (i)  60% in the first period of the apprenticeship
program;

               (ii) 70% in the 2nd period of the apprenticeship
program;

               (iii)     80% in the 3rd period of the apprenticeship
program;

     (c)  in the case of an apprentice in an apprenticeship program in
the truck and transport mechanic branch of the trade,

               (i)  60% in the first period of the apprenticeship
program;

               (ii) 70% in the 2nd period of the apprenticeship
program;

               (iii)     80% in the 3rd period of the apprenticeship
program;

     (d)  in the case of an apprentice in an apprenticeship program in
the truck-trailer mechanic branch of the trade, 60% during the period that
constitutes the apprenticeship program.


Transitional
11(1)  In this section, 

     (a)  "existing apprentice" means a person who immediately before the
coming into force of this Regulation was an apprentice in a previous
apprenticeship program;

     (b)  "new apprenticeship program" means an apprenticeship program
under this Regulation;

     (c)  "previous apprenticeship program" means an apprenticeship
program under the previous Regulation; 

     (d)  "previous Regulation" means the Heavy Equipment Technician
Trade Regulation (AR 130/94);

     (e)  "qualifying criteria" means as of September 1, 2000 being
eligible to attend formal instruction in the 2nd, 3rd or 4th period of the
previous apprenticeship program and on and after September 1, 2000
continuing to be engaged in, and successfully completing the remaining
formal instruction under, the previous apprenticeship program in a manner
and within the time schedule set out by the Executive Director.

(2)  If an existing apprentice meets and continues to meet the qualifying
criteria, that existing apprentice is entitled to complete the previous
apprenticeship program as if the previous Regulation had not been repealed. 

(3)  Where an existing apprentice ceases to meet the qualifying criteria,
that existing apprentice, in order to continue to be an apprentice in an
apprenticeship program in the trade,  must meet the terms or conditions set
out by the Executive Director to complete a new apprenticeship program. 


Repeal
12   The Heavy Equipment Technician Trade Regulation (AR 130/94) is
repealed.


Coming into force
13   This Regulation comes into force on July 1, 2000.


     SCHEDULE 1

     HEAVY EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN

1   In this Schedule, "heavy vehicles and equipment" means heavy vehicles
and industrial heavy equipment, both towed and self-propelled, including
any equipment and components required for the operation of those vehicles
and equipment and, without limiting the generality of the foregoing,
includes 

     (a)  internal combustion engines and components, both stationary and
mobile;

     (b)  tracked equipment, commonly called crawler tractors;

     (c)  ground engaging equipment and components, including rippers,
ditchers, backhoes, trenchers and similar equipment;

     (d)  towed earth moving equipment, commonly called scrapers;

     (e)  self-propelled earth moving equipment, commonly called motor
scrapers;

     (f)  rubber tired equipment, commonly called tractors;

     (g)  on-highway and off-highway motor vehicles, commonly called
trucks;

     (h)  towed on-highway and off-highway vehicles, commonly called
trailers;

     (i)  miscellaneous equipment and components used in the
transportation of and marketability of the vehicles and equipment referred
to in clauses (a) to (h).


2   The undertakings that constitute the trade are the repair and
maintenance of heavy vehicles and equipment and, without limiting the
generality of the foregoing, include the repair, maintenance and 
replacement of

     (a)  internal combustion engines and components;

     (b)  power trains;

     (c)  electrical systems;

     (d)  hydraulic systems;

     (e)  pneumatic systems;

     (f)  steering systems;

     (g)  braking systems;

     (h)  wheels and tracked undercarriages;

     (i)  frames, chassis, cabs, canopies and rollover protection
structures;

     (j)  heating and air-conditioning systems;

     (k)  attachments, ground engaging tools, winches, cables and fifth
wheels.


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

     (a)  selecting, inspecting, using and maintaining various hand and
power tools, measuring tools and testing equipment;

     (b)  selecting, inspecting, using and maintaining various shop
equipment;

     (c)  selecting, installing or removing fasteners, tubing, piping,
couplings, fittings, hoses, electrical wiring and connectors;

     (d)  selecting, installing, inspecting, adjusting and removing
bearings, bushings and seals, belts, sheaves, pulleys, chains and
sprockets;

     (e)  selecting proper fuels, lubricants, coolants, sealants,
adhesives, plastics and plastic metals for intended application;

     (f)  retrieving and inputting applicable information using
service-related computer software programs;

     (g)  inspecting, monitoring performance of and operating machinery
and equipment;

     (h)  assembling, testing, igniting and adjusting oxy-acetylene
cutting and heating equipment and performing minor cutting and heating
repairs;

     (i)  with respect to internal combustion 2- and 4-cycle engines that
use diesel, gasoline, LPG or alternative fuels, and engine auxiliary
systems and accessories,

               (i)  inspecting and testing

                         (A)  engines and engine components and
engine systems in and out of chassis, before and after service or repair;

                         (B)  engine lubrication systems;

                         (C)  engine liquid cooling systems;

                         (D)  engine air cooling systems and air
filtering or screening systems;

                         (E)  engine intake and exhaust systems;

                         (F)  fuel systems;

                         (G)  engine control systems;

               (ii) diagnosing engine problems;

               (iii)     diagnosing malfunctions;

               (iv) repairing or replacing components;

               (v)  analyzing parts for failure and determining the
causes of the failure;

               (vi) removing and installing engines;

     (j)  with respect to power trains, clutches, fluid drives,
transmissions, transfer drives, drive lines, differentials, final drives
and steering clutches and axles,

               (i)  inspecting, testing and adjusting

                         (A)  clutches;

                         (B)  fluid drives, fluid couplings, torque
converters, hydraulic retarders and other connecting units;

                         (C)  manual transmissions;

                         (D)  power shift transmissions, high-low
speed units, reverse units and automatic transmissions and their control
systems;

                         (E)  transfer drives;

                         (F)  drive shafts, u-joints, belt, chain and
gear drives, mechanical winch drives, power take-offs and other drive
lines;

                         (G)  front and rear differentials and axles;

                         (H)  steering clutches;

                         (I)  final drives;

               (ii) diagnosing malfunctions and irregular operation and
performance;

               (iii)     removing and installing

                         (A)  complete components;

                         (B)  complete transmissions;

                         (C)  complete gear box drives;

                         (D)  complete assemblies;

               (iv) removing, inspecting, overhauling, repairing and
replacing

                         (A)  assemblies and their parts;

                         (B)  transmission parts and components;

                         (C)  transmission control systems and
components;

               (v)  analyzing the failure of parts and determining the
causes of failures and the reusability of parts;

     (k)  with respect to electrical systems and circuits, batteries,
charging, starting, lighting and accessories systems, spark ignition
systems, electronic systems and circuits, electronic monitoring systems and
electronic control systems,

               (i)  inspecting, testing, adjusting and replacing

                         (A)  storage batteries;

                         (B)  components and circuits;

               (ii) diagnosing performance;

               (iii)     isolating defects within the system or in another
part of the machine;

               (iv) analyzing failures and determining the causes of
failures;

     (l)  with respect to hydraulic and hydrostatic systems, open and
closed centre hydraulic systems, open and closed loop hydrostatic systems
and control systems,

               (i)  inspecting, testing and adjusting

                         (A)  open and closed centre main hydraulic
working systems;

                         (B)  open and closed hydrostatic drive and
propel systems;

                         (C)  hydraulic control systems;

               (ii) diagnosing malfunctions;

               (iii)     removing and installing components as a unit;

               (iv) testing, overhauling, repairing and replacing parts
and components;

               (v)  analyzing the failure of parts and determining the
causes of failures and the reusability of parts;

     (m)  with respect to pneumatic systems and air supply and generating
systems,

               (i)  inspecting, testing and adjusting air systems;

               (ii) diagnosing malfunctions;

               (iii)     removing and installing components as a unit;

               (iv) testing, overhauling, repairing or replacing parts
and components;

               (v)  analyzing the failure of parts and determining the
causes of failures and the reusability of parts;

     (n)  with respect to steering, brakes and suspension systems, manual
steering and brakes and hydraulic steering and brakes, air brakes and
suspensions and electrical brakes,

               (i)  inspecting, testing and adjusting

                         (A)  manual steering systems;

                         (B)  manual braking systems and brake
foundation assemblies;

                         (C)  hydraulic equipment steering and
braking systems;

                         (D)  air braking and suspension systems;

                         (E)  electrical braking systems;

               (ii) diagnosing malfunctions;

               (iii)     removing and installing components as a unit;

               (iv) removing, testing, overhauling, repairing,
replacing and installing parts and components;

               (v)  analyzing the failure of parts and determining the
causes of failures and the reusability of parts;

     (o)  with respect to frames, chassis, supporting structures, wheels
and tracked undercarriages, cabs, cab pressuring, heating and
air-conditioning systems, canopies and protective structures,

               (i)  inspecting, measuring, removing and installing

                         (A)  frames, chassis, supporting structures
and components of equipment and machinery;

                         (B)  wheels, rims and tires;

                         (C)  tracked undercarriages, components and
parts;

                         (D)  cabs, canopies and protective
structures;

               (ii) repairing and replacing

                         (A)  frames, chassis, supporting structures
and components of equipment and machinery;

                         (B)  wheels, rims and tires;

                         (C)  tracked undercarriages, components and
parts;

               (iii)     adjusting and aligning frames, chassis, supporting
structures and components of equipment and machinery;

               (iv) adjusting and aligning wheels where applicable and
tracked undercarriages, components and parts;

               (v)  adjusting, aligning and repairing assemblies;

               (vi) inspecting and testing cab pressurizing, heating
and air conditioning systems;

               (vii)     diagnosing and isolating problems and determining
causes;

               (viii)    replacing components and making repairs;

     (p)  with respect to attachments, ground engaging and working tools,
booms, structural members, cables, hooks and slings,

               (i)  inspecting, adjusting, aligning, removing,
installing, repairing and replacing equipment attachments and components;

               (ii) inspecting, aligning, removing, installing,
repairing and replacing ground engaging equipment and working tools;

               (iii)     inspecting and measuring booms, arms, masts and
structural members for signs of misalignment, cracking, loose bolts, metal
fatigue and overloading;

               (iv) analyzing failures and determining causes and
correcting where applicable, or recommending speciality repair or welding;

               (v)  inspecting, removing, installing and replacing
equipment cables, hooks and slings;

     (q)  with respect to preventive maintenance, operational safety and
equipment economy,

               (i)  identifying and evaluating equipment failures and
malfunctions relating to machine maintenance;

               (ii) identifying unsafe operating practices;

               (iii)     communicating

                         (A)  advice on maintenance to be performed;

                         (B)  maintenance safety precautions;

                         (C)  correct procedures for equipment
inspections, operation, towing, loading, hauling, parking and storage;

                         (D)  the importance of the use of proper
fuel, lubricants, coolants, filters and similar items and providing advice
in respect of those matters.



     SCHEDULE 2

     HEAVY DUTY EQUIPMENT MECHANIC (OFF ROAD)

1   In this Schedule, "heavy vehicles and equipment" means heavy vehicles
and industrial heavy equipment, both towed and self-propelled, including
any equipment and components required for the operation of those vehicles
and equipment and, without limiting the generality of the foregoing,
includes 

     (a)  internal combustion engines and components, both stationary and
mobile;

     (b)  tracked equipment, commonly called crawler tractors;

     (c)  ground engaging equipment and components, including rippers,
ditchers, backhoes, trenchers and similar equipment;

     (d)  towed earth moving equipment, commonly called scrapers;

     (e)  self-propelled earth moving equipment, commonly called motor
scrapers;

     (f)  off-highway motor vehicles, commonly called trucks;

     (g)  towed off-highway vehicles, commonly called trailers;

     (h)  miscellaneous equipment and components used in the
transportation of and marketability of the vehicles and equipment referred
to in clauses (a) to (g).


2   The undertakings that constitute the trade are the repair and
maintenance of heavy vehicles and equipment and, without limiting the
generality of the foregoing, include the repair, maintenance and 
replacement of

     (a)  internal combustion engines and components;

     (b)  power trains;

     (c)  electrical systems;

     (d)  hydraulic systems;

     (e)  pneumatic systems;

     (f)  steering systems;

     (g)  braking systems;

     (h)  wheels and tracked undercarriages;

     (i)  frames, chassis, cabs, canopies and rollover protection
structures;

     (j)  heating systems;

     (k)  attachments, ground engaging tools, winches, cables and fifth
wheels.


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

     (a)  selecting, inspecting, using and maintaining various hand and
power tools, measuring tools and testing equipment;

     (b)  selecting, inspecting, using and maintaining various shop
equipment;

     (c)  selecting, installing or removing fasteners, tubing, piping,
couplings, fittings, hoses, electrical wiring and connectors;

     (d)  selecting, installing, inspecting, adjusting and removing
bearings, bushings and seals, belts, sheaves, pulleys, chains and
sprockets;

     (e)  selecting proper fuels, lubricants, coolants, sealants,
adhesives, plastics and plastic metals for intended application;

     (f)  retrieving and inputting applicable information using service
related computer software programs;

     (g)  inspecting, monitoring performance of and operating machinery
and equipment;

     (h)  assembling, testing, igniting and adjusting oxy-acetylene
cutting and heating equipment and performing minor cutting and heating
repairs;

     (i)  with respect to internal combustion 2- and 4-cycle engines that
use diesel, gasoline, LPG or alternative fuels, and engine auxiliary
systems and accessories,

               (i)  inspecting and testing

                         (A)  engines and engine components and
engine systems in and out of chassis, before and after service or repair;

                         (B)  engine lubrication systems;

                         (C)  engine liquid cooling systems;

                         (D)  engine air cooling systems and air
filtering or screening systems;

                         (E)  engine intake and exhaust systems;

                         (F)  fuel systems;

                         (G)  engine control systems;

               (ii) diagnosing engine problems;

               (iii)     diagnosing malfunctions;

               (iv) repairing or replacing components;

               (v)  analyzing parts for failure and determining the
causes of the failure;

               (vi) removing and installing engines;

     (j)  with respect to power trains, clutches, fluid drives,
transmissions, transfer drives, drive lines, differentials, final drives
and steering clutches and axles,

               (i)  inspecting, testing and adjusting

                         (A)  clutches;

                         (B)  fluid drives, fluid couplings, torque
converters, hydraulic retarders and other connecting units;

                         (C)  manual transmissions;

                         (D)  power shift transmissions, high-low
speed units, reverse units and automatic transmissions and their control
systems;

                         (E)  transfer drives;

                         (F)  drive shafts, u-joints, belt, chain and
gear drives, mechanical winch drives, power take-offs and other drive
lines;

                         (G)  front and rear differentials and axles;

                         (H)  steering clutches;

                         (I)  final drives;

               (ii) diagnosing malfunctions and irregular operation and
performance;

               (iii)     removing and installing

                         (A)  complete components;

                         (B)  complete transmissions;

                         (C)  complete gear box drives;

                         (D)  complete assemblies;

               (iv) removing, inspecting, overhauling, repairing and
replacing

                         (A)  assemblies and their parts;

                         (B)  transmission parts and components;

                         (C)  transmission control systems and
components;

               (v)  analyzing the failure of parts and determining the
causes of failures and the reusability of parts;

     (k)  with respect to electrical systems and circuits, batteries,
charging, starting, lighting and accessories systems, spark ignition
systems, electronic systems and circuits, electronic monitoring systems and
electronic control systems,

               (i)  inspecting, testing, adjusting and replacing

                         (A)  storage batteries;

                         (B)  components and circuits;

               (ii) diagnosing performance;

               (iii)     isolating defects within the system or in another
part of the machine;

               (iv) analyzing failures and determining the causes of
failures;

     (l)  with respect to hydraulic and hydrostatic systems, open and
closed centre hydraulic systems, open and closed loop hydrostatic systems
and control systems,

               (i)  inspecting, testing and adjusting

                         (A)  open and closed centre main hydraulic
working systems;

                         (B)  open and closed hydrostatic drive and
propel systems;

                         (C)  hydraulic control systems;

               (ii) diagnosing malfunctions;

               (iii)     removing and installing components as a unit;

               (iv) testing, overhauling, repairing and replacing parts
and components;

               (v)  analyzing the failure of parts and determining the
causes of failures and the reusability of parts;

     (m)  with respect to pneumatic systems and air supply and generating
systems,

               (i)  inspecting, testing and adjusting air systems;

               (ii) diagnosing malfunctions;

               (iii)     removing and installing components as a unit;

               (iv) testing, overhauling, repairing or replacing parts
and components;

               (v)  analyzing the failure of parts and determining the
causes of failures and the reusability of parts;

     (n)  with respect to steering, brakes and suspension systems, manual
steering and brakes and hydraulic steering and brakes, air brakes and
suspensions and electrical brakes,

               (i)  inspecting, testing and adjusting

                         (A)  manual steering systems;

                         (B)  manual braking systems and brake
foundation assemblies;

                         (C)  hydraulic equipment steering and
braking systems;

                         (D)  air braking and suspension systems;

                         (E)  electrical braking systems;

               (ii) diagnosing malfunctions;

               (iii)     removing and installing components as a unit;

               (iv) removing, testing, overhauling, repairing,
replacing and installing parts and components;

               (v)  analyzing the failure of parts and determining the
causes of failures and the reusability of parts;

     (o)  with respect to frames, chassis, supporting structures, wheels
and tracked undercarriages, cabs, cab pressuring, heating systems, canopies
and protective structures,

               (i)  inspecting, measuring, removing and installing

                         (A)  frames, chassis, supporting structures
and components of equipment and machinery;

                         (B)  wheels, rims and tires;

                         (C)  tracked undercarriages, components and
parts;

                         (D)  cabs, canopies and protective
structures;

               (ii) repairing and replacing

                         (A)  frames, chassis, supporting structures
and components of equipment and machinery;

                         (B)  wheels, rims and tires;

                         (C)  tracked undercarriages, components and
parts;

               (iii)     adjusting and aligning frames, chassis, supporting
structures and components of equipment and machinery;

               (iv) adjusting and aligning wheels where applicable and
tracked undercarriages, components and parts;

               (v)  adjusting, aligning and repairing assemblies;

               (vi) inspecting and testing cab pressurizing and heating
systems;

               (vii)     diagnosing and isolating problems and determining
causes;

               (viii)    replacing components and making repairs;

     (p)  with respect to attachments, ground engaging and working tools,
booms, structural members, cables, hooks and slings,

               (i)  inspecting, adjusting, aligning, removing,
installing, repairing and replacing equipment attachments and components;

               (ii) inspecting and measuring booms, arms, masts and
structural members for signs of misalignment, cracking, loose bolts, metal
fatigue and overloading;

               (iii)     analyzing failures and determining causes and
correcting where applicable, or recommending speciality repair or welding;

               (iv) inspecting, removing, installing and replacing
equipment cables, hooks and slings;

     (q)  with respect to preventive maintenance, operational safety and
equipment economy,

               (i)  identifying and evaluating equipment failures and
malfunctions relating to machine maintenance;

               (ii) identifying unsafe operating practices;

               (iii)     communicating

                         (A)  advice on maintenance to be performed;

                         (B)  maintenance safety precautions;

                         (C)  correct procedures for equipment
inspections, operation, towing, loading, hauling, parking and storage;

                         (D)  the importance of the use of proper
fuel, lubricants, coolants, filters and similar items and providing advice
in respect of those matters.


     SCHEDULE 3

     TRUCK AND TRANSPORT MECHANIC

1   In this Schedule, "truck and transport vehicles" means on-highway
vehicles, both towed and self-propelled, including any equipment and
components required for the operation of those vehicles and without
limiting the generality of the foregoing, includes 

     (a)  internal combustion engines and components, both stationary and
mobile;

     (b)  on-highway vehicles, commonly called trucks and buses; 

     (c)  towed on-highway and off-highway vehicles, commonly called
trailers;

     (d)  miscellaneous equipment and components used in the
transportation of and marketability of the vehicles and equipment referred
to in clauses (a) to (c).


2   The undertakings that constitute the trade are the repair and
maintenance of truck and transport vehicles and, without limiting the
generality of the foregoing, include the repair, maintenance and 
replacement of

     (a)  internal combustion engines and components;

     (b)  power trains;

     (c)  electrical systems;

     (d)  hydraulic systems;

     (e)  pneumatic systems;

     (f)  steering systems;

     (g)  braking systems;

     (h)  wheels and suspension; 

     (i)  frames, chassis and cabs; 

     (j)  heating and air-conditioning systems;

     (k)  attachments, winches, cables and fifth wheels.


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

     (a)  selecting, inspecting, using and maintaining various hand and
power tools, measuring tools and testing equipment;

     (b)  selecting, inspecting, using and maintaining various shop
equipment;

     (c)  selecting, installing or removing fasteners, tubing, piping,
couplings, fittings, hoses, electrical wiring and connectors;

     (d)  selecting, installing, inspecting, adjusting and removing
bearings, bushings and seals, belts, sheaves, pulleys, chains and
sprockets;

     (e)  selecting proper fuels, lubricants, coolants, sealants,
adhesives, plastics and plastic metals for intended application;

     (f)  retrieving and inputting applicable information using service
related computer software programs;

     (g)  inspecting, monitoring performance of and operating machinery
and equipment;

     (h)  assembling, testing, igniting and adjusting oxy-acetylene
cutting and heating equipment and performing minor cutting and heating
repairs;

     (i)  with respect to internal combustion 2- and 4-cycle engines that
use diesel, gasoline, LPG or alternative fuels, and engine auxiliary
systems and accessories,

               (i)  inspecting and testing

                         (A)  engines and engine components and
engine systems in and out of chassis, before and after service or repair;

                         (B)  engine lubrication systems;

                         (C)  engine liquid cooling systems;

                         (D)  engine air cooling systems and air
filtering or screening systems;

                         (E)  engine intake and exhaust systems;

                         (F)  fuel systems;

                         (G)  engine control systems;

               (ii) diagnosing engine problems;

               (iii)     diagnosing malfunctions;

               (iv) repairing or replacing components;

               (v)  analyzing parts for failure and determining the
causes of the failure;

               (vi) removing and installing engines;

     (j)  with respect to power trains, clutches, fluid drives,
transmissions, transfer drives, drive lines, differentials, final drives
and axles,

               (i)  inspecting, testing and adjusting

                         (A)  clutches;

                         (B)  fluid drives, fluid couplings, torque
converters, hydraulic retarders and other connecting units;

                         (C)  manual transmissions;

                         (D)  power shift transmissions, high-low
speed units, reverse units and automatic transmissions and their control
systems;

                         (E)  transfer drives;

                         (F)  drive shafts, u-joints, belt, chain and
gear drives, mechanical winch drives, power take-offs and other drive
lines;

                         (G)  front and rear differentials and axles;

               (ii) diagnosing malfunctions and irregular operation and
performance;

               (iii)     removing and installing

                         (A)  complete components;

                         (B)  complete transmissions;

                         (C)  complete gear box drives;

                         (D)  complete assemblies;

               (iv) removing, inspecting, overhauling, repairing and
replacing

                         (A)  assemblies and their parts;

                         (B)  transmission parts and components;

                         (C)  transmission control systems and
components;

               (v)  analyzing the failure of parts and determining the
causes of failures and the reusability of parts;

     (k)  with respect to electrical systems and circuits, batteries,
charging, starting, lighting and accessories systems, spark ignition
systems, electronic systems and circuits, electronic monitoring systems and
electronic control systems,

               (i)  inspecting, testing, adjusting and replacing

                         (A)  storage batteries;

                         (B)  components and circuits;

               (ii) diagnosing performance;

               (iii)     isolating defects within the system or in another
part of the machine;

               (iv) analyzing failures and determining the causes of
failures;

     (l)  with respect to hydraulic and hydrostatic systems, open and
closed centre hydraulic systems, open and closed loop hydrostatic systems
and control systems,

               (i)  inspecting, testing and adjusting;

               (ii) diagnosing malfunctions;

               (iii)     removing and installing components as a unit;

               (iv) testing, overhauling, repairing and replacing parts
and components;

               (v)  analyzing the failure of parts and determining the
causes of failures and the reusability of parts;

     (m)  with respect to pneumatic systems and air supply and generating
systems,

               (i)  inspecting, testing and adjusting air systems;

               (ii) diagnosing malfunctions;

               (iii)     removing and installing components as a unit;

               (iv) testing, overhauling, repairing and replacing parts
and components;

               (v)  analyzing the failure of parts and determining the
causes of failures and the reusability of parts;

     (n)  with respect to steering, brakes and suspension systems, manual
steering and brakes, and hydraulic steering and brakes, air brakes and
suspensions and electrical brakes,

               (i)  inspecting, testing and adjusting

                         (A)  manual steering systems;

                         (B)  manual braking systems and brake
foundation assemblies;

                         (C)  hydraulic equipment steering and
braking systems;

                         (D)  electrical braking systems;

                         (E)  air braking and suspension systems; 

     (o)  with respect to frames, chassis, supporting structures and
components,

               (i)  inspecting, repairing and replacing wheels, rims
and tires;

               (ii) adjusting and aligning frames, chassis, supporting
structures and components; 

               (iii)     adjusting and aligning wheels where applicable;

               (iv) adjusting, aligning and repairing assemblies;

               (v)  inspecting and testing cab pressurizing, heating
and air-conditioning systems;

               (vi) diagnosing and isolating problems and determining
causes;

               (vii)     replacing components and making repairs;

     (p)  with respect to attachments and working tools, structural
members, cables, hooks and slings,

               (i)  inspecting, adjusting, aligning, removing,
installing, repairing and replacing vehicle attachments and components;

               (ii) inspecting and measuring structural members for
signs of misalignment, cracking, loose bolts, metal fatigue and
overloading;

               (iii)     analyzing failures and determining causes and
correcting where applicable, or recommending speciality repair or welding;

               (iv) inspecting, removing, installing and replacing
equipment cables, hooks and slings;

     (q)  with respect to preventive maintenance, operational safety and
vehicle economy,

               (i)  identifying and evaluating component failures and
malfunctions relating to vehicles; 

               (ii) identifying unsafe operating practices;

               (iii)     communicating

                         (A)  advice on maintenance to be performed;

                         (B)  maintenance safety precautions;

                         (C)  correct procedures for vehicle
inspections, operation, towing, loading, hauling, parking and storage;

                         (D)  the importance of the use of proper
fuel, lubricants, coolants, filters and similar items and providing advice
in respect of those matters.


     SCHEDULE 4

     TRUCK-TRAILER MECHANIC

1   In this Schedule, "truck-trailer" means a commercial transport device
connected to or moved by a power unit, and includes the following:

     (a)  a flat deck;

     (b)  a dry freight van;

     (c)  a refrigerated van;

     (d)  a tanker;

     (e)  a converter;

     (f)  a booster;

     (g)  a pole trailer;

     (h)  a jeep;

     (i)  a steering dolly;

     (j)  a dump trailer;

     (k)  any other commercial pull type device.


2   The undertakings that constitute the trade are the repair, maintenance
and inspection of truck-trailers, and without limiting the generality of
the foregoing, include the repair, maintenance, replacement and inspection
of the following:

     (a)  suspensions and undercarriages;

     (b)  braking systems;

     (c)  electrical systems;

     (d)  bodies;

     (e)  tires and wheels;

     (f)  couplers and hitches;

     (g)  steering systems;

     (h)  landing gear.


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

     (a)  the identification and application of and compliance with
government and company policies, procedures, guidelines and standards with
respect to

               (i)  replacement and repair of defective parts;

               (ii) quality service procedures;

               (iii)     inspection and safety hazard reports;

               (iv) manufacturers' service manuals and related service
materials;

     (b)  the use, maintenance and operation of hand tools, hand power
tools and pneumatic electrical power and specialty tools, lifting devices
and testing equipment;

     (c)  the repair, maintenance and visual inspection of trailers, with
respect to leaks, deterioration, brakes, alignment, tracking, position and
wear characteristics, limits and damage;

     (d)  the repair, maintenance and inspection of the following:

               (i)  suspension and undercarriages, with respect to

                         (A)  slider and fixed suspension systems and
their components;

                         (B)  air suspension systems and their
components, including air bags, control valves, shock absorbers, axle
connections, air pressure gauges, auxiliary control systems, air lines and
air tanks;

                         (C)  block suspension systems and their
components, including load cushions, wish-bone and tracking arms and torque
arms and bushings;

                         (D)  walking beam suspension systems,
including walking beams, axle connections and trunnion shaft assemblies;

                         (E)  spring suspension systems and their
components, including multi-leaf assemblies, equalizers, hangers and
guides, spring seats, bottom axle brackets, top spring plates and front and
rear spring hangers;

                         (F)  torque arms and bushings and their
components;

               (ii) braking systems, with respect to

                         (A)  brakes, brake linings, drums, discs,
brake chambers, air tanks, valves, glad hands, lines and hoses;

                         (B)  cam shafts, including cam shaft
bushings, bushing support brackets, slack adjusters, hardware kits and
spiders;

                         (C)  air braking systems, including calipers
and actuators and anchor plates;

                         (D)  anti-lock braking systems, including
electro-magnets, wiring, wheel sensors and excitors;

                         (E)  axles and wheel hubs, including grease,
oil caps and seals, cups and bearings, dust shields and studs and axles;

                         (F)  tires and wheel rims, including valve
stems and caps, tire pressure, rim and lock rings and rim spacers;

                         (G)  hydraulic brakes and their components
and functions, including type of brake fluid, master cylinders, wheel
cylinders, brake lines, brake shoes and assemblies;

                         (H)  electric brakes and their components
and functions, including servos and control units and the principles of
operation;

               (iii)     trailer couplers and hitches, with respect to

                         (A)  coupling units;

                         (B)  fasteners, plungers, sliding fifth
wheel plungers and control mechanisms and sliding racks;

                         (C)  air release cylinder lines, hoses and
fittings;

                         (D)  fifth wheel saddles, bushings and pins,
fifth wheel mounting components and fifth wheel compensators and
components;

                         (E)  king-pins and upper coupler assemblies
and turntables;

                         (F)  rubber bushed hitch eyes, safety
chains, cables and attachments, draw bars and attachments, pintle hooks and
ball hitches;

               (iv) landing gear with respect to mounting brackets,
braces, fasteners and manual and support legs;

               (v)  electrical systems, with respect to

                         (A)  location of lamps, connections, boxes,
wiring, sockets, wiring supports and harnesses;

                         (B)  wiring colour codes, interpretation of
wiring diagrams, defects, grounds and broken wires and corroded or damaged
wiring and wiring harnesses and supports;

               (vi) body units, with respect to structural integrity,
including

                         (A)  aluminum, steel and stainless steel
components of body units;

                         (B)  interior and exterior of trailers,
including cracked or broken floors, main rails, broken or bent panels and
side posts, roof and roof bows, side walls, bottom rails, cross members and
upper couplers;

                         (C)  doors, including door seals and
rollers, tracks and hardware;

                         (D)  loose fasteners;

                         (E)  shells, long and cross members and
bumpers.


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     Alberta Regulation 131/2000

     Public Utilities Board Act

     DESIGNATION REGULATION

     Filed:  June 28, 2000

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 247/2000) on June 28, 2000
pursuant to sections 91.1 and 99 of the Public Utilities Board Act.


Designated public utilities
1   Sections 91.1 and 92 of the Public Utilities Board Act apply to the
following owners of public utilities:  

     (a)  AltaGas Utility Holdings Inc.;

     (b)  ATCO Electric Ltd.;

     (c)  Canadian Utilities Limited;

     (d)  CanUtilities Holdings Ltd.;

     (e)  CU Inc.;

     (f)  CU Water Limited;

     (g)  TransAlta Corporation;

     (h)  TransAlta Utilities Corporation;

     (i)  Sarcee Developments Ltd.;

     (j)  Upper Lakes Group Inc.


Designated public utilities
2   Section 99 of the Public Utilities Board Act applies to the following
owners of public utilities:

     (a)  AltaGas Utility Holdings Inc.;

     (b)  AltaGas Utilities Inc.;

     (c)  ATCO Electric Ltd.;

     (d)  ATCO Gas and Pipelines Ltd.;

     (e)  Bonnyville Gas Company Limited;

     (f)  CanUtilities Holdings Ltd.;

     (g)  Canadian Utilities Limited;

     (h)  CU Inc.;

     (i)  CU Water Limited;

     (j)  Northwestern Utilities Limited;

     (k)  NOVA Gas Transmission Ltd.;

     (l)  Orr Mineral Developments Ltd.;

     (m)  TransAlta Corporation;

     (n)  TransAlta Utilities Corporation;

     (o)  Sarcee Developments Ltd.;

     (p)  Upper Lakes Group Inc.


3   The Designation Regulation (AR 173/85) is repealed.


4   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 November 30, 2005.


     Alberta Regulation 132/2000

     Surrogate Court Act
     Dependent Adults Act

     SURROGATE RULES AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  June 28, 2000

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 250/2000) on June 28, 2000
pursuant to section 19 of the Surrogate Court Act and section 69 of the
Dependent Adults Act.


1   The Surrogate Rules (AR 130/95) are amended by this Regulation.


2   Rule 10(1)(d) is amended by striking out "particular purpose" and
substituting "limited purpose".


3   Rule 13(2) is amended

     (a)  by repealing clause (a)(vii);

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

               (ix) Form NC 21


4   Rule 26(3)(a) is repealed and the following is substituted:

     (a)  by registered mail, or


5   Rule 33 is amended by striking out "On an application for a grant of
administration or a grant of administration with will annexed," and
substituting "On an application for a grant of probate or a grant of
administration,".


6   Rule 84(2) is amended by adding "and subject to pre-trial discovery of
documents and oral examinations for discovery" before "respecting".


7   Rule 98(3) is amended by striking out "but each entry must be numbered
consecutively" and substituting "and each entry may be numbered
consecutively".


8   Rule 119(1) is amended by adding the following after clause (h):

     (i)  any personal benefit received by the trustee or members of the
trustee's family;

     (j)  any personal use of the dependent's property by the trustee or
the trustee's family.


9   Rule 129(1) is amended by adding "on notice to the Public Trustee,"
after "The court,".


10   Rules 137 to 140 are repealed.


11   Schedule 2 is amended by repealing the fees specified in section 1
under the heading Court Fees and substituting the following:

     1(1)  For issuing grants of probate or letters of administration or
resealing grants, excluding trusteeship but including one certified copy of
the document, where the net value of property in Alberta is

               (a)  $10 000 or under    $  25

               (b)  over $10 000 but not more than $25 000  100

               (c)  over $25 000 but not more than $125 000 200

               (d)  over $125 000 but not more than $250 000     300

               (e)  over $250 000  400

     (2)  This section applies to all grants of probate and letters of
administration issued on or after February 25, 2000 and the grants resealed
on or after February 25, 2000.

     (3)  This section comes into force on July 1, 2000.


12   In Schedule 3 Forms NC 2, NC 7, NC 19, NC 21, NC 22 and NC 24.1, C4,
DA 5 and DA 15 are repealed and the following are substituted:

     NC 2
COURT FILE NUMBER                

COURT     Surrogate Court of Alberta

JUDICIAL DISTRICT                

ESTATE NAME                 

DOCUMENT  Affidavit by the personal representative(s) on application for
a grant of                

DEPONENT(S)  NAME(S)                      

DATE OF AFFIDAVIT                    
     
THE DEPONENT(S) EACH SWEAR UNDER OATH OR AFFIRM THAT THE INFORMATION IN
THIS AFFIDAVIT AND IN THE ATTACHED SCHEDULES IS WITHIN THE DEPONENTS'
KNOWLEDGE AND IS TRUE.  WHERE THE INFORMATION IS BASED ON ADVICE OR
INFORMATION AND BELIEF, THIS IS STATED.

     Applicant(s)

1.   The applicant(s) are entitled to apply for a grant because the
applicant(s) are                

     Schedules Attached

2.   The following schedules are part of this affidavit.  They are correct
to the deponents' information and belief.

     2.1  NC 3 Schedule 1          Deceased

     2.2  NC 4 Schedule 2          Will

     2.3  NC 5 Schedule 3          Personal representative(s)

     2.4  NC 6 Schedule 4          Beneficiaries

     2.5  NC 7 Schedule 5          Inventory

     Documents Attached

3.   The following documents are part of this affidavit.

     3.1       Original will of the deceased

     3.2  NC 8 Affidavit of witness to a will

     The schedules and documents that are part of this affidavit provide
all the information required in this application by the Surrogate Rules and
have been prepared by me or by my lawyer on my behalf.

     Notices

4.   The applicant(s) have served the following notices as required and in
the manner prescribed by the Surrogate Rules.

     4.1  NC 19     Notice(s) to beneficiaries (residuary)

     4.2  NC 20     Notice(s) to beneficiaries (non residuary)

     4.3  NC 21     Notice(s) to beneficiaries (intestacy)

     4.4  NC 22     Notice to spouse of deceased Matrimonial Property Act

     4.5  NC 23     Notice to spouse of deceased Family Relief Act

     4.6  NC 24     Notice to a dependent child of the deceased Family Relief
Act

5.   The applicant(s) will faithfully administer the estate of the
deceased according to law and will give a true accounting of their
administration to the persons entitled to it when lawfully required.

SWORN OR AFFIRMED BY EACH DEPONENT BEFORE A COMMISSIONER FOR OATHS AT       
                  ,
ALBERTA ON          
                              
Deponent                  Commissioner's Name:    
                        Appointment Expiry Date:  


     NC 7
ESTATE NAME                     

DOCUMENT       Schedule 5: Inventory of property and debts
     

     VALUE OF ESTATE IN ALBERTA

Land and buildings (net of encumbrances)     $            

Other property (gross)   $            

Gross value of estate    $            

Debts (excluding encumbrances of land)  $            

Net value of estate $            
     

     PROPERTY

LAND AND BUILDINGS

Description:                     
Gross value: $                   
Encumbrances:                    
Net value:     $            

OTHER PROPERTY

Description:                     
Gross value:   $             

TOTAL VALUE OF PROPERTY  $             

     DEBTS

Description:                      

Value:    $              

TOTAL VALUE OF DEBTS     $              

NET VALUE OF ESTATE $              


     NC 19
ESTATE NAME                      

DOCUMENT       Notice to beneficiaries (residuary)
     

To:  Name:                            
     Complete address:                     

You are named as a residuary beneficiary in the last will of                
                      .

The will gives you                .

The personal representative(s) named in the will have applied for a grant
of probate.

Enclosed with this notice is a copy of the application for a grant of
probate.  This includes a copy of the will and a list of the estate
property and debts.

Once the court issues the grant, the personal representative(s) will
collect in the property, pay the debts, and complete the administration of
the estate and anything else required of the personal representative(s). 
Then they will be in a position to account to you before distributing any
estate left after payment of all debts and expenses.

By issuing the grant, the court is not approving the figures submitted in
the application for a grant of probate.  It is the responsibility of the
beneficiary(ies) to supervise the actions of the personal
representative(s).

You can contact ________ at ________ , phone __________ , for any further
information you may need.
                                                                          

Personal Representative  Date                                  
Name:                      
Complete address:                          


     NC 21
ESTATE NAME                        

DOCUMENT       Notice to Beneficiaries (intestacy)
     

To:  Name:                                
     Complete address:                
                     died without leaving a will.  In this circumstance,
the provisions of the Intestate Succession Act of Alberta determine which
relatives of the deceased inherit the estate.

You are one of these relatives, or beneficiary (intestacy), and you will
receive                    .

                 has applied for a grant of administration.

Enclosed with this notice is a copy of the application for a grant of
administration.  This includes a list of the property and debts.

Once the court issues the grant, the personal representative(s) will
collect in the property, pay the debts, and complete the administration of
the estate and anything else required of the personal representative(s). 
Then they will be in a position to account to you before distributing any
estate left after payment of all debts and expenses.

By issuing the grant,  the court is not approving the figures submitted in
the application for a grant of administration.  It is the responsibility of
the beneficiary(ies) to supervise the actions of the personal
representative(s).

You can contact             at            , phone            , for any
further information you may need.
                                   
Personal Representative                 Date
Name:          
Complete address:   


     NC 22
ESTATE NAME                     

DOCUMENT       Notice to spouse of deceased
               Matrimonial Property Act
     

To:  Name:                           
     Complete address:                   

The law requires that this notice must be given to you because

1.   you are the spouse or a former spouse (as defined in the Act) of      
               ;

2.   you have not been given all the property in the estate;

3.   your marriage to the deceased ended or separation occurred less than
two years prior to the date of death.

You may have a claim under the Matrimonial Property Act on the property in
the estate.  This must be dealt with before the estate can be finally
distributed.

There are some time requirements that must be met.  You must begin any
application before six months have gone by from the date the court issued
the grant of probate or administration.  There are other time limits in the
Act which may mean that in your case you have less than six months in which
to act.

If you want to take this further, you must consult your own lawyer
immediately.
                                                                         
             
Personal Representative  Date                                          
Name:                  
Complete address:                        

I ACKNOWLEDGE RECEIPT OF THIS NOTICE AND OF A COPY OF THE APPLICATION FOR A
GRANT OF             IN THE ESTATE OF                  .


     NC 24.1
ESTATE NAME                          

DOCUMENT       Notice to the Public Trustee on Behalf of             
     

This gives you notice that the personal representative shown in the
attached copy of an Application for a grant of                      has
applied for this grant.

Notice is given to you

     under section 6 of the Administration of Estates Act (beneficiaries
interested in the estate)

          a minor at the date of death of the deceased

          Name:                    
          Address:                 
          Date of Birth:                

          a missing person

          Name:                    
          Address:                 

          a dependent adult for whose estate you are trustee

          Name:                    
          Address:                 

     under section 7 of the Administration of Estates Act (family relief
dependents)

          the deceased was survived by a minor child of the deceased

          Name:                    
          Address:                 
          Date of Birth:                

          the deceased was survived by a dependent adult child for whose
estate you are trustee

          Name:                    
          Address:                 

Enclosed is your inspection fee of $         
                                   
Personal Representative                 Date
Name:               
Complete address:             

To the Surrogate Court of Alberta and the personal representative

The Public Trustee

          does not intend to be represented on this application
          intends to be represented on this application
          makes these submissions:
          will not monitor the trust for the benefit of       , named
minor in clause         of the Will, nor represent the minor's interest in
the trust.
                         
                                   
Public Trustee of Alberta                    Date


     C 4

COURT FILE NUMBER                       

COURT               Surrogate Court of Alberta

JUDICIAL DISTRICT                            

ESTATE NAME                             

                                                                            
                  

     WARNING TO CAVEATOR(S)

To:                   

YOU FILED A CAVEAT WHICH REQUIRES THAT NOTICE MUST BE GIVEN TO YOU OF ANY
APPLICATION WHICH MIGHT BE MADE IN THIS ESTATE.

THE FOLLOWING APPLICATION HAS BEEN MADE:

Nature of application              Grant of                         

Date of will                                       

Applicant(s) name(s) and address(es)                         

Lawyers for applicant(s):
Name                               
Complete address                             
Responsible lawyer                            
File No.                                 
Phone                                    
Fax                                      

Complete address for service on                         
applicants

BE WARNED:

If you want to contest this application, you must file a notice of
objection to an informal grant on the enclosed Form called "Notice of
objection to informal grant".

You must state:

1.   That you object to this application; and

2.   The nature of your objection.

THERE IS A DEADLINE FOR FILING YOUR NOTICE OF OBJECTION.

If you do not file your notice of objection by the deadline, the court
will:

3.   Deal with the application for an informal grant without any further
notice to you; and

4.   Assume that you consent to the application.

Your notice of objection must be filed within 10 days of the date of
service with the Clerk of the Surrogate Court
                                                                              
         
Clerk of the Surrogate Court                 Date


     DA 5

DEPENDENT ADULT  NAME                     

DOCUMENT       Schedule 1: Inventory of property and debts
               Dependent Adults Act
                                                                            
                   

     VALUE OF ESTATE AS OF                

Land and buildings (net of encumbrances)     $            

Other property (gross)   $            

Gross value of estate    $            

Debts (excluding encumbrances of land)                 $            

Net value of estate $            
                                                                            
                   

     PROPERTY

LAND AND BUILDINGS

Description:                     
Gross value: $                   
Encumbrances:                    
Net value:     $            

OTHER PROPERTY

Description:                     
Gross value:   $             

TOTAL VALUE OF PROPERTY  $             

     DEBTS

Description:                      

Value:    $              

TOTAL VALUE OF DEBTS     $              

NET VALUE OF ESTATE $              

     INCOME SOURCES

Description:                     
Monthly account:    $               

TOTAL MONTHLY INCOME     $               

     EXPENSES

Description:                     
Monthly account:    $               

TOTAL MONTHLY EXPENSES   $               


     DA 15

COURT FILE NUMBER                       

COURT               Surrogate Court of Alberta

JUDICIAL DISTRICT                            

DEPENDENT ADULT NAME                              

PROCEDURE           Application by the trustee(s) to pass accounts
formally Dependent Adults Act

DOCUMENT            Notice of Reference to Public Trustee
     
1    The financial statements submitted to the Surrogate Court for the
period             to               by                 are referred to the
Public Trustee.

2    The reference to the Public Trustee is to determine whether certain
expenditures shown on the financial statements are appropriate under the
Dependent Adults Act, the Public Trustee Act and general trust law.

3    The items referred to the Public Trustee from the financial
statements are items numbered                :

     item #                   
     item #                   
     item #                   

4    The Public Trustee will report the results of the examination to the
Surrogate Court and the parties by               .

5    All accounting documentation is available to the Public Trustee.

6    The Public Trustee's fee plus necessary disbursements is to be
charged against                     .

ORDER:  ISSUE THIS DIRECTION
                                   
JUDGE OF THE SURROGATE             DATE
OF ALBERTA


13   The following Form is added after Form NC 24.1:

     NC 24.2
COURT FILE NUMBER                

COURT     Surrogate Court of Alberta

JUDICIAL DISTRICT                

ESTATE NAME                 

PROCEDURE      Application for grant - direction to monitor

DOCUMENT       Notice
     

     DIRECTION

1.   The Surrogate Court has determined that the trust for the benefit of  
             must be monitored by the Public Trustee.  Either the applicant
or the Public Trustee, on notice to the other, must arrange for the court
to settle the terms and conditions of the appointment.

Issue this direction                         
Clerk of the Surrogate Court                 Date


14   This Regulation comes into force on July 1, 2000.


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     Alberta Regulation 133/2000

     Public Sector Pension Plans Act

     LOCAL AUTHORITIES PENSION PLAN AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  June 28, 2000

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 255/2000) on June 28, 2000
pursuant to Schedule 1, section 4 of the Public Sector Pension Plans Act.


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


2   Part 1 of Schedule 2 is amended by adding the following bodies to the
list in that Part in their appropriate alphabetical order:

     (a)  Alberta Fire Training School;

     (b)  Alberta Irrigation Projects Association;

     (c)  Cold Lake Ambulance Society;

     (d)  Lamont - Two Hills Business Development Corporation.


3   Section 2, so far as it relates to

     (a)  clause (b) of that section, is deemed to have come into force
on October 1, 1999,

     (b)  clauses (a) and (c) of that section, is deemed to have come
into force on January 1, 2000, and

     (c)  clause (d) of that section, is deemed to have come into force
on April 1, 2000.


     ------------------------------

     Alberta Regulation 134/2000

     Marketing of Agricultural Products Act

     EGG PRODUCTION AND MARKETING AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  June 29, 2000

Made by the Alberta Egg Producers Board on June 15 and 16, 2000 pursuant to
sections 26 and 27 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act.


1   The Egg Production and Marketing Regulation (AR 293/97) is amended by
this Regulation.


2   Section 24(1) is amended by striking out "$4.56" and substituting
"$6.00".


3   Section 24.1(1) is amended by striking out "$0.19" and substituting
"$.25".


4   This Regulation comes into force on July 9, 2000.


     Alberta Regulation 135/2000

     Wildlife Act

     WILDLIFE AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  June 29, 2000

Made by the Minister of Environment (M.O. 44/2000) on June 27, 2000
pursuant to sections 15, 25 and 96 of the Wildlife Act.


1   The Wildlife Regulation (AR 143/97) is amended by this Regulation.


2   The following is added in Schedule 8 after the "NOTE" preceding Part 1:

     For the purposes only of applying the preceding "NOTE", licences that
were the subject-matter of an amendment under section 1 or 2 of the Fees
(Reduction of Certain Fees Charged by the Wildlife Regulation) Regulation
(AR 58/2000) and that were issued on or after April 1, 1999 and before the
commencement of that Regulation are to be deemed to have been issued
immediately after the commencement of that Regulation.


3   Part 1 of Schedule 8 is repealed and is substituted by the Part set out
in the Schedule to this Regulation.


4   Items 10, 11 and 12 of Part 2 of Schedule 8 are repealed and the
following is substituted:

10   Resident bow hunting permit        FREE

11   Non-resident bow hunting permit    7.25

12   Non-resident alien bow hunting permit   14.00


5   This Regulation comes into force on July 2, 2000.



     SCHEDULE

     PART 1

     RECREATIONAL LICENCES

Column 1          Column 2         Column 3
Item No.            Licence             Fee ($)    


     Resident Licences

1    Resident black bear licence   5.25

2    Resident supplemental black bear licence     6.25

3    Resident cougar licence  39.00

4    Resident mule deer licence    9.75

5    Resident white-tailed deer licence 9.75

6    Resident supplemental antlerless
     white-tailed deer licence     8.75

7    Resident antlerless deer licence   1.50

8    Resident elk licence     19.75

9    Resident moose licence   9.75

10   Resident trophy sheep licence 39.00

11   Resident WMU 410 trophy sheep special
     licence   39.00

12   Resident trophy sheep special licence   39.00

13   Resident goat special licence 40.00

14   Resident non-trophy sheep special licence    17.50

15   Resident antlered moose special licence 10.25

16   Resident calf moose special licence     11.25

17   Resident antlerless moose special licence    11.25

18   Resident antlered elk special licence   21.25

19   Resident antlerless elk special licence 21.25

20   Resident trophy antelope special licence     39.00

21   Resident non-trophy antelope special licence 7.75

22   Resident antelope archery special licence    39.00

23   Resident Cypress Hills elk special licence   21.25

24   Resident Cypress Hills elk archery licence   21.25

25   Resident WMU 212 antlerless elk archery
     licence   9.75

26   Resident WMU 300 elk special licence    21.25

27   Resident antlered mule deer special licence  11.25

28   Resident antlerless mule deer special licence
        - if issued to a youth          FREE
        - if issued to an individual who is not
          a youth        FREE

29   Resident youth mule deer licence   0.25

30   Resident antlered white-tailed deer special
     licence   11.25

31   Resident antlerless white-tailed deer special
     licence   6.50

32   Resident youth white-tailed deer licence     0.25

33   Resident Strathcona white-tailed deer licence     6.50

34   Resident Foothills deer licence    6.50

35   Resident Camp Wainwright deer special
     licence   27.00

36   Resident grizzly bear special licence   39.00

37   Resident game bird licence    0.75

38   Resident youth game bird licence   0.25

39   Resident pheasant licence          FREE

40   Resident Merriam's turkey special licence    16.00

41   Resident quota licence   7.50


     Non-resident Licences

42   Non-resident black bear licence    49.50

43   Non-resident supplemental black bear licence 49.50

44   Non-resident black bear special licence 49.50

45   Non-resident cougar licence   113.25

46   Non-resident cougar special licence     113.25

47   Non-resident antlered mule deer licence 101.75

48   Non-resident antlered mule deer special
     licence   101.75

49   Non-resident antlered white-tailed deer
     licence   101.75

50   Non-resident antlered white-tailed deer
     special licence     101.75

51   Non-resident antlered elk licence  113.25

52   Non-resident antlered elk special licence    113.25

53   Non-resident antlered moose licence     113.25

54   Non-resident antlered moose special licence  113.25

55   Non-resident trophy antelope special licence 155.25

56   Non-resident game bird licence     21.25

57   Non-resident 3-day game bird licence    13.25

58   Non-resident pheasant licence      FREE


     Non-resident Alien Licences

59   Non-resident alien black bear special licence     61.25

60   Non-resident alien cougar special licence    215.75

61   Non-resident alien antlered mule deer special 
     licence   157.25

62   Non-resident alien antlered white-tailed deer 
     special licence     157.25

63   Non-resident alien antlered elk special licence   215.75

64   Non-resident alien antlered moose special 
     licence   215.75

65   Non-resident alien trophy antelope special 
     licence   193.25

66   Non-resident alien game bird licence    76.25

67   Non-resident alien 3-day game bird licence   50.00

68   Non-resident alien pheasant licence          FREE

69   Non-resident alien trophy sheep special
      licence  274.00


     Other Licences

70   Non-resident/non-resident alien wolf/coyote 
     licence        2.00

71   Non-resident/non-resident alien trophy sheep 
     special licence     274.00

72   Minister's special licence         FREE


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     Alberta Regulation 136/2000

     Fisheries (Alberta) Act

     FISHERIES (MINISTERIAL) AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  June 29, 2000

Made by the Minister of Environment (M.O. 45/2000) on June 27, 2000
pursuant to section 44 of the Fisheries (Alberta) Act.


1   The Fisheries (Ministerial) Regulation (AR 220/97) is amended by this
Regulation.


2   The following is added in Schedule 1 after the "NOTE" at the beginning:

     For the purposes only of applying the preceding "NOTE", sportfishing
licences that were the subject-matter of an amendment under section 1 of
the Fees (Reduction of Certain Fees Charged by the Fisheries (Ministerial)
Regulation) Regulation (AR 57/2000) and that were issued on or after March
15, 1999 and before the commencement of that Regulation are to be deemed to
have been issued immediately after the commencement of that Regulation.


3   Item 1(a) and (b) of Schedule 1 are repealed and the following is
substituted:

     (a)  resident of Canada  $1.50

     (b)  non-resident of Canada (annual)    9.50


4   This Regulation comes into force on July 2, 2000.


     ------------------------------

     Alberta Regulation 137/2000

     Fair Trading Act

     AUTOMOTIVE BUSINESS AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  June 29, 2000

Made by the Minister of Government Services (M.O. C:011/00) on June 27,
2000 pursuant to sections 105(1)(d), 139(h) and 140(3)(d) of the Fair
Trading Act.


1   The Automotive Business Regulation (AR 192/99) is amended by this
Regulation.


2   Section 2(3) is repealed and the following substituted

     (3)  A general automotive business licence that was issued on or
after May 1, 1999 expires on June 30, 2000.

     (4)  A general automotive business that was issued before May 1, 1999
expires on the date on which it would have expired under the Automotive
Business Licencing Regulation (AR 188/78) had it not been repealed.


3   The following is added after section 2

No assessment
     2.1   The Council shall not levy an assessment under the Act on the
holder of a general automotive business licence referred to in section 2(4)
until that licence has expired as set out in section 2(4).


4   Section 5 is repealed and the following is substituted:

Term of licence
     5(1)  Where before June 30, 2000, a person holds a general automotive
business licence that was issued on or after May 1, 1999 and applies for a
licence referred to in section 3, the new licence has a term of one year
and may be renewed for additional one-year terms.

     (2)  Where a person does not hold a general automotive business
licence before June 30, 2000 and applies for a licence referred to in
section 3, the new licence has a term of one year and may be renewed for
additional one-year terms.

     (3)  Where a person holds a general automotive business licence
referred to in section 2(4) and applies for a licence referred to in
section 3 on the expiry of the general automotive business licence, the new
licence has a term of one year and may be renewed for additional one-year
terms.

     (4)  In a case where, in the opinion of the Director, it is in the
public interest to issue a licence referred to in section 3 for a term of
less than one year, the Director may do so.


5   Section 16(4) is repealed and the following is substituted:

     (4)  A salesperson of a general automotive business licensee must be
registered for automotive sales, automotive leasing and automotive
consignment before acting on behalf of the licensee. 

     (5)  A salesperson who acts on behalf of more than one licensee
within the same class of automotive business licence need not obtain a
separate registration in respect of each such licensee.

     (6)  A salesperson who acts on behalf of more than one licensee shall
forthwith identify to the Director each licensee on whose behalf the
salesperson acts.

     (7)  Where a salesperson ceases to act on behalf of a licensee the
salesperson shall forthwith return to the Director the certificate issued
in respect of the salesperson's acting for that licensee. 

     (8)  The registration of a salesperson is automatically cancelled
where the salesperson is no longer authorized to act on behalf of any
licensee. 


6   Section 17.1 is amended by striking out "not later than July 1, 2000"
and substituting "not later than October 1, 2000".


7   Section 20 is repealed and the following is substituted:

Term of registration
     20   The term of registration of a salesperson is one year and the
registration may be renewed for additional one-year periods.


8   Section 20.1 is repealed and the following is substituted:

Acting on behalf of licence
     20.1   No salesperson may act on behalf of a licensee unless

               (a)  the salesperson is registered for the class of
licence held by the licensee, and

               (b)  the licensee authorizes the salesperson to act on
its behalf.


9   Section 34(2) is amended by adding "20.1," after "16, ".


10   Section 35(2) is repealed.