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     Alberta Regulation 44/2001

     Government Organization Act

     DESIGNATION AND TRANSFER OF RESPONSIBILITY REGULATION

     Filed:  March 19, 2001

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 96/2001) on March 19, 2001
pursuant to sections 16, 17 and 18 of the Government Organization Act.


     Table of Contents

Premier   1
Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development  2
Agriculture, Food and Rural Development 3
Children's Services 4
Community Development    5
Economic Development     6
Energy    7
Environment    8
Finance   9
Gaming    10
Government Services 11
Health and Wellness 12
Human Resources and Employment     13
Infrastructure 14
Innovation and Science   15
International and Intergovernmental Relations     16
Justice and Attorney General  17
Learning  18
Municipal Affairs   19
Revenue   20
Seniors   21
Solicitor General   22
Sustainable Resource Development   23
Transportation 24
Repeal    25



Premier
1(1)  The President of Executive Council continues to be designated as the
Minister responsible for the following enactments:

     (a)  Family Day Act;

     (b)  Queen's Printer Act.

(2)  The responsibility for the Alberta Order of Excellence Act is
transferred to the President of Executive Council.


Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development
2(1)  The responsibility for the following enactments is transferred to the
Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development:

     (a)  Constitution of Alberta Amendment Act, 1990;

     (b)  Metis Settlements Act;

     (c)  Metis Settlements Accord Implementation Act;

     (d)  Metis Settlements Land Protection Act; 

     (e)  Northern Alberta Development Council Act.

(2)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister in the Federal and
Intergovernmental Affairs Grants Regulation (AR 250/86) are transferred to
the common responsibility of the Minister of International and
Intergovernmental Relations and the Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and
Northern Development.

(3)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended balances
of elements 1.0.2 and 1.0.7 of Program 1 and Program 2 of the operating
expense supply vote of the 2000-01 Government appropriation for
International and Intergovernmental Relations is transferred to the
Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development.

(4)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended balance of
element 4.0.1 of Program 4 of the operating expense supply vote of the
2000-01 Government appropriation for Resource Development is transferred to
the Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development. 


Agriculture, Food and Rural Development
3(1)  The Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Development continues to
be designated as the Minister responsible for the following enactments:

     (a)  Agricultural Operation Practices Act;

     (b)  Agricultural Pests Act;

     (c)  Agricultural Service Board Act;

     (d)  Agricultural Societies Act, except sections 33 and 43; 

     (e)  Agriculture Financial Services Act;     

     (f)  Alberta Opportunity Fund Act;

     (g)  Animal Protection Act;

     (h)  Bee Act;

     (i)  Brand Act;

     (j)  Crop Liens Priorities Act;

     (k)  Crop Payments Act;

     (l)  Dairy Board Act;

     (m)  Dairy Industry Act;

     (n)  Farm Implement Act;

     (o)  Federal-Provincial Farm Assistance Act;

     (p)  Feeder Associations Guarantee Act;

     (q)  Fur Farms Act;

     (r)  Schedule 2 of the Government Organization Act;

     (s)  Horned Cattle Purchases Act;

     (t)  Irrigation Districts Act;

     (u)  Line Fence Act;

     (v)  Livery Stable Keepers Act;

     (w)  Livestock Diseases Act;

     (x)  Livestock Identification and Brand Inspection Act;

     (y)  Livestock Industry Diversification Act;

     (z)  Livestock and Livestock Products Act;

     (aa) Marketing of Agricultural Products Act;

     (bb) Meat Inspection Act;

     (cc) Soil Conservation Act;

     (dd) The St. Mary and Milk Rivers Water Agreements (Termination)
Act;

     (ee) Stray Animals Act;

     (ff) section 52(4) and (5) of the Universities Act;

     (gg) Vegetable Sales (Alberta) Act;

     (hh) Weed Control Act;

     (ii) Wheat Board Money Trust Act;

     (jj) Women's Institute Act.

(2)   The Minister of Economic Development and the Minister of Agriculture,
Food and Rural Development continue to be designated as the Ministers given
common responsibility for sections 33 and 43 of the Agricultural Societies
Act.


Children's Services
4(1)  The Minister of Children's Services continues to be designated as the
Minister responsible for the following enactments:

     (a)  Adult Adoption Act;

     (b)  Child and Family Services Authorities Act;

     (c)  Child Welfare Act;

     (d)  Family and Community Support Services Act; 

     (e)  Protection Against Family Violence Act;

     (f)  Protection of Children Involved in Prostitution Act; 

     (g)  Social Care Facilities Licensing Act;

     (h)  Social Care Facilities Review Committee Act.

(2)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister in the Social
Services Grant Regulation (AR 345/86) continue to be transferred to the
common responsibility of the Minister of Human Resources and Employment and
the Minister of Children's Services.


Community Development
5(1)  The Minister of Community Development continues to be designated as
the Minister responsible for the following enactments:

     (a)  Alberta Foundation for the Arts Act;

     (b)  Alberta Sport, Recreation, Parks and Wildlife Foundation Act;

     (c)  Amusements Act;

     (d)  Blind Persons' Rights Act;

     (e)  Emblems of Alberta Act;

     (f)  First Nations Sacred Ceremonial Objects Repatriation Act;

     (g)  Foreign Cultural Property Immunity Act;

     (h)  Glenbow-Alberta Institute Act;

     (i)  Government House Act;

     (j)  Historical Resources Act;

     (k)  Human Rights, Citizenship and Multiculturalism Act;

     (l)  Libraries Act;

     (m)  Protection for Persons in Care Act;

     (n)  Recreation Development Act;

     (o)  Wild Rose Foundation Act.

(2)  The Minister of Community Development is designated as the Minister
responsible for the Holocaust Memorial Day and Genocide Remembrance Act.

(3)  The responsibility for the following enactments is transferred to the
Minister of Community Development:

     (a)  Persons with Developmental Disabilities Community Governance
Act;

     (b)  Persons with Developmental Disabilities Foundation Act;

     (c)  Premier's Council on the Status of Persons with Disabilities
Act; 

     (d)  Willmore Wilderness Park Act.

(4)  The responsibility for the following enactments is transferred to the
common responsibility of the Minister of Community Development and the
Minister of Environment:

     (a)  Provincial Parks Act;

     (b)  Wilderness Areas, Ecological Reserves and Natural Areas Act.

(5)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister 

     (a)  in sections 1 to 11 of  the Community Development Grants
Regulation (AR 57/98) are transferred to the common responsibility of the
Minister of Community Development, the Minister of Gaming and the Minister
of Seniors, 

     (b)  in Schedule 3 of the Community Development Grants Regulation
(AR 57/98) continue to be transferred to the common responsibility of the
Minister of Community Development and the Minister of Gaming, and 

     (c)  in Schedule 4 of the Community Development Grants Regulation
(AR 57/98) are transferred to the common responsibility of the Minister of
Community Development and the Minister of Seniors.

(6)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister of Health, the
Minister of Municipal Affairs and the Minister of Family and Social
Services under the Protection for Persons in Care Act are transferred to
the Minister of Community Development.

(7)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended balances
of element 2.0.12 of Program 2, element 4.0.7 of Program 4, element 5.0.7
of Program 5, element 6.0.7 of Program 6, element 7.0.7 of Program 7,
element 8.0.7 of Program 8 and element 9.0.7 of Program 9 of the operating
expense and capital investment supply vote of the 2000-01 Government
appropriation for Environment is transferred to the Minister of Community
Development. 

(8)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended balances
of element 1.0.15 of Program 1 and Program 3 of the operating expense and
capital investment supply vote of the 2000-01 Government appropriation for
Health and Wellness is transferred to the Minister of Community
Development. 


Economic Development
6   The Minister of Economic Development continues to be designated as the
Minister responsible for the following enactments:

     (a)  Alberta Economic Development Authority Act;

     (b)  Small Business Equity Corporations Act;

     (c)  Telecommunications Act, except Part 1.


Energy
7(1)  The responsibility for the following enactments is transferred to the
Minister of Energy:

     (a)  Alberta Energy and Utilities Board Act;

     (b)  Coal Conservation Act;

     (c)  Coal Sales Act;

     (d)  Electric Utilities Act;

     (e)  Energy Resources Conservation Act;

     (f)  Freehold Mineral Rights Tax Act;

     (g)  Gas Distribution Act;

     (h)  Gas Resources Preservation Act;

     (i)  Gas Utilities Act;

     (j)  Hydro and Electric Energy Act;

     (k)  The Mineral Titles Redemption Act;

     (l)  Mines and Minerals Act, except Part 10;

     (m)  Natural Gas Marketing Act;

     (n)  Natural Gas Price Administration Act;

     (o)  Natural Gas Pricing Agreement Act;

     (p)  Natural Gas Rebates Act;

     (q)  Oil and Gas Conservation Act;

     (r)  Oil Sands Conservation Act;

     (s)  Petroleum Incentives Program Act;

     (t)  Petroleum Marketing Act;

     (u)  Pipeline Act;

     (v)  Public Utilities Board Act;

     (w)  Rural Electrification Loan Act;

     (x)  Rural Electrification Long Term Financing Act;

     (y)  Rural Utilities Act;

     (z)  Small Power Research and Development Act;

     (aa) Take-or-pay Costs Sharing Act;

     (bb) Turner Valley Unit Operations Act;

     (cc) Water, Gas and Electric Companies Act, except section 4.

(2)  The responsibility for section 152(g), (h) and (j) of the Mines and
Minerals Act is transferred to the common responsibility of the Minister of
Energy and the Minister of Sustainable Resource Development.

(3)  The responsibility for section 4 of the Water, Gas and Electric
Companies Act is transferred to the common responsibility of the Minister
of Energy and the Minister of Infrastructure. 

(4)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended balance of
the operating expense and capital investment supply vote of the 2000-01
Government appropriation for Resource Development, except element 1.0.2 of
Program 1, element 2.3.4 of Program 2 and element 4.0.1 of Program 4, is
transferred to the Minister of Energy.


Environment
8(1)  The Minister of Environment continues to be designated as the
Minister responsible for the following enactments:

     (a)  The Bighorn Agreement Validating Act;

     (b)  The Brazeau River Development Act;

     (c)  Drainage Districts Act;

     (d)  Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act, except sections
28 to 32 and section 35(d) to (f.4);

     (e)  Schedule 5 of the Government Organization Act, except section
4(2)(f) and (g);

     (f)  Part 10 of the Mines and Minerals Act, except section 152(g),
(h) and (j);

     (g)  Water Act. 

(2)  The responsibility for section 4(2)(f) and (g) of Schedule 5 of the
Government Organization Act is transferred to the common responsibility of
the Minister of Environment, the Minister of Infrastructure and the
Minister of Sustainable Resource Development.


Finance
9(1)  The responsibility for the following enactments is transferred to the
Minister of Finance: 

     (a)  Alberta Heritage Savings Trust Fund Act;

     (b)  Alberta Municipal Financing Corporation Act;

     (c)  Alberta Taxpayer Protection Act;

     (d)  Alberta Treasury Branches Act;

     (e)  Balanced Budget and Debt Retirement Act;

     (f)  Civil Service Garnishee Act;

     (g)  Credit Union Act;

     (h)  Employment Pension Plans Act;

     (i)  Farm Credit Stability Act;

     (j)  Financial Administration Act, except sections 12.1 and 13 and
Part 5;

     (k)  Financial Consumers Act;

     (l)  Fiscal Responsibility Act;

     (m)  Government Accountability Act;

     (n)  Government Fees and Charges Review Act;

     (o)  Insurance Act;

     (p)  Loan and Trust Corporations Act;

     (q)  Members of the Legislative Assembly Pension Plan Act;

     (r)  Municipal Debentures Act;

     (s)  Pension Fund Act;

     (t)  Public Sector Pension Plans Act;

     (u)  Securities Act;

     (v)  Small Business Term Assistance Act;

     (w)  Statistics Bureau Act;

     (x)  Part 1 of the Telecommunications Act.

(2)  The responsibility for sections 12.1 and 13 and Part 5 of the
Financial Administration Act is transferred to the common responsibility of
the Minister of Finance and the Minister of Revenue.

(3)  The powers, duties and functions of the Provincial Treasurer in
statutes and in regulations under statutes, except the statutes referred to
in subsection (1) or (2) or section 20, are transferred to the common
responsibility of the Minister of Finance and the Minister of Revenue.

(4)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended balances
of elements 3.0.1 and 3.0.2 of Program 3 and of the Debt Servicing
Costs-Voted Program of the operating expense and capital investment supply
vote and of the unexpended balance of the Voted Non-Budgetary Disbursements
Program of the non-budgetary disbursement supply vote of the 2000-01
Government appropriation for Treasury is transferred to the Minister of
Finance. 


Gaming
10   The Minister of Gaming continues to be designated as the Minister
responsible for the following enactments:

     (a)  Gaming and Liquor Act;

     (b)  Racing Corporation Act.


Government Services
11(1)  The Minister of Government Services continues to be designated as
the Minister responsible for the following enactments:

     (a)  Agricultural and Recreational Land Ownership Act;

     (b)  Business Corporations Act;

     (c)  Cemeteries Act;

     (d)  Cemetery Companies Act;

     (e)  Change of Name Act;

     (f)  Charitable Fund-raising Act;

     (g)  Companies Act;

     (h)  Condominium Property Act;

     (i)  Co-operative Associations Act;

     (j)  Debtors' Assistance Act;

     (k)  Dower Act;

     (l)  Fair Trading Act;

     (m)  Franchises Act;

     (n)  Funeral Services Act;

     (o)  Garagemen's Lien Act;

     (p)  sections 2 and 3 of Schedule 11 and Schedule 13 of the
Government Organization Act;

     (q)  Land Titles Act;

     (r)  Law of Property Act;

     (s)  Marriage Act;

     (t)  Mobile Home Sites Tenancies Act;

     (u)  sections 3 and 4 of the Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Act;

     (v)  Partnership Act;

     (w)  Personal Property Security Act, except Part 5;

     (x)  Possessory Liens Act;

     (y)  Real Estate Act;

     (z)  Religious Societies' Land Act;

     (aa) Residential Tenancies Act;

     (bb) Societies Act;

     (cc) Vital Statistics Act;

     (dd) Warehousemen's Lien Act;

     (ee) Woodmen's Lien Act.

(2)  The responsibility for the following enactments is transferred to the
Minister of Government Services:

     (a)  Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act;

     (b)  section 14 of Schedule 12 of the Government Organization Act.

(3)  The responsibility for the administration of the Alberta Corporate
Service Centre Program is transferred to the Minister of Government
Services.

(4)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended balance of
Program 3 of the operating expense and capital investment supply vote of
the 2000-01 Government appropriation for Executive Council is transferred
to the Minister of Government Services.

(5)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended balance of
element 3.2.1 of Program 3 of the operating expense and capital investment
supply vote of the 2000-01 Government appropriation for Municipal Affairs
is transferred to the Minister of Government Services.


Health and Wellness
12(1)  The Minister of Health and Wellness continues to be designated as
the Minister responsible for the following enactments:

     (a)  ABC Benefits Corporation Act;

     (b)  section 9 of the Alberta Evidence Act;

     (c)  Alberta Health Care Insurance Act;

     (d)  Alcohol and Drug Abuse Act;

     (e)  Ambulance Services Act;

     (f)  Cancer Programs Act;

     (g)  Chiropractic Profession Act; 

     (h)  Dental Disciplines Act; 

     (i)  Dental Mechanics Act; 

     (j)  Dental Profession Act;

     (k)  Emergency Medical Aid Act;

     (l)  Schedule 7 of the Government Organization Act;

     (m)  Health Care Protection Act;

     (n)  Health Disciplines Act; 

     (o)  Health Facilities Review Committee Act;

     (p)  Health Foundations Act;

     (q)  Health Insurance Premiums Act;

     (r)  Hospitals Act, except sections 44(1)(a), 61 and 62(d) to (f);

     (s)  Human Tissue Gift Act;

     (t)  Medical Profession Act;

     (u)  Mental Health Act, except section 53(1)(c); 

     (v)  M.S.I. Foundation Act;

     (w)  Nursing Homes Act, except sections 13, 18, 30(i) and (l) and
31(m);

     (x)  Nursing Profession Act;

     (y)  Occupational Therapy Profession Act; 

     (z)  Opticians Act; 

     (aa) Optometry Profession Act;

     (bb)  Pharmaceutical Profession Act; 

     (cc) Physical Therapy Profession Act;

     (dd) Podiatry Act;

     (ee) Provincial Health Authorities of Alberta Act;

     (ff) Psychology Profession Act; 

     (gg) Public Health Act;

     (hh) Regional Health Authorities Act;

     (ii) Registered Dietitians Act;

     (jj) Social Work Profession Act. 

(2)  The Minister of Health and Wellness and the Minister of Infrastructure
continue to be designated as the Ministers given common responsibility for
the following enactments: 

     (a)  sections 44(1)(a), 61 and 62(d) to (f) of the Hospitals Act; 

     (b)  section 53(1)(c) of the Mental Health Act; 

     (c)  sections 13, 18, 30(i) and (l) and 31(m) of the Nursing Homes
Act.

(3)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister in the Health Grants
Regulation (AR 269/89) are transferred to the Minister of Health and
Wellness. 


Human Resources and Employment
13(1)  The Minister of Human Resources and Employment continues to be
designated as the Minister responsible for the following enactments:

     (a)  Agrologists Act;

     (b)  Architects Act;

     (c)  Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped Act;

     (d)  Blind Workers' Compensation Act;

     (e)  Burial of the Dead Act;

     (f)  Certified General Accountants Act;

     (g)  Certified Management Accountants Act;

     (h)  Chartered Accountants Act;

     (i)  Consulting Engineers of Alberta Act;

     (j)  Dependent Adults Act;

     (k)  Employment Standards Code;

     (l)  Engineering, Geological and Geophysical Professions Act;

     (m)  Forestry Profession Act;

     (n)  Schedule 8 of the Government Organization Act;

     (o)  Income Support Recovery Act;

     (p)  Labour Relations Code;

     (q)  Land Surveyors Act;

     (r)  Managerial Exclusion Act;

     (s)  M.L.A. Compensation Act;

     (t)  Occupational Health and Safety Act;

     (u)  Parentage and Maintenance Act;

     (v)  Personal Directives Act;

     (w)  Police Officers Collective Bargaining Act;

     (x)  Professional and Occupational Associations Registration Act;

     (y)  Public Service Act;

     (z)  Public Service Employee Relations Act;

     (aa) Radiation Protection Act;

     (bb) Social Development Act;

     (cc) Special Payment Act;

     (dd) Student and Temporary Employment Act;

     (ee) Veterinary Profession Act;

     (ff) Widows' Pension Act;

     (gg) Workers' Compensation Act;

     (hh) section 2 of Schedule 3 of the Government Organization Act. 

(2)  The responsibility for the Land Agents Licensing Act is transferred to
the Minister of Human Resources and Employment.

(3)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister in the Radiation
Health Administration Regulation (AR 49/96) are transferred to the Minister
of Human Resources and Employment.

(4)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister of Family and Social
Services under section 9.2 of the Social Work Profession Act continue to be
transferred to the Minister of Human Resources and Employment.






Infrastructure
14(1)  The Minister of Infrastructure continues to be designated as the
Minister responsible for the following enactments:

     (a)  Builders' Lien Act;

     (b)  Protection from Second-hand Smoke in Public Buildings Act;

     (c)  section 12(4) of the Colleges Act;

     (d)  section 10(3) of the Technical Institutes Act;

     (e)  section 20(3) of the Universities Act. 

(2)  The responsibility for the following enactments is transferred to the
common responsibility of the Minister of Infrastructure and the Minister of
Transportation: 

     (a)  Canadian Airlines Corporation Act;

     (b)  Central Western Railway Corporation Act;

     (c)  Schedule 12, except section 14, of the Government Organization
Act;

     (d)  Public Works Act;

     (e)  Railway Act;

     (f)  Regional Airports Authorities Act.


Innovation and Science
15   The Minister of Innovation and Science continues to be designated as
the Minister responsible for the following enactments:

     (a)  Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research Act;

     (b)  Alberta Heritage Foundation for Science and Engineering
Research Act;

     (c)  Alberta Science and Research Authority Act.


International and Intergovern-mental Relations
16   The Minister of International and Intergovernmental Relations
continues to be designated as the Minister responsible for the following
enactments:

     (a)  Constitutional Referendum Act;

     (b)  section 11 and Schedule 6 of the Government Organization Act;

     (c)  International Trade and Investment Agreements Implementation
Act;

     (d)  Senatorial Selection Act.


Justice and Attorney General
17(1)  The Minister of Justice and Attorney General continues to be
designated as the Minister responsible for the following enactments:

     (a)  Administration of Estates Act;

     (b)  Administrative Procedures Act;

     (c)  Age of Majority Act;

     (d)  Alberta Evidence Act, except section 9;

     (e)  Alberta Personal Property Bill of Rights;

     (f)  Arbitration Act;

     (g)  Civil Enforcement Act;

     (h)  Commissioners for Oaths Act;

     (i)  Conflicts of Interest Act;

     (j)  Contributory Negligence Act;

     (k)  Court of Appeal Act;

     (l)  Court of Queen's Bench Act;

     (m)  Dangerous Dogs Act;

     (n)  Daylight Saving Time Act;

     (o)  Defamation Act;

     (p)  Devolution of Real Property Act;

     (q)  Domestic Relations Act;

     (r)  Expropriation Act, except sections 25 to 28 and 72;

     (s)  Extra-provincial Enforcement of Custody Orders Act;

     (t)  Factors Act;

     (u)  Family Relief Act;

     (v)  Fatal Accidents Act;

     (w)  Fatality Inquiries Act;

     (x)  Fraudulent Preferences Act;

     (y)  Frustrated Contracts Act;

     (z)  Schedule 9 of the Government Organization Act, except sections
1(1)(b) and (2) and 2(e);

     (aa) Guarantees Acknowledgment Act;

     (bb) Innkeepers Act;

     (cc) International Child Abduction Act;

     (dd) International Commercial Arbitration Act;

     (ee) International Conventions Implementation Act;

     (ff) Interpretation Act;

     (gg) Interprovincial Subpoena Act;

     (hh) Intestate Succession Act;

     (ii) Judgment Interest Act;

     (jj) Judicature Act;

     (kk) Jury Act;

     (ll) Justice of the Peace Act;

     (mm) Landlord's Rights on Bankruptcy Act;

     (nn) Languages Act/Loi linguistique;

     (oo) Legal Profession Act; 

     (pp) Legitimacy Act;

     (qq) Limitations Act;

     (rr) Maintenance Enforcement Act;

     (ss) Maintenance Order Act;

     (tt) Married Women's Act;

     (uu) Masters and Servants Act;

     (vv) Matrimonial Property Act;

     (ww) Mechanical Recording of Evidence Act;

     (xx) Minors' Property Act;

     (yy) Notaries Public Act;

     (zz) Oaths of Office Act;

     (aaa)     Occupiers' Liability Act;

     (bbb)     Perpetuities Act;

     (ccc)     Part 5 of the Personal Property Security Act; 

     (ddd)     Petty Trespass Act;

     (eee)     Powers of Attorney Act;

     (fff)     Proceedings Against the Crown Act; 

     (ggg)     Provincial Court Act;

     (hhh)     Provincial Offences Procedure Act;

     (iii)     Public Inquiries Act;

     (jjj)     Public Trustee Act;

     (kkk)     Queen's Counsel Act;

     (lll)     Reciprocal Enforcement of Judgments Act;

     (mmm)     Reciprocal Enforcement of Maintenance Orders Act;

     (nnn)     Regulations Act;

     (ooo)     The Revised Statutes 1980 Act;

     (ppp)     Road Building Machinery Equipment Act;

     (qqq)     Sale of Goods Act;

     (rrr)     Statute Revision Act; 

     (sss)     Surrogate Court Act;

     (ttt)     Survival of Actions Act;

     (uuu)     Survivorship Act;

     (vvv)     Tort-Feasors Act;

     (www)     Trespass to Premises Act;

     (xxx)     Trustee Act;

     (yyy)     Ultimate Heir Act;

     (zzz)     Unconscionable Transactions Act;

     (aaaa)    Warehouse Receipts Act;

     (bbbb)    Wills Act;

     (cccc)    Young Offenders Act.

(2)  The responsibility for sections 1(2) and 2(e) of Schedule 9 of the
Government Organization Act is transferred to the common responsibility of
the Minister of Justice and Attorney General and the Solicitor General.

(3)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister in the Justice Grants
Regulation (AR 33/97) are transferred to the common responsibility of the
Minister of Justice and Attorney General and the Solicitor General. 


Learning
18(1)  The Minister of Learning continues to be designated as the Minister
responsible for the following enactments:

     (a)  Advanced Education Foundations Act;

     (b)  Alberta Heritage Scholarship Act;

     (c)  Alberta School Boards Association Act;

     (d)  Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act;

     (e)  Banff Centre Act, except sections 10(2), 11(3), 12 and 17.1;

     (f)  Colleges Act, except sections 12(4), 17, 17.1, 34, 35, 38.1, 40
and 41;

     (g)  Schedule 1, except section 3, and Schedule 4 of the Government
Organization Act;

     (h)  Northland School Division Act;

     (i)  Private Vocational Schools Act;

     (j)  Remembrance Day Act;

     (k)  School Act, except Part 7 and section 237;

     (l)  Student Loan Act;

     (m)  Students Finance Act;

     (n)  Teachers' Pension Plans Act;

     (o)  Teaching Profession Act;

     (p)  Technical Institutes Act, except sections 10(3), 16, 20, 21(2),
22 and 27.1;

     (q)  Universities Act, except sections 20(3), 28, 29(3), 30, 52(4)
and (5), 66 and 68.

(2)  The Minister of Learning and the Minister of Infrastructure continue
to be designated as the Ministers given common responsibility for the
following enactments: 

     (a)  Part 7 and section 237 of the School Act;

     (b)  sections 10(2), 11(3), 12 and 17.1 of the Banff Centre Act;

     (c)  sections 17, 17.1, 34, 35, 38.1, 40 and 41 of the Colleges Act;

     (d)  section 3 of Schedule 1 of the Government Organization Act;

     (e)  sections 16, 20, 21(2), 22 and 27.1 of the Technical Institutes
Act;

     (f)  sections 28, 29(3), 30, 66 and 68 of the Universities Act.

(3)  The Minister of Learning and the Minister of Economic Development
continue to be designated as the Ministers given common responsibility for
section 1 of Schedule 3 of the Government Organization Act. 

(4)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister in the Advanced
Education and Career Development Grants Regulation (AR 202/96) are
transferred to the Minister of Learning, except that the powers, duties and
functions of the Minister in sections 2(a), 3, 4 and 5 of that Regulation
are transferred to the common responsibility of the Minister of Learning
and the Minister of Infrastructure.


Municipal Affairs
19(1)  The Minister of Municipal Affairs continues to be designated as the
Minister responsible for the following enactments:

     (a)  The Calgary-Canadian Pacific Transit Agreement Act;

     (b)  Disaster Services Act;

     (c)  The Edmonton-Meadowview Agreement Act;

     (d)  Schedule 10 of the Government Organization Act, except sections
2, 3, 4, 9, and 10;

     (e)  Lloydminster Municipal Amalgamation Act;

     (f)  Local Authorities Election Act;

     (g)  Municipal Government Act;

     (h)  Parks Towns Act;

     (i)  Safety Codes Act;

     (j)  Special Areas Act.

(2)  The responsibility for sections 14 to 18 and 19(a) and (d) of the
Public Highways Development Act and section 14(1)(b) of the Highway Traffic
Act is transferred to the common responsibility of the Minister of
Municipal Affairs and the Minister of Transportation.

(3)  The Minister of Municipal Affairs and the Minister of Human Resources
and Employment continue to be designated as the Ministers given common
responsibility for sections 2, 3, 4, 9 and 10 of Schedule 10 of the
Government Organization Act.


Revenue
20(1)  The responsibility for the following enactments is transferred to
the Minister of Revenue:

     (a)  Alberta Corporate Tax Act, except section 26.41;

     (b)  Alberta Income Tax Act;

     (c)  Alberta Personal Income Tax Act;

     (d)  Fuel Tax Act, except sections 8(4), (6) and (7), 25(c), 29(2),
31, 32.1 and 39(1)(e.2) and (v);

     (e)  Hotel Room Tax Act;

     (f)  Tobacco Tax Act.

(2)  The responsibility for sections 8(4), (6) and (7), 25(c), 29(2), 31,
32.1 and 39(1)(e.2) and (v) of the Fuel Tax Act is transferred to the
common responsibility of the Minister of Revenue and the Minister of
Agriculture, Food and Rural Development. 

(3)  The responsibility for section 26.41 of the Alberta Corporate Tax Act
is transferred to the common responsibility of the Minister of Revenue and
the Minister of Energy.

(4)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended balance of
the operating expense and capital investment supply vote of the 2000-01
Government appropriation for Treasury, except elements 3.0.1 and 3.0.2 of
Program 3 and the Debt Servicing Costs-Voted Program, is transferred to the
Minister of Revenue.


Seniors
21(1)  The responsibility for the following enactments is transferred to
the Minister of Seniors:

     (a)  Alberta Housing Act;

     (b)  section 1 of Schedule 11 of the Government Organization Act; 

     (c)  Seniors Advisory Council for Alberta Act;

     (d)  Seniors Benefit Act. 

(2)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister in sections 1 to 9
and Schedule 2 of the Municipal Affairs Grants Regulation (AR 123/2000) are
transferred to the common responsibility of the Minister of Municipal
Affairs and the Minister of Seniors.

(3)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended balances
of Programs 4 and 5 of the operating expense and capital investment supply
vote of the 2000-01 Government appropriation for Community Development is
transferred to the Minister of Seniors.

(4)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended balance of
element 1.0.2 of Program 1 of the operating expense and capital investment
supply vote of the 2000-01 Government appropriation for Health and Wellness
is transferred to the Minister of Seniors.


Solicitor General
22(1)  The responsibility for the following enactments is transferred to
the Solicitor General: 

     (a)  Corrections Act;

     (b)  section 1(1)(b) of Schedule 9 of the Government Organization
Act; 

     (c)  Private Investigators and Security Guards Act;

     (d)  Police Act;

     (e)  Victims of Crime Act.

(2)   The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended balances
of Programs 7 and 8 of the operating expense and capital investment supply
vote of the 2000-01 Government appropriation for Justice is transferred to
the Solicitor General.


Sustainable Resource Development
23(1)  The responsibility for the following enactments is transferred to
the Minister of Sustainable Resource Development:

     (a)  Boundary Surveys Act;

     (b)  sections 25 to 28 and 72 of the Expropriation Act;

     (c)  Fisheries (Alberta) Act;

     (d)  Forest Development Research Trust Fund Act;

     (e)  Forest and Prairie Protection Act;

     (f)  Forest Reserves Act;

     (g)  Forests Act;

     (h)  Public Lands Act;

     (i)  Surface Rights Act;

     (j)  Surveys Act, except section 5(1)(d) and (2)(b);

     (k)  Wildlife Act.

(2)  The responsibility for section 5(1)(d) and (2)(b) of the Surveys Act
is transferred to the common responsibility of the Minister of Government
Services and the Minister of Sustainable Resource Development.

(3)  The responsibility for the Natural Resources Conservation Board Act is
transferred to the common responsibility of the Minister of Sustainable
Resource Development and the Minister of Environment.

(4)  The responsibility for sections 28 to 32 of the Environmental
Protection and Enhancement Act is transferred to the common responsibility
of the Minister of Sustainable Resource Development and the Minister of
Environment.

(5)  The responsibility for section 35(d) to (f.4) of the Environmental
Protection and Enhancement Act is transferred to the common responsibility
of the Minister of Community Development, the Minister of Environment and
the Minister of Sustainable Resource Development.

(6)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister in the Environment
Grant Regulation (AR 182/2000) are transferred to the common responsibility
of the Minister of Environment and the Minister of Sustainable Resource
Development.

(7)   The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended balances
of element 1.0.5 of Program 1 and sub-program 4.2 of Program 4 of the
operating expense and capital investment supply vote of the 2000-01
Government appropriation for Agriculture, Food and Rural Development is
transferred to the Minister of Sustainable Resource Development.

(8)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended balances
of elements 2.0.11, 2.0.13, 2.0.14 and 2.0.15 of Program 2, Program 3,
elements 4.0.6, 4.0.8, 4.0.9, 4.0.10 of Program 4, elements 5.0.6, 5.0.8,
5.0.9, 5.0.10 of Program 5, elements 6.0.6, 6.0.8, 6.0.9, 6.0.10 of Program
6, elements 7.0.6, 7.0.8, 7.0.9, 7.0.10 of Program 7, elements 8.0.6,
8.0.8, 8.0.9, 8.0.10 of Program 8, elements 9.0.6, 9.0.8, 9.0.9, 9.0.10 of
Program 9 and element 10.2.1 of Program 10 of the operating expense and
capital investment supply vote of the 2000-01 Government appropriation for
Environment is transferred to the Minister of Sustainable Resource
Development.

(9)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended balances
of element 1.0.2 of Program 1 and element 2.3.4 of Program 2 of the
operating expense and capital investment supply vote of the 2000-01
Government appropriation for Resource Development is transferred to the
Minister of Sustainable Resource Development.


Transportation
24(1)  The responsibility for the following enactments is transferred to
the Minister of Transportation:

     (a)  City Transportation Act;

     (b)  Dangerous Goods Transportation and Handling Act;

     (c)  Schedule 14 of the Government Organization Act;

     (d)  Highway Traffic Act, except section 14(1)(b);

     (e)  Motor Transport Act, except section 15;

     (f)  Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Act, except sections 3 and 4;

     (g)  Motor Vehicle Administration Act;

     (h)  Off-highway Vehicle Act;

     (i)  Public Highways Development Act, except sections 14 to 18 and
19(a) and (d);

     (j)  Traffic Safety Act.

(2)  The responsibility for section 15 of the Motor Transport Act is
transferred to the common responsibility of the Minister of Transportation
and the Minister of Government Services.

(3)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister in sections 1 to 8
and Schedules 1 to 6 and 9 of the Transportation and Utilities Grants
Regulation (AR 355/86) are transferred to the common responsibility of the
Minister of Infrastructure and the Minister of  Transportation.

(4)   The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended balances
of sub-programs 2.1, 2.2 and 2.3 and of element 2.4.3 of Program 2 of the
operating expense and capital investment supply vote of the 2000-01
Government appropriation for Infrastructure is transferred to the Minister
of Transportation.


Repeal
25(1)  The Designation and Transfer of Responsibility Regulation (AR
127/99) is repealed. 

(2)  Sections 17(1)(sss) and 23(1)(d) are repealed on April 1, 2001.


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     Alberta Regulation 45/2001

     Oil and Gas Conservation Act

     ORPHAN FUND DELEGATED ADMINISTRATION REGULATION

     Filed:  March 19, 2001

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 117/2001) on March 19,
2001 pursuant to section 66 of the Oil and Gas Conservation Act.


     Table of Contents

Definitions    1
Establishment of delegated authority    2
Delegation     3
Agreements     4
Powers and duties re funds    5
Business plan and reporting   6
Transfer of funds to Association   7
By-laws   8
Limitation of liability  9
Transitional   10
Expiry    11


Definitions
1   In this Regulation,

     (a)  "Act" means the Oil and Gas Conservation Act;

     (b)  "Association" means the Alberta Oil and Gas Orphan Abandonment
and Reclamation Association;

     (c)  "Board" means the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board;

     (d)  "facility" has the same meaning as set out in section 57(d) of
the Act;

     (e)  "facility site" has the same meaning as set out in section
57(e) of the Act;

     (f)  "Minister" means the Minister of Energy;

     (g)  "orphan fund" means the orphan fund continued under section
58(1) of the Act;

     (h)  "well site" has the same meaning as set out in section 57(h) of
the Act.


Establishment of delegated authority
2   The Alberta Oil and Gas Orphan Abandonment and Reclamation Association
incorporated under the Societies Act is hereby designated as a delegated
authority for the purposes of Part 11.1 of the Act.


Delegation
3(1)  The following powers, duties and functions of the Board are delegated
to the Association:

     (a)  all of the powers, duties and functions of the Board for the
purpose of administering the payment of money for the purposes set out in
section 59(1) of the Act;

     (b)  the powers, duties and functions of the Board under sections
20.3(b), 93 and 94(1)(b) and (2)(b) of the Act, subject to the following
terms and conditions:

               (i)  the Association shall only act under section
20.3(b) in accordance with the overriding direction and authorization of
the Board;

               (ii) the powers, duties and functions of the Board in
section 93(1) may be exercised and carried out by the Association only in
relation to suspension and abandonment operations in respect of orphan
wells, facilities, facility sites and well sites;

               (iii)     where the Association receives money on a sale or
disposal under section 93(1), it shall apply the money to the payment of
the suspension and abandonment costs it has incurred, and shall pay any
amount remaining to the Board to be dealt with under section 93(3);

               (iv) the powers, duties and functions of the Board in
section 94(1)(b) may be exercised and carried out only in relation to
suspension and abandonment operations in respect of orphan wells,
facilities, facility sites and well sites;

               (v)  where the Association receives money on the
disposition of an escaped substance under section 94(2)(b), it shall, after
applying the proceeds to pay its costs and expenses, pay any amount
remaining to the Board.

(2)  In exercising and carrying out the powers, duties and functions
delegated to it under subsection (1), the Association shall act in
accordance with

     (a)  the Act and regulations and any other applicable law,

     (b)  applicable requirements, guidelines, directions and orders of
the Board, and

     (c)  generally accepted engineering and operating practices.


Agreements
4   The Association may enter into agreements with the Board, the Crown or
any person for any reason related to exercising and carrying out its
delegated powers, duties and functions.


Powers and duties re funds
5(1)  The Association may

     (a)  collect money paid pursuant to agreements referred to in
section 4;

     (b)  charge fees for services provided by the Association in
exercising and carrying out its delegated powers, duties and functions;

     (c)  receive gifts, donations, grants and bequests made to the
Association.

(2)  Investment income earned on money and gifts collected by the
Association accrues to and forms part of the funds of the Association.

(3)  The Association may only use the funds collected by or paid to the
Association under this Regulation to exercise and carry out its delegated
powers, duties and functions.

(4)  Salaries, fees, costs and liabilities incurred in the administration
of the Association and the exercising and carrying out of its delegated
powers, duties and functions under this Regulation are to be paid out of
the funds collected by or paid to the Association under this Regulation.


Business plan and reporting
6(1)  The Association shall

     (a)  not less than 90 days before the start of each fiscal year,
commencing with the 2002-03 fiscal year, provide to the Board a business
plan that

               (i)  indicates the Association's goals, strategies and
performance measures, and

               (ii) contains a budget for each of the upcoming 3 fiscal
years,

     (b)  not more than 6 months after the end of each fiscal year,
commencing with the 2001-02 fiscal year, provide to the Board an annual
report summarizing the activities of the Association and containing the
audited financial statements of the Association for the fiscal year, and

     (c)  provide records and information, audits, reviews or reports
prepared for or by the Association to the Board on request.

(2)  The Association shall, not later than 90 days after the coming into
force of this Regulation, provide to the Board a business plan that
contains the information referred to in subsection (1)(a) and relates to
the 2001-02, 2002-03 and 2003-04 fiscal years.

(3)  The remuneration and benefits that were paid or provided to the
following persons during the fiscal year must be reported in the financial
statements or as a note or schedule to the financial statements:

     (a)  all members of the board of directors of the Association;

     (b)  all management personnel of the Association who report directly
to one or more of the members of the board of directors.

(4)  The remuneration and benefits must be reported

     (a)  on an individual basis by name in the case of persons referred
to in subsection (3)(a), and

     (b)  on an aggregate basis in the case of the persons referred to in
subsection (3)(b).

(5)  The Board is authorized to disclose personal information reported
under this section, and this section constitutes an authorization for the
purposes of section 38(1)(e) of the Freedom of Information and Protection
of Privacy Act.


Transfer of funds to Association
7(1)  As soon as possible after the coming into force of this Regulation,
the Board shall, on application by the Association, pay to the Association
the net assets held by the Board to the account of the orphan fund.

(2)  On application by the Association, the Board shall make ongoing
payments from the orphan fund to the Association to enable it to exercise
and carry out its delegated powers, duties and functions under this
Regulation.

(3)  The amounts and frequency of the ongoing payments must be based on the
Association's needs as set out in its most recent business plan, and the
Board shall at the end of each fiscal year pay to the Association the net
assets then in the orphan fund.

(4)  An application under this section must be in a form acceptable to and
contain the information required by the Board.

(5)  The Board may, with respect to payments from the orphan fund under
this section,

     (a)  enter into agreements with the Association, and

     (b)  make the payments subject to any terms and conditions the Board
considers appropriate including, without limitation, terms and conditions
under which all or part of the money must be repaid to the Board.


By-laws
8   The Association may make by-laws generally respecting the exercising
and carrying out of its delegated powers, duties and functions under this
Regulation.


Limitation of liability
9(1)  No action or proceeding lies against the Association or any of its
past or present directors, officers, employees or agents in respect of any
act or thing done, purported to be done or not done by any of them in good
faith while carrying out their powers, duties and functions under this
Regulation.

(2)  The Association and its directors, officers, employees and agents are
not liable for any damage caused by any information, advice or
recommendation given or made to the Board.


Transitional
10   Notwithstanding sections 1(b) and 7(1), if on the coming into force of
this Regulation the Association has not yet been incorporated under the
Societies Act, the following applies:

     (a)  the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (referred to in
this section as CAPP) is designated as the delegated authority for the
purposes of Part 11.1 of the Act;

     (b)  CAPP may make the application referred to in section 7(1) and
the Board shall, on application, pay the amount referred to in section 7(1)
to CAPP;

     (c)  CAPP shall hold the money referred to in section 7(1) in trust
in an account separate from its other funds until the Association is
incorporated under the Societies Act, at which time CAPP shall transfer the
money, together with any money earned from investing that money, to the
Association;

     (d)  CAPP may invest the money referred to in section 7(1) in any
investment in which a trustee may invest under the Trustee Act;

     (e)  on the completion of the transfer referred to in clause (c),
CAPP ceases to be designated as the delegated authority.


Expiry
11   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 April 1, 2006.


     Alberta Regulation 46/2001

     Motor Transport Act

     PUBLIC VEHICLE DIMENSION AND WEIGHT AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  March 28, 2001

Made by the Alberta Motor Transport Board (No. 14/01) on March 21, 2001
pursuant to section 35 of the Motor Transport Act.


1   The Public Vehicle Dimension and Weight Regulation (AR 127/98) is
amended by this Regulation.


2   Section 5 is amended by repealing clause (b) and substituting the
following:

     (b)  a non-load bearing device used for one or more of the following
purposes:

               (i)  securing any load on a vehicle;

               (ii) containing any load on a vehicle;

               (iii)     covering any load on a vehicle

          is not included in determining the width of the vehicle, unless
the device protrudes more than 10 centimetres beyond the widest part of the
vehicle or its load.


3   Section 9(1) is amended

     (a)  in clause (f) by repealing subclause (i) and substituting the
following:

               (i)  with 12 or more tires on a primary highway or
secondary road, the gross weight on the axle group

                         (A)  exceeds 24 000 kilograms, if the axle
spread is 3.0 metres or more, but not more than 3.7 metres;

                         (B)  exceeds 21 000 kilograms, if the axle
spread is 2.4 metres or more, but less than 3.0 metres;

     (b)  in clause (k)(iv) by striking out "62 500 kilograms" and
substituting "63 500 kilograms".


4   The Public Vehicle Weight Regulation (AR 230/88) is repealed.


5   This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 2001.


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     Alberta Regulation 47/2001

     Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act

     OUTDOOR POWER EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN
     TRADE REGULATION

     Filed:  March 28, 2001

Made by the Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training Board on March 9,
2001 pursuant to section 33(2) of the Apprenticeship and Industry Training
Act and approved by the Minister of Learning on March 23, 2001.


     Table of Contents

Definitions    1

     Part 1
     General Matters Respecting the Trade

Constitution of the trade     2
Tasks, activities and functions    3
Supervision of apprentices, etc.   4

     Part 2
     Marine Equipment Branch of the Trade

Definition     5
Undertakings constituting the branch    6
Tasks, activities and functions    7
Term of the apprenticeship program 8

     Part 3
     Power Equipment Branch of the Trade

Definition     9
Undertakings constituting the branch    10
Tasks, activities and functions    11
Term of the apprenticeship program 12

     Part 4
     Recreational Equipment Branch of the Trade

Definition     13
Undertakings constituting the branch    14
Tasks, activities and functions    15
Term of the apprenticeship program 16

     Part 5
     Turf Equipment Branch of the Trade

Definition     17
Undertakings constituting the branch    18
Tasks, activities and functions    19
Term of the apprenticeship program 20

     Part 6
     Expiry and Coming into Force

Expiry    21
Coming into force   22


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 Regulation (AR 258/2000);

     (c)  "marine equipment" means marine equipment as defined in Part 2;

     (d)  "power equipment" means power equipment as defined in Part 3;

     (e)  "recreational equipment" means recreational equipment as
defined in Part 4;

     (f)  "technical training" means technical training as defined in the
Apprenticeship Program Regulation (AR 258/2000);

     (g)  "trade" means the trade of outdoor power equipment technician
that is designated as an optional certification trade pursuant to the
Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act;

     (h)  "turf equipment" means turf equipment as defined in Part 5;

     (i)  "uncertified journeyman" means an uncertified journeyman as
defined in the Apprenticeship Program Regulation (AR 258/2000).


     PART 1

     GENERAL MATTERS RESPECTING THE TRADE

Constitution of the trade
2(1)  The undertakings set out in sections 6, 10, 14 and 18 constitute the
trade.

(2)  The trade is made up of the following:

     (a)  the marine equipment branch of the trade;

     (b)  the power equipment branch of the trade;

     (c)  the recreational equipment branch of the trade;

     (d)  the turf equipment branch of the trade.


Tasks, activities and functions
3   When practising or otherwise carrying out work in the trade, the tasks,
activities and functions set out in sections 7, 11, 15 and 19 come within
the trade.


Supervision of apprentices, etc.
4(1)  Where, in respect of a branch in the trade, a person is a certified
journeyman or an uncertified journeyman and is to provide supervision to an
apprentice, that journeyman is eligible to supervise that apprentice only

     (a)  in respect of the undertakings that constitute that branch, and

     (b)  in respect of tasks, activities and functions that come within
that branch,

for which that person is a certified journeyman or an uncertified
journeyman.

(2)  Where a person is an apprentice in an apprenticeship program in a
branch in the trade and is employed in respect of another branch in the
trade, that apprentice is eligible to carry out work only

     (a)  in respect of the undertakings that constitute that branch, and

     (b)  in respect of tasks, activities and functions that come within
that branch,

for which that person is an apprentice.


     PART 2

     MARINE EQUIPMENT BRANCH OF THE TRADE

Definition
5   In this Part, "marine equipment" means equipment, other than equipment
that is defined in sections 9, 13 and 17, that in the trade is commonly
known as marine equipment and includes

     (a)  boats and trailers;

     (b)  jet drives in boats and personal water craft;

     (c)  outboard motors; 

     (d)  inboard-outboard engines;

     (e)  stern drives.


Undertakings constituting the branch
6   The undertakings that constitute the marine equipment branch of the
trade are the repair, service and maintenance of marine equipment.


Tasks, activities and functions
7   When practising or otherwise carrying out work in the marine equipment
branch of the trade, the following tasks, activities and functions come
within that branch of the trade:

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

     (b)  retrieving and inputting applicable information using various
media including service related computer software programs;

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

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

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

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

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

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

               (i)  inspecting and testing

                         (A)  engines and engine components and
engine systems, 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;

     (i)  with respect to stern drives, lower units, inboard and jet
drive motors,

               (i)  inspecting, testing and adjusting

                         (A)  clutches;

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

                         (C)  manual transmissions;

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

                         (E)  transfer drives;

                         (F)  drive shafts, u-joints, belts and other
drive lines;

                         (G)  lower units, stern drives, jet drives
and inboard motors;

               (ii) diagnosing malfunctions and irregular operation and
performance;

               (iii)     removing and installing

                         (A)  complete components;

                         (B)  complete transmissions;

                         (C)  complete drive systems;

                         (D)  complete assemblies;

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

                         (A)  assemblies and their parts;

                         (B)  drive system parts and components;

                         (C)  drive system control systems and
components;

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

     (j)  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;

     (k)  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;

     (l)  with respect to steering, suspension systems, manual steering
and hydraulic steering and wheel rims,

               (i)  inspecting, testing and adjusting

                         (A)  manual steering systems;

                         (B)  hydraulic steering;

               (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.


Term of the apprenticeship program
8(1)  Subject to credit for previous training or experience being granted
pursuant to an order of the Board, the term of an apprenticeship program
for the marine equipment branch of the trade is 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 1000 hours of on the job training and successfully
complete the technical training that is required or approved by the Board.

(3)  In the 2nd period of the apprenticeship program an apprentice must
acquire not less than 1000 hours of on the job training and successfully
complete the technical training that is required or approved by the Board.

(4)  In the 3rd period of the apprenticeship program an apprentice must
acquire not less than 1000 hours of on the job training and successfully
complete the technical training that is required or approved by the Board.

(5)  In the 4th period of the apprenticeship program an apprentice must
acquire not less than 1000 hours of on the job training.


     PART 3

     POWER EQUIPMENT BRANCH OF THE TRADE

Definition
9   In this Part, "power equipment" means equipment, other than equipment
that is defined in sections 5, 13 and 17, that in the trade is commonly
known as outdoor power equipment and includes

     (a)  aerators;

     (b)  air compressors;

     (c)  chippers and shredders;

     (d)  compaction equipment;

     (e)  generators;

     (f)  lawn and garden tractors;

     (g)  lift equipment;

     (h)  pressure washers;

     (i)  pumps;

     (j)  mowers;

     (k)  chain saws;

     (l)  seeders;

     (m)  sprayers;

     (n)  tillers;

     (o)  trimmers;

     (p)  snow removal equipment.


Undertakings constituting the branch
10   The undertakings that constitute the power equipment branch of the
trade are the repair, service and maintenance of power equipment.


Tasks, activities and functions
11   When practising or otherwise carrying out work in the power equipment
branch of the trade, the following tasks, activities and functions come
within that branch of the trade:

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

     (b)  retrieving and inputting applicable information using various
media including service related computer software programs;

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

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

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

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

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

     (h)  servicing, repairing and maintaining cutting systems and
components;

     (i)  with respect to internal combustion 2- and 4-cycle engines that
use gasoline, diesel 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)  variable speed transmissions, high-low
speed units, reverse units and hydrostatic 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 and replacing parts
and components;

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

     (n)  with respect to steering, brakes and suspension systems, 

               (i)  inspecting, testing and adjusting

                         (A)  manual steering systems;

                         (B)  manual braking systems and brake
foundation assemblies;

                         (C)  hydraulic steering and braking systems; 

                         (D)  electrical braking systems;

                         (E)  suspension 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, 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 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, operations, 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.


Term of the apprenticeship program
12(1)  Subject to credit for previous training or experience being granted
pursuant to an order of the Board, the term of an apprenticeship program
for the power equipment branch of the trade consists 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 1000 hours of on the job training and successfully
complete the technical training that is required or approved by the Board.

(3)  In the 2nd period of the apprenticeship program an apprentice must
acquire not less than 1000 hours of on the job training and successfully
complete the technical training that is required or approved by the Board.

(4)  In the 3rd period of the apprenticeship program an apprentice must
acquire not less than 1000 hours of on the job training and successfully
complete the technical training that is required or approved by the Board.

(5)  In the 4th period of the apprenticeship program an apprentice must
acquire not less than 1000 hours of on the job training.


     PART 4

     RECREATIONAL EQUIPMENT BRANCH
     OF THE TRADE

Definition
13   In this Part, "recreational equipment" means

     (a)  vehicles that in the trade are commonly known as snowmobiles;

     (b)  vehicles that in the trade are commonly known as outdoor
recreational multi-wheeled utility vehicles

               (i)  that are not required to be licensed under the
Motor Vehicle Administration Act or the Traffic Safety Act unless they are
operated on a highway, or 

               (ii) that weigh not less than 1000 pounds (.454 tonnes),

          but does not include any vehicle or equipment that is defined
in section 9 or 17 of this Regulation or section 5, 11, 17 or 23 of the
Heavy Equipment Technician Trade Regulation (AR 282/2000) or a motorcycle
as defined in the Motorcycle Mechanic Trade Regulation (AR 291/2000).


Undertakings constituting the branch
14   The undertakings that constitute the recreational equipment branch of
the trade are the repair, service and maintenance of recreational
equipment.


Tasks, activities and functions
15   When practising or otherwise carrying out work in the recreational
equipment branch of the trade, the following tasks, activities and
functions come within that branch of the trade:

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

     (b)  retrieving and inputting applicable information using various
media including service related computer software programs;

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

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

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

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

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

     (h)  with respect to internal combustion 2- and 4-cycle engines that
use gasoline, diesel 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;

     (i)  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;

     (j)  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;

     (k)  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;

     (l)  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;

     (m)  with respect to steering, brakes and suspension systems,
inspecting, testing and adjusting

               (i)  manual steering systems;

               (ii) manual braking systems and brake foundation
assemblies;

               (iii)     hydraulic steering and braking systems;

               (iv) electrical braking systems;

               (v)  suspension systems;

     (n)  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 heating systems;

               (vi) diagnosing and isolating problems and determining
causes;

               (vii)     replacing components and making repairs;

     (o)  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;

     (p)  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.


Term of the apprenticeship program
16(1)  Subject to credit for previous training or experience being granted
pursuant to an order of the Board, the term of an apprenticeship program
for the recreational equipment branch of the trade is 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 1000 hours of on the job training and successfully
complete the technical training that is required or approved by the Board.

(3)  In the 2nd period of the apprenticeship program an apprentice must
acquire not less than 1000 hours of on the job training and successfully
complete the technical training that is required or approved by the Board.

(4)  In the 3rd period of the apprenticeship program an apprentice must
acquire not less than 1000 hours of on the job training and successfully
complete the technical training that is required or approved by the Board.

(5)  In the 4th period of the apprenticeship program an apprentice must
acquire not less than 1000 hours of on the job training.


     PART 5

     TURF EQUIPMENT BRANCH OF THE TRADE

Definition
17   In this Part, "turf equipment" means power equipment specifically
designed for use on golf courses and other forms of turf and includes

     (a)  aerators;

     (b)  fairway mowers;

     (c)  greens mowers;

     (d)  golf carts;

     (e)  seeders;

     (f)  sprayers;

     (g)  utility vehicles.


Undertakings constituting the branch
18   The undertakings that constitute the turf equipment branch of the
trade are the repair, service and maintenance of turf equipment.


Tasks, activities and functions
19   When practising or otherwise carrying out work in the turf equipment
branch of the trade, the following tasks, activities and functions come
within that branch of the trade:

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

     (b)  retrieving and inputting applicable information using various
media including service related computer software programs;

     (c)  the repair, maintenance and visual inspection of unlicensed,
off-road trailers, with respect to leaks, 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 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)  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;

                         (E)  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 on unlicensed,
off-road trailers, 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) 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;

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

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

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

                         (C)  loose fasteners.


Term of the apprenticeship program
20(1)  Subject to credit for previous training or experience being granted
pursuant to an order of the Board, the term of an apprenticeship program
for the turf equipment branch of the trade is 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 1000 hours of on the job training and successfully
complete the technical training that is required or approved by the Board.

(3)  In the 2nd period of the apprenticeship program an apprentice must
acquire not less than 1000 hours of on the job training and successfully
complete the technical training that is required or approved by the Board.

(4)  In the 3rd period of the apprenticeship program an apprentice must
acquire not less than 1000 hours of on the job training and successfully
complete the technical training that is required or approved by the Board.

(5)  In the 4th period of the apprenticeship program an apprentice must
acquire not less than 1000 hours of on the job training.


     PART 6

     EXPIRY AND COMING INTO FORCE

Expiry
21   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 March 31, 2004.


Coming into force
22   This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 2001.


     Alberta Regulation 48/2001

     Marketing of Agricultural Products Act

     ALBERTA VEGETABLE GROWERS (PROCESSING) PRODUCTION
     AND MARKETING AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  March 28, 2001

Made by the Alberta Vegetable Growers (Processing) Board on March 1, 2001
pursuant to sections 26 and 27 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products
Act.


1  The Alberta Vegetable Growers (Processing) Production and Marketing
Regulation (AR 283/97) is amended by this Regulation.


2  Section 21(1) is amended by striking out "1%" and substituting "1.25%".


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     Alberta Regulation 49/2001

     Cancer Programs Act

     CANCER PROGRAMS AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  March 29, 2001

Made by the Minister of Health and Wellness (M.O. 62/2001) on March 27,
2001 pursuant to sections 17 and 20.9 of the Cancer Programs Act.


1   The Cancer Programs Regulation (AR 242/98) is amended by this
Regulation.


2   The Schedule is repealed and the following is substituted:

     SCHEDULE


Drug
Group
Dosage Form
Criteria


13 Cis-RETINOIC ACID
     2
capsules
Pediatrics
  restricted to the treatment of advanced stage neuroblastoma following
POG/CCG Protocols
  prescribing limited to written authorization by physicians recommended by
the pediatric tumour program


ALL-TRANS RETINOIC ACID
     2
capsules
 restricted to treatment of acute promyelocytic leukemia
 prescribing limited to written authorization by physicians recommended by
the hematology/lymphoma tumour program or the pediatric tumour program


ALTRETAMINE
     2
capsules
 restricted to treatment of 2nd line ovarian cancer
 prescribing limited to written authorization by physicians recommended by
the gynecology tumour program


AMSACRINE
     2
injectable



ANAGRELIDE
     1
capsules
 for thrombocytosis due to myeloproliferative disorder
 prescribing limited to written authorization by physicians recommended by
the hematology/lymphoma tumour program


ANASTROZOLE
     1
tablets
 alternative first line hormonal therapy for post menopausal women with
hormone positive, metastatic breast cancer


ASPARAGINASE
     2
injectable



BCG
     1
injectable
  bladder carcinoma


BICALUTAMIDE
     1
tablets
  restricted to patients who are intolerant to Nilutamide and Flutamide


BLEOMYCIN
     1
     2
injectable
pump



BUSERELIN
     1
injectable
  prostate cancer
  Restricted to:
Stage II (T2a-T2c): Neoadjuvant use pre RT (2 months pre and during RT).
Neoadjuvant use pre radical prostatectomy (4 months pre).
Stage III (T3a-T4b): Neoadjuvant use pre RT (2 months pre and during RT).
Adjuvant use (3 years post RT).
Stage IV (N1-N3) (M1-M1c): As monotherpy in medical castration.
In total androgen blockade (medical castration and nonsteriodal
antiandrogen).
  Guidelines for LHRH use in the above stated stages include: LHRH agonists
are indicated for use in patients at risk of thromboembolic disease,
strokes (CVA), myocardial infarction and also for consideration in patients
with dyslipidemia, hypertension, diabetes mellitus or where a patient is
considered intolerant to cyproterone acetate or megestrol acetate.


BUSULFAN
     1
tablets



CAPECITABINE
     2







     2
oral







oral
 advanced or metastatic breast cancer after failure of standard therapy
including an anthracycline and taxane
 prescribing limited to written authorization by physicians recommended by
the breast tumour program
 option in first line treatment of advanced or metastatic colorectal cancer
 prescribing limited to written authorization by named physicians as
recommended by the GI tumor program


CARBOPLATIN
     1
injectable



CARMUSTINE
     1
injectable



CHLORAMBUCIL
     1
tablets



CISPLATIN
     1
injectable



CLADRIBINE
     2
injectable
 restricted to treatment of hairy cell leukemia
 Waldenstrom's macroglobulinemia
 prescribing limited to written authorization by physicians recommended by
the hematology/lymphoma tumour program



     3
injectable
POG Protocol 9720
prescribing limited to written authorization by physicians recommended by
the pediatric tumour program


CLODRONATE
     1
oral
 treatment of osteolytic bone lesions in metastatic breast cancer


CORTISONE ACETATE
     1
tablets
 use with Mitotane only


CYCLOPHOSPHAMIDE
     1
injectable, tablets



CYPROTERONE
     1
 tablets



CYTARABINE
     1
injectable



CYTARABINE LIPOSOMAL
     2
injectable
 for intrathecal management of neoplastic meningitis due to solid tumors or
lymphoma


DACARBAZINE
     1
injectable



DACTINOMYCIN
     1
injectable



DAUNORUBICIN
     1
injectable



DEXAMETHASONE
     1
injectable, tablets
  antiemetic use NOT covered


DIETHYLSTILBESTROL
     1
tablets



DIETHYLSTILBESTROL DIPHOSPHATE

     1
injectable, tablets



DOCETAXEL
     2
injectable
 treatment of metastatic breast cancer after failure of any previous
chemotherapy regimen.
 as a single agent or in combination, as an option for first line treatment
of metastatic breast cancer





 only one taxane is to be administered to any one patient
 prescribing limited to written authorization by named physicians as
recommended by the breast tumour program



     2
injectable
 second line therapy in patients with advanced or metastatic non-small cell
lung cancer having received prior platinum-based chemotherapy, good
performance status
 (ECOG 0-2), no brain metastases
 prescribing limited to written authorization by named physicians as
recommended by the lung tumor program


DOXORUBICIN
     1
injectable



DOXORUBICIN LIPOSOMAL
     2
injectable
  Kaposi's sarcoma



     2
injectable
 second and third line treatment in ovarian cancer
 prescribing limited to written authorization by named physicians as
recommended by the gynecology tumor program


EPIRUBICIN
     1
injectable
 adjuvant treatment of pre and post menopausal, node positive breast cancer
patients


ERWINIA ASPARAGINASE
     3
injectable
 restricted to use in patients hypersensitive to E. Coli asparaginase for
remission induction in acute lymphoblastic leukemia
 prescribing limited to written authorization by physicians recommended by
the pediatric tumour program
or the hematology/ lymphoma program


ESTRAMUSTINE
     1
capsules



ETOPOSIDE
     1
injectable, capsules



EXEMESTANE
     2
oral
 for hormonal treatment of advanced breast cancer in postmenopausal women
who have progressed following hormonal therapy
 prescribing limited to written authorization by named physicians as
recommended by the breast tumor program


FLUDARABINE
     2
injectable
 previously treated chronic lymphocytic leukemia
 low grade lymphoma
 Waldenstrom's macroglobulinemia
 prescribing limited to written authorization by physicians recommended by
the hematology/lymphoma tumour program


FLUOROURACIL
     1

     2
injectable, cream
pump



FLUOXYMESTERONE
     1
tablets



FLUTAMIDE
     1
tablets
  prostate cancer


GEMCITABINE
     2
injectable
Lung Cancer
 patients who have failed treatment with Vinorelbine or Paclitaxel
containing regimens or who are unable to tolerate treatment with these
agents.
 prescribing limited to written authorization by physicians recommended by
the lung tumour program



     2
injectable
Bladder Cancer
 Gemcitabine/Cisplatin as first line chemotherapy in locally
advanced/metastatic bladder cancer
 prescribing limited to written authorization by physicians recommended by
the GU tumour program



     2
injectable
Pancreas
 locally advanced or metastatic adenocarcinoma of the pancreas.
 prescribing limited to written authorization by physicians recommended by
the GI tumour program


GOSERELIN
     1
injectable
  prostate cancer
  Restricted to:
Stage II (T2a-T2c): Neoadjuvant use pre RT (2 months pre and during RT).
Neoadjuvant use pre radical prostatectomy (4 months pre).
Stage III (T3a-T4b): Neoadjuvant use pre RT (2 months pre and during RT).
Adjuvant use (3 years post RT).
Stage IV (N1-N3) (M1-M1c): As monotherpy in medical castration.
In total androgen blockade (medical castration and nonsteriodal
antiandrogen).
 Guidelines for LHRH use in the above stated stages include: LHRH agonists
are indicated for use in patients at risk of thromboembolic disease,
strokes (CVA), myocardial infarction and also for consideration in patients
with dyslipidemia, hypertension, diabetes mellitus or where a patient is
considered intolerant to cyproterone acetate or megestrol acetate.



     2
injectable
  breast cancer.  2nd line hormonal therapy for recurrent or metastatic
disease in ER positive pre-perimenopausal patients after tamoxifen failure.
 prescribing limited to written authorization by physicians recommended by
the breast tumour program


HYDROCORTISONE SODIUM SUCCINATE

     1

injectable

  intrathecal use only


HYDROXYUREA
     1
capsules



IDARUBICIN
     3
injectable
POG Protocol 9720
prescribing limited to written authorization by physicians recommended by
the pediatric tumour program


IFOSFAMIDE
     1
     2
injectable
pump



INTERFERON


  - alpha 2a or 2b

  - alpha 2b in new patients "98-99"
     1
injectable
  cladribine-resistant hairy cell leukemia

  Kaposi's sarcoma

  chronic myelogenous leukemia


INTERFERON
  alpha 2a ONLY
     1
injectable
 mycosis fungoides and sezary syndrome (cutaneous T-cell lymphomas)
 prescribing limited to written authorization by physicians recommended by
the hematology/lymphoma tumour program
 metastatic renal cell carcinoma


INTERFERON
 alpha 2b ONLY
     1





     2
injectable





injectable
 basal cell carcinoma
 adjuvant treatment of high risk melanoma
 2nd line therapy of superficial bladder cancer

 treatment of patients with malignant carcinoid and neuroendocrine
gastroenteropancreatic tumours not amenable to surgical extirpation
 prescribing limited to written authorization by physicians recommended by
the GI and endocrine tumour programs



     2
injectable
 maintenance therapy in multiple myeloma patients who have achieved
complete remission after high dose chemotherapy and autologous stem cell
transplant.
 follicular lymphoma and need for therapy as indicated by any of: mass >7
cm or 3 sites >3 cm, Bsx, splenomegaly @ umbilicus, compression syndromes
(GI, GU, orbit), effusions cytopenias, Age < 70 yo
 prescribing limited to written authorization by physicians recommended by
the hematology/lymphoma tumour program.


IRINOTECAN

*  NOTE:
Loperamide supplied by industry with this agent's use
     2










     2
injectable










injectable
Metastatic Colorectal Cancer
 first line (with 5FU and leucovorin).
 2nd line after 5FU based chemo.
 prescribing limited to written authorization by physicians recommended by
the GI tumour program.

Pediatrics
 restricted to the treatment of high risk metastatic rhabdomyosarcomas
following POG/CCG protocols
 prescribing limited to written authorization by physicians recommended by
the pediatric tumour program.


LETROZOLE
     1
tablets
 2nd line hormonal therapy for postmenopausal metastatic breast cancer
 may be given first line in those patients who are at risk of a
thromboembolic event


LEUCOVORIN CALCIUM
     1
injectable, tablets
 rescue therapy for methotrexate only
 in combination with 5FU


LEUPROLIDE
     1
injectable
  prostate cancer
  Restricted to:
Stage II (T2a-T2c): Neoadjuvant use pre RT (2 months pre and during RT).
Neoadjuvant use pre radical prostatectomy (4 months pre).
Stage III (T3a-T4b): Neoadjuvant use pre RT (2 months pre and during RT).
Adjuvant use (3 years post RT).
Stage IV (N1-N3) (M1-M1c): As monotherpy in medical castration.
In total androgen blockade (medical castration and nonsteriodal
antiandrogen).
  Guidelines for LHRH use in the above stated stages include: LHRH agonists
are indicated for use in patients at risk of thromboembolic disease,
strokes (CVA), myocardial infarction and also for consideration in patients
with dyslipidemia, hypertension, diabetes mellitus or where a patient is
considered intolerant to cyproterone acetate or megestrol acetate.


LOMUSTINE
     1
capsules



MECHLORETHAMINE
     1
injectable, topical



MEDROXYPROGESTERONE ACETATE
     1
tablets, injectable



MEGESTROL ACETATE
     1
tablets



MELPHALAN
     1
tablets



MERCAPTOPURINE
     1
tablets



MESNA
     1
injectable



METHOTREXATE
     1
injectable, tablets



MITOMYCIN
     1
injectable
NOTE:  3rd line for bladder cancer indication


MITOTANE
     1
tablets
 steroid replacement if required


MITOXANTRONE
     1
injectable



NANDROLONE DECANOATE
     1
injectable



NILUTAMIDE
     1
tablets
  prostate cancer


PACLITAXEL
     2
injectable
Ovarian Cancer
 first line treatment of ovarian cancer (irrespective of the stage of
disease or amount of residual disease), fallopian tube carcinoma, primary
peritoneal neoplasms
 prescribing limited to written authorization by physicians recommended by
the gynecology tumour program



     2
injectable
Lung Cancer
 prescribing limited to written authorization by physicians recommended by
the lung tumour program



     2
injectable
Breast Cancer
 restricted to the treatment of metastatic breast cancer when no response
to anthracycline (doxorubicin, epirubicin, or mitoxantrone) containing
regimen. Relapse within 1 year after completion of adjuvant chemotherapy
including an anthracycline. First assessment of efficacy after 2 courses
 only one taxane is to be administered to any one patient
 prescribing limited to written authorization by physicians recommended by
the breast tumour program



     2
injectable
 in combination chemotherapy for unknown primary metastatic adenocarcinoma
 prescribing limited to written authorization by named physicians as
recommended by the breast and hematology tumor programs


PAMIDRONATE
     1
injectable
 treatment of multiple myeloma


PEG ASPARAGINASE
     3
injectable
 prescribing limited to written authorization by physicians recommended by
the pediatric tumour program as per POG protocols


PREDNISOLONE SODIUM PHOSPHATE
     1
liquid
 first line agent for pediatric patients under 7 years of age
 2nd-line agent for pediatric patients 7 years and older unable to tolerate
prednisone tablets


PREDNISONE
     1
tablets



PROCARBAZINE
     1
capsules



RALTITREXED
     2
injectable
 treatment of metastatic colorectal cancer
NOTE:  Because there is a possibility that FUFA may provide slightly
superior survival, FUFA should remain the first choice for younger, fitter
patients.  Raltitrexed may be considered the treatment of choice in elderly
patients (over age 70), patients who have experienced severe mucositis with
FUFA despite one stage of dose reduction, or in patients with late relapse
after adjuvant treatment where the adjuvant 5FU based treatment was poorly
tolerated with documented reason for intolerance.
 prescribing limited to written authorization by physicians recommended by
the GI tumour program


RITAXIMAB
     2
injectable
 relapsed or refractory follicular lymphoma
 prescribing limited to written authorization by physicians recommended by
the lymphoma tumour program



     2
injectable
 in combination with CHOP for aggressive histology B-cell CD20 positive
non-hodgkin's lymphoma in patients 60 years of age or older
 prescribing limited to written authorization by named physicians as
recommended by the hematology/lymphoma tumor program


STREPTOZOCIN
     1
injectable



TAMOXIFEN
     1
tablets



TEMOZOLOMIDE
     2
oral
  first-line treatment of recurrent glioblastoma multiforme and anaplastic
astrocytoma
  prescribing limited to written authorization by physicians recommended by
the neuro oncology tumour program


TENIPOSIDE
     1
injectable



THALIDOMIDE
     3
oral
 in refractory multiple myeloma
 Special Access Program, Health Protection Branch
 prescribing limited to written authorization by named physicians as
recommended by the lymphoma tumor program


THIOGUANINE
     1
tablets



THIOTEPA
     2
injectable



TOPOTECAN
     2
injectable
Ovarian
 advanced epithelial ovarian cancer as 2nd line therapy
 prescribing limited to written authorization by physicians recommended by
the gynecology tumour program
Pediatrics
  restricted to the treatment of advanced stage neuroblastoma following
POG/CCG Protocols
 restricted to the treatment of intermediate risk rhabdomyosarcoma
following POG/CCG protocols
  prescribing limited to written authorization by physicians recommended by
the pediatric tumour program


TRASTUZUMAB
     2
injectable
Metastatic Breast
 restricted to the treatment of metastatic breast cancer, HER 2 protein
overexpression (+3), a minimum of 6 months after an anthracycline
containing regimen
 prescribing limited to written authorization by physicians recommended by
the breast tumour program


VINBLASTINE
     1
injectable



VINCRISTINE
     1
injectable



VINORELBINE
     2
injectable
Lung Cancer
 restricted to the treatment of metastatic non-small cell lung cancer with
an ECOG score of 2 or better.
 prescribing limited to written authorization by physicians recommended by
the lung tumour program



     2
injectable
Metastatic Breast
 first line therapy for elderly patients (over 65 years of age) and 2nd or
3rd line therapy for metastatic breast cancer.  Assess response after 2
cycles.
 prescribing limited to written authorization by physicians recommended by
the breast tumour program


     Alberta Regulation 50/2001

     Occupational Health and Safety Act

     MINES SAFETY AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  March 29, 2001

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 120/2001) on March 29,
2001 pursuant to section 31 of the Occupational Health and Safety Act.


1   The Mines Safety Regulation (AR 292/95) is amended by this Regulation.


2   Section 260 is amended by striking out "March 31, 2001" and
substituting "December 31, 2001".