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     Alberta Regulation 201/2001

     Agricultural Pests Act

     PEST AND NUISANCE CONTROL AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  November 5, 2001

Made by the Deputy Premier and Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural
Development (M.O. 33,2001) on October 22, 2001 pursuant to section 21 of
the Agricultural Pests Act.


1   The Pest and Nuisance Control Regulation (AR 184/2001) is amended by
this Regulation.


2   Section 14 is amended by adding the following after subsection (14):

     (15)  A person so authorized by the Minister may issue a Form 9
permit to the owner or occupant of land authorizing the use of dogs to
control coyote on that land, and such a permit is not valid for more than
30 days.

     (16)  Notwithstanding section 8, an owner or occupant of land may
control a coyote on that land by destroying, or giving prior authorization
to a resident of Alberta to destroy, the coyote with the use of dogs where

               (a)  livestock predation caused by a coyote has occurred
within the period of 30 days before the confirmation under clause (b),

               (b)  that predation has been confirmed in writing by an
inspector,

               (c)  a Form 9 permit has been issued by an inspector in
respect of that predation and is still valid and the terms and conditions
of the permit are adhered to, and

               (d)  if the destruction is to be effected by a resident
of Alberta who is not that owner or occupant, that resident has been
specifically authorized by that owner or occupant in writing on the permit
to do so.


3   Schedule 1 is amended 

     (a)  in Form 8, in the first box, by striking out "occupier" and
substituting "occupant";

     (b)  by adding the form set out in the Schedule to this Regulation
after Form 8.


4   This Regulation comes into force at the same time as the Wildlife
(Coyote Predation Control) Amendment Regulation.


     SCHEDULE

     FORM 9
     (Section 14)

     PERMIT TO DESTROY COYOTE
     USING DOGS


    
Name of land owner or occupant
Location(s) of owner or occupant's land on which coyote may be destroyed:   
 Qtr  Sec  Twp  Rge  W of


Mailing address

Postal code
Telephone





          * The permit holder is authorized to use dogs to destroy coyote
on the land described above.

          * I   (owner or occupant's name)   authorize   (name and
address of resident of Alberta)   to use dogs to destroy coyote on the land
I own and occupy as described above.

       (Signature of owner or occupant)              (Date)        

          I confirm that livestock predation caused by coyote has
occurred on the land described above within the last 30 days.

            (Signature of inspector)                  (Date of issue)   


     This permit is only valid for 30 days from the date of issue.

     * The inspector is to delete whichever paragraph is not applicable.


     Alberta Regulation 202/2001

     Wildlife Act

     WILDLIFE (COYOTE PREDATION CONTROL)
     AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  November 5, 2001

Made by the Minister of Sustainable Resource Development (M.O. 37/2001) on
November 1, 2001 pursuant to section 96 of the Wildlife Act.


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


2   Section 115 is amended by repealing subsection (2) and substituting the
following:

     (2)  Subsection (1) does not apply where the use of dogs to hunt
coyote or red fox is specifically authorized by or under the Agricultural
Pests Act.


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     Alberta Regulation 203/2001

     Safety Codes Act

     DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND INSTALLATION OF BOILERS AND
     PRESSURE VESSELS AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  November 14, 2001

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 417/2001) on November 14,
2001 pursuant to section 61 of the Safety Codes Act.


1   The Design, Construction and Installation of Boilers and Pressure
Vessels Regulations (AR 227/75) are amended by this Regulation.


2   Section 5 is amended by repealing subsection (1) and substituting the
following:

     5(1)  The following codes and standards are declared in force in
respect of pressure equipment: 

               (a)  the following provisions of CSA B51-97, Boiler,
Pressure Vessel, and Pressure Piping Code:

                         (i)  Part 1, Boiler, Pressure Vessel, and
Pressure Piping Code including Appendix I Automotive Propane Vessel
Standards;

                         (ii) Part 2, High-Pressure Cylinders for the
Onboard Storage of Natural Gas as a Fuel for Automotive Vehicles;

                         (iii)     Part 3, Requirements for CNG Refuelling
Station Pressure Piping Systems and Ground Storage Vessels;

               (b)  CSA B52-99, Mechanical Refrigeration Code;

               (c)  CSA Z662-1999, Oil and Gas Pipeline Systems;

               (d)  ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code - 2001;

               (e)  ASME B31.1 - 2001 Power Piping;

               (f)  ASME B31.3 - 1999 Process Piping;

               (g)  ASME B31.4 - 1998 Transportation Systems for
Hydrocarbons;

               (h)  ASME B31.5 - 2000 Refrigeration Piping;

               (i)  ANSI K61.1 - 1999, Safety Requirements for the
Storage and Handling of Anhydrous Ammonia;

               (j)  NFPA 58 - 1996, Liquefied Petroleum Gas Code;

               (k)  MSS SP-25 - 1998, Standard Marking System for
Valves, Fittings, Flanges and Unions;

               (l)  TEMA - 8th Edition Standards of Tubular Exchanger
Manufacturers Association.


3   The following is added after section 5:

     Disclaimer

     5.1   The codes and standards declared in force in this Regulation,
and any codes and standards referenced in the codes and standards, do not
make or imply any assurance or guarantee by the Crown with respect to the
life expectancy, durability or operating performance of equipment and
materials referenced in the codes and standards.


     Alberta Regulation 204/2001

     Social Development Act

     SOCIAL ALLOWANCE AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  November 14, 2001

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 419/2001) on November 14,
2001 pursuant to section 30 of the Social Development Act.


1   The Social Allowance Regulation (AR 213/93) is amended by this
Regulation.


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

     (e)  "employment income" includes

               (i)  the value of non-monetary benefits provided as
compensation for employment, and 

               (ii) a payment from the Government of Alberta to the
applicant or recipient that is in the nature of a fee for the provision of
care referred to in section 7(n),

          but does not include income from self-employment, other than 

               (iii)     income earned by an applicant or recipient from
providing child care services in the applicant's or recipient's residence,
and 

               (iv) income earned from a home based business by an
applicant or recipient who is assigned to the Assured Support Sub-Program; 


3   Section 2(4) is amended by adding "22, 22.1," before "25.1".


4   Section 7 is amended

     (a)  by repealing clause (s) and substituting the following:

                    (s)  net employment income determined as follows,
calculated in accordance with section 8:


                         (i)  in the case of a family unit with one
or more dependent children, the net employment income of each adult in the
family unit


$115 per month plus 25% of any amount over $115 exempt

                         (ii) in the case of a single adult or a
family unit with no dependent children, the combined net employment income
of the applicant or recipient and all adults in the family unit



$115 per month plus 25% of any amount over $115 exempt

                         (iii)     in the case of a single adult with one
or more dependent children
$230 per month plus 25% of any amount over $230 exempt



     (b)  by repealing clause (t) and substituting the following:

                    (t)  net employment income of each child in the
family unit, calculated in accordance with section 8:

                         (i)  for a child who is enrolled in an
educational program approved by the Director







100% exempt

                         (ii) for a child other than a child referred
to in subclause (i)
$350 per month plus 25% of any amount over $350 exempt



5   Section 8 is amended

     (a)  by renumbering it as section 8(1);

     (b)  in subsection (1) by striking out "by subtracting from the
person's gross income" and substituting ", other than income from
self-employment, by subtracting from the person's gross employment income";

     (c)  by adding the following after subsection (1):

     (2)  The Director shall calculate a person's net income from
self-employment by subtracting from the person's gross income from
self-employment

               (a)  any deductions required by law, and

               (b)  the reasonable cost of materials, supplies, goods
and services that are essential to the business operation.


6   The following is added after section 22:

Employment maintenance expenses
     22.1(1)  The Director may provide to an applicant or recipient who is
employed and has one or more dependent children an allowance of up to $120
in order to assist the applicant or recipient in maintaining employment.

     (2)  A person is eligible to receive up to the maximum allowance
under this section in a calendar year. 


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     Alberta Regulation 205/2001

     Corrections Act

     CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION REGULATION

     Filed:  November 14, 2001

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 422/2001) on November 14,
2001 pursuant to section 33 of the Corrections Act.


     Table of Contents

Interpretation 1

     Part 1
     General Administration

Acting in place of the Director    2
Uniforms  3
Meals     4
Use of materials, etc.   5
Investigation of complaint re employee  6
Dealing with inmates     7
Transfer of inmate  8
Classification and Selection Committee  9

     Part 2
     Inmates

Searches  10
Clothing  11
Personal articles   12
Personal health articles 13
Medical examination 14
Duties    15
Activities of physician  16
Impairment of health of inmate     17
Death of inmate     18
Mental condition of inmate    19
Communication of imprisonment 20
Persons awaiting trial, etc.  21
Visits    22
Confiscation of articles, etc.     23
Restrictions re publications  24
Searches re persons and vehicles   25
Exercise of inmate  26
Rules     27
Inmate Advisory Committee     28
Canteen   29
Inmate Welfare Trust Fund     30
Inmate telephone system  31
Employment programs 32
Change in employment programs 33
Incentive allowance 34
Incentive allowance re disciplinary unit     35
Payment for employment   36
Records   37
Use of funds   38
Inmate's funds re transfer of inmate    39
Restrictions on transfer of funds  40
Statement 41
Assistance to inmate     42

     Part 3
     Discipline of Inmates

Disciplinary Board  43
Breach of rules, etc.    44
Review of decision re discipline   45
Punishment     46
When punishment may be imposed     47
No alcohol, etc.    48
Duty of employee    49
Use of force   50
Separation of inmate re violence   51
Removal of inmate to disciplinary unit  52
Punishment Register 53
Confinement to disciplinary unit   54
Restricted diet     55
Interview with Director  56
Establishment of Board of Inquiry  57
Board of Inquiry    58
Hearings before a Board of Inquiry 59

     Part 4
     Transitional Provisions, Repeals and Expiry
     

Transitional   60
Repeal    61
Expiry    62


Interpretation
1(1)  In this Regulation, 

     (a)  "Director" means a director as defined under the Corrections
Act; 

     (b)  "disciplinary unit" means a physically separated area of an
institution designated as a disciplinary unit by the Chief Executive
Officer;

     (c)  "employee" means an employee of the Government who is employed
in an institution;

     (d)  "institution" means a correctional institution.

(2)  A reference in this Regulation

     (a)  to an institution's physician is a reference to a physician who
is employed or retained by the Government to provide medical services in
respect of inmates;

     (b)  to an institution's nurse is a reference to a nurse employed or
retained by the Government to provide medical services in respect of
inmates;

     (c)  to an institution's psychologist is a reference to a
psychologist who is employed or retained by the Government to provide
psychological services in respect of inmates.


     PART 1

     GENERAL ADMINISTRATION

Acting in place of the Director
2(1)  If the Director is absent or unable to act, the Deputy Director
(Operations) of the institution has and may exercise all the powers and
functions of the Director.

(2)  If the Director and the Deputy Director (Operations) are absent or
unable to act, an Assistant Deputy Director of the institution designated
by the Director has and may exercise all the powers and functions of the
Director.

(3)  If the office of Director is vacant, the Chief Executive Officer may
appoint a Deputy Director as acting Director and that person has and may
exercise all the powers and functions of the Director.


Uniforms
3(1)  The Chief Executive Officer may prescribe and issue uniforms to be
worn by employees or classes of employees while they are on duty and at any
other time that is authorized by the Chief Executive Officer.

(2)  Employees must keep the uniforms clean and in good repair.


Meals
4   Employees and visitors who are at an institution may purchase meals in
the institution at rates established by the Chief Executive Officer.


Use of materials, etc.
5   Employees are not to use tools, materials, supplies, vehicles,
equipment or buildings that are under the administration of the Minister
without the approval of the Chief Executive Officer.


Investigation of complaint re employee
6(1)  If, in the opinion of the Director, it is necessary to investigate a
complaint that an employee has behaved in a manner that is detrimental to
the operation of the institution, the Director may do one or both of the
following: 

     (a)  relieve the employee of the employee's duties;

     (b)  remove the employee from the institution. 

(2)  Where an investigation is conducted under subsection (1), the Director
must send to the Chief Executive Officer a notice in writing of the
investigation and the Director's actions with respect to the employee. 


Dealing with inmates
7(1)  Employees are to maintain discipline of inmates in the institution in
a firm and impartial manner.

(2)  Employees are not to use humiliating tactics or harassing techniques
with respect to inmates.

(3)  Employees are to deal with inmates in a manner designed to encourage
the self respect and personal responsibility of inmates.


Transfer of inmate
8   Where the Chief Executive Officer has authorized the transfer of an
inmate from one institution to another, the warrant under which the inmate
is being kept is sufficient authority to convey the inmate from one
institution to another.


Classification and Selection Committee
9(1)  The Classification and Selection Committee in each institution is to
consist of the following:

     (a)  the Deputy Director (Programs) of the institution, who is to be
the Chair of the Committee; 

     (b)  the Supervisor of Classification of the institution; 

     (c)  the Assistant Deputy Director (Security and Safety) of the
institution.

(2)  Where a member of the Classification and Selection Committee is unable
to act or where that member's office is vacant, the Director may appoint a
person to act in that member's place.


     PART 2

     INMATES

Searches
10(1)  An inmate may be searched on admission to an institution and at any
other times as the Director may require. 

(2)  A search may be conducted in any manner as the Director may direct.

(3)  All searches of inmates are to be carried out in a manner so as to
respect the dignity of the inmate as far as possible without interfering
with the thoroughness of the search.

(4)  An external body search of an inmate is to be made where possible by
an employee who is of the same sex as the inmate.

(5)  An internal body search is to be made by a physician in the presence
of an employee who is of the same sex as the inmate.


Clothing
11(1)  On admission to an institution, an inmate may be issued clothing of
a type authorized by the Chief Executive Officer.

(2)  The Director may order that an inmate's personal clothing be disposed
of at any time where the Director is of the opinion that the clothing is a
hazard to health or safety.

(3)  When an inmate is discharged from an institution, the inmate 

     (a)  must return to the Director any clothing issued to the inmate
by the Director, and

     (b)  is to be provided by the Director with suitable clothing in
accordance with the season of the year.

(4)  The Director is to keep records of the issue and receipt of all
clothing, including the signature of the inmate or employee receiving or
returning the clothing, as the case may be.


Personal articles
12(1)  The Director may order that an inmate's personal articles or any one
or more of them be taken from the inmate on the inmate's admission to an
institution.

(2)  The Director must keep in a safe place all the personal articles of an
inmate that the inmate is not permitted to retain while the inmate is in
custody.

(3)  Any money in the possession of an inmate on the inmate's admission to
an institution or deposited to the credit of the inmate by any person is to
be deposited in the Inmate Trust Account to the credit of that inmate.

(4)  The Director is to keep a record of all transactions relating to the
personal articles or money of an inmate, including the signature of the
inmate or employee receiving or returning the articles or money, as the
case may be.


Personal health articles
13   Every inmate on admission to an institution may be issued with those
articles as are necessary for the inmate to maintain personal health and
cleanliness.


Medical examination
14(1)  Every inmate may be medically examined by a physician or a nurse.

(2)  The medical examination may include one or more of the following:

     (a)  a dental examination;

     (b)  a mental examination;

     (c)  blood tests;

     (d)  x-rays;

     (e)  a urinalysis;

     (f)  any other examination or test not referred to in clauses (a) to
(e) that is considered necessary by the examining physician or nurse and is
approved by the Director.


Duties
15(1)  In this section, "duty" includes employment programs, training
programs, treatment programs and any other activity of an inmate designated
as a duty by the Director.

(2)  An institution's physician or nurse is to specify when an inmate may
participate in full duty, partial duty or no duty. 

(3)  An inmate for whom partial duty or no duty is specified is not to
participate in full duty until an institution's physician or nurse has
certified the inmate as being fit to do so.


Activities of physician
16   An institution's  physician

     (a)  is to report in writing to the Director where an inmate
requires special attention at any time, and

     (b)  may make recommendations with respect to

               (i)  the diet of inmates,

               (ii) the treatment of inmates, and

               (iii)     the provision of additional bedding, clothing and
other articles to inmates.


Impairment of health of inmate
17(1)  Where an institution's physician is of the opinion that

     (a)  the mental or physical health of an inmate is likely to be
materially impaired by continued imprisonment, or

     (b)  an inmate will not survive the inmate's sentence,

that physician is to report that fact in writing to the Director.

(2)  On receipt of the institution's physician's report under subsection
(1), the Director must forthwith

     (a)  forward the report and the Director's recommendation to the
Chief Executive Officer, and

     (b)  notify the nearest relative of the inmate of the situation. 

(3)  Where in the opinion of the institution's physician an inmate is
suffering from a serious mental or physical illness or requires special
medical care, the Director must inform the nearest relative and the Chief
Executive Officer of the situation. 

(4)  Where the Director has been given notice of the existence of an
inmate's relative, the requirement to notify the relative is, for the
purposes of this section, a requirement to notify the relative at the
latest address of that relative that is made known to the Director.


Death of inmate
18   On the death of an inmate, the Director is to do the following:

     (a)  immediately notify the Chief Executive Officer of the death; 

     (b)  use all reasonable means to inform the immediate relatives or
legal representatives of the deceased inmate of the death and hand over the
body for burial if it is claimed;

     (c)  if the body of the deceased is not claimed, inform the nearest
university for the purposes of section 56 of the Universities Act; 

     (d)  arrange to have the body interred at public expense, if no
claim is made for the body by the immediate relatives or legal
representatives of the deceased or by a university; 

     (e)  submit a report in writing to the Chief Executive Officer of
the particulars of the death;

     (f)  immediately notify the medical examiner of the death in
accordance with the provisions of the Fatality Inquiries Act. 


Mental condition of inmate
19(1)  The Director is to ensure that adequate observations are maintained,
in accordance with the recommendation, if any, of an institution's
physician or psychologist, on any inmate whose mental condition requires
it.

(2)  An institution's physician or psychologist may recommend to the
Director that an inmate be separated from other inmates within the
institution.


Communica-tion of imprisonment
20   An inmate is to be given the opportunity, as soon as possible, to
communicate to the inmate's relatives, legal representative and friends the
fact that the inmate is in an institution.


Persons awaiting trial, etc.
21   Persons committed for trial, remanded for trial, remanded for
sentence, awaiting the hearing of an appeal, awaiting deportation or
awaiting transfer to a federal penitentiary

     (a)  are to be kept apart from persons sentenced to a provincial
institution, when the Director is of the opinion that it is possible or
desirable, and

     (b)  are not required to work other than to clean their own living
quarters but may work if they request employment and the work assignment is
not detrimental to the security of the institution.


Visits
22(1)  Except as authorized by statute, regulation, the Minister, the
Deputy Minister or the Chief Executive Officer, no person is to visit an
institution without the consent of the Director.

(2)  The hours during which inmates may be visited are to be determined by
the Director subject to the approval of the Chief Executive Officer. 

(3)  Subject to this section, all visiting of inmates is to take place
during the hours provided for under subsection (2). 

(4)  A peace officer or government employee in making an inquiry or
investigation in the course of that person's duties as a peace officer or
government employee may, on providing proper identification, visit an
inmate outside normal visiting hours.

(5)  The legal counsel of an inmate who is a party to legal proceedings,
whether criminal or civil, or to any proceedings of an administrative
tribunal, is to be permitted to visit an inmate.

(6)  A person nominated by the inmate may visit the inmate at a time and in
a manner determined by the Chief Executive Officer.

(7)  A person who is under the age of 18 years may visit an inmate

     (a)  when that person is accompanied by a parent or guardian, or

     (b)  with the consent of the Director.

(8)  Visits to an inmate may be suspended or terminated by the Director as
a result of a breach of the regulations or rules of an institution by an
inmate or a visitor.

(9)  No person who in the opinion of an employee is under the influence of
liquor, drugs or other intoxicating substances is to visit or be permitted
to visit an inmate.


Confiscation of articles, etc. 
23(1)  The Director may confiscate any article or thing

     (a)  given or conveyed to an inmate,

     (b)  left anywhere with the intent that an inmate will get it, or

     (c)  conveyed, deposited or thrown into or out of an institution

without prior consent of the Director.

(2)  Any article or thing confiscated under subsection (1) is to be
disposed of as the Chief Executive Officer may direct.


Restrictions re publications
24   No person shall photograph, sketch or interview an inmate for the
purpose of publication without the consent in writing of the Minister or
the Chief Executive Officer.


Searches re persons and vehicles
25(1)  The Director may order the search of any person or vehicle entering
or leaving an institution and of any parcels, bags, packages and containers
that are with that person or in or on that vehicle. 

(2)  The employee in charge of an institution for the time being may remove
from the institution a person

     (a)  whose conduct is, in the opinion of the employee, detrimental
to the security of or discipline in the institution, or

     (b)  who refuses to submit to a search under subsection (1).


Exercise of inmate
26   An inmate is entitled to exercise daily in the open air, weather
permitting, when staff, space and facilities are available.


Rules
27   The Director is to establish rules governing the safety of employees
and inmates engaged in employment programs, training programs, treatment
programs and work assignments.


Inmate Advisory Committee
28(1)  The Director may establish an Inmate Advisory Committee consisting
of members elected by the inmates who reside in the various living units in
the institution.

(2)  The members of the Inmate Advisory Committee are to elect from among
their number an executive consisting of not fewer than 3 nor more than 5
members.

(3)  Through the executive of the Inmate Advisory Committee, the Inmate
Advisory Committee is to deal cooperatively with the Director with respect
to complaints and grievances and any other matter relating to the effective
and efficient operation of the institution.


Canteen
29(1)  The Director, with the consent of the Chief Executive Officer, may
establish a canteen for inmates in the institution.

(2)  Every inmate may purchase items and services at least once a week from
the canteen.


Inmate Welfare Trust Fund
30(1)  The Director is to deposit profits from the sale of items and
services from the canteen in an Inmate Welfare Trust Fund. 

(2)  Funds that are in the Inmate Welfare Trust Fund are to be used to
purchase items and services not otherwise provided for inmates.


Inmate telephone system
31(1)  The Chief Executive Officer may authorize the establishment of an
inmate telephone system in an institution for the purposes of

     (a)  providing inmates with reasonable access to a telephone, and

     (b)  ensuring the security of the institution and the protection of
the public.

(2)  If an inmate telephone system is established under subsection (1), the
Director may suspend inmate access to the inmate telephone system if, in
the Director's opinion,

     (a)  the system is being misused or abused, or

     (b)  the suspension is necessary to maintain the security of the
institution.


Employment programs
32(1)  The Chief Executive Officer may establish, organize and administer
employment programs for inmates in institutions including

     (a)  employment programs within the institution, and

     (b)  employment programs outside the institution.

(2)  The Director of an institution, subject to the approval of the Chief
Executive Officer, is to operate and manage any employment programs
established within the institution under subsection (1).

(3)  The Chief Executive Officer may designate employment programs
established under subsection (1) as accredited employment programs.


Change in employment programs
33(1)  An employment program to which an inmate is assigned may be changed
from time to time by the Director.

(2)  An inmate whose employment program is changed under subsection (1) may
make a complaint to the Director within 7 days from the day of receiving
notice of the change.

(3)  Where the Director receives a complaint under subsection (2), the
Director is to

     (a)  give the inmate an opportunity to be heard,

     (b)  review the subject-matter of the complaint, and

     (c)  notify the inmate of the Director's decision.


Incentive allowance
34(1)  An inmate engaged in an employment program designated as an
accredited employment program under section 32(3) may be paid, to a maximum
of $5 per day, an incentive allowance at a rate that is to be determined by
the inmates's immediate work supervisor on the basis of

     (a)  the work required for the position to which the inmate is
assigned, and

     (b)  the amount of work done by the inmate. 

(2)  An inmate who is not engaged in an employment program designated as an
accredited employment program may be paid an incentive allowance of $l per
day to a maximum of $5 per week.


Incentive allowance re disciplinary unit
35   An inmate who is confined to a disciplinary unit is not to receive an
incentive allowance for the period that the inmate spends in the
disciplinary unit.


Payment for employment
36(1)  Where an inmate in an institution is employed by an employer in
employment outside of the institution and earns income from that
employment, the inmate is to provide to the Director, to be credited to the
credit of the inmate, any income earned by the inmate from that employment. 

(2)  An inmate who is earning income from employment outside of the
institution, other than an incentive allowance, is to be charged for meals
and lodging in the institution at the rate of

     (a)  $30 per week, or

     (b)  $6 per day for a period of less than 5 days.

(3)  Amounts deducted under subsection (2) from the money paid to the
Director to the credit of an inmate are to be forwarded to the Minister of
Finance by the Director at the end of each month.


Records
37   All transactions with respect to inmate incentive allowances and
earnings of an inmate are to be recorded on the inmate's Inmate Trust
Account Card.


Use of funds
38   An inmate may, with the consent of the Director, use money held in
trust for the inmate in the Inmate Trust Account for the following matters:

     (a)  the payment of a fine or penalty

               (i)  incurred by the inmate, or

               (ii) incurred by the spouse, sibling, child or parent of
the inmate;

     (b)  the payment of costs of transportation for and the  subsistence
and maintenance of

               (i)  dependents of the inmate, or

               (ii) the inmate while legally absent from the
institution;

     (c)  the discharge of any financial obligations of the inmate.


Inmates funds re transfer of inmate
39   Where an inmate is transferred from one institution to another, the
Director of the institution from which the inmate is transferred is to
forward to the Director of the institution to which the inmate is
transferred a statement of the balance shown on the inmate's Inmate Trust
Account Card on the date of transfer.


Restrictions on transfer of funds
40   No money held in trust for an inmate is to be transferred to the
credit of any other inmate.


Statement
41   On the request of an inmate, an inmate is to be given a statement of
the money held in trust for the inmate. 


Assistance to inmate
42(1)  The Director is to ensure that every inmate discharged from the
institution who requires the aid of the Government of Alberta or any other
government or any private agency receives sufficient assistance to enable
the inmate to apply for the aid.

(2)  On the inmate's discharge from an institution, the Director may
arrange for transportation for the inmate from the institution to another
place in Alberta. 


     PART 3

     DISCIPLINE OF INMATES

Disciplinary Board
43(1)  The Director is to establish a Disciplinary Board in the
institution. 

(2)  A Disciplinary Board is to consist of 3 senior employees.


Breach of rules, etc.
44(1)  Where an employee has reasonable grounds to believe that an inmate
has 

     (a)  broken the rules of the institution, 

     (b)  not complied with this Regulation, or 

     (c)  committed any other act or otherwise carried out any other
actions or engaged in any other behaviour for which an inmate may be
punished under section 47, 

the employee is to forthwith report the incident, the circumstances and the
reasons for the employee's belief to the employee's immediate supervisor.

(2)  The employee after consultation with the employee's immediate
supervisor may charge an inmate with breaking the rules of the institution,
failing to comply with this Regulation or committing any other act,
carrying out any other action or engaging in any other behaviour referred
to in section 47 by making a report to the Disciplinary Board in writing
that includes the following: 

     (a)  the name of the inmate;

     (b)  the rule, provision, act, action or behaviour in respect of
which the charge was made;  

     (c)  the circumstances leading to the charge.

(3)  The Disciplinary Board is to hold a hearing in respect of any charge
made against an inmate.

(4)  Notwithstanding subsection (3), the Disciplinary Board may dismiss a
charge made against an inmate without a hearing.

(5)  Subject to section 46, the Disciplinary Board may direct that
punishment be imposed on an inmate in respect of whom a hearing is held.

(6)  At the end of each hearing, the Disciplinary Board is to give the
Director a report consisting of the following: 

     (a)  the name of the inmate charged;

     (b)  the rule, provision, act, action or behaviour in respect of 
which the charge was made;  

     (c)  the date on which the incident occurred that led to the charge
being made; 

     (d)  the date of the hearing; 

     (e)  the decision of the Disciplinary Board; 

     (f)  the punishment, if any, imposed on the inmate.


Review of decision re discipline
45(1)  Any inmate who believes that the disciplinary action taken against
the inmate is unjust may request a review of the decision of the
Disciplinary Board by the Director.

(2)  The Director is to review all decisions of the Disciplinary Board and
in doing so may require that a further hearing be held.

(3)  The Director may

     (a)  confirm, revoke or vary any decision made by the Disciplinary
Board, or

     (b)  make any order that in the Director's opinion is necessary with
respect to the inmate.


Punishment
46   If in the opinion of the Disciplinary Board or the Director a charge
against an inmate is substantiated, the following punishment may be imposed
on the inmate: 

     (a)  a reprimand;

     (b)  the loss of one or more privileges;

     (c)  confinement to a disciplinary unit for a period of not more
than 14 days;

     (d)  subject to section 55, a restricted diet;

     (e)  forfeiture of earned remission for a period of not more than 30
days;

     (f)  an assessment towards payment for willful or negligent damage
to public or private property;

     (g)  extra duties of not  more than 4 hours per day in addition to
the normal work period.


When punishment may be imposed
47   The Disciplinary Board may direct that an inmate be punished if the
inmate does one or more of the following: 

     (a)  disobeys an order of the Director or an employee; 

     (b)  breaks a rule of an institution or fails to comply with this
Regulation; 

     (c)  is disrespectful to an employee or a visitor to an institution; 

     (d)  is idle, careless or negligent at work; 

     (e)  refuses to work; 

     (f)  assaults another prisoner;

     (g)  uses indecent or foul language or gestures;

     (h)  commits an indecent act; 

     (i)  uses abusive, insolent, threatening or other improper language; 

     (j)  communicates with another inmate without authority to do so;

     (k)  enters the cell of another inmate or any other place without
authority to do so; 

     (l)  leaves the inmate's cell, place of work or any other place
without the consent of an employee; 

     (m)  wilfully or negligently disfigures or damages any part of an
institution or any property that is not the inmate's;

     (n)  fails to keep the inmate's person, clothing, bedding or cell
neat and clean; 

     (o)  has in the inmate's cell or possession any unauthorized article
or attempts to obtain such an article; 

     (p)  gives to or receives from any person any unauthorized article; 

     (q)  creates a disturbance or incites other inmates to create a
disturbance; 

     (r)  commits or threatens to commit violence on an employee; 

     (s)  feigns an illness or otherwise malingers; 

     (t)  persists in making frivolous or groundless complaints; 

     (u)  does anything that is prejudicial to good order and discipline
in an institution; 

     (v)  counsels, procures or incites another inmate to do anything
referred to in clauses (a) to (u); 

     (w)  attempts to do anything referred to in clauses (a) to (v). 


No alcohol, etc.
48   No inmate shall use, be under the influence of or have in the inmate's
possession any alcoholic liquid, volatile substance, hallucinogen, opiate,
barbiturate, amphetamine or any other drug except as prescribed by the
written order of an institution's physician and authorized by the Director.


Duty of employee
49   An employee who observes 

     (a)  the contravention of the rules of the institution or the
failure to comply with this Regulation by an inmate or any other person, or 

     (b)  the occurrence of any other incident for which an inmate may be 
charged 

is to take reasonable action to prevent the continuation of the
contravention, failure or incident and is to report forthwith in writing
the circumstances to the employee's immediate supervisor.


Use of force
50(1)  Force is not to be used by an employee unless it is essential to use
it to maintain or restore order or to prevent the continuation of acts of
violence.

(2)  When the use of force is essential, no more force is to be used than
is necessary to maintain or restore order or stop acts of violence.

(3)  An employee may use mechanical and any other restraints on an inmate
where it appears to the employee that these are necessary to prevent the
inmate from escaping or being injured or injuring others.

(4)  In all cases where force is used, the employee is to report the
circumstances in writing forthwith to the employee's immediate supervisor.


Separation of inmate re violence
51(1)  Where in the opinion of the Director an inmate is violent, the
Director may order the separation of the inmate from other inmates in the
institution.

(2)  Where an inmate is separated under subsection (1), the Director is to
report the separation forthwith to the Chief Executive Officer.


Removal of inmate to disciplinary unit
52(1)  When, in the opinion of the Deputy Director on duty, an inmate has
done anything for which the inmate may be charged, the Deputy Director 

     (a)  may move the inmate from the inmate's living unit to a
disciplinary unit, and

     (b)  is to report forthwith in writing to the Deputy Director's
immediate supervisor that the inmate has been moved.

(2)  No inmate is to be confined in a disciplinary unit under this section
for more than 72 hours without confirmation of the punishment by the
Disciplinary Board.


Punishment Register
53(1)  The Disciplinary Board shall keep a Punishment Register in which
there is to be recorded the following:

     (a)  the name of every inmate charged;

     (b)  the rule, provision, act, action or behaviour in respect of
which the charge was made; 

     (c)  the date on which the incident occurred that led to the charge
being made; 

     (d)  the date of any hearing;

     (e)  the decision of the Disciplinary Board; 

     (f)  the punishment, if any, imposed on the inmate.

(2)  The Punishment Register is to be certified by the Chair of the
Disciplinary Board as correct at the time the Disciplinary Board records
its decision.


Confinement to disciplinary unit
54(1)  Inmates confined in disciplinary units must keep their accommodation
clean and tidy.

(2)  Inmates who are confined in disciplinary units forfeit privileges,
including the use of radio, television and the canteen, visits from family
and friends, receipt of incentive allowance and smoking.


Restricted diet
55(1)  A restricted diet may only be imposed on an inmate with the consent
of an institution's physician.

(2)  A restricted diet is to consist of not less than 1100 calories per
day.

(3)  A restricted diet may be imposed for not more than 3 days.


Interview with Director
56(1)  The Director is to give all inmates an opportunity to request an
interview with the Director.

(2)  All requests by an inmate for an interview with the Director are to be
given to the Director forthwith.

(3)  Except on Saturdays, Sundays and statutory holidays, the Director is
to review daily all requests for an interview. 

(4)  The Director is to personally interview an inmate if in the Director's
opinion an interview is warranted.


Establishment of Board of Inquiry
57   The Chief Executive Officer is to establish a Board of Inquiry to
investigate where

     (a)  an inmate dies;

     (b)  an inmate escapes from an area designated as a security area by
the Director;

     (c)  a major disturbance occurs involving inmates;

     (d)  an inmate is seriously injured and is admitted to a hospital as
a result of the injury;

     (e)  a property loss in excess of $5000 occurs;

     (f)  an accident occurs causing serious injury or damage;

     (g)  a fire occurs causing serious damage or injury.


Board of Inquiry
58(1)  A Board of Inquiry is to consist of not fewer than 2 nor more than 5
persons appointed by the Chief Executive Officer.

(2)  The Chief Executive Officer is to designate one member of the Board of
Inquiry as Chair of the Board.

(3)  On the completion of the inquiry, the Chair is to prepare a report and
submit it to the Chief Executive Officer along with the findings and
recommendations of the Board of Inquiry.


Hearings before a Board of Inquiry
59(1)  A Board of Inquiry may hold such hearings as it considers necessary.

(2)  The Chair of a Board of Inquiry may exclude from the room where a
hearing is being held all persons other than a person whose interests are
involved in the inquiry.


     PART 4

     TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS, REPEALS
     AND EXPIRY 

Transitional
60(1)  In this section, 

     (a)  "existing transaction" means any action, procedure, direction,
order, hearing, punishment or other matter that was made, taken, held,
imposed or otherwise provided for under the previous Regulation and that is
still in effect at the time of the repeal of the previous Regulation; 

     (b)  "previous Regulation" means The Correctional Institution
Regulations (AR 138/77). 

(2)  Every existing transaction continues under this Regulation as if it
had been made, taken, held, imposed or otherwise provided for under this
Regulation.

Repeal
61   The Correctional Institution Regulations (AR 138/77) are repealed. 


Expiry
62   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 June 1, 2006. 


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     Alberta Regulation 206/2001

     Regulations Act

     MISCELLANEOUS CORRECTION AND REPEAL REGULATION

     Filed:  November 14, 2001

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 424/2001) on November 14,
2001 pursuant to section 10 of the Regulations Act.


1   The Administrative Items Regulation (AR 83/94) is amended in sections
12 and 13(1) by striking out "Department of Labour" and substituting
"Department of Municipal Affairs".


2   The Alberta Health Care Insurance Regulation (AR 216/81) is amended

     (a)  in sections 4.2 and 28.01(2)(b) by striking out "Department of
Health" and substituting "Department of Health and Wellness";

     (b)  in section 28.1(a) by striking out "Minister of Health" and
substituting "Minister of Health and Wellness";

     (c)  by repealing section 28.1(b) and substituting the following:

               (b)  payments to psychiatrists employed at a mental
health facility for services they provide, where the payments are the
subject of an arrangement between the Minister of Health and Wellness and
the Minister of Human Resources and Employment, and the arrangement
provides that those payments are recoverable from the Department of Human
Resources and Employment.


3   The Alberta Science, Research and Technology Authority Grant Regulation
(AR 179/99) is amended by repealing the title and substituting the
following:

     ALBERTA SCIENCE AND RESEARCH
     AUTHORITY GRANT REGULATION


4   The Ammonite Shell Regulation (AR 59/89) is amended in sections 7(b),
(c) and (d) and 8(a) by striking out "Minister of Culture and
Multiculturalism" and substituting "Minister responsible for the Historical
Resources Act".

5   The Archaeological Research Permit Regulation (AR 124/79) is amended

     (a)  by repealing section 13 and substituting the following:

     13   If all or part of the land to which a permit issued under this
Regulation relates is located in a Restricted Development Area established
under Schedule 5 of the Government Organization Act, the permit holder
shall not enter upon the land unless he first obtains permission from the
Minister responsible for the Restricted Development Area under the
Government Organization Act and the regulations under that Act.

     (b)  in Forms A and B by striking out "ALBERTA CULTURE".


6   The Builders' Lien Forms Regulations (AR 226/70) are amended

     (a)  in section 3(2) by striking out "26(5)" and substituting "26.1"
and by striking out "Minister of Energy and Natural Resources" and
substituting "Minister of Energy";

     (b)  in Form 2 of the Schedule by striking out "26(5)" and
substituting "26.1" and by striking out "Minister of Energy and Natural
Resources" and substituting "Minister of Energy";

     (c)  in Forms 5, 6, 7 and 8 of the Schedule by striking out
"Minister of Energy and Natural Resources" and substituting "Minister of
Energy".


7   The Business Corporations Regulation (AR 118/2000) is amended

     (a)  in section 14(2)(a)(ii) and (b) by striking out "Minister of
Environment" and substituting "Minister of Community Development";

     (b)  in section 17(1)(h) by striking out "Industry Canada" and
substituting "the Government of Canada".


8   The Bus Safety Regulation (AR 235/82) is amended in section 1(e) by
striking out "Director of the Transportation Safety Branch of the
Department of Transportation" and substituting "Director of Vehicle Safety
of the Transportation Safety Services Division of the Department of
Transportation".

9   The Calgary Restricted Development Area Regulations (AR 212/76) are
amended

     (a)  in section 2(c) and 4(1), (2) and (3) by striking out "Minister
of the Environment" and substituting "Minister of Infrastructure";

     (b)  in section 8(2) by striking out "Associate Minister of Public
Lands and Wildlife" and substituting "Minister of Sustainable Resource
Development".


10   The Canmore Undermining Review Regulation (AR 114/97) is amended in
Schedule 2 by striking out "Minister of Environmental Protection" and
substituting "Minister of Sustainable Resource Development".


11   The Castle Special Management Area Forest Land Use Zone Regulation (AR
49/98) is amended in the Schedule by striking out "Department of
Environmental Protection" and substituting "Department of Sustainable
Resource Development".


12   The Cemetery Companies Regulation (AR 264/99) is amended in section 3
by striking out "Department of Consumer and Corporate Affairs, Canada" and
substituting "Government of Canada".


13   The Certification of Teachers Regulation (AR 3/99) is amended in
section 10(1)(a)(i)(B) by striking out "Minister of Advanced Education and
Career Development" and substituting "Minister".


14   The Chiropractic Benefits Regulation (AR 268/95) is amended in section
3 by striking out "Department of Health" and substituting "Department of
Health and Wellness".


15   The Colleges' Tuition Fee Regulation (AR 29/99) is amended in section
1(b) by striking out "Department of Advanced Education and Career
Development" and substituting "Department of Learning".


16   The Commercial Bus Inspection, Equipment and Safety Regulation (AR
428/91) is amended by repealing section 1(d) and substituting the
following:

     (d)  "Director" means the person designated by the Minister as the
Director for the purposes of this Regulation;


17   The Commercial Vehicle Inspection Regulation (AR 414/91) is amended by
repealing section 1(c) and substituting the following:

     (c)  "Director" means the person designated by the Minister as the
Director for the purposes of this Regulation;


18   The Communicable Diseases Regulation (AR 238/85) is amended

     (a)  in section 1(u)(i) by striking out "or the Department of
Education Act, or both of them";

     (b)  in section 3(2) by striking out "schedule of fees set out in
Alta. Reg. 101/84" and substituting "Schedule of Medical Benefits prepared
and published by the Department and approved by the Minister";

     (c)  by repealing section 12 and substituting the following:

     12   A person who submits a dead budgerigar or other psittacine bird
to a diagnostic laboratory for necropsy shall ensure that the body of the
bird is submitted in a manner acceptable to the director of the laboratory.

     (d)  in Schedule 4

               (i)  in item 5(1) under the disease Anthrax by striking
out ", is notified immediately" and substituting "and the Chief Provincial
Veterinarian  of the Department of Agriculture, Food and Rural Development
are notified immediately";

               (ii) in item 5(2) under the disease Anthrax  by adding
"and the Chief Provincial Veterinarian of the Department of Agriculture,
Food and Rural Development" after "Canada";

               (iii)     in item 5(b)(i) under the disease Brucellosis and
in item 5 under the disease Q-fever by striking out "Director of the Animal
Health Division of the Department of Agriculture" and substituting "Chief
Provincial Veterinarian of the Department of Agriculture, Food and Rural
Development";

               (iv) in items 5(4) and (5) under the disease Rabies by
striking out "Lethbridge, Alberta" and substituting "Canadian Food
Inspection Agency, Health Canada";

               (v)  in item 5(6) under the disease Rabies by striking
out "Regional Veterinarian, Veterinary Inspection Operations, Food
Production and Inspection, Agriculture Canada" and substituting "District
Veterinarian, Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Health Canada";

               (vi) in item 2 under the disease Tuberculosis by
striking out "Director of Tuberculosis Services in the Department" and
substituting "Chief Medical Officer of Health";

               (vii)     in items 5(1) and 6(1) under the disease Typhoid or
Paratyphoid Fever by striking out "Provincial Laboratory of Public Health"
and substituting "Public Health Laboratory for Microbiology";

               (viii)    in item 5(3) under the disease Typhoid or
Paratyphoid (Carrier-state) by striking out "Provincial Laboratory of
Public Health" and substituting "Public Health Laboratory for
Microbiology".


19   The Companies Regulation (AR 119/2000) is amended in section 2(a) by
striking out "Industry Canada" and substituting "the Government of Canada".


20   The Confidentiality Regulation (AR 38/99) is amended in sections 3(2)
and (3), 4 and 8(1) by striking out "Department of Health" and substituting
"Department of Health and Wellness".


21   The Corporate Registry Document Handling Procedures Regulation (AR
9/98) is amended in section 1(1)(h) by striking out "(AR 27/82)" and
substituting "(AR 118/2000)".


22   The Correctional Institution Regulations (AR 138/77) are amended in
section 40(1) by striking out "Department of Social Services and Community
Health" and substituting "Department of Human Resources and Employment".


23   The Credit Union (Ministerial) Regulation (AR 250/89) is  amended in
section 8(2) by striking out "Department of Consumer and Corporate Affairs,
Canada" and substituting "Government of Canada".


24   The Crown Property Regulation (AR 125/98) is amended in section
1(a)(iv) by striking out "Minister of Transportation and Utilities" and
substituting "Minister of Infrastructure".


25   The Crowsnest Pass Regulation (AR 378/94) is amended in section 3(3)
by striking out "Minister of Environmental Protection" and substituting
"Minister of Sustainable Resource Development".


26   The Dangerous Goods Transportation and Handling Regulation (AR 157/97)
is amended

     (a)  by repealing section 1(1)(b) and substituting the following: 

               (b)  "Director" means the Executive Director, Dangerous
Goods and Rail Safety in the Department of Transportation; 

     (b)  in Schedule 1 by striking out "Class 7 Radioactive materials
and prescribed substances within the meaning of the Atomic Energy Control
Act (Canada)" and substituting "Class 7 Nuclear substances and prescribed
substances withing the meaning of the Nuclear Safety and Control Act
(Canada)".


27   The Dental Profession Regulation (AR 328/84) is amended

     (a)  by repealing section 15(2)(a) and substituting the following:

               (a)  by a regional health authority under the Regional
Health Authorities Act,

     (b)  in section 15(2)(b) by striking out "Department of Social
Services and Community Health" and substituting "Department of Health and
Wellness";

     (c)  by repealing section 51(4)(a) and substituting the following:

               (a)  is a dentist employed by a regional health
authority under the Regional Health Authorities Act, or

     (d)  in section 51(4)(b)(i) by striking out "Department of Social
Services and Community Health" and substituting "Department of Health and
Wellness".


28   The Designation Regulation (AR 36/97) is amended

     (a)  in section 1(a) and (c) by striking out "Minister of Justice
and Attorney General" and substituting "Solicitor General";

     (b)  in section 2(a) by striking out "Minister of Justice and
Attorney General" and substituting "Solicitor General" and by striking out
"Department of Justice" and substituting "Department of Solicitor General".

29   The Direct Purchase Regulation (AR 210/98) is amended in section 2(b)
by striking out "Department of Public Works, Supply and Services" and
substituting "Department of Infrastructure".


30   The Dispositions and Fees Regulation (AR 54/2000) is amended by
repealing section 92 and substituting the following:


Removal of surface material by others
     92(1)  The Minister may, by order, authorize the Minister of
Infrastructure, the Minister of Transportation or any other person to enter
the land under a lease and remove surface material required for the
construction or maintenance of public roads or other public works.

     (2)  Where an order under subsection (1) is in respect of the
Minister of Infrastructure or the Minister of Transportation, the lessee
has no claim for compensation in respect of surface material removed, but
the Minister of Infrastructure or the Minister of Transportation may pay
the lessee any compensation that the Minister considers appropriate.

     (3)  Where an order under subsection (1) is in respect of a person
other than the Minister of Infrastructure or the Minister of
Transportation,

               (a)  the Minister of Sustainable Resource Development
may require that person to pay to the lessee compensation in an amount that
the Minister considers appropriate, and

               (b)  the Minister of Sustainable Resource Development
may require that person to pay to the Minister a deposit, before that
person enters on the land, to cover all or part of the compensation to
which the lessee may be entitled.


31   The Driver Examiner Regulation (AR 20/95) is amended in sections 1.1
and 3(6)(a) by striking out "Department of Infrastructure" and substituting
"Department of Transportation".


32   The Driver Training Regulation (AR 133/90) is amended in section 1(b)
by striking out "Department of Infrastructure" and substituting "Department
of Transportation".


33   The Edmonton-Devon Restricted Development Area Regulations (AR 286/74)
are amended in sections 2(c) and 4(1) and (2) by striking out "Minister of
the Environment" and substituting "Minister of Environment".


34   The Edmonton Restricted Development Area Regulations (AR 287/74) are
amended in sections 2(c) and 4(1) and (2) by striking out "Minister of the
Environment" and substituting "Minister of Infrastructure".


35   The Exemption Regulation (AR 43/99) is amended in section 2(a) by
striking out "Family and Social Services" and substituting "Human Resources
and Employment or the Department of Children's Services".


36   The Exploration Regulation (AR 214/98) is amended

     (a)  in section 1(1)(f) by striking out "Department of Environmental
Protection" and substituting "Department of Sustainable Resource
Development";

     (b)  in section 1(1)(h) by striking out "Department of
Transportation and Utilities" and substituting "Department of
Transportation";

     (c)  in sections 1(1)(d)(iii), (q)(ii), (t)(ii), 28(2), 47(3)(a) and
48(2)(e)(iii) by striking out "Minister of Transportation and Utilities"
and substituting "Minister of Transportation";

     (d)  in section 1(1)(s)(i) by striking out "or of the Department of
Agriculture, Food and Rural Development";

     (e)  in section 1(1)(w) by striking out "Minister of Environmental
Protection" and substituting "Minister of Sustainable Resource
Development";

     (f)  in section 4(1)(e) by striking out "Minister of Environmental
Protection" and substituting "Minister of Sustainable Resource
Development";

     (g)  in section 12(2) by striking out "supervisor of the Rural
Development Division of the Department of Agriculture, Food and Rural
Development" and substituting "public lands office of the Department";

     (h)  in section 20(1) by striking out "and the Minister of
Agriculture, Food and Rural Development may authorize that use or cutting
on public land other than road allowances in the White Area";

     (i)  by repealing section 22(2)(c) and substituting the following:

               (c)  the district public lands office of the Department
for each district,

     (j)  in section 22(7)(d) by striking out "or of the Minister of
Agriculture, Food and Rural Development";

     (k)  in section 23 by striking out "or of the Minister of
Agriculture, Food and Rural Development";

     (l)  by repealing section 25(1) and substituting the following:

Notice to Department
     25(1)  The licensee or permittee for a program of exploration that is
located in whole or in part in the White Area shall notify the Public Land
Administration and Management Branch of the Department

               (a)  of the commencement date of field operations in the
program and of the location of the field headquarters of each crew that
will be conducting work in the program, prior to the commencement of the
program,

               (b)  forthwith of the new location of the field
headquarters of any crew that changes the location of its field
headquarters while conducting work in the program, and

               (c)  of the date of completion of recording under the
program on the completion of recording under the program.

     (m)  in section 26(1) and (2) by striking out "supervisor of  the
Rural Development Division of the Department of Agriculture, Food and Rural
Development" and substituting "public lands office of the Department".


37   The Extended Health Services Benefits Regulation (AR 383/94) is
amended in section 2(1) and (3) by striking out "Department of Health" and
substituting "Department of Health and Wellness".


38   The Farm Implement Regulation (AR 204/83) is amended in the Schedule

     (a)  in Forms B and E by striking out "Minister of Agriculture" and
substituting "Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Development";

     (b)  in Forms C and F by striking out "Department of Agriculture"
and substituting "Department of Agriculture, Food and Rural Development".


39   The Fees and Expenses for Witnesses and Interpreters Regulation (AR
123/84) is amended

     (a)  in section 1.1(1) by striking out "Attorney General" and
substituting "Minister of Justice and Attorney General";

     (b)  in section 1.1(2) by striking out "Minister of Social Services"
and substituting "Minister of Children's Services";

     (c)  in section 6 by striking out "Attorney General, the Deputy
Attorney General" and substituting "Minister of Justice and Attorney
General, the Deputy Minister of Justice and Deputy Attorney General" and by
striking out "Minister of Social Services, the Deputy Minister of Social
Services" and substituting "Minister of Children's Services, the Deputy
Minister of Children's Services".


40   The Fisheries (Ministerial) Regulation (AR 220/97) is amended in
section 2(1)(f) by striking out "Department of Environmental Protection"
and substituting "Department of Sustainable Resource Development".


41   The Food Regulation (AR 240/85) is amended

     (a)  by repealing section 1(b)(i) and (ii) and substituting the
following:

               (i)  the Public Health Laboratory for Microbiology in
Edmonton,

               (ii) the Public Health Laboratory for Microbiology in
Calgary,

     (b)  in section 1(b)(iii) and (v) by striking out "Alberta
Department of Agriculture" and substituting "Department of Agriculture,
Food and Rural Development";

     (c)  in section 6 by striking out "Minister of Agriculture" and
substituting "Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Development";

     (d)  in sections 7(1.2) and 94.9(4)(b)(ii) by striking out "Director
of the Animal Health Division of the Department of Agriculture" and
substituting "Director, Food Safety Division, in the Department of
Agriculture, Food and Rural Development";

     (e)  in section 94.2(1) by striking out "Meat Hygiene Branch, Animal
Health Division of the Department of Agriculture" and substituting "Food
Safety Division, Regulatory Services Branch in the Department of
Agriculture, Food and Rural Development";

     (f)  in section 94.3(2)(b) by striking out "Meat Hygiene Branch of
the Department of Agriculture" and substituting "Food Safety Division,
Regulatory Services Branch in the Department of Agriculture, Food and Rural
Development".


42   The Forest Recreation Regulation (AR 343/79) is amended

     (a)  in Schedules D.7 and D.8 and in Schedule E in the legal
description following the heading Jumpingpound Demonstration Forest Forest
Recreation Area by striking out "Department of Environmental Protection"
and substituting "Department of Sustainable Resource Development";

     (b)  in Schedule E in the legal description following the heading
Eccles Pond Day Use Forest Recreation Area, in the legal description
following the heading Mason Creek Day Use Forest Recreation Area, in the
legal description following the heading Meander River Forest Recreation
Area, in the legal description following the heading Mariana Lake Forest
Recreation Area and in the legal description following the heading
Wandering River Forest Recreation Area by striking out "Department of
Energy and Natural Resources" wherever it occurs and substituting
"Department of Sustainable Resource Development".


43   The Forest Resources Improvement Regulation (AR 152/97) is amended

     (a)  in section 1(e) by striking out "Minister of Environmental
Protection" and substituting "Minister of Sustainable Resource
Development";

     (b)  in section 3(2) by adding "of Environment" after "Minister".

44   The Forest Technology School Rates Regulation (AR 252/94) is amended
in section 1(a) by striking out "Department of Environmental Protection"
and substituting "Department of Sustainable Resource Development".


45   The Forms and Review Panels Regulation (AR 338/89) is amended in Forms
4 and 5 of the Schedule by striking out "Minister of Health" wherever it
occurs and substituting "Minister of Health and Wellness".


46   The General Regulation (AR 102/85) is amended in section 30(5) by
striking out "Minister of Public Works, Supply and Services" and
substituting "Minister of Infrastructure" and by striking out "section 19
of the Department of Public Works, Supply and Services Act as if it were
unclaimed property within the meaning of that section" and substituting
"Schedule 12 of the Government Organization Act as if it were unclaimed
property".


47   The General Regulation (AR 213/94) is amended in section 11 by
striking out "Minister of Health" and substituting "Minister of Health and
Wellness".


48   The General Regulation (AR 226/98) is amended in section 36(2)(l) by
striking out "Minister of Family and Social Services" and substituting
"Minister of Human Resources and Employment".


49   The General Regulation (AR 249/98) is amended in sections 11(2)(l) and
13 by striking out "Minister of Family and Social Services" and
substituting "Minister of Human Resources and Employment".


50   The Highway Development Control Regulation (AR 242/90) is amended in
section 1(c) by striking out "Minister of Transportation and Utilities" and
substituting "Minister of Transportation".


51   The Highway Traffic Regulation (AR 155/97) is amended in section
38(1)(c) by striking out "Minister of Environmental Protection" and
substituting "Minister of Environment or the Minister of Sustainable
Resource Development".


52   The Hospitalization Benefits Regulation (AR 244/90) is amended in
section 5(1)(a) by striking out "Department of Family and Social Services"
and substituting "Department of Children's Services".


53   The Indemnity Authorization Regulation (AR 22/97) is amended in
section 5 by striking out "Minister of Health" and substituting "Minister
of Health and Wellness".


54   The Irrigation Districts Bridge Structures and Culverts Regulation (AR
245/90) is amended in section 1(f) by striking out "Minister of
Transportation and Utilities" and substituting "Minister of
Transportation".


55   The Jury Act Regulation (AR 68/83) is amended in section 4(4) by
striking out "Attorney General, the Deputy Attorney General" and
substituting "Minister of Justice and Attorney General, the Deputy Minister
of Justice and Deputy Attorney General".


56   The Justice of the Peace Regulation (AR 309/91) is amended

     (a)  in section 9 by striking out "Deputy Attorney General" and
substituting "Deputy Minister of Justice and Deputy Attorney General" and
by striking out "Attorney General's Department" and substituting
"Department of Justice";

     (b)  in Schedule 2 in section 11 by striking out "Attorney General"
wherever it occurs and substituting "Minister of Justice and Attorney
General".


57   The Livestock Patron's Assurance Fund Regulation (AR 418/91) is
amended in section 1(d) by striking out "Department of Agriculture" and
substituting "Department of Agriculture, Food and Rural Development".


58   The Loan and Trust Corporations (Ministerial) Regulation (AR 172/92)
is amended in section 6(2) by striking out "Department of Consumer and
Corporate Affairs, Canada" and substituting "Government of Canada".


59   The Lubricating Oil Material Recycling and Management By-law (AR
141/97) is amended in section 11(b)(i) and 12 by striking out "Department
of Environmental Protection" and substituting "Department of Environment".


60   The Lubricating Oil Material Recycling and Management Regulation (AR
82/97) is amended

     (a)  in section 1(h) by striking out "Minister of Environmental
Protection" and substituting "Minister of Environment";

     (b)  in section 8(1)(f) by striking out "Department of Environmental
Protection" and substituting "Department of Environment".


61   The Meat Inspection Regulation (AR 51/73) is amended

     (a)  by repealing section 4(4)(g) and substituting the following:

               (g)  the Director of the Environmental Sciences Division
of the Department of Environment, and

     (b)  in section 123(1)(b) by striking out "Department of
Agriculture" and substituting "Department of Agriculture, Food and Rural
Development".


62   The Medical Benefits Regulation (AR 173/93) is amended in section 1 by
striking out "Department of Health" and substituting "Department of Health
and Wellness".


63   The Medical Laboratory Technologists Regulation (AR 49/93) is amended
in section 13(a)(ii)(C) by striking out "Minister of Health" and
substituting "Minister of Health and Wellness".


64   The Medical Profession By-laws (AR 129/91) are amended in section
4.3(3) by striking out "Minister of Health" and substituting "Minister of
Health and Wellness".


65   The Metallic and Industrial Minerals Regulation (AR 66/93) is amended
in section 9(2) by striking out "Minister of Forestry, Lands and Wildlife"
and substituting "Minister of Environment and the Minister of Sustainable
Resource Development".


66   The Metallic and Industrial Minerals Exploration Regulation (AR
213/98) is amended

     (a)  in section 1(1)(d) by striking out "Department of Environmental
Protection" and substituting "Department of Sustainable Resource
Development";

     (b)  in section 1(1)(n) by striking out "Minister of Environmental
Protection" and substituting "Minister of Sustainable Resource
Development";

     (c)  in section 7(2) by striking out "supervisor of the Rural
Development Division of the Department of Agriculture, Food and Rural
Development" and substituting "public lands office of the Department";

     (d)  in section 17(1) by striking out "and the Minister of
Agriculture, Food and Rural Development may authorize that use or cutting
on public land other than road allowances in the White Area";

     (e)  in section 20(1)(a) by striking out "Minister of Environmental
Protection" and substituting "Minister of Sustainable Resource
Development";

     (f)  by repealing section 26 and substituting the following:

Notice to Department
     26(1)  If the field operations for a program of exploration located
in whole or in part on public land in the White Area will be commenced on a
date that differs from the date of commencement stated in the preliminary
plan by more than 5 working days, the licensee shall notify the district
public lands office of the Department for each district in which the
program of exploration is to be conducted of the date of commencement of
field operations in the district.

     (2)  The licensee for a program of exploration located in whole or in
part on public land in the White Area shall notify the district public
lands office of the Department for each district in which the program of
exploration was conducted that field operations in the district have been
completed immediately after completion of field operations in the district.

     (g)  in section 30(2)(b) by striking out "supervisor of the Rural
Development Division of the Department of Agriculture, Food and Rural
Development" and substituting "public lands office of the Department";

     (h)  in section 38(2)(g) by striking out "or of the Minister of
Agriculture, Food and Rural Development";

     (i)  in section 38(3)(d) by striking out "or of the Minister of
Agriculture, Food and Rural Development";

     (j)  in sections 42(2) and 43 by striking out "Minister of
Environmental Protection" wherever it occurs and substituting "Minister";

     (k)  in section 43(b) by striking out "Department of Environmental
Protection" and substituting "Department of Sustainable Resource
Development".


67   The Mineral Rights Compensation Regulation (AR 161/78) is amended

     (a)  in section 1(1)(g) by striking out "Minister of Energy and
Natural Resources" and substituting "Minister of Energy";

     (b)  in section 8(3) by striking out "Department of Energy and
Natural Resources" and substituting "Department of Energy".


68   The Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Regulation (AR 189/98) is amended in
the Schedule in section 2(1) by striking out "Minister of Health" and
substituting "Minister of Health and Wellness".


69   The Name Regulation (AR 200/84) is amended

     (a)  in section 11(2)(b) by striking out "Minister of Recreation and
Parks" and substituting "Minister of Community Development";

     (b)  in section 13(e) by striking out "Department of Consumer and
Corporate Affairs, Canada" and substituting "Government of Canada".


70   The New Tire Advance Disposal Surcharge By-law (AR 254/96) is amended
in section 5(a) by striking out "Department of Environmental Protection"
and substituting "Department of Environment".


71   The Non-permit Areas Regulation (AR 53/2000) is amended in the
Schedule in the description of land composing Township 50, Range 25, by
striking out "Department of the Environment" and substituting "Department
of Sustainable Resource Development".


72   The Nursing Homes General Regulation (AR 232/85) is amended in the
Schedule by striking out "Minister of Hospitals and Medical Care" wherever
it occurs and substituting "Minister of Health and Wellness".


73   The Off-highway Vehicle Regulation (AR 70/91) is amended in section 13
by striking out "Minister of Transportation and Utilities" and substituting
"Minister of Transportation".


74   The Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations (AR 151/71) are amended

     (a)  in the following provisions by striking out "Minister of
Environmental Protection" and substituting "Minister of Environment":

          section 7.070(4)(a);
          section 9.040(a);

     (b)  in the following provisions by striking out "Department of
Environmental Protection" and substituting "Department of Environment":

          section 8.051(a);
          section 8.052(4);
          section 9.050(1), (3), (4), (6)(a) to (e), (8)(a) and (b);
          section 9.060;

     (c)  in section 8.052(7)(f) by striking out "Department of
Environmental Protection" and substituting "Department of Sustainable
Resource Development".


75   The Operation of Approved Hospitals Regulation (AR 247/90) is amended
in sections 29(1)(b) and (2) by striking out "Minister of Advanced
Education and Career Development" and substituting "Minister of Learning".


76   The Optometry Profession General Regulation (AR 388/85) is amended in
section 34(6) by striking out "Minister and the Minister of Health" and
substituting "Minister of Health and Wellness".


77   The Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Benefits Regulation (AR 123/95) is
amended in section 1

     (a)  by striking out "Department of Health" and substituting
"Department of Health and Wellness";

     (b)  by striking out "Facial" wherever it occurs and substituting
"Maxillofacial".


78   The Planning Exemption Regulation (AR 223/2000) is amended

     (a)  in section 2(1)(a) by striking out "Minister of Environment"
and substituting "a Minister of the Crown charged with the administration
of the appropriate Act referred to in subsection (2)";

     (b)  in section 2(2)(a) by striking out "of Environment".


79   The Podiatric Benefits Regulation (AR 152/95) is amended in section 3
by striking out "Department of Health" and substituting "Department of
Health and Wellness".


80   The Potato Growers of Alberta Marketing Regulation (AR 277/98) is
amended in section 1(1)(f) by striking out "Alberta Department of
Agriculture" and substituting "Department of Agriculture, Food and Rural
Development".


81   The Prescribed Acts and Regulations Regulation (AR 232/89) is amended
in section 1(e) by striking out "section 20(2) of the Department of Public
Works, Supply and Services Act" and substituting "section 13 of Schedule 12
of the Government Organization Act".


82   The Private Vocational Schools Regulation (AR 66/94) is amended in
section 3(d)(vii) by striking out "the Department of Advanced Education
Act" and substituting "Schedule 1 of the Government Organization Act".


83   The Procedures Regulation (AR 233/89) is amended

     (a)  by repealing section 2(s) and substituting the following:

               (s)  any regulation made under Schedule 12 of the
Government Organization Act;

     (b)  in Schedule 2 in Part 3 by striking out the heading and
substituting the following heading:

     REGULATIONS UNDER SCHEDULE 12
     OF THE GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION ACT


84   The Protection Against Family Violence Regulation (AR 80/99) is
amended in section 3(b) by striking out "Minister of Family and Social
Services" and substituting "Minister of Children's Services".


85   The Provincial Judges and Masters in Chambers Pension Plan Regulation
(AR 265/88) is amended in section 33(4)(a) by striking out "Attorney
General" and substituting "Minister of Justice and Attorney General".


86   The Public Vehicle Classification, Fees and Permit Regulation (AR
17/87) is amended

     (a)  in section 1(a) by striking out "Department of Transportation
and Utilities" and substituting "Department of Transportation";

     (b)  in section 1(c) by striking out "Department of the Solicitor
General" and substituting "Department of Transportation";

     (c)  in section 2(1) by striking out "Solicitor General" and
substituting "Minister of Transportation".


87   The Public Vehicle Dimension and Weight Regulation (AR 127/98) is
amended

     (a)  in the following provisions by striking out "Department of
Transportation and Utilities" and substituting "Department of
Transportation":

          section 1(m);
          Schedule 6, clause (l)(i)(B);
          Schedule 7, clause (g)(i)(B);

     (b)  in sections 1(w)(i) and (iii) and (ll)(iii) by striking out
"Minister of Transportation and Utilities" and substituting "Minister of
Transportation".


88   The Records Management Regulation (AR 57/95) is amended

     (a)  in section 1(1)(d) by striking out "Minister of Public Works,
Supply and Services" and substituting "Minister of Government Services";

     (b)  in section 2(2)(a) by striking out "Department of Public Works,
Supply and Services" and substituting "Department of Government Services".


89   The Regulations Governing the Certification of a Rural Wireman (AR
59/70) are amended

     (a)  in section 1(b) by striking out "Department of Labour" and
substituting "Department of Municipal Affairs";

     (b)  in section 1(f) by striking out "Minister of Labour" and
substituting "Minister of Municipal Affairs".


90   The Regulations Under the Amusements Act (AR 72/57) are amended in
sections 20a(5) and 20b(1) by striking out "Minister of Culture" and
substituting "Minister of Community Development".


91   The Religious Societies' Land Regulation (AR 169/2000) is amended in
section 4 by striking out "Industry Canada" and substituting "the
Government of Canada".


92   The Residential Tenancies Ministerial Regulation (AR 229/92) is
amended in section 6(2)(b) and (3)(b) by striking out "Department of
Consumer and Corporate Affairs" and substituting "Department of Government
Services".


93   The Rural Electrification Loan Regulation (AR 139/97) is amended in
section 1(c) by striking out "Minister of Transportation and Utilities" and
substituting "Minister of Energy".


94   The Scaling Regulation (AR 403/92) is amended by repealing section
1(b) and substituting the following: 

     (b)  "Assistant Deputy Minister" means the Assistant Deputy Minister
of the Land and Forest Division in the Department of Sustainable Resource
Development; 


95   The Section 84 Declaration Regulations (AR 329/78) are amended in
section 1(c)(iv) by striking out "the Department of Advanced Education and
Manpower Act" and substituting "Schedule 1 of the Government Organization
Act".


96   The Seed Cleaning Plant Regulation (AR 122/82) is amended in section
1(b) by striking out "The Department of Agriculture" and substituting "the
Department of Agriculture, Food and Rural Development".


97   The School Business Officials Regulation (AR 149/93) is amended by
repealing section 8(4)(b) and substituting the following:

     (b)  an Education Manager - Business Operations, employed in the
Department of Learning,


98   The School Bus Operation Regulation (AR 437/86) is amended

     (a)  by repealing section 1(e);

     (b)  in section 8(2) by striking out "Director of the Transportation
Safety Branch" and substituting "Director of Vehicle Safety of the
Transportation Safety Services Division of the Department of
Transportation".


99   The School Grants Regulation (AR 72/95) is amended in section 2(1) by
striking out "Minister of Education" and substituting "Minister of
Learning".


100   The Sherwood Park West Restricted Development Area Regulations (AR
45/74) are amended in sections 2(c) and 4(1) and (2) by striking out
"Minister of the Environment" and substituting "Minister of
Infrastructure".


101   The Social Allowance Regulation (AR 213/93) is amended

     (a)  in section 1(d.1) by striking out "Department of Family and
Social Services" and substituting "Department of Human Resources and
Employment";

     (b)  in section 14(1)(a) by striking out "Minister of Health" and
substituting "Minister of Health and Wellness";

     (c)  in section 14(1)(b) by striking out "Minister of Health or the
Minister of Family and Social Services" and substituting "Minister of
Health and Wellness or the Minister of Human Resources and Employment".


102   The Societies Regulation (AR 122/2000) is amended

     (a)  in section 13(2)(a)(ii) and (b) by striking out "Minister of
Environment" and substituting "Minister of Community Development";

     (b)  in section 15(e) by striking out "Industry Canada" and
substituting "the Government of Canada".


103   The Special Motor Vehicles Inspection Regulation (AR 185/96) is
amended in section 1(c) by striking out "Director of the Transportation
Safety Branch of the Department of Transportation and Utilities" and
substituting "Director of Vehicle Safety of the Transportation Safety
Services Division of the Department of Transportation".


104   The Staff, Vehicle and Equipment Regulation (AR 45/99) is amended in
sections 1(i) and 10(1)(d) by striking out "Department of Health" and
substituting "Department of Health and Wellness".


105   The Stock Yard Regulation (AR 197/98) is amended in section 11(2)(b)
by striking out "Minister of Transportation and Utilities" and substituting
"Minister of Transportation".


106   The Student Evaluation Regulation (AR 169/98) is amended 

     (a)  by repealing section 1(c) and substituting the following:

               (c)  "Director" means the Director of the Learning
Assessment Branch in the Department of Learning;

     (b)  in section 9(1) by striking out "Student Programs and
Evaluation Division of the Department of Education" and substituting
"System Improvement and Reporting Division of the Department of Learning".


107   The Subdivision and Development Regulation (AR 212/95) is amended

     (a)  in sections 5(3)(b), 12(5) and 13(5) by striking out "Deputy
Minister of the Department of Environmental Protection" and substituting
"Deputy Minister of Environment";

     (b)  in section 5(3)(d) by striking out "Deputy Minister of
Transportation and Utilities" wherever it occurs and substituting "Deputy
Minister of Transportation";

     (c)  in sections 14(d) and (e), 15(2) and 16(1) by striking out
"Minister of Transportation and Utilities" and substituting "Minister of
Transportation";

     (d)  in section 5(3)(h) by striking out "Deputy Minister of
Environmental Protection" and substituting "Deputy Minister of Environment
and the Deputy Minister of Infrastructure".


108   The Suncor Oil Sands Royalty Regulation (AR 318/78) is amended in
section 1(c) by striking out "Minister of Energy and Natural Resources" and
substituting "Minister of Energy".


109   The Surrogate Rules (AR 130/95) are amended in Schedule 3

     (a)  in Form ACC 1 in item 2 preceding the last sentence in the form
by striking out "judge's" and substituting "justice's";

     (b)  in Form ACC 6 in item 3.3 by striking out "judge's" and
substituting "justice's";

     (c)  in Form ACC 10 in item 2 preceding the last sentence in the
form by striking out "judge's" and substituting "justice's";

     (d)  in Form DA 6 in item 3.3 by striking out "judge's" and
substituting "justice's";

     (e)  in Form DA 15 by striking out "JUSTICE OF THE SURROGATE OF
ALBERTA" and substituting "JUSTICE OF THE COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH OF
ALBERTA".


110   The Technical Institutes' Tuition Fee Regulation (AR 30/99) is
amended in section 1(b) by striking out "Department of Advanced Education
and Career Development" and substituting "Department of Learning".


111   The Timber Management Regulation (AR 60/73) is amended 

     (a)  in section 2 by repealing paragraph 1.01 and substituting the
following:

          1.01  "Assistant Deputy Minister" means the Assistant Deputy
Minister of the Land and Forest Division in the Department of Sustainable
Resource Development;

     (b)  in sections 75(b), 117.1(2)(a), 122.1(1)(d), 122.2 and 154 by
striking out "Department of Environmental Protection" and substituting
"Department of Sustainable Resource Development".


112   The Timber Regulation (AR 404/92) is amended

     (a)  in Forms 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 14 and 17 in the
headings by striking out "Forestry, Lands and Wildlife" wherever it occurs
and substituting "Sustainable Resource Development";

     (b)  in the body of Form 8 by striking out "from Forestry, Lands and
Wildlife" and substituting "from the Department of Sustainable Resource
Development".


113   The Tire Recycling and Management Regulation (AR 206/96) is amended

     (a)  in section 1(f) by striking out "Minister of Environmental
Protection" and substituting "Minister of Environment";

     (b)  in section 15(1)(l) by striking out "Department of
Environmental Protection" and substituting "Department of Environment".


114   The Universities' Tuition Fee Regulation (AR 31/99) is amended in
section 1(b) by striking out "Department of Advanced Education and Career
Development" and substituting "Department of Learning".


115   The Victims' Programs Regulation (AR 135/97) is amended by striking
out "Minister of Justice and Attorney General" wherever it occurs and
substituting "Solicitor General".


116   The Wildlife Regulation (AR 143/97) is amended

     (a)  in section 3(m) by striking out "Department of Environmental
Protection" and substituting "Department of Sustainable Resource
Development";

     (b)  in section 3(mm) and (tt) and section 7(1) of Schedule 15 by
striking out "Natural Resources Service" and substituting "Fish and
Wildlife Division";

     (c)  in Schedule 15 in section 13 by adding "of Community
Development" after "Department";

     (d)  in Schedule 16 in Forms WA 19A, WA 285, WA 286 and WA 287 by
striking out "ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION Natural Resources Service" and
substituting "SUSTAINABLE RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT Fish and Wildlife Division";

     (e)  in Schedule 16 in Form WA 286 by striking out "Minister of
Environmental Protection" and substituting "Minister of Sustainable
Resource Development".


117   The Workers' Compensation Regulation (AR 427/81) is amended in
section 7(1)(c)(v) by striking out "the Department of Advanced Education
Act" and substituting "Schedule 1 of the Government Organization Act".


118   The following regulations are repealed: 

     (a)  Pentanes Plus Royalty Factor Regulation (No. 3) (AR 256/85); 

     (b)  Plasterer Trade Rescission of Designation Regulation (AR
61/95);

     (c)  Horizontal Well Petroleum Royalty Regulation (AR 96/91); 

     (d)  Oil Royalty Incentive Regulation (AR 403/91);

     (e)  Forms Regulation (AR 471/81);

     (f)  Regional Division Ward Regulation (AR 3/97);

     (g)  Regulations with Respect to the Filing of Automobile Insurance
Rates (AR 178/72);

     (h)  Regulations Respecting Proxy Solicitation and Insider Trading
(AR 289/67);

     (i)  Sprinkler Exemption Regulation (AR 162/86);

     (j)  Small Business Term Assistance Fund Regulation (AR 342/86);

     (k)  Lending Institutions Regulation (AR 341/86).