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     Alberta Regulation 246/2001

     Marketing of Agricultural Products Act

     POTATO GROWERS OF ALBERTA MARKETING
     AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  December 17, 2001

Made by the Potato Growers of Alberta on August 30, 2001 pursuant to
sections 26 and 27 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act.


1   The Potato Growers of Alberta Marketing Regulation (AR 277/98) is
amended by this Regulation.


2   Section 8(1)(b) is amended by striking out "$0.10'" and substituting
"$0.08'".


3   This Regulation comes into force on January 1, 2002.


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     Alberta Regulation 247/2001

     Funeral Services Act

     ALBERTA FUNERAL SERVICES REGULATORY
     BOARD AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  December 19, 2001

Made by the Minister of Government Services (M.O. C:008/01) on December 14,
2001 pursuant to section 18(1) of the Funeral Services Act.


1   The Alberta Funeral Services Regulatory Board Regulation (AR 225/98) is
amended by this Regulation.


2   Section 7 is amended

     (a)  in subsection (1) by striking out "is 2" and substituting "is
3";

     (b)  in subsection (2) by striking out "than 3" and substituting
"than 2".


     Alberta Regulation 248/2001

     Professional and Occupational Associations Registration Act

     PROFESSIONAL CHEMISTS REGULATION

     Filed:  December 19, 2001

Approved by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 491/2001) on December
19, 2001 pursuant to section 9 of the Professional and Occupational
Associations Registration Act.


     Table of Contents

Definitions    1
Registration Committee   2
Registers 3
Powers and duties of Registration Committee  4
Review of application    5
Certificate of registration   6
Payment of fees     7
Annual membership card   8
Registration as professional chemist    9
Registration as chemist-in-training     10
Renewal of registration  11
Professional development 12
Practice Review Committee     13
Powers and duties of Practice Review Committee    14
Notice    15
Reports and recommendations   16
Discipline Committee     17
Costs     18
Cancellation and suspension   19
Cancellation on request  20
Non-payment of fees 21
Registration in error    22
Use of title   23
Transitional   24


Definitions
1   In this Regulation,

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

     (b)  "Association" means the Association of the Chemical Profession
of Alberta;

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

     (d)  "Board" means the Board of Directors of the Association
established under the by-laws;

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

     (f)  "chemical sciences" means the analytical, biochemical, organic,
inorganic, physical, theoretical and applied chemistry disciplines;

     (g)  "chemist-in-training" means a person who is registered as a
chemist-in-training under this Regulation;

     (h)  "Discipline Committee" means the Discipline Committee
established pursuant to section 17;

     (i)  "practice of chemistry" means

               (i)  sampling, analyzing, evaluating, interpreting,
reporting, advising, training and educating in the chemical sciences,

               (ii) the application of chemical sciences including,
without limitation, environmental monitoring, industrial chemistry,
research, quality systems, laboratory operations and method development,
and

               (iii)     the management of the activities listed in
subclauses (i) and (ii);

     (j)  "Practice Review Committee" means the Practice Review Committee
established pursuant to section 13;

     (k)  "professional chemist" means a person who is registered as a
professional chemist under this Regulation;

     (l)  "professional development credit" means a professional
development credit granted pursuant to section 12;

     (m)  "registered member" means a professional chemist or a
chemist-in-training;

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


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

     (a)  one professional chemist who is a member of the Board,

     (b)  3 other professional chemists who are not members of the Board,
and

     (c)  the Association Registrar.

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

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

(4)  A quorum for a meeting of the Registration Committee is a majority of
its members.


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

     (a)  a register of professional chemists, and

     (b)  a register of chemists-in-training.

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

     (a)  the name of an individual whose registration has been approved
by the Registration Committee or the Board, as the case may be, and who has
paid the fee prescribed by the by-laws, and

     (b)  the mailing address of that individual.


Powers and duties of Registration Committee
4(1)  The Registration Committee shall consider applications from persons
to become registered members of the Association in accordance with this
Regulation and the by-laws and may

     (a)  approve the registration,

     (b)  refuse to approve the registration, or

     (c)  defer approval until the applicant has done either or both of
the following:

               (i)  passed examinations and completed work experience
in order to satisfy the requirements of section 9;

               (ii) completed any further type and term of experience
required by the Registration Committee in order to satisfy the requirements
of section 9.

(2)  The Registration Committee shall send a written notice of any decision
made by it to the applicant.

(3)  If the decision made by the Registration Committee is to refuse the
registration of the applicant, it shall send written reasons for the
decision to the applicant.


Review of application
5(1)  An applicant whose application for registration is refused by the
Registration Committee may, by notice in writing served on the Association
Registrar within 30 days of receiving a notice of refusal and the reasons
for it, appeal the refusal, and the notice of appeal must set out the
reasons why, in the applicant's opinion, the application for registration
should be approved.

(2)  An applicant who appeals a decision of the Registration Committee
under subsection (1)

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

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

(3)  A member of the Registration Committee who is also a member of the
Board may participate in the appeal but shall not vote on a decision of the
Board under this section, and may not be counted for the purpose of a
quorum of the Board when it is hearing the appeal.

(4)  On hearing an appeal under this section, the Board may make any
decision the Registration Committee may make, and shall give written notice
of its decision to the applicant.


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


Payment of fees
7(1)  A registered member shall pay the annual fee prescribed by the
by-laws to the Association Registrar or to any person authorized by the
Association Registrar to accept payment of the fee.

(2)  A registered member who applies for renewal of registration after the
annual renewal date prescribed by the Board shall pay the late renewal fee
prescribed by the by-laws to the Association Registrar or to any person
authorized by the Association to accept payment of the fee.


Annual membership card
8(1)  The Association Registrar shall issue an annual membership card in
accordance with the by-laws to a person

     (a)  whose registration is not under suspension or cancelled, and

     (b)  who has paid the annual fee.

(2)  A member's registration expires annually on the date prescribed in the
by-laws, unless it is renewed.


Registration as professional chemist
9(1)  An applicant who

     (a)  produces documentation satisfactory to the Registration
Committee that shows that the applicant has obtained

               (i)  an undergraduate degree or graduate degree in
chemical sciences from the University of Alberta, the University of
Lethbridge or the University of Calgary, or

               (ii) an undergraduate degree or graduate degree in
chemical sciences from another educational institution that is, in the
opinion of the Registration Committee, substantially equivalent to a degree
referred to in subclause (i),

     and

     (b)  has at least 24 months of work experience in the practice of
chemistry that is acceptable to the Registration Committee,

is entitled to be registered as a professional chemist.

(2)  Notwithstanding subsection (1), the following applicants are also
entitled to be registered as professional chemists:

     (a)  an applicant who has obtained a combination of academic
qualifications and experience that, in the opinion of the Registration
Committee is substantially equivalent to the requirements of subsection
(1);

     (b)  an applicant who

               (i)  has completed and passed the Graduate Record
Exam(s) (GRE), Chemistry Section(s) recognized by the Registration
Committee, and

               (ii) has at least 60 months of work experience in the
practice of chemistry that is acceptable to the Registration Committee;

     (c)  an applicant who is the equivalent of a professional chemist in
good standing with a reciprocal association recognized by the Board.


Registration as chemist-in-training
10   An applicant who meets the academic requirements of section 9(1)(a) or
(2)(b)(i) but does not have the required work experience is entitled to be
registered as a chemist-in-training.


Renewal of registration
11(1)  A professional chemist or chemist-in-training who applies for a
renewal of registration is entitled to have the registration renewed if the
applicant

     (a)  provides evidence that

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

                         (A)  obtained at least 1200 hours of work
experience in the practice of chemistry that is acceptable to the
Registration Committee, and

                         (B)  obtained at least 150 professional
development credits,

               or

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

                         (A)  obtained at least 400 hours of work
experience in the practice of chemistry that is acceptable to the
Registration Committee, and

                         (B)  obtained at least 50 professional
development credits,

     and

     (b)  pays the renewal fee prescribed by the by-laws.

(2)  Where an applicant does not meet the requirements of subsection
(1)(a), the Registration Committee may nevertheless register the applicant
subject to any conditions the Registration Committee considers to be
appropriate with respect to completion of the requirements.


Professional development
12(1)  For the purposes of this Regulation, professional development
activity consists of the following:

     (a)  course work;

     (b)  course development;

     (c)  teaching;

     (d)  on-the-job coaching;

     (e)  publishing written professional or technical material;

     (f)  attendance at conferences or seminars;

     (g)  reading professional or technical material;

     (h)  contributing to the activities or administration of the
Association;

     (i)  any other activity that the Practice Review Committee considers
to be a professional development activity.

(2)  The Registration Committee may grant professional development credits
to a registered member for the satisfactory completion of a professional
development activity approved by the Practice Review Committee.

(3)  The Board shall establish a schedule setting out the number of
professional development credits assigned to each professional development
activity.


Practice Review Committee
13(1)  There is hereby established the Practice Review Committee consisting
of

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

     (b)  at least 3 other professional chemists who are not members of
the Board.

(2)  The members of the Practice Review Committee must be appointed by the
Board in accordance with the by-laws.

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

(4)  A quorum for a meeting of the Practice Review Committee is a majority
of its members.


Powers and duties of Practice Review Committee
14   The Practice Review Committee

     (a)  may, on its own initiative, and shall, at the request of the
Board, inquire into and report to and advise the Board in respect of

               (i)  the assessment and development of educational
standards and work experience requirements that are conditions precedent to
registration as a professional chemist,

               (ii) the evaluation of desirable standards of competence
of professional chemists generally,

               (iii)     any other matter that the Board from time to time
considers necessary or appropriate in connection with the exercise of its
powers and the performance of its duties in relation to competence in the
practice of chemistry under this Regulation, and

               (iv) the practice of chemistry generally;

     (b)  may, with the approval of the Board, conduct a review of the
practice of a registered member.


Notice
15   The Practice Review Committee shall give reasonable notice to a
registered member of its intention to conduct a review of the practice of
the registered member.


Reports and recommenda-tions
16   After each inquiry or review under section 14, the Practice Review
Committee

     (a)  shall make a written report to the Board on the inquiry or
review and, where appropriate, on its decision,

     (b)  may make recommendations, together with reasons, to the Board
regarding the matter inquired into or reviewed, 

     (c)  may make recommendations to a registered member as to that
member's conduct in the practice of chemistry, and

     (d)  shall, if it is of the opinion that the conduct of a registered
member constitutes or may constitute either unskilled practice of the
profession or professional misconduct within the meaning of section 19 of
the Act, forthwith refer the matter relating to that conduct to the chair
of the Discipline Committee to be dealt with under Part 3 of the Act, and
in such a case the Discipline Committee shall deal with it as if it were a
complaint.


Discipline Committee
17(1)  There is hereby established the Discipline Committee consisting of

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

     (b)  3 other professional chemists who are not members of the Board.

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

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

(4)  A quorum for a meeting of the Discipline Committee is a majority of
its members.


Costs
18(1)  The Discipline Committee, with respect to hearings before it, and
the Board, with respect to reviews by it, may order the investigated person
to pay the following costs:

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


Cancellation and suspension
19(1)  The registration of a registered member is cancelled or suspended
when the decision to cancel or suspend the registration is made in
accordance with the Act or this Regulation.

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

     (a)  the date of the cancellation or suspension,

     (b)  the period of suspension, and

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

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


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


Non-payment of fees
21   If a registered member is in default of payment of annual fees,
penalties, costs or any other fees, dues or levies payable under the Act,
the Association Registrar shall, on the direction of the Board, cancel or
suspend the registration of that person on the expiration of 30 days
following service on that person of a written notice from the Board
demanding payment of the amount due, unless the amount due is paid before
that date.


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


Use of title
23(1)  A professional chemist may use the title "Professional Chemist" and
the abbreviations "P.Chem" and "PChem".

(2)  A chemist in training may use the title "Chemist-in-training" and the
abbreviations "C.I.T." and "CIT".


Transitional
24   The Association Registrar shall enter in the register of professional
chemists or chemists-in-training the name of a person who, on the coming
into force of this Regulation, is registered as a professional chemist or
chemist-in-training, as the case may be, under the by-laws of the
Association.


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     Alberta Regulation 249/2001

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

     DESIGNATION REGULATION

     Filed:  December 19, 2001

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 494/2001) on December 19,
2001 pursuant to sections 2 and 7 of the Young Offenders Act (Canada) and
section 32 of the Young Offenders Act (Alberta).


     Table of Contents

Provincial directors     1
Youth workers  2
Temporary detention, secure custody and open custody   3
Temporary detention and secure custody  4
Open custody and secure custody    5
Open custody   6
Repeal    7
Expiry    8


Provincial directors
1   The following are designated as provincial directors:

     (a)  an employee, under the administration of the Solicitor General
who holds a position with a title as follows:

               (i)  Assistant Deputy Minister, Correctional Services;

               (ii) Executive Director, Young Offender Branch;

               (iii)     Director, Partnerships and Community Justice;

               (iv) Director, Community Programs;

               (v)  Director, Temporary Absence Program;

               (vi) Centre Director;

               (vii)     Chief Probation Officer;

               (viii)    Community Corrections Manager;

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

               (i)  General Manager, Community and Neighbourhood
Services;

               (ii) Manager, Children and Youth Services Division;

               (iii)     Supervisor, Children and Youth Services Division;

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


Youth workers
2   The following are designated as youth workers:

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

               (i)  Correctional Officer I, II or III;

               (ii) Psychologist I or II;

               (iii)     Nurse I, II or III;

               (iv) Human Service Worker IV;

               (v)  Manager I, II or III;

               (vi) Senior Manager I, II or III;

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

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

     (c)  a Probation Officer in the Community and Neighbourhood
Services, Children and Youth Services Division, City of Calgary.


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

     (h)  Enviros/Excel Group Home, Calgary, Alberta.


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

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

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

               (ii) in which no adult prisoner is located;

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

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


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

     (a)  Howard House of Edmonton, Alberta;

     (b)  Counterpoint House of Edmonton, Alberta;

     (c)  Hall Child and Family Services, Calgary, Alberta;

     (d)  Poundmaker's Adolescent Alcohol Treatment Centre, St. Paul,
Alberta;

     (e)  Shunda Creek Youth Corrections Camp.


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

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

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

     (c)  Enviros Base Camp;


Repeal
7   The Designation Regulation (AR 36/97) is repealed.


Expiry
8   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be re-passed
in its present or an amended form following a review, this Regulation
expires on March 31, 2007.


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     Alberta Regulation 250/2001

     Regulations Act

     DISPENSING WITH PUBLICATION REGULATION

     Filed:  December 19, 2001

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 501/2001) on December 19,
2001 pursuant to section 3 of the Regulations Act.


1   The Lieutenant Governor in Council, being of the opinion that the
Regulation to Amend AR 175/2000, filed as AR 215/2001

     (a)  is available in printed form to all persons who are likely to
be interested in it, and

     (b)  is of such length as to render its publication in The Alberta
Gazette undesirable and unnecessary

dispenses with the publication of AR 215/2001.


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     Alberta Regulation 251/2001

     Regulations Act

     MISCELLANEOUS CORRECTION (RSA 2000) REGULATION

     Filed:  December 19, 2001

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 502/2001) on December 19,
2001 pursuant to section 10 of the Regulations Act.


1(1)  The Alberta Rules of Court (AR 390/68) are amended by this section.

(2)  Section 442(b) is amended by striking out "1(1)(w)" and substituting
"1(1)(x)".

(3)  Section 442(c) is amended by striking out "1(1)(kk)" and substituting
"1(1)(ll)".

(4)  Section 442(d) is amended by striking out "1(1)(ll)" and substituting
"1(1)(mm)".

(5)  Section 605(7) is amended by striking out "36" and substituting "9.6".


2(1)  The Dental Mechanics Regulation (AR 315/69) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 7(1)(e) is amended by striking out "18" and substituting "19".

(3)  Section 16(a) is amended by striking out "20 or 23(1)" and
substituting "21 or 24(1)".


3(1)   The Builders' Lien Form Regulations (AR 226/70) are amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 3(1) is amended by striking out "25" and substituting "34".

(3)  Section 3(2) is amended by striking out "26.1" and substituting "36."

(4)  Section 4 is amended by striking out "section 25, subsections (5) and
(6)" and substituting "section 34(5) and (6)".

(5)  Section 5 is amended by striking out "28" and substituting "39".

(6)  Section 6 is amended by striking out "32" and substituting "43".

(7)  Section 7 is amended by striking out "34" and substituting "47".

(8)  Section 8 is amended by striking out "38" and substituting "52".

(9)  Form 8 is amended by striking out "section 38" and substituting
"section 52".


4(1)  The Forest and Prairie Protection Regulations (AR 135/72) are amended
by this section.

(2)  Section 3 is amended by striking out "18" and substituting "19".

(3)  Section 6 is amended by striking out "25" and substituting "26".

(4)  Sections 21 and 22 are amended by striking out "13" and substituting
"14".

(5)  Sections 23 and 24 are amended by striking out "12" and substituting
"13" and by striking out "28" and substituting "30".

(6)  Section 29 is amended by striking out "35" wherever it occurs and
substituting "37".


5(1)  Section 30 Exemption Regulation (AR 220/74) is amended by this
section.

(2)  The title is amended by striking out "30" and substituting "43".

(3)  Section 3 is amended by striking out "30" wherever it occurs and
substituting "43".


6(1)  The Dispositions Regulations (AR 241/77) are amended by this section.

(2)  Section 1.1 is amended by striking out "9(c)" and substituting
"10(c)".


7(1)  The Section 84 Declaration Regulations (AR 329/78) are amended by
this section.

(2)  The title is amended by striking out "84" and substituting "90".


8(1)  The Section 9 Declaration Regulation (AR 333/78) is amended by this
Regulation.

(2)  The title is amended by striking out "9" and substituting "14".


9(1)  The Mechanical Recording of Evidence Act Regulation (AR 398/78) is
amended by this section. 

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

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


10(1)  The Archaeological Research Permit Regulation (AR 124/79) is amended
by this section.

(2)  Section 12(3) is amended by striking out "17" and substituting "21".

(3)  Section 13 is amended by striking out "section 16 of the  Department
of the Environment Act" and substituting "section 4 of Schedule 5 of the
Government Organization Act".


11(1)  The Foreign Ownership of Land Regulations (AR 160/79) are amended by
this section.

(2)  Section 11 is amended by striking out "3(1.1)" and substituting
"2(2)".

(3)  Section 23 is repealed.


12(1)  The Notaries Public Forms Regulation (AR 26/80) is amended by this
section. 

(2)  Section 1 is amended by striking out "1(3)" and substituting "2(3)".


13(1)  The City Transportation Regulation (AR 301/80) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 1(b) is amended by striking out "5" and substituting "4".

(3)  The Schedule is amended by striking out "section 4" and substituting
"section 3".


14(1)  The Claims for Benefits Regulation (AR 204/81) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Sections 3(2) and 8(1) are amended by striking out "18.5" and
substituting "25".


15(1)  The Alberta Health Care Insurance Regulation (AR 216/81) is amended
by this section.

(2)  Section 1(4.1) is amended by striking out "13" and substituting "22".

(3)  Section 4.2 is amended by striking out "13" and substituting "22".

(4)  Section 18 is amended by striking out "7" and substituting "17".

(5)  Section 19(b) is amended by striking out "11 or 35" and substituting
"20 or 40".

(6)  Section 22 is amended by striking out "12" and substituting "21".

(7)  Section 30 is amended by striking out "17" and substituting "26".


16(1)  The Coal Conservation Regulation (AR 270/81) is amended by this
section. 

(2)  Section 33 is amended by striking out "150" and substituting "106".


17(1)  The Workers' Compensation Regulation (AR 427/81) is amended by this
section. 

(2)  Section 5(2) is amended by striking out "51(4)" and substituting
"56(4)" and by striking out "51(6)" and substituting "56(7)".

(3)  Section 7(4) is amended by striking out "147" and substituting "153".

(4)  Sections 8 and 8.1 are amended by striking out "27" and substituting
"32".

(5)  Section 8(2)(1) is amended by striking out "28" and substituting "33".

(6)  Section 11 is amended by striking out "131" and substituting "135".

(7)  Section 12 is amended by striking out "97" and substituting "103".

(8)  Section 13 is amended by striking out "99" and substituting "105."

(9)  Section 16(1) is amended by striking out "91" and substituting "97".

(10)  Section 16(1)(b) is amended by striking out "30" and substituting
"39".

(11)  Section 18 is amended by striking out "90" and substituting "96".

(12)  Section 19 is amended by striking out "131" and substituting "135".

(13)  Section 24 is amended by striking out "17(3)" and substituting
"22(5)".


18(1)  The Forms Regulation (AR 480/81) is amended by this section.

(2)  Form 1.1 is amended

     (a)  by striking out "122.12" wherever it occurs and substituting
"123";

     (b)  by striking out "122.11" and substituting "122".

(3)   Form 2.1 is amended by striking out "122.11" wherever it occurs and
substituting "122".

(4)   Forms 4, 5 and 6 are amended by striking out "38" and substituting
"35".

(5)   Form 7 is amended by striking out "39, 108" and substituting "36,
106".

(6)   Forms 8 and 9 are amended by striking out "68" and substituting "64".

(7)   Form 10 is amended by striking out "69" and substituting "66".

(8)   Form 10.1 is amended by striking out "72.4" and substituting "73".

(9)   Forms 11, 11.1 and 12 are amended by striking out "78" and
substituting "77".

(10)   Form 11.1 is amended by striking out "43" and substituting "47".

(11)  Form 12A is amended by striking out "86" and substituting "85".

(12)  Form 13 is amended by striking out "98" and substituting "95".

(13)   Form 14 is amended by striking out "103" and substituting "100".

(14)   Forms 15 and 16 are amended by striking out "105" and substituting
"102".

(15)   Form 17 is amended by striking out "108.1" and substituting "107".

(16)   Forms 18 and 19 are amended by striking out "110" and substituting
"109".

(17)   Form 21.1 is amended by striking out "123" and substituting "125".

(18)   Form 28A is amended by striking out "135.1" and substituting "136".

(19)   Form 29 is amended by striking out "137" wherever it occurs and
substituting "138".

(20)   Form 30 is amended by striking out "122.12, 137 and 146" and
substituting "123, 138 and 148".

(21)   Form 30A is amended by striking out "148.1" and substituting "152".

(22)   Form 31 is amended by striking out "151 and 152" and substituting
"155 and 156".

(23)   Form 31.1 is amended by striking out "152.3" and substituting "161".

(24)   Form 32 is amended by striking out "154" and substituting "164".

(25)   Form 33 is amended by striking out "169" and substituting "179".

(26)   Form 34 is amended by striking out "175" wherever it occurs and
substituting "185".

(27)  Form 35 is amended by striking out "177" wherever it occurs and
substituting "187".

(28)   Form 35 is amended by striking out "179" wherever it occurs and
substituting "189".


19(1)  The Palaeontological Resources Regulation (AR 77/82) is amended by
this section.

(2)  Section 1(c) is amended by striking out "26" and substituting "30".

(3)  Section 3 is amended by striking out "30" and substituting "34".

(4)  Section 4(1) is amended by striking out "26" and substituting "30".

(5)  Section 6 is amended by striking out "29" and substituting "33".

(6)  Section 7 is amended by striking out "29" and substituting "33".

(7)  Section 7(a) is amended by striking out "26" and substituting "30".


20(1)  The Jury Act Regulation (AR 68/83) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 2(2) is amended by striking out "7(2)" and substituting
"8(2)".

(3)  Section 2(4) is amended by striking out "7" and substituting "8".

(4)  Section 3(a) is amended by striking out "7" and substituting "8".

(5)  Section 3(b) is amended by striking out "10(1)" and substituting
"11(1)".

(6)  Section 4(5) is amended by striking out "17" and substituting "18".


21(1)  The Farm Implement Regulation (AR 204/83) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 2(4) is amended by striking out "25" and substituting "26".

(3)  Section 7 is amended by striking out "25(1)" and substituting "26(1)".

(4)  Section 8 is amended by striking out "22(4)" and substituting "23(4)".

(5)  Section 8.1 is amended by striking out "22" and substituting "23".

(6)  Section 8.2 is amended by striking out "7(2)" and substituting "8(2)".


22(1)  The Tobacco Tax Regulation (AR 273/83) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 9(2) is amended by striking out "14.2 or 14.4" and
substituting "35 or 38".

(3)  Section 9.1 is amended by striking out "14.1" and substituting "34".

(4)  Section 13(1) is amended by striking out "3(2)" and substituting
"3(3)".

(5)  Section 14 is amended by striking out "4" and substituting "5".


23(1)  The Fees Regulation (AR 301/83) is amended by this section.

(2)  Sections 12 and 14 are amended by striking out "9(c)" and substituting
"10(c)".


24(1)  The Hydro and Electric Energy Regulation (AR 409/83) is amended by
this section.

(2)  Section 15(1) is amended by striking out "9(1)" and substituting
"11(1)".

(3)  Section 15(2) is amended by striking out "9(3) and (5)" and
substituting "11(3) and (5)".

(4)  Section 17(1) is amended by striking out "9" and substituting "11".

(5)  Section 19 is amended by striking out "40" and substituting "42".

(6)  Section 19 is amended by striking out "7(5) to (11)" and substituting
"9(4) to (9)".


25(1)  The Hospital Foundations Regulation (AR 319/84) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 3 is amended by striking out "78" and substituting "59".


26(1)  The Fees Regulation (AR 72/85) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 1(1) is amended by striking out "3 or 4" and substituting "6
or 7".


27(1)  The Fees Regulation (AR 74/85) is amended by this section.

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


28(1)  The General Regulation (AR 102/85) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 8 is amended by striking out "16" and substituting "17".

(3)  Section 30(5) is amended by striking out "Schedule 12" and
substituting "Schedule 11".

(4)  Section 47 is amended by striking out "9" and substituting "10".


29(1)  The Court Rules and Forms Regulation (AR 184/85) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Form 9 is amended by striking out "17" and substituting "19".

(3)  Form 12 is amended by striking out "20" and substituting "22".

(4)  Form 18 is amended by striking out "46" and substituting "48".


30(1)  The General Regulation (AR 192/85) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 5(1) and (2) are amended by striking out "33" and substituting
"35".

(3)  Section 5(4) is amended by striking out "86" and substituting "120".

(4)  Section 6 is amended by striking out "92" and substituting "127".

(5)  Schedule 1, Form 1 is amended by striking out "7" and substituting
"8".

(6)  Form 2 is amended by striking out "7" and substituting "8".

(7)  Form 3 is amended by striking out "8" and substituting "9".

(8)  Form 4 is amended by striking out "8" and substituting "9".

(9)  Form 5 is amended by striking out "10" and substituting "11".

(10)  Form 6 is amended

     (a)  by striking out "section 9" and substituting "section 10";

     (b)  by striking out "section 12" and substituting "section 14";

     (c)  by striking out "section 32" and substituting "section 34".

(11)  Form 7 is amended by striking out "41" and substituting "43".

(12)  Form 8 is amended by striking out "72" and substituting "106".

(13)  Form 10 is amended by striking out "33" and substituting "35".


31(1)  The Forms Regulation (AR 193/85) is amended by this section. 

(2)  Section 1(1) and (2) are amended by striking out "33" and substituting
"22".

(3)  Section 2 is amended by striking out "34" and substituting "23".

(4)  Section 3(1) is amended by striking out "42" and substituting "32".

(5)  Form 1 is amended by striking out "4" wherever it occurs and
substituting "5".

(6)  Form 2 is amended by striking out "49" wherever it occurs and
substituting "39".

(7)  Form 3 is amended by striking out "49" wherever it occurs and
substituting "49".

(8)  Form 3 is amended by striking out "50" and substituting "40".

(9)  Form 4 is amended by striking out "53" wherever it occurs and
substituting "43".

(10)  Form 5 is amended by striking out "54" wherever it occurs and
substituting "44".

(11)  Form 7 is amended by striking out "57" wherever it occurs and
substituting "47".

(12)  Form 8 is amended by striking out "60" wherever it occurs and
substituting "50".

(13)  Form 9 is amended by striking out "61" wherever it occurs and
substituting "51".

(14)  Form 9 is amended by striking out "49" and substituting "39".

(15)  Form 9 is amended by striking out "53" and substituting "43".

(16)  Form 9 is amended by striking out "54" and substituting "44".

(17)  Form 9 is amended by striking out "57" and substituting "47".

(18)  Form 9 is amended by striking out "60 or 62" and substituting "50 or
52".

(19)  The "For Information Only" note is amended by striking out "61" and
substituting "51".


32(1)  The Nursing Homes General Regulation (AR 232/85) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 1(b) is amended by striking out "16" and substituting "9".

(3)  Section 3 is amended by striking out "16" and substituting "9".

(4)  Section 7 is amended by striking out "8" and substituting "3".

(5)  Section 12(9)(b) is amended by striking out "49" and substituting
"59".

(6)  Section 12(10) is amended by striking out "20" and substituting "42".


33(1)  The Food Regulation (AR 240/85) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 14(b) is amended by striking out "72" and substituting "62".

(3)  Section 15(1)(c) is amended by striking out "72" and substituting
"62".

(4)  Forms 3, 4 and 5 are amended by striking out "section 4" and
substituting "section 5".


34(1)  The Nuisance and General Sanitation Regulation (AR 242/85) is
amended by this section.

(2)  Section 3 is amended by striking out "72" and substituting "62".


35(1)  The Swimming Pool Regulation (AR 247/85) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 3 is amended by striking out "72" and substituting "62".


36(1)  The Treatment Services Regulation (AR 248/85) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 1 is amended by striking out "22" and substituting "12".

(3)  Section 6.1(1) is amended by striking out "22" and substituting "12".


37(1)  The Waiver Regulation (AR 249/85) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 7 is amended by striking out "4" and substituting "5".


38(1)  The Medical Radiation Technologists Regulation (AR 327/85) is
amended by this section.

(2)  Section 1(b) is amended by striking out "4.2" and substituting "8".

(3)  Section 1(k) is amended by striking out "7.4" and substituting "15".

(4)  Section 4 is amended by striking out "16" and substituting "34".

(5)  Section 6(1) is amended by striking out "16" wherever it occurs and
substituting "34".

(6)  Section 6(2) and (3) are amended by striking out "16" and substituting
"34".

(7)  Section 12.1 is amended by striking out "7.3" and substituting "14".

(8)  Section 12.4 is amended by striking out "7.8" and substituting "18".


39(1)  The Optometry Profession Standards of Practice Regulation (AR
389/85) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 33.2 is amended by striking out "1(g)" and substituting
"1(h)".


40(1)  The Maintenance Enforcement Regulation (AR 2/86) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 1(c) is amended by striking out "13" and substituting "17".

(3)  Section 2(2) is amended by striking out "8" and substituting "9".

(4)  Section 2.2(1), (2), (4) and (5) are amended by striking out "11.3"
and substituting "15".

(5)  Section 5(1) is amended by striking out "18" and substituting "24".

(6)  Section 5(2) is amended by striking out "19" and substituting "25".

(7)  Section 5(2.01) is amended by striking out "13(2)" and substituting
"17(4)".

(8)  Section 5(8) and (9) are amended by striking out "35.2" and
substituting "44".

(9)  Section 7(3) is amended by striking out "16 or 19" and substituting
"21 or 25".

(10)  Section 7(4) is amended by striking out "16 or 18" and substituting
"21 or 24".

(11)  Section 7(5) is amended by striking out "17" and substituting "23".

(12)  Section 7(6) is amended by striking out "35.2" and substituting "44".

(13)  Section 8 is amended by striking out "13" and substituting "17".

(14)  Section 16(3) is amended by striking out "13" and substituting "17".

(15)  Section 18(3) is amended by striking out "13(2.1, 13(2.2)" and
substituting "17(5), 17(6)".

(16)  Section 18(4) is amended by striking out "13(2.2)" and substituting
"17(6)".

(17)  Section 19(a) is amended by striking out "24" and substituting "30".

(18)  Section 20 is amended by striking out "13.1" and substituting "18".

(19)  Section 21(1) is amended by striking out "16.1(2.1)" and substituting
"22(3)".

(20)  Section 21(2(a) and (b) are amended by striking out "24" and
substituting "30".

(21)  Section 21(4) is amended by striking out "16.1" and substituting
"22".

(22)  Form 1 is amended by striking out "20" and substituting "26".

(23)  Form 7 is amended by striking out "35.2" and substituting "44".


41(1)  The Ophthalmic Dispensing Regulation (AR 69/86) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 1(b) and (c) are amended by striking out "34" and substituting
"52".

(3)  Section 10 is amended by striking out "34" and substituting "52".

(4)  Section 18 is amended by striking out "34" and substituting 52"".


42(1)  The Chiropractic Profession Regulation (AR 356/86) is amended by
this section.

(2)  Section 19(1) is amended by striking out "58" and substituting "62".


43(1)  The Guarantee Regulation (AR 361/86) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 3(1) is amended by striking out "74" and substituting "71".


44(1)  The Psychology Profession Regulation (AR 72/87) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 13.1(1) is amended by striking out "46" and substituting "49".

(3)  Section 13.1(1) is amended by striking out "54(7)" and substituting
"57(8)".

(4)  Section 13.2(1) is amended

     (a)  in clause (a) by striking out "45" and substituting "48";

     (b)  in clause (b) by striking out "54" and substituting "57".

(5)  The Schedule, section 20 is amended by striking out "section 3"
wherever it occurs and substituting "section 4".


45(1)  The Pipeline Regulation (AR 122/87) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 1(3) is amended by striking out "(a.05)" and substituting
"(e)".

(3)  Section 20 is amended by striking out "31.1" and substituting "32".

(4)  Section 21(1) is amended by striking out "31.1" and substituting "32".

(5)  Section 22(1)(a) is amended by striking out "42.1" and substituting
"42".

(6)  Section 22(2) is amended by striking out "42.1" and substituting "42".

(7)  Section 22(3) is amended by striking out "31.1" and substituting "32".

(8)  Section 73 is amended by striking out "34" and substituting "33".

(9)  Section 74 is amended by striking out "34" and substituting "33".

(10)  Section 75 is amended by striking out "34" and substituting "33".


46(1)  The Fuel Tax Regulation (AR 388/87) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 1.01(1) is amended by striking out "(1)(o)" and substituting
"(k)".

(3)  Section 2(1) is amended by striking out "3" and substituting "5".

(4)  Section 2(2) is amended by striking out "2(1.3)" and substituting
"3(4)".

(5)  Section 2(3) is amended by striking out "2(1)(b) or (e)" and
substituting "3(1)(b) or (d)".

(6)  Section 2(4) is amended by striking out "2(1)(d)" and substituting
"3(1)(c)".

(7)  Section 4.1(1) is amended by striking out "2.1" and substituting "4".

(8)  Section 5(1) and (2) is amended by striking out "4" and substituting
"7".

(9)  Section 7.1(2) is amended by striking out "7" wherever it occurs and
substituting "11".

(10)  Section 7.1(3) is amended by striking out "10" and substituting "14".

(11)  Section 7.1(3)(b) is amended by striking out "7" and substituting
"11".

(12)  Section 11(1) is amended by striking out "4" and substituting "7".

(13)  Section 11(1) is amended by striking out "8(6)" and substituting
"12(4)".

(14)  Section 12.2(1) and (3) are amended by striking out "2" and
substituting "3".

(15)  Section 13 is amended by striking out "14" and substituting "20".

(16)  Section 14(4) is amended by striking out "4" and substituting "7".

(17)  Section 14(4) is amended by striking out "8(6)" and substituting
"12(4)".

(18)  Section 19 is amended by striking out "8" and substituting "12".


47(1)  The Hotel Room Tax Regulation (AR 398/87) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 5 is amended by striking out "7" and substituting "13".


48(1)  The Psychiatric Nurses Regulation (AR 509/87) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 1(b) is amended by striking out "4.2" and substituting "8".

(3)  Section 1(e) is amended by striking out "7.4" and substituting "15".

(4)  Section 2(a) is amended by striking out "7.3" and substituting "14".

(5)  Section 8(2) and (3) are amended by striking out "16" and substituting
"34".

(6)  Section 14 is amended by striking out "7.8" and substituting "18".


49(1)  The Penalty Regulation (AR 29/88) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 2 is amended by striking out "16.1" and substituting "18".


50(1)  The Acupuncture Regulation (AR 42/88) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 1(e) is amended by striking out "5" and substituting "9".

(3)  Section 4(1) is amended by striking out "16" wherever it occurs and
substituting "34".

(4)  Section 4(2) is amended by striking out "16" and substituting "34".

(5)  Section 5 is amended by striking out "16" and substituting "34".


51(1)  The Hearing Aid Practitioners Regulation (AR 43/88) is amended by
this section.

(2)  Section 1(e) is amended by striking out "7.4" and substituting "15".

(3)  Section 6 is amended by striking out "16" and substituting "34".

(4)  Section 12 is amended by striking out "7.8" and substituting "18".


52(1)  The Oil Sands Conservation Regulation (AR 76/88) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 2 is amended by striking out "13 or 14" and substituting "12
or 13".


53(1)  The Small Power Research and Development Regulation (AR 336/88) is
amended by this section.

(2)  Section 1(2) is amended by striking out "3" and substituting "4".

(3)  Section 1(3) is amended by striking out "3(1)(b) and (1.2)" and
substituting "4(1)(b) and (3)".

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

(5)  Section 5.1 is amended by striking out "3" and substituting "4".

(6)  Section 9(a) is amended by striking out "9" and substituting "11".

(7)  Section 10(1) is amended by striking out "2" and substituting "3".

(8)  Section 10(2)(a) is amended by striking out "2" and substituting "3".

(9)  Section 10(2)(b) is amended by striking out "3(3)" and substituting
"4(5)".

(10)  Section 12(1)(a) is amended by striking out "3(2)" and substituting
"4(4)".

(11)  Section 14(3) is amended by striking out "1.1" and substituting "2".


54(1)  The School Buildings and Tendering Regulation (AR 383/88) is amended
by this section.

(2)  Section 1(d) is amended by striking out "189" and substituting "202".

(3)  Section 2 is amended by striking out "190" and substituting "203".

(4)  Section 7(1)(b)(iii) is amended by striking out "184" and substituting
"197".


55(1)  The Combined Laboratory X-ray Technician Regulation (AR 391/88) is
amended by this section.

(2)  Section 1(1)(a.1) is amended by striking out "7.9(2)" and substituting
"19(3)".

(3)  Section 1(1)(f.1) is amended by striking out "7.4" and substituting
"15".

(4)  Section 5(1) is amended by striking out "10.1" and substituting "24".

(5)  Section 5(1)(c)(iv), (2) and (3) are amended by striking out "10.1"
and substituting "24".

(6)  Section 14 is amended by striking out "7.3" wherever it occurs and
substituting "14".

(7)  Section 15 is amended by striking out "7.5" and substituting "16".

(8)  Section 16 is amended by striking out "7.6" and substituting "17".

(9)  Section 17 is amended by striking out "7.8" and substituting "18".


56(1)  The Chemical Hazards Regulation (AR 393/88) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 1(c) is amended by striking out "25" and substituting "31".

(3)  Section 12 is amended by striking out "24" and substituting "29".

(4)  Section 44 is amended by striking out "17" and substituting "22".

(5)  Section 46 is amended by striking out "19" and substituting "24".

(6)  Section 51 is amended by striking out "17" and substituting "22".

(7)  Section 53 is amended by striking out "19" and substituting "24".

(8)  Section 58 is amended by striking out "17" and substituting "22".


57(1)  The Adoption Regulation (AR 3/89) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 1(d) is amended by striking out "84" and substituting "118".

(3)  Section 1.01 is amended by striking out "66.2" and substituting "78".

(4)  Section 1.1(d)(ii) is amended by striking out "68.11" and substituting
"84".

(5)  Section 2(2)(a)(i) is amended by striking out "69.1" and substituting
"87".

(6)  Section 16.1(3)(b) is amended by striking out "61" and substituting
"65".

(7)  Section 18 is amended by striking out "67" and substituting "80".

(8)  Section 29(c) is amended by striking out "66.2" and substituting "78".

(9)  Section 29(e) is amended by striking out "66.1" and substituting "75".

(10)  Section 30(2)(a) is amended by striking out "69.1" and substituting
"87".

(11)  Section 30(2)(d)(i) is amended by striking out "66.2" and
substituting "78".

(12)  Section 35(2) is amended by striking out "66.2" and substituting
"78".

(13)  Section 46(1) is amended by striking out "67.1" and substituting
"81".

(14)  Section 49 is amended by striking out "86" and substituting "120".

(15)  Form 2 is amended by striking out "70.1" and substituting "89" and by
striking out "86" and substituting "120".

(16)  Form 13 is amended by striking out "67.1" and substituting "81".


58(1)  The Ammonite Shell Regulation (AR 59/89) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 1(f) is amended by striking out "26" and substituting "30".

(3)  Section 7(c) is amended by striking out "26" and substituting "30".


59(1)  The Procedures Regulation (AR 233/89) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 2 is amended 

     (a)  in clause (o.1) by striking out "21(1)" and substituting
"27(1)";

     (b)  in clause (p.01) by striking out "3.2(4)" and substituting
"4(4)";

     (c)  in clause (s) by striking out "Schedule 12" and substituting
"Schedule 11".

(3)  Section 4(1) is amended by striking out "21(2) and 26(3)" and
substituting "22(2) and 27(3).

(4)  Section 8(1) is amended by striking out "33" and substituting "34".

(5)  Section 11 is amended by striking out "32" and substituting "33".

(6)  Schedule 2 is amended in Part 3 by striking out "Schedule 12" and
substituting "Schedule 11".

(7)  Schedule 2 is amended by repealing Part 3.1 and substituting the
following:

     PART 3.1

     ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND
     ENHANCEMENT ACT

1   The specified penalty payable for a contravention of section 61 of the
Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act in respect of the activity
designated by Division 1, clause (k) of Schedule 1 to the Activities
Designation Regulation (AR 211/96) is $100.


2   The specified penalty payable for a contravention of section 108(2) of
the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act in respect of visible
emissions prescribed by section 4 of the Substance Release Regulation
(Alta. Reg. 124/93) is $100.


3   The specified penalty payable in respect of a contravention of a
provision of the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act shown in
Column 1 is the amount shown in Column 2 in respect of that provision.

     Column 1  Column 2
     (Section  (Specified
Item Number of Penalty in
Number    Act) Dollars)

1    178  100
2    179  100
3    180  100
4    181  100
5    182  100

(8)  Schedule 2 is amended by repealing Parts 5 and 5.1 and substituting
the following:

     PART 5

     FUEL TAX ACT

1   The specified penalty payable in respect of a contravention of a
provision of the Fuel Tax Act shown in Column 1 is the amount shown in
Column 2 in respect of that provision.  

     Column 1  Column 2
Item (Section  (Specified 
Number    Number of Penalty in
     Act) Dollars)

1    8(1) 150
2    10(1)(a),(b),(c),(d)     150
3    10(2)     150
4    11(1)     150


     PART 5.1

     GAMING AND LIQUOR ACT

1   The specified penalty payable in respect of a contravention of a
provision of the Gaming and Liquor Act shown in Column 1 is the amount
shown in Column 2 in respect of that provision. 


2   An "X" in Column 3 indicates that proceedings in respect of the offence
may be commenced by a violation ticket issued under either Part 2 or Part 3
of the Provincial Offences Procedure Act. 

     Column 1  Column 2  Column 3
Item (Section  (Specified     (Part 2/Part 3
Number    Number of Penalty in     Violation
     Act) Dollars)  Ticket)

 1   69(1)(b)(c)    200
 2   69(2)(a)(b)    150
 3   70   100
 4   74(2)     100
 5   74(3)     500
 6   75   150
 7   84   250  X
 8   87(1)     100
 9   87(2)     150
10   89(1)     100
11   115(1)    100


3   The specified penalty payable in respect of a contravention of section
50 of the Gaming and Liquor Act for the unlawful possession of liquor is
$200.

(9)  Schedule 2 is amended by repealing Parts 12 and 13 and substituting
the following:

     PART 12 

     LIVESTOCK IDENTIFICATION AND 
     BRAND INSPECTION ACT

1   The specified penalty payable in respect of a contravention of a
provision of the Livestock Identification and Brand Inspection Act shown in
Column 1 is the amount shown in Column 2 in respect of that provision.  

     Column 1  Column 2
Item (Section  (Specified 
Number    Number of Penalty in
     Act) Dollars)

1    44   100
2    42(a)      50
3    42(b)      75
4    42(c)      50
5    47(1)      75
6    47(2)      75
7    50    75


     PART 13

     LIVESTOCK AND LIVESTOCK
     PRODUCTS ACT 

1   The specified penalty payable in respect of a contravention of the
Livestock and Livestock Products Act shown in Column 1 is the amount shown
in Column 2 in respect of that provision.  

     Column 1  Column 2
Item (Section  (Specified 
Number    Number of Penalty in
     Act) Dollars)

1    4(2) 100

(10)  Schedule 2 is amended by repealing Part 20.1 and substituting the
following:

     PART 20.1

     RESIDENTIAL TENANCIES ACT

1   The specified penalty payable in respect of a contravention of the
Residential Tenancies Act shown in Column 1 is the amount shown in Column 2
in respect of that provision.

Item Column 1  Column 2
Number    (Section  (Specified
     Number of Penalty in
     Act) Dollars)

 1   6(2)     150
 2   17       150
 3   23       250
 4   45       150
 5   46(1)         150
 6   46(3)         150
 7   47       150
 8   48(2)         150
 9   48(6)         150


(11)  Schedule 2 is amended by repealing Parts 21 and 21.01 and
substituting the following:

     PART 21

     STRAY ANIMALS ACT 

1   The specified penalty payable in respect of a contravention of the
Stray Animals Act shown in Column 1 is the amount shown in Column 2 in
respect of that provision. 

     Column 1  Column 2
Item (Section  (Specified 
Number    Number of Penalty in
     Act) Dollars)

1    37(1)      50
2    37(2)      75


     PART 21.01

     TOBACCO TAX ACT

1   The specified penalty payable in respect of a contravention of section
3(1) of the Tobacco Tax Act is $200.


2   The specified penalty payable in respect of a contravention of section
4(4) of the Tobacco Tax Act for possession not exceeding 1000 cigarettes or
grams of tobacco over the permitted amount is $200 .


3   Where the person is in possession of more than 1000 cigarettes or grams
of tobacco over the permitted amount, the person is required to appear
before a justice without the alternative of making a voluntary payment.

(12)  Schedule 2 is amended by repealing Part 22 and substituting the
following:


     PART 22

     WILDLIFE ACT

1   The specified penalty payable in respect of a contravention of a
provision of the Wildlife Act shown in Column 1 is the amount shown in
Column 2 in respect of that provision. 

     Column 1  Column 2
Item (Section  (Specified 
Number    Number of Penalty in
     Act) Dollars)

1    5(2) 100
2    12(3)     100
3    15   100
4    16(2)     100
5    21(1)(a)(b)(c) 100
6    26(1)      25
7    26(2)      25
8    33(1)(c)  150
9    33(1)(d)  100
10   34    25
11   38(2)     150
12   40(1)     100
          (for offences relating
          to items described in
          numbers 1 to 4 and
          6 to 8 of Item 2 in
          the Schedule to the
          Wildlife Act)
13   40(3)     100
          (for offences relating        to items described in
          number 1 of Item 3
          in the Schedule to the
          Wildlife Act)
14   40(4),(6) 100
15   40(5)      50
16   44   100
17   45(1)(a)(b)    100
18   50    50
19   51(1)(a)(b)    100
20   52(1)     100
21   55(1) (with respect to   50
     birds, and under the
     circumstances, referred
     to in section 136(1)(d)
     of the Wildlife 
     Regulation)
22   57(1)      25
23   59(1)     100
24   64(1)     100
25   67(1)      75
26   68(4)      25
27   69(4)     100
28   70(2)     100
29   80(2)     100
30   81(4)(a)  100
31   87   100
32   101(7)    100


2   Where a person commits an offence 

     (a)  under section 40(1) of the Wildlife Act relating to an item
described in number 5 or 9 of Item 2 in the Schedule to that Act, or

     (b)  under section 40(3) of the Wildlife Act relating to an item
described in number 2 or 3 of Item 3 in the Schedule to that Act, 

the person is required to appear before a justice without the alternative
of making a voluntary payment.


60(1)  The Gas Resources Preservation Regulation (AR 273/89) is amended by
this section.

(2)  Section 3(1) is amended by striking out "13.2" and substituting "15".


61(1)  The Gas Processing Efficiency Assistance Regulation (AR 275/89) is
amended by this section.

(2)  Section 1(1)(c) is amended by striking out "11" and substituting "13".


62(1)  The Mental Health Regulation (AR 309/89) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 3(4) is amended by striking out "46" and substituting "30".


63(1)  The Provincial Court Civil Division Regulation (AR 329/89) is
amended by this section.

(2)  Section 1.1 is amended by striking out "36(1)(a) and (b)" and
substituting "9.6(1)(a) (i)" and by striking out "36(1) of" and
substituting "9.6(1)(a)(i) of".

(3)  Section 2 is amended by striking out "40" and substituting "27".

(4)  Section 4 is amended by striking out "59" and substituting "46".


64(1)  The General Regulation (AR 126/90) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 3(1)(b) is amended by striking out "12(1)" and substituting
"12".


65(1)  The Hospitalization Benefits Regulation (AR 244/90) is amended by
this section.

(2)  Section 1(1)(i) is amended by striking out "26" and substituting "9".

(3)  Section 1(1)(j) is amended by striking out "18.4" and substituting
"24".

(4)  Section 1(1)(bb) is amended by striking out "1(1)(p)" and substituting
"1(p)".

(5)  Section 4(2)(d) is amended by striking out "48" and substituting "31".


66(1)  The Natural Gas Royalty (Pre-1994) Regulation (AR 246/90) is amended
by this section.

(2)  Section 20(b) is amended by striking out "72 or 73" and substituting
"80 or 81".

(3)  Section 26(1)(b)(ii) and (d) and (2)(b) are amended by striking out
"39" and substituting "38".


67(1)  The Operation of Approved Hospitals Regulation (AR 247/90) is
amended by this section.

(2)  Section 12(1) is amended by striking out "41" and substituting "25".

(3)  Section 18(2) is amended by striking out "32(3)(a)" and substituting
"17(3)".


68(1)  The Petroleum Royalty Regulation (AR 248/90) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 5(1)(i) is amended by striking out "25 or 26" and substituting
"38 or 39".

(3)  Section 5(3)(d)(ii) is amended by striking out "21" and substituting
"33".

(4)  Section 7(1)(b) is amended by striking out "72 or 73" and substituting
"80 or 81".

(5)  Section 11(1)(a) is amended by striking out "25 or 26" and
substituting "38 or 39".

(6)  Section 11.1(b) is amended by striking out "39" and substituting "38".

(7)  Section 19(a) is amended by striking out "33" and substituting "44".


69(1)  The Provincial Court Fees and Costs Regulation (AR 18/91) is amended
by this section.

(2)  Section 2(k) is amended by striking out "53" and substituting "40".


70(1)  The Medical Profession Bylaws (AR 129/91) are amended by this
section. 

(2)  Section 6.1 is amended by striking out "20(1)(a.1), 23(1.1)(b) and 30"
and substituting "20(1)(b), 23(2) and 29".


71(1)  The Justice of the Peace Regulation (AR 309/91) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Schedule 2, section 1(b) is amended by striking out "6.3" and
substituting "9".


72(1)  The Livestock Patron's Assurance Fund Regulation (AR 418/91) is
amended by this section.

(2)  Section 9(1) is amended by striking out "10(4)" and substituting
"13(5)".


73(1)  The Experimental Project Petroleum Royalty Regulation (AR 65/92) is
amended by this section.

(2)  Section 3(1) is amended by striking out "72 or 73" and substituting
"80 or 81".


74(1)  The Loan and Trust Corporation Regulation (AR 171/92) is amended by
this section. 

(2)  Section 3 is amended by striking out "1(1)(k)" and substituting
"1(1)(j)".

(3)  Section 11(2) is amended by striking out "169(2)" and substituting
"169(3)".

(4)  Section 34(b)(iii) is amended by striking out "320" and substituting
"321".

(5)  Section 37(5) and (6) are amended by striking out "327 of the Act" and
substituting "327 of the Act (SA 91 cL26.5)".

(6)  Section 42(1) is amended by striking out "311" and substituting "312".

(7)  Section 43 is amended by striking out "323" and substituting "324".

(8)  Section 44(2) is amended by striking out "327 of the Act" and
substituting "327 of the Act (SA 91 cL26.5)".

(9)  Section 50(2) is amended by striking out "277" and substituting "278".

(10)  Section 54(a) is amended by striking out "272 or 273" and
substituting "273 or 274".

(11)  Section 54(b) is amended by striking out "277" and substituting
"278".

(12)  Section 55 is amended by striking out "272 or 273" and substituting
"273 or 274".


75(1)  The Loan and Trust Corporations (Ministerial) Regulation (AR 172/92)
is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 1 is amended by striking out "1(1)(m)" and substituting
"1(1)(l)".

(3)  Schedule 2 is amended by repealing section 1(2).


76(1)  The Residential Tenancies Exemption Regulation (AR 227/92) is
amended by this section.

(2)  Section 2 is amended by striking out "16.1(2.1)" and substituting
"21(3)".


77(1)  The Subsidized Public Housing Regulation (AR 228/92) is amended by
this section.

(2)  Section 2 is amended by striking out "4.1" and substituting "6".

(3)  Section 3(2) is amended by striking out "13" and substituting "14".

(4)  Section 4(2) is amended by striking out "37" and substituting "45".


78(1)  The Residential Tenancies Ministerial Regulation (AR 229/92) is
amended by this section.

(2)  Section 2(2) is amended by striking out "4.1" and substituting "6".

(3)  Section 3 is amended by striking out "13(2.1)" and substituting
"14(3)".

(4)  Section 4(2) is amended by striking out "15.2" and substituting "18".

(5)  Section 5(1) and (2) are amended by striking out "24" and substituting
"28".

(6)  Section 6(2), (3) and (4) are amended by striking out "24" and
substituting "28".

(7)  Form 1 of the Schedule is amended by striking out "15.3" and
substituting "19".

(8)  Form 1 of the Schedule is amended by striking out "9 or 10" and
substituting "11 or 12".

(9)  Form 2 of the Schedule is amended by striking out "15.3" and
substituting "19".

(10)  Form 3 of the Schedule is amended by striking out "23" and
substituting "26".

(11)  Form 3 of the Schedule is amended by striking out "15.3" and
substituting "19".

(12)  Form 3 of the Schedule is amended by striking out "16" and
substituting "20".

(13)  Form 4 of the Schedule is amended by striking out "23.1" and
substituting "27".

(14)  Section 5 of the Schedule is amended by striking out "26.1 and 28.1"
and substituting "30 and 33".


79(1)  The Coal Royalty Regulation (AR 295/92) is amended by striking out
"39" and substituting "40".

(2)  Section 9(1)(b) and 9(2)(b) is amended by striking out "39" and
substituting "40".

(3)  Schedule 2, section 5.1(4) is amended by striking out "39" and
substituting "40".


80(1)  The Scaling Regulation (AR 403/92) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 13 is amended by striking out "52" and substituting "53".


81(1)  The Emergency Medical Technicians Regulation (AR 48/93) is amended
by this section.

(2)  Section 1(m) is amended by striking out "7.4" and substituting "15".

(3)  Section 3 is amended by striking out "9.1" and substituting "22".

(4)  Sections 5, 6, 7 and 8 are amended by striking out "10.1" and
substituting "24".

(5)  Section 16(d) is amended by striking out "7.3" and substituting "14".

(6)  Section 18(d) is amended by striking out "7.6" and substituting "17".

(7)  Section 19 is amended by striking out "7.8" and substituting "18".


82(1)  The Medical Laboratory Technologists Regulation (AR 49/93) is
amended by this section.

(2)  Section 1(e) is amended by striking out "7.4" and substituting "15".

(3)  Section 1(f) is amended by striking out "4.2" and substituting "8".

(4)  Section 2 is amended by striking out "9.1" and substituting "22".

(5)  Section 5(1), (2) and (3) are amended by striking out "10.1" and
substituting "24".

(6)  Section 9 is amended by striking out "7.3" and substituting "14".

(7)  Section 11(a) is amended by striking out "7.6" and substituting "17".

(8)  Section 12 is amended by striking out "7.8" and substituting "18".


83(1)  The Environmental Assessment Regulation (AR 112/93) is amended by
this section.

(2)  Section 2 is amended by striking out "54" and substituting "56".

(3)  Section 2(1)(d) is amended by striking out "41" and substituting "43"
and by striking out "42" and substituting "44".

(4)  Section 2(1)(e) is amended by striking out "42" and substituting "44".

(5)  Section 2(1)(f) is amended by striking out "43" and substituting "45".

(6)  Section 2(1)(g) is amended by striking out "42(5) or 46(2)" and
substituting "44(5) or 48(2)".

(7)  Section 2(1)(h) is amended by striking out "42(6)" and substituting
"44(6)".

(8)  Section 2(1)(i) is amended by striking out "43" and substituting "45".

(9)  Section 2(1)(j) is amended by striking out "46" and substituting "48".

(10)  Section 2(1)(l) is amended by striking out "46" and substituting
"48".

(11)  Section 2(1)(m) is amended by striking out "49" and substituting
"51".

(12)  Section 2(1)(n) is amended by striking out "51" and substituting
"53".

(13)  Section 2(2)(d) is amended by striking out "43" and substituting
"45".

(14)  Section 3(1) is amended by striking out "42" wherever it occurs and
substituting "44".

(15)  Section 4(1) is amended by striking out "43" and substituting "45".

(16)  Section 4(1)(d) and (e) are amended by striking out "42" wherever it
occurs and substituting "44".

(17)  Section 4(2) is amended by striking out "43" and substituting "45".

(18)  Section 5(1) is amended by striking out "43" and substituting "45".

(19)  Section 5(2) is amended by striking out "43" and substituting "45"
and by striking out "42" and substituting "44".

(20)  Sections 6(1) and 7(1) are amended by striking out "46" and
substituting "48".

(21)  Section 8(1) is amended by striking out "48" and substituting "50."


84(1)  The Approvals and Registrations Procedure Regulation (AR 113/93) is
amended by this section.

(2)  Section 1(c) is amended \by striking out "63" and substituting "66".

(3)  Section 8(b) and (c) are amended by striking out "67" and substituting
"70".

(4)  Section 8 is amended by striking out "70" and substituting "73".

(5)  Section 11(2) is amended by striking out "72" and substituting "75".


85(1)  The Environmental Appeal Board Regulation (AR 114/93) is amended by
this section.

(2)  Section 1(b) is amended by striking out "83" and substituting "90".

(3)  Section 1(d) is amended by striking out "84" and substituting "91".

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

(5)  Section 5(1) and (2) are amended by striking out "84" and substituting
"91".

(6)  Section 7(1) is amended by striking out "87" and substituting "95".

(7)  Section 10(5) is amended by striking out "84" and substituting "91".

(8)  Section 12(1) is amended by striking out "84" and substituting "91".

(9)  Section 12(1)(b) is amended by striking out "92" and substituting
"100".

(10)  Section 12(2) is amended by striking out "84" and substituting "91".

(11)  Section 12(2)(d) is amended by striking out "90(4)(a)" and
substituting "98(3)(a)".

(12)  Section 13(d) is amended by striking out "87" and substituting "95".

(13)  Section 17(1), (2) and (3) are amended by striking out "90" and
substituting "98" and by striking out "91" and substituting "99".

(14)  Section 17(4) is amended by striking out "90" and substituting "98".


86(1)  The Conservation and Reclamation Regulation (AR 115/93) is amended
by this section. 

(2)  Section 1 is amended by striking out "Part 5" and substituting "Part
6".

(3)  Section 1(g)(i) is amended by adding "(RSA 1980 cP-30)" after "Act".

(4)  Section 1(i) is amended by striking out "23" and substituting "25".

(5)  Section 1(v)(i) is amended by adding "(RSA 1980 cP-30)" after "Act".

(6)  Sections 4(1) and (2) and 5 are amended by striking out "23" and
substituting "25".

(7)  Section 6(1)(b) is amended by striking out "127" and substituting
"142".

(8)  Section 6(3) is amended by striking out "124" and substituting "139".

(9)  Section 9 is amended by striking out "125, 126, 127 and 227" and
substituting "140, 141, 142 and 241".

(10)  Sections 10 and 11 are amended by striking out "128" and substituting
"143".

(11)  Section 14 is amended by striking out "122" and substituting "137".

(12)  Section 14(c) is amended by striking out "125" and substituting
"140".

(13)  Section 15(1) and (2) are amended by striking out "127" and
substituting "142".

(14)  Section 15.1 is amended by striking out "122" and substituting "137".

(15)  Section 24(1)(a) is amended by striking out "125 or 127" and
substituting "140 or 142".

(16)  Section 24(1)(b) is amended by striking out "128" and substituting
"143" and by striking out "200" and substituting "210".


87(1)  The Disclosure of Information Regulation (AR 116/93) is amended by
this section.

(2)  Section 2(1) and (2) are amended by striking out "33" and substituting
"35".

(3)  Section 2.1 is amended by striking out "33" and substituting "35".


88(1)  The Release Reporting Regulation (AR 117/93) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 2 is amended by striking out "99 to 101" and substituting "110
to 112".

(3)  Section 3(1) is amended by striking out "99 to 101" and substituting
"110 to 112".

(4)  Section 4(1) is amended by striking out "99" and substituting "110"
and by striking out "100" and substituting "111".

(5)  Section 4(2) is amended by striking out "100" wherever it occurs and
substituting "111".


89(1)  The Environmental Protection and Enhancement (Miscellaneous)
Regulation (AR 118/93) is amended by this section. 

(2)  Section 1(1) is amended by striking out "69" and substituting "72"

(3)   Section 1(3) is amended by striking out "84" and substituting "91".

(4)  Section 2(1) is amended by striking out "69" and substituting "72".

(5)  Section 2(2) is amended by striking out "67" and substituting "70" and
by striking out "69" and substituting "72".

(6)  Section 3(1)(b) and (c) are amended by striking out "67" and
substituting "70".

(7)  Section 3(1) is amended by striking out "69" and substituting "72".

(8)  Section 3(2)(b) and (c) are amended by striking out "67" and
substituting "70".

(9)  Section 3(2) is amended by striking out "69" and substituting "72" and
by striking out "70" and substituting "73".

(10)  Section 3(3) is amended by striking out "67" and substituting "70"
and by striking out "70" and substituting "73".

(11)  Section 5(1) is amended by striking out "89" and substituting "97".

(12)  Section 5(4) is amended by striking out "92" and substituting "100".

(13)  Section 7(1) is amended by striking out "123(4)" and substituting
"138(6)".


90(1)  The Enhanced Recovery of Oil Royalty Reduction Regulation (AR
348/93) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 1(g) is amended by striking out "25" and substituting "38" and
by striking out "26" and substituting "39".

(3)  Section 1(o) is amended by striking out "39" and substituting "50".


91(1)  The Natural Gas Royalty Regulation, 1994 (AR 351/93) is amended by
this section.

(2)  Section 11(1)(b) is amended by striking out "72 or 73" and
substituting "80 or 81".

(3)  Section 20(4)(a) is amended by striking out "39(2)(b)" and
substituting "38(2)(b)".

(4)  Section 20(4)(b) is amended by striking out "39.01" and substituting
"39".

(5)  Schedule 3, section 5(4) is amended by striking out "39" and
substituting "38".

(6)  Schedule 3, section 5(7) is amended by striking out "39" and
substituting "38".


92(1)  The Horse Capture Regulation (AR 59/94) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 1(c) and (f) are amended by striking out "8.1" and
substituting "9".

(3)  Section 5(7) is amended by striking out "8.2" and substituting "10".

(4)  Section 12(3) is amended by striking out "12" and substituting "16".


93(1)  The Administrative Items Regulation (AR 83/94) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 4(1), (2) and (3) are amended by striking out "68" and
substituting "72".

(3)  Sections 5(3) and 7 are amended by striking out "45" and substituting
"49".

(4)  Section 11(5)(b) is amended by striking out "30" and substituting
"34".

(5)  Section 37.1(3) is amended by striking out "59(2)" and substituting
"63(3)".


94(1)  The Housing Accommodation Tenancies Regulation (AR 242/94) is
amended by this section.

(2)  Section 8(2) is amended by striking out "5(1), 6(1)(b) or 7(1)(b)" and
substituting "7, 8(1)(b) or 9(b)."


95(1)  The Management Body Operation and Administration Regulation (AR
243/94) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 35(1) is amended by striking out "119" and substituting "124".


96(1)  The Alberta Mental Health Board Regulation (AR 286/94) is amended by
this section.

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

     4(1)  Sections 6(1), (2), 8(9) (except subsection (4)(b) and (c)),
11, 12, 13(4), 14, 15, 20, 21 and 22 of the Regional Health Authorities Act
apply in respect of the Board as if it were a regional health authority.

     (2)  For the purposes of the application of section 9(4)(a) of the
Regional Health Authorities Act to the Board, the reference to section 5 of
the Act shall be read as a reference to section 3 of this Regulation.


97(1)  The Boilers and Pressure Vessels Regulation (AR 293/94) is amended
by this section.

(2)  Section 2 is amended by striking out "28" and substituting "32".

(3)  Section 3 is amended by striking out "55" and substituting "59".

(4)  Section 8(1) is amended by striking out "40" and substituting "44".


98(1)  The Pharmaceutical Profession Regulation (AR 322/94) is amended by
this section.

(2)  Section 15(3) is amended by striking out "89.1" and substituting "90".


99(1)  The Midwifery Regulation (AR 328/94) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 1(e) is amended by striking out "5" and substituting "9".

(3)  Section 2(1) is amended by striking out "9.1" and substituting "22".

(4)  Section 2(2)(b) is amended by striking out "10" and substituting "23".

(5)  Section 3(1) is amended by striking out "9.1" and substituting "22".

(6)  Section 4(1), (2) and (3) are amended by striking out "10.1" and
substituting "24".

(7)  Section 5 is amended by striking out "10(5)(a) and 10.1(7)(a)" and
substituting "23(5)(a) and 24(7)(a)".


100(1)  The Dental Technicians Regulation (AR 392/94) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 3 is amended by striking out "16(1)" and substituting "16".

(3)  Section 4(1)(a) is amended by striking out "16(1)" wherever it occurs
and substituting "16".


101(1)  The Regional Health Authorities (Ministerial) Regulation (AR 17/95)
is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 2(1) is amended by striking out "13" and substituting "14".

(3)  Section 3(2) and (8) are amended by striking out "13" and substituting
"14".


102(1)  The Farming and Ranching Exemption Regulation (AR 27/95) is amended
by this section.

(2)  Section 1 is amended by striking out "1(g)" and substituting "1(s)".


103(1)  The Gas Utilities Core Market Regulation (AR 44/95) is amended by
this section.

(2)  Section 1(1)(h) is amended by striking out "26" and substituting "27".

(3)  Section 1(1)(s) is amended by striking out "26.01" and substituting
"28".

(4)  Section 1(2) is amended by striking out "26.01" and substituting "28".


104(1)  The Boilers Delegated Administration Regulation (AR 54/95) is
amended by this section.

(2)  Section 2(1) is amended by striking out "54" and substituting "58".

(3)  Section 2(2)(e) is amended by striking out "30, 31 and 59" and
substituting "34, 35 and 63".


105(1)  The Surrogate Rules (AR 130/95) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 13(5)(c) is amended by striking out "30(3)" and substituting
"29(3)".

(3)  Section 35(1) is amended by striking out "30" and substituting "29".

(4)  Section 36(1)(b) is amended by striking out "30(1)(a)" and
substituting "29(1)(a)".

(5)  Section 40(2) is amended by striking out "41(6)" and substituting
"40(6)".

(6)  Section 76(a) is amended by striking out "41" and substituting "40".

(7)  Form C11, section 5 is amended by striking out "41 and 42" and
substituting "40 and 41".


106(1)  The Charter Schools Regulation (AR 136/95) is amended by this
section. 

(2)  Section 1(d) is amended by striking out "24.3" and substituting "34".

(3)  Section 4 is amended by striking out "24.4" and substituting "35".

(4)  Section 4(e) is amended by striking out "24.3" and substituting "34".

(5)  Section 14(1) is amended by striking out "64" and substituting "82".

(6)  Section 14(1) is amended by striking out "65" and substituting "83".


107(1)  The Administrative Penalty Regulation (AR 143/95) is amended by
this section.

(2)  Section 2(1) is amended by striking out "223" and substituting "237".

(3)  Section 2(2)(d) is amended by striking out "84(1)(k)" and substituting
"91(1)(n)".

(4)  Section 1 of the Schedule is repealed and the following is
substituted:

     1   Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act

               -  sections 61, 67(1), 75(1), 76, 79, 108(2), 109(2),
110(1) and (2), 111, 112, 137, 148, 149, 155, 157, 163(1) and (3), 169,
170, 173, 178, 179(1) and (2), 180, 182, 188(1), 191, 209, 227(b), (c),
(e), (g) and (i), 251.


108(1)  The Application in Respect of Regional Health Authorities
Regulation (AR 161/95) is amended by this section.

(2)  Sections 1 and 3(1)(a) and (b) are amended by striking out "1.1" and
substituting "2".


109(1)  The Application in Respect of Regional Health Authorities
Regulation (AR 164/95) is amended by this section.

(2)  Sections 1 and 3(1)(a) and (b) are amended by striking out "1.1" and
substituting "2".

(3)  Section 3(2)(a) is amended by striking out "1(o)" and substituting
"1(l)".

(4)  Section 3(2)(b) is repealed.


110(1)  The Authorized Accredited Agencies Regulation (AR 184/95) is
amended by this section.

(2)  Section 1(d) is amended by striking out "26" and substituting "28".

(3)  Section 2(1) is amended by striking out "30, 31, 33, 34, 39, 40, 42
and 45" and substituting "34, 35, 37, 38, 43, 44, 46, and 49".

(4)  Section 5(1) is amended by striking out "45" and substituting "49" and
by striking out "46" and substituting "50".

(5)  Section 5(2) is amended by striking out "45(5)" and substituting
"49(6)".

(6)  Section 5(3) is amended by striking out "40(5)" and substituting
"44(5)".


111(1)  The Permit Regulation (AR 186/95) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 17(1) is amended by striking out "40" and substituting "44".

(3)  Section 26(c) is amended by striking out "60" and substituting "64".

(4)  Section 26(d) is amended by striking out "35" and substituting "39".

(5)  Section 27 is amended by striking out "26" and substituting "30" and
by striking out "30" and substituting "35".

(6)  Section 31(2) is amended by striking out "60" and substituting "64".


112(1)  The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Regulation (AR
200/95) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 1(1)(b) is amended by striking out "82" and substituting "87".

(3)  Section 1(2) is amended by striking out "1(1)(p)(ii)" and substituting
"1(p)(ii)".

(4)  Section 6 is amended by striking out "37(1)(b)" and substituting
"39(1)(b)".

(5)  Section 6 is amended by striking out "38(1)(c)" and substituting
"40(1)(d)".

(6)  Section 8 is amended by striking out "40 and 41" and substituting "42
and 43".

(7)  Section 8(c) is amended by striking out "40(d)" and substituting
"42(d)".

(8)  Section 8(j) is amended by striking out "86(1)" and substituting
"92(1)".

(9)  Section 12(1) is amended by striking out "87(3)" and substituting
"93(3)".

(10)  Section 14 is amended by striking out "31(4)" and substituting
"32(4)".

(11)  Section 15(1)(a.1) is amended by striking out "8" and substituting
"9".

(12)  Section 15(1)(b) is amended by striking out "66(6) and (8), 91(4)"
and substituting "74(7) and (9), 126(4)".

(13)  Section 15(1)(e) is amended by striking out "33(4)" and substituting
"35(4)".

(14)  Section 15(1)(e) is amended by striking out "33(1), and section 33(5)
to (8)" and substituting "35(1), and section 35(5) to (8)".

(15)  Section 15(1)(f) is amended by striking out "257" and substituting
"258".

(16)  Section 15(1)(g) is amended by striking out "11(3)" and substituting
"12(3)".

(17)  Section 15(1)(h) is amended by striking out "31, 34, 118(2), (3) and
(4), and 192(4)" and substituting "44, 45, 146(2), (3) and (4), and
221(4)".

(18)  Section 16(1) is amended by striking out "49(1)" and substituting
"50(1)".

(19)  Section 16(2) is amended by striking out "49(1)" and substituting
"50(1)".

(20)  Section 16(3) is amended by striking out "155" and substituting
"111".

(21)  Section 16(4) is amended by striking out "15(1)" and substituting
"17(1)".

(22)  Section 19 is amended by striking out "91" and substituting "97".

(23)  Schedule 3 is amended by striking out "31(4)" and substituting
"32(4)".

(24)  Schedule 3 is amended by striking out "31" wherever it occurs and
substituting "32".


113(1)  The Teachers' and Private School Teachers' Pension Plans (AR
203/95) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 1(1)(p)(i)(A) is amended by striking out "78 or 94.1" and
substituting "97 or 114".

(3)  Section 1(1)(p)(i)(B) is amended by striking out "77" and substituting
"96".

(4)  Section 1(1)(p)(i)(C) is amended by striking out "77, 78 or 94.1" and
substituting "96, 97 or 114".

(5)  Section 1(1)(y) is amended by striking out "1(1)(s.1)" and
substituting "1(1)(x)".

(6)  Section 1(1)(aaa) is amended by striking out "81(1)" and substituting
"100(1)".

(7)  Section 8 is amended by striking out "81(1)" and substituting
"100(1)".

(8)  Schedule 2, section 1(1)(f)(i)  is amended by striking out "22" and
substituting "28".


114(1)  The Teachers' Pension Plans (Legislative Provisions) Regulation (AR
204/95) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 1(2)(a) is amended by striking out "38(2)" and substituting
"48(2)".


115(1)  The Subdivision and Development Regulation (AR 212/95) is amended
by this section.

(2)  Section 5(3)(f) is amended by adding "(RSA 1980 cP-30)" before
"dated".


116(1)  The Independent Power and Small Power Regulation (AR 285/95) is
amended by this section.

(2)  Section 6.2(2)(a)(i) and (iii) is amended by striking out "3" and
substituting "4".

(3)  Section 6.2(2)(b)(ii) is amended by striking out "3" and substituting
"4".


117(1)  The Mobile Home Sites Tenancies Ministerial Regulation (AR 54/96)
is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 1(b) is amended by striking out "42.1" and substituting "49".

(3)  Section 2(2) is amended by striking out "4.1" and substituting "7".

(4)  Section 3(2) is amended by striking out "17.2" and substituting "21".

(5)  Section 4(1) is amended by striking out "28(2) and (3)" and
substituting "34(2) and (3)."

(6)  Section 4(2) is amended by striking out "28(4)(a)" and substituting
"34(4)(a)".

(7)  Section 5(2), (3) and (4) are amended by striking out "28(9) and
29(7)" and substituting "34(9) and 35(7)".

(8)  Form 1 is amended by striking out "Section 17.3" and substituting
"Section 22".

(9)  Form 1 is amended by striking out "section 10 or 11" and substituting
"section 13 or 14".

(10)  Form 2 is amended by striking out "Section 17.3" and substituting
"Section 22".

(11)  Form 3 is amended by striking out "section 27" and substituting
"section 32".

(12)  Form 3 is amended by striking out "Section 17.3" and substituting
"Section 22".

(13)  Form 3 is amended by striking out "section 20" and substituting
"section 22".

(14)  Form 4 is amended by striking out "section 27.1" and substituting
"section 33".


118(1)  The Real Estate (Ministerial) Regulation (AR 113/96) is amended by
this section

(2)  Section 8(1) and (2) are amended by striking out "68" and substituting
"69".

(3)  Section 9 is amended by striking out "56(5)" and substituting "57(5)".

(4)  Section 10 is amended by striking out "56(5)" and substituting
"57(5)".

(5)  Section 11(1)(a) is amended by striking out "59" and substituting
"60".

(6)  Section 11(1)(b) is amended by striking out "62(3)" and substituting
"63(3)".

(7)  Sections 12 and 13 are amended by striking out "59" and substituting
"60".

(8)  Section 14(1) is amended by striking out "61(1)" and substituting
"62(1)".

(9)  Section 14(2)(a) is amended by striking out "56(5)" and substituting
"57(5)".

(10)  Section 14(2)(b) is amended by striking out "56(9)" and substituting
"57(9)".

(11)  Section 15(1) is amended by striking out "56(4)" and substituting
"57(4)".

(12)  Section 15(2)(a) is amended by striking out "59" and substituting
"60".


119(1)  The Gaming and Liquor Regulation (AR 143/96) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 17(4) is amended by striking out "91" and substituting "94."

(3)  Section 18(2) is amended by striking out "91" and substituting "94".

(4)  Section 81 is amended by striking out "59" and substituting "62".

(5)  Section 87.1 is amended by striking out "80" and substituting "83."

(6)  Section 87.2 is amended by striking out "81" and substituting "84".

(7)  Sections 88, 89 and 90 is amended by striking out "83" and
substituting "86".

(8)  Section 93(1) is amended by striking out "68" and substituting "71".

(9)  Section 98 is amended by striking out "85" and substituting "88".


120(1)  The Crown's Right of Recovery (Ministerial) Regulation (AR 160/96)
is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 1(1)(b) is amended by striking out "17.1" and substituting
"18".

(3)  Section 1(2) is amended by striking out "80" and substituting "61".

(4)  Section 4(1) is amended by striking out "91" and substituting "72".

(5)  Section 5(1) is amended by striking out "93" and substituting "75".

(6)  Section 8(1) is amended by striking out "99.1(2)(a)" and substituting
"82(2)(a)".


121(1)  The Crown's Right of Recovery Regulation (AR 163/96) is amended by
this section.

(2)  Section 1 is amended by striking out "80" and substituting "61".

(3)  Section 3(1) is amended by striking out "85" and substituting "66".


122(1)  The Waste Control Regulation (AR 192/96) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 3 is amended by striking out "179" and substituting "188".

(3)  Section 4 is amended by striking out "179 and 182" and substituting
"188 and 191".

(4)  Section 5 is amended by striking out "182" and substituting "191".

(5)  Sections 17 and 19 are amended by striking out "162" and substituting
"169".

(6)   Section 34 is amended by striking out "161" and substituting "168".

(7)  Section 35(1) is amended by striking out "201" and substituting "211".

(8)  Section 35(2) is amended by striking out "174" and substituting "183".

(9)  Section 36(1) and (2) are amended by striking out "177" and
substituting "186".

(10)  Form 1 is amended by striking out "section 201" wherever it occurs
and substituting "section 211".

(11)  Form 1 is amended by striking out "169, 170, 171, 172 or 173" and
substituting "178, 179, 180 or 182",

(12)  Form 2 is amended by striking out "174" wherever it occurs and
substituting "183".


123(1)  The Tire Recycling and Management Regulation (AR 206/96) is amended
by this section.

(2)  Section 3(1) is amended by striking out "168(ff)" and substituting
"175(jj)".

(3)  Section 4(4) is amended by striking out "38(1)(e)" and substituting
"40(1)(f)".


124(1)   The Dairy Board Regulation (AR 207/96) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 1(1)(b)(ii) is amended by striking out "12" and substituting
"13".

(3)  Section 1(2)(s) is amended by striking out "31" and substituting "30".

(4)  Section 7(3)(b) is amended by striking out "23" and substituting "22".

(5)  Section 25(2) is amended by striking out "12" and substituting "13".


125(1)   The Activities Designation Regulation (AR 211/96) is amended by
this section.

(2)  Section 5(3), 7 and 9(8) are amended by striking out "Part 2.1" and
substituting "Part 3".


126(1)  The Conservation Easement Registration Regulation (AR 215/96)

(2)  Section 1(b) to (f) are amended by striking out "22.1" and
substituting "22".

(3)  Section 1(h) is amended by striking out "22.2" and substituting "23".

(4)  Section 2(1) is amended by striking out "22.2(2)" and substituting
"23(2)".

(5)  Section 2(3) is amended by striking out "22.2(2)(c)" and substituting
"23(2)(c)".

(6)  Section 2(3) is amended by striking out "22.2(2)" and substituting
"23(2)".

(7)  Section 2(4) is amended by striking out "22.2(2)" and substituting
"23(2)".

(8)  Section 4 is amended by striking out "22.2" and substituting "23".

(9)  Form 1 is amended by striking out "22.2" and substituting "23".

(10)  Form 2 is amended by striking out "22.2" and substituting "23".


127(1)  The Crown's Right of Recovery (Minister of Revenue) Regulation (AR
219/96) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 1(2) is amended by striking out "80" and substituting "61".

(3)  Section 1(3) is amended by striking out "99.9 and 99.91" and
substituting "90 and 91" and by striking out "99.5" and substituting "86".

(4)  Section 3(a) is amended by striking out "99.1(2)(a)" and substituting
"82(2)(a)".

(5)  Section 4 is amended by striking out "99.5" and substituting "86".

(6)  Section 5 is amended by striking out "99.6" and substituting "87".

(7)  Section 5(b)(i) is amended by striking out "99.5" and substituting
"86".

(8)  Section 6(1) and (4) are amended by striking out "99.6" and
substituting "87".

(9)  Section 7(1) is amended by striking out "99.5" and substituting "86".

(10)  Section 7(2) is amended by striking out "99.6" and substituting "87".


128(1)   The Agricultural Societies Financial Statement Regulation (AR
233/96) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 1 is amended by striking out "21" and substituting "22".


129(1)  The Alberta School Foundation Fund Regulation (AR 250/96) is
amended by this section.

(2)  Section 1(b)(i) is amended by striking out "3(1)(b)" and substituting
"8(1)(b)".

(3)  Section 1(b)(vi) is amended by striking out "24(1)(a)" and
substituting "30(1)(a)".

(4)  Section 1(c) is amended by striking out "157.2" and substituting
"172".

(5)  Section 3(1) is amended by striking out "159.1(1)" and substituting
"176(1)".

(6)  Section 3(2) is amended by striking out "159.1(4)" and substituting
"176(5)".


130(1)  The Fur Farms Regulation (AR 299/96) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 2 is amended by striking out "6" and substituting "7".


131(1)  The Pesticides Sales, Handling, Use and Application Regulation (AR
24/97) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 1(aa)(i) is amended by adding "(RSA 1980 cP-30)" after "Act".

(3)  Section 3 is amended by striking out "156" and substituting "163".

(4)  Section 4(a) is amended by striking out "156" and substituting "163".


132(1)  The Public Trustee Regulation (AR  34/97) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 4 is amended by striking out "11" and substituting "10".

(3)   Section 5 is amended in the Tariff of Costs by striking out "section
6(2.2)(a)" and substituting "section 6(4)(a)."


133(1)  The Pesticide (Ministerial) Regulation (AR 43/97) is amended by
this section.

(2)  Section 1(1)(h) is amended by striking out "6.1" and substituting "7".


134(1)  The Lubricating Oil Material Recycling and Management Regulation
(AR 82/97) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 3 is amended by striking out "168(ff)" and substituting
"175(jj)".

(3)  Section 4(4) is amended by striking out "38(1)(e)" and substituting
"40(1)(f)".


135(1)  The Beverage Container Recycling Regulation (AR 101/97) is amended
by this section.

(2)  Section 4 is amended by striking out "168(ff)" and substituting
"175(jj)".

(3)  Section 5(4) is amended by striking out "38(1)(e)" and substituting
"40(1)(f)".


136(1)   The Licensed Practical Nurses Regulation (AR 103/97) is amended by
this section.

(2)   Section 1(c.1) is amended by striking out "4.2" and substituting "8".

(3)   Section 1(d) is amended by striking out "7.6" and substituting "17".

(4)   Section 1(h) is amended by striking out "7.4" and substituting "15".

(5)   Section 1(i) is amended by striking out "7.5" and substituting "16".

(6)   Section 2(1) is amended by striking out "9.1" and substituting "22".

(7)   Section 2(2) is amended by striking out "10" wherever it occurs and
substituting "23".

(8)   Section 3(1) is amended by striking out "9.1" and substituting "22".

(9)   Section 4(1) is amended by striking out "10.1" wherever it occurs and
substituting "24".

(10)   Section 5 is amended by striking out "10(5)(a) and 10.1(7)" and
substituting "23(5)(a) and 24(7)".

(11)   Section 10 is amended by striking out "7.3" and substituting "14".

(12)   Section 12(1)(b) is amended by striking out "7.6" and substituting
"17".

(13)   Section 13 is amended by striking out "7.8" and substituting "18".


137(1)  The Vegetable Sales Regulation (AR 105/97) is amended by this
section.

(2)   Section 19 is amended by striking out "4" and substituting "5".

(3)   Section 21(2) is amended by striking out "5" and substituting "6".


138(1)  The Rural Electrification Loan Regulation (AR 139/97) is amended by
this section.

(2)   Section 2(2)(d) is amended by striking out "13(1) and 13.1" and
substituting "15(1) and 16".

(3)   Section 2(2)(e) is amended by striking out "7.1(1.1)" and
substituting "7(2)" and by striking out "6.1(1.1)" and substituting "8(2)". 

(4)  Section 2(3)(a) is repealed and the following is substituted: 

     (a)  the Director retains the right to direct and instruct the power
company for the purposes of sections 7(2)(b) and 16(3) of the REL Act and
sections 8(2)(b), 11(2) and 17(3) of the RELTF Act; 

(5)   Section 2(3)(b) is amended by striking out "15 to 24 of the REL" and
substituting "20 to 29 of the REL".

(6)   Section 2(3)(b) is amended by striking out "15 to 24 of the RELTF"
and substituting "21 to 30 of the RELTF".

(7)   Section 3(2) is amended by striking out "38(1)(e)" and substituting
"40(1)(f)."

(8)   Section 4 is amended by striking out "5(3)(b)" and substituting
"5(4)(b)".


139(1)  The Wildlife Regulation (AR 143/97) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 3(e) is amended by striking out "6.1(1)" and substituting
"7(1)".

(3)  Section 17 is amended by striking out "12" and substituting "9".

(4)  Section 29(1)(d) is amended by striking out "22 or 94" and
substituting "19 or 101".

(5)  Section 32(2) is amended by striking out "28(1)" and substituting
"26(1)".

(6)  Section 49(1) is amended by striking out "38(1) or 96(1)(w)" and
substituting "36(1) or 103(1)(w)".

(7)  Section 52 is amended by striking out "26(3)" and substituting
"24(3)".

(8)  Section 96 is amended by striking out "38(1)" and substituting
"36(1)".

(9)  Section 96(b) is amended by striking out "1(1)(m)(i) or (ii)" and
substituting "1(1)(z)(i) or (ii)".

(10)  Section 112(2) and (3)(a) are amended by striking out "43(1)" and
substituting "42(1)".

(11)  Section 112(3)(b) is amended by striking out "43(2)" and substituting
"42(2)".

(12)  Section 136(1) is amended by striking out "54(2)(c)(ii)" and
substituting "55(2)(c)(ii)".

(13)  Section 1(1)(h) of the Schedules is amended by striking out "10" and
substituting "11".

(14)  Schedule 1, section 2 is amended by striking out "1(1)(g.1)" and
substituting "1(1)(o)".

(15)  Schedule 1, section 3 is amended by striking out "10(1)" and
substituting "7(1)".

(16)  Schedule 1, section 4 is amended by striking out "26(1)" and
substituting "24(1)".

(17)  Schedule 1, section 5 is amended by striking out "26(3)" wherever it
occurs and substituting "24(3)".

(18)  Schedule 1, section 6(1) is amended by striking out "26(1) and 27(1)"
wherever it occurs and substituting "24(1) and 25(1)".

(19)  Schedule 1, section 6(2) is amended by striking out "1(1)(g.1)(ii)"
and substituting "1(1)(o)(ii)" and by striking out "26(1) and 27(1)" and
substituting "24(1) and 25(1)".

(20)  Schedule 1, section 7(1)(a) is amended by striking out "26(1) and
27(1)" and substituting "24(1) and 25(1)" and by striking out "43" and
substituting "42".

(21)  Schedule 1, section 8 is amended by striking out "26(1), 27(1), 38(1)
and 54(1)" and substituting "24(1), 25(1), 36(1) and 55(1)".

(22)  Schedule 1, section 9(1) and (2) are amended by striking out "34(1)"
and substituting "32(1)".

(23)  Schedule 1, section 10 is amended by striking out "40.1, 43(1) and
55(1)" and substituting "39, 42(1) and 56(1)".

(24)  Schedule 1, section 11 is amended by striking out "41(1)" and
substituting "40(1)".

(25)  Schedule 1, section 12(1), (5) and (6) are amended by striking out
"41(1)" and substituting "40(1)".

(26)  Schedule 1, section 13(1) and (2) are amended by striking out "42"
and substituting "41".

(27)  Schedule 1, section 15 is amended by striking out "54(1)" and
substituting "55(1)".

(28)  Schedule 1, section 17 is amended by striking out "54, 57(1), 58,
59(1), 60 and 61" and substituting "55, 57(1), 58, 59(1), 61 and 62".

(29)  Schedule 1, section 19 is amended by striking out "61(1) and (1.1)"
and substituting "62(1) and (2)".

(30)  Schedule 1, section 20 is amended by striking out "61(1) and (1.1)"
wherever it occurs and substituting "62(1) and (2)".

(31)  Schedule 1, section 22 is amended by striking out "61(1) and (1.1)"
and substituting "62(1) and (2)".

(32)  Schedule 1, section 22.1 is amended by striking out "60" and
substituting "61".

(33)  Schedule 1, section 23 is amended by striking out "61(1) and (1.1)"
and substituting "62(1) and (2)".

(34) Schedule 1, section 24 is amended by striking out "61(1) and (1.1)"
and substituting "62(1) and (2)".

(35)  Schedule 1, section 25(2), (3) and (4) are amended by striking out
"61(1) and (1.1)" and substituting "62(1) and (2)".

(36)  Schedule 2, section 2(1) is amended by striking out "97(1)(c)" and
substituting "104(1)(b)".

(37)  Schedule 2, section 3(4) is amended by striking out "38(1)(e)" and
substituting "40(1)(f)".

(38)  Schedule 3, section 2(1) is amended by striking out "97(1)(c)" and
substituting "104(1)(b)".

(39)  Schedule 3, section 3(4) is amended by striking out "38(1)(e)" and
substituting "40(1)(f)".


140(1)  The Forest Resources Improvement Regulation (AR 152/97) is amended
by this section.

(2)   Section 2(1) is amended by striking out "35" and substituting "37".

(3)   Section 4(4) is amended by striking out "38(1)(e)" and substituting
"40(1)(f)".


141(1)  The Dispute Resolution Process Bylaw (AR 168/97) is amended by this
section.

(2)   Section 1(1)(d) is amended by striking out "26" and substituting
"27".


142(1)  The Purchase and Sale of Eggs and Egg Products Regulation (AR
184/97) is amended by this section.

(2)   Section 14(1) is amended by striking out "16" and substituting "35".


143(1)  The Oil Sands Royalty Regulation, 1997 (AR 185/97) is amended by
this section.

(2)  Section 1 is amended by striking out "125.1" and substituting "90".

(3)  Section 1(h)(iii) is amended by striking out "125.1(2)" and
substituting "90(2)".

(4)  Section 7(1) is amended by striking out "125.1" and substituting "90".

(5)  Section 7.1(3)(a) is amended by striking out "125.1(7)" and
substituting "90(7)".

(6)  Section 8(1) is amended by striking out "125.1" and substituting "90".

(7)  Section 10 is amended by striking out "125.1" and substituting "90".

(8)  Section 15(1) is amended by striking out "125.1" and substituting
"90".

(9)  Section 22(2)(b)(ii) is amended by striking out "125.1" and
substituting "90".

(10)  Section 31(1) is amended by striking out "125.1(2)" and substituting
"90(2)".

(11)  Section 31(2) is amended by striking out "125.1(3)" and substituting
"90(3)".

(12)  Section 36(1)(d) is amended by striking out "125.1(7) and (8)" and
substituting "90(7) and (8)".

(13)  Schedule 1, section 4(b) is amended by striking out "125.1(3)(a)" and
substituting "90(3)(a)" and by striking out "125.1(3)(b)" and substituting
"90(3)(b)".

(14)  Schedule 2, section 4(b) is amended by striking out "125.1(3)(a)" and
substituting "90(3)(a)" and by striking out "125.1(3)(b)" and substituting
"90(3)(b)".


144(1)  The Community Health Councils Regulation (AR 202/97) is amended by
this section.

(2)   Section 2(1) is amended by striking out "8(4)" and substituting
"9(4)".

(3)   Section 3(2) is amended by striking out "8" and substituting "9".

(4)   Section 9(1) and (3) are amended by striking out "11" and
substituting "12".


145(1)  The General Fisheries (Alberta) Regulation (AR 203/97) is amended
by this section.

(2)   Sections 51, 54 and 56 are amended by striking out "fisherman" and
substituting "fisher".


146(1)  The Intercountry Adoption Regulation (AR 204/97) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 1 is amended by striking out "Part 6.1" and substituting "Part
7".

(3)   Section 2 is amended by striking out "71.6" and substituting "99".


147(1)   The Passenger Ropeways Standards Regulation (AR 218/97) is amended
by this section.

(2)   Section 2 is amended by striking out "1(1)(k)" and substituting
"1(1)(l)".


148(1)   The Fisheries (Ministerial) Regulation (AR 220/97) is amended by
this section.

(2)   Section 5(1) is amended by striking out "fisherman" wherever it
occurs and substituting "fisher".


149(1)  The Livestock Patrons' Claims Review Tribunal Regulation (AR
257/97) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 3.1(1), (2) and (3) are amended by striking out "11.1" and
substituting "20".

(3)  Section 9(1) is amended by striking out "10.1" and substituting "14".


150(1)  The Mines and Minerals Administration Regulation (AR 262/97) is
amended by this section.

(2)   Section 1(d) is amended by striking out "30.1" wherever it occurs and
substituting "29".

(3)   Section 1(f) is amended by striking out "31" and substituting "30".

(4)   Section 2(1), (2), (3) and (4) are amended by striking out "30.1" and
substituting "29".

(5)   Section 3(1) is amended by striking out "31" and substituting "30".

(6)   Sections 4(2) and 5(2) are amended by striking out "22.1" and
substituting "23".

(7)   Section 14(1) is amended by striking out "44" and substituting "45".

(8)  Section 5(4) is amended by striking out "Part 8" and substituting
"Part 6".

(9)   Section 16(1) and (2) are amended by striking out "24" wherever it
occurs and substituting "23".

(10)   Section 20(3) is amended by striking out "54.1" and substituting
"57".

(11)   Section 24 is amended by striking out "45" and substituting "46".

(12)   Section 27(1) and (2) are amended by striking out "33" and
substituting "32".

(13)   The Schedule is amended by striking out "141(1)" and substituting
"96(1)".


151(1)  The Petroleum and Natural Gas Tenure Regulation (AR 263/97) is
amended by this section.

(2)   Section 1(h) is amended by striking out "54.1" and substituting "57".

(3)   Section 4(2)(b) is amended by striking out "65" and substituting
"67".

(4)   Section 5(1)(c) is amended by striking out "92 and 93" and
substituting "82 and 83".

(5)   Section 19(2) is amended by striking out "90" and substituting "80".


152(1)  The Crown Minerals Registration Regulation (AR 264/97) is amended
by this section.

(2)   Section 1(b) is amended by striking out "142(9)(b) or 143.1(1)" and
substituting "97(9)(b) or 99(1)".

(3)   Section 1(c)(iii) is amended by striking out "26.1" and substituting
"36" and by striking out "28" and substituting "39".

(4)   Section 1(d) is amended by striking out "24(3)" and substituting
"23(3)."

(5)   Section 1(g) is amended by striking out "140(8)" and substituting
"95(8)" and by striking out "141" and substituting "96".

(6)   Section 6(3) is amended by striking out "143" and substituting "98".

(7)   Section 7 is amended by striking out "143" and substituting "98".

(8)   Section 8 is amended by striking out "40" and substituting "95" and
by striking out "140(10.1)" and substituting "95(11)".

(9)   Section 9(2)(b) is amended by striking out "143" and substituting
"98".

(10)   Section 9(4) is amended by striking out "143.1" and substituting
"99".

(11)   Section 10 is amended by striking out "142" wherever it occurs and
substituting "97".


153(1)  The Designated Communicable Diseases Regulation (AR 8/98) is
amended by this section.

(2)   Section 1 is amended by striking out "11" and substituting "13".


154(1)  The Corporate Registry Document Handling Procedures Regulation (AR
9/98) is amended by this section.

(2)   Section 7(b) is amended by striking out "103" and substituting "106".

(3)   The Schedule is amended by striking out "181 of the Business
Corporations Act" and substituting "188 of the Business Corporations Act".

(4)   The Schedule is amended by striking out "261 of the Business
Corporations Act" and substituting "273 of the Business Corporations Act".

(5)   The Schedule is amended by striking out "51 of the Partnership Act"
and substituting "52 of the Partnership Act".

(6)   The Schedule is amended by striking out "81, 84 or 85 of the
Partnership Act" and substituting "106, 109 or 110 of the Partnership Act".


155(1)  The Registry Services (Non Payment of Fees) Regulation (AR 28/98)
is amended by this section.

(1)   Section 1 is amended by striking out "Schedule 13" and substituting
"Schedule 12".


156(1)  The Production Animal Medicine Regulation (AR 31/98) is amended by
this section.

(2)   Section 22 is amended by striking out "9.1" and substituting "10".

(3)   The Schedule is amended by striking out "9.1" and substituting "10".


157(1)  The Weighing of Beef Carcasses Regulation (AR 33/98) is amended by
this section.

(2)   Section 1(j) is amended by striking out "16" and substituting "35".


158(1)  The Building Code Regulation (AR 50/98) is amended by this section.

(2)   Section 2(2) is amended by striking out "40" and substituting "44".


159(1)  The Community Development Grants Regulation (AR 57/98 is amended by
this section.

(2)  Schedule 1, section 4(c) is amended by striking out "13.1" and
substituting "14".

(3)  Schedule 2, section 1(1)(b) is amended by striking out "20 or 21" and
substituting "14 or 15".

(4)  Schedule 2, section 17(1)(a) is amended by striking out "20" and
substituting "14".

(5)  Schedule 2, section 19(a) is amended by striking out "19" and
substituting "13".


160(1)  The Livestock Dealers and Livestock Dealers' Agents Regulation (AR
66/98) is amended by this section.

(2)   Section 3(2) is amended by striking out "11.2, 11.3 or 11.4" and
substituting "21, 22 or 23".

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

(4)   Section 6(1)(a) is amended by striking out "3(6) or 10(1)(b)" and
substituting "4(6) or 13(2)(b)".
 
(5)   Section 6(1)(b) is amended by striking out "10.1(2)(b)" and
substituting "14(2)(b)".


161(1)  The Board of Reference Regulation (AR 93/98) is amended by this
section.

(2)   Section 3 is amended by striking out "122" and substituting "140".


162(1)  The Special School Tax Levy Plebiscite Regulation (AR 94/98) is
amended by this section.

(2)   Section 1 is amended by striking out "181.1" and substituting "190"
and by striking out "234" and substituting "271".

(3)   Section 3 is amended by striking out "181.1" and substituting "190".


163(1)  The Dispositions Regulation (AR 101/98) is amended by this section.

(2)   Section 1(c) is amended by striking out "26(2)" and substituting
"30(2)".

(3)   Section 9 is amended by striking out "26(1)" and substituting
"30(1)".


164(1)  The Libraries Regulation (AR 141/98) is amended by this section.

(2)   Sections 3 and 7(1) are amended by striking out "40" and substituting
"36".

(3)   Sections 8 and 9 are amended by striking out "43" and substituting
"39".

(4)   Section 14(3) is amended by striking out "39" and substituting "35".

(5)   Sections 18, 22 and 23 are amended by striking out "19" and
substituting "13".

(6)   Section 25(1)(f) is amended by striking out "24 " and substituting
"18".

(7)   Section 25(1)(j) is amended by striking out "25" and substituting
"19".

(8)  Section 26 is amended by striking out "28" and substituting "22".

(9)   Sections 32 and 33 are amended by striking out "22" wherever it
occurs and substituting "16".

(10)   Section 34 is amended by striking out "20" and substituting "14".

(11)   Section 36 is amended by striking out "34.1" and substituting "29".

(12)   Section 39(3) and (4) are amended by striking out "34.1" and
substituting "29".

(13)   Section 40(1)(f) is amended by striking out "34.1" and substituting
"29".

(14)   Section 43(2) and (3) are amended by striking out "34.2" and
substituting "30".


165(1)  The School Councils Regulation (AR 171/98) is amended by this
section.

(2)   Section 8 is amended by striking out "17" and substituting "22".

(3)   Section 17 is amended by striking out "section 17" and substituting
"section 22" and by striking out "27(6)" and substituting "44(7)".


166(1)  The Provincial Court Judges and Masters in Chambers Compensation
Regulation (AR 176/98) is amended by this section.

(2)   Schedule 2, section 1(a) is amended by striking out "Part 6.1" and
substituting "Part 6".


167(1)  The Capital Borrowing Regulation (AR 188/98) is amended by this
section.

(2)   Section 4(3) is amended by striking out "234" and substituting "271".

(3)   Section 5(1) and (2) are amended by striking out "231" and
substituting "268".


168(1)  The Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Regulation (AR 189/98) is amended
by this section.

(2)   Sections 2 and 4 are amended by striking out "3" and substituting
"2".

(3)   Section 7 is amended by striking out "11(2) and (4)" and substituting
"11(3) and (4)".

(4)   Section 3 of the Schedule is amended by striking out "6, 7 or 9" and
substituting "4, 5 or 7".


169(1)  The Livestock Identification and Brand Inspection Regulation (AR
195/98) is amended by this section.

(2)   Section 6(2) and (3) are amended by striking out "32.1" and
substituting "32".

(3)   Section 7(2) is amended by striking out "32.1" and substituting "32".


170(1)  The Section 6.1 Livestock Designation Regulation (AR 198/98) is
amended by this section.

(2)   The title is amended by striking out "6.1" and substituting "8".

(3)   Section 1 is amended by striking out "6.1" and substituting "8".


171(1)  The Forms Regulation (AR 203/98) is amended by this section.

(2)   Form A of the Schedule is amended by striking out "section 16" and
substituting "section 12".


172(1)  The Water (Ministerial) Regulation (AR 205/98) is amended by this
section.

(2)   Section 1(1)(p) is amended by striking out "10" and substituting
"11".


173(1)  The Metallic and Industrial Minerals Exploration Regulation (AR
213/98) is amended by this section.

(2)   Section 1(1)(f) is amended by striking out "Part 10" and substituting
"Part 8".

(3)   Section 1(1)(k) and (x) are amended by adding "(RSA 1980 cP-30)"
after "Act".

(4)  Section 2 is amended by striking out "Part 10" and substituting "Part
8".

(5)   Section 44 is amended by striking out "156" and substituting "112".

(6)   Section 44(a) is amended by striking out "151" and substituting
"107".


174(1)  The Exploration Regulation (AR 214/98) is amended by this section.

(2)   Section 1(1)(k) is amended by striking out "Part 10" and substituting
"Part 8".

(3)   Section 1(1)(p)(i) is amended by adding "(RSA 1980 cP-30)" after
"Act".

(4)  Section 1(1)(nn)(i) is amended by adding "(RSA 1980 cP-30)" after
"Act".

(5)  Section 2 is amended by striking out "Part 10" and substituting "Part
8".

(6)   Section 7 is amended by striking out "156" and substituting "112".

(7)   Section 7(a) is amended by striking out "151" and substituting "107".

(8)   Section 8(5) is amended by striking out "Part 10" and substituting
"Part 8".


175(1)  The Brand Regulation (AR 217/98) is amended by this section.

(2)   Section 2(2) is amended by striking out "17" and substituting "15".

(3)   Section 5 is amended by striking out "8.2" wherever it occurs and
substituting "7".


176(1)  The LIS Delegated Authority Regulation (AR 218/98) is amended by
this section.

(2)   Section 1(d) is amended by striking out "22.11" and substituting
"41".

(3)   Section 2(1) is amended by striking out "22.1" and substituting "40".

(4)   Section 2(3)(a) is amended by striking out "16" and substituting
"35".

(5)   Section 7(1)(b)(i) is amended by striking out "22.11" and
substituting "41".

(6)   Section 7(5) is amended by striking out "38(1)(e)" and substituting
"40(1)(f)".


177(1)  The LIS Delegated Authority Regulation (AR 219/98) is amended by
this section.

(2)   Section 1(d) is amended by striking out "22.11" and substituting
"28".

(3)   Section 2(1) is amended by striking out "22.1" and substituting "27".

(4)   Section 2(2)(a) is amended by striking out "8.1(5) and 8.2(1)" and
substituting "9(5) and 10(1)".

(5)   Section 7(1)(b)(i) is amended by striking out "22.11" and
substituting "28".

(6)   Section 7(5) is amended by striking out "38(1)(e)" and substituting
"40(1)(f)".

(7)   Section 11(5) is amended by striking out "15" and substituting "19".

(8)   Section 11(8) is amended by striking out "16" and substituting "20".

(9)  Section 12 is amended by striking out "18" and substituting "21".


178(1)  The LIS Delegated Authority Regulation (AR 220/98) is amended by
this section.

(2)  Section 1(d) is amended by striking out "20.11" and substituting "19".

(3)  Section 2(1) is amended by striking out "20.1" and substituting "18".

(4)  Section 2(2) is amended by striking out "8(1), 9(2), 13, 14 and 16"
and substituting "5(1), 8(2), 12, 13 and 14".

(5)  Section 7(1)(b)(i) is amended by striking out "20.11" and substituting
"19".

(6)  Section 7(5) is amended by striking out "38(1)(e)" and substituting
"40(1)(f)".


179(1)  The LIS Delegated Authority Regulation (AR 221/98) is amended by
this section.

(2)  Section 1(d) is amended by striking out "32.11" and substituting "33".

(3)  Section 2(1) is amended by striking out "32.1" and substituting "32".

(4)  Section 7(1)(b)(i) is amended by striking out "32.11" and substituting
"33".

(5)  Section 7(5) is amended by striking out "38(1)(e)" and substituting
"40(1)(f)".


180(1)  The Alberta Funeral Services Regulatory Board Regulation (AR
225/98) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 3(a) is amended by striking out "19" and substituting "23".


181(1)  The General Regulation (AR 226/98) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 3(2)(a) is amended by striking out "6" and substituting "8".

(3)  Section 10 is amended by striking out "4.1(2)" and substituting
"5(2)".

(4)  Section 11 is amended by striking out "4.2(1)" and substituting
"6(1)".

(5)  Section 12(1) is amended by striking out "6" and substituting "8" and
by striking out "4.1" and substituting "5".

(6)  Section 12(2) is amended by striking out "4.2" and substituting "6".

(7)  Section 13(2) is amended by striking out "26(1.1)" and substituting
"33(2)".

(8)  Section 16(1) is amended by striking out "5 and 6" and substituting "7
and 8".


182(1)  The Exemption Regulation (AR 233/98) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 1 is amended by striking out "4.1 to 9" and substituting "5 to
11".

(3)  Section 1.1(1) is amended by striking out "33" and substituting "37".

(4)  Section 1.1(4) is amended by striking out "7" and substituting "9".


183(1)  The Cemeteries Exemption Regulation (AR 236/98) is amended by this
section.

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

(3)  Section 3.1(1) and (2)  is amended by striking out "4 and 53" and
substituting "3 and 43".


184(1)  The Cancer Programs Regulation (AR 242/98) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 1(1)(i) is amended by striking out "8" and substituting "11".

(3)  Sections 3 and 4 are amended by striking out "20.5" and substituting
"34".


185(1)  The Alberta Cancer Foundation Regulation (AR 245/98) is amended by
this section.

(2)  Section 1(c) is amended by striking out "22" and substituting "40".

(3)  Section 3(3)(a) and (4) are amended by striking out "30" and
substituting "49".


186(1)  The Commercial Cemeteries Regulation (AR 247/98) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 2(1) is amended by striking out "39" and substituting "34".

(3)  Section 2(2) is amended by striking out "38(1) and 39" and
substituting "33(1) and 34".

(4)  Section 3(1)(a) and (b) are amended by striking out "38" and
substituting "33".

(5)  Section 3(1)(b)(ii) is amended by striking out "39(2)" and
substituting "34(3)".

(6)  Section 3(2) is amended by striking out "42" and substituting "37".

(7)  Sections 4 to 8 are amended by striking out "53" wherever it occurs
and substituting "43".

(8)  Section 9 is amended by striking out "55" and substituting "45" and by
striking out "63(2)" and substituting "67(1)".

(9)  Section 10 is amended by striking out "55" and substituting "45".

(10)  Section 11 is amended by striking out "56" and substituting "46".

(11)  Section 13(1) is amended by striking out "43" and substituting "38".

(12)  Section 13(2) is amended by striking out "58" and substituting "48".

(13)  Sections 14 and 15 are amended by striking out "53" and substituting
"43".


187(1)  The Crematory Regulation (AR 248/98) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 1(b) is amended by striking out "26" and substituting "27".


188(1)  The General Regulation (AR 249/98) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 2 is amended by striking out "23.2" and substituting "25".

(3)  Section 3 is amended by striking out "63(2)" and substituting "67(1)".

(4)  Section 5 is amended by striking out "66" and substituting "73".

(5)  Sections 8 and 9 are amended by striking out "5.1 and 5.2" and
substituting "5 and 6".


189(1)  The Student Transportation Regulation (AR 250/98) is amended by
this section.

(2)  Section 1(b) is amended by striking out "8" and substituting "13".

(3)  Section 2 is amended by striking out "34(1)(a)" and substituting
"51(1)(a)".

(4)  Section 3 is amended by striking out "29" and substituting "47".

(5)  Section 4(1) is amended by striking out "28" and substituting "45".

(6)  Section 4(3) is amended by striking out "34" and substituting "51".

(7)  Section 5 is amended by striking out "34" wherever it occurs and
substituting "51".


190(1)  The Superintendent of Schools Regulation (AR 2/99) is amended by
this section.

(2)  Section 2(1)(c) is amended by striking out "75.1(1)(a)" and
substituting "94(1)(a)".

(3)  Section 2(2) is amended by striking out "96" and substituting "116".


191(1)  The Certification of Teachers Regulation (AR 3/99) is amended by
this section.

(2)  Section 10(1)(a) is amended by striking out "40" and substituting
"56".

(3)  Section 10(1)(a)(i) is amended by striking out "25(1)" and
substituting "39(1)".

(4)  Section 26(a) is amended by striking out "41(1)" and substituting
"42(1)".

(5)  Section 26(b) is amended by striking out "54" and substituting "55".


192(1)  The Practice Review of Teachers Regulation (AR 4/99) is amended by
this section.

(2)  Section 6(2) is amended by striking out "23" and substituting "24".


193(1)  The Justice of the Peace Regulation (AR 6/99) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 1(b) is amended by striking out "2.1(2)" and substituting
"4(2)".

(3)  Section 3(1)(t) is amended by striking out "21(1)" and substituting
"27(1)".

(4)  Section 3(1)(v) is amended by striking out "3.2(4)" and substituting
"4(4)".

(5)  Section 3(1)(y) is amended by striking out "16" and substituting "20".

(6)  Section 4(1) is amended by striking out "2.2(2)" and substituting
"5(2)".

(7)  Section 4(1)(e) is amended by striking out "27" and substituting "30".

(8)  Section 5 is amended by striking out "2.1(7)" and substituting "4(7)".


194(1)  The Court Forms and Procedures Regulation (AR 7/99) is amended by
this section.

(2)  Forms 1 and 3 are amended by striking out "87(3)" and substituting
"121(3)".


195(1)  The Confidentiality Regulation (AR 38/99) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 5(f)(ii) is amended by striking out "49" and substituting
"59".

(3)  Section 5(h) is amended by striking out "18" and substituting "38".


196(1)  The Gas Utilities Exemption Regulation (AR 53/99) is amended by
this section.

(2)  Section 2(a), (b), (c), (d) and (e) are amended by striking out "28"
and substituting "36".

(3)  Section 2(e) is amended by striking out "36.1" and substituting "45".


197(1)  The Student Record Regulation (AR 71/99) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 2(1)(d) is amended by striking out "18(2)(c)" and substituting
"23(2)(c)".

(3)  Section 2(5) is amended by striking out "18(2)" and substituting
"23(2)".

(4)  Section 5(1) is amended by striking out "18" and substituting "23".

(5)  Section 5(2) is amended by striking out "18, 25.1, 25.2 and 26" and
substituting "23, 40, 41 and 43".


198(1)  The Constitutional Notice Regulation (AR 102/99) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 1(1), (5) and (6) are amended by striking out "25" and
substituting "24".


199(1)  The Exemption Regulation (AR 125/99) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 3 is amended 

     (a)  in clause (h) by striking out "16" and substituting "17";

     (b)  in clause (i) by striking out "17" and substituting "18";

     (c)  in clause (k) by striking out "16" and substituting "19";

     (d)  by repealing clause (l) and substituting the following:

               (l)  section 22(1), 23 or 25(2)(b) of the Fatality
Inquiries Act; 

     (e)  in clause (p) by striking out "29" and substituting "30";

     (f)  in clause (s) by striking out "30.1" and substituting "32";

     (g)  in clause (w) by striking out "Schedule 12" and substituting
"Schedule 11";

     (h)  in clause (x) by striking out "28" and substituting "32";

     (i)  in clause (bb) by striking out "29(3) or 32" and substituting
"28(3) or 31";

     (j)  in clause (ee) by striking out "10" and substituting "13";

     (k)  in clause (ff) by striking out "16" and substituting "21";

     (l)  in clause (gg) by striking out "33" and substituting "32";

     (m)  in clause (hh) by striking out "53" and substituting "54";

     (n)  in clauses (kk) and (ll) by striking out "16" and substituting
"17";

     (o)  in clause (mm) by striking out "17" and substituting "18";

     (p)  in clause (nn) by striking out "37" and substituting "47";

     (q)  by repealing clause (oo) and substituting the following:

               (oo) section 12, 13, 14, 16, 17, 18, 19, 23 or 26 of the
Stray Animals Act; 

     (r)  in clause (pp) by striking out "4(e), 5 or 6" and substituting
"5(e), 6 or 7";

     (s)  in clause (qq) by striking out "17" and substituting "18";

     (t)  in clause (rr) by striking out "10" and substituting "7";

     (u)  in clause (ss) by striking out "73 to 77" and substituting "74
to 78";

     (v)  in clause (tt) by striking out "78" and substituting "79";


200(1)  The Home Education Regulation (AR 126/99) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 1(e) is amended by striking out "22(2)" and substituting
"28(2)".

(3)  Sections 3(1) and 7 are amended by striking out "25(1)" and
substituting "39(1)".

(4)  Section 9 is amended by striking out "104" and substituting "124" and
by striking out "105" and substituting "125".


201(1)  The Commercially Sensitive Coal Cost Information Regulation (AR
130/99) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 7(2) and (3) is amended by striking out "20(2)" and
substituting "26(2)".


202(1)  The Housing Regulation (AR 173/99) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 5(1) is amended by striking out "72" and substituting "62".


203(1)  The Regulated Matter Regulation (AR 174/99) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 1 is amended by striking out "78" and substituting "70".


204(1)  The Designation of Trades and Businesses Regulation (AR 178/99) is
amended by this section.

(2)  Section 2(2)(i) and (m) are amended by striking out "26.01" and
substituting "28".


205(1)  The Natural Gas Direct Marketing Regulation (AR 186/99) is amended
by this section.

(2)  Section 1(1)(k) and (p) are amended by striking out "26.01" and
substituting "28".


206(1)  The Name Search Regulation (AR 207/99) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 1(c) is amended by striking out "18" and substituting "17".


207(1)  The Student Financial Assistance Regulation (AR 215/99) is amended
by this section.

(2)  Section 3(h) is amended by striking out "8" and substituting "9".

(3)  Section 3(j) is amended by striking out "9(2)" and substituting
"8(2)".

(4)  Section 5(1)(c)(i) is amended by striking out "9(1)" and substituting
"8(1)".

(5)  Section 5(1)(c)(ii) is amended by striking out "9(2)" and substituting
"8(2)".

(6)  Section 5(1)(c)(iii) is amended by striking out "9(3)" and
substituting "8(3)".

(7)  Section 6(1)(b) is amended by striking out "9(1)(a) to (c)" and
substituting "8(1)(a) to (d)".

(8)  Section 23(h), (j) and (k) are amended by striking out "8" and
substituting "7".


208(1)  The Application of Public Lands Act Regulation (AR 219/99) is
amended by this section.

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

     1   The Public Lands Act, except for sections 62.1, 82, 82.1, 82.2,
82.3, 82.5, 82.6, 83 to 101, 109 and 114.1, apply in the special areas.


209(1)  The Forms Regulation (AR 265/99) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 1 is amended by striking out "7" and substituting "6".


210(1)  The Partnership Regulation (AR 276/99) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 2(1) is amended by striking out "Part 2.1" and substituting
"Part 3".

(3)  Section 4 is amended by striking out "51(1.1)" and substituting
"52(2)".


211(1)  The Regulations Act Regulation (AR 288/99) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 17(1)(b) is amended by striking out "22.1, 47 and 48" and
substituting "35, 58 and 59".

(3)  Section 17(1)(f) is amended by striking out "74" and substituting
"71".

(4)  Section 17(1)(l) is amended by striking out "32" and substituting
"31".

(5)  Section 17(1)(m) is amended by striking out "7" and substituting "6".

(6)  Section 17(1)(n) is amended by striking out "3.1 and 12.1" and
substituting "4 and 13".

(7)  Section 17(1)(u) is amended by striking out "27" and substituting
"28".

(8)  Section 17(1)(w) is amended by striking out "18(1)" and substituting
"20(1)".


212(1)  The Matters Relating to Assessment and Taxation Regulation (AR
289/99) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 3(5) is amended by striking out "87" and substituting "86".


213(1)  The Human Rights, Citizenship and Multiculturalism Education Fund
Grant Regulation (AR 13/2000) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 1(2) is amended by striking out "13.1" and substituting "14".


214(1)  The Oil Sands Tenure Regulation (AR 50/2000) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 24 is amended by striking out "44" and substituting "45".


215(1)  The Dispositions and Fees Regulation (AR 54/2000) is amended by
this section.

(2)  Section 16 is amended by striking out "19" and substituting "20".

(3)  Section 32 is amended by striking out "107" and substituting "103".

(4)  Section 51(a) is amended by striking out "19" and substituting "20".

(5)  Section 55(1) is amended by striking out "19" and substituting "20".

(6)  Schedule 2 is amended by striking out "18 of the Public Lands" and
substituting "19 of the Public Lands".


216(1)  The Access Enforcement Regulation (AR 61/2000) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Sections 1 and 2(1) are amended by striking out "61.3, 61.31 or
61.41(1)" and substituting "68, 69 or 71(1)".

(3)  Section 2(2) and (3) are amended by striking out "21" and substituting
"9".

(4)  Section 3 is amended by striking out "Part 7.1" and substituting "Part
8".

(5)  Section 4(1) is amended by striking out "61.6" and substituting "73".


217(1)  The Fatality Inquiries Regulation (AR 65/2000) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 3(3) is amended by striking out "31" and substituting "30".

(3)  Section 5(b) is amended by striking out "26" and substituting "25".

(4)  Section 11 is amended by striking out "23" and substituting "22".

(5)  Section 1(1) of the Schedule is amended by striking out "16" wherever
it occurs and substituting "15".

(6)  Section 1(1)(f) of the Schedule is amended by striking out "20" and
substituting "19".


218(1)  The Irrigation Forms Regulation (AR 81/2000) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Form 15 is amended by striking out "23" and substituting "22".


219(1)  The Cadastral Mapping Fee Order (AR 94/2000) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 2 is amended by striking out "1(k.1)" and substituting "1(m)".


220(1)  The Designation Regulation (AR 104/2000) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 1 is amended by striking out "25.1 and 26" and substituting
"26 and 27".


221(1)  The Charitable Fund-raising Regulation (AR 108/2000) is amended by
this section.

(2)  Section 2(6) is amended by striking out "29(2)" and substituting
"30(2)".


222(1)  The Business Corporations Regulation (AR 118/2000) is amended by
this section.

(2)  Section 1 is amended by striking out "1(t)(ii)" and substituting
"1(dd)(ii)".

(3)  Sections 3(c) and 16 are amended by striking out "270" and
substituting "283".

(4)  Sections 17(2) and 18 are amended by striking out "12.1(3) or
202(4)(d)" and substituting "13(3) or 210(4)(d)".

(5)  Section 19 is amended by striking out "143(1) and 144(1)" and
substituting "149(1) and 150(1)".

(6)  Section 21(1) is amended by striking out "149(1)(a)" and substituting
"155(1)(a)".

(7)  Section 22 is amended by striking out "163" and substituting "169".

(8)  Section 23(2) is amended by striking out "149" and substituting "155".

(9)  Section 24(2)(d) is amended by striking out "201" and substituting
"208".

(10)  Section 25 is amended by striking out "46" and substituting "49".

(11)  Section 25.1 is amended by striking out "42(3)" wherever it occurs
and substituting "45(3)".


223(1)  The Companies Regulation (AR 119/2000) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 9(1)(a) is amended by striking out "Part 12" and substituting
"Part 13".


224(1)  The Tariff of Fees Regulation (AR 120/2000) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 14(8) is amended by striking out "18" and substituting "17".


225(1)  The Societies Regulation (AR 122/2000) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 1(1) is amended by striking out "5" and substituting "9".

(3)  Section 1(2) is amended by striking out "20(2)" and substituting
"24(2)".

(4)  Section 1(3) is amended by striking out "22(2)" and substituting
"26(2)".

(5)  Section 1(5) and (6) are amended by striking out "27.1" and
substituting "32".


226(1)  The Designation Regulation (AR 131/2000) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 1 is amended by striking out "91.1 and 92" and substituting
"101 and 102".

(3)  Section 2 is amended by striking out "99" and substituting "109".


227(1)  The Marriage Act Regulation (AR 162/2000) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 2(1) is amended by striking out "13" and substituting "14".

(3)  Section 2(2) is amended by striking out "18" and substituting "19".

(4)  Section 2(3) is amended by striking out "9" and substituting "10".

(5)  Section 2(5) is amended by striking out "17(2)" and substituting
"18(2)".

(6)  Section 2(6) is amended by striking out "18(3)" and substituting
"19(3)".

(7)  Section 4(5) is amended by striking out "11" and substituting "12".


228(1)  The Religious Societies' Land Regulation (AR 169/2000) is amended
by this section.

(2)  Section 2 is amended by striking out "11" and substituting "12".

(3)  Section 3 is amended by striking out "12" and substituting "13".

(4)  Section 4 is amended by striking out "12(1.1) and 22(1)" and
substituting "13(2) and 23(1)".

(5)  Form 1 is amended by striking out "11(2) and (3)" and substituting
"12(2) and (3)".

(6)  Form 2 is amended by striking out "11(3)" and substituting "12(3)".


229(1)  The Private Schools Regulation (AR 190/2000) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 1(a) is amended by striking out "22(2)" and substituting
"28(2)".

(3)  Section 1(c) is amended by striking out "25(1)(a), (b) and (d)" and
substituting "39(1)(a), (b) and (d)".

(4)  Section 1(f) is amended by striking out "22(1)" and substituting
"28(1)".

(5)  Section 2(1)(g) is amended by striking out "25(1)(f)" and substituting
"39(1)(f)".

(6)  Section 5(2) is amended by striking out "22(2)(b)" and substituting
"28(2)(b)".

(7)  Section 10(1)(a) is amended by striking out "25(1)(a), (b), (c) and
(d)" and substituting "39(1)(a), (b), (c) and (d)".

(8)  Section 10(1)(b) is amended by striking out "25(1)(f)" and
substituting "39(1)(b)".


230(1)  The Planning Exemption Regulation (AR 223/2000) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 2(1)(b) is amended by striking out "40 and 41" and
substituting "49 and 50".


231(1)  The Storage Tank System Management Regulation (AR 254/2000) is
amended by this section.

(2)  Section 2(1)(a) is amended by striking out "38" and substituting "42".

(3)  Section 2(3) is amended by striking out "30, 31, 33, 34, 39, 40, 42,
43, 44 and 45" and substituting "34, 35, 37, 38, 43, 44, 46, 47, 48 and
49".

(4)  Section 6(1) is amended by striking out "46" and substituting "50".


232(1)  The Hairstylist Trade Regulation (AR 281/2000) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 7 is amended by striking out "56(5)" and substituting "56(2)".


233(1)  The Disposition of Property Regulation (AR 3/2001) is amended by
this section.

(2)  Section 1(1)(c) is amended by striking out "40" and substituting "56".

(3)  Section 2(1) is amended by striking out "187(2)" and substituting
"200(2)".

(4)  Section 3(7)(b) is amended by striking out "184(b)" and substituting
"197(b)".

(5)  Section 5(1) is amended by striking out "187(3)" and substituting
"200(3)".


234(1)  The Designation and Transfer of Responsibility Regulation (AR
44/2001) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 3(1)(ff) is amended by striking out "52" and substituting
"64".

(3)  Section 7 is amended 

     (a)  in subsection (1)(l) by striking out "Part 10" and substituting
"Part 8";

     (b)  in subsection (2) by striking out "152" and substituting "108".

(4)  Section 8 is amended

     (a)  in subsection (1)(d) by striking out "except sections 28 to 32
and section 35(d) to (f.4)" and substituting "except sections 30 to 34 and
section 37(d) to (j)"; 

     (b)  in subsection (1)(e) by striking out "4 to 8" and substituting
"4 to 9";

     (c)  in subsection (1)(f) by striking out "152" and substituting
"108".

(5)  Section 9 is amended 

     (a)  in subsection (1)(j) by striking out "except sections 12.1, 13
and 76.1" and substituting "except sections 11, 12 and 76";

     (b)  in subsection (2) by striking out "12.1 and 13" and
substituting "11 and 12". 

(6)  Section 11 is amended

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

               (p)  Schedule 12 and sections 2 and 3 of Schedule 13 of
the Government Organization Act; 

     (b)  in subsection (1)(u) by striking out "3 and 4" and substituting
"2 and 3";

     (c)  in subsection (2)(b) by striking out "Schedule 12" and
substituting "Schedule 11".

(7)  Section 12 is amended

     (a)  in subsection 1(n) by striking out "44(1)(a), 61 and 62(d) to
(f)" and substituting "28(1)(a), 42 and 43(h) to (j)";

     (b)  in subsection (1)(w) by striking out "13, 18, 30(i) and (l) and
31(m)" and substituting "6, 11, 23(g) and (j) and 24(k)";

     (c)  in subsection (2)(a) by striking out "44(1)(a), 61 and 62(d) to
(f)" and substituting "28(1)(a), 42 and 43(h) to (j)";

     (d)  in subsection (2)(c) by striking out "13, 18, 30(i) and (l) and
31(m)" and substituting "6, 11, 23(g) and (h) and 24(j)".

(8)  Section 14 is amended

     (a)  in subsection (1)(c) by striking out "12" and substituting
"18";

     (b)  in subsection (1)(e) by striking out "20" and substituting
"21";

     (c)  in subsection (2)(c) by striking out "Schedule 12" and
substituting "Schedule 11".

(9)  Section 17(1)(xx.1) is amended by striking out "3 and 4" and
substituting "2 and 3".

(10)  Section 18 is amended

     (a)  in subsection (1)(e) by striking out "10(2), 11(3), 12 and
17.1" and substituting "8(1), 9(3), 10 and 18";

     (b)  in subsection (1)(f) by striking out "12(4), 17, 17.1, 34, 35,
38.1, 40 and 41" and substituting "18(4), 23, 24, 53, 54, 58, 62 and 63";

     (c)  in subsection (1)(k) by striking out "237" and substituting
"274";

     (d)  in subsection (1)(p) by striking out "16, 20, 21(2), 22 and
27.1" and substituting "20, 24, 25(2), 27 and 32";

     (e)  in subsection (1)(q) by striking out "20(3), 28, 29(3), 30,
52(4) and (5), 66 and 68" and substituting "21(3), 40, 41(3), 42, 64(4) and
(5), 85 and 87";

     (f)  in subsection (2)(a) by striking out "237" and substituting
"274";

     (g)  in subsection (2)(b) by striking out "10(2), 11(3), 12 and
17.1" and substituting "8(1), 9(3), 10 and 18";

     (h)  in subsection (2)(c) by striking out "17, 17.1, 34, 35, 38.1,
40 and 41" and substituting "23, 24, 53, 54, 58, 62 and 63";

     (i)  in subsection (2)(e) by striking out "16, 20, 21(2), 22 and
27.1" and substituting "20, 24, 25(2), 27 and 32";

     (j)  in subsection (2)(f) by striking out "28, 29(3), 30, 66 and 68"
and substituting "40, 41(3), 42, 85 and 87".

(11)  Section 20 is amended

     (a)  in subsection (1)(c.1) by striking out "76.1" and substituting
"76";

     (b)  in subsection (1.1)(d) by striking out "8(4), (6) and (7),
25(c), 29(2), 32.1 and 39(1)(e.2) and (v)" and substituting "12(3), (4) and
(5), 34(c), 37(2), 42 and 51(1)(j) and (aa)";

     (c)  in subsection (2) by striking out "8(4), (6) and (7), 25(c),
29(2), 32.1 and 39(1)(e.2) and (v)" and substituting "12(3), (4) and (5),
34(c), 37(2), 42 and 51(1)(j) and (aa)".

(12)  Section 21(1)(b) is amended by striking out "Schedule 11" and
substituting "Schedule 13".

(13)  Section 23 is amended

     (a)  in subsection (4) by striking out "28 to 32" and substituting
"30 to 34";

     (b)  in subsection (5) by striking out "35(d) to (f.4)" and
substituting "37(d) to (j)".


235(1)  The Orphan Fund Delegated Administration Regulation (AR 45/2001) is
amended by this section.

(2)  Section 1(d) is amended by striking out "57(d)" and substituting
"68(d)".

(3)  Section 1(e) is amended by striking out "57(e)" and substituting
"68(e)".

(4)  Section 1(g) is amended by striking out "58" and substituting "69".

(5)  Section 1(h) is amended by striking out "57(h)" and substituting
"68(h)".

(6)  Section 2 is amended by striking out "Part 11.1" and substituting
"Part 11".

(7)  Section 3(1)(a) is amended by striking out "59(1)" and substituting
"70(1)".

(8)  Section 3(1)(b) is amended by striking out "20.3(b), 93 and 94(1)(b)"
and substituting "28(b), 102 and 104(1)(b)".

(9)  Section 3(1)(b)(i) is amended by striking out "20.3(b)" and
substituting "28(b)".

(10)  Section 6(5) is amended by striking out "38(1)(e)" and substituting
"40(1)(f)".

(11)  Section 10(a) is amended by striking out "Part 11.1" and substituting
"Part 11".


236(1)  The Election and Appointment of Regional Health Authority Members
Regulation (AR 57/2001) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 5.1(a) is amended by striking out "46(1.1)" and substituting
"46(2)".

(3)  Section 5.1(f) is amended by striking out "161" and substituting
"160".

(4)  Section 7(6) is amended by striking out "2.01" and substituting "3".

(5)  Section 11.4(1)(f) is amended by striking out "1(1)(l.1)(iii)" and
substituting "1(1)(m)(iii)".


237(1)  The Health Information Regulation (AR 70/2001) is amended by this
section.

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


238(1)  The Elevating Devices Administration Regulation (AR 72/2001) is
amended by this section.

(2)  Section 2(1) is amended by striking out "30, 31, 34, 40, 42, 44, 45,
52(1)" and substituting "34, 35, 38, 44, 46, 48, 49, 56(1)".

(3)  Section 2(2) is amended by striking out "36" and substituting "40".

(4)  Section 4(1)c) is amended by striking out "59" and substituting "63".

(5)  Section 5 is amended by striking out "30, 31, 34, 45 and 52(1)" and
substituting "34, 35, 38, 49 and 56(1)".

(6)  Section 8(1) is amended by striking out "46" and substituting "50".

(7)  Section 9(2)(c) is amended by striking out "59" and substituting "63".


239(1)  The Release of Information Regulation (AR 83/2001) is amended by
this section.

(2)  Section 1(a) is amended by striking out "59" and substituting "63".


240(1)  The Personal Property Security Regulation (AR 95/2001) is amended
by this section.

(2)  Section 1(1)(j)(vi) is amended by striking out "126" and substituting
"129".

(3)  Section 1(1)(n) is amended by striking out "16" and substituting "21".

(4)  Section 7(c) is amended by striking out "126" and substituting "129".

(5)  Section 16 is amended by striking out "74" and substituting "76".

(6)  Section 17(1) is amended by striking out "75" and substituting "77".

(7)  Section 17(3)(b) is amended by striking out "75(2.1)" and substituting
"77(3)".

(8)  Section 18(1) and (2)(b)(i) are amended by striking out "35(6)" and
substituting "35(7)".

(9)  Section 29 is amended by striking out "126" and substituting "129".

(10)  Section 53 is amended by striking out "59.2(6)" and substituting
"64(6)".

(11)  Schedule 5, section 1 is amended by striking out "126" and
substituting "129".


241(1)  The Alberta Energy and Utilities Board Rules of Practice (AR
101/2001) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 3 is amended by striking out "Part 11" and substituting "Part
10".

(3)  Section 49(d)(i) is amended by striking out "31" and substituting
"28".


242(1)  The General Assessment Order for the Fiscal Year 2001-2002 (AR
103/2001) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 1 is amended by striking out "20.1" and substituting "22".


243(1)  The Administration Fees Regulation (AR 104/2001) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Sections 1 and 2 are amended by striking out "3.3" and substituting
"6".


244(1)  The Intake and Case Flow Management Rules (AR 163/2001) is amended
by this section.

(2)  Section 1(a)(ii) is amended by striking out "Part 7.1" and
substituting "Part 8".


245(1)  The Surface Rights Act General Regulation (AR 189/2001) is amended
by this section.

(2)  Section 10(1) and (3) are amended by striking out "31" and
substituting "28".


246(1)  Section 7.1 Declaration Regulation (AR 195/2001) is amended by this
section.

(2)  The title is amended by striking out "7.1" and substituting "7".


247(1)  The Provincial Judges and Masters in Chambers Registered and
Unregistered Pension Plans (AR 196/2001) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 4 is amended by striking out "31" and substituting "35".


248(1)  The Correctional Institution Regulation (AR 205/2001) are amended
by this section. 

(2)  Section 18(c) is amended by striking out "56" and substituting "68".



249(1)  The Motor Vehicle Propane Conversions Administration Regulation (AR
209/2001) is amended by this section.

(2)  Section 2(1)(b) is amended by striking out "30, 31, 34, 40, 42, 44,
45, 52(1)" and substituting "34, 35, 38, 44, 46, 48, 49 and 56(1)".

(3)  Section 4(1)(c) is amended by striking out "59" and substituting "63".

(4)  Section 6(1) is amended by striking out "46" and substituting "50."

(5)  Section 7(2)(c) is amended by striking out "59" and substituting "63".


250(1)  The Equalized Assessment Variance Regulation, 2001 (AR 222/2001) is
amended by this section.

(2)  Section 1 is amended by striking out "150 and 158" and substituting
"164 and 174". 


251(1)  The Records Management Regulation (AR 224/2001) is amended by this
section.

(2)  Section 1(1)(b) is amended by striking out "12" and substituting "11".


252  This Regulation comes into force on January 1, 2002.

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     Alberta Regulation 252/2001

     Statute Revision Act

     STATUTE REVISION CITATION REGULATION

     Filed:  December 19, 2001

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 503/2001) on December 19,
2001 pursuant to section 10 of the Statute Revision Act.


RSA 2000
1   The revision of the public Acts of Alberta, revised as of December 31,
2000 and deposited with the Clerk of the Legislative Assembly in accordance
with the Statute Revision Act, may, on the coming into force of the
revision, be cited as the "Revised Statutes of Alberta 2000" or as "RSA
2000".


     Alberta Regulation 253/2001

     Government Organization Act

     DESIGNATION AND TRANSFER OF RESPONSIBILITY
     AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  December 19, 2001

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 504/2001) on December 19,
2001 pursuant to section 16 of the Government Organization Act.


1   The Designation and Transfer of Responsibility Regulation (AR 44/01) is
amended by this Regulation.


2   Section 12 is amended by adding the following after subsection (3):

     (4)  The Minister of Health and Wellness is designated as the
Minister responsible for the following enactments:

               (a)  Charitable Donation of Food Act;

               (b)  Schedule 7.1 of the Government Organization Act;

               (c)  Health Professions Act.


3   Section 13(1) is amended by repealing clauses (f), (g) and (h).


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     Alberta Regulation 254/2001

     Health Professions Act

     DENTISTS PROFESSION REGULATION

     Filed:  December 19, 2001

Approved by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 506/2001) on December
19, 2001 pursuant to section 131 of the Health Professions Act.


     Table of Contents

Definitions    1
Register categories 2

     Registration

Main register education, exam requirements   3
Education and research register requirements 4
Equivalent jurisdiction  5
Equivalent competence    6
Courtesy register applications     7
Good character, reputation    8
Liability insurance 9

     Titles and Abbreviations

Authorization to use titles, etc.  10

     Practice Permit

Conditions     11

     Restricted Activities

Authorized activities    12
Anaesthetics   13
Restriction    14
Students  15

     Continuing Competence

Program credits     16
Program rules  17
Rule distribution   18
Practice visits     19
Actions to be taken 20

     Alternative Complaint Resolution

Process conductor   21
Agreement 22
Confidentiality     23
Leaving the process 24

     Reinstatement

5-year limitation   25
Hearing date   26
Reinstatement Review Committee     27
Hearing   28
Deliberations  29
Decision  30
Access to decision  31

     Information

Providing information    32
Correcting information   33
Section 119 information  34
Information made available    35

     Transitional Provisions, Repeals and Coming into Force

Transitional provisions  36
Repeal    37
Coming into force   38


Definitions
1   In this Regulation,

     (a)  "College" means The Alberta Dental Association and College;

     (b)  "Competence Committee" means the competence committee of the
College;

     (c)  "Complaints Director" means the complaints director of the
College;

     (d)  "Council" means the council of the College;

     (e)  "Hearings Director" means the hearings director of the College;

     (f)  "Hearing Tribunal" means the hearing tribunal of the College;

     (g)  "Registrar" means the registrar of the College;

     (h)  "Registration Committee" means the registration committee of
the College;

     (i)  "Reinstatement Review Committee" means the reinstatement review
committee established under this Regulation.


Register categories
2   The regulated members register established by the Council under section
33(1)(a) of the Act has the following categories:

     (a)  main register;

     (b)  education and research register;

     (c)  courtesy register.


     Registration

Main register education, exam requirements
3(1)  An applicant for registration as a regulated member on the main
register must

     (a)  have a degree of doctor of dental surgery or doctor of dental
medicine from a dentistry program approved by the Council, and

     (b)  have successfully completed the registration examination
approved by the Council and the ethics and jurisprudence examination
approved by the Council.

(2)  An applicant under subsection (1) must have completed the requirements
set out in this section within 5 years of submitting a complete application
for registration or demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Registrar or the
Registration Committee that the applicant is currently competent to
practice.


Education and research register requirements
4(1)  An applicant for registration as a regulated member on the education
and research register

     (a)  must submit a letter from the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine
and Dentistry, University of Alberta that states that the applicant will be
employed as a dentist by the University of Alberta and that lists the
employment duties of the applicant, and

     (b)  must satisfy the Registrar that the applicant is qualified to
carry out the employment duties.

(2)  A person registered on the education and research register may
practice dentistry only as part of the person's teaching and research
duties as an employee of the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry of the
University of Alberta and shall not carry out the practice of dentistry in
private practice.

(3)  For the purposes of this section, "employment" means being engaged to
provide dental services on a full-time or part-time basis as a paid or
unpaid employee, consultant or contractor.


Equivalent jurisdiction
5   An applicant currently registered in good standing in another
jurisdiction recognized by the Council under section 28(2)(b) of the Act as
having substantially equivalent registration requirements may be registered
on the appropriate register.


Equivalent competence
6(1)  An applicant who does not meet the registration requirements under
section 3 or 5 but whose qualifications have been determined by the
Registrar to be substantially equivalent to the competence requirements set
out in section 3 or 5 may be registered on the appropriate register.

(2)  In determining whether or not an applicant's qualifications are
substantially equivalent under subsection (1), the Registrar may require
the applicant to undergo an examination, testing and assessment activity to
assist with the determination.

(3)  The Registrar may direct the applicant to undergo any education or
training activities the Registrar may consider necessary in order for the
applicant to be registered.


Courtesy register applications
7  An applicant who is registered as a dentist in good standing in another
jurisdiction and who requires registration in Alberta on a temporary basis
for a specified purpose approved by the Registrar is eligible to be
registered on the courtesy register for up to 30 days.


Good character, reputation
8   All applicants for registration as regulated members must provide
evidence of having good character and reputation by submitting any of the
following on the request of the Registrar:

     (a)  written references from colleagues and, where applicable, from
another jurisdiction in which they are currently registered;

     (b)  a statement by the applicant as to whether  the applicant is
currently undergoing an unprofessional conduct process or has previously
been disciplined by another regulatory body responsible for the regulation
of dentistry or of another profession;

     (c)  a statement as to whether the applicant has ever been convicted
of a criminal offence;

     (d)  any other evidence as requested.


Liability insurance
9   All applicants for registration as regulated members must provide
evidence of having the type and amount of professional liability insurance
required by the Council.


     Titles and Abbreviations

Authorization to use titles, etc.
10(1)  All regulated members may use the following titles:  registered,
dentist, doctor and Dr.

(2)  A regulated member who has successfully completed the following
educational requirements may use the following titles:

     (a)  a 2-year postgraduate program and examination in endodontics
approved by the Council, the title "Endodontist";

     (b)  a 4-year postgraduate program and examination in oral and
maxillofacial surgery approved by the Council, the title "Oral and
Maxillofacial Surgeon";

     (c)  a 2-year postgraduate program and examination in orthodontics
and dentofacial orthopedics approved by the Council, the title
"Orthodontist and Dentofacial Orthopedist";

     (d)  a 2-year postgraduate program and examination in pediatric
dentistry approved by the Council, the title "Pediatric Dentist";

     (e)  a 3-year postgraduate program and examination in periodontics
approved by the Council, the title "Periodontist";

     (f)  a 3-year postgraduate program and examination in prosthodontics
approved by the Council, the title "Prosthodontist";

     (g)  a 3-year postgraduate program and examination in oral pathology
and oral medicine approved by the Council, the title "Oral Pathologist and
Oral Medicine Specialist";

     (h)  a 2-year postgraduate program and examination in oral and
maxillofacial radiology approved by the Council, the title "Oral and
Maxillofacial Radiologist";

     (i)  a 2-year postgraduate program and examination in public health
dentistry approved by the Council, the title "Public Health Dentist".


     Practice Permit

Conditions
11   On issuing a practice permit, the Registrar may impose conditions on a
regulated member, including but not limited to the following:

     (a)  that the regulated member complete any examinations, testing,
assessment, counselling, training or education as considered necessary by
the Registrar or the Competence Committee;

     (b)  that the regulated member limit the member's practice to
specified procedures or settings;

     (c)  that the regulated member report to the Registrar on specified
matters on specified dates;

     (d)  that the practice permit is valid only for a specified purpose
and time;

     (e)  that the regulated member be prohibited from supervising
dentistry students under section 15 or other dentists;

     (f)  that the regulated member must practice under the supervision
of another regulated member for the period of time considered necessary by
the Registrar.


     Restricted Activities

Authorized activities
12   Regulated members may, within the practice of dentistry, perform the
following restricted activities as set out in Schedule 7.1 to the
Government Organization Act:

     (a)  to cut a body tissue and to administer anything by an invasive
procedure on a body tissue below the dermis or the mucous membrane or in or
below the surface of teeth, including scaling of teeth;

     (b)  to insert or remove instruments, devices, fingers or hands

               (i)  beyond the cartilaginous portion of the ear canal;

               (ii) beyond the point in the nasal passages where they
normally narrow;

               (iii)     beyond the pharynx;

               (iv) into an artificial opening of the body;

     (c)  to set or reset a fracture of a bone;

     (d)  to reduce a dislocation of a joint;

     (e)  to prescribe a Schedule 1 drug within the meaning of the
Pharmaceutical Profession Act;

     (f)  to dispense, provide for selling or sell a Schedule 1 or
Schedule 2 drug within the meaning of the Pharmaceutical Profession Act;

     (g)  to prescribe, dispense or administer a vaccine;

     (h)  to prescribe parenteral nutrition;

     (i)  to prescribe, compound or administer blood or blood products;

     (j)  to prescribe or administer diagnostic contrasting agents;

     (k)  to prescribe or administer nitrous oxide for the purpose of
anaesthesia or sedation;

     (l)  to prescribe or administer radiopharmaceuticals, radiolabelled
substances, radioactive gases or radioaerosols;

     (m)  to order or apply any form of ionizing radiation in medical
radiography;

     (n)  to order and apply non-ionizing radiation in lithotripsy;

     (o)  to order non-ionizing radiation in magnetic resonance imaging
and ultrasound imaging;

     (p)  to prescribe or fit an orthodontic or periodontal appliance, a
fixed or removable partial or complete denture or an implant supported
prosthesis.


Anaesthetics
13   Only regulated members who successfully complete an educational
program in the administration of general and neurolept anaesthesia approved
by the Council and have been authorized by the Council may perform the
following restricted activities related to the administration of
anaesthesia, other than nitrous oxide, in the practice of dentistry

     (a)  insert or remove instruments, devices, fingers or hands

               (i)  beyond the opening of the urethra,

               (ii) beyond the labia majora, and

               (iii)     beyond the anal verge,

     and

     (b)  prescribe and administer anaesthetic gases, other than nitrous
oxide, for the purposes of anaesthesia and sedation.


Restriction
14   Despite sections 12 and 13, regulated members must restrict themselves
in performing restricted activities to those activities that they are
competent to perform and to those that are appropriate to the member's area
of practice and the procedure being performed.


Students
15(1)  A student who is enrolled in a dentistry program approved by Council
may perform the restricted activities set out in section 12 under the
direct supervision of a regulated member registered on the main register or
on the education and research register.

(2)  The supervising regulated member must be

     (a)  on-site with the student while the student is performing the
restricted activity,

     (b)  available for consultation and to assist the student in
performing the restricted activity as required, and

     (c)  authorized by this Regulation to provide the restricted
activity and authorized by the dentistry program in which the student is
enrolled to supervise the restricted activity.


     Continuing Competence

Program credits
16(1)  On and after the January 1 immediately following the coming into
force of this Regulation, regulated members must obtain 60 continuing
competence program credits in a 2-year period.

(2)  To obtain program credits, a regulated member may undertake the
following professional development activities in accordance with the rules
approved under section 17:

     (a)  attendance at a dental-related scientific or clinical course
designed to enhance the professional development of dentists;

     (b)  providing a presentation on a professional development activity
undertaken by the regulated member to other regulated members;

     (c)  attendance at a dentistry-related study club;

     (d)  receipt of a fellowship by examination;

     (e)  successful completion of an examination;

     (f)  completion of a graduate or postgraduate specialty program;

     (g)  presentation of a research paper or abstract at a scientific
meeting;

     (h)  publication of a research paper in a peer-refereed journal;

     (i)  attendance at professional development sessions or activities;

     (j)  attendance at professional development sessions on
dental-clinical practice issues;

     (k)  undertaking research and innovation projects that extend beyond
the  member's immediate practice;

     (l)  self-directed study;

     (m)  other activities approved by Council, the Registrar or the
Competence Committee.


Program rules
17(1)  The Registrar or the Competence Committee may recommend to the
Council

     (a)  rules governing the program credits that may be earned for each
professional activity,

     (b)  rules governing the type and category of professional
activities that a regulated member must undertake in a 2-year period,

     (c)  rules limiting the number of professional development
activities within a specific category for which a member may earn credits,
and

     (d)  other rules as required governing the continuing competency
program.

(2)  The rules recommended under subsection (1) and any recommended
amendments to those rules must be distributed by the Registrar to all
regulated members for their review.

(3)  The Council may approve rules and amendments to the rules reviewed
under subsection (2).


Rule distribution
18   The rules and any amendments to the rules approved under section 17
must be made available by the Registrar to the public, the Minister of
Health and Wellness, regional health authorities and any person who
requests them.


Practice visits
19(1)  The Competence Committee is authorized to carry out practice visits
and may, for the purpose of assessing continuing competence, select
individual regulated members or groups of regulated members for a practice
visit.

(2)  The criteria for selecting members for review must be developed by the
Competence Committee and approved by the Council.


Actions to be taken
20   If the results of a practice visit are unsatisfactory, the Competence
Committee may direct a regulated member or a group of regulated members to
undertake one or more of the following actions:

     (a)  completion of specific continuing competence requirements or
professional development activities within a specified time;

     (b)  completion of any examinations, testing, assessment, training,
education or counselling;

     (c)  a requirement to practice under the supervision of another
regulated member for a specified period of time;

     (d)  a requirement that the regulated member or group of regulated
members limit their practice to specified procedures or practice settings;

     (e)  a requirement for the regulated member or group of regulated
members to report to the committee on specified matters on specified dates;

     (f)  that the regulated member or group of regulated members be
prohibited from supervising other dentists or dental students;

     (g)  that the regulated member or group of regulated members correct
any problems identified in the practice visit.


     Alternative Complaint Resolution

Process conductor
21   When a complainant and an investigated person have agreed to enter
into an alternative complaint resolution process, the Complaints Director
must appoint an individual to conduct the alternative complaint resolution
process.


Agreement
22   The person conducting the alternative complaint resolution process
must in consultation with the complainant and the investigated person
establish the procedures for and objectives of the alternative complaint
resolution process, which must be set out in writing and signed by the
complainant, the investigated person and the representative of the College.


Confidentiality
23   The complainant and the investigated person must, subject to section
59 of the Act, agree to treat all information shared during the process as
confidential.


Leaving the process
24   The complainant and the investigated person may withdraw from the
alternative complaint resolution process at any time.


     Reinstatement

5-year limitation
25   A person whose registration or practice permit is cancelled under Part
4 of the Act may apply to the Registrar for reinstatement 5 or more years
after the date of cancellation.


Hearing date
26(1)  The Reinstatement Review Committee must hold a reinstatement hearing
regarding the application for reinstatement within 90 days of receipt of
the application by the Registrar under section 25.

(2)  The Registrar must provide to the person making the application, at
least 30 days before the date of the reinstatement hearing, written notice
of the time and place of the hearing.


Reinstatement Review Committee
27   On receipt of an application under section 26, the Registrar must
notify the Hearings Director and the Hearings Director must appoint 3
regulated members who are not members of the Registration Committee or of
the Council, as members of a Reinstatement Review Committee.


Hearing
28(1)  The reinstatement hearing is open to the public unless the
Reinstatement Review Committee determines on its own motion or on
application by any person that the reinstatement hearing or part of it
should be in private because

     (a)  of probable prejudice to a civil action or a prosecution of an
offence,

     (b)  of concern for the safety of the person or the public,

     (c)  the non-disclosure of a person's confidential, personal,
property acquisition or financial information outweighs the desirability of
having the reinstatement hearing open to the public, or

     (d)  of other reasons satisfactory to the Reinstatement Review
Committee.

(2)  The applicant must present evidence of the actions taken since the
cancellation.

(3)  The Registrar or a person that the Registrar designates may appear at
the reinstatement hearing on behalf of the College to present evidence,
including a copy of the decision and of the record of the hearing at which
the applicant's registration and practice permit were cancelled, and to
make submissions respecting the application.

(4)  If a person is designated under subsection (3), the Registrar must
inform the applicant of the person's name at least 30 days before the date
of the reinstatement hearing.

(5)  The following may be represented by legal counsel at the reinstatement
hearing:

     (a)  the Reinstatement Review Committee hearing the application;

     (b)  the applicant;

     (c)  the Registrar or a person designated under subsection (3).

(6)  Evidence may be given before the Reinstatement Review Committee in any
manner that it considers appropriate and it is not bound by the rules of
law respecting evidence applicable to judicial hearings.


Deliberations
29   In determining whether or not an application should be approved, the
Reinstatement Review Committee must

     (a)  consider

               (i)  the record of the hearing at which the applicant's
registration and practice permit were cancelled, and

               (ii) the evidence presented at the hearing,

     and

     (b)  be satisfied that

               (i)  the applicant meets the current requirements for
registration,

               (ii) any conditions imposed at the time the applicant's
permit and registration were cancelled have been met, and

               (iii)     the applicant is fit to practice dentistry and does
not pose a risk to public safety.


Decision
30(1)  The Reinstatement Review Committee must, within 60 days after the
conclusion of a reinstatement hearing, issue a written decision containing
one or more of the following orders:

     (a)  an order denying the application;

     (b)  an order directing the Registrar to reinstate the person's
registration and practice permit if the person is eligible for registration
as a regulated member in a register referred to in section 2;

     (c)  an order directing the Registrar to impose specified terms and
conditions on the person's practice permit;

     (d)  an order directing the person making the application to pay any
or all of the College's expenses incurred in respect of the application, as
calculated in accordance with the by-laws.

(2)  The Reinstatement Review Committee must provide reasons for any of its
orders in its written decision and its decision is final.


Access to decision
31(1)  The Reinstatement Review Committee may order that its decision be
publicized in a manner it considers appropriate.

(2)  The College must make the decision of the Reinstatement Review
Committee available for 10 years to the public on request.


     Information

Providing information
32(1)  A regulated member must provide the following information at the
request of the Registrar in addition to that required under section 33(3)
of the Act:

     (a)  home address, mailing address and business address;

     (b)  a passport-type photograph;

     (c)  year of registration;

     (d)  degrees and other qualifications, including specialization;

     (e)  school of graduation;

     (f)  year of graduation;

     (g)  date of birth and gender;

     (h)  date of retirement.

(2)  Subject to section 34(1) of the Act, the College may release the
information collected under subsection (1) only

     (a)  with the consent of the regulated member whose information it
is, or

     (b)  in a summarized or statistical form so that it is not possible
to relate the information to any particular identifiable person.


Correcting information
33   The Registrar may correct or remove any information in the register if
the Registrar determines it is incorrect or inaccurate.


Section 119 information
34   The Council must provide, under section 119 of the Act, the
information referred to in section 119(4) of the Act for 5 years.


Information made available
35   The Council must provide

     (a)  information on a practice permit for 2 years after a regulated
member was last granted a practice permit,
     
     (b)  information from the record of a disciplinary hearing for 5
years after completion of a hearing by the Hearing Tribunal, and

     (c)  information as to whether a hearing is scheduled to be held or
has been held under Part 4 of the Act with respect to a named regulated
member until the hearing is completed.


     Transitional Provisions, Repeals
     and Coming into Force

Transitional provisions
36   On the coming into force of this Regulation, a registered member
described in section 6 of Schedule 7 of the Act is deemed to be entered on
the regulated member register in the register category that the Registrar
considers appropriate.


Repeal
37   The Dental Profession Regulation (AR 328/84) is repealed.


Coming into force
38   This Regulation comes into force on the coming into force of Schedule
7 of the Health Professions Act.


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     Alberta Regulation 255/2001

     Health Professions Act

     MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGISTS PROFESSION REGULATION

     Filed:  December 19, 2001

Approved by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 507/2001) on December
19, 2001 pursuant to section 131 of the Health Professions Act.


     Table of Contents

Definitions    1

     Registers

Register categories 2

     Registration

General register    3
Diagnostic cytology register  4
Clinical genetics register    5
Current qualifications   6
Equivalent jurisdiction  7
Substantially equivalent qualifications 8
Temporary register  9
English language requirements 10
Good character requirements   11

     Practice Permit

Renewal requirements     12

     Alternative Complaint Resolution Process

Process conductor   13
Agreement 14
Confidentiality     15
Leaving the process 16

     Reinstatement

Application    17
Hearing date   18
Hearing process     19
Deliberations  20
Decision  21
Access to decision  22

     Titles

Use of titles  23

     Information

Requested information    24
Access to regulated members information 25

     Transitional Provisions, Repeals and
     Coming into Force

Transitional provisions  26
Repeal    27
Coming into force   28


Definitions
1   In this Regulation,

     (a)  "College" means Alberta College of Medical Laboratory
Technologists;

     (b)  "Complaints Director" means the complaints director of the
College;

     (c)  "Council" means the council of the College;

     (d)  "Hearings Director" means the hearings director of the College;

     (e)  "President" means the President of the College;
     
     (f)  "Registrar" means the registrar of the College;

     (g)  "Registration Committee" means the registration committee of
the College.


     Registers

Register categories
2   The regulated members register established by the Council under section
33(1)(a) of the Act has the following categories:

     (a)  general register;

     (b)  diagnostic cytology register;

     (c)  clinical genetics register;

     (d)  temporary register.


     Registration

General register
3   An applicant for registration as a regulated member on the general
register must have obtained a diploma from a program in medical laboratory
science of at least 2 years' duration or a degree from a program, approved
by the Council, and have successfully passed a registration examination
approved by the Council.


Diagnostic cytology register
4   An applicant for registration as a regulated member on the diagnostic
cytology register must have obtained a diploma from a program in medical
laboratory science of at least 2 years' duration or a degree from a
program, approved by the Council, with a specialization in diagnostic
cytology and have successfully passed a registration examination approved
by the Council.


Clinical genetics register
5   An applicant for registration as a regulated member on the clinical
genetics register must have obtained a diploma from a program in medical
laboratory science of at least 2 years' duration or a degree from a
program, approved by the Council, with a specialization in clinical
genetics and have successfully passed a registration examination approved
by the Council.


Current qualifications
6   An applicant for registration under section 3, 4 or 5 must have met the
requirements set out in that section within 4 years of the date that the
Registrar receives a complete application or the applicant must

     (a)  have been employed for at least 900 hours in the practice of
medical laboratory technology in the 4 years immediately preceding the date
the application is received by the Registrar, or

     (b)  have successfully completed a refresher education program
approved by the Council within 2 years of the date the complete application
is received by the Registrar.


Equivalent jurisdiction
7   An applicant for registration as a regulated member who is currently
registered in good standing in another jurisdiction recognized by the
Council as having substantially equivalent registration requirements may be
registered on the appropriate register.


Substantially equivalent qualifications
8   An applicant who does not meet the registration requirements under
section 3, 4, 5 or 7 and whose qualifications have been determined by the
Registration Committee to be substantially equivalent to the registration
requirements under section 3, 4 or 5 may be registered on the appropriate
register.


Temporary register
9(1)  An applicant who has fulfilled the registration requirements but has
not completed a registration examination approved by the Council may be
registered on the temporary register.

(2)  The applicant must successfully pass a registration examination
approved by the Council within one year of registration on the temporary
register.

(3)  A registration on the temporary register expires after one year unless
the requirements of subsection (2) are met.

(4)  If a regulated member on the temporary register successfully completes
a registration examination approved by the Council, the Registrar must
remove the regulated member's name from the temporary register and enter it
on the appropriate register of regulated members.

(5)  A person whose registration on the temporary register expires may
apply to the Registration Committee to extend the registration as a
regulated member on the temporary register for up to one year.

(6)  A person who is registered on the temporary register may practice only
while supervised, in a manner satisfactory to the Registrar or the
Registration Committee, by a regulated member on a register other than the
temporary register.


English language requirements
10(1)  In addition to the other registration requirements in this
Regulation, an applicant for registration as a regulated member must be
sufficiently proficient in the English language to be able to provide
professional services in English.

(2)  An applicant may be required by the Registrar to demonstrate
proficiency in the English language in accordance with the standards
approved by the Council.


Good character requirements
11   In addition to the other registration requirements in this Regulation,
an applicant for registration as a regulated member must sign a declaration
stating

     (a)  whether the applicant is currently undergoing or in the past
has undergone an unprofessional conduct process or is or has been
disciplined by another regulatory body responsible for the regulation of
medical laboratory technologists or another regulated profession;

     (b)  whether the applicant has ever been convicted of a criminal
offence, and

     (c)  that all information in the application is true to the best of
the applicant's knowledge.


     Practice Permit

Renewal requirements
12   Regulated members applying for renewal of their practice permit must
state whether they have been convicted of a criminal offence since the
previous renewal of their practice permit and must

     (a)  have been employed in the practice of medical laboratory
technology for 900 working hours in the 4-year period immediately preceding
the application for renewal,

     (b)  have completed refresher education approved by the Council in
the 2-year period immediately preceding the application for renewal, or

     (c)  have been granted a degree or diploma described in section 3, 4
or 5 within the 4-year period immediately preceding the application for
renewal.


     Alternative Complaint Resolution Process

Process conductor
13   When a complainant and an investigated person have agreed to enter
into an alternative complaint resolution process, the Complaints Director
must appoint an individual to conduct the alternative complaint resolution
process.


Agreement
14   The person conducting the alternative complaint resolution process
must in consultation with the complainant and the investigated person
establish the procedures for and objectives of the alternative complaint
resolution process, which must be set out in writing and signed by the
complainant, the investigated person and the representative of the College.


Confidentiality
15   The complainant and the investigated person must, subject to section
59 of the Act, agree to treat all information shared during the process as
confidential.


Leaving the process
16   The complainant and the investigated person may withdraw from the
alternative complaint resolution process at any time.


     Reinstatement

Application
17(1)  A person whose registration and practice permit have been cancelled
under Part 4 of the Act may apply in writing to the Registrar to have the
registration and practice permit reinstated.

(2)  An application under subsection (1) may not be made earlier than

     (a)  5 years after the cancellation, or

     (b)  one year after a previous application under subsection (1).


Hearing date
18(1)  The Registrar must, within 30 days of receipt of the application,
refer the application to the Hearings Director and the Hearings Director
must select a committee, to be called the Reinstatement Review Committee,
composed of not fewer than 3 persons and not more than 5 persons from among
the regulated members who are not members of the Registration Committee or
of the Council, to hold a hearing in respect of the application.

(2)  The hearing must be held within 90 days from the date the application
is referred to the Hearings Director.

(3)  The Registrar must provide to the person making the application, at
least 30 days before the date of the hearing, written notice of the time
and place of the hearing.


Hearing process
19(1)  The reinstatement hearing is open to the public unless the
Reinstatement Review Committee determines on its own motion or on
application by any person that the reinstatement hearing or part of it
should be in private because

     (a)  of probable prejudice to a civil action or a prosecution of an
offence,

     (b)  of concern for the safety of the person or the public,

     (c)  the non-disclosure of a person's confidential, personal,
property acquisition or financial information outweighs the desirability of
having the reinstatement hearing open to the public, or

     (d)  of other reasons satisfactory to the Reinstatement Review
Committee.

(2)  The Registrar or a person that the Registrar designates may appear at
the reinstatement hearing on behalf of the College to present evidence,
including a copy of the decision and the record of the hearing at which the
applicant's registration and practice permit were cancelled, and to make
submissions respecting the application.

(3)  If a person is designated under subsection (2), the Registrar must
inform the applicant of the person's name at least 30 days before the date
of the hearing.

(4)  The applicant must present evidence of eligibility for registration as
a regulated member and of the actions taken since the cancellation.

(5)  The following may be represented by legal counsel at the hearing:

     (a)  the Reinstatement Review Committee hearing the application;

     (b)  the applicant;

     (c)  the Registrar or a person designated under subsection (2).

(6)  Evidence may be given before the Reinstatement Review Committee in any
manner that it considers appropriate and it is not bound by the rules of
law respecting evidence applicable to judicial hearings.


Deliberations
20   In determining whether or not an application should be approved, the
Reinstatement Review Committee must

     (a)  consider

               (i)  the record of the hearing at which the applicant's
registration and practice permit were cancelled, and

               (ii) the evidence presented at the hearing,

     and

     (b)  be satisfied that

               (i)  the applicant meets the current requirements for
registration,

               (ii) any conditions imposed at the time the applicant's
permit and registration were cancelled have been met, and

               (iii)     the applicant is fit to practice medical laboratory
technology and does not pose a risk to public safety.


Decision
21(1)  The Reinstatement Review Committee must, within 30 days after the
conclusion of a hearing, issue a written decision containing one or more of
the following orders:

     (a)  an order denying the application;

     (b)  an order directing the Registrar to reinstate the person's
registration and practice permit, if the person is eligible for
registration as a regulated member in a register referred to in section 2;

     (c)  an order directing the Registrar to impose specified terms and
conditions on the person's practice permit;

     (d)  an order directing the person making the application to pay any
or all of the College's expenses incurred in respect of the application, as
calculated in accordance with the by-laws.

(2)  The committee must provide reasons for any of its orders in its
written decision.


Access to decision
22(1)  The Reinstatement Review Committee may order that its decision be
publicized in a manner it considers appropriate.

(2)  The College must make the decision of the Reinstatement Review
Committee available for 5 years to the public on request.


     Titles

Use of titles
23   Subject to an order made under Part 4 of the Act, a ratified
settlement or an order made under section 21(1)(c), a member may, in the
regulated member's practice of medical laboratory technology, use any of
the following titles, abbreviations and initials:

     (a)  medical laboratory technologist;

     (b)  M.L.T.;

     (c)  R.M.L.T.;

and may use the words "registered" and "regulated".


     Information

Requested information
24(1)  A regulated member must provide the following information on the
initial application for registration, when there are any changes to the
information, an application for a practice permit and on request of the
Registrar:

     (a)  the regulated member's place of employment, the employer's
address and phone number and the name of the regional health authority
where the employment is located;

     (b)  the number of working hours the regulated member has been
employed in the practice of medical laboratory technology in the preceding
4 years;

     (c)  the educational history, including the name of the institution
from which the regulated member graduated, the year of graduation and the
language of instruction;

     (d)  the year of completion of the registration examination, the
level of certification and subject areas;

     (e)  the regulated member's date of birth, mailing address and home
and work phone numbers.

(2)  Subject to section 34(1) of the Act, the College may release the
information collected under subsection (1) only

     (a)  with the consent of the regulated member whose information it
is, or

     (b)  in a summarized or statistical form so that it is not possible
to relate the information to any particular identifiable person.


Access to regulated members information
25   The period of time during which the College is required to provide
information under section 119(4) of the Act is 5 years.


     Transitional Provisions, Repeals
     and Coming into Force

Transitional provisions
26   On the coming into force of this Regulation,

     (a)  a registered member described in section 6 of Schedule 11 of
the Act is deemed to be registered on the regulated member register in the
register category that the Registrar considers appropriate, and

     (b)  a temporary registered member described in section 6 of
Schedule 11 of the Act is deemed to be registered on the regulated member
register in the temporary register category.


Repeal
27   The Medical Laboratory Technologists Regulation (AR 49/93) is
repealed.


Coming into force
28   This Regulation comes into force on the coming into force of Schedule
11 of the Health Professions Act.


     Alberta Regulation 256/2001

     Regional Health Authorities Act

     ALBERTA HOSPITAL EDMONTON FOUNDATION
     AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  December 19, 2001

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 509/2001) on December 19,
2001 pursuant to section 21 of the Regional Health Authorities Act.


1   The Alberta Hospital Edmonton Foundation Regulation (AR 247/96) is
amended by this Regulation.


2   Section 9 is amended by striking out "December 31, 2001" and
substituting "September 30, 2006".


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     Alberta Regulation 257/2001

     Agricultural Operation Practices Act

     AGRICULTURAL OPERATIONS, PART 2 MATTERS REGULATION

     Filed:  December 19, 2001

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 510/2001) on December 19,
2001 pursuant to section 44 of the Agricultural Operation Practices Act.


     Table of Contents

Definitions    1
Approval required   2
Registration required    3
Authorization required   4
Affected party 5
Expiry    6
Coming into force   7

Schedules


Definitions
1   In this Regulation,

     (a)  "Act" means the Agricultural Operation Practices Act;

     (b)  "animal unit" means, for a type of livestock, the number
determined by dividing the number of individuals of the type of livestock
by the factor listed in Schedule 1 for that type of livestock;

     (c)  "construction" does not include clearing and levelling land;

     (d)  "expansion" means the construction of additional facilities to
store manure or to accommodate more livestock;

     (e)  "parcel of land" means parcel of land within the meaning of
Part 17 of the Municipal Government Act.


Approval required
2   An approval is required for an owner or operator to construct or expand
a confined feeding operation for the containment of the number of animals
set out in column 3 of Schedule 2 for the type of livestock to be present
at the confined feeding operation.


Registration required
3   A registration is required for an owner or operator to construct or
expand a confined feeding operation for the containment of the number of
animals set out in column 2 of Schedule 2 for type of livestock to be
present at the confined feeding operation.


Authorization required
4   In accordance with section 14(1) of the Act, the regulations require an
owner or operator to hold an authorization for the  construction or
expansion of a manure storage facility that is for  containment of manure
for 6 months or more in any calendar year.


Affected party
5   For the purposes of Part 2 of the Act an affected party is

     (a)  in the case of any part of a confined feeding operation that is
located or is to be located within 100 metres of the bank of a river or
stream or of a canal, a person or municipality that is entitled, under the
Water Act, to divert water from the river, stream or canal within 10 miles
downstream, as measured along the water course;

     (b)  the municipality where the confined feeding operation is or is
to be located;

     (c)  a municipality within and a person who resides on or owns land
that is within, the following distance from the boundary of a parcel of
land on which the confined feeding operation is located or is to be
located:

               (i)  1/2 a mile of a confined feeding operation that
contains or is to contain 500 or fewer animal units;

               (ii) one mile of a confined feeding operation that
contains or is to contain 501 or more animal units but fewer than 1001
animal units;

               (iii)     1.5 miles of a confined feeding operation that
contains or is to contain 1001 or more animal units but fewer than 5001
animal units;

               (iv) 2 miles of a confined feeding operation that
contains or is to contain 5001 or more animal units but fewer than 10 001
animal units;

               (v)  3 miles of a confined feeding operation that
contains or is to contain 10 001 or more animal units but fewer than 20 001
animal units;

               (vi) 4 miles of a confined feeding operation that
contains or is to contain 20 001 or more animal units;

     (d)  a person who resides on land that is adjacent to the parcel of
land on which manure from the confined feeding operation is spread or is to
be spread.

Expiry
6   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be repassed in
its present or an amended form following a review, this Regulation expires
on January 31, 2007.


Coming into force
7   This Regulation comes into force on January 1, 2002.


     SCHEDULE 1

     Animal Units

Type of Livestock
Factor to be used to determine the animal units


Beef cows/finishers (900+ lbs)
1.1


Beef Feeders (<900 lbs)
2


Dairy (milking cows including replacements and dries)
0.5


Swine (sows - farrow to finish)
0.56


Swine (sows - farrow to wean)
1.5


Swine (feeders)
5


Swine (weaners)
18.2


Poultry (broilers)
500


Poultry (breeder hens)
100



Poultry (layers)
125


Poultry (pullets)
500


Turkeys (toms)
50


Ducks
50


Geese
50


Horses (PMU)
1


Horses (feeders)
1


Sheep (ewes/rams)
5


Goats
6


Bison
1


Elk
1.7


Deer
5


Wild Boar
4




SCHEDULE 2



Type of Livestock
Column 2
Column 3



Number of Animals (registration)
Number of Animals (approvals)


Beef cows/finishers (900+ lbs)
150 - 349
350+


Beef Feeders (<900 lbs)
200 - 499
500+


Dairy (milking cows including replacements and dries)
50 - 199
200+


Swine (sows - farrow to finish)
30 - 249
250+


Swine (sows - farrow to wean)
50 - 999
1000+


Swine (feeders)
500 - 3299
3300+


Swine (weaners)
500 - 8999
9000+


Poultry (broilers)
2000 - 59 999
60 000+


Poultry (breeder hens)
1000 - 15 999
16 000+


Poultry (layers)
5000 - 29 999
30 000+


Poultry (pullets)
2000 - 59 999
60 000+


Turkeys (toms)
1000 - 29 999
30 000+


Ducks
1000 - 29 999
30 000+


Geese
1000 - 29 999
30 000+


Horses (PMU)
100 - 399
400+


Horses (feeders)
100 - 299
300+


Sheep (ewes/rams)
200 - 1999
2000+


Goats
200 - 1999
2000+


Bison
150 - 349
350+


Elk
150 - 399
400+


Deer
200 - 999
1000+


Wild Boar
100 - 299
300+




     Alberta Regulation 258/2001

     Feeder Associations Guarantee Act

     FEEDER ASSOCIATIONS GUARANTEE AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  December 19, 2001

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 512/2001) on December 19,
2001 pursuant to section 5 of the Feeder Associations Guarantee Act.


1   The Feeder Associations Guarantee Regulation (AR 75/98) is amended by
this Regulation.


2   Section 7(1)(b) is amended by striking out "$150 000" and substituting
"$200 000".


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     Alberta Regulation 259/2001

     Livestock and Livestock Products Act

     HATCHERY SUPPLY FLOCK APPROVAL AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  December 19, 2001

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 513/2001) on December 19,
2001 pursuant to section 2 of the Livestock and Livestock Products Act.


1   The Hatchery Supply Flock Approval Regulation (AR 183/97) is amended by
this Regulation.


2   Section 8 is amended by striking out "January 1, 2002" and substituting
"March 31, 2003".


     Alberta Regulation 260/2001

     Livestock and Livestock Products Act

     HONEY GRADING AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  December 19, 2001

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 514/2001) on December 19,
2001 pursuant to section 2 of the Livestock and Livestock Products Act.


1   The Honey Grading Regulation (AR 104/97) is amended by this Regulation.


2   Section 7 is amended by striking out "December 31, 2001" and
substituting "May 31, 2006".


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     Alberta Regulation 261/2001

     Livestock and Livestock Products Act

     PURCHASE AND SALE OF EGGS AND EGG PRODUCTS
     AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  December 19, 2001

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 515/2001) on December 19,
2001 pursuant to section 2 of the Livestock and Livestock Products Act.


1   The Purchase and Sale of Eggs and Egg Products Regulation (AR 184/97)
is amended by this Regulation.


2   Section 21 is amended by striking out "January 1, 2002" and
substituting "March 31, 2003".


     Alberta Regulation 262/2001

     Marketing of Agricultural Products Act

     ALBERTA CHICKEN PRODUCERS' PLAN AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  December 19, 2001

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 516/2001) on December 19,
2001 pursuant to section 23 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act.


1   The Alberta Chicken Producers' Plan Regulation (AR 70/93) is amended by
this Regulation.


2   Section 1 is amended by adding the following after clause (c):

     (c.1)     "Canada Board" means

               (i)  the National Farm Products Marketing Council or an
agency established pursuant to the Farm Products Agencies Act (Canada), or

               (ii) the Governor General in Council,

          as the case may be;


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

     (o)  "production facilities" includes the buildings or improvements
or both in which chicken is produced and the parcel of land on which the
buildings or improvements or both are located.


4   Section 8 is amended

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

               (d)  must maintain such books and records, including
financial records,

                         (i)  as from time to time may be required
under the Act or the regulations or by virtue of an order by the Council,
and

                         (ii) as may be determined by the Board;

     (b)  in clause (e) by striking out "hatcheryman" and substituting
"hatchery".


5   Section 13 is amended by striking out "Farm Products Marketing Agencies
Act (Canada)" and substituting "Farm Products Agencies Act (Canada)".


6   Section 15 is repealed and the following is substituted:

Members of the Board
     15   Subject to section 17, the Board consists of 5 members, who must
be licensed producers.


8   Section 17 is amended by adding the following after subsection (2):

     (3)  Notwithstanding subsections (1) and (2), a member of the Board,
with the approval of the Council, may be elected to serve as an additional
member of the Board for an additional period not to exceed 3 years in order
to enable the Board to fulfill its commitments to the Canada Board.

     (4)  A person who is elected under subsection (3) is not eligible to
be elected to the Board again until 3 years have expired following the
expiry of the additional term referred to in subsection (3).


9   Section 34.1 is amended by striking out "December 31, 2001" and
substituting "May 31, 2007".


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     Alberta Regulation 263/2001

     Marketing of Agricultural Products Act

     ALBERTA SHEEP AND WOOL COMMISSION PLAN REGULATION

     Filed:  December 19, 2001

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 517/2001) on December 19,
2001 pursuant to section 23 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act.


     Table of Contents

Definitions    1
Designation of agricultural products    2

     Part 1
     General Operation of Plan

     Division 1
     Plan

Plan continued 3
Termination of Plan 4
Application of Plan 5
Purpose of Plan     6
Zones     7

     Division 2
     Administration of Plan by Commission

Commission continued     8
Functions of Commission  9
Regulations to operate Plan   10
Financing of the Plan    11
Service charges not refundable     12
Indemnification fund     13
Honorary memberships     14
Auditor   15
Fiscal year    16

     Part 2
     Governance of Plan

     Division 1
     Commission

Composition of Commission     17
Chair     18
Term of office 19
Removal from office 20
Meetings of directors    21
Quorum re meetings of directors    22
Directors' role     23

     Division 2
     General Meetings of Producers

Annual zone meetings     24
Annual Commission meeting     25
Special zone meetings    26
Calling of meetings 27
Quorum re zone meetings  28

     Division 3
     Eligibility, Voting and Elections

Eligible producers  29
Producers who are individuals 30
Producers who are not individuals  31
Voting    32
Eligibility to be a director  33
Election of directors    34
Returning officer   35
Controverted election    36

     Part 3
     Transitional Provisions, Repeals, Review and Coming into Force

Transitional   37
Repeal    38
Review    39
Coming into force   40

Schedule


Definitions
1   In this Regulation,

     (a)  "Act" means the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act;

     (b)  "annual Commission meeting" means an annual Commission meeting
provided for under section 25;

     (c)  "annual zone meeting" means an annual general meeting of the
eligible producers of a zone;

     (d)  "Canada Act" means

               (i)  the Farm Products Agencies Act (Canada);

               (ii) the Agricultural Products Marketing Act (Canada);

     (e)  "Commission" means the Alberta Sheep and Wool Commission;

     (f)  "Council" means the Alberta Agricultural Products Marketing
Council;

     (g)  "dealer" means a person who is in the business of buying and
selling the regulated product and includes

               (i)  a livestock dealer under the Livestock Dealers and
Livestock Dealers' Agents  Regulation (AR 66/98) or any successor to that
Regulation;

               (ii) a person who acts as an agent in the buying or
selling of the regulated product and in respect of buying makes direct
payment to the producer;

               (iii)     a person who is a feedlot operator or agent of a
feedlot operator, including a person who is in the business of

                         (A)  buying sheep;

                         (B)  feeding sheep for the purposes of
adding value;

                         (C)  marketing sheep;

     (h)  "director" means a director of the Commission;

     (i)  "eligible producer" means a producer who qualifies as an
eligible producer under section 29;

     (j)  "marketing"

               (i)  means buying or selling the regulated product, and

               (ii) includes any other function or activity designated
as marketing by the Lieutenant Governor in Council;

     (k)  "person" means a person as defined in the Interpretation Act
and includes

               (i)  a partnership as defined in the Partnership Act;

               (ii) an unincorporated organization that is not a
partnership referred to in subclause (i);

               (iii)     any group of individuals who are carrying on an
activity for a common purpose and are neither a partnership referred to in
subclause (i) nor an unincorporated organization referred to in subclause
(ii);

     (l)  "Plan" means the Plan referred to in section 3;

     (m)  "processing" means changing the nature or form of the regulated
product;

     (n)  "processor" means a person who is in the business of

               (i)  buying sheep for the purpose of slaughtering or
otherwise processing the regulated product, or

               (ii) buying wool for the purpose of processing;

     (o)  "producer" means a person who

               (i)  breeds, raises, feeds or owns sheep, or

               (ii) sells wool that is sheared from sheep owned by that
person

          and markets the regulated product;

     (p)  "regulated product" means

               (i)  live sheep;

               (ii) the whole or any part of a sheep carcass;

               (iii)     wool;

     (q)  "sale" means any contract, bargain, arrangement, consignment or
agreement under which the beneficial title to or beneficial ownership of
the regulated product transfers from a seller to a buyer, whether with or
without the involvement of agents for either the seller or buyer;

     (r)  "sheep" means domestic rams, wethers, ewes and lambs of genus
Ovis;

     (s)  "special zone meeting" means a special general meeting of the
eligible producers of a zone;

     (t)  "wool" means shorn grease wool that comes from sheep;

     (u)  "zone" means those areas designated in the Schedule as zones.


Designation of agricultural products
2   Sheep and wool are designated as agricultural products for the purposes
of the Act.


     PART 1

     GENERAL OPERATION OF PLAN

     Division 1
     Plan

Plan continued
3   The Alberta Sheep and Wool Commission Plan continued under the Alberta
Sheep and Wool Commission Plan Regulation (AR 300/96) is hereby revised and
continued under this Regulation with the name "Alberta Sheep and Wool
Commission Plan".


Termination of Plan
4   This Plan does not terminate at the conclusion of a specific period of
time and remains in force unless otherwise terminated pursuant to the Act.


Application of Plan
5(1)  This Plan applies

     (a)  to all of Alberta,

     (b)  to producers who produce or market the regulated product  other
than those producers who are exempted under this Plan, and

     (c)  to dealers for the purpose of sections 10(a), (b), (c), (d),
(e) and (f) and 11. 

(2)  Where a person carries out the functions of a producer, dealer and
processor or carries out any one or more of those functions, this Plan
applies to that person in respect of each of those functions that the
person carries out.

(3)  A person or any class of persons or any class of the regulated product
may be exempt from this Plan or any portion of this Plan where permitted by
a majority vote of the eligible producers conducted at an annual Commission
meeting.


Purpose of Plan
6(1)  The purposes of this Plan are to do the following:

     (a)  to provide for the initiation, support or conduct of programs
for stimulating, increasing and improving the economic well-being of the
sheep and wool industry in Alberta;

     (b)  to provide for the initiation, support or conduct of studies
and research in connection with

               (i)  production of the regulated product,

               (ii) processing and marketing of the regulated product,
and

               (iii)     consumer needs and demands with respect to the
regulated product;

     (c)  to provide assistance in the education of producers and dealers
of the regulated product in respect of the proper methods of production,
marketing and processing of the regulated product;

     (d)  to provide for the initiation, support or conduct of
promotional activities in respect of the production, marketing and
processing of the regulated product;

     (e)  to provide funds to any organization for programs that have
objectives similar to those of the Commission.

(2)  Under this Plan neither the production nor the marketing of the
regulated product is controlled or regulated.


Zones
7(1)  For the purpose of this Plan, Alberta is divided into 7 zones.

(2)  The area included in each zone is as set out in the Schedule.

(3)  With the approval of the Lieutenant Governor in Council, the
Commission may

     (a)  alter the area that is included within a zone, or

     (b)  increase or decrease the number of zones by one or more zones,

for the purposes of providing equitable representation to the eligible
producers.


     Division 2
     Administration of Plan by Commission

Commission continued
8   The Alberta Sheep and Wool Commission is hereby continued.


Functions of Commission
9(1)  The Commission

     (a)  is responsible for the operation, regulation, supervision and
enforcement of this Plan;

     (b)  must

               (i)  open one or more accounts in a bank, trust company,
treasury branch, credit union or other depository, and

               (ii) designate those officers, employees and other
persons as are necessary to sign cheques and transact the Commission's
business with its bank, trust company, treasury branch, credit union or
other depository;

     (c)  may

               (i)  enter into an operating line of credit or other
loan agreement with its bank, trust company, treasury branch, credit union
or other lending institution, and

               (ii) designate those officers, employees and other
persons as are necessary to transact the Commission's business;

     (d)  must cause books and records, including financial records, to
be maintained

               (i)  from time to time as may be required under the Act,
the regulations or by order of the Council, and

               (ii) as may be determined by the Commission;

     (e)  must maintain an office, the location of which must at all
times be made known to each eligible producer;

     (f)  may appoint officers, employees and agents, prescribe their
duties and fix their remuneration;

     (g)  subject to the Act, the regulations and any orders of the
Council, may issue general orders governing its internal operation as it
may from time to time determine;

     (h)  may become a member of any agricultural organization or any
organization that promotes the interest of Alberta sheep and wool
producers;

     (i)  may contribute funds to any agricultural organization or any
organization that promotes the interest of Alberta sheep and wool
producers;

     (j)  may, in accordance with section 50 of the Act, be authorized to
perform any function or duty and exercise any power imposed or conferred on
the Commission by or under the Canada Act.

(2)  The books and records referred to in subsection (1)(d) must be open
for inspection at the office of the Commission at all reasonable times.


Regulations to operate Plan
10   For the purposes of enabling the Commission to operate this Plan, the
Commission may be empowered by the Council, pursuant to section 26 of the
Act, to make regulations

     (a)  requiring any person who produces, markets or processes the
regulated product to furnish to the Commission any information or record
relating to the marketing or processing of the regulated product that the
Commission considers necessary;

     (b)  requiring persons, other than an eligible producer, to be
licensed under this Plan before they become engaged in the marketing or
processing of the regulated product;

     (c)  prohibiting persons, other than an eligible producer, from
engaging in the marketing and processing, as the case may be, of a
regulated product except under the authority of a licence issued under this
Plan;

     (d)  governing the issuance, suspension or cancellation of a licence
issued under this Plan;

     (e)  providing for

               (i)  the assessment, charging and collection of service
charges from producers from time to time as required for the purpose of
this Plan, and

               (ii) the taking of legal action to enforce payment of
the service charges and licence fees as the case may be;

     (f)  requiring any person who receives the regulated product from a
producer

               (i)  to deduct from the money payable to the producer
any service charges payable by the producer to the Commission, and

               (ii) to forward the amount deducted to the Commission;

     (g)  providing for the use of any class of service charges, licence
fees or other money payable to or received by the Commission for the
purpose of paying its expenses and administering this Plan and the
regulations made by the Commission;

     (h)  providing for the payment to a Canada Board of money that is
payable under a Canada Act.


Financing of the Plan
11   In accordance with the regulations,

     (a)  this Plan is to be financed by the charging and collection of
licence fees from dealers and service charges from producers and any other
money payable to or received by the Commission;

     (b)  every producer must pay a service charge

               (i)  on each sheep, whole sheep carcass or any part of a
sheep carcass sold by the producer, and

               (ii) on each kilogram or pound of wool sold by the
producer;

     (c)  the Commission may, from time to time, change the amount of the
service charge, but the change is not effective until it has been approved
by a majority vote of the eligible producers at an annual Commission
meeting.


Service charges not refundable
12   Service charges are not refundable under this Plan.


Indemnifica-tion fund
13   The Commission shall not establish and operate a fund under section 34
or 35 of the Act.


Honorary memberships
14   The Commission may, if there is not any cost incurred by the
Commission in so doing, establish non-voting associate, patron, industry,
affiliate or honorary memberships under this Plan to provide interested
individuals or organizations the opportunity to contribute to the
activities and goals of the Commission.


Auditor
15   The auditor for the Commission must be appointed from time to time by
the Commission.


Fiscal year
16   Unless otherwise changed pursuant to a motion passed at an annual
Commission meeting, the fiscal year of the Commission is September 1 to the
following August 31.


     PART 2

     GOVERNANCE OF PLAN

     Division 1
     Commission

Composition of Commission
17(1)  The Commission consists of the same number of directors as there are
zones.

(2)  One director must be elected from each zone to represent the zone from
which the director is elected.


Chair
18(1)  Following the annual Commission meetings in each year, the
Commission shall elect from among the directors

     (a)  a chair of the Commission, and

     (b)  a vice-chair of the Commission.

(2)  During their term of office, the chair and vice-chair of the
Commission serve at the pleasure of the directors.

(3)  The remuneration to be paid to the chair, vice-chair and directors of
the Commission may be fixed from time to time by the directors.
 
(4)  Notwithstanding subsection (3), if, in any year pursuant to a vote
conducted at each annual zone meeting held for that year, a majority of the
total number of all of the registered producers attending those meetings
vote to establish the amount of the remuneration to be paid to the chair,
vice-chair and other directors of the commission, that amount is the
remuneration payable to those people for not less than one year from the
time that the vote was concluded.


Term of office
19(1)  The directors hold office for 3 years.

(2)  The term of office of a director

     (a)  commences on the conclusion of the annual zone meeting during
which the director was elected, and

     (b)  expires on the conclusion of the annual zone meeting that takes
place in the year that the director's term of office is to expire.


Removal from office
20(1)  Where a director ceases to be an eligible producer or a
representative of an eligible producer during that person's term of office,
that person, unless that person sooner resigns as a director, ceases to be
a director from the day the person ceases to be an eligible producer.

(2)  Where a director is absent from 2 consecutive meetings of the
Commission without reasons that the Commission considers adequate, that
person's position on the Commission as a director is deemed to be vacant at
the conclusion of the 2nd consecutive meeting from which that person is
absent.

(3)  Where a vacancy occurs on the Commission under this section, the
Commission may appoint, with the approval of Council, an individual to fill
the position from among the eligible producers who are eligible to be
elected to that position.

(4)  Where a person is appointed as a director under subsection (3), that
person serves until the next annual Commission meeting.


Meetings of directors
21   The Commission may, at the call of the chair or of not  fewer than 3
directors, conduct meetings of the directors.


Quorum re meetings of directors
22   The quorum necessary for the conduct of business at a meeting of the
directors is a majority of the directors.


Directors' role
23(1)  The responsibilities of the Commission, the authority delegated to
the Commission by the Council and the direction, administration and
management of the Commission's work, business and affairs, including the
control and management of the assets owned, held or acquired by the
Commission, are vested in the directors to act on behalf of the Commission.

(2)  The directors have the power to do all things that are necessary to
carry out the purpose of this Plan and to manage the business and affairs
of the Commission.

(3)  The Commission may authorize any person, entity or committee to
exercise any of the powers of the Commission as set forth in this Plan or
otherwise.

(4)  Where a person, entity or committee is authorized under subsection (3)
to exercise any power on behalf of the directors, 

     (a)  that person, entity or committee is to report back to the
directors with respect to the exercise of that power, and 

     (b)  the directors retain a supervisory function to oversee the
actions of that person, entity of committee in the exercise of that power.



     Division 2
     General Meetings of Producers

Annual zone meetings
24(1)  In each year an annual zone meeting must be held in each zone.

(2)  The purpose of an annual zone meeting is 

     (a)  to receive a report from the director representing the zone
concerning the Commission's operations and activities;

     (b)  to receive a copy of the auditor's report concerning the
Commission's activities for the preceding year;

     (c)  to consider such other matters as the Commission or the
eligible producers attending the annual zone meeting may consider
advisable;

     (d)  when required, to elect a director to represent the zone.

(3)  An annual zone meeting must be commenced within 90 days from the day
of the conclusion of the Commission's fiscal year end.


Annual Commission meeting
25(1)  The annual Commission meeting for a year must be comprised of all of
the annual zone meetings held for that year.

(2)  The annual Commission meeting

     (a)  commences at the start of the first of the annual zone meetings
conducted after the conclusion of the previous year's last annual zone
meeting, and

     (b)  concludes at the end of the last annual zone meeting conducted
for that year. 

(3)  The quorum necessary to complete the annual Commission meeting is the
total of the annual zone meetings in section 28.


Special zone meetings
26   The Commission may, in respect of a zone, direct that a special zone
meeting be held

     (a)  when requested in writing to do so by the Council,

     (b)  when requested in writing to do so by not fewer than 10% of the
eligible producers of the zone, or

     (c)  when the Commission determines that a special zone meeting
should be held.


Calling of meetings
27(1)  The Commission must set the time, place and date of any annual zone
meeting and special zone meeting.

(2)  The Commission may publish a notice of a meeting and

     (a)  send it out to those entitled to the notice by means of prepaid
mail, or

     (b)  publicize the notice of the meeting in any manner that the
Commission determines.

(3)  Any notice of a meeting must set forth the time, place, date and
purpose of the meeting.

(4)  Notwithstanding anything in this section, a meeting shall not be
commenced unless notice of the meeting has been given under subsection (2)
at least 14 days prior to the day on which the meeting is to be held.


Quorum re zone meetings
28   The quorum necessary for the conduct of business is,

     (a)  in the case of an annual zone meeting, 7 eligible producers who
reside within the zone;

     (b)  in the case of a special zone meeting, 7 eligible producers who
reside within the zone.


     Division 3
     Eligibility, Voting and Elections

Eligible producers
29   For the purpose of this Plan,

     (a)  any producer who has paid a service charge under this Plan in
the current or immediately preceding 18 months is an eligible producer;

     (b)  the Commission must maintain a list of eligible producers;

     (c)  all producers who can be identified by the Commission as having
paid a service charge under this Plan must be included on the list of
eligible producers for that current year;

     (d)  any producer who is not listed on the Commission's list of
eligible producers must be added to the list where the producer can provide
proof to the Commission that the producer has paid a service charge under
this Plan in the current year for which the application is made;

     (e)  once a producer is listed with the Commission as an eligible
producer, the producer continues to be recognized as an eligible producer
from year to year, unless the eligible producer ceases to pay a service
charge under this Plan for 18 months, in which case the producer ceases to
be an eligible producer;

     (f)  if a producer ceases to be an eligible producer under clause
(e), the producer is entitled to again become an eligible producer for any
year in which the producer pays a service charge under this Plan.


Producers who are individuals
30(1)  In accordance with and subject to this Plan, an eligible producer is
entitled, as a matter of right 

     (a)  to attend annual zone meetings and special zone meetings, held
under this Plan,

     (b)  to make representations on any matter pertaining to this Plan
and the Commission, 

     (c)  to vote on any matter under this Plan,

     (d)  to vote at an election for directors, 

     (e)  to be a candidate in an election for director, and 

     (f)  to vote in any plebiscites of producers held under the Act. 

(2)  Subject to subsection (3), an individual who is a producer shall not
cast a vote or be a candidate in an election for director under this Plan
unless that person's name appears on the current list of eligible
producers.

(3)  If an individual is not on the list of eligible producers, that
individual shall not cast a vote in an election unless the individual

     (a)  has signed a declaration stating that the individual

               (i)  is or qualifies as an eligible producer under this
Plan, and

               (ii) resides within the zone in respect of which the
election is to be held,

     and

     (b)  files the declaration signed under clause (a) with the
returning or deputy returning officer at the meeting at which the election
is to be held but prior to the casting of the ballots.


Producers who are not individuals
31(1)  This section only applies in respect of an eligible producer that is
not an individual.

(2)  If an eligible producer is not an individual and

     (a)  makes representations on any matter pertaining to this Plan,

     (b)  attends meetings held under this Plan,

     (c)  votes on any matter under this Plan,

     (d)  votes at an election under this Plan, or

     (e)  holds office under this Plan,

it must do so in accordance with this section.

(3)  An eligible producer to which this section applies must appoint an
individual to be the representative of the eligible producer.

(4)  A representative appointed by an eligible producer under this section
must 

     (a)  represent that producer in any matter pertaining to this Plan,

     (b)  attend meetings on behalf of the producer, and

     (c)  vote and hold office, as the case may be, on behalf of the
producer.

(5)  If an eligible producer is

     (a)  a corporation, it must appoint an individual who is a director,
shareholder, member, officer or employee of the corporation as its
representative,

     (b)  a partnership, it must appoint an individual who is a partner
or employee of the partnership as its representative, or

     (c)  an organization, other than a corporation or a partnership, it
must appoint an individual who is a member, officer or employee of the
organization as its representative.

(6)  An appointment of a representative under this section must be

     (a)  in writing, and

     (b)  in the case where a vote is to be taken at a meeting, filed
with the returning officer prior to the calling to order of the meeting at
which a vote is to take place.

(7)  A representative of an eligible producer shall not cast a vote or be a
candidate in an election for director under this Plan unless

     (a)  the individual who is the representative presents a document
signed by the producer indicating the name of the individual who may vote
for the producer, or

     (b)  the individual who is the representative makes a statutory
declaration stating that

               (i)  the individual is a representative of the producer,
and

               (ii) the individual has not previously voted in the
election or on the matter in respect of which the individual wishes to cast
a vote.

(8)  A statutory declaration made under subsection (7)(b) must be made in
writing before the returning officer prior to the votes being cast.

(9)  An individual cannot be a representative under this section for more
than one producer.

(10)  A representative shall not vote or hold office before that
representative's appointment is filed in accordance with subsection (6).


Voting
32(1)  A person is eligible to vote on any question put to a vote at an
annual zone meeting or special zone meeting if the person 

     (a)  is an eligible producer, and

     (b)  is present at the meeting at which the vote is held. 

(2)  A person is eligible to vote in an election for a zone director if the
person 

     (a)  is an eligible producer, 

     (d)  resides in the zone in respect of which the vote is being held,
and 

     (c)  is present at the meeting at which the vote is held.

(3)  A producer is not eligible to vote on a question or in an election in
more than one zone.

(4)  A producer may vote only once on each matter notwithstanding that the
producer may manage or operate or own, lease or hold equity in 2 or more
operations. 

(5)  If requested by 3 producers in attendance at a meeting, a vote carried
out under this Plan at that meeting must be carried out by means of a
secret ballot.


Eligibility to be a director
33(1)  To be eligible for election as a director to represent a zone, a
person must be an eligible producer who resides in the zone for which that
person is nominated.

(2)  Subject to subsection (3), an eligible producer is eligible to be
re-elected as a director.

(3)  Where a director serves for 2 consecutive terms, that person is not
eligible for re-election as a director unless at least 2 years have elapsed
from the expiration of that director's 2nd consecutive term.

(4)  The term of a director appointed under section 20(3) to serve a term
of one year or less under section 20(4), is not considered a term of office
under this section.


Election of directors
34(1)  Subject to this Plan, the eligible producers who reside within a
zone must elect a director to represent the zone.

(2)  Nominations for candidates to be elected as a director to represent a
zone must be made at the annual zone meeting.

(3)  A nomination for a candidate to represent a zone as a director 

     (a)  must be made only by an eligible producer who resides within
the zone in respect of which the nomination is being made,

     (b)  must be in writing or on a form that is provided by or is
satisfactory to the Commission, and

     (c)  must be accompanied by or have endorsed on the written
nomination the consent of the person being nominated.

(4)  The election for a director to represent a zone must 

     (a)  be held at the annual zone meeting, and

     (b)  be conducted by means of a secret ballot.

(5)  The candidate receiving the largest number of votes in the election is
the person who is elected to the position for which the election is held.

(6)  If only one person is nominated for the position that is to be filled,
that person is deemed to have been elected to the position. 

(7)  If 

     (a)  an election is held under this Plan, and 

     (b)  there is not in attendance at the meeting at which the election
is held a quorum of persons who are eligible to vote at the election, 

the election is void and the position for which the election was held is
vacant.

(8)  Notwithstanding that a position is vacant by virtue of subsection (1),
the term of office of the vacant position is nevertheless deemed to have
commenced as if an individual had been elected to the position.

(9)  If a position is vacant under this section, the Commission must in
accordance with section 20 fill the position by appointing, from producers
eligible to be elected to that position, an individual to fill that
position.


Returning officer
35(1)  The Commission must appoint a returning officer for the purpose of
and in connection with any election or vote taken under this Plan.

(2)  The returning officer may appoint individuals as deputy returning
officers to assist in the conduct of elections and votes under this Plan.

(3)  The returning officer must 

     (a)  compile and maintain a voters list of persons who are entitled
to vote under this Plan,

     (b)  ensure that a person does not cast a vote, except in accordance
with this Plan, and

     (c)  permit scrutiny of that person's actions and those of that
person's deputy returning officers by a scrutineer in respect of the
conduct of a vote taken under this Plan.

(4)  Unless otherwise directed by the Council, no person shall destroy any
records or ballots in respect of a vote or election held under this Plan
until 90 days has elapsed from the day on which the vote was taken.


Controverted election
36(1)  If an eligible producer

     (a)  questions

               (i)  the eligibility of a candidate,

               (ii) the eligibility of a voter,

               (iii)     any matter relating to a ballot or the tabulation
of ballots, or

               (iv) any irregularity with respect to the conduct of an
election,

     and

     (b)  seeks to have the election declared invalid and the position
declared vacant,

that person must, not later than 15 days after the day on which the
election was held, apply in writing to the Council to have the election
declared invalid and the position declared vacant.

(2)  If, within the 15-day period referred to in subsection (1), the
Council has not received an application under subsection (1), a person
elected at that election is deemed to be duly elected.

(3)  On receipt of an application under subsection (1), the Council must
consider the matter and may

     (a)  declare the election to be proper and the position filled if,
in the opinion of the Council, there is no basis for the application,

     (b)  declare the election to be proper and the position filled,
notwithstanding that there is a basis for the application if, in the
opinion of the Council,

               (i)  the basis for application did not materially affect
the result of the election, and

               (ii) the election was conducted substantially in
accordance with this Plan and the Act,

     or

     (c)  declare the election to be void and the position vacant if, in
the opinion of the Council, there is a basis for the application and the
basis is sufficient to, or did, affect the result of the election.

(4)  Notwithstanding that an election is declared void and a position is
declared vacant under subsection (3)(c), the term of office of the position
declared vacant is nevertheless deemed to have commenced on the day that
the term of office would have commenced if the election had not been
declared void.

(5)  If the Council declares an election to be void and the position
vacant, the Council may

     (a)  order that, within the time that the Council considers proper,
a special zone meeting be held and an election be conducted to fill the
vacant position, or

     (b)  appoint, from among the persons who are eligible to be elected
to the position, a person to fill the vacant position.

(6)  Where a person fills a position under subsection (5), that person
shall serve for the unexpired portion of the term.


     PART 3

     TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS, REPEALS, REVIEW
     AND COMING INTO FORCE

Transitional
37   If a person is a member of the Alberta Sheep and Wool Commission
representing a zone immediately before the coming into force of this
Regulation, that person shall continue to be a director of the Commission
under this Regulation.


Repeal
38   The Alberta Sheep and Wool Commission Plan Regulation (AR 300/96) is
repealed.


Review
39   In compliance with the ongoing regulatory review initiative, this
Regulation must be reviewed on or before February 28, 2007.


Coming into force
40   This Regulation comes into force on January 1, 2002.


     SCHEDULE

1   For the purposes of this Schedule, "municipal district" includes a
county, specialized municipality, improvement district and special area.


2   For the purposes of this Plan, the 7 zones are as follows:

     (a)  zone 1

               (i)  Cardston County; 

               (ii) Municipal District of Pincher Creek No. 9;

               (iii)     Municipal District of Willow Creek No. 26;

               (iv) Municipal District of Ranchland No. 66;

               (v)  Improvement District No. 4 (Waterton); 

               (vi) any urban area that is totally surrounded by one or
a combination of 2 or more of the municipalities referred to in subclauses
(i) to (v); 

     (b)  zone 2 

               (i)  Cypress County;

               (ii) Municipal District of Taber;

               (iii)     County of Warner No. 5;

               (iv) County of Forty Mile No. 8;

               (v)  County of Lethbridge;

               (vi) any urban area that is totally surrounded by one or
a combination of 2 or more of the municipalities referred to in subclauses
(i) to (v);

     (c)  zone 3 

               (i)  Kananaskis Improvement District; 

               (ii) Improvement District No. 9 (Banff);

               (iii)     Municipal District of Bighorn No. 8;

               (iv) Municipal District of Foothills No. 31;

               (v)  Municipal District of Acadia No. 34;

               (vi) Municipal District of Rockyview No. 44;

               (vii)     Starland County;

               (viii)    Kneehill County;

               (ix) Special Area No. 2;

               (x)  Special Area No. 3;

               (xi) Vulcan County;

               (xii)     County of Newell No. 4;

               (xiii)    Wheatland County;

               (xiv)     Mountain View County;

               (xv) any urban area that is totally surrounded by one or
a combination of 2 or more of the municipalities referred to in subclauses
(i) to (xiv);

     (d)  zone 4 

               (i)  Municipal District of Provost No. 52;

               (ii) Clearwater County;

               (iii)     Special Area No. 4;

               (iv) Ponoka County;

               (v)  County of Stettler No. 6;

               (vi) County of Wetaskiwin No. 10;

               (vii)     Lacombe County;

               (viii)    County of Paintearth No. 18;

               (ix) County of Camrose No. 22;

               (x)  Red Deer County;

               (xi) Flagstaff County;

               (xii)     any urban area that is totally surrounded by one or
a combination of 2 or more of the municipalities referred to in subclauses
(i) to (xi);

     (e)  zone 5 

               (i)  Improvement District No. 24 (Wood Buffalo);

               (ii) Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo;

               (iii)     Municipal District of Wainwright No. 61;

               (iv) Municipal District of Bonnyville No. 87;

               (v)  Beaver County;

               (vi) Smoky Lake County;

               (vii)     County of St. Paul No. 19;

               (viii)    County of Two Hills No. 21;

               (ix) County of Vermilion River No. 24;

               (x)  County of Minburn No. 27;

               (xi) Lamont County;

               (xii)     Improvement District No. 13 (Elk Island); 

               (xiii)    any urban area that is totally surrounded by
one or a combination of 2 or more of the municipalities referred to in
subclauses (i) to (xii);

     (f)  Zone 6 

               (i)  Improvement District No. 12 (Jasper);

               (ii) Improvement District No. 25 (Willmore Wilderness);

               (iii)     Woodlands County;

               (iv) Municipal District of Opportunity No. 17;

               (v)  Municipal District of Brazeau No. 77;

               (vi) Sturgeon County;

               (vii)     Westlock County;

               (viii)    Yellowhead County;

               (ix) Municipal District of Lesser Slave River No. 124;

               (x)  County of Thorhild No. 7;

               (xi) County of Barrhead No. 11;

               (xii)     County of Athabasca No. 12;

               (xiii)    Strathcona County;

               (xiv)     Leduc County;

               (xv) Lac Ste. Anne County;

               (xvi)     Parkland County;

               (xvii)    any urban area that is totally surrounded by
one or a combination of 2 or more the municipalities referred to in
subclauses (i) to (xvi);

     (g)  Zone 7 includes the land included in

               (i)  Municipal District of Greenview No. 16;

               (ii) Birch Hills County;

               (iii)     Saddle Hills County;

               (iv) Municipal District of Clear Hills No. 21;

               (v)  Municipal District of Northern Lights No. 22;

               (vi) Municipal District of Mackenzie No. 23;

               (vii)     Municipal District of Smoky River No. 130;

               (viii)    Municipal District of East Peace No. 131;

               (ix) Municipal District of Spirit River No. 133;

               (x)  Municipal District of Peace No. 135;

               (xi) Municipal District of Fairview No. 136;

               (xii)     Municipal District of Big Lakes;

               (xiii)    County of Grande Prairie No. 1;

               (xiv)     any urban area that is totally surrounded by one or
a combination of 2 or more of the municipalities referred to in subclauses
(i) to (xiii).


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     Alberta Regulation 264/2001

     Marketing of Agricultural Products Act

     AUTHORIZATION AMENDMENT ORDER

     Filed:  December 19, 2001

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 518/2001) on December 19,
2001 pursuant to section 50 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act.


1   The Authorization Order (AR 234/96) is amended by this Regulation.


2   The following is added after section 1:

     2   For the purposes of ensuring that this Order 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 order expires on
February 28, 2007.


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     Alberta Regulation 265/2001

     Vegetable Sales (Alberta) Act

     VEGETABLE SALES AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  December 19, 2001

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 519/2001) on December 19,
2001 pursuant to section 2 of the Vegetable Sales (Alberta) Act.


1   The Vegetable Sales Regulation (AR 105/97) is amended by this
Regulation.


2   Section 26 is amended by striking out "December 31, 2001" and
substituting "March 31, 2006".


     Alberta Regulation 266/2001

     Marketing of Agricultural Products Act

     EGG PRODUCTION AND MARKETING AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  December 21, 2001

Made by the Alberta Egg Producers Board on December 13, 2001 pursuant to
sections 26 and 27 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act.


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


2   Section 10.1 is amended by striking out "24" and substituting "24.4".


3   Section 24(1) is amended by striking out "$6.00" and substituting
"$5.978".


4   Section 24.1(1) is amended by striking out "$.25" and substituting
"$.245".


5   This Regulation comes into force on December 30, 2001.


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     Alberta Regulation 267/2001

     Agricultural Operation Practices Act

     STANDARDS AND ADMINISTRATION REGULATION

     Filed:  December 21, 2001

Made by the Deputy Premier and Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural
Development (M.O. 40, 2001) on December 18, 2001 pursuant to section 44(2)
of the Agricultural Operation Practices Act.


     Table of Contents

Definitions    1

     Part 1
     Standards

Standards apply     2
Minimum distance separation   3

     Manure Storage

Seasonal feeding and bedding sites 4
Short term solid manure storage    5
Surface water control systems 6
Natural water and wells  7
Flooded areas  8
Water table protection   9
Manure storage volumes   10
Liquid manure containment     11
Safety    12
Access    13
Side slope     14
Erosion protection  15
Bottom filling 16
Sealing   17
Groundwater protection   18
Catch basins   19
Fly and dust control     20
Unused operation or facility  21

     Nutrient Management

Application and interpretation     22
Nutrient management requirements   23
Manure application limits     24
Soil protection     25
Nutrient management plan 26
Irrigation of manure     27

     Part 2
     General Administration Matters

Records   28
Expiry    29
Coming into force   30

Schedules


Definitions
1(1)  In this Regulation,

     (a)  "Act" means the Agricultural Operation Practices Act;

     (b)  "aquifer" means an aquifer as defined under the Water Act;

     (c)  "catch basin" means an excavation or a diked or walled
structure that is designed to intercept and store runoff, or a combination
of structures;

     (d)  "common body of water" means the bed and shore of an irrigation
canal, a drainage canal, a reservoir, a river, a stream, a creek, a lake, a
marsh, a slough or another exposed body of water, but does not include

               (i)  a waterworks system as defined in the Environmental
Protection and Enhancement Act,

               (ii) a reservoir, lake, marsh or slough that is
completely surrounded by private land controlled by the owner or operator
and has no outflow going directly beyond the private land to a drainage
canal, reservoir, river, permanent stream or creek, lake or potable water
source that is being used for human or livestock consumption,

               (iii)     an irrigation canal or a drainage canal that is
completely surrounded by private land controlled by the owner or operator
and has no outflow going beyond the private land,

               (iv) a roadside ditch,

               (v)  a wastewater system as defined in the Environmental
Protection and Enhancement Act,

               (vi) a storm drainage system as defined in the
Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act directly to a drainage canal,
reservoir, river, permanent stream or creek, lake or potable water source
that is being used for human or livestock consumption, and

               (vii)     a temporary stream on private land controlled by
the owner or operator that has no outflow going beyond the private land
directly to a drainage canal, reservoir, river, permanent stream or creek,
lake or potable water source that is being used for human or livestock
consumption;

     (e)  "composted manure" means a stable humus-like material that

               (i)  results from the biological decomposition and
stabilization of organic materials under aerobic and thermophilic
conditions,

               (ii) is potentially beneficial to plant growth, and

               (iii)     is sanitized to a degree that protects human life;

     (f)  "construct" with respect to a structure, operation or facility
includes reconstructing, renovating, altering or expanding but does not
include general maintenance of the structure, operation or facility;

     (g)  "freeboard" means the vertical distance between the full
storage level of a structure and the upper edge of the structure;

     (h)  "liner" means a continuous layer constructed of natural or man
made materials, beneath or on the sides of a structure, which restricts the
downward or lateral migration of the contents of the structure;

     (i)  "liquid manure" means manure that is in a predominantly liquid
state or manure to which water has been added;

     (j)  "manure collection area" means the floor of a barn, including
under floor pits, the floor of a feedlot pen or a catch basin;

     (k)  "private land" means land that is not owned by the Crown in
right of Alberta or of Canada or their agents;

     (l)  "professional engineer" means a professional engineer under the
Engineering, Geological and Geophysical Professions Act;

     (m)  "records" include designs, plans, test results and monitoring
records;

     (n)  "runoff" means liquid that drains as surface flow out of an
agricultural operation or part of an agricultural operation and includes
rainwater and meltwater;

     (o)  "run-on" means liquid that drains as surface flow onto an
agricultural operation or part of an agricultural operation and includes
rainwater and meltwater;

     (p)  "solid manure" means manure that is 20% or more solid matter
and that does not flow when piled;

     (q)  "water body" means a water body as defined under the Water Act;

     (r)  "water table" means the top of the zone of water saturation
where water pressure equals atmospheric pressure regardless of whether the
water is usable;

     (s)  "water well" means a water well as defined under the Water Act.

(2)  A reference to manure includes liquid manure, solid manure and
composted manure unless the context indicates otherwise.


     PART 1

     STANDARDS

Standards apply
2(1)  This Part applies to the owner or operator of a confined feeding
operation for which an approval or registration is required under the Act.

(2)  This Part applies to the owner or operator of a manure storage
facility for which an authorization is required under the Act.

(3)  This Part applies to the owner or operator of a seasonal feeding and
bedding site.

(4)  This Part applies to the owner or operator of a manure collection
area, whether or not the manure collection area is associated with a
confined feeding operation required to be approved or registered under the
Act or with a manure storage facility required to be authorized under the
Act.

(5)  This Part applies to a person who applies manure.

(6)  A person to whom this Part applies must maintain the agricultural
operation in accordance with the standards under this Part.


Minimum distance separation
3(1)  An approval officer and the Board must not issue an approval or
registration for a confined feeding operation or an authorization for a
manure storage facility unless the minimum distance separation for the
operation or facility on the date the application is received by the Board
complies with this section.

(2)  The minimum distance separation must be determined using Schedule 1
for the date the application is received by the Board.

(3)  Before the application is complete the approval officer must provide,
on request by the applicant, a preliminary determination on the expansion
factor or technology factor to be applied to the application for the
determination of the minimum distance separation.

(4)  The minimum distance separation for the date the application is
received by the Board must be not less than 150 metres.

(5)  Subsection (1) does not apply with respect to neighbours who are
confined feeding operations and who all agree in writing to waive the
requirement for a minimum distance separation determination.

(6)  Subsections (1) and (4) do not apply if the residence that may be
affected is owned or under the control of the owner or operator of the
proposed operation or facility.

(7)  A confined feeding operation that is under the control of a single
owner or operator, as determined by an approval officer or the Board, with
manure storage facilities or manure collection areas that are located on
adjacent land parcels are one operation for the purposes of determining the
minimum distance separation.

(8)  A manure composting site associated with a confined feeding operation
is a manure storage facility for the purposes of determining the minimum
distance separation of the operation.

(9)  The owner or operator of a confined feeding operation who holds an
approval or registration for the operation must locate the operation in
accordance with the minimum distance separation determined for the date the
application for the approval or registration was received by the Board.

(10)  The owner or operator of a manure storage facility who holds an
authorization for the facility must locate the facility in accordance with
the minimum distance separation determined for the date the application for
the operation was received by the Board.

(11)  The owner or operator referred to in subsection (9) or (10) may carry
on the confined feeding operation or manure storage facility in accordance
with the minimum distance separation determined for the date the
application was received by the Board.


     Manure Storage

Seasonal feeding and bedding sites
4(1)  The owner or operator of a seasonal feeding or bedding site must
locate the site 30 metres or more from a common body of water.

(2)  Subsection (1) does not apply to a seasonal feeding or bedding site if
the owner or operator

     (a)  constructs an interceptor between the site and the common body
of water that diverts runoff away from that common body of water, or

     (b)  removes manure and bedding that accumulates at the site to an
appropriate manure storage facility before runoff occurs from the site.


Short term solid manure storage
5(1)  In this section, "short term" means an accumulated total of not more
than 6 months over a period of 3 years.

(2)  A person who stores solid manure for a short term, because of climatic
or seasonal constraints, in a particular location is not considered to be
the owner or operator of a manure storage facility because of that storage.

(3)  A person to whom subsection (2) refers must store the manure not less
than 150 metres from the nearest residence that is not owned or under the
control of the owner or operator of the storage area.

(4)  Subsection (2) does not apply to a person who stores solid manure on a
feedlot or in a livestock corral.

(5)  Sections 7(1) and 8 apply to the solid manure stored under subsection
(2).

(6)  A short term solid manure storage site must be located at least one
metre above the water table.


Surface water control systems
6(1)  The owner or operator of a confined feeding operation or manure
storage facility must construct a surface water control system for the
operation or facility.

(2)  The design, placement, construction, installation, maintenance,
replacement, removal and operation of the surface water control system must
comply with the following:

     (a)  the system must limit the amount of surface water and run-on
and runoff flowing through and from the operation or facility;

     (b)  the system must not significantly alter the volume, quality or
rate of water flowing to each location where water naturally discharges
from the area covered by the confined feeding operation or the manure
storage facility;

     (c)  the system must not alter or affect any non-flowing water body;

     (d)  the system must not be located on a fish bearing water body as
determined from maps described in the Code of Practice for Watercourse
Crossings adopted in section 3(2) of the Water (Ministerial) Regulation (AR
205/98);

     (e)  a professional engineer must

               (i)  design and develop the plans for the system,

               (ii) stamp and sign the plans, and

               (iii)     certify that the design and the plan meet the
requirements of clauses (a) to (d).

(3)  The owner or operator of a confined feeding operation, manure storage
facility or manure collection area must give the Director under the Water
Act a true copy of the documents referred to in subsection (2)(e) if the
Director requests a copy.


Natural water and wells
7(1)  The owner or operator of a manure storage facility or a manure
collection area must not construct the facility or area

     (a)  less than 100 metres from a spring,

     (b)  less than 100 metres from a water well, or

     (c)  less than 30 metres from a common body of water.

(2)  Subsection (1)(a) and (b) does not apply if the owner or operator

     (a)  demonstrates to the Board, before the facility or area is
constructed, that an aquifer from which the spring rises or into which the
water well is drilled is not likely to be contaminated by the facility, and

     (b)  implements a groundwater monitoring program.

(3)  Subsection (1)(c) does not apply if the owner or operator demonstrates
to the Board, before the facility or area is constructed, that

     (a)  the natural drainage from the facility or area is away from the
common body of water, or

     (b)  a berm or other secondary protection for the common body of
water constructed by the owner or operator protects the common body of
water from contamination.


Flooded areas
8(1)  The 1:25 year maximum flood level at a manure storage facility or at
a manure collection area must be not less than one metre below any part of
the facility where run-on can come into contact with the stored manure.

(2)  If the 1:25 year maximum flood cannot be determined, the manure
storage facility or manure collection area must be not less than one metre
below any part of the facility where run-on from the highest known flood
level can come into contact with the stored manure.

(3)  The owner or operator of a manure storage facility or manure
collection area must include erosion control measures that can protect the
facility from erosion, runoff, run-on and flooding.


Water table protection
9(1)  The owner or operator of a manure storage facility or manure
collection area must include a liner in its construction that lies below
the bottom of the facility and above the uppermost aquifer of the site.

(2)  If the liner of a manure storage facility or a manure collection area
is manufactured, whether of natural or synthetic materials, the bottom of
the liner must be not less than one metre above the water table of the site
at the time of construction.

(3)  If the liner of a manure storage facility or a manure collection area
is made of non-compacted naturally occurring material, the top of the liner
must be not less than one metre above the water table of the site at the
time of construction.

(4)  If the liner of a liquid manure storage facility is made of
non-compacted naturally occurring material, it must have not less than 10
metres of naturally occurring material with a hydraulic conductivity of not
more than 1 x 10-6 centimetres per second.

(5)  If the liner of a catch basin of a solid manure storage facility is
made of non-compacted naturally occurring material, it must have not less
than 5 metres of naturally occurring material with a hydraulic conductivity
of not more than 1 x 10-6 centimetres per second.

(6)  If the liner of a solid manure storage facility or a manure collection
area is made of non-compacted naturally occurring material, it must have
not less than 2 metres of naturally occurring material with a hydraulic
conductivity of not more than 1 x 10-6 centimetres per second.

(7)  The bottom of a liner of a manure storage facility or a manure
collection area referred to in subsection (4), (5) or (6) must be not less
than one metre above the top of an aquifer.

(8)  If the liner of a manure storage facility or a manure collection area
is made of compacted naturally occurring material,

     (a)  the liner must be not less than one metre thick when measured
perpendicular to the liner's surface,

     (b)  the bottom of the liner must be not less than one metre above
the top of an aquifer, and

     (c)  the compacted naturally occurring material must give the same
or greater protection to the water table than that given under subsections
(4), (5) and (6).

(9)  Alternative liner systems that are constructed and maintained to
provide the same or greater protection than that provided by subsections
(4), (5) and (6) may be considered by the Board.


Manure storage volumes
10   The owner or operator of a confined feeding operation must construct
manure storage facilities that are sufficient to store all the manure
produced by the operation over a period of at least 9 consecutive months.


Liquid manure containment
11(1)  An open liquid manure storage facility must have a freeboard of not
less than 0.5 metres when the facility is full.

(2)  In addition to the requirements of subsection (1), the owner or
operator of an open liquid manure storage facility must provide a system of
secondary containment of the liquid manure if there is a reasonable
possibility that liquid manure can be discharged into a common body of
water.


Safety
12(1)  The owner or operator of a liquid manure storage facility must make
the facility secure from access by an unauthorized person.

(2)  The owner or operator of a liquid manure storage facility must erect,
at each entrance to the facility, a clearly visible sign warning of the
nature and danger of the facility.


Access
13   The owner or operator of a liquid manure storage facility must provide
year round access to the facility.


Side slope
14(1)  The horizontal to vertical ratio of the slope of the inside wall of
an earthen liquid manure storage facility must not be less than 3:1 and
must be consistent with the requirements of the design of the liner and the
equipment used in the facility.

(2)  The horizontal to vertical ratio of the slope of the outside wall of
an earthen liquid manure storage facility must not be less than 4:1.

(3)  The outside wall and the freeboard of the inside wall of an earthen
liquid manure storage facility must

     (a)  have a covering of top soil, and

     (b)  be seeded with vegetation that prevents erosion.

(4)  The owner or operator of an earthen liquid manure storage facility
must remove shrubs, trees and deep rooted plants that are growing on or
near the walls of the facility.


Erosion protection
15(1)  The owner or operator of a manure storage facility must construct
the facility so that the inside and outside walls are protected from
scouring and erosion.

(2)  The owner or operator of a manure storage facility must construct the
facility so that the inside and outside walls are protected from wave and
flood action.

(3)  The owner or operator of an earthen liquid manure storage facility
must protect the locations where the facility is filled or the contents
agitated or discharged against scouring and erosion.


Bottom filling
16   The owner or operator of a liquid manure storage facility must
construct the facility so that the structure through which the primary cell
is filled is located within the bottom quarter of the facility.


Sealing
17   The owner or operator of an earthen liquid manure storage facility
must seal the liner so that the piping and other extrusions that pass
through or under the earthen liner do not leak or create leaks in the
liner.


Groundwater protection
18(1)  As determined by the Board, the owner or operator of an earthen
liquid manure storage facility must install and maintain a leakage
detection system for the facility consisting of at least one monitoring
well up gradient of the facility and at least 2 monitoring wells down
gradient of the facility of a type appropriate to monitor for contaminants.

(2)  As determined by the Board, the owner or operator of an earthen liquid
manure storage facility must monitor the monitoring wells installed under
subsection (1) at regular intervals to detect contamination from the
facility.


Catch basins
19(1)  The owner or operator of a long term solid manure storage facility
or an uncovered confined feeding operation that has a runoff control catch
basin must construct it in accordance with this section.

(2)  The catch basin must have a storage capacity that can accommodate at
least a one day rainfall that has a one in 30 year probability, as
calculated in accordance with Schedule 2.

(3)  In addition to the storage capacity under subsection (2), the catch
basin must have a freeboard of not less than 0.5 metres when the basin is
filled to capacity.

(4)  The catch basin must have a marker clearly visible at all times that
indicates when the basin is filled to capacity.


Fly and dust control
20(1)  The owner or operator of a confined feeding operation or a manure
storage facility must employ reasonable measures to control the level of
infestation of flies at a location occupied by the operation, facility or
site.

(2)  The Board may require an owner or operator of a confined feeding
operation or a manure storage facility to use a specific dust or fly
control program at a location occupied by the operation, facility or site.


Unused operation or facility
21   The owner or operator of land or buildings that are a confined feeding
operation, a manure storage facility or a seasonal feeding and bedding site
that are not being used as a confined feeding operation, a manure storage
facility or a seasonal feeding and bedding site must remove the manure from
the land or buildings within one year, or a shorter or longer term set by
the Board.


     Nutrient Management

Application and interpretation
22(1)  Sections 22 to 27 apply to manure.

(2)  All the contents of a catch basin are manure for nutrient management
purposes.


Nutrient management requirements
23   The owner or operator of an agricultural operation must manage manure
in accordance with the nutrient management requirements of Schedule 3.


Manure application limits
24(1)  A person must not apply manure to land other than arable land.

(2)  A person must have access to sufficient land for the application of
manure so that the application limits for nitrate-nitrogen in Schedule 3
are not exceeded.

(3)  A person must not apply manure to land if the person does not have
charge, management or control of the land.

(4)  A person must not spread manure on land if the manure cannot be
incorporated within 48 hours unless

     (a)  the manure is spread on forage or direct seeded crops, or

     (b)  the land is frozen or snow covered.

(5)  Despite subsection (4), a person must comply with the minimum setback
distances in Schedule 3.

(6)  A person must not apply manure

     (a)  within 10 metres of a common body of water if the person is
using subsurface injection,

     (b)  within 30 metres of a common body of water if the person is
applying the manure to the surface and incorporating it within 48 hours, or

     (c)  within 30 metres of a water well.


Soil protection
25(1)  A person must not apply manure in an amount that would increase the
soil salinity after the manure is applied by more than one deciSeimen per
metre as measured by the electrical conductivity of a saturated paste
extract based on a representative soil analysis of the top 15 centimetres.

(2)  A person must not apply manure to soil if the soil salinity is more
the 4 deciSeimens per metre as measured by the electrical conductivity of a
saturated paste extract based on a representative soil analysis of the top
15 centimetres.

(3)  A person must not apply manure to soil if the nitrate-nitrogen in the
soil after the manure is applied will exceed the limits in Schedule 3.

(4)  Subject to subsection (5), a person must not apply manure to soil
before having tested the soil in accordance with Schedule 3.

(5)  Subsection (4) does not apply to an agricultural operation that, or to
a person who, applies less than 300 tonnes of manure annually.


Nutrient management plan
26   Despite sections 24 and 25, the Board may authorize a person to apply
manure to land in accordance with a nutrient management plan proposed by
the person if the Board is satisfied that following the nutrient management
plan will provide the equivalent or greater protection to the water and the
soil.


Irrigation of manure
27(1)  A person who applies liquid manure or catch basin contents must
ensure that the manure or catch basin contents do not create a risk to the
environment by leaving the land to which they are applied, by entering a
common body of water or by becoming return flow.

(2)  A person must not apply liquid manure or catch basin contents on a
crop that is grown for human consumption and intended to be eaten uncooked.


     PART 2

     GENERAL ADMINISTRATION MATTERS

Records
28(1)  An owner or operator of an agricultural operation involving
livestock or manure must keep the following records:

     (a)  the documents, or true copies of them, submitted to the Board
on an application under Part 2 of the Act;

     (b)  the designs, plans or other documents, or true copies of them,
certified by a professional engineer for the purposes of this Regulation or
a variance under the Act.

(2)  A confined feeding operation must keep the following records:

     (a)  the volume or weight manure production;

     (b)  the name and address of a person to whom control of 300 tonnes
or more of manure per year is transferred, the date of the transfer and the
volume or weight transferred.

(3)  A person who transfers control of manure to another person must keep
the following records:

     (a)  the name and address of a person to whom 300 tonnes or more of
manure per year is transferred;

     (b)  the date of the transfer;

     (c)  the volume or weight of manure transferred.

(4)  A person who receives or removes 300 tonnes or more of manure per year
must keep the following records:

     (a)  the volume or weight of manure received or removed;

     (b)  the name and address of a person from whom manure is received
or removed;

     (c)  the date of the receipt or removal.

(5)  A person who applies 300 tonnes or more of manure per year to land
under the person's control must keep the following records:

     (a)  the name and address of a person from whom manure is received,
the date it was received and the volume or weight received;

     (b)  the legal description of the land to which manure is applied;

     (c)  the area of the land to which manure is applied;

     (d)  the date the manure is applied;

     (e)  the volume or weight of manure applied;

     (f)  the application rates of manure nutrients and fertilizer by
field and year;

     (g)  the dates of application and incorporation and the methods used
for each field;

     (h)  the soil test results by field for the nutrients specified in
Schedule 3.

(6)  A person who is required to keep a record under subsection (1) must
keep it for as long as the owner or operator of the agricultural operation
involving livestock owns or operates the operation.

(7)  A person who is required to keep a record under subsections (2) to (5)
must keep it for 5 years.


Expiry
29   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be repassed in
its present or an amended form following a review, this Regulation expires
on January 31, 2007.


Coming into force
30(1)  This Regulation comes into force on January 1, 2002.

(2)  Sections 4, 23 and 25 do not apply before January 1, 2005 to an
agricultural operation.


     SCHEDULE 1

     DETERMINATION OF MINIMUM
     DISTANCE SEPARATION

Minimum Distance Separation (MDS)
The MDS is measured from the outside walls of neighbouring residences (not
property line) to the point closest to the applicant's livestock facility,
manure storage facility, catch basin, feeding pen or barn, milking facility
or compost area.  Facilities associated with the livestock operation, such
as feed handling area, feed storage area, office, water supply, the land on
which manure is spread, and grazing areas are not considered to be part of
the livestock facility for the purpose of determining the MDS.  The MDS is
calculated in metres as follows:

For new operations:
MDS =     (odour production)K x odour objective x dispersion factor

For expanding operations:
MDS =     (odour production)K x odour objective x dispersion factor x expansion
factor

     Odour Production:   Is the compilation of factors which take into
account the nuisance value of species, technology of production system and
the number of animals. It is described as a Livestock Siting Unit (LSU).
     Odour Objective:    This describes the sensitivity of neighbouring land
uses.
     Dispersion Factor:  This allows for a variance to the MDS due to
the unique climatic and topographic influences at the site.
     Expansion Factor:   This factor is determined by the Board.  This
factor only applies to expanding operations that are increasing the size of
the facility to store more manure or to accommodate more livestock.

     Exponent (K) = 0.365 for all species

Odour Production
Odour production is measured by Livestock Siting Units (LSUs). The
Livestock Siting Unit (LSU) is the result of multiplying the total number
of animals by the following factors:

     Factor A: Nuisance value of the species.
     Factor B: This factor is determined by the Board.  The technology
factor considers the effect the manure system will have on reducing the
odour nuisance level. Unless information is provided to prove otherwise,
the technology factor (Factor B) shall be the same as in Table 1.
MU Reciprocal: Amount of manure produced. (1/animal units)

LSU Factor = Factor A x Factor B x MU Reciprocal
LSU = LSU Factor x  No. of Animals 

For convenience, the Livestock Siting Unit (LSU) for different numbers of
livestock units can be looked up in Table 18 to give the required MDS for
the livestock facility. See Tables 2 to 17 for precalculated MDS tables for
common livestock types.

Odour Objective
Each category reflects the sensitivity of neighbouring land uses and is
determined as follows:
Category 1: Land zoned for agricultural purposes (e.g., farmstead, acreage
residences).
Category 2: Land zoned for non-agricultural purposes (e.g., country
residential, rural commercial businesses).
Category 3: Land zoned as large scale country residential, high use
recreational or commercial purposes, as well as from the urban fringe
boundary of land zoned as rural hamlet, village or town which has an urban
fringe.
Category 4: Land zoned as rural hamlet, village or town without an urban
fringe.

     Category  Odour Objective     
          1    41.04          
          2    54.72          
          3    68.40          
          4    109.44          

Dispersion Factor
This factor allows for variance due to unique conditions that can influence
dispersion. These are:
Topography Factor (DT): The effect of topographical features on air
dispersion.
Screening Factor (DS): The effect of natural or constructed screening which
reduces wind effects at the manure storage facility.
Micro-Climate (DW): Available meteorological data may demonstrate
significant alteration in odour intensity or frequency of occurrence in
relation to neighbouring land use. Some of these factors include
temperature, humidity and wind direction and intensity. 

Unless information is provided to prove otherwise, the dispersion factor
shall equal 1.0.

     Table 1
     Livestock Siting Unit Table for
     Various Livestock Types


Species
Factor
 A
Factor
 B
MU Recip.
LSU Factor


Beef
Feeders   450 - 900 lbs  (Feedlot)
0.700
0.700
0.500
0.245



Feeders   450 - 900 lbs  
(Semi Feedlot)
0.700
0.600
0.500
0.210



Feeder Calves < 550 lbs
0.700
0.700
0.275
0.135



Finishers 900 - 1300 lbs 
(Open Lot)
0.700
0.700
0.910
0.446



Finishers 900 - 1300 lbs
 (Paved Lot)
0.700
0.700
0.910
0.446



Cow with Calf
0.600
0.600
1.200
0.432



Cows/Bulls
0.700
0.600
1.200
0.504


Dairy
Milking Cows - Free Stall (incl. dries)
0.800
1.100
1.640
1.443



Milking Cows - Free Stall (total)
0.800
1.100
2.000
1.760



Milking Cows - Tie Stall 
(incl. dries)
0.800
1.000
1.640
1.312



Replacements
0.800
0.700
0.600
0.336



Heifers
0.800
0.700
0.700
0.392



Calves
0.800
0.700
0.200
0.112


Swine - Liquid
Farrow to Finish
2.000
1.100
1.780
3.916



Farrow to Wean
2.000
1.100
0.670
1.474



Farrowing
2.000
1.100
0.530
1.166



Weaner
2.000
1.100
0.055
0.121



Feeder
2.000
1.100
0.200
0.440


Swine - Solid

Farrow to Finish
2.000
0.800
1.780
2.848



Farrow to Wean
2.000
0.800
0.670
1.072



Farrowing
2.000
0.800
0.530
0.848



Weaner
2.000
0.800
0.055
0.088



Feeder
2.000
0.800
0.200
0.320



Broilers
1.000
0.700
0.002
0.0014



Breeder Hens
1.000
0.700
0.010
0.0070


Poultry
Layers (Solid)
2.000
0.700
0.008
0.0112



Layers (Liquid)
2.000
1.100
0.008
0.0176



Pullets
1.000
0.700
0.002
0.0014



Turkey Hens (Light)
1.000
0.700
0.013
0.0091



Turkey Toms (Heavy)
1.000
0.700
0.020
0.0140



Turkey Broilers
1.000
0.700
0.010
0.0070



Turkey Breeders
1.000
0.700
0.020
0.0140


Horses

Feedlot
0.650
0.700
1.000
0.455



PMU
0.650
1.100
1.000
0.715



Mules
0.600
0.700
0.670
0.281



Donkeys
0.600
0.700
1.000
0.420


Goats
Dairy
0.700
0.700
0.170
0.0833



Meat
0.700
0.700
0.170
0.0833



Nannies/Billies
0.700
0.700
0.170
0.0833



Feeders
0.700
0.700
0.077
0.0377


Sheep
Ewes with Lambs
0.600
0.700
0.250
0.105



Ewes/Rams
0.600
0.700
0.200
0.084



Lambs
0.600
0.700
0.050
0.021



Feeders
0.600
0.700
0.100
0.042


Cervid
Elk
0.600
0.700
0.600
0.252



Deer
0.600
0.700
0.200
0.084


Bison
0.600
0.700
1.000
0.420


Alpaca/Llama
0.600
0.700
0.400
0.168


Fur Farms
Mink
2.500
0.700
0.013
0.023



Fox
2.500
0.700
0.025
0.044


Rabbits
0.850
0.700
0.020
0.012


Ratites
Emu
0.600
0.600
0.167
0.060



Ostrich
0.600
0.600
0.250
0.090


Other Livestock Types
To be determined by the Board




     Table 2
     Recommended MDS for
     Beef Feeders*



No. of Animals
Minimum Distance Separation (metres)



Category 1
Category 2
Category 3
Category 4


300
197
263
328
525


400
219
292
365
583


500
237
316
396
633


600
254
338
423
676


700
268
358
447
716


800
282
376
470
751



900
294
392
490
784


1000
306
408
509
815


1200
327
436
545
871


1400
346
461
576
922


1600
363
484
605
968


1800
379
505
631
1010


2000
394
525
656
1050


2500
427
569
712
1139


3000
456
609
761
1217


3500
483
644
805
1288


4000
507
676
845
1352


5000
550
733
917
1467


6000
588
784
980
1568


7000
622
829
1036
1658


8000
653
871
1088
1741


9000
682
909
1136
1818


10000
708
944
1181
1889


12000
757
1009
1262
2019


14000
801
1068
1335
2136


16000
841
1121
1402
2242


18000
878
1170
1463
2341


20000
912
1216
1520
2433


25000
990
1320
1649
2639


30000
1058
1410
1763
2821


40000
1175
1567
1958
3133


50000
1275
1699
2124
3399


* Beef animals in the 200 - 400 kg (450 - 900 lb) weight range.



     Table 3
     Recommended MDS for Beef Finishers*


No. of Animals
Minimum Distance Separation (metres)



Category 1
Category 2
Category 3
Category 4


300
245
327
409
654


400
272
363
454
726


500
295
394
492
788


600
316
421
526
842


700
334
445
557
891


800
351
467
584
935


900
366
488
610
976


1000
380
507
634
1014


1200
407
542
678
1084


1400
430
573
717
1147


1600
452
602
753
1204


1800
471
629
786
1257


2000
490
653
816
1306


2500
531
709
886
1417


3000
568
757
947
1515


3500
601
801
1001
1602


4000
631
841
1052
1682


5000
684
913
1141
1825


6000
732
975
1219
1951



7000
774
1032
1290
2064


8000
813
1083
1354
2167


9000
848
1131
1414
2262


10000
881
1175
1469
2351


12000
942
1256
1570
2512


14000
997
1329
1661
2658


16000
1046
1395
1744
2791


18000
1092
1457
1821
2913


20000
1135
1514
1892
3027


25000
1232
1642
2053
3284


30000
1316
1755
2194
3510


40000
1462
1949
2437
3899


50000
1586
2115
2644
4230


* Beef animals in the 400 - 500 kg (900 - 1300 lb) weight range.




     Table 4
     Recommended MDS for Swine -
     Farrow to Finish (solid manure)*


No. of Sows
Minimum Distance Separation (metres)



Category 1
Category 2
Category 3
Category 4


50
251
334
418
669


100
323
431
538
861


125
350
467
584
934


150
374
499
624
999


175
396
528
660
1056


200
416
555
693
1109


250
451
602
752
1203


300
482
643
804
1286


350
510
680
850
1360


400
536
714
893
1428


500
581
775
968
1550


600
621
828
1035
1656


750
674
898
1123
1797


1000
748
998
1247
1996


1500
868
1157
1446
2314


2000
964
1285
1606
2570


2500
1046
1394
1743
2788


3000
1118
1490
1863
2980


3500
1182
1576
1970
3153


4000
1241
1655
2069
3310


5000
1347
1795
2244
3591


10000
1734
2312
2890
4625


15000
2011
2681
3351
5362


20000
2234
2978
3723
5956


* Swine operation raising hogs from birth to market. Size is based on
farrowing sow herd and includes all associated hogs.



     Table 5
     Recommended MDS for Swine -
     Farrow to Finish (liquid manure)*


No. of Sows
Minimum Distance Separation (metres)



Category 1
Category 2
Category 3
Category 4


50
282
376
469
751



100
363
484
605
967


125
394
525
656
1049


150
421
561
701
1122


175
445
593
742
1187


200
467
623
779
1246


250
507
676
845
1351


300
542
722
903
1444


350
573
764
955
1528


400
602
802
1003
1604


500
653
870
1088
1741


600
698
930
1163
1860


750
757
1009
1261
2018


1000
841
1121
1401
2242


1500
975
1300
1624
2599


2000
1083
1443
1804
2887


2500
1174
1566
1957
3132


3000
1255
1674
2092
3347


3500
1328
1771
2213
3541


4000
1394
1859
2324
3718


5000
1513
2017
2521
4034


10000
1948
2597
3247
5195


15000
2259
3012
3765
6023


20000
2509
3345
4181
6690


* Swine operation raising hogs from birth to market. Size is based on
farrowing sow herd and includes all associated hogs.



     Table 6
     Recommended MDS for Swine -
     Farrowing (solid manure)*


No. of Sows
Minimum Distance Separation (metres)



Category 1
Category 2
Category 3
Category 4


50
161
215
269
430


100
208
277
346
553


125
225
300
375
600


150
241
321
401
642


175
255
339
424
679


200
267
356
445
713


250
290
387
483
773


300
310
413
516
826


350
328
437
546
874


400
344
459
574
918


500
373
498
622
996


600
399
532
665
1064


750
433
577
722
1155


1000
481
641
802
1282


1500
558
744
929
1487


2000
619
826
1032
1652


2500
672
896
1120
1792


3000
718
958
1197
1915


3500
760
1013
1266
2026


4000
798
1064
1329
2127


5000
865
1154
1442
2308


8000
1027
1370
1712
2739


10000
1114
1486
1857
2972



15000
1292
1723
2154
3446


20000
1435
1914
2392
3828


* Swine operation raising hogs from birth to 5 - 6 kg (11 - 13 lb). Size
based on farrowing sow herd and all associated hogs.



     Table 7
     Recommended MDS for Swine -
     Farrowing (liquid manure)*


No. of Sows
Minimum Distance Separation (metres)



Category 1
Category 2
Category 3
Category 4


50
181
241
302
483


100
233
311
389
622


125
253
337
421
674


150
270
360
450
721


175
286
381
477
762


200
300
400
500
801


250
326
434
543
868


300
348
464
580
928


350
368
491
614
982


400
387
516
644
1031


500
419
559
699
1119


600
448
598
747
1195


750
486
648
811
1297


1000
540
720
900
1441


1500
626
835
1044
1670


2000
696
928
1160
1855


2500
755
1006
1258
2013


3000
807
1076
1344
2151


3500
853
1138
1422
2276


4000
896
1195
1493
2389


5000
972
1296
1620
2592


8000
1154
1539
1923
3077


10000
1252
1669
2086
3338


15000
1452
1935
2419
3871


20000
1612
2150
2687
4299


* Swine operation raising hogs from 5 - 6 kg (11 - 13 lb). Size based on
farrowing sow herd and all associated hogs.


     Table 8
     Recommended MDS for Swine -
     Farrow to Wean (solid manure)*


No. of Sows
Minimum Distance Separation (metres)



Category 1
Category 2
Category 3
Category 4


50
176
234
293
468


100
226
301
377
603


125
245
327
409
654


150
262
349
437
699


175
277
370
462
739


200
291
388
485
776


250
316
421
526
842


300
338
450
563
900


350
357
476
595
952


400
375
500
625
1000


500
407
542
678
1085



600
435
580
725
1159


750
472
629
786
1258


1000
524
699
873
1397


1500
607
810
1012
1620


2000
675
900
1124
1799


2500
732
976
1220
1952


3000
782
1043
1304
2086


3500
828
1103
1379
2207


4000
869
1159
1448
2317


5000
943
1257
1571
2514


8000
1119
1492
1865
2984


10000
1214
1619
2023
3237


15000
1408
1877
2346
3754


20000
1564
2085
2606
4169


* Swine operation raising hogs from birth to 23 kg (50 lb). Size based on
farrowing sow herd and all associated hogs.



     Table 9
     Recommended MDS for Swine -
     Farrow to Wean (liquid manure)*


No. of Sows
Minimum Distance Separation (metres)



Category 1
Category 2
Category 3
Category 4


50
197
263
329
526


100
254
339
423
677


125
275
367
459
735


150
294
393
491
785


175
311
415
519
831


200
327
436
545
872


250
355
473
591
946


300
379
506
632
1011


350
401
535
669
1070


400
421
562
702
1123


500
457
609
762
1218


600
488
651
814
1302


750
530
706
883
1413


1000
588
785
981
1569


1500
682
910
1137
1819


2000
758
1010
1263
2021


2500
822
1096
1370
2192


3000
879
1172
1465
2343


3500
930
1239
1549
2479


4000
976
1301
1627
2603


5000
1059
1412
1765
2824


8000
1257
1676
2095
3352


10000
1364
1818
2273
3636


15000
1581
2108
2635
4216


20000
1756
2342
2927
4683


* Swine operation raising hogs from birth to 23 kg (50 lb). Size based on
farrowing sow herd and all associated hogs.



     Table 10
     Recommended MDS for Swine -
     Weaners (solid manure)*


No. of Weaners
Minimum Distance Separation (metres)



Category 1
Category  2
 Category 3
Category 4


500
163
218
272
436


600
175
233
291
466


700
185
246
308
492


800
194
259
323
517


900
202
270
337
540


1000
210
280
351
561


1500
244
325
407
650


2000
271
361
452
722


2500
294
392
490
784


3000
314
419
524
838


4000
349
465
581
930


5000
379
505
631
1009


6000
405
539
674
1079


7000
428
571
713
1141


8000
449
599
749
1198


9000
469
625
782
1251


10000
487
650
812
1300


15000
565
754
942
1507


20000
628
837
1046
1674


25000
681
908
1135
1816


30000
728
971
1213
1941


40000
809
1078
1348
2156


50000
877
1170
1462
2339


* Swine operation housing piglets in a 6 - 23 kg (13 - 50 lb) weight range.



     Table 11
     Recommended MDS for Swine -
     Weaners (liquid manure)*


No. of Weaners
Minimum Distance Separation (metres)



Category 1
Category 2
Category 3
Category 4


500
183
245
306
489


600
196
261
327
523


700
207
277
346
553


800
218
290
363
581


900
227
303
379
606


1000
236
315
394
630


1500
274
365
457
731


2000
304
406
507
811


2500
330
440
550
880


3000
353
470
588
941


4000
392
523
653
1045


5000
425
567
709
1134


6000
454
606
757
1212


7000
481
641
801
1282


8000
505
673
841
1346


9000
527
703
878
1405


10000
548
730
913
1460


15000
635
847
1058
1693


20000
705
940
1175
1880



25000
765
1020
1275
2040


30000
818
1090
1363
2180


40000
908
1211
1514
2422


50000
985
1314
1642
2627


* Swine operation housing piglets in a 6 - 23 kg (13 - 50 lb) weight range.



     Table 12
     Recommended MDS for Swine -
     Feeders (solid manure)*


No. of Feeders
Minimum Distance Separation (metres)



Category 1
Category 2
Category 3
Category 4


100
150
193
242
388


500
262
349
436
698


600
280
373
466
746


750
303
405
506
809


1000
337
449
562
899


1200
360
480
600
960


1500
391
521
651
1042


2000
434
579
723
1157


2500
471
628
785
1255


3000
503
671
839
1342


3500
532
710
887
1420


4000
559
745
932
1490


4500
583
778
972
1556


5000
606
808
1011
1617


6000
648
864
1080
1728


7000
686
914
1143
1828


8000
720
960
1200
1919


9000
751
1002
1252
2004


10000
781
1041
1301
2082


11000
809
1078
1348
2156


12000
835
1113
1391
2226


13000
859
1146
1432
2292


14000
883
1177
1472
2354


15000
905
1207
1509
2415


20000
1006
1341
1676
2682


25000
1091
1455
1818
2909


30000
1166
1555
1944
3110


40000
1295
1727
2159
3454


50000
1405
1873
2342
3747


* Swine operation housing hogs from about 23 kg (50 lb) to market.



     Table 13
     Recommended MDS for Swine -
     Feeders (liquid manure)*


No. of Feeders
Minimum Distance Separation (metres)



Category 1
Category 2
Category 3
Category 4


100
163
218
272
436


500
294
392
490
784


600
314
419
524
838


750
341
454
568
909


1000
379
505
631
1009



1200
405
539
674
1079


1500
439
585
731
1170


2000
487
650
812
1300


2500
529
705
881
1410


3000
565
754
942
1507


3500
598
797
997
1594


4000
628
837
1046
1674


4500
655
874
1092
1748


5000
681
908
1135
1816


6000
728
971
1213
1941


7000
770
1027
1283
2054


8000
809
1078
1348
2156


9000
844
1125
1407
2251


10000
877
1170
1462
2339


11000
908
1211
1514
2422


12000
937
1250
1562
2500


13000
965
1287
1609
2574


14000
992
1322
1653
2645


15000
1017
1356
1695
2712


20000
1130
1506
1883
3012


25000
1226
1634
2043
3268


30000
1310
1746
2183
3493


40000
1455
1940
2425
3880


50000
1578
2104
2631
4209


* Swine operation housing hogs from about 23 kg (50 lb) to market.



     Table 14
     Recommended MDS for Dairies -
     Free Stall (total)*


No. of Milking Cows
Minimum Distance Separation (metres)



Category 1
Category 2
Category 3
Category 4


30
175
233
291
466


80
250
333
416
666


100
271
361
452
722


120
290
386
483
772


140
306
408
511
817


160
322
429
536
858


180
336
448
560
895


200
349
465
581
930


225
364
486
607
971


250
379
505
631
1009


275
392
523
653
1045


300
405
539
674
1079


350
428
571
713
1141


400
449
599
749
1198


450
469
625
782
1251


500
487
650
812
1300


550
505
673
841
1346



600
521
695
868
1389


700
551
735
919
1470


800
579
772
964
1543


900
604
805
1007
1611


1000
628
837
1046
1674


1500
728
971
1213
1941


2000
809
1078
1348
2156


2500
877
1170
1462
2339


3000
937
1250
1562
2500


4000
1041
1388
1735
2777


5000
1130
1506
1883
3012


* Size based on lactating cows but includes all associated animals and
replacement stock. Full year confinement.



     Table 15
     Recommended MDS for Poultry -
     Layers (solid manure)


No. of Birds
Minimum Distance Separation (metres)



Category 1
Category 2
Category 3
Category 4


3000
150
197
247
395


5000
178
238
297
476


6000
191
254
318
508


7000
202
269
336
538


8000
212
282
353
565


9000
221
295
368
589


10000
230
306
383
613


12000
246
327
409
655


15000
266
355
444
710


20000
296
394
493
789


30000
343
457
572
915


50000
413
551
689
1102


75000
479
639
799
1278


100000
532
710
887
1420



     Table 16
     Recommended MDS for Poultry -
     Layers (liquid manure)


No. of Birds
Minimum Distance Separation (metres)



Category 1
Category 2
Category 3
Category 4


2000
151
201
251
401


5000
210
280
351
561


6000
225
300
375
600


7000
238
317
396
634


8000
250
333
416
666


9000
261
348
434
695


10000
271
361
452
722


12000
290
386
483
772


15000
314
419
524
838


20000
349
465
581
930


30000
405
539
674
1079


50000
487
650
812
1300


75000
565
754
942
1507


100000
628
837
1046
1674



     Table 17
     Recommended MDS for Poultry -
     Broilers, Pullets (solid manure)


No. of Birds
Minimum Distance Separation (metres)



Category 1
Category 2
Category 3
Category 4


10000
150
150
179
287


15000
150
166
208
332


20000
150
185
231
369


25000
150
200
250
401


30000
161
214
268
428


35000
170
226
283
453


40000
178
238
297
476


50000
193
258
322
516


75000
224
299
374
598


100000
249
332
415
665


250000
348
464
580
928


500000
448
598
747
1196


750000
520
693
867
1386


1000000 
577
770
962
1540



     Table 18
     MDS Table based on Livestock
     Siting Units (LSUs)


No. of LSUs
Minimum Distance Separation (metres)



Category 1
Category 2
Category 3
Category 4


20
150
163
204
327


30
150
189
237
379


40
158
210
263
421


50
171
228
285
456


60
183
244
305
488


70
193
258
322
516


80
203
271
339
542


90
212
283
353
566


100
220
294
367
588


110
228
304
380
609


120
236
314
393
628


130
243
323
404
647


140
249
332
415
665


150
256
341
426
681


160
262
349
436
698


170
267
357
446
713


180
273
364
455
728


190
279
371
464
743


200
284
378
473
757


210
289
385
482
771


220
294
392
490
784


230
299
398
498
797


240
303
405
506
809


250
308
411
513
821


260
312
416
521
833


270
317
422
528
845


280
321
428
535
856


290
325
433
542
867


300
329
439
549
878



310
333
444
555
888


320
337
449
562
899


330
341
454
568
909


340
345
459
574
919


350
348
464
580
928


360
352
469
586
938


370
355
474
592
947


380
359
478
598
957


390
362
483
604
966


400
366
487
609
975


410
369
492
615
984


420
372
496
620
992


430
375
500
626
1001


440
379
505
631
1009


450
382
509
636
1018


460
385
513
641
1026


470
388
517
646
1034


480
391
521
651
1042


490
394
525
656
1050


500
397
529
661
1058


520
402
536
670
1073


540
408
544
680
1088


560
413
551
689
1102


580
419
558
698
1116


600
424
565
706
1130


620
429
572
715
1144


640
434
579
723
1157


660
439
585
731
1170


680
444
592
739
1183


700
448
598
747
1196


720
453
604
755
1208


740
458
610
763
1220


760
462
616
770
1232


780
466
622
777
1244


800
471
628
785
1255


820
475
633
792
1267


840
479
639
799
1278


860
483
645
806
1289


880
487
650
812
1300


900
491
655
819
1311


920
495
661
826
1321


940
499
666
832
1332


960
503
671
839
1342


980
507
676
845
1352


1000
511
681
851
1362


1025
515
687
859
1374


1050
520
693
867
1386


1075
524
699
874
1398


1100
529
705
881
1410


1125
533
711
889
1422



1150
537
717
896
1433


1175
542
722
903
1445


1200
546
728
910
1456


1250
554
739
923
1478


1300
562
749
937
1499


1350
570
760
950
1520


1400
577
770
962
1540


1450
585
780
975
1560


1500
592
790
987
1579


1550
599
799
999
1598


1600
606
808
1011
1617


1650
613
818
1022
1635


1700
620
827
1033
1653


1750
626
835
1044
1671


1800
633
844
1055
1688


1850
639
852
1066
1705


1900
646
861
1076
1722


1950
652
869
1086
1738


2000
658
877
1096
1754


2050
664
885
1106
1770


2100
670
893
1116
1786


2150
675
901
1126
1801


2200
681
908
1135
1816


2250
687
916
1144
1831


2300
692
923
1154
1846


2350
698
930
1163
1860


2400
703
937
1172
1875


2450
708
944
1181
1889


2500
714
951
1189
1903


2550
719
958
1198
1917


2600
724
965
1206
1930


2650
729
972
1215
1944


2700
734
979
1223
1957


2750
739
985
1231
1970


2800
744
992
1240
1983


2850
749
998
1248
1996


2900
753
1004
1256
2009


2950
758
1011
1263
2021


3000
763
1017
1271
2034


3100
772
1029
1286
2058


3200
781
1041
1301
2082


3300
790
1053
1316
2106


3400
798
1064
1331
2129


3500
807
1076
1345
2152


3600
815
1087
1359
2174


3700
823
1098
1372
2196


3800
831
1109
1386
2217


3900
839
1119
1399
2238


4000
847
1130
1412
2259


4100
855
1140
1425
2280



4200
862
1150
1437
2300


4300
870
1160
1450
2319


4400
877
1170
1462
2339


4500
884
1179
1474
2358


4600
891
1189
1486
2377


4700
899
1198
1498
2396


4800
905
1207
1509
2415


4900
912
1216
1520
2433


5000
919
1225
1532
2451


5200
932
1243
1554
2486


5400
945
1260
1575
2521


5600
958
1277
1596
2554


5800
970
1294
1617
2587


6000
982
1310
1637
2619


6200
994
1325
1657
2651


6400
1006
1341
1676
2682


6600
1017
1356
1695
2712


6800
1028
1371
1714
2742


7000
1039
1386
1732
2771


7200
1050
1400
1750
2800


7400
1060
1414
1767
2828


7600
1071
1428
1785
2855


7800
1081
1441
1802
2883


8000
1091
1455
1818
2909


8200
1101
1468
1835
2936


8400
1111
1481
1851
2962


8600
1120
1494
1867
2987


8800
1130
1506
1883
3012


9000
1139
1519
1898
3037


9200
1148
1531
1914
3062


9400
1157
1543
1929
3086


9600
1166
1555
1944
3110


9800
1175
1567
1958
3133


10000
1184
1578
1973
3156


10500
1205
1606
2008
3213


11000
1226
1634
2043
3268


11500
1246
1661
2076
3321


12000
1265
1687
2108
3373


12500
1284
1712
2140
3424


13000
1303
1737
2171
3473


13500
1321
1761
2201
3522


14000
1338
1784
2230
3569


14500
1356
1807
2259
3615


15000
1372
1830
2287
3660


15500
1389
1852
2315
3704


16000
1405
1873
2342
3747


16500
1421
1895
2368
3789


17000
1437
1915
2394
3831


17500
1452
1936
2420
3872


18000
1467
1956
2445
3912



18500
1482
1975
2469
3951


19000
1496
1995
2493
3990


19500
1510
2014
2517
4028


20000
1524
2032
2541
4065


20500
1538
2051
2564
4102


21000
1552
2069
2586
4138


21500
1565
2087
2609
4174


22000
1578
2104
2631
4209


22500
1591
2122
2652
4243


23000
1604
2139
2674
4278


23500
1617
2156
2695
4311


24000
1629
2172
2715
4345


24500
1642
2189
2736
4377


25000
1654
2205
2756
4410


25500
1666
2221
2776
4442


26000
1678
2237
2796
4473


26500
1689
2252
2815
4505


27000
1701
2268
2835
4535


27500
1712
2283
2854
4566


28000
1724
2298
2873
4596


28500
1735
2313
2891
4626


29000
1746
2328
2910
4655


29500
1757
2342
2928
4684


30000
1767
2357
2946
4713


31000
1789
2385
2981
4770


32000
1810
2413
3016
4826


33000
1830
2440
3050
4880


34000
1850
2467
3084
4934


35000
1870
2493
3116
4986


36000
1889
2519
3149
5038


37000
1908
2544
3180
5088


38000
1927
2569
3211
5138


39000
1945
2593
3242
5187


40000
1963
2618
3272
5235


41000
1981
2641
3302
5283


42000
1998
2665
3331
5329


43000
2016
2688
3359
5375


44000
2033
2710
3388
5420


45000
2049
2733
3416
5465


46000
2066
2755
3443
5509


47000
2082
2776
3470
5553


48000
2098
2798
3497
5595


49000
2114
2819
3524
5638


50000
2130
2840
3550
5679


55000
2205
2940
3675
5880


60000
2276
3035
3794
6070


65000
2344
3125
3906
6250


70000
2408
3211
4013
6422


80000
2528
3371
4214
6742


90000
2639
3519
4399
7038



100000
2743
3657
4571
7314





     SCHEDULE 2

     DETERMINATION OF CATCH BASIN VOLUME

Precipitation data listed in Table 2 is from the Alberta Building Code 1997
and is defined as:
One Day Rainfall (mm): A one day rainfall that has a 1 in 30 year
probability.
Snow Load/Water Equivalent (mm): The amount of water equivalent to the
accumulated winter snowfall that has a 1 in 30 year probability.
Annual Total Precipitation (mm) The average total rainfall and snowfall
accumulations based on data from Alberta weather stations measured from
1961 to 1990.
Drainage Area: The total area, including pens, alleys and roadways which
contribute to runoff from the facility.

An unpaved lot with a bedding pack has the capacity to store up to 30 mm of
rain in the pen, while a paved lot without a bedding pack has no capacity
to store rainfall in the pen. Based on the amount of precipitation for the
site closest to the confined feeding operation or manure storage facility
(Table 2), use the appropriate runoff coefficient from Table 1.

Table 1.  Runoff Coefficients for Paved and Unpaved Drainage Areas

One Day Rainfall (mm)
1 in 30 year probability
Runoff Coefficient
Unpaved Drainage Area
Runoff Coefficient
Paved Drainage Area


65 - 86
0.30 - 0.60
1.0


87 - 95
0.40 - 0.65
1.0


96 - 105
0.50 - 0.70
1.0


The formula for determining the one day, 1 in 30 year probability, runoff
volume is:

One Day Rainfall Runoff Volume =
Drainage Area x One Day Rainfall x Runoff Coefficient


     Table 2
     Precipitation Data


Location
One Day Rainfall (mm) 1 in 30 year
Annual Total Precipitation (mm)
Snow Load/ Water Equivalent (mm)


Acadia Valley
75
310
153


Airdrie
95
440
122


Athabasca
80
480
185


Banff
60
500
347


Barrhead
80
475
173


Bashaw
85
460
194


Bassano
85
340
133


Beaumont
90
475
184


Beaverlodge
85
470
234


Berwyn
80
395
224


Black Diamond
90
495
143


Blackfalds
95
475
204


Bon Accord
85
485
173


Bonnyville
75
430
184


Bow Island
80
340
143


Bowden
95
480
173


Brooks
80
340
122


Bruderheim
95
480
173


Calgary
95
425
112


Calmar
95
490
184


Campsie
80
475
173



Camrose
85
470
194


Canmore
65
500
336


Cardston
100
550
153


Carstairs
105
475
163


Castor
85
405
204


Claresholm
95
440
133


Coaldale
85
390
133


Cochrane
75
500
143


Cold Lake
75
430
173


Coleman
70
550
265


Coronation
85
400
214


Cowley
75
525
163


Crossfield
105
485
153


Daysland
85
455
184


Devon
90
490
184


Didsbury
100
480
153


Drayton Valley
85
525
194


Drumheller
80
375
153


Eckville
105
540
194


Edmonton
90
460
173


Edson
75
570
204


Elk Point
75
440
184


Embarras Portage
80
390
184


Fairview
80
450
255


Falher
55
420
234


Foremost
70
360
163


Fort Chipewyan
70
381
214


Fort Macleod
90
425
122


Fort McMurray
85
460
184


Fort Saskatchewan
80
425
163


Fort Vermilion
60
380
204


Fox Creek
90
550
214


Gibbons
85
485
173


Gliechen
90
360
133


Grand Centre
75
435
184


Grande Cache
70
605
306


Grande Prairie
80
450
214


Granum
95
440
143


Grimshaw
80
390
224


Habay
65
425
234


Hanna
90
390
184


Hardisty
70
425
173


High Level
75
420
234


High Prairie
75
470
224


High River
95
425
133


Hinton
75
500
285


Innisfail
95
480
184



Irvine
75
360
143


Jasper
70
400
316


Keg River
60
450
234


Killam
90
445
184


Kitscoty
80
430
184


Lac La Biche
80
475
163


Lacombe
85
450
204


Lake Louise
55
580
428


Lamont
90
460
173


Leduc
90
485
184


Lethbridge
90
390
122


Lloydminster
70
430
194


Magrath
80
430
153


Manning
75
390
224


Mayerthorpe
90
555
194


McLennan
65
425
234


Medicine Hat
85
325
112


Milk River
70
375
163


Millet
95
475
184


Morinville
90
480
184


Morrin
75
390
173


Mundare
90
450
184


Nanton
95
440
133


Okotoks
95
470
143


Olds
95
485
173


Oyen
75
330
163


Peace River
60
390
214


Penhold
95
470
184


Picture Butte
85
400
122


Pincher Creek
100
575
153


Ponoka
80
480
194


Provost
80
415
184


Rainbow Lake
75
450
265


Ranfurly
85
420
184


Raymond
75
420
143


Red Deer
90
475
194


Redcliff
85
325
133


Redwater
80
470
173


Rimbey
100
505
214


Rocky Mountain House
80
550
184


Ryley
90
465
184


Sangudo
95
555
194


Sedgewick
95
440
184


Sexsmith
85
445
234


Sherwood Park
90
480
173


Slave Lake
75
500
214


Smoky Lake
75
480
184


Spirit River
75
440
234


Spruce Grove
90
500
173



Stavely
95
440
143


Stettler
90
450
214


Stony Plain
90
540
173


Strathmore
80
430
133


St. Albert
95
480
173


St. Paul
75
440
184


Suffield
80
325
133


Sundre
95
530
163


Swan Hills
95
500
275


Sylvan Lake
95
545
204


Taber
85
370
122


Thorhild
75
480
173


Three Hills
80
400
173


Tofield
95
465
184


Trochu
75
405
173 


Turner Valley
90
600
143


Two Hills
80
450
184


Valleyview
80
490
224


Vauxhall
85
335
122


Vegreville
80
410
184


Vermilion
80
410
173


Viking
65
445
184


Vulcan
90
410
133


Wagner
70
500
214


Wainwright
75
425
194


Warner
75
375
153


Wembley
85
470
224


Westlock
75
490
184


Wetaskiwin
80
500
194


Whitecourt
90
550
184


Wimborne
85
450
163




     SCHEDULE 3

     NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT AND
     DETERMINATION OF LAND BASE

SOIL TESTING
Soil testing must be conducted according to the latest edition of the
Manual on Soil Sampling and Methods of Analysis, published by The Canadian
Society of Soil Science, except for phosphorus, which is required to be
analyzed using the Modified Kelowna Method.

SOIL ANALYSIS
Standard laboratory procedures must be used for the soil analysis and this
information should be reflected in the records kept.  Soil testing must
include the following:

    extractable nitrate-nitrogen (NO3-N) and extractable ammonium (NH4-N)
from a soil depth of 0 - 60 cm (approx. 0 - 24 in.);
    extractable phosphate phosphorus (PO4-P) using the Modified Kelowna
Method from a soil depth of 0 - 15 cm (approx. 0 - 6 in.);
    soil salinity based on Electrical Conductivity (E. C.) of a saturated
paste extract;
    soil texture; one-time analysis.

Soil test information shall not be older than 3 years for nutrient
management planning except for soil texture, which is a one-time analysis.

Application of Manure on Frozen or Snow Covered Land
The following Minimum Setback Distances in Table 1, are the distances
required for the purposes of this Regulation:

     Table 1
     Minimum Setback Distances for Application
     of Manure on Frozen or Snow Covered Land

Mean Slope
Required Setback Distance from Common Body of Water


Less than 4%
30 m


4% but less than 6%
60 m


6% but less than 12%
90 m


12% or greater
No application allowed



Application of Manure on Forage and Direct Seeded Crops
The following minimum setback distances in Table 2 are the distances
required for the purposes of this Regulation:

     Table 2
     Minimum Setback Distance for Application
      of Manure on Forage or Direct Seeded Crops

     Mean Slope
     Required Setback Distance from
     Common Body of Water


Less than 4%
30 m


4% but less than 6%
60 m


6% but less than 12%
90 m


12% or greater
No application allowed



NITRATE-NITROGEN LIMITS
The nitrate-nitrogen (NO3-N) levels in the top 60 cm (approx. 24 in.) of
the soil profile must not exceed the following limits shown in Table 3.

     Table 3
     Nitrate-Nitrogen Limits

Soil
Sandy (> 45% Sand and water table < 4m)
Sandy (> 45% Sand and water table > 4m)
Medium and Fine Textured Soils


Brown
80 kg/ha (75 lb/ac)
110 kg/ha (100 lb/ac)
140 kg/ha (125 lb/ac)


Dark Brown
110 kg/ha (100 lb/ac)
140 kg/ha (125 lb/ac)
170 kg/ha (150 lb/ac)


Black
140 kg/ha (125 lb/ac)
170 kg/ha (150 lb/ac)
225 kg/ha (200 lb/ac)


Luvisolic (Grey Wooded)
110 kg/ha (100 lb/ac)
140 kg/ha (125 lb/ac)
170 kg/ha (150 lb/ac)


Irrigated
180 kg/ha (160 lb/ac)
225 kg/ha (200 lb/ac)
270 kg/ha (240 lb/ac)



LAND BASE GUIDELINES
These land base guidelines are intended as a guide to assist in estimating
the amount of manure that may be applied to a parcel of land, subject to
the limitations noted below.  The tables are based on average soil
fertility levels in the four soil zones and manure nutrient from typical
production systems. They do not allow for soil fertility and texture
variability within soil zones, variations in manure nutrients, specialized
crop types, and/or rotations. Due to these variations, the land base
recommendations in Tables 8 to 19 may not be suitable for specific sites.
The tables are based on a one-time application of manure based on nitrogen.
The assumed supply of nutrients from manure are listed in Table 4. These
land based manure application rates do not take into account other
fertilizer nutrients which may be used.

     Table 4.
     Assumed Crop Nutrient Requirements for
     Determining Land Base Guidelines*

Nutrient
Soil Type



Dark Brown & Brown
Grey Wooded
Black
Irrigated



kg/hectare
kg/hectare
kg/hectare
kg/hectare


Nitrogen
56
67
90
112



Phosphate
28
34
45
50


Potash
11
17
17
17

* For the purpose of determining land base guidelines, nitrogen is used as
the determining nutrient.

Nutrient Content of Livestock Manures for Various Species
The nutrient content for typical agricultural livestock manures for various
species are found in Table 5 and are defined as follows:
Total N: Includes both mineral (nitrate and ammonium nitrogen) and organic
nitrogen. The organic portion is not available to the plant without further
microbial mineralization into available nitrogen.
Available N: This is the portion of the total nitrogen that is in the
mineral (usually ammonium) plant available form at the time of application.
Crop N: This is an estimate of the available nitrogen plus the portion of
the organic nitrogen that is mineralized over the growing season less
estimated losses.
Total P: Total P is expressed as total phosphorus in the manure, including
mineral and organic forms. Phosphorus is largely contained in the solids
portion of the manure so mixing of the liquid manure is necessary for
uniformity of phosphorus content.

Manure Production Volumes
Tables 6 and 7 contain average manure volumes expected from common
livestock species. Volumes are from typical housing systems and include
added water (spillage and wash water) as well as bedding and spilled feed.
These are variables and should be taken into account and adjustments made
where appropriate. These volumes are used to determine the manure storage
volumes as well as for determining manure nutrient amounts used for the
land base guidelines.


    





     Table 5.  Nutrient Content of Typical Agricultural Livestock Manures
for Various Species


Type of Livestock
Moisture %
Total N
 % Range
Total N -Typical
Available N
Crop N
Total P





lbs/ton
kg/tonne
lbs/ton
kg/tonne
lbs/ton
kg/tonne
lbs/ton
kg/tonne


Beef
Feeders
Finishers
Feeder Calves
Cow w/Calf
Cow/Bulls
30 - 70 (50) 
0.65 - 1.25
20.0
10.0
5.1
2.6
6.5
3.2
4.8
2.4



Paved Feedlot
50- 75 (65)
0.45 - 0.80
14.0
7.0
5.4
2.7
5.0
2.5
1.7
0.9


Dairy
Free Stall
85 - 95 (92)
0.35 - 0.60
8.0
4.0
3.6
1.8
3.3
1.7
1.7
0.9



Tie Stall
Loose Housing
Replacements
Calves
70 - 85 (80)
0.45 - 0.65
10.0
5.0
4.2
2.1
3.8
1.9
1.7
0.9


Swine
Liquid
90 - 99 (96)
0.20 - 0.55
7.0
3.5
3.2
1.6
3.1
1.6
2.2
1.1



Solid
40 - 70 (50)
0.60 - 0.90
16.0
8.0
6.4
3.2
6.2
3.1
3.0
1.5

Poultry
Layers (solid)
Belt Cage
30 - 60 (40)
2.50 - 3.50
60.0
30.1
40.0
20.1
37.7
18.9
30.8
15.4



Layers (solid)
Deep Pit
30 - 60 (50)
2.00 - 3.00
48.0
24.1
32.0
16.0
30.1
15.1
24.6
12.3



Layers (liquid)
85 - 95 (90)
0.50 - 1.00
12.0
6.0
8.0
4.0
7.5
3.8
5.0
2.5



Broilers
Pullets
30 - 50 (35)
3.50 - 4.00
68.0
34.1
38.9
19.5
36.8
18.4
19.0
9.5



Breeders
30 - 50 (35)
1.60 - 2.10
60.0
30.1
34.3
17.2
32.4
16.3
19.0
9.5


Turkey Breeders
30 - 50 (35)
1.50 - 2.00
35.0
17.5
20.0
10.0
18.9
9.5
11.8
5.9


Horses
Feedlot
30 - 60 (50)
1.00 - 2.00
30.0
15.0
15.0
7.5
14.3
7.1
4.6
2.3



PMU
50 - 80 (75)
0.50 - 0.70
12.0
6.0
6.0
3.0
5.7
2.9
2.6
1.3



Donkeys
Mules
30 - 70 (50)
0.80 - 1.10
20.0
10.0
10.0
5.0
9.5
4.8
4.6
2.3


Fur Farms
Mink
-----
1.50 - 2.00
36.0
18.0
18.0
9.0
17.1
8.6
21.7
10.9



Fox
-----
0.20 - 0.60
8.0
4.0
4.0
2.0
3.8
1.9
1.7
0.9


Rabbits
-----
0.30 - 0.60
10.0
5.0
4.2
2.1
4.6
2.3
10.4
5.2


Cervid
Elk
Deer
25 - 50 (35)
0.50 - 0.75
13.0
6.5
3.9
2.0
4.5
2.2
4.3
2.2 


Bison
25 - 50 (35)
0.50 - 0.75
13.0
6.5
3.9
2.0
4.5
2.2
4.3
2.2


Alpaca/Llama
25 - 50 (35)
0.80 - 1.20
20.0
10.0
8.0
4.0
7.2
3.6
3.9
2.0


Sheep
Ewes w/Lambs
Ewes/Rams
Feeders
30 - 65 (50)
0.65 - 1.25
20.0
10.0
8.0
4.0
7.2
3.6
3.9
2.0



Lambs
30 - 65 (50)
0.50 - 1.00
14.0
7.0
5.6
2.8
5.0
2.5
3.9
2.0


Goats
30 - 65 (50)
0.50 - 0.75
12.6
6.3
5.0
2.5
4.5
2.3
4.6
2.3


Ratite
25 - 50 (35)
1.50 - 2.00
35.0
17.5
20.0
10.0
18.9
9.5
11.8
5.9




          Table 6.  Solid Manure Production Volume


Species
Daily
Monthly
Yearly



lbs
kgs
cu. ft.
lbs
kgs
cu. ft.
tons
tonnes
cu. ft.   


Beef
Feeders
8.4
3.8
0.21
250
110
6.2
1.53
1.39
75



Finishers - Open Lot
13.1
5.9
0.32
390
180
9.6
2.38
2.16
117



Finishers - Paved Lot
19.8
9.0
0.43
590
270
12.8
3.61
3.28
156



Feeder Calves < 550 lbs
3.3
1.5
0.08
100
50
2.4
0.59
0.54
29



Cow w/Calf
17.8
8.1
0.44
530
240
13.1
3.25
2.95
159



Cows/Bulls
16.5
7.5
0.40
500
230
12.1
3.02
2.73
147


Dairy
Tie stall
139.7
63.5
2.66
4190
1900
79.7
25.50
23.12
970



Loose housing
146.3
66.5
2.78
4390
2000
83.5
26.71
24.21
1016



Replacements
42.9
19.5
0.82
1290
590
24.5
7.83
7.10
298



Calves
2.9
1.3
0.07
90
40
2.1
0.54
0.49
26



Swine
Farrow to Finish
86.4
39.3
1.74
2590
1180
52.3
15.76
14.29
637



Farrow to Wean
26.6
12.1
0.54
800
360
16.1
4.85
4.40
196



Farrowing
21.3
9.7
0.43
640
290
12.9
3.88
3.52
157



Weaner
2.8
1.3
0.06
80
40
1.7
0.50
0.46
20



Feeder
8.2
3.7
0.17
250
110
5.0
1.50
1.36
61


Poultry per 100

Layers - Belt Cage
9.9
4.5
0.41
300
140
12.3
1.81
1.64
149



Layers - Deep Pit
13.0
5.9
0.31
390
180
9.2
2.37
2.15
112



Broilers
6.0
2.7
0.30
180
82
8.9
1.09
0.99
108



Broiler Breeders
15.8
7.2
0.59
480
220
17.8
2.89
2.62
217


Poultry
per 100
Layer Breeders
11.7
5.3
0.53
350
160
15.8
2.13
1.93
192



Pullets
6.0
2.7
0.15
180
80
4.6
1.09
0.99
56



Turkey Hens (Light)
13.6
6.2
0.85
410
190
25.4
2.49
2.26
309



Turkey Toms (Heavy)
19.8
9.0
1.28
590
270
38.5
3.61
3.28
468



Turkey Broilers
11.0
5.0
0.51
330
150
15.3
2.01
1.82
186


Horses
PMU
45.8
20.8
0.92
1370
620
27.7
8.35
7.57
337



Feedlot
15.2
6.9
0.46
460
210
13.9
2.77
2.51
169



Donkeys
7.6
3.5
0.23
230
100
6.9
1.39
1.26
84



Mules
11.4
5.2
0.35
340
150
10.4
2.08
1.89
127


Fur Farms
Mink (per 100)
30.8
14.0
0.71
920
420
21.3
5.62
5.10
260



Fox (per 100)
77.0
35.0
1.24
2310
1050
37.3
14.05
12.74
454



Rabbits (per 100)
100.1
45.5
2.49
3000
1360
74.7
18.27
16.56
908


Cervid
Elk
5.8
2.6
0.14
170
77
4.3
1.06
0.96
52



Deer
2.9
1.3
0.07
90
40
2.1
0.52
0.47
25


Bison
7.3
3.3
0.18
220
100
5.3
1.32
1.20
65


Alpaca/Llama
4.6
2.1
0.15
140
60
4.5
0.84
0.76
55


Sheep
Ewes w/Lambs
3.9
1.8
0.13
120
55
3.8
0.71
0.64
46



Ewes/Rams
3.1
1.4
0.10
90
41
3.0
0.57
0.51
37



Feeders
1.5
0.7
0.05
50
23
1.5
0.28
0.25
18



Lambs
0.8
0.4
0.02
23
11
0.7
0.14
0.13
9


Goats
Meat/Milk per Ewe
5.9
2.7
0.19
180
80
5.8
1.08
0.98
70



Feeders
0.6
0.3
0.02
20
10
0.5
0.10
0.09
6



Nannies/Billies
3.1
1.4
0.10
90
40
3.0
0.56
0.51
36


Ratite
Emu
1.3
0.6
0.08
40
20
2.4
0.24
0.22
29



Ostrich
2.4
1.1
0.15
70
30
4.4
0.44
0.40
53


     

Table 7.  Liquid Manure Production Volume


Species
Daily
Monthly
Yearly



gallons
litres
cu. ft.
gallons
litres
cu. ft.
gallons
cu. m
cu. ft.


Swine
Farrow to Finish
14.4
65.7
2.31
430
1950
69
5272
24.0
844



Farrow to Wean
4.4
20.2
0.71
130
590
21
1622
7.4
260



Farrowing
3.5
15.9
0.56
110
500
17
1278
5.8
204



Weaner
0.5
2.3
0.08
20
90
2
183
0.8
29



Feeder
1.6
7.1
0.25
50
230
7
568
2.6
91


Dairy - Free Stall (dries + milking)*
25.7
116.8
4.11
770
3500
123
9380
43
1501


Dairy - Replacements (milking)
3.9
17.9
0.63
120
550
19
1440
7
230


Poultry - Layers (per 100)
6.0
27.1
0.95
180
820
29
2174
10
348


*  Includes milking parlour waste of 30L per milking cow (not
replacements).




     Table 8
     Land Base Requirements for Beef Feeders -
      Open Earthen Feedlots (solid manure)


No. of Feeders
Soil Type



Dark Brown & Brown
Grey Wooded
Black
Irrigated



hectares
hectares
hectares
hectares


300
24
20
15
12


400
32
27
20
16


500
40
33
25
20


600
48
40
30
24


700
56
47
35
28


800
64
53
40
32


900
72
60
45
36


1000
80
67
50
40


1200
96
80
60
48


1400
112
93
70
56


1600
128
107
80
64


1800
144
120
90
72


2000
160
134
100
80


2500
200
167
125
100


3000
240
200
150
120


3500
280
234
175
140


4000
321
267
200
160


5000
401
334
250
200


6000
481
401
301
240


7000
561
467
351
280



8000
641
534
401
321


9000
721
601
451
361


10000
801
668
501
401


12000
962
801
601
481


14000
1122
935
701
561


16000
1282
1069
801
641


18000
1443
1202
902
721


20000
1603
1336
1002
801


25000
2003
1670
1252
1002


30000
2404
2003
1503
1202


40000
3206
2671
2003
1603


50000
4007
3339
2504
2003



     Table 9
     Land Base Requirements for Beef Finishers -
     Open Earthen Feedlots (solid manure)


No. of Finishers
Soil Type



Dark Brown & Brown
Grey Wooded
Black
Irrigated



hectares
hectares
hectares
hectares


300
37
31
23
19


400
50
42
31
25


500
62
52
39
31


600
75
62
47
37


700
87
73
55
44


800
100
83
62
50


900
112
94
70
56


1000
125
104
78
62


1200
150
125
94
75


1400
175
146
109
87


1600
200
166
125
100


1800
225
187
140
112


2000
250
208
156
125


2500
312
260
195
156


3000
375
312
234
187


3500
437
364
273
219


4000
499
416
312
250


5000
624
520
390
312


6000
749
624
468
375


7000
874
728
546
437


8000
999
832
624
499


9000
1124
937
702
562


10000
1249
1041
780
624


12000
1498
1249
937
749


14000
1748
1457
1093
874


16000
1998
1665
1249
999


18000
2248
1873
1405
1124


20000
2497
2081
1561
1249



25000
3122
2601
1951
1561


30000
3746
3122
2341
1873


40000
4995
4162
3122
2497


50000
6243
5203
3902
3122



     Table 10
     Land Base Requirements for Swine -
     Farrow to Finish (liquid manure)   


No. of Sows
Soil Type



Dark Brown & Brown
Grey Wooded
Black
Irrigated



hectares
hectares
hectares
hectares


50
33
28
21
17


100
67
56
42
33


125
84
70
52
42


150
100
84
63
50


175
117
97
73
58


200
134
111
84
67


250
167
139
104
84


300
201
167
125
100


350
234
195
146
117


400
267
223
167
134


500
334
279
209
167


600
401
334
251
201


750
501
418
313
251


1000
668
557
418
334


1500
1003
836
627
501


2000
1337
1114
836
668


2500
1671
1393
1044
836


3000
2005
1671
1253
1003


3500
2339
1950
1462
1170


4000
2674
2228
1671
1337


5000
3342
2785
2089
1671


10000
6684
5570
4178
3342


15000
10026
8355
6266
5013


20000
13368
11140
8355
6684



     Table 11
     Land Base Requirements for Swine -
     Farrowing (liquid manure)     


No. of Sows
Soil Type



Dark Brown & Brown
Grey Wooded
Black
Irrigated



hectares
hectares
hectares
hectares


50
8
7
5
4


100
16
13
10
8


125
20
17
13
10


150
24
20
15
12


175
28
24
18
14


200
32
27
20
16



250
40
34
25
20


300
49
40
30
24


350
57
47
35
28


400
65
54
40
32


500
81
67
51
40


600
97
81
61
49


750
121
101
76
61


1000
162
135
101
81


1500
243
202
152
121


2000
324
270
202
162


2500
405
337
253
202


3000
486
405
304
243


3500
567
472
354
283


4000
648
540
405
324


5000
810
675
506
405


8000
1296
1080
810
648


10000
1620
1350
1012
810


15000
2429
2024
1518
1215


20000
3239
2699
2024
1620



     Table 12
     Land Base Requirements for Swine -
     Farrow to Wean (liquid manure)     


No. of Sows
Soil Type



Dark Brown & Brown
Grey Wooded
Black
Irrigated



hectares
hectares
hectares
hectares


50
10
9
6
5


100
21
17
13
10


125
26
21
16
13


150
31
26
19
15


175
36
30
22
18


200
41
34
26
21


250
51
43
32
26


300
62
51
39
31


350
72
60
45
36


400
82
69
51
41


500
103
86
64
51


600
123
103
77
62


750
154
129
96
77


1000
206
171
129
103


1500
308
257
193
154


2000
411
343
257
206


2500
514
428
321
257


3000
617
514
386
308


3500
720
600
450
360


4000
823
686
514
411



5000
1028
857
643
514


8000
1645
1371
1028
823


10000
2057
1714
1285
1028


15000
3085
2571
1928
1542


20000
4113
3428
2571
2057



     Table 13
     Land Base Requirements for Swine -
     Weaners (liquid manure)


No. of Weaners
Soil Type



Dark Brown & Brown
Grey Wooded
Black
Irrigated



hectares
hectares
hectares
hectares


500
12
10
7
6


600
14
12
9
7


700
16
13
10
8


800
19
15
12
9


900
21
17
13
10


1000
23
19
14
12


1500
35
29
22
17


2000
46
39
29
23


2500
58
48
36
29


3000
69
58
43
35


4000
93
77
58
46


5000
116
96
72
58


6000
139
116
87
69


7000
162
135
101
81


8000
185
154
116
93


9000
208
174
130
104


10000
231
193
145
116


15000
347
289
217
174


20000
463
386
289
231


25000
578
482
362
289


30000
694
578
434
347


40000
925
771
578
463


50000
1157
964
723
578



     Table 14
     Land Base Requirements for Swine -
     Feeders (liquid manure)


No. of Feeders
Soil Type



Dark Brown & Brown
Grey Wooded
Black
Irrigated



hectares
hectares
hectares
hectares


100
7
6
4
4


500
36
30
22
18


600
43
36
27
22


750
54
45
34
27



1000
72
60
45
36


1200
86
72
54
43


1500
108
90
67
54


2000
144
120
90
72


3000
216
180
135
108


3500
252
210
157
126


4000
288
240
180
144


4500
324
270
202
162


5000
360
300
225
180


6000
432
360
270
216


7000
504
420
315
252


8000
576
480
360
288


9000
648
540
405
324


10000
720
600
450
360


11000
792
660
495
396


12000
864
720
540
432


13000
936
780
585
468


14000
1008
840
630
504


15000
1080
900
675
540


20000
1440
1200
900
720


25000
1800
1500
1125
900


30000
2159
1800
1350
1080


40000
2879
2399
1800
1440


50000
3599
2999
2249
1800



     Table 15
     Land Base Requirements for Dairies* -
     Free Stall (liquid manure)


No. of Milking Cows
Soil Type



Dark Brown & Brown
Grey Wooded
Black
Irrigated



hectares
hectares
hectares
hectares


30
45
37
28
22


80
119
99
74
59


100
148
124
93
74


120
178
148
111
89


140
208
173
130
104


160
238
198
148
119


180
267
223
167
134


200
297
247
186
148


225
334
278
209
167


250
371
309
232
186


275
408
340
255
204


300
445
371
278
223


350
520
433
325
260


400
594
495
371
297



450
668
557
418
334


500
742
619
464
371


550
817
681
510
408


600
891
742
557
445


700
1039
866
650
520


800
1188
990
742
594


900
1336
1114
835
668


1000
1485
1237
928
742


1500
2227
1856
1392
1114


2000
2970
2475
1856
1485


2500
3712
3094
2320
1856


3000
4455
3712
2784
2227


4000
5940
4950
3712
2970


5000
7425
6187
4640
3712


* Includes milking, dry and replacement stock and 30L parlour waste per
milking cow (not replacements).



     Table 16
     Land Base Requirements for Poultry -
     Layers (solid manure)


No. of Layers
Soil Type



Dark Brown & Brown
Grey Wooded
Black
Irrigated



hectares
hectares
hectares
hectares


3000
17
14
10
8


5000
28
23
17
14


6000
33
28
21
17


7000
39
32
24
19


8000
44
37
28
22


9000
50
41
31
25


10000
55
46
34
28


12000
66
55
41
33


15000
83
69
52
41


20000
110
92
69
55


30000
165
138
103
83


50000
275
230
172
138


75000
413
344
258
207


100000
551
459
344
275



     Table 17
     Land Base Requirements for Poultry -
     Broilers (solid manure)


No. of Broilers
Soil Type



Dark Brown & Brown
Grey Wooded
Black
Irrigated



hectares
hectares
hectares
hectares


10000
33
27
20
16


15000
49
41
30
24


20000
65
54
41
33


25000
81
68
51
41


30000
98
81
61
49


35000
114
95
71
57


40000
130
108
81
65


50000
163
135
102
81


75000
244
203
152
122


100000
325
271
203
163


250000
813
677
508
406


500000
1625
1354
1016
813


750000
2438
2032
1524
1219


1000000
3251
2709
2032
1625



     Table 18
     Land Base Requirements for Turkeys -
     Broilers (solid manure)


No. of Turkeys
Soil Type



Dark Brown & Brown
Grey Wooded
Black
Irrigated



hectares
hectares
hectares
hectares


1000
5
4
3
3


1500
8
7
5
4


2000
11
9
7
5


3000
16
13
10
8


4000
21
18
13
11


5000
26
22
16
13


6000
32
26
20
16


7000
37
31
23
18


8000
42
35
26
21


9000
47
40
30
24


10000
53
44
33
26


15000
79
66
49
40


20000
105
88
66
53



     Table 19
     Land Base Requirements for Sheep -
     Feeders (solid manure)


No. of Feeders
Soil Type



Dark Brown & Brown
Grey Wooded
Black
Irrigated



hectares
hectares
hectares
hectares


600
10
8
6
5



700
11
10
7
6


800
13
11
8
7


900
15
12
9
7


1000
16
14
10
8


2000
33
27
20
16


5000
82
68
51
41


10000
164
136
102
82



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     Alberta Regulation 268/2001

     Agricultural Operation Practices Act

     BOARD ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES REGULATION

     Filed:  December 28, 2001

Made by the Natural Resources Conservation Board on December 21, 2001
pursuant to section 44(3) of the Agricultural Operation Practices Act.


     Table of Contents

Interpretation 1

     Applications, Submissions

Approval application     2
Registration application 3
Application for authorization 4
Professional engineer's verification    5
Additional information and particulars  6
Withdrawal of application or submission 7
Notice of application    8
Copy of application 9
Filing submissions  10
Applications by directly affected parties, affected persons 11
Copies of submissions, applications     12
Filing of additional material 13
Application for review   14
Notice of review    15

     Process Procedures

Variation of procedures  16
Notice to attend    17
Oath or affirmation 18
Presentation of submissions   19
Direct evidence     20
Examination of witnesses 21
Hearings in the absence of the public   22
Submissions by Board staff and experts  23
Arguments 24
Written hearings    25
Approval officer amendment    26
Evidence not confidential     27
Board directions    28
On-site visits 29
Amendments of proceedings     30
Enlargement or abridgement of time 31
Failure to comply with Regulation  32
Notice    33
Revisions to documents   34
Affidavits     35
Evidence  36

     Acquisition of an Approval,
     Registration, Authorization

New owner 37

     Inspectors

Identification of inspectors  38

     Expiry, Coming into Force

Expiry    39
Coming into force   40


Interpretation
1(1)   In this Regulation,

     (a)  "Act" means the Agricultural Operation Practices Act;

     (b)  "Crown" means Her Majesty the Queen in right of Alberta;

     (c)  "document" includes films, photographs, charts, maps, graphs,
plans, surveys, books of account, transcripts and video and audio
recordings;

     (d)  "electronic hearing" means an oral hearing conducted by
conference telephone call or other electronic means where each participant
is able to hear and respond to the comments of the other participants at
the time the comments are made;

     (e)  "hearing" means a hearing before the Board;

     (f)  "land surveyor" means an Alberta land surveyor as defined in
the Land Surveyors Act;

     (g)  "oral hearing" means a hearing at which the participants attend
in person before the Board;

     (h)  "professional engineer" means a professional engineer under the
Engineering, Geological and Geophysical Professions Act;

     (i)  "representative" means the agent or solicitor of a person;

     (j)  "written hearing" means a hearing held by means of an exchange
of documents whether in writing or in electronic form.

(2)  In this Regulation a reference to an application for an approval,
registration or authorization includes an application for an amendment of
an approval, registration or authorization.


     Applications, Submissions

Approval application
2(1)   An application for an approval or an amendment of an approval must
be filed with the Board and contain the following:

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

     (b)  a list of the affected persons;

     (c)  an evaluation of whether the application is consistent with the
applicable municipal development plan;

     (d)  engineering plans for manure storage facilities, manure
collection area and contamination management;

     (e)  hydro-geological assessments;

     (f)  numbers and species of livestock and stage of animal
development of the livestock that will be at the confined feeding
operation;

     (g)  legal description of the land on which the confined feeding
operation is located;

     (h)  a site plan, to scale, showing the location of all

               (i)  water bodies,

               (ii) water wells,

               (iii)     property lines,

               (iv) residence locations of affected persons,

               (v)  barns, corrals and pens,

               (vi) manure storage facilities and manure collection
area, and

               (vii)     run-on and run-off controls;

     (i)  an explanation of how the confined feeding operation or
expansion and its operation will meet the requirements of the regulations
under the Act;

     (j)  the legal description of the land where manure is to be spread
for the first 3 years of the operation;

     (k)  a nutrient management plan as described in section 4(4);

     (l)  any other information required by the Board.

(2)  The Board may require that documents filed under subsection (1) be
prepared and stamped by a professional engineer or a land surveyor.


Registration application
3(1)   An application for a registration or an amendment of a registration
must be filed with the Board and contain the following:

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

     (b)  a list of the affected persons;

     (c)  an evaluation of whether the application is consistent with the
applicable municipal development plan;

     (d)  an explanation of how the confined feeding operation or
expansion and its operation will meet the requirements of the regulations
under the Act;

     (e)  the number and species of livestock and stage of animal
development of the livestock that are to be raised at the confined feeding
operation;

     (f)  legal description of the land on which the confined feeding
operation or proposed confined feeding operation is to be located;

     (g)  a site plan showing

               (i)  water bodies,

               (ii) water wells,

               (iii)     property lines,

               (iv) residence locations of affected persons,

               (v)  barns, corrals and pens,

               (vi) manure storage facilities and manure collection
areas, and

               (vii)     run-on and run-off controls;

     (h)  the legal description of the land where manure is to be spread
for the first 3 years of the operation;

     (i)  a nutrient management plan as described in section 4(4);

     (j)  any other information required by the Board.

(2)  The Board may require that any or all of the documents filed under
subsection (1) be prepared and stamped by a professional engineer or a land
surveyor.


Application for authorization
4(1)  An application for an authorization or an amendment of an
authorization must be filed with the Board and contain the information and
documents referred to in sections 2(1) and 3(1), unless the Board waives
the requirement for submitting an item of information or a document.

(2)  The Board may require that any or all of the documents filed under
subsection (1) be prepared and stamped by a professional engineer or a land
surveyor.

(3)  For the purposes of subsection (1) references in section 2(1)(g) and
(i) and 3(1)(d) and (f) to a confined feeding operation are to be read as a
reference to a manure storage facility.

(4)  An application for an authorization for a nutrient management plan
must be filed with the Board and contain a detailed description of how the
nutrient management plan will provide the equivalent or greater protection
to the water and soil than would be achieved by compliance with sections 24
and 25 of the Standards and Administration Regulation under the Act.


Professional engineer's verification
5(1)  An applicant for an approval or registration of a confined feeding
operation or an authorization for a manure storage facility must, if
required to do so by an approval officer, file a document, signed by a
professional engineer, certifying that the operation or facility, or a
particular part of it, complies with the Standards and Administration
Regulation under the Act.
     
(2)  An approval officer may require an applicant for an approval or
registration of a confined feeding operation or an authorization for a
manure storage facility to file with the application a written engineering
soils investigation certified by a professional engineer that includes the
following calculated in accordance with  the Standards and Administration
Regulation under the Act:

     (a)  the depth to shallow bedrock;

     (b)  the soil hydraulic conductivity;

     (c)  the soil texture;

     (d)  the depth to water table;

     (e)  the bore hole logs.

(3)  An approval officer may require an applicant for an approval or
registration of a confined feeding operation or an authorization for a
manure storage facility to include with the plans for the surface water
control system as required by the Standards and Administration Regulation
under the Act and may require the applicant to include a certificate from a
professional engineer certifying that the design meets the requirements of
that Regulation.


Additional information and particulars
6(1)  An approval officer may require an applicant to provide any
additional information or particulars that the approval officer considers
necessary to complete or supplement the application.

(2)  Notwithstanding subsection (1), an approval officer may, at any time,
require an applicant to provide any additional information or particulars
that the approval officer considers necessary to complete or supplement the
application.

(3)  If, in the opinion of an approval officer, an applicant fails to
provide additional information or particulars under subsection (1) or (2),
the approval officer must give notice to the applicant specifying the
information or particulars required.

(4)  If the applicant fails to provide particulars within 6 months of the
approval officer's notice, the approval officer may defer consideration of
the application or deny the application in accordance with section 18(3) of
the Act.


Withdrawal of application or submission
7   If an applicant wishes to withdraw an application before a decision is
made by the approval officer, the applicant must file a written notice of
withdrawal of application with the Board and the Board must give notice of
the withdrawal to the directly affected persons.


Notice of application
8   A notice of an application under Part 2 of the Act must

     (a)  include a description of the subject-matter of the application
and the name of the applicant,

     (b)  state the time and place at which

               (i)  affected persons may file submissions concerning
the application, and

               (ii) in the case of an application for an approval,
persons may file applications for directly affected party status,

     (c)  in the case of an approval application, state that copies of
the application and the information and particulars filed in support of the
application will be available at a location open to the public,

     (d)  in the case of an approval application, state the address in
Alberta where the application, information and particulars will be
available for viewing and the hours during which they may be reviewed, and

     (e)  state any other particulars an approval officer requests.


Copy of application
9(1)  From the date of publication of a notice related to an approval or
until the latest date provided for the filing of submissions, in accordance
with section 19(4) of the Act, as set out in the notice the applicant or
the applicant's representative must supply a copy of the application and
the information and particulars to be included with the application to any
affected person requesting them.

(2)  The notice under subsection (1) must state where the application is
available for viewing by the public pursuant to section 19(3) of the Act.


Filing submissions
10(1)  A submission or application under Part 2 of the Act must be filed
with the Board, and it is deemed to be filed at the time it is actually
received at the office of the Board irrespective of when or how it may have
been sent.

(2)  A submission or application actually received at the office of the
Board later in the day than the Board's normal business hours is deemed to
have been filed on the next day that the office is open.


Applications by directly affected parties, affected persons
11(1)  Subject to subsection (2), a submission by a directly affected party
or an application for directly affected party status must be filed with the
Board, be in writing and contain the following:

     (a)  a concise statement indicating

               (i)  the manner in which the directly affected party or
the applicant's interests may be directly affected by a decision of an
approval officer or of the Board,

               (ii) the nature and scope of the directly affected
party's intended participation,

               (iii)     the facts proposed to be shown in evidence,

               (iv) the disposition of the proceeding advocated, if
any,

               (v)  the reasons why the decision should be made in the
manner advocated, and

               (vi) the efforts made, if any, to resolve issues
associated with the proceeding directly with the applicant for the
approval, registration or authorization;

     (b)  the name, address in Alberta, telephone number, fax number and,
if available, e-mail address of the directly affected party or the
applicant;

     (c)  if the applicant has a representative, the name, address in
Alberta, telephone number, fax number and, if available, e-mail address of
the representative.

(2)  The Board may permit an applicant or a directly affected party to
amend or to add to the statement filed under subsection (1).

(3)  If a submission or application contains a technical report or material
of a technical nature, it must set out the technical qualifications of the
person signing or taking responsibility for the report or material.


Copies of submissions, applications
12(1)  On receipt of a submission or an application under section 11, the
Board may direct, orally or in writing, that the applicant or the
representative supply in a manner specified by the Board additional copies
of the submission or the application to the approval officer or the Board
and to any other persons.

(2)  If the submission or application relates to an approval, the Board
must deposit, for examination only, a copy of the submission or the
application and the documents filed in support of it at the public location
set out in the notice.
     

Filing of additional material
13   After the date referred to in the notice, no additional information
for an application or submission may be filed in respect of an application
or submission by or on behalf of a directly affected party or the applicant
unless it is at the request of  or with the leave of an approval officer or
the Board.


Application for review
14(1)  An application for a review under section 20(5), 22(4) or 23(3) of
the Act must be in writing and contain the following:

     (a)  a clear and concise statement of the facts relevant to the
application;

     (b)  the grounds on which the application is made;

     (c)  a brief explanation as to the nature of the prejudice or damage
that has resulted or will result from the order, decision or direction;

     (d)  a brief description of the remedy sought;

     (e)  the applicant's name, address in Alberta, telephone number, fax
number and, if available, e-mail address;

     (f)  if the applicant has a representative, the representative's
name, address in Alberta, telephone number, fax number and, if available,
e-mail address.

(2)  An application for a review must be filed with the Board and
notification of it must be given on the directly affected parties to the
application for the approval, registration or authorization or to the other
persons to whom an enforcement order is directed.


Notice of review
15(1)  If the Board schedules a review of the decision of an approval
officer, the Board must provide a notice of its decision to schedule, in
accordance with section 25 of the Act, a review to the directly affected
parties.

(2)  A notice under subsection (1) must

     (a)  briefly described the subject-matter of the review,

     (b)  state the process by which the Board will conduct the review,

     (c)  if the review relates to an approval, state the location where
the information and particulars filed with respect to the review may be
viewed by the public,

     (d)  state the name and location of the subject-matter being
reviewed,

     (e)  if considered appropriate by the Board, state the time and
place for the filing of submissions related to the review, and

     (f)  state any other particulars that the Board sees fit.


     Process Procedures

Variation of procedures
16   If it appears to the Board that, because of the complexity of the
subject-matter or for any other reason, it is desirable, with respect to an
application or other proceedings related to an application, to vary the
procedures set out elsewhere in this Regulation, the Board may do so.


Notice to attend
17(1)  If a review relates to an approval, the Board may, on its own
initiative or at the request of a directly affected party, issue a notice
requiring a person to attend an oral hearing or electronic hearing as a
witness and to produce the documents and material set out in the notice.

(2)  The provisions of the Alberta Rules of Court (AR 390/68) relating to
the payment of conduct money and witness fees apply to oral hearings and
electronic hearings.

(3)  Despite subsection (2), the Board may increase the amount payable to
an expert witness or in special circumstances where a witness attends an
oral hearing or an electronic hearing as a result of a notice to attend.


Oath or affirmation
18   Unless the Board otherwise directs, a witness at an oral hearing or an
electronic hearing must be examined orally on oath or affirmation.


Presentation of submissions
19(1)  At a hearing or other proceeding in which evidence is presented,
unless the Board otherwise provides, all submissions must be presented by a
witness who prepared the submission, supervised or participated
substantially in the preparation of the submission or otherwise has special
knowledge of the submission.

(2)  A witness presenting a submission is confined to matters adequately
set out in the submission, unless the Board otherwise directs.

(3)  A witness presenting a technical report or evidence of a technical
nature must, on the witness's first appearance before the Board to present
the technical testimony, state the witness's technical qualifications.


Direct evidence
20(1)  The Board shall not receive evidence unless

     (a)  it is for the establishment of allegations in the application
or submission of the person presenting the evidence, or

     (b)  it arises from evidence presented in cross-examination.

(2)  The Board shall not receive argument unless it is based on the
evidence before the Board.

(3)  During a recess of an oral hearing or electronic hearing, a witness
who is under cross-examination may consult with the witness's counsel if it
is necessary to respond to the undertakings made before the Board.


Examination of witnesses
21(1)  No cross-examination of a witness is permitted other than
cross-examination by or on behalf of a directly affected party.

(2)  A witness may be examined by the Board, by experts retained by the
Board or by the Board staff.


Hearings in the absence of the public
22(1)  Subject to subsections (2) and (3), all oral hearings and electronic
hearings are open to the public.

(2)  If the Board considers it necessary to prevent the disclosure of
intimate personal, financial or commercial matters or other matters
because, in the circumstances, the need to protect the confidentiality of
those matters outweighs the desirability of an open hearing, the Board may
conduct all or part of the hearing in private.

(3)  If all or any part of an oral hearing or an electronic hearing is to
be held in private, no party may attend the hearing unless the party files
an undertaking stating that the party will hold in confidence any evidence
heard in private.


Submissions by Board staff and experts
23(1)  If, in the opinion of the Board, it is necessary for the applicant
to be made aware of the views of the Board staff or of an expert hired by
the Board, a submission by a Board staff member or the expert may be filed
and presented at a hearing or other proceeding in accordance with the
provisions applicable to submissions of directly affected persons.

(2)  The Board staff member or expert who has been hired by the Board and
whose submission has been filed and presented at a hearing or other
proceeding may be examined by the Board and may be cross-examined by or on
behalf of the applicant or directly affected person.


Arguments
24   Arguments must be in a form as directed by the Board.


Written hearings
25(1)  If the Board holds a written hearing, it may

     (a)  dispose of the proceeding on the basis of the documents filed
by the directly affected parties, or

     (b)  require additional information and material from the directly
affected parties before disposing of the proceeding.

(2)  The Board may determine at any time during a written hearing that the
proceeding must be disposed of by means of an oral hearing or an electronic
hearing.


Approval officer amendment
26(1)  In accordance with section 23 of the Act, an approval officer may,
on the approval officer's own initiative, consider an amendment of an
approval, registration or authorization.

(2)  When acting under subsection (1), the approval officer must provide
the holder of the approval, registration or authorization with

     (a)  a clear and concise statement of facts setting out the matters
that caused the approval officer to initiate the consideration,

     (b)  a copy of any evidence or information that the approval officer
staff intends to consider, and

     (c)  a statement by the approval officer of the amendment being
sought.


Evidence not confidential
27(1)  Subject to this section, all documents filed in respect of a
proceeding became part of the record of the proceeding and may be made
available to the public.

(2)  The Board shall not release the identity of a person who submits a
complaint to the Board if the complaint is submitted in confidence.

(3)  If an applicant or a directly affected party wishes to keep
confidential any information in a document, the party may, before filing
the document, file a request for confidentiality.

(4)  The request for confidentiality must

     (a)  be in writing,

     (b)  briefly describe

               (i)  the nature of the information in the document, and

               (ii) the reasons for the request, including the specific
harm that would result if the document were available to the public,

     and

     (c)  indicate whether all or only a part of the document is the
subject of the request.

(5)  The Board may, with or without a hearing, grant a request for
confidentiality on any terms it considers appropriate

     (a)  if the Board is of the opinion that disclosure of the
information could reasonably be expected

               (i)  to result in undue financial loss or gain to a
person directly affected by the proceeding, or

               (ii) to harm significantly that person's competitive
position,

     or

     (b)  if

               (i)  the information is personal, financial, commercial,
scientific or technical in nature,

               (ii) the information has been consistently treated as
confidential by a person directly affected by the proceeding, and

               (iii)     the Board considers that the person's interest in
confidentiality outweighs the public interest in the disclosure of the
proceeding.

(6)  If the Board grants a request for confidentiality under subsection
(5), a party may only receive a copy of the document if the party files an
undertaking stating that the party will hold the document in confidence and
use it only for the purpose of the proceeding.

(7)  Nothing in this section limits the operation of any statutory
provision that protects the confidentiality of information or documents.

(8)  The Board shall not release a report of an inspection pursuant to
section 30 of the Act unless an enforcement order, arising from the report,
is issued by the Board and a person to whom the enforcement order is
directed requests a copy of the report.


Board directions
28   At any time before the disposition of an application or proceeding,
the Board may issue any directions that it considers necessary for the
proper consideration and disposition of any issue.


On-site visits
29   Pursuant to section 24 of the Act, the Board may, in its discretion
and in any manner it chooses, direct that an on-site visit of the proposed
project be conducted to better determine any matter relevant to the
disposition of an application or proceeding before it.


Amendments of proceedings
30   Notwithstanding the other provisions of this Regulation, the Board may
allow or may order to be amended or struck out any matters that, in the
opinion of the Board, are irrelevant or may tend to prejudice, embarrass or
delay a fair review, on the merits, of an application or other proceeding.


Enlargement or abridge-ment of time
31   The Board may, on any conditions it considers proper, enlarge or
abridge the time periods set out in this Regulation for doing anything or
commencing any proceedings.


Failure to comply with Regulation
32(1)  If a party fails to comply with this Regulation or a direction of
the Board respecting an application, submission or review, the Board may

     (a)  make an order that the Board considers appropriate to ensure
the fair determination of an issue, or

     (b)  adjourn the proceeding until it is satisfied that this
Regulation or the direction of the Board has been complied with.

(2)  If a party fails to comply with a time limit specified in this
Regulation or by the Board for the filing of documentary evidence or other
material, the Board may disregard the documentary evidence or material.

(3)  No proceeding is invalid by reason of a defect or other irregularity
in form.


Notice
33(1)  Subject to subsection (2), notice required to be given under the Act
or this Regulation may be given

     (a)  by personal delivery,

     (b)  by courier service, ordinary mail, fax or electronic means to
the address given by the person, or

     (c)  by any other method that the Board directs.

(2)  Notification that includes a document may only be given by electronic
means if the person being notified has the information technology,
equipment, software and processes for receiving or retrieving the document.

(3)  The date of giving notice of a document is that day on which the
person being given notice receives the document unless it is received after
5 o'clock in the afternoon Mountain Standard Time, in which case the date
of notice is deemed to be the next business day.

(4)  The Board may require a person to file an affidavit of service setting
out to whom notice was given and the means taken to give notice.

(5)  Where an oral hearing or an electronic hearing is in progress, a party
entering a document as an exhibit must provide copies of the document to
the Board, the Board staff attending the hearing and the directly affected
parties.

(6)  The Board may direct the applicant to give a notice issued by the
Board either in accordance with this section or by public advertisement in
a daily or weekly newspaper in circulation in the community affected by the
proceeding.

(7)  Any notice required to be given under this Regulation may be given to
a representative.


Revisions to documents
34(1)  Despite any other provision in this Regulation, the Board may, on
any terms it considers appropriate,

     (a)  allow a revision of all or any part of a document, or

     (b)  order the revision of all or any part of a document that, in
the opinion of the Board, is

               (i)  not relevant or may tend to prejudice or delay a
fair consideration, on the merits, of an application or other proceeding,
or

               (ii) necessary for the purpose of determining the
pertinent questions in issue in the proceeding.

(2)  A directly affected party must revise a document if

     (a)  significant new information relating to the document becomes
available before the proceeding is disposed of, and

     (b)  the information is necessary for the purpose of determining the
pertinent questions in issue in the proceeding.

(3)  Any document that is revised must clearly indicate the date of the
revision and the part of the document that is revised.


Affidavits
35(1)  An affidavit intended to be used in a proceeding must be confined to
those facts within the knowledge of the person making the affidavit or
based on the information and belief of the person making the affidavit.

(2)  If a statement is made in an affidavit on information and belief, the
source of the information and the grounds on which the belief is based must
be set out in the affidavit.

(3)  If an affidavit refers to an exhibit, the exhibit must be marked as
such by the person making the affidavit and attached to the affidavit.


Evidence
36(1)  Unless the Board otherwise directs, if a directly affected party
intends to present documentary evidence at an oral hearing or an electronic
hearing, or is directed to do so by the Board, the directly affected party
must file the documentary evidence and serve a copy of it on the other
directly affected parties before the hearing takes place.

(2)  The documentary evidence must be accompanied with a statement setting
out the qualifications of the person who prepared the documentary evidence
or under whose direction or control the evidence was prepared.

(3)  If a directly affected party is not able to file all of its
documentary evidence before the hearing takes place, the directly affected
party must

     (a)  file the documentary evidence that is available at that time,
and

     (b)   file a statement

               (i)  identifying the balance of the documentary evidence
to be filed, and

               (ii) stating when the balance of the documentary
evidence will be filed.

(4)  If a directly affected party is not willing to file documentary
evidence when directed to do so by the Board under subsection (1), the
directly affected party must file a statement setting out the reasons why
the directly affected is not willing to do so.


     Acquisition of an Approval,
     Registration, Authorization

New owner
37   When a person buys, receives assignment of or otherwise acquires an
approval, registration or authorization, the person must provide the Board
with the following:

     (a)  the legal description of the land that is the subject of the
approval, registration or authorization;

     (b)  the approval, registration or authorization number, if any;

     (c)  the person's address and phone number;

     (d)  if more than one person buys, receives assignment or otherwise
acquires the approval, registration or authorization, details of the
ownership relationship respecting the approval, registration or
authorization;

     (e)  the type of confined feed operation and the species of
livestock kept or type of manure storage facility.


     Inspectors

Identification of inspectors
38   The Board must provide an inspector designated under section 11 of the
Act an identification card that states an expiry date, bears the photograph
and name of the inspector and has the signature of the chair of the Board.


     Expiry, Coming into Force

Expiry
39   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be repassed in
its present or an amended form following a review, this Regulation expires
on January 31, 2007.


Coming into force
40   This Regulation comes into force on January 1, 2002.