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     Alberta Regulation 202/2002

     Forests Act

     FOREST RECREATION AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  October 7, 2002

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 460/2002) on October 7,
2002 pursuant to section 46 of the Forests Act.


1   The Forest Recreation Regulation (AR 343/79) is amended by this
Regulation.


2   Section 5.3 is amended by striking out "Job Lake" and substituting
"Job/Cline".


3   Section 5.5 is amended by striking out "Clearwater River" and
substituting "Clearwater/Ram".


4   The following is added after section 5.92:

     5.93   The area of forest land described in Schedule D.93 is declared
to be a forest land use zone named the Kiska/Willson Forest Land Use Zone.

     5.94   The area of forest land described in Schedule D.94 is declared
to be a forest land use zone named the Dormer/Sheep Forest Land Use Zone.


5   The heading preceding section 15.1 is amended

     (a)  by striking out "Job Lake" and substituting "Job/Cline";

     (b)  by striking out "Clearwater River" and substituting
"Clearwater/Ram";

     (c)  by adding the following:

          Kiska/Willson Forest Land Use Zone
          Dormer/Sheep Forest Land Use Zone


6   Section 15.1 is amended

     (a)  in subsection (1) by striking out "(2.1)" and substituting
"(3)";

     (b)  by repealing subsections (2.1), (2.2), (3) and (4) and 
substituting the following:

     (3)  The operation of

               (a)  an off-highway vehicle with a maximum weight of 590
kg (1300 lb), a maximum tire pressure of 110 kPA (16psi), a maximum
wheelbase of 185 cm and a maximum width of 178 cm, or

               (b)  a snow vehicle

     is permitted in the Job/Cline Forest Land Use Zone, the Upper
Clearwater/Ram Forest Land Use Zone, the Kiska/Willson Forest Land Use Zone
and the Dormer/Sheep Forest Land Use Zone in areas or on trails that have
been designated for that purpose by signs or notices posted in the Zones or
in accordance with the written instructions of a forest officer.

     (4)  A person operating an off-highway vehicle described in
subsection (3) within a Zone referred to in subsection (3) shall, at the
time of entry into the Zone, obtain a copy of, and comply with, any written
instructions referred to in subsection (3) that are then available.

     (5)  No person shall

               (a)  take an off-highway vehicle described in subsection
(3),

               (b)  camp overnight, or

               (c)  permit the person's horse or a horse under the
person's control to graze or be tethered

     within 100 meters of a lakeshore in any of the Zones except where
authorized by notice posted in the Zone or in accordance with the written
instructions of a forest officer.

     (6)  No person shall land a helicopter on a lake, or within 200
meters of the shore of a lake, in any of the Zones except in accordance
with the written instructions of a forest officer.

     (7)  No person shall operate a motorized boat within the
Blackstone/Wapiabi Forest Land Use Zone, the Job/Cline Forest Land Use
Zone, the Panther Corners Forest Land Use Zone, the Upper Clearwater/Ram
Forest Land Use Zone or the Dormer/Sheep Forest Land Use Zone except in
accordance with the written instructions of a forest officer.


7   The following is added after section 28:

Expiry
     28.1   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed
for ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be
repassed in its present or an amended form following a review, this
Regulation expires on November 1, 2007.


8   Schedule D.3 is repealed and the following is substituted:


     SCHEDULE D.3

     JOB/CLINE FOREST LAND USE ZONE

All those parcels or tracts of land, site situate, lying, and being in the
Province of Alberta, Canada, and being composed of: 

In unsurveyed Township 38, Range 17, West of the 5th Meridian: 

     Northwest quarter of Section 18; Section 19; Section 30; Section 31;
West half of section 32.

In unsurveyed Township 39, Range 17, West of the 5th Meridian:

     LSD 3, LSD 6 and Southeast quarter of Section 5; LSD 2, LSD 7 and
West half of Section 6; Northwest quarter of Section 30 lying generally to
the north of the Littlehorn Creek and to the west of Sunkay Creek; South
half of Section 31 lying generally to the west of the Sunkay Creek. 

In unsurveyed Township 35, Range 18, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Northeast quarter of Section 19; North half of Section 20; North half
of Section 21; North half of Section 22; North half of Section 23; LSD 12
and LSD 13 of Section 25; Section 26 through Section 35; LSD 4, LSD 5 and
Northwest quarter of Section 36.

In unsurveyed Township 36, Range 18, West of the 5th Meridian:

     LSD 2, LSD 7 and West half of Section 1; Section 2 through Section
11; Southwest quarter of Section 12; Section 14 through Section 23; South
half and Northwest quarter of Section 26; Section 27 through Section 34;
Southwest quarter of Section 35.

In unsurveyed Township 37, Range 18, West of the 5th Meridian:

     West half of Section 3; Section 4; Section 5 lying generally to the
south and east of the White Goat Wilderness Area; Section 6 lying generally
to the south of the White Goat Wilderness Area; Northeast quarter of
Section 7 and Section 8 lying generally to the north and east of the White
Goat Wilderness Area; Sections 9; Section 16; Section 17; Section 18 lying
generally to the north and east of the White Goat Wilderness Area; Section
19 through Section 21; Section 28 through Section 33; Northwest quarter of
Section 34. 

In unsurveyed Township 38, Range 18, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Section 3 through Section 10; North half and Southwest quarter of
Section 11; Section 13 through Section 36.

In unsurveyed Township 39, Range 18, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Section 1 through Section 11; West half of Section 12; South half and
Northwest quarter of Section 14; Section 15 through Section 22; Section 23
lying generally to the west of the Littlehorn Creek; Section 25 lying
generally to the north of Bighorn River; Section 26 lying generally to the
north of Bighorn River and west of Littlehorn Creek; Section 27 through
Section 34; South half of Section 35; South half of Section 36 lying west
of Sunkay Creek.

In unsurveyed Township 40, Range 18, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Section 4 through Section 8; Section 18; Section 19.

In unsurveyed Township 35, Range 19, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Section 20 lying generally to the north and east of the Banff
National Park; Northwest quarter of Section 21; Section 25 through Section
28; Section 29, Section 30 and Section 31 lying generally to the north and
east of the Banff National Park; Section 32 through Section 36.

In unsurveyed Township 36, Range 19, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Section 1 through section 5; Section 6 lying to north and east of
Banff National Park; Section 7 through Section 36.

In unsurveyed Township 37, Range 19, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Section 1 through Section 7 lying generally to the south of the White
Goat Wilderness Area; Section 22, Section 23 and Section 24 lying generally
to the north of the White Goat Wilderness Area; Section 25; Section 26;
Section 27, Section 28, Section 32 and Section 33 lying north of the White
Goat Wilderness Area; Section 34 through Section 36.

In unsurveyed Township 38, Range 19, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Section 1 through Section 4; Section 5, Section 6 and Section 7 lying
generally to the north and east of the White Goat Wilderness Area; Section
8 through Section 36.

In unsurveyed Township 39, Range 19, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Section 1 through Section 36.

In unsurveyed Township 40, Range 19, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Section 1 through Section 35.

In unsurveyed Township 41, Range 19, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Section 3 through Section 10; Section 16 through Section 20; Section
30.

In unsurveyed Township 35, Range 20, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Northwest quarter of Section 34 and North half of Section 35 lying
generally to the north of the Banff National Park.

In unsurveyed Township 36, Range 20, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Section 1, Section 2, Section 3, Northwest quarter of Section 8,
Section 9 and Section 10 lying generally to the north and east of the Banff
National Park; Section 11 through Section 16; Section 17, Section 19 and
Section 20 lying generally to the north and east of the Banff National
Park; Section 21 through Section 30; Section 31 lying to the south and east
of White Goat Wilderness Area; Section 32 through Section 36.

In unsurveyed Township 37, Range 20, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Section 1 through Section 3; Section 4, South half and Northeast
quarter of Section 5, South half of section 6, South half of Section 9,
South half of Section 10, South half of Section 11 and South half of
section 12 lying generally to the south of the White Goat Wilderness Area.

In unsurveyed Township 38, Range 20, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Section 12, Section 13, Section 14, Section 15, North half of Section
16, Section 20, Section 21 and Section 22 lying generally to the north and
east of the White Goat Wilderness Area; Section 23 through Section 28;
Section 29, Northeast quarter 30 and Section 31 lying generally to the
north and east of the White Goat Wilderness Area; Section 32 through
Section 36.

In unsurveyed Township 39, Range 20, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Section 1 through section 5; Section 6 lying generally to the north
of the White Goat Wilderness Area; Section 7 through Section 36.

In unsurveyed Township 40, Range 20, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Section 1 through Section 30; Section 31 lying generally to the east
of the Jasper National Park; Section 32 through Section 36.

In unsurveyed Township 41, Range 20, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Section 1 through Section 5; Section 6 and Section 7 lying generally
to the east of the Jasper National Park; Section 8 through Section 30;
Section 31 lying generally to the south and east of the Jasper National
Park; Section 32 through Section 36.

In unsurveyed Township 42, Range 20, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Section 1 through Section 5; East half of Section 6 and Section 8
lying generally to the east of the Jasper National Park; Section 9 through
Section 11; Section 14; Section 15; Section 16, Section 17, Section 21,
Section 22, Southwest quarter of Section 27 and South half of section 28
lying generally to the south and east of the Jasper National Park.

In unsurveyed Township 36, Range 21, West of the 5th Meridian:

     North half of Section 24, Section 25, Section 26 and Section 36 lying
generally to the east of the Banff National Park.

In unsurveyed Township 39, Range 21, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Section 1, Northwest quarter of Section 3, North half of section 4,
North half of Section 5 lying generally to the north of the White Goat
Wilderness Area; Section 7 lying generally to the north and east of the
White Goat Wilderness Area and to the east of Jasper National park; Section
8 lying generally to the north and east of the White Goat Wilderness Area;
Section 9; Section 10, Section 11 and Section 12 lying generally to the
north of the White Goat Wilderness Area; Section 13 through Section 17;
Section 18, Section 19 and Section 20 lying generally to the east of the
Jasper National Park; Section 21 through Section 28; Section 29, East half
of Section 32 and Section 33 lying generally to the east of the Jasper
National Park; Section 34 through Section 36.

In unsurveyed Township 40, Range 21, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Section 1 through Section 3; Section 4, Southeast quarter of Section
9 and Section 10 lying generally to the east of the Jasper National Park;
Section 11 through Section 13; Section 14, Section 15, Section 23, Section
24, Section 25, Southeast quarter of Section 26 and Southeast quarter of
Section 36 lying generally to the east of the Jasper National Park.

In unsurveyed Township 41, Range 21, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Northeast quarter of Section 12, Section 13, Section 24, East half of
Section 25 and East half of Section 36 lying generally to the east of the
Jasper National Park.


9   Schedule D.5 is repealed and the following is substituted:

     SCHEDULE D.5

     UPPER/CLEARWATER RAM FOREST LAND USE ZONE

All those parcels or tracts of land, situate, lying and being in the
Province of Alberta, and being composed of: 

In unsurveyed Township 32, Range 11, West of the 5th Meridian:

     All that portion of section 9 which lies to the east of the easterly
limit of the Ya-Ha-Tinda Ranch as shown on plan no. 2927 HJ and to the
north and east of the Ya-Ha-Tinda Forestry Road, section 10, the west half
of section 11, the west half of section 13, sections 14 and 15, all those
portions of sections 16, 19, 20 and 21 which excludes the said Ya-Ha-Tinda
Ranch, sections 22 and 23, the west halves of sections 24 and 25, sections
26 to 34 inclusive, legal subdivisions 1 to 15 inclusive of section 35.

In unsurveyed Township 33, Range 11, West of the 5th Meridian:

     West half of section 2, sections 3 to 10 inclusive, the southwest
quarters of sections 11 and 15, sections 16 to 20 inclusive, the west
halves and southeast quarters sections 21, 29 and 31, section 30.

In unsurveyed Township 32, Range 12, West of the 5th Meridian:

     All that portion of the west half of section 6 which lies to the west
of the Ya-Ha-Tinda Ranch and to the north and west of the northwesterly
limit of the access trail to Banff National Park, all those portions of
sections 7 and 15 which lies to the west of the Ya-Ha-Tinda Ranch, sections
16 to 21 inclusive, all those portions of sections 22, 23 and 24 which
excludes the said Ya-Ha-Tinda Ranch, sections 25 to 36 inclusive.

In unsurveyed Township 33, Range 12, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Sections 1 to 36 inclusive.

In unsurveyed Township 34, Range 12, West of the 5th Meridian:

     The south halves and northwest quarters of sections 1, 11 and 15,
sections 2 to 10 inclusive, sections 16 to 19 inclusive, the south half
section 20, the southwest quarter section 21.

In unsurveyed Township 31, Range 13, West of the 5th Meridian:

     All that portion of the northeast quarter of section 35 which lies to
the north of Banff National Park, all that portion of the north half of
section 36 which lies to the north of Banff National Park and to the north
and west of the northwesterly limit of the access trail to Banff National
Park. 

In unsurveyed Township 32, Range 13, West of the 5th Meridian:

     All that portion of the said township which  lies generally to the
north and east of Banff National Park.

In unsurveyed Township 33, Range 13, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Sections 1 to 36 inclusive

In unsurveyed Township 34, Range 13, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Sections 1 to 35 inclusive.

In unsurveyed Township 35, Range 13, West of the 5th Meridian:

     The south half section 2, sections 3 to 9 inclusive; the southwest
quarters of sections 10 and 16, sections 17 and 18, the south half of
section 19.

In unsurveyed Township 32, Range 14, West of the 5th Meridian:

     All that portion of the said township which lies generally to the
north and east of Banff National Park. 

In unsurveyed Township 33, Range 14, West of the 5th Meridian:

     All that portion of the said township which lies generally to the
north and east of Banff National Park. 

In unsurveyed Township 34, Range 14, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Sections 1 to 36 inclusive.

In unsurveyed Township 35, Range 14, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Sections 1 to 24 inclusive, the southwest quarter of section 25,
sections 26 to 34 inclusive, the west half and southeast quarter section
35.

In unsurveyed Township 36, Range 14, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Sections 3 and 4, the southwest quarter of legal subdivision 15 and
legal subdivisions 1 to 14 inclusive of section 5, section 6, south halves
of legal subdivisions 1 and 2, the northwest quarter and south half of
legal subdivision 3, legal subdivisions 4 and 5, the north half of legal
subdivision 8, all within section 7, the north half of section 7, the north
half of legal subdivision 1, the south halves of legal subdivisions 3 and
4, the north half of legal subdivision 5, the northeast quarter of section
legal subdivision 6, the north half and southeast quarter of legal
subdivision 7, legal subdivision 8, all within section 8, the north half of
section 8, legal subdivisions 1, 2, and 3, the southeast quarter of legal
subdivision 4, the north half and southwest quarter of legal subdivision 5,
the southeast quarter of legal subdivision 6, the south halves of legal
subdivisions 7 and 8, the northwest quarter of legal subdivision 9, and the
north half of legal subdivision 10, legal subdivisions 15 and 16, all
within section 9, the northwest quarter of section 9, the south half of
section 10, the northwest quarter of legal subdivision 13 of section 10,
the west half of section 15, sections 16 to 20 inclusive, south half and
northwest quarter of section 21, the southwest quarter of section 28,
sections 29 and 30, the south half and northwest quarter of section 31.

In unsurveyed Township 33, Range 15, West of the 5th Meridian:

     All those portions of sections 24, 25, northeast quarter of section
26, east half of section 35, and section 36 which lie generally to the
north and east of Banff National Park. 

In unsurveyed Township 34, Range 15, West of the 5th Meridian:

     All that portion of the said township lying generally to the north of
Banff National Park.

In unsurveyed Township 35, Range 15, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Sections 1 to 36 inclusive

In unsurveyed Township 36, Range 15, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Sections 1 to 36 inclusive

In unsurveyed Township 37, Range 15, West of the 5th Meridian:

     West half and southeast quarter of section 1, sections 2 to 10
inclusive, south half of section 11, southwest quarter of section 15, south
half and northwest quarter section 16, sections 17 to 19 inclusive, the
south halves of sections 20 and 30.

In unsurveyed Township 33, Range 16, West of the 5th Meridian:

     All that portion of the said township lying generally to the north
and west of Banff National Park and generally to the east of the Siffleur
Wilderness Area.

In unsurveyed Township 34, Range 16, West of the 5th Meridian:

     All that portion of the said township lying generally to the east of
the Siffleur Wilderness Area and to the north and west of Banff National
Park. 

In unsurveyed Township 35, Range 16, West of the 5th Meridian:

     All that portion of the said township lying generally to the east of
the Siffleur Wilderness Area.

In unsurveyed Township 36, Range 16, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Sections 1 to 36 inclusive

In unsurveyed Township 37, Range 16, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Sections 1 to 24 inclusive, south half section 25, sections 26 to 33
inclusive, south half and northwest quarter section 34, southwest quarter
of section 35.

In unsurveyed Township 38, Range 16, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Sections 4 to 6 inclusive, south halves of sections 7, 8, and 9.

In unsurveyed Township 34, Range 17, West of the 5th Meridian:

     All those portions of sections 30 and 31 lying generally to the west
of the Siffleur Wilderness Area.

In unsurveyed Township 35, Range 17, West of the 5th Meridian:

     All that portion of the said township lying generally to the north
and west of Siffleur Wilderness Area and generally to the east of the right
bank of the North Saskatchewan River.

In unsurveyed Township 36, Range 17, West of the 5th Meridian:

     All that portion of the said township lying generally to the east of
the right bank of the North Saskatchewan River and to the east of Abraham
Lake.

In unsurveyed Township 37, Range 17, West of the 5th Meridian:

     All that portion of the said township lying generally to the east of
Abraham Lake.

In unsurveyed Township 38, Range 17, West of the 5th Meridian:

     East half of section 1, southwest quarter of section 2, all that
portion of the south half of section 3 not covered by the waters of Abraham
Lake, all those portions of sections 4, 5 and 6 lying generally to the
south of Abraham Lake.

In unsurveyed Township 34, Range 18, West of the 5th Meridian:

     All that portion of the said township lying generally to the north of
Siffleur Wilderness Area. 

In unsurveyed Township 35, Range 18, West of the 5th Meridian:

     All that portion of the said township lying to the south of the right
bank of the North Saskatchewan River. 

In unsurveyed Township 37, Range 18, West of the 5th Meridian:

     All that portion of the said township lying generally to the east of
Abraham Lake.

In unsurveyed Township 34, Range 19, West of the 5th Meridian:

     All that portion of the said township lying generally to the north of
the Siffleur Wilderness Area and generally to the east of Banff National
Park.

In unsurveyed Township 35, Range 19, West of the 5th Meridian:

     All that portion of the said township lying generally to the north
and east of Banff National Park and generally to the south of the right
bank of the North Saskatchewan River.

All the intervening theoretical road allowances within all the above
described lands.

EXCEPTING THEREOUT the following tracts of land declared as the following:

     Eagle Creek Forest Recreation Area.
     Hummingbird Forest Recreation Area.
     Cutoff Creek Forest Recreation Area.
     Kootenay Plains Ecological Reserve.


10   The following is added after Schedule D.92:

     SCHEDULE D.93

     KISKA/WILLSON FOREST LAND USE ZONE

All those parcels or tracts of land, site situate, lying, and being in the
Province of Alberta, Canada, and being composed of: 

In unsurveyed Township 31, Range 10, West of the 5th Meridian: 

     North half of Section 3; South half of Section 4, East half of
Section 10 and West half of Section 11 lying generally to the south and
east of the left bank of Panther River; West half of Section 14 lying
generally to the east of the left bank of the Panther River and to the
south and east of the left bank of the Red Deer River; Section 18 and
Section 19 lying generally to the north and east of the right bank of the
Red Deer River. 

In unsurveyed Township 32, Range 10, West of the 5th Meridian:

     LSD 13 of Section 7; LSD 4 and LSD 5 of Section 18. 

In unsurveyed Township 31, Range 11, West of the 5th Meridian:

     East half of Section 23 and Section 24 lying generally to north and
east of the right bank of Red Deer River; Section 25; Section 26, Northeast
quarter of Section 34 and Section 35 lying generally to the north and east
of the right bank of the Deer River; Section 36.
 
In unsurveyed Township 32, Range 11, West of the 5th Meridian: 

     Section 1; Section 2; Section 3 and Section 4 lying generally to the
north and east of the right bank of the Red Deer River; South half of
Section 9 lying generally to the north and east of the right bank of Red
Deer River and to the south and west of Ya-Ha-Tinda (north Red Deer) road
and to the west of Ya-Ha-Tinda Ranch SMT; East half of Section 11; LSD 10,
LSD 15, LSD 16, South half and Northwest quarter of Section 12; LSD 9, LSD
10 and Southeast quarter of Section 13; LSD 7, 10, 15 of Section 24; LSD 2
and LSD 7 of Section 25; LSD 3, LSD 4 and LSD 5 of Section 36.

In unsurveyed Township 33, Range 11, West of the 5th Meridian:

     LSD 2, LSD 7 and Northeast quarter of Section 2; North half and
Southeast quarter of Section 11; Section 14; North half and Southeast
quarter of Section 15; Northeast quarter of Section 21; Sections 22;
Section 28; Northeast quarter of Section 29; Northeast quarter of Section
31; Sections 32; Section 33. 

In unsurveyed Township 34, Range 11, West of the 5th Meridian: 

     Section 5 and Section 6.

In unsurveyed Township 34, Range 12, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Northeast quarter Section 1; Sections 12; Section 14; Northeast
quarter Section 15; North half Section 20; North half and Southeast of
Section 21; Sections 22; Section 29 through Section 31.

In unsurveyed Township 35, Range 12, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Sections 5 through Section 10; Section 15 through Section 22; Section
28 through Section 33.

In unsurveyed Township 34, Range 13, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Section 36.

In unsurveyed Township 35, Range 13, West of the 5th Meridian: 

     Section 1; North half of Section 2; North half and Southeast quarter
of Section 10; Section 11 through Section 15; North half and Southeast
quarter of Section 16; North half of Section 19, Section 20 through Section
36.

In unsurveyed Township 36, Range 13, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Section 3 through Section 9; Section 16 through Section 21.

In unsurveyed Township 35, Range 14, West of the 5th Meridian:

     North half and Southeast of Section 25; Northeast quarter of Section
35; Section 36.

In unsurveyed Township 36, Range 14, West of the 5th Meridian: 

     Section 1; Section 2; North half and Southeast quarter of LSD 15 and
LSD 16 of Section 5; North half of LSD 1, North half of LSD 2, Northeast
quarter of LSD 3, LSD 6, LSD 7, South half of LSD 8 of Section 7; South
half of LSD 1, LSD 2, North half of LSD 3, North half of LSD 4, South half
of LSD 5, South half and Northwest quarter of LSD 6, Southwest quarter of
LSD 7 of Section 8; North half and Southwest quarter of LSD 4, Southeast
quarter of LSD 5, North half and Southwest quarter of LSD 6, North half of
LSD 7, North half of LSD 8, South half and Northeast quarter of LSD 9,
South half of LSD 10 of Section 9; LSD 11, LSD 12, South half and Northeast
quarter of LSD 13, LSD 14 and Northeast quarter of Section 10; Section 11
through Section 14; West half of Section 15; Northeast quarter of Section
21, Section 22 through Section 24; North half and Southeast quarter of 
Section 28;  Northeast quarter of Section 31; Section 32.

In unsurveyed Township 37, Range 14, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Section 6.

In unsurveyed Township 38, Range 14, West of the 5th Meridian:

     LSD 4, LSD 5, LSD 12 and LSD 13 of Section 19.

In unsurveyed Township 37, Range 15, West of the 5th Meridian: 

     Northeast quarter of Section 1; North half of Section 11; Section 12;
North half and Southeast quarter of Section 15; Northeast quarter of
Section 16; North half of Section 20; Section 21; Section 28; Section 29;
North half of Section 30; Section 31 through Section 33; North half of
Section 34.

In unsurveyed Township 38, Range 15, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Section 1 through 36.

In unsurveyed Township 39, Range 15, West of the 5th Meridian: 

     Section 4 through Section 9; Section 16 through Section 21; Section
28 through Section 33.

In unsurveyed Township 40, Range 15, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Section 4 through Section 9; Section 16 through Section 36.

In unsurveyed Township 41, Range 15, West of the 5th Meridian: 

     South half and Northwest quarter Section 1; Section 2 through Section
5; Section 8 through Section 10; South half of Section 11; Southwest
quarter of Section 15; Section 16; Section 17; East half of Section 18;
Southeast quarter of Section 19; Southwest quarter of Section 20.

In unsurveyed Township 37, Range 16, West of the 5th Meridian:

     North half of Section 25; Northeast quarter of Section 34; North half
and Southeast quarter of Section 35; Section 36.

In unsurveyed Township 38, Range 16, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Section 1 through Section 3; North half of Section 7; North half of
Section 8; north half of Section 9; Section 10 through Section 36.

In unsurveyed Township 39, Range 16, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Section 1 through Section 30; South half of Section 31; Section 32
through Section 36.

In unsurveyed Township 40, Range 16, West of the 5th Meridian: 

     Section 1 through Section 5; Section 8 through Section 15; Section 22
through 27; Section 34 through Section 36.

In unsurveyed Township 35, Range 17, West of the 5th Meridian:

     West half of Section 19, Northwest quarter of Section 29, Section 30,
Section 31 and West half of Section 32 lying generally to the west of the
right bank of the North Saskatchewan River.

In unsurveyed Township 36, Range 17, West of the 5th Meridian:

     North half and Southwest quarter of Section 5, Section 6, Section 7
and South half and Northwest quarter of Section 8 lying generally to the
west of the right bank of the North Saskatchewan River; Section 18, Section
19, Northwest quarter of Section 20, West of Section 29, Section 30 and
Section 31 lying generally to the west of the easterly bank Abraham Lake. 

In unsurveyed Township 37, Range 17, West of the 5th Meridian:

     West half of Section 6, West half of Section 7, Northwest quarter of
Section 30, North half and Southwest quarter of section 31 lying generally
to the west of the easterly bank Abraham Lake.

In unsurveyed Township 38, Range 17, West of the 5th Meridian:

     West half of Section 1; North half and Southeast quarter of Section
2; Section 3, Section 4, Section 5, Section 6, lying generally to the north
and west of the easterly bank Abraham Lake; Section 7 through Section 17;
South half and Northeast quarter of Section 18; Section 20 through Section
29; East half of Section 32; Section 33 through Section 36.

In unsurveyed Township 39, Range 17, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Section 1 through Section 4; LSD 4, LSD 5 and North half of Section
5; LSD 1, LSD 8 and North east quarter of Section 6; Sections 7 through
Section 29; Section 30 lying generally to north of Bighorn River and to the
east of the Sunkay Creek; South half of Section 31 lying generally to east
of Sunkay Creek; South half of Section 32; South half of Section 33; South
half of Section 34; South half of Section 35; South half of Section 36.

In unsurveyed Township 35, Range 18, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Northeast quarter of Section 8, North half of Section 9, Northwest
quarter of Section 10, North half and Southwest quarter of section 13,
Section 14, Section 15, Section 16, Section 17 and Section 18 lying
generally to the north of the right bank of the North Saskatchewan River;
South half and Northwest quarter of Section 19; South half of Section 20;
South half of section 21; South half of Section 22, South half of section
23; Section 24 lying generally to the north and west of the right bank of
the North Saskatchewan River; LSD 11, LSD 14, South half and Northeast
quarter of Section 25; LSD 3, LSD 6 and East half of Section 36.

In unsurveyed Township 36, Range 18, West of the 5th Meridian: 

     LSD 1, LSD 8 and Northeast quarter Section 1; North half and
Southeast quarter of Section 12; Sections 13; Section 24; Section 25;
Northeast quarter of Section 26; North half and Southeast quarter of
Section 35; Section 36.

In unsurveyed Township 37, Range 18, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Sections 1 lying generally to the west of the easterly bank of
Abraham Lake; Section 2; West half of Section 3; Sections 10; Section 11;
Section 12 and Section 13 lying generally to the west of the easterly bank
of Abraham Lake; Section 14; Section 15; Section 22; Section 23; Section 24
and Section 25 lying generally to the west of the easterly bank of Abraham
Lake; Section 26; Section 27; South half and Northwest quarter of Section
34; Section 35; Section 36 lying generally to the west of the easterly bank
of Abraham Lake.

In unsurveyed Township 38, Range 18, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Section 1; Section 2; Southwest quarter of Section 11; Section 12.

In unsurveyed Township 39, Range 18, West of the 5th Meridian:

     East half of Section 12; Section 13; Northeast quarter of Section 14;
Section 23 lying generally to the east of the Littlehorn Creek; Section 24;
Section 25 lying generally to the south of the Bighorn River; Section 26
lying generally to the south of the Bighorn River and to the east of the
Littlehorn Creek; Southeast quarter of Section 36 lying generally to the
east of the Sunkay Creek.

In unsurveyed Township 35, Range 19, West of the 5th Meridian:

     Northeast quarter of Section 8 and Northwest quarter of Section 9
lying east of Banff National Park and to the north of the right bank of the
North Saskatchewan River; Section 13, North half and Southwest quarter of
Section 14, Section 15 and Section 16 lying generally to the north of the
right bank of the North Saskatchewan River; East half of Section 17 lying
generally to the east of the Banff National Park; South half and Northeast
quarter of Section 21; Section 22 through Section 24.

EXCEPTING THEREOUT:

     Big Horn Indian Reserve No. 144 A.
     Eagle Creek Forest Recreation Area.
     Cutoff Creek Forest Recreation Area.
     Hummingbird Forest Recreation Area.
     Crescent Falls Forest Recreation Area.
     Crescent Falls Provincial Recreation Area.
     Ram Falls Provincial Recreation Area.


     SCHEDULE D.94

     DORMER/SHEEP FOREST LAND USE ZONE

All those parcels or tracts of land, site situate, lying, and being in the
Province of Alberta, Canada, and being composed of: 

In unsurveyed Township 30, Range 10, West of the 5th Meridian: 

     The northwest quarter of section 6, section 7, the north half of
section 8, the northwest quarter of section 9, sections 16 to 21 inclusive,
the west half of section 28, sections 29 and 30, all that portion of
section 31 lying generally to the south and east of the of the left bank of
the Panther River, the south west quarter of section 32, and all that
portion of the north west quarter of section 32 lying generally to the
south of the left bank of the Panther River. 

In unsurveyed Township 29, Range 11, West of the 5th Meridian: 

     All those portions of sections 28 and 29 lying generally to the north
of Banff National Park, all those portions of section 30 and 31 lying
generally to the east of Banff National Park, sections 32 to 34 inclusive.

In unsurveyed Township 30, Range 11, West of the 5th Meridian: 

     The north halves of sections 1 and 2, legal subdivisions 5 to 8 of
section 2, sections 3 and 4, all those portions of sections 5, 6 and 8
lying generally to the east of Banff National Park, sections 9 to 15
inclusive, all that portion of section 16 lying generally to the east of
Banff National Park, all that portion of section 17 lying to the north and
east of Banff National Park, all that portion of section 19 lying north and
east of Banff National Park and generally to the south and east of the left
bank of the said Panther River, all that portion of section 20 lying north
and east of Banff National Park, sections 21 to 25 inclusive, all that
portion of section 26 lying to the south of the left bank of the said
Panther River, sections 27 and 28, all those portions of sections 29, 30
and 32 lying generally to the south and east of the left bank of the Dormer
River, all that portion of section 33 lying generally to the south and east
of the left bank of the Dormer River and generally to the south of the left
bank of the Panther River, all those portions of section 34, 35 and 36
lying generally to the south of the left bank of the Panther River.

All the intervening theoretical road allowances within all the above
described lands.  

EXCEPTING THEREOUT the following tracts of land declared as Forest
Recreation Areas pursuant to Section 46 of the Forests Act; namely:

     Panther Forest Recreation Area.


11   Schedule E is amended

     (a)  by adding the following before the heading "Jumpingpound
Demonstration Forest Recreation Area":

Blackstone Gap Forest Recreation Area

     All that parcel or tracts of land, site situate, lying, and being in
the Province of Alberta, Canada, and being composed of: 

In unsurveyed Township 42, Range 18, West of the 5th Meridian: 

     Legal Subdivision 15 of section 7.

Crescent Falls Forest Recreation Area

     All those parcels or tracts of land, site situate, lying, and being
in the Province of Alberta, Canada, and being composed of: 

In unsurveyed Township 39, Range 17, West of the 5th Meridian: 

     Legal Subdivisions 14 and 15 of section 26.


Cutoff Creek Forest Recreation Area 

     All those parcels or tracts of land, site situate, lying, and being
in the Province of Alberta, Canada, and being composed of: 

In unsurveyed Township 34, Range 12, West of the 5th Meridian: 

     All that portion of the west half of section 30 which lies generally
to the east of the right bank of the Clearwater River.

     The northeast quarter of section 30.

     The south half of section 31.

In unsurveyed Township 34, Range 13, West of the 5th Meridian:

     All those portions of the northeast quarter of section 25 and the
southeast quarter of section 36 which lies generally to the east of the
right bank of the Clearwater River.


Eagle Creek Forest Recreation Area 

     All those parcels or tracts of land, site situate, lying, and being
in the Province of Alberta, Canada, and being composed of: 

In unsurveyed Township 32, Range 11, West of the 5th Meridian: 

     All those portions of legal Subdivisions 15 and 16 of section 4 which
lies generally to the south and west of the Ya-Ha-Tinda Forestry Road.

     All those portions of legal subdivision 1 and 2 of section 9 which
lies generally to the west of Eagle Creek.

     The east half of legal subdivision 3 of section 9.


Hummingbird Forest Recreation Area 

     All those parcels or tracts of land, site situate, lying, and being
in the Province of Alberta, Canada, and being composed of: 

In unsurveyed Township 36, Range 14, West of the 5th Meridian: 

     All those portions of legal Subdivisions 1, 5, 6, 7, 8, 11 and 12 of
section 7 which lies generally to the north of Hummingbird Creek.

     All that portion of the north half of legal subdivision 4 of section
8 which lies generally to the north of Hummingbird Creek.

     The south half of legal subdivision 5 of section 8.

     (b)  by adding the following before the heading "Syncline
Cross-Country Skiing Forest Recreation Trail":

Panther Forest Recreation Area 

     All those parcels or tracts of land, site situate, lying, and being
in the Province of Alberta, Canada, and being composed of: 

In unsurveyed Township 30, Range 10, West of the 5th Meridian: 

     The north half of legal subdivision 12 and the south half of legal
subdivision 13 of section 32.


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     Alberta Regulation 203/2002

     Civil Enforcement Act

     CIVIL ENFORCEMENT AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  October 8, 2002

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 466/2002) on October 8,
2002 pursuant to section 106 of the Civil Enforcement Act.


1   The Civil Enforcement Regulation (AR 276/95) is amended by this
Regulation.


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

               (d)  the Information for Debtor where the seizure is
conducted pursuant

                         (i)  to writ proceedings, or

                         (ii) to distress proceedings by a landlord.


3   Section 13 is amended

     (a)  by renumbering it as section 13(1);

     (b)  by repealing subsection (1)(b) and substituting the following:

               (b)  within 10 days from the day of disposing of or
releasing from seizure personal property that has been seized, amend, in a
form acceptable to the sheriff, the registration referred to in clause (a)
setting out the details of the disposition or release from seizure of the
property;

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

          (2)  For the purposes of determining time periods under
subsection (1), Saturdays and holidays are to be excluded when making the
determination.


4   Section 15 is amended by renumbering it as section 15(1) and by adding
the following after subsection (1):

     (2)  Where an agency that has a debtor's property under seizure
releases that property from seizure, the agency must, as soon as
practicable after that property has been released from seizure, notify the
debtor that the debtor's property has been released from seizure.


5   Section 22(3) is amended by striking out "and" at the end of clause
(a), by adding "and" at the end of clause (b) and by adding the following
after clause (b):

     (c)  provided to the sheriff a current criminal record and
fingerprint check in respect of that person.


6   Section 24(2) is repealed and the following is substituted:

     (2)  Where a bailiff wishes to renew that bailiff's appointment, the
bailiff must, not less than 30 days prior to the expiration of that
appointment, forward to the sheriff

               (a)  an application for a renewal of the bailiff's
appointment in a form acceptable to the sheriff, and

               (b)  a renewal fee of $100.


7   Section 28(1) is amended by adding ", not later than 30 days from the
day that the sheriff sent the notification of the sheriff's decision to
that person," after "may".


8   Section 37 is amended

     (a)  in subsection (1)(e) by striking out "the debtor's equity in";

     (b)  in subsection (2)(a)(ii) by striking out "stated" and
substituting "prescribed".


9   Section 38(2)(c) is repealed and the following is substituted:

     (c)  the maximum exemption for personal property referred to in
section 88(h) of the Act is $10 000, in the case of a distress carried out
in respect of residential premises.


10   Section 46 is amended by renumbering it as section 46(1) and by adding
the following after subsection (1):

     (2)  Before land may be sold under the Act by an agency, the agency
must file a caveat against the certificate of title to the land setting out
the notice of intention to sell the land.


11   Section 47 is amended by adding the following after subsection (2):

     (3)  Where an agency sells land, the agency must

               (a)  within 10 days from the day of the sale of the land
register in the Registry a report in a form acceptable to the sheriff
setting out the details of the sale, and

               (b)  within 3 days from the day of conducting a
distribution of funds arising from the sale of the land, amend, in a form
acceptable to the sheriff, the registration referred to in clause (a)
setting out the details of the distribution of the funds.

     (4)  For the purposes of determining time periods under subsection
(3), Saturdays and holidays are to be excluded when making the
determination.


12   Part 5 is repealed.


13   Section 62 is amended by striking out "December 31, 2003" and
substituting "December 31, 2013".


14(1)   Schedule 4 is amended by this section.

(2)   Form 1 is amended

     (a)  by striking out "Signature of Instructing Party" and
substituting "Signature of Instructing Creditor or Authorized Agent";

     (b)  by striking out "Print Name of Instructing Party" and
substituting "Print Name of Instructing Creditor or Authorized Agent";

     (c)  by striking out "Address of Instructing Party" and substituting
"Address of Instructing Creditor or Authorized Agent".

(3)   Form 2 is amended

     (a)  by striking out "Signature of Instructing Party" and
substituting "Signature of Instructing Creditor or Authorized Agent";

     (b)  by striking out "Print Name of Instructing Party" and
substituting "Print Name of Instructing Creditor or Authorized Agent";

     (c)  by striking out "Address of Instructing Party" and substituting
"Address of Instructing Creditor or Authorized Agent".

(4)   Form 3 is amended

     (a)  by striking out "(Garagemen's Lien Act)" and substituting
"(Garage Keepers' Lien Act)";

     (b)  by striking out "garagemen's lien" and substituting "garage
keeper's lien";

     (c)  by striking out "or his agent" and substituting "or the owner's
agent";

     (d)  by striking out "garageman" and substituting "garage keeper";

     (e)  by striking out "Signature of Instructing Party" and
substituting "Signature of Instructing Creditor or Authorized Agent";

     (f)  by striking out "Print Name of Instructing Party" and
substituting "Print Name of Instructing Creditor or Authorized Agent";

     (g)  by striking out "Address of Instructing Party" and substituting
"Address of Instructing Creditor or Authorized Agent".

(5)   Form 4 is amended

     (a)  by striking out "Signature of Instructing Party" and
substituting "Signature of Instructing Creditor or Authorized Agent";

     (b)  by striking out "Print Name of Instructing Party" and
substituting "Print Name of Instructing Creditor or Authorized Agent";

     (c)  by striking out "Address of Instructing Party" and substituting
"Address of Instructing Creditor or Authorized Agent".

(6)  Form 4.1 set out in the Schedule to this Regulation is added after
Form 4.

(7)  Form 5 is amended by adding the following at the end of page 1 of the
Form:

     Notice:   If you have concerns about the way that this seizure was
conducted, contact the Civil Enforcement Agency listed above.
     If you are unable to resolve your concerns with the Civil Enforcement
Agency, you may contact the Sheriff - Civil Enforcement at (780) 422 2481.

(8)  Form 7 is amended

     (a)  in respect of the provisions under the heading "EXEMPTIONS";

               (i)  by striking out "The following property may be
exempt from seizure:" and substituting "Except where any one of the above
circumstances apply, the following property is exempt from seizure:";

               (ii) in item 3 by striking out "1,000" and substituting
"1,000*";

               (iii)     in item 7 by striking out "$100 - Commercial
Premises" and "$10 000 - Residential Premises" and substituting "$10 000 -
in the case of Residential Premises";

               (iv) by adding the following after item 7:

                    8.  Money payable by the Agriculture Financial
Services Corporation in respect of a claim for loss or damage to crops.

     (b)  by adding the following at the end of the form:

          Notice:  If you have concerns about the way that this seizure
was conducted, contact the Civil Enforcement Agency listed above.
          If you are unable to resolve your concerns with the Civil
Enforcement Agency, you may contact the Sheriff - Civil Enforcement at
(780) 422-2481.

(9)  Form 10 and Form 10.1 are repealed.


15   This Regulation comes into force on the day that section 1 of the
Justice Statutes Amendment Act, 2002 comes into force.


     SCHEDULE

Form 4.1
Civil Enforcement Regulation
                                                                          
                
Previous P.P.R. Registration  Civil Enforcement Agency File Number
Number

     W A R R A N T
     (Distress/Chattel Lease - Civil Enforcement Act)

TO:       

            (Name and Address of Civil Enforcement Agency)          

A chattel lease was entered into on     (Date (m/d/y))     between    
(Name and Address of Lessee)     as lessee, and     (Name and Address of
Lessor)     as the lessor.

This chattel lease is now in default and you are therefore instructed to
seize the following personal property which is the subject-matter of the
chattel lease:

Describe Personal Property to be seized:
     
     

The personal property is located at     

Seizure is instructed to realize the sum of   $  (Retail Lease Payout)    
owing under the chattel lease plus costs.

Dated at                     , Alberta, on   

                                                                          
     Signature of Instructing Creditor or Authorized Agent

     
Print Name of Instructing Creditor or Authorized Agent

     
Address of Instructing Creditor or Authorized Agent    City

 (Province     Postal Code     Telephone Number     Fax Number)


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     Alberta Regulation 204/2002

     Marketing of Agricultural Products Act

     ALBERTA EGG PRODUCERS PLAN AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  October 8, 2002

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 470/2002) on October 8,
2002 pursuant to section 23 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act.


1   The Alberta Egg Producers Plan Regulation (AR 258/97) is amended by
this Regulation.


2   Section 19 is amended by adding the following after subsection (5):

     (6)  Where

               (a)  a person is appointed or elected as provided for
under section 21 or 33(6) to fill a vacancy on the Board, and

               (b)  the term of office served by the person who filled
the vacancy is not greater than one year,

     the time served as a member in respect of that term of office is not
to be taken into consideration for the purposes of subsection (3).


3   The following is added after section 19:

Term of office re Canada Board
     19.1(1)  In this section "Canada Board" means the Canadian Egg
Marketing Agency.

     (2)  Notwithstanding section 19(3), with the approval of the Council
and the registered producers, a person may be permitted to serve an
additional term of office for a further 3 consecutive years as a member of
the Board in order to fulfill commitments in respect of the Canada Board.

     (3)  Notwithstanding section 19(3), where a person is permitted under
subsection (2) to serve as a member of the Board for an additional term of
office, that person

               (a)  is not eligible to serve as a member of the Board
for more than 9 consecutive years, and

               (b)  is not eligible to serve again as a member of the
Board until 3 years have expired following the expiry of that person's last
term of office.


4   Section 34 is amended by striking out "December 31, 2002" and
substituting "May 31, 2009".


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     Alberta Regulation 205/2002

     Marketing of Agricultural Products Act

     ALBERTA HATCHING EGG PLAN AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  October 8, 2002

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 471/2002) on October 8,
2002 pursuant to section 23 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act.


1   The Alberta Hatching Egg Plan Regulation (AR 283/96) is amended by this
Regulation.


2   Section 7(1) is amended

     (a)  in clause (b) by striking out "Secretary-Manager" and
substituting "General Manager";

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

               (d)  shall maintain such books and records, including
financial records,

                         (i)  as may from time to time be required
under the Act, the regulations or by virtue of any order of the Council,
and

                         (ii) as may be determined by the Board;

     (c)  in clause (e) by striking out ", hatchery and pullet grower"
and substituting "and hatchery".


3   Section 17 is amended by adding the following after subsection (3):

     (4)  Notwithstanding subsections (2) and (3), with the approval of
the Council and the producers a member of the Board may be permitted to
serve one additional 3-year term in order to enable the board to fulfil
commitments to the Canada Board.

     (5)  A member of the Board referred to in subsection (3) is not
eligible to serve again as a member of the Board until 3 years have expired
following the additional 3-year term referred to in subsection (4).


4   Section 20(1)(b) is amended by striking out "20%" and substituting
"33%".


5   Section 22 is amended

     (a)  in subsection (1) by adding "or by facsimile or any other means
of electronic communication approved by the Board by resolution" after
"ordinary mail";

     (b)  in subsection 2(a) by adding "or otherwise forwarded under
subsection (1)" after "producer".


6   Section 23 is amended by striking out "15 producers" and substituting
"33% of the producers".


7   The following is added after section 32:

Election results
     32.1(1)  In the case of an election under this Plan,

               (a)  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;

               (b)  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;

               (c)  if there are more than 2 nominations for the
position and a tie vote occurs between 2 or more of the candidates that
received the largest number of votes, the candidates with the smaller
number of votes shall be eliminated and a 2nd election for the position
shall be immediately held among the tied candidates;

               (d)  if there are only 2 nominations for the position
and a tie vote occurs, the returning officer shall immediately select, by
draw, the candidate for the position and that person is deemed to have been
elected to the position.

     (2)  If there are more than 2 nominations and a tie vote occurs after
a mail-in vote held under section 29, the Board shall direct the returning
officer under subsection (1)(c) to either hold a mail-in vote for the tied
candidates or hold an election for the tied candidates at the next annual
meeting.


8   Section 33(1) and (2) are amended by striking out "Secretary-Manager"
and substituting "General Manager".


9   Section 39 is amended by striking out "December 31, 2001" and
substituting "May 31, 2008".


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     Alberta Regulation 206/2002

     Marketing of Agricultural Products Act

     ALBERTA VEGETABLE GROWERS (PROCESSING)
     PLAN AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  October 8, 2002

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 472/2002) on October 8,
2002 pursuant to section 23 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act.


1   The Alberta Vegetable Growers (Processing) Plan Regulation (AR 273/97)
is amended by this Regulation.


2   Section 31 is repealed and the following is substituted:

Expiry
     31   In compliance with the on-going regulatory review initiative,
this Regulation must be reviewed on or before June 30, 2007.


     Alberta Regulation 207/2002

     Marketing of Agricultural Products Act

     TURKEY PRODUCERS MARKETING PLAN AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  October 8, 2002

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 473/2002) on October 8,
2002 pursuant to section 23 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act.


1   The Turkey Producers Marketing Plan Regulation (AR 259/97) is amended
by this Regulation.


2   Section 4 is amended by striking out "shall remain" and substituting
"remains".


3   Section 8 is amended

     (a)  in subsection (2)(b)(ii) and (c)(ii) by striking out "or a
member of the Council";

     (b)  in subsection (3)(h) by striking out "and penalties" and
substituting "licence fees and levies".


4   Sections 10, 11 and 12 are amended by striking out "shall" and
substituting "must".


5   Section 15 is amended by striking out "shall consist" and substituting
"consists".


6   Section 16 is amended by striking out "within 30 days of each" and
substituting "at the first Board meeting following an".


7   Section 18 is amended by adding the following after subsection (4):

     (5)  Service on the Board pursuant to section 19 or 37(6)(b) is not
considered part of a term for the purposes of this section.


8   Sections 19(2), 21(b) and 22 are amended by striking out "shall" and
substituting "must".


9      Section 26(7) is amended by striking out "shall" and substituting
"may".


10   Section 29(2) is amended by striking out "shall be" and substituting
"must be made".


11   Sections 31(2), 32 and 33 are amended by striking out "shall" and
substituting "must".


12   The following is added after section 33:

Tie votes
     33.1(1)  If there are more than 2 nominations for the position and a
tie vote occurs between 2 or more of the candidates who received the
largest number of votes, the candidates with the smallest number of votes
are eliminated and another election for the position must be immediately
held among the tied candidates.

     (2)  If there are only 2 nominations for the position and a tie vote
occurs, the returning officer must immediately select, by draw, the
candidate for the position and that person is deemed to have been elected
to the position.


13   Section 36(3) is amended by striking out "shall" and substituting
"must".


14   Section 37(7) and (8) are amended by striking out "shall hold" and
substituting "holds".


15   Section 39 is amended by striking out "December 31, 2002" and
substituting "May 31, 2008".


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     Alberta Regulation 208/2002

     Marketing of Agricultural Products Act

     ALBERTA PORK PRODUCERS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
     FEDERAL AUTHORIZATION ORDER

     Filed:  October 8, 2002

Made by the Alberta Agricultural Products Marketing Council on April 25,
2002 and approved by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 475/2002) on
October 8, 2002 pursuant to section 50 of the Marketing of Agricultural
Products Act.


Definitions
1   In this Order,

     (a)  "Corporation" means the commission known as the Alberta Pork
Producers Development Corporation;

     (b)  "Federal Act" means the Agricultural Products Marketing Act
(Canada);

     (c)  "Federal Order" means the Alberta Hog Order made under the
Federal Act;

     (d)  "Marketing Council" means the Alberta Agricultural Products
Marketing Council.


Authorization
2   The Marketing Council hereby authorizes the Corporation to perform all
functions and duties and exercise all powers imposed or conferred on the
Corporation under the Federal Act and the Federal Order.


Repeal
3   The Authorization Order (AR 234/96) is repealed.


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     Alberta Regulation 209/2002

     Marketing of Agricultural Products Act

     ALBERTA TURKEY PRODUCERS FEDERAL
     AUTHORIZATION AMENDMENT ORDER

     Filed:  October 8, 2002

Made by the Alberta Agricultural Products Marketing Council on September
17, 2002 and approved by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 476/2002)
on October 8, 2002 pursuant to section 50 of the Marketing of Agricultural
Products Act.


1   The Alberta Turkey Producers Federal Authorization Order (AR 154/2000)
is amended by this Order.


2   Section 4 is repealed.


     Alberta Regulation 210/2002

     Marketing of Agricultural Products Act

     ALBERTA ELK PLAN REGULATION

     Filed:  October 10, 2002

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 469/2002) on October 8,
2002 pursuant to section 18 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act.


     Table of Contents

Definitions    1
Designations   2

     Part 1
     General Operation of Plan

     Division 1
     Plan

Establishment of Plan    3
Termination of Plan 4
Application of Plan 5
Purpose and intent of Plan    6

     Division 2
     Operation of Plan by Commission

Establishment of Commission   7
Functions of Commission, etc. 8
Operation of Plan re regulations   9
Financing of Plan   10
Service charges     11
Service charge refundable     12
Indemnification and stabilization funds, etc.     13
Auditor   14
Honorary memberships, etc.    15

     Part 2
     Governance of Plan

     Division 1
     Eligible Producers

Eligible producers  16
General rights of eligible producers    17
Eligible producers who are individuals  18
Eligible producers that are not individuals  19

     Division 2
     General Commission Meetings of Eligible Producers

Annual Commission meeting     20
Special Commission meeting    21
Calling and conduct of meetings    22
Quorum    23

     Division 3
     Directors

Board of directors  24
Responsibilities of the board of directors   25
Eligibility re directors 26
Chair and officers  27
Executive committee 28
Adjunct director    29
Remuneration, etc.  30
Term of office re directors   31
Removal from office 32
Election of directors    33
Mail ballot    34
Quorum    35
Determining quorum  36


     Division 4
     Chapters and Zones

Zones and chapters  37
Chapter membership  38
Membership in another chapter 39
General rights of chapter member   40
Chapter executive committee   41
Chapter director    42
Administration of the chapter 43
Annual chapter meeting   44
Special chapter meeting  45
Calling and conduct of meetings    46
Quorum    47

     Part 3
     Voting and Elections

Voting    48
Must be on voters list   49
Returning officer   50
Controverted election    51

     Part 4
     Transitional Provisions and Review

Transitional re election of directors   52
Interim members of chapter executive committee    53
Review    54

Schedule


Definitions
1   In this Plan,

     (a)  "Act" means the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act;

     (b)  "annual chapter meeting" means an annual general meeting of the
chapter executive committee and the members of the chapter and any other
persons that may be invited by the chapter executive committee to attend
that meeting;

     (c)  "annual Commission meeting" means an annual general meeting of
the directors and the eligible producers and any other persons that may be
invited by the Commission to attend that meeting;

     (d)  "base service charge" means a service charge of an equal amount
that is applied to each licenced farm;

     (e)  "chapter executive committee" means the chapter executive
committee referred to in section 41;

     (f)  "Commission" means the commission that is established under
section 7;

     (g)  "Council" means the Alberta Agricultural Products Marketing
Council;

     (h)  "eligible producer" means a producer who meets the criteria to
be an eligible producer as set out in section 16;

     (i)  "elk" means agricultural elk, including bulls, cows, heifers
and calves of both sexes;

     (j)  "elk products" includes meat, offal, hides, velvet antler, hard
antler, genetic products, embryos, body secretions, body fluids, body
tissues and other by-products from the production, reproduction, slaughter
or processing of elk or from the removal of the antlers from elk;

     (k)  "farm licence" means a Game Farm Licence issued under the
Livestock Industry Diversification Act;

     (l)  "fiscal year" means a year commencing on April 1 and concluding
on March 31 of the following year;

     (m)  "formal education" means a certificate, diploma or degree
program at the post-secondary or post-graduate level that is provided by

               (i)  a university under the Universities Act,

               (ii) a college under the Colleges Act, or

               (iii)     a technical institute under the Technical
Institutes Act,

          and that is recognized by the Commission for the purposes of
this Plan;

     (n)  "general producers' meeting" means, as the case may be,

               (i)  an annual Commission meeting or a special
Commission meeting, and

               (ii) in the case of a chapter, a annual chapter meeting
or a special chapter meeting of that chapter;

     (o)  "marketing" means buying, owning, selling, offering for sale,
storing, grading, assembling, packing, transporting, advertising or
financing and includes the slaughter of elk for resale or consumption;

     (p)  "mature elk" means those elk that are at least one year old as
of March 31 in each year;

     (q)  "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);

     (r)  "Plan" means the Alberta Elk Plan established under section 3;

     (s)  "producer" means a person who

               (i)  keeps, breeds or raises elk,

               (ii) produces elk products,

               (iii)     boards, owns or has a commercial interest in elk,
or

               (iv) takes possession of elk from a producer under a
security interest or any other security for a debt;

     (t)  "quality assurance programs" means programs that promote public
acceptance of the elk industry and of elk and elk products and includes
programs respecting product standards, product safety, animal welfare and
environmental sustainability;

     (u)  "regulated product" means elk and elk products;

     (v)  "security interest" means a security interest as defined in the
Personal Property Security Act;

     (w)  "special chapter meeting" means a general meeting, other than
an annual chapter meeting, of the chapter executive committee and the
members of the chapter and any other persons that may be invited by chapter
executive committee to attend that meeting;

     (x)  "special Commission meeting" means a general meeting, other
than an annual Commission meeting, of the directors and the eligible
producers and any other persons that may be invited by the Commission to
attend that meeting.


Designations
2   Elk and elk products are hereby designated as agricultural products for
the purposes of the Act.


     Part 1
     General Operation of Plan

     Division 1
     Plan

Establishment of Plan
3   There is hereby established a plan known as the "Alberta Elk 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, and

     (b)  to all producers who produce elk in Alberta.

(2)  None of the persons referred to in subsection (1)(b) are to be
exempted from the Plan.

(3)  No class, variety, size, grade or kind of agricultural product to
which this Plan applies is exempt from this Plan.

(4)  Notwithstanding subsections (2) and (3), with the approval of the
Commission,

     (a)  persons who are engaged in undertakings the objects of which
are primarily research or are related to formal education with respect to
the production or marketing of the regulated product, or

     (b)  any regulated product that is used in connection with research
or formal education with respect to the production or marketing of the
regulated product,

may in whole or in part be exempted by the Commission from this Plan or any
provision of this Plan.


Purpose and intent of Plan
6(1)  The purpose of this Plan is to enable the Commission to initiate,
carry out and fund projects or programs respecting the production or
marketing, or both, of the regulated product and to commence, stimulate,
increase and improve the production or marketing, or both, of the regulated
product.

(2)  Without restricting the generality of subsection (1), the Commission
may initiate and carry out projects or programs

     (a)  to assist, educate and inform producers, dealers and processors
in developing and improving

               (i)  the production and marketing of the regulated
product and

               (ii) quality assurance programs in respect of the
regulated product;

     (b)  to expand market awareness and demand for the regulated
product, including the development and promotion of markets for the
regulated product and the education of distributors and consumers;

     (c)  to generally develop and promote the elk industry;

     (d)  to advise governments and to negotiate with governments on
matters concerning the elk industry;

     (e)  to research and study the production, marketing and processing
of the regulated product, including studies and research concerning quality
assurance programs, the improvement of the regulated product and the
development, use and consumption of the regulated product;

     (f)  to promote the collaborative and mutually supportive
interaction between members of the elk industry, elk industry associations,
governments, funding agencies and research and development agencies when,
in the opinion of the Commission, that support and cooperation will further
the purposes of this Plan and the activities of the Commission;

     (g)  to communicate with producers, dealers, processors and the
public on matters respecting

               (i)  the state and needs of the elk industry, and

               (ii) the purposes of this Plan and the activities of the
Commission;

     (h)  to establish programs that recognize producers for achieving

               (i)  quality and safety standards for the regulated
product,

               (ii) animal care and welfare standards, and

               (iii)     environmental sustainability standards;

     (i)  to obtain funding through grants, donations and other sources
for programs initiated or supported by the Commission;

     (j)  to promote and encourage the establishment of not-for-profit
corporate entities the purposes of which are to support and advance the
purposes of this Plan and the activities of the Commission;

     (k)  to enter into collaborative agreements, alliances and other
joint ventures with other entities that benefit producers and further the
purposes of this Plan and the activities of the Commission;

     (l)  to establish quality assurance programs in respect of the
regulated product.

(3)  Under this Plan neither the production nor the marketing of the
regulated product is to be controlled or regulated.


     Division 2
     Operation of Plan by Commission

Establishment of Commission
7   There is hereby established a commission with the name "Alberta Elk".


Functions of Commission, etc.
8(1)  The Commission is responsible for the administration, operation,
regulation, supervision and enforcement of this Plan and the conduct of the
business and affairs of the Commission in carrying out its
responsibilities, and without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the
Commission

     (a)  is to maintain such books and records, including financial
records,

               (i)  as from time to time may be required under the Act,
the regulations or by virtue of any order of the Council, or

               (ii) as may be determined by the Commission;

     (b)  is to maintain an official office, the location of which is to
be made known to each eligible producer;

     (c)  may appoint officers, employees and agents, prescribe their
duties and fix and pay their remuneration;

     (d)  may

               (i)  become a member of any agricultural or other
organization, and

               (ii) contribute funds to any agricultural or other
organization

          that furthers the purposes of this Plan and the activities of
the Commission;

     (e)  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 a Canada Act.

(2)  The Minister responsible for the Livestock Industry Diversification
Act is authorized to disclose to the Commission for use by the Commission
in carrying out its powers and duties, any information, including personal
information, or any record as defined in the Freedom of Information and
Protection of Privacy Act that relates to the administration of this Plan,
the Act and the regulations, orders and directives of the Commission that
has been collected or used in respect of the animal inventory operated
under the Livestock Industry Diversification Act.


Operation of Plan re regulations
9   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 producers engaged in the production or marketing, or
both, of the regulated product to register their names and addresses with
the Commission;

     (b)  requiring any person who produces, markets or processes the
regulated product to furnish to the Commission any information or record
relating to the production of the regulated product that the Commission
considers necessary;

     (c)  providing for

               (i)  the assessment, charging and collection of service
charges from producers from time to time for the purposes of this Plan, and

               (ii) the taking of legal action to enforce payment of
the service charges;

     (d)  providing for the refund of service charges;

     (e)  providing for the use of any class of service charges 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.


Financing of Plan
10   This Plan is to be financed by the service charges and any other money
payable to or received by the Commission.


Service charges
11(1)  In accordance with the regulations and subject to this section,
producers are to be charged service charges consisting of

     (a)  a base service charge assessed

               (i)  on the producers to whom a farm licence is issued,
and

               (ii) in the case of a farm licence that is issued to
more than one producer,

                         (A)  on the producer who is listed first on
the farm licence as a licensee, and

                         (B)  on any of the other producers listed on
the farm licence as a licensee where that producer advises the Commission
that the producer wishes to be assessed the base service charge,

     and

     (b)  a product service charge assessed on each mature elk.

(2)  At each annual Commission meeting the Commission is to submit for the
approval of the eligible producers the following:

     (a)  with respect to the service charges, the amount of

               (i)  the base service charge, and

               (ii) the product service charge,

          that is to be charged during the next fiscal year;

     (b)  the products and services, if any, in respect of which the
products service charge is applicable during the next fiscal year;

     (c)  the manner of assessing the base service charge during the next
fiscal year.

(3)  The Commission is to apply the amounts received as service charges for
the purposes of

     (a)  paying for product marketing and other programs operated by the
Commission;

     (b)  paying for the Commission's expenses and for the administration
of this Plan and the regulations;

     (c)  paying membership fees or dues in other organizations;

     (d)  providing specific services or products to eligible producers.

(4)  Notwithstanding that a person holds more than one farm licence, a base
service charge is to be assessed for each farm for which a farm licence is
issued.

(5)  Notwithstanding subsection (2), on the commencement of this Plan,

     (a)  the amount of

               (i)  the base service charge, and

               (ii) the product service charge,

     (b)  the products and services, if any, in respect of which the
product service charge is applicable, and

     (c)  the manner of assessing the base service charge

are to be initially established by the Commission and subject to the
approval of the Council.

(6)  At any time after the service charges are initially established as
provided for under subsection (5), the Commission may, subject to the
approval of the eligible producers at an annual Commission meeting or a
special Commission meeting, from time to time change

     (a)  the amount of

               (i)  the base service charge, and

               (ii) the product service charge;

     (b)  the products and services, if any, in respect of which the
product service charge is applicable;

     (c)  the manner of assessing the base service charge.


Service charge refundable
12(1)  In accordance with the regulations and subject to this section,

     (a)  the service charges that are paid by a producer are, at the
request of the producer, refundable to that producer;

     (b)  the request for a refund of the service charge is to

               (i)  be made in writing on a form provided by the
Commission, and

               (ii) contain the following information:

                         (A)  the producer's name;

                         (B)  the producer's mailing address and
telephone number;

                         (C)  the producer's farm licence number;

                         (D)  whether a refund is being requested for

                                   (I)  the product service charge
and, if so, the number of animals in respect of which the refund is being
requested,

                                   (II) the base service charge
and, if so, the proportion or amount of the base service charge being
requested as a refund, or

                                   (III)     both the product service
charge under subparagraph (I) and the base service charge under
subparagraph (II);

                         (E)  any other information not referred to
in paragraphs (A) to (D) concerning the refund as requested by the
Commission;

     (c)  requests for refunds of any service charges collected during
the immediate previous fiscal year must be received by the Commission at
its official office prior to the end of April of the current fiscal year;

     (d)  any request for a refund that is not received by the Commission
within the time period specified under clause (c) is not to be accepted by
the Commission for the purpose of making a refund and the producer is not
entitled to a refund in respect of which the request was made;

     (e)  notwithstanding clause (d), the Commission may, if it is
satisfied that extenuating circumstances exist that warrant its doing so,
accept an application for the purpose of making a refund where the
application is received after the applicable time period referred to in
clause (c);

     (f)  the Commission is to refund the service charge to the producer,

               (i)  where the request for the refund is received
pursuant to clause (c), within 120 days after the end of the period to
which the request for the refund relates, and

               (ii) where the request for the refund is received and
accepted pursuant to clause (e), within 90 days after receipt of the
request for the refund.

(2)  With respect to any particular fiscal year, if

     (a)  the eligible producers requesting a refund of the service
charges comprise more than 35% of the existing eligible producers, and

     (b)  those eligible producers requesting a refund account for at
least 35% of the service charges collected during that particular year,

the continued operation of this Plan is subject to approval by a majority
of the eligible producers as determined by a plebiscite to be held under
the direction of the Council pursuant to the Act.

(3)  The Commission, within 90 days following the end of the fiscal year,
is to report to the Council the refunds made under this section for that
year.


Indemnifica-tion and stabilization funds, etc.
13   The Commission is not to establish any funds under section 34 or 35 of
the Act.


Auditor
14   The auditor for the Commission is to be appointed from time to time at
an annual Commission meeting or a special Commission meeting.


Honorary memberships, etc.
15   The Commission may establish non-voting associate, industry, affiliate
or honorary memberships under this Plan to provide interested individuals
or organizations with the opportunity to contribute to the efforts of the
Commission.


     Part 2
     Governance of Plan

     Division 1
     Eligible Producers

Eligible producers
16(1)    For the purposes of this Plan,

     (a)  a producer is an eligible producer if

               (i)  the producer

                         (A)  is the holder of a farm licence and is
identified in an animal inventory maintained under the Livestock Industry
Diversification Act,

                         (B)  in the case of a farm licence that is
issued to more than one producer, is the producer who is listed first on
the farm licence as a licensee and is identified in an animal inventory
maintained under the Livestock Industry Diversification Act, or

                         (C)  in the case of more than one person
representing the interests of a single farm licence, is appointed by those
persons to represent those interests,

               and

               (ii) the producer has paid both a base service charge
and a product service charge under this Plan

                         (A)  in the current fiscal year, or

                         (B)  in the fiscal year immediately
preceding the current fiscal year;

     (b)  the Commission is to maintain a list of eligible producers;

     (c)  all producers who can be identified by the Commission as having
met the criteria set out in clause (a) are to be included on the list of
eligible producers for that fiscal year;

     (d)  any producer who is not listed as an eligible producer on the
Commission's list of eligible producers is to be added to the list where
the producer can provide proof that is satisfactory to the Commission that
the producer meets the criteria set out in clause (a);

     (e)  once a producer is listed with the Commission as an eligible
producer, the producer is eligible, notwithstanding that the producer may
no longer meet the criteria set out in clause (a)(ii), to continue to be
recognized as an eligible producer from fiscal year to fiscal year, unless
the eligible producer ceases to pay both a base service charge and a
product service charge under this Plan in the 2 subsequent fiscal years
following the current fiscal year, in which case the producer ceases to be
an eligible producer;

     (f)  where a producer ceases to be an eligible producer under clause
(e), the producer is entitled to again become an eligible producer for any
fiscal year in which the producer pays both a base service charge and a
product service charge under this Plan.

(2)  With respect to a person who is a licensee under more than one farm
licence,

     (a)  where a person claims to be an eligible producer representing
the interests of a person who is a licensee under more than one farm
licence and is uncontested in that capacity prior to the official starting
time of a general producers' meeting, that person is to be declared an
eligible producer by the returning officer subject to that person meeting
all the other  criteria for being an eligible producer;

     (b)  where more than one person claims to be the eligible producer
representing the interests of a person who is a licensee under more than
one farm licence and the contesting persons are unwilling or unable to
agree on who is the eligible producer, the returning officer may declare
that none of the contesting persons are eligible producers;

     (c)  a decision of the returning officer made under clause (b) is
final and all motions, resolutions, elections or other matters coming
before the general producers' meeting are not to be considered invalid by
reason only of that decision of the returning officer;

     (d)  persons referred to in clause (b) are to be allowed to attend
general producers' meetings and discuss Commission business with permission
of the Chair.

(3)  Notwithstanding anything in this section, an eligible producer is
entitled to one vote only on any motion or resolution or in any election of
a person under this Plan.


General rights of eligible producers
17   In accordance with this Plan, an eligible producer is entitled, as a
matter of right,

     (a)  to attend annual Commission meetings and special Commission
meetings;

     (b)  to make representations on any matter pertaining to this Plan,
the Commission and the board of directors;

     (c)  to vote on any matter under this Plan;

     (d)  to vote in any election for directors;

     (e)  to hold office as a director;

     (f)  to vote in any plebiscites of producers held under the Act;

     (g)  in the case of an eligible producer who is a member of a
chapter, to exercise the rights referred to in section 40.


Eligible producers who are individuals
18   Where an eligible producer is an individual, that individual may,
subject to this Plan, exercise the rights of an eligible producer referred
to in sections 17 and 40.


Eligible producers that are not individuals
19(1)  Where an eligible producer is not an individual, that eligible
producer may, only in accordance with this section, exercise the rights of
an eligible producer referred to in sections 17 and 40.

(2)  An eligible producer to which this section applies must appoint an
individual to be the representative of the eligible producer.

(3)  A representative appointed by an eligible producer under this section
is, subject to this Plan, to exercise on behalf of the eligible producer
the rights referred to in sections 17 and 40.

(4)  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.

(5)  An appointment of a representative under this section is to be

     (a)  in writing, and

     (b)  in the case where a vote is to be taken at a general producers'
meeting, filed with the returning officer prior to the calling to order of
the meeting at which a vote is to take place.

(6)  An individual who is the representative of an eligible producer shall
not cast a vote under this Plan unless

     (a)  the individual presents a document signed by the eligible
producer indicating the name of the person who may vote for the eligible
producer, or

     (b)  the individual makes a statutory declaration in writing stating
that

               (i)  the individual is a representative of the eligible
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.

(7)  A statutory declaration made under subsection (6)(b) must be made in
writing before the returning officer or the deputy returning officer prior
to the vote being cast.

(8)  An individual cannot at any one time be a representative under this
section for more than one eligible producer.

(9)  A representative shall not vote or hold office before the
representative's appointment is filed in accordance with subsection (5).


     Division 2
     General Commission Meetings of Eligible Producers

Annual Commission meeting
20   An annual Commission meeting must be held

     (a)  once in each year, and

     (b)  within 13 months following the date of the commencement of the
last annual Commission meeting.


Special Commission meeting
21   The Commission must hold a special Commission meeting

     (a)  when requested to do so by the Council, or

     (b)  on the written request of not less than 10% of the eligible
producers.


Calling and conduct of meetings
22(1)  The Commission is to set the time, place and date of any annual
Commission meeting or special Commission meeting.

(2)  The Commission must,

     (a)  in the case of an annual Commission meeting, notify the
eligible producers of the annual Commission meeting at least 21 days before
that meeting is to be held;

     (b)  in the case of a special Commission meeting, notify the
eligible producers of the special Commission meeting at least 21 days
before that meeting is to be held.

(3)  A notice of a meeting must set forth the time, place, date and purpose
of the meeting.

(4)  Where the Commission provides a notice under this section, the
Commission may do so in any form or manner that the Commission considers
appropriate in the circumstances.

(5)  With respect to annual Commission meetings and special Commission
meetings, the Commission is to determine, subject to this Plan, the Act and
any regulations and to any directions made by the Council, the requirements
and procedures for

     (a)  the presentation of motions;

     (b)  the conduct of elections;

     (c)  the carrying out of voting;

     (d)  the conduct of business.


Quorum
23   The quorum necessary for the conduct of business at an annual
Commission meeting or special Commission meeting is 30 eligible producers.


     Division 3
     Directors

Board of directors
24(1)  The Commission consists of a board of directors.

(2)  The composition of the board of directors is to be made up as follows:

     (a)  3 directors at large;

     (b)  7 chapter directors, one chapter director being elected by each
chapter.

(3)  Notwithstanding subsection (2),

     (a)  if the number of chapters is increased or decreased, the number
of chapter directors is to be correspondingly increased or decreased so
that there is one chapter director per chapter;

     (b)  with the approval of the eligible producers given at an annual
Commission meeting or special Commission meeting, the number of directors
at large may be decreased.

(4)  Without restricting the authority of any director to carry out the
general responsibilities of a director,

     (a)  a director at large is to represent the interests of the
eligible producers as a whole, and

     (b)  the chapter director for a chapter is to represent not only the
interests of the members of the chapter but also the interests of the
eligible producers as a whole.

(5)  With the approval of the board of directors and the chapter executive
committee, a director at large may at any time during the director's at
large term of office resign from being a director at large and become the
chapter director for that chapter to serve for the balance of the term of
office of the chapter director.

(6)  A chapter director may not become a director at large without being
elected at an annual Commission meeting or special Commission meeting or
under section 34 as a director at large.


Responsibili-ties of the board of directors
25(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 all the assets owned, held or acquired by the
Commission, are vested in the board of directors.

(2)  The board of directors has the power to do all things that are
necessary to carry out the purposes of this Plan and the responsibilities
and authority of the Commission.

(3)  The board of directors may authorize any person, entity or committee
to exercise any of the powers of the board of directors.

(4)  Where a person, entity or committee is authorized under subsection (3)
to exercise any power of the board of directors,

     (a)  that person, entity or committee is to report back to the board
of directors with respect to the exercise of that power, and

     (b)  the board of directors retains a supervisory function to
oversee the actions of that person, entity or committee in the exercise of
that power.


Eligibility re directors
26(1)  To be eligible to be a director at large, a person must be an
eligible producer.

(2)  To be eligible to be a chapter director for a chapter, a person must
be a member of that chapter.

(3)  An eligible producer is not eligible to serve as a director for more
than 2 consecutive terms of office.

(4)  Notwithstanding subsection (3), an eligible producer who was a
director is once again eligible to be a director if one year has elapsed
from the conclusion of that eligible producer's last term of office as a
director.


Chair and officers
27   Following the annual Commission meeting in each year, the directors
are to elect from among the directors at large and the chapter directors
the officers of the Commission, including a chair and a vice-chair of the
board of directors and the finance chair of the Commission.


Executive committee
28(1)  The Commission may appoint an executive committee consisting of

     (a)  the chair and vice-chair of the board of directors, and

     (b)  the finance chair of the Commission.

(2)  The executive committee, subject to any directions of the board of
directors, may act on behalf of the board of directions.


Adjunct director
29(1)  Notwithstanding anything in this Division, the board of directors
may appoint any eligible producer, including any director whose term is
expiring and who is not standing for re-election, as an adjunct director on
the board of directors

     (a)  for the purpose of allowing that person to represent the
Commission in respect of an organization with which the Commission is
involved, or

     (b)  to provide to the Commission specific skills, knowledge or
expertise.

(2)  An adjunct director is not eligible to vote on any matter put to the
question at a meeting of the board of directors.

(3)  Not more than 2 adjunct directors may be on the board of directors at
any one time.

(4)  Where an adjunct director is appointed, the board of directors may

     (a)  prescribe the duties of the adjunct director, and

     (b)  at any time terminate the appointment of an adjunct director.

(5)  Notwithstanding section 24, where an adjunct director is appointed,
the adjunct director's position on the board of directors is in addition to
the positions of the directors who are elected or appointed to sit on the
board of directors under this Division.


Remuneration, etc.
30(1)  The remuneration and the conditions under which remuneration,
whether calculated per diem or otherwise, is to be paid to the directors
and officers of the Commission is subject to the approval of the eligible
producers given at an annual Commission meeting or a special Commission
meeting.

(2)  The reimbursement for expenses that are incurred by the directors and
officers of the Commission and the conditions under which those expenses
may be reimbursed may be fixed from time to time by the board of directors.



Term of office re directors
31(1)  Subject to this section, the term of office for a director is 3
years.

(2)  The term of office of a director commences

     (a)  on the conclusion of the annual Commission meeting at which the
election for director was conducted, or

     (b)  in the case of an election conducted by mail or to replace a
director whose position became vacant during the director's term, on the
announcement of the results of the election.

(3)  The term of office of a director expires on the conclusion of the
annual Commission meeting that takes place in the year that the director's
term of office is to expire.

(4)  Notwithstanding subsection (1), the term of office for an adjunct
director is, subject to subsection (5), one year.

(5)  The term of office of an adjunct director

     (a)  commences at the time that the person is appointed to the
position, and

     (b)  expires on the conclusion of the annual Commission meeting that
takes place in the year that the appointee's term of office is to expire.


Removal from office
32(1)  A person who is a director ceases to be a director when that person

     (a)  resigns from the position of director;

     (b)  ceases to be an eligible producer;

     (c)  in the case of the individual who is the representative of an
eligible producer under section 19, ceases to be the representative of that
eligible producer under section 19.

(2)  Where a person who is a director is absent from 3 consecutive meetings
of the board of directors, that person ceases to be a director when board
of directors determines by resolution that the person was absent without
reasons that the board of directors considers adequate.

(3)  Where under this section a vacancy occurs on the board of directors of
a director at large, the board of directors may, with the approval of the
Council, appoint an individual to fill that position from among the
eligible producers who are eligible to be elected as a director.

(4)  Where under this section a vacancy occurs on the board of directors of
a chapter director, the board of directors,

     (a)  must request the chapter

               (i)  to conduct an election to elect a chapter director,
or

               (ii) to appoint a chapter director,

          from among those eligible producers who are eligible to be
elected as the chapter director, and

     (b)  if the chapter fails to fill the position of chapter director
pursuant to that request, may, with the approval of the Council, appoint a
chapter director from among those eligible producers who are eligible to be
elected as the chapter director.

(5)  Where an individual is appointed as a director pursuant to subsection
(3) or (4), that director is to serve for the unexpired portion of the term
of office.

(6)  For the purposes of section 26(3), if the unexpired term of office to
be served is

     (a)  18 months or less, the unexpired term is not to be considered
as a term of office, or

     (b)  greater than 18 months, the remaining portion of the unexpired
term of office is to be considered as a term of office.


Election of directors
33(1)  Directors at large are to be elected at the annual Commission
meeting.

(2)  The chapter director for a chapter is to be elected at the annual
chapter meeting of the chapter.

(3)  The Commission must solicit nominations for the position of director
at large by giving a notice soliciting those nominations.

(4)  The chapter executive committee of a chapter must solicit nominations
for the position of chapter director by giving a notice soliciting those
nominations and, if the chapter executive committee fails to solicit those
nominations, the Commission is to solicit those nominations by giving a
notice soliciting those nominations.

(5)  A notice soliciting nominations for directors may be given by any
means as the Commission may determine.

(6)  Nominations for the position of director must be signed by at least

     (a)  5 eligible producers in the case of a director at large, or

     (b)  3 members of the chapter in the case of a chapter director for
the chapter,

and be accompanied by the written consent of the person nominated for the
position of director.


Mail ballot
34(1)  Notwithstanding section 33, the Commission may direct that the
election of a director be conducted by means of a mail ballot.

(2)  Where an election of a director is to be conducted by means of a mail
ballot,

     (a)  the mail ballot must be designed for, and the election must be
conducted in such a manner so as to ensure, a secret vote;

     (b)  a mail ballot must be made available to each eligible producer
who is entitled to vote by being mailed to each of those eligible producers
at least 30 days prior to the closing date that is set for conducting the
election by means of a mail ballot;

     (c)  the closing date for conducting the election by means of a mail
ballot must

               (i)  be set by the Commission, and

               (ii) be a date that is within 42 days immediately
preceding the next general producers' meeting at which the election would
have normally been conducted in person.

(3)  If the eligible producers fail to elect a director by means of a mail
ballot, the election of the director is to be carried out,

     (a)  in the case of an election for a director at large, at the next
annual Commission meeting, or

     (b)  in the case of an election for a chapter director, at the next
annual chapter meeting,

that takes place following the date set as the closing date for conducting
the election by means of a mail ballot.


Quorum
35   The quorum necessary for the conduct of business at a meeting of the
board of directors is a majority of the directors holding office at the
time.


Determining quorum
36   In determining a quorum under section 35, vacant positions on the
board of directors and the position of adjunct director are not  to be
taken into consideration.


     Division 4
     Chapters and Zones

Zones and chapters
37(1)  For the purposes of this Plan, Alberta is divided into 7 zones.

(2)  The area included in each zone is as set out in the Schedule to this
Plan.

(3)  For each zone there is established a chapter consisting of the members
of the chapter.

(4)  A zone is to be administered by the chapter for that zone.

(5)  The Commission may apply to the Council under section 22(c) of the Act
to have this Plan amended, without the necessity of a plebescite being
conducted under the Act, to increase or decrease the number of zones or to
alter the area to be included in a zone.

(6)  The Commission is not to make a request to the Council under
subsection (5) unless the approval of the eligible producers to do so has
been obtained by means of a vote conducted at a annual Commission meeting
or a special Commission meeting.

(7)  If, in the opinion of the Commission, it is unclear or there is a
disagreement between the Commission and an eligible producer as to which
zone

     (a)  a residence or a production facility is actually located in, or

     (b)  elk are actually located in,

the Commission may, for the purposes of this Plan, make a determination as
to which zone a residence or a production facility is located in or elk are
located in.


Chapter membership
38(1)  Where an eligible producer

     (a)  resides within a zone,

     (b)  operates within a zone a production facility on which that
producer raises or otherwise keeps elk and for which producer holds a farm
licence, or

     (c)  at a location within a zone raises or otherwise keeps the
largest number of elk owned by that producer but for which that producer
does not, in respect of that location, hold a farm licence,

that eligible producer is a member of the chapter for that zone.

(2)  Notwithstanding that an eligible producer qualifies under subsection
(1) to be a member of more than one chapter, that producer can be a member
of only one chapter at any one time.

(3)  At the time that a person becomes an eligible producer under this
Plan, that person may, if that person qualifies under subsection (1) to be
a member of more than one chapter, by written notice to the Commission,
determine which one of those chapters the person is to be a member of.

(4)  If a producer fails to make a determination under subsection (3), the
Commission may make the determination on behalf of the producer.


Membership in another chapter
39(1)  An eligible producer who is a member of a chapter but under section
38 meets the qualifications to be a member of another chapter may apply in
writing to the Commission to become a member of that other chapter.

(2)  If an eligible producer, instead of being a member of the chapter for
the zone within which the member resides, wishes to be a member of the
chapter of another zone that is adjacent to the zone within which the
eligible producer resides, that eligible producer may, notwithstanding that
the person is not otherwise eligible under section 38 to be a member of
that other zone, apply in writing to the Commission to be a member of the
chapter for that other zone.

(3)  Notwithstanding that an eligible producer, pursuant to subsection (1)
or (2), became a member of another chapter, that eligible producer may at
anytime apply in writing to the Commission to become a member of any other
chapter for which the eligible producer is qualified to be member of.

(4)  Where the Commission approves in writing an application made under
this section, the eligible producer, effective on the day the application
is approved or on a subsequent date specified in the approval, ceases to be
a member of the chapter that the eligible producer was a member of at the
time that the application was made and becomes a member of the other
chapter that the eligible producer applied to become a member of.

(5)  Notwithstanding that an application of an eligible producer to become
a member of another chapter has been approved under this section, that
eligible producer is not eligible to vote in an election for a chapter
director or for a member of the chapter executive committee or on a matter
concerning chapter business of that other chapter until at least 10 days
have elapsed from the day that the eligible producer made the application
to become a member of that other chapter.


General rights of chapter member
40   In accordance with this Plan, a member of a chapter, in respect of
that chapter, is entitled, as a matter of right,

     (a)  to attend annual chapter meetings and special chapter meetings;

     (b)  to make representations on any matter pertaining to the chapter
and the chapter executive committee;

     (c)  to vote on any matter;

     (d)  to vote in any election for a chapter director and for members
of the chapter executive committee;

     (e)  to hold office as a chapter director or as a member of the
chapter executive committee.


Chapter executive committee
41(1)  Subject to subsection (2), each chapter is to have chapter executive
committee made up of the following members:

     (a)  the chapter president;

     (b)  the chapter vice president;

     (c)  the chapter secretary-treasurer.

(2)  With the approval of the members of the chapter given at an annual
chapter meeting or a special chapter meeting the membership of the chapter
executive committee may be altered as follows so long as the membership of
the chapter executive committee does not exceed 5 members:

     (a)  the position of chapter secretary-treasurer may be divided into
2 positions, one position being chapter secretary and one position being
chapter treasurer;

     (b)  the membership of the chapter executive committee may be
increased by not more than 2 additional members.

(3)  A person is not eligible to be a member of the chapter executive
committee unless the person is a member of the chapter.

(4)  The members of the chapter executive committee are to be elected at
the annual chapter meeting.

(5)  Subject to this section, the term of office for a member of the
chapter executive committee is one year.

(6)  The term of office of a member of the chapter executive committee

     (a)  commences on the conclusion of the annual chapter meeting at
which the election for the member was conducted, and

     (b)  expires on the conclusion of the annual chapter meeting that
takes place in the year that the director's term of office is to expire.

(7)  A person who is a member of the chapter executive committee ceases to
be a member of that committee if that person

     (a)  resigns from the position;

     (b)  ceases to be an eligible producer;

     (c)  in the case of the individual who is the representative of an
eligible producer under section 19, ceases to be the representative of that
eligible producer under section 19.

(8)  Where a person who is a member of the chapter executive committee is
absent from 3 consecutive meetings of the chapter executive committee, that
person ceases to be a member of that committee when the chapter executive
committee determines by resolution that the person was absent without
reasons that the chapter executive committee considers adequate.

(9)  If under this section a vacancy occurs on the chapter executive
committee, and

     (a)  6 or more months remain in the term of office in respect of the
vacant position, the chapter executive committee is to conduct an election
to elect a member of the chapter to the vacant position to serve for the
balance of the term of office, or

     (b)  less than 6 months remain in the term of office in respect of
the vacant position, the chapter executive committee may conduct an
election to elect a member of the chapter or appoint a member of the
chapter to the vacant position to serve for the balance of the term of
office.


Chapter director
42(1)  The chapter director is entitled to attend meetings of the chapter
executive committee and may vote on any matter put to a vote at a meeting
of the chapter executive committee.

(2)  The chapter director, in addition to representing and serving the
interests of the Commission and board of directors, is to

     (a)  communicate information, decisions and other business of the
board of directors to the chapter executive committee and the members of
the chapter, and

     (b)  bring to the board of directors the motions, information and
other business from the chapter for consideration by the board of
directors.


Administration of the chapter
43(1)  The chapter executive committee,

     (a)  subject to the directions of the Commission and the Council, is
responsible for the administration of the chapter, and

     (b)  subject to the approval of the Commission, may establish
policies, practices and procedures respecting the conduct of the business
and affairs of the chapter.

(2)  The Commission may, subject to any terms or conditions that the
Commission considers appropriate, provide to the chapter funds to be used

     (a)  to operate the chapter, and

     (b)  to carry out any projects approved or otherwise sanctioned by
the Commission.

(3)  Each year, on or before a date specified by the Commission, the
chapter executive committee is to submit to the Commission and to the
members of the chapter an annual financial statement in a form satisfactory
to the Commission.



Annual chapter meeting
44   An annual chapter meeting must

     (a)  be held once in every year, and

     (b)  commence at least 30 days before the day on which the next
annual Commission meeting commences.


Special chapter meeting
45   A chapter executive committee

     (a)  may on its own initiative hold a special chapter meeting, and

     (b)  must hold a special chapter meeting.

               (i)  on the written request of 30% of the members of the
chapter, or

               (ii) at the request of the Council or the Commission.


Calling and conduct of meetings
46(1)  The chapter executive committee is to set the time, place and date
of any annual chapter meeting or special chapter meeting.

(2)  The chapter executive committee must,

     (a)  in the case of an annual chapter meeting, notify the members of
the chapter of the annual chapter meeting at least 21 days before that
meeting is to be held;

     (b)  in the case of a special chapter meeting, notify the members of
the chapter of the special chapter meeting at least 21 days before that
meeting is to be held.

(3)  A notice of a meeting must set forth the time, place, date and purpose
of the meeting.

(4)  Where the chapter executive committee provides a notice under this
section, the chapter executive committee may do so in any form or manner
that the chapter executive committee considers appropriate in the
circumstances.

(5)  With respect to annual chapter meetings and special chapter meetings,
the chapter executive committee is to determine, subject to this Plan, the
Act and any regulations and to any directions of the Council or the
Commission, the requirements and procedure for

     (a)  the presentation of motions;

     (b)  the conduct of elections for members of the chapter executive
committee;

     (c)  the carrying out of voting;

     (d)  the conduct of business.


Quorum
47(1)  The quorum necessary for the conduct of business

     (a)  at an annual chapter meeting or special chapter meeting is 10
members of the chapter, and

     (b)  at a meeting of the chapter executive committee is a majority
of the members of that committee holding office at the time.

(2)  In determining a quorum under subsection (1)(b), vacant positions on
the chapter executive committee are not to be taken into consideration.


     Part 3
     Voting and Elections

Voting
48(1)  An eligible producer is eligible to vote on any question put to a
vote at an annual Commission meeting or a special Commission meeting if the
eligible producer is present at the meeting at which the vote is held.

(2)  An eligible producer is eligible to vote in an election for a director
that takes place at an annual Commission meeting if the eligible producer
is present at the meeting.

(3)  An eligible producer who is a member of a chapter is, in respect of
that chapter, eligible to vote on any question put to a vote at an annual
chapter meeting or a special chapter meeting if the member is present at
the meeting at which the vote is held.

(4)  An eligible producer who is a member of a chapter is, in respect of
that chapter, eligible to vote in an election for the chapter director or
for members of the chapter executive committee that takes place at an
annual chapter meeting if the eligible producer is present at the meeting.

(5)  An eligible producer may vote only once on each matter,
notwithstanding that the eligible producer may manage or operate or own,
lease or hold equity in more than one operation.

(6)  Voting in elections is to be by means of a secret ballot.


Must be on voters list
49   An eligible producer may cast a vote only if that producer's name
appears on the current list of eligible producers.


Returning officer
50(1)  The Commission is to 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 eligible producers 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 the actions of the returning officer and the
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 have elapsed from the day on which the vote was taken.


Controverted election
51(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 other irregularity with respect to the conduct
of an election,

     and

     (b)  seeks to have the election declared invalid and the position
declared vacant,

the eligible producer may, 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 to be
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 the 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 voided election was held.

(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 Commission meeting or a special chapter meeting, as the case may
be, be held and an election be conducted to fill the vacant position, or

     (b)  appoint from among the eligible producers who are eligible to
be elected to the position, an individual to fill the vacant position.

(6)  Where a person fills a position under subsection (5), that person is
to serve for the unexpired portion of the term.

(7)  Section 32(5) applies to a position filled under subsection (5).


     Part 4
     Transitional Provisions and Review

Transitional re election of directors
52(1)  Notwithstanding section 31(1) and subject to section 31(2) and (3),
at the initial election for directors held after this Plan comes into
force,

     (a)  in the case of directors at large,

               (i)  one director is to be elected for a term of office
of 3 years,

               (ii) one director is to be elected for a term of office
of 2 years, and

               (iii)     one director is to be elected for a term of office
of one year,

     and

     (b)  in the case of chapter directors,

               (i)  2 directors are to be elected for a term of office
of 3 years,

               (ii) 2 directors are to be elected for a term of office
of 2 years, and

               (iii)     3 directors are to be elected for a term of office
of one year.

(2)  At the conclusion of the terms of office referred to in subsection
(1), directors are to be elected for a term of office as provided for under
section 31(1).

(3)  In determining under section 26 whether an eligible producer is
eligible to be a director, the term of office served under this section is
to be considered as a term of office.

(4)  The interim members of the board of directors of the Commission
appointed under section 19 of the Act are to determine or establish a
method of determining, for the purposes of subsection (1), which of the
directors are to serve for a 3-year term of office, a 2-year term of office
and a 1-year term of office.


Interim members of chapter executive committee
53   After the Commission is established and prior to the election of the
initial members to a chapter executive committee, the Commission may
appoint interim members to that committee to carry out its functions until
the initial members are elected and assume their duties on the committee.


Review
54   In compliance with the ongoing regulatory review initiative, this
Regulation must be reviewed on or before March 31, 2008.


     Schedule

     Zones

1   Zone 1, to be known as "Peace River Zone", is made up of all that area
of Alberta that is north of a boundary that commences at the
Alberta-Saskatchewan border and goes along a straight line drawn straight
west to Fort McMurray, then south along Highway 63 to Highway 55, then west
along Highway 55 to Highway 2, then north-west along Highway 2 to Highway
33, then south along Highway 33 to Swan Hills and then along a straight
line drawn straight west from Swan Hills to the Alberta-British Columbia
border.


2   Zone 2, to be known as "West Central Zone", is made of that area of
Alberta that is included within a boundary that commences at the
Alberta-British Columbia border and goes east along Highway 1 to Lake
Louise, then along a straight line drawn from Lake Louise north-east to the
headwaters of the Red Deer River, then following eastwards along the Red
Deer River to Sundre, then east along Highway 27 to Highway 21, then south
along Highway 21 to Highway 27, then east along Highway 27 to Highway 56,
then north along Highway 56 to Highway 13, then north-west and then west
along Highway 13 to Highway 21, then north along Highway 21 to Highway 623,
then west along Highway 623 to Leduc, then west along Highway 39 to Highway
620, then south-west along Highway 620 to the Brazeau Dam, then west along
a straight line drawn from the Brazeau Dam to Jasper, then west along
Highway 16 to the Alberta-British Columbia border and then south-east along
the Alberta-British Columbia border to a point on that border that is
intersected by Highway 1.


3   Zone 3, to be known as "Sherwood Park Zone", is made up of that area of
Alberta that is included within a boundary that commences at Leduc and goes
north along Highway 2 to Highway 55, then east along Highway 55 to Highway
36, then south along Highway 36 to Highway 28, then east along Highway 28
to Highway 36, then south along Highway 36 to Highway 9, then west along
Highway 9 to Highway 56, then north along Highway 56 to Highway 13, then
north-west and west along Highway 13 to Highway 21, then north along
Highway 21 to Highway 623 and then west along Highway 623 to Leduc.


4   Zone 4 is made up of that area of Alberta that is included within a
boundary that commences at the Alberta-Saskatchewan border and goes along a
straight line drawn straight west to Fort McMurray, then south along
Highway 63 to Highway 55, then east along Highway 55 to Highway 36, then
south along Highway 36 to Highway 28, then east along Highway 28 to Highway
36, then south along Highway 36 to Highway 9, then east along Highway 9 to
the Alberta-Saskatchewan border and then north along the
Alberta-Saskatchewan border to a point on that border that is intersected
by a straight line that is drawn straight east from Fort McMurray to the
Alberta-Saskatchewan border.


5   Zone 5 is made up of that area of Alberta that is included within a
boundary that commences at the Alberta-British Columbia border and goes
east along Highway 16 to Jasper, then east along a straight line drawn from
Jasper to the Brazeau Dam, then north-east along Highway 620  to Highway
22, then north along Highway 22 to Highway 43, then north-west along
Highway 43 to Highway 32, then north along Highway 32 to Swan Hills, then
along a straight line drawn straight west to the Alberta-British Columbia
border and then south and south-east along the Alberta-British Columbia
border to a point on that border that is intersected by Highway 16.


6   Zone 6, to be known as "Chinook Zone", is made up of all that area of
Alberta that is south of a boundary that commences at the Alberta-British
Columbia border and goes east along Highway 1 to Lake Louise, then along a
straight line drawn from Lake Louise north-east to the headwaters of the
Red Deer River, then following eastwards along the Red Deer River to
Sundre, then east along Highway 27 to Highway 21, then south along Highway
21 to Highway 27, then east along Highway 27 to Highway 56 and Highway 9
and then east along Highway 9 to the Alberta-Saskatchewan border.


7   Zone 7, to be known as "Pembina Zone", is made up of that area of
Alberta that is included within a boundary that commences at Leduc and goes
north and then north-west along Highway 2 to Highway 33, then south along
Highway 33 to Highway 32, then south along Highway 32 to Highway 43, then
south-east along Highway 43 to Highway 22, then south along Highway 22 to
Highway 39 and then east on Highway 39 to Leduc.


     Alberta Regulation 211/2002

     Parentage and Maintenance Act

     PARENTAGE AND MAINTENANCE AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  October 11, 2002

Made by the Minister of Alberta Human Resources and Employment (M.O.
106/02) on September 3, 2002 pursuant to section 24(c) of the Parentage and
Maintenance Act.


1   The Parentage and Maintenance Regulation (AR 251/98) is amended by this
Regulation.


2   Section 4 is amended by striking out "2003" and substituting "2008".


3   Form 5 is repealed and the following is substituted:

     FORM 5

     MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT

This Agreement is made under section 6 of the Parentage and Maintenance Act

BETWEEN:

               , the Recipient

     - and -

               , the Payer

(Delete inappropriate text.)

                               acknowledges that he (is/may be) the father
of  (name(s) of child(ren))  (born/expected to be born) to  (name of
mother)  (on/about)   yyyy/mm/dd  .


IT IS AGREED THAT:

1    (Standard Child Support)

     The Payer must pay the Recipient $_________ per month for the
maintenance of the child(ren)   (name(s) of child(ren)).

     AND

     The Payer must pay that amount on the        day of each month,
beginning                     ,           .

     OR

     The Payer must pay that amount on the          day of each month,
beginning                     ,           , until the                     
day of                 ,           .  Then the Payer must pay $            
per month on the              day of each month, beginning on the           
      day of                       ,              .


2    (Additional Expenses)

     In addition to the standard child support payment under clause 1, the
Payer must pay the Recipient $             each month, for additional
expenses for the child(ren), on the              day of each month,
beginning                  ,             , allocated as follows:

     Child                              Nature of Expenses  Amount
                                                                      $   
      
                                                                      $   
      
     
3    (Medical and Dental Coverage)

     The Payer must provide medical and dental insurance coverage for the
child(ren).  If the Payer does not provide this insurance coverage, child
support to the Recipient is to increase by $                  per month,
beginning on the first day of the month following the month in which
payment for the insurance coverage ceased.

4    (Expenses Resulting from Pregnancy)

     The Payer must pay the Recipient $             for expenses referred
to in section 6(2)(a) of the Act resulting from the pregnancy of the
child(ren)'s mother, payable in full and final settlement of all claims and
demands that may be made against the Payer for payment of those expenses as
follows:

               $          , to be paid on yyyy/mm/dd  and continuing on
the            day of each following month, until $           is paid in
full

     OR

               a single payment, to be paid on or before  yyyy/mm/dd .


5    (Director's Costs)

     In accordance with the Act, the Payer must pay the Director of
Parentage and Maintenance $       for expenses paid by the Director for the
purpose of determining parentage, payable in full and final settlement of
all claims and demands that may be made against the Payer for payment of
those expenses as follows:

               $            , to be paid on yyyy/mm/dd  and continuing
on the               day of each following month, until $             is
paid in full

     OR

               a single payment, to be paid on or before yyyy/mm/dd.


6    (Enforcement by the Director of Maintenance Enforcement)

     This clause applies where this Agreement is filed with the Director
of Maintenance Enforcement.

     6.1  The payments under this Agreement must be made to the Director
of Maintenance Enforcement under the Maintenance Enforcement Act.

     6.2  The Payer must continue to make monthly payments for the
maintenance of the child(ren) to the Director of Maintenance Enforcement
when a person other than the Recipient assumes the care and control of the
child(ren) and notifies the Director of Maintenance Enforcement by mail,
with delivery confirmation, of the change in care and control, even though
the person who assumes care and control has not signed this Agreement.

     6.3  (a)  The amount of the standard child support and any
additional expenses and medical and dental insurance coverage the Payer
must pay will be reduced when:

                         (i)  The Director of Maintenance Enforcement
is provided with satisfactory evidence that one or more children named in
clause 1 are no longer under the care and control of the Recipient, and

                         (ii) The Director of Maintenance Enforcement
has not received notice from a person who has assumed care and control, as
set out in clause 6.2.

               (b)  The Director of Maintenance Enforcement will reduce
the standard child support payment having regard to:

                         (i)  The number of children remaining under
the care and control of the Recipient,

                         (ii) The Payer's guideline income stated
below in clause 7, and

                         (iii)     The Federal Child Support Guidelines
(Canada) (SOR/97-175), Schedule 1.


7    (Determination of Income)

     (a)  The Payer has an "income" under those Guidelines of $          
.

     OR

     (b)  The Payer has an "income" of $        , and the Recipient an
"income" of $          , under those Guidelines.


8    This Agreement is entered into on yyyy/mm/dd at             ,
Alberta.

9    This Agreement varies and replaces the Agreement made between the
Recipient and the Payer on yyyy/mm/dd.


Signature of Recipient (or Family Maintenance Worker Delegated by Director
of Parentage and Maintenance)
Date
yyyymmdd
     /    /
Signature of Payer
Date
yyyymmdd
     /    /


Signature of Witness
Date
yyyymmdd
     /    /
Signature of Witness
Date
yyyymmdd
     /    /



     AFFIDAVIT OF EXECUTION

My name is     (name of witness)                  .

My address is  (address of witness)                 .

I make oath and say that I witnessed      (the Payer)       sign the
Maintenance Agreement.


SWORN before me at            ,    )
Alberta, this           day of     )
                      ,      (year)          )         
     )              Witness
     )
     )
Commissioner for Oaths in and      )
for the Province of Alberta   )


     AFFIDAVIT OF EXECUTION

My name is     (name of witness)                    .

My address is  (address of witness)                   .

I make oath and say that I witnessed       (the Recipient)        sign the
Maintenance Agreement.


SWORN before me at            ,    )
Alberta, this           day of     )
                        ,     (year)         )         
     )              Witness
     )
Commissioner for Oaths   )
in and for the Province of Alberta)


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     Alberta Regulation 212/2002

     School Act

     CHARTER SCHOOLS REGULATION

     Filed:  October 15, 2002

Made by the Minister of Learning (M.O. 031/2002) on September 30, 2002
pursuant to section 37 of the School Act.


     Table of Contents

Definitions    1
Refusal to establish an alternative program  2
Application for establishment of charter school   3
Contents of charter 4
Initial term of charter  5
Commencement of charter school     6
Renewal of charter  7
Amendment of charter     8
Number of charters  9
Enrollment in another school  10
Responsibility to students    11
Charter board responsibilities     12
Transfer of charter school    13
Review by Minister  14
Repeal of charter   15
Termination of charter school 16
Dissolution of charter school 17
Repeal    18
Expiry    19


Definitions
1   In this Regulation,

     (a)  "Act" means the School Act;

     (b)  "Alberta Programs of Study" means the courses of study or
education programs prescribed, authorized or approved by the Minister under
section 39(1)(a), (b) and (d) of the Act;

     (c)  "alternative program" means an alternative program within the
meaning of section 21 of the Act;

     (d)  "applicant" means a person or society that applies for the
establishment of a charter school under section 3;

     (e)  "board" has the meaning given to it in the Act;

     (f)  "certificate" has the meaning given to it in the Certification
of Teachers Regulation (AR 3/99);

     (g)  "charter" means a charter approved by the Minister under
section 34 of the Act;

     (h)  "charter board" means the society or company named in a charter
as being responsible for the operation of a charter school.


Refusal to establish an alternative program
2(1)  If a board refuses to establish an alternative program as requested
by a person or society under section 31(2) of the Act, the board shall,
within 60 school days of receiving the request, provide a copy of its
decision, with reasons, to the person or society.

(2)  On receipt of a decision under subsection (1), the person or society
may apply to the Minister for the establishment of a charter school.


Application for establishment of charter school
3(1)  An application for the establishment of a charter school must be made
in accordance with this section.

(2)  The applicant must submit a preliminary application to the Minister no
later than 30 school days after receiving a decision under section 2(2) or
June 1 of the year preceding the year in which the charter school is to
open, whichever is earlier.

(3)  The preliminary application must be in writing and contain the
following information:

     (a)  the name, address, telephone number and, if available, fax
number and e-mail address of the applicant;

     (b)  the proposed name of the charter school;

     (c)  the information described in section 35(a) and (b) of the Act;

     (d)  a statement explaining how the program to be offered by the
charter school is significantly different from the programs offered by the
board;

     (e)  independent research supporting the proposed charter school
program;

     (f)  the proposed opening date for the charter school;

     (g)  a parent declaration, in the form prescribed by the Minister,
signed by parents indicating their intention to enroll their children in
the charter school;

     (h)  the projected student enrollment, grade distribution and school
building requirements on the proposed opening date of the charter school;

     (i)  all correspondence between the board and the applicant
concerning the alternative program, including a copy of the board's
decision to refuse to establish the alternative program.

(4)  On receiving a preliminary application, the Minister may

     (a)  require additional information before making a decision on the
application,

     (b)  approve the application subject to any terms and conditions the
Minister considers appropriate, or

     (c)  reject the application, giving reasons.

(5)  The Minister shall make a decision in respect of a preliminary 
application within 60 days of receiving it.

(6)  The Minister shall inform the applicant and the board in writing of
the Minister's decision under subsection (5) within 15 days of making it.

(7)  If the Minister approves the preliminary application under subsection
(4)(b), the applicant must submit a final application to the Minister no
later than November 1 of the year preceding the year in which the charter
school is to open.

(8)  The final application must be in writing and contain the following
information:

     (a)  proof that the applicant is a society incorporated under the
Societies Act or a company registered under Part 9 of the Companies Act;

     (b)  the proposed charter for the school;

     (c)  the measures to be used to determine the outcomes referred to
in sections 32(b) and 35(a) and (b) of the Act;

     (d)  indications of significant community support for the charter
school;

     (e)  the selection criteria to be used if applications by students
for enrollment exceed the maximum student capacity of the school;

     (f)  a policy development plan;

     (g)  a charter school budget report in the form prescribed by the
Minister;

     (h)  any additional information relating to the operation of the
charter school as required by the Minister.

(9)  On receiving a final application, the Minister may

     (a)  require additional information before making a decision on the
application,

     (b)  approve the application subject to any terms and conditions the
Minister considers appropriate, or

     (c)  reject the application, giving reasons.

(10)  The Minister shall make a decision in respect of a final application
within 60 days of receiving it.

(11)  The Minister shall inform the applicant and the board in writing of
the Minister's decision under subsection (10) within 15 days of making it.

(12)  Notwithstanding subsection (2), an applicant may submit to the
Minister an application containing the information described in both
subsections (3) and (8), in which case the Minister shall treat the
application as a final application.

(13)  An application under subsection (12) must be submitted to the
Minister no later than November 1 of the year preceding the year in which
the charter school is to open.

(14)  A decision by the Minister under this section is final.


Contents of charter
4   In addition to the requirements set out in section 35 of the Act, a
charter must include the following:

     (a)  any curriculum to be offered by the charter school that is in
addition to the Alberta Programs of Study;

     (b)  a description of the process by which successful charter school
innovations are communicated to the education community;

     (c)  the roles and responsibilities of the charter board and the
parents;

     (d)  the bylaws or articles of association of the charter board;

     (e)  the projected student enrollment, grade distribution and school
building requirements at the end of the initial term of the charter;

     (f)  a description of the process by which the charter may be
amended;

     (g)  a description of the process by which the charter school may be
dissolved, including

               (i)  the form of notice of dissolution to be given by
the charter board to parents and other interested persons or groups,

               (ii) the transfer of students to other schools, and

               (iii)     the disposition of real and personal property and
financial, school and student records.


Initial term of charter
5(1)  The initial term of a charter is 5 years beginning on the first day
on which the charter school opens.

(2)  A charter school shall operate for its term unless before that term
expires the charter is repealed under section 15 or the operation of the
charter school is terminated under section 16.


Commence-ment of charter school
6   Before a charter school begins to operate,

     (a)  the school must have at least 100 students enrolled in it or
the number of students that, in the opinion of the Minister, is required to
ensure that the program offered by the charter school is educationally and
financially viable, and

     (b)  the charter board shall

               (i)  appoint a superintendent in accordance with section
113 of the Act,

               (ii) appoint a secretary-treasurer in accordance with
section 116 of the Act,

               (iii)     ensure that parents of students enrolled or seeking
enrollment in the charter school are made aware of transportation plans
where applicable, and

               (iv) provide the following information in writing to the
Minister:

                         (A)  the names and certificate numbers of
the individuals who will be teachers at the charter school, including the
principal;

                         (B)  the location of the school building;

                         (C)  if the school building is leased from
the private sector, proof of compliance with municipal zoning bylaws and
all applicable municipal and provincial public health, fire, safety and
building standards requirements;

                         (D)  an updated school budget report in the
form prescribed by the Minister;

                         (E)  details of any contractual arrangements
to be made between the charter board and

                                   (I)  the Minister,

                                   (II) a board, or

                                   (III)     any other person. 


Renewal of charter
7(1)  A charter board may apply to the Minister in writing for a renewal of
the charter no later than December 1 of the final year of its term.

(2)  The Minister shall not renew a charter unless the Minister is
satisfied that the charter school

     (a)  is meeting the terms of its charter and has performance
measures that demonstrate clear evidence of success,

     (b)  is operating in a manner consistent with all applicable
provisions of the Act, regulations and policies of the Minister,

     (c)  is fiscally viable and responsible, and

     (d)  has a school program considered successful by the school
council, community, students, parents and staff.

(3)  The Minister shall conduct at least one evaluation of a charter school
within its current term.

(4)  A charter may be renewed for a term of 5 years or for a shorter term
agreed to by the Minister and the charter board.

(5)  The Minister shall make a decision in respect of an application for
renewal within 60 days of receiving it.

(6)  The Minister shall inform the charter board in writing of the
Minister's decision under subsection (5) within 15 days of making it.

(7)  A decision by the Minister under this section is final.


Amendment of charter
8   After a charter school has been established, the charter board may
amend the charter

     (a)  in accordance with the process set out in the charter, and

     (b)  with the approval in writing of the Minister.


Number of charters
9(1)  The number of charter schools may not exceed 15 at any one time.

(2)  A charter board may operate in more than one location only if a single
school building cannot accommodate the expected number of students
identified in the charter.


Enrollment in other school
10   A parent of a student enrolled in a charter school shall not request
that the student be enrolled in another school during the school year
unless the other school consents.


Responsibility to students
11   A charter board is responsible for providing an education program for
its students during the school year in which the students are enrolled.


Charter board responsibilities
12(1)  The charter board shall ensure that neither the charter school
administrators nor any of the charter board's employees are elected or
appointed as members of its governing body.

(2)  The meetings of the governing body of a charter board must be held in
public and no person may be excluded from the meetings except for improper
conduct.

(3)  The chair of the governing body of a charter board may cause to be
excluded from a meeting any person who, in the opinion of the chair, is
guilty of improper conduct at that meeting.

(4)  Notwithstanding subsection (2), when a majority of the governing body
members present at a meeting of a governing body are of the opinion that it
is in the public interest to hold the meeting or part of the meeting in
private for the purpose of considering any matter, the governing body may
by resolution exclude any person from the meeting.

(5)  When a meeting is held in private, the governing body of a charter
board has no power to pass a resolution at that meeting apart from the
resolution necessary to revert to an open meeting.

(6)  No member of the governing body of a charter board shall receive
remuneration for acting as a member of the governing body.

(7)  A charter board may reimburse the members of its governing body for
any expenses they incur in the course of performing their duties as members
of the governing body.


Transfer of charter school
13(1)  Subject to subsection (2), a charter board may transfer the
operation of a charter school to a society incorporated under the Societies
Act or a company registered under Part 9 of the Companies Act.

(2)  Before the operation of a charter school is transferred, the society
or company to whom the operation is to be transferred shall obtain the
approval in writing of the Minister.


Review by Minister
14(1)  A member of the governing body of a charter board who is alleged to
be disqualified under section 82, except subsection (1)(a) and (2), or
section 83 of the Act from remaining as a member of the governing body may
ask the Minister in writing to review the matter to determine if the member
is qualified to remain as a member of the governing body.

(2)  If an individual has been refused enrollment in a charter school, the
individual or the individual's parent may ask the Minister in writing to
review the matter to determine the individual's eligibility to be enrolled
in the charter school.

(3)  On concluding a review of a matter under this section, the Minister
may, subject to the Act and this Regulation, make any decision the Minister
considers appropriate.

(4)  A decision by the Minister under this section is final.


Repeal of charter
15(1)  The Minister may repeal a charter if, in the opinion of the
Minister,

     (a)  the terms and conditions of the charter are not being met, or 

     (b)  after one year of being granted a charter, the charter school
fails to open for the subsequent school year.

(2)  The Minister shall not repeal a charter unless

     (a)  the charter board has been informed in writing of the
Minister's intention and reasons for repealing the charter, and

     (b)  after having been given a reasonable period to satisfy the
Minister's concerns regarding the charter school, the charter board is not
able to satisfy those concerns.


Termination of charter school
16(1)  Notwithstanding that the term of a charter has not expired, a
charter board may terminate the operation of the charter school at the end
of a school year, with the approval of the Minister in writing, by voting
to terminate the operation of the charter school.

(2)  The charter board shall notify the Minister in writing by January 31
of its intent to terminate the charter at the end of the school year.


Dissolution of charter school
17   If a charter is repealed under section 15 or the operation of a
charter school is terminated under section 16, the charter school must be
dissolved and wound up in accordance with the process set out in the
charter.


Repeal
18   The Charter Schools Regulation (AR 136/95) is repealed.


Expiry
19   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 June 30, 2012.