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     Alberta Regulation 230/2002

     Marketing of Agricultural Products Act

     ALBERTA MILK REMUNERATION AND EXPENSE REGULATION

     Filed:  November 4, 2002

Made by the Alberta Agricultural Products Marketing Council on September
17, 2002 pursuant to section 20 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products
Act.


1   Words used in this Regulation that are defined in the Alberta Milk Plan
Regulation (AR 150/2002) have the same meaning as defined in that
regulation.


2(1)  Subject to subsection (2), the Council authorizes Alberta Milk to pay
remuneration and expenses to Alberta Milk members as set out in the
Schedule.

(2)  If remuneration is fixed pursuant to a vote under section 11 of the
Alberta Milk Plan Regulation (AR 150/2002), payment must be made in
accordance with that vote and not in accordance with subsection (1).


3   The Council authorizes Alberta Milk to establish policies regarding the
processing and payment of remuneration and expenses to its directors,
delegates and members, including the requirement that remuneration and
expense claims be submitted in a form acceptable to Alberta Milk.


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


     Schedule

     Item
Amount of remuneration or expense claimable
Time log or receipt required


Alberta Milk Chair - monthly remuneration
$1000/month for up to 40 hrs. of work outside of board and committee
meetings



Alberta Milk Chair - monthly remuneration
$25/hr for time in excess of 40 hours per month
Time log for all time worked during the month



Chair attending board and committee meetings
0-4 hours           $105
4-10 hours               $200
over 10 hours  $275
Time log for actual time worked


Director attending board and committee meetings
0-4 hours           $ 85
4-10 hours               $175
over 10 hours  $225
Time log for actual time worked


Delegate or producer members of committees attending committee meetings
0-4 hours           $ 85
4-10 hours               $175
over 10 hours  $225
Time log for actual time worked


Chairs of the Market and Research Committees
$25/hr for meeting and issue preparation and working with staff and
management
Time log for actual time worked


Conference call for board and committee meetings
$25/hr
Time log for actual time worked


Delegates attending the annual meeting
No remuneration claimable.  Actual cost of expenses may be claimed



Meals
Actual cost
Receipt


Hotel
Actual cost
Receipt


Private accommodation
$30/day



Air fare
Actual cost
Receipt


Vehicle mileage
$0.33/km



Car rental
Actual cost
Receipt


Bus, shuttle and taxi fare
Actual cost
Receipt


Parking
Actual cost
Receipt


Miscellaneous expenses
Actual cost
Receipt



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     Alberta Regulation 231/2002

     Personal Property Security Act

     PERSONAL PROPERTY SECURITY FORMS REGULATION

     Filed:  November 4, 2002

Made by the Minister of Government Services (M.O. GS:008/02) on October 28,
2002 pursuant to section 3 of the Personal Property Security Act.


Forms prescribed
1   The forms in the Schedule are prescribed for the purposes of the
Personal Property Security Act and the Personal Property Security
Regulation (AR 95/2001).


Repeal
2   The Personal Property Security Forms Regulation (AR 295/90) is
repealed.


Expiry
3   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be repassed in
its present or an amended form following a review, this Regulation expires
on June 30, 2012.


     SCHEDULE

     FORM 1
A    Financing Statement
GOVERNMENT SERVICES
Personal Property Registry

Type of Registration (Select one only)

SA
     PPSA Security Agreement

1.  What is the term of Registration?
               (1-25 years) or          Infinity

2.  Does it cover Trust Indenture?
          Yes                 No
CO        Court Order

MP        Matrimonial Property Order

SC        Statutory Charge

CR        Crown Charge

LC        Land Charge

RR        Railway Rolling

OT        Other  (specify) 












SG
     Sale of Goods Act s.26(2) or Factors Act s.9(2)

1.  What is the term of Registration?
               (1-25 years) or          Infinity








Debtor One
Select one          Business            Individual
     Birthdate
     (if known)
(Business Name or Last Name)       (First Name)   (Middle Name)  (dd/mm/yy) 

(Street Address)                                       (City)                   (Province)     (Postal Code)


Debtor Two
Select one          Business            Individual
     Birthdate
     (if known)
(Business Name or Last Name)       (First Name)   (Middle Name)  (dd/mm/yy) 

(Street Address)                                       (City)                   (Province)     (Postal Code)

Secured Party
Select one          Business            Individual

(Secured
Party Code)    (Business Name or Last Name)  (First Name)   (Middle Name)

(Street Address)                                       (City)                   (Province)     (Postal Code)

Collateral - Serial Number Goods 
(If PPSA, applicable only to consumer goods or equipment)

1  (Serial Number)                      (YYYY)    (Make and
Model)    (Category)

2  (Serial Number)                      (YYYY)    (Make and
Model)    (Category)

General Collateral

1    

2    

     (Your Reference No.)

     (Call
                                        (Name of Person Authorized         (Phone    Box
(Authorized Signature)  to Complete this form (PRINT))  No.)     No.)


     FORM 2
A    Debtor/Secured Party Additions
GOVERNMENT SERVICES
Personal Property Registry


Debtor
Select one          Business            Individual
     Birthdate
     (if known)
(Business Name or Last Name)       (First Name)   (Middle Name)  (dd/mm/yy) 

(Street Address)                                       (City)                   (Province)     (Postal Code)

Debtor
Select one          Business            Individual
     Birthdate
     (if known)
(Business Name or Last Name)       (First Name)   (Middle Name)  (dd/mm/yy) 

(Street Address)                                       (City)                   (Province)     (Postal Code)

Secured Party
Select one          Business            Individual

(Secured
Party Code)    (Business Name or Last Name)  (First Name)   (Middle Name)

(Street Address)                                       (City)                   (Province)     (Postal Code)

Secured Party
Select one          Business            Individual

(Secured
Party Code)    (Business Name or Last Name)  (First Name)   (Middle Name)

(Street Address)                                       (City)              (Province)     (Postal Code)



     FORM 3
A    Serial Number Goods Additions
GOVERNMENT SERVICES
Personal Property Registry


Collateral - Serial Number Goods 
(If PPSA, applicable only to consumer goods or equipment)

Serial Number                                (YYYY)    Make and
Model     Category
     
     


     FORM 4
A    General Collateral Additions
GOVERNMENT SERVICES
Personal Property Registry


General Collateral - Description
     
     


     FORM 5
A    Court Order, Other Changes
GOVERNMENT SERVICES and Additional Information
Personal Property Registry

Select type of particulars:

               Court Order
                    Particulars:

               Other Change
                    Particulars:

               Additional Information
                    Particulars:


     FORM 6
A    Financing Change Statement
GOVERNMENT SERVICES
Personal Property Registry

Identification of Registration or Amendments
     (Latest Registration No.)

Current Debtor

(Business Name or Last Name)                 (First Name)   (Middle
Name)

Current Secured Party

(Business Name or Last Name)                 (First Name)   (Middle
Name)

     Place an (X) in the appropriate space

          Renewal -      For PPSA, Sale of Goods Act and Factors Act                                          please give the following:              (1-25 years) or
                                                                                                                   Infinity
          Change -       Deletions/Additions
               Total Discharge -   permanently remove ALL record of
registration(s)

Deletions

Debtor

(Block No.)    (Business Name or Last Name)  (First Name)   (Middle Name)

Secured Party

(Block No.)    (Business Name or Last Name)  (First Name)   (Middle Name)

Collateral - Serial Number Goods

(Block No.)    (Serial No.)             (YYYY)    (Make and Model)    (Category)

NOTE:     To DELETE other collateral, complete and attach:
          Form 8 - Collateral Deletions

Additions

Debtor
Select one          Business            Individual
     Birthdate
     (if known)
(Business Name or Last Name)       (First Name)   (Middle Name)  (dd/mm/yy) 

(Street Address)                                  (City)              (Province)     (Postal Code)

Secured Party
Select one          Business            Individual

(Secured
Party Code)    (Business Name or Last Name)  (First Name)   (Middle Name)

(Street Address)                                  (City)              (Province)     (Postal Code)

Collateral - Serial Number Goods 
(If PPSA, applicable only to consumer goods or equipment)

(Serial No.)                            (YYYY)         (Make and
Model)    (Category)

NOTE:     To ADD other collateral, complete and attach:
          Form 3 - Serial Number Goods Additions, and/or
          Form 4 - General Collateral Additions

     (Your Reference No.)

     (Call
                                        (Name of Person Authorized         (Phone    Box
(Authorized Signature)  to Complete this form (PRINT))   No.)    No.)



     FORM 7
A    Debtor/Secured Party Deletions
GOVERNMENT SERVICES
Personal Property Registry


Debtor

Block No. Business Name or Last Name         First Name     Middle
Name
     
     

Secured Party

Block No. Business Name or Last Name         First Name     Middle
Name
     
     
     


     FORM 8
A    Collateral Deletions
GOVERNMENT SERVICES
Personal Property Registry


Serial Number Goods

Block No. Serial No.               (YYYY)         Make and Model Category
     
     
     

General Collateral

Block No. Description
     
     
     


     FORM 9
A    Garage Keepers' Lien
GOVERNMENT SERVICES Financing Statement
Personal Property Registry

Registration Details
     NOTE:     In these questions, the words "you" and "your" refer to the
person claiming the lien.

1.   Did you repair or store the vehicle?                                       No        Yes
     If yes, complete the following:
     a.   Do you still have possession of the vehicle?      No        Yes   
     If yes, proceed to question 3:  
     b.   If repaired or stored on your premises, when did you release
it?
         (dd/mm/yy)    
     c.   If repaired off your premises, when did you finish the repairs?
         (dd/mm/yy)    

2.   Did you provide accessories or parts for the vehicle?      No         Yes
     If yes, when were they provided:      (dd/mm/yy)    

3.   How much is the lien (in dollars and cents)? $                     
   

Vehicle Owner(s)

Owner 1   Select one          Business            Individual
     Birthdate
     (if known)
(Business Name or Last Name)       (First Name)   (Middle Name)  (dd/mm/yy) 

(Street Address)                                       (City)                   (Province)     (Postal Code)


Owner 2   Select one          Business            Individual
     Birthdate
     (if known)
(Business Name or Last Name)       (First Name)   (Middle Name)  (dd/mm/yy) 

(Street Address)                                       (City)                   (Province)     (Postal Code)

Person Claiming Lien
Select one          Business            Individual
(Secured
 Party Code)   (Business Name or Last Name)  (First Name)   (Middle
Name)

(Street Address)                                       (City)                   (Province)     (Postal Code)

Describe Motor Vehicle, Farm Vehicle, Aircraft or Boat

(Serial No.)                                 (YYYY)         (Make and Model)    (Category)

     (Your Reference No.)

     (Call
                                        (Name of Person Authorized              (Phone    Box
(Authorized Signature)  to Complete this form (PRINT))     No.)  No.


     FORM 10
A    Garage Keepers' Lien
GOVERNMENT SERVICES Financing Change Statement
Personal Property Registry

Identification of Registration or Amendments
     (Latest Registration No.)

Current Vehicle Owner

(Business Name or Last Name)                 (First Name)   (Middle
Name)

Current Person Claiming Lien

(Business Name or Last Name)                 (First Name)   (Middle
Name)

Changes to be Made

Place an (X) in the appropriate space

          Total Discharge (If selected, ALL record of registration(s)
will be permanently removed.)
          Court Order             Renewal, and/or
                                            Amendment

     a.   What is the date of the Court Order?        (dd/mm/yy)    

     b.   In which Judicial District was the Order made?                    
   

     c.   What is the Court File Number?          

     d.   If the court has extended time for seizure,
          enter the new date:     (dd/mm/yy)    

     e.   If Amendment is selected, you must attach additional forms as
required.

     (Your Reference No.)

     (Call
                                        (Name of Person Authorized              (Phone    Box
(Authorized Signature)        to Complete this form (PRINT))       No.)    No.)


     FORM 11
A    Global Financing Change
GOVERNMENT SERVICES Statement
Personal Property Registry

Current Secured Party Information

(Current
Secured
Party Code)    (Business Name or Last Name)  (First Name)   (Middle Name)

(Street Address)                                       (City)                   (Province)     (Postal Code)


Complete Either A or B Below:

A.   Change of Name or Address of Current Secured Party

Select one          Business            Individual

(New Business Name or Last Name)                  (First Name)   (Middle Name)

(New Street Address)                              (City)                   (Province)     (Postal Code)

B.   Change of Secured Party Code

New Secured Party Code

Select one          Business            Individual

(New Business Name or Last Name)                  (First Name)   (Middle Name)

(New Street Address)                              (City)                   (Province)     (Postal Code)

Transmitting Party

Select one          Business            Individual
(Secured
Party Code)    (Business Name or Last Name)  (First Name)   (Middle Name)

(Street Address)                                  (City)              (Province)     (Postal Code)

     (Your Reference No.)

     (Call
                                        (Name of Person Authorized              (Phone    Box
(Authorized Signature)   to Complete this form (PRINT))         No.)  No.)


     FORM 12
A    Search Request for
GOVERNMENT SERVICES Expired/Discharged
Personal Property Registry    Registration Number(s)

Person Requesting Search

(Secured
   Party Code) (Business Name or Last Name)  (First Name)   (Middle
Name)

(Street Address)                                  (City)              (Province)     (Postal Code)

Type of Delivery Method (Choose 1 only)
               Mailed
               Call Box (Call Box No.)

Registration Number(s)                                   Copy of Certificate of
                                                                                   Source Discharge/ 
                                                                                Document(s)    Expiry    
                                                                                                                              

                                                                                                                              

                                                                                                                              


     (Your Reference No.)

     (Call
                                        (Name of Person Authorized         (Phone    Box
(Authorized Signature)   to Complete this form (PRINT))       No.)    No.)


     FORM 13
A    Search Request for Debtor
GOVERNMENT SERVICES Name(s), Serial Number(s)
Personal Property Registry    and/or Registration Number(s)

Person Requesting Search
(Secured
Party Code)
(if applicable)     (Business Name or Last Name)  (First Name)   (Middle
Name)

(Street Address)                                  (City)              (Province)     (Postal Code)

Payment                                      Type of Delivery
Type:               Cheque                   Method:                  Mailed
               Account             (Choose 1 only)          Call Box  (Call Box No.)
               Cash                                                             Print
                                                                                          Fax        (Fax No.)

Debtor Name(s) Search

Select one          Business            Individual
     Birthdate
     (if known)
1  (Business Name or Last Name)    (First Name)   (Middle Name)  (dd/mm/yy) 

Select one          Business            Individual
     Birthdate
     (if known)
2  (Business Name or Last Name)         (First Name)   (Middle Name)  (dd/mm/yy) 

Serial Number(s) Search

1  (Serial No.)                                   (YYYY)    (Make and
Model)    (Category)

2  (Serial No.)                                   (YYYY)    (Make and
Model)    (Category)

Registration Number(s) Search
1    
2    

     (Your Reference No.)

     (Call
                                        (Name of Person Authorized              (Phone    Box
(Authorized Signature)   to Complete this form (PRINT))         No.)  No.)


     FORM 14
A    Demand to Secured Party
GOVERNMENT SERVICES Personal Property Security Act
Personal Property Registry    Section 50(3)

To:                 (Name of Secured Party)  

1.   A Financing Statement was registered in your favour and assigned
registration number

         (Registration No.)      on the  (day)  day of  (month) ,  (year) 
at the Personal Property Registry.

2.   I am named as the debtor in the Financing Statement.

     OR

     I have an interest in property that falls under the collateral
description in the Financing Statement
                         (Describe interest) 

3.   Pursuant to section 50 of the Personal Property Security Act, you are
hereby required, not later than 40 days after this demand is given,

          (a)  to register a Financing Change Statement for the purpose
of
                      Describe type of change demanded (i.e. discharge
or amendment of collateral description) 

     OR

          (b)  to provide to the Registrar an Order of the Court
confirming that the registration need not be amended or discharged.

4.   If this demand is not complied with, I intend to submit a Financing
Change Statement for the registration pursuant to section 50(5) of the
Personal Property Security Act.

     Dated this   (day)   day of   (month)  ,   (year)  .

     Person giving Demand:                             (Please PRINT) 
                                                                                            (Signature)  


     FORM 15
A    Proof of Demand to
GOVERNMENT SERVICES Secured Party
Personal Property Registry    Personal Property Security Act
     Section 50(5)

     Statutory Declaration

I,   
of   (Address)       in the Province of                                               ,   (Postal Code)

DO SOLEMNLY DECLARE THAT:

1.   A Financing Statement was registered in the Personal Property
Registry and assigned registration number   (registration no.)   on the  
(day)   day of     (month)     ,   (year)  .

2.   I am named as the debtor in the Financing Statement

     OR

     I have an interest in property that falls under the collateral
description in the Financing Statement
                         (Describe interest) 

3.   Attached to this declaration and marked as Exhibit A is a copy of the
Demand to Secured Party which was given to                  (Name of
Secured Party)                .

4.   Service of Exhibit A was effected on the secured party on   (day)  
day of     (month)     ,   (year)  ,by   (Type of delivery method)         
as evidenced by the proof of service attached to this declaration and
marked as Exhibit B.  (Attach post office receipt or affidavit verifying
service in some other authorized manner.)

5.   The prescribed 40-day period for registering a Financing Change
Statement or providing an Order of the Court to the Registrar has expired.

6.   I have the authority to submit for registration a Financing Change
Statement pursuant to section 50 of the Personal Property Security Act.

AND I MAKE THIS SOLEMN DECLARATION CONSCIENTIOUSLY BELIEVING IT TO BE TRUE
AND KNOWING THAT IT IS OF THE SAME FORCE AND EFFECT AS IF MADE UNDER OATH.

Declared before me                                                         )
at the            of                                                                 )
in the province of                                                         )                    (Signature)   
on   (day)   day of     (month)    ,   (year)     )


     FORM 16
A    Notice of Security Interest
GOVERNMENT SERVICES (Fixtures or Crops)
Personal Property Registry    Personal Property Security Act
     Section 49(2)


TAKE NOTICE that a security interest has been created in collateral that is
or may become a fixture or crop on land and that the particulars of the
security interest are set out as follows:

Debtor

(Business Name or Last Name)                 (First Name)   (Middle
Name)

(Street Address)                                            (City)         (Province)     (Postal Code)

Legal description of land upon which the collateral is or will be located
or affixed and LINC if known


Secured Party

(Business Name or Last Name)                      (First Name)   (Middle Name)

(Street Address)                                            (City)         (Province)     (Postal Code)

Amount Secured
$                                            
Description of Collateral
     
     

AND that this notice will expire the   (day)   of     (month)    ,   (year) 
.

Dated this   (day)   day of     (month)    ,   (year)   at             
Alberta.

              (signature)                                        (Name - Please PRINT)    
     Secured Party or Agent                              Secured Party
or Agent


     FORM 17
A    Change Notice
GOVERNMENT SERVICES (Fixtures or Crops)
Personal Property Registry    Personal Property Security Act
     Section 49(4)


TAKE NOTICE that the security interest in respect of which

     (a)                                                                                     is the secured party, and

     (b)  a notice was registered in the Land Titles Office as instrument
number     against the land described as follows:
                (Give legal description and LINC if known)  
          has been:

Mark "X" beside the appropriate statement and complete particulars
                         renewed until   (day)   of     (month)    ,  
(year)  

                         transferred to           (name and address of
transferee)    

                         postponed to the interest under instrument/caveat
number                                             being      (describe
nature of interest)      in favour of   

                         amended by:                   (describe
nature of change)   

                         partially discharged as to the land described as
follows:

                         wholly discharged.

Dated this   (day)   day of     (month)    ,   (year)  .

Signed by                                                    in the
presence of              (witness) 

          (Signature of Secured Party or Agent)             


     FORM 18
A    Affidavit Verifying Notice
GOVERNMENT SERVICES Personal Property Security Regulation
Personal Property Registry         Section 66(1)

I,                                            of                                                     in the Province of
                              .     (postal code)     make oath and
say:

1.   That I have been authorized by the secured party to act as an agent
for the purpose of effecting registration of notices relating to a security
interest in a fixture or crop on the land described in the attached notice.

2.   That I have full knowledge of the facts set out in the attached
notice and the statement of facts is true.

Sworn before me                                                        )
this   (day)   day of   (month)  ,   (year)  )       (Signature of agent)  
at                                                  , Alberta.  )


     FORM 19
A    Demand to Secured Party
GOVERNMENT SERVICES (Fixtures or Crops)
Personal Property Registry    Personal Property Security Act
     Section 49(7)

To:                 (Name of Secured Party)  

1.   A Notice of Security Interest was registered in your favour and
assigned as instrument number     (Instrument No.)     on the  (day)  day
of    (month)   ,   (year)   at the Land Titles Office at             against the land described as follows:
          (Give legal description and LINC if known)   

2.   I am named as the debtor in the Notice of Security Interest.

     OR

     I have an interest in the land as follows:
                              (Describe nature of interest) 
     pursuant to instrument/caveat no.  .

3.   Pursuant to section 49 of the Personal Property Security Act, you are
hereby required, not later than 40 days after this demand is given, to
submit for registration

          (a)  a Change Notice for the purpose of
                     (Describe type of change demanded (i.e. discharge
or amendment of collateral description) 


     OR

          (b)  an Order of the Court confirming that the registration
need not be amended or discharged.


4.   If this demand is not complied with, I intend to submit a Change
Notice for registration pursuant to section 49(9) of the Personal Property
Security Act.

     Dated this   (day)   day of   (month)  ,   (year)  .

     Person giving Demand:                             (Please PRINT) 

                                                                                            (Signature)  


     FORM 20
A    Proof of Demand to Secured
GOVERNMENT SERVICES Party (Fixtures or Crops)
Personal Property Registry    Personal Property Security Act
     Section 49(9)

     Statutory Declaration

I,   
of        (Address)       in the Province of                                    ,    (postal code)

DO SOLEMNLY DECLARE THAT:

1.   A Notice of Security Interest was registered in the Land Titles
Office as instrument number                        against the
following land:
               (Give legal description and LINC if known)   

2.   I am named as the debtor in the Notice of Security Interest

     OR

     I have an interest in the land as follows:
               (Describe nature of interest) 
     pursuant to instrument/caveat no.  .

3.   Attached to this declaration and marked as Exhibit A is a copy of the
Demand to Secured Party which was given to                  (Name of
Secured Party)                .

4.   Service of Exhibit A was effected on the secured party on   (day)  
day of     (month)     ,   (year)   by   (Type of delivery method)    as
evidenced by the proof of service attached to this declaration and marked
as Exhibit B.  (Attach post office receipt or affidavit verifying service
in some other authorized manner.)

5.   The prescribed 40-day period for submitting a Change Notice or Order
of the Court for registration has expired.

6.   I have the authority to submit for registration a Change Notice
pursuant to section 49 of the Personal Property Security Act.

AND I MAKE THIS SOLEMN DECLARATION CONSCIENTIOUSLY BELIEVING IT TO BE TRUE
AND KNOWING THAT IT IS OF THE SAME FORCE AND EFFECT AS IF MADE UNDER OATH.

Declared before me                                                         )
at the            of                                                                 )
in the province of                                                         )                    (Signature)   
on   (day)   day of     (month)    ,   (year)     )


     FORM 21
A    
GOVERNMENT SERVICES 
Personal Property Registry
Civil Enforcement Act

     Writ of Enforcement
     Financing Statement

                                                                                     Type of Judgment
(Court Location)              (Court File No.)                   Crown
                                                                                          Employment Standards
                                                                                          Other

This Writ authorizes enforcement proceedings in accordance with the Civil
Enforcement Act.  The particulars of the Writ are as follows:

Debtor
Select one          Business            Individual
                                                                      (Occupation)   
     Birthdate
     (if known)
(Business Name or Last Name)  (First Name)  (Middle Name)  (Sex M/F)  (dd/mm/yy)

(Street Address)                             (City)              (Province)               (Postal Code)
Creditor

Select one          Business            Individual

(Personal
Property Registry
(PPR) Party Code)  (Business Name or Last Name)  (First Name)    (Middle
Name)

(Street Address)                             (City)              (Province)               (Postal Code)

          Additional Debtors and Creditors and/or other information listed on
attached addendum.

          If claiming priority based on an Attachment Order or partial
Assignment, indicate previous PPR Registration Number.      

Date of Judgment (or date Judgment effective, if different)
 (day)  day of  (month) ,  (year) .

This Writ is issued for the amount of the judgment plus costs and interest.

Original Judgment                  $                   
Post Judgment Interest             $                   
Costs                                        $                        Issued this  (day)  day of  (month) ,  (year) .
Current Amount Owing     $                                       (Clerk of the Court)     

Solicitor/Agent

(PPR Party Code)              (Name in Full) 

(Street Address)                                       (City)                   (Province)               (Postal Code)

(Telephone No.)          (Fax No.)      (Call Box)          (Your Reference
No.)

To Register Against Serial # Goods at Personal Property Registry, Complete
the Following:

Serial No. (Only applicable
to serial no. goods,
e.g. motor vehicles)                    (YYYY)         Make and Model Category
     
     

                                                  (Name of Person
Authorized     
(Authorized Signature)          to Complete this form (PRINT))


     FORM 22
A    Writ of Enforcement Addendum
GOVERNMENT SERVICES Financing Statement
Personal Property Registry    
Civil Enforcement Act    (Court File No.)

Debtor
Select one          Business            Individual
                                                                      (Occupation)   
     Birthdate
     (if known)
(Business Name or Last Name)  (First Name)  (Middle Name) (Sex M/F)   (dd/mm/yy) 

(Street Address)                             (City)              (Province)               (Postal Code)

(Debtor's Block No. (if adding alias))

Debtor
Select one          Business            Individual
                                                                      (Occupation)   
     Birthdate
     (if known)
(Business Name or Last Name) (First Name)  (Middle Name)  (Sex M/F)   (dd/mm/yy) 

(Street Address)                             (City)              (Province)               (Postal Code)

(Debtor's Block No. (if adding alias))

Creditor

Select one          Business            Individual

(Personal
Property Registry
(PPR) Party Code)  (Business Name or Last Name)  (First Name)    (Middle
Name)

(Street Address)                             (City)              (Province)               (Postal Code)

Creditor

Select one          Business            Individual

(PPR Party Code)  (Business Name or Last Name)  (First Name)     (Middle
Name)

(Street Address)                             (City)              (Province)               (Postal Code)

Additional Information


     FORM 23
A    Status Report
GOVERNMENT SERVICES Financing Change Statement
Personal Property Registry    
Civil Enforcement Act
     (Latest PPR Registration No.)

Identification of Registration or Amendments
    
Current Debtor

(Business Name or Last Name)                      (First Name)   (Middle Name)

Current Creditor

(Business Name or Last Name)                      (First Name)   (Middle Name)

Type of Registration:        Renewal        Change     Change in Amount
Current Amount Owing               Costs     Post Judgment Interest
$                                                 $                                             $   

Deletions

Debtor
Select one          Business            Individual
     Birthdate
  (Block No.)  (if known)
(Business Name or Last Name)  (First Name)  (Middle Name)  (Sex M/F)  (dd/mm/yy)


Creditor

Select one          Business            Individual

(Block No.)    (Business Name or Last Name)  (First Name)   (Middle Name)

Serial Number Goods

(Block No.)    (Serial No.)             (YYYY)    (Make and Model)    (Category)

Additions (if adding as alias, indicate Debtor's Block No.)

Debtor
Select one          Business            Individual
     Birthdate
     (if known)
(Business Name or Last Name)  (First Name)  (Middle Name)  (Sex M/F)  (dd/mm/yy)

                                                                                     (Debtor's Block No.)
(Occupation)                                                                          (if adding alias)  

(Street Address)                             (City)              (Province)               (Postal Code)

Creditor

Select one          Business            Individual

(Personal
Property Registry
(PPR) Party Code)  (Business Name or Last Name)  (First Name)    (Middle
Name)

(Street Address)                             (City)              (Province)               (Postal Code)

Serial Number Goods

(Serial No.)                       (YYYY)              (Make and
Model)    (Category)

          Total Discharge (This will permanently remove all record of
registration(s).)
          Deletion and Additional Debtors, Creditors and/or other
information listed on attached addendum.
          Deletion and Addition to Solicitor/Agent listed on attached
addendum.
                                                  (Name of Person
Authorized     
(Authorized Signature)          to Complete this form (PRINT))


     FORM 24
A    Status Report Addendum
GOVERNMENT SERVICES Financing Change Statement
Personal Property Registry    
Civil Enforcement Act

Deletions

Debtor

Select one          Business            Individual

(Block No.)    (Business Name or Last Name)  (First Name)   (Middle Name)

Creditor

Select one          Business            Individual

(Block No.)    (Business Name or Last Name)  (First Name)   (Middle Name)

Serial Number Goods

(Block No.)    (Serial No.)             (YYYY)    (Make and Model)    (Category)

Solicitor/Agent

(Name in Full) 

Additions (if adding alias, indicate Debtor's Block No.)

Debtor
Select one          Business            Individual
     Birthdate
     (if known)
(Business Name or Last Name)  (First Name)  (Middle Name)  (Sex M/F)  (dd/mm/yy) 

                                                                                     (Debtor's Block No.)
(Occupation)                                                                          (if adding alias)  

(Street Address)                             (City)              (Province)               (Postal Code)

Creditor

Select one          Business            Individual

(Personal
Property Registry
(PPR) Party Code)  (Business Name or Last Name)  (First Name)    (Middle
Name)

(Street Address)                             (City)              (Province)               (Postal Code)

Serial Number Goods

(Serial No.)                                      (YYYY)    (Make and Model)    (Category)

New Solicitor/Agent

(PPR Party Code)         (Name in Full)      

(Street Address)                             (City)              (Province)               (Postal Code)

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

                                                  (Name of Person
Authorized     
(Authorized Signature)          to Complete this form (PRINT))


     FORM 25
A    Attachment Order
GOVERNMENT SERVICES Financing Statement
Personal Property Registry

                                                       (Court
Location) Court File No.
This form authorizes enforcement proceedings in accordance with the Civil
Enforcement Act.  The particulars of the Attachment Order are as follows:

Defendant
Select one          Business            Individual
                                                                      (Occupation)   
     Birthdate
     (if known)
(Business Name or Last Name)  (First Name)  (Middle Name)  (Sex M/F)  (dd/mm/yy) 

(Street Address)                             (City)              (Province)               (Postal Code)

Plaintiff

Select one          Business            Individual

(Personal
Property Registry
(PPR) Party Code)  (Business Name  or Last Name)  (First Name)   (Middle
Name)

(Street Address)                             (City)              (Province)               (Postal Code)

          Additional Defendants and                         Date
Attachment Order Granted Plaintiffs and/or other  or date effective (if
different)
     information listed on attached       (dd/mm/yyyy)    
     addendum. Amount of Attachment Order
       $                   

Solicitor/Agent

(PPR Party Code)         (Name in Full) 

(Street Address)                             (City)              (Province)               (Postal Code)

(Telephone No.)               (Fax No.)           (Call Box No.) (Reference No.)

To Register Against Serial Number Goods at Personal Property Registry (as
described in Attachment Order)

Serial Number                                     (YYYY)    Make and Model Category
(only applicable to serial no.
goods e.g. motor vehicles)
     
     

To Register Against Other Personal Property (as described in the Attachment
Order)
     
     

                                                  (Name of Person
Authorized     
(Authorized Signature)          to Complete this form (PRINT))


     FORM 26
A    Attachment Order Addendum
GOVERNMENT SERVICES Financing Statement
Personal Property Registry
     (Court File No.)

Defendant

Select one          Business            Individual
                                                                      (Occupation)   
     Birthdate
     (if known)
(Business Name or Last Name)  (First Name)  (Middle Name) (Sex M/F)   (dd/mm/yy) 

(Street Address)                             (City)              (Province)     (Postal Code)

(Defendant's Block No. (if adding alias))

Defendant

Select one          Business            Individual
                                                                      (Occupation)   
     Birthdate
     (if known)
(Business Name or Last Name)  (First Name)  (Middle Name)  (Sex M/F)  (dd/mm/yy)

(Street Address)                             (City)              (Province)     (Postal Code)

(Defendant's Block No. (if adding alias))

Plaintiff

Select one          Business            Individual

(Personal
Property Registry
(PPR) Party Code)  (Business Name or Last Name)  (First Name)    (Middle
Name)

(Street Address)                             (City)                   (Province)     (Postal Code)

Plaintiff

Select one          Business            Individual

(PPR Party Code)  (Business Name or Last Name)  (First Name)     (Middle
Name)

(Street Address)                             (City)                   (Province)     (Postal Code)

          Additional Information


     FORM 27
A    Maintenance Order
GOVERNMENT SERVICES Financing Statement
Personal Property Registry

                                                  (Court
Location) Court File No.
Debtor

     Individual               (Occupation)   

     Birthdate
     (if known)
(Last Name)     (First Name)     (Middle Name)     (Sex M/F)     (dd/mm/yy)

(Street Address)                             (City)              (Province)     (Postal Code)

Creditor

     Individual

(Last Name)                                  (First Name)   (Middle
Name)

Date of Order                                                                   Current Amount      
(or date order effective, if different)                          Owing
               (dd/mm/yy)                                        $                                       

Additional Information


Caution:  If your personal address and telephone number are confidential,
you are required to provide an address where notices and proceed
entitlements can be sent to you.

Creditor/Solicitor/Agent

(Personal
Property Registry
(PPR) Party Code)        (Name in Full) 

(Street Address)                                  (City)                   (Province)               (Postal Code)

(Telephone No.)               (Fax No.)      (Call Box No.) (Reference No.)

To Register Against Serial Number Goods at Personal Property Registry,
Complete the Following:

Serial Number                                     (YYYY)    Make and Model Category
(only applicable to serial no.
goods e.g. motor vehicles)
     
     

                                                  (Name of Person
Authorized     
(Authorized Signature)          to Complete this form (PRINT))


     FORM 28
A         

GOVERNMENT SERVICES                                                
Personal Property Registry    Civil Enforcement Agency File Number

     Warrant
     (Garage Keepers' Lien Act)

TO:                 (Name and address of Civil Enforcement Agency)    

You are hereby instructed to seize the following vehicle:
Make                                                                  Model                              
Serial number                                                         License number      
the property of            (Name and Address of Owner) 
now in the possession of   (Name and address of party in possession  . 
This vehicle is subject to a garage keeper's lien registered in the
Personal Property Registry on the   (day)   day of   (month)  ,   (year)  
as Registration Number                 .  Seizure is instructed to realize
the sum of $         plus costs claimed by   (Name of Creditor)   for:

(Please indicate with an X the reason for the claim.)

          storage of motor vehicle or farm vehicle or a part of a motor vehicle
or a farm vehicle
          repair of a motor vehicle or farm vehicle or a part of a motor
vehicle or farm vehicle
          maintenance of a motor vehicle or farm vehicle or a part of a motor
vehicle or a farm vehicle
          price of accessories or parts furnished for a motor vehicle or farm
vehicle or a part of a motor vehicle or a farm vehicle
          possession of the motor vehicle or farm vehicle was surrendered to
the owner or the owner's agent on  
          repairs were completed to the motor vehicle, farm vehicle or part of
a motor vehicle or farm vehicle where the vehicle was not at the time of
repair in the possession of the garage keeper on  
          accessories or parts were furnished to the motor vehicle or farm
vehicle on     

Dated this   (day)   day of   (month)  ,  (year)  at     (city)   , Alberta

       (Signature of Instructing Garage Keeper or
       Authorized Agent)  

  (Print Name of Instructing Garage Keeper or Authorized Agent)  
  (Address of Instructing Garage Keeper or Authorized Agent)     
     (City)    ,                   (Province)                         (Postal Code)    
     (Telephone Number)                                     (Fax number)        


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     Alberta Regulation 232/2002

     Municipal Government Act

     ELECTRIC ENERGY GENERATION EXEMPTION REGULATION

     Filed: November 5, 2002

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 508/2002) on November 5,
2002 pursuant to section 603 of the Municipal Government Act.


1   Notwithstanding sections 358, 359.1(4) and 359.2(4) of the Act, the
Minister may in respect of a taxation year, to any extent the Minister
considers appropriate, exempt electric power systems intended for or used
in the generation of electricity from taxation for the purpose of raising
revenue needed to pay the requisitions referred to in section 326(a)(ii)
and (iii) of the Act.


2   The Electric Energy Generation Exemption Regulation (AR 318/2000) is
repealed.


3   This Regulation is repealed in accordance with section 603(2) of the
Act.


4   This Regulation comes into force on January 1, 2003.


     Alberta Regulation 233/2002

     Municipal Government Act

     EXTENSION OF LINEAR PROPERTY REGULATION

     Filed:  November 5, 2002

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 509/2002) on November 5,
2002 pursuant to section 603 of the Municipal Government Act.


1   Notwithstanding section 284(1)(k)(i) of the Act, linear property is to
be construed as including an electric power system intended for or used in
the generation of electricity owned or operated by a person whose rates are
not controlled or set by the Public Utilities Board or by a municipality or
under the Small Power Research and Development Act but not including,
unless the Minister otherwise directs, an electric power system that is
owned or operated by a person generating or proposing to generate
electricity solely for the person's own use.


2   The Extension of Linear Property Regulation (AR 319/2000) is repealed.


3   This Regulation is repealed in accordance with section 603(2) of the
Act.


4   This Regulation comes into force on January 1, 2003.


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     Alberta Regulation 234/2002

     Municipal Government Act

     PLANNING EXEMPTION AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  November 5, 2002

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 510/2002) on November 5,
2002 pursuant to section 618 of the Municipal Government Act.


1   The Planning Exemption Regulation (AR 223/2000) is amended by this
Regulation.


2   The following is added after section 4:

Application re development
     4.1   Part 17 of the Act, except sections 661 to 677, and the
regulations do not apply to a development of lands and buildings for the
purpose of a kindergarten to grade 9 school to be operated by the Regional
Authority of the Greater North Central Francophone Education Region No. 2
or its successor, where the lands and buildings are within the area
described as follows:

          Commencing at the southeast corner of Plan 992 3450, Block 9,
Lot 107 MR, northerly along the boundary of said lot and Plan 982 0718, Lot
108 MR a distance of 20.535 meters, then at a bearing of 87 degrees, 27
minutes and 38 seconds westerly for 13.601 meters, then at a bearing of 357
degrees, 27 minutes, 38 seconds northerly 33.835 meters, then at a bearing
of 87 degrees, 27 minutes, 38 seconds westerly for a distance of 99.372
meters, then at a bearing of 13 degrees, 1 minute, 0 seconds southwesterly
for 42.9 meters, then at a bearing of 139 degrees, 27 minutes, 0 seconds
southeasterly for 10.760 meters, then south at a bearing of 3 degrees, 40
minutes, 30 seconds for 44.523 meters to a point intersecting the south
boundary of Plan 992 3450, Block 9, Lot 107 MR, along the said south
boundary northeasterly to the point of commencement, containing .937
hectares more or less.


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     Alberta Regulation 235/2002

     Podiatry Act

     REGULATION TO AMEND THE BY-LAWS OF THE
     ALBERTA PODIATRY ASSOCIATION

     Filed:  November 5, 2002

Made by the Alberta Podiatry Association on October 4, 2002 and approved by
the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 513/2002) on November 5, 2002
pursuant to section 4 of the Podiatry Act.


1   The By-laws of the Alberta Podiatry Association (AR 195/65) are amended
by this Regulation.


2   Section 2 is amended by repealing by-law III and substituting the
following:

     III  Fees, Dues and Fiscal Year:

               (a)  In accordance with section 4(1)(e) of the Podiatry
Act, the Association fixes the following fees:

                         (i)  the membership fee for the year ending
December 31, 2002 is $2000;

                         (ii) the membership fee for the year ending
December 31, 2003 is $2400;

                         (iii)     the membership fee for the year ending
December 31, 2004 is $2800;

                         (iv) the fee for an interim licence or
temporary membership is, for each quarter of the fiscal year, 35% of the
annual fee set out in subclause (i), (ii) or (iii);

                         (v)  the fee for the issuance of a
certificate of registration is $500.

               (b)  Fees are payable to the secretary-treasurer of the
Association.

               (c)  The fiscal year of the Association is January 1 to
December 31.


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     Alberta Regulation 236/2002

     Feeder Associations Guarantee Act

     FEEDER ASSOCIATIONS GUARANTEE AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  November 5, 2002

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 515/2002) on November 5,
2002 pursuant to section 5 of the Feeder Associations Guarantee Act.


1   The Feeder Associations Guarantee Regulation (AR 75/98) is amended by
this Regulation.


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

     (3.1)  Notwithstanding anything in this section, in the case of a
feeder agreement for bred heifers that has a contract due date that falls
in 2002, the feeder association may, at the request of the feeder, agree in
writing to extend the contract due date to not later than December 31,
2003.


     Alberta Regulation 237/2002

     Government Organization Act

     AGRICULTURE, FOOD AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT
     GRANT AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  November 5, 2002

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 516/2002) on November 5,
2002 pursuant to section 13 of the Government Organization Act.


1   The Agriculture, Food and Rural Development Grant Regulation (AR 58/98)
is amended by this Regulation.


2   Section 8 is amended by striking out "December 31, 2002" and
substituting "March 31, 2010".


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     Alberta Regulation 238/2002

     Livestock Diseases Act

     DESTRUCTION AND DISPOSAL OF DEAD ANIMALS
     AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  November 5, 2002

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 517/2002) on November 5,
2002 pursuant to section 12 of the Livestock Diseases Act.


1   The Destruction and Disposal of Dead Animals Regulation (AR 229/2000)
is amended by this Regulation.


2   Section 2 is amended

     (a)  in subsection (2) by striking out "that can be spread by
scavengers or insects";

     (b)  in subsection (4)(a)(i) by adding ", unless subsection (4.1)
applies" after "2500 kg";

     (c)  by repealing subsection (4)(a)(iii)(A) and substituting the
following:

               (A)  a minimum of one metre of compacted soil, or

     (d)  by adding the following after subsection (4):

     (4.1)  Where because of flood, fire, starvation or other similar
disaster there are multiple deaths of animals and the weight of the dead
animals exceeds 2500 kg, the animals may be buried in a farm pit subject to
the approval of and in accordance with the direction of a veterinary
inspector appointed under the Livestock Diseases Act.


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     Alberta Regulation 239/2002

     Electric Utilities Act

     BILLING ACCURACY DEFICIENCY CORRECTION REGULATION

     Filed:  November 5, 2002

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 520/2002) on November 5,
2002 pursuant to section 72 of the Electric Utilities Act.


     Table of Contents

Definitions    1
Ministerial designation  2
Right to receive account 3
Customer complaints 4
Responding to complaints 5
When disputed account settled in customer's favour     6
Effect of large variations    7
Burden of proof     8
Duties and powers of the Board     9
Protection for customer  10
Costs     11
Resolving conflict  12
Expiry    13
Coming into force   14


Definitions
1   In this Regulation,

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

     (b)  "complaint" means a complaint under section 4 that the Board
decides warrants a review;

     (c)  "disputed account" means an account that is the subject of a
complaint;

     (d)  "eligible customer" has the meaning given to it in the
Regulated Rate Option Regulation (AR 132/2001);

     (e)  "regulated rate tariff provider" means a person designated by
the Minister under section 2(a).


Ministerial designation
2   For the purposes of this Regulation, the Minister may

     (a)  designate regulated rate tariff providers to whom this
Regulation applies, and

     (b)  specify the service area in respect of which this Regulation
applies.


Right to receive account
3(1)  Each eligible customer who purchases electricity services from a
regulated rate tariff provider has the right to receive an account from the
provider that accurately sets out the charges that the eligible customer is
to pay.

(2)  If the charges are based on estimates of electric energy consumption
made by the regulated rate tariff provider, the estimates must be fair and
reasonable.


Customer complaints
4(1)  An eligible customer of a regulated rate tariff provider may make a
complaint to the Board about an account from the regulated rate tariff
provider if the eligible customer reasonably and in good faith believes

     (a)  that the account does not accurately set out the charges that
the eligible customer should pay, or

     (b)  that, if the account is based on estimated electric energy
consumption, that the estimates are not fair and reasonable.

(2)  An eligible customer is not entitled to make a complaint about whether
the regulated rate tariff provider is authorized to charge the eligible
customer for services and other matters pursuant to the Regulated Rate
Option Regulation (AR 132/2001) or the Electric Utilities Act.

(3)  When making a complaint, the eligible customer must provide the Board
with any information the Board requires.


Responding to complaints
5(1)  If the Board decides that a complaint warrants a review, the Board
must send information about the complaint to the eligible customer's
regulated rate tariff provider.

(2)  On receipt of the information sent by the Board, the regulated rate
tariff provider must, within 60 days of receiving the information, satisfy
the Board that

     (a)  it accepts as accurate the eligible customer's estimate of
consumption of electric energy and has issued a replacement account based
on that estimate,

     (b)  it has issued a replacement account to the eligible customer
showing actual electric energy consumption, as evidenced by an actual meter
reading,

     (c)  the account is within a tolerance of 20% above or below the
average daily consumption of electric energy as set out in the disputed
account, as evidenced by an actual meter reading, or

     (d)  extenuating circumstances exist that justify the charges.


When disputed account settled in customer's favour
6   If the regulated rate tariff provider does not satisfy the Board within
60 days in accordance with section 5(2), the complaint is conclusively
settled in the eligible customer's favour and the regulated rate tariff
provider

     (a)  must issue a replacement account based on a customer supplied
meter reading,

     (b)  must provide the eligible customer with a credit of $75 on the
disputed account, or if that account is less than $75, the balance of that
credit must be applied to future accounts of the eligible customer, and

     (c)  must not require the eligible customer to pay or charge the
eligible customer any interest, penalty or other amount as a result of the
eligible customer not paying the disputed account.


Effect of large variations
7   If the average daily consumption of electric energy set out in a
replacement account issued under section 6 varies more than 20% above or
below the average daily consumption of electric energy set out in the
disputed account, the regulated rate tariff provider

     (a)  must provide the eligible customer with a credit of $75 on the
replacement account, or if the replacement account is less than $75, the
balance of that credit must be applied to future accounts of the eligible
customer, and

     (b)  must not require the eligible customer to pay or charge the
eligible customer any interest, penalty or other amount as a result of the
eligible customer not paying the amount of the disputed account.


Burden of proof
8   In proceedings before the Board, the regulated rate tariff provider has
the burden of proving that it has complied with this Regulation.


Duties and powers of the Board
9(1)  The Board must

     (a)  make or approve any tariffs, rules, procedures or practices it
considers necessary or appropriate to give effect to this Regulation, and

     (b)  resolve any issue arising from the interpretation or
application of this Regulation.

(2)  The Board may do any or all of the following:

     (a)  order that while a complaint remains unresolved, an eligible
customer is obligated to pay only the amount that the Board determines to
be fair and reasonable;

     (b)  make any order that it considers appropriate or necessary to
ensure that a regulated rate tariff provider complies with this Regulation;

     (c)  impose a fine on a regulated rate tariff provider of not more
than $100 000 a day for each day during which the regulated rate tariff
provider fails to comply with this Regulation or with an order of the
Board;

     (d)  order a regulated rate tariff provider to include a notice, in
the form and using the words specified by the Board, on all accounts sent
to eligible customers, about the rights and duties in this Regulation;

     (e)  dismiss a complaint and order that the existing terms and
conditions of a regulated rate tariff apply to the eligible customer;

     (f)  if a meter reading shows that a disputed account is reasonable,
and the Board considers the complaint to have been frivolous or vexatious,
order the eligible customer to pay an off-cycle meter reading charge of not
more than $75;

     (g)  from time to time assess its training, staff, administrative
and operational costs under this Regulation and direct a regulated rate
tariff provider, or if there is more than one, 2 or more providers, to pay
those costs in the amount and proportion specified in its order, giving
reasons for the apportionment.


Protection for customer
10(1)  While a disputed account remains unresolved, the regulated rate
tariff provider

     (a)  has no recourse against the eligible customer who made the
complaint by way of penalty, interest, service reduction, interruption or
stoppage or by other action, and

     (b)  may not take any action or provide any information that would
affect the eligible customer's historical credit rating.

(2)  No person may take or attempt to take any recourse described in
subsection (1) while a disputed account remains unresolved.


Costs
11(1)  A regulated rate tariff provider is not entitled to recover and the
Board may not permit the recovery of any costs referred to in section
9(2)(g) or under subsection (2) by or through a regulated rate tariff or
any other tariff or by any other means, directly or indirectly.

(2)  All costs payable or incurred by a regulated rate tariff provider as a
result of the administration, operation, implementation and compliance with
this Regulation are to be paid by the regulated rate tariff provider who
incurs them.


Resolving conflict
12   In the event of a conflict or inconsistency between this Regulation
and any other regulation, tariff or agreement, this Regulation prevails.


Expiry
13   This Regulation is made under section 72(1) of the Electric Utilities
Act and is repealed in accordance with section 72(2) of that Act.


Coming into force
14   This Regulation comes into force on December 2, 2002 and applies only
to accounts issued by a regulated rate tariff provider on or after that
date.


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     Alberta Regulation 240/2002

     Electric Utilities Act

     TRANSMISSION ADMINISTRATOR TARIFF DEFICIENCY
     CORRECTION REGULATION

     Filed:  November 5, 2002

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 521/2002) on November 5,
2002 pursuant to section 72 of the Electric Utilities Act.



1   When considering whether to approve the tariff of the Transmission
Administrator that is to have effect for the year 2003, the Alberta Energy
and Utilities Board must include in that tariff the ability of the
Transmission Administrator to recover an amount equal to

     (a)  the aggregate of

               (i)  the price paid by the Power Pool Council or its
subsidiary to acquire the shares of ESBI Alberta Ltd.,

               (ii) all reasonable transition costs incurred by the
Power Pool Council or its subsidiary related to acquisition of the shares
of ESBI Alberta Ltd., and

               (iii)     any additional income or corporate taxes payable by
the Transmission Administrator as a result of including the price referred
to in subclause (i) and the costs referred to in subclause (ii) in the
Transmission Administrator's tariff,

          less

     (b)  any management fees collected by the Transmission Administrator
after the date on which the Power Pool Council or its subsidiary acquires
the shares of ESBI Alberta Ltd.



2   The Transmission Administrator must recover the price referred to in
section 1(a)(i) and the costs referred to in section 1(a)(ii) after the
payment of the additional income or corporate taxes referred to in section
1(a)(iii).



3   The Transmission Administrator's tariff is not unjust or unreasonable
simply because it includes the amount referred to in section 1.



4   This Regulation is made under section 72(1) of the Electric Utilities
Act and is repealed in accordance with section 72(2) of that Act.


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     Alberta Regulation 241/2002

     Mines and Minerals Act

     PETROLEUM ROYALTY AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  November 5, 2002

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 522/2002) on November 5,
2002 pursuant to sections 5 and 36 of the Mines and Minerals Act.


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


2   Section 1 is amended

     (a)  in subsection (1)(d) by repealing subclause (iv) and
substituting the following:

               (iv) the unit area under a unit agreement or unit
operation order,

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

               (j.1)     "solution gas" means the gaseous component of
petroleum;

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

     (1.1)  A reference in this Regulation to a month, whether by its name
or not, shall be construed as the period commencing at 7:00 a.m. Mountain
Standard Time on the first day of the month and ending immediately before
7:00 a.m. Mountain Standard Time on the first day of the next month.


3   Section 2 is repealed and the following is substituted:

Royalty
     2(1)  The royalty reserved to the Crown on petroleum recovered from a
well event pursuant to an agreement granting petroleum and natural gas
rights, petroleum rights or natural gas rights shall be

               (a)  that part of the crude oil obtained from the
petroleum in each month calculated

                         (i)  where sections 4, 5 and 5.2 do not
apply, in accordance with Schedule 1,

                         (ii) where section 4 applies, in accordance
with section 4,

                         (iii)     where section 5 applies, in accordance
with section 5, or

                         (iv) where section 5.2 applies, in
accordance with section 5.2,

               and

               (b)  that part of the solution gas obtained from the
petroleum in each month, calculated in accordance with the Natural Gas
Royalty Regulation, 2002

     (2)  The royalty on crude oil and solution gas shall be free and
clear of all deductions.


4   Section 5 is amended

     (a)  in subsection (2)(c)(i) by striking out "an oil well" and
substituting "a well";

     (b)  in subsection (2)(c) by repealing subclause (iii.1) and
substituting the following:

               (iii.1)   a well in respect of which royalty has been
exempted pursuant to the Reactivated Well Royalty Exemption Regulation (AR
352/92) for crude oil produced from that well, or

     (c)  in subsection (5.1)(a) by repealing subclause (ii) and
substituting the following:

               (ii) the unit area under a unit agreement or unit
operation order;


5   Section 7 is amended in subsection (2)

     (a)  by striking out "the area of a unit operation" and substituting
"the unit area under a unit agreement or unit operation order";

     (b)  by striking out "the area of the unit operation" wherever it
occurs and substituting "the unit area".


6   Section 8 is amended by striking out "unit operation, the area of the
unit" and substituting "unit agreement or unit operation order, the unit
area under the unit agreement or order".


7   Section 11.1(1)(e) is amended by striking out "the Province of".


8   Sections 12 to 20.1 are repealed.


9   Section 21 is repealed and the following is substituted:

Responsibility of operator
     21   Where petroleum is recovered from a well in a month pursuant to
an agreement, the person who is the operator of the well for that month
according to the records of the Department is responsible as the agent of
the lessee of the agreement for the delivery of the Crown's royalty share
of crude oil payable under the agreement in respect of that month.


10   Schedules 4 and 5 are repealed.


     Alberta Regulation 242/2002

     Cooperatives Act

     COOPERATIVES AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  November 6, 2002

Made by the Minister of Government Services (M.O. C:009/02) on November 4,
2002 pursuant to sections 434(2)(e) and 446(a) and (b) of the Cooperatives
Act.



1   The Cooperatives Regulation (AR 55/2002) is amended by this Regulation.


2   The following is added after section 42:

Continuance
     42.1   Where articles submitted for continuance under section 434 of
the Act effect a change in general content from any of the association's
memorandum of association, the supplemental bylaws or the applicable
standard bylaws under the former Act, the articles must be approved by the
members by special resolution, and the articles must be accompanied with
proof of the approval satisfactory to the Director.


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     Alberta Regulation 243/2002

     Marketing of Agricultural Products Act

     ALBERTA PORK PRODUCERS' AUTHORIZATION
     AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  November 12, 2002

Made by the Alberta Agricultural Products Marketing Council on April 25,
2002 pursuant to sections 26 and 27 of the Marketing of Agricultural
Products Act.


1   The Alberta Pork Producers' Authorization Regulation (AR 281/96) is
amended by this Regulation.


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

     (f)  providing for

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

               (ii) the taking of legal action to enforce payment of
the service charges and licence fees, as the case may be;

     Alberta Regulation 244/2002

     Marketing of Agricultural Products Act

     ALBERTA VEGETABLE GROWERS (PROCESSING) BOARD
     AUTHORIZATION AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  November 12, 2002

Made by the Alberta Agricultural Products Marketing Council on September
17, 2002 pursuant to sections 26 and 27 of the Marketing of Agricultural
Products Act.


1   The Alberta Vegetable Growers (Processing) Board Authorization
Regulation (AR 282/97) is amended by this Regulation.


2   Section 6 is amended by striking out "December 31, 2002" and
substituting "June 30, 2007".


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     Alberta Regulation 245/2002

     Marketing of Agricultural Products Act

     ALBERTA VEGETABLE GROWERS (PROCESSING) PRODUCTION
     AND MARKETING AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  November 12, 2002

Made by the Alberta Vegetable Growers (Processing) on September 27, 2002
pursuant to sections 26 and 27 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products
Act.


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


2   Section 31 is amended by striking out "December 31, 2002" and
substituting "June 30, 2007".


     Alberta Regulation 246/2002

     Marketing of Agricultural Products Act

     VEGETABLE NEGOTIATING AGENCY AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  November 12, 2002

Made by the Alberta Agricultural Products Marketing Council on September
17, 2002 pursuant to section 33 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products
Act.


1   The Vegetable Negotiating Agency Regulation (AR 63/94) is amended by
this Regulation.


2   Section 42 is amended by striking out "December 31, 2002" and
substituting "June 30, 2007".


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     Alberta Regulation 247/2002

     Marketing of Agricultural Products Act

     POTATO GROWERS OF ALBERTA PLEBISCITE REGULATION

     Filed:  November 12, 2002

Made by the Alberta Agricultural Products Marketing Council on October 30,
2002 pursuant to sections 13 and 25 of the Marketing of Agricultural
Products Act.


     Table of Contents

Definitions    1
Council to conduct plebiscite 2
Basic criteria for a plebiscite    3
Registration with the Council 4
Holding of plebiscite    5
Eligible voters     6
Returning officer   7
Duties of returning officer   8
Non-receipt of ballot, etc.   9
Requirement to observe the rules   10
Receipt of ballots by returning officer 11
Ballot count   12
Report of results   13
Recount   14
Destruction of ballots   15
Direction of returning officer     16
Substantial compliance   17
Expiry    18

Schedule


Definitions
1   In this Regulation,

     (a)  "ballot" means a ballot referred to in Form 3 of the Schedule;

     (b)  "Board" means the Potato Growers of Alberta as defined in the
Potato Growers of Alberta Plan Regulation;

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

     (d)  "eligible producer" means a person described in section 3(a)
who is eligible to vote in the plebiscite;

     (e)  "licensed producer" means a producer who holds a producer
license issued by the Board;

     (f)  "Plan" means the revised Potato Growers of Alberta Plan
referred to in section 3 of the revised Potato Growers of Alberta Plan
Regulation;

     (g)  "plebiscite" means a plebiscite referred to in section 3;

     (h)  "producer" means a producer as defined in the Plan;

     (i)  "regulated product" means potatoes;

     (j)  "relevant period" means anytime between January 1, 2002 and
October 31, 2002;

     (k)  "revised Potato Growers of Alberta Plan Regulation" means the
proposed replacement for the Potato Growers of Alberta Plan Regulation (AR
274/97).


Council to conduct plebiscite
2   The Council must, subject to this Regulation, conduct a plebiscite of
the licensed producers and laboratory and greenhouse potato growers to
determine whether they are in favour of the revised Potato Growers of
Alberta Plan Regulation.


Basic criteria for a plebiscite
3   For the purposes of conducting a plebiscite,

     (a)  subject to section 6, a person must be a licensed producer
during the relevant period or establish that the person grew the regulated
product in a greenhouse or laboratory during the relevant period,

     (b)  a sufficient number of eligible producers is not less than 35%
of the eligible licensed producers during the relevant period, and

     (c)  a sufficient portion of the regulated product on the relevant
period is not less than 50% of the total amount of the regulated product
that was capable of being produced on field acres during the relevant
period.


Registration with the Council
4(1)  For the purposes of the plebiscite, an eligible producer has
voluntarily registered with the Council if the eligible producer has signed
for and received a ballot from the returning officer  not later than 11:00
a.m. on November 15, 2002.

(2)  Notwithstanding subsection (1), an eligible producer is not registered
pursuant to subsection (1) if that eligible producer is not on the list of
licensed producers and cannot adequately verify to the satisfaction of the
returning officer that that producer is eligible to vote under this
Regulation.

Holding of plebiscite
5(1)  If

     (a)  a sufficient number of eligible producers as prescribed under
section 3(b) have registered with the Council under section 4, and

     (b)  those eligible producers who have registered with the Council
under section 4 were collectively capable of producing a sufficient portion
of the regulated product as prescribed under section 3(c),

the Council shall be considered to have caused a plebiscite to have been
held and the returning officer must, subject to this Regulation, count the
ballots cast in the plebiscite.

(2)  A ballot is cast in the plebiscite by an eligible producer if the
returning officer has, not later than 11:00 a.m. on November 15, 2002,
received from the eligible producer a ballot.

(3) For the purpose of this plebiscite a polling station where eligible
producers may contact the returning officer to register, receive ballots
and cast ballots will be open between 10:00 a.m and 5:00 p.m on November
14, 2002 and between 8:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. on November 15, 2002 at the
Board's annual general meeting in Red Deer, Alberta.

(4)  If

     (a)  a sufficient number of eligible licensed producers as
prescribed under section 3(b) have not registered with the Council under
section 4, or

     (b)  a sufficient number of eligible producers as prescribed under
section 3(b) have registered with the Council under section 4 but those
eligible producers are collectively not capable of producing a sufficient
portion of the regulated product as prescribed under section 3(c),

the plebiscite shall be considered not to have been held and the returning
officer shall not count the ballots.


Eligible voters
6(1)  Subject to subsection (7), a licensed producer who is an eligible
producer may vote in the plebiscite.

(2)  Subject to subsection (7), a non-licensed producer who produced the
regulated product in a greenhouse or laboratory during the relevant period
is an eligible producer and may vote in the plebiscite.

(3)  An eligible producer may vote only once in the plebiscite.

(4)  Subject to subsection (5), only an individual may vote in the
plebiscite.

(5)  For the purposes of the plebiscite, only one individual may vote as
the representative of a partnership, corporation or other recognized
business unit by the returning officer.

(6)  For the purposes of the plebiscite, a person may vote only once even
though that person may hold more than one license issued by the Board or
may produce any combination of field crops, laboratory crops or greenhouse
crops.

(7) Notwithstanding that Alberta Agriculture, Food and Rural Development
and Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada may hold a producer license or may
grow the regulated product in a greenhouse or laboratory, representatives
of those government research facilities are not eligible to vote in this
plebiscite.


Returning officer
7   The returning officer is a person so designated by the Council.


Duties of returning officer
8   The duties of the returning officer are

     (a)  to arrange for the printing of ballots;

     (b)  to obtain from the Board a complete list of names, addresses,
and license numbers, and potato field acres during the relevant period;

     (c)  to obtain from the Board a complete list of names and
addresses,  of non-licensed producers who produced the regulated product in
greenhouses or laboratories during the relevant period;

     (d)  when satisfied as to the accuracy and completeness of the list
obtained under clauses (b) and (c), to adopt the list,  subject to section
6, as the voters list of eligible producers;

     (e)  to cause to be available during the plebiscite to every person
on the voters list the following:

               (i)  the revised Potato Growers of Alberta Plan
Regulation;

               (ii) the letter of explanation as set out in Form 1 of
the Schedule;

               (iii)     the voting procedure as set out in Form 2 of the
Schedule;

               (iv) the ballot as set out in Form 3 of the Schedule;

     (f)  to establish a plebiscite polling station at the Board's annual
general meeting held on November 14 and 15, 2002 in Red Deer, Alberta so
that eligible producer may register, receive ballots and cast ballots;

     (g)  to investigate the name of any person on the voters list in the
event of any objection as to the eligibility of any voter, if the objection
is made in writing and received by the returning officer not later than
9:00 a.m. on November 15, 2002;

     (h)  to strike off from the voters list the name of any person who
the returning officer considers, after reasonable investigation, is not
eligible to vote and to so notify that person.


Non-receipt of ballot, etc.
9(1)  If a person

     (a)  is on the voters list but has not received a ballot from the
returning officer or has lost the ballot, and

     (b)  desires to exercise the right to vote,

that person may apply to the returning officer not later than 9:00 a.m. on
November 15, 2002 for a ballot.

(2)  If a person makes an application under subsection (1), the returning
officer may supply a ballot to that person if the returning officer is
satisfied that the person

     (a)  does not have a ballot but is entitled to vote in the
plebiscite, and

     (b)  has not previously voted in the plebiscite.


Requirement to observe the rules
10   A person shall not vote unless that person complies with the
requirements of this Regulation and observes the voting procedures set out
in the Schedule.


Receipt of ballots by returning officer
11(1)  On receiving a ballot, the returning officer must place the ballot
in the voting box.

(2)  The returning officer may reject any ballot that, in the opinion of
the returning officer, appears to have been tampered with.


Ballot count
12(1)  After the ballots have been placed in the voting box under section
11, the returning officer must, after 11:00 a.m. on November 15, 2002, open
the voting box and count the ballots contained in the box in the presence
of at least 2 other persons.

(2)  The returning officer must reject any ballot

     (a)  that is received after 11:00 a.m. on November 15, 2002,

     (b)  that has not been supplied by the returning officer, or

     (c)  that, in the opinion of the returning officer, does not clearly
indicate the voter's choice.


Report of results
13(1)  The returning officer must report the results of the vote to the
Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Development, the Council and the
Board.

(2)  The returning officer must announce the results of the vote prior to
the close of the Board's annual general meeting on November 15, 2002 and
publish a report of the results of the vote as soon as practical after the
counting of the ballots and post it on the Internet at
www.agric.gov.ab.ca/potato.html.


Recount
14(1)  Any eligible producer who is on the voters list may apply in writing
to the returning officer for a recount.

(2)  An application for a recount must be made to the returning officer by
November 22, 2002.

(3)  If a recount is to be conducted

     (a)  the recount must be conducted by the returning officer on or
before November 25, 2002, and

     (b)  the producer who requested the recount may be present at the
recount.


Destruction of ballots
15   The returning officer must destroy all ballots on or after 30th day
from the day that the returning officer posts the results of the
plebiscite, unless otherwise directed by a court or the Council.


Direction of returning officer
16   The returning officer may issue any further directions and take any
other actions as may, in the opinion of the returning officer, be necessary
for the proper conduct of the plebiscite.


Substantial compliance
17   A proceeding that is in substantial compliance with this Regulation is
not open to objection on the ground that it is not in strict compliance
with this Regulation.


Expiry
18   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be repassed in
its present or an amended form following a review, this Regulation expires
on January 31, 2003.


     Schedule

     Form 1
     Letter of Explanation

To:  Alberta Potato Producers

Subject:  Plebiscite on the revised Potato Growers of Alberta Plan
Regulation.

In accordance with the provisions of the Marketing of Agricultural Products
Act, the Alberta Agricultural Marketing Council is conducting a vote of
potato producers to determine if producers are in favour of the revised
Potato Growers of Alberta  Plan Regulation.

In order to be entitled to vote in this plebiscite, you must be an
"eligible producer".  An "eligible producer" is a producer who holds a
Potato Growers of Alberta producer license or produces potatoes in a
laboratory or a greenhouse anytime between January 1, 2002 and October 31,
2002.

The returning officer is not authorized to count the ballots unless the 2
following criteria have been met:

     (a)  at least 35% of all eligible licensed producer have registered
with the Alberta Agricultural Products Marketing Council (the Marketing
Council) for the purpose of voting in the plebiscite;

     (b)  those eligible producers who have registered with the Marketing
Council for the purposes of voting in the plebiscite are capable of
marketing at least 50% of the field acres during the 2002 growing season.

An eligible producer is considered to have registered with the Marketing
Council for the purpose of voting in the plebiscite if the eligible
producer has registered for and received a ballot from the returning
officer  not later than 11:00 a.m. on November 15, 2002.

Please read the outline for voting procedure carefully.  If you have any
questions regarding the procedure to be followed, contact the returning
officer at the polling station.

Please note that ballots must be received by the returning officer not
later than 11:00 a.m. on November 15, 2002.  To ensure that your ballot is
received prior to the deadline, please cast it as soon as possible.

The results of the vote will be announced prior to the close of the Potato
Growers of Alberta annual general meeting held November 15, 2002 and will
be posted on the Internet at www.agric.gov.ab.ca/potato.html.
                  (Returning officer)                 


     Form 2
     Outline of Voting Procedure

(1)  Every voter shall mark "X" in the appropriate space to indicate the
voter's preference of whether that voter favours the revised Potato Growers
of Alberta Plan Regulation.

     (a)  If you are in favour of the revised Potato Growers of Alberta 
Plan Regulation, you should indicate with an "X" on the "Yes" line

          example

     Ballot
     (Mark "X" to show your preference)


As a producer, I am in favour of the revised Potato Growers of Alberta Plan
Regulation:

Yes                                                                                       X    

No                                                                                                       




     (b)  If you are not in favour of the revised Potato Growers of
Alberta Plan Regulation, you should indicate with an "X" on the "No" line

          example

     Ballot
     (Mark "X" to show your preference)


As a producer, I am in favour of the revised Potato Growers of Alberta Plan
Regulation:

Yes                                                                                                 

No                                                                                             X    



(2)  Every marked ballot must be placed in the voting box.

Only ballots received by the returning officer not later than 11:00 a.m. on
November 15, 2002 will be accepted.


     Form 3
     Ballot


     Ballot
     (Mark "X" to show your preference)


As a producer, I am in favour of the revised Potato Growers of Alberta 
Plan Regulation:

Yes                                                                                                 

No                                                                                                       




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     Alberta Regulation 248/2002

     Vegetable Sales (Alberta) Act

     GRADES, PACKAGES AND FEES REGULATION

     Filed:  November 15, 2002

Made by the Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Development (M.O.
36,2002) on October 29, 2002 pursuant to section 3 of the Vegetable Sales
(Alberta) Act.


     Table of Contents

Interpretation  1
Application     2
Grades     3
Packages   4
Inspection fees      5
Appeal inspection fees    6
Inspection certificate fee     7
Expiry    8

Schedules


Interpretation
1(1)  In this Regulation,

     (a)  "condition defect" means any defect that may develop in
vegetables during storage or transit;

     (b)  "diameter" means the greatest width at right angles to the
longitudinal axis;

     (c)  "field cucumbers" means cucumbers that are not greenhouse
cucumbers;

     (d)  "field tomatoes" means tomatoes that are not greenhouse
tomatoes;

     (e)  "greenhouse cucumbers" means cucumbers that have been grown in
artificial conditions under glass or other protective covering;

     (f)  "greenhouse tomatoes" means tomatoes that have been grown in
artificial conditions under glass or other protective covering;

     (g)  "properly packed" with respect to vegetables means vegetables
that are packed in a package so that they are not slack, overpressed or in
a condition likely to result in damage during handling or in transit.

(2)  Definitions in section 1 of the Vegetable Sales Regulation (AR 105/97)
apply to this Regulation.


Application
2(1)  This Regulation applies to fresh vegetables grown in Alberta that are
to be sold in Alberta.

(2)  This Regulation does not apply to the following:

     (a)  seed potatoes in respect of which a certificate has been issued
pursuant to section 52(1) of the Seeds Regulations, C.R.C. 1978, c.1400
under the Seeds Act (Canada);

     (b)  banana type potatoes;

     (c)  carrots, beets and onions, the tops of which have not been
removed;

     (d)  vegetables consigned to a plant, factory or other place for
canning, freezing or other processing or preservation;

     (e)  vegetables sold by a producer directly to a consumer at a
farmers' market, the producer's farm or at another location.


Grades
3(1)  Subject to subsections (3) and (4), the grades for fresh vegetables
and the standards for those grades are set out in Schedule 1.

(2)  Condition defects affect the grade of fresh vegetables and are to be
taken into account

     (a)  at all times, for any lot of beets, cabbages, carrots, onions,
parsnips, potatoes or rutabagas, and

     (b)  at the time of shipping or repacking, for any lot of other
vegetables. 

(3)  Subject to subsection (4), a tolerance of 5% in addition to the
tolerances provided in Schedule 1 is allowed for condition defects but, in
the case of potatoes, not more than an additional 1% may be decay and, in
the case of the other vegetables, not more than an additional 2% may be
decay.

(4)  The additional tolerance allowed under subsection (3) does not apply
to beets, carrots, onions, parsnips, potatoes or rutabagas at the time of
shipping or at the time of repacking.


Packages
4   The requirements with respect to packages for fresh vegetables are as
follows:

     (a)  the package must be suitable for the vegetables;

     (b)  if the vegetables are listed in Schedule 2 and the vegetables
are prepackaged, the package must be of the size or weight set out in
column 2 of Schedule 2;

     (c)  if the vegetables are not listed in Schedule 2 and the package
contains not more than 1.36 kg net weight, the package must be a
transparent package or other closed package that allows the vegetables to
be readily visible;

     (d)  if the vegetables are visible in the package, the vegetables
that are visible must represent the grade, size, maturity, colour and
variety of the vegetables contained in the package;

     (e)  the package must not be stained, soiled, warped, broken or
damaged so as to affect the shipping quality or marketability of the
vegetables;

     (f)  if the package is a bag, the bag must be tightly and securely
closed;

     (g)  if the package contains potatoes or onions, the package must be
new;

     (h)  if the package is a bag that contains sweet corn, the bag must
be new and of open mesh type.


Inspection fees
5(1)  The fees for an inspection of fresh vegetables are

     (a)  $68 or $0.60 per 100 kg of vegetables inspected, whichever is
the greater amount, if the inspection is performed at the shipping point,
or

     (b)  $68 or $1.17 per 100 kg of vegetables inspected, whichever is
the greater amount, if the inspection is performed at a place other than
the shipping point,

plus any amount under subsection (2).

(2)  Reasonable travelling, telegram, telephone or other expenses incurred
in connection with the inspection of fresh vegetables are part of the
inspection fees.


Appeal inspection fees
6(1)  The fee for an appeal inspection referred to in section 18 of the
Vegetable Sales Regulation (AR 105/97) is the fee payable under section 5.

(2)  No fee is payable for an appeal inspection if the original inspection
is not confirmed.


Inspection certificate fee
7   The fee for additional copies of an inspection certificate under
section 24(2) of the Vegetable Sales Regulation (AR 105/97) is $2.


Expiry
8   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be re-passed
in its present or an amended form following a review, this Regulation
expires on March 31, 2006.


     SCHEDULE 1

     GRADES AND GRADE STANDARDS


1   In this Schedule, where a grade is described as a "Canada" grade, the
standards for that grade are those set out in the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable
Regulations, C.R.C. 1978, c.285 under the Canada Agricultural Products
Standards Act.

Asparagus

2   The grades for asparagus are Canada No. 1, Canada No. 1 Slender and
Canada No. 2.

Beets

3   The grades for beets are Canada No. 1 and Canada No. 2.

Brussels sprouts

4   The grades for brussels sprouts are Canada No. 1 and Canada No. 2.

Cabbages

5   The grades for cabbages are Canada No. 1 and Canada No. 2.

Carrots

6(1)  The grades for carrots are Canada No. 1, Canada No. 2 and Alberta No.
1 Small.

(2)  Alberta No. 1 Small is the grade for carrots that meet the following
standards:

     (a)  have similar varietal characteristics;

     (b)  are not woody in texture, broken, soft, flabby or shrivelled;

     (c)  are not trimmed into the crown but are so trimmed that the
length of the tops of 75% of the carrots does not exceed 13 mm and the
length of the tops of the remaining 25% of the carrots does not exceed 25
mm;

     (d)  are not rough, forked or misshapen and not materially affected
by secondary rootlets;

     (e)  are reasonably clean;

     (f)  are free from sunburn that

               (i)  extends more than 13 mm below the outer edge of the
crown, or

               (ii) affects more than 10% of the carrots in the lot,
other than sunburn affecting only the crown and not extending downward from
the outer edge of the crown;

     (g)  are free from decay;

     (h)  are free from any injury or defect, other than an injury or
defect referred to in clauses (b) to (g), that

               (i)  materially affects their appearance, edibility or
shipping quality, or

               (ii) cannot be removed without a loss of more than 5% of
the total weight of a carrot;

     (i)  have a minimum length of 89 mm;

     (j)  have a diameter that is not less than 13 mm and not greater
than 25 mm;

     (k)  are properly packed.

Cauliflower

7   The grades for cauliflower are Canada No. 1 and Canada No. 2.  
Celery

8   The grades for celery are Canada No. 1, Canada No. 1 Heart and Canada
No. 2.  

Sweet corn

9   The grade for sweet corn is Canada No. 1.

Field cucumbers

10   The grades for field cucumbers are Canada No. 1 and Canada No. 2.

Greenhouse cucumbers

11   The grades for greenhouse cucumbers are Canada No. 1 and Canada No. 2.

Head lettuce

12   The grades for head lettuce are Canada No. 1 and Canada No. 2.

Onions

13   The grades for onions are Canada No. 1, Canada No. 1 Pickling and
Canada No. 2.

Parsnips

14(1)  The grades for parsnips are Canada No. 1, Canada No. 2 and Alberta
No. 1 Small.

(2)  Alberta No. 1 Small is the grade for parsnips that meet the following
standards:

     (a)  have similar varietal characteristics; 

     (b)  are firm and not woody in texture; 

     (c)  are not trimmed into the crown but are so trimmed that the
length of the tops of 75% of the parsnips does not exceed 13 mm and the
length of the tops of the remaining 25% of the parsnips does not exceed 25
mm; 

     (d)  are fairly smooth; 

     (e)  are free from secondary rootlets that materially affect their
appearance; 

     (f)  are not turnip-shaped or so forked or misshapen as to
materially affect their appearance; 

     (g)  are reasonably clean; 

     (h)  are free from decay; 

     (i)  are free from any injury or defect, other than an injury or
defect referred to in clauses (b) to (h) that 

               (i)  materially affects their appearance, edibility or
shipping quality, or 

               (ii) cannot be removed without a loss of 5% by weight of
a parsnip; 

     (j)  have a minimum length of 127 mm and a diameter that is not less
than 22 mm and not greater than 76 mm; 

     (k)  are properly packed.

Potatoes

15(1)  The grades for potatoes are Canada No. 1, Canada No. 1 Large, Canada
No. 1 Creamer, Canada No. 2 and Alberta No. 1 Small.

(2)  The standards for Alberta No. 1 Small Potatoes are the same as the
standards for Canada No. 1 Potatoes except that the Alberta No. 1 Small
Potatoes have a diameter that is not less than 25 mm and not greater than
57 mm.

Rutabagas

16   The grade for rutabagas is Canada No. 1.  

Field tomatoes

17   The grades for field tomatoes are Canada No. 1, Canada No. 2, Canada
No. 1 Picklers and Canada No. 2 Picklers.

Greenhouse tomatoes

18   The grades for greenhouse tomatoes are Canada No. 1, Canada Commercial
and Canada No. 2. 


     SCHEDULE 2

     PACKAGES

COLUMN 1  COLUMN 2

KIND NET WEIGHT

(a)  beets     907 g, 2.27 kg, 4.54 kg. 11.3 kg and 22.7 kg

(b)  carrots   907 g, 1.36 kg, 2.27 kg, 4.54 kg, 11.3 kg and 22.7 kg

(c)  onions    907 g, 1.36 kg, 2.27 kg, 4.54 kg, 11.3 kg and 22.7 kg

(d)  parsnips  454 g, 907 g, 4.54 kg, 9.07 kg, 11.3 kg and 22.7 kg

(e)  potatoes  2.27 kg, 4.54 kg, 9.07 kg, 22.7 kg, 34 kg and 45.4 kg

(f)  rutabagas 907 g, 2.27 kg, 4.54 kg, 11.3 kg, and 22.7 kg