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     Alberta Regulation 18/2003

     Jury Act

     JURY ACT AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  February 5, 2003

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 22/2003) on February 5,
2003 pursuant to section 25 of the Jury Act.


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


2   The following is added after section 4:

     4.1   The amount that is prescribed for the purposes of section
17(1)(b) and (c) of the Act is

               (a)  $10 000 if the action was commenced in the Court
before March 1, 2003, and

               (b)  $75 000 if the action was commenced in the Court on
or after March 1, 2003.


3   This Regulation comes into force on the coming into force of section
74(3) and (4) of the Justice Statutes Amendment Act, RSA 2000 c16(Supp).


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     Alberta Regulation 19/2003

     Financial Administration Act

     UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY AND UNIVERSITY TECHNOLOGIES
     INTERNATIONAL EXEMPTION REGULATION

     Filed:  February 5, 2003

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 28/2003) on February 5,
2003 pursuant to section 2 of the Financial Administration Act.


Definitions
1   In this Regulation,

     (a)  "Act" means the Financial Administration Act;

     (b)  "Neurospheres corporations" means

               (i)  Neurospheres Ltd., and

               (ii) Neurospheres Holdings Ltd.;

     (c)  "previous Act" means the Financial Administration Act (cF-9 RSA
1980);

     (d)  "U of C" means the board of The Governors of the University of
Calgary;

     (e)  "UTI" means University Technologies International Inc.


Exemptions re the Neurospheres corporations
2   In the case of the Neurospheres corporations,

     (a)  the U of C is, with respect to

               (i)  the entering into any agreements and the
acquisition of any property in relation to the Neurospheres corporations,
and

               (ii) the acquisition of the Neurospheres corporations,

          exempted from the operation of section 80(2) and (4) of the Act
and section 80.1(2) and (4) of the previous Act, and

     (b)  UTI is, with respect to the acquisition of the Neurospheres
corporations, exempted from the operation of section 80(4) of the Act and
section 80.1(4) of the previous Act.


Exemption re incorporation
3   In the case of University Technologies International Venture Management
Inc., UTI is exempted from the operation of section 80(1) of the Act and
section 80.1(1) of the previous Act with respect to the incorporation of
University Technologies International Venture Management Inc.


Limitations on exemptions
4   The exemptions provided for under this Regulation do not apply

     (a)  to the incorporation of any corporation to which section 80(1)
of the Act applies where the act of incorporating takes place after
December 31, 2002,

     (b)  to any agreement or acquisition of property to which section
80(2) of the Act applies where the entering into the agreement or the
acquisition of property takes place after December 31, 2002, or

     (c)  to any acquisition of a corporation to which section 80(4) of
the Act applies where the acquisition of the corporation takes place after
December 31, 2002.


Coming into force
5   This Regulation is deemed to have been in force at all times on and
after January 1, 1998.


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     Alberta Regulation 20/2003

     Public Health Act

     PERSONAL SERVICES REGULATION

     Filed:  February 13, 2003

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 34/2003) on February 12,
2003 pursuant to section 66 of the Public Health Act.


     Table of Contents

Definitions    1
Owner's duties 2
General requirements     3
Sink requirements   4
Location of facility     5
Equipment and instruments     6
Personal service workers 7
Standards and guidelines 8
Repeal    9
Expiry    10
Coming into force   11


Definitions
1   In this Regulation,

     (a)  "esthetics service" means

               (i)  applying make-up,

               (ii) providing facials, manicures or pedicures, and

               (iii)     removing hair by waxing;

     (b)  "personal service" means the following services:

               (i)  body or ear piercing;

               (ii) removing hair by electrolysis;

               (iii)     esthetics services;

               (iv) an undertaking set out in section 2 of the
Hairstylist Trade Regulation (AR 281/2000), other than facial treatment;

               (v)  tattooing;

     (c)  "personal service facility" means a public place within the
meaning of section 1(ii)(ii) of the Act where a personal service is
provided to a member of the public;

     (d)  "personal service worker" means an individual who provides a
personal service to a member of the public in a personal service facility;

     (e)  "sharps" means needles or other instruments used to pierce the
skin in the provision of a personal service.


Owner's duties
2   The owner of a personal service facility must ensure that the facility
is equipped, operated and maintained in accordance with sections 3 to 6 and
that section 7 is complied with.


General requirements
3   A personal service facility must

     (a)  be maintained in good repair,

     (b)  be maintained in a clean and sanitary condition,

     (c)  be equipped with hot and cold running potable water,

     (d)  have adequate lighting and ventilation,

     (e)  contain an appropriate number and type of waste disposal
receptacles, including a puncture resistant container for the disposal of
waste sharps if sharps are used in the personal service facility,

     (f)  have a washroom, with toilets and handwashing facilities in
operating condition, on site or accessible for use by personal service
workers and clients,

     (g)  have adequate storage space for instruments and supplies, and

     (h)  only have work surfaces that are smooth, non-porous and easy to
clean.


Sink requirements
4(1)  A personal service facility in which body piercing, ear piercing,
electrolysis, tattooing or aesthetic services are provided must be equipped
with a sink that is

     (a)  stainless steel,

     (b)  supplied with soap and hot air dryers or single service towels
in suitable dispensers,

     (c)  not in a washroom,

     (d)  only used for washing hands or cleaning equipment,

     (e)  only used by the staff and clients of the personal service
facility, and

     (f)  in or readily accessible to the service provision area.

(2)  A personal service facility in which body piercing or tattooing
services are provided must be equipped with a second sink, in addition to
the sink referred to in subsection (1), that is

     (a)  equipped with hot and cold running water,

     (b)  stainless steel,

     (c)  not in a washroom,

     (d)  only used for cleaning equipment, and

     (e)  only used by the staff of the personal service facility.


Location of facility
5   A personal service facility must be located so that the service
provision areas are separate from any sleeping, dining, bathing, washroom
or food preparation areas.


Equipment and instruments
6(1)  All equipment and instruments used in providing a personal service
must be of durable construction and maintained in good repair and in a
clean and sanitary condition.

(2)  All reusable equipment and instruments must be cleaned, disinfected or
sterilized in accordance with the standards and guidelines referred to in
section 8.

(3)  A sterilizer used to sterilize reusable equipment and instruments must
be maintained in accordance with its operation manual, and the operation
manual must be kept in an accessible place for reference by a personal
service worker.


Personal service workers
7   While providing a personal service, personal service workers must

     (a)  exhibit good personal hygiene,

     (b)  wear only clean clothing, and

     (c)  refrain from smoking.


Standards and guidelines
8   The owner of a personal service facility and the personal service
workers in a personal service facility must maintain it in compliance with
the following standards and guidelines that are relevant to the personal
service facility, as approved and published by the Minister and as amended
by the Minister from time to time:

     (a)  Health Standards and Guidelines for Tattooing;

     (b)  Health Standards and Guidelines for Electrolysis;

     (c)  Health Standards and Guidelines for Barbering and Hairstyling;

     (d)  Health Standards and Guidelines for Esthetics;

     (e)  Health Standards and Guidelines for Body and Ear Piercing.


Repeal
9   The Provincial Board of Health Regulations (AR 572/57) are repealed.


Expiry
10   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 September 30, 2012.


Coming into force
11   This Regulation comes into force on March 1, 2003.


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     Alberta Regulation 21/2003

     City Transportation Act

     CITY TRANSPORTATION AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  February 14, 2003

Made by the Minister of Transportation (M.O. 04/03) on February 11, 2003
pursuant to section 33 of the City Transportation Act.


1   The City Transportation Regulation (AR 301/80) is amended by adding the
following immediately before the Schedule:

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


     Alberta Regulation 22/2003

     Public Highways Development Act

     HIGHWAY DEVELOPMENT CONTROL AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  February 14, 2003

Made by the Minister of Transportation (M.O. 05/03) on February 11, 2003
pursuant to section 25 of the Public Highways Development Act.


1   The Highway Development Control Regulation (AR 242/90) is amended by
adding the following at the end:

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