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     Alberta Regulation 347/2003

     Marketing of Agricultural Products Act

     ALBERTA PULSE GROWERS COMMISSION AUTHORIZATION
     AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  December 2, 2003

Made by the Alberta Agricultural Products Marketing Council on July 16,
2003 pursuant to section 26 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act.


1   The Alberta Pulse Growers Commission Authorization Regulation (AR
128/99) is amended by this Regulation.


2   Section 4 is amended by striking out "January 31, 2004" and
substituting "June 30, 2009".


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     Alberta Regulation 348/2003

     Marketing of Agricultural Products Act

     ALBERTA SOFT WHEAT COMMISSION AUTHORIZATION
     AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  December 2, 2003

Made by the Alberta Agricultural Products Marketing Council on November 6,
2003 pursuant to section 26 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act.


1   The Alberta Soft Wheat Commission Authorization Regulation (AR 33/99)
is amended by this Regulation.


2   Section 4 is amended by striking out "December 31, 2003" and
substituting "May 31, 2010".


     Alberta Regulation 349/2003

     Marketing of Agricultural Products Act

     ALBERTA SOFT WHEAT PRODUCERS MARKETING
     AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  December 2, 2003

Made by the Alberta Soft Wheat Producers Commission on September 19, 2003
pursuant to section 26 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act.


1   The Alberta Soft Wheat Producers Marketing Regulation (AR 34/99) is
amended by this Regulation.


2   Section 23 is amended by striking out "December 31, 2003" and
substituting "May 31, 2010".


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     Alberta Regulation 350/2003

     Marketing of Agricultural Products Act

     OPERATION OF BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS
     AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  December 2, 2003

Made by the Alberta Agricultural Products Marketing Council on September
23, 2003 pursuant to section 20 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products
Act.


1   The Operation of Boards and Commissions Regulation (AR 26/99) is
amended by this Regulation.


2   Section 7 is amended by striking out "December 31, 2003" and
substituting "June 30, 2009".


     Alberta Regulation 351/2003

     Safety Codes Act

     EXEMPTION REGULATION

     Filed:  December 2, 2003

Made by the Minister of Municipal Affairs (M.O. P:009/03) on November 27,
2003 pursuant to section 2 of the Safety Codes Act.


     Table of Contents

Definition     1
Exempt elevating devices 2
Exempt electrical systems     3
Exempt gas distribution systems    4
Firecrackers   5
Building Code 1978 exemptions 6
Building Code 1981 exemptions 7
Building Code 1985 exemptions 8
Building Code 1990 exemptions 9
Building Code 1997 exemptions 10
Repeal    11
Expiry    12


Definition
1   In this Regulation, "Act" means the Safety Codes Act.


Exempt elevating devices
2   The following elevating devices are exempt from the Act:

     (a)  elevating devices serving privately owned single-family
dwellings;

     (b)  elevating devices in mines regulated by the Mines Safety
Regulation (AR 292/95) or by a regulation that repeals and replaces it;

     (c)  hand-powered dumbwaiters;

     (d)  hand-powered manlifts.


Exempt electrical systems
3   Electrical systems used in mines regulated by the Mines Safety
Regulation (AR 292/95) or by a regulation that repeals and replaces it are
exempt from the Act.


Exempt gas distribution systems
4   Gas distribution systems regulated by the Rural Utilities Act are
exempt from the Act.


Firecrackers
5   A person who is the organizer of a community event is exempt from the
provisions of clause 5.8.1.4(1)(a) of the Alberta Fire Code 1997 under the
condition that

     (a)  the organizer receives special permission, in writing, from the
Administrator in the fire discipline specifying

               (i)  the community event and the date, time and location
where the firecrackers are to be discharged, and

               (ii) any other terms and conditions the Administrator in
the fire discipline considers necessary to ensure the safe use of the
firecrackers,

     (b)  the firecrackers are authorized for use pursuant to the
Explosives Regulations (Canada),

     (c)  the firecrackers are set off only by or under the supervision
of a fireworks supervisor, and

     (d)  a high hazard fireworks permit is obtained, in accordance with
the Alberta Fire Code 1997, from a safety codes officer, if the permit is
required by the municipality where the community event is to take place.


Building Code 1978 exemptions
6(1)  The basement window and the dining room window in the wall located on
or near the property line of a house municipally described as 1472 Berkeley
Drive Northwest in the City of Calgary on Lot 5, Block 33, Plan 7910490,
are exempt from the prohibition in Article 9.10.15.8. of the Alberta
Building Code 1978 on window openings.

(2)  The west and southwest exposed building faces of a building
municipally described as 801 7th Avenue Southwest, located in the City of
Calgary on Lot F, Block 46, Plan 8050EJ and Lots 21 to 26 inclusive, Block
34, Plan A.1, are exempt from the restrictions in Subsection 3.2.3. of the
Alberta Building Code 1978 on the area of unprotected openings.

(3)  The plastic piping, located within the basement storage garage,
forming part of the drainage system of a building municipally described as
10450 to 10460 Mayfield Road, located in the City of Edmonton on Lot 22B,
Block 2, Plan 782-2486 Subdivision Youngstown, is exempt from the
restriction in Sentence 3.1.7.7.(2) of the Alberta Building Code 1978 on
the use of combustible drain, waste and vent piping.

(4)  The headroom in the stairway located between a swimming pool and a
passageway leading to the dwelling portion of a dwelling unit, in the City
of Edmonton on Lot 36, Block 5, Plan 5508-MC, Subdivision Petrolia, is
exempt from the requirement of Article 9.8.3.7. of the Alberta Building
Code 1978.


Building Code 1981 exemptions
7(1)  In this section, the definitions in the Alberta Building Code 1981
apply.

(2)  A wall assembly, constructed when the Alberta Building Code 1981 was
in force, that is of solid wood not less than 89 millimetres thick is
exempt from the requirements of Article 9.26.2.4 of the Alberta Building
Code 1981 for inclusion of thermal insulation in that wall if

     (a)  the wall is an exterior wall of

               (i)  a building of residential occupancy that contains
not more than one dwelling unit, or

               (ii) a garage serving that building;

     (b)  the initial purchaser of the building is the owner and is the
initial occupier of it;

     (c)  the purchaser filed a statement with the Director and with the
authority having jurisdiction containing

               (i)  the name and address of the purchaser,

               (ii) the name and address of the manufacturer of the
wall assembly,

               (iii)     the legal description of the land on which the
building will be located, and

               (iv) the thermal resistance of the opaque portion of the
wall assembly.

(3)  The Blueberry Community Core School presently constructed in Parkland
County on Lot 15 M.R., Block 1, Subdivision Plan 822-2413 is exempt from
the requirements of Sentence 3.2.5.3(1) of the Alberta Building Code 1981.

(4)  Compressed air systems and vacuum systems are exempt from the
requirements of Subsection 3.6.5 of the Alberta Building Code 1981 if the
system

     (a)  is used in a dental facility constructed when that Code was in
force,

     (b)  is directly connected to and designed to serve only dental
equipment or dental chairs,

     (c)  is not used for respiration, and

     (d)  is not connected to a central piping system that serves other
uses.

(5)  The Graminia Core School presently constructed on the S.W. quarter of
Section 12, Township 51, Range 27, West of the 4th Meridian is exempt from
the requirements of Sentence 3.2.5.3(1) of the Alberta Building Code 1981.


Building Code 1985 exemption
8   If establishments that are licensed to serve alcoholic beverages were
constructed when the Alberta Building Regulation, 1985 (AR 186/85) was in
force and have washroom facilities that comply with Sentence 7.2.2.2.(1) in
the Alberta Building Regulation, 1985 (AR 186/85), they are exempt from the
requirements of Sentence 7.2.2.3.(7) in that Regulation.


Building Code 1990 exemption
9   The south exposed building face of the "Alberta Sustainable House"
located at 9211 Scurfield Drive N.W., Calgary, Alberta and legally
described as Lot 55, Block 5, Plan 92Y3056 is exempt from Article 9.10.14.1
of the Alberta Building Code 1990.


Building Code 1997 exemption
10(1)  In  this section, "lands" means those lands legally described as
follows:

     West Meridian 4, Range 17, Township 9, Section 28, Quarter South
East, that lies southeast of Road Plan 7941JK containing 58.57 hectares
(144.67 acres) more or less;
     Excepting thereout:
     Road Plan 7410388 containing 0.405 hectares (1.00 acres) more or
less; Road Plan 8710118 containing 0.403 hectares (0.996 acres) more or
less; Subdivision Plan 9911871 containing 27.4 hectares (67.7 acres) more
or less;
     Excepting thereout all mines and minerals.

(2)  The 148 foot by 240 foot potato storage facility located on the
southeast corner of the lands is exempt from the Alberta Building Code
1997.


Repeal
11   The Exemption Regulation (AR 199/96) is repealed.


Expiry
12   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be repassed in
its present or an amended form following a review, this Regulation expires
on November 30, 2010.


     Alberta Regulation 352/2003

     Marketing of Agricultural Products Act

     ALBERTA BEEF PRODUCERS AUTHORIZATION REGULATION

     Filed:  December 2, 2003

Made by the Alberta Agricultural Products Marketing Council on December 2,
2003 pursuant to section 26 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act.


     Table of Contents

Definitions    1
Regulations made under section 26 of the Act 2
Restrictions re registration names, etc.     3
Restrictions re service charges    4
Repeal    5
Expiry    6


Definitions
1(1)  In this Regulation,

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

     (b)  "Canada Act" means the Farm Products Agencies Act (Canada);

     (c)  "Canada Board" means the Canadian Beef Cattle Research, Market
Development and Promotion Agency;

     (d)  "Commission" means Alberta Beef Producers;

     (e)  "delegate" means a delegate as referred to in section 2 of the
Plan;

     (f)  "Plan" means the Alberta Beef Producers Plan Regulation (AR
336/2003);

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

     (h)  "regulated product" means the regulated product as defined in
the Plan.

(2)  Words defined in the Act or the Plan have the same meaning when used
in this Regulation.


Regulations made under section 26 of the Act
2   For the purposes of enabling the Commission to operate the Plan, the
Commission is hereby authorized under section 26(1) of the Act to make
regulations

     (a)  requiring producers engaged in the marketing of a regulated
product to register their names and addresses with the Commission;

     (b)  requiring any person who markets a regulated product to furnish
to the Commission any information or record relating to the marketing of
the regulated product that the Commission considers necessary;

     (c)  providing for

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

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

     (d)  requiring any person who receives a regulated product from a
producer

               (i)  to deduct from the money payable to the producer
any service charges payable by the producer to the Commission, and

               (ii) to forward the amount deducted to the Commission;

     (e)  providing for the use of any class of service charges or other
money payable to or received by the Commission for the purpose of paying
its expenses and administering the Plan and the regulations made by the
Commission;

     (f)  providing for payment to the Canada Board of money that is
payable under the Canada Act.


Restrictions re registration of names, etc.
3   The authority of the Commission to make regulations under section
26(1)(a) of the Act is hereby limited in its application to the extent that
the Commission is only empowered to require producers to register their
names and addresses with the Commission in order to enable the Commission

     (a)  to determine whether a producer is an eligible producer, and

     (b)  to assess, charge and collect service charges.


Restrictions re service charges
4   The authority of the Commission to make regulations under section
26(1)(f) of the Act for the purposes of assessing or setting the amount of
a service charge is subject to the condition that the regulation assessing
or setting the amount of the service charge does not take effect unless
prior to the filing of the regulation under the Regulations Act the amount
of the service charge to be assessed or set by that regulation has been
approved by a majority vote of the delegates present at an annual
Commission meeting or a special Commission meeting.


Repeal
5   The Alberta Beef Producers Authorization Regulation (AR 187/98) is
repealed.


Expiry
6   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be repassed in
its present or an amended form following a review, this Regulation expires
on July 1, 2008.


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     Alberta Regulation 353/2003

     Queen's Printer Act

     QUEEN'S PRINTER AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  December 3, 2003

Made by the President of the Executive Council on December 3, 2003 pursuant
to section 5 of the Queen's Printer Act.


1   The Queen's Printer Regulations (AR 44/70) are amended by this
Regulation.


2   Section 6 is repealed.


3   Section 7(a) to (j) are repealed.


4   Section 9 is repealed and the following is substituted:

     9   The Queen's Printer shall sell copies of The Alberta Gazette to a
person upon payment of the following charges: 

          (a)  for an annual subscription consisting of 

               (i)  Part I and the annual index, and

               (ii) Part II and the annual cumulative index to
                    Alberta regulations $150

               (b)  for Part I and Part II of a single issue     $ 10

               (c)  for an annual index to Part I or Part II     $  5

               (d)  for an annual bound volume of Part I    $140

               (e)  for an annual bound volume of Part II   $ 92.


5   Section 10 is repealed and the following is substituted:

     10   The charges to be paid for the publication of notices,
advertisements and documents in The Alberta Gazette are as follows:

               (a)  $20 for notices, advertisements and documents that
are 5 or fewer pages in length, and

               (b)  $30 for notices, advertisements and documents that
are more than 5 pages in length.


6   The following is added after section 12:


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


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     Alberta Regulation 354/2003

     
     MISCELLANEOUS REGULATIONS (EXPIRY)
     AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  December 3, 2003

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 533/2003) on December 3,
2003.


1(1)  The Regulations in the Schedule to this Regulation are amended by
this Regulation.

(2)  The provisions in the regulations listed in Column 1 of the Schedule
are amended by striking out the date shown in Column 2 opposite each
provision and substituting the date shown in Column 3.


     SCHEDULE


     Column 1
     Name and Provision of Regulation
     Column 2
     Existing Expiry Date
     Column 3
     New Expiry Date


Innovation and Science Grant Regulation (AR 71/2000) section 7, under the
Government Organization Act
March 31, 2005
March 31, 2012


Environment Grant Regulation (AR 182/2000) section 8, under the Government
Organization Act
November 30, 2005
November 30, 2012


Senatorial Selection Regulation (AR 121/98) section 5, under the Senatorial
Selection Act
December 31, 2004
December 31, 2010


Voting Subdivisions Regulation (AR 119/98) section 4, under the Senatorial
Selection Act
December 31, 2004
December 31, 2010


Payments Regulation (AR 118/98) section 8, under the Senatorial Selection
Act
December 31, 2004
December 31, 2010


Protection Against Family Violence Regulation (AR 80/99) section 12, under
the Protection Against Family Violence Act
February 29, 2004
February 28, 2012


Court Forms and Procedures Regulation (AR 7/99) section 6, under the
Protection of Children Involved in Prostitution Act
December 31, 2004
November 30, 2012


Day Care Regulation (AR 180/2000) section 39, under the Social Care
Facilities Licensing Act
October 31, 2005
October 31, 2012


Housing Regulation (AR 173/99) section 7, under the Public Health Act
August 31, 2004
August 31, 2011


Regulated Matter Regulation (AR 174/99) section 3, under the Public Health
Act
June 30, 2004
June 30, 2012


Qualifications of Executive Officers Regulation (AR 51/99) section 4, under
the Public Health Act
January 31, 2004
January 31, 2012


Health Information Regulation (AR 70/2001) section 14, under the Health
Information Act
November 30, 2005
November 30, 2012


Health Care Protection Regulation (AR 208/2000) section 24, under the
Health Care Protection Act
October 31, 2005
October 31, 2012


Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped Regulation (AR 203/99) section
12, under the Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped Act
September 30, 2004
September 30, 2011


Student and Temporary Employment Regulation (AR 52/99) section 6, under the
Student and Temporary Employment Act
March 1, 2004
March 1, 2011


Employment Standards Regulation (AR 14/97) section 66, under the Employment
Standards Code
June 30, 2005
June 30, 2011


Radiation Health Administration Regulation (AR 49/96) section 10, under the
Government Organization Act
December 31, 2005
November 30, 2011


First Aid Regulation (AR 48/2000) section 18, under the Occupational Health
and Safety Act
February 29, 2004
February 28, 2011


Forms Regulation (AR 266/99) section 3, under the Woodmen's Lien Act
November 30, 2004
November 30, 2010


Cemetery Companies Regulation (AR 264/99) section 6, under the Cemetery
Companies Act
November 30, 2004
November 30, 2010


Name Search Regulation (AR 207/99) section 3, under the Land Titles Act
June 1, 2004
June 1, 2010


Religious Societies' Land Regulation (AR 169/2000) section 6, under the
Religious Societies' Land Act
June 1, 2005
June 1, 2011


Condominium Property Regulation (AR 168/2000) section 81, under the
Condominium Property Act
September 1, 2005
September 1, 2011


Societies Regulation (AR 122/2000) section 18, under the Societies Act
July 31, 2005
July 31, 2011


Tariff of Fees Regulation (AR 120/2000) section 17, under the Land Titles
Act
June 30, 2005
June 30, 2011


Companies Regulation (AR 119/2000) section 14, under the Companies Act
April 30, 2005
April 30, 2011


Forms Regulation (AR 39/2000) section 2, under the Dower Act
March 31, 2005
March 31, 2011


Metric Conversion Regulation (AR 22/2000) section 9, under the Land Titles
Act
February 1, 2005
February 1, 2011


Human Rights, Citizenship and Multiculturalism Education Fund Grant
Regulation (AR 13/2000) section 10, under the Human Rights, Citizenship and
Multiculturalism Act
November 30, 2004
November 30, 2010


Official Emblems Regulation (AR 86/99) section 4, under the Emblems of
Alberta Act
March 31, 2004
March 31, 2010


Governance Regulation (AR 208/97) section 5, under the Persons with
Developmental Disabilities Community Governance Act
October 1, 2004
October 1, 2010


Dispositions and Fees Regulation (AR 54/2000) section 127, under the Public
Lands Act
November 30, 2004
November 30, 2010


Forest Protection Area Regulation (AR 149/99) section 3, under the Forest
and Prairie Protection Act
January 31, 2004
January 31, 2010


Surface Rights Act Rules of Procedure and Practice (AR 190/2001) section
10, under the Surface Rights Act
November 30, 2005
November 30, 2010


Surface Rights Act General Regulation (AR 189/2001) section 15, under the
Surface Rights Act
November 30, 2005
November 30, 2010


Court Agents Regulation (AR 68/2001) section 8, under the Provincial
Offences Procedure Act
March 31, 2004
March 31, 2009


Exemption Regulation (AR 125/99) section 7, under the Alberta Personal
Property Bill of Rights Act
February 28, 2004
February 28, 2009


Expropriation Act Forms Regulation (AR 188/2001) section 3, under the
Expropriation Act
November 30, 2005
November 30, 2009


Fatality Inquiries Regulation (AR 65/2000) section 14, under the Fatality
Inquiries Act
March 31, 2005
March 31, 2009


Regulations Act Regulation (AR 288/99) section 19, under the Regulations
Act
June 30, 2005
June 30, 2009


Special Areas Disposition Regulation (AR 137/2001) section 97, under the
Special Areas Act
October 30, 2004
October 31, 2008


Municipal Gas Systems Core Market Regulation (AR 93/2001) section 10, under
the Municipal Government Act
July 31, 2004
July 31, 2008


Special Areas Service Fees Regulation (AR 124/2000) section 4, under the
Special Areas Act
October 30, 2004
October 30, 2008


Private Sewage Disposal Systems Regulation (AR 229/97) section 5, under the
Safety Codes Act
March 31, 2004
March 31, 2007


Edmonton Election Regulation (AR 92/2001) section 4, under the Local
Authorities Election Act
February 28, 2005
October 31, 2009


Storage Tank System Management Regulation (AR 254/2000) section 10, under
the Government Organization Act
December 31, 2005
December 31, 2009


Planning Exemption Regulation (AR 223/2000) section 6, under the Municipal
Government Act
June 30, 2005
June 30, 2009


Municipal Affairs Grants Regulation (AR 123/2000) section 11, under the
Government Organization Act
March 31, 2005
March 31, 2009


Oil Sands Tenure Regulation (AR 50/2000) section 28, under the Mines and
Minerals Act
December 1, 2004
December 1, 2008


Crown Minerals Registration Regulation (AR 264/97) section 12, under the
Mines and Minerals Act
June 30, 2004
June 30, 2008


Mines and Minerals Administration Regulation (AR 262/97) section 38, under
the Mines and Minerals Act
June 30, 2004
June 30, 2008


Rural Utilities Regulation (AR 151/2000) section 20, under the Rural
Utilities Act
May 1, 2005
May 1, 2008


Designation Regulation (AR 131/2000) section 4, under the Public Utilities
Board Act
November 30, 2005
November 30, 2008


Livestock Market and Livestock Assembling Station Regulation (AR 70/2000)
section 14, under the Livestock Diseases Act
November 30, 2004
November 30, 2009


Livestock Disease Control Regulation (AR 69/2000) section 7, under the
Livestock Diseases Act
November 30, 2004
November 30, 2009


Destruction and Disposal of Dead Animals Regulation (AR 229/2000) section
8, under the Livestock Diseases Act
November 30, 2005
November 30, 2009


Fur Farms Regulation (AR 299/96) section 4, under the Fur Farms Act
March 31, 2005
March 31, 2010


Animal Protection Regulation (AR 298/96) section 7, under the Animal
Protection Act
March 31, 2005
March 31, 2010


Expropriation Act Rules of Procedure and Practice (AR 187/2001) section 20,
under the Expropriation Act
November 30, 2005
November 30, 2009


     Alberta Regulation 355/2003

     Agriculture Financial Services Act

     AGRICULTURE FINANCIAL SERVICES AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  December 3, 2003

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 534/2003) on December 3,
2003 pursuant to section 56 of the Agriculture Financial Services Act.


1   The Agriculture Financial Services Regulation (AR 99/2002) is amended
by this Regulation.


2   The following is added after section 65:

     Part 5.1
     Canadian Agricultural Income
     Stabilization Program

Interpretation
     65.1(1)  In this Part,

               (a)  "Administering Party" means, for the purposes of
the Program Agreement in relation to the operation of CAISP in Alberta, the
Crown in right of Alberta;

               (b)  "CAISP" means the Canadian Agricultural Income
Stabilization Program;

               (c)  "Canada-Alberta Implementation Agreement" means the
Canada-Alberta Implementation Agreement entered into between The Government
of Canada and The Government of Alberta for the Purposes of Implementing
the Federal-Provincial-Territorial Framework Agreement on Agricultural and
Agri-Food Policy for the Twenty-First Century;

               (d)  "Canadian Agricultural Income Stabilization
Program" means the program that for the purposes of the Act is established
under this Part;

               (e)  "producer" means a producer as defined in section
12.1 of the Canada-Alberta Implementation Agreement or in any successor to
that provision;

               (f)  "Program Agreement" means the Federal/Provincial
Agreement Re-establishing the Net Income Stabilization Account (NISA)
Program, that program now known as the Canadian Agricultural Income
Stabilization Program, and which is attached to the Canada-Alberta
Implementation Agreement as Annex A.

     (2)  Any reference in this Part

               (a)  to the Canada-Alberta Implementation Agreement
includes a reference to any amendments to that Agreement;

               (b)  to CAISP includes a reference to any amendments to
that Program;

               (c)  to the Program Agreement includes a reference

                         (i)  to any amendments to that Agreement,
and

                         (ii) to any Program Guidelines established
under that Agreement and any amendments to the Program Guidelines.

Establishment
     65.2(1)  For the purposes of section 53 of the Act, there is hereby
established the Canadian Agricultural Income Stabilization Program being a
program

               (a)  to stabilize the net farm income of producers, and

               (b)  to provide a timely program response to producers
facing income disaster

     as provided for under the Program Agreement and includes any similar
program that is provided for under the Canada-Alberta Implementation
Agreement.

     (2)  The Corporation on behalf of the Administering Party is to
exercise the powers, functions and duties of the Administering Party under
the Program Agreement.

Operation of program
     65.3   CAISP is to be operated, administered and funded in accordance
with the Program Agreement.

Participation
     65.4(1)  A producer who wishes to participate in CAISP may do so in
accordance with and subject to the Program Agreement.

     (2)  A producer who participates or applies to participate in CAISP
does so on the condition that the producer, unless otherwise directed by
the Corporation, abides by the deadlines and any other matter established,
set or provided for under CAISP or the Program Agreement.

Contributions and payments
     65.5   Any contributions and payments made under CAISP are to be
carried out in accordance with the Program Agreement.

Entitlements
     65.6   A producer's entitlements under CAISP are to be determined in
accordance with the Program Agreement.

Recovery of payments
     65.7(1)  The Corporation is hereby authorized to recover any
overpayments or payments made in error by the Crown in right of Alberta
under CAISP.

     (2)  The Corporation may by notice in writing require a producer to
return to the Corporation all or part of a payment made to the producer
under CAISP if

               (a)  the producer has provided false or misleading
information to the Corporation in respect of an application made or other
documents provided under CAISP, or

               (b)  the producer has, in the opinion of the
Corporation,  received an over-payment under CAISP or a payment to which
the producer was not entitled.

     (3)   Money owing under this section is recoverable in an action in
debt.

     (4)  In this section, a reference to a producer includes a reference
to any person who does not at law qualify as a producer but who
nevertheless received a payment under CAISP.

Continuation of CAISP
     65.8(1)  If the Canada-Alberta Implementation Agreement is not in
effect or the Government of Canada otherwise ceases to be a participant in
CAISP, the Corporation may, at the request of the Minister, continue to
operate or re-start the operation of CAISP, as the case may be, without the
participation of the Government of Canada.

     (2)  In the event that CAISP is operated pursuant to this section,
CAISP

               (a)  is deemed, for the purposes of section 53 of the
Act,

                         (i)  to have remained established, or

                         (ii) where operation of CAISP has been
re-started, to have been re-established,

               and

               (b)  is to be operated using the same provisions, terms
and conditions as provided for under

                         (i)  this Part,

                         (ii) the Canada-Alberta Implementation
Agreement as if that Agreement was in force, and

                         (iii)     the Program Agreement as if that
Agreement was in force,

               subject to any necessary modifications that the
Corporation considers appropriate taking into account that the Government
of Alberta is continuing or re-starting, as the case may be, the operation
of CAISP without the participation of the Government of Canada.


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     Alberta Regulation 356/2003

     Public Sector Pension Plans Act

     LOCAL AUTHORITIES PENSION PLAN (VARIABLE PAY IN
     "SALARY") AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  December 3, 2003

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 535/2003) on December 3,
2003 pursuant to Schedule 1, section 4 of the Public Sector Pension Plans
Act.


1   The Local Authorities Pension Plan (AR 366/93) is amended by this
Regulation.


2   Section 2(1) is amended

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

               (ll) "salary", subject to sections 29 and 30, means,
with respect to an employee,

                         (i)  subject to subclauses (ii) and (iii),

                                   (A)  gross basic pay for the
performance of the regular duties of the employment,

                                   (B)  where the employer treats
it as salary under the employer's established salary policy for pension
purposes and it is payable on a uniform and consistent basis in each salary
period,

                                             (I)  remuneration
paid especially for shift work,

                                             (II) remuneration
paid for working on weekends, and

                                             (III)     the value of
the provision of an automobile for personal use, not exceeding the lower of
$3000 per annum and the amount reported as the taxable benefit for that
usage for income tax purposes,

                                   and

                                   (C)  variable pay,

                         (ii) in the case of an employee who is
receiving benefits under a disability plan or on leave without or with
partial salary, the salary being earned immediately before that employee
commenced to receive those benefits or went on that leave, adjusted in
accordance with any subsequent general adjustments in respect of the period
in question that are applicable to the class of employees that he was then
in, or

                         (iii)     in the case of an employee on a period
on loan to a bargaining agent, the gross basic pay for the performance of
his duties in the employment of the bargaining agent, not exceeding 110% of
the highest pay under the bargaining agent's collective agreement or such
higher amount as the Minister considers justified,

                    but does not include

                         (x)  an overtime payment,

                         (xi) an expense allowance, or

                         (xii)     special remuneration or other similar
compensation that is not specifically enumerated in subclause (i)(B) and
(C);

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

               (ss.1)    "variable pay" means lump sum remuneration,
whether variable or constant in amount from year to year, that

                         (i)  was paid as part of the employer's
variable pay program whose terms are contained in a written policy or
agreement, and

                         (ii) forms an ongoing part of the employee's
compensation package and is payable to all employees in the program on an
ongoing basis,

                    to the extent that it does not exceed 20% of the
employee's gross basic pay and provided that the employee did not commence
in the program in the last 12 months of employment before termination;


     Alberta Regulation 357/2003

     Public Sector Pension Plans Act

     PUBLIC SECTOR PENSION PLANS (LEGISLATIVE PROVISIONS) (LAPP
     CORP. CONTINUANCE) AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  December 3, 2003

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 536/2003) on December 3,
2003 pursuant to Schedule 1, sections 12 and 15 of the Public Sector
Pension Plans Act.


1   The Public Sector Pension Plans (Legislative Provisions) Regulation (AR
365/93) is amended by this Regulation.


2   Schedule 1 is amended

     (a)  in section 48(b) by striking out "$1 279 100" and substituting
"$1 058 000";

     (b)  in section 50 by striking out "2003" and substituting "2004".


3   Section 2(a) comes into force on January 1, 2004.


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     Alberta Regulation 358/2003

     Public Sector Pension Plans Act

     SPECIAL FORCES PENSION PLAN (FURTHER 2004 CO-ORDINATION
     CHANGES) AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  December 3, 2003

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 537/2003) on December 3,
2003 pursuant to Schedule 4, section 4 of the Public Sector Pension Plans
Act.


1   The Special Forces Pension Plan (AR 369/93), as amended by Part 3 of
the Public Sector Pension Plans (Miscellaneous 2004) Amendment Regulation
(AR 301/2003), is amended by this Regulation.


2   Section 80 is repealed and the following is substituted:

Co-ordination of certain pensions with C.P.P. and O.A.S.
     80(1)  Where a person is to receive a pension under section 36(1) or
69(d) before attaining the age of 65 years, he may choose to increase the
pension by an amount equal to the actuarial equivalent of the co-ordination
base until he reaches the age of 65 years or dies before reaching that age.

     (1.1)  For the purposes of this section,

               (a)  "the co-ordination base" is the amount that is
equal to 40% of the year's maximum pensionable earnings for the calendar
year in which pension commencement occurs less the annual bridge
entitlement, and

               (b)  "the annual bridge entitlement" is the amount, as
at pension commencement and without taking into account any cost-of-living
increase, that is equal to the 0.6% factor by which the pre-reduction
amount is reduced pursuant to section 36(4).

     (2.1)  Where a person who has chosen to increase a pension under
subsection (1) attains the age of 65 years, the increased pension,
including the actuarial equivalent of the co-ordination base, shall be
reduced at that time by the actuarial equivalent of the co-ordination base,
and for (but only for) the remainder of that person's lifetime, the pension
shall be further reduced from that time by the difference between the
co-ordination base and the actuarial equivalent of the co-ordination base.

     (2.2)  Where a person who has chosen to increase a pension under
subsection (1) dies before attaining the age of 65 years, the increased
pension, including the actuarial equivalent of the co-ordination base,
shall be reduced at that time by the actuarial equivalent of the
co-ordination base, without the further reduction referred to in subsection
(2.1).

     (9)  Notwithstanding anything in this section, a person is not
entitled to make a choice under this section if the monthly pension
payments payable to that person under both Subdivisions A and B of a
Division of this Part, after the reductions referred to in subsection (2.1)
have commenced, will be less than 1/12 of 4% of the year's maximum
pensionable earnings for the calendar year in which the termination or
death occurred.

     (10)  The conditions set out in subsections (1) or (2) and (3) to
(8), as they existed prior to their repeal by Part 3 of the Public Sector
Pension Plans (Miscellaneous 2004) Amendment Regulation (AR 301/2003) and
the Special Forces Pension Plan (Further 2004 Co-ordination Changes)
Amendment Regulation, continue to apply with respect to a choice or
selection made thereunder in respect of a pension commencing in or before
2003, but if, where applicable, a choice under that subsection (1) or (2)
relates to a pension commencing on or after January 1, 2004, the choice is
deemed to have been made under subsection (1) as it exists on January 2,
2004.


3   Section 93 is repealed and the following is substituted:

Co-ordination of certain pensions with C.P.P. and O.A.S.
     93(1)  Where a person is to receive a pension under section 47(1) or
72(d) before attaining the age of 65 years, section 80(1) applies.

     (1.1)  Section 80(1.1) applies.

     (2.1)  Section 80(2.1) applies.

     (2.2)  Section 80(2.2) applies.

     (9)  Section 80(9) applies.

     (10)  Section 80(10) applies.


4  This Regulation comes into force on January 1, 2004.


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     Alberta Regulation 359/2003

     Colleges Act

     COLLEGES' TUITION FEE AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  December 3, 2003

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 538/2003) on December 3,
2003 pursuant to section 56 of the Colleges Act.


1   The Colleges' Tuition Fee Regulation (AR 29/99) is amended in section 5
by striking out "December 31, 2003" and substituting "June 30, 2004".


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     Alberta Regulation 360/2003

     Technical Institutes Act

     TECHNICAL INSTITUTES' TUITION FEE AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  December 3, 2003

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 539/2003) on December 3,
2003 pursuant to section 45 of the Technical Institutes Act.


1   The Technical Institutes' Tuition Fee Regulation (AR 30/99) is amended
in section 5 by striking out "December 31, 2003" and substituting "June 30,
2004".


     Alberta Regulation 361/2003

     Universities Act

     UNIVERSITIES' TUITION FEE AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  December 3, 2003

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 540/2003) on December 3,
2003 pursuant to section 88 of the Universities Act.


1   The Universities' Tuition Fee Regulation (AR 31/99) is amended in
section 5 by striking out "December 31, 2003" and substituting "June 30,
2004".


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     Alberta Regulation 362/2003

     Public Sector Pension Plans Act

     LOCAL AUTHORITIES PENSION PLAN (2004 CONTRIBUTION
     RATE INCREASE) AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  December 3, 2003

Made by the Local Authorities Pension Plan Board of Trustees on November
27, 2003 pursuant to Schedule 1, section 5(2) of the Public Sector Pension
Plans Act.


1   The Local Authorities Pension Plan (AR 366/93) is amended by this
Regulation.


2   Section 13(1) is amended

     (a)  in clause (a) by striking out "4.525%" and substituting
"5.602%";

     (b)  in clause (b) by striking out "6.4%" and substituting "7.477%".


3   Section 15(1) is amended

     (a)  in clause (a) by striking out "5.525%" and substituting
"6.602%";

     (b)  in clause (b) by striking out "7.4%" and substituting "8.477%".


4   This Regulation comes into force on January 1, 2004.


     Alberta Regulation 363/2003

     Marketing of Agricultural Products Act

     ALBERTA PULSE GROWERS MARKETING AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  December 9, 2003

Made by the Alberta Pulse Growers Commission on November 6, 2003 pursuant
to section 26 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act.


1   The Alberta Pulse Growers Marketing Regulation (AR 129/99) is amended
by this Regulation.


2   Section 4(4)(a) is amended by striking out "amount" and substituting
"amount, value and grade".


3   Section 5(2)(b) is amended by adding the following after subclause
(iii):

     (iv) the legal description of the land where the pulse crop was
grown.


4   Section 6(2) is repealed.


5   Section 7(1) is amended by striking out "Every person, other than a
producer," and substituting "Any person".


6   Section 8 is remembered as section 8(1) and the following is added
after subsection (1):

     (2)  The Commission must grant a dealer's licence in a form
prescribed by the Commission to a dealer known to the Commission.


7   Section 10 is amended by striking out "when it" and substituting "when
the dealer's business".


8   Section 22 is amended by striking out "January 31, 2004" and
substituting "June 30, 2009".


     Alberta Regulation 364/2003

     Municipal Government Act

     EQUALIZED ASSESSMENT VARIANCE REGULATION, 2003

     Filed:  December 10, 2003

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 544/2003) on December 10,
2003 pursuant to section 603 of the Municipal Government Act.


Variations of equalized assessment
1   In any year, the Minister may, by order, vary the equalized assessment
prepared for a municipality under Part 9, Division 5 of the Act for the
purposes of school requisitions required by and under sections 164 and 174
of the School Act.


Prohibition of appeal
2   Where the Minister varies an equalized assessment under section 1, the
Municipal Government Board has no jurisdiction under section 488(1) of the
Act to hear an appeal relating to the varied equalized assessment.


Repeal
3   This Regulation, being made under section 603(1) of the Act, will be
repealed by and as provided for in section 603(2) of the Act.


Coming into force
4   This Regulation comes into force on December 31, 2003.


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     Alberta Regulation 365/2003

     Municipal Government Act

     PLANNING EXEMPTION AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  December 10, 2003

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 545/2003) on December 10,
2003 pursuant to section 618 of the Municipal Government Act.


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


2   Section 4 is amended by striking out "the Schedule" and substituting
"Schedule 1".


3   The following is added after section 4.1:

Application re: development
     4.2   Part 17 of the Act and the regulations do not apply to a
development of lands and buildings within the area described in Schedule 2
if the development is effected solely for the purposes of the Calgary
Courts Centre.


4   The Schedule is retitled as Schedule 1 and the following is added after
Schedule 1:


     Schedule 2

All lands legally described as follows:

1    Plan A1
     Block 32
     That portion of lane which lies east of a straight line drawn from
the southeast corner of Lot 8 in said Block as shown on said Plan to the
northeast corner of Lot 33 in said Block as shown on said Plan excepting
thereout all mines and minerals

2    Plan A.1
     Block 31
     Containing 1.25 hectares (3.10 Acres) more or less excepting thereout
Road Plan 1867 JK containing 0.0009 hectares (0.002 Acres) more or less,
Road Plan 3333 JK containing 0.0009 hectares (0.002 Acres) more or less,
and Road Plan 1801 LK containing 0.028 hectares (0.07 Acres) more or less
excepting thereout all mines and minerals

3    Plan A1
     Block 32
     The westerly 10 feet of Lot 24, all of Lots 25 to 36 inclusive and
the east 12 1/2 feet of Lot 37

4    Plan A1
     Block 32
     The west 12 1/2 feet of Lot 37 and all of Lots 38 to 40 inclusive

5    Plan A1
     Block 32
     Lots 21, 22, 23 and the east 15 feet of Lot 24

6    Plan A1
     Block 32
     Lots 17 to 20 inclusive
     Excepting thereout all mines and minerals

7    Plan "A1"
     Block 32
     Lots 9 and 10 
     Excepting thereout a portion for street widening on Plan 7610500
     Excepting thereout all mines and minerals

8    Plan "A1"
     Block 32
     Lots 11 to 16 inclusive
     Excepting out of Lots 11 to 14 a portion for street widening on Plan
7610500
     Excepting thereout all mines and minerals


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     Alberta Regulation 366/2003

     Personal Information Protection Act

     PERSONAL INFORMATION PROTECTION ACT REGULATION

     Filed:  December 10, 2003

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 549/2003) on December 10,
2003 pursuant to sections 55 and 62 of the Personal Information Protection
Act.


     Table of Contents

Definitions    1
Application of Act to Alberta Treasury Branches   2

     Part 1
     Definitions for the  Purposes of the Act

"managing"     3
"enactment"    4
"regulation"   5

     Part 2
     Personal Information that is
     Publicly Available

Definitions    6
Publicly available personal information 7

     Part 3
     Access to Records

Designated and non-designated offices   8
Copy of record may be provided     9
Alternative means for making a request  10

     Part 4
     Archival Purposes and Research

Definitions    11
Collection, use and disclosure by archival institution 12
Prohibition re use and disclosure  13
Collection, use and disclosure by non-archival institution  14

     Part 5
     Fees

Providing of estimate    15
Acceptance of estimate, etc.  16
Fees owing     17
Fee re personal employee information    18

     Part 6
     Additional Subject-matter Respecting
     Collection, Use and Disclosure

Additional subject-matter     19

     Part 7
     Professional Regulatory Organization

Interpretation 20
Establishment of professional regulatory organization program    21
Personal information code     22
Application for authorization 23
Granting of authorization     24
Effect of authorization  25
Revocation of authorization   26
Publication in The Alberta Gazette 27
Act and code prevail     28

     Part 8
     Coming into Force and Expiry

Coming into force   29
Expiry    30


Definitions
1   In this Regulation,

     (a)  "Act" means the Personal Information Protection Act;

     (b)  "Alberta regulation" means a regulation as defined in the
Regulations Act that is filed under that Act;

     (c)  "Canada regulation" means a regulation as defined in the
Statutory Instruments Act (Canada) that is registered under that Act;

     (d)  "legislative instrument" means a bylaw, resolution or rule that

               (i)  is enacted or otherwise established under a statute
of Alberta or Canada, an Alberta regulation or a Canada regulation, and

               (ii) is of a legislative nature;

     (e)  "local government body" means a local government body as
defined in the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act;

     (f)  "local public body" means a local public body as defined in the
Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act;

     (g)  "professional regulatory organization" means a professional
regulatory organization as defined in section 55 of the Act.


Application of Act to Alberta Treasury Branches
2(1)  The Act applies to Alberta Treasury Branches and its subsidiaries and
to any personal information that is in the custody of or under the control
of Alberta Treasury Branches or any of its subsidiaries.

(2)  Notwithstanding subsection (1), any records of Alberta Treasury
Branches and of any of its subsidiaries that are subject to the Freedom of
Information and Protection of Privacy Act remain subject to that Act.


     Part 1
     Definitions for the      Purposes of the Act

"managing"
3   For the purposes of section 1(j) of the Act, "managing" includes
administering.


"enactment"
4(1)  For the purposes of section 20(n) of the Act, "enactment" means

     (a)  a statute of Alberta or Canada or of another province;

     (b)  an Alberta regulation or similar subordinate legislation of
another province that if enacted in Alberta would constitute an Alberta
regulation;

     (c)  a Canada regulation;

     (d)  an Order made by a Minister under a statute or a regulation
referred to in clause (a), (b) or (c).

(2)  For the purposes of section 24(2)(e) of the Act, "enactment" means

     (a)  a statute of Alberta or Canada or of another province;

     (b)  an Alberta regulation or similar subordinate legislation of
another province that if enacted in Alberta would constitute an Alberta
regulation;

     (c)  a Canada regulation;

     (d)  a legislative instrument of a professional regulatory
organization.


"regulation"
5   For the purposes of sections 14(b), 17(b) and 20(b) of the Act,
"regulation" means

     (a)  an Alberta regulation;

     (b)  a Canada regulation;

     (c)  a bylaw of a local government body;

     (d)  a legislative instrument of a professional regulatory
organization.


     Part 2
     Personal Information that is
     Publicly Available

Definitions
6   In this Part,

     (a)  "Corporate Registry" means

               (i)  the records maintained by the Registrar of
Corporations pursuant to a statute of Alberta or an Alberta regulation, and

               (ii) the records maintained by the Registrar of
Companies pursuant to a statute of Alberta or an Alberta regulation;

     (b)  "established purpose" means, when used in reference to a
registry, the purpose for which a registry is established and operated as
that purpose,

               (i)  in the case of a Government registry, is, directly
or indirectly, set out or otherwise described or provided for pursuant to

                         (A)  a statute of Alberta or an Alberta
regulation, or

                         (B)  any policy governing or relating to the
operation of the registry that is made pursuant to a statute of Alberta, an
Alberta regulation or by the Government,

               and

               (ii) in the case of a non-governmental registry, is set
out pursuant to a statute of Alberta or an Alberta regulation;

     (c)  "Government registry" means

               (i)  the Personal Property Registry,

               (ii) the Corporate Registry, and

               (iii)     the Land Titles Registry,

          and includes any other registry not referred to in subclauses
(i) to (iii) that is operated by the Government and to which the public has
access;

     (d)  "Land Titles Registry" means the register and the other records
required or authorized to be kept by the Registrar of Titles under the Land
Titles Act;

     (e)  "non-governmental registry" means a registry

               (i)  that is operated by an organization or a local
public body pursuant to a statute of Alberta or an Alberta regulation, and

               (ii) to which a right of public access is authorized by
law.



Publicly available personal information
7   For the purposes of sections 14(e), 17(e) and 20(j) of the Act,
personal information does not come within the meaning of "the information
is publicly available" except in the following circumstances:

     (a)  the personal information is contained in a telephone directory
but only if

               (i)  the information consists of the name, address and
telephone number of a subscriber to the directory,

               (ii) the directory is available to the public, and

               (iii)     the subscriber can refuse to have the personal
information appear in the directory;

     (b)  the personal information, including, but not limited to, the
name, title, address, telephone number and e-mail address of an individual,
is contained in a professional or business directory, listing or notice but
only if

               (i)  the directory, listing or notice is available to
the public, and

               (ii) the collection, use or disclosure of the personal
information relates directly to the purpose for which the information
appears in the directory, listing or notice;

     (c)  the personal information is contained in a registry that is

               (i)  a Government registry, or

               (ii) a non-governmental registry,

          but only if the collection, use or disclosure of the
information relates directly to the purpose for which the information
appears in the registry and that purpose is an established purpose of the
registry;

     (d)  the personal information is contained in a record of a
quasi-judicial body but only if

               (i)  the record is available to the public, and

               (ii) the collection, use or disclosure of the
information relates directly to the purpose for which the information
appears in the record;

     (e)  the personal information is contained in a publication,
including, but not limited to, a magazine, book or newspaper, whether in
printed or electronic form, but only if

               (i)  the publication is available to the public, and

               (ii) it is reasonable to assume that the individual that
the information is about provided that information;

     (f)  personal information that is under the control of an
organization and that has been collected from outside of Alberta, that if
collected from within Alberta would have been collected under the authority
of clause (a), (b), (c), (d) or (e), or any 2 or more of those clauses.


     Part 3
     Access to Records

Designated and non-designated offices
8(1)  For the purposes of enabling an individual to make a request under
section 26 of the Act to obtain access to personal information or to make a
request for a correction to personal information, an organization may
designate one or more offices of the organization to which the individual
may direct a written request.

(2)  If an organization designates an office under subsection (1), the
organization must

     (a)  make public the address of that office and the methods by which
that office can receive requests, and

     (b)  require that a request received by another office of the
organization be forwarded to the designated office as quickly as possible.

(3)  If an organization designates an office under subsection (1),

     (a)  a written request may be delivered to that office during normal
business hours of that office, and

     (b)  the time limit for responding to a request does not commence
until the request is received by that office.

(4)  If an organization has not designated an office under subsection (1),

     (a)  a written request may be delivered to any office of the
organization during normal business hours of that office, and

     (b)  the time limit for responding to a request commences when an
office of the organization receives the request.


Copy of record may be provided
9(1)  Instead of allowing an applicant to examine a record, an organization
may provide to the applicant a copy of the record in the situation where
allowing for examination of the record by the applicant

     (a)  would unreasonably interfere with the operations of the
organization,

     (b)  may result in the disclosure of information to which access is
not permitted or is refused under the Act, or

     (c)  may result in harm to or destruction of the record.

(2)  Where, in respect of subsection (1)(b), a copy of a record is provided
to an applicant by an organization, the copy of the record is not to
include information to which access is not permitted or is refused under
the Act.


Alternative means for making a request
10   Notwithstanding anything in this Part, an organization may provide
alternative means for an applicant to make a request for access to or
correction of personal information about the applicant if the applicant is
unable to make a written request.


     Part 4
     Archival Purposes and Research

Definitions
11   For the purposes of the Act and this Part,

     (a)  "archival institution" means an institution

               (i)  to which archival records are transferred for
permanent preservation, and

               (ii) that provides public access to its archival
collections;

     (b)  "archival records" means records of historic or archival
importance;

     (c)  "for archival purposes" means for the purposes

               (i)  of preserving archival records, and

               (ii) making those records accessible in an archival
institution to the public.


Collection, use and disclosure by archival institution
12(1)  An archival institution may, for archival purposes, collect and use
personal information about an individual without the consent of the
individual and, as part of carrying out the archival purposes, may engage
in the appraisal, acquisition, conservation, arrangement and description of
records.

(2)  An archival institution may disclose personal information about an
individual without the consent of the individual for a research purpose but
only if

     (a)  in the case of individually identifiable information, the
disclosure is necessary for the research purpose,

     (b)  the disclosure is not harmful to the individual concerned,

     (c)  the research purpose is not contrary to the purposes and intent
of the Act, and

     (d)  either

               (i)  a reasonable person, taking into consideration all
relevant circumstances, would find that disclosure of the personal
information was appropriate at the time, or

               (ii) the information is disclosed under a research
agreement.

(3)  If personal information is to be disclosed under a research agreement,
the person to whom the information is to be disclosed must agree to do all
of the following:

     (a)  to use the information only for the research purpose;

     (b)  to make reasonable security arrangements to protect the
information;

     (c)  to maintain the confidentiality of the information;

     (d)  to not contact any individual to whom the information relates;

     (e)  to remove or destroy, at the earliest reasonable time,
individual identifiers;

     (f)  to not disclose the information in individually identifiable
form;

     (g)  to notify the archival institution immediately of an breach of
the agreement.


Prohibition re use and disclosure
13   An archival institution shall not use or disclose personal information
that is contained in its archival records for any purpose other than for
archival purposes or research purposes.


Collection, use and disclosure by non-archival institution
14(1)  An organization that is not an archival institution may, for
archival purposes, collect and use personal information about an individual
without the consent of the individual and, as part of carrying out the
archival purposes, may engage in

     (a)  the acquisition of records of historical importance for
transfer to an archival institution, and

     (b)  the preparation of organizational records for archival
appraisal and transfer to an archival institution.

(2)  An organization that is not an archival institution may, for archival
purposes, disclose personal information about an individual without the
consent of the individual and, as part of carrying out the archival
purposes, may engage in

     (a)  the obtaining of an archival appraisal of the organization's
record, and

     (b)  the transferring of custody and control of the organization's
records to an archival institution.

(3)  An organization that is not an archival institution may, under a
research agreement, disclose personal information about an individual
without the consent of the individual but only if

     (a)  the person to whom the information is to be disclosed agrees to
comply with the same requirements as those established in respect of
archival institutions under section 12(3),

     (b)  the research has been approved by a recognized research ethics
review committee, and

     (c)  the researcher has agreed to any additional conditions imposed
by the ethics review committee.


     Part 5
     Fees

Providing of estimate
15  If an organization pursuant to section 32 of the Act intends to charge
a fee for processing a request for access to personal information and
provides a written estimate to an applicant, processing of the request
ceases once the notice of estimate has been sent to the applicant and is
not to recommence until

     (a)  the estimate has been accepted, and

     (b)  where a deposit is required, the deposit has been paid.


Acceptance of estimate, etc.
16   Where

     (a)  an applicant has been given an estimate by an organization
under section 32(3) of the Act, and

     (b)  the organization has not received a response from the applicant
within 30 days from the day that the estimate was given to the applicant,

the organization may consider the applicant's request to have been
withdrawn.


Fees owing
17(1)  Where, prior to the providing of information pursuant to a request,
all or a portion of the fee payable in respect of that request remains
owing, the balance of the fee that is owing is payable at the time that the
information is delivered to the applicant.

(2)  An organization may decline to deliver any information pursuant to a
request until the total fee payable in respect of that request is paid.


Fee re personal employee information
18   An organization may not charge a fee to process a request for personal
employee information.


     Part 6
     Additional Subject-matter Respecting
     Collection, Use and Disclosure

Additional subject-matter
19   Without restricting the generality of sections 14(b), 17(b) or 20(b)
of the Act, an organization may collect, use and disclose personal
information about an individual without the consent of the individual in
the following circumstances:

     (a)  the collection, use or disclosure is necessary to comply with a
collective agreement referred to in section 128 of the Labour Relations
Code;

     (b)  the collection, use or disclosure is necessary to comply with
an audit or inspection of or by the organization where the audit or
inspection is authorized or required by a statute of Alberta or Canada, an
Alberta regulation or a Canada regulation;

     (c)  the collection of personal information is authorized or
required by a statute of Alberta or an Alberta regulation and the method of
collection is by way of a form approved or otherwise provided for under
that statute or regulation.


     Part 7
     Professional Regulatory Organization

Interpretation
20(1)  In this Part,

     (a)  "authorization" means an authorization referred to in section
21(a);

     (b)  "code" means a personal information code as defined in section
55 of the Act.

(2)  For the purposes of this Part, operating in accordance with a code
includes the collection, use and disclosure of personal information
pursuant to the code insofar as the code provides for the collection, use
and disclosure.


Establishment of professional regulatory organization program
21   There is hereby established a program under which the Minister may

     (a)  grant an authorization to a professional regulatory
organization authorizing the professional regulatory organization to
operate in accordance with a personal information code;

     (b)  direct that, during the period that a code is in effect for a
professional regulatory organization,

               (i)  the code, with respect to matters provided for
under the code, is to operate in the place of sections 1 to 35, or any one
or more of those provisions, of the Act insofar as the code provides for
those matters, and

               (ii) compliance by the professional regulatory
organization with the code, the terms or conditions, if any, imposed by the
Minister and the directions, if any, of the Commissioner given under
section 55 of the Act is deemed to be compliance with sections 1 to 35, or
any one or more of those provisions, of the Act insofar as the code
operates in the place of those provisions;

     (c)  impose any terms or conditions in respect of a code, an
authorization referred to in clause (a) or a direction referred to in
clause (b).


Personal information code
22(1)  A personal information code must, at least, meet the following
criteria:

     (a)  the code must, with respect to sections 1 to 35 of the Act, 
address in whole or in part, the matters dealt with by those provisions;

     (b)  the code must include a provision stating which sections of the
Act the code addresses;

     (c)  the code must include provisions relating to the way the code
is established and the way in which it will be reviewed by the professional
regulatory organization;

     (d)  the code must include a provision for publishing the code in
printed or electronic form.

(2)  A code may include

     (a)  additional provisions for the protection of personal
information that are consistent with the purposes and intent  of sections 1
to 35 of the Act;

     (b)  provisions for a complaint or review procedure to be operated
by the professional regulatory organization.


Application for authorization
23(1)  A professional regulatory organization that wishes to operate under
a code must apply to the Minister for an authorization in respect of that
code.

(2)  In making an application for an authorization, the applicant must

     (a)  file with the Minister a copy of the code in a form or format
that is acceptable to the Minister, and

     (b)  provide to the Minister a proposed date on which the code is to
come into force and any other information that the Minister requests.

(3)  The application for an authorization must be signed by a person
authorized to sign on behalf of the governing body of the professional
regulatory organization.


Granting of authorization
24   After receiving an application from a professional regulatory
organization for an authorization in respect of a code, the Minister may,
subject to any terms or conditions that the Minister considers appropriate,

     (a)  grant an authorization to the professional regulatory
organization authorizing the professional regulatory organization to
operate in accordance with the code, and

     (b)  direct that, during the period that the code is in effect,

               (i)  the code with respect to matters provided for under
the code, will operate in the place of sections 1 to 35, or any one or more
of those provisions, of the Act insofar as the code provides for those
matters, and

               (ii) compliance by the professional regulatory
organization with the code, the terms or conditions, if any, imposed by the
Minister and the directions, if any, of the Commissioner given under
section 55 of the Act is deemed to be compliance with sections 1 to 35, or
any one or more of those provisions, of the Act insofar as the code
operates in the place of those provisions.


Effect of authorization
25(1)  During the period that an authorization for a code is in effect,

     (a)  the code is in effect,

     (b)  the professional regulatory organization may operate in
accordance with the code, and

     (c)  the direction given under section 24(b) is in effect.

(2)  During the period that code is in effect,

     (a)  the code, with respect to matters provided for under the code,
operates in the place of sections 1 to 35, or any one or more of those
provisions, of the Act insofar as the code provides for those matters, and

     (b)  compliance by the professional regulatory organization with the
code, the terms or conditions, if any, imposed by the Minister and the
directions, if any, of the Commissioner given under section 55 of the Act
is deemed to be compliance with sections 1 to 35, or any one or more of
those provisions, of the Act insofar as the code operates in the place of
those provisions.


Revocation of authorization
26(1)  The Minister may revoke an authorization either

     (a)  at the request of the professional regulatory organization, or

     (b)  where the Minister considers it appropriate to do so.

(2)  The Minister may make the revocation subject to any terms or
conditions that the Minister considers appropriate in order to permit the
revocation to take effect in an orderly manner.

(3)  On the revocation of an authorization,

     (a)  the code, subject to any terms or conditions imposed by the
Minister, ceases to be in effect, and

     (b)  to the extent that code ceases to be in effect, the direction
given under section 24(b) ceases to operate.

(4)  Where the Minister intends to revoke an authorization, the Minister
must notify

     (a)  the professional regulatory organization to which the
authorization was granted, and

     (b)  the Minister who is responsible for the statute under which the
professional regulatory organization was established or otherwise operates.


Publication in The Alberta Gazette
27   The Minister must publish in Part 1 of The Alberta Gazette a copy of
every

     (a)  authorization granted and the code for which the authorization
was granted;

     (b)  direction given under section 24(b);

     (c)  revocation of an authorization.


Act and code prevail
28(1)  In this section, "legislative instrument" does not include a code.

(2)  If a provision of

     (a)  any legislative instrument of a professional regulatory
organization, or

     (b)  any rule of conduct or practice, policy, directive or
instruction of any nature of a professional regulatory organization,

is in conflict with a provision of the Act, the code of the professional
regulatory organization or the operation of the Act as modified by the
code, the Act and the code prevail.


     Part 8
     Coming into Force and Expiry

Coming into force
29   This Regulation comes into force on January 1, 2004.


Expiry
30   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, 2010.


     Alberta Regulation 367/2003

     Victims of Crime Act

     VICTIMS' BENEFITS AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  December 10, 2003

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 552/2003) on December 10,
2003 pursuant to section 17 of the Victims of Crime Act.


1   The Victims' Benefits Regulation (AR 201/97) is amended by this
Regulation.


2   Section 8 is amended by striking out "December 31, 2003" and
substituting "March 31, 2004".


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     Alberta Regulation 368/2003

     Victims of Crime Act

     VICTIMS' PROGRAMS AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  December 10, 2003

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 553/2003) on December 10,
2003 pursuant to section 17 of the Victims of Crime Act.


1   The Victims' Programs Regulation (AR 135/97) is amended by this
Regulation.


2   Section 8 is amended by striking out "December 31, 2003" and
substituting "March 31, 2004".


     Alberta Regulation 369/2003

     Judgment Interest Act

     JUDGMENT INTEREST AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  December 10, 2003

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 555/2003) on December 10,
2003 pursuant to section 4 of the Judgment Interest Act.


1   The Judgment Interest Regulation (AR 364/84) is amended by this
Regulation.


2   The following is added after section 19:

     20   The interest rate from January 1, 2004 to December 31, 2004 is
prescribed at 3.75% per year.


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     Alberta Regulation 370/2003

     Nursing Profession Act

     NURSING PROFESSION EXTENDED PRACTICE ROSTER
     AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  December 10, 2003

Approved by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 562/2003) on December
10, 2003 pursuant to section 99 of the Nursing Profession Act and made by
the Alberta Association of Registered Nurses on November 10, 2003.


1   The Nursing Profession Extended Practice Roster Regulation (AR 16/99)
is amended by this Regulation.


2   Section 12 is repealed.


     Alberta Regulation 371/2003

     Farm Implement Act

     FARM IMPLEMENT AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  December 10, 2003

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 563/2003) on December 10,
2003 pursuant to section 30 of the Farm Implement Act.


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


2   Section 2 is amended

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

     (1.1)  An application must be accompanied by an assessment if
required and the levy set pursuant to the Act.

     (b)  by repealing subsection (4).


3   Section 4 is amended

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

     (1.1)  A licence may be issued with respect to one premises only.

     (b)  by repealing subsection (2).


4   The following is added after section 8:

     8.01(1)  If an assessment is not paid by the date specified, the
person who was to pay the assessment is liable for the payment of a penalty
on the unpaid amount at the judgment rate, running from the due date until
the assessment and penalty are fully paid.

     (2)  An unpaid penalty together with the unpaid assessment
constitutes a debt owing to the Board and may be recovered in accordance
with section 41 of the Act.


5   The following is added after section 8.2:


     8.3(1)  The membership of the Board is as follows:

               (a)  one person appointed by the Minister;

               (b)  one person appointed by the Canada West Equipment
Dealers Association or its successor organization;

               (c)  one person appointed by the Canadian Farm and
Industrial Equipment Institute or its successor AEM-Canada, local arm of
the Association of Equipment Manufacturers of Canada or its successor
organization;

               (d)  one person appointed by the PIMA-Agricultural
Manufacturers of Canada or its successor organization;

               (e)  one person appointed by the Wild Rose Agricultural
Producers or its successor organization;

               (f)  one person appointed by a farm commodity group
designated by the Wild Rose Agricultural Producers or its successor
organization;

               (g)  one person appointed by a farm commodity group
designated by the Wild Rose Agricultural Producers or its successor
organization.

     (2)  The term of office of the initial appointment

               (a)  under subsection (1)(a) is 3 years,

               (b)  under subsection (1)(b) is one year,

               (c)  under subsection (1)(c) is 3 years,

               (d)  under subsection (1)(d) is 2 years,

               (e)  under subsection (1)(e) is 3 years,

               (f)  under subsection (1)(f) is one year, and

               (g)  under subsection (1)(g) is 2 years.

     (3)  After the initial appointments under subsection (1) the term of
office is 3 years.

     (4)  The members of the Board determine who is the chair and the
vice-chair from among the members appointed pursuant to subsection (1)(e),
(f) or (g).

     (5)  An alternate member appointed by an organization referred to in
subsection (1) may act in place of a member representing the organization
when the member is absent or unable to act or when there is no member.

     (6)  If an organization referred to in subsection (1) refuses to
appoint a member or an alternate member or if the member and alternate
member of the organization refuses to attend a meeting of the Board, the
members of the Board may by unanimous resolution appoint a member or an
alternate member to the Board.

     8.4   The Board must

               (a)  within 15 days after any change among the members
of the Board is made, provide the Minister with a notice of the change, and

               (b)  at the same time as it circulates any one of the
following documents to the members of the Board, provide the Minister with
a copy of it:

                         (i)  notice of Board meetings;

                         (ii) minutes of Board meetings and the
resolutions of the Board and any committee or panel of the Board;

                         (iii)     background information and documents
provided by the Board to its members.

     8.5(1)  The Board must, within 2 days of receiving an appeal or
application for compensation acknowledge its receipt and advise if any
further information is required.

     (2)  The Board must, within 10 days of receiving a notice of appeal
or application for compensation, appoint, from the members of the Board, a
panel to hear the appeal or application for compensation.

     (3)  The right to an appeal does not eliminate the duty of the
parties to negotiate in good faith during the period between the
commencement of the notice period and the appointment of the panel.

     (4)  A panel consisting of not less than 3 members of the Board may
hear

               (a)  an appeal from a decision to cancel or suspend a
licence or to refuse to issue a licence, or

               (b)  an application for compensation from the Fund.

     (5)  A power or duty carried out by a panel is a power or duty
carried out by the Board.

     (6)  Two or more panels may carry out their powers and duties
simultaneously.

     (7)  The Board must set and notify the parties to the appeal or
application for compensation of the time, date and place of the appeal or
hearing.

     (8)  The panel must hear the appeal or application for compensation
as soon as practicable after the panel is appointed.

     (9)  The panel must, within 15 days of the conclusion of the hearing,
make a written decision on the matter that includes its reasons for the
decision and must serve it on the parties to the appeal or application for
compensation.

     (10)  An appeal or an application for compensation may be determined
by the panel based on written submissions and without the right to an oral
hearing.

     (11)  The panel hearing an appeal may confirm, vary or quash the
action or decision that is being appealed and the panel hearing an
application for compensation may award or deny the application or award an
amount less than the applicant applied for.

     (12)  The panel may, prior to conducting the hearing, convene a
meeting of the parties to the application for compensation for the purpose
of mediating a resolution of the subject-matter of the application.

     8.6   Conditions of holding and investing the Fund include

               (a)  that the Board must

                         (i)  at least 60 days before the beginning
of each fiscal year, provide to the Minister in a form acceptable to the
Minister a budget for the Fund and the Board for the coming fiscal year,
including proposed levies and assessments and the anticipated costs of
Board operations, including audit costs;

                         (ii) not more than 60 days after the end of
each fiscal year, provide to the Minister in a form acceptable to the
Minister a report containing

                                   (A)  any rules governing its
practice and procedure made by the Board during that fiscal year, and

                                   (B)  audited financial
statements for the Fund for that fiscal year,

                         (iii)     provide any other information and
reports that the Minister may require, within the time the Minister may
specify, and

               (b)  that if the Board is authorized to deposit or
invest the Fund in the Consolidated Cash Investment Trust Fund the Board
must deposit and invest the Fund only in the Consolidated Cash Investment
Trust Fund.

     8.7(1)  For the purposes of determining whether the Board is carrying
out its powers, duties, functions and operations under the Act and this
Regulation to a standard and in a competent manner that is acceptable to
the Minister, the Minister or a person on behalf of the Minister may, at
the Minister's expense, conduct an audit of the Board's operations and of
files, records and documents whether maintained in paper or electronic
form.

     (2)  In carrying out an audit the Minister or a person on behalf of
the Minister may during normal business hours make copies of material found
in the Board's files and of its records and documents.


6   The Schedule is amended

     (a)  in Form A

               (i)  in the Note by repealing item 2 and substituting
the following:

               2   The levy in the required amount and the assessment,
if required by cheque or money order payable to the Farm Implement Board.

               (ii) by striking out the box lab labelled "For
Departmental Use Only";

     (b)  by repealing Form B;

     (c)  in Form D

               (i)  in the Note by repealing item 3 and substituting
the following:

               3   The levy in the required amount and the assessment,
if required by cheque or money order payable to the Farm Implement Board.

               (ii) by striking out the box labelled "For Departmental
Use Only";

     (d)  by repealing Form E.


7   This Regulation comes into force on January 1, 2004.


     Alberta Regulation 372/2003

     Farm Implement Act

     FARM IMPLEMENT TRANSITIONAL REGULATION

     Filed:  December 10, 2003

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 564/2003) on December 10,
2003 pursuant to section 30.1 of the Farm Implement Act.


     Table of Contents

Levy 1, 2
Assessment     3
Coming into force   4
Repeal    5



Levy
1   The levy for an applicant for a dealer's licence in 2004 is $750.


Levy
2   The levy for an applicant for a distributor's licence in 2004 is $750.


Assessment
3   The assessment for an applicant for a licence in 2004 who operated as a
dealer or distributor in 2003 without a licence is $750.


Coming into force
4   This Regulation comes into force on January 1, 2004.


Repeal
5   This Regulation is repealed on December 31, 2004.


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     Alberta Regulation 373/2003

     Marketing of Agricultural Products Act

     ALBERTA SHEEP AND WOOL COMMISSION PLAN
     AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  December 10, 2003

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 565/2003) on December 10,
2003 pursuant to section 23 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act.


1   The Alberta Sheep and Wool Commission Plan Regulation (AR 263/2001) is
amended by this Regulation.


2   Section 1 is amended

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

               (g)  "dealer" means a person who

                         (i)  buys wool from a producer,

                         (ii) acquires wool from a producer for sale
on the producer's behalf,

                         (iii)     acts as an agent for a buyer of wool
from a producer, or

                         (iv) acts as an agent in the buying or
selling of wool and in respect of buying makes direct payment to the
producer;

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

               (o)  "producer" means a person who

                         (i)  breeds, raises, feeds or owns sheep, or

                         (ii) sells wool that is sheared from sheep
owned by that person;


3   Section 10 is amended by renumbering clause (a) as clause (a.1) and
adding the following before clause (a):

     (a)  requiring producers engaged in the production or marketing, or
both, of the regulated product to register their names and addresses with
the Commission;


4   Section 11 is amended

     (a)  in clause (a) by striking out "licence fees from dealers and";

     (b)  clause (b) is repealed and the following is substituted:

               (b)  every producer must pay a service charge

                         (i)  on each sheep, and

                         (ii) on each kilogram or pound of wool sold
by the producer;


     Alberta Regulation 374/2003

     Insurance Act

     MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  December 10, 2003

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 566/2003) on December 10,
2003 pursuant to section 16 of the Insurance Act.


1   The Miscellaneous Provisions Regulation (AR 120/2001) is amended by
this Regulation.


2   The following is added after section 5.1:

Farm Implement Fund exemption
     5.2(1)  The Act does not apply to the Farm Implement Board or to the
Fund that the Board holds pursuant to the Farm Implement Act.

     (2)  The Board must submit to the Superintendent of Insurance a copy
of the Fund's audited financial statements within 60 days after the end of
the fiscal year to which the statements relate.


3   Section 8 is repealed.


4   This Regulation comes into force on January 1, 2004.


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     Alberta Regulation 375/2003

     Insurance Act

     CERTIFICATE EXPIRY, PENALTIES AND FEES
     AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  December 10, 2003

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 567/2003) on December 10,
2003 pursuant to section 498 of the Insurance Act.


1   The Certificate Expiry, Penalties and Fees Regulation (AR 125/2001) is
amended by this Regulation.


2   Section 2 is amended

     (a)  by striking out "this Part" and substituting "sections 3 to
12";

     (b)  by adding "and those in section 12.1 apply to things done by
the Minister and the Accreditation Committee under the Insurance Agents and
Adjusters Regulation (AR 122/2001)" after "Act".


3   Section 3 is amended

     (a)  in clause (b) by striking out "$60" and substituting "$70";

     (b)  in clauses (c) and (d) by striking out "$25" and substituting
"$45".


4   Section 4 is amended by striking out "$60" and substituting "$70".


5   Section 5(1)(a) and (b) are amended by striking out "$600" and
substituting "$750".


6   Section 6 is repealed and the following is substituted:

Amendment or reinstatement of certificate
     6   The fee payable for the amendment or reinstatement of a
certificate of authority is $25.


7   Sections 7 and 8 are amended by striking out "$10" and substituting
"$25".


8   Section 9 is repealed and the following is substituted:

Writing of examinations
     9   The following fees are payable to write the respective qualifying
examination:

               (a)  by a general insurance agent  $50;

               (b)  by an insurance adjuster $50;

               (c)  by an accident and sickness insurance agent  $50;

               (d)  by a full life insurance agent     $90;

               (e)  by a probationary life insurance agent
                    (subject to clause (f))  $50;

               (f)  by a probationary, who wishes to qualify
                    as a full, life insurance agent    $40.


9   Section 12 is amended

     (a)  in clause (a) by striking out "$100" and substituting "$150";

     (b)  in clause (b) by striking out "$175" and substituting "$225";

     (c)  in clause (c) by striking out "$325" and substituting "$375";

     (d)  in clause (d) by striking out "$450" and substituting "$500";

     (e)  in clause (e) by striking out "$600" and substituting "$700";

     (f)  in clause (f) by striking out "$1000" and substituting "$1500";

     (g)  in clause (g) by striking out "$2500" and substituting "$3000";

     (h)  in clause (h) by striking out "$5000" and substituting "$5500".


10   The following is added after section 12:

Continuing education
     12.1(1)  The fee payable by a continuing education provider,

               (a)  for the year in which an approval of the provider
under section 29(2) of the Insurance Agents and Adjusters Regulation (AR
122/2001) is applied for (whether successfully or not) and for each
subsequent year in which such an approval is held, is $250, and

               (b)  for applying for an approval under section 29(2.1)
of that Regulation in respect of each particular continuing education
course, is $100.

     (2)  Continuing education providers shall pay the fees under
subsection (1) to the Alberta Insurance Council.


     Alberta Regulation 376/2003

     Insurance Act

     INSURANCE AGENTS AND ADJUSTERS AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  December 10, 2003

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 568/2003) on December 10,
2003 pursuant to section 498 of the Insurance Act.


1   The Insurance Agents and Adjusters Regulation (AR 122/2001) is amended
by this Regulation.


2   Section 9 is amended

     (a)  in subsection (5.1)(a) by striking out "or suspended" and
substituting ", suspended or not renewed";

     (b)  by repealing subsection (7).


3   Section 29 is amended

     (a)  by repealing subsection (2) and substituting the following:

     (2)  The Minister may, on the recommendation of the Accreditation
Committee, approve a continuing education provider for the purposes of this
subsection, and on the Minister's doing so, that provider is authorized to
accredit its own continuing education courses for certificates of authority
and the hours of each such course.

     (2.1)  The Minister may, after taking into consideration any
recommendations made by the Accreditation Committee, approve, in respect of
a certificate of authority,

               (a)  continuing education providers for the purposes of
this subsection,

               (b)  the continuing education courses that those
providers are authorized to provide, and

               (c)  the hours of each such course.

     (2.2)  An approval given under subsection (2) or (2.1) is subject to
such terms and conditions as the Minister imposes on the provider.

     (b)  in subsection (3) by adding "under subsection (2.1)" after
"courses approved".


4   Section 30 is amended by adding the following after subsection (7):

     (7.1)  If a person misses a deadline imposed by any of subsections
(1) to (7), then, notwithstanding that provision, the person may complete
the 15-hour requirement of that provision after that deadline but,
notwithstanding section 32 and anything else in this Regulation to the
contrary, the hours so spent in completing that requirement may not be
counted toward completing any requirement of any other provision of this
Regulation.


5   Section 31 is amended

     (a)  by renumbering it as section 31(1);

     (b)  by striking out "requested" and substituting "required";

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

     (2)  If the certificate holder does not provide the record within 14
days after receiving a demand made under subsection (1), the certificate of
authority is automatically suspended from the expiration of that period
until the demand is complied with.


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     Alberta Regulation 377/2003

     Alberta Personal Property Bill of Rights

     EXEMPTION AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  December 10, 2003

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 577/2003) on December 10,
2003 pursuant to section 5 of the Alberta Personal Property Bill of Rights.


1   The Exemption Regulation (AR 125/99) is amended by this Regulation.


2   Section 2 is amended by adding the following after clause (c):

     (c.1)     the Gaming and Liquor Act;

     (c.2)     the Horse Racing Alberta Act;


3   Section 5 is amended by renumbering clause (a) as clause (a.1) and by
adding the following before clause (a.1):

     (a)  the Gaming and Liquor Regulation (AR 143/96);


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     Alberta Regulation 378/2003

     Local Authorities Election Act

     LOCAL AUTHORITIES ELECTION FORMS REGULATION

     Filed:  December 11, 2003

Made by the Minister of Municipal Affairs (M.O. L:130/03) on November 27,
2003 pursuant to section 159(2)(a) of the Local Authorities Election Act.


Forms
1(1)  The forms set out in Schedule 1 are the English forms for use under
the Local Authorities Election Act.

(2)  The forms set out in Schedule 2 are the French forms for use under the
Local Authorities Election Act.

(3)  The forms set out in Schedules 2 and 3 are the forms for use under the
Local Authorities Election Act for the election of members of a Regional
authority as defined in the School Act.


Use of Title
2   If a council has passed a bylaw under section 155 of the Municipal
Government Act, the title directed by that council for "councillor" or
"chief elected official" is the title that may, in that local jurisdiction,
replace councillor or chief elected official on the forms in the Schedules.


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 October 31, 2009.


     SCHEDULE 1

The following are the forms set out in this Schedule:

Form      In Respect
Number          Form Title    of Section

1    Oath of Returning Officer and Agent     16

1A   Statement of Deputy, Enumerator
     and Constable  16,71

2    Notice of Nomination Day 26

2 SV Notice of Nomination Day for 
     Summer Villages     12,26

3    Nomination Paper and Candidate's
     Acceptance     
        Local Authorities Election Act  12,21,22,27, 28(3.1),
          47,151
        School Act  44(4)

4    Notice of Election  12,35,46

5    Notice of Vote on a Bylaw or Question   7,12,35,46

6    Ballot    42,43,44

7    Instructions for Electors     45

7A   Enumerator, Candidate or Campaign
     Worker Proof of Identification for
     Section 52 Access   52

8    Voting Register
        Local Authorities Election Act  47,53,54(2), 59,78
        School Act                                                         44(4)

8 SV Voting Register for Summer Villages     12,47,53,
          59,78

9    Presiding Deputy's Certification
     and Statement on Completion of
     Ballot Count   90,91

10   Statement of Agent  69,70

11   Statement of Interpreter, 
     Incapacitated Elector, Friend of 
     Incapacitated Elector    72,78

12   Statement for Advance Vote    76,77

13   Note of Objection to a Ballot 87

14   Ballot Account and Result of Vote  88,89

15   Disclaimer before a Complaint 144

16   Disclaimer after Motion  143

17   Request for Special Ballot Package 77.1

18   Special Ballot Package   77.1,77.2

19   Special Ballot Voting Instructions 77.1,77.2

20   Special Ballot Certificate Envelope     77.1,77.2


FORM 1    OATH OF RETURNING OFFICER
     AND AGENT
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Section 16)

LOCAL JURISDICTION:      , PROVINCE OF ALBERTA

ELECTION DATE:      

I,      (Name of Person Taking Oath)    , solemnly swear (affirm)

THAT I will diligently, faithfully and to the best of my ability execute
according to law the office of   (Office Appointed To)      .

THAT I will not communicate to any person any information obtained at an
election or in the course of carrying out my duties as to the candidate or
candidates for whom a person has voted, or at a vote on a bylaw or
question, as to whether a person has voted for or against a bylaw or
question.

THAT, where applicable, I will not communicate to any person any
information obtained in the course of carrying out my duties as a returning
officer or agent.

THAT I will in all respects maintain and aid in maintaining the absolute
secrecy of the vote.

SWORN (AFFIRMED) before me)
at the          of                            )                          
                      
in the Province of Alberta this          )  (Signature of Person Taking
Oath)
       day of          , 20     .             )
                                                             )
                                                             )
(Signature of Returning Officer
 or Commissioner for Oaths)


     IT IS AN OFFENCE TO SIGN A FALSE AFFIDAVIT

NOTE:
The personal information that is being collected under the authority of the
Local Authorities Election Act will be used for the purposes under that
Act.  It is protected by the privacy provisions of the Freedom of
Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

If you have any questions about the collection, contact

    (title and business phone number of the responsible official)    


FORM 1A   STATEMENT OF DEPUTY,
     ENUMERATOR AND CONSTABLE
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Sections 16, 71)

LOCAL JURISDICTION:      , PROVINCE OF ALBERTA

ELECTION DATE:      

I,    (Name of Deputy, Enumerator or Constable) , solemnly state

THAT I will diligently, faithfully and to the best of my ability execute
according to law the office of   (Office Appointed To)      .

THAT I will not communicate to any person any information obtained at an
election or in the course of carrying out my duties as to the candidate or
candidates for whom a person has voted, or at a vote on a bylaw or
question, as to whether a person has voted for or against a bylaw or
question.

THAT, where applicable, I will not communicate to any person any
information obtained in the course of carrying out my duties as a deputy,
enumerator or constable.

THAT I will in all respects maintain and aid in maintaining the absolute
secrecy of the vote.

                                                                 
                                                            (Signature of Deputy, Enumerator or Constable)


     IT IS AN OFFENCE TO SIGN A FALSE AFFIDAVIT

NOTE:
The personal information that is being collected under the authority of the
Local Authorities Election Act will be used for the purposes under that
Act.  It is protected by the privacy provisions of the Freedom of
Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

If you have any questions about the collection, contact

    (title and business phone number of the responsible official)    


FORM 2    NOTICE OF NOMINATION DAY
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Section 26)

LOCAL JURISDICTION:      , PROVINCE OF ALBERTA

Notice is hereby given that Nomination Day is    (Date)    and that
nominations for the election of candidates for the following offices will
be received at the location of the local jurisdiction office set out below
between the hours of    (Start Time)    and 12:00 Noon on Nomination Day.

          Ward or Electoral
     Number of Division Number
Office(s) Vacancies (If Applicable)

















Location (Address) of Local Jurisdiction Office:
                                                                           
  
                                                                           
  


DATED at the                                 of    in the
Province of Alberta, this                 day of   20       .

          (Returning Officer)     


FORM 2 SV NOTICE OF NOMINATION DAY
     FOR SUMMER VILLAGES
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Sections 12, 26)

LOCAL JURISDICTION:      , PROVINCE OF ALBERTA

Notice is hereby given that Nomination Day is    (Date)    and that
nominations for the election of candidates for the following offices will
be received between the hours of                         and                
    at    (Location)           

          
     Number of
Office(s) Vacancies















DATED at the                                 of    in the
Province of Alberta, this                 day of   20        .

          (Returning Officer)     


FORM 3    NOMINATION PAPER AND
     CANDIDATE'S ACCEPTANCE
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Sections 12, 21, 22, 27, 28(3.1), 47, 151)
     School Act (Section 44(4))

LOCAL JURISDICTION:      , PROVINCE OF ALBERTA

We, the undersigned electors of      (Name of Local Jurisdiction and Ward,
if applicable)     , nominate   (Candidate's Surname) (Given Names)   of  
(Street Address or Legal Land Description of the Candidate's Residence)  
as a candidate at the election about to be held for the office of    
(Office Nominated For)     of                         (Name of Local
Jurisdiction)  .

Signatures of at least 5 ELECTORS ELIGIBLE TO VOTE in this election in
accordance with sections 27 and 47 of the Local Authorities Election Act
and section 44(4) of the School Act (if applicable).




Printed Name of Elector
Street Address or Legal Land Description of Residence of Elector
Signature of Elector



















CANDIDATE'S ACCEPTANCE

I, the above named candidate, solemnly swear (affirm):

         THAT I am eligible under sections 21 and 47 (and section 12, in
the case of summer villages) of the Local Authorities Election Act and
section 44(4) of the School Act (if applicable) to be elected to the
office; and
         THAT I am not otherwise disqualified under section 22 of the
Local Authorities Election Act; and
         THAT I will accept the office if elected; and
         THAT I have read sections 12, 21, 22, 27, 47 and 151 of the
Local Authorities Election Act and section 44(4) of the School Act (if
applicable) and understand their contents.

Print name as it should appear on the ballot
                                                            
   (Candidate's Surname)           (Given Names) (may include nicknames,
but not titles, i.e. Mr., Mrs., Dr.)

SWORN (AFFIRMED) before me)
at the          of                            )
in the Province of Alberta this          )                               
     
       day of          , 20     .             )    (Candidate's
Signature)
                                                             )
                                                             )
(Signature of Returning Officer
 or Commissioner for Oaths)


     IT IS AN OFFENCE TO SIGN A FALSE AFFIDAVIT
     OR A FORM THAT CONTAINS A FALSE STATEMENT

NOTE:
The personal information that is being collected under the authority of the
Local Authorities Election Act will be used for the purposes under that
Act.  It is protected by the privacy provisions of the Freedom of
Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

If you have any questions about the collection, contact

     (title and business phone number of the responsible official)   



RETURNING OFFICER'S NOTE OF OBJECTION
Name of Returning Officer:
Returning Officer's Initials:




Reason for Objection:




FORM 4    NOTICE OF ELECTION
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Sections 12, 35, 46)

LOCAL JURISDICTION:      , PROVINCE OF ALBERTA

Notice is hereby given that an election will be held for the filling of the
following offices:

          Ward or Electoral
     Number of Division Number
Office(s) Vacancies (If Applicable)


















Voting will take place on the          day of     
20     , between the hours of   (Start Time)   and   (Closing Time)  . 
Voting stations will be located at :
                                                             
                                                              

DATED at the                                 of    in the
Province of Alberta, this                 day of   20        .

          (Returning Officer)     



FORM 5    NOTICE OF VOTE ON A BYLAW
     OR QUESTION
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Sections 7, 12, 35, 46)

LOCAL JURISDICTION:      , PROVINCE OF ALBERTA

Notice is hereby given that a vote of the electors will be held on the
following:

     (Specify Bylaw or Question to be voted on:)


Voting will take place on the             day of  
20      , between the hours of    (Start Time)    and    (Closing Time)  . 
Voting stations will be located at:
                                                              
                                                              


DATED at the                                 of    in the
Province of Alberta, this                 day of   20       .

          (Returning Officer)     


FORM 6    BALLOT
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Sections 42, 43, 44)


     BALLOT FORM FOR CHIEF ELECTED OFFICIAL (CEO)




ELECTION OF CEO FOR THE
  (Local Jurisdiction)  
(List Names of Candidates Below)

                                                   

                                                   

                                                   

This ballot shall not be marked for more than one (1) candidate.



     BALLOT FORM FOR OTHER OFFICES




ELECTION OF (Office)
FOR THE
  (Local Jurisdiction)  
(List Names of Candidates Below)

                                                   

                                                   

                                                   

                                                   

The maximum number of candidates that can be voted for is   (Number)  .



USING SEPARATE BALLOTS FOR EACH OFFICE

     A separate ballot must be used for:

                   the office of chief elected official;
                   the offices of councillors;
                   the offices of school trustees.


BALLOT FOR A VOTE ON A BYLAW OR QUESTION

     The wording on a ballot for a vote on a bylaw or question must be
determined by a resolution of the elected authority.  The form of the
ballot may be determined by a resolution of the elected authority, however
if no resolution is passed, the returning officer must determine the form.


ARRANGING THE NAMES ON THE BALLOTS

     The names of the candidates on each ballot must be arranged
alphabetically in order of the surnames and, if 2 or more candidates have
the same surname, the names of those candidates must be arranged
alphabetically in order of their given names.

     If an elected authority passes a bylaw 2 months before an election
that provides that ballots be printed in as many lots as there are
candidates for the office, section 43(3) of the Local Authorities Election
Act applies.


INDICATING THE NUMBER OF CANDIDATES THAT CAN BE VOTED FOR

     Every ballot used in an election for a member of an elected authority
must contain a brief explanatory note stating the maximum number of
candidates that can be voted for in order not to make the ballot void, and
every ballot used in an election for chief elected official must contain a
brief explanatory note stating that the ballot shall not be marked for more
than one (1) candidate.


FORM 7    INSTRUCTIONS FOR ELECTORS
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Section 45)

TO VOTE:

         Mark each ballot by placing an "X" in the space provided on the
right hand side opposite the name of the candidate(s) of your choice.  The
ballot indicates the maximum number of candidates that can be voted for. 
You may vote for less than the maximum number, but not for more.


     EXAMPLES OF HOW TO MARK BALLOTS

     BALLOT FORM FOR THE ELECTION OF
     CHIEF ELECTED OFFICIAL (CEO)




ELECTION OF CEO FOR THE
  (Local Jurisdiction)  

Name One                                 

Name Two                             X  

Name Three                               

This ballot shall not be marked for more than one (1) candidate.



     BALLOT FORM FOR OTHER THAN THE ELECTION OF
     CHIEF ELECTED OFFICIAL (CEO)




ELECTION OF (Office)
FOR THE
  (Local Jurisdiction)  

Name One                                 

Name Two                             X  

Name Three                           X  

Name Four                                

Name Five                            X  

The maximum number of candidates that can be voted for is three (3).



         Fold each ballot so that your markings are concealed and the
initials of the deputy who issued the ballot(s) are visible.


AFTER MARKING YOUR BALLOT(S):

         Hand the ballot(s) to the deputy supervising the ballot box. 
The deputy will, after verifying your initials on the ballot(s), deposit
the ballot(s) in the ballot box or, at your request, return the ballot(s)
to you for deposit in the ballot box.

         You have now completed the voting process.  Please leave the
voting station.


BYLAW OR QUESTION BALLOT:

         In the case of a ballot for a bylaw or question, mark the
ballot by placing an "X" opposite either "For" or "Against" or opposite
either "Yes" or "No".


SPOILED BALLOT(S):

         If you have marked your ballot in error, or defaced it in any
way, you may return it and obtain a replacement from the deputy who gave it
to you.

     If a ballot is torn, defaced, or otherwise dealt with by an elector
so that the elector can be identified, the ballot is void and shall not be
counted.

     - A PERSON MAY VOTE ONLY ONCE -

     IT IS AN OFFENCE TO TAKE A BALLOT
     OUT OF A VOTING STATION


FORM 7A   ENUMERATOR, CANDIDATE OR
     CAMPAIGN WORKER PROOF
     OF IDENTIFICATION FOR
     SECTION 52 ACCESS
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Section 52)

LOCAL JURISDICTION:      , PROVINCE OF ALBERTA

ELECTION DATE:                                         

VOTING SUBDIVISION OR WARD (If Applicable):  

For the purposes of access authorized under section 52 of the Local
Authorities Election Act, this constitutes as identification for      
(Name)       of       (Address)       serving in the capacity of      
(Office)      .

Section 52 of the Local Authorities Election Act states that a person to
whom an enumerator, a candidate or a campaign worker on behalf of a
candidate has produced identification provided by the elected authority, in
accordance with the regulations, indicating that the person is an
enumerator, a candidate or a campaign worker shall not

     (a)  obstruct or interfere with, or

     (b)  cause or permit the obstruction or interference with,

the free access of the enumerator, candidate or campaign worker to each
residence in a building containing 2 or more residences or to each
residence in a mobile home park.

(Signature of Returning Officer or
Deputy Returning Officer)               

(Signature of Enumerator,
Candidate or Campaign
Worker named above)                     


FORM 8    VOTING REGISTER
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Sections 47, 53, 54(2), 59, 78)
     School Act (Section 44(4))

LOCAL JURISDICTION:      , PROVINCE OF ALBERTA

ELECTION DATE:                                         

VOTING SUBDIVISION OR WARD (If Applicable):  

VOTING STATION:                          


STATEMENT OF ELECTOR ELIGIBILITY


I,       (Name of Elector)     , of       (Address of Elector)   ,
am eligible to vote at the above mentioned election because:


        I have not voted before in this election;
        I am 18 years of age or older;
        I am a Canadian citizen;
        I have resided in Alberta for the six (6) consecutive          
months immediately preceding Election Day;
        My place of residence is in the Voting Subdivision
          or Ward on Election Day; and
        I am eligible to vote for:


Where applicable: (Check [ ] One)            A Public School Trustee
                                                                                A Separate School Trustee

             (Signature of Elector)        


     IT IS AN OFFENCE TO SIGN A FALSE STATEMENT



DEPUTY RETURNING OFFICER

VOTER NUMBER:                           

BALLOTS ISSUED TO ELECTOR  (Check [ ])

          Chief Elected Official                       Bylaw or
Question
          Councillors                                            Separate School Trustee
          Public School Trustee



OBJECTION TO PERSON VOTING
Name of Candidate/Agent/R.O. Making Objection:
Deputy's Initials:




Reason for Objection:



INCAPACI-TATED ELECTOR
Ballot of Incapacitated Elector Was Marked By Another Person: 
     (Check [ ])           



Reason:


OTHER




NOTE:
The personal information that is being collected under the authority of the
Local Authorities Election Act will be used for the purposes under that
Act.  It is protected by the privacy provisions of the Freedom of
Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

If you have any questions about the collection, contact

     (title and business phone number of the responsible official)     


FORM 8 SV VOTING REGISTER
     FOR SUMMER VILLAGES
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Sections 12, 47, 53, 59, 78)

LOCAL JURISDICTION: , PROVINCE OF ALBERTA

ELECTION DATE:                                     

VOTING SUBDIVISION OR WARD (If Applicable):  

VOTING STATION:                          


STATEMENT OF ELECTOR ELIGIBILITY

I,         (Name of Elector)      , of     (Address of Elector)      ,
am eligible to vote at the above mentioned election because:

         I have not voted before in this election;
         I am 18 years of age or older;
         I am a Canadian citizen;
         I am named on the tax roll as the person liable to  pay
property taxes for property within the summer  village, or the spouse or
adult interdependent partner of the person named,
          or
          I have resided in Alberta for the six (6) consecutive  months
immediately preceding Election Day and my place of residence is the Summer
Village on Election Day.

             (Signature of Elector)        

     IT IS AN OFFENCE TO SIGN A FALSE STATEMENT




DEPUTY RETURNING OFFICER

VOTER NUMBER:                                           

BALLOTS ISSUED TO ELECTOR  (Check [ ])

  Chief Elected Official                          Bylaw or Question
  Councillors



OBJECTION TO PERSON VOTING
Name of Candidate/Agent/R.O. Making Objection:
Deputy's Initials:




Reason for Objection:



INCAPACI-TATED ELECTOR
Ballot of Incapacitated Elector Was Marked By Another Person:
     (Check [ ])       



Reason:


OTHER




NOTE:
The personal information that is being collected under the authority of the
Local Authorities Election Act will be used for the purposes under that
Act.  It is protected by the privacy provisions of the Freedom of
Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

If you have any questions about the collection, contact

     (title and business phone number of the responsible official)     


FORM 9    PRESIDING DEPUTY'S CERTIFICATION
     AND STATEMENT ON COMPLETION
     OF BALLOT COUNT
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Sections 90, 91)


LOCAL JURISDICTION:      , PROVINCE OF ALBERTA

ELECTION DATE:                 

VOTING SUBDIVISION OR WARD (If Applicable):       

VOTING STATION:                          

I,     (Name of Presiding Deputy)   , certify that the number of persons
who have this day signed the voting register to vote at this voting station
is   (Figures)                 (Words)        , and that to the best of my
knowledge and belief the entries in the voting register, which are required
by law to be made, were correctly made.

     (Signature of Presiding Deputy Returning Officer)


     IT IS AN OFFENCE TO SIGN A FALSE STATEMENT


FORM 10   STATEMENT OF AGENT
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Sections 69, 70)

LOCAL JURISDICTION:      , PROVINCE OF ALBERTA

DATE OF ELECTION (OR VOTE ON A BYLAW OR QUESTION):     


I,        (Name of Agent)      , of   (Street Address or Legal Land
Description of the Residence of the Agent and the Mailing Address of the
Agent)   in the Province of Alberta, am at least 18 years of age and,

     (a)  FOR THE PURPOSES OF AN ELECTION, will act as agent on behalf of 
  (Name of Candidate)    for the office of   (Office for which Candidate
was Nominated)  

     OR

     (b)  FOR THE PURPOSES OF A VOTE ON A BYLAW, will act as agent for
those persons who are interested in

          (Check [ ] One)               promoting the passing of Bylaw
No.  
                                                       opposing
the passing of Bylaw No.      

     OR

     (c)  FOR THE PURPOSES OF A VOTE ON A QUESTION, will act as agent on
behalf of those persons who are interested in

          (Check [ ] One)               voting in the positive on the
question set out.
                                                       voting in
the negative on the question set out.

AND I will in all respects, maintain and aid in maintaining the absolute
secrecy of the vote.
          (Signature of Agent)     


     IT IS AN OFFENCE TO SIGN A FALSE STATEMENT

NOTE:
The personal information that is being collected under the authority of the
Local Authorities Election Act will be used for the purposes under that
Act.  It is protected by the privacy provisions of the Freedom of
Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

If you have any questions about the collection, contact

     (title and business phone number of the responsible official)     


FORM 11   STATEMENT OF INTERPRETER,
     INCAPACITATED ELECTOR,
     FRIEND OF INCAPACITATED ELECTOR
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Sections 72, 78)

LOCAL JURISDICTION:      , PROVINCE OF ALBERTA

ELECTION DATE:                           

VOTING SUBDIVISION OR WARD (If Applicable):  

VOTING STATION:                          



STATEMENT OF INTERPRETER

I,      (Name of Interpreter)   , of      (Address)    
in the Province of Alberta, will faithfully read or translate such
statements, questions and answers that the deputy returning officer may
require to be read or translated at this election and I will keep secret
all information which may come to me by virtue of being the interpreter for 
    (Name of Elector)     .
          (Signature of Interpreter)     








Deputy's Initials



STATEMENT OF INCAPACITATED ELECTOR

     VERBAL STATEMENT

Are you,        (Name of Incapacitated Elector)       , of         
(Address )         in the Province of Alberta, unable to mark your ballot
in the usual manner and you require assistance because of blindness, or you
require assistance because of a physical condition?

(Instruction to Deputy: Initial if the elector answers affirmatively to
this question.)











Deputy's Initials



STATEMENT OF FRIEND OR RELATIVE OF INCAPACITATED ELECTOR

I,    (Name of Friend or Relative of Incapacitated Elector)    ,  of      
(Address)   in the Province of Alberta, am the friend or relative of  
(Name of Incapacitated Elector)  , an incapacitated elector.  I will read
the ballot to my friend or relative, mark the ballot in accordance with the
elector's  instructions, and keep secret all information which may come to
me by virtue of assisting the elector.

  (Signature of Friend or Relative of Incapacitated Elector)  











Deputy's Initials



     IT IS AN OFFENCE TO MAKE OR
     SIGN A FALSE STATEMENT

     (FILE WITH ELECTOR'S VOTING REGISTER FORM)

NOTE:
The personal information that is being collected under the authority of the
Local Authorities Election Act will be used for the purposes under that
Act.  It is protected by the privacy provisions of the Freedom of
Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

If you have any questions about the collection, contact

     (title and business phone number of the responsible official)     


FORM 12   STATEMENT FOR ADVANCE VOTE
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Sections 76, 77)

LOCAL JURISDICTION:      , PROVINCE OF ALBERTA

ELECTION DATE:                               

VOTING SUBDIVISION OR WARD (If Applicable):  

VOTING STATION:                          

I,      (Name of Elector)    , of    (Address of Elector)   , am eligible
to vote at the above mentioned election and:   (Check [ ])

     I have reason to believe that I will be unable to attend my regular
voting station on election day as noted above, and unless I am permitted to
vote prior to election day, I will be unable to cast my vote at this
election. 

     Because of physical disability, it will be impossible or extremely
difficult to attend at the regular voting station and unless I am permitted
to vote prior to election day, I will be unable to cast my vote at this
election.

     Because I am a senior who lives in a seniors' accommodation facility
where an institutional voting station is established and I am unable to
vote at the time established for the institutional vote and, unless I am
permitted to vote prior to election day, I will be unable to cast my vote
at this election.

     Because of religious reasons I am unable to vote on election day and,
unless I am permitted to vote prior to election day, I will be unable to
cast my vote at this election.

        (Signature of Elector)    


     IT IS AN OFFENCE TO SIGN A FALSE STATEMENT

NOTE:
The personal information that is being collected under the authority of the
Local Authorities Election Act will be used for the purposes under that
Act.  It is protected by the privacy provisions of the Freedom of
Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

If you have any questions about the collection, contact

   (title and business phone number of the responsible official)   


FORM 13   NOTE OF OBJECTION TO A BALLOT
     for  (Name of Office, Bylaw or Question) 
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Section 87)

LOCAL JURISDICTION:      , PROVINCE OF ALBERTA

ELECTION DATE:                          

VOTING SUBDIVISION OR WARD (If Applicable):  

VOTING STATION:                          



Objection
Number
Name of Agent/Candidate
Making Objection
Reason for Objection


      1.




      2.





      3.




      4.




      5.




      6.




      7.




      8.




      9.




     10.




     11.




     12.




     13.




     14.




     15.




     16.




     17.




     18.




     19.




     20.





FORM 14   BALLOT ACCOUNT
     AND RESULT OF VOTE
     for  (Name of Office, Bylaw, or Question) 
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Sections 88, 89)

LOCAL JURISDICTION:      , PROVINCE OF ALBERTA

DATE OF ELECTION:                                 

VOTING SUBDIVISION OR WARD (If Applicable):  

VOTING STATION:                          

Result of Vote




Names of Candidates
(or Question, or Description of Bylaw)
Number of VALID Ballots Marked for Each Candidate (or For and Against on a
Question or Bylaw)



(Continue on Reverse if Required)




Ballot Account

(a)  Number of Ballots Supplied    ========


(b)  Valid Ballots         _______


(c)  Valid Ballots Objected To    _______


(d)  Rejected Ballots         +_______


(e)  Rejected Ballots On Which No


     Vote Was Cast by an Elector ______


(f)  Spoiled Ballots          +_______


(g)  Unused Ballots           +_______


(h)  Ballots Not Accounted For     +_______


     *Total Ballots            =  ========


*Total Ballots in (b), (d), (f), (g) and (h) must equal number in (a).


DATED this                 day of                      , 20   .





(Signatures of at least 2 Deputies)          (Signatures of Candidates/
                       Agents who desire to sign)
                                                  
                                                  


     (HAND THIS FORM TO THE RETURNING OFFICER)


FORM 15   DISCLAIMER BEFORE A COMPLAINT
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Section 144)

LOCAL JURISDICTION:      , PROVINCE OF ALBERTA

I,    (Name of Person Disclaiming)      , solemnly swear (affirm) that I
disclaim all right to the office of                       of    (Name of
Local Jurisdiction)     and all defence of any right I may have to it.


SWORN (AFFIRMED) before me    )
at the          of                      )
in the Province of Alberta this    )    
        day of         , 20      . )   (Signature of Person Taking Oath)
               )
                                                            )
(Signature of Returning Officer
 or Commissioner for Oaths)


     IT IS AN OFFENCE TO SIGN A FALSE AFFIDAVIT


FORM 16   DISCLAIMER AFTER MOTION
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Section 143)

LOCAL JURISDICTION:      , PROVINCE OF ALBERTA

I,     (Name of Person Disclaiming)   , on whom notice of motion in the
nature of quo warranto has been served for the purpose of contesting my
right to the office of                       of    (Name of Local
Jurisdiction)   , solemnly swear (affirm) that I disclaim that office and
all defence of any right I may have to it.


SWORN (AFFIRMED) before me    )
at the          of                      )
in the Province of Alberta this    )    
        day of          , 20      .     )    (Signature of Person Taking Oath)
               )
               )
(Signature of Returning Officer
 or Commissioner for Oaths)


     IT IS AN OFFENCE TO SIGN A FALSE AFFIDAVIT


FORM 17   REQUEST FOR SPECIAL BALLOT PACKAGE
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Section 77.1)

LOCAL JURISDICTION:      , PROVINCE OF ALBERTA

ELECTION DATE:                

WARD/SUBDIVISION NUMBER:      

VOTING STATION:               

I,  (printed first name and surname)  of  (street address of residence, or
legal land description, mailing address and postal code) , request a
special ballot package which will include all applicable ballots issued at
the regular voting station.  I am requesting one of the following ballots:

Please select one:         A public school trustee
                 A separate school trustee

Pursuant to section 47 or section 12 of the Local Authorities Election Act,
the following provisions must apply in order to be eligible to vote in the
above mentioned election:

         I have not voted before in this election;
         I am 18 years of age or older;
         I am a Canadian citizen;
         (a)  I have resided in Alberta for the six (6) consecutive
months immediately preceding Election Day; and I am resident in the Voting
Subdivision or Ward on Election Day; or
          (b)  I am named on the tax roll as the person liable to pay
property taxes for property within the summer village or I am the spouse or
adult interdependent partner of the person named.
         I am entitled to receive a Special Ballot because I will not be
able to attend advance voting stations, if any, or the voting station
established for my local jurisdiction, due to physical incapacity, absence
from the local jurisdiction or being an election officer.

Please select one: (Election official to fill in if application is made by
telephone.)

     I would like my Special Ballot package sent by regular mail to the
following address:  (complete address to which the application will be
mailed, including the postal code).

     I will arrange for my Special Ballot package to be picked up during
regular office hours.  I would like my package held for pick-up.
                                             
     (date of request)          

NOTE:
The personal information that is being collected under the authority of the
Local Authorities Election Act will be used for the purposes under that
Act.  It is protected by the privacy provisions of the Freedom of
Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

If you have any questions about the collection, contact

   (title and business phone number of the responsible official)   


FORM 18   SPECIAL BALLOT PACKAGE
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Sections 77.1, 77.2)

     SPECIAL BALLOT

     SPECIAL BALLOT FORM FOR ELECTED OFFICIAL




ELECTION OF CEO FOR THE
  (Local Jurisdiction)  
(List Names of Candidates below if known prior to Application for Special
Ballot in the following Ballot Format)

                                                   

                                                   

                                                   

The maximum number of candidates that can be voted for is   (Number)  .



     SPECIAL BALLOT FORM FOR ELECTED OFFICES




ELECTION OF (Office)
FOR THE
  (Local Jurisdiction)  
(If Application for Special Ballot is sent prior to Special Ballots being
printed with List of Candidates Names use the following Ballot Format)

Print the name(s) of the candidate on the line below.

I vote for:






The maximum number of candidates that can be voted for is   (Number)  .



USING SEPARATE BALLOTS FOR EACH OFFICE

     A separate ballot must be used for:

                   the office of chief elected official;
                   the offices of councillors;
                   the offices of school trustees;
                   any questions.


BALLOT FOR A VOTE ON A BYLAW OR QUESTION

The wording on a ballot for a vote on a bylaw or question must be
determined by a resolution of the elected authority.  The form of the
ballot may be determined by a resolution of the elected authority, however,
if no resolution is passed, the returning officer must determine the form
in accordance with section 44 of the Local Authorities Election Act.


ARRANGING THE NAMES ON THE BALLOTS

The names of the candidates on each ballot must be arranged alphabetically
in order of the surnames and, if two (2) or more candidates have the same
surname, the names of those candidates must be arranged alphabetically in
order of their given names.

If an elected authority passes a bylaw two (2) months before an election
that provides that ballots be printed in as many lots as there are
candidates for the office, section 43(3) of the Local Authorities Election
Act applies.


INDICATING THE NUMBER OF CANDIDATES THAT CAN BE VOTED FOR

Every ballot used in an election for a member of an elected authority must
contain a brief explanatory note stating the maximum number of candidates
that can be voted for in order not to make the ballot void, and every
ballot used in an election for chief elected official must contain a brief
explanatory note stating that the ballot shall not be marked for more than
one (1) candidate.


FORM 19   SPECIAL BALLOT VOTING INSTRUCTIONS
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Sections 77.1, 77.2)

     SPECIAL BALLOT VOTING INSTRUCTIONS

You are eligible to complete a Special Ballot if you are unable to vote at
an advance voting station or at the voting station on election day due to:

         physical incapacity;
         absence from the local jurisdiction; or
         being a returning officer, deputy returning officer, constable,
candidate or agent who may be located on election day at a voting station
other than that for the elector's place of residence.



1.   With a pen or pencil, mark the ballot by printing in the space
provided the name of the candidate(s) of your choice if a blank ballot, or
mark an "X" in the space provided on the right hand side opposite the name
of the candidate(s) of your choice.  The ballot indicates the maximum
number of candidates that can be voted for.  You may vote for less than the
maximum number, but not for more.

2.   Place all ballot(s), marked or not, in the Special Ballot Envelope
and seal the envelope.

3.   Place the ballot envelope in the Special Ballot Certificate Envelope.

4.   Complete and sign Part I of the Special Ballot Certificate Envelope
and seal the envelope.

5.   Place the Special Ballot Certificate Envelope in the Outer Envelope
and seal the envelope.

6.   It is your responsibility to ensure that this Outer Envelope,
complete with all prescribed contents, arrives at the office of the
returning officer prior to 8 p.m. on election day, which is:

          Election Day:  (Date to be entered by Returning Officer) 
                                                            (Day)     (Month)     (Year)

7.   Failure to complete any of these steps may invalidate your ballot.


FORM 20   SPECIAL BALLOT CERTIFICATE ENVELOPE
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Sections 77.1, 77.2)

LOCAL JURISDICTION: 

ELECTION DATE:                                         

VOTING SUBDIVISION OR WARD (If Applicable):  

VOTING STATION:                          


     Part I

     To be completed by Elector

STATEMENT OF ELECTOR ELIGIBILITY

I,    (Name of Elector)   , of   (Address of Elector)   , am eligible to
vote at the above mentioned election because:

         I have not voted before in this election;
         I am 18 years of age or older;
         I am a Canadian citizen;
         I have resided in Alberta for the six (6) consecutive months
immediately preceding Election Day; and
         I am eligible to vote for:

Where applicable: (Check [ ] One)       A Public School Trustee

                                                                                A Separate School Trustee

I certify that I am qualified to vote under sections 77.1-77.3 of the Local
Authorities Election Act because I am unable to attend in person on
election day or at the advance voting station by reason of being

Check One:

     Physically incapacitated

     Absent from the Local Jurisdiction

     An Election Officer

     A Candidate or Official Agent

I declare that the above statements are true.

Dated at   (Address, including Postal Code, where Special Ballot
Certificate Envelope is received)    this   (Date)   day of   (Month) ,  
(Year) .

  (Signature of Elector)  


     IT IS AN OFFENCE TO SIGN A FALSE STATEMENT.


     Part II

     To be completed by Returning Officer or Deputy

CHECK:

     Name of the individual recorded on the front of envelope is recorded
in the Special Ballot Voting Register.

     Part I is properly completed.

     Special Ballot Certificate Envelope IS accepted.

     OR   

Special Ballot Certificate Envelope IS NOT opened because:

     Part I is not properly completed;

     Received after the close of voting stations on election day; or

     Other (specify)     



Date and Time Received:
     
     

(Initials of Election Officer)



NOTE:
The personal information that is being collected under the authority of the
Local Authorities Election Act will be used for the purposes under that
Act.  It is protected by the privacy provisions of the Freedom of
Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

If you have any questions about the collection, contact

     (title and business phone number of the responsible official)     



     SCHEDULE 2

Les formulaires suivants sont contenus dans cette annexe :

Numero du
formulaire
Titre du formulaire
Selon
l'article


1RA
Serment du directeur du scrutin, du scrutateur, du recenseur, du pr‚pos‚ au
service d'ordre


16


2RA
Avis du jour de d‚claration de candidatures

26


3RA
Mise en candidature et consentement du candidat



Local Authorities Election Act
11,21, 22,27, 47,151


School Act (Loi scolaire)
44(4), 256


4RA
Avis d'‚lection
11,35, 46


5RA
Avis de vote sur un rŠglement ou une question donn‚e


7,11,
35,46

6RA

Bulletin de vote
42,43, 44

7RA

Instructions … l'intention des ‚lecteurs
45

8RA

Registre des ‚lecteurs



Local Authorities Election Act
52,53, 59,78


School Act (Loi scolaire)
44(4), 256

9RA

D‚claration du scrutateur aprŠs le d‚pouillement du scrutin

90,91

10RA

D‚claration de l'agent
69,70

11RA

D‚claration d'un interprŠte, d'un ‚lecteur handicap‚ ou d'une personne qui
assiste un ‚lecteur handicap‚


72,78

12RA

D‚claration de vote par anticipation
76,77

13RA

Avis d'opposition faite … un bulletin de vote

87

14RA

Relev‚ des bulletins de vote et r‚sultat du vote

88,89

15RA

Renonciation avant une plainte
144

16RA

Renonciation suite … une motion
143



FORMULAIRE 1RA SERMENT DU DIRECTEUR DU
     SCRUTIN, DU SCRUTATEUR,
     DU RECENSEUR, DU PR�POS�
     AU SERVICE D'ORDRE
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Article 16)

R�GION SCOLAIRE FRANCOPHONE DU             Nø____,
PROVINCE D'ALBERTA

DATE D'�LECTION :                                

Je, soussign‚,   (nom du d‚clarant)  , d‚clare sous serment (ou affirme
solennellement)

     QUE je remplirai consciencieusement et fidŠlement les fonctions de 
(poste) , et ce, le mieux possible et conform‚ment … la loi.

     QUE je ne divulguerai … quiconque aucun renseignement obtenu lors
d'une ‚lection ou dans l'exercice de mes fonctions concernant pour qui un
‚lecteur a vot‚, ou lors d'un vote portant sur un rŠglement ou une question
donn‚e, si l'‚lecteur a vot‚ en faveur ou contre.

     QUE je ne divulguerai aucun renseignement obtenu dans l'exercice de
mes fonctions de directeur du scrutin, scrutateur, recenseur ou pr‚pose au
service d'ordre.

     QUE je garderai et veillerai … ce que soit gard‚ … tous ‚gards le
secret absolu du scrutin.


D�CLAR� SOUS SERMENT OU AFFIRM�    )
SOLENNELLEMENT devant moi … ______ )
dans la province d'Alberta ce _____ jour de  )    
___________ , 20 ______.           )  (Signature du d‚clarant)
                         )
                         )
(Signature du directeur du scrutin ou
 du commissaire aux serments)


     LE FAIT DE SIGNER UNE FAUSSE
     D�CLARATION CONSTITUE UNE INFRACTION.

NOTE :
Les renseignements personnels sont recueillis en vertu de la Local
Authorities Election Act et seront utilis‚s pour les fins de cette loi. 
Les renseignements seront trait‚s conform‚ment aux dispositions de la
Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

Si vous avez des questions concernant la collecte de ces renseignements,
veuillez contacter :

  (Titre et num‚ro de t‚l‚phone d'affaires du pr‚pos‚ responsable) 


FORMULAIRE 2RA AVIS DU JOUR DE D�CLARATION
     DE CANDIDATURES
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Article 26)

R�GION SCOLAIRE FRANCOPHONE DU     Nø_______,
PROVINCE D'ALBERTA

Avis est donn‚ par la pr‚sente que le jour de d‚claration de candidatures
est fix‚ au   (date)   et que les noms des candidats … ‚lire aux postes
suivants pourront ˆtre soumis au bureau de l'Autorit‚ r‚gionale de la
R�GION SCOLAIRE FRANCOPHONE DU       Nø     de       … midi … la date
indiqu‚e.



     Poste(s)
     Nombre de
     postes
     vacants
     Subdivision
     ‚lectorale nø__
     (s'il y a lieu)

















Adresses des bureaux de la R‚gion scolaire francophone du        nø         
:
                                   
                                   


DAT� …     dans la province d'Alberta, ce     jour de
               , 20     .
                    
     (Signature du directeur du scrutin)   



    FORMULAIRE 3RA  MISE EN CANDIDATURE ET
     CONSENTEMENT DU CANDIDAT
     School Act (Articles 44(4), 256)
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Articles 11, 21, 22, 27, 47, 151)

R�GION SCOLAIRE FRANCOPHONE DU              Nø    ,
PROVINCE D'ALBERTA

Nous, les ‚lecteurs soussign‚s de la R�GION SCOLAIRE FRANCOPHONE DU         
            Nø             soumettons la candidature de       (Nom de
famille et pr‚noms du candidat)      , habitant …   (Adresse du candidat ou
description officielle de son lieu de r‚sidence)   au poste de              
de l'Autorit‚ r‚gionale de la R‚gion scolaire francophone du
___________________________ nø ____.

Signatures d'au moins 5 PERSONNES ayant qualit‚ d'‚lecteur en vertu des
articles 44(4) (s'il y a lieu) et 256(1)(1.1)(2) de la School Act et des
articles 27 et 47 de la Local Authorities Election Act.


Nom de l'‚lecteur*
Adresse de l'‚lecteur*
Signature de l'‚lecteur*


























*PriŠre d'‚crire en lettres moul‚es.


CONSENTEMENT DU CANDIDAT

Je, soussign‚,                       dont la candidature est soumise
ci-dessus, d‚clare sous serment (ou affirme solennellement) :

    QUE je suis ‚ligible au poste … combler en vertu des articles 21 et
47 de la Local Authorities Election Act et des articles 44(4) (s'il y a
lieu) et 256(3)(3.1) de la School Act;
    QUE je ne suis frapp‚ d'aucune des causes d'in‚ligibilit‚ pr‚vues par
l'article 256(3)(3.1) de la School Act et l'article 22 de la Local
Authorities Election Act;
    QUE j'accepterai d'assumer la fonction … combler si je suis ‚lu;
    QUE j'ai lu les articles 44(4) (s'il y a lieu) et 256(3)(3.1) de la
School Act et les articles 11, 21, 22, 27, 47 et 151 de la Local
Authorities Election Act et que j'en comprends le contenu.

Inscrire le nom tel qu'il devrait apparaŒtre sur le bulletin de vote :

  (Nom de famille du candidat)  , (Pr‚nom(s) du candidat : peut inclure
surnoms mais pas de titre, i.e. M., Mme, Dr. :)


D�CLAR� SOUS SERMENT OU AFFIRM�    )
SOLENNELLEMENT devant moi … ______ )
dans la province d'Alberta ce _____ jour de  )    
___________ , 20 ______.           )   (Signature du d‚clarant)
                         )
                         )
(Signature du directeur du scrutin ou
 du commissaire aux serments)


     LE FAIT DE SIGNER UN FAUX AFFIDAVIT OU UN
     FORMULAIRE CONTENANT UNE FAUSSE
     D�CLARATION CONSTITUE UNE INFRACTION.

NOTE :
Les renseignements personnels sont recueillis en vertu de la Local
Authorities Election Act et de la School Act et seront utilis‚s pour les
fins de ces lois.  Les renseignements seront trait‚s conform‚ment aux
dispositions de la Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. 
Si vous avez des questions concernant la collecte de ces renseignements,
veuillez contacter :   (Titre, adresse et num‚ro de t‚l‚phone d'affaires du
pr‚pos‚ responsable)  .

     (COMMENT:  Should there be a place for the RO to show an objection? 
See Sched. 1, Form 3.)


FORMULAIRE 4RA AVIS D'�LECTION
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Articles 11, 35, 46)

R�GION SCOLAIRE FRANCOPHONE DU     Nø ____,
PROVINCE D'ALBERTA

Avis est donn‚ par la pr‚sente qu'il y aura une ‚lection en vue de combler
les postes suivants au sein de l'Autorit‚ r‚gionale de la R�GION SCOLAIRE
FRANCOPHONE DU  Nø___.


     Postes
     Nombre de
     postes
     vacants
     Subdivision
     ‚lectorale nø__
     (s'il y a lieu)


















L'‚lection aura lieu le   jour de             20   , de  (Heure
d'ouverture)  …  (Heure de fermeture) .  Les bureaux de scrutin seront
situ‚s aux adresses suivantes :
                                   
                                   
                                   


DAT� …     dans la province d'Alberta, ce     jour de
                20     .
                    
     (Signature du directeur du scrutin)    


FORMULAIRE 5RA AVIS DE VOTE SUR UN
     R GLEMENT OU UNE QUESTION
     DONN�E
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Articles 7, 11, 35, 46)

R�GION SCOLAIRE FRANCOPHONE DU     Nø______,
PROVINCE D'ALBERTA

Avis est donn‚ par la pr‚sente que le rŠglement ou la question suivante
fera l'objet d'un vote de l'‚lectorat :

     [Indiquer le rŠglement ou la question vis‚e]

Le scrutin aura lieu le       jour de              20   , de  (Heure
d'ouverture)  …  (Heure de fermeture) .  Les bureaux de scrutin seront
situ‚s aux adresses suivantes :
                                   
                                   
                                   


DAT� …     dans la province d'Alberta, ce       jour de
                20___.
                    
     (Signature du directeur du scrutin)    


FORMULAIRE 6RA BULLETIN DE VOTE
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Articles 42, 43, 44)

Bulletin de vote pour le poste de conseiller ou conseillŠre scolaire d'une
Autorit‚ r‚gionale.



�LECTION AU POSTE DE CONSEILLER OU CONSEILL RE SCOLAIRE AU SEIN DE
L'AUTORIT� R�GIONALE
DE LA R�GION SCOLAIRE FRANCOPHONE DU ________N  _____
(Inscrivez le nom des candidats ci-dessous.)

                                              

                                              

                                              


Le nombre maximum de candidats pour lesquels vous pouvez voter est 
(nombre) .




BULLETIN DE VOTE PORTANT SUR UNE QUESTION OU UN R GLEMENT DONN�

Le libell‚ des bulletins de vote portant sur une question ou un rŠglement
donn‚ doit ˆtre d‚termin‚ aux termes d'une r‚solution adopt‚e par
l'Autorit‚ r‚gionale.  Le format du bulletin peut ˆtre d‚termin‚ par
l'Autorit‚ r‚gionale : cependant en l'absence de r‚solution, il incombe au
scrutateur de d‚terminer le format du bulletin de vote.


DISPOSITION DES NOMS SUR LES BULLETINS DE VOTE

Les noms des candidats doivent paraŒtre par ordre alphab‚tique sur chaque
bulletin de vote et, quand plusieurs candidats portent le mˆme nom, ils
doivent paraŒtre dans l'ordre alphab‚tique des pr‚noms.

Lorsque l'Autorit‚ r‚gionale adopte, dans les deux mois pr‚c‚dant
l'‚lection, un rŠglement pr‚voyant que les bulletins seront imprim‚s en
autant de lots qu'il y a de candidats aux postes … combler, l'article 43(3)
du Local Authorities Election Act s'applique.


CONSIGNE RELATIVE AU NOMBRE DE CANDIDATS POUR QUI VOTER

Chaque bulletin servant … l'‚lection d'un conseiller ou conseillŠre
scolaire d'une Autorit‚ r‚gionale doit contenir une brŠve note explicative
stipulant le nombre de candidats pour qui chaque ‚lecteur peut voter afin
que son bulletin reste valide.


BULLETINS DE VOTE POUR L'�LECTION DES CONSEILLERS OU CONSEILL RES SCOLAIRES
S�PAR�S OU PUBLICS

Les bulletins de vote doivent indiquer si l'‚lecteur vote pour le candidat
au poste de conseiller ou conseillŠre scolaire public ou s‚par‚ de
l'Autorit‚ r‚gionale.


FORMULAIRE 7RA INSTRUCTIONS   L'INTENTION
     DES �LECTEURS
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Article 45)

POUR VOTER

Veuillez inscrire un ®X¯ dans l'espace r‚serv‚ … cet effet … la droite du
nom du (des) candidat(s) de votre choix.  Le nombre maximum de candidats
pour lesquels vous pouvez voter est indiqu‚ au bas du bulletin de vote. 
Notez que le nombre de candidats pour qui vous votez peut ˆtre inf‚rieur au
nombre maximum mais ne doit pas le d‚passer.

Exemple d'un bulletin de vote rempli :



�LECTION AU POSTE DE CONSEILLER OU CONSEILL RE SCOLAIRE AU SEIN DE
L'AUTORIT� R�GIONALE
DE LA R�GION SCOLAIRE FRANCOPHONE DU ________N  _____

Nom num‚ro un                       

Nom num‚ro deux            X  

Nom num‚ro trois                X  

Nom num‚ro quatre              

Nom num‚ro cinq            X  

Le nombre maximum de candidats pour qui vous pouvez voter est de trois (3).



    Veuillez plier votre bulletin de vote de fa‡on … cacher votre choix. 
Les initiales de la personne qui vous a remis le bulletin de vote doivent
cependant ˆtre visibles.


APR S AVOIR VOT�

    Remettez votre bulletin de vote au scrutateur responsable de l'urne. 
Le scrutateur d‚posera le bulletin dans l'urne.
    Vous pouvez ensuite quitter le bureau de scrutin.


BULLETIN DE VOTE PORTANT SUR UNE QUESTION OU UN R GLEMENT DONN�

    Dans le cas d'un bulletin de vote portant sur une question ou un
rŠglement donn‚, veuillez inscrire un ®X¯ … droite de la mention ®Pour¯ ou
®Contre¯ ou … droite de la mention ®Oui¯ ou ®Non¯.


BULLETINS D�T�RIOR�S

    Si vous avez commis une erreur en marquant votre bulletin ou s'il est
d‚t‚rior‚ de quelque autre fa‡on, vous pouvez le remettre au scrutateur en
‚change d'un autre bulletin de vote.

     Tout bulletin de vote sali, griffonn‚, d‚chir‚ ou portant une marque
quelconque permettant d'identifier l'‚lecteur, est annul‚ et ne sera pas
compt‚.


     SAUF AVIS CONTRAIRE, CHAQUE �LECTEUR
     N'A DROIT QU'  VOTER UNE SEULE FOIS.
     LE FAIT DE SORTIR UN BULLETIN DE VOTE DU
     BUREAU DE SCRUTIN CONSTITUE UNE INFRACTION.


FORMULAIRE 8RA REGISTRE DES �LECTEURS
     School Act (Articles 44(4), 256)
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Articles 52, 53, 59, 78)

R�GION SCOLAIRE FRANCOPHONE DU            Nø           , PROVINCE D'ALBERTA

DATE D'�LECTION :                                             

SUBDIVISION �LECTORALE Nø              (S'IL Y A LIEU)

BUREAU DE SCRUTIN   


ATTESTATION DU DROIT DE VOTE DE L'�LECTEUR

Je, soussign‚,                      r‚sidant …                     ,
d‚clare avoir le droit de voter … l'‚lection ci-dessus mentionn‚e parce que
je r‚ponds … toutes les exigences suivantes :




    Je n'ai pas encore vot‚ … cette ‚lection.
    Je suis un ou une Francophone.
    J'ai un enfant inscrit dans une ‚cole francophone r‚gie par
l'Autorit‚ r‚gionale ci-dessus mentionn‚e.
    J'ai 18 ans r‚volus.
    Je d‚tiens la citoyennet‚ canadienne.
    J'ai r‚sid‚ en Alberta sans interruption pendant les six (6) mois qui
ont pr‚c‚d‚ la date du jour de l'‚lection.
    Je suis ‚ligible … voter pour :  [cocher (   )]



          un conseiller ou conseillŠre scolaire s‚par‚ de l'Autorit‚
r‚gionale
          un conseiller ou conseillŠre scolaire public de l'Autorit‚
r‚gionale
                                       
     (Signature de l'‚lecteur) 



     LE FAIT DE SIGNER UNE FAUSSE D�CLARATION
     CONSTITUE UNE INFRACTION.




Scrutateur

NUM�RO DE L'�LECTEUR :

BULLETINS DE VOTE REMIS   L'�LECTEUR  [cocher (   )]

     conseiller ou conseillŠre scolaire public

     conseiller ou conseillŠre scolaire s‚par‚

     question ou rŠglement




OBJECTION  
Nom du candidat ou de l'agent pr‚sentant une objection :

Initiales du scrutateur :



Raison de l'objection :





�LECTEUR FRAPP�
D'INCAPA-CIT�
Le bulletin de vote a ‚t‚ marqu‚ par une personne autre que l'‚lecteur.
[cocher (   )]




Raison :



AUTRE





NOTE :
Les renseignements personnels sont recueillis en vertu de la Local
Authorities Election Act et de la School Act et seront utilis‚s pour les
fins de ces lois.  Les renseignements seront trait‚s conform‚ment aux
dispositions de la Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. 
Si vous avez des questions concernant le collecte de ces renseignements,
veuillez communiquer avec (Titre, adresse et num‚ro de t‚l‚phone d'affaires
du pr‚pos‚ responsable).


FORMULAIRE 9RA D�CLARATION DU SCRUTATEUR
     APR S LE D�POUILLEMENT
     DU SCRUTIN
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Articles 90, 91)

R�GION SCOLAIRE FRANCOPHONE DU                Nø     ,
PROVINCE D'ALBERTA

DATE D'�LECTION :                               

SUBDIVISION �LECTORALE Nø        (S'IL Y A LIEU) :

BUREAU DE SCRUTIN :      .

Je, soussign‚,    (Nom du scrutateur)   , atteste que le nombre de
personnes qui ont sign‚ le registre des ‚lecteurs de ce bureau de scrutin
est de   (en chiffres)      (en lettres)    et que, … ma connaissance, ces
inscriptions ont ‚t‚ faites conform‚ment … la loi. 

        (Signature du scrutateur)   


     LE FAIT DE SIGNER UNE FAUSSE
     D�CLARATION CONSTITUE UNE INFRACTION.


FORMULAIRE  10RA    D�CLARATION D'UN AGENT
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Articles 69, 70)

R�GION SCOLAIRE FRANCOPHONE DU        Nø       ,
PROVINCE D'ALBERTA

DATE D'�LECTION (OU VOTE SUR UNE QUESTION OU UN R GLEMENT DONN�) :    

Je, soussign‚,        (Nom de l'agent)         r‚sidant …      (Adresse de
l'agent ou description officielle de son lieu de r‚sidence et l'adresse
postale de l'agent)     , dans la province d'Alberta, d‚clare ˆtre ƒg‚ de
18 ans r‚volus et, 

     (a)  AUX FINS D'UNE �LECTION, m'engage … servir d'agent pour le
compte de   (Nom  du candidat)  , nomm‚ au poste de   (Titre du poste)  

     (b)  AUX FINS D'UN VOTE PORTANT SUR UN R GLEMENT DONN�, m'engage …
servir d'agent pour le compte des personnes

      Cocher ( ) une case                         favorables …
l'adoption du rŠglement nø    

                                                                 oppos‚es … l'adoption du rŠglement nø      

     OU

     (c)  AUX FINS D'UN VOTE PORTANT SUR UNE QUESTION DONN�E, m'engage …
servir d'agent pour le compte des personnes qui souhaitent

      Cocher ( ) une case               voter ®oui¯ sur la question.

                                                       voter
®non¯ sur la question.

     Et je m'engage … respecter et … d‚fendre … tous ‚gards le secret
absolu du vote.
        (Signature de l'agent)   


     LE FAIT DE SIGNER UNE FAUSSE D�CLARATION
     CONSTITUE UNE INFRACTION.

NOTE :
Les renseignements personnels sont recueillis en vertu de la Local
Authorities Election Act et seront utilis‚s pour les fins de cette loi. 
Les renseignements seront traits conform‚ment aux dispositions de la
Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

Si vous avez des questions concernant la collecte de ces renseignements,
veuillez contacter :

  (Titre, adresse et num‚ro de t‚l‚phone d'affaires du pr‚pos‚ responsable) 



FORMULAIRE 11RA     D�CLARATION D'UN INTERPR TE,
     D'UN �LECTEUR HANDICAP�,
     D'UNE PERSONNE QUI ASSISTE
     UN �LECTEUR HANDICAP�
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Articles 72, 78)

R�GION SCOLAIRE FRANCOPHONE DU                          Nø  ,
PROVINCE D'ALBERTA

DATE D'�LECTION :                                

SUBDIVISION �LECTORALE Nø    (S'IL Y A LIEU) :

BUREAU DE SCRUTIN :      



D�CLARATION DE L'INTERPR TE

Je, soussign‚,  (Nom de l'interprŠte)  r‚sidant …   (Adresse)   dans la
province d'Alberta, m'engage … traduire fidŠlement tout ‚nonc‚, question et
r‚ponse que le scrutateur pourrait faire traduire … cette ‚lection et …
garder sous le sceau du secret toute information qui pourrait m'ˆtre
communiqu‚e dans l'exercice de mes fonctions d'interprŠte pour le compte de
(Nom de l'‚lecteur).

     (Signature de l'interprŠte)







Initiales de scruta-teur



D�CLARATION DE L'�LECTEUR HANDICAP�
     �NONC� VERBAL

 tes-vous (Nom de l'‚lecteur handicap‚) r‚sidant … (Adresse) dans la
province d'Alberta, incapable de marquer votre bulletin de vote dans les
formes prescrites habituelles parce que vous ne pouvez pas lire, ou pour
cause de c‚cit‚ ou d'une autre incapacit‚ physique?
(Instruction au scrutateur : Veuillez initialer si l'‚lecteur r‚pond …
l'affirmative … la question pos‚e ci-dessus.)








Initiales de scruta-teur



D�CLARATION DE LA PERSONNE QUI ASSISTE UN �LECTEUR HANDICAP�

Je, soussign‚,    (Nom de la personne en question)   r‚sidant …       
(Adresse)         dans la province d'Alberta, d‚clare ˆtre la personne qui
assiste    (Nom de l'‚lecteur handicap‚)   , un ‚lecteur handicap‚.  Je
m'engage … lire le bulletin de vote … l'‚lecteur et … marquer le bulletin
de vote conform‚ment … ses instructions.  Je m'engage … garder sous le
sceau du secret toute information que je recevrai en assistant l'‚lecteur
susmentionn‚.

     (Signature de la personne qui
     assiste l'‚lecteur handicap‚) 










Initiales de scruta-teur



     LE FAIT DE SIGNER UNE FAUSSE
     D�CLARATION CONSTITUE UNE INFRACTION.

     (  CONSERVER DANS LE REGISTRE
     DES �LECTEURS)

NOTE :
Les renseignements personnels sont recueillis en vertu de la Local
Authorities Election Act et seront utilis‚s pour les fins de cette loi. 
Les renseignements seront traits conform‚ment aux dispositions de la
Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

Si vous avez des questions concernant la collecte de ces renseignements,
veuillez contacter :

  (Titre, adresse et num‚ro de t‚l‚phone d'affaires du pr‚pos‚ responsable)


FORMULAIRE  12RA    D�CLARATION - VOTE
     PAR ANTICIPATION
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Articles 76, 77)

R�GION SCOLAIRE FRANCOPHONE DU      Nø           ,
PROVINCE D'ALBERTA

DATE D'�LECTION :                            

SUBDIVISION �LECTORALE Nø        (S'IL Y A LIEU)

BUREAU DE SCRUTIN :      .

Je, soussign‚, (Nom de l'‚lecteur) r‚sidant … (Adresse de l'‚lecteur)
d‚clare que j'ai le droit de vote … l'‚lection mentionn‚e ci-dessus et
[Cocher ( ) une seule case]

     QUE j'ai lieu de croire que je serai absent de la R�GION SCOLAIRE
FRANCOPHONE DU                  Nø      le jour d'‚lection, et que, … moins
d'ˆtre autoris‚ … voter par anticipation, je ne pourrai pas voter … cette
‚lection.

     QUE … cause d'une incapacit‚ physique, il m'est impossible ou
extrˆmement difficile de me rendre au bureau de scrutin, et que, … moins
d'ˆtre autoris‚ … voter par anticipation, je ne pourrai pas voter … cette
‚lection.

     QUE ‚tant une personne ƒg‚e r‚sidant dans un ‚tablissement
d'h‚bergement pour personnes ƒg‚es o— un bureau de scrutin institutionnel
est ‚tabli, et parce qu'il m'est impossible de voter aux heures d‚sign‚es …
moins d'ˆtre autoris‚ … voter par anticipation, je ne pourrai pas voter …
cette ‚lection.

     QUE pour des raisons religieuses, il m'est impossible de voter …
cette ‚lection, et que, … moins d'ˆtre autoris‚ … voter par anticipation,
je ne pourrai pas voter … cette ‚lection.

      (Signature de l'‚lecteur) 

     LE FAIT DE SIGNER UNE FAUSSE
     D�CLARATION CONSTITUE UNE INFRACTION.

NOTE :
Les renseignements personnels sont recueillis en vertu de la Local
Authorities Election Act et de la School Act et seront utilis‚s pour les
fins de ces lois.  Les renseignements seront traites conform‚ment aux
dispositions de la Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

Si vous avez des questions concernant la collecte de ces renseignements,
veuillez contacter :

    (Titre, adresse et num‚ro de t‚l‚phone d'affaires du pr‚pos‚
responsable)   


FORMULAIRE 13RA     AVIS D'OPPOSITION FAITE
       UN BULLETIN DE VOTE
     (Nom du poste, de la question
     ou du rŠglement vis‚)
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Article 87)

R�GION SCOLAIRE FRANCOPHONE DU                     Nø  ,
PROVINCE D'ALBERTA

DATE D'�LECTION :                                                

SUBDIVISION �LECTORALE Nø       : (S'IL Y A LIEU) :

BUREAU DE SCRUTIN :      



Nø de l'objection
Nom de l'agent/du candidat pr‚sentant une objection
Raison invoqu‚e


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FORMULAIRE 14RA     RELEV� DES BULLETINS DE
     VOTE ET R�SULTAT DU VOTE
     (Nom du poste, de la question
     ou du rŠglement vis‚)
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Articles 88, 89)

R�GION SCOLAIRE FRANCOPHONE DU             Nø     ,
PROVINCE D'ALBERTA

DATE D'�LECTION :                                                

SUBDIVISION �LECTORALE Nø         (S'IL Y A LIEU)

BUREAU DE SCRUTIN :      

R‚sultat du vote




Noms des candidats
(ou question/rŠglement vis‚)
Nombre de bulletins de vote valides marqu‚s en faveur du candidat (ou ®pour¯
ou ®contre¯ une question ou un rŠglement vis‚)



     (�crire au verso 

si n‚cessaire)


Relev‚ des bulletins


(a)  Nombre de bulletins de vote re‡us :                 


(b)  Bulletins de vote valides :                                      
 


(c)  Bulletins valides contest‚s               


(d)  Nombre de bulletins de vote rejet‚s : +            


(e)  Bulletins rejet‚s sur lesquels aucune
     voix n'a ‚t‚ exprim‚e                               


(f)  Bulletins de vote annul‚s :                            +         
  


(g)  Bulletins de vote inutilis‚s :                         +         
  

(h)  Bulletins de vote manquants :                +            

     *Total des bulletins de vote :     =              



*Le total de (b), (d), (f), (g) et (h) doit ˆtre ‚gal au nombre de (a).

Dat‚, ce          jour de               , 20     .

(Signatures d'au moins   (Signatures des candidats
2 scrutateurs) /agents d‚sirant signer)
                                                                                
                                                                                

     (VEUILLEZ REMETTRE CE FORMULAIRE
     AU DIRECTEUR DU SCRUTIN.)



FORMULAIRE 15RA     RENONCIATION AVANT
     UNE PLAINTE
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Article 144)

R�GION SCOLAIRE FRANCOPHONE DU            Nø        .

Je, soussign‚,                          , d‚clare sous serment (affirme
solennellement) que je renonce au droit d'occuper la fonction de    (Titre
de la fonction)   de   (Nom de l'Autorit‚ r‚gionale)   et … d‚fendre tout
droit que je pourrais avoir … cet ‚gard.

D�CLAR� SOUS SERMENT OU  )
AFFIRM� SOLENNELLEMENT   )
devant moi … ________________ )
dans la province d'Alberta ce           )    
_____ jour de ________, 20___.          )              (Signature du
d‚clarant)
                                                                 )
                                                                 )
(Signature du directeur du scrutin
 ou du commissaire aux serments)

     LE FAIT DE SIGNER UNE FAUSSE
     D�CLARATION CONSTITUE UNE INFRACTION.


FORMULAIRE 16RA     RENONCIATION SUITE  
     UNE MOTION
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Article 143)

R�GION SCOLAIRE FRANCOPHONE DU      Nø       .

Je, soussign‚,                       , faisant l'objet d'une requˆte en quo
warranto visant … contester l'admissibilit‚ de ma candidature … la fonction
de (Titre de la fonction) de (Nom de l'Autorit‚ r‚gionale), d‚clare sous
serment (affirme solennellement) que je renonce au droit d'occuper cette
fonction et … d‚fendre tout droit que je pourrais avoir … cet ‚gard.


D�CLAR� SOUS SERMENT OU  )
AFFIRM� SOLENNELLEMENT   )
devant moi …                            )         
dans la province d'Alberta ce           )              (Signature du
d‚clarant)
         jour de               , 20    .          )
                                                                 )
                                                                 )
(Signature du directeur du scrutin
 ou du commissaire aux serments)

     LE FAIT DE SIGNER UNE FAUSSE
     D�CLARATION CONSTITUE UNE INFRACTION.


     SCHEDULE 3

The following are the forms set out in this Schedule:

Form Number
Form Title
In Respect of Section

3RA
Nomination Paper and
 Candidate's Acceptance



Local Authorities Election Act
12,21,22,27, 47,151

School Act
44(4),256

6RA
Ballot
42,43,44

8RA
Voting Register


Local Authorities Election Act
School Act
52,53,59,78
44(4),256


FORM 3RA  NOMINATION PAPER AND
     CANDIDATE'S ACCEPTANCE
     School Act
     (Sections 44(4), 256)
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Sections 12, 21, 22, 27, 47, 151)

THE                                                            FRANCOPHONE
EDUCATION REGION Nø          PROVINCE OF ALBERTA.

We, the undersigned electors of The                     Francophone
Education Region Nø         , nominate    (name of candidate)     of   
(address of candidate)    as a candidate at the election about to be held
for the office of                      of the Regional authority of         
                                Francophone Education Region Nø          .

Signatures of at least 5 ELECTORS ELIGIBLE TO VOTE in this election in
accordance with sections 44(4) and 256(1)(1.1)(2) of the School Act and
sections 27 and 47 of the Local Authorities Election Act.



Printed Name of Elector
Address of Elector
Signature of Elector

















CANDIDATE'S ACCEPTANCE

I, the said    (Surname)            (Given Names)    named in the foregoing
nomination, solemnly swear (affirm):

    THAT I am eligible under sections 21 and 47 of the Local Authorities
Election Act and sections 44(4) and 256(3)(3.1) of the School Act;
    THAT I am not otherwise disqualified under section 256(3)(3.1) of the
School Act and section 22 of the Local Authorities Election Act; 
    THAT I will accept the office if elected;
    THAT I have read sections 44(4) and 256(3)(3.1) of the School Act and
sections 12, 21, 22, 27, 47 and 151 of the Local Authorities Election Act
and understand their contents.

Print name as it should appear on the ballot
                                                                            
   
(Candidate's Surname)                   (Given Names - may include
nicknames, but not titles, i.e. Mr., Mrs., Dr.)

SWORN (AFFIRMED) before me)
at the          of                        )
in the Province of Alberta this         )
        day of          , 20     .           )            (Candidate's
Signature)    
                                                            )
                                             )
(Signature of Returning Officer
 or Commissioner for Oaths)

It is an offense to sign a False Affidavit or a Form that Contains a False
Statement

NOTE:
The personal information that is being collected under the authority of the
Local Authorities Election Act and the School Act will be used for the
purposes under those Acts.  It is protected by the privacy provisions of
the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.  If you have any
questions about the collection, contact    (title and business phone number
of the responsible official)   .


FORM 6RA  BALLOT
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Sections 42, 43, 44)

Ballot form for the office of member of a Regional authority



ELECTION FOR THE MEMBER OF THE REGIONAL AUTHORITY OF
                       FRANCOPHONE EDUCATION REGION No       
(List names of candidates below)

                                        

                                        

                                        




The maximum number of candidates that can be voted for is (number)



BALLOT FOR A VOTE ON A BYLAW OR QUESTION

The wording on a ballot for a vote on a bylaw or question must be
determined by a resolution of the Regional authority.  The form of the
ballot may be determined by a resolution of the Regional authority,
however, if no resolution is passed, the returning officer must determine
the form.


ARRANGING THE NAMES ON THE BALLOTS

The names of the candidates on each ballot must be arranged alphabetically
in order of the surnames and if 2 or more candidates have the same surname,
the names of those candidates must be arranged alphabetically in order of
their given names.

If a Regional authority passes a bylaw 2 months before an election that
provides that ballots be printed in as many lots as there are candidates
for the office, section 43(3) of the Local Authorities Election Act
applies.


INDICATING THE NUMBER OF CANDIDATES WHO CAN BE VOTED FOR

Every ballot used in an election for a member of a Regional authority must
contain a brief explanatory note stating the maximum number of candidates
who can be voted for in order not to make the ballot void.


BALLOTS FOR PUBLIC OR SEPARATE MEMBERS

Every ballot should indicate if the elector is voting for a public or
separate candidate.


FORM 8RA  VOTING REGISTER
     School Act (Sections 44(4), 256)
     Local Authorities Election Act
     (Sections 52, 53, 59, 78)

THE REGIONAL AUTHORITY OF     
FRANCOPHONE EDUCATION REGION Nø    .

PROVINCE OF ALBERTA

ELECTION DATE:                                         

VOTING SUBDIVISION OR WARD (If Applicable):  

VOTING STATION:     



STATEMENT OF ELECTOR ELIGIBILITY

I,    (name of elector)    of    (address of elector)   , am eligible to
vote at the above mentioned election because:



    I have not voted before in this election; 
    I am a Francophone; 
    I have a child enrolled in a school operated by the above noted
Regional authority;
    I am 18 years of age or older;
    I am a Canadian citizen; 
    I have resided in Alberta for the six (6) consecutive months
immediately preceding election day. 



    I am eligible to vote for [check one ( )]:
          a Francophone separate school member
          a Francophone public school member

                                                                           
 
     Signature of Elector



     IT IS AN OFFENCE TO SIGN A FALSE STATEMENT




Scrutateur

NUM�RO DE L'�LECTEUR :

BULLETINS DE VOTE REMIS   L'�LECTEUR  [cocher (   )]

     conseiller ou conseillŠre scolaire public

     conseiller ou conseillŠre scolaire s‚par‚

     question ou rŠglement




OBJECTION TO
PERSON VOTING
Name of candidate/agent making objection:
Deputy's Initials:



Reason for objection:



INCAPACI-TATED ELECTOR
Ballot for incapacitated elector was marked by another person:  [check (  
)]




Reason:


OTHER




NOTE:
The personal information that is being collected under the authority of the
Local Authorities Election Act and the School Act will be used for the
purposes under those Acts.  It is protected by the privacy provisions of
the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.  If you have any
questions about the collection, contact    (title and business phone number
of the responsible official)   .

     Alberta Regulation 379/2003

     Water Act

     WATER (MINISTERIAL) AMENDMENT REGULATION

     Filed:  December 11, 2003

Made by the Minister of Environment (M.O. 60/2003) on December 10, 2003
pursuant to section 170 of the Water Act.


1   The Water (Ministerial) Regulation (AR 205/98) is amended by this
Regulation.


2   Section 72(2) is amended by striking out "5" and substituting "6".


3   Section 76 is amended by striking out "2003" and substituting "2004".