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Alberta Regulation 27/2004
School Act
WITHDRAWAL OF WARD PLEBISCITE REGULATION
Filed: February 18, 2004
Made by the Minister of Learning (M.O. 004/2004) on February 10, 2004 pursuant to 
section 235 of the School Act.
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	Requirements re signatures, etc.
	3	Time limit for submission of petition
	4	Petition calling for vote
	5	Preparation of plebiscite question
	6	Notice of plebiscite
	7	Expiry 
 
Schedule


Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Act" means the School Act;
	(b)	"board" means a board of trustees of a regional division;
	(c)	"district" means a district as defined in the Act;
	(d)	"division" means a division as defined in the Act;
	(e)	"elector" means an elector as defined in the Act;
	(f)	"petition" means a petition under section 228 of the Act;
	(g)	"petitioning ward" means a ward in respect of which petition 
is being carried out;
	(h)	"regional division" means a regional division as defined in 
the Act;
	(i)	"ward" means a ward of a regional division.
Requirements re signatures, etc.
2(1)  To be eligible to be a signatory to a petition a person must be an 
elector who resides in the petitioning ward.
(2)  Each signature of a signatory to a petition must, for the purposes of 
section 263(1)(b) of the Act, be witnessed by an elector who resides in 
the petitioning ward and that elector must be the person who swears 
the affidavit required under section 263(2) of the Act.
(3)  For the purposes of section 263(3) of the Act, the elector signing 
the statement required under that subsection must be an elector who 
resides in the petitioning ward.
Time limit for submission of petition
3(1)  In this section, "general election year" means the year within 
which a general election is conducted to elect trustees for a board.
(2)  A petition for a plebiscite to determine whether a ward should be 
withdrawn from a regional division must be submitted to the board of 
that regional division before March 1 of the general election year in 
which the plebiscite is to be conducted.
Petition calling for vote
4   For the purposes of requiring a question to be submitted to a vote to 
determine whether a ward should be withdrawn from a regional 
division, the petition must be signed by at least
	(a)	the lesser of
	(i)	5000 electors, and
	(ii)	the number of electors that is equal to 10% of the 
number of students residing in the ward,
		in the case of a ward having 5000 or more students,
	(b)	the lesser of
	(i)	500 electors, and
	(ii)	the number of electors that is equal to 25% of the 
number of students residing in the ward,
		in the case of a ward having fewer than 5000 but 1000 or 
more students, or
	(c)	the lesser of
	(i)	250 electors, and
	(ii)	the number of electors that is equal to 40% of the 
number of students residing in the ward,
		in the case of a ward having fewer than 1000 students.
Preparation of plebiscite question
5(1)  Where a petition is determined to be sufficient, the board must 
prepare the plebiscite question in the form set out in the Schedule.
(2)  In the plebiscite question,
	(a)	the petitioning ward must be cited by a name and, if 
necessary, a description of its boundaries that enables the 
electors to identify the petitioning ward, and
	(b)	the regional division must be cited by its corporate name.
Notice of plebiscite
6   The board to which a petition has been submitted must provide 
public notice of the plebiscite in accordance with the Local Authorities 
Election Act once
	(a)	the plebiscite question has been prepared, and
	(b)	provision has been made under section 229 of the Act for the 
election of individuals to represent the ward.
Expiry
7   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 December 31, 2010.
Schedule 
 
Form of Plebiscite Question
Are you in favour of    (petitioning ward)    withdrawing from 
   (regional division)    in order to join a different district or division?
?	Yes, I want    (petitioning ward)    to withdraw from    (regional 
division)   .
?	No, I do not want    (petitioning ward)    to withdraw from 
   (regional division)   .


Alberta Regulation 28/2004
Employment Standards Code
EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: February 18, 2004
Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 52/2004) on February 18, 2004 
pursuant to section 138 of the Employment Standards Code. 
1   The Employment Standards Regulation (AR 14/97) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Part 3 is amended by adding the following after Division 
8:
Division 9 
Caregivers
Definitions
43.1   In this Division,
	(a)	"caregiver" means an employee who provides home care or 
residential care;
	(b)	"designated sleep time" means the period, to a maximum of 8 
hours, designated by the employer as sleep time on a shift 
that is not a 24-hour shift;
	(c)	"home care" means the provision of
	(i)	a health care service,
	(ii)	a personal care service, or
	(iii)	a homemaking service
		as defined in the Co-ordinated Home Care Program 
Regulation (AR 296/2003) to home care clients in their 
homes, but does not include
	(iv)	heavy housework service,
	(v)	handyman service,
	(vi)	the services commonly known as "Meals on Wheels" 
and "Wheels to Meals",
	(vii)	transportation service, or
	(viii)	office or administrative services;
	(d)	"home care client" means an individual, regardless of age, 
who
	(i)	requires home care,
	(ii)	is unable to perform daily living activities 
independently, and
	(iii)	is not the employer of the caregiver;
	(e)	"residential care" means the provision of
	(i)	a health care service, or
	(ii)	a personal care service,
		as defined in the Co-ordinated Home Care Program 
Regulation (AR 296/2003) to residential care clients, but 
does not include
	(iii)	office or administrative services,
	(iv)	menu planning or meal preparation,
	(v)	housekeeping, janitorial and maintenance services, or
	(vi)	other services not directly related to the personal care 
and health care of the client;
	(f)	"residential care client" means an individual, regardless of 
age, who
	(i)	requires residential care,
	(ii)	lives or stays in a residential setting, and
	(iii)	is not the employer of the caregiver;
	(g)	"residential setting" means a facility that provides any of the 
following:
	(i)	emergency shelter;
	(ii)	addiction treatment;
	(iii)	supervision and treatment of young offenders;
	(iv)	care and treatment of individuals with emotional or 
behavioural difficulties;
	(v)	care and treatment of individuals with physical or 
developmental disabilities;
	(h)	"24-hour shift" means a shift during which a caregiver is 
providing home care or residential care for a continuous 
period of 24 hours.
Application
43.2   This Division applies
	(a)	to caregivers who are employed to provide home care or 
residential care, and
	(b)	to the respective employers of the caregivers referred to in 
clause (a) while acting in the capacity of an employer.
Substitution for Act
43.3   This Division applies in substitution for sections 16 and 21 of 
the Act.
Caregiver payment for hours of work and overtime
43.4(1)  Where a caregiver is employed for a 24-hour shift,
	(a)	the caregiver
	(i)	who provides home care must be paid an amount that is 
at least equivalent to the minimum wage for 12 hours, 
and
	(ii)	who provides residential care must be paid an amount 
that is at least equivalent to the minimum wage for 24 
hours,
	(b)	12 hours of each 24-hour shift are used to calculate the total 
number of hours worked in a work month for overtime 
purposes, and
	(c)	any hours worked in excess of 264 hours in a work month are 
overtime hours.
(2)  Where a caregiver is employed for less than a 24-hour shift,
	(a)	the caregiver must be paid at least the minimum wage for 
each hour of the shift,
	(b)	overtime hours in respect of a work month are
	(i)	the total of the caregiver's hours of work in excess of 12 
hours for each work day in the work month, or
	(ii)	the caregiver's hours of work in excess of 264 hours in 
the work month,
		whichever is greater, and where the number of hours 
calculated under subclause (i) is equal to the number of hours 
calculated under subclause (ii), then those hours are the 
overtime hours, and
	(c)	any hours in a designated sleep time are not used to calculate 
overtime hours except where the caregiver is providing home 
care or residential care during all or a portion of those hours.
Caregiver payment for outings with client
43.5(1)  Where a caregiver accompanies a home care client or 
residential care client on a vacation, a recreational or educational 
outing or some other outing, the caregiver must be paid an amount 
that is at least equal to the amount payable to the caregiver when 
providing home care in the home care client's home or residential 
care to the residential care client in a residential setting, as the case 
may be.
(2)  Subsection (1) does not apply if the caregiver and client have 
agreed otherwise.
Caregiver payment for less than 2 hours
43.6(1)  A caregiver who is providing home care for less than 2 
consecutive hours must be paid for 2 hours of work at not less than 
the minimum wage.
(2)  For the purposes of subsection (1),
	(a)	an unpaid meal period of one hour or less is not to be 
considered as part of the 2 consecutive hours of work, and
	(b)	hours of work immediately following the meal period 
referred to in clause (a) are to be counted as if they were 
hours of work following consecutively the hours of work 
before the meal period.

3   This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 2004.



Alberta Regulation 29/2004
Government Organization Act
GAMING GRANTS REGULATION
Filed: February 18, 2004
Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 60/2004) on February 18, 2004 
pursuant to section 13 of the Government Organization Act.
Table of Contents
	1	Interpretation
	2	Authority to make grants
	3	Eligibility criteria
	4	Applications for grants
	5	Delegation of powers and duties
	6	Agreements
	7	Use of money and repayment
	8	Accountability after grant made
	9	Methods of payment
	10	Set-off
	11	Repeal
	12	Expiry
Interpretation
1   In this Regulation, "Minister" means the Minister of Gaming.
Authority to make grants
2   The Minister may, in accordance with this Regulation, make grants 
to any person or organization in respect of any matter that is under the 
Minister's administration.
Eligibility criteria
3   The Minister may, in accordance with this Regulation, set 
eligibility criteria for a grant and, at the Minister's sole discretion, 
refuse to make a grant, determine the amount of a grant and specify 
any conditions applicable to a grant.


Applications for grants
4   An application for a grant must be made in the manner and form 
determined by the Minister.
Delegation of powers and duties
5   The Minister may delegate in writing to any employee of the 
Government any power conferred or duty imposed on the Minister by 
section 13 of the Government Organization Act or by this Regulation.
Agreements
6(1)  The Minister may enter into agreements with respect to grants.
(2)  The Minister may, as a condition of a grant, require that an 
applicant enter into an agreement with respect to any matter relating to 
the payment of the grant.
Use of money and repayment
7(1)  The Minister and the recipient or prospective recipient of a grant 
may jointly in writing vary the purpose for which a grant was made.
(2)  It is a condition of a grant that the recipient use the grant and any 
investment income earned on the grant
	(a)	only for the purpose for which the grant was made, or
	(b)	if that purpose is varied under subsection (1), only for the 
purpose as so varied.
(3)  If the recipient of a grant fails to comply with subsection (2), the 
Minister may require the recipient to repay to the Government all or 
any part of the grant and any investment income earned on the grant.
(4)  If
	(a)	the recipient does not comply with any conditions of the 
grant other than those referred to in subsection (3), or
	(b)	any of the information provided by the recipient to obtain the 
grant is determined by the Minister to be false, misleading or 
inaccurate,
the Minister may require the recipient to repay to the Government all 
or part of the grant, including any investment income earned on the 
grant.
(5)  The Minister may require that a grant and any investment income 
earned on the grant must be used within a specified period of time and, 
if the recipient of the money does not use the grant within that period 
of time, or any later date extended under subsection (6), the Minister 
may require the recipient to repay to the Government the unused 
portion of the grant and any investment income earned on the grant.
(6)  The Minister, in writing, may extend the time referred to in 
subsection (5).
(7)  Money that the Minister requires to be repaid to the Government 
under this section constitutes a debt due to the Government and is 
recoverable by the Minister in an action in debt against the recipient of 
the grant.
(8)  A certificate signed by the Minister stating that a grant was made 
under this section and that the Minister has required repayment of the 
money in accordance with this section is prima facie proof of the debt 
due by the recipient of the grant to the Government.
Accountability after grant made
8(1)  The Minister may require that the recipient of a grant
	(a)	provide information satisfactory to the Minister to enable 
determination of whether the recipient is complying with all 
or any of the conditions of the grant,
	(b)	account to the satisfaction of the Minister for how the grant 
and any investment income earned on the grant or any 
portion of them were or are being used, and
	(c)	permit a representative of the Minister or of the Auditor 
General, or both, to examine any books or records that the 
Minister or the Auditor General considers necessary to 
determine whether the grant and any investment income 
earned on the grant or any portion of them were or are being 
used properly.
(2)  Without limiting subsection (1), the recipient of a grant shall 
within the period of time determined by the Minister or any later date 
extended under subsection (3), account to the Minister, in the manner 
that the Minister determines, for the way in which the grant has been 
spent.
(3)  The Minister may, in writing, extend the time referred to in 
subsection (2).
(4)  Without limiting subsection (1), if the Minister has entered into an 
agreement that contains terms that require the recipient to account for 
the way in which the grant was used, the recipient shall account to the 
Minister in accordance with those terms.
Methods of payment
9   The Minister may provide for the payment of a grant in a lump sum 
or by instalments at the times the Minister considers appropriate.
Set-off
10(1)  The Minister may pay the whole or any part of a grant owing to 
a recipient into the General Revenue Fund in reduction or by way of 
elimination of an indebtedness the recipient has to the Government.
(2)  A certificate signed by the Minister stating
	(a)	the amount of the indebtedness to the Government,
	(b)	the amount of a grant applied towards reduction or 
elimination of the indebtedness,
	(c)	the amount, if any, of the debt remaining after application of 
the grant, and
	(d)	the situation respecting interest, if any, due on the 
indebtedness,
is prima facie proof of the facts stated in the certificate.
Repeal
11   Schedule 3 to the Community Development Grants Regulation 
(AR 57/98) 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 February 28, 2011.


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Alberta Regulation 30/2004
Traffic Safety Act
COMMERCIAL VEHICLE DIMENSION AND WEIGHT 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: February 24, 2004
Made by the Minister of Transportation (M.O. 7/04) on February 18, 2004 pursuant to 
section 156 of the Traffic Safety Act.
1   The Commercial Vehicle Dimension and Weight 
Regulation (AR 315/2002) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 12 is amended
	(a)	by repealing subsection (6)(a)(ii);
	(b)	by adding the following after subsection (6):
(7)  If a road ban is in effect, a commercial vehicle transporting 
domestic drinking water may carry on the axles on that highway 
up to 80% of the maximum allowable weight permitted for that 
single axle or axle group.

3   Section 19(1)(e)(i) is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
	(i)	$0.03 per tonne per kilometre over the lesser of
	(A)	the registered weight, and
	(B)	the sum of allowable axle weights for the vehicle (being 
the gross weight for the steering axle, as set out in 
section 9(1)(b), and the base weight for all other axles, 
as set out in Schedule 9);

4   Section 23 is amended by striking out "July 1, 2004" and 
substituting "July 1, 2009".


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Alberta Regulation 31/2004
Local Authorities Election Act
CALGARY ELECTION REGULATION
Filed: February 26, 2004
Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 62/2004) on February 25, 2004 
pursuant to section 160 of the Local Authorities Election Act.
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	Modification of election procedure
	3	Section 52 identification
	4	Delegation
	5	Special ballot provisions
	6	Application to vote by special ballot
	7	Voting by special ballot
	8	Designated officer may act
	9	Blind electors
	10	Expiry
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Act" means the Local Authorities Election Act;
	(b)	"Form 8" means Form 8 of Schedule 1 under the Local 
Authorities Election Forms Regulation;
	(c)	"returning officer" means the returning officer for the City of 
Calgary.
Modification of election procedure
2(1)  The system for the conduct and procedure of an election or a vote 
under the Act is modified for use by the City of Calgary to the extent 
provided as follows:
	(a)	a card having only the same contents as Form 8 is to be 
created for every elector enumerated in an enumeration 
conducted pursuant to bylaw no. 8M86 of the City of Calgary 
or any successor to that bylaw;
	(b)	on election day the cards for each voting station must be kept 
by a deputy for that station;
	(c)	on election day an elector attending at a voting station must 
obtain his or her card and then present the card to the deputy 
issuing ballots;
	(d)	corrections to information on a card must be initialled by the 
elector;
	(e)	if no card had been created for an elector or the card cannot 
be located, the deputy must create a card for that elector that 
has the same information as contained in Form 8;
	(f)	the deputy may only issue a ballot if the elector makes the 
statement referred to in section 53(1)(b) of the Act and the 
elector signs the card;
	(g)	immediately after issuing the ballot the deputy must complete 
the card.
(2)  The cards marked in accordance with subsection (1) constitute the 
voting register.
Section 52 identification
3(1)  Instead of identification referred to in section 52 of the Act, the 
returning officer may, on proof of identity satisfactory to the returning 
officer, issue photo identification to an enumerator and that photo 
identification shall, for the purposes of section 52 be treated as if it 
were identification provided by the City of Calgary.
(2)  Where the identification for the purposes of section 52 of the Act 
that is used by a campaign worker is Form 7A of Schedule 1 of the 
Local Authorities Election Forms Regulation, the candidate may sign 
the identification on behalf of the returning officer.
Delegation
4   The returning officer may in writing delegate to a deputy returning 
officer the returning officer's power under section 54(2) of the Act and 
the deputy returning officer may exercise the power accordingly.
Special ballot provisions
5   Sections 6 to 8 apply instead of section 77.1 to 77.3 of the Act in 
the case of an election in the City of Calgary.
Application to vote by special ballot
6(1)  An elector who is unable to vote at an advance vote or at the 
voting station on election day because of
	(a)	physical incapacity,
	(b)	absence from the local jurisdiction, or
	(c)	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
may apply to vote by special ballot.
(2)  An application for a special ballot may be made
	(a)	in writing,
	(b)	by telephone,
	(c)	by telecopier,
	(d)	electronically on-line through the City of Calgary website, or
	(e)	in person,
by an elector to the returning officer at any time between July 1 in the 
year of a general election and 4:30 p.m. on election day or, in a case 
other than a general election, between the date on which notice of 
nomination day is first given and 4:30 p.m. on election day.
(3)  On receipt of an application under this section the returning officer 
must
	(a)	enter in the special ballot request system
	(i)	the elector's name and the elector's place of residence, 
and
	(ii)	the number of the voting subdivision for the elector's 
place of residence,
		and
	(b)	cause the appropriate forms to be provided to the applicant.
Voting by special ballot
7(1)  On receipt of the appropriate forms pursuant to section 6, the 
elector must vote by writing, in legible printing in the space provided, 
the name of the candidate of the elector's choice, and if there is to be a 
vote on a bylaw or question, the wording is to be determined in 
accordance with section 44 of the Act and be supplied as part of the 
appropriate forms.
(2)  After marking the appropriate ballots, the voter must
	(a)	place them in the ballot envelope,
	(b)	seal the ballot envelope,
	(c)	place the ballot envelope in a certificate envelope that is in a 
form that is acceptable to the returning officer,
	(d)	complete and sign the certificate and seal the certificate 
envelope,
	(e)	place the certificate envelope in the outer envelope, and
	(f)	seal the outer envelope.
(3)  The outer envelope, when sealed, must be forwarded so that it 
reaches the returning officer not later than the close of the voting 
station on election day.
(4)  On receipt of the outer envelope, the returning officer must remove 
the certificate envelope and determine
	(a)	whether the name on the certificate envelope is the same as 
that of an individual already recorded in the city's special 
ballot request system, and
	(b)	whether the certificate is properly completed.
(5)  On determining that the voter is recorded in the special ballot 
request system and whether the certificate is properly completed, the 
returning officer must,
	(a)	if the returning officer is satisfied that the certificate is 
properly completed,
	(i)	initial the voting register,
	(ii)	record in the special ballot request system the date and 
time the returning officer received the certificate 
envelope, and
	(iii)	open the certificate envelope, remove the sealed ballot 
envelope and place the sealed ballot envelope in a 
sealed ballot box marked with the voting station number 
of the special ballot voting station,
		or
	(b)	if the returning officer is not satisfied that the certificate is 
properly completed,
	(i)	retain the certificate envelope unopened,
	(ii)	treat the ballot in the envelope as a rejected ballot, and
	(iii)	mark the certificate envelope accordingly.
(6)  At the close of voting on election day the returning officer must 
deliver the special ballot box, the completed certificate envelopes and 
the unopened rejected certificate envelopes to the presiding deputy of 
the special ballot voting station.
(7)  After completing the count of the ballots, the deputy must record 
the results on the prescribed form.
Designated officer may act
8   Where sections 6 and 7 confer a power or impose a duty of the 
returning officer, the power may be exercised and the duty may be 
carried out by a designated deputy.
Blind electors
9   Section 78(5) of the Act does not apply in the case of  an elector 
who is blind, and the following applies instead:
	(a)	the deputy shall provide at advance voting stations on an as 
required basis blind voter templates that will allow the 
elector to vote entirely unassisted;
	(b)	the returning officer shall ensure that advertisements for 
advance voting stations contain statements that blind voter 
templates will be available only at advance voting station and 
will not be available on election day.
Expiry
10   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for 
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be 
repassed in its present or an amended form following a review, this 
Regulation expires on October 31, 2009.


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Alberta Regulation 32/2004
Maintenance Enforcement Act
MAINTENANCE ENFORCEMENT AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: February 26, 2004
Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 67/2004) on February 25, 2004 
pursuant to section 45 of the Maintenance Enforcement Act.
1   The Maintenance Enforcement Regulation (AR 2/86) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 5 is amended by adding the following after 
subsection (2):
(2.001)  Notice under section 10.1(2)(b) of the Act shall be by 
ordinary mail, registered mail, priority mail, courier or personal 
service.

3   Section 7 is amended by adding the following after 
subsection (6):
(7)  A maintenance agreement filed with the Director under section 
10.1 of the Act shall be in Form 8.

4   The following is added after section 21:
Agreements
22(1)  The day specified for the purposes of section 10.1(8) of the 
Act is March 1, 2004.
(2)  If an agreement contains terms and conditions in addition to 
those provided for in Form 8, that form may not be filed pursuant to 
section 10.1 of the Act.

5   The following form is added after Form 7:
Form 8  

COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH OF ALBERTA 
ACTION NO. ____________________ 
JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF ____________________
Maintenance Enforcement 
Support Agreement 

1.   BETWEEN:                                                      , the Recipient (Creditor)
 
- and - 

                                                               , the Payor (Debtor)
2.  ?	This agreement requires the payment of support for a (former) 
spouse or adult interdependent partner. We, the Payor and 
Recipient, certify that there has never been a court order 
previously granted requiring the Payor to pay spousal or adult 
interdependent partner support for the Recipient.*
    ?	This agreement requires the payment of support for the child(ren) 
named below. We, the Payor and Recipient, certify that there has 
never been an agreement under the Parentage and Maintenance 
Act, the Income Support Recovery Act, Part 5 of the Income and 
Employment Supports Act or a court order under any legislation 
requiring the Payor to pay support to the Recipient for any of the 
children named below.*
Full Name of Child	Birthdate (yyyy/mm/dd)
                               	              /            /            
                               	              /            /            
                               	              /            /           
	* This agreement cannot vary the terms of an agreement made under the 
Parentage and Maintenance Act, the Income Support Recovery Act, Part 5 
of the Income and Employment Supports Act or of any court order.
3.	Previous Maintenance Enforcement Support Agreements
a.   ?	We have not previously made any Maintenance 
Enforcement Support Agreement between us relating to 
child, spousal or adult interdependent partner support, or
b.   ?	This agreement replaces the Maintenance Enforcement 
Support Agreement previously made between us on 
  (yyyy/mm/dd)  , which was filed with the Court of 
Queen's Bench, Judicial District of                      , on 
  (yyyy/mm/dd)   as Court Action No.       , or
c.   ?	This agreement supplements the Maintenance 
Enforcement Support Agreement previously made 
between us on   (yyyy/mm/dd)  , which was filed with the 
Court of Queen's Bench, Judicial District of 
                     , on   (yyyy/mm/dd)   as Court Action No. 
      .  Where there is a conflict between the 2 agreements, 
the terms of this agreement will be used.
IT IS AGREED THAT:
4.	Guideline Income
a.	The Payor's annual income as calculated in accordance 
with the Federal Child Support Guidelines is $                .
b.	The Recipient's annual income as calculated in 
accordance with the Federal Child Support Guidelines is 
$                 .
5.	Base Child Support
a.	The Payor shall pay to the Recipient the sum of $            
per month for the support of the child(ren) named above.
b.	?	Payment will be made on the          day of each 
month commencing   (yyyy/mm/dd)  ; or
	?	Payment will be made in 2 equal instalments of 
$              , payable on the            and            days 
of each month, commencing   (yyyy/mm/dd)  .
6.	Adjustment of Child Support by the Director of 
Maintenance Enforcement
	When the Director of Maintenance Enforcement is provided with 
evidence that satisfies the Director that one or more children 
named above are no longer financially dependent on the 
Recipient, or otherwise do not qualify for the collection of support 
under the policies of the Maintenance Enforcement Program, the 
Director will adjust the amount of support payable as follows:
a.	If one child is no longer eligible for support collection, 
then the base child support payment shall be reduced to 
$                 per month.
b.	If 2 children are no longer eligible for support collection, 
then the base child support payment shall be reduced to 
$                per month.
c.	If 3 children are no longer eligible for support collection, 
then the base child support payment shall be reduced to 
$                per month.
7.	Additional Expenses Relating to the Child(ren)
a.	?	Monthly Payments:
	(i)	In addition to the base child support payment, the Payor 
shall pay to the Recipient the sum of $             per month for 
additional expenses for the child(ren) on the         day of 
each month commencing   (yyyy/mm/dd)  , calculated as 
follows:
	(ii)	Name of Child	Nature of Additional	Amount of 
	Expense	Payor's 
		Contribution 
                       	                                  	                        
                       	                                  	                        
                       	                                  	                       
	Should the Recipient cease to incur any additional expense listed 
above, then the Payor shall no longer be required to contribute to 
that expense.
b.	?	Lump Sum or Annual Payments:
	In addition to any other payments required by this agreement, 
the Payor shall pay to the Recipient the following additional 
expenses for the children:
Name of	Nature of	Amount of	      Payable 
Child	Additional	Payor's	      When? 
	Expense	Contribution
                 	                   	                        	?  one-time lump	?  payable 
                 	                   	                        	sum payable	annually each 
                 	                   	                        	(yyyy/mm/dd)	(mm/dd)
	Should the Recipient cease to incur any additional expense listed 
above, then the Payor shall no longer be required to contribute to 
that expense.
8.	Termination of Child Support and Expenses
	The obligation of the Payor to pay child support and expenses for a 
child shall terminate:
a.	?	on the child no longer being considered a "child of the 
marriage" within the meaning of the Divorce Act, or 
b.	?		 
	
9.	Monthly Spousal or Adult Interdependent Partner Support
a.	The Payor shall pay to the Recipient the sum of 
$                  per month for the support of the 
Recipient.
b.	?	Payment will be made on the            day of each month 
commencing   (yyyy/mm/dd)  , or
	?	Payment will be made in 2 equal monthly instalments of 
$            , payable on the            and            days of each 
month, commencing   (yyyy/mm/dd)  .
10.	Termination of Spousal or Adult Interdependent Partner 
Support
	The obligation of the Payor to pay support for the Recipient shall 
terminate:
a.	?	on 	(yyyy/mm/dd)  
	, or
b.	?		 
	
11.	Lump Sum Spousal or Adult Interdependent Partner 
Support
	The Payor shall pay to the Recipient, for the support of the 
Recipient, a lump sum of $             , payable on   (yyyy/mm/dd)  .
12.	Enforcement by the Director of Maintenance Enforcement
	It is intended that this agreement be registered with the Director of 
Maintenance Enforcement and that payments made under this 
agreement be made pursuant to the Maintenance Enforcement Act 
to the Director of Maintenance Enforcement.
13.	Date of Agreement
	This agreement is entered into on   (yyyy/mm/dd)   at   (City or 
Town)  , Alberta.

Signature of 
Recipient
Date   
(yyyy/mm/dd)
Print Name of Recipient 

Address of Recipient 
(for service of the filed copy of this agreement) 

Signature of 
Witness
Date   
(yyyy/mm/dd)
Print Name of Witness 


Signature of 
Payor
Date   
(yyyy/mm/dd)
Print Name of Payor 

Address of Payor 
(for service of the filed copy of this agreement) 

Signature of 
Witness
Date   
(yyyy/mm/dd)
Print Name of Witness 

Before this agreement can be registered with the Maintenance 
Enforcement Program, it must be filed by the Recipient or Payor 
with the Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta. The Maintenance 
Enforcement Act also requires that notice of the filing be given to 
the other party before the agreement can be enforced.  
Affidavit of Execution (Recipient)
My name is: 	(name of witness)	
My address is: 		 
                        		 
                        	(address of witness)	
I make oath and say that I witnessed   (name of Recipient)   sign 
this maintenance agreement.

SWORN BEFORE ME at the              of	) 
              , in the Province of Alberta, the	) 
         day of                       ,                .	) 
		)	    (witness signature)      	 
(Commissioner for Oaths	)  
in and for the Province of Alberta)	) 
 
Print or Stamp Name and Appointment Expiry Date
Affidavit of Execution (Payor)
My name is: 	(name of witness)	
My address is: 		 
                        		 
                        	(address of witness)	
I make oath and say that I witnessed    (name of Payor)    sign this 
maintenance agreement.

SWORN BEFORE ME at the              of	) 
              , in the Province of Alberta, the	) 
         day of                       ,                .	) 
		)	    (witness signature)      	 
(Commissioner for Oaths	)  
in and for the Province of Alberta)	) 
 
Print or Stamp Name and Appointment Expiry Date


COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH OF ALBERTA 
ACTION NO. ____________________ 
JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF ____________________
Maintenance Enforcement Support Agreement
This agreement was filed in the Court of Queen's Bench by the 
following person: 
 
	(Name) 
	(Address for service) 
	(Address for service) 
	(Address for service) 
	(Phone) 
	(Fax)



Alberta Regulation 33/2004
Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act
DESIGNATION OF OPTIONAL CERTIFICATION 
TRADES AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: February 26, 2004
Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 71/2004) on February 25, 2004 
pursuant to section 22 of the Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act. 
1   The Designation of Optional Certification Trades 
Regulation (AR 203/2000) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 2 is amended by striking out "March 31, 2004" and 
substituting "March 31, 2008".

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AR 27/2004	SCHOOL
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AR 28/2004	EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS CODE
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AR 29/2004	GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION
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AR 30/2004	TRAFFIC SAFETY
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AR 31/2004	LOCAL AUTHORITIES ELECTION
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