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Alberta Regulation 34/2004
Safety Codes Act
BOILERS AND PRESSURE VESSELS EXEMPTION AMENDMENT ORDER
Filed: March 2, 2004
Made by the Minister of Municipal Affairs (M.O. P:004/04) on January 20, 2004 
pursuant to section 2(2) of the Safety Codes Act. 

1   The Boilers and Pressure Vessels Exemption Order (AR 
300/94) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 3.1 is amended by striking out "March 31, 2004" 
and substituting "March 31, 2005".



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Alberta Regulation 35/2004
Professional and Occupational Associations Registration Act
INFORMATION SYSTEMS PROFESSIONAL AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 3, 2004
Approved by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 77/2004) on March 3, 2004 
pursuant to section 14 of the Professional and Occupational Associations Registration 
Act and made by the Canadian Information Processing Society of Alberta on March 
6, 2003. 
1   The Information Systems Professional Regulation 
(AR 39/97) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1 is amended by adding the following after 
clause (i):
	(i.1)	"information systems experience" means experience that is 
acceptable to the Registration Committee in the practice of 
information systems;

3   Section 3 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1) by adding "and" at the end of 
clause (a), striking out ", and" at the end of clause 
(b) and repealing clause (c);
	(b)	by repealing subsection (3).

4   Section 7 is amended by adding "or fees" after "pay the 
fee".

5   Section 8(1) is amended
	(a)	by repealing clause (a) and substituting the 
following:
	(a)	providing evidence that the applicant obtained at least 
1000 hours of information systems experience in the 12 
months immediately preceding the application for 
registration and that the applicant has
	(i)	graduated from a 4-year degree program approved 
by the Board and obtained at least 2 years of 
information systems experience,
	(ii)	graduated from a 3-year degree program approved 
by the Board and obtained at least 3 years of 
information systems experience,
	(iii)	graduated from a 3-year technical program 
approved by the Board and obtained at least 4 
years of information systems experience,
	(iv)	graduated from a 2-year technical program 
approved by the Board and obtained at least 5 
years of information systems experience, or
	(v)	obtained at least 5 years of information systems 
experience and passed the examinations set by the 
Institute for the Certification of Computer 
Professionals required to qualify for the Certified 
Computing Professional (CCP) designation or a 
substantially equivalent designation approved by 
the Board,
	(a.1)	providing evidence that the applicant obtained a 
combination of academic qualifications and experience 
that, in the opinion of the Registration Committee,
	(i)	is substantially equivalent to the requirements 
identified in clause (a)(i), (ii), (iii), (iv) or (v), and
	(ii)	was obtained in the sufficiently recent past,
			or
	(b)	in clause (b)
	(i)	by striking out "and" at the end of subclause (i);
	(ii)	by striking out "experience acceptable to the 
Registration Committee in the practice of information 
systems" and substituting "information systems 
experience, and";
	(iii)	by adding the following after subclause (ii):
	(iii)	has obtained at least 1000 hours of information 
systems experience in the 12 months immediately 
preceding the application for registration.

6   Section 9 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1)
	(i)	by repealing clauses (a) and (b) and 
substituting the following:
	(a)	graduated from a degree program approved by the 
Board,
	(b)	graduated from a technical program for 
information systems approved by the Board,
	(ii)	by repealing clause (d) and substituting the 
following:
	(d)	passed the examinations set by the Institute for the 
Certification of Computer Professionals required 
to qualify for the Certified Computing Professional 
(CCP) designation or an equivalent designation 
approved by the Board.
	(b)	by repealing subsection (3) and substituting the 
following:
(3)  Notwithstanding subsections (1) and (2), an individual may 
remain on the register of candidate members for a maximum of 
10 years.

7   Section 10(a)(i) and (b)(i) are amended by striking out 
"experience acceptable to the Registration Committee in the practice of 
information systems" and substituting "information systems 
experience".

8   Section 17 is amended by adding the following after 
subsection (2):
(3)  An individual whose registration has been cancelled under 
subsection (1) due only to non-payment of a fee is entitled to have 
the registration renewed on application within the time period 
following the due date for its payment that is prescribed by the 
by-laws and on payment of all accrued fees payable and any late 
renewal fee prescribed by the by-laws under section 7.

9   Sections 13, 19 and 20 and Schedules 1 and 2 are 
repealed.


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Alberta Regulation 36/2004
Professional and Occupational Associations Registration Act
PROFESSIONAL ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS REGULATION
Filed: March 3, 2004
Approved by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 78/2004) on March 3, 2004 
pursuant to section 14 of the Professional and Occupational Associations Registration 
Act and made by the Professional Electrical Contractors of the Electrical Contractors 
Association of Alberta on August 11, 2003. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	Registration Committee
	3	Registers
	4	Powers and duties of Registration Committee
	5	Application appeal
	6	Certificate of registration
	7	Payment of fee
	8	Annual membership card
	9	Registration as professional electrical contractor
	10	Registration as student member
	11	Practice Review Committee
	12	Powers and duties of Practice Review Committee
	13	Notice of review
	14	Reports and recommendations
	15	Discipline Committee
	16	Costs
	17	Cancellation and suspension
	18	Cancellation on request
	19	Non-payment of fees, etc.
	20	Registration in error
	21	Code of Ethics
	22	Use of title
	23	Transitional
	24	Repeal
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Association" means the Electrical Contractors Association 
of Alberta;
	(b)	"Association's registrar" means the registrar for the 
Association appointed under the bylaws;
	(c)	"Board" means the Board of Directors of the Association 
established under the bylaws;
	(d)	"Discipline Committee" means the Discipline Committee 
established pursuant to section 15;
	(e)	"electrical contracting" means the business of erecting or 
installing electrical installations or equipment or the business 
of erecting, installing, repairing, servicing or maintaining 
electrical installations and equipment;
	(f)	"Practice Review Committee" means the Practice Review 
Committee established pursuant to section 11;
	(g)	"professional education program" means a program in 
electrical contracting approved by the Board;
	(h)	"professional electrical contractor" means a person who is 
registered as a professional electrical contractor under this 
Regulation and who holds an annual membership card under 
this Regulation;
	(i)	"registered member" means a professional electrical 
contractor or a student member;
	(j)	"Registration Committee" means the Registration Committee 
established pursuant to section 2;
	(k)	"student member" means a person who is registered as a 
student member under this Regulation and who holds a 
student annual membership card under this Regulation.
Registration Committee
2(1)  The Registration Committee is established consisting of
	(a)	one professional electrical contractor who is a member of the 
Board, and
	(b)	at least 2 professional electrical contractors who are not 
members of the Board, one of whom must be appointed as 
the chair.
(2)  The members of the Registration Committee must be appointed by 
the Board in accordance with the bylaws.
(3)  The Registration Committee must meet at the call of its chair.
(4)  A quorum at a meeting of the Registration Committee is a majority 
of the members appointed.
Registers
3(1)  The Association's registrar must maintain, in accordance with 
this Regulation and the bylaws and subject to the direction of the 
Board,
	(a)	a register of professional electrical contractors, and
	(b)	a register of student members.
(2)  The Association's registrar must enter in the appropriate register
	(a) 	the name of an individual whose registration has been 
approved by the Board or the Registration Committee, as the 
case may be, and who has paid the fee prescribed by the 
bylaws, and
	(b)	the mailing address of that individual.
Powers and duties of Registration Committee
4(1)  The Registration Committee must consider applications from 
persons to become registered members of the Association in 
accordance with this Regulation and may
	(a)	approve the registration if the applicant meets the 
requirements of section 9 or 10,
	(b)	refuse to approve the registration, or
	(c)	defer approval until the applicant has satisfied the 
requirements of section 9 or 10.
(2)  The Registration Committee must send a written notice of any 
decision made by it to the applicant.
(3)  If the decision made by the Registration Committee is to refuse the 
registration of the applicant, the notice of the decision must include 
reasons for that decision.
Application appeal
5(1)  An applicant whose application for registration is refused by the 
Registration Committee may, by written notice served on the 
Association's registrar within 30 days of receiving a notice of refusal 
and the reasons for it, appeal the refusal to the Board.
(2)  The notice of appeal must set out the reasons why, in the 
applicant's opinion, the application for registration should be 
approved.
(3)  An applicant who appeals a decision of the Registration 
Committee under this section
	(a)	must be notified in writing by the Association's registrar of 
the date, place and time that the Board is to hear the appeal, 
and
	(b)	is entitled to appear with counsel or an agent and make 
representations to the Board when it hears the appeal.
(4)  A member of the Registration committee who is also a member of 
the Board may participate in the appeal but may not vote on a decision 
of the Board under this section and may not be counted for the 
purposes of a quorum.
(5)  On a hearing of an appeal under this section, the Board may make 
any decision the Registration Committee may make, and must notify 
the applicant of its decision.
Certificate of registration
6   On entering the name of a person in the appropriate register, the 
Association's registrar must issue a certificate of registration to that 
person.
Payment of fee
7(1)  A registered member must pay the annual fee prescribed by the 
bylaws to the Association's registrar or to any person authorized by the 
Association's registrar to accept payment of the fee.
(2)  A registered member who applies for renewal of registration after 
the renewal date prescribed by the Board must pay the late renewal fee 
prescribed by the bylaws to the Association's registrar or to any person 
authorized by the Association's registrar to accept payment of the fee.
Annual membership card
8(1)  The Association's registrar must issue an annual membership 
card in accordance with the bylaws to a person
	(a)	whose registration is not under suspension or cancelled, and
	(b)	who has paid the annual fee.
(2)  An annual membership card expires on the date prescribed in the 
bylaws.
Registration as professional electrical contractor
9   An applicant who
	(a)	produces documentation satisfactory to the Registration 
Committee that shows that the applicant holds a master 
electrician licence under the Safety Codes Act and takes out 
electrical permits on behalf of a person engaged in electrical 
contracting and
	(i)	has successfully completed the course work and 
examinations required by the professional education 
program,
	(ii)	has satisfied the Registration Committee that the 
applicant's qualifications are substantively equivalent to 
the professional education program,
	(iii)	is registered in good standing with a profession in 
another jurisdiction recognized by the Board as having 
substantively equivalent competence and practice 
requirements, or
	(iv)	has a combination of education, practice requirements, 
examinations or other qualifications that demonstrate 
the competence required for registration,
		and
	(b)	is of good character and reputation,
is entitled to be registered as a professional electrical contractor.
Registration as student member
10   An applicant who
	(a)	holds a master electrician licence under the Safety Codes Act 
and takes out electrical permits on behalf of a person engaged 
in electrical contracting,
	(b)	is working toward the requirements of section 9(a)(i), and
	(c)	is of good character and reputation,
is entitled to be registered as a student member.
Practice Review Committee
11(1)  The Practice Review Committee is established consisting of
	(a)	one professional electrical contractor who is a member of the 
Board,
	(b)	at least 2 professional electrical contractors who are not 
members of the Board, one of whom must be appointed as 
the chair, and
	(c)	the Association's registrar.
(2)  The members of the Practice Review Committee must be 
appointed by the Board in accordance with the bylaws.
(3)  The Practice Review Committee must meet at the call of its chair.
(4)  A quorum at a meeting of the Practice Review Committee is a 
majority of the members appointed.
Powers and duties of Practice Review Committee
12   The Practice Review Committee
	(a)	may, on its own initiative, and must, at the request of the 
Board, inquire into and report to and advise the Board in 
respect of
	(i)	the assessment and development of educational 
standards and experience requirements required for 
registration as a professional electrical contractor,
	(ii)	the evaluation of desirable standards of competence in 
the practice of electrical contracting generally,
	(iii)	any other matter that the Board considers necessary or 
appropriate in connection with the exercise of its 
powers and the performance of its duties in relation to 
competence in the practice of electrical contracting 
under this Regulation, and
	(iv)	the practice of electrical contracting generally,
		and
	(b)	may, with the approval of the Board, conduct a review of the 
practice of a registered member.
Notice of review
13   The Practice Review Committee must give reasonable notice to a 
registered member of its intention to conduct a review of the practice 
of the registered member.
Reports and recommendations
14   After each inquiry or review under section 12, the Practice 
Review Committee
	(a)	must make a written report to the Board on the inquiry or 
review and, where appropriate, on its decision,
	(b)	may make recommendations, together with reasons, to the 
Board regarding the matter inquired into or reviewed,
	(c)	may make recommendations to a registered member as to 
that member's conduct in the practice of electrical 
contracting, and
	(d)	must, if it is of the opinion that the conduct of a registered 
member constitutes or may constitute either unskilled 
practice of the profession or professional misconduct within 
the meaning of section 19 of the Act, forthwith refer the 
matter relating to that conduct to the chair of the Discipline 
Committee to be dealt with under Part 3 of the Act and the 
Discipline Committee must deal with it as if it were a 
complaint.
Discipline Committee
15(1)  The Discipline Committee is established consisting of
	(a)	one professional electrical contractor who is a member of the 
Board, and
	(b)	at least 2 professional electrical contractors who are not 
members of the Board.
(2)  The members of the Discipline Committee must be appointed by 
the Board in accordance with the bylaws.
(3)  The Discipline Committee must meet at the call of its chair.
(4)  A quorum at a meeting of the Discipline Committee is a majority 
of the members appointed.
Costs
16(1)  The Discipline Committee, with respect to hearings before it, 
and the Board, with respect to reviews by it, may order the investigated 
person to pay the following costs:
	(a)	the fee payable to the counsel advising the Discipline 
Committee or Board at the hearing or review and the fee 
payable to the counsel acting in a prosecutory role at the 
hearing or review;
	(b)	the cost of recording the evidence and preparing transcripts;
	(c)	the expenses of the members constituting the Discipline 
Committee including, without limitation, the daily 
allowances of those members;
	(d)	any other expenses incurred by the Association that are 
incidental to the hearing or review.
(2)  If the Board determines under section 22(3)(a) of the Act that a 
complaint is frivolous or vexatious, it may order the complainant to 
pay the following costs:
	(a)	the fee payable to the counsel advising the Board at any 
hearing held by the Board;
	(b)	any other expenses incurred by the Association that are 
incidental to any hearing held by the Board.
Cancellation and suspension
17(1)  The registration of a registered member is cancelled or 
suspended when the decision to cancel or suspend the registration is 
made in accordance with the Act or this Regulation.
(2)  The Association's registrar must enter a memorandum of the 
cancellation or suspension of the registration in the appropriate register 
indicating
	(a)	the date of the cancellation or suspension,
	(b)	the period of the suspension, and
	(c)	the nature of any finding under Part 3 of the Act.
(3)  If the registration of a registered member is cancelled, the person 
whose registration is cancelled must, on request, surrender to the 
Association's registrar all documents relating to the registration.
Cancellation on request
18   The Association's registrar must not cancel the registration of a 
registered member at the request of the registered member unless the 
request for cancellation is approved by the Board.
Non-payment of fees, etc.
19(1)  The Board must direct the Association's registrar to suspend or 
cancel the registration of a registered member who is in default of 
payment of annual fees, penalties, costs or any other fees, dues or 
levies payable under the Act, this Regulation or the bylaws after the 
expiration of 30 days following the service on that person of a written 
notice by the Board unless that person complies with the notice.
(2)  The notice under subsection (1) must state that the Association's 
registrar will suspend or cancel the registration unless the fees, 
penalties, costs, dues or levies are paid as indicated in the notice.
Registration in error
20   The Board must direct the Association's registrar to cancel the 
registration of any person that is entered in error in a register.
Code of Ethics
21   A registered member must
	(a)	conduct himself or herself in a professional, ethical and 
responsible manner,
	(b)	act in accordance with all applicable legislation and other 
laws,
	(c)	maintain currency in the knowledge and skills necessary to 
carry out the member's duties,
	(d)	report any incompetent, illegal or unethical conduct of any 
member to the appropriate authority,
	(e)	take all reasonable steps to ensure that the working 
conditions of those under the member's supervision are safe 
and that electrical installations are designed and operated in a 
safe manner,
	(f)	act in the best interests of the client and provide professional 
services with integrity, objectivity and independence,
	(g)	hold in confidence all client information unless the member 
is permitted by the client or is required by the Act or any 
other enactment or by order of a court to disclose the 
information,
	(h)	continually seek further knowledge, innovation and advanced 
technologies in new products, business procedures and all 
other matters that enhance the reputation of the profession,
	(i)	refrain from engaging in any business practices that detract 
from the professional image of the Association or its 
members, and
	(j)	refrain from serving a client under any terms or conditions 
that would impair the member's independence.
Use of title
22   A professional electrical contractor may use the title "Professional 
Electrical Contractor" and the abbreviations "P.E.C." and "PEC".
Transitional
23   The Association's registrar must enter in the register of 
professional electrical contractors or student members the name of a 
person who, on the coming into force of this Regulation, is registered 
as a professional electrical contractor or a student member under the 
bylaws of the Association.
Repeal
24   The Professional Electrical Contractors Regulation (AR 148/93) 
is repealed.


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Alberta Regulation 37/2004
Professional and Occupational Associations Registration Act
SCHOOL BUSINESS OFFICIALS REGULATION
Filed: March 3, 2004
Approved by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 79/2004) on March 3, 2004 
pursuant to section 14 of the Professional and Occupational Associations Registration 
Act and made by the Association of School Business Officials of Alberta on March 
18, 2003. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	Registration Committee
	3	Registers
	4	Powers and duties of Registration Committee
	5	Review of application
	6	Certificate of registration
	7	Payment of fees
	8	Eligibility for registration
	9	Renewal of registration
	10	Practice Review Committee
	11	Powers and duties of Practice Review Committee
	12	Notice
	13	Reports and recommendations
	14	Discipline Committee
	15	Costs
	16	Cancellation and suspension
	17	Cancellation on request
	18	Non-payment of fees, etc.
	19	Registration in error
	20	Use of title
	21	Transitional
	22	Repeal
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Act" means the Professional and Occupational Associations 
Registration Act;
	(b)	"Association" means the Association of School Business 
Officials of Alberta;
	(c)	"Association Registrar" means the Registrar of the 
Association appointed under the bylaws;
	(d)	"bylaws" means the bylaws of the Association;
	(e)	"certified school business official" means a person whose 
name is entered in the register of certified school business 
officials;
	(f)	"Discipline Committee" means the Discipline Committee 
established pursuant to section 14;
	(g)	"Executive" means the Executive of the Association 
established under the bylaws; 
	(h)	"fellow certified school business official" means a person 
whose name is entered in the register of fellow certified 
school business officials; 
	(i)	"honorary member" means a person whose name is entered 
in the register of honorary members;
	(j)	"life member" means a person whose name is entered in the 
register of life members;
	(k)	"Practice Review Committee" means the Practice Review 
Committee established pursuant to section 10;
	(l)	"Registration Committee" means the Registration Committee 
established pursuant to section 2;
	(m)	"regular member" means a person whose name is entered in 
the register of regular members; 
	(n)	"regulated member" means a certified school business 
official or a fellow certified school business official;
	(o)	"school business administration" means the provision of 
corporate and business services to public or separate school 
boards.
Registration Committee
2(1)  The Registration Committee is established consisting of
	(a)	one certified school business official who is a member of the 
Executive, and
	(b)	at least 2 other certified school business officials who are not 
members of the Executive, one of whom must be appointed 
as chair.
(2)  The members of the Registration Committee must be appointed by 
the Executive in accordance with the bylaws.
(3)  The Registration Committee must meet at the call of the chair.
(4)  A quorum at a meeting of the Registration Committee is a majority 
of the members appointed.
Registers
3(1)  The Association Registrar must maintain, in accordance with this 
Regulation and the bylaws, and subject to the direction of the 
Executive,
	(a)	a register of certified school business officials,
	(b)	a register of fellow certified school business officials,
	(c)	a register of regular members,
	(d)	a register of life members, and
	(e)	a register of honorary members.
(2)  The Association Registrar must enter in the appropriate register
	(a)	the name of an individual who has paid the fee prescribed by 
the bylaws and whose registration has been approved by the 
Executive or the Registration Committee, and
	(b)	the business address, if any, of that individual.
Powers and duties of Registration Committee
4(1)  The Registration Committee must consider applications from 
persons to be registered as certified school business officials in 
accordance with this Regulation and may
	(a)	approve the registration,
	(b)	refuse to approve the registration, or
	(c)	defer approval until the applicant has satisfied the 
requirements of section 8.
(2)  The Registration Committee must send a written notice of any 
decision made by it to the applicant.
(3)  If the decision made by the Registration Committee is to refuse the 
registration of the applicant, written reasons for the decision must be 
sent to the applicant.
Review of application
5(1)  An applicant whose application for registration under section 4 is 
refused by the Registration Committee may, by notice in writing 
served on the Association Registrar within 30 days of receiving a 
notice of refusal and the reasons for it, appeal the refusal to the 
Executive.
(2)  The notice of appeal must set out the reasons why, in the 
applicant's opinion, the application for registration should be 
approved.
(3)  An applicant who appeals a decision of the Registration 
Committee under this section
	(a)	must be notified in writing by the Association Registrar of 
the date, place and time that the Executive is to hear the 
appeal, and
	(b)	is entitled to appear with counsel or an agent and make 
representations to the Executive when it hears the appeal.
(4)  A member of the Registration Committee who is also a member of 
the Executive may participate in the appeal but may not vote on a 
decision of the Executive or be counted for the purposes of a quorum 
at a meeting of the Executive under this section.
(5)  On hearing an appeal under this section, the Executive may make 
any decision the Registration Committee may make, and must give 
written notice of its decision to the applicant.
Certificate of registration
6   On entering the name of a person in the register of certified school 
business officials or fellow certified school business officials, as the 
case may be, the Association Registrar must issue a certificate of 
registration to that person.
Payment of fees
7(1)  A regulated member must pay the annual fee prescribed by the 
bylaws to the Association Registrar or to any person authorized by the 
Association Registrar to accept payment of the fee.
(2)  A regulated member who applies for renewal of registration after 
the annual renewal date prescribed by the Executive must pay the late 
renewal fee prescribed by the bylaws to the Association Registrar or to 
any person authorized by the Association Registrar to accept payment 
of the fee. 
Eligibility for registration
8(1)  An applicant is eligible to be registered as a certified school 
business official
	(a)	 if the applicant
	(i)	is a regular member,
	(ii)	is of good character and reputation,
	(iii)	meets any one of the following requirements:
	(A)	the applicant has acquired a Diploma in Business 
Administration from either the Northern Alberta 
Institute of Technology or the Southern Alberta 
Institute of Technology;
	(B)	the applicant is eligible to write the Certified 
Management Accountants of Alberta Entrance 
Examination;
	(C)	the applicant has acquired the Local Government 
Studies Certificate from the University of Alberta 
prior to 2004;
	(D)	the applicant has completed a program of studies 
that in the Registration Committee's opinion is 
substantively equivalent to the requirements 
described in paragraphs (A), (B) or (C),
	(iv)	has at least 3 years of experience satisfactory to the 
Registration Committee in the practice of school 
administration in Canada, and
	(v)	has successfully completed a school law and school 
administration course recognized by the Executive,
	(b)	if the applicant is registered in good standing with a 
profession in another jurisdiction that is recognized by the 
Executive as having substantively equivalent competence and 
practice requirements, or
	(c)	if the applicant has a combination of education, practice 
requirements, examinations and other requirements that in 
the opinion of the Registration Committee demonstrates the 
competence required for registration.
(2)  The Association Registrar must register as a fellow certified school 
business official a certified school business official who has 
contributed outstanding service in the practice of school business 
administration and whose nomination is approved by the Executive.
(3)  The Association Registrar must, with the approval of the 
Executive, register as a regular member an applicant who is employed 
in the practice of school business administration by a school board in 
Alberta or the Northwest Territories.  
(4)  The Association Registrar must register as a life member a person
	(a)	who has been actively involved in the practice of school 
business administration for at least 10 years, 
	(b)	who has rendered distinguished service to the Association, 
but is retired or has resigned from the practice of school 
business administration, and 
	(c)	whose nomination is approved by the Executive.  
(5)  The Association Registrar must register as an honorary member a 
person who
	(a)	is not actively involved in the practice of school business 
administration,
	(b)	has rendered distinguished service to the Association, and
	(c)	has been nominated for registration as an honorary member 
by the Executive and whose nomination has been approved 
by a majority of members of the Association voting at an 
annual meeting of the Association.
Renewal of registration
9(1)  A regulated member who applies for an annual  renewal of 
registration is entitled to have the registration renewed if the applicant 
provides evidence that in the 3 years immediately preceding the 
application for an annual renewal of registration the applicant has 
completed at least 100 hours of continuing education or professional 
development activities acceptable to the Registration Committee in the 
practice of school business administration.
(2)  Notwithstanding subsection (1), if a regulated member who applies 
for an annual renewal of registration does not meet the requirements 
described in subsection (1), the Registration Committee may renew the 
person's registration subject to any conditions that the Registration 
Committee considers appropriate with respect to completing those 
requirements.
Practice Review Committee
10(1)   The Practice Review Committee is established consisting of
	(a)	one certified school business official who is a member of the 
Executive, and
	(b)	at least 2 certified school business officials who are not 
members of the Executive, one of whom must be appointed 
as chair.
(2)  The members of the Practice Review Committee must be 
appointed by the Executive in accordance with the bylaws.
(3)  The Practice Review Committee must meet at the call of the chair.
(4)  A quorum at a meeting of the Practice Review Committee is a 
majority of the members appointed.
Powers and duties of Practice Review Committee
11   The Practice Review Committee may, on its own initiative, and 
must, at the request of the Executive, inquire into, report to and advise 
the Executive in respect of
	(a)	the assessment and development of educational standards and 
experience requirements that are conditions precedent to 
registration as a regulated member,
	(b)	the evaluation of desirable standards of competence of 
regulated members generally,
	(c)	any other matter that the Executive from time to time 
considers necessary or appropriate in connection with the 
exercise of its powers and the performance of its duties in 
relation to competence in the practice of school business 
administration generally under this Regulation, and
	(d)	the practice of school business administration generally.
Notice 
12   The Practice Review Committee must give reasonable notice to a 
regulated member of its intention to conduct a review of the practice of 
the regulated member.
Reports and recommendations
13   After each inquiry or review under section 11, the Practice 
Review Committee
	(a)	must make a written report to the Executive on the inquiry or 
review and, where appropriate, on its decision,
	(b)	may make recommendations to the Executive regarding the 
matter inquired into or reviewed, together with reasons,
	(c)	may make recommendations to a regulated member as to that 
person's conduct in the practice assessment, and
	(d)	must, if it is of the opinion that the conduct of a regulated 
member constitutes or may constitute either unskilled 
practice of the profession or professional misconduct within 
the meaning of section 19 of the Act, forthwith refer the 
matter relating to that conduct to the chair of the Discipline 
Committee to be dealt with under Part 3 of the Act.
Discipline Committee
14(1)  The Discipline Committee is established consisting of
	(a)	one certified school business official who is a member of the 
Executive, and
	(b)	at least 2 certified school business officials who are not 
members of the Executive, one of whom must be appointed 
as chair.
(2)  The members of the Discipline Committee must be appointed by 
the Executive in accordance with the bylaws.
(3)  The Discipline Committee must meet at the call of the chair.
(4)  A quorum at a meeting of the Discipline Committee is a majority 
of the members appointed.
Costs
15   The Discipline Committee, with respect to hearings before it, and 
the Executive, with respect to reviews by it, may order the investigated 
person to pay the following costs:
	(a)	the fee payable to the counsel advising the Discipline 
Committee or Executive at the hearing or review and the fee 
payable to the counsel acting in a prosecutory role at the 
hearing or review;
	(b)	the cost of recording the evidence and preparing transcripts;
	(c)	the expenses of the members constituting the Discipline 
Committee, including, without limitation, the daily 
allowances of those members;
	(d)	any other expenses incurred by the Association that are 
incidental to the hearing or review.
Cancellation and suspension
16(1)  The registration of a regulated member of the Association is 
cancelled or suspended when the decision to cancel or suspend the 
registration is made in accordance with the Act or this Regulation.
(2)  The Association Registrar must enter a memorandum of the 
cancellation or suspension of the registration in the appropriate register 
indicating 
	(a)	the date of the cancellation or suspension,
	(b)	the period of the suspension, and
	(c)	the nature of any finding under Part 3 of the Act.
(3)  If the registration of a member of the Association is cancelled, the 
person whose registration is cancelled must, on request, surrender to 
the Association Registrar all documents relating to the registration.
Cancellation on request
17   The Association Registrar must not cancel the registration of a 
regulated member at the request of the regulated member unless the 
request for cancellation is approved by the Executive.
Non-payment of fees, etc.
18(1)  The Executive must direct the Association Registrar to cancel 
or suspend the registration of a regulated member of the Association 
who is in default of payment of annual fees, penalties, costs or any 
other fees, dues or levies payable under the Act, this Regulation or the 
bylaws after the expiration of 30 days following the service on that 
person of a written notice by the Executive, unless that person 
complies with the notice.
(2)  The notice under subsection (1) must state that the Association 
Registrar must cancel or suspend the registration unless the fees, 
penalties, costs, dues or levies are paid as indicated in the notice.
Registration in error
19   The Executive must direct the Association Registrar to cancel the 
registration of any person that is entered in error in a register.
Use of title
20(1)  A certified school business official may use the title "Certified 
School Business Official" and the abbreviations "C.S.B.O." and 
"CSBO".
(2)  A fellow certified school business official may use the title 
"Fellow Certified School Business Official" and the abbreviations 
"F.C.S.B.O." and "FCSBO".
Transitional
21(1)  In this section, "previous Regulation" means the School 
Business Officials Regulation (AR 149/93).
(2)  The Association Registrar must enter in the register of certified 
school business officials, fellow certified school business officials, 
regular members, life members or honorary members, the name of a 
person who, on the coming into force of this Regulation, was 
registered as a certified school business official, fellow certified school 
business official, regular member, life member or honorary member, as 
the case may be, under the previous Regulation.
Repeal
22   The School Business Officials Regulation (AR 149/93) is 
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Alberta Regulation 38/2004
Alberta Order of Excellence Act
INSIGNIA AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 3, 2004
Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 82/2004) on March 3, 2004 
pursuant to section 6 of the Alberta Order of Excellence Act. 
1   The Insignia Regulation (AR 85/99) is amended by this 
Regulation.

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


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Alberta Regulation 39/2004
Local Authorities Election Act
MODIFIED VOTING PROCEDURE AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 10, 2004
Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 93/2004) on March 10, 2004 
pursuant to section 160 of the Local Authorities Election Act. 
1   The Modified Voting Procedure Regulation (AR 170/2000) 
is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1 is amended by striking out "161(2)" and 
substituting "160(2)".

3   The following is added after section 1:
Delegation
1.1   Notwithstanding section 54(2) of the Act, the returning 
officer may delegate to a deputy returning officer the returning 
officer's authority under that section.
Voting station
1.2   A reference to a voting substation in section 77.1(4) of the 
Act is deemed to be a reference to a voting station.
Special ballot voting register
1.3(1)  Instead of entering the information referred to in section 
77.1(3)(a) of the Act in the voting register, the information shall be 
entered in the special ballot voter register.
(2)  A reference in sections 77.1 and 77.2 of the Act to the voting 
register is deemed to be a reference to the special ballot voter 
register.
Earlier submission of special ballot applications
1.4  Notwithstanding section 77.1(2) of the Act, an application for 
a special ballot in a local jurisdiction may be made earlier than the 
time set out in section 77.1(2) of the Act if the elected authority for 
that local jurisdiction has passed a resolution to provide for the 
earlier submission of applications.
Special ballot process
1.5   Notwithstanding section 77.2(5), (6) and (7) of the Act, a 
returning officer may handle, collect and record the results of 
special ballots in the same manner as an advance vote or 
institutional vote and in so doing may use one special ballot box 
for the local jurisdiction, ward or subdivision.
Delegation
1.6   Notwithstanding section 77.2(6) of the Act, the returning 
officer may delegate to a deputy the returning officer's authority 
under section 77.2(6).
Blind voter template
1.7   Notwithstanding section 78(5) of the Act, the blind voter 
template is not required to be prescribed under the Act.

4  Section 2 is amended
	(a)	by striking out "80(1)(a) and (2)" and substituting 
"79(1) and (3)";
	(b)	by striking out "161(2)" and substituting "160(2)".

5   The following is added after section 2:
Attendance at institutional vote
2.1   Notwithstanding section 81 of the Act, candidates and their 
agents may not accompany a deputy when the deputy is conducting 
a bed to bed vote.

6   Section 4 is amended by striking out "June 30" and 
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Alberta Regulation 40/2004
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
CATTLE MARKETING AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 11, 2004
Made by the Alberta Beef Producers on January 15, 2004 pursuant to section 26 of 
the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act. 
1   The Cattle Marketing Regulation (AR 204/98) is amended 
by this Regulation.

2   Sections 2(1) and (2) are amended by striking out "$2.00 
per head" and substituting "$3.00 per head".

3   Section 8(2) is amended by striking out "pay $1 from each 
$2 service charge" and substituting "pay $1.00 for each $3.00 
service charge".

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


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Alberta Regulation 41/2004
Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act
POWER SYSTEM ELECTRICIAN TRADE AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 12, 2004
Made by the Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training Board on February 9, 
2004 pursuant to section 33(2) of the Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act. 
1   The Power System Electrician Trade Regulation (AR 
297/2000) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1(c) is amended
	(a)	in subclause (i) by striking out "station" and 
substituting "system";
	(b)	by adding the following after subclause (vi):
	(vii)	grounding and bonding systems;

3   Section 3(a) is amended by adding ", computers" after 
"equipment".

4   Section 9 is amended by striking out "August 31, 2004" 
and substituting "August 31, 2013".


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Alberta Regulation 42/2004
Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act
TRADES (EXPIRY CLAUSE) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 12, 2004
Made by the Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training Board on February 9, 
2004 pursuant to section 33(2) of the Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act. 
1   The Agricultural Equipment Technician  Trade 
Regulation (AR 259/2000) is amended in section 9 by 
striking out "August 31, 2004" and substituting "August 31, 
2011".

2   The Cabinetmaker Trade Regulation (AR 266/2000) is 
amended in section 9 by striking out "August 31, 2004" and 
substituting "August 31, 2013".

3   The Elevator Constructor Trade Regulation 
(AR 276/2000) is amended in section 9 by striking out 
"August 31, 2004" and substituting "August 31, 2009".

4   The Hairstylist Trade Regulation (AR 281/2000) is 
amended in section 10 by striking out "August 31, 2004" and 
substituting "August 31, 2012".

5   The Instrument Technician Trade Regulation 
(AR 283/2000) is amended in section 9 by striking out 
"August 31, 2004" and substituting "August 31, 2012".

6   The Lather-interior Systems  Mechanic Trade Regulation 
(AR 287/2000) is amended in section 9 by striking out 
"August 31, 2004" and substituting "August 31, 2009".

7   The Machinist Trade Regulation (AR 289/2000) is 
amended in section 9 by striking out "August 31, 2004" and 
substituting "August 31, 2014".

8   The Motorcycle Mechanic Trade Regulation 
(AR 291/2000) is amended in section 9 by striking out 
"August 31, 2004" and substituting "August 31, 2011".

9   The Parts Technician Trade Regulation (AR 293/2000) is 
amended in section 9 by striking out "August 31, 2004" and 
substituting "August 31, 2012".

10   The Recreation Vehicle Service Technician Trade 
Regulation (AR 299/2000) is amended in section 9 by 
striking out "August 31, 2004" and substituting "August 31, 
2012".

11   The Sheet Metal Worker Trade Regulation 
(AR 303/2000) is amended in section 9 by striking out 
"August 31, 2004" and substituting "August 31, 2014".

12   The Structural Steel and Plate Fitter Trade Regulation 
(AR 306/2000) is amended in section 9 by striking out 
"August 31, 2004" and substituting "August 31, 2013".

13   The Transport Refrigeration Technician Trade 
Regulation (AR 307/2000) is amended in section 9 by 
striking out "August 31, 2004" and substituting "August 31, 
2014".


Alberta Regulation 43/2004
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
ALBERTA CHICKEN PRODUCERS MARKETING 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 12, 2004
Made by the Alberta Chicken Producers on November 15, 2003 pursuant to sections 
26 and 27 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act. 
1   The Alberta Chicken Producers Marketing Regulation 
(AR 3/2000) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 28 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1) by adding the following after 
clause (b):
	(c)	"processor specific offer" means an offer of new market 
development quota made by the Board to authorized 
producers where
	(i)	the new market development quota is offered 
pursuant to a request made to the Board by a 
processor for a specific purpose, and
	(ii)	the producers to whom the offer is made have an 
existing supply agreement with that processor.
	(b)	by repealing subsection (2) and substituting the 
following:
(2)  A processor may apply to the Board to request that the 
Board make
	(a)	an offer of new market development quota to all 
authorized producers, or
	(b)	a processor specific offer to only those authorized 
producers who have an existing supply agreement with 
that processor.
	(c)	by repealing subsection (7) and substituting the 
following:
(7)  Within the time specified by a resolution of the Board, all 
authorized producers who are eligible to bid with respect to an 
offer of new market development quota may file with the Board 
a bid to lease new market development quota.
(7.1)  Notwithstanding subsection (7), in the case of a processor 
specific offer made in respect of a specific processor, only 
authorized producers who have an existing supply agreement 
with that processor are eligible to bid in respect of that offer.
	(d)	in subsection (12) by adding "eligible" after "to each";
	(e)	by adding the following after subsection (14):
(15)  The Board may by resolution establish rules, procedures 
and policies concerning the approval, operation and 
administration of leases of new market development quota.

3   Section 31 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1) by striking out "1.25%" and 
substituting "5%";
	(b)	in subsection (2) by striking out "2.5%" and 
substituting "10%";
	(c)	in subsection (4) by striking out "2.5%" and 
substituting "10%".

4   This Regulation comes into force on April 4, 2004.


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Alberta Regulation 44/2004
Provincial Parks Act
GENERAL AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 15, 2004
Made by the Minister of Community Development (M.O. 14-04) on February 28, 
2004 pursuant to section 12 of the Provincial Parks Act. 
1   The General Regulation (AR 102/85) is amended by this 
Regulation.

2   Section 1 is amended by adding the following after 
clause (c):
	(c.1)	"campground" means a campground in a provincial park or 
recreation area;

3   The following is added after section 41: 

41.1(1)  In this section, "liquor" means liquor within the meaning of 
the Gaming and Liquor Act.
(2)  Where the Minister considers it necessary for the proper 
management and control of a campground, the Minister may by order 
prohibit
	(a)	the possession or consumption of liquor in that campground, 
or
	(b)	the entry into or the presence in that campground of any 
camping accommodation unit or motor vehicle containing 
liquor,
in the terms and for the period or until the time specified in the order.
(3)  When an order is made under subsection (2), the Minister shall 
erect signs or post notices at the entrance to the campground to 
which it relates generally indicating the prohibitions and their terms, 
as set out in the order.
(4)  A person shall not contravene an order made under subsection 
(2).
(5)  Orders under subsection (2) are to be treated as documents 
incorporated by reference in this Regulation.
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