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Alberta Regulation 181/2005
School Act
HOME EDUCATION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: September 19, 2005
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Education (M.O. 033/2005) on 
September 13, 2005 pursuant to section 29(3) of the School Act. 
1   The Home Education Regulation (AR 126/99) is amended 
by this Regulation.

2   Section 11 is amended by striking out "September 30, 2005" 
and substituting "July 31, 2006".


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Alberta Regulation 182/2005
Charitable Fund-raising Act
CHARITABLE FUND-RAISING AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: September 19, 2005
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Government Services (M.O. 
C:009/2005) on September 14, 2005 pursuant to section 57 of the Charitable 
Fund-raising Act. 
1   The Charitable Fund-raising Regulation (AR 108/2000) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 9(2) is repealed.

3   This Regulation comes into force on October 1, 2005.



Alberta Regulation 183/2005
Government Organization Act
REGISTRY SERVICE CHARGES REGULATION
Filed: September 19, 2005
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Government Services 
(M.O. GS:011/2005) on September 14, 2005 pursuant to section 12(1)(d) of Schedule 
12 of the Government Organization Act. 
1   In this Regulation, "registry services" means the services prescribed 
in the Schedule.


2   The maximum service charges that may be charged by a registry 
agent for prescribed registry services are those charges set out in the 
Schedule.
3   The Motor Vehicle Registry Service Charges Regulation 
(AR 303/2002) is repealed.
4   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for 
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be 
repassed in its present or an amended form following a review, this 
Regulation expires on September 30, 2015.
5   This Regulation comes into force on October 1, 2005.
Schedule 
 
Driver Products 
(Traffic Safety Act)
Maximum    
Registry Services	Service Charge
Operator's licence - first application or renewal
	1 year	$6
	2 years	7
	3 years	8
	4 and 5 years	9
Duplicate or exchange operator's licence	9
Reclassification of operator's licence	9
Condition code maintenance	9
Reinstatement of operator's licence	9
Operator's licence cancel with refund	9
Operator's licence return without refund	0
Canadian Council of Motor Transport Administrators
  operator licence close out	7
Update reinstatement conditions	9
Driver Related Products 
(Traffic Safety Act)
Maximum    
Registry Services	Service Charge
Road test conducted by government	$9
Knowledge test	12
Driver training school licence	9
Driver instructor licence	9
Oral knowledge tests	25
Payment of current and overdue fines	9
Parking placard issue and replacement	9
Each search for government organizations	9
Confirmation letter for government organizations	9
Abstract of driving record requested by 
  government organizations	9
Certified copy or photocopy of documents for
  government organizations (per page)	9
Merit course entry	9
Vehicle Products 
(Traffic Safety Act)
Maximum   
Registry Services	Service Charge
Vehicle Registrations	$9
Vehicle Registration replacement (name or
  address change and printed on location)	7
Dealer plates - first application or renewal	9
Isolated areas plates - first application or renewal	9
Plates for charity organization vehicles - first
  application or renewal	9
Plates for antique motor vehicles	9
Plates for trailers	9
Plates for government vehicles and trailers	9
Cancel personalized plate	9
Transfer plates and registration
  including vehicle ownership transfer	9
Licence plate replacement	9
Duplicate registration certificate	9
Intransit permit	9
Exchange plate for new classification	9
Replace validation tab	9

Operate a Class 1 public vehicle as a public service
  bus, first application or renewal	9
Cancel fleet	9
Vehicle park	9
Payment on account	9
Record unapplied money	9
CCMTA vehicle closeout	7
Vehicle creation	9
Declare plates lost, stolen or returned	0
Search of vehicle registrations, vehicle index or plate index	9
Confirmation letter for government organizations	9
Client add or modify with no local printing	0
PreCourt search for government organizations	9
Historical PreCourt search for government organizations	9
Full refund for cancelled registration	9
Modify vehicle registration	9
Voluntary Identification Card 
(Government Organization Act)
Maximum   
Registry Services	Service Charge
Identification card - first application or renewal
	1 year	$6
	2 years	7
	3 years	8
	4 and 5 years	9
Duplicate or exchange identification card	9
ID card cancel with refund	9
ID card return without refund	0
Charitable Fund-raising 
(Charitable Fund-raising Act)
Maximum   
Registry Services	Service Charge
Charitable fund-raising application (per year)	$22



Alberta Regulation 184/2005
Oil and Gas Conservation Act
OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: September 20, 2005
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board on September 
19, 2005 pursuant to section 10 of the Oil and Gas Conservation Act. 
1   The Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations (AR 151/71) 
are amended by this Regulation.

2   The following is added after section 12.150:

12.151(1)  In this section, "Large Facility Liability Management 
Program" means the Large Facility Liability Management Program 
established by the Board under Directive 024.
(2)  The Board must keep confidential the information submitted to 
or acquired by the Board for the purpose of conducting a liability 
management rating assessment under the Large Facility Liability 
Management Program.
(3)  With respect to information referred to in subsection (2), after 5 
years following the end of the year in which the information was 
submitted or acquired, the Freedom of Information and Protection of 
Privacy Act applies to the information.


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Alberta Regulation 185/2005
Oil and Gas Conservation Act
OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: September 20, 2005
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board on September 
15, 2005 pursuant to section 10(1) of the Oil and Gas Conservation Act. 
1   The Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations (AR 151/71) 
are amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1.020 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (2)14. by striking out "section 26" and 
substituting "section 39";
	(b)	by adding the following after subsection (2):
(2.1)  For the purposes of section 91 of the Act and these 
Regulations, "resident" in respect of a place means
	(a)	an individual who makes his or her home in and is 
ordinarily present in that place, or
	(b)	a corporation or other organization referred to in section 
20 of the Act that is incorporated in or otherwise 
established in and that has an office in that place.
(2.2)  A corporation or other organization referred to in section 
20 of the Act is a resident of Alberta if it has employees, or other 
persons retained by the corporation or organization to provide 
services to the corporation, located in Alberta who are authorized 
to 
	(a)	make decisions respecting a licence for a well or facility 
issued by the Board,
	(b)	operate the well or facility, and
	(c)	implement directions from the Board relating to the well 
or facility.

3   Section 3.010(7) is repealed.

4   The following is added after section 3.011:
Abandoned Wells
3.012   A licensee shall abandon a well or facility
	(a)	on the termination of the mineral lease, surface lease or right 
of entry,
	(b)	where the licensee fails to obtain the necessary approval for 
the intended purpose of the well, if the licensee does not hold 
the right to drill for and produce oil or gas from the well,
	(c)	if the licensee has contravened an Act, a regulation or an 
order or direction of the Board and the Board has suspended 
or cancelled the licence,
	(d)	if the Board notifies the licensee that in the opinion of the 
Board the well or facility may constitute an environmental or 
a safety hazard,
	(e)	if the licensee is not or ceases to be
	(i)	a working interest participant in the well or facility, or
	(ii)	a resident and has not appointed an agent in accordance 
with the Act,
	(f)	if the licensee is
	(i)	a corporation registered, incorporated or continued 
under the Business Corporations Act whose status is not 
active or has been dissolved or if the corporate registry 
status of the corporation is struck or rendered liable to 
be struck under any legislation governing corporations, 
or
	(ii)	an individual who is deceased,
	(g)	if the licensee has suspended the well in contravention of the 
requirements established by the Board under section 3.020, 
or
	(h)	where otherwise ordered to do so by the Board.
Abandonment Operations
3.013   Abandonment operations, including well abandonment, casing 
removal, zone abandonments and plug backs, shall be conducted in 
accordance with the current edition of Directive 20, "Well 
Abandonment", published by the Board.

5   Section 3.068 is repealed.

6   The following is added before the heading that precedes 
section 3.080:
Determination of Costs
3.071(1)  An application under section 30(2) of the Act by a person 
who conducted the work for a determination of suspension costs, 
abandonment costs or reclamation costs for a well or facility and for 
the allocation of those costs to each working interest participant in 
accordance with its proportionate share in the well or facility must be 
made in accordance with this section.
(2)  The application referred to in subsection (1) must include
	(a)	the applicant's full legal name, address, telephone number, 
fax number and a contact person,
	(b)	the legal description and licence number of the well or 
facility that has been suspended or abandoned or of the site 
that has been reclaimed,
	(c)	a complete list, totalling 100 per cent of the working interest, 
of the working interest participants in the well or facility at 
the time the costs were incurred,
	(d)	the full legal name, last  known address, telephone number, 
fax number and a contact person for each working interest 
participant and the proportionate share of the costs for each 
participant for which the determination referred to in 
subsection (1) is being sought,
	(e)	a detailed description of the total costs incurred in the work 
of suspension, abandonment or reclamation, supported by 
receipts for work performed, less salvage revenue, if any, and
	(f)	in the case of a determination of costs for
	(i)	suspension or abandonment, a statement that the 
suspension or abandonment of the well or facility has 
been completed, was carried out in accordance with the 
Board's regulations and other requirements, and that the 
Board's records have been updated to reflect the work 
performed, or
	(ii)	reclamation, a statement that a reclamation certificate 
has been issued for the well or facility site.

7   The following is added after section 16.540:
Payment from Orphan Fund
16.541(1)  An application under section 70(1) of the Act for 
payment from the orphan fund of a defaulting working interest 
participant's share of suspension costs, abandonment costs and 
related reclamation costs incurred by the working interest participant 
who carried out the work must be made in accordance with this 
section.
(2)  The application referred to in subsection (1) must include
	(a)	the applicant's full legal name, address, telephone number, 
fax number and a contact person,
	(b)	the legal description and licence number of the well or 
facility that has been suspended or abandoned or of the site 
that has been reclaimed,
	(c)	a complete list, totalling 100 per cent of the working interest, 
of the working interest participants in the well or facility at 
the time the costs were incurred,
	(d)	the full legal name, last  known address, telephone number, 
fax number and a contact person for each working interest 
participant and the proportionate share of the costs for each 
participant for which the determination referred to in 
subsection (1) is being sought,
	(e)	a detailed description of the total costs incurred in the work 
of suspension, abandonment or reclamation, supported by 
receipts for work performed, less salvage revenue, if any,
	(f)	in the case of a determination of costs for
	(i)	suspension or abandonment, a statement that the 
suspension or abandonment of the well or facility has 
been completed, was carried out in accordance with the 
Board's regulations and other requirements, and that the 
Board's records have been updated to reflect the work 
performed, or
	(ii)	reclamation, a statement that a reclamation certificate 
has been issued for the well or facility site,
	(g)	a request that the Board deem a working interest participant 
to be a defaulting working interest participant in accordance 
with section 70(2)(b)(iii) of the Act, and
	(h)	a summary of the steps taken to collect the costs from the 
defaulting working interest participant.


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Alberta Regulation 186/2005
Pipeline Act
PIPELINE AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: September 20, 2005
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board on September 
15, 2005 pursuant to section 3 of the Pipeline Act. 
1   The Pipeline Regulation (AR 91/2005) is amended by this 
Regulation.

2   Section 1 is amended by adding the following after 
subsection (5):
(6)  For purposes of section 19 of the Act and this Regulation, 
"resident" in respect of a place means
	(a)	an individual who makes his or her home in and is ordinarily 
present in that place, or
	(b)	a corporation or other organization referred to in section 21 
of the Act that is incorporated or otherwise established in and 
that has an office in that place.
(7)  A corporation or other organization referred to in section 21 of 
the Act is a resident of Alberta if it has employees, or other persons 
retained by the corporation or organization to provide services to the 
corporation, located in Alberta who are authorized to
	(a)	make decisions respecting a licence for a pipeline issued by 
the Board,
	(b)	operate the pipeline, and
	(c)	implement directions from the Board relating to the pipeline.

3   Section 9(4) is amended by striking out "hydrogen" and 
substituting "hydrocarbon".

4   Section 82 is amended by adding the following after 
subsection (8):
(9)  A licensee shall abandon a pipeline in accordance with this 
section
	(a)	if the Board has suspended or cancelled the licensee's licence 
because the licensee has contravened the Act, this Regulation 
or an order or direction of the Board,
	(b)	if the Board has notified the licensee that in the opinion of 
the Board the pipeline may constitute an environmental or 
safety hazard,
	(c)	if the licensee has ceased to be a resident of Alberta and has 
not appointed an agent in accordance with the Act,
	(d)	if the licensee is deceased,
	(e)	if the licensee is a corporation  registered, incorporated or 
continued under the Business Corporations Act that is not 
active or has been dissolved or if the corporate registry status 
of the licensee is struck or rendered liable to be struck under 
any legislation governing corporations,
	(f)	if the licensee has not discontinued the pipeline in 
accordance with the Act, this Regulation or an order or 
direction of the Board,
	(g)	if the pipeline is associated with a well or facility that has 
been abandoned or has been ordered to be abandoned by the 
Board and the pipeline is not used for any other well or 
facility,
	(h)	if the licensee has sold or disposed of the licensee's interest 
in the pipeline and has not transferred it to a person who is 
eligible to hold a licence for the pipeline, or
	(i)	where otherwise ordered to do so by the Board.


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Alberta Regulation 187/2005
Fair Trading Act
PUBLIC AUCTIONS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: September 27, 2005
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Government Services 
(M.O. C:008/2005) on September 22, 2005 pursuant to section 124(f) and (g) of the 
Fair Trading Act. 
1   The Public Auctions Regulation (AR 196/99) is amended 
by this Regulation.

2   The following is added after section 6:
Conditions of Sale
Conditions of Sale
6.1(1)  An auctioneer conducting the bidding at a sale by public 
auction must
	(a)	at the commencement of the sale, and
	(b)	at the recommencement of the sale if it is adjourned,
and before any goods are offered for sale, read the conditions of sale 
or cause them to be read to those present at the sale and announce the 
name of the auction sales business holding the sale and its licence 
number.
(2)  The auctioneer's duty to read the conditions of sale or to cause 
them to be read at a sale by public auction under subsection (1) does 
not arise if all of the bidders at the sale are regular bidders at public 
auctions of the auction sales business that is holding the sale.
(3)  An auction sales business must
	(a)	provide the conditions of sale to bidders who will not be 
attending the auction in person when those bidders register to 
take part in the auction,
	(b)	post the conditions of sale in a prominent place at the 
auction, and
	(c)	have the conditions of sale prominently displayed on the bid 
cards.
(4)  No auctioneer or auction sales business may
	(a)	in any form of advertising or when holding or conducting a 
sale by public auction make statements or announcements 
that
	(i)	are inaccurate or misleading or that misrepresent in any 
way the quality, quantity, use, size, origin or content of 
any goods intended for sale by public auction,
	(ii)	misrepresent the terms of any sale by public auction,
	(iii)	misrepresent the value of any goods being offered for 
sale by public auction, or
	(iv)	misrepresent the policies or services of the auctioneer or 
auction sales business,
		or
	(b)	use or permit any employee or agent to use any form or 
manner of salesmanship that might deceive or mislead the 
public.
(5)  Subsection (4) does not apply to statements, announcements or 
any form or manner of salesmanship in respect of personal property 
that is used or ordinarily used primarily for personal, family or 
household purposes.
(6)  Part 2 of the Act applies to statements, announcements or any 
form or manner of salesmanship referred to in subsection (4) in 
respect of personal property that is used or ordinarily used primarily 
for personal, family or household services.

3   This Regulation comes into force on the date that the 
Fair Trading Amendment Act, 2005 is proclaimed in force.


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Alberta Regulation 188/2005
Wildlife Act
WILDLIFE (MISCELLANEOUS FALL 2005) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: September 28, 2005
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Sustainable Resource Development 
(M.O. 51/05) on September 26, 2005 pursuant to sections 12, 23 and 103 of the 
Wildlife Act. 
1   The Wildlife Regulation (AR 143/97) is amended by this 
Regulation.

2   Section 24(2) is amended by adding "or unless the licence is 
issued to authorize the recapture of an animal that has escaped from its 
captivity on premises to which a licence or permit referred to in section 
46(a) relates and where it was held lawfully" after "zoo permit".

3   Section 46 is amended
	(a)	in clause (b) by adding "where the collection licence 
authorizes only the capture of the wildlife," before "he 
either";
	(b)	by adding the following after clause (b):
	(b.1)	where the collection licence authorizes the killing of the 
wildlife, he satisfies the Minister that the killing will be 
conducted safely and efficiently and in accordance with 
all other applicable laws,

4   Section 57 is amended by adding the following after 
subsection (2):
(2.1)  The Minister shall not issue an outfitter-guide permit that is to 
be valid on or after April 1 of any fiscal year if the applicant had a 
duty to forward, but has not yet forwarded, to the Service the report 
referred to in section 143(3) for activities undertaken in the previous 
fiscal year.

5   Section 135 is amended
	(a)	by renumbering it as section 135(1);
	(b)	in subsection (1) by striking out "A" and 
substituting "Subject to subsection (2), a";
	(c)	by adding the following after subsection (1):
(2)  A person may possess a live raccoon, skunk or bat referred 
to in subsection (1) temporarily for the purpose of capturing it 
and relocating it from that person's property.

6   Item 25 of Part 6 of Schedule 10 is amended by striking 
out "lying lying" and substituting "lying".

7   Schedule 15 is amended
	(a)	in section 7(3)(g) by striking out "4 male" and 
substituting "3 male";
	(b)	in section 9(1)(d)
	(i)	by adding the following after subclause (i):
	(i.1)	in Fur Management Zone 3
	(A)	after 2 lynx have been killed in that registered 
fur management area if it does not exceed 72 
square miles in area, or
	(B)	if the area of the registered fur management 
area exceeds 72 square miles, after 2 lynx, 
plus one additional lynx for each complete 36 
square miles of area in excess of 72 square 
miles of area, plus one additional lynx for any 
remaining area of less than 36 square miles, 
have been killed in that registered fur 
management area,
	(ii)	in clause (ii.1) by striking out "3,";
	(c)	in section 9(1)(e)
	(i)	by adding the following after subclause (ii):
	(ii.1)	in Fur Management Zone 3
	(A)	after 2 fisher have been killed in that 
registered fur management area if it does not 
exceed 72 square miles in area, or
	(B)	if the area of the registered fur management 
area exceeds 72 square miles, after 2 fisher, 
plus one additional fisher for each complete 
36 square miles of area in excess of 72 square 
miles of area, plus one additional fisher for 
any remaining area of less than 36 square 
miles, have been killed in that registered fur 
management area,
	(ii)	in clause (iii), by striking out "in Fur Management 
Zone 3 or".

8   Sub-item 6 of Item 2 of the Schedule to the Act is 
repealed and the following is substituted:
6   Any arrow other than an arrow that has a tip that bears a head that
	(a)	is not intentionally designed to resist being withdrawn 
after it has penetrated an object, and
	(b)	is either
	(i)	a solid, sharp cutting head of at least 7/8 inch in 
width, or
	(ii)	a head that, when the arrow impacts, opens to 
present sharp cutting edges at least 7/8 inch in 
width.



Alberta Regulation 189/2005
Oil and Gas Conservation Act
OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: September 28, 2005
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board on September 
26, 2005 pursuant to section 10 of the Oil and Gas Conservation Act. 
1   The Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations (AR 151/71) 
are amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1.100(2) is amended by adding the following 
after clause (b):
	(b.1)	at any time the licensee fails a liability management rating 
assessment conducted by the Board,


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Alberta Regulation 190/2005
Traffic Safety Act
COMMERCIAL VEHICLE DIMENSION AND WEIGHT 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: September 28, 2005
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Infrastructure and Transportation 
(M.O. 27/05) on September 28, 2005 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   Schedule 12 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Schedule 12 
 
High Load Corridor Routes
	(a)	Highway 1 from the junction of Secondary Road 797 to the 
junction of Highway 36;
	(b)	Highway 14 from the junction of Highway 36 to the junction 
of Highway 17;
	(c)	Highway 16 from the junction of Secondary Road 753 to the 
junction of Highway 32;
	(d)	Highway 17 from the junction of Highway 14 to 22 
kilometres north of the junction of Highway 14; 
	(e)	Highway 19 from the junction of Highway 60 to the junction 
of Highway 2;
	(f)	Highway 21 from the junction of Secondary Road 625 to the 
junction of Highway 14;
	(g)	Highway 22 from the junction of Highway 1A to the James 
River (12 kilometres north of Sundre); 
	(h)	Highway 22 from the junction of Highway 13 to the junction 
of Secondary Road 621;
	(i)	Highway 28 from the west junction of Highway 41 to the 
east junction of Highway 41; 
	(j)	Highway 32 from the junction of Highway 16 to the junction 
of Highway 43; 
	(k)	Highway 36 from the junction of Highway 1 to the junction 
of Highway 14;
	(l)	Highway 39 from the junction of Highway 60 to the junction 
of Highway 22; 
	(m)	Highway 41 from the junction of Highway 45 to the junction 
of Highway 55;
	(n)	Highway 43 from the east junction of Highway 32 to 
Valleyview;
	(o)	Highway 45 from the junction of Highway 15 to the junction 
of Secondary Road 831;
	(p)	Highway 45 from the junction of Highway 36 to the junction 
of Highway 41;
	(q)	Highway 55 from the junction of Highway 41 to the junction 
of Secondary Road 892;
	(r)	Highway 60 from the junction of Highway 19 to the junction 
of Highway 39; 
	(s)	Secondary Road 560 from the City of Calgary to the junction 
of Secondary Road 797;
	(t)	Secondary Road 621 from the junction of Highway 22 to the 
junction of Secondary Road 753;
	(u)	Secondary Road 625 from Nisku to the junction of Highway 
21;
	(v)	Secondary Road 753 from the junction of Secondary Road 
621 to the junction of Highway 16;
	(w)	Secondary Road 797 from the junction of Secondary Road 
560 to the junction of Highway 1.