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Alberta Regulation 203/2005
Animal Protection Act
ANIMAL PROTECTION REGULATION
Filed: October 17, 2005
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural 
Development (M.O. 16/05) on October 7, 2005 pursuant to section 15 of the Animal 
Protection Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	Standards
Humane Societies
	3	Application
	4	Approval
	5	Suspension and revocation
Livestock Market and Assembling Stations
	6	Maintenance requirements
	7	Sale of young livestock
	8	Unloading livestock
	9	Care and handling of livestock
Transportation of Animals
	10	Animals unfit for transport
	11	Crowding prohibited
	12	Livestock loading
	13	Vehicle
	14	Unsuitable vehicle
	15	Duty to keep livestock segregated
	16	Rest stops
Custody
	17	Notice of custody
Expenses
	18	Tariff
Repeals, Expiry and 
Coming into Force
	19	Repeal
	20	Expiry
	21	Coming into force 
 
Schedule
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	?Act? means the Animal Protection Act;
	(b)	?Director? means an employee under the administration of 
the Minister designated as the Director for the purposes of 
this Regulation;
	(c)	?livestock? means horses, cattle, sheep, swine, goats, poultry 
and bees and means fur-bearing animals, alpacas, lamas, 
ratites, elk, deer and bison raised in captivity;
	(d)	?livestock assembling station? means any area of land, 
including buildings, pens, fences, gates, chutes, weigh scales 
and any other equipment located on the land that is operated 
to assemble livestock for shipment by any form of 
transportation;
	(e)	?livestock market? means a stock yard that is operated as a 
public market for the purchase or sale of livestock;
	(f)	?operator? means the operator of a livestock market or a 
livestock assembling station;
	(g)	?stock yard? means a stock yard as defined in the Stock Yard 
Regulation (AR 197/98).
Standards
2(1)  A person who owns or has custody, care or control of an animal 
for research activities must comply with the following Canadian 
Council on Animal Care documents:
	(a)	CCAC Guide to the Care and Use of Experimental Animals, 
Vol. 1, 2nd ed. (1993);
	(b)	CCAC Guide to the Care and Use of Experimental Animals, 
Vol. 2 (1984);
	(c)	CCAC guidelines on: animal use protocol review (1997);
	(d)	CCAC guidelines on: transgenic animals (1997);
	(e)	CCAC guidelines on: choosing an appropriate endpoint in 
experiments using animals for research, teaching and testing 
(1998);
	(f)	CCAC guidelines on: institutional animal user training 
program (1999);
	(g)	CCAC guidelines on: antibody production (2002);
	(h)	CCAC guidelines on: the care and use of wildlife (2003);
	(i)	CCAC guidelines on: laboratory animal 
facilities-characteristics, design and development (2003);
	(j)	CCAC guidelines on: the care and use of fish in research, 
teaching and testing (2005);
	(k)	CCAC policy statement on: terms of reference for animal 
care committees (2000);
	(l)	CCAC policy statement on: ethics of animal investigation 
(1989);
	(m)	CCAC policy statement on: social and behavioural 
requirements of experimental animals (SEBREA) (1990);
	(n)	CCAC policy statement on: acceptable immunological 
procedures (1991);
	(o)	CCAC policy statement on: categories of invasiveness in 
animal experiments (1991);
	(p)	CCAC policy statement on: definitions of recommendations 
made in CCAC reports (1996);
	(q)	CCAC policy statement on: confidentiality of assessment 
information (1999);
	(r)	CCAC policy statement on: CCAC assessment panel policy 
(1999);
	(s)	CCAC policy statement on: compliance and non-compliance 
(2000);
	(t)	CCAC policy statement on: the Assessment Program of the 
CCAC (2000);
	(u)	CCAC policy statement on: the importance of independent 
peer review of the scientific merit of animal-based research 
projects (2000);
	(v)	CCAC policy statement on: animal-based projects involving 
two or more institutions (2003).
(2)  In this section, ?research activities? includes the use of animals in
	(a)	scientific investigation,
	(b)	scientific teaching or training other than as part of a school or 
in a school building, as defined in the School Act, and
	(c)	testing of products, including medical devices and biological, 
chemical and pharmacological products.
(3)  A person who owns or controls a zoo for which a zoo permit is 
issued under the Wildlife Act must comply with the Government of 
Alberta Standards for Zoos in Alberta, prepared by the Alberta Zoo 
Standards Committee of Alberta Sustainable Resource Development 
and Alberta Agriculture, Food and Rural Development, published 
September 30, 2005.
Humane Societies
Application
3(1)  An organization incorporated under the laws of Alberta may 
apply in writing to the Minister for approval as a humane society for 
the purposes of the Act.
(2)  An application under this section must contain the following 
information:
	(a)	evidence that the applicant has been incorporated under the 
laws of Alberta, including a copy of its constitutional 
documents;
	(b)	the names of the applicant?s directors and officers;
	(c)	the addresses of the applicant?s principal headquarters and its 
registered office in Alberta;
	(d)	the general geographical area within which the applicant 
carries on activities;
	(e)	a copy of the applicant?s most recent financial statements;
	(f)	the applicant?s sources of revenue;
	(g)	information relating to any organization affiliated with or 
sponsored by the applicant;
	(h)	a description of the facilities, if any, in which the applicant 
may keep animals;
	(i)	further information as required by the Minister.
Approval
4(1)  If the Minister is satisfied as to the suitability of an applicant 
under section 3, the Minister may approve it as a humane society.
(2)  Within 120 days after the end of its fiscal year, a humane society 
must file with the Minister an annual return containing the following 
information:
	(a)	a summary of its activities during the previous fiscal year;
	(b)	a copy of its financial statements for the previous fiscal year;
	(c)	changes to the information provided under section 3 or in a 
previous annual return;
	(d)	any other information as required by the Minister.
Suspension and revocation
5(1)  The Minister may suspend or revoke an approval under section 
4(1) if the humane society
	(a)	fails to file an annual return in accordance with section 4(2),
	(b)	is no longer incorporated under the laws of Alberta, or
	(c)	fails to comply with a provision of the Act.
(2)  If the Minister suspends or revokes the approval of an organization 
as a humane society, the Minister must provide the organization with 
at least 10 days? written notice of the suspension or revocation setting 
out the reasons for the suspension or revocation.
(3)  If the organization, within the time referred to in subsection (2), 
desires that the Minister review the suspension or revocation, the 
Minister must give the applicant an opportunity to give reasons why 
the suspension or revocation should not be effected.
(4)  Until the Minister makes a decision after a review under 
subsection (3), the decision of the Minister under subsection (2) is 
stayed.
Livestock Market and Assembling Stations
Maintenance requirements
6   The operator of a livestock market must ensure that it is maintained 
so that
	(a)	adequate protection is provided to all calves weighing less 
than 115 kilograms and all swine that are present at the 
facility,
	(b)	livestock that, by reason of infirmity, illness, injury, fatigue 
or other cause, is unable to stand or unable to compete with 
other livestock for space, feed or water is kept separated from 
other livestock,
	(c)	sows, boars or stags that weigh more than 150 kilograms are 
kept separate from market hogs,
	(d)	boars or stags with tusks are kept in individual pens,
	(e)	boars or stags that weigh less than 150 kilograms are kept 
separate from sows, and
	(f)	adequate shelter from the weather is provided that is 
appropriate for the species of livestock.
Sale of young livestock
7(1)  The following may not be present at a livestock market:
	(a)	a weaned foal that is less than 30 days old;
	(b)	a weaned pig that weighs less than 10 kilograms;
	(c)	any other species of weaned livestock that is less than 8 days 
old.
(2)  If any animal described in subsection (1) is present at a livestock 
market, the operator
	(a)	must keep it separate from other livestock, and
	(b)	must as soon as possible notify the person who delivered the 
animal to remove it forthwith.
(3)  A person who receives notice under subsection (2)(b) must 
immediately make arrangements to remove the animal forthwith from 
the livestock market.
Unloading livestock
8   No person shall unload any livestock at a livestock market or 
livestock assembling station that, by reason of infirmity, illness, injury, 
fatigue or other cause, is unable to stand or is unduly suffering.
Care and handling of livestock
9(1)  An operator of a livestock market or livestock assembling station 
shall not allow livestock to remain at the market or station for a period 
exceeding 144 hours unless so directed by a peace officer.
(2)  If livestock remains at a livestock market or livestock assembling 
station for a period of 48 hours, the operator must after that time 
provide sufficient space, shelter, feed, water and bedding for that 
livestock for as long as it remains at the marker or station.
(3)  If any livestock at a livestock market or a livestock assembling 
station becomes unable, by reason of infirmity, illness, injury, fatigue 
or other cause, to stand or to compete with other livestock for space, 
feed or water, the operator
	(a)	must keep that livestock separate from other livestock, and
	(b)	must as soon as possible notify the person who delivered the 
livestock to the market or station of the condition of the 
livestock.
(4)  A person who receives notice under subsection (3)(b) must 
immediately make arrangements that are satisfactory to the operator to 
remove the livestock that is the subject of the notice from the livestock 
market or the livestock assembling station.
Transportation of Animals
Animals unfit for transport
10(1)  No person shall load or transport animals that, by reason of 
infirmity, illness, injury, fatigue or any other cause, would suffer 
unduly during transport.
(2)  Despite subsection (1), a person may transport animals to or from 
a veterinary clinic, a designated confinement area within the meaning 
of the Livestock Transportation Regulation (AR 22/99) or the nearest 
suitable place to deal with health concerns as long as the animal is 
loaded and transported humanely.
(3)  No person shall continue to transport an animal that becomes 
injured, ill or otherwise unfit for transport during a journey beyond the 
nearest suitable place where it can receive proper care and attention.
Crowding prohibited
11   No person shall load or transport animals in a vehicle in a manner 
that is likely to cause injury or undue suffering to the animals due to 
crowding.
Livestock loading
12(1)  No person shall load or unload livestock in a manner that is 
likely to cause injury or undue suffering to it.
(2)  No person shall load or transport livestock that is likely to give 
birth during transport unless the livestock is being transported for 
health reasons.
(3)  No person shall beat or, by use of a prod, goad or other instrument, 
cause injury to livestock being loaded into or unloaded from a vehicle.
(4)  No person shall load into or transport livestock in a vehicle where 
there is not sufficient space for all the livestock to stand in their natural 
position at the same time without coming into contact with a deck or 
roof.
(5)  A pen into which livestock is unloaded during transport for rest, 
feed and water must
	(a)	provide sufficient space for all the livestock to lie down at 
the same time,
	(b)	provide for adequate feeding and watering of the livestock,
	(c)	have an adequate amount of straw or other suitable material 
to bed the livestock, and
	(d)	provide protection from extremes of heat or cold and other 
adverse weather conditions.
Vehicle
13(1)  A person who loads or transports animals must ensure that the 
vehicle used to transport the animals meets the following requirements:
	(a)	exhaust fumes are not able to enter the box and cause distress 
to the animals;
	(b)	the box front is of sufficient height to protect the animals 
from direct exposure to any adverse condition;
	(c)	the deck surface is suitable non-slip flooring or is covered 
with straw, dry sand or other suitable material that is 
uniformly spread.
(2)  A person who loads or transports animals must ensure that the 
vehicle is
	(a)	adequately cleaned prior to the loading of the animals, and
	(b)	maintained in a clean state.
Unsuitable vehicle
14(1)  No person shall load or transport an animal in a vehicle that has
	(a)	a box or stock rack of a strength and height that is 
insufficient to adequately protect and contain the animal at 
all times,
	(b)	fittings that are not secure or are inadequately padded, fenced 
off or obstructed,
	(c)	bolt-heads or other objects projecting into the area where the 
animals are held,
	(d)	any broken, cracked or damaged siding or flooring material,
	(e)	inadequate ventilation,
	(f)	unsafe footholds or footholds that are not secure, or
	(g)	any other equipment in such a condition that it is likely to 
cause injury or undue suffering to the animals.
(2)  No person shall load or transport an animal in a vehicle in a 
manner that could cause undue exposure of the animal to extreme 
injurious heat or cold.
Duty to keep livestock segregated
15   A person transporting livestock must segregate the livestock 
during transport as follows:
	(a)	livestock of the same species that are incompatible by nature 
and livestock of different species are segregated from one 
another;
	(b)	groups of mature bulls, de-tusked boars, rams and goat bucks 
are segregated from all other livestock;
	(c)	cows, sows and mares with suckling offspring are segregated 
from all other livestock;
	(d)	a mature boar that is not de-tusked is segregated from all 
other livestock;
	(e)	a mature stallion is segregated from all other livestock, 
including other mature stallions;
	(f)	livestock of the same species but of substantially different 
weight or age are segregated from one another.
Rest stops
16(1)  If livestock that are horses, swine or other monogastric animals 
are transported for more than 36 hours, the person transporting them 
must, at intervals not exceeding 36 hours, unload them for rest, feed 
and water for at least 5 hours at a location that has all the facilities 
necessary for loading, unloading, resting, feeding and watering them 
and for inspecting them under the Livestock and Livestock Products 
Act.
(2)  If livestock that are cattle, sheep, goats or other ruminants are 
transported for more than 48 hours, the person transporting them must, 
at intervals not exceeding 48 hours, unload them for rest, feed and 
water for at least 5 hours at a location that has all the facilities 
necessary for loading, unloading, resting, feeding and watering them 
and for inspecting them under the Livestock and Livestock Products 
Act.
Custody
Notice of custody
17(1)  If a peace officer takes custody of an animal under section 3 of 
the Act, the peace officer must give to the owner or person in charge of 
the animal a notice in the form set out in the Schedule.
(2)  If the owner or person in charge of the animal cannot be found or a 
peace officer takes custody of an animal under section 4.1 of the Act, 
the peace officer must post the notice in a prominent place where the 
animal was found.
Expenses
Tariff
18(1)  The following is a tariff of expenses that may be charged 
pursuant to section 5 of the Act in respect of animals that have been 
taken into custody under the Act:
	(a)	for the reasonably necessary transportation of livestock from 
the point of departure of the transporting vehicle to the point 
of delivery and return to the point of departure,
	(i)	$500 for a trip of 50 kilometres or less, and
	(ii)	$3.50 for each kilometre for a trip of more than 50 
kilometres;
	(b)	for the reasonably necessary transportation of animals other 
than livestock,
	(i)	a maximum of $30 per trip for 50 kilometres or less, or
	(ii)	$1 for each kilometre for a trip of more than 50 
kilometres;
	(c)	for food, water, care and shelter for an animal,
	(i)	a maximum of $15 per day for an animal weighing 
20 kg or less,
	(ii)	a maximum of $30 per day for an animal weighing 
more than 20 kg but less than 200 kg, and
	(iii)	a maximum of $50 per day for an animal weighing 
200 kg or more;
	(d)	for necessary veterinary treatment of an animal, including 
drugs and medicines, the actual cost of the treatment;
	(e)	the costs of destroying an animal under section 8 of the Act.
(2)  If in the opinion of the Director special circumstances exist, the 
Director may
	(a)	approve a higher tariff of expenses than the tariff under 
subsection (1) if the higher tariff is related to the actual cost 
of the transportation, food, water, care and shelter of animals, 
and
	(b)	approve the actual cost of necessary expenses, approved by 
the Director, other than those expenses referred to in clause 
(a).
Repeals, Expiry and Coming into Force
Repeal
19(1)  The Animal Protection Regulation (AR 298/96) is repealed.
(2)  The Tariff of Expenses Regulation (AR 307/96) is repealed.
Expiry
20   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for 
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be 
repassed in its present or an amended form following a review, this 
Regulation expires on July 30, 2014.
Coming into force
21   This Regulation comes into force on the coming into force of 
section 12 of the Animal Protection Amendment Act, 2005.
Schedule 
 
Form 
Notice of Seizure of Animal
Take notice that on (date) under the Animal Protection Act the 
following animal(s) was (were) taken into custody:
                                       (describe animal(s))	 
	
by    (insert name of peace officer, the name of the service that 
employs the peace officer and the service?s address and telephone 
number)    and pursuant to
?	section 3 of the Act, or
?	section 4.1 of the Act
the animal(s) was (were) delivered to
?	a humane society, or
?	a caretaker.
If the animal is not claimed or the payment of expenses is not made, 
the animal may be sold, given away or, in accordance with section 8 of 
the Animal Protection Act, destroyed.
	   (signature of peace officer)   


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Alberta Regulation 204/2005
Fisheries (Alberta) Act
GENERAL FISHERIES (ALBERTA) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 19, 2005
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 474/2005) 
on October 19, 2005 pursuant to section 43 of the Fisheries (Alberta) Act. 
1   The General Fisheries (Alberta) Regulation (AR 203/97) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 5 is amended
	(a)	by repealing subsection (1) and substituting the 
following:
Activities under another?s licence
5(1)  In this section, ?instrument? means an instrument referred 
to in section 18(b) of the Act.
(1.1)  An instrument must be in writing, authorized by the 
Director and state who is authorized to conduct activities 
pursuant to the licence.
	(b)	in subsection (2) by adding ?by the Director? after 
?authorized?;
	(c)	by adding the following after subsection (2):
(3)  The Director may authorize only one instrument to have 
effect at any one time under any one commercial fishing licence.
(4)  Notwithstanding anything in this section or in the 
instrument, an instrument issued in respect of a commercial 
fishing licence has no force while the licence holder is 
conducting activities pursuant to the licence in respect of which 
the instrument is issued.
(5)  The holder of an instrument issued in respect of a 
commercial fishing licence shall, while conducting activities 
purporting to be authorized as a result of holding the instrument, 
carry that licence and ensure that the instrument is attached to the 
licence.

3   Section 8 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Bait fish and crayfish
8(1)  A person shall not be in possession of live bait fish or 
crayfish
	(a)	unless they are possessed as specifically authorized 
under the authority of a research licence, or
	(b)	if imported, unless they are held in contained waters as 
pets or for sale as pets.
(2)  A person is not in possession of fish for the purposes of 
subsection (1) if, in the course of fishing, it is immediately 
returned to the waters from which it is taken and is released in a 
manner that causes it the least harm.
(3)  A person does not require a licence to fish for crayfish by 
means other than with a hook and line provided that such fishing is 
not prohibited by any other law.
(4)  Subsection (3) does not apply to fishing in the Beaver River or 
its tributaries.

4   Section 9 is amended by repealing subsection (4) and 
substituting the following:
(4)  A person shall not knowingly buy, sell or attempt to buy or sell 
fish
	(a)	that have not been caught pursuant to a licence that 
authorizes the buying or selling, as the case may be, of 
the fish, or
	(b)	that are represented or held out by any person as having 
been taken, or as being sold or disposed of, in 
contravention of any provision referred to in section 
34(6) of the Act or the Fisheries Act (Canada).

5   Section 19(1)(b) is amended by striking out ?or? and 
substituting ?and?.

6   Sections 27(2)(c) and (3)(c), 30(b)(i) and 40 are amended 
by striking out ?Food Regulation (AR 240/85)? and section 
43(2)(a) by striking out ?Food Regulation (Alta. Reg. 240/85)? 
and substituting ?Food and Food Establishments Regulation 
(AR 328/2003)?.

7   This Regulation comes into force on November 1, 2005.



Alberta Regulation 205/2005
Provincial Offences Procedure Act
PROCEDURES (FISHERIES) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 19, 2005
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 476/2005) 
on October 19, 2005 pursuant to section 42 of the Provincial Offences Procedure Act. 
1   The Procedures Regulation (AR 233/89) is amended by 
this Regulation.



2   Schedule 2 is amended
	(a)	in Part 23.1 by adding the following after section 1:
1.1(1)  The specified penalty payable for the contravention of 
section 34(3) of the Act of a term or condition of a licence 
requiring the marking of a setline or gill net is $150.
(2)  The specified penalty payable for the contravention of 
section 34(3) of the Act of a term or condition of a licence 
requiring the completion and submission of records pertaining 
to the number and species of fish caught is $300.
(3)  The specified penalty payable for the contravention of 
section 34(3) of the Act of a term or condition of a licence 
requiring the reporting of any proposed activity is $150.
	(b)	by repealing Part 23.2 and substituting the 
following:
Part 23.2 
Regulations Under the  
Fisheries (Alberta) Act
General Fisheries (Alberta) Regulation
1   The specified penalty payable in respect of a contravention of the 
General Fisheries (Alberta) Regulation (AR 203/97) shown in Column 
1 is the amount shown in Column 2 in respect of that provision.

Item
Number
Column 1
(Section Number 
of Regulation)
Column 2
(Specified 
Penalty in 
Dollars)
 1
5(5)
 75
 2
8
250
 3
15(3)(b)
250
 4
16(1)
250
 5
16(2)
200
 6
16(3)
150
 7
19(1)
150
 8
34(2)
 75
 9
60(1)
 50
10
60(4)
 75

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


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Alberta Regulation 206/2005
Provincial Offences Procedure Act
PROCEDURES (SMOKE-FREE PLACES) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 19, 2005
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 483/2005) 
on October 19, 2005 pursuant to section 42 of the Provincial Offences Procedure Act. 
1   The Procedures Regulation (AR 233/89) is amended by 
this Regulation.

2   Section 2 is amended by adding the following after 
clause (0.1):
	(0.2)	Smoke-free Places Act;

3   Schedule 2 is amended by adding the following after 
Part 45:
Part 46 
Smoke-free Places Act
1   The specified penalty payable in respect of a contravention of the 
Smoke-free Places Act shown in Column 1 is the amount shown in 
Column 2 in respect of that provision.
2   Proceedings with respect to a contravention of any provision of the 
Smoke-free Places Act shown in Column 1 may be commenced by a 
violation ticket issued under either Part 2 or Part 3 of the Provincial 
Offences Procedure Act.

Item 
Number
Column 1 (Section 
Number of Regulation)
Column 2 
(Specified Penalty 
in Dollars)
1
3
250
2
5(4)
500
3
7
250

4   This Regulation comes into force on January 1, 2006.


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Alberta Regulation 207/2005
Smoke-free Places Act
SMOKE-FREE PLACES SIGNS REGULATION
Filed: October 19, 2005
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 484/2005) 
on October 19, 2005 pursuant to section 9 of the Smoke-free Places Act. 
Signs prohibiting smoking
1(1)  For the purposes of section 7(1) of the Act, a sign prohibiting 
smoking must
	(a)	be posted at each entrance to a public place, workplace or 
public vehicle,
	(b)	be posted inside each public place, workplace or public 
vehicle in such numbers and locations as the manager of the 
public place, workplace or public vehicle reasonably 
considers adequate to ensure that the public and employees 
are aware of the prohibition, and
	(c)	be clearly visible to persons entering the public place, 
workplace or public vehicle.
(2)  A sign prohibiting smoking must
	(a)	contain the graphic symbol set out in Schedule 1, which must
	(i)	depict the symbol in red or black on a contrasting 
background that makes the symbol clearly legible in 
whatever lighting is used in the public place, workplace 
or public vehicle, and
	(ii)	be of a size that makes it clearly discernible to the 
persons to whom it is directed, with the outside 
diameter of the circle being at least 100 mm,
		and
	(b)	contain the text ?no smoking? in capital or lower case letters, 
which must
	(i)	be set out in a style and size that is clearly legible, with 
each letter of the text being at least 28 mm in height, 
and
	(ii)	be set out on a contrasting background that makes the 
text clearly legible in whatever lighting is used in the 
public place, workplace or public vehicle.
Signs permitting smoking
2(1)  For the purposes of section 7(2) of the Act, a sign permitting 
smoking must
	(a)	be posted at each entrance to a room that is designated as a 
smoking room under section 5 of the Act,
	(b)	be posted at each entrance to a public place or workplace, or 
part of a public place or workplace, that is designated under 
section 5 of the Act as a place where smoking is permitted, 
and
	(c)	 be clearly visible to persons entering the room or place.
(2)  A sign permitting smoking must
	(a)	contain the graphic symbol set out in Schedule 2, which must
	(i)	depict the symbol in green or black on a contrasting 
background that makes the symbol clearly legible in 
whatever lighting is used in the public place or 
workplace, and
	(ii)	be of a size that makes it clearly discernible to the 
persons to whom it is directed,
		and
	(b)	contain the text ?smoking permitted? and ?no persons under 
18 permitted? in capital or lower case letters, which must
	(i)	be set out in a style and size that is clearly legible, with 
each letter of the text being at least 28 mm in height, 
and
	(ii)	be set out on a contrasting background that makes the 
text clearly legible in whatever lighting is used in the 
public place or workplace.
Expiry
3   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for 
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be 
repassed in its present or an amended form following a review, this 
Regulation expires on September 30, 2015.
Commencement
4   This Regulation comes into force on the coming into force of the 
Smoke-free Places Act.
Schedule 1
 
Schedule 2
 



Alberta Regulation 208/2005
Alberta Personal Income Tax Act
NHL TAX AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 19, 2005
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 488/2005) 
on October 19, 2005 pursuant to section 82 of the Alberta Personal Income Tax Act. 
1   The NHL Tax Regulation (AR 171/2002) is amended by 
this Regulation.

2   Section 2(1)(a) is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
	(a)	?base salary? of an NHL player means Paragraph 1 Salary as 
defined in
	(i)	the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the 
National Hockey League and the National Hockey 
League Players? Association for the period September 
16, 1993 to September 15, 2004, and
	(ii)	with respect to the 2005-06 regular NHL season, the 
Collective Bargaining Agreement between the National 
Hockey League and the National Hockey League 
Players? Association for the period September 16, 2004 
to September 15, 2011;


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Alberta Regulation 209/2005
Provincial Offences Procedure Act
PROCEDURES (TRAFFIC SAFETY) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 19, 2005
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 496/2005) 
on October 19, 2005 pursuant to section 42 of the Provincial Offences Procedure Act. 
1   The Procedures Regulation (AR 233/89) is amended by 
this Regulation.

2   Schedule 2, Part 28 is amended in section 1 by adding 
?, (p.1)? after ?section 115(2)(p)?.

3   Schedule 2 is amended by adding the following after 
Part 28:
Part 28.1 
Traffic Safety Act 
(speeding offences)
1   The specified penalty payable in respect of contraventions of 
section 115(2)(p.2) and (t) of the Traffic Safety Act are those set out in 
the Table in this Part.
2   Proceedings with respect to a contravention of the provisions 
referred to in section 1 may be commenced by a violation ticket issued 
under either Part 2 or Part 3 of the Provincial Offences Procedure Act.
3   Where a person exceeds the speed limits referred to in the sections 
referred to in section 1 by more than 50 kilometres per hour, the person 
is required to appear before a justice without the alternative of making 
a voluntary payment.
Table



Kilometres
over limit
Amount of 
specified 
penalty (in 
dollars)


Kilometres 
over limit
Amount of 
specified 
penalty (in 
dollars)




1
100
26
272
2
104
27
280
3
108
28
290
4
112
29
300
5
116
30
308
6
120
31
326
7
124
32
338
8
128
33
354
9
132
34
368
10
136
35
382
11
140
36
398
12
144
37
412
13
148
38
430
14
152
39
444
15
156
40
460
16
180
41
476
17
192
42
490
18
198
43
506
19
210
44
520
20
216
45
534
21
226
46
550
22
238
47
566
23
244
48
580
24
256
49
596
25
262
50
612

4   This Regulation comes into force on October 31, 2005.


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Alberta Regulation 210/2005
Traffic Safety Act
DEMERIT POINT PROGRAM AND SERVICE OF 
DOCUMENTS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 19, 2005
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 497/2005) 
on October 19, 2005 pursuant to section 18 of the Traffic Safety Act. 
1   The Demerit Point Program and Service of Documents 
Regulation (AR 331/2002) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Schedule 1 is amended
	(a)	by adding the following after item 2:
2.1	Speeding - exceeding limit by 
more than 50 kph	115(2)(p.1)		6
2.2	Speeding - exceeding limit by 
more than 50 kph	115(2)(p.2)		6
2.3	Speeding - exceeding limit by 
more than 50 kph	115(2)(t)		6
	(b)	by adding the following after item 9:
9.1	Speeding - exceeding limit by 
over 30 but not more than 
50 kph	115(2)(p.1)		4
9.2	Speeding - exceeding limit by 
over 30 but not more than 
50 kph	115(2)(p.2)		4
9.3	Speeding - exceeding limit by 
over 30 but not more than 
50 kph	115(2)(t)		4
	(c)	by adding the following after item 14:
14.1	Speeding - exceeding limit by 
over 15 but not more than 
30 kph	115(2)(p.1)		3
14.2	Speeding - exceeding limit by 
over 15 but not more than 
30 kph	115(2)(p.2)		3
14.3	Speeding - exceeding limit by 
over 15 but not more than 
30 kph	115(2)(t)		3
	(d)	by adding the following after item 31:
31.1	Speeding - exceeding limit by 
up to 15 kph	115(2)(p.1)		2
31.2	Speeding - exceeding limit by 
up to 15 kph	115(2)(p.2)		2
31.3	Speeding - exceeding limit by 
up to 15 kph	115(2)(t)		2

3   This Regulation comes into force on October 31, 2005.


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Alberta Regulation 211/2005
Fatality Inquiries Act
FATALITY INQUIRIES AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 19, 2005
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 498/2005) 
on October 19, 2005 pursuant to section 55 of the Fatality Inquiries Act. 
1   The Fatality Inquiries Regulation (AR 65/2000) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   The Schedule is amended
	(a)	in section 1(1)
	(i)	in clause (a) by striking out ?$73? and 
substituting ?$140?;
	(ii)	in clause (b) by striking out ?$102? and 
substituting ?$195?;
	(iii)	in clause (c) by striking out ?$49? and 
substituting ?$95?;
	(iv)	in clause (d) by striking out ?$28? and 
substituting ?$55?;
	(v)	in clause (e) by striking out ?$35? and 
substituting ?$65?;
	(vi)	in clause (f) by striking out ?$31? and 
substituting ?$60?;
	(b)	in section 2 by striking out ?$280? and substituting 
?$535?;
	(c)	in section 3
	(i)	in subsection (1)
	(A)	by striking out ?$84? and substituting ?$92?;
	(B)	by striking out ?$0.66? and substituting 
?$0.73?;
	(ii)	in subsection (2) by striking out ?$21? and 
substituting ?$25?;
	(iii)	in subsection (3) by striking out ?$35? and 
substituting ?$40?;
	(iv)	in subsection (5) by striking out ?$35? and 
substituting ?$40?.


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Alberta Regulation 212/2005
Regulations Act
MISCELLANEOUS CORRECTIONS AND REPEAL REGULATION
Filed: October 19, 2005
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 501/2005) 
on October 19, 2005 pursuant to section 10 of the Regulations Act. 
1   The Alberta Child Support Guidelines (AR 147/2005) are 
amended in section 14 of Schedule 3 by striking out 
?excercised? and substituting ?exercised?.

2   The Alberta Egg Producers Plan Regulation (AR 258/97) 
is amended by renumbering section 1(1) as section 1.

3   The Alberta Pulse Growers Marketing Plan Regulation 
(AR 120/99) is amended in section 5 of the Schedule by 
striking out ?(i) Smoky Lake County? and substituting ?(b) 
Smoky Lake County?.

4   The Alberta Sheep and Wool Commission Authorization 
Regulation (AR 242/2001) is amended in section 3 by 
striking out ?Wood? and substituting ?Wool?.

5   The Boom Truck Operator Exception Regulation 
(AR 87/2002) is amended in section 6(1) by striking out 
?track? and substituting ?truck?.

6   The CO2 Projects Royalty Credit Regulation 
(AR 120/2003) is amended in section 8(1) by striking out 
?7(3)(b)? and substituting ?7(5)(b)?.

7   The Consequential Amendments and Transitional 
Matters Regulation (AR 115/2003) is amended in section 
1(g) by striking out ?11, 12,?.

8   The Employment Pension Plans Regulation (AR 35/2000) 
is amended in section 39(1)(a) by striking out ?The 
Regulations under the Pension Benefits Act? and substituting ?the 
Regulations under The Pension Benefits Act?.

9   The General Regulation (AR 249/98) is amended in 
section 11(2)(e) by striking out ?Domestic Relations Act? and 
substituting ?Family Law Act?.

10   The General Regulation (AR 226/98) is amended in 
section 36(2)(e) by striking out ?Domestic Relations Act? and 
substituting ?Family Law Act?.

11   The Health Information Regulation (AR 70/2001) is 
amended in section 5(2)(g) by striking out ?Seniors and 
Community Supports Benefit? and substituting ?Seniors Benefit?.

12   The Maintenance Enforcement Regulation (AR 2/86) is 
amended in section 2.2(1)(f)(iv) by adding ?Family Law Act,? 
after ?Domestic Relations Act,?.

13   The Natural Gas Royalty Regulation, 2002 Amendment 
Regulation (AR 139/2005) is amended
	(a)	in section 2(a) by striking out ?was? and substituting 
?is?;
	(b)	by repealing section 5 and substituting the 
following:
4   This Regulation applies in respect of production 
months commencing on or after October 1, 2004.

14   The Pipeline Regulation (AR 91/2005) is amended in 
section 82(3)(e) by renumbering the first subclause (ii) as 
subclause (i).

15   The Potato Growers of Alberta Plan Regulation 
(AR 291/2002) is amended in section 18(7) by striking out 
?retuning? and substituting ?returning?.

16   The Private Investigators and Security Guards 
Regulation (AR 71/91) is amended in section 12(8) by 
striking out ?Crimina? and substituting ?Criminal?.

17   The Procedures Regulation (AR 233/89) is amended
	(a)	in section 2(n.1) by striking out ?Regulation? and 
substituting ?Act?;
	(b)	in Schedule 2, Part 3.1 by striking out ?(AR 211/96)? 
and substituting ?(AR 276/2003)?;
	(c)	in Schedule 2, Part 3.2
	(i)	in item 6 by striking out ?(1)?;
	(ii)	in item 11 by striking out ?(2)(3)?;
	(d)	in Schedule 2, Part 3.3, section 1 by striking out 
?(Alta. Reg. 122/93)? and substituting ?(AR 277/2003)?;
	(e)	in Schedule 2, Part 4
	(i)	in the heading by striking out ?FOREST LAND 
USE ZONE, FOREST RECREATION AREA AND 
FOREST RECREATION TRAIL REGULATION? 
and substituting ?FOREST RECREATION 
REGULATION?;
	(ii)	in section 1 by striking out ?Forest Land Use Zone, 
Forest Recreation Area and Forest Recreation Trail 
Regulation (Alta. Reg. 343/79)? and substituting 
?Forest Recreation Regulation (AR 343/79)?.

18   The Real Estate (Ministerial) Regulation (AR 113/96) is 
amended in section 8.1(1) by striking out ?section 57(3)? and 
substituting ?sections 57(3)?.

19   The Access Enforcement Forms Regulation 
(AR 74/2000) is repealed.

20   The Access Enforcement Regulation (AR 61/2000) is 
repealed.

21   Alberta Regulation 393/57 is repealed.

22   The Name Regulation (AR 200/84) is repealed.

23   The Parentage and Maintenance Regulation (AR 251/98) 
is repealed.

24   The Regulations under the Lloydminster Municipal 
Amalgamation Act (AR 394/57) are repealed.



Alberta Regulation 213/2005
Fair Trading Act
ELECTRICITY MARKETING AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 21, 2005
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Government Services 
(M.O. C:011/2005) on October 21, 2005 pursuant to sections 105(1), 139 and 162(2) 
of the Fair Trading Act. 
1   The Electricity Marketing Regulation (AR 12/2003) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 2 is amended by renumbering it as section 2(1) 
and by adding the following after subsection (1):
(2)  The following sections do not apply to marketing contracts that 
may be cancelled by the consumer without penalty on one month?s 
notice to the marketer:
section 8(1)(a)(iii), (vii), (viii), (ix), (x),(xiii); 
section 8(1)(b); 
section 8(2); 
section 10.1(1)(b)(ii), (vi), (vii), (viii), (ix), (xii); 
section 10.1(1)(c); 
section 10.1(2); 
section 11.

3   Section 8(1)(a)(xi) is amended by striking out ?is provided 
to the consumer? and substituting ?is provided to the marketer?.

4   Section 10.1(1)(b)(x) is amended by striking out ?is 
provided to the consumer? and substituting ?is provided to the 
marketer?.



Alberta Regulation 214/2005
Fair Trading Act
NATURAL GAS MARKETING (FAIR TRADING ACT) 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 21, 2005
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Government Services 
(M.O. C:012/2005) on October 21, 2005 pursuant to sections 105(1), 139 and 162(2) 
of the Fair Trading Act. 
1   The Natural Gas Marketing (Fair Trading Act) Regulation 
(AR 10/2004) is amended by this Regulation.

2   The following is added after section 1:
Non-application
1.1   The following sections do not apply to marketing contracts 
that may be cancelled by the consumer without penalty on one 
month?s notice to the marketer:
section 9(1)(a)(iii), (vii), (viii), (ix), (x),(xiii); 
section 9(1)(b); 
section 9(2); 
section 11(1)(b)(ii), (vi), (vii), (viii), (ix), (xii); 
section 11(1)(c); 
section 11(2); 
section 13.

3   Section 9(1)(a)(xi) is amended by striking out ?is provided 
to the consumer? and substituting ?is provided to the marketer?.

4   Section 11(1)(b)(x) is amended by striking out ?is provided 
to the consumer? and substituting ?is provided to the marketer?.



Alberta Regulation 215/2005
Blind Persons? Rights Act
GUIDE DOGS QUALIFICATIONS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 26, 2005
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Seniors and Community Supports 
(M.O. 023/2005) on October 5, 2005 pursuant to section 7 of the Blind Persons? 
Rights Act. 
1   The Guide Dogs Qualifications Regulations (AR 108/79) 
are amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1 is amended by striking out ?any institution listed 
in Schedule A to this Regulation? and substituting ?any guide dog 
school that is a registered member of the International Guide Dog 
Federation?.

3   The Schedule is repealed.


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Alberta Regulation 216/2005
Electric Utilities Act
POWER PURCHASE ARRANGEMENTS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 27, 2005
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Energy (M.O. 60/2005) on October 
24, 2005 pursuant to sections 88 and 89 of the Electric Utilities Act. 
1   The Power Purchase Arrangements Regulation 
(AR 167/2003) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1(1) is amended
	(a)	by adding the following after clause (a):
	(a.1)	?Balancing Pool Regulation? means the Balancing Pool 
Regulation (AR 158/2003);
	(b)	by repealing clause (b) and substituting the 
following:
	(b)	?derivatives? has the meaning given to it in the 
Balancing Pool Regulation;

3   Section 3 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Eligibility to hold PPA or derivatives
3(1)  The following are not entitled to hold a power purchase 
arrangement or derivatives:
	(a)	the Government of Canada;
	(b)	the government of a province or territory of Canada;
	(c)	a person
	(i)	that is owned or controlled by a government 
referred to in clause (a) or (b), and
	(ii)	that carries on the business of generating, selling, 
transmitting or distributing electricity, or all of 
them.
(2)  Neither a person nor an associate of a person is entitled to hold 
a power purchase arrangement if the power purchase arrangement 
applies to a generating unit that is owned by the person or the 
associate.
(3)  Neither a person nor an associate of a person is entitled to hold 
derivatives if the derivatives are associated with a power purchase 
arrangement that applies to a generating unit that is owned by the 
person or the associate.
(4)  Neither a person nor an associate of a person who is ineligible 
under this section to hold a power purchase arrangement or 
derivatives may become the holder of a power purchase 
arrangement or derivatives unless the circumstances that made the 
person or associate ineligible have been removed.