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Alberta Regulation 261/2005
Forests Act
TIMBER AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: December 16, 2005
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Sustainable Resource Development 
(M.O. 58/2005) on December 9, 2005 pursuant to section 5 of the Forests Act. 
1   The Timber Regulation (AR 404/92) is amended by this 
Regulation.

2   Section 5 is amended by striking out "2006" and 
substituting "2016".


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Alberta Regulation 262/2005
Electric Utilities Act
REGULATED RATE OPTION REGULATION
Filed: December 20, 2005
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Energy (M.O. 73/2005) on December 
14, 2005 pursuant to sections 108 and 115 of the Electric Utilities Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
Regulated Rate Tariff
	2	Requirement to provide regulated rate tariff
	3	Requirements of regulated rate tariff
	4	Price setting plans
	5	Risk margin
Approval of Tariff by Regulatory Authority
	6	Matters to be considered when approving tariff
	7	Approval of method to determine regulated rates
Setting Regulated Rates
	8	Duty to set transition rates
	9	Calculation of transition rate
	10	Duty to set new RRO rates
	11	Calculation of new RRO rate
	12	Duty to provide regulated rates to regulatory authority
	13	Publication of regulated rates by Board
	14	Publication of regulated rates by owner
Billing
	15	Billing information
	16	Basis for charges
	17	Undercharge
	18	Overcharge
Miscellaneous Matters
	19	Entry to or exit from regulated rate tariff
	20	Delegation of duties
	21	Financial security requirements
	22	Service incentives
	23	Equalized billing
Application of this Regulation and Transitional Provisions
	24	Application of this Regulation
	25	Rewarding deferrals, true-ups and rate riders
	26	Approval dates
Repeal, Expiry and Coming into Force
	27	Repeal
	28	Expiry
	29	Coming into force
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)		"Act" means the Electric Utilities Act;
	(b)	"Board" means the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board;
	(c)	"business day" means a day other than Saturday or a holiday 
as defined in the Interpretation Act;
	(d)	"eligible customer" means
	(i)	a rate classification customer, and
	(ii)	any other customer, if the owner's reasonable forecast 
of the customer's annual consumption of electric energy 
at a site is less than 250 megawatt hours of electric 
energy at that site;
	(e)	"losses" means the energy that is lost through the process of 
transmitting and distributing electric energy;
	(f)	"new RRO rate" means the charge to regulated rate 
customers for the supply of electric energy determined in 
accordance with sections 10 and 11;
	(g)	"owner" means 
	(i)	the owner of an electric distribution system, or
	(ii)	if the owner makes arrangements under which one or 
more other persons perform any or all of the duties or 
functions of the owner, the owner and those one or more 
other persons; 
	(h)	"rate classification customer" means
	(i)	a residential rate classification customer,
	(ii)	a farm rate classification customer, or
	(iii)	an irrigation rate classification customer
		as defined in a regulated rate tariff;
	(i)	"regulated rate" means
	(i)	in the period on and after July 1, 2006 and before July 
1, 2010, a transition rate, and
	(ii)	on and after July 1, 2010, a new RRO rate;
	(j)	"regulated rate customer" means an eligible customer who is 
not receiving electricity services from a retailer;
	(k)	"regulatory authority" means the entity that approves an 
owner's regulated rate tariff under section 103 of the Act;
	(l)	"risk margin" means the just and reasonable financial 
compensation that an owner's regulatory authority approves 
for the owner based on the financial risks
	(i)	that remain with the owner, and
	(ii)	that are associated with the supply of electricity services 
to regulated rate customers;
	(m)	"site" means a site as defined in accordance with ISO rules 
for load settlement;
	(n)	"transition rate" means the charge to regulated rate customers 
for the supply of electric energy determined in accordance 
with sections 8 and 9;
	(o)	"unaccounted for energy" means the difference between the 
distribution system total load for an hour and the sum of the 
allocated hourly loads at the customer meters, plus their 
allocated losses.
Regulated Rate Tariff
Requirement to provide regulated rate tariff
2   Each owner must make available to eligible customers in the 
owner's service area the option of being supplied electricity services in 
accordance with a regulated rate tariff instead of purchasing electricity 
services from a retailer.
Requirements of regulated rate tariff
3(1)  An owner's proposed regulated rate tariff provided to its 
regulatory authority for approval under section 103 of the Act
	(a)	must include
	(i)	a transition rate energy price setting plan for regulated 
rate tariffs intended to have effect in the period 
commencing on July 1, 2006 and ending on June 30, 
2010,
	(ii)	a new RRO rate energy price setting plan,
	(iii)	the owner's proposed risk margin, and
	(iv)	the terms and conditions under which the owner 
proposes to offer electricity services,
		and
	(b)	must show the following information separately, and must 
indicate how the following information will be shown 
separately on a regulated rate customer's bills:
	(i)	the electric energy charge;
	(ii)	the administrative charge, which may include a billing 
charge, as a dollar amount for each period specified in 
the tariff;
	(iii)	the delivery charge for distribution access service and 
system access service, separately, as either
	(A)	a distribution charge and transmission charge, or
	(B)	a fixed delivery charge and variable delivery 
charge;
	(iv)	if applicable, shown under the heading "local access 
fee", any amount levied under section 45 of the 
Municipal Government Act, or Schedule 1, section 21 of 
the Metis Settlements Act or by bylaw under the Indian 
Act (Canada).
(2)  A proposed regulated rate tariff must not use, provide for or 
contemplate any deferral accounts, true-ups, rate riders or other similar 
accounts or devices for energy related costs.
(3)  A proposed regulated rate tariff must indicate the period in which 
the owner intends the tariff to have effect.
Price setting plans
4(1)  The price setting plans referred to in section 3(1)(a) must, with a 
reasonable degree of transparency, use a fair, efficient and openly 
competitive acquisition process to ensure that the resulting prices for 
the supply of electric energy are just, reasonable and electricity market 
based.
(2)  The transition rate energy price setting plan must include
	(a)	the new RRO rate energy price setting plan, and
	(b)	other procurement arrangements, which may include 
arrangements similar to arrangements made by the owner 
under the new RRO rate energy price setting plan, for the 
purpose of
	(i)	supplying electric energy to regulated rate customers, 
and
	(ii)	managing the financial risk associated with the owner 
supplying electric energy to regulated rate customers.
Risk margin
5(1)  An owner's regulatory authority must ensure the risk margin is 
just and reasonable.
(2)  The risk margin may only cover risks to which the owner is 
directly exposed and may not include risks that are borne by a person 
other than the owner.
(3)  Risks covered by the risk margin must include the following:
	(a)	all volume risk, including attrition and forecast risk;
	(b)	all price risk;
	(c)	all credit risk;
	(d)	all unaccounted for energy and losses.
(4)  Risks covered by the risk margin may include other risks 
associated with energy related costs and non-energy related costs that 
an owner's regulatory authority considers reasonable and prudent.
(5)  An owner is not entitled to recover from customers any past costs 
or expenses related to the risks described in subsections (3) and (4) 
except through the risk margin approved by the owner's regulatory 
authority.
(6)  The risk margin may be set for a period of months approved by an 
owner's regulatory authority.
Approval of Tariff by Regulatory Authority
Matters to be considered when approving tariff
6(1)  When considering an application for approval of a regulated rate 
tariff under section 103 of the Act, a regulatory authority must
	(a)		have regard for the principle that a regulated rate tariff, 
including the risk margin described in section 5, must 
provide the owner with a reasonable opportunity to recover 
the prudent costs and expenses incurred by the owner,
	(b)	have regard for the principles that
	(i)	a regulated rate tariff must allow for a reasonable return 
for the obligation on the owner to provide electricity 
services in accordance with section 2, and
	(ii)	the risk margin described in section 5 must not be 
considered as a part of that reasonable return,
	(c)	have regard for the principle that a risk margin approved by it 
must provide the owner with a just and reasonable financial 
compensation for the risks described in section 5,
	(d)	have regard for the principle that a regulated rate tariff must 
not impede the development of an efficient market for 
electricity based on fair and open competition in which 
neither the market nor the structure of the Alberta electric 
industry is distorted by unfair advantages of any participant,
	(e)	examine the reasonableness of the owner's billing costs and 
other costs the owner's regulatory authority considers 
appropriate in the prevailing circumstances, without regard to 
any overall increase in costs due to the separation of 
distribution access service and the provision of electricity 
services, and
	(f)	approve the price setting plans referred to in section 3(1)(a) 
in a manner that ensures that the procurement risk of 
acquisition remains with the owner.
(2)  A regulatory authority must not approve a regulated rate tariff that 
uses, provides for or contemplates any deferral accounts, true-ups, rate 
riders or other similar accounts or devices for energy related costs.
Approval of method to determine regulated rates
7(1)  A regulatory authority may approve a regulated rate tariff that 
determines how regulated rates will be established for a period of 
months.
(2)  A regulatory authority may approve a regulated rate tariff under 
subsection (1) only if the new RRO rate component of the regulated 
rate tariff is calculated in accordance with section 11.
(3)  In an approval under subsection (1), a regulatory authority must 
select one of the following methods to determine regulated rates:
	(a)	acknowledgment of each monthly rate calculated by an 
owner through its price setting plans;
	(b)	approval of each monthly rate separately.
(4)  If a regulatory authority selects the method referred to in 
subsection (3)(a), the owner must retain records sufficient to enable the 
regulatory authority to audit any previous monthly rates set by the 
owner.
(5)  If a regulatory authority discovers that an owner has made an 
incorrect rate calculation resulting in an overcharge of customers, the 
regulatory authority must require the owner to refund the amount 
overcharged to the customers as soon as practicable after the error is 
discovered.
Setting Regulated Rates
Duty to set transition rates
8(1)  In the period commencing on July 1, 2006 and ending on June 
30, 2010, an owner must set a transition rate for each calendar month.
(2)  Each transition rate must be set in accordance with the transition 
rate energy price setting plan referred to in section 3(1)(a) and the 
calculations referred to in section 9.
Calculation of transition rate
9(1)  Each transition rate calculated in accordance with this section 
must be based on regulated rate customer load forecasts made during 
the relevant price setting period described in section 11(2) for the 
calendar monthly volumes of electric energy supply.
(2)  For each calendar month in the period July 1, 2006 to June 30, 
2007, a minimum of 20% of the calendar monthly volumes of electric 
energy supply for the transition rate must reflect the new RRO rate 
calculated in accordance with section 11 for that month and a 
maximum of 80% of the calendar monthly volumes of electric energy 
supply for the transition rate must reflect the owner's procurement 
arrangements referred to in section 4(2)(b).
(3)  For each calendar month in the period July 1, 2007 to June 30, 
2008, a minimum of 40% of the calendar monthly volumes of electric 
energy supply for the transition rate must reflect the new RRO rate 
calculated in accordance with section 11 for that month and a 
maximum of 60% of the calendar monthly volumes of electric energy 
supply for the transition rate must reflect the owner's procurement 
arrangements referred to in section 4(2)(b).
(4)  For each calendar month in the period July 1, 2008 to June 30, 
2009, a minimum of 60% of the calendar monthly volumes of electric 
energy supply for the transition rate must reflect the new RRO rate 
calculated in accordance with section 11 for that month and a 
maximum of 40% of the calendar monthly volumes of electric energy 
supply for the transition rate must reflect the owner's procurement 
arrangements referred to in section 4(2)(b).
(5)  For each calendar month in the period July 1, 2009 to June 30, 
2010, a minimum of 80% of the calendar monthly volumes of electric 
energy supply for the transition rate must reflect the new RRO rate 
calculated in accordance with section 11 for that month and a 
maximum of 20% of the calendar monthly volumes of electric energy 
supply for the transition rate must reflect the owner's procurement 
arrangements referred to in section 4(2)(b).
Duty to set new RRO rates
10(1)  An owner must set a new RRO rate for each calendar month.
(2)  Each new RRO rate must be set in accordance with the new RRO 
rate energy price setting plan referred to in section 3(1)(a) and the 
calculations referred to in section 11.
Calculation of new RRO rate
11(1)  Each new RRO rate
	(a)	must be based on
	(i)	regulated rate customer load forecasts made during the 
relevant price setting period described in subsection (2), 
and
	(ii)	monthly forward market electricity prices established in 
the relevant price setting period,
		and
	(b)		must not be based on prices established before or after the 
relevant price setting period.
(2)  The price setting period for a calendar month is the period 
beginning on the 45th day preceding the month and ending on the 5th 
business day preceding the month.
Duty to provide regulated rates to regulatory authority
12   An owner must submit to its regulatory authority, not less than 5 
business days prior to the commencement of each calendar month, the 
regulated rate for that calendar month and the calculations of the 
regulated rate.
Publication of regulated rates by Board
13(1)  The Board must post on its internet page the regulated rates 
from all owners it regulates, on the first day of each calendar month in 
which the rates are to have effect.
(2)  For eligible customers without access to the internet, the Board 
must make available on request the regulated rates from all owners it 
regulates in an alternative format determined by the Board.
Publication of regulated rates by owner
14(1)  An owner must post its regulated rate for each calendar month 
on an easily accessible internet page on the first day of the calendar 
month in which the rate is to have effect.
(2)  The owner must ensure
	(a)	that there is a link on the internet page to a historic file of 
previous regulated rates for at least the previous 12 months, 
and
	(b)	that the address of the internet page is shown on each 
regulated rate customer's bill, with directions that current and 
historical regulated rates may be found on the internet page.
(3)  The owner may communicate the information described in 
subsections (1) and (2) using a method other than the internet, but must 
ensure that
	(a)	the method used to communicate the information will permit 
regulated rate customers to access the information easily,
	(b)	the regulated rates for each calendar month will be available 
by the first day of the calendar month in which the rates are 
to have effect,
	(c)	the regulated rates for the previous 12 months will be 
available at least once in a calendar month, and
	(d)	information about the method to be used to communicate the 
current and historical regulated rates is shown on each 
regulated rate customer's bill.
Billing
Billing information
15   An owner must include on every bill sent to a regulated rate 
customer at least the following information, showing separately:
	(a)	the electric energy charge;
	(b)	the administrative charge, which may include a billing 
charge, as a dollar amount for each period specified in the 
bill;
	(c)	the delivery charge for distribution access service and system 
access service separately as either
	(i)	a distribution charge and transmission charge, or 
	(ii)	a fixed delivery charge and variable delivery charge;
	(d)	the customer's consumption of electric energy on which the 
charge referred to in clause (a) is based;
	(e)	if applicable, shown under the heading "local access fee", 
any amount levied under section 45 of the Municipal 
Government Act, or Schedule 1, section 21 of the Metis 
Settlements Act or by bylaw under the Indian Act (Canada).
Basis for charges
16   For regulated rate customers, 
	(a)	where any portion of the delivery charge is based on 
consumption, both the electric energy charge and the delivery 
charge to customers in a billing period must be based on 
common consumption data for that billing period, and
	(b)	at sites where electric energy consumption is metered, at least 
twice each calendar year, the charge for electric energy for a 
billing period must be based on an actual meter reading.
Undercharge
17   An owner is not entitled to collect from a regulated rate customer 
any amount undercharged as a result of an incorrect meter reading, 
incorrect rate calculation, clerical error or other error of any kind that 
is made more than 12 months before the date of the bill.
Overcharge
18   If a regulated rate customer is overcharged, the owner must refund 
the customer the amount overcharged as soon as practicable after the 
error is discovered.
Miscellaneous Matters
Entry to or exit from regulated rate tariff
19(1)  An owner must not, either in its regulated rate tariff or by other 
means,
	(a)	collect fees related to the entry to, or exit from, the regulated 
rate tariff by an eligible customer, or
	(b)	require notice periods greater than 30 days for entry to, or 
exit from, the regulated rate tariff.
(2)  For the purposes of subsection (1), entry to a regulated rate tariff 
includes a request by an eligible customer
	(a)	to purchase electricity services for an existing site, or
	(b)	to purchase electricity services for a previously unserviced 
site.
Delegation of duties
20   An arrangement made by an owner under section 104 of the Act 
under which another person is authorized to perform any or all of the 
duties or functions of the owner under this Regulation has no effect 
unless the arrangement is approved by the owner's regulatory 
authority.
Financial security requirements
21   A rural electrification association is exempt from the requirement 
to provide financial security, as determined under the ISO rules, in 
respect of the electric energy acquired by the rural electrification 
association to meet its obligations under its regulated rate tariff.
Service incentives
22   The Board must determine or establish service quality standards 
and service quality incentives for providing electricity services under a 
regulated rate tariff by January 1, 2008.
Equalized billing
23(1)  An owner may offer an equalized billing plan to regulated rate 
customers.
(2)  The owner must make available an equalized billing plan to 
equalized billing plan eligible customers.
(3)  For the purposes of subsection (2), an equalized billing plan 
eligible customer is a regulated rate customer who can provide 
evidence sufficient to satisfy the owner that the customer is currently 
receiving financial support from
	(a)	an income support program established under the Income and 
Employment Supports Act or the Seniors Benefit Act, or
	(b)	the Government of Canada under its Indian Northern Affairs 
Alberta Region First Nation Income Support Program which 
is administered to on-reserve residents.
Application of this Regulation and 
Transitional Provisions
Application of this Regulation
24   This Regulation applies in respect of
	(a)	an owner's application to a regulatory authority for approval 
of a regulated rate tariff that is intended to have effect on and 
after July 1, 2006, whether the application to the regulatory 
authority is made before or after that date, and
	(b)	a regulated rate tariff that is intended to have effect on and 
after July 1, 2006.
Rewarding deferrals, true-ups and rate riders
25   Any deferral accounts, true-ups or rate riders or other similar 
accounts or devices remaining from a regulated rate tariff that was in 
effect before July 1, 2006 may only be collected by an owner after July 
1, 2006 in accordance with an approval from the owner's regulatory 
authority.
Approval dates
26(1)  An owner must apply to its regulatory authority in accordance 
with the Act and this Regulation not later than April 1, 2006 for 
approval of its regulated rate tariff to take effect on July 1, 2006.
(2)  Subject to subsection (3), each regulatory authority must, not later 
than May 15, 2006, approve in accordance with the Act and this 
Regulation all regulated rate tariffs that are to take effect on July 1, 
2006.
(3)  Where a regulatory authority is unable to approve a regulated rate 
tariff on or before May 15, 2006, the regulatory authority must,
	(a)		not later than May 15, 2006, approve an interim regulated 
rate tariff to take effect on July 1, 2006, and
	(b)	not later than November 1, 2006, approve a final regulated 
rate tariff to take effect not later than January 1, 2007.
(4)  An interim regulated rate tariff approved under subsection (3)(a) 
may be based on the information provided to the regulatory authority 
by the owner under subsection (1) unless the owner has applied 
separately for approval of an interim regulated rate tariff.
(5)  Subject to this section, a regulatory authority may approve parts of 
a regulated rate tariff on different dates, which may include the 
separation of energy related costs from non-energy related costs.
Repeal, Expiry and Coming into Force
Repeal
27   The Regulated Default Supply Regulation (AR 168/2003) is 
repealed.
Expiry
28   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for 
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be 
repassed in its present or an amended form following a review, this 
Regulation expires on December 31, 2015.
Coming into force
29(1)  This Regulation, except sections 15 to 23 and 27, comes into 
force on the date it is filed.
(2)  Sections 15 to 23 and 27 come into force on July 1, 2006.


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Alberta Regulation 263/2005
Municipal Government Act
COMMUNITY AGGREGATE PAYMENT LEVY REGULATION
Filed: December 21, 2005
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Municipal Affairs (M.O. L:166/05) 
on December 14, 2005 pursuant to section 409.3 of the Municipal Government Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	General application of Regulation
	3	Community aggregate payment levy bylaw
	4	Amount of levy
	5	Levy rate
	6	Exemptions from levy
	7	Person liable to pay levy
	8	Application of Act
	9	Effective date of community aggregate 
payment levy bylaw
	10	Expiry
	11	Coming into force
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Act" means the Municipal Government Act;
	(b)	"Crown" means the Crown in right of Alberta or Canada;
	(c)	"levy" means community aggregate payment levy;
	(d)	"sand and gravel operator" means a person engaged in 
extracting sand and gravel for shipment;
	(e)	"shipment" means a quantity of sand and gravel hauled from 
the pit from which it was extracted.
General application of Regulation
2   This Regulation applies to all municipalities that have passed a 
community aggregate payment levy bylaw.
Community aggregate payment levy bylaw
3(1)  A community aggregate payment levy bylaw must
	(a)	state when sand and gravel operators must report shipments, 
in tonnes,
	(b)	state the date or dates on which the municipality will send 
out levy notices, and the date by which the levy is payable,
	(c)	require the tonnage of sand and gravel in an operator's 
shipment to be recorded on a sand and gravel shipped 
tonnage roll,
	(d)	specify that the shipped tonnage roll is based on the tonnage 
of sand and gravel in an operator's shipment, as reported by 
the operator,
	(e)	set the uniform levy rate to be applied throughout the 
municipality, subject to the maximum levy rate, and
	(f)	set the uniform conversion rate of
	(i)	1 cubic metre = 1.365 tonnes, for sand, and
	(ii)	1 cubic metre = 1.632 tonnes, for gravel
		where 1 cubic metre is equal to 1.308 cubic yards.
(2)  Where a sand and gravel operator is unable to provide a 
measurement of weight for the amount of sand and gravel in a 
shipment, the operator must use the conversion rates set out under 
subsection (1)(f) to record shipments, in tonnes, for the purposes of 
reporting under subsection (1)(d).
(3)  A community aggregate payment levy bylaw may require that the 
community aggregate payment levy be paid monthly or by quarterly 
payments in the year in which a shipment occurs.
Amount of levy
4   The amount of levy to be imposed in respect of a sand and gravel 
operator is calculated by multiplying the number of tonnes of sand and 
gravel recorded on the sand and gravel shipped tonnage roll referred to 
in section 3(1)(c) for that operator by the levy rate.
Levy rate
5(1)  The levy rate is set by the municipality and is subject to the 
maximum levy rate established under subsection (2).
(2)  The maximum levy rate is $0.25 per tonne of sand and gravel.
(3)  A municipality must set a uniform levy rate to be applied 
throughout the municipality.
Exemptions from levy
6(1)  No levy may be imposed on the following classes of shipments 
of sand and gravel:
	(a)	a shipment from a pit owned or leased by the Crown for a use 
or project that is being undertaken by or on behalf of the 
Crown;
	(b)	a shipment from a pit owned or leased by a municipality for a 
use or project that is being undertaken by or on behalf of a 
municipality;
	(c)	a shipment from a pit owned or leased by the Crown or a 
municipality for a use or project that is being undertaken by 
or on behalf of the Crown or a municipality.
(2)  No levy may be imposed on shipments of sand and gravel that are 
subject to another tax, levy or payment that is established by and 
payable to a municipality.
(3)  No levy may be imposed on shipments of sand and gravel that are 
required pursuant to a road haul agreement or a development 
agreement for construction, repair or maintenance of roads identified 
in the agreement, that is necessary to provide access to the pit from 
which the sand and gravel is extracted.
Person liable to pay levy
7   For the purposes of section 409.2 of the Act, a person who 
purchases a sand and gravel business or in any other manner becomes 
liable to be shown on the sand and gravel shipped tonnage roll as liable 
to pay a levy must give the municipality written notice of a mailing 
address to which notices under Division 7.1 of Part 10 of the Act may 
be sent.
Application of Act
8   Except as modified by this Regulation, Parts 10 to 12 of the Act 
apply in respect of a community aggregate payment levy and a 
community aggregate payment levy bylaw, and for that purpose a 
reference in those Parts
	(a)	to a tax includes a community aggregate payment levy,
	(b)	to a tax bylaw or a tax rate bylaw includes a community 
aggregate payment levy bylaw, and
	(c)	to a tax roll includes a sand and gravel shipped tonnage roll.
Effective date of community aggregate 
payment levy bylaw
9   A community aggregate payment levy bylaw has no effect before 
January 1, 2006.
Expiry
10   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for 
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be 
repassed in its present or an amended form following a review, this 
Regulation expires on December 31, 2010.
Coming into force
11   This Regulation comes into force on January 1, 2006.



Alberta Regulation 264/2005
Traffic Safety Act
VEHICLE SEIZURE AND REMOVAL AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: December 29, 2005
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Infrastructure and Transportation 
(M.O. 34/05) on December 23, 2005 pursuant to sections 18(2) and 81 of the Traffic 
Safety Act. 
1   The Vehicle Seizure and Removal Regulation 
(AR 323/2002) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 22(2) is amended by striking out "January 1, 2006" 
and substituting "July 1, 2006".

THE ALBERTA GAZETTE, PART II, JANUARY 14, 2006