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Alberta Regulation 19/2006
School Act
STUDENT RECORD AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: February 1, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Education (M.O. 004/2006) on 
January 25, 2006 pursuant to section 23(9) of the School Act. 
1   The Student Record Regulation (AR 71/99) is amended 
by this Regulation.

2   Section 9 is amended by striking out "2006" and 
substituting "2007".


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Alberta Regulation 20/2006
Vital Statistics Act
ACCESS TO INFORMATION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: February 2, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 36/2006) 
on February 1, 2006 pursuant to section 47 of the Vital Statistics Act. 
1   The Access to Information Regulation (AR 162/2001) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 3 is amended by striking out "2006" and 
substituting "2009".


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Alberta Regulation 21/2006
Alberta Personal Income Tax Act
ALBERTA RESOURCE REBATE REGULATION
Filed: February 2, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 39/2006) 
on February 1, 2006 pursuant to section 35.2 of the Alberta Personal Income Tax Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	Prescribed dates
	3	Additional entitled individuals
	4	Qualified dependants
	5	Amount of refund
	6	Collection, use and disclosure of personal information
Definitions
1   In this Regulation, "independent minor" means a minor who
	(a)	is married or is an adult interdependent partner,
	(b)	is widowed,
	(c)	is divorced,
	(d)	is the parent of at least one child, or
	(e)	is living independently,
but does not include a youth who is the subject of a custody agreement 
or a family enhancement agreement under section 57.2 of the Child, 
Youth and Family Enhancement Act.
Prescribed dates
2   The date for the purposes of section 35.2(1)(b) of the Act is 
November 1, 2005.
Additional entitled individuals
3   For the purposes of section 35.2(1)(d) of the Act, the following 
individuals or classes of individuals are deemed to have made an 
overpayment on account of the individual's liability under this 
Regulation for the 2005 taxation year:
	(a)	a person
	(i)	who was resident in Alberta on September 1, 2005 but 
did not file a 2004 Canadian Tax return because they 
were not resident in Canada at any time in 2004, and
	(ii)	who files a return in Canada for the 2005 taxation year 
on or before December 31, 2006;
	(b)	an independent minor who was resident in Alberta on 
September 1, 2005 and files a return in Canada for the 2004 
taxation year on or before December 31, 2006 but does not 
include a minor
	(i)	who, as of January 1, 2006, was a qualified dependent, 
or
	(ii)	who, on November 1, 2005, was the subject of a 
custody agreement or a family enhancement agreement 
under section 57.2 of the Child, Youth and Family 
Enhancement Act.
Qualified dependants
4   For the purposes of section 35.1(1)(c)(i)(B) of the Act, the 
following are qualified dependents with respect to an eligible 
individual not resident in Alberta on September 1, 2005 but who 
becomes resident in Alberta before January 1, 2006,
	(a)	a child born to or adopted by the eligible individual before 
January 1, 2006 while the eligible individual was resident in 
Alberta;
	(b)	a child of the individual who at the time of death was resident 
in Alberta and who died before January 1, 2006 while the 
eligible individual was resident in Alberta.
Amount of refund
5   The amount of a refund of an overpayment that may be paid to an 
eligible individual described in section 4 is $400 in respect of each 
qualified dependant referred to in section 4.
Collection, use and disclosure of personal information
6(1)  In this section,
	(a)	"applicant" means an individual described in section 3(b) or 
an individual who did not receive a refund but who believes 
he or she is eligible for it;
	(b)	"personal information" and "public body" have the meaning 
given to them in the Freedom of Information and Protection 
of Privacy Act.
(2)  The Provincial Minister may, for the purpose of administering Part 
1, Division 4.1 of the Act,
	(a)	collect personal information from public bodies and the 
Canada Revenue Agency, and use the information collected, 
and
	(b)	disclose personal information to public bodies and the 
Canada Revenue Agency.
(3)  Notwithstanding the generality of subsection (2), an applicant 
must, on the application required by the Provincial Minister,
	(a)	provide at least the following personal information:
	(i)	the applicant's name, address, telephone number, date 
and place of birth and social insurance number;
	(ii)	proof satisfactory to the Provincial Minister that the 
applicant was resident in Alberta on September 1, 2005;
	(iii)	an explanation as to why the applicant believes he or 
she is eligible for the refund;
	(iv)	any other information necessary for the Provincial 
Minister to determine the applicant's eligibility to 
receive the refund,
		and
	(b)	provide consent to the Provincial Minister to collect and 
disclose, subject to subsection (4), personal information 
about the applicant that the Provincial Minister considers 
necessary in order to determine the applicant's eligibility to 
receive the refund of an overpayment and to administer the 
payment of the refund.
(4)  Information referred to in subsection (3)(b) may only be collected 
from and disclosed to the Canada Revenue Agency, the Department of 
Children's Services and the Department of Solicitor General and 
Public Security.
(5)  The Solicitor General and Minister of Public Security may, for the 
purpose of determining if section 35.1(2) of the Act apples to an 
individual, disclose personal information to the Canada Revenue 
Agency.



Alberta Regulation 22/2006
Natural Gas Price Protection Act
NATURAL GAS PRICE PROTECTION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: February 2, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 41/2006) 
on February 1, 2006 pursuant to section 7 of the Natural Gas Price Protection Act. 
1   The Natural Gas Price Protection Regulation 
(AR 157/2001) is amended by this Regulation.



2   Section 1 is amended
	(a)	by adding the following after subsection (1)(a.1):
	(a.2)	"district heating system" means a system referred to in 
section 17.1(2);
	(b)	by repealing subsection (1)(b) and substituting the 
following:
	(b)	"eligible consumer" means,
	(i)	in respect of marketable gas, a person who 
consumes or uses marketable gas, unless Part 2 
indicates otherwise,
	(ii)	in respect of an other substance, a person who 
purchases the other substance, unless Part 3 
indicates otherwise, and
	(iii)	in respect of energy from hot water or steam, a 
person who consumes or uses energy from hot 
water or steam through a district heating system, 
unless Part 3.1 indicates otherwise;
	(c)	by repealing subsection (1)(e) and substituting the 
following:
	(e)	"meter" means a meter used to measure, for billing 
purposes, the consumption or use of marketable gas, an 
other substance or energy from hot water or steam;
	(d)	by repealing subsection (1)(g) and substituting the 
following:
	(g)	"non-industrial purpose" means a purpose other than an 
industrial purpose;
	(e)	by repealing subsection (1)(h.1) and substituting 
the following:
	(h.1)	"rebate period" means,
	(i)	in the case of an eligible consumer other than an 
agricultural consumer,
	(A)	commencing November 1, 2003, the 5-month 
periods running from November 1 in a year to 
March 31 in the following year, ending 
March 31, 2005, and
	(B)	commencing October 1, 2006, the 6-month 
periods running from October 1 in a year to 
March 31 in the following year, ending 
March 31, 2009,
				and
	(ii)	subject to subsections (4) and (5), in the case of an 
agricultural consumer,
	(A)	any 5 calendar months elected by the 
agricultural consumer that occur within each 
of the 12-month periods running from April 
1, 2003 to March 31, 2004, from April 1, 
2004 to March 31, 2005 and from April 1, 
2005 to March 31, 2006, and
	(B)	any 6 calendar months elected by the 
agricultural consumer that occur within each 
of the 12-month periods running from April 
1, 2006 to March 31, 2007, from April 1, 
2007 to March 31, 2008 and from April 1, 
2008 to March 31, 2009;
	(f)	in subsection (3)
	(i)	by striking out "subsection (1)(h.1)(ii)(A)" and 
substituting "subsection (1)(h.1)(ii)";
	(ii)	in clause (b) by striking out "and" at the end of 
clause (b), by adding "and" at the end of clause 
(c) and by adding the following after clause (c):
	(d)	for the 12-month periods occurring after March 31, 
2006, June 30 immediately following the 
applicable rebate period.
	(g)	by adding the following after subsection (4):
(5)  Where, for a period up to the period ending March 31, 
2006, an agricultural consumer fails to make an election as 
required under subsection (3), the rebate period is,
	(a)	in the case of an agricultural consumer who operates a 
commercial greenhouse, the months of April, 
December, January, February and March in each of the 
12-month periods referred to in subsection 
(1)(h.1)(ii)(A),
	(b)	in the case of an agricultural consumer who operates a 
grain dryer, the months of August, September, October, 
November and December in each of the 12-month 
periods referred to in subsection (1)(h.1)(ii)(A),
	(c)	in the case of an agricultural consumer who operates a 
forage dehydrator, the months of June, July, August, 
September and October in each of the 12-month periods 
referred to in subsection (1)(h.1)(ii)(A), and
	(d)	in the case of an agricultural consumer who operates an 
irrigation system for agricultural purposes, the months 
of May, June, July, August and September in each of 
the 12-month periods referred to in subsection 
(1)(h.1)(ii)(A).

3   Section 1.1 is amended by striking out "and" at the end of 
clause (a), by adding ", and" at the end of clause (b) and by 
adding the following after clause (b):
	(c)	energy from hot water or steam consumed or used

4   Section 2 is amended by adding the following after 
subsection (4):
(5)  If an entity in subsection (1) merges with another entity in 
subsection (1), for the purposes of this section the merged entity is 
deemed to have 2 identical gas cost recovery rates or gas cost 
flow-through rates, as the case may be.

5   Section 6 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Person not an eligible consumer
6   A person who purchases and receives marketable gas is not, for 
the purposes of this Part, an eligible consumer in relation to that 
gas measured by a single meter
	(a)	if the marketable gas or any portion of the marketable 
gas is used or consumed
	(i)	outside Alberta,
	(ii)	as a motive fuel,
	(iii)	in processes and activities directly related to the 
exploration for or the production, processing, 
re-processing, refining, upgrading, storage or 
transport of natural gas, petroleum or oil sands, or
	(iv)	for feedstock purposes,
			or
	(b)	if the marketable gas or any portion of the marketable 
gas is resold.

6   Section 8(2) is repealed and the following is substituted:
(2)  Where an eligible consumer consumes or uses marketable gas 
for industrial and non-industrial purposes that is measured by a 
single meter, all the marketable gas measured by that meter is 
deemed to be consumed or used for an industrial purpose.

7   Section 9 is amended
	(a)	by repealing subsection (2) and substituting the 
following:
(2)  An eligible consumer must apply for a rebate referred to in 
subsection (1) 
	(a)	where the marketable gas is purchased from a direct 
seller,
	(b)	where the Minister makes a request under subsection 
(6), or
	(c)	where the eligible consumer is an agricultural 
consumer, unless the vendor is authorized under section 
18.4 to provide the rebate on the agricultural 
consumer's bill.
	(b)	in subsection (6.1) by adding "immediately" after 
"June 30";
	(c)	by repealing subsection (6.11);
	(d)	in subsection (6.2) by adding "immediately" after 
"August 31".

8   Sections 10 and 11 are repealed.

9   Section 13 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Person not an eligible consumer
13   A person who purchases and receives an other substance 
measured by a single meter or stored in a single tank is not, for the 
purposes of this Part, an eligible consumer in relation to that 
substance measured by that meter or stored in that tank,
	(a)	in respect of propane, heating oil or kerosene,
	(i)	if the propane, heating oil or kerosene or any 
portion of it is used or consumed
	(A)	outside Alberta,
	(B)	as a motive fuel,
	(C)	in processes or activities directly related to 
the exploration for or the production, 
processing, re-processing, refining, 
upgrading, storage or transport of natural gas, 
petroleum or oil sands, or
	(D)	for feedstock purposes,
	or
	(ii)	if the propane, heating oil or kerosene, or any 
portion of it, is resold,
	or
	(b)	in respect of electricity,
	(i)	if there is an existing natural gas line to the 
residence where the electricity is delivered or the 
residence is equipped with an appliance capable of 
using propane, kerosene or fuel oil for heating 
purposes, unless section 14 applies, or
	(ii)	if the person applies for a rebate in respect of 
electricity used to heat anything other than a 
residence.

10   The following is added after section 15:
Rebate payable
15.1(1)  A rebate under this Part is payable in respect of other 
substances purchased and received by an eligible consumer and 
measured by a meter or provided in a tank.
(2)  Where an other substance measured by a single meter or stored 
in a single tank is used or consumed for both industrial and 
non-industrial purposes, all of that other substance measured by 
that meter or contained in that tank is deemed to be consumed or 
used for an industrial purpose.
Direct payment
15.2   Subject to section 18.4, a rebate under this Part must be paid 
directly to an eligible consumer.

11   Section 16 is amended
	(a)	by repealing subsections (1) and (1.1) and 
substituting the following:
Application
16(1)  An eligible consumer must apply for a rebate for an 
other substance not later than June 30 immediately following 
the applicable rebate period unless a vendor is authorized under 
section 18.4 to provide the rebate directly on the eligible 
consumer's bill.
	(b)	in subsection (2) by adding "immediately" after 
"August 31".

12   Section 17 is repealed.

13   The following is added after Part 3:
Part 3.1 
Rebate Relating to Cost of Energy 
from Hot Water or Steam
Application of Part
17.1(1)  This Part applies to energy from hot water or steam 
provided through a district heating system to an eligible consumer.
(2)  A district heating system is a system, approved by the 
Minister, whereby energy from hot water or steam that is produced 
primarily by a fuel other than marketable gas, propane, heating oil 
or kerosene is sold to an eligible consumer.
(3)  The Minister may, subject to any terms and conditions the 
Minister considers appropriate, approve a district heating system
	(a)	if the cost charged to a consumer for the energy from 
hot water or steam is, in the opinion of the Minister, 
determined in a fair and reasonable manner,
	(b)	if the energy from hot water or steam purchased by an 
eligible consumer is measured by a meter, and
	(c)	if a bill will be issued by the vendor in a form and 
manner acceptable to the Minister.
Authorization to pay rebate
17.2   The Minister may, in accordance with this Regulation, pay a 
rebate to eligible consumers to assist in the cost of energy from hot 
water or steam.
Person not an eligible consumer
17.3   A person who consumes or uses energy from hot water or 
steam is not, for the purposes of this Part, an eligible consumer in 
relation to that energy as measured by a single meter,
	(a)	if the energy from hot water or steam or any portion of 
it is used or consumed
	(i)	outside Alberta,
	(ii)	as a motive fuel,
	(iii)	for an industrial purpose, or
	(iv)	in processes or activities directly related to the 
exploration for or the production, processing, 
re-processing, refining, upgrading, storage or 
transport of natural gas, petroleum or oil sands,
			or
	(b)	if the energy from hot water or steam or any portion of 
it is resold.
Amount of rebate
17.4(1)  The amount of a rebate payable under this Part is the 
amount determined in accordance with Schedule 2.
(2)  In no case may the amount of the rebate for a calendar month 
exceed the cost of the energy from hot water or steam charged to 
the consumer for that month.
(3)  The cost of the energy from hot water or steam shall not 
include costs determined by the Minister to be ineligible.
Direct payment
17.5   Subject to section 18.4, a rebate under this Part must be paid 
directly to an eligible consumer.
Application for rebate
17.6(1)  An eligible consumer must apply for a rebate for energy 
from hot water or steam not later than June 30 immediately 
following the applicable rebate period unless a vendor is 
authorized under section 18.4 to provide the rebate directly on the 
eligible consumer's bill.
(2)  Where an eligible consumer applies for a rebate under 
subsection (1), receipts evidencing the purchase and receipt of the 
hot water or steam by the eligible consumer must be provided to 
the Minister not later than August 31 immediately following the 
applicable period.

14   The following is added after section 18:
Duty of issuer of bill
18.1   Where a rebate is paid to a vendor for the benefit of an 
eligible consumer, the person who issues a bill to the eligible 
consumer must, in accordance with the instructions of the Minister, 
	(a)	display on the bill the total amount of the rebate and the 
name of the rebate in a form acceptable to the Minister, 
and
	(b)	include with any statement, receipt or invoice issued by 
that person to the eligible consumer the information 
specified by the Minister.
Duty of vendor and other entity
18.2(1)  Where a rebate is paid to a vendor for the benefit of an 
eligible consumer, the vendor and each entity to which the vendor 
has passed on the benefit of the rebate must, in accordance with the 
instructions of the Minister,
	(a)	pass on the benefit of the rebate to the eligible 
consumer,
	(b)	maintain records relating to the benefit that are 
sufficient to enable its auditor to perform the duty set 
out in clause (c),
	(c)	provide to the Minister, not later than 14 months after 
the end of each rebate period, written confirmation from 
its auditor in a form acceptable to the Minister that the 
benefit has been passed on in accordance with this 
Regulation, and
	(d)	provide to the Minister, on request, any records and 
information maintained by it relating to the benefit.
(2)  On and from the date when the Minister receives and approves 
a written confirmation under subsection (1)(c) in respect of a 
rebate period,
	(a)	the obligation of a vendor to pass on the benefit of a 
rebate with respect to that rebate period terminates, and
	(b)	no vendor is entitled to any further reimbursement for 
having passed on the benefit of a rebate in respect of 
that rebate period.
(3)  Notwithstanding subsection (2), where the Minister considers 
it appropriate to do so, the Minister may, with respect to a 
particular vendor, prescribe a date for the purpose of subsection 
(2)(a) and (b) that is later than the date of receipt and approval of 
the written confirmation.
Reimbursement of vendor's administrative costs
18.3   The Minister may, on application by a vendor in a form 
acceptable to and supported by information required by the 
Minister, reimburse the vendor for its reasonable costs of 
administering a rebate program under this Act, as determined by 
the Minister.
Direct rebates
18.4   If the Minister considers it appropriate to do so, the Minister 
may authorize a vendor of marketable gas, propane, heating oil or 
kerosene or energy from hot water or steam to apply, in the manner 
prescribed by the Minister, rebates directly on the eligible 
consumer's bill.

15   Section 19(b)(iii) is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
	(iii)	a rebate has previously been paid in respect of the marketable 
gas, other substance or energy from hot water or steam that is 
the subject of the application.

16   Section 20 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Minister's discretion
20(1)  Where the Minister considers it appropriate to do so, the 
Minister may, with respect to a particular eligible consumer or 
vendor or class of consumers or vendors,
	(a)	adjust the volume of marketable gas, other substance or 
energy from hot water or steam in respect of which a 
rebate is payable,
	(b)	terminate the payment of a rebate, or
	(c)	accept documents from an eligible consumer up to 2 
years after a time referred to in section 9(6.2), 16(2) or 
17.6(2) if the required documents were provided by the 
vendor after a time determined by the Minister.
(2)  Notwithstanding section 1.1, where an other substance is 
purchased and received in a calendar month and all or part of the 
other substance is consumed during one or more other calendar 
months, the Minister may, if the Minister considers it appropriate, 
determine
	(a)	that all or part of the other substance is deemed to have 
been purchased and received in one or more other 
calendar months, and
	(b)	the manner in which the amount of the other substance 
deemed to be purchased and received in other calendar 
months is calculated for the purposes of this Regulation.
(3)  Where a vendor's bill for marketable gas, an other substance 
or energy from hot water or steam covers a period other than a 
calendar month, the Minister may determine the manner in which 
the amount of marketable gas or energy from hot water or steam 
consumed or used, or the amount of the other substance purchased, 
in a calendar month is calculated for the purposes of this 
Regulation.
(4)  If the meter reading on which a vendor's bill for marketable 
gas or energy from hot water or steam is based includes a period of 
not more than 5 days before or after a calendar month, the Minister 
may, for the purpose of paying rebates under this Regulation, 
include that period in the calendar month.
(5)  The Minister may impose conditions to the payment of a 
rebate with respect to a particular eligible consumer or vendor or 
class of consumers or vendors.
(6)  The Minister may, subject to any terms and conditions the 
Minister considers appropriate, exempt a consumer or class of 
consumers from section 6(b), 8(2), 15.1(2) or 17.3(a)(iii) or (b).

17   Section 21.1(1) is amended by striking out "or classes".

18   Schedules 1 and 2 are repealed and the following is 
substituted:
Schedule 1
1   Marketable gas, other substances or energy from hot water and 
steam consumed or used in any of the following industries, as listed 
in the Workers' Compensation Board Classification Manual, is 
considered to be consumed or used for an industrial purpose:
Mining and Petroleum Development
Rate Group
Industry
Industry Title
  063201
  06100
Mining - Underground
  063201
  06110
Mining - Open Pit
  063201
  06111
Overburden Removal
  063201
  08701
Refine - Sand/Coal
  063201
  34101
Cement Mfg. Including Quarrying
  063201
  34300
Lime Mfg. Including Quarrying
  071100
  06501
Sulphur Process
  071100
  73702
Land/Permit Man Services
  071200
  07700
Mine/Refine - Salt
  091200
  09200
Seismic Survey
  092101
  42130
Drilling - Water Well/Deep Core
  092101
  42150
Procuring Soil Samples
Manufacturing, Processing and Packaging
Rate Group
Industry
Industry Title
  101100
  01103
Poultry Loading Services
  101100
  10100
Meat Processing
  101100
  10104
Rendering Plants
  104100
  10500
Dairy Products Processing
  104100
  11202
Fruit Juice Processing
  104100
  13300
Beet Sugar Processing
  104100
  13500
Vegetable Oils/Yeast Mfg.
  104100
  37402
Medicine/Vitamins Mfg.
  105305
  02101
Seed Cleaning Plants
  105305
  12301
Feed Mills
  105305
  12400
Flour Mills
  105305
  13900
Malt Mfg.
  105306
  07900
Peat Moss - Harvest/Process
  105306
  12304
Forage Processing
  107200
  02112
Egg Grading
  107200
  12900
Bakeries
  107200
  13100
Food Process - Misc.
  107200
  13101
Candy Mfg.
  107200
  13904
Pasta Manufacture
  107200
  13905
Vegetables Process/Grade
  111100
  14100
Soft Drinks/Water/Ice - Mfg.
  113100
  14300
Liquor/Wine - Mfg.
  113100
  14500
Breweries
  169903
  29600
Aluminum/Metal Extrusion
  169903
  37301
Plastic Products - Mfg.
  249901
  17900
Leather Goods - Mfg./Repair
  249901
  21300
Rope/Carpet - Mfg./Repair
  249901
  22900
Crests/Pennants - Mfg./Repair
  249901
  22901
Drapes/Linens - Mfg./Repair/Install
  249901
  24900
Wearing Apparel - Mfg./Repair
  251200
  25100
Sawmills/Planing Mills
  251200
  25900
Peel/Point - Posts
  251200
  25901
Treating of Timber
  254902
  25401
Wood Products - Mfg.
  254902
  42147
Finishing Carpentry
  261200
  26101
Upholstered Furniture - 
Mfg./Repair
  261200
  26104
Furniture Refinishing
  271100
  27102
Pulp Mills
  271401
  27103
Panel Board - Mfg.
  273100
  27300
Cardboard Box/Tubing/Bag - Mfg.
  279200
  16900
Rubber Stamps/Stencils - Mfg.
  279200
  17901
Vinyl Goods - Mfg./Repair
  279200
  33500
Phone Equipment - Mfg./Install
  279200
  33900
Light Fixtures - Mfg./Asmb.
  279200
  33902
Electrical Components - Mfg.
  279200
  38100
Instrumentation - Mfg.
  279200
  38200
Jewelry - Mfg.
  279200
  38201
Lapidary Services
  279200
  39300
Sporting Equipment/Brooms - Mfg.
  279200
  69903
Pottery - Mfg.
  279200
  89916
Taxidermists
  281901
  27402
Envelope Manufacturing
  281901
  28600
Printing/Book Binding
  281901
  28800
Publish without Printing
  281901
  28900
Publish with Printing
  281901
  86202
Newspaper/Flyer Distribution
  281901
  89301
Electronic Print/Photofinishing
  291200
  29102
Foundries, Iron & Steel
  291200
  62700
Scrap/Salvage Dealers
  292100
  29200
Steel Pipe Mfg.
  292100
  62500
Steel Svce Centre - No Salvage
  303900
  26401
Metal Furniture Mfg.
  303900
  29100
Steel Mfg. - Exclude Foundries
  303900
  30100
Steel/Metal Fabrication
  303900
  30101
Heat Treating/Stress Relieving
  303900
  30407
Pipe Cleaning/Coating
  303900
  33606
Industrial Electric Equipment - 
Mfg.
  303900
  89401
Welding
  304900
  30412
Sheet Metal Shops
  304900
  30700
Heat/Cooling Equipment Mfg.
  304900
  33602
Switchboard/Electrical Panel - Mfg.
  308101
  30403
Metal/Porcelain Prod. - Coating
  308101
  30801
Machining
  351100
  16901
Tires/Rubber Products - Mfg.
  351100
  17200
Tanneries
  351100
  27200
Asphalt Roofing Products - Mfg.
  351100
  34100
Pre-Mixed Cement/Sand/Soil - 
Mfg.
  351100
  34500
Gypsum Board - Mfg.
  351100
  35200
Clay Bricks - Mfg.
  351100
  35401
Fibreglass Insulation - Mfg.
  354900
  29700
Foundry - Non Ferrous
  354900
  34700
Concrete Products Mfg.
  354900
  34702
Artificial Stone Products - Mfg.
  354900
  38500
Fibreglass Reinforced Products - 
Mfg.
  355100
  34800
Transit Mix Operations
  371100
  36500
Refine - Crude/Used Oil
  371100
  37201
Fertilizer Mfg./Nickel Refine
  371100
  37801
Petrochemicals - Mfg.
  371100
  37805
Industrial Gases - Mfg.
  397100
  28603
Signs/Advertising Displays - Mfg.
  397100
  39901
Picture Frame, Case, Casket - Mfg.
  397100
  86201
Window/Store Display Ad Services
  397101
  22101
Awnings/Tents/Tarps - Mfg./Repair
  397101
  39701
Outdoor Advertising
  579900
  16902
Industrial Belting - Install/Svce
  579900
  62304
Compressors/Power Unit - Mfg.

Transportation, Communication and Utilities
Rate Group
Industry
Industry Title
  491100
  57200
Electric Power Companies
  492101
  57400
Natural Gas Distribution




Schedule 2 
 
Amount of Rebates


Column 1
Alberta Price 
$/GJ
Column 2
Marketable gas
$/GJ
Column 3
Propane
cents/litre
Column 4
Kerosene
cents/litre
Column 5
Heating oil
cents/litre
Column 6
Electricity
cents/Kwh
Column 7
Energy from hot 
water or steam
$/GJ
Row 1
0.000-5.500
No rebate
No rebate
No rebate
No rebate
No rebate
No rebate
Row 2
5.501-7.500
1.50
3.83
5.65
5.80
0.54
1.50
Row 3
7.501-9.000
2.50
6.38
9.42
9.67
0.90
2.50
Row 4
9.001-12.000
3.25
8.30
12.25
12.57
1.17
3.25

over 12.000
see Note 2
see Note 2
see Note 2
see Note 2
see Note 2
see Note 2
Notes:
1.  When the Alberta Price for marketable gas for a calendar month in a rebate period is in one of the ranges set out in a Row in 
Column 1, the rebate payable for marketable gas or energy from hot water or steam consumed or used or an other substance 
purchased during that month is the amount calculated based on the amount shown in the corresponding Column in Columns 2 to 7.



2.  Where the Alberta Price is over $12.000/GJ, the rebate for the marketable gas, an other substance or energy from hot water or 
steam is the total of the amount referred to in Row 4 and,

	(a)  	in the case of marketable gas, an additional amount per GJ that is equal to the amount by which the Alberta Price exceeds 
$12.000/GJ, rounded up to the nearest cent,
 
(b)  	in the case of an other substance, an additional amount per litre or Kwh, as the case may be, calculated on a heat equivalent basis 
as determined by the Minister and based on the amount by which the Alberta price exceeds $12.000/GJ, and
. 
(c)  in the case of energy from hot water or steam, an additional amount per GJ that is equal to the amount by which the Alberta Price 
exceeds $12.000/GJ.

The amount of rebate payable under Parts 2 and 3 of the Regulation for the months of October, November and December, 2005, and 
for the month of January, 2006, may, for classes of consumers determined by the Minister of Energy, be increased by such amount 
determined by the Minister of Energy.


Alberta Regulation 23/2006
Safety Codes Act
RELEASE OF INFORMATION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: February 2, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 44/2006) 
on February 1, 2006 pursuant to section 63 of the Safety Codes Act. 
1   The Release of Information Regulation (AR 83/2001) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 4 is amended by striking out "February 28, 2006" 
and substituting "February 28, 2011".


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Alberta Regulation 24/2006
Public Trustee Act
PUBLIC TRUSTEE INVESTMENT REGULATION
Filed: February 2, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 49/2006) 
on February 1, 2006 pursuant to section 46 of the Public Trustee Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	Interest rate objective
	3	Interest on guaranteed accounts
	4	Investment standards
	5	Valuation of assets
	6	Transfers from common fund to general revenue fund
	7	Separate investments
	8	Expiry
	9	Amends AR 241/2004
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"average" means the mean average;
	(b)	"daily interest rate" is the number by which the principal 
balance in a client's guaranteed account on a particular day is 
multiplied to determine the interest credited to the client for 
that day;
	(c)	"fiscal year" means April 1 to March 31;
	(d)	"reference rate" means the rate determined in accordance 
with section 2(1).
Interest rate objective
2(1)  For the purpose of this section,
	(a)	the reference instrument is the Government of Canada 5-year 
benchmark bond;
	(b)	the reference rate on a particular day is the average of the 
effective annual rate on the reference instrument for each day 
during the immediately preceding 5-year period for which the 
Bank of Canada publishes the yield on the reference 
instrument;
	(c)	the effective annual rate on the reference instrument for a 
particular day is the value of R in the equation
 
where
	Y	is the yield (expressed as a decimal fraction) for that 
day on the reference instrument, as published by the 
Bank of Canada in CANSIM series V39053;
	(d)	the average effective annual interest rate on guaranteed 
accounts during a fiscal year is the value of R in the equation
 
where
	D	is the average daily interest rate (expressed as a decimal 
fraction) during that fiscal year, and
	N	is the number of days in the fiscal year.
(2)  The objective for the purpose of this Regulation is that the average 
effective annual interest rate on guaranteed accounts during a fiscal 
year will be at least 90% of the average of the reference rate for each 
day during the fiscal year.
(3)  The Public Trustee shall publish the following information in the 
Alberta Gazette within one month after the end of each fiscal year:
	(a)	the average effective annual interest rate on guaranteed 
accounts during the fiscal year;
	(b)	the average reference rate during the fiscal year;
	(c)	the ratio (expressed as a percentage, rounded to the first 
decimal place) of the average referred to in clause (a) to the 
average referred to in clause (b).
Interest on guaranteed accounts
3(1)  In setting the interest rate on guaranteed accounts, the Public 
Trustee must consider the objective referred to in section 2(2) and may 
consider any other matter that in the opinion of the Public Trustee is 
appropriate to consider.
(2)  The Public Trustee shall
	(a)	calculate interest based on the minimum daily balance on 
each guaranteed account, and
	(b)	credit interest to guaranteed accounts on the last day of each 
month, except where interest is credited to a guaranteed 
account earlier in a month on a final distribution.
(3)  Subject to subsection (4), the Public Trustee may change the 
interest rate on guaranteed accounts at any time.
(4)  The Public Trustee shall give notice of any change in the interest 
rate on guaranteed accounts by publishing a notice in the Alberta 
Gazette before the effective date of the change.
Investment standards
4   For the purpose of section 36 of the Act, the Public Trustee
	(a)	shall consider
	(i)	the objective set out in section 2(2),
	(ii)	the objective of managing the risk to the Crown arising 
from its guarantee of the amount outstanding on 
guaranteed accounts,
	(iii)	opportunities for prudent diversification of common 
fund investments that may be provided by a surplus of 
common fund assets over guaranteed account liabilities, 
and
	(iv)	anticipated cash flow requirements relating to the 
common fund and guaranteed accounts,
		and
	(b)	may consider any other matter that the Public Trustee 
considers relevant.
Valuation of assets
5   For the purposes of this Regulation and section 35(2) of the Act, 
common fund assets must be valued in accordance with Canadian 
generally accepted accounting principles.
Transfers from common fund to general revenue fund
6(1)  For the purpose of section 32(4) of the Act, the Public Trustee 
may in any fiscal year transfer from the common fund to the General 
Revenue Fund an amount not exceeding the value of the common 
fund's assets at the beginning of the fiscal year, multiplied by the 
multiplier for the fiscal year, as determined under subsection (2).
(2)  The multiplier is determined by calculating the ratio (expressed as 
a percentage, rounded to the first decimal place) of A to B
where
	A	is the average effective annual interest rate on guaranteed 
accounts during the preceding fiscal year, as calculated in 
accordance with section 2(1)(d);
	B	is the average of the reference rate for each day during the 
preceding fiscal year,
and by applying that ratio in accordance with the following 
Table:
Table
If the ratio is at least equal to the percentage in column 1 and is not 
greater than the percentage is column 2, the multiplier is the number in 
column 3.

Column 1
Column 2
Column 3
-
89.9%
0.000
90.0%
92.4%
0.002
92.5%
94.9%
0.004
95.0%
97.4%
0.006
97.5%
99.9%
0.008
100%
-
0.010
(3)  Subject to the maximum amount determined under subsection (1), 
in determining the amount to be transferred from the common fund to 
the General Revenue Fund in a fiscal year, the Public Trustee
	(a)	must consider the long-term capacity of the common fund to 
support payment of interest on guaranteed accounts in 
accordance with the objective described in section 2(2), and 
the anticipated effect of transfers on that capacity, and
	(b)	may consider any other matter that the Public Trustee 
considers relevant.
(4)  For the purpose of determining the amount that may be transferred 
under subsection (1) in the fiscal year ending March 31, 2006, the 
multiplier is 0.010.
Separate investments
7   The Public Trustee may reinvest income or distributions from a 
security that the Public Trustee has retained under section 37(4) of the 
Act in additional securities of the same issuer.
Expiry
8   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 January 31, 2016.
Amends AR 241/2004
9   The Public Trustee General Regulation (AR 241/2004) is 
amended
	(a)	in section 6 by adding the following after 
subsection (2):
(3)  The following fees are prescribed for the purpose of section 
21(11) of the Act:
	(a)	for the initial review under section 21(2)(a) of the Act,
	(i)	a file-opening fee of $75, plus
	(ii)	$100 per hour for time expended by the Public 
Trustee to obtain and review the information 
referred to in section 21(2)(a) of the Act;
	(b)	for each review under section 21(2)(b) of the Act,
	(i)	a minimum fee of $100, plus
	(ii)	$100 per hour for time in excess of one hour that is 
expended by the Public Trustee to obtain and 
review the statements and information referred to 
in subsection (2);
	(c)	a fee that the Public Trustee considers reasonable for 
anything done under section 21(5) of the Act.
	(b)	by repealing sections 8, 9 and 10.


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Alberta Regulation 25/2006
Teachers' Pension Plans Act
TEACHERS' PENSION PLANS (LEGISLATIVE PROVISIONS) 
(RELATIONSHIP BREAKDOWN EXTENSION 2006) 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: February 2, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 50/2006) 
on February 1, 2006 pursuant to section 23 of the Teachers' Pension Plans Act. 
1   The Teachers' Pension Plans (Legislative Provisions) 
Regulation (AR 204/95) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 17(3) is amended by striking out "2006" and 
substituting "2007".



Alberta Regulation 26/2006
Corrections Act
DESIGNATED CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS AMENDMENT ORDER
Filed: February 2, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Solicitor General and Minister of Public Security 
(M.O. 2/2006) on January 31, 2006 pursuant to section 6(2) of the Corrections Act. 
1   The Designated Correctional Institutions Order 
(AR 252/99) is amended by this Order.



2   Section 1 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Designated correctional institutions
1   The following facilities are hereby designated as correctional 
institutions:
	(a)	Alberta Hospital Edmonton - the Helen Hunley Pavilion, in 
the City of Edmonton;
	(b)	Alsike Minimum Security Camp, in the County of Leduc No. 
25;
	(c)	Calgary Correctional Centre, in the City of Calgary;
	(d)	Calgary Remand Centre, in the City of Calgary;
	(e)	Edmonton Remand Centre, in the City of Edmonton;
	(f)	Fort McMurray Minimum Security Camp, in the Regional 
Municipality of Wood Buffalo;
	(g)	Fort Saskatchewan Correctional Centre, in the City of Fort 
Saskatchewan;
	(h)	Kainai Correctional Centre, located on the Blood Indian 
Reserve, Stand Off;
	(i)	Lethbridge Correctional Centre, in the City of Lethbridge;
	(j)	Medicine Hat Remand Centre, in the City of Medicine Hat;
	(k)	Metis Nation Wilderness Camp, located in the north-west 
corner of the south-west quarter of section 22, township 67, 
range 12, west of the 4th meridian;
	(l)	Peace River Correctional Centre, in the Town of Peace River;
	(m)	Red Deer Remand Centre, in the City of Red Deer;
	(n)	Southern Alberta Forensic Psychiatry Centre, in the City of 
Calgary.


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Alberta Regulation 27/2006
Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION AND PROTECTION OF 
PRIVACY AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: February 8, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 54/2006) 
on February 8, 2006 pursuant to section 94 of the Freedom of Information and 
Protection of Privacy Act. 
1   The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy 
Regulation (AR 200/95) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 6 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Consent to disclosure
6(1)  In this section,
	(a)	"electronic" includes created, recorded, transmitted or 
stored in digital form or in any other intangible form by 
electronic, magnetic or optical means or by any other 
means that have similar capabilities for creation, 
recording, transmission or storage;
	(b)	"electronic signature" means electronic information that 
a person creates or adopts in order to sign a record and 
that is in, attached to or associated with the record.
(2)  The consent of an individual to a public body's using or 
disclosing any of the individual's personal information under 
section 39(1)(b) or 40(1)(d) of the Act
	(a)	must meet the requirements of subsection (4), (5) or (6), 
and
	(b)	must specify to whom the personal information may be 
disclosed and how the personal information may be 
used.
(3)  The consent or request of a third party under section 17(2)(a) 
of the Act must meet the requirements of subsection (4), (5) or (6).
(4)  For the purposes of this section, a consent in writing is valid if 
it is signed by the person who is giving the consent.
(5)  For the purposes of this section, a consent in electronic form is 
valid if
	(a)	the head of the public body has established rules 
respecting the purposes for which consent in an 
electronic form is acceptable,
	(b)	the purpose for which the consent is given falls within 
one or more of the purposes set out in the rules 
mentioned in clause (a),
	(c)	the public body has explicitly communicated that it will 
accept consent in an electronic form,
	(d)	the consent in electronic form
	(i)	is accessible by the public body so as to be usable 
for subsequent reference,
	(ii)	is capable of being retained by the public body, 
and
	(iii)	meets the information technology standards, if any, 
established by the public body,
	(e)	the consent in electronic form includes the electronic 
signature of the person giving the consent,
	(f)	the electronic signature
	(i)	is reliable for the purposes of identifying the 
person giving the consent, and
	(ii)	meets the information technology standards and 
requirements as to the method of making the 
signature and as to the reliability of the signature, 
if any, established by the public body,
			and
	(g)	the association of the electronic signature with the 
consent is reliable for the purpose for which consent is 
given.
(6)  For the purposes of this section, a consent that is given orally 
is valid if
	(a)	the head of the public body has established rules 
respecting the purposes for which consent that is given 
orally is acceptable,
	(b)	the purpose for which the consent is given falls within 
one or more of the purposes set out in the rules 
mentioned in clause (a),
	(c)	the public body has explicitly communicated that it will 
accept consent that is given orally,
	(d)	the record of the consent
	(i)	is accessible by the public body so as to be usable 
for subsequent reference, and
	(ii)	is capable of being retained by the public body,
	(e)	the public body has authenticated the identity of the 
individual giving consent, and
	(f)	the method of authentication is reliable for the purpose 
of verifying the identity of the individual and for 
associating the consent with the individual.
(7)  For the purposes of subsection (6)(d), a record of the consent 
must be
	(a)	an audio recording of the consent created by or on 
behalf of the public body,
	(b)	in the form of documentation of the consent created by 
an independent third party, or
	(c)	in the form of documentation of the consent created by 
the public body in accordance with the rules established 
by the head of the public body.
(8)  Nothing in this section requires a person to give consent in an 
electronic form or orally.

3   Section 11(2) is amended by striking out "copying in 
accordance with item 6" and substituting "producing a copy of a 
record in accordance with items 3 to 6".

4   Section 12 is amended
	(a)	by repealing subsection (1) and substituting the 
following:
Estimate of fees
12(1)  An estimate provided under section 93(3) of the Act 
must set out, as applicable,
	(a)	the time and cost to search for, locate and retrieve 
a record;
	(b)	the cost of computer processing and related 
charges to produce the record from an electronic 
record;
	(c)	the time and cost for computer programming to 
produce the record from an electronic record;
	(d)	the cost to produce a copy of the record;
	(e)	the time and cost for preparing and handling the 
record for disclosure;
	(f)	the time and cost to supervise an applicant who 
wishes to examine the original record;
	(g)	the cost of shipping the record or a copy of the 
record.
	(b)	in subsection (2) by striking out "only include the cost 
of copying the record" and substituting "include only the 
cost of producing a copy of the record in accordance with 
section 11(2)".

5   Section 15 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1)
	(i)	in clause (g) by striking out "12(3)" and 
substituting "15(1)";
	(ii)	by repealing clause (h);
	(b)	by repealing subsection (3.4).

6   Section 17 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1) by repealing clauses (c), (h) and 
(i);
	(b)	by repealing subsection (3).

7   Schedule 1 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Schedule 1 
All boards, committees and councils established under section 7 
of the Government Organization Act whether or not they are 
included in the list of agencies, boards, commissions, 
corporations, offices or other bodies designated below as public 
bodies.
Any subsidiary of a public body designated below.
Aboriginal Affairs and 
Northern Development
Metis Settlements Appeal Tribunal
Northern Alberta Development Council
Advanced Education
Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training Board
Alberta Council on Admissions and Transfer
Appeal Boards appointed under Part 4 of the Apprenticeship  
   and Industry Training Act
Campus Alberta Quality Council
Committees established under section 4 of the Alberta 
   Heritage Scholarship Act
Student Financial Assistance Appeal Committees
Students Finance Board
Agriculture, Food and Rural Development
Agriculture Financial Services Corporation
Alberta Agricultural Products Marketing Council
Alberta Environmentally Sustainable Agriculture Council
Alberta Grain Commission
Board of Trustees of the Wheat Board Money Trust
Farm Implement Board
Farmers' Advocate
Hall of Fame Selection Committee
Irrigation Council
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act Appeal Tribunal
Meat Advisory Committee
Production Animal Medicine Advisory Committee
Children's Services
Appeal Committees appointed under the Family Support for 
   Children with Disabilities Act
Appeal Panels appointed under the Child, Youth and Family 
   Enhancement Act
Appeal Panels appointed under the Social Care Facilities 
   Licensing Act
Child and Family Services Authorities established under the 
   Child and Family Services Authorities Act
Calgary and Area CFSA
Central Alberta CFSA
East Central Alberta CFSA
Edmonton and Area CFSA
Metis Settlements CFSA
North Central Alberta CFSA
Northeast Alberta CFSA
Northwest Alberta CFSA
Southeast Alberta CFSA
Southwest Alberta CFSA
Child and Youth Advocate
Premier's Council on Alberta's Promise
Social Care Facilities Review Committee
Community Development
Alberta Foundation for the Arts
Alberta Historical Resources Foundation
Alberta Human Rights and Citizenship Commission
Alberta Palaeontological Advisory Committee
Alberta Sport, Recreation, Parks and Wildlife Foundation
Crowsnest Pass Historical Corridor Advisory Committee
Fort George - Buckingham House Advisory Board 
Francophone Secretariat
Government House Foundation
Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump Interpretive Centre Advisory 
   Committee
Human Rights, Citizenship and Multiculturalism Education 
   Fund Advisory Committee 
Oil Sands Discovery Centre Advisory Committee
Provincial Archives of Alberta Advisory Board
Remington - Alberta Carriage Centre Advisory Committee
Reynolds - Alberta Museum Advisory Board
Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village Advisory Board
Victoria Settlement Advisory Committee
Wild Rose Foundation
Economic Development
Aboriginal Tourism Advisory Council
Alberta Economic Development Authority
Film Commission Advisory Council
Strategic Tourism Marketing Council
Education
Alberta Teachers' Retirement Fund Board
Attendance Board
Board of Reference
Certification Appeal Committee
Complainant Review Committee
Council on Alberta Teaching Standards
Practice Review Appeal Committee
Practice Review Panel
Small and Rural School Programming Advisory Committee
Special Needs Tribunal
Energy
Alberta Energy and Utilities Board
Alberta Petroleum Marketing Commission
Electric Utilities Act Advisory Committee
Freehold Mineral Rights Tax Appeal Board
Environment
Drainage Council
Environmental Appeals Board
Environmental Protection Advisory Committee
Natural Resources Conservation Board (common 
   responsibility with Sustainable Resource Development)
Executive Council
Alberta Order of Excellence Council
Public Affairs Bureau
Finance
Alberta Capital Finance Authority
Alberta Government Telephones Commission
Alberta Insurance Council
Alberta Pensions Administration Corporation
Alberta Securities Commission
Alberta Securities Commission Policy Advisory Committee
Alberta Treasury Branches
Appeal Panels formed under the Insurance Councils 
   Regulation (AR 126/2001)
ATB Investment Services Inc.
Audit Committee
Automobile Insurance Rate Board
Credit Union Deposit Guarantee Corporation
Endowment Fund Policy Committee
Gainers Inc.
General Insurance Council
Insurance Adjusters' Council
Investment Operations Committee
Life Insurance Council
Local Authorities Pension Plan Board of Trustees
Management Employees Pension Board
N.A. Properties (1994) Ltd. (amalgamates 354713 Alberta  
   Ltd., 391760 Alberta Ltd. and S.C. Properties Ltd.) and  
   subsidiaries
Provincial Judges and Masters in Chambers Pension Plan 
   Advisory Committee
Public Service Pension Board
Special Forces Pension Board
Supplementary Retirement Plan for Public Service  
   Managers Advisory Committee
Gaming
Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission
Alberta Gaming Research Council
Alberta Gaming Research Institute
Appeal Tribunal appointed under section 23 of the  
   Horse Racing Alberta Act
Government Services
Alberta Funeral Services Regulatory Board
Alberta Motor Vehicle Industry Council
Appeal Boards appointed under the Cemeteries Act
Appeal Boards appointed under the Fair Trading Act
Appeal Boards appointed under the Funeral Services Act
Debtors' Assistance Board
Personal Information Protection Act Advisory Committee
Health and Wellness
Acupuncture Board of Examiners
Acupuncture Committee
Alberta Advisory Committee on AIDS
Alberta Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission
Alberta College of Combined Laboratory and X-ray 
   Technicians
Alberta Expert Review Panel for Blood Borne Infections 
   in Health Care Workers
Alberta Health Facilities Review Committee
Alberta Management Committee on Drug Utilization
Ambulance Advisory and Appeal Board
Ambulance Governance Advisory Committee
Ambulance Medical Review Committee
Board of Examiners in Podiatry
Dental Disciplines Advisory Committee
Expert Committee on Drug Evaluation and Therapeutics
Eye Care Disciplines Advisory Committee
Health Disciplines Board
Health Professions Advisory Board
Health Quality Council of Alberta
Hospital Privileges Appeal Board
Mental Health Patient Advocate
Midwifery Health Disciplines Committee
MS Drug Review Panel
Out-of-Country Health Services Appeal Panel
Out-of-Country Health Services Committee
Physician Resource Planning Committee
Policy Advisory Committee on Blood Services
Premier's Advisory Council on Health
Public Health Appeal Board
Review Panels appointed under the Mental Health Act
Rural Physician Action Plan Coordinating Committee
Human Resources and Employment
Appeal Board appointed under the Land Agents Licensing  
   Act
Appeal Committee appointed under the Recovery, 
   Administrative Penalties and Appeals Regulation  
   (AR 381/2003)
Appeal Panels appointed under the Income and Employment 
   Supports Act
Appeal Panels appointed under the Widows' Pension Act
Appeals Commission for Alberta Workers' Compensation
Board of Examiners for Mines
Classification Appeal Board
Health Benefits Review Committee under the Recovery, 
   Administrative Penalties and Appeals Regulation  
   (AR 381/2003)
Joint First Aid Training Standards Board
Labour Relations Board
Occupational Health and Safety Council
Personnel Administration Office
Government of Alberta Dental Plan Trust
Government Employees Group Extended Medical 
   Benefits Plan Trust
Public Emergency Tribunal under the Burial of the Dead  
   Act
Radiation Health Advisory Committee
Review Committee under the Recovery, Administrative  
   Penalties and Appeals Regulation (AR 381/2003)
Umpires under the Employment Standards Code
Workers' Compensation Board
Infrastructure and Transportation
Alberta Transportation Safety Board
Innovation and Science
Alberta Agricultural Research Institute
Alberta Energy Research Institute
Alberta Forestry Research Institute
Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research
Alberta Heritage Foundation for Science and Engineering  
   Research
Alberta Information and Communications Technology  
   Institute
Alberta Life Sciences Research Institute
Alberta Science and Research Authority
Alberta Research Council Inc.
iCORE Inc.
Alberta Science and Research Authority International  
   Expert Review Panel
Justice and Attorney General
Alberta Review Board
Appeal Panels appointed under the Civil Enforcement 
   Regulation (AR 276/95)
Fatality Review Board
Notaries Public Review Committee
Provincial Court Nominating Committee
Municipal Affairs
Municipal Government Board
Safety Codes Council
Special Areas Board
Restructuring and Government Efficiency
Fees and Charges Monitoring Committee
Information and Communications Technology (ICT)/ 
   SuperNet Advisory Committee
Regulatory Review Secretariat
Seniors and Community Supports
Alberta Aids to Daily Living and Extended Health Benefits 
   Appeal Panels
Alberta Social Housing Corporation
Appeal Panels appointed under the Assured Income for the 
   Severely Handicapped Act
Appeal Panels appointed under the Dependent Adults Act
Appeal Panels appointed under the Seniors Benefit Act
Persons with Developmental Disabilities
Calgary Region Community Board
Central Region Community Board
Edmonton Region Community Board
Northeast Region Community Board
Northwest Region Community Board
Provincial Board
South Region Community Board
Premier's Council on the Status of Persons with Disabilities
Seniors Advisory Council for Alberta
Solicitor General and Public Security
Criminal Injuries Review Board
Law Enforcement Review Board
Victims of Crime Programs Committee
Youth Justice Committees sanctioned by the Solicitor  
   General and Minister of Public Security through section 
   18 of the Youth Criminal Justice Act (Canada)
Sustainable Resource Development
Land Compensation Board
Natural Resources Conservation Board (common  
   responsibility with Environment)
Surface Rights Board

8   Schedule 2 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Schedule 2  
 
Freedom of Information and Protection of  
Privacy Act:  Fees Schedule
The amount of the fees set out in this Schedule are the maximum 
amounts that can be charged to applicants. 

1
For searching for, locating and 
retrieving a record
$6.75 per 1/4 hr.
2
For producing a record from an 
electronic record


(a)   Computer processing and  
        related charges
Actual cost to 
public body

(b)   Computer programming
Actual cost to 
public body up to 
$20.00 per 1/4 hr.
3
For producing a paper copy of a record:


(a)   photocopies and computer 
       printouts:


    (i)   black and white up to  
           8 1/2" x 14"
 
$0.25 per page

    (ii)  other formats
$0.50 per page

(b)   from microfiche or microfilm
$0.50 per page

(c)   plans and blueprints
Actual cost to 
public body
4
For producing a copy of a record by 
duplication of the following media:


(a)  microfiche and microfilm
Actual cost to 
public body

(b)  computer disks
$5.00 per disk

(c)  computer tapes
Actual cost to 
public body

(d)  slides
$2.00 per slide

(e)  audio and video tapes
Actual cost to 
public body
5
For producing a photographic copy 
(colour or black and white) printed on 
photographic paper from a negative, 
slide or digital image


(a)  4" x 6"
$3.00

(b)  5" x 7"
$6.00

(c)  8" x 10"
$10.00

(d)  11" x 14"
$20.00

(e)  16" x 20"
$30.00
6
For producing a copy of a record by 
any process or in any medium or format 
not listed in sections 3 to 5 above
Actual cost to 
public body
7
For preparing and handling a record for 
disclosure
 
$6.75 per 1/4 hr.
8
For supervising the examination of a 
record
 
$6.75 per 1/4 hr.
9
For shipping a record or a copy of a 
record
Actual cost to 
public body

9   Sections 11(2), 12(1) and Schedule 2 of the Freedom of 
Information and Protection of Privacy Regulation 
(AR 200/95) as they read immediately before they were 
amended or repealed and replaced by sections 3, 4 and 8, 
respectively, of this Regulation continue in force as if not 
amended or repealed in respect of requests made under 
section 7 of the Act before April 1, 2006.

10   Sections 3, 4 and 8 come into force on April 1, 2006.


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Alberta Regulation 28/2006
Fuel Tax Act
FUEL TAX AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: February 8, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 55/2006) 
on February 8, 2006 pursuant to section 51 of the Fuel Tax Act. 
1   The Fuel Tax Regulation (AR 388/87) is amended by this 
Regulation.

2   Section 12.2(3)(c)(iii) is amended by striking out "or" at 
the end of paragraph (A), by adding "or" at the end of 
paragraph (B), and by adding the following after paragraph 
(B):
	(C)	on the land legally described as Plan 0322267, Block 1, Lot 
1, excepting thereout all mines and minerals, as long as that 
land is owned by Heart Lake Natural Resource Development 
Incorporated on behalf of the Heart Lake First Nation and if 
the sale is made before March 1, 2007, or such later date as 
the Minister determines.

3   This Regulation is deemed to have come into force on 
September 1, 2005.


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Alberta Regulation 29/2006
Tobacco Tax Act
TOBACCO TAX AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: February 8, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 57/2006) 
on February 8, 2006 pursuant to section 48 of the Tobacco Tax Act. 
1   The Tobacco Tax Regulation (AR 273/83) is amended by 
this Regulation.

2   Section 13(2.1)(c)(iii) is amended by striking out "or" at 
the end of paragraph (A), by adding "or" at the end of 
paragraph (B) and by adding the following after paragraph 
(B):
	(C)	on the land legally described as Plan 0322267, Block 1, Lot 
1, excepting thereout all mines and minerals, as long as that 
land is owned by Heart Lake Natural Resource Development 
Incorporated on behalf of the Heart Lake First Nation and if 
the sale is made before March 1, 2007, or such later date as 
the Minister determines;


Alberta Regulation 30/2006
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
ALBERTA MILK PLAN MINIMUM PRICE FOR 
SUB-CLASS 1A MILK ORDER
Filed: February 9, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board on February 
2, 2006 pursuant to section 5(4) of the Alberta Milk Plan Regulation (AR 150/2002). 
Minimum price for sub-class 1a milk
1   The minimum price for sub-class 1a milk to be paid by processors 
for a hectolitre of sub-class 1a milk is $72.05.
Repeal
2   The Alberta Milk Plan Minimum Price for Sub-Class 1a Milk 
Order (AR 247/2005) is repealed.
Coming into force
3   This Order comes into force on March 1, 2006.


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Alberta Regulation 31/2006
Public Health Act
FOOD REGULATION
Filed: February 10, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 53/2006) 
on February 8, 2006 pursuant to section 66 of the Public Health Act. 
Table of Contents
Interpretation
	1	Interpretation
	2	Application
Part 1 
Permits and Operation under Permit
	3	Requirement for permit
	4	Permits
	5	Permit information
	6	Notification by permit holder
	7	Term and duration
	8	Permit fee exemptions
	9	Terms and conditions
	10	Non-transferability
	11	Suspension
	12	Cancellation
	13	Notification
	14	Display
Part 2 
Commercial Food Establishments
	15	Food handling permit
	16	Approval of plans and specifications
	17	General construction requirements
	18	Equipment, utensil and food surface requirements
	19	Basic operating requirements
	20	Storage of articles and materials
	21	Pests and control measures
	22	Requirement to obtain certain food from approved sources
	23	Contamination and unfitness for human consumption
	24	Processing
	25	Storage, display and transportation
	26	Transportation, storage or distribution units
	27	Previously served food
	28	Facilities, equipment and utensils - post-construction
	29	Sanitation procedures
	30	Food handlers - hygiene and health
	31	Food safety training
	32	Live animals
Part 3 
Farmers' Markets
	33	Farmers' market permit
	34	General building requirements
	35	Regular duties of permit holder
	36	Stallholder requirements
Part 4 
Special Events and Temporary Food Establishments
	37	Notification of special event
	38	Responsibility of organizer
	39	Notification regarding temporary food establishment
	40	Additional responsibilities of organizer
	41	Temporary food establishment requirements
	42	Food handling requirements
	43	Food handler requirements
	44	Additional temporary food establishment requirements
	45	Education
Part 5 
Community Organization Functions
	46	Interpretation
	47	Notification of community organization function
	48	Duration of function
	49	Food handling requirements
	50	Education
Part 6 
Bed and Breakfasts
	51	Requirement for permit
	52	Food handling requirements
Part 7 
Transitional, Repeal, Expiry 
and Coming into Force
	53	Transitional
	54	Repeal
	55	Expiry
	56	Coming into force
Interpretation
Interpretation
1(1)  In this Regulation,
	(a)	"abattoir" means an abattoir within the meaning of the Meat 
Inspection Regulation (AR 42/2003);
	(b)	"Act" means the Public Health Act;
	(c)	"approved food establishment" means a food establishment 
in respect of which a food handling permit has been issued 
by a regional health authority;
	(d)	"bake sale" means the sale of low risk foods by a community 
organization exclusively for the purpose of raising funds for 
the operation of the community organization or for another 
charitable purpose, but does not include a bake sale operated 
as part of a special event;
	(e)	"bed and breakfast" means a private dwelling occupied by 
the owner or operator that offers overnight lodging and 
breakfast, but no other meal, for a fee, to no more than 8 
registered guests at one time;
	(f)	"commercial caterer" means a person who handles food for 
the purpose of serving the food at varying locations for some 
form of compensation;
	(g)	"commercial food establishment" means a food 
establishment that is neither specifically exempt from the 
operation of this Regulation nor dealt with in Part 3, 4, 5 or 
6;
	(h)	"community organization" means a non-profit organization, 
including but not limited to a community association, service 
club, multicultural association, church, school, sports team or 
recreational club;
	(i)	"community organization function" means an occasional 
function open to the general public at which food is provided 
for attendees by volunteer caterers, where the function is run 
by a community organization exclusively for the purpose of 
raising funds for the operation of the community organization 
or for another social or charitable purpose, including but not 
limited to community sports events, fall harvest suppers and 
wild game dinners, but does not include a community 
organization function operated as part of a special event;
	(j)	"container" means a receptacle or covering used to contain, 
cover, package or wrap food;
	(k)	"contamination" means
	(i)	foreign matter, including filth or a pest,
	(ii)	poisonous substances, disease-causing micro-organisms 
or parasites, or toxins, or
	(iii)	any substance that might render food unsafe for human 
consumption;
	(l)	"equipment" means any appliance, apparatus or device that is 
or may be used in the operation or maintenance of a food 
establishment, but does not include utensils;
	(m)	"executive officer" means an executive officer within the 
meaning of section 9 or 16 of the Act;
	(n)	"farmers' market" means a food establishment whose 
proposed operation has been approved by the Minister 
responsible for agriculture as an approved farmers' market 
program under the administration of that Minister's 
department;
	(o)	"farmers' market permit" means a permit issued or renewed 
under Part 1 for the operation of a farmers' market;
	(p)	"food" means any substance, including water and ice, 
intended for use in whole or in part for human consumption, 
but does not include a drug, medication or health related 
product regulated under the Pharmaceutical Profession Act 
or the Food and Drugs Act (Canada);
	(q)	"food bank" means a non-profit organization that
	(i)	operates exclusively to provide food to persons in need,
	(ii)	provides food for consumption by such persons off the 
organization's premises, and
	(iii)	does not process food;
	(r)	"food establishment" means a place where food is handled;
	(s)	"food handler" means an individual who handles food, 
utensils or equipment;
	(t)	"food handling area" means the area in a food establishment 
where food is handled and includes all equipment and 
utensils in the area;
	(u)	"food handling permit" means a permit for the operation of a 
commercial food establishment issued or renewed under Part 
1;
	(v)	"handle" means, in relation to food, the supply, sale, offering 
for sale, processing, preparation, packaging, providing, 
display, service, dispensing, storage or transportation of any 
food that is intended for public consumption;
	(w)	"handwashing station" means a station that is equipped with 
a hand basin and hot and cold running water and that, in its 
immediate vicinity,
	(i)	has a dispenser for the provision of soap or is otherwise 
provided with soap in a container, and
	(ii)	has a method of hand drying that uses single service 
products or a mechanical hand dryer;
	(x)	"high-risk food" means a food with a pH level or a water 
activity level, or a combination of pH and water activity 
levels, that will support the growth of pathogenic 
micro-organisms or the production of their toxins;
	(y)	"low-risk food" means a food with a pH level or a water 
activity level, or a combination of pH and water activity 
levels, that generally will not support the growth of 
pathogenic micro-organisms or the production of their toxins;
	(z)	"meat inspection legislation" means the Meat Inspection Act 
or the Meat Inspection Act (Canada) and the regulations 
under either of them, as the case may be;
	(aa)	"mobile food establishment" means a food establishment 
where the handling of food is primarily conducted from a 
vehicle as defined in the Traffic Safety Act;
	(bb)	"mobile work camp kitchen" means a mobile food 
establishment used for the handling of food at a work camp;
	(cc)	"nuisance" means a condition that is or might become 
injurious or dangerous to the public health, or that might 
hinder in any manner the prevention or suppression of 
disease;
	(dd)	"operator" means the person who manages or directs the 
handling of food in a food establishment, and includes an 
owner as defined in the Act;
	(ee)	"permit" means a food handling permit or a farmers' market 
permit issued or renewed under Part 1;
	(ff)	"pest" means
	(i)	rodents, cockroaches, flies or other insects or other 
vermin, and
	(ii)	any other animals that are potentially destructive to the 
sanitary operation or maintenance of a food 
establishment;
	(gg)	"place" includes any premises or vehicle;
	(hh)	"potluck" means a gathering of individuals where some or all 
of the attendees bring food to be shared with the other 
attendees at no cost to the attendees and includes, without 
limitation, company or church picnics and neighbourhood 
block parties;
	(ii)	"pre-packaged food" means food that was already packaged 
when the person who is selling the food obtained it;
	(jj)	"processing" means transforming food and includes, without 
limitation, the thawing, heating, cutting, cooking, smoking, 
chilling, reheating, salting, canning, freezing and pasteurizing 
of food;
	(kk)	"Province" means the Province of Alberta;
	(ll)	"regional health authority" means a regional health authority 
established under the Regional Health Authorities Act;
	(mm)	"restricted function" means a function that is
	(i)	run by a community organization or an individual 
exclusively for the benefit of the members of the 
organization or the individual's family, and
	(ii)	not open to the general public,
		where attendance is by personal invitation and food is 
provided for attendees by volunteer caterers, including, 
without limitation, meetings, retreats and family reunions;
	(nn)	"sanitary" means free from contamination;
	(oo)	"sanitize" means to treat in such a way as to reduce the 
micro-organism population to a level that does not constitute 
an unsanitary condition;
	(pp)	"serve" includes dispense, supply, feed, sell, distribute or 
provide in any manner;
	(qq)	"service animal" means an animal that is specifically trained 
or being trained for the purpose of providing assistance to 
persons with disabilities;
	(rr)	"single service" means designed to be used only once and 
then discarded;
	(ss)	"social care facility" means an operation that provides care to 
children or adults who require special care and includes, 
without limitation, a day care, a family day home, nursery 
school and an adult group home;
	(tt)	"special event" means an event open to and where food is 
made available to the general public that operates for not 
more than 15 days within a calendar year in any one health 
region and includes, without limitation, fairs, festivals, 
exhibitions, promotional events and carnivals;
	(uu)	"stallholder" means a person who rents space at a farmers' 
market;
	(vv)	"temporary food establishment" means a food establishment 
that operates exclusively at special events;
	(ww)	"utensils" means kitchenware, tableware, cutlery and other 
similar items used in the processing, serving or consuming of 
food;
	(xx)	"volunteer caterer" means a food handler who provides food 
for community organization functions and restricted 
functions and who receives no or at most nominal 
compensation for doing so;
	(yy)	"work camp" means a work camp within the meaning of the 
Work Camps Regulation (AR 218/2002).
(2)  For the purposes of this Regulation, all food in a food 
establishment is deemed to be intended for public consumption unless 
it is clearly segregated and is identified to the satisfaction of the 
executive officer
	(a)	as being held for return to an identified supplier or owner,
	(b)	for disposal, or
	(c)	for the personal use of the operator, food handlers or 
employees working in the food establishment.
(3)  For the purposes of this Regulation,
	(a)	references to performing an activity are deemed to include 
omitting to act, and
	(b)	references to any place where an activity takes place are to be 
taken to include references to any place in, on or from which 
that activity takes place.
Application
2(1)  In this Regulation,
	(a)	Part 2 applies to commercial food establishments,
	(b)	Part 3 applies to farmers' markets,
	(c)	Part 4 applies to special events and temporary food 
establishments,
	(d)	Part 5 applies to community organization functions, and
	(e)	Part 6 applies to bed and breakfasts.
(2)  This Regulation does not apply to food handling for the purpose of 
operating
	(a)	a bake sale,
	(b)	a restricted function,
	(c)	a potluck,
	(d)	a private dwelling where food is handled for consumption by 
the residents of the dwelling and their guests,
	(e)	a social care facility that provides care to no more than 10 
people,
	(f)	a vending machine that dispenses pre-packaged food or food 
supplied by a commissary or depot that warehouses food for 
vending machines and which is identified on a food handling 
permit,
	(g)	a dairy manufacturing plant licensed under the Dairy 
Industry Act,
	(h)	a facility subject to licensing or inspection under the 
applicable meat inspection legislation, including an abattoir,
	(i)	a business that exclusively sells liquor or liquor related 
products, excluding ice that is not pre-packaged, under a 
licence issued under the Gaming and Liquor Act,
	(j)	a farm selling unprocessed horticultural products, when the 
products come from a farmer's farm and the sale is 
conducted by the farmer from the farm,
	(k)	a place registered with the Canadian Food Inspection 
Agency,
	(l)	a business that provides customers with complimentary low 
risk foods but is not otherwise engaged in food handling, or
	(m)	any other operation or event that is specified by the Minister 
in writing.
(3)  Notwithstanding subsection (2) or any other exemption under this 
Regulation, no food handling is exempt from the operation of this 
Regulation if, in the opinion of the regional health authority, the 
exemption would or is likely to create a nuisance.
(4)  If a regional health authority has decided under subsection (3) that 
food handling that would otherwise be exempt from the operation of 
this Regulation would or is likely to create a nuisance, the regional 
health authority, in addition to any other remedy provided under the 
Act or regulations, may by order establish in what respect and to what 
extent the provisions of this Regulation apply to the food handling.
(5)  A decision of a regional health authority under subsection (3) or an 
order made by the regional health authority under subsection (4) may 
be appealed to the Public Health Appeal Board in accordance with 
section 5 of the Act.
(6)  The Food Retail and Foodservices Code prepared and published 
by the Department and dated October 2003 is hereby adopted as 
amended from time to time and forms part of this Regulation.
Part 1 
Permits and Operation under Permit
Requirement for permit
3(1)  No person shall operate a food establishment unless
	(a)	the person is an operator who holds a valid and subsisting 
permit for the operation of the food establishment, and
	(b)	the food establishment is identified on the permit as approved 
by the regional health authority that issued the permit.
(2)  Subject to section 2(2) and Parts 3 and 5, no person shall handle 
food except in an approved food establishment.
(3)  Notwithstanding subsection (1), a permit is not required for the 
operation of
	(a)	a community organization function,
	(b)	a business that provides individually portioned samples of a 
particular food at no charge for the purpose of promoting the 
sale of that food,
	(c)	a stall at a farmers' market, or
	(d)	a temporary food establishment at a special event.
(4)  An operator whose activities are exempt under subsection (3) from 
the permit requirements of this Regulation must ensure that all food 
handling complies with the relevant provisions of this Regulation.
Permits
4(1)  An application for a permit must be made to the regional health 
authority in whose health region the applicant proposes to handle food.
(2)  An application for a permit must be in writing in the form required 
by the regional health authority and must
	(a)	identify the food establishment that the applicant proposes to 
operate,
	(b)	identify the operator, and
	(c)	provide any other information required by the regional health 
authority including, without limitation, information regarding 
any vehicles that are an integral part of the food handling 
operation.
(3)  A regional health authority may at any time require an applicant to 
provide it with further information respecting the application.
(4)  A regional health authority must issue a permit to an applicant 
after
	(a)	receiving the properly completed application,
	(b)	receiving the permit fee in the amount set by the Minister, 
and
	(c)	being satisfied that the proposed operator and food 
establishment meet the applicable requirements of this 
Regulation.
(5)  A regional health authority must establish a system and rules for 
renewals of permits and those rules must include the requirement to 
pay to the regional health authority the renewal fee in the amount set 
by the Minister, and any other direction given by the Minister.
(6)  A permit that approves and authorizes the operation of a mobile 
food establishment
	(a)	is valid across the Province, and
	(b)	may be issued by any regional health authority in whose 
health region the mobile food establishment or 
establishments operates.
(7)  A permit may approve and authorize the operation of only one 
food establishment.
(8)  Where a person operates more than one mobile work camp kitchen 
within the jurisdiction of a single regional health authority, 
notwithstanding subsection (7), one permit from that authority covers 
all of those mobile work camp kitchens in that jurisdiction to the extent 
that a mobile work camp kitchen has not provided services to or 
remained located at any one particular work camp in that jurisdiction 
for a continuous period of 12 months that expires at any time within 
the term of the permit.
Permit information
5(1)  A regional health authority must ensure that each permit granted 
by it
	(a)	states the name of the operator,
	(b)	identifies the location of the food establishment approved 
under the permit,
	(c)	states the term for which the permit has been granted, and
	(d)	is signed by an executive officer.
(2)  In addition to the requirements of subsection (1), where a permit 
applies to a mobile food establishment, the permit must identify the 
vehicle that is used.
Notification by permit holder
6   A permit holder must notify the regional health authority that 
issued the permit in writing regarding
	(a)	any change in the information provided in the application for 
the permit, or
	(b)	any change in the operation of or major renovations or 
alterations to the food establishment in respect of which the 
permit was issued.
Term and duration
7(1)  The term of a permit must not exceed a period of one year.
(2)  A permit is valid until the end of its term unless the permit is 
suspended under section 11 or cancelled under section 12.
(3)  Notwithstanding subsections (1) and (2), on the death of an 
operator who held a valid and subsisting permit under this Regulation, 
the deceased's legal personal representative may continue to operate 
the food establishment in respect of which the permit was issued for a 
period of 12 months following the date of death if
	(a)	the regional health authority is notified of the death,
	(b)	the permit renewal fee is paid prior to the expiry date of the 
original permit, and
	(c)	the food establishment is operated in accordance with this 
Regulation and any conditions to which the permit is subject.
Permit fee exemptions
8(1)  An operator is exempt from paying the permit issue or renewal 
fee if the operator
	(a)	operates an organization that is registered as a charitable 
organization under the Income Tax Act (Canada),
	(b)	sells only pre-packaged low-risk foods,
	(c)	operates a social care facility that provides care to more than 
10 people,
	(d)	operates a bed and breakfast, or
	(e)	is specified in writing by the Minister as exempt.
(2)  The regional health authority may exempt an operator from 
payment of the permit issue or renewal fee if it considers the 
exemption appropriate.
Terms and conditions
9(1)  A regional health authority may make the issue or renewal of a 
permit subject to
	(a)	restrictions on the type of food that, or the manner in which 
any type of food, may be served, manufactured, processed or 
stored, and
	(b)	any other terms and conditions the regional health authority 
considers to be appropriate.
(2)  The terms and conditions must be stated on the permit.
(3)  The regional health authority may recall a permit and add to, 
delete or vary the terms and conditions to which a permit is subject.
(4)  An operator must ensure that the terms and conditions of the 
permit are not contravened.
(5)  A person who carries on any activity under the purported authority 
of a permit must comply with the terms and conditions of the permit.
(6)  A regional health authority that issues a permit to a commercial 
caterer must include as a condition on the permit the requirement that 
all food handling must occur in an approved food establishment except 
for the serving of the food.
Non-transferability
10   Subject to section 7(3), a permit is not transferable.
Suspension
11  A regional health authority may suspend a permit where it 
considers that
	(a)	there is an unsanitary condition in the food establishment, or
	(b)	there has been a contravention of the Act, an order under 
section 62 of the Act, the regulations under the Act or a term 
or condition of a permit, whether or not the permit holder has 
been prosecuted in respect of the contravention.
Cancellation
12(1)  A regional health authority may cancel a permit where
	(a)	the permit is under suspension and the conditions that led to 
the suspension are not rectified within a reasonable time after 
the suspension,
	(b)	the approved food establishment is no longer operated at the 
premises where the permit indicates the food establishment is 
to be operated,
	(c)	the operator that is identified on the permit ceases to be the 
operator of the approved food establishment,
	(d)	there has been a contravention of the Act, an order under 
section 62 of the Act, the regulations under the Act or a term 
or condition of a permit, whether or not the permit holder has 
been prosecuted in respect of the contravention, or
	(e)	the operator applies to have the permit cancelled.
(2)  A permit remains the property of the regional health authority that 
issued or renewed it.
(3)  If a permit is suspended or cancelled, the operator must return the 
permit to the regional health authority that suspended or cancelled it.
(4)  A permit issued to a mobile food establishment may be suspended 
or cancelled by any regional health authority in whose region the 
mobile food establishment operates.
(5)  If a permit that has been issued to a mobile food establishment is 
suspended or cancelled by a regional health authority other than the 
authority that issued or renewed it, the authority that suspended or 
cancelled the permit must notify the authority that issued or renewed it 
in writing of the suspension or cancellation.
Notification
13(1)  Where an application for a permit or a renewal is refused, the 
regional health authority must
	(a)	notify the applicant in writing of that fact, and
	(b)	return the permit issue or renewal fee, as the case may be, to 
the person who paid it.
(2)  Where a permit is suspended or is cancelled, the authority must 
notify the operator of that fact, stating the reasons for the suspension or 
cancellation.
(3)  A notice of suspension or cancellation of a permit must be in 
writing and is not valid unless signed by an executive officer.
Display
14(1)  An operator must ensure that the permit is displayed in a 
conspicuous place in the approved food establishment where it may be 
easily seen by persons served.
(2)  A commercial caterer must ensure that the permit is available for 
inspection by an executive officer.
Part 2 
Commercial Food Establishments
Food handling permit
15(1)  The operator of a commercial food establishment must apply 
for a food handling permit in accordance with Part 1 of this 
Regulation.
(2)  An operator must ensure that the operation and maintenance of the 
commercial food establishment is conducted in accordance with this 
Part.
Approval of plans and specifications
16   A person must not construct or make alterations to a commercial 
food establishment unless plans and specifications for the construction 
or alterations, as the case may be, have been approved by the executive 
officer.
General construction requirements
17(1)  An operator must ensure that, before operation of the 
commercial food establishment commences, the commercial food 
establishment
	(a)	is of sound construction and in a good state of repair,
	(b)	is designed so as to facilitate the effective cleaning and 
sanitizing of it and of all equipment, utensils and surfaces 
with which food comes into contact in it,
	(c)	is designed so as to ensure the safe and sanitary handling of 
food in it,
	(d)	has all its food handling areas separated from living quarters 
and from other areas where activities are carried out that are 
incompatible with the safe and sanitary handling of food,
	(e)	has handwashing stations that are adequate in number and 
situated so as to ensure convenient access by all food 
handlers, and
	(f)	is
	(i)	supplied with hot and cold running water that is safe for 
human consumption and available in quantities 
sufficient to meet the needs of the commercial food 
establishment,
	(ii)	connected to a lawful and properly operating sewage 
disposal system,
	(iii)	equipped with lighting that is adequate in intensity to 
enable the sanitary operation and maintenance of the 
food handling areas, and
	(iv)	equipped with a properly operating means of providing 
ventilation to food handling areas that are subject to the 
generation or accumulation of odours, fumes, steam, 
vapours, smoke or excessive heat.
(2)  The operator must ensure that the commercial food establishment 
is constructed to control the entry of pests.
(3)  Nothing in this Part is to be construed as setting aside or limiting 
any requirements of the Alberta Building Code or the Occupational 
Health and Safety Act and the regulations under that Act.
(4)  The executive officer may approve alternative arrangements for 
the requirements of subsection (1)(f) if in the opinion of the executive 
officer the alternative arrangements will not impair the safe and 
sanitary operation and maintenance of the commercial food 
establishment.
Equipment, utensil and food surface requirements
18   An operator must ensure that
	(a)	all equipment and utensils used in the commercial food 
establishment and all surfaces in it with which food comes 
into contact are entirely constructed or manufactured from 
materials that are suitable for their intended purpose, durable, 
easily cleanable and free from any undesirable substance, and
	(b)	all refrigeration and hot holding equipment used in the 
commercial food establishment is
	(i)	of a type and capacity that are adequate to meet the 
needs of the commercial food establishment,
	(ii)	capable of maintaining the respective temperatures 
required by section 25, and
	(iii)	equipped with an accurate thermometer.
Basic operating requirements
19   A person must not operate a commercial food establishment 
unless
	(a)	all the requisite plans and specifications referred to in section 
16 for the commercial food establishment have been 
approved by the executive officer, and
	(b)	it is constructed and maintained in accordance with that 
approval.
Storage of articles and materials
20(1)  All articles and materials in a commercial food establishment 
that are not associated with or required for the operation or 
maintenance of the food areas must be stored separately from the food 
and the food areas and in a manner that contaminates neither.
(2)  All chemicals, cleansers and other similar agents associated with 
or required for the operation or maintenance of the food areas must be 
stored
	(a)	in containers that are not intended to be used to store food 
and that are clearly labelled to identify their contents, and
	(b)	in such a manner as to prevent the contamination of any food 
or food area.
Pests and control measures
21(1)  The commercial food establishment and any surrounding area, 
premises or facilities supporting the commercial food establishment 
must be kept free of pests and of conditions that lead to the harbouring 
or breeding of pests.
(2)  A written record of all pest control measures used in the 
commercial food establishment and surrounding area, premises and 
facilities referred to in subsection (1) must be maintained.
Requirement to obtain certain food from approved sources
22(1)  Subject to this section, a commercial food establishment must 
obtain all food that is liable under law to inspection by the Government 
of Canada or Alberta or by an agency of either from a source that is 
subject to inspection by that entity.
(2)  Subsection (1) does not apply to a food establishment that lawfully 
provides cutting and wrapping services for uninspected meat, but such 
meat must be clearly labelled, adequately separated from all other food 
and identified as not for public consumption to the satisfaction of the 
executive officer.
(3)  The regional health authority may, where it is satisfied that public 
health will be adequately protected, authorize the use of uninspected 
wild game, being wildlife within the meaning of the Wildlife Act, for 
the holding of wild game dinners or food bank or soup kitchen 
donations.
Contamination and unfitness for human consumption
23(1)  All food used or to be used in a commercial food establishment 
must be
	(a)	protected from contamination, and
	(b)	handled in a sanitary manner.
(2)  Subject to any procedure involved in disposing of it that is 
otherwise in accordance with the law, food that has become 
contaminated or otherwise unfit for human consumption must not be 
served, offered for sale, processed, packaged, displayed or stored for 
human consumption.
Processing
24   All food handling in a commercial food establishment must be 
done in a manner that makes the food safe to eat.
Storage, display and transportation
25(1)  All high-risk food must be stored, displayed and transported at 
a temperature of
	(a)	not more than 4?C or such higher temperature, or
	(b)	not less than 60?C or such lower temperature
as an executive officer stipulates under subsection (4).
(2)  All food that needs to be kept frozen in order to maintain its fitness 
for human consumption must be and remain frozen while being stored, 
displayed, packaged or transported.
(3)  Subsection (1) does not apply to whole raw shell eggs, which must 
be stored, displayed, packaged or transported at a temperature not 
exceeding 7?C or such other temperature as an executive officer 
stipulates under subsection (4).
(4)  An executive officer may authorize alternative temperatures for 
the purposes of subsections (1) and (3), with associated conditions, if 
applicable, if that officer is satisfied that those temperatures, along 
with those conditions, pose no risk that the food will become unfit for 
human consumption.
Transportation, storage or distribution units
26   A commercial food establishment that is a food transportation, 
storage or distribution unit must be operated in a manner that does not 
create a nuisance.
Previously served food
27   Food that has previously been served must not be re-served unless
	(a)	it is a low-risk food,
	(b)	it has remained free of contamination, and
	(c)	either
	(i)	it is, and on each previous occasion was, served in a 
container designed to prevent contamination, or
	(ii)	it is individually packaged, and has remained unopened 
and untampered with in its original container.
Facilities, equipment and utensils - post-construction
28(1)  A commercial food establishment must have all the facilities, 
equipment and utensils that are necessary to ensure its safe operation 
and maintenance.
(2)  A commercial food establishment, all equipment and utensils in it 
and all surfaces in it with which food comes into contact must be 
maintained in a sanitary condition and, without limiting the foregoing, 
must be washed and sanitized in a manner that removes contamination.
(3)  All equipment and utensils in a commercial food establishment 
must be
	(a)	kept in good working order and condition, and
	(b)	maintained in a manner that ensures the safe and sanitary 
handling of food.
(4)  Single service utensils must not be used more than once.
Sanitation procedures
29(1)  A commercial food establishment must have written procedures 
designed to ensure its safe and sanitary operation and maintenance.
(2)  The procedures must include
	(a)	the cleaning and sanitizing requirements for the commercial 
food establishment and for all equipment and utensils in it, if 
any, that are not normally washed in a dishwasher, and
	(b)	a list of all cleaning and sanitizing agents used in the 
commercial food establishment, including their 
concentrations and uses.
Food handlers - hygiene and health
30(1)  A food handler must
	(a)	wear clean clothing and footwear,
	(b)	exhibit cleanliness and good personal hygiene,
	(c)	ensure that food is not contaminated by hair,
	(d)	wash hands as often as necessary to prevent the 
contamination of food or food areas,
	(e)	refrain from smoking in a food area, and
	(f)	refrain from any other conduct that could result in the 
contamination of food or a food area.
(2)  A person must not work as a food handler if prohibited from 
working by or under the Communicable Diseases Regulation 
(AR 238/85).
(3)  The operator must ensure that subsections (1) and (2) are complied 
with.
(4)  The handwashing stations referred to in section 17(1)(e) must be 
maintained and kept supplied.
Food safety training
31(1)  A person operating a commercial food establishment must, at 
any time when there are 5 or fewer food handlers working on the 
premises, ensure that at least one individual who has care and control 
of the commercial food establishment holds a certificate issued by the 
Minister confirming that individual's successful completion of a food 
sanitation and hygiene training program or a document that the 
Minister considers equivalent to such a certificate.
(2)  A person operating a commercial food establishment must, at any 
time when there are 6 or more food handlers working on the premises, 
ensure that at least one member of the management or supervisory staff 
of the commercial food establishment holds a certificate or equivalent 
document referred to in subsection (1) and that that individual is 
present at the commercial food establishment at the time.
(3)  This section does not apply to a commercial food establishment 
where
	(a)	only unpackaged food that is low-risk is made available to 
the public, or
	(b)	all the food received by the commercial food establishment 
for public consumption is received in pre-packaged form and 
is made available to the public only in the same form in 
which it was received.
Live animals
32   A live animal must not be permitted in a food area, except
	(a)	a service animal to the extent that the law gives service 
animal handlers rights with respect to that food area,
	(b)	an animal that is in an abattoir in accordance with the meat 
inspection legislation, or
	(c)	another animal that the executive officer determines will pose 
no risk of the occurrence of a nuisance in the commercial 
food establishment and whose presence that officer 
specifically authorizes.
Part 3 
Farmers' Markets
Farmers' market permit
33   The operator of a farmers' market must apply for a farmers' 
market permit in accordance with Part 1 of this Regulation.
General building requirements
34   Except where the Alberta Building Code provides otherwise, a 
farmers' market permit holder must ensure
	(a)	that the farmers' market is supplied with hot and cold 
running water that is safe for human consumption and 
available in quantities sufficient to meet the needs of the 
farmers' market, and
	(b)	that toilet and handwashing facilities of a design and in a 
number sufficient to meet the needs of the farmers' market 
are provided
	(i)	at the location of the farmers' market, or
	(ii)	at a nearby location through agreement with another 
person.
Regular duties of permit holder
35(1)  A farmers' market permit holder must ensure that
	(a)	stallholders' spaces are clean and sanitary,
	(b)	counters and display areas in stallholders' spaces are finished 
in or covered with a material that is easily cleaned,
	(c)	stallholders' spaces are cleaned at the end of each business 
day,
	(d)	there are sufficient refuse containers to service the customers 
visiting the farmers' market, and
	(e)	there is sufficient removal of refuse at the end of each 
business day.
(2)  A farmers' market permit holder must ensure that adequate 
clean-up equipment is provided for the use of stallholders.
Stallholder requirements
36(1)  A stallholder must not sell, offer for sale, distribute, provide or 
otherwise make available to the public
	(a)	uninspected meat,
	(b)	home-canned food other than jam, jelly and pickles,
	(c)	any food unless it is stored, displayed and transported in 
accordance with section 25,
	(d)	home-prepared food unless it is protected in a manner 
adequate to prevent customer handling and contamination,
	(e)	unpasteurized milk, or
	(f)	foods containing one or more of the foods prohibited in 
clauses (a) to (e) as ingredients.
(2)  A stallholder must not sell, offer for sale, distribute, provide or 
otherwise make available to the public whole raw shell poultry eggs 
unless they are stored at a temperature not exceeding 7?C.
(3)  A stallholder must ensure that food handlers
	(a)	wear clean clothing and footwear,
	(b)	exhibit cleanliness and good personal hygiene,
	(c)	ensure that food is not contaminated by hair,
	(d)	wash hands as often as necessary to prevent the 
contamination of food or food areas,
	(e)	refrain from smoking in a food area,
	(f)	refrain from any other conduct that could result in the 
contamination of food or a food area, and
	(g)	do not handle food if prohibited from working by or under 
the Communicable Diseases Regulation (AR 238/85).
(4)  The farmers' market permit holder must ensure that stallholders 
comply with this section.
Part 4 
Special Events and Temporary Food 
Establishments
Notification of special event
37   The organizer of a special event must notify the regional health 
authority of the special event in the form and manner required by the 
regional health authority.
Responsibility of organizer
38   The organizer of a special event must advise the operator of each 
proposed temporary food establishment of the need to notify the 
regional health authority regarding the operation of the temporary food 
establishment at the special event.
Notification regarding temporary food establishment
39   An operator who proposes to operate a temporary food 
establishment at a special event must notify the regional health 
authority of the proposed operation of the temporary food 
establishment in the form and manner required by the regional health 
authority.
Additional responsibilities of organizer
40   In addition to sections 37 and 38, the organizer of a special event 
must ensure that
	(a)	the event is held in a dry and well maintained area, and
	(b)	where potable water lines are established, they are protected 
against breakage and the main line is equipped with backflow 
preventers.
Temporary food establishment requirements
41(1)  The operator of a temporary food establishment at a special 
event must ensure that the food establishment
	(a)	is set up no less than one hour before the special event is 
scheduled to start,
	(b)	has food preparation surfaces that are constructed of smooth, 
non-absorbent and easily cleanable materials,
	(c)	contains all equipment, other than barbecues, within the food 
establishment,
	(d)	if barbecues are used in the preparation of food, has a 
segregated area for the barbecues that is adjacent to the 
temporary food establishment and situated so as to prevent 
public access to and contamination of the food,
	(e)	is configured so that areas where food is handled are 
separated from areas used by the general public,
	(f)	has a station for the purpose of handwashing that is supplied 
with
	(i)	running water, which includes, at a minimum, a portable 
jug with a turnable spout situated over a waste water 
collection bucket, and
	(ii)	paper towels and liquid soap,
		or, subject to the approval of the executive officer, may be 
supplied with an alternative form of hand sanitizer,
	(g)	has a waste water collection system that allows the disposal 
of waste water in a sanitary manner and prevents waste water 
from being dumped on the surface of the ground,
	(h)	has equipment of adequate size and capability for cold 
storage of food and holding of hot food, and
	(i)	has solid waste containers, lined with plastic bags, of 
sufficient size to collect solid waste, that are emptied at least 
at the end of each day of the special event.
(2)  Where portable or mobile self-contained water supplies are used, 
the operator must ensure that
	(a)	potable water tanks are
	(i)	used for storing potable water only,
	(ii)	of a sufficient size to provide an adequate supply of 
water for handwashing, cleaning of equipment and 
similar operations unless exempted by the executive 
officer, and
	(iii)	designed to facilitate cleaning and sanitizing as well as 
sanitary filling and emptying,
	(b)	temporary water lines are constructed of CSA approved hose, 
and
	(c)	waste water holding tanks are sized to accommodate at least 
110% of the volume of the potable water supply.
(3)  If the special event is scheduled to run for more than one day, the 
operator of a temporary food establishment must ensure that the food 
establishment
	(a)	has a floor constructed of asphalt, concrete, finished plywood 
or a similar non-absorbent material, and
	(b)	has walls and a ceiling constructed of finished plywood, 
canvas, vinyl or a similar non-absorbent material.
Food handling requirements
42   The operator of a temporary food establishment must ensure that
	(a)	food is protected at all times to the satisfaction of an 
executive officer from dust, rain, pests and other potential 
contaminants,
	(b)	probe thermometers and cold storage thermometers are used 
to verify that adequate storage and preparation temperatures 
are maintained,
	(c)	only single service utensils are provided to patrons, unless an 
alternative is approved by the executive officer,
	(d)	reusable utensils used in food preparation and serving are 
washed, rinsed and sanitized in a manner and under 
conditions acceptable to the executive officer,
	(e)	a sanitizer approved by the executive officer is available on 
site at all times for sanitizing surfaces and utensils and that a 
method is available to verify the sanitizer's concentration,
	(f)	self-serve condiments are dispensed from a squeeze or pump 
container or a container with a self-closing lid,
	(g)	food is stored, displayed and transported in accordance with 
section 25,
	(h)	all food and all utensils used to handle the food are stored off 
the ground,
	(i)	food is displayed in a manner that protects it from 
contamination, and
	(j)	all surfaces that come in contact with food are washed and 
sanitized at a minimum every day and in between the 
handling of raw and cooked food products on the same 
surface.
Food handler requirements
43(1)  A food handler must
	(a)	wear clean clothing and footwear,
	(b)	exhibit cleanliness and good personal hygiene,
	(c)	ensure that food is not contaminated by hair,
	(d)	wash hands as often as necessary to prevent the 
contamination of food or food areas,
	(e)	refrain from smoking in a food area, and
	(f)	refrain from any other conduct that could result in the 
contamination of food or a food area.
(2)  A person must not work as a food handler if prohibited from 
working by or under the Communicable Diseases Regulation 
(AR 238/85).
(3)  The operator must ensure that subsections (1) and (2) are complied 
with.
Additional temporary food establishment requirements
44   In addition to the requirements of sections 41 and 42, the operator 
of a food establishment at a special event scheduled to run for more 
than 3 days must ensure that the food establishment
	(a)	has, at a minimum, plumbed in water and a sink that is large 
enough to wash, rinse and sanitize all reusable utensils,
	(b)	has hot running water supplied to the sink in a manner 
acceptable to the executive officer, and
	(c)	has temporary water lines, if required, that are maintained in 
a clean and sanitary condition and are flushed for 2 minutes 
at the start of each day.
Education
45   When notified of a special event, the regional health authority 
must make reasonably available to the organizer of the special event 
and to the operators of temporary food establishments information 
regarding appropriate food sanitation and hygiene.
Part 5 
Community Organization Functions
Interpretation
46   In this Part, "regional health authority" refers to the regional 
health authority in whose region the community organization function 
is being held.
Notification of community organization function
47   The organizer of a community organization function must notify 
the regional health authority of the function in the form and manner 
required by the regional health authority.
Duration of function
48   A community organization function may run for more than 2 days 
with the written permission of the regional health authority and subject 
to any terms and conditions that the regional health authority imposes.
Food handling requirements
49(1)  The organizer of a community organization function and 
volunteer caterers providing food for the function must ensure that
	(a)	the food is handled at all times in a manner that protects the 
public health,
	(b)	any foods that have not been prepared in an approved food 
establishment are prepared and donated by members of the 
community organization hosting the function,
	(c)	those attending the community organization function are 
advised that foods that have not been prepared in an 
approved food establishment are being served,
	(d)	foods that are
	(i)	unpasteurized milk,
	(ii)	uninspected meats, subject to section 22(3), or
	(iii)	unfit foods,
		are neither used in the preparation of food nor served 
themselves,
	(e)	left-over food is either discarded or taken home by members 
of the organization hosting the community organization 
function,
	(f)	food handlers
	(i)	wear clean clothing and footwear,
	(ii)	exhibit cleanliness and good personal hygiene,
	(iii)	ensure that food is not contaminated by hair,
	(iv)	wash hands as often as necessary to prevent the 
contamination of food or food areas,
	(v)	refrain from smoking in a food area, and
	(vi)	refrain from any other conduct that could result in the 
contamination of food or a food area, and
	(g)	pets, if present, are kept out of the food preparation and other 
food handling areas while food is being prepared or served.
(2)  A person must not work as a food handler if prohibited from 
working by or under the Communicable Diseases Regulation 
(AR 238/85).
(3)  The organizer must ensure that subsections (1) and (2) are 
complied with.
Education
50   When notified of a community organization function, the regional 
health authority must make reasonably available to the organizer of the 
function information regarding appropriate food sanitation and 
hygiene.
Part 6 
Bed and Breakfasts
Requirement for permit
51   The operator of a bed and breakfast must apply for a food 
establishment permit in accordance with Part 1 of this Regulation.
Food handling requirements
52   The operator of a bed and breakfast must ensure that
	(a)	an adequate supply of hot and cold potable water is available,
	(b)	food preparation surfaces are smooth, impervious to moisture 
and easily cleanable,
	(c)	all food comes from an approved source,
	(d)	no home-canned food other than jam, jelly and pickles is 
provided,
	(e)	all foods are protected from contamination,
	(f)	food is stored, displayed and transported in accordance with 
section 25,
	(g)	a food grade thermometer is kept in the refrigerator and 
monitored on a regular basis,
	(h)	food that has previously been served must not be re-served 
unless
	(i)	it is a low-risk food,
	(ii)	it has remained free of contamination, and
	(iii)	either
	(A)	it is, and on each previous occasion was, served in 
a container designed to prevent contamination, or
	(B)	it is individually packaged, and has remained 
unopened and untampered within its original 
container,
	(i)		all reusable utensils are cleaned and sanitized by the use of
	(i)	a manual method satisfactory to the executive officer or 
a 3-compartment sink procedure, or
	(ii)	a dishwasher, if
	(A)	the dishwasher effectively removes physical soil 
from all surfaces and dishes,
	(B)	the dishwasher sanitizes the dishes using 
accumulative heat or by the addition of a chemical 
sanitizer, and
	(C)	the dishwasher is installed and operated according 
to the manufacturer's instructions for the highest 
level of sanitation possible,
	(j)	all utensils are stored in a clean and sanitary condition,
	(k)	pets, if present, are kept out of the food preparation and 
dining areas while food is being prepared and served,
	(l)	food handlers
	(i)	wear clean clothing and footwear,
	(ii)	exhibit cleanliness and good personal hygiene,
	(iii)	ensure that food is not contaminated by hair,
	(iv)	wash hands as often as necessary to prevent the 
contamination of food or food areas,
	(v)	refrain from smoking in a food area, and
	(vi)	refrain from any other conduct that could result in the 
contamination of food or a food area,
	(m)	a person does not work as a food handler if prohibited from 
working by or under the Communicable Diseases Regulation 
(AR 238/85),
	(n)	liquid soap and paper towels are provided at the kitchen sink, 
and
	(o)	the kitchen area of the bed and breakfast is restricted to food 
handlers during food preparation and service.
Part 7 
Transitional Provisions, Repeals, 
Expiry and Coming into Force
Transitional
53   A food establishment permit issued under the repealed Food and 
Food Establishments Regulation (AR 328/2003) that was valid and 
subsisting immediately before the commencement of this Regulation is 
deemed to have been issued under and to be a permit for the purposes 
of this Regulation, and if such a permit was under suspension at that 
time, the suspension continues afterwards for the remainder of its 
duration as if the suspension had originally been effected under this 
Regulation.
Repeal
54   The Food and Food Establishments Regulation (AR 328/2003) is 
repealed.
Expiry
55   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 June 30, 2015.
Coming into force
56   This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 2006.



Alberta Regulation 32/2006
Wildlife Act
WILDLIFE (FURTHER CONTROL AREA) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: February 10, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Sustainable Resource Development 
(M.O. 01/06) on February 6, 2006 pursuant to section 103 of the Wildlife Act. 
1   The Wildlife Regulation (AR 143/97) is amended by this 
Regulation.

2   Part 3 of Schedule 12 is amended by adding the 
following after Item 2:
3   The following is a wildlife control area from February 15 to 
July 15:
		Sections 21, 22, 27 and 28, township 59, range 26, west of 
the fifth meridian.