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Alberta Regulation 62/2006
City Transportation Act
CITY TRANSPORTATION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 21, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Infrastructure and Transportation 
(M.O. 07/06) on March 15, 2006 pursuant to section 33 of the City Transportation 
Act. 
1   The City Transportation Regulation (AR 301/80) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 10 is amended by striking out "March 31, 2006" 
and substituting "March 31, 2007".


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Alberta Regulation 63/2006
Public Highways Development Act
HIGHWAY DEVELOPMENT CONTROL AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 21, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Infrastructure and Transportation 
(M.O. 08/06) on March 15, 2006 pursuant to section 25 of the Public Highways 
Development Act. 
1   The Highway Development Control Regulation 
(AR 242/90) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 15 is amended by striking out "March 31, 2006" 
and substituting "March 31, 2007".



Alberta Regulation 64/2006
Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped Act
ASSURED INCOME FOR THE SEVERELY HANDICAPPED 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 22, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 117/2006) 
on March 22, 2006 pursuant to section 18 of the Assured Income for the Severely 
Handicapped Act. 


1   The Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped 
Regulation (AR 203/99) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 6 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Exempted assets
6   Subject to section 7, the value of the following assets are exempt 
assets under section 8(d) of the Act:
	(a)	an insurance settlement used for the replacement of exempt 
property within 90 days of the settlement;
	(b)	money received under a special compensation program 
provided by the Government of Alberta or the Government 
of Canada that is designated by the Minister as a program to 
which this clause applies or any asset to the extent it was 
purchased with that money;
	(c)	a locked-in retirement account while the money in the 
account cannot be withdrawn by the owner of the account;
	(d)	assets held by a trustee in a bankruptcy proceeding;
	(e)	a non-commutable annuity that was bought on or before 
February 1, 2002;
	(f)	assets purchased with a refund of payment under Part 1, 
Division 4.1 of the Alberta Personal Income Tax Act, to the 
extent it was purchased with that refund.

3   Section 9(2)(b) is amended by adding "Table 1 of " after 
"that is payable under".

4   Schedule 1 is amended
	(a)	in section 1 by adding the following after clause 
(i.1):
	(i.2)	a refund of overpayment under Part 1, Division 4.1, of 
the Alberta Personal Income Tax Act;
	(b)	in section 2(1)(b) by striking out "section 1" and 
substituting "Table 1".
	(c)	in section 2.2(2) by striking out "$1487.50" and 
substituting "$1488".

5   Schedule 2 is amended
	(a)	by striking out the heading to Schedule 2 and 
substituting the following:
Schedule 2 
 
Categories and Amounts of 
Handicap Benefits 
 
Table 1 
Monthly Handicap Benefit
	(b)	in Table 1 by repealing section 1 and substituting 
the following:
1(1)  The monthly handicap benefit is $950 plus the amount of 
the child benefit referred to in subsection (3), less any income 
that is not exempt under Schedule 1.
(2)  Effective April 1, 2006, the monthly handicap benefit is 
$1000 plus the amount of the child benefit referred to in 
subsection (3), less any income that is not exempt under 
Schedule 1.
(3)  The child benefit is $100 per dependent child payable to 
one recipient per household.
	(c)	in Table 1, section 4 by striking out "$175" and 
substituting "$265 and the amount of the child benefit 
referred to in section 1(3)";
	(d)	by adding the following after section 4:
Table 2 
Personal Benefits
General
1(1)  The Director may provide a recipient a personal benefit 
under this table where the benefit, or a similar benefit, is not 
available to the recipient under another program or by 
another source and in the opinion of the Director the benefit 
is necessary for the recipient.
(2)  The amounts of the allowances for the personal benefits 
under this table are to be determined by the Minister.
Special diet/nutritional supplement
2   Where a physician or registered dietitian provides a 
written opinion that it is necessary for a recipient or a 
recipient's dependent child to follow a special diet, the 
Director may provide a monthly allowance for that diet.
Extraordinary transportation
3(1)  The Director may provide an allowance for 
transportation costs
	(a)	where a recipient or a recipient's dependent child, 
in the opinion of the Director, has a severe health 
problem and needs regular access to insured health 
services under the Alberta Health Care Insurance 
Act, or
	(b)	where a recipient requires access to a day program 
or employment program that supports the 
recipient's efforts to obtain employment.
(2)  The severe health problem referred to in subsection 
(1)(a) must
	(a)	be life-threatening, or 
	(b)	be such that it will leave a permanent debilitating 
effect unless the medical treatment is provided.
Remote community allowance
4   The Director may provide an allowance to a recipient who 
resides in a permanent community that does not have all-
season road access. 
Child care
5(1)  The Director may provide, for each dependent child, an 
allowance for the costs of subsidized child care in a daycare 
or licensed family day home, or for private child care, if 
subsidized child care is not available or not appropriate.
(2)  This section applies where no adult member of the 
household is able to care for a dependent child of the 
recipient because
	(a)	of employment,
	(b)	of a medical condition,
	(c)	of involvement with a training or employment 
program,
	(d)	of attendance at an approved addictions treatment 
program, or
	(e)	a physician or a psychologist has determined that 
the provision of child care is in the best interests of 
the child.
Service animal supplement
6   Where a recipient is in need of a service animal to assist 
the recipient in his or her daily life, the Director may provide 
a monthly allowance if the animal is certified by a training 
organization approved by the Director.
Medical alert service
7   Where a recipient is in need of a medical alert service to 
assist in his or her daily life, the Director may provide an 
allowance for that purpose.
Community start-up allowance
8(1)  Where a recipient has been residing in an institution 
and is leaving the institution to establish a residence in the 
community, the Director may provide an allowance for the 
cost of establishing a residence.
(2)  The allowance under subsection (1) may be provided 
only once in the lifetime of the recipient unless the Director 
determines that an additional allowance may be paid due to 
exceptional circumstances.
Exceptional travel
9(1)  The Director may provide an allowance to a recipient 
where a recipient or a recipient's dependent child must travel
	(a)	to receive, on a non-emergency basis, insured 
health services under the Alberta Health Care 
Insurance Act,
	(b)	to appear in court if required by the Government,
	(c)	to comply with a court order, or
	(d)	at the request of the Director
(2)  Where a recipient must travel and it would be 
unreasonable to expect a dependent child of the recipient to 
accompany the recipient, and no other adult member of the 
household is available to provide child care, the Director may 
provide an allowance in accordance with section 5(1) for the 
cost of the child care.
(3)  The Director may pay allowances under this section for a 
person who is required to accompany
	(a)	a recipient, or
	(b)	a recipient's dependent child, where the recipient 
is unable to accompany the child,
because of the recipient's or the recipient's dependent child's 
age or medical condition.
Funeral expenses
10   The Director may pay an allowance for funeral expenses 
for recipients or their dependants who die or are buried in 
Alberta, where financial resources are inadequate and there 
are no other means to pay for the funeral expenses.
Employment and training supports
11   Where a recipient is seeking employment, has a job 
offer or is applying for or participating in a training or 
employment program approved by the Director, including an 
employment preparation program, the Director may provide 
an allowance for the following:
	(a)	the application, deposit, registration or testing fees 
required before the start of classes in an approved 
training or employment program;
	(b)	the cost of operating a vehicle;
	(c)	necessary clothing for work or training or 
employment program purposes;
	(d)	cost for tools and any other goods or services that 
enhance a recipient's employment capabilities.
Medical equipment and supplies
12   Where a recipient or recipient's dependent child requires 
medical items that are not covered under any other program 
or resource, the Minister may provide an allowance, if a 
medical practitioner provides a written opinion that the item 
is essential for the medical management of the individual's 
condition.
Addictions treatment allowance
13(1)  If a recipient requires addiction treatment in a 
residential facility that is approved by the Alberta Alcohol 
and Drug Abuse Commission, the Director may provide
	(a)	a daily allowance for the duration of the treatment 
program, and
	(b)	an allowance for travel costs outside the recipient's 
home community to receive treatment in the 
residential facility.
(2)  The Director may provide allowances under subsection 
(1)(b) for a person who must accompany the recipient 
because of the medical condition or age of the recipient.
Moving allowance
14   The Director may provide an allowance for moving the 
recipient's goods, appliances and furniture, where a 
residential move is essential under the following 
circumstances:
	(a)	the recipient or the recipient's spouse or 
cohabitating partner is accepting confirmed 
full-time employment in Alberta or Canada that 
assures the recipient's reasonable future financial 
independence;
	(b)	the recipient is required to move to living 
accommodation that is adapted to that recipient's 
or recipient's dependent child's particular 
disability;
	(c)	the current accommodation is endangering the 
health or safety of the recipient or recipient's 
dependent child.
Emergency allowance
15   Where, due to circumstances that are beyond the control 
of the recipient, the recipient or the recipient's dependent 
child is, in the opinion of the Director, in a situation that 
presents a serious health or safety risk, and the recipient 
cannot wait until the next monthly payment under Table 1, 
the Director may provide an allowance to be used for such 
things as the following:
	(a)	accommodation, food, clothing, child care and 
travel;
	(b)	essential home and appliance repairs;
	(c)	utility arrears that must be paid in order to access 
utility services or prevent a disconnection of utility 
services;
	(d)	goods and services required on an emergency basis 
that are not referred to in clauses (a), (b) and (c).
Escaping abuse
16(1)  Where a recipient is establishing a new residence to 
escape a situation in which the recipient or recipient's 
dependent child is being abused, the Director may provide an 
allowance to the recipient
	(a)	to establish a new residence,
	(b)	to cover moving expenses, and
	(c)	for any necessary damage deposit for rental 
accommodation.
(2)  The allowances under this section may only be issued 
once in the lifetime of the recipient unless the Director 
determines that an additional allowance may be paid.
Infant allowance
17   Where a recipient or a recipient's spouse or cohabitating 
partner 
	(a)	is at least 36 weeks pregnant or has given birth and 
the infant is not more than 6 months old, or
	(b)	has within the last 6 months adopted an infant and 
the infant is less than 12 months old,
the Director may provide an allowance for needed infant 
items.
Alberta Centennial Education Savings (ACES) Plan
18   The Director may provide a one-time allowance to a 
recipient for each dependent child who is eligible for a grant 
under the Alberta Centennial Education Savings Plan Act to 
establish a registered education savings plan for that child.
Children's school expenses
19   Where a recipient's dependent child is registered in 
pre-school or kindergarten or an elementary, junior high or 
high school in Alberta, the Director may provide an 
allowance for the fees and costs associated with school 
attendance.
Specialized clothing supplement
20   The Director may provide a recipient an allowance for 
the actual cost of necessary specialized clothing for the 
recipient.
Other continuous or non-continuous needs
21   The Minister may, from time to time, provide an 
allowance for any other thing or service to the recipient for 
the benefit of the recipient or the recipient's dependent child 
the Minister considers to be a necessity for such period as the 
Minister considers necessary.


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Alberta Regulation 65/2006
Seniors Benefit Act
GENERAL AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 22, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 119/2006) 
on March 22, 2006 pursuant to section 6 of the Seniors Benefit Act. 
1   The General Regulation (AR 213/94) is amended by this 
Regulation.

2   Section 1(1) is amended by adding the following after 
clause (e):
	(e.01)	"designated assisted living unit" means the part of a 
residential facility approved by the Minister as a designated 
assisted living unit where residents are admitted or 
discharged by a regional health authority on the basis of 
health needs;

3   Section 3(4) is repealed and the following is substituted:
(4)  An individual is not eligible for the accommodation assistance 
component of the benefit if
	(a)	the individual is not a homeowner and does not pay rent,
	(b)	the individual provides services instead of paying rent for an 
accommodation shared by a relative or friend, or
	(c)	the individual is a status Indian living on an Indian reserve.
4   The Schedule is amended
	(a)	in section 9(1) by striking out "institution" and 
substituting "centre or designated assisted living unit";
	(b)	in the Table
	(i)	in Part 1 by adding the following before "All 
other Accommodation":
Designated Assisted 
Living Unit 
   Single senior 
   Senior couple
 
 
18.27% 
19.01%
 
 
$2880 
$4320
	(ii)	in Part 2 by adding the following after 
"Long-term care centre resident":
Designated Assisted 
Living Unit
 
51.39%
 
34.26%
	(iii)	in Part 3
	(A)	by striking out "28.27%" and substituting 
"43.02%";
	(B)	by striking out "$4455" and substituting 
"$6780";
	(C)	by adding the following after "Long-term 
Care Centre":
Designated Assisted 
Living Unit
 
43.02%
 
$6780
	(iv)	in the Note by striking out "July 2005" and 
substituting "January 2006".



Alberta Regulation 66/2006
Government Organization Act
DESIGNATION AND TRANSFER OF RESPONSIBILITY 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 22, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 122/2006) 
on March 22, 2006 pursuant to sections 16 and 17 of the Government Organization 
Act. 
1   The Designation and Transfer of Responsibility 
Regulation (AR 44/2001) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1(1)(b) is repealed.

3   Section 20.1 is amended by adding the following after 
subsection (8):
(9)  The responsibility for the Queen's Printer Act is transferred to 
the Minister of Restructuring and Government Efficiency.
(10)  The responsibility for that part of the public service directly 
employed in the administration of the Queen's Printer Act, except 
position number 00007000 but including position number 
00007009, is transferred to the Minister of Restructuring and 
Government Efficiency.

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


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Alberta Regulation 67/2006
Oil and Gas Conservation Act
ORPHAN FUND DELEGATED ADMINISTRATION 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 22, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 123/2006) 
on March 22, 2006 pursuant to section 77 of the Oil and Gas Conservation Act. 
1   The Orphan Fund Delegated Administration Regulation 
(AR 45/2001) is amended by this Regulation.
2   Sections 6(2) and 10 are repealed.

3   Section 11 is amended by striking out "2006" and 
substituting "2016".


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Alberta Regulation 68/2006
Judicature Act
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE COMPENSATION COMMISSION 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 22, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 128/2006) 
on March 22, 2006 pursuant to section 42 of the Judicature Act. 
1   The Justices of the Peace Compensation Commission 
Regulation (AR 242/2003) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 22 is repealed.


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Alberta Regulation 69/2006
Administrative Procedures and Jurisdiction Act
DESIGNATION OF CONSTITUTIONAL DECISION MAKERS REGULATION
Filed: March 22, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 131/2006) 
on March 22, 2006 pursuant to section 16 of the Administrative Procedures and 
Jurisdiction Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	Authorization
	3	Form of notice
	4	Expiry
	5	Coming into force 
 
Schedules
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Charter" means the Canadian Charter of Rights and 
Freedoms;
	(b)	"labour arbitrator" means
	(i)	a voluntary arbitration board appointed under Part 2, 
Division 15 of the Labour Relations Code;
	(ii)	a compulsory arbitration board appointed under Part 2, 
Division 16 of the Labour Relations Code;
	(iii)	a public emergency tribunal established under Part 2, 
Division 18 of the Labour Relations Code;
	(iv)	an arbitrator, arbitration board or other body referred to 
in Part 2, Division 22 of the Labour Relations Code;
	(v)	a construction industry disputes resolution tribunal 
under Part 3, Division 6 of the Labour Relations Code;
	(vi)	a compulsory arbitration board established under Part 6 
of the Public Service Employee Relations Act;
	(vii)	an arbitrator appointed under Part 7 of the Public 
Service Employee Relations Act,
	(viii)	an interest arbitration board established under Part 3 of 
the Police Officers Collective Bargaining Act;
	(ix)	an arbitrator, a grievance arbitration board or other body 
referred to in Part 4 under the Police Officers Collective 
Bargaining Act;
	(c)	"Law Society entity" means the Benchers or a panel, 
committee or subcommittee of the Benchers or any other 
entity established, by or under the Legal Profession Act.
Authorization
2   The decision makers listed in column 1 of the Schedule have 
jurisdiction to determine the questions of constitutional law set out 
opposite them in column 2.
Form of notice
3   The notice for the purpose of section 12(1) of the Act is set out in 
Schedule 2.
Expiry
4   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for 
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be 
repassed in its present or an amended form following a review, this 
Regulation expires on January 31, 2016.
Coming into force
5   This Regulation comes into force on the coming into force of 
section 8 of the Administrative Procedures Amendment Act, 2005.
Schedule 1

Column 1
Column 2
Decision Maker
Jurisdiction
Labour Relations Board
all questions of constitutional law
Alberta Energy and Utilities Board
all questions of constitutional law
Law Society entity
all questions of constitutional law
a human rights panel appointed 
under the Human Rights, 
Citizenship and Multiculturalism 
Act
questions of constitutional law 
arising from the federal or 
provincial distribution of powers 
under the Constitution of Canada
labour arbitrators
all questions of constitutional law
Workers' Compensation Board
questions of constitutional law 
arising from the federal or 
provincial distribution of powers 
under the Constitution of Canada
Appeals Commission established 
under the Workers' Compensation 
Act
questions of constitutional law 
arising from the federal or 
provincial distribution of powers 
under the Constitution of Canada
Law Enforcement Review Board
questions of constitutional law 
relating to the Charter
Alberta Securities Commission
questions of constitutional law 
that relate to the Charter or arising 
from the federal or provincial 
distribution of powers under the 
Constitution of Canada
Schedule 2 
(Administrative Procedures and 
Jurisdiction Act (section 12)) 
 
Notice of Question of Constitutional Law
To:  The Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Alberta:
To:  The Attorney General of Canada:
AND
To:     (decision-maker before which question will be raised)   
From:  	
Address:  	
Phone:                                         
Lawyer (if any):  	
Date of hearing:                                           
I intend to raise the following question(s) of constitutional law.  Attached 
are the details of my argument:
Question(s):  	
I intend to seek the following relief:  	 
	
Estimated time needed to call evidence and make arguments before the 
decision-maker:  	
Dated:                                           
Signed:                                         
Details of Argument
Details are to include:
-	The grounds to be argued and reasonable particulars of the proposed argument, 
including a concise statement of the constitutional principles to be argued, 
references to any statutory provision or rule on which reliance will be placed 
and any cases or authorities to be relied upon.
-	The law in question, the right or freedom alleged to be infringed or denied or the 
aboriginal or treaty right to be determined, as the case may be.
-	The material and documents that will be filed with the decision-maker.
-	List of witnesses intended to be called to give evidence before the 
decision-maker and the substance of their proposed testimony.


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Alberta Regulation 70/2006
Health Insurance Premiums Act
HEALTH INSURANCE PREMIUMS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 23, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 132/2006) 
on March 23, 2006 pursuant to section 2 of the Health Insurance Premiums Act. 
1   The Health Insurance Premiums Regulation (AR 217/81) 
is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 3(2) is amended
	(a)	in clause (a)
	(i)	by striking out "$12 450" wherever it occurs and 
substituting "$17 450";
	(ii)	by striking out "$15 970" and substituting 
"$20 970";
	(b)	in clause (b)
	(i)	by striking out "$21 200" wherever it occurs and 
substituting "$26 200";
	(ii)	by striking out "$28 240" and substituting 
"$33 240";
	(c)	in clause (c)
	(i)	by striking out "$27 210" wherever it occurs and 
substituting "$32 210";
	(ii)	by striking out "$34 250" and substituting 
"$39 250";
	(d)	in clause (d) by striking out "$12 450" and 
substituting "$17 450";
	(e)	in clause (e) by striking out "$21 200" and 
substituting "$26 200";
	(f)	in clause (f) by striking out "$27 210" and 
substituting "$32 210".

3   This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 2006.


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Alberta Regulation 71/2006
Municipal Government Act
DETERMINATION OF POPULATION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 23, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Municipal Affairs (M.O. L:015/06) 
on March 16, 2006 pursuant to section 604 of the Municipal Government Act. 
1   The Determination of Population Regulation 
(AR 63/2001) is amended by this Regulation.

2   The following is added after section 4:
Population of Municipality of Crowsnest Pass
4.1(1)  Notwithstanding section 4, for the purpose of the 
determination of population under section 6 of the Police Act, the 
area of the Municipality of Crowsnest Pass, instead of being 
treated as an entity, shall be treated as if it were the following 6 
separate areas:
	(a)	the following 4 former municipalities as they existed as of 
January 1, 1979, being the date of their amalgamation as the 
Municipality of Crowsnest Pass:
	(i)	the Town of Blairmore;
	(ii)	the Town of Coleman;
	(iii)	the Village of Bellevue;
	(iv)	the Village of Frank;
	(b)	the part of former Improvement District No. 5 that was 
included in the Municipality of Crowsnest Pass as of January 
1, 1979;
	(c)	the part of former Improvement District No. 6 that is now 
included in the Municipality of Crowsnest Pass, as it existed 
as of January 1, 1996, being the date of its amalgamation 
with the Municipality of Crowsnest Pass.
(2)  For the purpose of reporting population to the Minister under 
this section, the form set out in the Schedule may be adapted to list 
separately the population of each of the 6 areas referred to in 
subsection (1).
(3)  This section ceases to apply when the population attributed 
under subsection (1) to any of the areas referred to in subsection 
(1)(a), (b) or (c) exceeds 5000.


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Alberta Regulation 72/2006
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
ALBERTA BEEKEEPERS AUTHORIZATION REGULATION
Filed: March 30, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Agricultural Products Marketing Council 
on October 13, 2005 pursuant to section 26 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products 
Act and approved by the Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Development on 
March 22, 2006. 
Definitions
1(1)  In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Act" means the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act;
	(b)	"Commission" means the Alberta Beekeepers;
	(c)	"Plan" means the Alberta Beekeepers Plan Regulation (AR    
/2005);
	(d)	"producer" means a producer as defined in the Plan;
	(e)	"regulated product" means regulated product as defined in 
the Plan.
(2)  Words used in this Regulation that are defined in the Plan have the 
same meaning as defined in the Plan.
Regulations made under section 26 of the Act
2   For the purposes of enabling the Commission to operate the Plan, 
the Commission is hereby authorized under section 26 of the Act to 
make regulations
	(a)	requiring any person who produces, markets or processes the 
regulated product to furnish to the Commission any 
information or record relating to the production, marketing or 
processing of the regulated product that the Commission 
considers necessary,
	(b)	providing for
	(i)	the assessment, charging and collection of service 
charges from producers for the purposes of the Plan, 
and
	(ii)	the taking of legal action to enforce payment of the 
service charges,
	(c)	providing for the refund of service charges, and
	(d)	providing for the use of any class of service charges or other 
money payable to or received by the Commission for the 
purpose of paying its expenses and administering the Plan 
and the regulations made by the Commission.
Expiry
3   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for 
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be 
repassed in its present or an amended form following a review, the 
Regulation expires on May 31, 2011.



Alberta Regulation 73/2006
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
ALBERTA BEEKEEPERS MARKETING REGULATION
Filed: March 30, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Beekeepers on March 27, 2006 pursuant 
to section 26 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act and approved by the 
Agricultural Products Marketing Council on March 29, 2006.


Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	Service charge
	3	Variation of service charge
	4	Collection of service charges
	5	Refund of service charge
	6	Information
	7	Use of funds
	8	Interest
	9	Legal action
	10	Expiry
	11	Coming into force
Definitions
1(1)  In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Act" means the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act;
	(b)	"Commission" means the Alberta Beekeepers;
	(c)	"Plan" means the Alberta Beekeepers Plan Regulation.
(2)  Words that are defined in either the Act or the Plan have the same 
meaning when used in this Regulation.
Service charge
2   Every producer with 100 or more colonies in Alberta must pay to 
the Commission a service charge of $50 plus $0.65 per colony per 
year.
Variation of service charge
3   The Commission may vary the amount of the service charge if the 
variation of the service charge is approved by the eligible producers at 
an annual Commission meeting or a special Commission meeting.
Collection of service charges
4   Each eligible producer must, at the end of each crop year, forward 
to the Commission on or before the next September 30 the service 
charge that is payable to the Commission in respect of that year.
Refund of service charge
5(1)  Any service charge that is paid by or on behalf of a producer 
must be refunded to the producer on request of the producer.
(2)  A request for a refund of the service charge must
	(a)	be made in writing on a form that is provided by or 
acceptable to the Commission, and
	(b)	contain the following information:
	(i)	the producer's name;
	(ii)	the producer's mailing address and telephone number;
	(iii)	the number of colonies registered under the Bee Act;
	(iv)	any specifics of the refund that are requested by the 
Commission.
(3)  Requests for refunds of service charges must be received by the 
Commission at its office prior to the end of October in the same crop 
year for which the service charges apply.
(4)  Any request for a refund that is not received by the Commission 
within the time period specified under subsection (3) will not be 
considered by the Commission and the producer will not be entitled to 
a refund in respect of the service charges in question.
(5)  Notwithstanding subsection (4), the Commission may, if it is 
satisfied that extenuating circumstances exist that warrant its doing so, 
accept an application for the purpose of making a refund where the 
application is received after the time period referred to in subsection 
(3).
(6)  The Commission must refund the service charges to the producer 
within 90 days
	(a)	from the end of the period in which the request for a refund 
of the service charges is received in accordance with 
subsection (3), or
	(b)	from the date the request for a refund is accepted under 
subsection (5).
Information
6   The Commission may request from a producer the following 
information:
	(a)	the amount of regulated product marketed by a producer and 
the details of the marketing;
	(b)	the amount of regulated product marketed by a person and 
the manner in which the regulated product is marketed;
	(c)	any other general information relating to production and 
marketing of the regulated product that the Commission 
requires to carry out its purposes under the Act and the Plan.
Use of funds
7   Any funds received by the Commission under the Plan and any 
interest that accrues in respect of those funds must be used by the 
Commission for the purposes of paying its expenses and administering 
the Plan and the regulations.
Interest
8   Interest must be paid to the Commission for any late payment of 
service charges at the rate of 1% per month calculated on the balance 
due.
Legal action
9   The Commission may commence and maintain any legal action that 
is necessary to enforce the payment of service charges that are payable 
under the Plan and this Regulation.
Expiry
10   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for 
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be 
repassed in its present or an amended form following a review, this 
Regulation expires on May 31, 2011.
Coming into force
11   This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 2006.



Alberta Regulation 74/2006
Provincial Parks Act
FEES AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 31, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Community Development 
(M.O. 07/06) on March 30, 2006 pursuant to sections 9(2) and 12(p) of the Provincial 
Parks Act. 
1   The Fees Regulation (AR 301/83) is amended by this 
Regulation.



2   Section 4 is amended
	(a)	in clause (a) by striking out "$10" and substituting 
"$25";
	(b)	in clause (b) by striking out "$3" and substituting 
"$15".

3   Section 6 is amended
	(a)	by striking out "summer cabin disposition" and 
substituting "disposition for a summer cottage lot";
	(b)	by repealing clause (b) and substituting the 
following:
	(b)	an annual fee of,
	(i)	for the first full acre or if the cottage lot is less than 
one acre in area, $500 if the cottage lot is located 
in Beauvais Lake Provincial Park, Crimson Lake 
Provincial Park, Dillberry Lake Provincial Park, 
Gooseberry Lake Provincial Park, Kinbrook Island 
Provincial Park or Winagami Lake Provincial Park 
or $600 if located in Elkwater Townsite in Cypress 
Hills Provincial Park, and
	(ii)	if applicable, for each additional full acre or part of 
an acre after the first full acre of any of the cottage 
lots referred to in subclause (i), $200,
			and
	(c)	in clause (c) by striking out "$2" and substituting 
"$3".
4   Section 7 is amended by repealing clauses (a) and (b) 
and substituting the following:
	(a)	an application fee of $200,
	(b)	a one-time new disposition fee of $500 payable on the initial 
issue of the disposition,
	(c)	a timber damage charge as determined by the Minister, 
assessed by reference to the estimated value of the timber 
that is removed from the land for the purposes of the 
disposition, and
	(d)	an annual rental fee of $500 for each acre or part of an acre 
covered by the disposition.

5   The following is added after section 7:
Exploration application
7.1   The fees payable in respect of an application to conduct a 
seismic program or any other exploration activity in a park or 
recreation area, with amendments if applicable, are
	(a)	an application fee of $375, and
	(b)	an additional fee of $175 for each amendment made to 
an application after the initial application is submitted.

6   Section 8 is amended
	(a)	in clause (a) by striking out "$50" and substituting 
"$200";
	(b)	in clause (b)(i) by striking out "$100" and 
substituting "$250";
	(c)	in clause (b)(ii) by striking out "$50" and 
substituting "$100";
	(d)	by adding "and" at the end of clause (b)(ii) and 
adding the following at the end of the section:
	(c)	a timber damage charge as referred to in section 7(c) 
and determined by the Minister.

7   Section 9(1)(b) is amended by striking out "$25" and 
substituting "$50".
8   Section 10(a) is amended by striking out "$10" and 
substituting "$50".

9   Section 11 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1)
	(i)	by adding "of land or, if applicable, of buildings and 
improvements without land" after "miscellaneous 
lease";
	(ii)	in clause (b)(i), (ii) and (iv) by striking out 
"leased";
	(b)	by repealing subsections (2) and (3) and 
substituting the following:
(2)  For the purposes of subsection (1)(b), the market value of 
the land may be determined, at the Minister's option,
	(a)	by reference to the valuation assessed by the 
relevant municipality for property tax purposes, or
	(b)	by an appraisal or by some other determination of 
market value effected by or on behalf of the 
Minister.

10   Section 11.1 is amended
	(a)	by renumbering it as section 11.1(1);
	(b)	in subsection (1)
	(i)	in clause (c)(i) by striking out "$25" and 
substituting "$50";
	(ii)	in clause (c)(ii)(A) by striking out "$25" and 
substituting "$100";
	(iii)	in clause (c)(ii)(B) by striking out "$5" and 
substituting "$50";
	(iv)	by repealing clause (c)(iii)(A), (B) and (C) and 
substituting the following:
	(A)	$10 per kilometre in the case of a roadway not 
exceeding 15 metres in width,
	(B)	$15 per kilometre in the case of a roadway of more 
than 15 metres but not more than 18 metres in 
width,
	(C)	$20 per kilometre in the case of a roadway of more 
than 18 metres in width, and
	(D)	a timber damage charge arising from the 
construction of a roadway, assessed as referred to 
in section 7(c) and as determined by the Minister;
	(v)	in clause (c)(v) by striking out "$1 per acre" and 
substituting "$50 per intake site";
	(vi)	in clause (c)(vi) by striking out "$100" and 
substituting "$150";
	(vii)	in clause (c)(viii)(B) by striking out "$5" and 
substituting "$25";
	(c)	by adding the following after subsection (1):
(2)  The fees payable in respect of a licence of occupation for a 
trapper's cabin in a park or recreation area are
	(a)	an application fee of $25, and
	(b)	an annual land use fee of $25.

11   Section 11.2(b) is amended by striking out "$10" and 
substituting "$25".

12   Section 11.3 is amended
	(a)	in clause (b) by striking out "$100 plus an additional 
$10" and substituting "$250 plus an additional $25";
	(b)	by adding the following after clause (b):
	(b.1)	for the assignment of a mineral surface lease, a fee of 
$100;

13   The following is added after section 11.3:
Amendment of a disposition
11.4   The fee payable in respect of an amendment to any 
disposition for which an amendment fee has not otherwise been 
specified in this Regulation is $50.
Disposition inspection
11.5   If any deficiency is noted during a first inspection of a 
disposition and the deficiency is such that one or more 
subsequent inspections is or are required to ensure the deficiency 
has been corrected, the fee for each such subsequent inspection 
related to the deficiency is $250.
Reclamation inspection and certificate
11.6   The fee in respect of a reclamation inspection and the 
issue of a reclamation certificate is $300.

14   Section 15 is amended
	(a)	in clause (a) by striking out "$25 to $65" and 
substituting "$35 to $75";
	(b)	by repealing clause (b) and substituting the 
following:
	(b)	to camp in a group area per night is the fee established 
by written directive of the Minister,
	(c)	in clause (c) by striking out "$17" and substituting 
"$20";
	(d)	in clause (d) by striking out "$3" and substituting 
"$8".

15   Section 16 is amended
	(a)	by adding "of services" after "provision";
	(b)	in clause (a) by striking out "$3" and substituting 
"$5 per service";
	(c)	in clause (b) by striking out "$3" and substituting 
"$5".

16   Section 20 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Fees for guide and instruction permits
20   The Minister may by written directive
	(a)	provide for fees in respect of permits authorizing 
persons to act as guides or to conduct courses of paid 
instruction in outdoor activities in parks and recreation 
areas, and
	(b)	for that purpose, classify such permits and provide for 
different fees for different classes.

17   The following is added after section 21:
Special events
21.1   The Minister may by written directive establish fees for 
special events in parks and recreation areas.

18   This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 2006.





AR 64/2006	ASSURED INCOME FOR THE SEVERELY HANDICAPPED
AR 65/2006	SENIORS BENEFIT
AR 67/2006	OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION
AR 69/2006	ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES AND JURISDICTION
AR 70/2006	HEALTH INSURANCE PREMIUMS
AR 71/2006	MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT
AR 72/2006	MARKETING OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS
AR 73/2006	MARKETING OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS
AR 74/2006	PROVINCIAL PARKS