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Alberta Regulation 138/2006
Protection of Children Abusing Drugs Act
PROTECTION OF CHILDREN ABUSING DRUGS ACT COURT FORMS 
AND PROCEDURES REGULATION
Filed: June 5, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Health and Wellness (M.O. 60/2006) 
on June 1, 2006 pursuant to section 12(a) and (b) of the Protection of Children 
Abusing Drugs Act. 
Table of Contents


	1	Application form
	2	Defect of form
	3	Forms
	4	Expiry
	5	Coming into force 
 
Schedule
Application form
1(1)  An application under the Act must be commenced by completing 
and filing the relevant form with the clerk of the Court before the 
Court hears the application.
(2)  Notwithstanding subsection (1), the Court may hear an application 
before the relevant form is filed with the clerk of the Court.
Defect of form
2   No proceeding shall be defeated on the ground of an alleged defect 
of form.
Forms
3   The forms to be used in any application to the Court under the Act 
are the forms in the Schedule.
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 June 30, 2016.
Coming into force
5   This Regulation comes into force on July 1, 2006.
Schedule 
 
Form 1 
 
Notice and Application for an 
Apprehension and Confinement Order 
 
In the Provincial Court of Alberta 
In the Matter of an Application Under Section 2 
of the Protection of Children Abusing Drugs Act
Regarding                 (Child's name)                  ,
A child within the meaning of the Protection of Children Abusing 
Drugs Act
Born          (Child's birth date)          
Application
This application is made regarding the Child.
My name is                                        .  My address is                         
                                .  My telephone number is                                 .
I am a guardian of the Child.*
?  I am applying for an order under section 2 of the Protection of 
Children Abusing Drugs Act to:
	a. 	authorize the confinement of the Child in a protective safe 
house for a period of not more than 5 days,
	b. 	authorize the director or the head of the safe house to confine 
the Child in accordance with the order, and
	c. 	authorize the Alberta Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission 
to assess the Child and to treat the Child for detoxification 
during the confinement.
?  I am applying for an order under section 2 of the Protection of 
Children Abusing Drugs Act to authorize a police officer to apprehend 
and convey the Child to a protective safe house.
?  I am applying for an order under section 2 of the Protection of 
Children Abusing Drugs Act to authorize a police officer to enter, by 
force if necessary, the place or premises at  	 
                                                                                     , and to search for 
and apprehend the Child.
*  If the child has any other guardian(s), including a director under the 
Child, Youth and Family Enhancement Act, the other guardian(s) must 
be given notice of this application.
Affidavit - Reasons for Application*
In support of my application, I make oath and say:
	(a)	My reasons for making this application are: (Describe in your 
own words what you know about the Child's use of drugs 
and what effect you believe the use of drugs is having on the 
Child.  Any additional pages you wish to add must be sworn 
and attached to this affidavit.)
                                                                                                   
                                                                                                  
	(b)	I believe that the Child may be found at:                             
                                               .  My reasons for believing the 
Child is at this location are that:                                    
                                                                                            .
   (Signature of Applicant)   
SWORN BEFORE ME at                    ) 
in the Province of Alberta, this            ) 
day of                                     , 20        )
                                                              
(Commissioner for Oaths in and for 
the Province of Alberta)
*  Under section 2 of the Protection of 
Children Abusing Drugs Act ("PCHAD"), a 
Court may grant an apprehension and 
confinement order if the Court is satisfied 
that the child is abusing drugs.  The Act 
states that "a child is abusing a drug if 
the child is using the drug and the use 
caused or is likely to cause significant 
psychological or social harm to the child, 
or physical harm to the child or others".  
Under section 1 of PCHAD, "drug" is defined 
as "alcohol or a substance, other than a 
tobacco product, (i) whose use is controlled 
by law, or (ii) that is used by the child in 
a manner that is not intended by the 
manufacturer of the substance".
Notice
To:  Alberta Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission,* and
To:               (name(s) of other guardian(s), if any)             
This is your notice that I am applying to the Court for the order 
described above.
The Court hearing will be at              am/pm, on      (day)      
     (month)     , 20    , at           (location)          .
If you want to speak to the judge about my application, you must 
attend the Court hearing.  At the end of the hearing, the judge will 
decide whether or not to make an order to apprehend and confine the 
Child.
If you do not attend the hearing, the judge may make the 
decision in your absence.
*  Notice to the Alberta Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission may be 
given by telephone at 1-888-844-5395.
Form 2 
 
Affidavit of Service to 
Alberta Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission 
 
In the Provincial Court of Alberta 
In the Matter of an Application Under Section 2 
of the Protection of Children Abusing Drugs Act
Regarding                 (Child's name)                  ,
A child within the meaning of the Protection of Children Abusing 
Drugs Act
Born          (Child's birth date)          
Affidavit
I,      (name of applicant)     , of           (address)           make oath and 
say that I am a guardian of the Child.
I served notice to the Alberta Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission on 
   (date notice given)    that I am making an application for an 
Apprehension and Confinement Order regarding the Child.
I served notice by way of:
?  personal delivery to                        (address)                        
?  telephone                       (telephone number)                         
?  facsimile                        (facsimile number)                         
?  other                    (describe method of service)                     
The notice I served consisted of:
?  a copy of the Notice and Application for an Apprehension and 
Confinement Order,
?  a written notice of the nature, date, time and place of hearing 
(attach copy),
?  a verbal notice of the nature, date, time and place of hearing, or
?  other (describe).
   (Signature of Person making Affidavit)   
SWORN BEFORE ME at                    ) 
in the Province of Alberta, this            ) 
day of                                     , 20        )
                                                              
(Commissioner for Oaths in and for 
the Province of Alberta)
Form 3 
 
Affidavit of Service to 
Other Guardian 
 
In the Provincial Court of Alberta 
In the Matter of an Application Under Section 2 
of the Protection of Children Abusing Drugs Act
Regarding                 (Child's name)                  ,
A child within the meaning of the Protection of Children Abusing 
Drugs Act
Born          (Child's birth date)          
Affidavit
I,      (name of applicant)     , of           (address)           make oath and 
say that I am a guardian of the Child.
I served notice to             (name of other guardian)             on    (date 
notice given)    that I am making an application for an Apprehension 
and Confinement Order regarding the Child.
I served notice by way of:
?  personal delivery to                        (address)                        
?  telephone                       (telephone number)                         
?  facsimile                        (facsimile number)                         
?  other                    (describe method of service)                     
The notice I served consisted of:
?  a copy of the Notice and Application for an Apprehension and 
Confinement Order,
?  a written notice of the nature, date, time and place of hearing 
(attach copy),
?  a verbal notice of the nature, date, time and place of hearing, or
?  other (describe).
   (Signature of Person making Affidavit)   
SWORN BEFORE ME at                    ) 
in the Province of Alberta, this            ) 
day of                                     , 20        )
                                                              
(Commissioner for Oaths in and for 
the Province of Alberta)
Form 4 
 
Request for Review of 
an Apprehension and Confinement Order 
 
In the Provincial Court of Alberta 
In the Matter of an Application for Review Under Section 4 
of the Protection of Children Abusing Drugs Act
Regarding                 (Child's name)                  ,
A child within the meaning of the Protection of Children Abusing 
Drugs Act
Born          (Child's birth date)          
Request for Review
I am the Child    (name of Child)  .  I was born   (year/month/day)  .
I am requesting a Review of the Apprehension and Confinement Order 
dated   (year/month/day)  .
OPTIONAL:  describe your reasons for asking the Court to review the 
Apprehension and Confinement Order                                       
                                                                                                           
	                  (Signature)                  
   (Date of Request for Review)   


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Alberta Regulation 139/2006
School Act
PRACTICE REVIEW OF TEACHERS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: June 6, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Education (M.O. 011/2006) on May 
28, 2006 pursuant to section 94 of the School Act. 
1   The Practice Review of Teachers Regulation (AR 4/99) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 31 is amended by striking out "2006" and 
substituting "2008".



Alberta Regulation 140/2006
Alberta Energy and Utilities Board Act
ADMINISTRATION FEES AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: June 7, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board on June 6, 
2006 pursuant to section 6 of the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board Act. 
1   The Administration Fees Regulation (AR 135/2002) is 
amended by this Regulation.



2   Sections 1, 2 and 3 are repealed and the following is 
substituted:
Administration fee - coal mine
1(1)  In this section, "coal production" means the total tons of coal 
mined in Alberta by an operator of a coal mine in the 2005 
calendar year.
(2)  The administration fees payable for the purpose of section 6 of 
the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board Act for the fiscal year 
2006-2007 by operators in respect of their coal mines are 
calculated as follows:
coal production x $0.036398 for each ton of coal = 
administration fee.
Administration fee - power plants
2(1)  In this section, "marketed production" means the total 
electric energy generated in Alberta by each operator of a power 
plant or plants that is exchanged through the Power Pool of 
Alberta, or sold to or through the City of Medicine Hat, in the 2005 
calendar year.
(2)  The administration fees payable for the purpose of section 6 of 
the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board Act for the fiscal year 
2006-2007 by operators in respect of their power plants are 
calculated as follows:
marketed production x $0.012206 for each MWh = 
administration fee.
(3)  Where the administration fee calculated under subsection (2) is 
less than $5000 in total, the operator is exempt from the payment 
of the administration fee.
Prescribed date
3   For the purposes of section 6 of the Alberta Energy and 
Utilities Board Act and this Regulation, the prescribed date for the 
fiscal year 2006-2007 is March 31, 2007.


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Alberta Regulation 141/2006
Public Utilities Board Act
GENERAL ASSESSMENT ORDER FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 2006-2007
Filed: June 7, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board on June 6, 
2006 pursuant to section 22 of the Public Utilities Board Act. 
Assessments
1   The assessments for the purposes of section 22 of the Public 
Utilities Board Act for the fiscal year 2006-2007 are prescribed as set 
out in the Schedule.
Repeal
2   The General Assessment Order for the Fiscal Year 2005-2006 
(AR 121/2005) is repealed.
Schedule
The following persons shall pay the following assessments for each 
class in one lump sum on or before July 17, 2006:
Gas Transmission
NOVA Gas Transmission Ltd.	$ 1 064 269.15
ATCO Gas and Pipelines Ltd. (ATCO Pipelines - 
Gas Transmission)	   260 730.85
Gas Distribution
ATCO Gas and Pipelines Ltd. (ATCO Gas -  
Gas Distribution)	1 294 364.02
AltaGas Utilities Inc.	   219 635.98
Gas Retail
Direct Energy Marketing Limited (DRT)	1 041 000.00
Electric Distribution
ENMAX Power Corporation	355 469.03
EPCOR Distribution Inc.	301 216.36
FortisAlberta Inc.	441 582.32
ATCO Electric Ltd.	415 730.77
Electric Retail
ENMAX Energy Corporation	315 669.32
EPCOR Energy Inc.	318 202.73
EPCOR Energy Alberta Inc.	499 445.50
Direct Energy Marketing Limited (RRT)	191 682.45
Electric Transmission
Independent System Operator	2 184 000.00


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Alberta Regulation 142/2006
Oil and Gas Conservation Act
OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: June 7, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board on June 6, 
2006 pursuant to sections 58 and 59 of the Oil and Gas Conservation Act. 
1   The Oil and Gas Conservation Regulation (AR 151/71) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 16.080 is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
16.080(1)  An operator of one or more approved oil sands 
projects shall pay for the base year the total of the administration 
fees calculated in accordance with the formulas set out in 
subsections (3) to (7).
(2)  An operator of a portion of an oil sands project shall pay for 
the base year an administration fee in the amount determined in 
accordance with subsection (1) that corresponds to that operator's 
portion of the oil sands project.
(3)  An operator of one or more Class 1 approved oil sands projects 
shall pay an administration fee calculated in accordance with the 
following formula:
		Fee for Class 1 = [(A x $5000) + B + (C x total bitumen 
volumes produced in the base year by the operator's Class 1 
oil sands projects)] x 1.345950
		where
	A	is the number of Class 1 oil sands projects approvals 
held by the operator
	B	is the fixed amount selected from Table A which 
corresponds to the applicable production range from 
Table A that contains the total bitumen volumes 
produced in the base year by the operator's Class 1 oil 
sands projects
	C	is the variable rate selected from Table A which 
corresponds to the applicable production range from 
Table A that contains the total bitumen volumes 
produced in the base year by the operator's Class 1 oil 
sands projects.
(4)  An operator of one or more Class 2 approved oils sands 
projects shall pay an administration fee calculated in accordance 
with the following formula:
		Fee for Class 2 = [(A x $5000) + B + (C x total bitumen 
volumes produced in the base year by the operator's Class 2 
oil sands projects)] x 1.633318
		where
	A	is the number of Class 2 oil sands projects approvals 
held by the operator
	B	is the fixed amount selected from Table A which 
corresponds to the applicable production range from 
Table A that contains the total bitumen volumes 
produced in the base year by the operator's Class 2 oil 
sands projects
	C	is the variable rate selected from Table A which 
corresponds to the applicable production range from 
Table A that contains the total bitumen volumes 
produced in the base year by the operator's Class 2 oil 
sands projects.
(5)  An operator of one or more Class 3 approved oil sands projects 
shall pay an administration fee in respect of each project calculated 
in accordance with the following formula:
		Fee for Class 3 project = [$5000 + A +(B x C)] x 1.352986
		where
	A	is the fixed amount selected from Table A which 
corresponds to the applicable production range from 
Table A that contains the amount that is determined by 
dividing the difference between the maximum amount 
of bitumen volumes that may be produced by the project 
in the base year under the approval and the volumes that 
were actually produced by the age of the approval or the 
most recent amended approval, calculated from the date 
of issuance to December 31 of the base year and 
rounded up to a full year (but if the bitumen volumes 
produced exceed the maximum amount that may be 
produced, A is $5000)
	B	is the variable rate selected from Table A which 
corresponds to the applicable production range from 
Table A that contains the amount that is determined by 
dividing the difference between the maximum amount 
of bitumen volumes that may be produced by the project 
in the base year under the approval and the volumes that 
were actually produced by the age of the approval or the 
most recent amended approval, calculated from the date 
of issuance to December 31 of the base year and 
rounded up to a full year (but if the project did not 
produce any bitumen in the base year or if the bitumen 
volumes produced exceed the maximum amount that 
may be produced, B is 0)
	C	is the amount determined by dividing the difference 
between the maximum amount of bitumen volumes that 
may be produced by the project in the base year under 
the approval and the volumes that were actually 
produced by the age of the approval or the most recent 
amended approval, calculated from the date of issuance 
to December 31 of the base year and rounded up to a 
full year.
(6)  An operator of one or more Class 4 approved oil sands projects 
shall pay an administration fee calculated in accordance with the 
following formula:
		Fee for Class 4 = [(A x $10 000) + B + (C x total bitumen 
volumes produced in the base year by the operator's Class 4 
oil sands projects)] x 1.199625
		where
	A	is the number of Class 4 oil sands project approvals held 
by the operator
	B	is the fixed amount selected from Table B which 
corresponds to the applicable production range from 
Table B that contains the total bitumen volumes 
produced in the base year by the operator's Class 4 oil 
sands projects
	C	is the variable rate selected from Table B which 
corresponds to the applicable production range from 
Table B that contains the total bitumen volumes 
produced in the base year by the operator's Class 4 oil 
sands projects.
(7)  An operator of one or more Class 5 approved oil sands projects 
shall pay an administration fee in respect of each project calculated 
in accordance with the following formula:
		Fee for Class 5 project = [$10 000 + A +(B x C)] x 3.551656
		where
	A	is the fixed amount selected from Table B which 
corresponds to the applicable production range from 
Table B that contains the amount that is determined by 
dividing the difference between the maximum amount 
of bitumen volumes that may be produced by the project 
in the base year under the application or approval and 
the volumes that were actually produced by the age of 
the approval, the most recent amended approval or the 
most recent application for an amendment to the 
approval, calculated from the date of issuance to 
December 31 of the base year and rounded up to a full 
year (but if the bitumen volumes produced exceed the 
maximum amount that may be produced, A is $2500)
	B	is the variable rate selected from Table B which 
corresponds to the applicable production range from 
Table B that contains the amount that is determined by 
dividing the difference between the maximum amount 
of bitumen volumes that may be produced in the base 
year under the application or approval and the volumes 
that were actually produced by the age of the approval, 
the most recent amended approval or the most recent 
application for an amendment to the approval, 
calculated from the date of issuance to December 31 of 
the base year and rounded up to a full year (but if the 
project did not produce any bitumen in the base year or 
if the bitumen volumes produced exceed the maximum 
amount that may be produced, B is 0)
	C	is the amount determined by dividing the difference 
between the maximum amount of bitumen volumes that 
may be produced by the project in the base year under 
the application or approval and the volumes that were 
actually produced by the age of the approval, the most 
recent amended approval or the most recent application 
for an amendment to the approval, calculated from the 
date of issuance to December 31 of the base year and 
rounded up to a full year.

Table A
  Production Range (m3)
Minimum
   Maximum
    Fixed 
    amount $
  Variable rate
	0
	4999
	5000
	0
	5000
	19 999
	5000
	0.5000
	20 000
	49 999
	9000
	0.3000
	50 000
	349 999
	15 000
	0.1800
	350 000
	2 499 999
	50 000
	0.0800
	2 500 000
	4 999 999
	100 000
	0.0600
	5 000 000
	9 999 999
	200 000
	0.0400
	10 000 000
	19 999 999
	380 000
	0.0220
	20 000 000
	29 999 999
	570 000
	0.0125
	30 000 000

	700 000
	0.0100

Table B
  Production Range (m3)
Minimum
   Maximum
    Fixed 
    amount $
  Variable rate
	0
	4999
	2500
	0
	5000
	19 999
	2500
	0.4000
	20 000
	49 999
	6250
	0.2125
	50 000
	349 999
	10 000
	0.1375
	350 000
	2 499 999
	25 000
	0.0946
	2 500 000
	4 999 999
	65 000
	0.0786
	5 000 000
	9 999 999
	125 000
	0.0666
	10 000 000
	19 999 999
	200 000
	0.0591
	20 000 000
	29 999 999
	325 000
	0.0529
	30 000 000

	500 000
	0.0471

3   Section 16.081 is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
16.081   For the 2006-2007 fiscal year of the Board, the annual 
adjustment factor of 0.889667 must be applied to the 
administration fees for wells described in section 16.070.

4   Section 16.100 is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
16.100   For the purpose of Part 10 of the Act, the prescribed date 
for the 2006-2007 fiscal year of the Board is March 31, 2007.


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Alberta Regulation 143/2006
School Act
SCHOOL COUNCILS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: June 9, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Education (M.O. 012/2006) on June 
5, 2006 pursuant to section 22(10) of the School Act. 
1   The School Councils Regulation (AR 171/98) is amended 
by this Regulation.

2   Section 19 is amended by striking out "June 30, 2006" and 
substituting "June 30, 2007".


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Alberta Regulation 144/2006
Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act
CONSERVATION EASEMENT REGISTRATION 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: June 9, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Environment (M.O. 11/2006) on May 
31, 2006 pursuant to section 36 of the Environmental Protection and Enhancement 
Act. 
1   The Conservation Easement Registration Regulation 
(AR 215/96) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 5 is amended by striking out "2006" and 
substituting "2011".



Alberta Regulation 145/2006
School Act
HOME EDUCATION REGULATION
Filed: June 13, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Education (M.O. 010/2006) on June 
3, 2006 pursuant to section 29(3) of the School Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	Notice of intention to provide home education program
	3	Home education program
	4	Evaluation of student progress
	5	Responsibilities of associate board or associate private school
	6	High school credit eligibility
	7	Funding
	8	Termination of home education program
	9	Ministerial review
	10	Repeal
	11	Expiry 
 
Schedule


Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Act" means the School Act;
	(b)	"Alberta Programs of Study" means the courses of study, 
education programs and instructional materials prescribed, 
authorized and approved by the Minister under section 
39(1)(a), (b) and (d) of the Act;
	(c)	"associate board or associate private school" means
	(i)	the resident board,
	(ii)	the willing non-resident board, or
	(iii)	the private school accredited under section 28(2) of the 
Act
		that is supervising or has agreed to supervise a home 
education program;
	(d)	"evaluation" means a judgment as to the quality, worth or 
value of a response, product or performance of a student in a 
particular year, based on the activities selected by a parent to 
be focused on in a home education program for that year 
pursuant to section 3(3);
	(e)	"home education program" means an education program 
provided by a parent to a student in accordance with this 
Regulation, but does not include any portion of an education 
program that is the responsibility of a board or an accredited 
private school to deliver;
	(f)	"outcomes" means,
	(i)	with respect to a student receiving a home education 
program that follows the Alberta Programs of Study, the 
learning goals prescribed by the Minister, and
	(ii)	with respect to a student receiving a home education 
program that does not follow the Alberta Programs of 
Study, the learning goals set out in the Schedule;
	(g)	"resident board" means the board of the district or division of 
which a student is a resident student;
	(h)	"teacher" means a teacher as defined in the Act;
	(i)	"willing non-resident board" means a board that is not the 
student's resident board but has agreed to supervise a home 
education program.
Notice of intention to provide home education program
2(1)  A parent who intends to provide a home education program to a 
student during a school year must notify the associate board or 
associate private school of that intention using the form set by the 
Minister.
(2)  A parent who is providing a home education program to a student 
during a school year and intends to continue doing so during the next 
school year must notify the associate board or associate private school 
of that intention using the form set by the Minister.
(3)  An associate board or associate private school that receives a 
notice under subsection (1) or (2)
	(a)	must complete its portion of the form referred to in 
subsection (1) or (2), and
	(b)	must notify the parent in writing within 15 school days after 
receiving the notice that it agrees to supervise or continue to 
supervise the home education program.
(4)  An associate board or associate private school must notify the 
parent of any implications that a home education program may have on 
the student's eligibility to be granted high school credits under section 
6.
Home education program
3(1)  A parent who intends to provide a home education program must 
develop the program.
(2)  A home education program must enable a student to achieve 
outcomes that are appropriate to that program.
(3)  Each year a parent who intends to provide a home education 
program must select activities to be focused on in the year that will 
enable the student to achieve the ultimate goal set out in subsection (2).
(4)  A home education program may follow the Alberta Programs of 
Study.
(5)  Where a home education program does not follow the Alberta 
Programs of Study,
	(a)	the parent providing the program must certify, using the form 
set by the Minister, that the activities selected by the parent 
for the year under subsection (3) will enable the student to 
achieve the ultimate goal set out in subsection (2), and
	(b)	the associate board or associate private school that will 
supervise the program must accept the program, including 
the selection of activities, in writing.
(6)  A parent referred to in subsection (5) must provide to the associate 
board or associate private school a written description of the program 
which must include
	(a)	a list of the activities selected by the parent under subsection 
(3) and an explanation as to how those activities will enable 
the student to achieve the ultimate goal set out in subsection 
(2),
	(b)	the instructional methods and resources to be used,
	(c)	the means of conducting evaluations of the student's 
progress, and
	(d)	the name of the person instructing the home education 
program, if not the parent.
(7)  A parent who has provided a description of a home education 
program under subsection (6) may alter the program, and must notify 
the associate board or associate private school of any significant 
changes to the program.
(8)  A teacher employed by the associate board or associate private 
school must, at the request of a parent, advise and provide assistance to 
the parent in the preparation of the written description of a home 
education program.
(9)  A parent providing a home education program must administer and 
manage the home education program.
Evaluation of student progress
4(1)  A parent providing a home education program to a student
	(a)	must, at regular intervals, conduct an evaluation of the 
progress of the student
	(i)	by maintaining dated samples of student work and a 
general record of the student's activities, and
	(ii)	by maintaining a record of the methods and dates of 
those evaluations,
	(b)	must be available for a regular review of the student's 
achievement with the associate board or associate private 
school at a time and place mutually agreeable to the parent 
and the associate board or associate private school, and
	(c)	must ensure that the student is available in order that the 
associate board or associate private school may conduct an 
evaluation of the progress of the student
	(i)	at a time and place mutually agreeable to the parent and 
the associate board or associate private school, and
	(ii)	in the presence of the parent, if the parent chooses to be 
present.
(2)  An associate board or associate private school supervising a home 
education program
	(a)	must ensure that a student at a level equivalent to grade 3, 6 
or 9 is given the opportunity to write the grade 3, 6 or 9 
provincial achievement test, as the case may be,
	(i)	at the time designated by the Minister, and
	(ii)	under the supervision of the associate board or associate 
private school,
	(b)	must arrange for teachers employed by the associate board or 
associate private school to conduct at least 2 evaluations of 
the progress of the student in each school year,
	(c)	must record in the records maintained under section 5(e) the 
results of the tests, if written, referred to in clause (a) of this 
subsection and of the evaluations referred to in subsection 
(1)(c),
	(d)	must advise the student's parent as to the progress of the 
student, and
	(e)	must make recommendations to the student's parent on any 
matter that may assist the student in attaining a higher level 
of achievement, where necessary.
Responsibilities of associate board or associate private school
5   An associate board or associate private school supervising home 
education programs must
	(a)	facilitate student learning by offering assistance and advice to 
parents providing home education programs,
	(b)	assign teachers to home education who are supportive of 
home education parents and students and who are informed 
about the special characteristics of tutorial learning,
	(c)	provide parents providing home education programs with 
access to a copy of all policies of the associate board or 
associate private school respecting the supervision of home 
education students and notify parents of any changes in those 
policies,
	(d)	advise parents providing home education programs of the 
services and resources of the associate board or associate 
private school that are available for use by the parents and 
students,
	(e)	provide for and maintain student records and advise parents 
providing home education programs that they may view 
those records, and
	(f)	advise a parent providing a home education program of 
entries made in the records maintained under clause (e) 
relating to the progress of the student.
High school credit eligibility
6   On the recommendation of a school principal, a student receiving a 
home education program that follows the Alberta Programs of Study is 
eligible to receive high school credits if the student achieves the course 
standards and outcomes prescribed by the Minister.
Funding
7(1)  The Minister must provide funding in accordance with the 
regulations made under the Government Organization Act or the 
School Act to an associate board or associate private school that 
supervises a home education program.
(2)  An associate board or associate private school must offer not less 
than 50% of the home education program funding received under 
subsection (1) to the parents who are providing home education 
programs to students.
(3)  Notwithstanding subsection (2), if a parent chooses to use distance 
learning materials approved by the Minister, the associate board or 
associate private school is entitled to use the portion attributed to the 
parent under subsection (2) to pay for those materials.
(4)  A parent who receives funding under subsection (2)
	(a)	must
	(i)	use the funding only to defray the costs incurred by the 
parent for programs of study, instructional materials or 
other resources related to the home education program, 
and
	(ii)	provide the associate board or associate private school 
with receipts showing how the funding was spent,
		and
	(b)	must not use the funding
	(i)	as a form of personal remuneration, or
	(ii)	to pay for travel costs or other expenses usually required 
to be paid by a parent of a student who is enrolled in a 
school operated by a board or private school.
(5)  A parent may decline all or part of any funding offered by an 
associate board or associate private school under subsection (2).
(6)  Any instructional materials, other than materials that cannot be 
used again, purchased by a parent with funding received under 
subsection (2), must be returned to the associate board or associate 
private school within one year following the student's completion of 
the course to which the materials relate if the associate board or 
associate private school requests those materials within that year.
Termination of home education program
8(1)  During the school year, an associate board or associate private 
school supervising a home education program may terminate the home 
education program by notice to the parent if
	(a)	the associate board or associate private school determines 
that the student is not making reasonable progress in the 
activities selected by the parent under section 3(3) or in 
achieving the ultimate goal set out in section 3(2), or
	(b)	the parent providing the home education program has not met 
the requirements of this Regulation.
(2)  A notice under subsection (1)
	(a)	must be in writing,
	(b)	must contain reasons for the termination, and
	(c)	must inform the parent of the parent's right under section 124 
of the Act to ask the Minister to review the decision to 
terminate the home education program.
(3)  A termination under subsection (1)(a)
	(a)	must be made in consultation with the parent, and
	(b)	must give due consideration to
	(i)	the age, grade level and abilities of the student, and
	(ii)	the evaluations of the progress of the student conducted 
by the associate board or associate private school and 
the parent under section 4.
(4)  A parent may terminate a home education program by
	(a)	providing notice of the termination in writing to the associate 
board or associate private school, and
	(b)	enrolling the student in a school operated by a board or 
private school.
(5)  Where a student is enrolled in a school operated by a board or 
private school under subsection (4)(b), the board or private school may 
assess the student for the purpose of determining the student's 
appropriate grade or high school course placement.
(6)  If an associate board or associate private school terminates a 
student's home education program under subsection (1) when the 
student has the right of access to an education under section 8 of the 
Act, the associate board or associate private school
	(a)	continues to be responsible for the student's education 
program for the remainder of the school year, and
	(b)	must ensure that the student has access to an appropriate 
education program for the remainder of the school year.
Ministerial review
9   A decision made by an associate board or associate private school 
under this Regulation may be reviewed by the Minister in accordance 
with section 124 of the Act and the Minister may exercise the powers 
set out in section 125 of the Act when reviewing the decision.
Repeal
10   The Home Education Regulation (AR 126/99) is repealed.
Expiry
11   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for 
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be 
repassed in its present or an amended form following a review, this 
Regulation expires on July 31, 2011.
Schedule 
 
Learning Outcomes for Students 
Receiving Home Education Programs That 
Do Not Follow the Alberta Programs of Study
1   A basic education must provide students with a solid core program 
including language arts, mathematics, science and social studies.

2   Students are expected to develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes 
that will prepare them for life after high school.  A basic education will 
allow students to
	(a)	read for information, understanding and enjoyment,
	(b)	write and speak clearly, accurately and appropriately for the 
context,
	(c)	use mathematics to solve problems in business, science and 
daily life situations,
	(d)	understand the physical world, ecology and the diversity of 
life,
	(e)	understand the scientific method, the nature of science and 
technology and their application to daily life,
	(f)	know the history and geography of Canada and have a 
general understanding of world history and geography,
	(g)	understand Canada's political, social and economic systems 
within a global context,
	(h)	respect the cultural diversity, the religious diversity and the 
common values of Canada,
	(i)	demonstrate desirable personal characteristics such as 
respect, responsibility, fairness, honesty, caring, loyalty and 
commitment to democratic ideals,
	(j)	recognize the importance of personal well-being and 
appreciate how family and others contribute to that 
well-being,
	(k)	know the basic requirements of an active, healthful lifestyle,
	(l)	understand and appreciate literature, the arts and the creative 
process,
	(m)	research an issue thoroughly and evaluate the credibility and 
reliability of information sources,
	(n)	demonstrate critical and creative thinking skills in problem 
solving and decision making,
	(o)	demonstrate competence in using information technologies,
	(p)	know how to work independently and as part of a team,
	(q)	manage time and other resources needed to complete a task,
	(r)	demonstrate initiative, leadership, flexibility and persistence,
	(s)	evaluate their own endeavours and continually strive to 
improve, and
	(t)	have the desire and realize the need for life-long learning.



Alberta Regulation 146/2006
Government Organization Act
SOLICITOR GENERAL GRANTS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: June 14, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 266/2006) 
on June 14, 2006 pursuant to section 13 of the Government Organization Act. 
1   The Solicitor General Grants Regulation (AR 108/2001) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   The title of the Regulation is amended by adding "AND 
PUBLIC SECURITY" after "GENERAL".

3   Section 1 is amended by adding "and Minister of Public 
Security" after "General".

4   Section 9 is amended by striking out "2006" and 
substituting "2016".


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Alberta Regulation 147/2006
Fisheries (Alberta) Act
GENERAL FISHERIES (ALBERTA) (SPECIAL HARVEST 
LICENCE) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: June 14, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 268/2006) 
on June 14, 2006 pursuant to section 43 of the Fisheries (Alberta) Act. 
1   The General Fisheries (Alberta) Regulation (AR 203/97) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 2(a) is amended by adding the following after 
subclause (ii):
	(iii)	special fish harvest licence;

3   The following is added after section 14:
Special fish harvest licence
14.1(1)  The Minister may issue a special fish harvest licence 
authorizing its holder, subject to this section and all other 
applicable laws and in accordance with the conditions of the 
licence, to retain fish that were taken
	(a)	by means of lawful sportfishing,
	(b)	from bodies of water specified by the Minister in the 
licence, and
	(c)	during the periods specified in the licence,
being fish that are of the species and within the maximum number 
and, if applicable, the maximum or minimum or the maximum and 
minimum sizes so specified.
(2)  The Minister may limit in any manner the distribution of 
special fish harvest licences to be issued.
(3)  A special fish harvest licence may be issued only to an 
individual who is a resident of Alberta who
	(a)	holds a sportfishing licence or is another person 
described in section 10(1)(a), (b), (c) or (d), and
	(b)	whether or not section 9.1 applies to that individual, is 
the holder of a valid wildlife identification number card 
referred to in section 9.1.
(4)  The Minister shall issue one or more tags with a special fish 
harvest licence.
(5)  Each tag issued with a special fish harvest licence
	(a)	is valid only for tagging one fish, and one fish only, of 
the species, and conforming to the maximum or 
minimum size, or both, specified in the licence, being a 
fish that was taken during the period and from the body 
of water specified in the licence, and
	(b)	constitutes part of the licence until it is attached to a 
fish.
(6)  Subject to this section, a person shall not retain or after 
retention be in possession of a fish for whose retention a special 
fish harvest licence is required unless, and may retain or so possess 
it if,
	(a)	the person taking it was sportfishing lawfully,
	(b)	that person held a valid special fish harvest licence 
along with a tag issued under subsection (5) appropriate 
for that fish, and
	(c)	that tag has been attached by that person in the manner 
referred to in subsection (8) and, subject to subsection 
(9), remains attached to the fish.
(7)  Subsection (6) does not prohibit the possession by a person 
who received the fish as a gift if the fish was lawfully taken and 
tagged pursuant to this section.
(8)  A person who retains a fish under this section shall, 
immediately after taking it, tag it by attaching an appropriate tag 
issued with the licence through the gill cavity and mouth of the fish 
and securely locking the tag in accordance with the instructions 
printed on the tag.
(9)  A person shall not remove a tag from a fish that is or that 
purports to be tagged in accordance with this section, or be in 
possession of such a fish that does not have such a tag attached, 
unless the fish
	(a)	is being prepared for preservation, or has been 
preserved, by taxidermy, or
	(b)	is being or has been prepared for consumption.


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Alberta Regulation 148/2006
Persons with Developmental Disabilities 
Community Governance Act 
Financial Administration Act
PROVINCIAL BOARD DISSOLUTION AND WINDING-UP REGULATION
Filed: June 14, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 270/2006) 
on June 14, 2006 pursuant to section 23 of the Persons with Developmental 
Disabilities Community Governance Act and section 80 of the Financial 
Administration Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Approval to dissolve and wind up
	2	Dissolution of the Board
	3	Winding-up the Board
	4	Transfer of assets and liabilities
	5	Coming into force
Approval to dissolve and wind up
1   The Lieutenant Governor in Council approves the dissolution and 
winding-up of the Provincial Board.
Dissolution of the Board
2   The Provincial Board is dissolved.
Winding-up the Board
3   The activities of the Provincial Board are wound up and the 
activities are assumed by the Crown.
Transfer of assets and liabilities
4   The following applies:
	(a)	cash and securities of the Provincial Board are the property 
of the Crown, to be deposited in the General Revenue Fund;
	(b)	personal property of the Provincial Board, other than the cash 
and securities referred to in clause (a), is the property of the 
Crown, as represented by the Minister of Seniors and 
Community Supports;
	(c)	the Crown is liable for the obligations and liabilities of the 
Provincial Board;
	(d)	an existing cause of action, claim or liability to prosecution 
of, by or against the Provincial Board is unaffected and may 
be continued by or against the Crown;
	(e)	a civil, criminal or administrative action or proceeding 
pending by or against the Provincial Board may be continued 
by or against the Crown;
	(f)	a conviction against, or ruling, order or judgement in favour 
of or against, the Provincial Board may be enforced by or 
against the Crown.
Coming into force
5   This Regulation comes into force on June 30, 2006.


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Alberta Regulation 149/2006
Disaster Services Act
GOVERNMENT EMERGENCY PLANNING AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: June 14, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 281/2006) 
on June 14, 2006 pursuant to section 6 of the Disaster Services Act. 
1   The Government Emergency Planning Regulation 
(AR 62/2000) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 6 is amended by striking out "June 30, 2006" and 
substituting "December 31, 2006".


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Alberta Regulation 150/2006
Jury Act
JURY ACT AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: June 14, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 284/2006) 
on June 14, 2006 pursuant to section 25 of the Jury Act. 
1   The Jury Act Regulation (AR 68/83) is amended by this 
Regulation.

2   Section 4(1) is amended by repealing clause (b) and 
substituting the following:
	(b)	to a person serving as a juror at a trial, $50 for each day or 
part of a day on which the person serves;

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



Alberta Regulation 151/2006
Condominium Property Act
CONDOMINIUM PROPERTY AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: June 14, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 288/2006) 
on June 14, 2006 pursuant to section 81 of the Condominium Property Act. 
1   The Condominium Property Regulation (AR 168/2000) is 
amended by this Regulation.

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



3   The following is added after section 31:
Part 2.1 
Investments
Authorized investments
31.1   The investments in which a corporation may invest funds 
not immediately required by it in accordance with section 43(1) of 
the Act are those authorized in Schedule 2 to this Regulation.

4   The Schedule is amended in the heading by striking out 
"Schedule" and substituting "Schedule 1".

5   The following is added after Schedule 1:
Schedule 2
Definitions
1   In this Schedule,
	(a)	"body corporate" includes a company or other body 
corporate whenever or however incorporated but does 
not include a corporation incorporated under section 25 
of the Act;
	(b)	"debentures" includes debenture stock;
	(c)	"improved real estate" means an estate in fee simple in 
land
	(i)	on which there exists a building, structure or other 
improvement used or capable of being used for 
residential, commercial or industrial purposes,
	(ii)	on which there is being erected such a building, 
structure or other improvement,
	(iii)	which is serviced with the utilities necessary for 
such a building, structure or other improvement, 
but only when the land is being mortgaged for the 
purpose of erecting the building, structure or other 
improvement, or
	(iv)	which is being used for agricultural purposes,
		but does not include an estate in fee simple in mines or 
minerals held separately from the surface;
	(d)	"loan corporation" means a loan corporation registered 
under the Loan and Trust Corporations Act;
	(e)	"municipal corporation" means
	(i)	a municipal authority as defined in the Municipal 
Government Act, or
	(ii)	a municipality or a municipal authority created by 
legislation similar to the Municipal Government 
Act in another province or territory;
	(f)	"securities" includes stocks, debentures, bonds, shares 
and guaranteed investment certificates or receipts;
	(g)	"trust corporation" means a trust corporation registered 
under the Loan and Trust Corporations Act.
Authorized corporation investments 
2   A corporation may invest any trust money in the 
corporation's hands, if the investment is in all other respects 
reasonable and proper, in any of the following:
	(a)	securities of the Government of Canada, the 
government of any province or territory of Canada, any 
municipal corporation in any province or territory of 
Canada, the Government of the United Kingdom or the 
Government of the United States of America;
	(b)	securities the payment of the principal and interest of 
which is guaranteed by the Government of Canada, the 
government of a province or territory of Canada, a 
municipal corporation in any province or territory of 
Canada, the Government of the United Kingdom or the 
Government of the United States of America;
	(c)	debentures issued by a school division, school district, 
drainage district, hospital district or health region under 
the Regional Health Authorities Act in Alberta that are 
secured by or payable out of rates or taxes;
	(d)	bonds, debentures or other evidences of indebtedness of 
a body corporate that are secured by the assignment to a 
body corporate of payments that the Government of 
Canada or the government of a province or territory of 
Canada has agreed to make, if the payments are 
sufficient
	(i)	to meet the interest on all the bonds, debentures or 
other evidences of indebtedness outstanding as it 
falls due, and
	(ii)	to meet the principal amount of all the bonds, 
debentures or other evidences of indebtedness on 
maturity;
	(e)	bonds, debentures or other evidences of indebtedness
	(i)	of a body corporate incorporated under the laws of 
Canada or of a province or territory of Canada that 
has earned and paid
	(A)	a dividend in each of the 5 years immediately 
preceding the date of investment at least 
equal to the specified annual rate on all of its 
preferred shares, or
	(B)	a dividend in each year of a period of 5 years 
ended less than one year before the date of 
investment on its common shares of at least 
4% of the average value at which the shares 
were carried in the capital stock account of 
the body corporate during the year in which 
the dividend was paid,
				and
	(ii)	that are fully secured by a first mortgage, charge or 
hypothec to a body corporate on any, or on any 
combination, of the following assets:
	(A)	improved real estate;
	(B)	the plant or equipment of a body corporate 
that is used in the transaction of its business;
	(C)	bonds, debentures or other evidences of 
indebtedness or shares of a class or classes 
authorized by this section;
	(f)	bonds, debentures or other evidences of indebtedness 
issued by a body corporate incorporated in Canada if at 
the date of the investment or loan the preferred shares or 
common shares of that body corporate are authorized 
investments under clause (i) or (j);
	(g)	guaranteed investment certificates or receipts of a trust 
corporation;
	(h)	bonds, debentures, notes or deposit receipts of a loan 
corporation, trust corporation or credit union;
	(i)	preferred shares of any body corporate incorporated 
under the laws of Canada or of a province or territory of 
Canada that has earned and paid
	(i)	a dividend in each of the 5 years immediately 
preceding the date of investment at least equal to 
the specified annual rate on all of its preferred 
shares, or
	(ii)	a dividend in each year of a period of 5 years 
ended less than one year before the date of 
investment on its common shares of at least 4% of 
the average value at which the shares were carried 
in the capital stock account of the body corporate 
during the year in which the dividend was paid;
	(j)	fully paid common shares of a body corporate 
incorporated in Canada or the United States of America 
that during a period of 5 years that ended less than one 
year before the date of investment has either
	(i)	paid a dividend in each of those years on its 
common shares, or
	(ii)	had earnings in each of those years available for 
the payment of a dividend on its common shares,
		of at least 4% of the average value at which the shares 
were carried in the capital stock account of the body 
corporate during the year in which the dividend was 
paid or in which the body corporate had earnings 
available for the payment of dividends, as the case may 
be;
	(k)	notes or deposit receipts of banks;
	(l)	securities issued or guaranteed by the International 
Bank for Reconstruction and Development established 
by the Agreement for an International Bank for 
Reconstruction and Development, approved by the 
Bretton Woods and Related Agreements Act (Canada), 
but only if the bonds, debentures or other securities are 
payable in the currency of Canada, the United 
Kingdom, any member of the British Commonwealth or 
the United States of America;
	(m)	securities issued or guaranteed by Inter-American 
Development Bank or by Asian Development Bank, but 
only if the bonds, debentures or other securities are 
payable in the currency of Canada or the United States 
of America;
	(n)	first mortgages, charges or hypothecs on improved real 
estate in Canada, but only if
	(i)	the loan does not exceed 75% of the value of the 
property at the time of the loan as established by a 
report as to the value of the property made by a 
person whom the corporation reasonably believed 
to be a competent valuator, instructed and 
employed independently of any owner of the 
property, or
	(ii)	the loan is an insured loan under the National 
Housing Act, 1954 (Canada) SC 1953-54 c23.
Restrictions on investments 
3(1)  In determining market values of securities a corporation 
may rely on published market quotations of a recognized stock 
exchange in Canada or the United States of America.
(2)  In the case of an investment under section 2(e) the inclusion, 
as additional security under the mortgages, charges or hypothecs, 
of any other assets not of a class authorized by this Schedule as 
investments does not render the bonds, debentures or other 
evidences of indebtedness ineligible as an investment.
(3)  No investment may be made under section 2(e), (h) or (i) 
that would at the time of making the investment cause the 
aggregate market value of the investments made under those 
clauses to exceed 35% of the market value at that time of the 
whole trust estate.
(4)  No sale or other liquidation of any investment made under 
section 2(e), (h) or (i) is required solely because of any change in 
the ratio between the market value of those investments and the 
market value of the whole trust estate.
(5)  In case of an investment under section 2(i) or (j), not more 
than 30% of the total issue of shares of any body corporate may 
be purchased for any trust.
(6)  No investment shall be made under section 2(j) that, at the 
time of making the investment, would cause the aggregate 
market value of the common shares held for any particular trust 
fund to exceed 15% of the market value of that trust fund at that 
time.
(7)  No sale or other liquidation of common shares is required 
under this section solely because of any change in the ratio 
between the market value of those shares and the market value of 
the whole trust fund.
Court approved investments
4   In addition to the investments authorized by section 2, a 
corporation may invest funds in any other securities that the 
Court of Queen's Bench on application in any particular case 
approves as fit and proper, but nothing in this section relieves the 
corporation of the corporation's duty to take reasonable and 
proper care with respect to the investments so authorized.
Deposit of trust funds
5   A corporation may, pending the investment of any trust 
money, deposit it for a time that is reasonable in the 
circumstances
	(a)	in any bank or treasury branch,
	(b)	in any trust corporation,
	(c)	in any credit union, or
	(d)	in any loan corporation.
Registration of securities
6   Except in the case of a security that cannot be registered, a 
corporation that invests in securities shall require the securities to 
be registered in the corporation's name, and the securities may be 
transferred only in the corporation's name.
Variation of investments
7(1)  A corporation in the corporation's discretion may
	(a)	call in any trust funds invested in securities other than 
those authorized by this Schedule and invest the funds 
in securities authorized by this Schedule, and
	(b)	vary any investments authorized by this Schedule.
(2)  No corporation is liable for a breach of trust by reason only 
of the corporation's continuing to hold an investment that since 
its acquisition by the corporation has ceased to be one authorized 
by the instrument of trust or by this Schedule.
(3)  When a corporation has improperly advanced trust money on 
a mortgage that would at the time of the investment have been a 
proper investment in all respects for a lesser sum than was 
actually advanced, the security is deemed to be an authorized 
investment for that lesser sum and the corporation is liable to 
make good only the amount advanced in excess of the lesser 
amount with interest.
Concurrence by corporation in corporate schemes
8(1)  When a corporation holds securities of a body corporate in 
which the corporation has properly invested money under this 
Schedule, the corporation may concur in any compromise, 
scheme or arrangement
	(a)	for the reconstruction of the body corporate or for the 
winding-up or sale or distribution of its assets,
	(b)	for the sale of all or any part of the property and 
undertaking of the body corporate to another body 
corporate,
	(c)	for the amalgamation of the body corporate with 
another body corporate,
	(d)	for the release, modification or variation of any rights, 
privileges or liabilities attached to the securities or any 
of them, or
	(e)	whereby
	(i)	all or a majority of the shares, stock, bonds, 
debentures and other securities of the body 
corporate, or of any class of them, are to be 
exchanged for shares, stock, bonds, debentures or 
other securities of another body corporate, and
	(ii)	the corporation is to accept the shares, stock, 
bonds, debentures or other securities of the other 
body corporate allotted to the corporation pursuant 
to the compromise, scheme or arrangement,
in like manner as if the corporation were entitled to the securities 
beneficially and may, if the securities are in all other respects 
reasonable and proper investments, accept any securities of any 
denomination or description of the reconstructed or purchasing 
or new body corporate instead of or in exchange for all or any of 
the original securities.
(2)  A corporation is not responsible for any loss occasioned by 
any act or thing done in good faith under subsection (1) and the 
corporation may, if the securities accepted under subsection (1) 
are in all other respects reasonable and proper investments, retain 
them for any period for which the corporation could have 
properly retained the original securities.
Subscription for securities
9(1)  If any conditional or preferential right to subscribe for any 
securities in any body corporate is offered to a corporation in 
respect of any holding in the body corporate, the corporation 
may, as to all or any of the securities,
	(a)	exercise that right and apply capital money subject to 
the trust in payment of the consideration, or renounce 
the right, or
	(b)	assign for the best consideration that can be reasonably 
obtained the benefit of that right, or the title to it, to any 
person, including any beneficiary under the trust,
without being responsible for any loss occasioned by any act or 
thing so done by the corporation in good faith.
(2)  Notwithstanding subsection (1), the consideration for any 
such assignment shall be held as capital money of the trust.

6   This Regulation comes into force on the coming into 
force of the Trustee Amendment Act, 2006.

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AR 138/2006	PROTECTION OF CHILDREN ABUSING DRUGS
THE ALBERTA GAZETTE, PART II, JUNE 30, 2006

THE ALBERTA GAZETTE, PART II, JUNE 30, 2006


AR 140/2006	ALBERTA ENERGY AND UTILITIES BOARD
THE ALBERTA GAZETTE, PART II, JUNE 30, 2006


AR 141/2006	PUBLIC UTILITIES BOARD
THE ALBERTA GAZETTE, PART II, JUNE 30, 2006


AR 142/2006	OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION
THE ALBERTA GAZETTE, PART II, JUNE 30, 2006

THE ALBERTA GAZETTE, PART II, JUNE 30, 2006


AR 145/2006	SCHOOL
THE ALBERTA GAZETTE, PART II, JUNE 30, 2006

THE ALBERTA GAZETTE, PART II, JUNE 30, 2006


AR 147/2006	FISHERIES (ALBERTA)
THE ALBERTA GAZETTE, PART II, JUNE 30, 2006


AR 148/2006	PERSONS WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES 
	COMMUNITY GOVERNANCE; FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION

THE ALBERTA GAZETTE, PART II, JUNE 30, 2006