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Alberta Regulation 156/2006
Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act
IRONWORKER TRADE REGULATION
Filed: July 4, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training 
Board on June 23, 2006 pursuant to section 33(2) and approved by the Minister of 
Advanced Education on June 23, 2006 pursuant to section 33(2) of the Apprenticeship 
and Industry Training Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
Part 1 
General Matters Respecting the Trade
	2	Constitution of the trade
	3	Tasks, activities and functions
	4	Supervision, etc. of apprentices
Part 2 
Ironworker Branch of the Trade
	5	Definitions
Trade Matters Respecting the Branch
	6	Undertakings constituting the branch
	7	Tasks, activities and functions
Apprenticeship
	8	Term of apprenticeship program
	9	Employment of apprentices
	10	Wages
Part 3 
Metal Building Systems Erector 
Branch of the Trade
	11	Definitions
Trade Matters Respecting the Branch
	12	Undertakings constituting the branch
	13	Tasks, activities and functions
Apprenticeship
	14	Term of apprenticeship program   
	15	Employment of apprentices
16	Wages
Part 4 
Structural/Ornamental Branch of the Trade
Trade Matters Respecting the Branch
	17	Undertakings constituting the branch
	18	Tasks, activities and functions
Apprenticeship
	19	Term of apprenticeship program
	20	Employment of apprentices
	21	Wages
Part 5 
Reinforcing Branch of the Trade
		Trade Matters Respecting the Branch
	22	Undertakings constituting the branch
	23	Tasks, activities and functions
Apprenticeship
	24	Term of apprenticeship program  
	25	Employment of apprentices
	26	Wages
Part 6 
Transitional Provisions, Repeals, 
Expiry and Coming into Force
	27	Repeal
	28	Expiry
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"apprentice" means a person who is an apprentice in the 
trade;
	(b)	"certified journeyman" means a certified journeyman as 
defined in the Apprenticeship Program Regulation 
(AR 258/2000);
	(c)	"technical training" means technical training as defined in the 
Apprenticeship Program Regulation (AR 258/2000);
	(d)	"trade" means the occupation of ironworker that is 
designated as a compulsory certification trade pursuant to the 
Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act.
Part 1  
General Matters Respecting  
the Trade
Constitution of the trade
2(1)  The undertakings set out in sections 6, 12, 17 and 22 constitute 
the trade.
(2)  The trade is made up of
	(a)	the ironworker branch of the trade,
	(b)	the metal building systems erector branch of the trade,
	(c)	the structural/ornamental branch of the trade, and
	(d)	the reinforcing branch of the trade.
Tasks, activities and functions
3   When practising or otherwise carrying out work in the trade, the 
tasks, activities and functions set out in sections 7, 13, 18 and 23 come 
within the trade.
Supervision, etc. of apprentices
4(1)  Where, in respect of a branch of the trade, a person is a certified 
journeyman and is to provide supervision to an apprentice, that 
journeyman is eligible to supervise that apprentice only
	(a)	in respect of the undertakings that constitute that branch, and
	(b)	in respect of tasks, activities and functions that come within 
that branch,
for which that person is a certified journeyman.
(2)  Where a person is an apprentice in an apprenticeship program in a 
branch of the trade and is employed in respect of another branch of the 
trade, that apprentice is eligible to carry out work only
	(a)	in respect of the undertakings that constitute that branch, and
	(b)	in respect of tasks, activities and functions that come within 
that branch,
for which that person is an apprentice.
Part 2 
Ironworker Branch of the Trade
Definitions
5   In this Part, "structures" means the following:
	(a)	curtain walls;
	(b)	bridges;
	(c)	metal building systems as defined in section 11;
	(d)	steel, concrete or precast structures not referred to in clauses 
(a) to (c);
	(e)	platforms, ladders, walkways, floors, roofs, supports and 
similar equipment related to or used in respect of structures 
referred to in clauses (a) to (d).
Trade Matters Respecting the Branch
Undertakings constituting the branch
6   The following undertakings constitute the ironworker branch of the 
trade:
	(a)	the field fabrication, assembly, erection and disassembly of 
structures;
	(b)	the service, maintenance and repair of structures;
	(c)	the field fabrication and erection of structural, miscellaneous 
and ornamental metal work;
	(d)	the placement of precast or prestressed concrete, concrete 
reinforcement materials and concrete.
Tasks, activities and functions
7   When practising or otherwise carrying out work in the ironworker 
branch of the trade, the following tasks, activities and functions come 
within that branch of the trade:
	(a)	using detailed drawings and blueprints and other 
specifications;
	(b)	performing post-tensioning;
	(c)	performing prestressing;
	(d)		using hand tools, power tools and shop equipment, including 
transits, levels, explosive actuated tools, post drills, radial 
drills, angle rolls, punches, shears, brakes and presses;
	(e)	using, setting up or assembling rigging equipment, including 
wire rope, block and tackle, cranes, derricks, hoisting 
equipment, swing stages, aerial platforms and scaffolds;
	(f)	using oxyfuel cutting and arc tack welding equipment in heat 
straightening, cutting and joining metals;
	(g)	using new technology;
	(h)	placing mechanical equipment and components;
	(i)	using and maintaining fall protection systems.
Apprenticeship
Term of apprenticeship program
8(1)  Subject to credit for previous training or experience being 
granted pursuant to an order of the Board, the term of an 
apprenticeship program for the ironworker branch of the trade is 4 
periods of not less than 12 months each.
(2)  In the first period of the apprenticeship program, an apprentice 
must acquire not less than 1500 hours of on the job training and 
successfully complete the technical training that is required or 
approved by the Board.
(3)  In the 2nd period of the apprenticeship program, an apprentice 
must acquire not less than 1500 hours of on the job training and 
successfully complete the technical training that is required or 
approved by the Board.
(4)  In the 3rd period of the apprenticeship program, an apprentice 
must acquire not less than 1500 hours of on the job training and 
successfully complete the technical training that is required or 
approved by the Board.
(5)  In the 4th period of the apprenticeship program, an apprentice 
must acquire not less than 1500 hours of on the job training and 
successfully complete the technical training that is required or 
approved by the Board.
Employment of apprentices
9(1)  Where, with respect to the employment of apprentices in the 
ironworker branch of the trade, a person employs an apprentice, that 
employment must be carried out in accordance with this section.
(2)  Subject to subsection (3), a person who is a certified journeyman 
in the ironworker branch of the trade or employs a certified 
journeyman in the ironworker branch of the trade may employ one 
apprentice in that branch of the trade and one additional apprentice in 
that branch for each additional certified journeyman in that branch that 
is employed by that person.
(3)  Subsection (2) does not apply to an apprentice who is engaged in 
an apprenticeship program
	(a)	in the ironworker branch of the trade and has completed all 
the requirements required or approved by the Board for 
advancement into the 4th period of that apprenticeship 
program, or
	(b)	in the structural/ornamental branch of the trade and has 
completed all the requirements required or approved by the 
Board for advancement into the 3rd period of that 
apprenticeship program.
(4)  For the purposes of subsection (2), a person who is a certified 
journeyman in the ironworker branch of the trade or employs a 
certified journeyman in the ironworker branch of the trade, instead of 
employing an apprentice in an apprenticeship program in that branch 
of the trade, may employ an apprentice in an apprenticeship program 
in any other branch of the trade to carry out any of the undertakings 
that constitute the apprentice's branch of the trade.
Wages
10(1)  With respect to the payment of wages to an apprentice in an 
apprenticeship program in the ironworker branch of the trade, a person 
shall not, subject to the Apprenticeship Program Regulation 
(AR 258/2000), pay wages to an apprentice that are less than those 
provided for under subsection (2).
(2)  Subject to the Employment Standards Code, a person employing 
an apprentice referred to in subsection (1) must pay wages to the 
apprentice that are at least equal to the following percentages of the 
wages paid to employees who are certified journeymen in the 
ironworker branch of the trade:
	(a)	60% in the first period of the apprenticeship program;
	(b)	70% in the 2nd period of the apprenticeship program;
	(c)	80% in the 3rd period of the apprenticeship program;
	(d)	90% in the 4th period of the apprenticeship program.
Part 3  
Metal Building Systems Erector Branch 
of the Trade
Definitions
11   In this Part,
	(a)	"metal building systems" means buildings that
	(i)	are designed and manufactured by a recognized 
manufacturer of metal building systems,
	(ii)	are made up of primary framework structure, secondary 
roll-formed structural members, roof and wall systems, 
insulation, interior lining and various accessory items, 
including doors and windows, vents and trim, and
	(iii)	are erected, assembled and installed in accordance with 
the manufacturer's instructions without modification to 
the manufacturer's specifications,
		but does not include Quonsets or other frameless metal 
buildings;
	(b)	"one storey" has the meaning assigned to it in the Alberta 
Building Code.
Trade Matters Respecting the Branch
Undertakings constituting the branch
12   The assembly, erection and disassembly of one storey metal 
building systems are the undertakings that constitute the metal building 
systems erector branch of the trade.
Tasks, activities and functions
13   When practising or otherwise carrying out work in the metal 
building systems erector branch of the trade, the following tasks, 
activities and functions come within that branch of the trade:
	(a)	using detailed drawings and blueprints and other 
specifications;
	(b)	using hand tools, power tools and shop equipment, including 
transits, levels and explosive actuated tools;
	(c)	using, setting up and assembling rigging equipment, 
including wire rope, block and tackle, cranes, derricks, 
hoisting equipment, swing stages, aerial platforms and 
scaffolds;
	(d)	using oxyfuel cutting and arc tack welding equipment in heat 
straightening, cutting and joining metals;
	(e)	using new technology;
	(f)	using and maintaining fall protection systems.
Apprenticeship
Term of apprenticeship program
14(1)  Subject to credit for previous training or experience being 
granted pursuant to an order of the Board, the term of an  
apprenticeship program for the metal building systems erector branch 
of the trade is 2 periods of not less than 12 months each.
(2)  In the first period of the apprenticeship program, an apprentice 
must acquire not less than 1500 hours of on the job training and 
successfully complete the technical training that is required or 
approved by the Board.
(3)  In the 2nd period of the apprenticeship program, an apprentice 
must acquire not less than 1500 hours of on the job training and 
successfully complete the technical training that is required or 
approved by the Board.
Employment of apprentices
15(1)  Where, with respect to the employment of apprentices in the 
metal building systems erector branch of the trade, a person employs 
an apprentice, that employment must be carried out in accordance with 
this section.
(2)  A person who is a certified journeyman in the metal building 
systems erector branch of the trade or employs a certified journeyman 
in the metal building systems erector branch of the trade may employ 
one apprentice in that branch of the trade and one additional apprentice 
in that branch for each additional certified journeyman in that branch 
that is employed by that person.
(3)  For the purposes of subsection (2), a person who is a certified 
journeyman in the metal building systems erector branch of the trade 
or employs a certified journeyman in the metal building systems 
erector branch of the trade, instead of employing an apprentice in an 
apprenticeship program in that branch of the trade, may employ an 
apprentice in an apprenticeship program in the ironworker branch of 
the trade or the structural/ornamental branch of the trade to carry out 
any of the undertakings that constitute the metal building systems 
erector branch of the trade.
Wages
16(1)  With respect to the payment of wages to an apprentice in an 
apprenticeship program in the metal building systems erector branch of 
the trade, a person shall not, subject to the Apprenticeship Program 
Regulation (AR 258/2000), pay wages to an apprentice that are less 
than those provided for under subsection (2).
(2)  Subject to the Employment Standards Code, a person employing 
an apprentice referred to in subsection (1) must pay wages to the 
apprentice that are at least equal to the following percentages of the 
wages paid to employees who are certified journeymen in the metal 
building systems erector branch of the trade:
	(a)	60% in the first period of the apprenticeship program;
	(b)	70% in the 2nd period of the apprenticeship program.
Part 4 
Structural/Ornamental Branch 
of the Trade
Trade Matters Respecting the Branch
Undertakings constituting the branch
17   The following undertakings constitute the structural/ornamental 
branch of the trade:
	(a)	the field fabrication, assembly, erection and disassembly of 
structures;
	(b)	the service, maintenance and repair of structures;
	(c)	the field fabrication and erection of structural, miscellaneous 
and ornamental metal work;
	(d)	the placement of precast or prestressed concrete.
Tasks, activities and functions
18   When practising or otherwise carrying out work in the 
structural/ornamental branch of the trade, the following tasks, activities 
and functions come within that branch of the trade:
	(a)	using detailed drawings and blueprints and other 
specifications;
	(b)	using hand tools, power tools and shop equipment, including 
transits, levels, explosive actuated tools, post drills, radial 
drills, angle rolls, punches, shears, brakes and presses; 
	(c)	using, setting up and assembling rigging equipment, 
including wire rope, block and tackle, cranes, derricks, 
hoisting equipment, swing stages, aerial platforms and 
scaffolds;
	(d)	using oxyfuel cutting and arc tack welding equipment in heat 
straightening, cutting and joining metals;
	(e)	using new technology;
	(f)	placing mechanical equipment and components;
	(g)	using and maintaining fall protection systems.
Apprenticeship
Term of apprenticeship program
19(1)  Subject to credit for previous training or experience being 
granted pursuant to an order of the Board, the term of an 
apprenticeship program for the structural/ornamental branch of the 
trade is 3 periods of not less than 12 months each.
(2)  In the first period of the apprenticeship program, an apprentice 
must acquire not less than 1500 hours of on the job training and 
successfully complete the technical training that is required or 
approved by the Board.
(3)  In the 2nd period of the apprenticeship program, an apprentice 
must acquire not less than 1500 hours of on the job training and 
successfully complete the technical training that is required or 
approved by the Board.
(4)  In the 3rd period of the apprenticeship program, an apprentice 
must acquire not less than 1500 hours of on the job training and 
successfully complete the technical training that is required or 
approved by the Board.
Employment of apprentices
20(1)  Where, with respect to the employment of apprentices in the 
structural/ornamental branch of the trade, a person employs an 
apprentice, that employment must be carried out in accordance with 
this section.
(2)  Subject to subsection (3), a person who is a certified journeyman 
in the structural/ornamental branch of the trade or employs a certified 
journeyman in the structural/ornamental branch of the trade may 
employ one apprentice in that branch of the trade and one additional 
apprentice in that branch for each additional certified journeyman in 
that branch that is employed by that person.
(3)  Subsection (2) does not apply to an apprentice who is engaged in 
an apprenticeship program
	(a)	in the ironworker branch of the trade and has completed all 
the requirements required or approved by the Board for 
advancement into the 4th period of that apprenticeship 
program, or
	(b)	in the structural/ornamental branch of the trade and has 
completed all the requirements required or approved by the 
Board for advancement into the 3rd period of that 
apprenticeship program.
(4)  For the purposes of subsection (2), a person who is a certified 
journeyman in the structural/ornamental branch of the trade or employs 
a certified journeyman in the structural/ornamental branch of the trade, 
instead of employing an apprentice in an apprenticeship program in 
that branch of the trade, may employ an apprentice in an 
apprenticeship program
	(a)	in the ironworker branch of the trade to carry out any of the 
undertakings that constitute the structural/ornamental branch 
of the trade, or
	(b)	in the metal building systems erector branch of the trade to 
carry out any of the undertakings that constitute that branch 
of the trade.
Wages
21(1)  With respect to the payment of wages to an apprentice in an 
apprenticeship program in the structural/ornamental branch of the 
trade, a person shall not, subject to the Apprenticeship Program 
Regulation (AR 258/2000), pay wages to an apprentice that are less 
than those provided for under subsection (2).
(2)  Subject to the Employment Standards Code, a person employing 
an apprentice referred to in subsection (1) must pay wages to the 
apprentice that are at least equal to the following percentages of the 
wages paid to employees who are certified journeymen in the 
structural/ornamental branch of the trade:
	(a)	60% in the first period of the apprenticeship program;
	(b)	70% in the 2nd period of the apprenticeship program;
	(c)	80% in the 3rd period of the apprenticeship program.
Part 5 
Reinforcing Branch of the Trade
Trade Matters Respecting the Branch
Undertakings constituting the branch
22   The placement of precast or prestressed concrete, concrete 
reinforcement materials and concrete is the undertaking that constitutes 
the reinforcing branch of the trade.
Tasks, activities and functions
23   When practising or otherwise carrying out work in the reinforcing 
branch of the trade, the following tasks, activities and functions come 
within that branch of the trade:
	(a)	using detailed drawings and blueprints and other 
specifications;
	(b)	performing post-tensioning;
	(c)	performing prestressing;
	(d)	using hand tools, power tools and shop equipment, including 
transits, levels and explosive actuated tools;
	(e)	using, setting up and assembling rigging equipment, 
including wire rope, block and tackle, cranes, derricks, 
hoisting equipment, swing stages, aerial platforms and 
scaffolds;
	(f)	using oxyfuel cutting and arc tack welding equipment in heat 
straightening, cutting and joining metals;
	(g)	using new technology;
	(h)	using and maintaining fall protection systems.
Apprenticeship
Term of apprenticeship program
24(1)  Subject to credit for previous training or experience being 
granted pursuant to an order of the Board, the term of an 
apprenticeship program for the reinforcing branch of the trade is 2 
periods of not less than 12 months each.
(2)  In the first period of the apprenticeship program, an apprentice 
must acquire not less than 1500 hours of on the job training and 
successfully complete the technical training that is required or 
approved by the Board.
(3)  In the 2nd period of the apprenticeship program, an apprentice 
must acquire not less than 1500 hours of on the job training and 
successfully complete the technical training that is required or 
approved by the Board.
Employment of apprentices
25(1)  Where, with respect to the employment of apprentices in the 
reinforcing branch of the trade, a person employs an apprentice, that 
employment must be carried out in accordance with this section.
(2)  Subject to subsection (3), a person who is a certified journeyman 
in the reinforcing branch of the trade or employs a certified 
journeyman in the reinforcing branch of the trade may employ one 
apprentice in that branch of the trade and one additional apprentice in 
that branch for each additional certified journeyman in that branch that 
is employed by that person.
(3)  For the purposes of subsection (2), a person who is a certified 
journeyman in the reinforcing branch of the trade or employs a 
certified journeyman in the reinforcing branch of the trade, instead of 
employing an apprentice in an apprenticeship program in the 
reinforcing branch of the trade, may employ an apprentice in an 
apprenticeship program in the ironworker branch of the trade to carry 
out any of the undertakings that constitute the reinforcing branch of the 
trade.
Wages
26(1)  With respect to the payment of wages to an apprentice in an 
apprenticeship program in the reinforcing branch of the trade, a person 
shall not, subject to the Apprenticeship Program Regulation 
(AR 258/2000), pay wages to an apprentice that are less than those 
provided for under subsection (2).
(2)  Subject to the Employment Standards Code, a person employing 
an apprentice referred to in subsection (1) must pay wages to the 
apprentice that are at least equal to the following percentages of the 
wages paid to employees who are certified journeymen in the 
reinforcing branch of the trade:
	(a)	60% in the first period of the apprenticeship program;
	(b)	70% in the 2nd period of the apprenticeship program.
Part 6 
Transitional Provisions, Repeals, Expiry 
and Coming into Force
Repeal
27   The Ironworker Trade Regulation (AR 285/2000) is repealed.
Expiry
28   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for 
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be 
repassed in its present or an amended form following a review, this 
Regulation expires on August 31, 2012.


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Alberta Regulation 157/2006
Cemeteries Act
GENERAL AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: July 5, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Government Services 
(M.O. C:011/2006) on June 26, 2006 pursuant to section 65 of the Cemeteries Act. 
1   The General Regulation (AR 249/98) is amended by this 
Regulation.

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

3   The following is added after Schedule 1:
Schedule 2
Definitions
1   In this Schedule,
	(a)	"debentures" includes debenture stock;
	(b)	"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;
	(c)	"loan corporation" means a loan corporation registered 
under the Loan and Trust Corporations Act;
	(d)	"municipal corporation" means
	(i)	a municipal authority as defined in the Municipal 
Government Act, and
	(ii)	a municipality or municipal authority created by 
legislation similar to the Municipal Government 
Act in another province or territory;
	(e)	"securities" includes stocks, debentures, bonds, shares 
and guaranteed investment certificates or receipts;
	(f)	"trust corporation" means a trust corporation registered 
under the Loan and Trust Corporations Act.
Application
2   This Schedule applies for the purposes of investment by an 
authorized trustee of
	(a)	perpetual care funds, pursuant to section 36(1) of the 
Act, and
	(b)	money held in trust by a seller as set out in section 44 of 
the Act, pursuant to section 45(4)(b) of the Act.
Authorized trustee investments
3   An authorized trustee may invest any trust money in the 
authorized trustee'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 corporation that are secured by the assignment to a 
trustee 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 corporation 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 corporation during the year in which the 
dividend was paid,
				and
	(ii)	that are fully secured by a first mortgage, charge or 
hypothec to a trustee on any, or on any 
combination, of the following assets:
	(A)	improved real estate;
	(B)	the plant or equipment of a corporation 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 corporation incorporated in Canada if at the 
date of the investment or loan the preferred shares or 
common shares of that corporation 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 corporation 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 corporation 
during the year in which the dividend was paid;
	(j)	fully paid common shares of a corporation 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 
corporation during the year in which the dividend was 
paid or in which the corporation 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 trustee 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 
4(1)  In determining market values of securities an authorized 
trustee may rely on published market quotations of a recognized 
stock exchange in Canada or the United States of America.
(2)  No corporation that is an authorized trustee shall invest trust 
money in its own securities or lend money on the security of its 
own securities.
(3)  In the case of an investment under section 3(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.
(4)  No investment may be made under section 3(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.
(5)  Investments made by the testator or settlor and retained by 
the authorized trustee under the authority of the trust instrument 
that come within any of the classes authorized by section 3(e), 
(h) or (i) may, notwithstanding subsection (4), be retained by the 
authorized trustee under the authority of the trust instrument.
(6)  No sale or other liquidation of any investment made under 
section 3(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.
(7)  In the case of an investment under section 3(i) or (j), not 
more than 30% of the total issue of shares of any corporation 
may be purchased for any trust.
(8)  No investment shall be made under section 3(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.
(9)  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 trustee investments 
5   In addition to the investments authorized by section 3 or by 
the trust instrument (except when that instrument expressly 
prohibits the investment), an authorized trustee 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 authorized trustee of the 
trustee's duty to take reasonable and proper care with respect to 
the investments so authorized.
Deposit of trust funds 
6   An authorized trustee 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 
7(1)  Except in the case of a security that cannot be registered, an 
authorized trustee who invests in securities shall require the 
securities to be registered in the authorized trustee's name as the 
trustee for the particular trust for which the securities are held, 
and the securities may be transferred only on the books of the 
corporation in the authorized trustee's name as trustee for that 
trust estate.
(2)  This section does not apply when the authorized trustee is a 
trust corporation.
Statutory powers of authorized trustee
8(1)  The powers conferred by this Schedule relating to trustee 
investments are in addition to the powers conferred by the 
instrument, if any, creating the trust.
(2)  Nothing in this Schedule relating to trustee investments 
authorizes an authorized trustee to do anything that the 
authorized trustee is in express terms forbidden to do or to omit 
to do anything that the authorized trustee is in express terms 
directed to do by the instrument creating the trust.
Variation of investments 
9(1)  An authorized trustee in the trustee'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 authorized trustee is liable for a breach of trust by reason 
only of the authorized trustee's continuing to hold an investment 
that since its acquisition by the authorized trustee has ceased to 
be one authorized by the instrument of trust or by this Schedule.
(3)  When an authorized trustee 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 authorized 
trustee is liable to make good only the amount advanced in 
excess of the lesser amount with interest.
Concurrence by authorized trustee in corporate schemes 
10(1)  When an authorized trustee holds securities of a 
corporation in which the authorized trustee has properly invested 
money under this Schedule, the authorized trustee may concur in 
any compromise, scheme or arrangement
	(a)	for the reconstruction of the corporation 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 corporation to another corporation,
	(c)	for the amalgamation of the corporation with another 
corporation,
	(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 corporation, 
or of any class of them, are to be exchanged for 
shares, stock, bonds, debentures or other securities 
of another corporation, and
	(ii)	the authorized trustee is to accept the shares, stock, 
bonds, debentures or other securities of the other 
corporation allotted to the trustee pursuant to the 
compromise, scheme or arrangement,
in like manner as if the authorized trustee 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 corporation instead of or in exchange for all 
or any of the original securities.
(2)  An authorized trustee is not responsible for any loss 
occasioned by any act or thing done in good faith under 
subsection (1) and the authorized trustee 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 
authorized trustee could have properly retained the original 
securities.
Subscription for securities 
11(1)  If any conditional or preferential right to subscribe for any 
securities in any company is offered to an authorized trustee in 
respect of any holding in the company, the authorized trustee 
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 trustee in good faith.
(2)  Notwithstanding subsection (1), the consideration for any 
such assignment shall be held as capital money of the trust.
(3)  The powers conferred by this section may be exercised only 
with the consent of any person whose consent to a change of 
investment is required by law or by the instrument, if any, 
creating the trust.

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


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Alberta Regulation 158/2006
Funeral Services Act
GENERAL AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: July 5, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Government Services 
(M.O. C:010/2006) on June 26, 2006 pursuant to section 27 of the Funeral Services 
Act. 
1   The General Regulation (AR 226/98) is amended by this 
Regulation.
2   The following is added after Schedule 2:
Schedule 3
Definitions
1   In this Schedule,
	(a)	"debentures" includes debenture stock;
	(b)	"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;
	(c)	"loan corporation" means a loan corporation registered 
under the Loan and Trust Corporations Act;
	(d)	"municipal corporation " means
	(i)	a municipal authority as defined in the Municipal 
Government Act, and
	(ii)	a municipality or municipal authority created by 
legislation similar to the Municipal Government 
Act in another province or territory;
	(e)	"securities" includes stocks, debentures, bonds, shares 
and guaranteed investment certificates or receipts;
	(f)	"trust corporation" means a trust corporation registered 
under the Loan and Trust Corporations Act.
Application
2   This Schedule applies for the purpose of investment of money 
by an authorized trustee pursuant to section 8(3)(b) of the Act.
Authorized trustee investments
3   An authorized trustee may invest any trust money in the 
authorized trustee'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 corporation that are secured by the assignment to a 
trustee 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 corporation 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 corporation during the year in which the 
dividend was paid,
				and
	(ii)	that are fully secured by a first mortgage, charge or 
hypothec to a trustee on any, or on any 
combination, of the following assets:
	(A)	improved real estate;
	(B)	the plant or equipment of a corporation that is 
used in the transaction of its business;
	(C)	bonds, debentures or other evidence of 
indebtedness or shares of a class or classes 
authorized by this section;
	(f)	bonds, debentures or other evidences of indebtedness 
issued by a corporation incorporated in Canada if at the 
date of the investment or loan the preferred shares or 
common shares of that corporation 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 corporation 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 corporation 
during the year in which the dividend was paid;
	(j)	fully paid common shares of a corporation 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 
corporation during the year in which the dividend was 
paid or in which the corporation 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 trustee 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 
4(1)  In determining market values of securities, an authorized 
trustee may rely on published market quotations of a recognized 
stock exchange in Canada or the United States of America.
(2)  No corporation that is an authorized trustee shall invest trust 
money in its own securities or lend money on the security of its 
own securities.
(3)  In the case of an investment under section 3(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.
(4)  No investment may be made under section 3(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.
(5)  Investments made by the testator or settlor and retained by 
the authorized trustee under the authority of the trust instrument 
that come within any of the classes authorized by section 3(e), 
(h) or (i) may, notwithstanding subsection (4), be retained by the 
authorized trustee under the authority of the trust instrument.
(6)  No sale or other liquidation of any investment made under 
section 3(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.
(7)  In case of an investment under section 3(i) or (j), not more 
than 30% of the total issue of shares of any corporation may be 
purchased for any trust.
(8)  No investment shall be made under section 3(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.
(9)  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 trustee investments 
5   In addition to the investments authorized by section 3 or by 
the trust instrument (except when that instrument expressly 
prohibits the investment), an authorized trustee 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 authorized trustee of the 
trustee's duty to take reasonable and proper care with respect to 
the investments so authorized.
Deposit of trust funds 
6   An authorized trustee 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 
7(1)  Except in the case of a security that cannot be registered, an 
authorized trustee who invests in securities shall require the 
securities to be registered in the authorized trustee's name as the 
trustee for the particular trust for which the securities are held, 
and the securities may be transferred only on the books of the 
corporation in the authorized trustee's name as trustee for that 
trust estate.
(2)  This section does not apply when the authorized trustee is a 
trust corporation.
Statutory powers of authorized trustee
8(1)  The powers conferred by this Schedule relating to trustee 
investments are in addition to the powers conferred by the 
instrument, if any, creating the trust.
(2)  Nothing in this Schedule relating to trustee investments 
authorizes an authorized trustee to do anything that the 
authorized trustee is in express terms forbidden to do or to omit 
to do anything that the authorized trustee is in express terms 
directed to do by the instrument creating the trust.
Variation of investments 
9(1)  An authorized trustee in the trustee'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 authorized trustee is liable for a breach of trust by reason 
only of the authorized trustee's continuing to hold an investment 
that since its acquisition by the authorized trustee has ceased to 
be one authorized by the instrument of trust or by this Schedule.
(3)  When an authorized trustee 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 authorized 
trustee is liable to make good only the amount advanced in 
excess of the lesser amount with interest.
Concurrence by authorized trustee in corporate schemes 
10(1)  When an authorized trustee holds securities of a 
corporation in which the authorized trustee has properly invested 
money under this Schedule, the authorized trustee may concur in 
any compromise, scheme or arrangement
	(a)	for the reconstruction of the corporation 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 corporation to another corporation,
	(c)	for the amalgamation of the corporation with another 
corporation,
	(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 corporation, 
or of any class of them, are to be exchanged for 
shares, stock, bonds, debentures or other securities 
of another corporation, and
	(ii)	the authorized trustee is to accept the shares, stock, 
bonds, debentures or other securities of the other 
corporation allotted to the trustee pursuant to the 
compromise, scheme or arrangement,
in like manner as if the authorized trustee 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 corporation instead of or in exchange for all 
or any of the original securities.
(2)  An authorized trustee is not responsible for any loss 
occasioned by any act or thing done in good faith under 
subsection (1) and the authorized trustee 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 
authorized trustee could have properly retained the original 
securities.
Subscription for securities 
11(1)  If any conditional or preferential right to subscribe for any 
securities in any company is offered to an authorized trustee in 
respect of any holding in the company, the authorized trustee 
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 trustee in good faith.
(2)  Notwithstanding subsection (1), the consideration for any 
such assignment shall be held as capital money of the trust.
(3)  The powers conferred by this section may be exercised only 
with the consent of any person whose consent to a change of 
investment is required by law or by the instrument, if any, 
creating the trust.

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



Alberta Regulation 159/2006
Wildlife Act
WILDLIFE (2006 HUNTING SEASON - MINISTERIAL) 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: July 5, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Sustainable Resource Development 
(M.O. 25/06) on June 28, 2006 pursuant to sections 12, 23 and 103(1) of the Wildlife 
Act. 


1   The Wildlife Regulation (AR 143/97) is amended by this 
Regulation.

2   Section 3(aaa) is amended by adding "or "WMU" " before 
"means".

3   Section 30 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (5) by striking out "A" and 
substituting "Subject to subsection (5.1), a";
	(b)	by adding the following after subsection (5):
(5.1)  A quota licence that is issued for the hunting of deer in 
WMU 150, 151 or 234 is valid only
	(a)	in the respective wildlife disease control zone described 
in Part 7 of Schedule 10 that is specified in the licence 
unless the licence specifically states that the hunting is 
authorized in the whole of that WMU, and
	(b)	during the period that is specified in the licence.
	(c)	in subsection (11) by striking out "or a non-resident 
alien";
	(d)	by adding the following after subsection (11):
(11.1)  A non-resident alien 6-day waterfowl licence authorizes 
and only authorizes the hunting of migratory game birds and is 
valid during and only during the period of 6 consecutive days 
that is specified on the licence.
	(e)	in subsection (17) by striking out "204, 206, 208, 214, 
216, 220 to 236, 242, 250, 252, 256 to 260, 310 to 314, 322 
to 356" and substituting "200 to 208, 214 to 246, 250 to 
260, 310 to 314, 322 to 357".
4   Section 31(2) is amended by striking out "3-day game bird 
licence" and substituting "non-resident 3-day game bird licence or 
a non-resident alien 6-day waterfowl licence".

5   Section 51(1)(c) is amended by adding "who is not a related 
individual within that meaning" after "another non-resident alien".

6   Sections 61 and 61.2(b) are amended by striking out 
"120(1)(a) and (3)(a)" and substituting "120(3)(a)".

7   Section 98(3)(c) is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
	(c)	in the case of a tag affixed under subsection (1)(b) or (d), 
until the carcass is
	(i)	delivered to the usual place of residence of the 
individual who killed the animal and is butchered, cut 
up and packaged for consumption,
	(ii)	delivered to premises in respect of which there is a valid 
and subsisting permit authorizing the operation of a 
food establishment issued under the Food Regulation 
(AR 31/2006) or a licence for the operation of an 
abattoir issued under the Meat Inspection Act and is 
butchered, cut up and packaged for consumption, or
	(iii)	in the case of an animal referred to in subsection (1)(b), 
delivered to an appointed officer, who authorizes that 
removal in writing incidental to the authorization given 
under subsection (4)(c).

8   Section 120(1) is repealed.

9   Section 130 is amended
	(a)	by repealing subsection (2) and substituting the 
following:
(2)  A person who kills a male sheep over the age of one year 
shall personally
	(a)	submit a report to the Service, and
	(b)	deliver the complete and unaltered skull with horns and 
eyes intact to an appointed officer,
not later than 7 days after the close of the open season in which 
the animal was killed or 14 days after the date on which the 
animal was killed, whichever occurs first.
(2.01)  A person who kills a goat shall personally
	(a)	submit a report to the Service, and
	(b)	deliver the incisor teeth to the Service,
not later than 14 days after the close of the open season in 
which the animal was killed or 30 days after the date on which 
the animal was killed, whichever occurs first.
	(b)	by adding the following after subsection (3):
(3.1)  A person who kills a bobcat shall personally
	(a)	submit a report to the Service, and
	(b)	deliver the skin to an appointed officer
before the skin is sold, processed or exported from Alberta or 
before the expiration of the period of 30 days after the bobcat 
was killed, whichever event comes first.
	(c)	in subsection (4)(b) by striking out "skull and";
	(d)	by adding the following after subsection (4.1):
(4.2)  A person who kills a white-tailed deer or mule deer in 
WMU 150, 151, 234, 256 or 500 shall
	(a)	submit a report to the Service, and
	(b)	deliver the head to an appointed officer or to a location 
designated by the Minister for the purposes of this 
subsection,
not later than 7 days after the end of the period specified in the 
licence during which that deer may be hunted or, if there is no 
such period so specified, of the open season during which it 
was killed.
	(e)	by repealing subsection (6) and substituting the 
following:
(6)  The holder of a hunter host licence who guides a 
non-resident alien hunter shall, as a condition of that licence, 
submit to the Service a completed report on a form provided by 
the Minister containing information respecting hunting 
activities by the non-resident alien hunter, not later than 
December 31 of the year during which the guided hunt 
occurred.

10   Section 131 is amended by adding "and may retain the 
whole or any part of the delivered wildlife" after "the Minister".

11   Part 1 of Schedule 8 is amended
	(a)	in Item 66 by adding "upland" after "alien";
	(b)	in Item 67 by striking out "3-day game bird" and 
substituting "6-day waterfowl".

12   Schedule 10 is amended
	(a)	in Part 3
	(i)	in Item 10 by adding "355, 356," after "WMUs";
	(ii)	in Item 11 by striking out "and 352" and 
substituting ", 352, 353 and 354";
	(iii)	in Item 11.1 by adding ", 509" after "507";
	(b)	by adding the following after Part 6:
Part 7  
 
(Section 30(5.1)) 
 
Wildlife Disease Control Zones
The following areas, comprising the WMUs or portions of 
WMUs specified, are the wildlife disease control zones:
1
Wildlife Disease 
Control Zone - WMU 
150
The portions of WMU 150 that are 
within Ranges 1, 2 and 3
2
Wildlife Disease 
Control Zone - WMU 
151
The portions of WMU 151 that are 
within Ranges 1 and 2
3
Wildlife Disease 
Control Zone - WMU 
234
The portions of WMU 234 that are 
within Ranges 1 and 2

13   Schedule 13 is amended
	(a)	in Part 1 by repealing the note denoted by a dagger 
and substituting the following:
+   Where the person referred to in section 117 of this 
Regulation is
	(i)	a resident or a non-resident, not more than 5 of 
which, or
	(ii)	a non-resident alien, not more than 3 of which,
may be white-fronted geese
	(b)	in Part 2 by repealing the note denoted by a dagger 
and substituting the following:
+   Where the person referred to in section 117 of this 
Regulation is
	(i)	a resident or a non-resident, not more than 10 of 
which, or
	(ii)	a non-resident alien, not more than 6 of which,
may be white-fronted geese

14   Schedule 15 is amended
	(a)	in section 5
	(i)	in clause (m) by striking out "7" and 
substituting "6";
	(ii)	in clause (o) by striking out "24 to November 26" 
and substituting "30 to December 2";
	(b)	in section 8(2)(c) by striking out "12" and 
substituting "18";
	(c)	in section 10
	(i)	in subsection (2) by striking out "WMU 302 and 
in that portion of WMU 305 that is within the Green 
Area" and substituting "WMUs 300 to 308, 400 and 
402";
	(ii)	in subsection (6) by striking out "3 to September 
5" and substituting "2 to September 4";
	(d)	in section 11(a)
	(i)	by repealing subclauses (i.2) and (ii) and 
substituting the following:
	(i.2)	in WMUs 326, 328, 347, 350 to 360, 416 to 437, 
440 to 446, 512 and 516 to 544,
	(ii)	in the Green Area portions of WMUs 349, 503, 
511, 514, 515 and 841, or
	(ii)	by repealing subclauses (iv) and (v);
	(e)	in section 16 by adding the following after footnote 
25:
		26   This season does not apply to any of WMUs 102 to 
166.  The pheasant season in those WMUs is from 
October 15 to November 30.
	(f)	by repealing Tables 1 to 4 and substituting the 
following:
Schedule 15  
 
Table 1 
 
Big Game Seasons 


WMU
SEASON     GROUP

GENERAL
SEASONS
ARCHERY 
ONLY
SEASONS
102,104,106
G24
A17
108
G24
A35
110,112,116,118,119,124
G24
A17
128,130
G24
A35
132,134,136,138,140,142, 
144,148,150
 
G24
 
A17
151
G65
A51
152
G24
A17
156,158,160,162,163,164
G27
A18
166
G32
A20
200,202,203
G34
A9
204,206,208
G25
A20
210
G27
A18
212
N/A
A31
214
G10
A29
216
G31
A38
220
G25
A20
221
G31
A38
222
G25
A20
224
G31
A38
226,228,230
G25
A20
232,234
G34
A9
236,238,240,242,244,246
G25
A20
248
N/A
A32
250
G26
A36
252,254,256,258,260
G25
A20
300
G22
A15
302
G41
A16
303
G21
A16
304,305
G23
A16
306,308
G21
A16
310,312,314
G20
A14
316
G37
A21
318,320
G35
A38
322,324
G31
A38
326
G48
A6
328
G13
A43
330
G11
A42
332,334,336
G31
A38
337
G31
A25
338
G36
A26
339
G3
A8
340,342,344
G9
A7
346
G50
A47
347
G12
A8
348
G53
A23
349,350
G12
A8
351
G7
A5
352
G64
A49
353
G6
A48
354
G2
A3
355,356
G5
A44
357
G8
A40
358
G56
A45
359
G45
A37
360
G44
A2
400
G47
A13
402
G19
A13
404,406
G17
A11
408
G18
A12
410
N/A
A31
412,414
G63
A10
416,417
G51
A10
418
G28
A10
420,422
G51
A10
426
G59
A10
428
G51
A10
429
G55
A43
430
G51
A10
432
G62
A10
434
G59
A10
436
G14
A10
437
G16
A10
438,439
G58
A46
440,441,442,444
G15
A10
445
G57
A10
446
G4
A10
500
G25
A28
501
G33
A19
502
G26
A34
503
G42
A30
504
G52
A41
505
G38
A22
506
G52
A41
507
G31
A50
508
G25
A20
509
G54
A27
510
G40
A24
511,512,514,515,516
G29
A1
517
G1
A1
518
G60
A1
519,520
G61
A1
521
G67
A37
522
G45
A2
523
G44
A2
524,525
G61
A1
526
G39
A39
527
G66
A2
528
G61
A1
529,530
G60
A1
531,532,534
G30
A1
535
G46
A4
536
G61
A1
537
G49
A52
539,540
G30
A1
542,544
G29
A1
841
G43
A33




Table 2 
 
General Seasons

SEASON
GROUP 
 #
WHITE-TAILED DEER
MULE DEER
MOOSE
ELK
BLACK BEAR
TROPHY SHEEP

Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Fall
Spring
Resident
NR - NRA
G1
S1-N30
S1-N30
S1-N30
Closed
S1-O311
N1-N30
Closed
Closed
Closed
S1-N30
Ap17-Ju15
Closed
Closed
G2
S17- N30
S17-N30
S17-N30
Closed
S24-O311
N1-N301
S24-N301,5
S17-N304
S17-N301
S6-N30
Ap17-Ju15
Closed
Closed
G3
S17-N30
S17-N30
S17-N30
Closed
S24-O311
N1-N301
Closed
S17-N304
Closed
S17-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G4
S17-N30
S17-N30
S17-N30
Closed
S24-O311
Closed
S17-N303
Closed
S6-N30
Ap17-Ju15
A25-O311
Closed
G5
S17-N30
S17-N30
S17-N30
Closed
S24-O311
N1-N301
Closed
S17-N304
S17-N301
S6-N30
Ap17-Ju15
Closed
Closed
G6
S17-N30
S17-N30
S17-N30
Closed
S24-O311
N1-N301
S24-N301
S17-N304
S17-N301
S6-N30
Ap17-Ju15
Closed
Closed
G7
S17-N30
S17-N30
S17-N30
Closed
S24-O311
N1-N301
Closed
S17-N304
Closed
S6-N30
Ap17-Ju15
Closed
Closed
G8

S17-N30

N1-N30

S17-N301
S17-N301
S24-O311
N1-N301
N1-N301
S17-N304
S17-D201
S6-N30
Ap17-Ju15
Closed
Closed
Table 2 
 
General Seasons   (continued) 

SEASON 
GROUP 
 #
WHITE-TAILED DEER
MULE DEER
MOOSE
ELK
BLACK BEAR
TROPHY SHEEP

Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Fall
Spring
Resident
NR -NRA
G9
S17-N30
S17-N30
S17-N30
Closed
S24-O311
N1-N301
Closed
S17-N304
S17-D201
S17-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G10
N1-N30
N1-N30
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
O25-N304
O25-D201
S6-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G11
S17-N30
S17-N30
S17-N301
Closed
S24-O311
N1-N301
Closed
S17-N304
S17-N301
S17-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G12
S17-N30
S17-N30
S17-N30
Closed
S24-O311
N1-N301
Closed
S17-N304
Closed
S17-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G13
S17-N30
S17-N30
S17-N301
Closed
S24-O311
N1-N301
Closed
S17-N304
Closed
S17-N30
Ap1-Ma31
A25-O317
Closed
G14
S17-N30
S17-N30
S17-N301
Closed
S24-N301
Closed
S17-N303
Closed
S6-N30
Ap17-Ju15
A25-O31
S1-O151
G15
S17-N30
S17-N30
S17-N30
Closed
S24-N301
Closed
S17-N303
Closed
S6-N30
Ap17-Ju15
A25-O31
S1-O151
G16
S17-N30
S17-N30
S17-N301
Closed
S24-N301
Closed
S17-N303
Closed
S6-N30
Ap17-Ju15
A25-S231
S24-O311
Closed
G17
S24-N301
S24-N301
S24-N301
S24-N301
S24-N301
S24-N301
S17-N301,3
S17-N301
S6-N30
Ap1-Ma15
S6-O31
Closed


Table 2 
 
General Seasons   (continued)

SEASON 
GROUP  
#
WHITE-TAILED DEER
MULE DEER
MOOSE
ELK
BLACK BEAR
TROPHY SHEEP

Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Fall
Spring
Resident
NR - NRA
G18
S24-N301
S24-N301
S24-N301
S24-N301
S24-N301
Closed
S17-N301,3
S17-N301
S6-N30
Ap1-Ma15
S6-O31
Closed
G19
S24-N30
N1-N15
S24-N301
S24-N301
S17-N301
Closed
S17-N304
S17-N301
S6-N30
Ap1-Ma15
S6-O31
Closed
G20
N1-N30
N1-N30
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
O25-N304
O25-D201
S24-N30
Ap1-Ma15
Closed
Closed
G21
O25-N30
O25-N30
O25-N301
O25-N301
O25-N301
Closed
O25-N304
O25-D201
S24-N30
Ap1-Ma15
S6-O31 
Closed
G22
O25-N30
O25-N30
O25-N301
O25-N301
O25-N301
Closed
Closed
Closed
S24-N30
Ap1-Ma15
Closed
Closed
G23
O25-N30
O25-N30
O25-N301
O25-N301
O25-N301
Closed
O25-N304
O25-D201
S24-N30
Ap1-Ma15
Closed
Closed
G24
N2-N306
N2-N301,6
N2-N301,6
N2-N301,6
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
G25
N1-N30
N1-N30
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
Closed
Closed
S6-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G26
N1-N30
N1-N30
N1-N301
Closed
N1-N301
N1-N301
Closed
Closed
S6-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G27
N2-N306
N2-N301,6
N2-N301,6
N2-N301,6
N1-N301
N1-N301
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
G28
S17-N30
N1-N30
S17-N301
Closed
S24-N301
Closed
S17-N301,3
Closed
S6-N30
Ap17-Ju15
A25-O31
S1-O151
G29

S1-N30
S1-N30
S1-N30
Closed
S1-O311
N1-N301
Closed
Closed
Closed
S1-N30
Ap17-Ju15
Closed
Closed
Table 2 
 
General Seasons   (continued)

SEASON 
GROUP 
#
WHITE-TAILED DEER
MULE DEER
MOOSE
ELK
BLACK BEAR
TROPHY SHEEP

Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Fall
Spring
Resident
NR - NRA
G30
S1-N30
S1-N30
S1-N30
Closed
S1-N301
Closed
Closed
Closed
S1-N30
Ap17-Ju15
Closed
Closed
G31
N1-N30
N1-N30
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N304
N1-D201
S6-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G32
N1-N30
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
G33
N1-N30
N1-N30
N1-N301
Closed
N1-N301
N1-N301
Closed
Closed
S6-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G34
N1-N30
N1-N30
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-D201
S6-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G35
N1-N30
N1-N7 
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N304
N1-D201
S6-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G36
N1-N30
N1-N30
N1-N301
Closed
N1-N301
Closed
N1-N304
N1-D201
S6-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G37
S24-N30
N1-N30
S24-N30
Closed
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N304
Closed
S6-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G38
N1-N30
N1-N30
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301,5
N1-N304
Closed
S6-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G39
S17-N30
N1-N7
S17-N301
S17-D201
S24-O311
N1-N301
N1-N301,5
S17-N301
S17-D201
S6-N30
Ap17-Ju15
Closed
Closed
G40
N1-N30
N1-N30
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301,5
N1-N304
N1-D201
S6-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G41
O25-N30
O25-N30
O25-N301
O25-N301
O25-N301
Closed
O25-N304
O25-D201
S24-N30
Ap1-Ma15
S6-O317
Closed
Table 2 
 
General Seasons   (continued) 

SEASON 
GROUP
#
WHITE-TAILED DEER
MULE DEER
MOOSE
ELK
BLACK BEAR
TROPHY SHEEP

Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Fall
Spring
Resident
NR-NRA 
G42
N1-N30
N1-N30
N1-N301
Closed
N1-N301
Closed
Closed
Closed
S6-N30
Ap1- Ma31
Closed
Closed
G43
S17-N30
N1-N30
S17-N30
Closed
S17-O311 
N1-N301
Closed
Closed
Closed
S17-N30
Ap1-Ma15
Closed
Closed
G44
S17-N30
S17-N30
S17-N301
S17-D201
S24-O311
N1-N301
N1-N301,5
S17-N304
S17-D201
S6-N30
Ap17-Ju15
Closed
Closed
G45
S17-N30
N1-N7
S17-N301
S17-D201
S24-O311
N1-N301
N1-N301,5
S17-N304
S17-D201
S6-N30
Ap17-Ju15
Closed
Closed
G46
S17-N30
N1-N30
S17-N30
Closed
S24-O311
N1-N301
Closed
Closed
Closed
S1-N30
Ap17-Ju15
Closed
Closed
G47
S24-N30
N1-N15
S24-N301
S24-N301
S17-N301
Closed
S17-N304
S17-N301
S6-N30
Ap1-Ma15
S6-O317
Closed
G48
S17-N30
S17-N30
S17-N301
S17-N301
S24-O311
N1-N301
Closed
S17-N304
Closed
S17-N30
Ap1-Ma31
A25-O31
Closed
G49
S17-N30
 N1-N30
S17-N301
S17-N301
S24-O311
N1-N301
Closed
Closed
Closed
S1-N30
Ap17-Ju15
Closed
Closed
Table 2 
 
General Seasons   (continued) 

SEASON 
GROUP
#
WHITE-TAILED DEER
MULE DEER
MOOSE
ELK
BLACK BEAR
TROPHY SHEEP

Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Fall
Spring
Resident
NR-NRA 
G50

S17-N30
 S17-N30
S17-N301
S17-N301
S24-O311
N1-N301
Closed
S17-N304
S17-D201
S17-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G51
S17-N30
 N1-N30
S17-N301
Closed
S24-N301
Closed
S17-N301,3
Closed
S6-N30
Ap17-Ju15
A25-O31
S1-O151
G52
 N1-N30
 N1-N30
 N1-N301
Closed
 N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N304
N1-D201
S6-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G53
 N1-N30
 N1-N30
 N1-N301
N1-N301
 N1-N301
Closed
N1-N304
N1-D201
S6-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G54
 N1-N30
 N1-N30
 N1-N301
N1-N301
 N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301,3
N1-D201
S6-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G55
S17-N30
 N1-N15
S17-N301
Closed
S24-O311
N1-N301
Closed
S17-N304
Closed
S17-N30
Ap1-Ma31
A25-O317
Closed
G56
S17-N30
 N1-N7
S17-N301
S17-N301
S24-O311
N1-N301
Closed
S17-N304
S17-D201
S6-N30
Ap17-Ju15
Closed
Closed
G57
S17-N30
S17-N30
S17-N30
Closed
S24-O311
Closed
S17-N303
Closed
S6-N30
Ap17-Ju15
A25-O31
S1-O151
G58
S17-N30
S17-N30
S17-N301
Closed
S24-N301
Closed
S17-N303
S17-N301
S6-N30
Ap17-Ju15
A25-O31
S1-O151
G59
S17-N30
N1-N30
S17-N301
Closed
S24-N301
Closed
S17-N303
Closed
S6-N30
Ap17-Ju15
A25-O31
S1-O151
Table 2 
 
General Seasons   (continued) 

SEASON 
GROUP
#
WHITE-TAILED DEER
MULE DEER
MOOSE
ELK
BLACK BEAR
TROPHY SHEEP

Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Fall
Spring
Resident
NR-NRA 
G60
S1-N30
S1-N30
S1-N30
Closed
S1-O311
N1-N30
Closed
Closed
Closed
S1-N30
Ap17-Ju15
Closed
Closed
G61
S1-N30
S1-N30
S1-N30
Closed
S1-O311
N1-N301
Closed
Closed
Closed
S1-N30
Ap17-Ju15
Closed
Closed
G62
S17-N30
N1-N30
S17-N30
Closed
S24-N301
Closed
S17-N303
Closed
S6-N30
Ap17-Ju15
A25-O31
S1-O151
G63
S17-N30
N1-N30
S17-N30
Closed
S24-O311
Closed
S17-N303
Closed
S6-N30
Ap17-Ju15
A25-O31
S1-O151
G64
S17-N30
S17-N30
S17-N30
Closed
S24-O311
N1-N301
S24-N301
S17-N304
S17-N301
S17-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G65
N2-N306
N2-N301,6
N2-N301,6
N2-N301,6
Closed
Closed
N1-N301
N1-D201
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
G66
S17-N30
N1-N30
S17-N301
S17-D201
S24-O311
N1-N301
N1-N301,5
S17-N304
S17-D201
S6-N30
Ap17-Ju15
Closed
Closed
G67
S17-N30
S17-N30
S17-N301
S17-N301
S24-O311
N1-N301
N1-N301,5
S17-N304
S17-D201
S6-N30
Ap17-Ju15
Closed
Closed


Table 3 
 
Archery Only Seasons 

SEASON 
GROUP 
 #
WHITE-TAILED DEER
MULE DEER
 MOOSE
ELK
BLACK BEAR

Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Fall
Spring
A1
A25-A31
A25-A31
A25-A31
Closed
A25-A31
Closed
Closed
Closed
A25-A31
Closed
A2
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S23
A25-S231,5
A25-S164
A25-S16
A25-S5
Closed
A3
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
Closed
A25-S23
A25-S235
A25-S164
A25-S16
A25-S5
Closed
A4
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
Closed
A25-S23
Closed
Closed
Closed
A25-A31
Closed
A5
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
Closed
A25-S23
Closed
A25-S164
Closed
A25-S5
Closed
A6
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S231
Closed
A25-S164
Closed
A25-S16
Closed
A7
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
Closed
A25-S23
Closed
A25-S164
A25-S16
A25-S16
Closed
A8
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
Closed
A25-S23
Closed
A25-S164
Closed
A25-S16
Closed
A9
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O311
S6-O311
S6-O31
S6-O31
Closed
Closed
A10
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
Closed
A25-S23
Closed
A25-S163
Closed
A25-S5
Closed



Table 3 
 
Archery Only Seasons   (continued) 

SEASON 
GROUP 
 #
WHITE-TAILED DEER
MULE DEER
MOOSE
ELK
BLACK BEAR

Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Fall
Spring
A11
S6-S23
S6-S23
S6-S23
S6-S23
S6-S23
S6-S23
S6-S163
S6-S16
Closed
Closed
A12
S6-S23
S6-S23
S6-S23
S6-S23
S6-S23
Closed
S6-S163
S6-S16
Closed
Closed
A13
S6-S23
S6-S23
S6-S23
S6-S23
S6-S161
Closed
S6-S164
S6-S16
Closed
Closed
A14
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O311
S6-O311
S6-O244
S6-O24
S6-S23
Closed
A15
S6-O24
S6-O24
S6-O24
S6-O24
S6-O241
Closed
Closed
Closed
S6-S23
Closed
A16
S6-O24
S6-O24
S6-O24
S6-O24
S6-O241
Closed
S6-O244
S6-O24
S6-S23
Closed
A17
S6-N1
S6-N1
S6-N1
S6-N1
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
A18
S6-N1
S6-N1
S6-N1
S6-N1
S6-O311
S6-O311
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
A19
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O31
Closed
S6-O31
S6-O31
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Table 3 
 
Archery Only Seasons   (continued) 

SEASON 
GROUP
 #
WHITE-TAILED DEER
MULE DEER
MOOSE
ELK
BLACK BEAR

Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Fall
Spring
A20
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O311
S6-O311
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
A21
A25-S23
A25-S23
A25-S23
Closed
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O314
Closed
Closed
Closed
A22
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O315
S6-O314
Closed
Closed
Closed
A23
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O311
Closed
S6-O314
S6-O31
Closed
Closed
A24
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O315
S6-O314
S6-O31
Closed
Closed
A25
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O314
S6-O31
Closed
Closed
A26
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O31
Closed
S6-O31
Closed
S6-O314
S6-O31
Closed
Closed
A27
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O313
S6-O31
Closed
Closed
A28
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-031
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
A29
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O311
S6-O311
S6-O244
S6-O24
Closed
Closed
A30
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O31
Closed
S6-O31
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
A31
S6-N30
S6-N30
S6-N30
S6-N30
S6-N30
S6-N30
S6-N30
S6-N30
S6-N30
Ap1-Ma31



Table 3 
 
Archery Only Seasons   (continued) 

SEASON 
GROUP
 #
WHITE-TAILED DEER
MULE DEER
MOOSE
ELK
BLACK BEAR

Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
  Fall
Spring
A32
S6-N30
S6-N30
S6-N30
S6-N30
S6-N30
S6-N30
S6-N30
S6-N30
Closed
Closed
A33
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
A34
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O31
Closed
S6-O31
S6-O31
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
A35
S6-N1
S6-N1
O1-N1
S6-N1
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
A36
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O31
Closed
S6-O311
S6-O311
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
A37
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S23
A25-S231,5
A25-S164
A25-S16
A25-S5
Closed
A38
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O311
S6-O311
S6-O314
S6-O31
Closed
Closed
A39
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S23
A25-S231,5
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S5
Closed
A40
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S23
A25-S231
A25-S164
A25-S16
A25-S5
Closed



Table 3 
 
Archery Only Seasons   (continued) 

SEASON 
GROUP
 #
WHITE-TAILED DEER
MULE DEER
MOOSE
ELK
BLACK BEAR

Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
  Fall
Spring
A41
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O31
Closed
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O314
S6-O31
Closed
Closed
A42
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
Closed
A25-S231
Closed
A25-S164
A25-S16
A25-S16
Closed
A43
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
Closed
A25-S231
Closed
A25-S164
Closed
A25-S16
Closed
A44
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
Closed
A25-S23
Closed
A25-S164
A25-S16
A25-S5
Closed
A45
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S23
Closed
A25-S164
A25-S16
A25-S5
Closed
A46
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
Closed
A25-S23
Closed
A25-S163
A25-S16
A25-S5
Closed
A47
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S23
Closed
A25-S164
A25-S16
A25-S16
Closed
A48
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
Closed
A25-S23
A25-S23
A25-S164
A25-S16
A25-S5
Closed
A49
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
Closed
A25-S23
A25-S23
A25-S164
A25-S16
A25-S16
Closed
A50
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O31
S6-O311
S6-O311
S6-O314
S6-O31
Closed
Closed
A51
S6-N1
S6-N1
S6-N1
S6-N1
Closed
Closed
S6-O31
S6-O31
Closed
Closed
A52
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S23
Closed
Closed
Closed
A25-A31
Closed



Table 4 
 
Additional Seasons

ITEM 
NO.
COLUMN I
BIG GAME
COLUMN II
LICENCE TYPE
COLUMN III
OPEN SEASON
COLUMN IV
LOCATION
1
Trophy sheep
WMU 410 Trophy Sheep Special Licence, or 
Non-resident / Non-resident Alien Trophy Sheep 
Special Licence
S6-N30
WMU 410
2
Trophy sheep
WMU 408 Trophy Sheep Special Licence
N1-N30
The portion of WMU 408 that is west of Highway 40.
3
Trophy sheep
WMU 444/446 Trophy Sheep Special Licence
A25-O31
WMU 446 and the portion of WMU 444 that lies north of the 
Beaverdam Road.
4
Trophy sheep
Resident Trophy Sheep Licence
S6-O31
WMU 410
5
Trophy sheep
WMU 438 Trophy Sheep Special Licence
N1-N30
Non-trophy sheep hunting area 438C.
6
Non-trophy sheep
Non-trophy Sheep Special Licence
S6-O31
Big Game Zone 4 except non-trophy sheep hunting areas 412, 
414, 417, 418C, 422B, 426B, 428, 436, 438B, 439 and 441.
7
Non-trophy sheep
Non-trophy Sheep Special Licence
S10-O31
Big Game Zone 5 except non-trophy sheep hunting areas 404A 
and 404B.
Non-trophy sheep hunting areas 402A, 402-303, 306 and 
402-308.
8
Non-trophy sheep
Non-trophy Sheep Special Licence
S6-N30
Non-trophy sheep hunting area 410.
9
Trophy antelope
Trophy Antelope Special Licence
O16-O21
Antelope hunting areas A, B, C, D and F.



Table 4 
 
Additional Seasons   (continued) 

10
Trophy antelope
Trophy Antelope Special Licence
S25-S30
Antelope hunting areas E, G and H.
11
Trophy antelope
Antelope Archery Special Licence, or 
Non-resident or Non-resident Alien Trophy 
Antelope Special Licence
S6-S25
Antelope hunting areas A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H.
12
Non-trophy antelope
Antelope Archery Special Licence
S6-S25
Antelope hunting areas D, G and H.
13
Non-trophy antelope

Non-trophy Antelope Special Licence
S28-S30, O5-O7

Antelope hunting areas G and H.
14

Non-trophy antelope

Non-trophy Antelope Special Licence
O19-O21, O23-O25
Antelope hunting area D.
15
White-tailed deer and 
mule deer
Camp Wainwright Deer Special Licence
N30-D2, D4-D6
D7-D9, D11-D13, D14-D16
WMUs 728 and 730
16
Antlerless mule deer and 
Antlerless white-tailed 
deer
Foothills Deer Licence
Mondays, Tuesdays, 
Wednesdays, Thursdays and 
Fridays only from D1-D20
WMU 212



Table 4 
 
Additional Seasons   (continued) 

17
White-tailed deer
Strathcona White-tailed Deer Licence
Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, 
Thursdays and Fridays only from O25-D7
Those portions of WMU 248 within the 
County of Strathcona or within the County 
of Leduc.
18
White-tailed deer
White-tailed Deer Licence
O17-O31, N9-N30
WMU 936
19
Elk
Cypress Hills Elk Special Licence
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and 
Fridays only from O3-O13
WMUs 116, 118, 119 and 624
20

Antlerless elk

Cypress Hills Elk Special Licence

Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and 
Fridays only from O17-N24

WMUs 116, 118, 119 and 624
21

Elk

Cypress Hills Elk Special Licence
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and 
Fridays only from N28-J5
WMUs 116, 118 and 119
22
Elk
Cypress Hills Elk Archery Licence
S6-O2
WMUs 116, 118 and 119
23
Antlerless elk and three 
point elk
WMU 300 Elk Special Licence, or Non-resident 
or Non-resident Alien Antlered Elk Special 
Licence
S6-O24, O25-D24, D25-F21
WMU 300
24
Antlerless elk
WMU 212 Antlerless Elk Archery Licence
S6-N30
WMU 212
25
Elk
Antlered Elk Special Licence, or Antlerless Elk 
Special Licence
S6-S23, S24-O8, O9-O23
WMU 102
26
Elk
Antlered Elk Special Licence, or Antlerless Elk 
Special Licence
S6-S30, O1-O24,
O25-N16, N17-D20
WMU 104
Table 4 
 
Additional Seasons   (continued) 

27
Antlerless elk
Antlerless Elk Special Licence
S6-S30, O1-O24, O25-N16, 
N17-D20
WMU 108
28
Antlerless elk
Antlerless Elk Special Licence
S17-N30
The portion of WMU 441 that lies east of the Smoky River and 
southwest of the Muskeg River.
29
Antlerless elk
Antlerless Elk Special Licence
S17-N30
The portion of WMU 444 that lies west of the Smoky River and 
north of Beaverdam Road.
30

Elk

Antlered Elk Special Licence, or Antlerless 
Elk Special Licence
O17-O31, N1-N23

WMU 936
31
Elk
Antlered Elk Special Licence, or Antlerless 
Elk Special Licence
N30-D16
WMUs 728 and 730
32
Calf moose
Calf Moose Special Licence
N30-D16
WMUs 728 and 730
33
Moose
Antlered Moose Special Licence, or 
Antlerless Moose Special Licence
N30-D16

WMUs 728 and 730
34
Moose
Antlered Moose Special Licence, or 
Antlerless Moose Special Licence
O17-O31, N1-N23
WMU 936
35

Antlerless moose
Antlerless Moose Special Licence
Mondays, Tuesdays, 
Wednesdays, Thursdays and 
Fridays only from O25-D7
Those portions of WMU 248 within the County of Strathcona.
36
Goat
Goat Special Licence
S10-O31, S17-O31

Those portions of WMUs 400, 440, 442 or 444 specified on 
each licence.


	(g)	in Table 6 by adding the reference (to footnote) "26" 
in each of rows (items) 5, 6 and 7 in the 2nd column 
under the heading "Pheasant".


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Alberta Regulation 160/2006
Agricultural Pests Act
PEST AND NUISANCE CONTROL AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: July 5, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural 
Development (M.O. 12/06) on June 23, 2006 pursuant to section 21 of the 
Agricultural Pests Act. 
1   The Pest and Nuisance Control Regulation (AR 184/2001) 
is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 18 is amended by striking out "August 31, 2006" 
and substituting "August 31, 2011".


--------------------------------
Alberta Regulation 161/2006
Traffic Safety Act
OPERATOR LICENSING AND VEHICLE CONTROL (RESIDENCY) 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: July 7, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Infrastructure and Transportation 
(M.O. 16/06) on July 7, 2006 pursuant to sections 18(2), 64, 81, 100 and 116 of the 
Traffic Safety Act. 
1   The Operator Licensing and Vehicle Control Regulation 
(AR 320/2002) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1 is amended
	(a)	by adding the following after clause (p):
	(p.1)	"non-resident" means a person who does not make his 
or her home in, or is not ordinarily present in, Alberta;
	(b)	by adding the following after clause (x):
	(x.1)	"resident of Alberta" means a person who
	(i)	is lawfully entitled to be or to remain in Canada, 
and
	(ii)	makes his or her home in, and is ordinarily present 
in, Alberta;
	(c)	by repealing clause (y) and substituting the 
following:
	(y)	"student" means a person who is ordinarily a resident of 
another province or of a state or country outside Canada 
but who moves to Alberta to attend a school, college or 
university on what the educational institution considers 
to be a full-time basis, and includes a person who is 
working in Alberta as part of a co-op program of study;

3   Section 3(2) is repealed and the following is substituted:
(2)  Notwithstanding subsection (1), if the person has become a 
resident of Alberta, he or she must obtain an operator's licence 
within 90 days of the date of the person's move to take up 
residence in Alberta, irrespective of whether the person travels 
outside Alberta during the 90-day period.

4   The following is added after section 4(2):
(3)  Notwithstanding subsections (1) and (2), if the person has 
become a resident of Alberta, he or she must obtain an operator's 
licence within 90 days of the date of the person's move to take up 
residence in Alberta, irrespective of whether the person travels 
outside Alberta during the 90-day period.

5   Section 10 is amended
	(a)	by repealing subsection (1) and substituting the 
following:
Application
10(1)  A person who is a resident of Alberta and who wishes to 
operate a motor vehicle on a highway in Alberta must apply to 
the Registrar for an operator's licence in the form and manner 
approved by the Registrar.
	(b)	by adding the following after subsection (6):
(7)  A non-resident is not eligible to apply for an operator's 
licence.
(8)  An applicant for an operator's licence must provide proof 
in the form and manner required by the Registrar that the 
applicant is a resident of Alberta.
(9)  In determining whether an applicant is a resident of 
Alberta, the Registrar may, without limitation, consider the 
following:
	(a)	the representations made by the applicant in his or her 
application, supported by the documents and other 
evidence or information that may be required by the 
Registrar;
	(b)	the nature of the accommodations in Alberta that are set 
out in the application as being the applicant's physical 
address;
	(c)	who pays the utility expenses associated with the 
applicant's accommodations in Alberta;
	(d)	whether the applicant's spouse or adult interdependent 
partner and dependents, if any, also live in the 
applicant's accommodations in Alberta or are enrolled 
in an educational institution in Alberta;
	(e)	whether the applicant has a home in a jurisdiction other 
than Alberta;
	(f)	whether the applicant has ongoing employment in 
Alberta;
	(g)	whether the applicant has declared Alberta to be his or 
her province of residence in the applicant's most recent 
income tax return.
(10)  The Registrar shall refuse to issue an operator's licence if 
the Registrar is not satisfied that the applicant is a resident of 
Alberta.

6   The following is added after section 19:
Cancellation for error or misrepresentation
19.1(1)  The Registrar may, on 15 days' notice in writing to the 
holder of an operator's licence and on providing the licence holder 
with the opportunity to make representations, cancel an operator's 
licence on the grounds that
	(a)	misrepresentations, false information or inaccuracies 
were contained in
	(i)	the licence holder's application for the operator's 
licence, or
	(ii)	a document that was provided to the Registrar as 
proof that the licence holder was a resident of 
Alberta,
			or
	(b)	an error was made in issuing the operator's licence.
(2)  Notice under subsection (1) may be sent by ordinary mail to 
the postal address provided by the licence holder on the application 
for the operator's licence and shall be deemed to have been 
received 5 days after the date on which it was mailed.
(3)  Cancellation of a licence under subsection (1) does not 
constitute cancellation for the purposes of section 94(1) of the Act.
(4)  Unless the Act or this Regulation requires otherwise, the holder 
of an operator's licence that is cancelled under subsection (1) shall 
return the operator's licence to the Registrar immediately.
(5)  Sections 182 and 183 of the Act apply to a licence cancelled 
under subsection (1).

7   Section 40(3) is amended by striking out "section 10(3) and 
(6)" and substituting "section 10(3), (6) and (8)".

8   Section 48 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Exemptions
48(1)  A person who operates a motor vehicle, other than a 
commercial vehicle, on a highway is not required to have a 
certificate of registration for the motor vehicle and to display a 
licence plate issued under the Act if
	(a)	the motor vehicle complies with the vehicle registration 
and licensing law of a jurisdiction outside Alberta,
	(b)	a licence plate is displayed on the motor vehicle as 
required by the law of the jurisdiction, and
	(c)	the operator has a valid financial responsibility card 
referred to in section 54(3) of the Act relating to the 
motor vehicle.
(2)  A person who is ordinarily resident in, or who ordinarily 
makes his or her home in, another jurisdiction, but who is 
temporarily present in Alberta for the purposes of the person's 
current employment in Alberta, is not required to obtain a 
certificate of registration for the person's motor vehicle, other than 
a commercial vehicle, and display a licence plate issued under the 
Act if
	(a)	the motor vehicle complies with the vehicle registration and 
licensing law of the person's home jurisdiction,
	(b)	a licence plate is displayed on the motor vehicle as required 
by the law of the person's home jurisdiction, and
	(c)	the person has a valid financial responsibility card referred to 
in section 54(3) of the Act relating to the motor vehicle.
Limitation on exemption
48.1(1)  Notwithstanding section 48, if an owner has become a 
resident of Alberta, he or she must obtain a certificate of 
registration for and display a licence plate issued under the Act on 
a motor vehicle located in Alberta, other than a commercial 
vehicle, within the shorter of
	(a)	a period of 90 days from the date of the person's move to 
take up residence in Alberta, irrespective of whether the 
person travels outside Alberta during the 90-day period, and
	(b)	the period during which both the registration and licensing of 
the motor vehicle under the laws of the other jurisdiction are 
current and have not expired or been revoked, suspended or 
cancelled.
(2)  Subject to section 48(2), if an owner is a non-resident, he or 
she must obtain a certificate of registration for and display a 
licence plate issued under the Act on a motor vehicle that is located 
in Alberta for a cumulative period of 183 days or more in a 
calendar year within the shorter of
	(a)	the 183-day period, and
	(b)	the period during which both the registration and licensing of 
the motor vehicle under the laws of the other jurisdiction are 
current and have not expired or been revoked, suspended or 
cancelled.

9   The following is added after section 94(4.1):
(4.2)  Notwithstanding subsection (4.1), the Registrar may waive 
the fee for reissuing an operator's licence if the licence is required 
to be reissued as a result of a change in the licence holder's address 
made by Canada Post or a municipality and the licence holder has 
not physically moved.

10   This Regulation comes into force on July 17, 2006.


--------------------------------
Alberta Regulation 162/2006
Cemeteries Act
CREMATORIES DESIGNATION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: July 10, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Government Services 
(M.O. C:009/2006) on July 6, 2006 pursuant to section 60(2) of the Cemeteries Act. 
1   The Crematories Designation Regulation (AR 11/2002) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 2 is amended by striking out "November 30, 2006" 
and substituting "November 30, 2013".


--------------------------------
Alberta Regulation 163/2006
Child, Youth and Family Enhancement Act
CHILD, YOUTH AND FAMILY ENHANCEMENT 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: July 11, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Children's Services (M.O. 28/06) on 
July 5, 2006 pursuant to section 131(2) of the Child, Youth and Family Enhancement 
Act. 
1   The Child, Youth and Family Enhancement Regulation 
(AR 160/2004) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 10 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1) by adding "is" after "Schedule 1";
	(b)	in clause (1)(a) by striking out "if the annual gross 
family income is under $60 000,";
	(c)	by repealing subsection (6).

3   Schedule 1, Form 13 is amended in section 3 by striking 
out
"The parents/private guardians agree to inform a director about any 
change in their annual gross family income. 
If the family's annual gross income exceeds $60,000 the 
parents/private guardians understand that the terms set out in 
section 3 will terminate immediately."

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


--------------------------------
Alberta Regulation 164/2006
Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act
BEVERAGE CONTAINER RECYCLING AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: July 13, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 291/2006) 
on July 12, 2006 pursuant to section 175 of the Environmental Protection and 
Enhancement Act. 
1   The Beverage Container Recycling Regulation 
(AR 101/97) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 22 is amended by striking out "2006" and 
substituting "2007".



Alberta Regulation 165/2006
Fisheries (Alberta) Act
GENERAL FISHERIES (ALBERTA) (COMPETITIVE FISHING EVENT 
LICENCE) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: July 13, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 296/2006) 
on July 12, 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 1 is amended
	(a)	by renumbering it as section 1(1);
	(b)	in subsection (1)
	(i)	by repealing clause (i);
	(ii)	by adding the following after clause (n):
	(n.1)	"retain" means, in relation to a fish, continue to 
have possession of the fish in circumstances where 
the person who took the fish has failed or declined 
to return it immediately to the waters from which it 
was taken;
	(iii)	by repealing clause (p);
	(c)	by adding the following after subsection (1):
(2)  Definitions and other general interpretation provisions, if 
any, in the Ministerial Regulation apply with respect to the 
interpretation of this Regulation.

3   Section 2 is amended by adding the following after 
clause (j):
	(k)	competitive fishing event licence.

4   Section 3 is amended
	(a)	in subsections (2), (3) and (4) by striking out 
"generally or specifically";
	(b)	by adding the following after subsection (4):
(5)  The Minister may include terms and conditions in a 
competitive fishing event licence on the following matters in 
relation to what is authorized or required, as the case may be, 
under the licence:
	(a)	who may conduct the authorized activities;
	(b)	the species of fish and the quantities and, if applicable, 
sizes of fish that may be taken by competitive fishing 
event participants;
	(c)	when, where and how fishing may or may not be carried 
out by competitive fishing event participants;
	(d)	the type and quantity of fishing gear and equipment and 
the types of bait that may or may not be used and how 
they may or may not be used;
	(e)	practices relating to fish handling, injured, stressed and 
dead fish and inclement weather conditions;
	(f)	the handling and possession of live fish;
	(g)	where and how live fish must be released;
	(h)	the type, quantity and location of fish handling 
facilities;
	(i)	the size, shape and construction of any container, and 
the volume, flow and quality of water, in which live fish 
must be kept, during the holding, transportation and 
handling of fish;
	(j)	the collection and reporting of information about
	(i)	fish mortality,
	(ii)	fish taken,
	(iii)	competitive fishing matters, and
	(iv)	the event itself;
	(k)	the term of the licence;
	(l)	methods by which event organizers may be identified 
and contacted;
	(m)	the recording of individuals as competitive fishing event 
participants;
	(n)	fishing by persons referred to in section 19.3(1).

5   Section 5 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1.1) by striking out "An" and 
substituting "Subject to subsection (2.1), an";
	(b)	by adding the following after subsection (2):
(2.1)  Where the licence in question is a competitive fishing 
event licence, the instrument is any document issued by the 
licence holder that indicates that the individual in question has 
been recorded for the purposes of section 2(1)(a.3) of the 
Ministerial Regulation.

6   Section 15(4) is repealed.

7   The following is added after section 19:
Competitive Fishing
Qualifications for licence
19.1   An applicant for a competitive fishing event licence must be
	(a)	an adult individual who is a resident of Alberta, or
	(b)	a body incorporated, registered or continued under the 
Business Corporations Act or a body incorporated under the 
Societies Act.
Notice
19.2   The holder of a competitive fishing event licence shall give 
notice to each competitive fishing event participant, before or at 
the time when that participant is recorded as such, of the terms and 
conditions of the licence that apply to that participant by providing 
that participant with a copy or an accurate synopsis of those terms 
and conditions.
Active participation and holding out
19.3(1)  In addition to section 11.1(3) of the Act, an individual, 
whether or not a competitive fishing event participant, who
	(a)	actively takes part or purports or appears to take part in 
competitive fishing, or
	(b)	holds himself or herself out as a competitive fishing 
event participant or as a person recorded for the 
purposes of section 2(1)(a.3) of the Ministerial 
Regulation,
is subject to the terms and conditions of the competitive fishing 
event licence.
(2)  An individual referred to in subsection (1) who does not 
comply with a term or condition of the competitive fishing event 
licence referred to in subsection (1) is guilty of an offence.
(3)  An individual referred to in subsection (1) who is a 
competitive fishing event participant is entitled to the defence set 
out in section 34(3.2) of the Act.


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Alberta Regulation 166/2006
Natural Gas Rebates Act
HEATING OIL AND PROPANE AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: July 13, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 297/2006) 
on July 12, 2006 pursuant to section 4 of the Natural Gas Rebates Act. 
1   The Heating Oil and Propane Regulation (AR 78/2003) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 2 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Application
2   No rebate may be made under this Regulation in respect of 
heating oil or propane purchased after March 31, 2011.

3   Section 4 is amended by adding the following after 
subsection (4):
(5)  If the Minister considers that there are extenuating 
circumstances that warrant the Minister doing so, the Minister may 
make a rebate to an eligible consumer notwithstanding that the 
application was received by the Minister after the time period 
referred to in subsection (4).

4   Section 8 is repealed.


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Alberta Regulation 167/2006
Government Organization Act
EDMONTON RESTRICTED DEVELOPMENT AREA 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: July 13, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 298/2006) 
on July 12, 2006 pursuant to Schedule 5, section 4 of the Government Organization 
Act. 
1   The Edmonton Restricted Development Area 
Regulations (AR 287/74) are amended by this Regulation.

2   Item 1 of the Schedule, describing land located in 
Township 53, Range 25, West of the Fourth Meridian, is 
amended by striking out
SECTION 17:	Plan 892 0486 showing survey for descriptive 
purposes of a right-of-way for a 
Transportation/Utility Corridor; All that area south 
of Lot 6, Block 1, Plan 8121157; and Access R/W 
Area A, Plan 8121158 within the northeast quarter 
of section 17 EXCEPTING THEREOUT Area 1, 
Plan 0023066 within the northeast quarter of 
section 17.
and substituting
SECTION 17:	Plan 892 0486 showing survey for descriptive 
purposes of a right-of-way for a 
Transportation/Utility Corridor; All that area lying 
south of Lot 6, Block 1, Plan 812 1157 and east 
and southwest of Plan 892 0486; and Access R/W 
Area A, Plan 812 1158 within the northeast quarter 
of section 17; EXCEPTING THEREOUT Area 1, 
Plan 002 3066 within the northeast quarter of 
section 17.

3   Item 3 of the Schedule, describing land located in 
Township 54, Range 24, West of the Fourth Meridian, is 
amended by striking out
SECTION 1:	Plans 882 2632, 022 0945 and 022 3334 showing 
survey for descriptive purposes of a right-of-way 
for a Transportation/Utility Corridor; EXCEPTING 
THEREOUT Plan 022 3335; All that area 
southwest of Plan 022 0945 within the west half of 
section 1.
and substituting
SECTIONS 1	Plans 882 2632, 022 0945 and 022 3334 
& 12:	showing survey for descriptive purposes of a 
right-of-way for a Transportation/Utility Corridor; 
EXCEPTING THEREOUT Plan 022 3335; All that 
area southwest of Plan 022 0945 within the west 
half of section 1.

4   Item 5 of the Schedule, describing land located in 
Township 53, Range 23, West of the Fourth Meridian, is 
amended by striking out
SECTION 29:	Plans 892 0396 and 892 0561, showing survey for 
descriptive purposes of a right-of-way for a 
Transportation/Utility Corridor.
and substituting
SECTION 29:	Plans 892 0369 and 892 0561, showing survey for 
descriptive purposes of a right-of-way for a 
Transportation/Utility Corridor.

5   Item 6 of the Schedule, describing land located in 
Township 52, Range 25, West of the Fourth Meridian, is 
amended by striking out
SECTION 30:	Plan 882 2479 showing survey for descriptive 
purposes of a right-of-way for a 
Transportation/Utility Corridor.
and substituting
SECTION 30:	Lot 2, Block 60, Plan 062 0745.

6   Item 8 of the Schedule, describing land located in 
Township 51, Range 23, West of the Fourth Meridian, is 
amended by striking out
SECTIONS	Plan 892 0346 showing survey for descriptive
29, 30 & 31:	purposes of a right-of-way for a 
Transportation/Utility Corridor; All that area north 
of Plan 892 0346 and west of Plan 4615 T.R. 
within the northwest quarter of section 30.
and substituting
SECTIONS	Plan 892 0346 showing survey for descriptive
29, 30 & 31:	purposes of a right-of-way for a 
Transportation/Utility Corridor; All that area north 
of Plan 892 0346 and west of Plan 4615 T.R. 
within the northwest quarter of section 30; Plan 
042 3867.

7   Item 9 of the Schedule, describing land located in 
Township 51, Range 24, West of the Fourth Meridian, is 
amended by striking out
SECTIONS 29	Plan 882 2409 showing survey for descriptive 
& 30:	purposes of a right-of-way for a 
Transportation/Utility Corridor; All that area 
within LSDs 14, 15 and 16 of section 29; All that 
area north of Plan 882 2409, including Blocks A 
and B of Plan 5306 K.S.; Area C of Plan 022 0252; 
EXCEPTING THEREOUT Plans 4637 E.O., 1136 
H.W., 932 1472, 942 1206, Areas B, D and E on 
Plan 942 3984, Plan 002 4386; Areas A and B of 
Plan 022 0252; Plan 022 6042.
SECTION 33	Area A of Plan 012 2310 showing survey for 
descriptive purposes of a right-of-way for a 
Transportation/Utility Corridor.
and substituting
SECTIONS 29	Plan 882 2409 showing survey for descriptive 
& 30:	purposes of a right-of-way for a 
Transportation/Utility Corridor; All that area 
within LSDs 14, 15 and 16 of section 29; All that 
area north of Plan 882 2409, including Blocks A 
and B of Plan 5306 K.S.; Area C of Plan 022 0252; 
EXCEPTING THEREOUT Plans 4637 E.O., 1136 
H.W., 932 1472, 942 1206, Areas B, D and E on 
Plan 942 3984, Plan 002 4386; Areas A and B of 
Plan 022 0252; Plan 022 6042; Plan 992 2396; All 
that portion of Road Plan 2312 E.T. lying north 
and northeast of Plan 992 2396.
SECTION 33:	Area A of Plan 012 2310 showing survey for 
descriptive purposes of a right-of-way for a 
Transportation/Utility Corridor; All that portion of 
Road Plan 1343 R.S. lying south of the south 
boundary of Area B, Plan 012 2310.

8   Item 10 of the Schedule, describing land located in 
Township 51, Range 25, West of the Fourth Meridian, is 
amended by striking out
SECTIONS	Plan 882 2894 showing survey for descriptive
25 & 26	purposes of a right-of-way for a 
Transportation/Utility Corridor; All that area of 
Block 3 of Plan 822 0275 northwest of Plan 
882 2894 within the northeast quarter of section 
25; EXCEPTING THEREOUT Plans 942 1206, 
002 0909 and 022 6075.
and substituting
SECTIONS	Plan 882 2894 showing survey for descriptive
25 & 26:	purposes of a right-of-way for a 
Transportation/Utility Corridor; All that area of 
Block 3 of Plan 822 0275 northwest of Plan 
882 2894 within the northeast quarter of section 
25; Plans 052 5764 and 052 5117; EXCEPTING 
THEREOUT Plans 942 1206, 002 0909 and 
022 6075.



Alberta Regulation 168/2006
Provincial Offences Procedure Act
PROCEDURES AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: July 13, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 300/2006) 
on July 12, 2006 pursuant to section 42 of the Provincial Offences Procedure Act. 
1   The Procedures Regulation (AR 233/89) is amended by 
this Regulation.

2   Schedule 2, Part 30.1 is amended by adding the 
following after section 1:
1.1   Proceedings with respect to a contravention of any provision 
of the Cargo Securement Code set out in this Part may be 
commenced by a violation ticket issued under either Part 2 or Part 
3 of the Provincial Offences Procedure Act.


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Alberta Regulation 169/2006
Alberta Treasury Branches Act
ALBERTA TREASURY BRANCHES AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: July 13, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 303/2006) 
on July 12, 2006 pursuant to section 34 of the Alberta Treasury Branches Act. 
1   The Alberta Treasury Branches Regulation (AR 187/97) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1(3)(b)(i) is repealed.

3   Section 2.1 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Corporations prescribed for section 19(4)(l) of the Act
2.1   The following are the prescribed corporations for the 
purposes of section 19(4)(l) of the Act:
	(a)	a financial leasing corporation;
	(b)	a mortgage broker within the meaning of the Real 
Estate Act that is a corporation;
	(c)	a loan servicing corporation, being a corporation that 
performs administrative functions to carry out the 
obligations of a loan holder under a loan agreement;
	(d)	a payment processing corporation, being a corporation 
that provides cheque clearing, remittance processing or 
similar services or any 2 or all of them.

4   Section 5.1 is amended
	(a)	by repealing subsection (5)(a) and substituting the 
following:
	(a)	a motor vehicle whose estimated residual value exceeds 
50% of the cost of its acquisition, or
	(b)	by repealing subsection (6)(a).

5   Section 7(a) is amended by striking out "4" and 
substituting "5(2)".

6   Section 8(4) is amended by striking out "1% of the assets of 
ATB" and substituting "25% of ATB's capital within the meaning 
of section 24(1)(a)".

7   Section 10(2), (2.1) and (4) are amended by striking out 
"an existing" and substituting "a".

8   Section 11(2) is amended by striking out "$60 000" 
wherever it occurs and substituting "$100 000".

9   Table 1 of the Schedule is amended
	(a)	by repealing Item 15 and substituting the following:

15.
Residential mortgages that are allowed 
by section 9 of this Regulation, other 
than those in asset category 4
 
 
0.5
	(b)	by adding the following after Item 17:

17.1.
Loans or financial lease agreements to 
individuals
 
0.8



Alberta Regulation 170/2006
Credit Union Act
CREDIT UNION (PRINCIPAL) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: July 13, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 304/2006) 
on July 12, 2006 pursuant to section 230 of the Credit Union Act. 
1   The Credit Union (Principal) Regulation (AR 249/89) is 
amended by this Regulation.



2   Section 14(2) is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
(2)  In subsection (1), "service corporation" means a corporation 
that limits its activities to the provision of services to entities that 
do not extend beyond the credit union and its subsidiaries and 
affiliates, other credit unions within the meaning of section 1(1)(p) 
of the Act and equivalent corporations registered under legislation 
elsewhere in Canada that is equivalent to the Act, and financial 
institutions.

3   Section 15.1 is amended
	(a)	by renumbering it as section 15.1(1);
	(b)	by adding the following after clause (c.1):
	(c.2)	subject to subsection (2), as a bank;
	(c.3)	subject to subsection (2), as a retail association within 
the meaning of section 1 of the Retail Association 
Regulations under the Cooperative Credit Associations 
Act (Canada) (SOR/2002-216);
	(c.4)	as a loan servicing corporation, being a corporation that 
performs administrative functions to carry out the 
obligations of a loan holder under a loan agreement;
	(c)	by adding the following after subsection (1):
(2)  Subsection (1)(c.2) or (c.3) only applies if the credit union 
has entered into a written agreement with the Minister with 
respect to that subject-matter.

4   Section 16 is amended by striking out "and 15" and 
substituting ", 15 and 15.1".

5   Section 54(5) is amended
	(a)	in clause (b) by striking out "hospital district" and 
substituting "regional health authority";
	(b)	by repealing clause (c) and substituting the 
following:
	(c)	a university or technical institute established or 
continued by or under the Post-secondary Learning Act.

6   Section 61 is amended by striking out "and the borrowings 
by it" and substituting "and its subsidiaries and affiliates and the 
borrowings by the credit union".


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Alberta Regulation 171/2006
Insurance Act
AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE PREMIUMS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: July 13, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 306/2006) 
on July 12, 2006 pursuant to section 656 of the Insurance Act. 
1   The Automobile Insurance Premiums Regulation 
(AR 124/2004) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 23 is amended by striking out "2006" and 
substituting "2007".



Alberta Regulation 172/2006
Electric Utilities Act
PAYMENT IN LIEU OF TAX AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: July 13, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 307/2006) 
on July 12, 2006 pursuant to section 147 of the Electric Utilities Act. 
1   The Payment in Lieu of Tax Regulation (AR 112/2003) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1(1) is amended
	(a)	by repealing clause (f) and substituting the 
following:
	(f)	"municipal entity" means a municipal entity as defined 
in section 147(1) of the Act and also includes
	(i)	each municipality or subsidiary of a municipality 
that provides a regulated rate tariff,
	(ii)	each municipality or subsidiary of a municipality 
that owns or operates an electric distribution 
system, and
	(iii)	each municipality or subsidiary of a municipality 
that owns or operates a transmission facility;
	(b)	by repealing clause (g) and adding the following 
before clause (h):
	(g.1)	"service area of the municipality" means,
	(i)	in respect of electric distribution systems,
	(A)	the area within the boundary of that 
municipality,
	(B)	the area outside the boundary of that 
municipality where the Board has granted the 
municipality or its subsidiary the right to 
provide distribution access service to a 
customer, but not including any area in which 
that municipality or its subsidiary acquires 
electric distribution system assets and any 
associated Board approved service area from 
another owner of an electric distribution 
system after December 31, 2006, unless, for 
each acquisition, the electric distribution 
system assets and any associated Board 
approved service area acquired provide 
distribution access service to fewer than 100 
customers or are acquired as part of an 
annexation by that municipality of that area, 
and
	(C)	the area outside the boundary of that 
municipality in an adjacent service area 
where the municipality or its subsidiary is 
providing distribution access service to a 
customer to whom distribution access service 
is not being provided by the electric 
distribution system approved by the Board to 
distribute electric energy in that adjacent 
service area,
				and
	(ii)	in respect of transmission facilities,
	(A)	the area within the boundary of that 
municipality, and
	(B)	any area outside the boundary of that 
municipality that is within a right-of-way 
reserved for transmission facilities owned by 
that municipality or its subsidiary on 
December 31, 2006.

3   Section 3 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1)
	(i)	in clause (b) by striking out "other than the 
electricity that is required to supply regulated rate 
customers,";
	(ii)	by repealing clause (c) and substituting the 
following:
	(c)	the provision by the municipal entity of retail 
electricity services to customers in Alberta, other 
than services within the service area of the 
municipality relating to the ownership or operation 
of
	(i)	transmission facilities, or
	(ii)	an electric distribution system,
	(c.1)	the ownership or operation of a transmission 
facility or an electric distribution system outside 
the service area of the municipality,
	(iii)	in clause (e) by striking out "to persons who are 
not regulated rate customers";
	(b)	by adding the following after subsection (1):
(1.1)  Revenue received by a municipal entity from
	(a)	the ownership or operation of transmission facilities or 
an electric distribution system outside the service area 
of the municipality, and
	(b)	a customer who chooses to purchase electricity under a 
regulated rate tariff
is to be considered income received by the municipal entity for 
the purposes of section 147(3) of the Act.

4   Section 6(2) is amended by repealing clause (a).

5   Section 17 is amended by striking out "October 31, 2008" 
and substituting "October 31, 2017".

6   This Regulation comes into force on January 1, 2007.


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Alberta Regulation 173/2006
Mines and Minerals Act
PETROLEUM ROYALTY AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: July 13, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 311/2006) 
on July 12, 2006 pursuant to section 36 of the Mines and Minerals Act. 
1   The Petroleum Royalty Regulation (AR 248/90) is 
amended by this Regulation.
2   Section 1(1)(a.06) is amended by adding "or the Alberta 
Energy and Utilities Board" after "Energy Resources Conservation 
Board".

3   Section 5 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1)(i) by striking out "section 38 or 39, 
respectively," and substituting "section 38(a) or 39(1)(a) 
or (e)";
	(b)	in subsection (4) by adding the following after 
clause (c):
	(d)	a production entity to the extent that it is within a 
scheme;
	(c)	in subsection (5) by adding the following after 
clause (c):
	(d)	if the whole or part of a production entity is a 
co-existent new oil entity because that whole or part is 
within a scheme,
	(i)	the Minister, in accordance with the fixed ratio 
method, shall determine the proportion that the 
increase in the remaining recoverable reserves of 
crude oil attributable to the operation of the 
scheme bears to the whole of the remaining 
recoverable reserves in the scheme, and
	(ii)	the co-existent new oil factor for the co-existent 
new oil entity is the proportion so determined 
expressed as a fraction of one.
	(d)	in subsection (5.1) by adding the following after 
clause (a):
	(a.1)	where the whole or part of the production entity is 
within a scheme;



Alberta Regulation 174/2006
Petroleum Marketing Act 
Mines and Minerals Act
PETROLEUM MARKETING REGULATION
Filed: July 13, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 314/2006) 
on July 12, 2006 pursuant to sections 18 and 19 of the Petroleum Marketing Act and 
section 36 of the Mines and Minerals Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	Miscellaneous interpretive rules
	3	Petroleum Registry of Alberta


Part 1 
Royalty Reporting
	4	Monthly royalty reports
	5	Reporting deadlines
	6	Automatic penalties related to royalty reports
	7	Penalties related to inaccurate reporting
	8	Penalties for underdeliveries and overdeliveries
	9	Invoicing for penalties
	10	Appeals respecting penalties
Part 2 
Underdelivery and Overdelivery of Oil
	11	Field delivery point for royalty oil
	12	Direction to deliver royalty deficiency
	13	Money in lieu of royalty deficiency
	14	Money amounts owing under section 12 or 13
	15	Overdelivery of crude oil
Part 3 
Penalties Related To Inaccurate Forecasting
	16	Interpretation
	17	Notice to furnish information
	18	Flow-through penalties
	19	Waiver of penalty
	20	Invoicing for penalties
	21	Appeals respecting penalties
Part 4 
General
	22	Truck transportation allowances
	23	Commission's right of set-off
	24	Monthly statements
	25	Lessee's liability unaffected
	26	Commission directions
	27	Expiry
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"actual deliveries", in relation to a delivery month and a 
battery, means the quantity of crude oil actually delivered to 
the Commission from the battery to a field delivery point 
during the delivery month, as determined by the Commission 
on the basis of the information in the possession of the 
Commission, including the final shipper's balance that 
related to or included that quantity;
	(b)	"agency contract" means a contract under which the Crown 
in right of Alberta and the Commission appoint a person as 
their agent for the purpose, among others, of marketing 
certain quantities of the Crown's royalty share of crude oil;
	(c)	"agent" or "Commission's agent" means a person appointed 
as an agent under an agency contract;
	(d)	"agreement" means an agreement as defined in the Mines 
and Minerals Act;
	(e)	"amendment report" means a report furnished or required to 
be furnished to the Commission pursuant to a notice given 
under section 4(5);
	(f)	"battery", in relation to any crude oil, means each battery at 
which the crude oil is measured after its recovery from a 
well;
	(g)	"Commission" means the Alberta Petroleum Marketing 
Commission;
	(h)	"Commission's field price" means
	(i)	with respect to royalty oil delivered to the Commission 
in a delivery month, the value to the Crown of the oil, in 
dollars per cubic metre, as determined by the 
Commission at the field delivery point to which it was 
required to be delivered in that month;
	(ii)	with respect to royalty oil that should have been but was 
not delivered to the Commission in a delivery month, 
the value to the Crown of the oil, in dollars per cubic 
metre, as determined by the Commission at the field 
delivery point to which the oil should have been 
delivered;
	(i)	"delivery month" means June 2006 or any subsequent month;
	(j)	"field delivery point" means the place at which royalty oil is 
required to be delivered to the Commission by or pursuant to 
section 11;
	(k)	"final shipper's balance" means a document prepared by the 
operator of a crude oil pipeline in accordance with normal oil 
industry practice showing the actual volume of crude oil 
delivered into and transported by the pipeline during a 
particular month for the account of a particular shipper;
	(l)	"monthly statement" means a statement prepared and sent by 
the Commission to a battery operator pursuant to section 
24(1);
	(m)	"Petroleum Registry of Alberta" or "Registry" means the 
electronic information system administered by the 
Department and called the Petroleum Registry of Alberta;
	(n)	"prescribed royalty quantity", in relation to a delivery month 
and a battery, means the quantity of crude oil required to be 
delivered to the Commission in the delivery month in 
payment of the royalty owing to the Crown on crude oil 
recovered pursuant to one or more agreements from one or 
more wells whose production is delivered to that battery in 
that delivery month;
	(o)	"reported royalty oil deliveries", in relation to a delivery 
month and a battery, means
	(i)	the quantity of royalty oil shown in a royalty report for 
the delivery month as having been delivered to the 
battery in that month, or
	(ii)	where an amendment report pertaining to the battery is 
furnished for the delivery month, the quantity of royalty 
oil shown in the amendment report as having been 
delivered to the battery in that month;
	(p)	"reporting deadline" means
	(i)	in relation to a royalty report for a delivery month, the 
time in the next delivery month prescribed by the 
Commission pursuant to section 5(1) as the deadline for 
the furnishing of the report, and
	(ii)	in relation to an amendment report, the time shown in 
the notice given under section 4(5) as the deadline for 
furnishing the amendment report;
	(q)	"royalty oil" means the Crown's royalty share of crude oil 
recovered pursuant to an agreement;
	(r)	"royalty report", in relation to a delivery month, means a 
report furnished or required to be furnished in respect of that 
delivery month by section 4(1);
	(s)	"shipper" means the person for whose account crude oil is 
transported by a pipeline;
	(t)	"underdelivery balance", in relation to a delivery month and 
a battery, means the quantity, according to the records of the 
Commission, by which
	(i)	the prescribed royalty quantity in respect of the battery 
for that delivery month
		exceeds
	(ii)	the actual deliveries from the battery for that delivery 
month.
Miscellaneous interpretive rules
2(1)  A reference in this Regulation to a month, whether by its name or 
not, shall be construed as the period commencing at 7:00 a.m. 
Mountain Standard Time on the first day of the month and ending 
immediately before 7:00 a.m. Mountain Standard Time on the first day 
of the next month.
(2)  A reference in this Regulation to the operator of a battery for or in 
respect of a delivery month shall be read as a reference to the person 
who was, according to the records of the Alberta Energy and Utilities 
Board, the operator of that battery for that delivery month.
(3)  For the purposes of this Regulation,
	(a)	crude oil delivered to a field delivery point for the account of 
the Commission is deemed to be royalty oil until proven 
otherwise, and
	(b)	when crude oil recovered pursuant to an agreement is 
delivered to a field delivery point during a delivery month, 
the Crown's royalty share of that crude oil is deemed to be 
delivered first.
(4)  The Minister may specify a date in 2007 as the "operational date" 
for the purposes of sections 6, 7 and 8.
Petroleum Registry of Alberta
3(1)  Subject to this section, where
	(a)	a royalty report or amendment report is required to be 
furnished to the Commission in respect of a delivery month, 
or
	(b)	a battery operator furnishes a claim for a transportation 
allowance in respect of a delivery month pursuant to section 
22,
the report or claim must be furnished by electronic transmission to the 
Petroleum Registry of Alberta in accordance with the directions of the 
Minister respecting the operation of the Registry.
(2)  The Commission may
	(a)	on application or its own initiative, exempt a battery operator 
from the requirements of subsection (1) in respect of one or 
more delivery months, and
	(b)	give directions to the operator respecting an alternative mode 
by which the operator must furnish reports and claims for 
that delivery month or those delivery months, as the case 
may be.
(3)  Where the Commission considers it necessary to do so by reason 
of technical or other difficulties affecting the operation of the Registry, 
the Commission may give general directions to all or any battery 
operators respecting an alternative mode for furnishing royalty reports, 
amendment reports and transportation allowance claims in respect of 
one or more delivery months, and in that event those reports and 
claims in respect of the delivery month or months must be furnished in 
accordance with the Commission's directions.
(4)  The Commission may send to a battery operator
	(a)	a monthly statement, and
	(b)	where the monthly statement shows a net money amount 
owing to the Commission, the invoice for that amount 
referred to in section 24(3),
by electronic transmission to the Registry in accordance with the 
directions of the Minister respecting the operation of the Registry, and 
a monthly statement and an invoice sent in accordance with those 
directions is deemed for the purpose of this Regulation to be received 
by the battery operator when it is received by the Registry.
Part 1 
Royalty Reporting
Monthly royalty reports
4(1)  Every person who is the operator of one or more batteries in 
Alberta in respect of a delivery month shall, in accordance with this 
section and section 5, furnish to the Commission a report in respect of 
all of those batteries for that delivery month.
(2)  Subsection (1) does not apply to an operator in respect of a 
delivery month if there are no prescribed royalty quantities for that 
delivery month in respect of any of the operator's batteries in Alberta.
(3)  A royalty report furnished in respect of a delivery month must 
show in respect of each of the operator's batteries from which royalty 
oil was required to be delivered to the Commission in that delivery 
month, 
	(a)	the prescribed royalty quantity for that battery for that month, 
and
	(b)	the field delivery point to which the prescribed royalty 
quantity was required to be delivered.
(4)  If a royalty report in respect of a delivery month includes a battery 
but shows no prescribed royalty quantity for that battery, then, for the 
purposes of this Regulation, the prescribed royalty quantity for that 
battery for that delivery month shall be deemed to be reported as nil.
(5)  If a royalty report is furnished in respect of a delivery month and 
the Commission is satisfied, on the basis of other records in its 
possession, that the reported royalty oil deliveries shown in the report 
for one or more of the operator's batteries is greater than the respective 
prescribed royalty quantities for those batteries for that month, the 
Commission may, by a notice to the operator, direct the operator to 
furnish to the Commission at or before the deadline specified in the 
notice an additional report for that delivery month reflecting the 
amended information in respect of those batteries.
(6)  The following requirements apply with respect to the furnishing of 
royalty reports and amendment reports in respect of a delivery month:
	(a)	the person furnishing the report 
	(i)	must be the person who was the operator in respect of 
the batteries required to be included in the report for the 
delivery month, and
	(ii)	must be identified in the report by the operator code 
number assigned to that person by the Department;
	(b)	the report must be in a format prescribed by the Commission;
	(c)	each battery referred to in the report must be identified by the 
code number assigned to it by the Alberta Energy and 
Utilities Board;
	(d)	each field delivery point referred to in the report must be 
identified by the code number assigned to it by the Alberta 
Energy and Utilities Board.
(7)  A royalty report and an amendment report
	(a)	must contain all the information required by, and
	(b)	must be prepared in accordance with,
any general directions posted by the Commission on the Registry 
respecting the format of those reports.
(8)  The Commission may by a general or special direction exempt 
from any provision of this section
	(a)	any operator or class of operators in respect of one or more 
delivery months, or
	(b)	any operator in respect of one or more of the operator's 
batteries for one or more delivery months.
Reporting deadlines
5(1)  The Commission shall, in respect of each year,
	(a)	by order prescribe, for each delivery month in that year, the 
time in the next delivery month that constitutes the deadline 
for furnishing a royalty report for the delivery month, and
	(b)	publish the reporting deadlines so prescribed in a manner that 
ensures that all battery operators are notified of them, 
including posting them on the Registry and on the 
Department's website.
(2)  If an operator is required to furnish a royalty report in respect of a 
delivery month,
	(a)	the royalty report shall be furnished to the Commission by 
the reporting deadline for the delivery month to which it 
relates, and
	(b)	any amendment report pertaining to the same delivery month 
shall be furnished to the Commission by the deadline 
specified in the notice given under section 4(5).
(3)  For the purposes of this section and section 6, where the 
Commission prescribes a reporting deadline for a royalty report for a 
particular delivery month,
	(a)	each reporting deadline for each succeeding delivery month 
is a subsequent reporting deadline for that royalty report, and
	(b)	with respect to an amendment report for the same delivery 
month, each royalty report reporting deadline subsequent to 
the reporting deadline for the amendment report is a 
subsequent reporting deadline for that amendment report.
(4)  For the purposes of this Part, a royalty report or an amendment 
report shall be considered to be furnished to the Commission
	(a)	when it is received by the Registry, or
	(b)	if the report is required to be furnished by an alternative 
mode pursuant to directions under section 3(2) or (3), when it 
is actually received by the Commission in accordance with 
those directions.
(5)  The Commission may by a general or special direction extend the 
time limited by subsection (2)(a) or (b) for the furnishing to the 
Commission of a royalty report or amendment report in respect of a 
delivery month.
Automatic penalties related to royalty reports
6(1)  A battery operator is liable to pay to the Commission a penalty, 
calculated in accordance with subsection (3), in the following cases:
	(a)	where the operator is required to furnish to the Commission a 
royalty report in respect of a delivery month but fails to do so 
by the reporting deadline for that report, 
	(i)	each of the batteries that should have been included in 
the report is an unreported battery for the purposes of 
this section, and
	(ii)	the operator is liable for a penalty in respect of each of 
those unreported batteries;
	(b)	where the operator is required to furnish to the Commission 
an amendment report in respect of a delivery month but fails 
to do so by the reporting deadline for the amendment report,
	(i)	each of the batteries that should have been included in 
the amendment report is an unreported battery for the 
purposes of this section, and
	(ii)	the operator is liable for a penalty in respect of each of 
those unreported batteries;
	(c)	where the operator furnishes a royalty report in respect of a 
delivery month by the reporting deadline for that report but 
the report omits one or more batteries that should have been 
included in the report,
	(i)	each of the omitted batteries is an unreported battery for 
the purposes of this section, and
	(ii)	the operator is liable for a penalty in respect of each of 
those unreported batteries;
	(d)	where the operator furnishes an amendment report in respect 
of a delivery month by the reporting deadline for the 
amendment report but the amendment report omits one or 
more batteries that should have been included in the 
amendment report,
	(i)	each of the omitted batteries is an unreported battery for 
the purposes of this section, and
	(ii)	the operator is liable for a penalty in respect of each of 
those unreported batteries.
(2)  If a battery operator fails to furnish a royalty report or amendment 
report by a reporting deadline for the report and the failure continues 
beyond one or more of the subsequent reporting deadlines for the 
report, the operator is liable to pay to the Commission a penalty, 
calculated in accordance with subsection (3), for each time such a 
subsequent reporting deadline occurs without the royalty report or 
amendment report having been furnished.
(3)  If a battery operator is liable for a penalty under subsection (1)(a), 
(b), (c) or (d) or (2), the amount of the penalty is
	(a)	$100 for each unreported battery not exceeding 10, and
	(b)	$50 for each unreported battery in excess of 10.
(4)  Despite subsection (3), penalties arising under subsections (1) and 
(2) in respect of an operator in a month shall not exceed $5000.
(5)  If a royalty report or an amendment report is furnished to the 
Commission by its reporting deadline or by a subsequent reporting 
deadline for the report, but the report as it exists when the deadline 
occurs is not in compliance with section 4(6)(a), (b), (c) or (d), the 
royalty report or amendment report, as the case may be, shall, for the 
purposes of this section, be deemed to have not been furnished to the 
Commission by the reporting deadline for the report or the subsequent 
reporting deadline, as the case may be.
(6)  If any or all of the unreported batteries under subsection (1)(c) or 
(d) in relation to a royalty report or amendment report remain 
unreported batteries beyond one or more subsequent reporting 
deadlines for the royalty report or the amendment report, as the case 
may be, the operator is liable to pay to the Commission, for each time 
such a subsequent reporting deadline occurs, a penalty equal to
	(a)	$100 in respect of each battery remaining unreported, not 
exceeding 10, and
	(b)	$50 in respect of each battery in excess of 10 remaining 
unreported.
(7)  Despite subsection (6), penalties arising under that subsection in 
respect of an operator in a month shall not exceed $5000.
(8)  The person liable for a penalty under this section in relation to an 
unreported battery is the operator of the unreported battery for the 
delivery month concerned.
(9)  Despite any other provision of this section, liability for a penalty in 
relation to an unreported battery does not arise under this section prior 
to the operational date.
(10)  The Commission may, on application, waive all or part of a 
penalty imposed under this section on being satisfied
	(a)	that the battery operator required to furnish the royalty report 
or amendment report to which the penalty relates failed to 
furnish it by the deadline referred to in section 5(2)(a) or (b), 
as the case may be, by reason of
	(i)	circumstances beyond the operator's control, or
	(ii)	circumstances that the operator could not reasonably 
foresee,
		and
	(b)	that, having regard to all the circumstances of the case, the 
operator furnished the royalty report or amendment report 
within a reasonable time after the reporting deadline for the 
report.
Penalties related to inaccurate reporting
7(1)  Subject to this section, the Commission may impose penalties on 
a battery operator if the operator furnishes a royalty report for a 
delivery month and the report contains errors of any of the following 
kinds:
	(a)	the information in the report in respect of a particular battery 
of the operator shows either
	(i)	an  incorrect code number for the battery,
	(ii)	an incorrect code number for the field delivery point,
	(iii)	the code number for a field delivery point other than the 
one prescribed under section 11 for that battery, or
	(iv)	an incorrect amount as the prescribed royalty quantity 
for that battery for that delivery month;
	(b)	the report includes a battery that was not one of the 
operator's batteries.
(2)  The penalties that may be imposed on a battery operator pursuant 
to subsection (1) are
	(a)	$100 for each battery in respect of which the report contains 
one or more errors described in subsection (1)(a), and
	(b)	$100 for each error described in subsection (1)(b).
(3)  Despite subsection (2), penalties arising under subsection (1) in 
respect of an operator in a month shall not exceed $10 000.
(4)  The Commission may not impose a penalty under this section in 
respect of a royalty report furnished before the operational date.
(5)  The Commission may, on its own motion, reduce or revoke a 
penalty imposed under this section on the basis of new evidence 
which, if it had been known to the Commission when it made its 
decision to impose the penalty, would have affected that decision.
Penalties for underdeliveries and overdeliveries
8(1)  Subject to subsection (4), the Commission may impose on the 
operator of a battery in respect of a delivery month a penalty computed 
in accordance with subsection (2) if, according to the records of the 
Commission,
	(a)	the actual deliveries made from that battery in the delivery 
month
are less than or greater than
	(b)	the prescribed royalty quantity in respect of that battery for 
that delivery month.
(2)  A penalty imposed on an operator pursuant to subsection (1) in 
respect of a delivery month and a battery shall be an amount equal to 
the lesser of
	(a)	$500, and
	(b)	the product obtained by multiplying
	(i)	the number of cubic metres of the underdelivery balance 
or the excess delivered quantity, as the case may be, 
referred to in subsection (1)
		by
	(ii)	10% of the Commission's field price for that delivery 
month for
	(A)	the underdelivery balance, or
	(B)	the royalty oil with which the excess delivered 
quantity was commingled,
		as the case may be.
(3)  Despite subsection (2), penalties arising under subsection (1) in 
respect of an operator in a month shall not exceed $10 000.
(4)  The Commission may not impose a penalty under this section in 
respect of an underdelivery balance that arises before the operational 
date, unless the underdelivery balance remains outstanding on or after 
the operational date.
(5)  Where, after a penalty is imposed pursuant to subsection (1) in 
respect of a particular battery and delivery month, the Commission 
determines
	(a)	that the penalty was calculated or imposed in error and that 
the error was wholly or partly attributable to a person other 
than the battery operator, or
	(b)	that the penalty was otherwise incorrectly calculated,
the Commission may adjust the penalty accordingly and cause the 
adjustment to be reflected in the next monthly statement to the operator 
of the battery for that delivery month.
(6)  If while a penalty imposed pursuant to subsection (1) remains 
wholly or partly unpaid the person liable under subsection (1) for the 
penalty is succeeded as operator of the battery, that person and each of 
the successors of that person as operator of the battery concerned are 
jointly and severally liable to the Commission for the penalty or the 
unpaid part of the penalty, as the case may be.
Invoicing for penalties
9(1)  Where a penalty is imposed on an operator by or pursuant to this 
Part, the Commission must include that penalty in a monthly statement 
sent to the operator for the delivery month to which the penalty relates 
and must indicate in the statement the reason for the imposition of the 
penalty.
(2)  If a penalty is not imposed by virtue of section 6(9), 7(4) or 8(4) 
that would otherwise be imposed by or pursuant to this Part in the 
absence of that section, the Commission may nonetheless include in 
the monthly statement sent to the operator for the delivery month to 
which the penalty would have otherwise related, a statement indicating
	(a)	the amount of the penalty had it been imposed,
	(b)	the reason for which the penalty would have been imposed, 
and
	(c)	the date when penalties of that kind can start to be imposed.
Appeals respecting penalties
10(1)  Subject to this section, a person on whom a penalty is imposed 
by or pursuant to section 6, 7 or 8 may file with the Commission a 
notice of an appeal to the Minister respecting
	(a)	that person's liability for the penalty,
	(b)	the amount of the penalty, or
	(c)	in the case of a penalty imposed by section 6, the 
Commission's refusal to grant a penalty waiver pursuant to 
section 6(10).
(2)  A notice of appeal must be filed with the Commission within 
	(a)	2 months after the date of the monthly statement that includes 
the penalty that is the subject of the notice, or
	(b)	one month after the date of the Commission's notice to the 
battery operator of the Commission's refusal to waive the 
penalty, in the case of an appeal under subsection (1)(c).
(3)  On the filing of a notice of appeal, the Minister shall conduct a 
review of the penalty and the representations in or accompanying the 
notice.
(4)  On considering an appeal under this section, the Minister may
	(a)	confirm the penalty,
	(b)	revoke the penalty on the ground that the appellant was not 
liable for it, 
	(c)	reduce the amount of the penalty, or
	(d)	in the case of an appeal under subsection (1)(c), grant any 
penalty waiver pursuant to section 6(10) that the Commission 
could have granted,
and must inform the appellant of the Minister's decision.
(5)  The Commission may establish general directions respecting the 
filing of and content of notices of appeal under this section and the 
procedures for the conduct of those appeals.
Part 2 
Underdelivery and Overdelivery  
of Oil
Field delivery point for royalty oil
11(1)   Subject to subsection (2), the place at which royalty oil shall be 
delivered to the Commission is prescribed as follows:
	(a)	if the battery at which the Crown's royalty share of crude oil 
is calculated is connected directly to a pipeline, the place 
where the royalty oil is to be delivered to the Commission is 
the point on the pipeline at which the battery is connected to 
it;
	(b)	if the battery at which the Crown's royalty share of crude oil 
is calculated is not connected directly to a pipeline, the place 
at which the royalty oil is to be delivered to the Commission 
is
	(i)	the nearest unloading facility connected to a pipeline, or
	(ii)	if there is another unloading facility connected to a 
pipeline entailing a higher net revenue return to the 
Crown, that other unloading facility.
(2)  The Commission may in a particular case direct or consent to the 
delivery of royalty oil at a place other than that prescribed under 
subsection (1), either indefinitely or for a specified period.
Direction to deliver royalty deficiency
12(1)  If there is an underdelivery balance at a battery for a delivery 
month, the Commission, by a notice given to the operator of the 
battery for that delivery month, may direct that the default under the 
agreement or agreements resulting from the deficient delivery be 
remedied by the delivery in kind to the Commission of crude oil in 
equal quantity and of like quality to the underdelivery balance
	(a)	in the month in which the direction is given,
	(b)	in a particular subsequent month, or
	(c)	in instalments in 2 or more particular subsequent months,
whichever is specified in the direction.
(2)  A direction to an operator under subsection (1) relating to the 
underdelivery balance for a particular delivery month may include 
underdelivery balances for the same battery for any previous delivery 
months if the operator to whom the direction is given was also the 
operator of that battery for each of those previous delivery months.
(3)  The Commission may, with or without conditions, direct or 
consent to the postponement of delivery in kind of all or part of the 
volumes of royalty oil specified in a direction under subsection (1) to a 
later month or months and, on doing so, the direction is deemed to be 
amended accordingly.
(4)  If a direction under subsection (1) is not complied with, then,
	(a)	to the extent that the quantity of crude oil delivered pursuant 
to the direction is less than the underdelivery balance or the 
aggregate of the underdelivery balances, as the case may be, 
specified in the direction, the Commission may, in a monthly 
statement, charge the operator with the payment to the 
Commission of an amount of money equal to, whichever of 
the following amounts is shown in the monthly statement,
	(i)	the amount calculated by multiplying the quantity of the 
undelivered royalty oil by the Commission's field price 
or respective field prices, as the case may be, for the 
delivery month or months in which the royalty oil was 
originally payable, or
	(ii)	the amount calculated by multiplying the quantity of the 
undelivered royalty oil by the Commission's field price 
or respective field prices, as the case may be, for the 
month or months in which the royalty oil should have 
been delivered in accordance with the direction,
		and
	(b)	to the extent the quality of crude oil delivered pursuant to the 
direction is less than that required to be delivered pursuant to 
the direction, the Commission may, in a monthly statement, 
charge the operator with the payment to the Commission of 
an amount of money that in the Commission's opinion is 
equal to the difference in value between the crude oil 
delivered and that required to be delivered.
(5)  When an amount of money becomes owing to the Commission 
under subsection (4), the direction under subsection (1) ceases to 
apply.
(6)  The Commission may not give a notice under subsection (1) in 
respect of an underdelivery balance for a delivery month if it has 
charged the operator under section 13(1) with the payment of a money 
amount in respect of the same underdelivery balance.
Money in lieu of royalty deficiency
13(1)  If there is an underdelivery balance at a battery for a delivery 
month, the Commission, in a monthly statement sent to the operator of 
the battery, may charge the operator with the payment to the 
Commission of an amount of money calculated by multiplying the 
underdelivery balance by the Commission's field price for that 
underdelivery balance for that month.
(2)  The Commission may not charge a battery operator with the 
payment of an amount of money under subsection (1) of this section in 
respect of an underdelivery balance for a delivery month if a notice has 
been given under section 12(1) in respect of the same underdelivery 
balance.
Money amounts owing under section 12 or 13
14(1)  If the operator of a battery is charged with the payment of an 
amount of money owing in respect of an underdelivery balance 
pursuant to section 12(4) or 13(1),
	(a)	the obligation to pay the amount of money so charged 
replaces the obligation to deliver the underdelivery balance in 
kind to the Commission,
	(b)	full payment of the amount of money so charged operates to 
fulfil the obligation to deliver the underdelivery balance in 
kind to the Commission, and
	(c)	any crude oil delivered to the Commission in purported 
payment in kind of the underdelivery balance shall be dealt 
with by the Commission under section 15 as though it were 
an overdelivery of crude oil to which that section applies.
(2)  If after a battery operator has been charged with the payment of a 
money amount under section 12(4) or 13(1) it is found that the amount 
owing to the Commission is greater or less than the amount charged, 
the Commission may adjust the amount owing to the Commission by 
decreasing or increasing it and cause the adjustment to be reflected in a 
subsequent monthly statement to the operator.
(3)  Where a money amount is owing to the Commission under section 
12(4) or 13(1) by reason of a charge contained in a monthly statement 
and the amount remains wholly or partly unpaid after the person so 
charged is succeeded as the operator of the battery concerned then, 
despite anything in section 12 or 13,
	(a)	the person charged with the payment of the amount, and
	(b)	each of that person's successors as operator of the battery,
are jointly and severally liable to the Commission for the amount or 
the unpaid part of the amount, as the case may be.
(4)  Nothing in section 12 or 13 precludes the Commission from 
agreeing to accept, in lieu of payment of any money amount owing to 
the Commission under either of those sections, the delivery to the 
Commission of a quantity of crude oil having a value, based on the 
Commission's field price, at least equal to the money amount owing.
Overdelivery of crude oil
15(1)  For the purposes of this section, there is an overdelivery of 
crude oil to the Commission from a battery in a delivery month if, 
according to the records of the Commission,
	(a)	the actual deliveries from the battery for that delivery month
exceed
	(b)	the prescribed royalty quantity in respect of the battery for 
that delivery month.
(2)  If there is an overdelivery of crude oil from a battery in any 
delivery month, the Commission must, by itself or through its agent, 
act on behalf of the owner of the excess quantity of crude oil for the 
sale and delivery of that excess quantity to a purchaser.
(3)  Where an excess quantity of crude oil is sold or delivered pursuant 
to subsection (2),
	(a)	the Commission or the Commission's agent, as the case may 
be, must negotiate the sale of the excess quantity of crude oil 
on the same terms and conditions that apply to the sale of the 
royalty oil unless the Commission or its agent is unable to do 
so because of market factors, and
	(b)	subject to subsection (5), the Commission must pay to the 
operator concerned, in respect of each cubic metre of the 
excess quantity of crude oil, an amount equal to the sale 
proceeds received by the Commission for the excess quantity 
less the amount per cubic metre prescribed by the 
Commission as a fee for its services in carrying out the sale 
and delivery of the excess quantity.
(4)  If a payment of an amount is made under subsection (3)(b) to the 
operator of the battery,
	(a)	the operator is responsible for paying that amount to the 
former owner or owners of the excess quantity to the extent 
that the operator was not its owner, and
	(b)	the payment to the operator operates to discharge the 
Commission of any liability to pay that amount to the former 
owner or owners of the excess quantity.
(5)  The Commission is not liable 
	(a)	to any person for the payment of interest in relation to any 
amount received by the Commission under this section, or
	(b)	to pay any amount to the battery operator or any owner or 
former owner of the excess quantity in respect of any portion 
of the excess quantity lost or destroyed before delivery to the 
purchaser of the excess quantity.
Part 3 
Penalties Related To Inaccurate 
Forecasting
Interpretation
16(1)  In this Part,
	(a)	"avoidance charge" means a cost or charge reasonably 
incurred by a shipper for the purpose of avoiding the 
imposition of a non-performance penalty, or reducing the 
amount of a non-performance penalty, that would otherwise 
be imposed on the shipper;
	(b)	"cleaning plant" means a crude oil cleaning plant that 
	(i)	is connected to a gathering pipeline but is not operated 
by the owner of that pipeline, or
	(ii)	is not connected to a gathering pipeline;
	(c)	"connected battery" means a battery that is connected 
directly to a gathering pipeline or feeder pipeline;
	(d)	"document" means a document or other memorandum of 
information whether in writing or in electronic form or 
represented or reproduced by any other means;
	(e)	"feeder pipeline" means a crude oil pipeline in Alberta that is 
connected to and transports crude oil to a trunk line;
	(f)	"flow-through penalty" means a penalty imposed by the 
Commission pursuant to section 18(1);
	(g)	"Form A forecast" means a document, commonly referred to 
in the oil industry as a Form A forecast, provided prior to a 
delivery month in accordance with normal oil industry 
practice by the operator of a connected battery, truck 
terminal, cleaning plant or gathering pipeline to the operator 
of a feeder pipeline and showing
	(i)	a forecast of the volume of crude oil to be delivered by 
the operator of that unconnected battery, truck terminal, 
cleaning plant or gathering pipeline in the delivery 
month,
	(ii)	the shippers for whose account the crude oil is to be 
delivered by those operators in the delivery month, and
	(iii)	the portions of that volume allocated to the accounts of 
those shippers;
	(h)	"Form C forecast" means a document, commonly referred to 
in the oil industry as a Form C forecast, provided prior to a 
delivery month in accordance with normal oil industry 
practice by the operator of a feeder pipeline to
	(i)	each operator of a connected battery, truck terminal, 
cleaning plant or gathering pipeline that is expected to 
deliver crude oil to the feeder pipeline in that delivery 
month, and
	(ii)	each shipper for whose account crude oil is to be 
delivered to the feeder pipeline in that delivery month,
		and showing a forecast of the volume of crude oil that will be 
tendered for delivery to that feeder pipeline in that delivery 
month, the shippers for whose account the crude oil is to be 
delivered by those operators and the portions of those 
volumes allocated to the accounts of those shippers;
	(i)	"gathering pipeline" means a crude oil pipeline in Alberta 
that is connected to one or more batteries, truck terminals or 
cleaning plants and transports crude oil to a feeder pipeline;
	(j)	"non-performance penalty", in relation to a delivery month, 
means a penalty imposed on a shipper by the operator of a 
crude oil pipeline pursuant to its tariff by reason of a failure 
by the shipper to tender for delivery to the pipeline in that 
delivery month
	(i)	the volume of crude oil that the shipper notified the 
pipeline operator would be tendered for delivery to the 
pipeline by that shipper in that delivery month, or
	(ii)	the percentage specified in the tariff of that volume of 
crude oil;
	(k)	"notice of shipment" means
	(i)	a document, commonly referred to in the oil industry as 
a notice of shipment, given by a shipper to the operator 
of a crude oil pipeline prior to a delivery month in 
accordance with normal oil industry practice and 
showing, among other things, the volume of crude oil to 
be tendered for delivery by the shipper to that pipeline 
during the delivery month, 
	(ii)	if the shipper prepares a corrected notice of shipment 
after being notified of discrepancies in the initial notice 
referred to in subclause (i), the corrected notice of 
shipment, or
	(iii)	if the pipeline operator informs the shipper of an 
apportionment among shippers of the total volume of 
crude oil that may be tendered for delivery to the 
pipeline in that delivery month, the revised notice of 
shipment given by the shipper to the operator reflecting 
the reduction of the volume of crude oil to be tendered 
for delivery by that shipper in that delivery month 
resulting from the apportionment;
	(l)	"oilfield facility" means a battery, a truck terminal, a 
cleaning plant or a gathering pipeline;
	(m)	"transfer forecast" means a forecast that 
	(i)	is part of a series of transfer forecasts forming part of 
the reporting and forecasting system administered by 
the oil industry,
	(ii)	is prepared by an oilfield facility operator in accordance 
with normal oil industry practice, and
	(iii)	shows, among other things, the volumes of crude oil 
intended to be delivered by that oilfield facility operator 
to another oilfield facility operator in a delivery month;
	(n)	"truck terminal" means a crude oil tank terminal connected to 
a gathering pipeline or feeder pipeline not operated by the 
operator of that pipeline and to which crude oil is transported 
by truck;
	(o)	"trunk line" means an extra-provincial crude oil pipeline;
	(p)	"unconnected battery" means a battery that is not directly 
connected to a gathering pipeline or feeder pipeline.
(2)  If the Commission's agent, in its capacity as a shipper, is liable to 
the operator of a crude oil pipeline for a non-performance penalty in 
respect of a delivery month and the agent is entitled under the agency 
contract to recover all or part of the amount of the penalty from the 
Crown and the Commission, the amount so recoverable shall, for the 
purposes of this Part, be deemed to be a non-performance penalty 
imposed on the Commission by the operator of the pipeline.
(3)  If the Commission's agent, in its capacity as a shipper, incurs an 
avoidance charge in respect of a delivery month and the agent is 
entitled under the agency contract to recover all or part of the 
avoidance charge from the Crown and the Commission, the amount so 
recoverable shall, for the purposes of this Part, be deemed to be an 
avoidance charge incurred by the Commission.
(4)  The Commission may determine what constitutes normal oil 
industry practice for the purposes of this Regulation and in doing so 
shall have regard to the system of forecasting and reporting 
administered by the oil industry.
Notice to furnish information
17(1)  Subject to this section, the Commission may give a notice to a 
person who is or was the operator of an oilfield facility or feeder 
pipeline for a delivery month to furnish to the Commission, by the 
deadline specified in the notice,
	(a)	a copy of a transfer forecast or a Form A forecast prepared by 
or on behalf of that operator in respect of that delivery 
month, or
	(b)	information relating to the preparation of the transfer forecast 
or the Form A forecast.
(2)  The Commission may give a notice under this section only for the 
purpose of obtaining information for the purpose of determining
	(a)	the liability of an oilfield facility operator for a flow-through 
penalty in respect of the delivery month concerned, and
	(b)	the amount of the penalty.
(3)  A person who is required to comply with a notice given under this 
section is liable to pay to the Commission
	(a)	a penalty of $100, if the copy of the forecast or the 
information referred to in the notice is not furnished to the 
Commission by the deadline specified in the notice, and
	(b)	if the failure to comply with the notice continues for one or 
more months following the deadline specified in the notice, a 
further penalty of $100 for each time any of those months 
expires without the notice having been complied with.
(4)  If a notice given under this section is only partially complied with 
by reason of the omission of any copy of a forecast or of any 
information required to be furnished then, for the purposes of 
subsection (3), the notice shall be deemed not to have been complied 
with until the omitted copy or information is furnished to the 
Commission.
Flow-through penalties
18(1)  The Commission may, subject to this Part, impose a penalty on 
one or more oilfield facility operators in respect of a delivery month in 
any or all of the following circumstances:
	(a)	if the Commission, in its capacity as a shipper of crude oil, is 
liable to the operator of a crude oil pipeline for a 
non-performance penalty in respect of that delivery month; 
	(b)	if a non-performance penalty is deemed to be imposed on the 
Commission in respect of a delivery month by reason of 
section 16(2);
	(c)	if the Commission, in its capacity as a shipper, incurs an 
avoidance charge in respect of that delivery month;
	(d)	if the Commission is deemed to have incurred an avoidance 
charge in respect of that delivery month by reason of section 
16(3).
(2)  The Commission may impose flow-through penalties in respect of 
a delivery month only if it determines 
	(a)	that the non-performance penalty imposed or deemed to be 
imposed on the Commission in respect of that month, or the 
avoidance charge incurred or deemed to be incurred by the 
Commission in respect of that month, was attributable to the 
fact that the notice of shipment for the month given by the 
Commission or its agent to the operator of the pipeline 
showed volumes of crude oil to be tendered for delivery that 
were greater than the actual volumes delivered, as shown in 
the Commission's or the agent's final shipper's balance for 
the month,
	(b)	that the crude oil volumes shown in the Commission's or the 
agent's notice of shipment as the volumes to be tendered for 
delivery in the month were based on crude oil volumes in 
Form C forecasts provided to the Commission or its agent by 
one or more operators of feeder pipelines that transported the 
crude oil, and that the volumes of crude oil actually delivered 
in the month were less than the volumes shown in the Form 
C forecasts, and
	(c)	that the reason for the overforecasting of crude oil deliveries 
in the Form C forecasts was attributable to inaccurate 
forecasting of deliveries in one or more of the Form A 
forecasts on which the Form C forecasts were wholly or 
partly based or in one or more transfer forecasts on which 
one or more Form A forecasts were wholly or partly based.
(3)  The Commission may determine which oilfield facility operators 
are liable for flow-through penalties on the basis of
	(a)	the Form A forecasts and transfer forecasts provided by those 
battery operators who delivered, or were required to but did 
not deliver, royalty oil to the Commission in the delivery 
month concerned, 
	(b)	one or more transfer forecasts that led to an inaccurate Form 
C forecast on which the Commission or its agent relied in 
preparing the Commission's or the agent's notice of shipment 
for a delivery month, where each of those transfer forecasts 
either
	(i)	contained an excessive forecast of the volume of royalty 
oil to be delivered by the oilfield facility operator who 
prepared the transfer forecast, or
	(ii)	changed the forecast of deliveries of royalty oil in 
another transfer forecast that preceded it in the series of 
transfer forecasts for that delivery month and that 
caused the other transfer forecast to become excessive 
or more excessive in relation to royalty oil deliveries,
		and
	(c)	any other information obtained by the Commission pursuant 
to section 17 or otherwise in the possession of the 
Commission and containing evidence of excessive 
forecasting of royalty oil deliveries.
(4)  The Commission may determine the amounts of the respective 
flow-through penalties imposed on oilfield facility operators 
determined to be liable for those penalties under subsection (3), subject 
to the following: 
	(a)	a penalty imposed on an operator in respect of a delivery 
month is subject to a minimum of $250;
	(b)	the aggregate amount of the flow-through penalties imposed 
on all oilfield facility operators in Alberta for a delivery 
month must not exceed the aggregate of 
	(i)	the non-performance penalties imposed or deemed to be 
imposed on the Commission in respect of that delivery 
month, 
	(ii)	the avoidance charge incurred or deemed to have been 
incurred by the Commission in respect of that delivery 
month, and
	(iii)	an amount determined by the Commission as its 
administration costs incurred in connection with the 
imposition of the flow-through penalties for that 
delivery month,
		unless that aggregate amount is exceeded by reason of the 
imposition of minimum penalties under clause (a).
Waiver of penalty
19   The Commission may, on application by the oilfield facility 
operator concerned, waive all or part of a penalty imposed on that 
operator under this Part if the Commission considers the waiver 
warranted in the circumstances.
Invoicing for penalties
20   Where a penalty is imposed on an oilfield facility operator 
pursuant to this Part, the Commission must
	(a)	send to the oilfield facility operator an invoice for the penalty 
and inform the operator of the reason for its imposition and 
the deadline by which payment of the penalty must be 
received by the Commission, or
	(b)	in the case of a penalty imposed on a battery operator, 
include the penalty in a monthly statement sent to the battery 
operator and showing the reason for the penalty.
Appeals respecting penalties
21(1)  Subject to this section, a person on whom a penalty is imposed 
under this Part may file with the Commission a notice of an appeal to 
the Minister in respect of 
	(a)	that person's liability for the penalty,
	(b)	the amount of the penalty, or
	(c)	the Commission's refusal to waive the penalty pursuant to 
section 19.
(2)  A notice of appeal must be filed with the Commission within 
	(a)	2 months after the date of the invoice for the penalty or the 
monthly statement that includes the penalty, as the case may 
be, or
	(b)	one month after the date of the Commission's notice to the 
battery operator of its refusal to waive the penalty, in the case 
of an appeal under subsection (1)(c).
(3)  On receiving a notice of appeal, the Minister shall conduct a 
review of the penalty and the representations in or accompanying the 
notice.
(4)  On concluding the review, the Minister must either
	(a)	confirm the penalty,
	(b)	revoke the penalty on the ground that the appellant was not 
liable for it,
	(c)	reduce the amount of the penalty, or
	(d)	grant any penalty waiver pursuant to section 19 that the 
Commission could have granted, in the case of an appeal 
under subsection (1)(c),
and must inform the appellant of the Minister's decision.
(5)  The Commission may establish general directions respecting the 
filing of and content of notices of appeal under this section and the 
procedures for the conduct of those appeals.
Part 4 
General
Truck transportation allowances
22(1)  Subject to this section, the Crown is liable to a battery operator 
for an allowance based on an average of the costs incurred in the 
transportation of royalty oil by truck during a delivery month from that 
operator's battery to an unloading facility connected to a pipeline.
(2)  The Crown is liable for an allowance under this section only to the 
extent that the Minister consents to be liable for the allowance.
(3)  The payment of an allowance under this section is subject to any 
conditions the Minister prescribes, in addition to the following 
conditions:
	(a)	the royalty oil must have been transported in an uninterrupted 
manner;
	(b)	the royalty oil must have been delivered to the unloading 
facility to which it was required to be delivered during the 
delivery month concerned pursuant to section 11(1)(b) or (2), 
whichever applied;
	(c)	the royalty oil must have been delivered to the unloading 
facility for the Crown's account;
	(d)	the royalty oil, while being transported, met the quality 
specifications for the pipeline to which the royalty oil was 
delivered from the unloading facility.
(4)  If a condition referred to in subsection (3) was breached in respect 
of an allowance paid under this section, the Minister may recover the 
allowance by action or by way of set-off under section 23.
(5)  An allowance for which the Crown is liable under this section shall 
be paid to the operator of the battery for the delivery month in which 
the royalty oil was transported by truck.
(6)  The Minister may not consent to the payment of an allowance 
under this section unless a claim is made by the operator of the battery 
for the delivery month concerned by the end of the 2nd year following 
the year in which the delivery month occurred.
Commission's right of set-off
23(1)  The Commission has the right to set off
	(a)	any amount owing to the Commission by any person under 
this Regulation
against
	(b)	any amount owing to that person by the Commission under 
this Regulation.
(2)  A set-off referred to in subsection (1) may be reflected in an 
invoice referred to in section 20(a) or in a monthly statement.
Monthly statements
24(1)  The Commission shall in each delivery month prepare and send 
to each battery operator a statement showing, as circumstances require, 
the following:
	(a)	a reconciliation of
	(i)	the operator's reported royalty oil deliveries for the 
preceding delivery month, and
	(ii)	the operator's actual deliveries for the preceding 
delivery month;
	(b)	a reconciliation of
	(i)	the operator's actual deliveries for the preceding 
delivery month, and
	(ii)	the prescribed royalty quantities in respect of the 
operator's batteries for the preceding delivery month;
	(c)	all money amounts calculated by the Commission as owing 
by the operator to the Commission under this Regulation as 
of the date of the statement;
	(d)	all money amounts calculated by the Commission as owing 
by the Commission to the operator under this Regulation as 
of the date of the statement;
	(e)	adjustments of quantities of crude oil or money amounts 
shown in previous statements prepared under this section.
(2)  If a monthly statement shows a net money amount owing by the 
Commission to the operator, the Commission shall pay that amount to 
the operator.
(3)  If a monthly statement shows a net money amount owing by the 
operator to the Commission (in this section called the "net invoice 
amount"), the monthly statement shall be accompanied by an invoice 
for that net invoice amount showing the due date for payment to the 
Commission of the net invoice amount and containing a statement 
regarding the operator's liability for interest under subsection (4).
(4)  If an invoice is sent to an operator under subsection (3) and the net 
invoice amount in the invoice is not paid in full to the Commission on 
or before the due date for payment specified in the invoice, interest is 
owing to the Commission on the balance of the net invoice amount 
remaining unpaid from time to time after the due date until the date on 
which the entire balance of the unpaid net invoice amount is received 
by the Commission together with any interest on that unpaid balance to 
that date.
(5)  If interest is payable under subsection (4) in respect of any day, the 
rate of interest in respect of that day is the yearly rate that is 1% greater 
than the ATB prime rate in effect on the first day of the month in 
which the day occurs and interest shall, unless the Minister directs 
otherwise, be compounded monthly in respect of the period for which 
it is computed.
(6)  In subsection (5), "ATB prime rate" means the yearly rate of 
interest established by Alberta Treasury Branches as its prime lending 
rate on loans payable in Canadian dollars.
Lessee's liability unaffected
25   Nothing in this Regulation operates to relieve a lessee from the 
lessee's liability to the Crown under an agreement for the payment of 
royalty.
Commission directions
26   For the purpose of enabling it to carry out its responsibilities 
under Part 2 of the Petroleum Marketing Act, the Commission may 
give such directions as it considers necessary to any lessees, battery 
operators, pipeline operators, agents or any other persons, and the 
persons to whom the directions are given shall comply with them.
Expiry
27   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for 
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be 
repassed in its present or an amended form following a review, this 
Regulation expires on September 30, 2016.


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Alberta Regulation 175/2006
Government Organization Act
MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS GRANTS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: July 13, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 315/2006) 
on July 12, 2006 pursuant to section 13 of the Government Organization Act. 
1   The Municipal Affairs Grants Regulation (AR 123/2000) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1(3) of Schedule 2 is amended by striking out 
"and 2005" and substituting ", 2005 and 2006".



Alberta Regulation 176/2006
Municipal Government Act
CANMORE UNDERMINING REVIEW AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: July 13, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 317/2006) 
on July 12, 2006 pursuant to section 694 of the Municipal Government Act. 
1   The Canmore Undermining Review Regulation 
(AR 114/97) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Schedule 3 is amended
	(a)	in Form 1
	(i)	by adding the following after the first sentence:
		The review was made in accordance with accepted 
professional practice and accordingly includes the 
investigations considered necessary in the 
circumstances.
	(ii)	by striking out the second paragraph and 
substituting the following:
		In my opinion, the land described in the above 
report is considered suitable for the intended 
development with respect to the undermining and 
related conditions.
	(b)	in Form 2 in the second paragraph by striking out 
", and the land considered in this report is suitable for the 
intended development,                              ".


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Alberta Regulation 177/2006
Safety Codes Act
MOTOR VEHICLE PROPANE CONVERSIONS 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: July 13, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 318/2006) 
on July 12, 2006 pursuant to section 65 of the Safety Codes Act. 
1   The Motor Vehicle Propane Conversions Regulation 
(AR 210/2001) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 12 is amended by striking out "2006" and 
substituting "2015".


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Alberta Regulation 178/2006
Justice of the Peace Act
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: July 13, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 319/2006) 
on July 12, 2006 pursuant to section 15 of the Justice of the Peace Act. 
1   The Justice of the Peace Regulation (AR 6/99) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1 is amended by adding the following after 
clause (a):
	(a.1)	"presiding justice" means a justice of the peace designated as 
a presiding justice of the peace under section 4(2) of the Act;

3   Sections 6 and 7 are repealed and the following is 
substituted:
Remuneration - full-time sitting or presiding justices
6(1)  The annual salary for a full-time sitting justice and a full-time 
presiding justice is as follows:
	(a)	effective April 1, 1998, $75 000;
	(b)	effective April 1, 1999, $80 000;
	(c)	effective April 1, 2001, $85 000.
(2)  In addition to the salary provided under subsection (1), a 
full-time sitting justice and a full-time presiding justice are 
entitled
	(a)	in lieu of pension benefits, to an additional amount 
equal to 10% of their salary, and
	(b)	to the benefits set out in Schedule 1.

4   Section 8 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Remuneration - part-time sitting or presiding justices
8(1)  The remuneration for a part-time sitting justice or a part-time 
presiding justice is as follows:
	(a)	effective April 1, 1998, $460 for each day or part of a 
day;
	(b)	effective April 1, 1999, $490 for each day or part of a 
day;
	(c)	effective April 1, 2001, $515 for each day or part of a 
day.
(2)  A part-time sitting justice or a part-time presiding justice is 
not entitled to any other payment or benefits except as provided 
in subsection (1).

5   Section 10 is repealed.

6   Schedule 1 is amended
	(a)	in the heading to Schedule 1 by striking out 
"Sitting";
	(b)	by repealing section 1 and substituting the 
following:
1   In this Schedule, "full-time justices" means a full-time 
sitting justice of the peace and a full-time presiding justice of 
the peace.
	(c)	in section 2 by striking out "Sitting justices of the 
peace" and substituting "Full-time justices";
	(d)	in section 3 by striking out "sitting justice's" and 
substituting "full-time justice's";
	(e)	in section 4
	(i)	by repealing subsection (1) and substituting 
the following:
4(1)  Full-time justices are entitled to vacation of 20 
working days per year.
	(ii)	in subsection (3) by striking out "sitting" 
wherever it occurs and substituting "full-time" 
and by striking out "1 1/4" and substituting 
"1.67";
	(iii)	in subsection (4) by striking out "sitting" 
wherever it occurs and substituting "full-time";
	(f)	in section 5 by striking out "sitting" wherever it 
occurs and substituting "full-time";
	(g)	in section 6 by striking out "sitting" and substituting 
"full-time".


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Alberta Regulation 179/2006
Financial Administration Act
INDEMNITY AUTHORIZATION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: July 13, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 305/2006) 
on July 12, 2006 pursuant to section 71 of the Financial Administration Act. 
1   The Indemnity Authorization Regulation (AR 22/97) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 5.05 is amended
	(a)	by repealing subsection (1) and substituting the 
following:
Canadian Blood Services Captive Insurance Company Limited 
indemnity
5.05(1)  In this section,
	(a)	"CBS" means Canadian Blood Services;
	(b)	"CBSCI" means Canadian Blood Services Captive 
Insurance Company Limited, a wholly owned 
subsidiary of CBS, or its successor.
	(b)	in subsection (2) by striking out "CBSE" wherever it 
occurs and substituting "CBSCI".



Alberta Regulation 180/2006
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
ALBERTA MILK PLAN MINIMUM PRICE FOR 
SUB-CLASS 1A MILK ORDER
Filed: July 14, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board on July 10, 
2006 pursuant to section 5(4) of the Alberta Milk Plan Regulation (AR 150/2002).
Minimum price for sub-class 1a milk
1   The minimum price for sub-class 1a milk to be paid by processors 
for a hectolitre of sub-class 1a milk is $71.07.
Repeal
2   The Alberta Milk Plan Minimum Price for Sub-class 1a Milk Order 
(AR 30/2006) is repealed.
Coming into force
3   This Order comes into force on August 16, 2006.


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Alberta Regulation 181/2006
Persons with Developmental Disabilities 
Community Governance Act
PERSONS WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES COMMUNITY 
GOVERNANCE (MINISTERIAL) REGULATION
Filed: July 14, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Seniors and Community Supports 
(M.O. 023/2006) on July 11, 2006 pursuant to section 23(2)(h) of the Persons with 
Developmental Disabilities Community Governance Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Interpretation
	2	Exemption from appeal
	3	Notice of appeal
	4	Dispute resolution
	5	Appeals
	6	Appeal decision
	7	Repeal
	8	Expiry 
 
Schedule
Interpretation
1(1)  In this Regulation, "proper notice of appeal" means a notice of 
appeal that has been determined by the Minister under section 4(1) to 
have been properly completed and that the decision sought to be 
appealed can be appealed.
(2)  In this Regulation, a reference in a provision to the Minister 
includes a person designated by the Minister to act in the Minister's 
place.
Exemption from appeal
2   A decision to
	(a)	refuse to enter into a contract with a service provider,
	(b)	terminate a contract with a service provider, or
	(c)	amend a contract with a service provider
is exempt from appeal.
Notice of appeal
3(1)  The form of a notice of appeal is set out in the Schedule.
(2)  A notice of appeal shall be addressed to the Minister.
(3)  The form of notice of appeal set out in the Governance 
(Ministerial) Regulation (AR 212/2004) may be used until August 31, 
2006.
Dispute resolution
4(1)  On receipt of a notice of appeal, the Minister shall review it to 
determine if the notice of appeal has been properly completed and if 
the decision sought to be appealed can be appealed.
(2)  After the Minister determines that the notice of appeal is a proper 
notice of appeal, the Minister may, with the agreement of the 
appellant, attempt to resolve the matter including through a dispute 
resolution process of the Community Board and, if the matter is not 
resolved, refer the matter to a person designated to mediate and 
attempt to resolve the matter.
Appeals
5(1)  The Minister must establish a pool of persons from whom 
persons may be designated to hear appeals.
(2)  If the matter is not resolved under section 4(2) or if the appellant 
has not agreed to have the matter dealt with in accordance with section 
4(2), the Minister must, within 45 days after a proper notice of appeal 
has been received,
	(a)	set a date for hearing the appeal, and
	(b)	designate up to 3 persons from the pool referred to in 
subsection (1) to form an appeal panel to hear the appeal.
(3)  The person who reviewed the notice of appeal under section 4(1) 
and the person designated under section 4(2) are not eligible to be 
designated under subsection (2)(b) of this section to hear the appeal.
(4)  If the appellant has agreed to have the matter dealt with in 
accordance with section 4(2), on the agreement of the appellant and the 
Community Board, the time period referred to in subsection (2) of this 
section may be extended for the time period agreed to.
(5)  A hearing before an appeal panel may be held in private unless the 
appeal panel determines otherwise, taking into account the wishes of 
the applicant and the guardian or agent, if applicable.
Appeal decision
6(1)  Notice of the decision of the appeal panel, including reasons for 
the decision, shall be in writing and provided as soon as possible to the 
person who signed the notice of appeal and to the Community Board.
(2)  A summary of the decision of the appeal panel may be published 
in a manner determined by the Minister, but in no case may the 
summary disclose the name of any appellant, including a guardian or 
agent, or other individual affected by the decision.
Repeal
7   The Governance (Ministerial) Regulation (AR 212/2004) is 
repealed on August 31, 2006.
Expiry
8   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for 
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be 
repassed in its present or an amended form following a review, this 
Regulation expires on September 30, 2011.
Schedule 
 
Notice of Appeal 
(section 15 of the Act)
1	My name is                               (name)	
	My address is                          (address)	
	My telephone number is            (telephone number)	
2	I am (check one):	     	a person who has been affected by a 
decision of a Community Board.
			     	the guardian under the Dependent 
Adults Act of   (name of dependent 
adult)  , who is a person who has 
been affected by a decision of a 
Community Board.
			     	the agent under the Personal 
Directives Act of   (name of maker 
of personal directive)  , who is a 
person who has been affected by a 
decision of a Community Board.
3	I am appealing a decision of               (name of Board)	
	The decision I am appealing is 	
	(Set out date of decision and a summary of the decision being 
	appealed)
	I received the decision and the right to appeal on 
        (year/month/day)	

	My reasons for appealing the decision are:  	
		
4	I understand that before proceeding with a formal hearing of my 
appeal this matter can be referred to a dispute resolution process to 
attempt to resolve the matter.
	     	I agree to having my appeal referred to a dispute resolution 
process
	     	I do not agree to having my appeal referred to a dispute 
resolution process
     (year/month/day)     
(signature of person affected by the decision or guardian or agent, 
whichever is applicable)     
THE ALBERTA GAZETTE, PART II, JULY 31, 2006