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Alberta Regulation 237/2006
Water Act
WATER (MINISTERIAL) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 5, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Environment (M.O. 20/2006) on 
October 2, 2006 pursuant to section 169(2) of the Water Act. 
1   The Water (Ministerial) Regulation (AR 205/98) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 2 of Schedule 1 is amended
	(a)	by repealing clause (d) and substituting the 
following:
	(d)	landscaping except where
	(i)	it is in or adjacent to a watercourse frequented by 
fish or in a lake or a wetland, or
	(ii)	it changes the flow or volume of water on an 
adjacent parcel of land or adversely affects an 
aquatic environment;
	(b)	by repealing clause (j) and substituting the 
following:
	(j)	drilling or reclaiming an exploratory test hole, shot-hole 
or borehole except where the drilling or reclaiming
	(i)	is related to groundwater exploration or for the 
purpose of a water well, or
	(ii)	is in a watercourse frequented by fish, a wet 
lakebed or a wetland;
	(c)	by repealing clause (l) and substituting the 
following:
	(l)	placing, constructing, maintaining or filling in a dugout 
except where the dugout
	(i)	is located in a watercourse frequented by fish or in 
a lake or a wetland,
	(ii)	is in an area where licences are subject to a crown 
reservation under section 35 of the Act or 
applications are not accepted under section 53 of 
the Act,
	(iii)	would change the flow of water on an adjacent 
parcel of land,
	(iv)	has a capacity greater than 2500 cubic metres in 
volume,
	(v)	is located in the same watercourse and parcel of 
land as an existing dugout, or
	(vi)	is restricted by an approved water management 
plan;

3   Section 1(c) of Schedule 3 is repealed and the following 
is substituted:
	(c)	a diversion of water from a dugout except where
	(i)	the dugout is located in a watercourse frequented by fish 
or in a lake or a wetland,
	(ii)	the dugout is in an area where licences are subject to a 
crown reservation under section 35 of the Act or 
applications are not accepted under section 53 of the 
Act,
	(iii)	water is pumped into the dugout,
	(iv)	the dugout has a capacity greater than 12 500 cubic 
metres in volume,
	(v)	the total diversion of water from the dugout is greater 
than 6250 cubic metres per year, or
	(vi)	the diversion of water is restricted by an approved water 
management plan;



Alberta Regulation 238/2006
Government Organization Act
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT GRANTS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 11, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 473/2006) 
on October 11, 2006 pursuant to section 13 of the Government Organization Act. 
1   The Community Development Grants Regulation 
(AR 57/98) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Schedule 2, section 4(1) and (2) are amended by striking 
out "2004 Official Population List" and substituting "2005 Official 
Population List".


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Alberta Regulation 239/2006
Medical Profession Act
MEDICAL PROFESSION AMENDMENT BY-LAWS
Filed: October 11, 2006
For information only:   Approved by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 
477/2006) on October 11, 2006 pursuant to section 31 of the Medical Profession Act 
and made by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta on September 15, 
2006 pursuant to the Medical Profession Act.
1   The Medical Profession By-laws (AR 129/91) are 
amended by this Regulation.

2   The Schedule is amended by adding the following after 
section 2F:
G. Emergency Contact Information - Alberta location
1.	24-hour emergency contact telephone number(s): 
(    )                                  
(    )                                 
(best contact number(s) where you can be reached in the event of 
a public health crisis or other disaster)
2.	Dissemination of information:
(preferred method to receive information related to a public 
health crisis or other disaster)
_  Fax:   (      )                                
_  E-mail address:                                      


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Alberta Regulation 240/2006
Pharmacy and Drug Act
PHARMACY AND DRUG REGULATION
Filed: October 11, 2006
For information only:   Approved by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 
478/2006) on October 11, 2006 pursuant to section 28 of the Pharmacy and Drug Act 
and made by the Council of the Alberta College of Pharmacists on September 6, 2006 
pursuant to the Pharmacy and Drug Act.
Table of Contents
Interpretation
	1	Definitions
	2	Exemption: compounding, repackaging
Licences
	3	Application for licence
	4	Application for renewal of licence
	5	Conditions that registrar may impose on licence
	6	Additional information to be entered in register
Specialized Pharmacy Service
	7	Specialized pharmacy service
Operation of Licensed Pharmacies
	8	Location of licensed pharmacy
	9	Name of licensed pharmacy
	10	Physical facilities
	11	Hours of operation
	12	Records
	13	Pharmacy area
	14	Dispensary
	15	Patient services area
	16	Distinguishing areas of pharmacy
	17	Temporary absence of pharmacist from pharmacy
	18	Lock and leave
	19	Contracts, compounding and repackaging pharmacies
Duties of Licensees and Proprietors
	20	Reporting changes to registrar
	21	Products storage, dispensary and patient services area
	22	Information to be posted in pharmacy
	23	Information to be displayed on website
	24	Restrictions on advertising
	25	Ongoing obligation of licensee
Field Officers
	26	Identification of field officers
Termination of Licence, Closure of Pharmacy  
and Disciplinary Matters
	27	Closure of pharmacy
	28	Conditions that hearing tribunal may impose
	29	Costs of investigation, hearing and appeal
	30	Publication of information in orders
	31	Access to information in orders restricted after 10 years
Approval of Bylaws
	32	Approval of bylaws
Matters under s2 of Act
	33	Providing information under s2 of Act
	34	Records required under s2 of Act
Expiry and Coming into Force
	35	Expiry
	36	Coming into force
Interpretation
Definitions
1(1)  In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Act" means the Pharmacy and Drug Act;
	(b)	"clinical pharmacist" means clinical pharmacist as defined in 
the Pharmacists Profession Regulation (AR 129/2006);
	(c)	"code of ethics" means the code of ethics adopted under 
section 29.1 of the Act, unless the context indicates 
otherwise;
	(d)	"courtesy pharmacist" means courtesy pharmacist as defined 
in the Pharmacists Profession Regulation (AR 129/2006);
	(e)	"dispensary" means the area of a licensed pharmacy that is 
not accessible to the public and in which pharmacists
	(i)	dispense, provide for sale and sell drugs referred to in 
sections 31 and 32 of the Act, and
	(ii)	compound drugs referred to in sections 31, 32 and 33 of 
the Act;
	(f)	"health care products, aids and devices" means
	(i)	devices as defined in the Food and Drugs Act (Canada),
	(ii)	natural health products as defined in the Natural Health 
Products Regulations (Canada) SOR/2003-196, and
	(iii)	products, aids and devices that promote health and treat 
diseases, dysfunctions and disorders and that are 
designated as being health care products, aids and 
devices in the standards for the operation of licensed 
pharmacies;
	(g)	"lock and leave pharmacy" means a pharmacy described in 
section 18(1);
	(h)	"patient services area" means the area of a licensed pharmacy 
located outside and adjacent to the dispensary where
	(i)	patients receive pharmacy services from pharmacists, 
and
	(ii)	drugs referred to in section 33 of the Act may be 
provided for sale;
	(i)	"proprietor's representative" means the individual designated 
by a corporate proprietor to represent the proprietor;
	(j)	"standards for the operation of licensed pharmacies" means 
the standards for the operation of licensed pharmacies 
adopted under section 29.1 of the Act.
(2)  For the purposes of the Act and this Regulation,
	(a)	"prescription department" means the dispensary and the 
patient services area;
	(b)	"public area" means the area of a licensed pharmacy located 
outside the prescription department;
	(c)	"specialized pharmacy service" means a pharmacy service 
that in order for it to be provided safely requires any one or 
more of the following:
	(i)	special equipment;
	(ii)	compliance with specialized standards;
	(iii)	that it be provided by a clinical pharmacist who is 
authorized to use the title specialist pursuant to the 
Pharmacists Profession Regulation (AR 129/2006).
Exemption: compounding, repackaging
2   Sections 11, 13 to 16, 18, 21, 22 and 23 do not apply to a 
compounding and repackaging pharmacy.
Licences
Application for licence
3(1)  An application for any category of licence referred to in section 5 
of the Act must include the following:
	(a)	the name of the clinical pharmacist applying for the licence;
	(b)	the category of licence applied for;
	(c)	the telephone number and business address of the applicant;
	(d)	the fax number, if any, and e-mail address of the applicant;
	(e)	in respect of the pharmacy that the applicant will operate as 
licensee,
	(i)	the mailing address of the pharmacy and, if that address 
differs from the physical location of the pharmacy, the 
physical location of the pharmacy,
	(ii)	the telephone number, fax number and e-mail address of 
the pharmacy,
	(iii)	if the pharmacy has a website, the website address,
	(iv)	the name under which the pharmacy will operate,
	(v)	copies of a scale drawing showing the physical 
facilities, space and layout of the pharmacy,
	(vi)	whether the pharmacy will operate as a lock and leave 
pharmacy, and
	(vii)	the hours of operation of the pharmacy;
	(f)	if required by the registrar, a copy of the pharmacy's 
operating procedures and quality assurance procedures that 
demonstrate to the satisfaction of the registrar that the 
pharmacy will be operated in accordance with the Act, any 
order made under the Act, the code of ethics and the 
standards for the operation of licensed pharmacies;
	(g)	an undertaking by the applicant
	(i)	to personally manage, control and supervise the practice 
of pharmacy in the pharmacy, and
	(ii)	to comply with the Act, any condition imposed on the 
licence, any order made under the Act, the code of 
ethics and the standards for the operation of licensed 
pharmacies;
	(h)	the names of the regulated members who will engage in the 
practice of pharmacy in the pharmacy;
	(i)	the names of the pharmacy technicians, as defined in the 
Pharmacists Profession Regulation (AR 129/2006), who will 
be employed in the pharmacy;
	(j)	the name, telephone number, fax number, e-mail address and 
business address of the proprietor;
	(k)	an undertaking by the proprietor to act in accordance with the 
Act, any order made under the Act, the code of ethics and the 
standards for the operation of licensed pharmacies;
	(l)	if the proprietor is a corporation, the name of the proprietor's 
representative and the names of the major shareholders;
	(m)	any other information required by the registrar.
(2)  An application for a mail order pharmacy licence must include, in 
addition to all of the information required under subsection (1), 
evidence sufficient to satisfy the registrar that the requirements of 
section 5(3.2) of the Act will be met.
(3)  An application for a satellite pharmacy licence must include, in 
addition to all of the information required under subsection (1), 
evidence sufficient to satisfy the registrar that the requirements of 
section 5(3.3) of the Act will be met.
(4)  An application for a compounding and repackaging pharmacy 
licence must include, in addition to all of the information required 
under subsection (1), evidence sufficient to satisfy the registrar that the 
proposed compounding and repackaging pharmacy will have 
appropriate
	(a)	qualified staff,
	(b)	infrastructure, space, facilities and equipment, and
	(c)	systems and procedures
to undertake the proposed activities of compounding and repackaging 
safely and effectively and any other undertaking by the applicant.
(5)  A completed application must be submitted to the registrar at least 
14 days before the date the applicant requires the licence.
Application for renewal of licence
4(1)  A licensee may apply to the registrar on the form set by the 
council for the renewal of a licence.
(2)  The registrar may require the applicant for the renewal of a licence 
to provide any or all of the information set out in section 3.
(3)  A completed application must be submitted to the registrar at least 
14 days before the date the licence to be renewed expires.
Conditions that registrar may impose on licence
5   At the time a licence is issued or renewed, the registrar may impose 
conditions on the licence for the purpose of protecting the safety of the 
public and supporting and enhancing the competent practice of 
pharmacy, including conditions relating to
	(a)	the hours of operation of a pharmacy,
	(b)	the drugs, health care products, aids and devices that
	(i)	must be available for dispensing, provided for sale or 
sold in a pharmacy, or
	(ii)	must not be available for dispensing, provided for sale 
or sold in a pharmacy,
	(c)	security systems that must be installed and security measures 
that must be taken by a pharmacy,
	(d)	records, reports and information that must be submitted to the 
registrar,
	(e)	the infrastructure, pharmaceutical equipment and library in a 
pharmacy,
	(f)	the development and implementation of the operating 
procedures of a pharmacy,
	(g)	the range of services that a pharmacy may offer, and
	(h)	time limits for fulfilment of any condition.
Additional information to be entered in register
6(1)  The registrar must enter in the register referred to in sections 5(5) 
and 6(1) of the Act the information required to be entered pursuant to 
the Act and the following information:
	(a)	the telephone number, fax number and e-mail address of the 
pharmacy;
	(b)	if the pharmacy has a website, the website address of the 
pharmacy;
	(c)	the name under which the pharmacy operates;
	(d)	whether the pharmacy operates as a lock and leave pharmacy.
(2)  The registrar may
	(a)	update information in the register and remove outdated or 
incorrect information from the register,
	(b)	add or delete information from the register to comply with 
the Act and this Regulation, and
	(c)	undertake any steps necessary for the proper maintenance of 
the register.
Specialized Pharmacy Service
Specialized pharmacy service
7(1)  Neither a licensee nor proprietor shall hold out that a pharmacy 
offers specialized pharmacy services unless the pharmacy is designated 
under subsection (3).
(2)  A licensee may apply to the registrar to designate a pharmacy as a 
pharmacy that offers specialized pharmacy services.
(3)  If the registrar is satisfied that a pharmacy meets the criteria 
established and published by the council, the registrar may designate 
the pharmacy as a pharmacy that offers specialized pharmacy services.
(4)  Only a licensee or a proprietor of a pharmacy that has been 
designated, under subsection (3), as a pharmacy that offers specialized 
pharmacy services may hold out that the pharmacy is a pharmacy that 
offers specialized pharmacy services.
Operation of Licensed Pharmacies
Location of licensed pharmacy
8   A licensed pharmacy must operate only at the location specified in 
the licence.
Name of licensed pharmacy
9(1)  A licensed pharmacy must operate under only one name, which 
must be
	(a)	the name provided to the registrar under section 3(1)(e)(iv), 
or
	(b)	another name approved by the registrar.
(2)  The name of a licensed pharmacy must not be used by the licensee 
or proprietor in relation to any other business in a manner that is likely 
to mislead or confuse the public into believing that the other business 
is or contains a licensed pharmacy.
Physical facilities
10(1)  The physical facilities, space and layout of a licensed pharmacy 
must remain as depicted in the copies of the scale drawing provided to 
the registrar under section 3(1)(e)(v) unless the registrar first approves 
a change in writing.
(2)  A licensee may apply in writing to the registrar for approval for a 
change to the physical facilities, space or layout of a licensed 
pharmacy.
(3)  An application under subsection (2) must be made at least 14 days 
before the intended change.
(4)  The registrar must, within a reasonable time after receiving an 
application under subsection (2),
	(a)	approve the change,
	(b)	dismiss the application, or
	(c)	if more information is required to make a decision on the 
application, request that information from the applicant.
Hours of operation
11(1)  A licensed pharmacy must remain open to the public during the 
hours of operation submitted to the registrar under section 3(1)(e)(vii).
(2)  A licensee must
	(a)	inform the registrar of any change in the hours referred to in 
subsection (1) not less than 14 days before the change occurs, 
and
	(b)	post the hours of operation at all public entrances to the 
pharmacy.
Records
12(1)  A licensee must maintain records with respect to the 
performance of restricted activities in the licensed pharmacy.
(2)  If a licensee holds more than one licence, the licensee must ensure 
that the records under subsection (1) identify the licence under which 
the restricted activity was performed.
Pharmacy area
13(1)  A licensed pharmacy must have
	(a)	a prescription department that is at least 33 m2 in area, and
	(b)	a dispensary that is at least 18 m2 in area.
(2)  Despite subsection (1), the registrar may authorize a prescription 
department or dispensary that does not meet the requirements set out in 
subsection (1) if, in the opinion of the registrar,
	(a)	it is not reasonably practicable to meet those requirements,
	(b)	not meeting those requirements does not compromise the 
safety of the public,
	(c)	not meeting those requirements does not affect the ability of 
the pharmacist to provide pharmacy services effectively, and
	(d)	authorizing such a pharmacy or dispensary is in the best 
interest of the public.
(3)  The registrar may impose conditions on an authorization granted 
under subsection (2).
Dispensary
14(1)  A licensed pharmacy must contain a dispensary that is separated 
from the public area of the pharmacy by a physical barrier that 
excludes access by an unauthorized individual.
(2)  A dispensary must have
	(a)	sufficient space and equipment to allow the practice of 
pharmacy to be conducted effectively and safely,
	(b)	hot and cold running water and a sink,
	(c)	separate areas for
	(i)	receiving prescriptions,
	(ii)	preparing drugs for dispensing, and
	(iii)	compounding drugs,
		and
	(d)	working aisles that are at least one metre wide.
(3)  The area required under subsection (2)(c)(ii) must include a 
counter with at least 1.5 m2 of unrestricted work area.
(4)  Despite subsection (2)(c) and (d), the registrar may authorize a 
dispensary that does not meet the requirements set out in subsection 
(2)(c) and (d) if, in the opinion of the registrar,
	(a)	it is not reasonably practicable to meet those requirements,
	(b)	not meeting those requirements does not compromise the 
safety of the public,
	(c)	not meeting those requirements does not affect the ability of 
the pharmacist to provide pharmacy services effectively, and
	(d)	authorizing such a dispensary is in the best interest of the 
public.
(5)  The registrar may impose conditions on an authorization granted 
under subsection (4).
Patient services area
15(1)  A licensed pharmacy must have a patient services area that 
	(a)	is designed and constructed in accordance with the standards 
for the operation of licensed pharmacies, and
	(b)	has a private or semi-private counselling area for the 
confidential counselling of patients.
(2)  Despite subsection (1), if a licensed pharmacy that is licensed on 
the coming into force of this Regulation does not meet the 
requirements of subsection (1), the licensee and proprietor have up to 3 
years from the date this Regulation comes into force to ensure that the 
licensed pharmacy meets the requirements of subsection (1).
Distinguishing areas of pharmacy
16(1)  A licensee must ensure that the prescription department is 
differentiated from other areas of the pharmacy by signs, markings or 
architectural features that comply with the standards for the operation 
of licensed pharmacies.
(2)  If the licensed pharmacy does not occupy all of the premises, the 
licensee must ensure that the licensed pharmacy is differentiated from 
other parts of the premises in which it is located.
Temporary absence of pharmacist from pharmacy
17   A licensed pharmacy may be without a clinical pharmacist or a 
courtesy pharmacist for a very short period of time during the hours of 
operation if
	(a)	the clinical pharmacist or courtesy pharmacist who is 
temporarily absent is accessible in person or by phone and 
can return to the pharmacy immediately, and
	(b)	the clinical pharmacist or courtesy pharmacist ensures that 
during the absence
	(i)	either
	(A)	no restricted activities are performed, or
	(B)	restricted activities are performed only by 
individuals authorized to perform them and that 
they are performed in accordance with the 
authorization,
	(ii)	the practice of pharmacy and safety of the public are not 
compromised, and
	(iii)	all drugs are secure from unauthorized access.
Lock and leave
18(1)  If a licensed pharmacy
	(a)	is located where the licensed pharmacy does not occupy all 
of the premises, and
	(b)	operates for fewer hours than the hours that the premises are 
open to the public,
the licensee must advise the registrar that the pharmacy is operating as 
a lock and leave pharmacy.
(2)  The licensee of a pharmacy operating as a lock and leave 
pharmacy must ensure that when the pharmacy is closed
	(a)	the dispensary and all drugs and blood products are locked up 
to prevent unauthorized access, and
	(b)	no drugs or blood products are dispensed, provided for sale 
or sold from the licensed pharmacy.
(3)  On the registrar's request, the licensee of a pharmacy operating as 
a lock and leave pharmacy must provide the registrar with information 
that demonstrates how the pharmacy meets the requirements of 
subsection (2).
(4)  The registrar may impose conditions in respect of the operation of 
a licensed pharmacy that is operating as a lock and leave pharmacy.
Contracts, compounding and repackaging pharmacies
19   A licensee of a compounding and repackaging pharmacy must
	(a)	ensure that the compounding and repackaging pharmacy only 
provides pharmacy services to other pharmacies under the 
terms of written contracts that
	(i)	include the terms required by the council, and
	(ii)	are in the form required by the registrar,
		and
	(b)	provide copies of those contracts to the registrar on request.
Duties of Licensees and Proprietors
Reporting changes to registrar
20(1)  A licensee must notify the registrar in writing at least 14 days in 
advance, where any of the following is expected to occur:
	(a)	the licensed pharmacy is to be relocated;
	(b)	the licensee intends to employ a pharmacist who is registered 
in the courtesy register category of the college's regulated 
members register to engage in the practice of pharmacy in the 
licensed pharmacy;
	(c)	the licensee intends to cease being a licensee;
	(d)	the proprietor's representative will change;
	(e)	the corporate proprietor of the licensed pharmacy or a major 
shareholder of the proprietor will change.
(2)  A licensee must notify the registrar in writing within 14 days after 
there is a change in any of the information, other than information 
referred to in subsection (1), provided to the registrar as part of an 
application for a licence or for the renewal of a licence.
(3)  If requested by the registrar, a licensee must notify the registrar in 
writing of any change in the directors or shareholders of a corporate 
proprietor.
Products storage, dispensary and patient services area
21   A licensee must ensure that
	(a)	only the following are stored in the dispensary:
	(i)	drugs;
	(ii)	blood products, parenteral nutrition products and health 
care products, aids and devices;
	(iii)	products that the licensee believes, on reasonable 
grounds, pose a risk to the public if stored elsewhere in 
the pharmacy;
	(iv)	other products approved by the council;
	(b)	only the following are stored in the patient services area:
	(i)	health care products, aids and devices;
	(ii)	Schedule 3 drugs;
	(iii)	other products approved by the council.
Information to be posted in pharmacy
22   A licensee must ensure that the following are posted in the 
prescription department in the view of patients:
	(a)	the licence issued to the licensee;
	(b)	information, in a form approved by the council, as to how a 
complaint about the operation of the pharmacy or the practice 
of pharmacy by a pharmacist may be given to the college;
	(c)	any other information required by the council to be made 
available for the purpose of informing the public about
	(i)	the practice of pharmacy, and
	(ii)	programs designed to protect the public.
Information to be displayed on website
23   If a licensed pharmacy uses a website to promote or offer 
pharmacy services to the public, the licensee must ensure that the 
website prominently displays
	(a)	a copy of the licence and information required to be posted 
under section 22,
	(b)	a statement in the form approved by the council indicating 
that the pharmacy is licensed to sell drugs only in Alberta 
unless section 5(2.6) of the Act applies,
	(c)	the location, mailing address, e-mail address and telephone 
number of the licensed pharmacy,
	(d)	the name, pharmacist practice permit number and business 
address of the licensee,
	(e)	a statement that the licensee is required to provide, on the 
request of a patient, the name and practice permit number of 
any pharmacist who provides a pharmacy service to the 
patient,
	(f)	the name and business address of the proprietor,
	(g)	if the proprietor is a corporation, the name of the proprietor's 
representative, and
	(h)	other information required to be displayed by the council.
Restrictions on advertising
24(1)  A licensee and a proprietor must ensure that advertising in 
relation to a licensed pharmacy
	(a)	is not false or misleading,
	(b)	does not encourage the misuse or inappropriate use of drugs 
or otherwise have the potential to compromise patient safety, 
and
	(c)	does not undermine the honour or integrity of the pharmacy 
profession.
(2)  A licensee or proprietor must not
	(a)	claim to be a representative of the college unless authorized 
to do so by the college, or
	(b)	make any claims of a special endorsement by the college.
(3)  Neither a licensee nor a proprietor may engage in any practice that 
unduly interferes with independent patient choice, including supplying 
or encouraging a person who issues prescriptions to use prescription 
blanks that bear
	(a)	the name or address of
	(i)	the pharmacy,
	(ii)	a pharmacist who engages in the practice of pharmacy 
at the pharmacy, or
	(iii)	the proprietor of the pharmacy,
		or
	(b)	a slogan or logo that is associated with or identifies the 
pharmacy.
(4)  Nothing in subsection (3) is intended
	(a)	to prevent a pharmacist, who is prescribing a drug, from 
identifying that pharmacist or the business address of that 
pharmacist on a prescription, and
	(b)	to limit a licensee or proprietor from recommending a 
pharmacy service or other service that will meet the needs of 
a patient.
(5)  A licensee or proprietor must not give anything of value to another 
person for recommending a pharmacist's or a licensed pharmacy's 
services.
(6)  Subsection (5) does not apply to the payment of the costs of 
advertising.
Ongoing obligation of licensee
25   A licensee must ensure that a licensed pharmacy
	(a)	has the facilities, space and equipment and the systems and 
procedures in place to support the safe and effective 
provision of pharmacy services,
	(b)	maintains an inventory of drugs appropriate to the category 
of licence issued in respect of the pharmacy,
	(c)	complies with and operates in accordance with all enactments 
of Alberta or Canada applicable to pharmacies, the practice 
of pharmacy, drugs, blood, blood products and parenteral 
nutrition and health care products, aids and devices,
	(d)	has security systems and procedures, including security 
systems and procedures for information technology, to ensure 
that unauthorized individuals do not obtain access to drugs or 
to patient information,
	(e)	employs the requisite number of staff with the training and 
qualifications for the safe and effective provision of 
pharmacy services, and
	(f)	has proper storage facilities to ensure that the quality and 
integrity of drugs, blood products and parenteral nutrition 
and health care products, aids and devices are maintained.
Field Officers
Identification of field officers
26   In carrying out their duties under the Act, field officers must carry 
identification in the form approved by the registrar.
Termination of Licence, Closure of  
Pharmacy and Disciplinary Matters
Closure of pharmacy
27(1)  If a licence is suspended, cancelled or otherwise terminated or a 
licensed pharmacy ceases to provide pharmacy services, the licensee 
must
	(a)	ensure that all drugs in the pharmacy
	(i)	are disposed of in a manner that complies with the 
Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (Canada) and the 
Food and Drugs Act (Canada), or
	(ii)	if there is a reasonable expectation of a new licence 
being issued or the suspension being lifted, are sealed in 
a locked container or area until a new licence is issued 
or the suspension is lifted,
	(b)	immediately advise the registrar of the date the pharmacy 
ceases to operate,
	(c)	arrange
	(i)	to transfer patient records to another licensed pharmacy, 
or
	(ii)	to give each patient access to a copy of the patient's 
record,
	(d)	advise the college of the location of the patient records, and
	(e)	ensure that an inventory of all drugs in the pharmacy is 
prepared and that
	(i)	one copy is maintained in the files of the closed 
pharmacy,
	(ii)	one copy is sent to the college, and
	(iii)	one copy is kept by the licensee.
(2)  If the licensee does not comply with subsection (1), the proprietor 
or any other person who takes control of the pharmacy must ensure
	(a)	that a pharmacist is retained to carry out the obligations set 
out in subsection (1), or
	(b)	if it is not reasonably practicable to retain a pharmacist, that 
the college is given notice and is given access to the 
pharmacy to carry out the obligations set out in subsection 
(1).
(3)  If the college acts under subsection (2)(b), the licensee, or former 
licensee if the licence is terminated, is jointly and severally liable with 
the proprietor to the college for all costs incurred by the college in 
taking those actions.
(4)  Despite subsection (3), if the college determines that the licensee 
was prevented from complying with subsection (1) by the proprietor, 
the proprietor is solely liable for all costs incurred by the college acting 
under subsection (2)(b).
Conditions that hearing tribunal may impose
28   A hearing tribunal acting under Part 2 of the Act may impose any 
condition that the registrar is authorized to impose by section 5.
Costs of investigation, hearing and appeal
29   At the conclusion of a hearing under section 23 or 26 of the Act, 
the hearing tribunal may, and at the conclusion of an appeal the council 
may, order that the regulated member or the proprietor who is not a 
regulated member, as the case may be, must pay, within the time set 
out in the order, all or part of the expenses, costs and fees related to the 
investigation or hearing, or both, and the appeal, if applicable, 
including but not restricted to the following:
	(a)	the expenses of an expert who assessed and provided a 
written report on the subject-matter of the complaint;
	(b)	the legal expenses and fees for legal services provided to the 
college, the complaints director, the hearing tribunal and the 
council;
	(c)	the travelling expenses and daily allowance, as determined 
by the council, for the complaints director, the investigator, 
the members of the hearing tribunal who are not public 
members and the members of the council;
	(d)	the witness fees and expert witness fees and the expenses of 
witnesses and expert witnesses;
	(e)	the costs of creating a record of the proceedings and 
transcripts and of serving notices and documents;
	(f)	any other expenses of the college directly attributable to the 
investigation or hearing, or both, and the appeal, if 
applicable.
Publication of information in orders
30(1)  Where a hearing tribunal makes an order under section 23 or 26 
of the Act, the registrar must, after the period for appeal has expired or 
all appeal rights have been exhausted or abandoned,
	(a)	publish the information in the order
	(i)	in the newsletter of the college, and
	(ii)	on the website of the college,
		and
	(b)	provide a copy of the order to any person who makes a 
request to the registrar or who the registrar considers should 
receive a copy in the interests of protecting the public.
(2)  Where an order referred to in subsection (1)
	(a)	directs the suspension or cancellation of a licence,
	(b)	imposes conditions in respect of a licence or the operation of 
a licensed pharmacy, or
	(c)	directs that no regulated member may engage in the practice 
of pharmacy in a licensed pharmacy,
the registrar may publish that information in the manner set out in 
subsection (1)(a) or provide that information to a person in the manner 
set out in subsection (1)(b) before the period for appeal has expired or 
all appeal rights have been exhausted or abandoned.
(3)  A hearing tribunal may order
	(a)	that an order not be published, or
	(b)	that an order be published without naming the regulated 
member or the proprietor who is the subject of the order
if the hearing tribunal considers that no public interest is served by 
publication of the order or the person's name.
Access to information in orders restricted after 10 years
31(1)  On the expiry of 10 years
	(a)	following the date of an order of a hearing tribunal, or
	(b)	where a matter is appealed, following the date of an order of 
the council on appeal,
the registrar must discontinue making information in the order 
available to the public.
(2)  Nothing in subsection (1) prevents the registrar from disclosing 
information in an order at any time to a regulatory agency.
Approval of Bylaws
Approval of bylaws
32(1)  At least 60 days before the council considers a motion to adopt 
a bylaw, the registrar must
	(a)	make a draft of the proposed bylaw available on the website 
of the college, and
	(b)	notify the members of the college through the official 
publication of the college or by another means approved by 
the council that a draft of the proposed bylaw is available on 
the website of the college.
(2)  A pharmacist may make representations in writing to the registrar 
about the proposed bylaw within the time period stipulated by the 
registrar.
(3)  The council must consider any representations made about a 
proposed bylaw and the council may in accordance with its bylaws 
adopt the bylaw.
Matters under s2 of Act
Providing information under s2 of Act
33(1)  The registrar or another field officer may request that a person 
described in section 2(1)(a) or (d) of the Act provide the following 
information:
	(a)	the name and address of a person who purchased a drug or of 
a person to whom a drug was supplied;
	(b)	the date of the purchase or supply and the delivery of a drug;
	(c)	the name and quantity of a drug that was purchased or 
supplied.
(2)  The registrar or another field officer may request from a person 
described in section 2(1)(a) or (d) of the Act records that relate to any 
sale or supply of a drug.
Records required under s2 of Act
34(1)  A person described in section 2(1)(a) of the Act must maintain 
a record of drugs that are sold by that person as described in section 
2(1)(a) of the Act.
(2)  A person described in section 2(1)(d) of the Act must maintain a 
record of drugs that are supplied by that person as described in section 
2(1)(d) of the Act.
(3)  The records referred to in subsections (1) and (2) must include
	(a)	the address of each person to whom a drug is sold or 
supplied, as the case may be,
	(b)	the name and quantity of each drug sold or supplied,
	(c)	the date of each sale or supply and delivery of a drug, and
	(d)	the location to which each drug was delivered.
(4)  The records referred to in subsections (1) and (2) must be 
maintained for 2 years from the date of the last entry.
Expiry and Coming into Force
Expiry
35   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 1, 2016.
Coming into force
36   This Regulation comes into force on the coming into force of 
Schedule 19 to the Health Professions Act and the Pharmacy and Drug 
Act.


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Alberta Regulation 241/2006
Pharmacy and Drug Act
TRANSITION REGULATION
Filed: October 11, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 479/2006) 
on October 11, 2006 pursuant to section 45 of the Pharmacy and Drug Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	Interpretation
	3	Exceptions
	4	Deemed compliance
	5	Repeal
	6	Coming into force
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"former Act" means the Pharmaceutical Profession 
Act, RSA 2000 cP-12;
	(b)	"new Act" means the Pharmacy and Drug 
Act, RSA 2000 cP-13.
Interpretation
2   Section 43 of the new Act is to be interpreted as if it read as 
follows:
Licence continued
43   A pharmacy licence issued under the former Act is deemed to 
be a community pharmacy licence under the new Act.
Exceptions
3(1)  The requirement under the new Act for an institution pharmacy 
to be a licensed pharmacy with an appropriate category of licence if it 
meets any of the conditions set out in section 4(3) of that Act does not 
apply in respect of an institution pharmacy that is in operation 
immediately before the coming into force of the new Act until 6 
months after the new Act comes into force.
(2)  The requirement under the new Act for a clinical pharmacist to 
have a mail order pharmacy licence to operate a mail order pharmacy 
service does not apply in respect of a clinical pharmacist who holds a 
pharmacy licence under the former Act immediately before the coming 
into force of the new Act until 6 months after the new Act comes into 
force.
Deemed compliance
4   The process followed by the council before the coming into force of 
the new Act respecting the adoption of a code of ethics and standards 
for the operation of licensed pharmacies is, on the coming into force of 
the new Act, deemed to be in compliance with the requirements of 
section 29.1 of the new Act and section 32 of the Pharmacy and Drug 
Regulation.
Repeal
5   This Regulation is repealed in accordance with section 45(4) of the 
new Act.
Coming into force
6   This Regulation comes into force on the coming into force of the 
new Act.



Alberta Regulation 242/2006
Dependent Adults Act
DEPENDENT ADULTS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 11, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 482/2006) 
on October 11, 2006 pursuant to section 89 of the Dependent Adults Act. 
1   The Dependent Adults Regulation (AR 289/81) is 
amended by this Regulation.



2   Section 4 is amended
	(a)	by repealing clause (b) and substituting the 
following:
	(b)	Centennial Centre for Mental Health and Brain Injury, 
Ponoka;
	(b)	by repealing clause (f) and substituting the 
following:
	(f)	Claresholm Centre for Mental Health and Addictions, 
Claresholm;

3   Section 5.1 is amended
	(a)	by repealing clause (d) and substituting the 
following:
	(d)	Claresholm Centre for Mental Health and Addictions, 
Claresholm;
	(b)	by repealing clause (f) and substituting the 
following:
	(f)	Centennial Centre for Mental Health and Brain Injury, 
Ponoka.

4   Section 14 is amended by striking out "December 31, 2006" 
and substituting "December 31, 2007".



Alberta Regulation 243/2006
Protection for Persons in Care Act
PROTECTION FOR PERSONS IN CARE AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 11, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 484/2006) 
on October 11, 2006 pursuant to section 9 of the Protection for Persons in Care Act. 
1   The Protection for Persons in Care Regulation 
(AR 159/98) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1.1(2) is amended 
	(a)	in clause (b) is amended by striking out "Alberta 
Hospital Ponoka" and substituting "Centennial Centre for 
Mental Health and Brain Injury";
	(b)	in clause (d) by striking out "Claresholm Care Centre" 
and substituting "Claresholm Centre for Mental Health 
and Addictions".


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Alberta Regulation 244/2006
Alberta Centennial Education Savings Plan Act
ALBERTA CENTENNIAL EDUCATION SAVINGS PLAN 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 11, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 485/2006) 
on October 11, 2006 pursuant to section 6 of the Alberta Centennial Education 
Savings Plan Act. 
1   The Alberta Centennial Education Savings Plan 
Regulation (AR 248/2004) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1) by repealing clause (a) and 
substituting the following:
	(a)	"Act" means the Alberta Centennial Education Savings 
Plan Act;
	(a.1)	"education assistance payment" means a payment made 
to or in respect of a beneficiary out of a registered 
education savings plan to further his or her 
post-secondary education
	(i)	as a full-time student in a qualifying educational 
program at a post-secondary educational 
institution, or
	(ii)	in the case of a student who has a mental or 
physical impairment the effects of which on the 
individual have been certified in writing under 
section 118.3(1)(a.2) of the Income Tax Act 
(Canada), as a part-time student in a qualifying 
educational program at a post-secondary 
educational institution;
	(b)	by adding the following after clause (b):
	(b.1)	"person" means an individual;
	(c)	in subsection (3)
	(i)	by striking out "person that" and substituting 
"person who";
	(ii)	by striking out "that is not" and substituting 
"whether or not it is".

3   Section 2 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1)
	(i)	in clause (b) by striking out "a resident of Alberta" 
and substituting "applying for the grant";
	(ii)	by  repealing clause (c) and substituting the 
following:
	(c)	the name of the child's custodial parent or 
guardian;
	(iii)	by repealing clause (e) and substituting the 
following:
	(e)	a declaration that the parent or guardian referred to 
in clause (b)
	(i)	was a resident of Alberta at the time the child 
was born or adopted, or
	(ii)	is a resident of Alberta at the time of the 
application;
	(b)	in subsection (2) by striking out "2" and 
substituting "6".

4   Section 3 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1)(b) by striking out "a resident of 
Alberta" and substituting "applying for the grant";
	(b)	by repealing subsection (1)(c) and substituting the 
following:
	(c)	the name of the student's custodial parent or guardian;
	(c)	by repealing subsection (1)(e) and substituting the 
following:
	(e)	a declaration that the parent or guardian referred to in 
clause (b)
	(i)	was a resident of Alberta at the time the student 
attained the age of 8, 11 or 14, or
	(ii)	is a resident of Alberta at the time of the 
application;
	(d)	in subsection (2)
	(i)	by striking out "An" and substituting "Subject to 
subsection (2.1), an";
	(ii)	by striking out "2" and substituting "6";
	(e)	by adding the following after subsection (2):
(2.1)  An application referred to in subsection (1) in respect of 
a student who attains the age of 8, 11 or 14 between January 1, 
2005 and December 31, 2006 must be completed within 6 
years from January 1, 2007.

5   Section 5(1) is amended by striking out "Skills" and 
substituting "and Social".

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



Alberta Regulation 245/2006
Provincial Offences Procedure Act
PROCEDURES AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 11, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 490/2006) 
on October 11, 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
	(a)	in section 1 by striking out "Cargo Securement Code" 
and substituting "Standard";
	(b)	in section 1.1 by striking out "of the Cargo Securement 
Code set out" and substituting "referred to";
	(c)	by repealing section 2 and substituting the 
following:
2(1)  The specified penalty for the contravention of section 
3(1) or (2) of the Cargo Securement Regulation (AR 1/2005) is 
the amount provided for the contravention of the relevant 
provision of the Standard.
(2)  The specified penalty payable in respect of a contravention 
of section 4 of the Cargo Securement Regulation (AR 1/2005) 
is $500.
	(d)	in sections 3 to 16 by striking out "Cargo Securement 
Code" and substituting "Standard".


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Alberta Regulation 246/2006
Municipal Government Act
MINISTER'S GUIDELINES REGULATION
Filed: October 11, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 498/2006) 
on October 11, 2006 pursuant to section 603 of the Municipal Government Act. 
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Act" means Municipal Government Act;
	(b)	"Minister's Guidelines" means
	(i)	the following guidelines referred to in the Matters 
Relating to Assessment and Taxation Regulation 
(AR 220/2004):
	(A)	Alberta Assessment Quality Minister's Guidelines;
	(B)	Alberta Farm Land Assessment Minister's 
Guidelines;
	(C)	Alberta Linear Property Assessment Minister's 
Guidelines;
	(D)	Alberta Machinery and Equipment Assessment 
Minister's Guidelines;
	(E)	Alberta Railway Assessment Minister's 
Guidelines,
	(ii)	any of the above guidelines referred to in the previous 
regulations, and
	(iii)	the 2005 Construction Cost Reporting Guide established 
by the Minister and any previous versions of the 
Construction Cost Reporting Guide established by the 
Minister;
	(c)	"previous regulations" means
	(i)	the Matters Relating to Assessment and Taxation 
Regulation (AR 289/99), and
	(ii)	the Standards of Assessment Regulation (AR 365/94).
Guidelines relating to assessments
2(1)  In addition to the authority granted to the Minister under section 
322 of the Act, the Minister may by order establish guidelines 
respecting
	(a)	procedures for preparing assessments,
	(b)	valuation standards for property,
	(c)	the audit of any matters relating to assessments, and
	(d)	standards to be met by assessors in the preparation of 
assessments.
(2)  For greater certainty,
	(a)	a guideline established under subsection (1) is a regulation 
under sections 289, 292 and 293 of the Act;
	(b)	the Minister's Guidelines are deemed to be guidelines 
established under subsection (1).
(3)  The Regulations Act does not apply to the guidelines established 
under subsection (1).
Application of regulation
3   This Regulation applies in respect of the taxation years 1994 to 
2008, inclusive.
Expiry
4   This Regulation is made under section 603(1) of the Act and is 
subject to repeal in accordance with section 603(2) of the Act.


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Alberta Regulation 247/2006
Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION AND PROTECTION OF 
PRIVACY AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 11, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 499/2006) 
on October 11, 2006 pursuant to section 94 of the Freedom of Information and 
Protection of Privacy Act. 
1   The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy 
Regulation (AR 200/95) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Schedule 1 is amended
	(a)	under the heading "Advanced Education" by 
adding "Access Advisory Council" before "Alberta 
Apprenticeship and Industry Training Board";
	(b)	under the heading "Finance" by adding "Alberta 
Local Authorities Pension Plan Corp." after "Alberta 
Insurance Council";
	(c)	under the heading "Gaming" by striking out 
"Alberta Gaming Research Institute";
	(d)	under the heading "Health and Wellness" by 
striking out "Health Quality Council of Alberta".


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Alberta Regulation 248/2006
Land Titles Act
FORMS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 11, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 500/2006) 
on October 11, 2006 pursuant to section 213 of the Land Titles Act. 
1    The Forms Regulation (AR 480/81) is amended by this 
Regulation.

2   Section 2 is amended by striking out "November 1, 2006" 
and substituting "November 1, 2016".

3(1)  The Schedule is amended by this section.

(2)  Forms 1.1, 7, 17, 18, 28A, 29, 30A and 31 are repealed 
and the corresponding Forms in the Schedule to this 
Regulation are substituted.

(3)  Form 21.1 is amended by striking out "Discharge of Writ 
of Execution" and substituting "Discharge of Writ of 
Enforcement".
Schedule
Form 1.1 
 
Land Titles Act 
(Section 123) 
 
Notice to Creditor to Take Proceeding 
(Not more than 7 instruments may be  
included in this Form)
    Take notice that the writ of enforcement (or specify other instrument 
referred to in section 122) registered in the Land Titles Office on the 
   (date)    as instrument number                                   will cease to bind 
or charge the land or any interest in the land legally described as (here 
described land) after the expiration of 60 days (or such shorter time as 
the judge may order) following the date on which this notice is served 
or sent to you by registered mail, unless in the meantime:
	(a)	you take proceedings in court on your writ of enforcement 
(or other instrument) to substantiate the interest claimed by 
you in the above land, and
	(b)	you file a certificate of lis pendens with the Registrar.
This notice is given pursuant to section 123 of the Land Titles Act.
		Dated at                                 this             (date)            .
To    (the Creditor)    at    (address stated in writ of enforcement or 
other instrument or in last filed notice of change of address for service)
	
	                                                              
	Signature of person giving the notice
Form 7  
 
Land Titles Act  
(Sections 36, 106) 
 
Receipt or Discharge by Mortgagee or Encumbrancee 
(Not more than 7 instruments may be 
included in this Form)
I,                       , (the mortgagee, encumbrancee or transferee, as the 
case may be) do hereby acknowledge to have received all the money 
(or the sum of                      dollars, being part of the money,) to 
become due under the mortgage (or encumbrance) made by 
                      to                       which mortgage (or encumbrance) was 
registered in the Land Titles Office as instrument number 
                      , that the mortgage (or encumbrance) has not been 
transferred, and that the same (or, in the case of a partial discharge, the 
land legally described as (include legal description)) is wholly 
discharged (or discharged as to the sum of                       dollars).
In witness whereof I have hereunto subscribed my name this
                   (date)                    
SIGNED by the above named	)
	      )
in the presence of	) 			
	      )	           (Signature)
Form 17  
 
Land Titles Act  
(Section 107) 
 
Postponement  
(Do not list more than 7 instruments)
I,                       (the mortgagee, encumbrancee, caveator or as the case 
may be) in the (mortgage, encumbrance, caveat, lease or other 
instrument) registered in the Land Titles Office as instrument number 
                       hereby agree to the postponement of my rights in the 
following land: (here describe land) to the rights in and to that land of 
(the mortgagee, encumbrancee, caveator, lessor or as the case may be) 
in the following instrument: (here identify the instrument or 
instruments to be given priority; use registration number if available.)
In witness whereof I have hereunto subscribed my name this
                (date)                
SIGNED by the above named	)
	    ) 			
in the presence of	) 	(Signature)
	    )
Form 18  
 
Land Titles Act  
(Section 109) 
 
Transfer of Mortgage, Encumbrance, or Lease 
(Not more than 7 instruments may be 
transferred under this Form)
I, C.D., the mortgagee (encumbrancee or lessee, as the case may be), in 
consideration of                       dollars, this day paid to me by X.Y., of 
                      the receipt of which sum I do hereby acknowledge, 
hereby transfer to X.Y. (the mortgage, encumbrance or lease, as the 
case may be, describe the instrument fully), together with all my rights, 
powers, title, and interest therein.
In witness whereof I have hereunto subscribed my name this
              (date)             
SIGNED by the said                               	)
in the presence of	)	 C.D. (Transferor)
	    )
Form 28A  
 
Land Titles Act  
(Section 136) 
 
Transfer of Caveat  
(Not more than 7 caveats may be 
transferred under this Form)
      I, A.B., the (agent for the) caveator under (or the (agent for the) 
transferee of) caveat registered in the Land Titles Office as instrument 
number                        do hereby transfer the caveat (or, in the case of a 
partial transfer, include legal description of land affected) to E.F. 
together with all rights granted by the Land Titles Act to me as 
caveator and subject to all liabilities imposed by the Land Titles Act on 
me as caveator.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto subscribed my name this
             (date)             
SIGNED by the above named 	) 			
	    )	(Signature of Caveator or his Agent)
A.B. in the presence of	)
	    )
Notice of Change of Address for Service
I, E.F. (or                     , agent for E.F.) designate the following address 
as the place at which notices and proceedings relating to the caveat or 
the subject matter of the caveat may be served.
                                           
                                           
Dated:                                 
	                                                             
	(Signature of Transferee or his Agent)
Form 29  
 
Land Titles Act 
(Section 138) 
 
Notice to Caveator to Take Proceedings on Caveat 
(Not more than 7 caveats may be  
included in this Form)
     Take notice that the caveat filed by you in the Land Titles Office as 
instrument number                  forbidding the registration of any person 
as transferee or owner of, or of any instrument affecting, the estate or 
interest claimed in your caveat in respect of the land (or, in the case of 
a partial lapse include legal description of land affected), unless the 
certificate of title is expressed to be subject to your claim, will cease to 
have any effect after the expiration of 60 days (or such shorter time as 
the judge may order) following the date on which this notice is served 
or sent to you by registered mail, unless in the meantime
	(a)	you take proceedings in court on your caveat to substantiate 
the interest claimed by you in the above land, and
	(b)	you file a certificate of lis pendens with the Registrar.
This notice is given pursuant to section 138 of the Land Titles Act.
Dated at                 on        (date)       .
To    (the Caveator)    at    (address stated in the caveat or address 
stated in the last notice of change of address for service filed in the 
Land Titles Office)   
	                                                               
	(Signature of person giving the notice)
Form 30A  
 
Land Titles Act  
(Section 152) 
 
Withdrawal of Certificate of Lis Pendens 
I, A.B., the                       in court proceedings (here set out particulars 
of the court action) and the person on whose behalf a certificate of lis 
pendens was registered in the Land Titles Office as instrument number 
                      do hereby withdraw the certificate of lis pendens (or, in 
the case of a partial withdrawal, include the legal description of the 
land affected).
In witness whereof, I have hereunto subscribed my name this
           (date)                     
SIGNED by the above named	)
A.B. in the presence of	)			
	)	        (Signature)
	    )


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Alberta Regulation 249/2006
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
ALBERTA MILK PLAN MINIMUM PRICE FOR 
SUB-CLASS 1A MILK ORDER
Filed: October 13, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board on October 3, 
2006 pursuant to section 5(4) of the Alberta Milk Plan Regulation (AR 150/2002).
Minimum price for sub-class 1a milk
1   The minimum price for sub-class 1a milk to be paid by processors 
for a hectolitre of sub-class 1a milk is $72.05.
Repeal
2   The Alberta Milk Plan Minimum Price for Sub-class 1a Milk Order 
(AR 180/2006) is repealed.
Coming into force
3   This Order comes into force on November 1, 2006.


Alberta Regulation 250/2006
Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped Act
FACILITIES, INSTITUTIONS, HEALTH BENEFITS 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 19, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Seniors and Community Supports 
(M.O. 035/2006) on October 11, 2006 pursuant to section 18(2) of the Assured 
Income for the Severely Handicapped Act. 
1   The Facilities, Institutions, Health Benefits Regulation 
(AR 209/99) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1 of Schedule 2 is amended
	(a)	in clause (a) by striking out "Claresholm Care Centre" 
and substituting "Claresholm Centre for Mental Health 
and Addictions";
	(b)	in clause (m)(ii) by striking out "Alberta Hospital" and 
substituting "Centennial Centre for Mental Health and 
Brain Injury".


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Alberta Regulation 251/2006
Traffic Safety Act
VEHICLE SEIZURE AND REMOVAL REGULATION
Filed: October 23, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Infrastructure and Transportation 
(M.O. 42/06) on October 23, 2006 pursuant to sections 18, 64 and 81 of the Traffic 
Safety Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	Designated program
	3	Signature of peace officer
	4	Service of notice
Part 1 
Abandoned and Immobilized Vehicles
	5	Abandoned vehicle notice
	6	Immobilization notice
Part 2 
Seizure and Removal
	7	Seizure notice
	8	Authorization to impound
	9	Operator of a vehicle impoundment area
	10	When owner may apply for release of vehicle
	11	Appeal to the Board
	12	Rescission of seizure
Part 3 
Effect of Seizure
	13	Application
	14	Seizure costs and disposal costs
	15	Reclaiming a vehicle
	16	Vehicle deemed abandoned
Part 4 
Disposal of Vehicles
	17	Definition
	18	Disposal of vehicle
	19	Disposal of worthless vehicle
	20	Vehicle forfeiture
	21	Claim to remaining money
	22	Seizure costs
	23	Registrar's powers
	24	Title to vehicle
	25	Personal property
	26	Proceeds of sale
Part 5 
General
	27	Transitional
	28	Repeal
	29	Expiry
	30	Coming into force
Definitions
1(1)  In this Regulation,
	(a)	"abandoned vehicle" means a vehicle that is an abandoned 
vehicle under section 69(8) or 76 of the Act;
	(b)	"Act" means the Traffic Safety Act;
	(c)	"Administrator" means the Administrator of the Motor 
Vehicle Accident Claims Act;
	(d)	"Board" means Board as defined in the Act;
	(e)	"designated official" means an employee of the government 
designated by the Minister as a designated official;
	(f)	"designated program" means a program of alternative 
measures designated by the Solicitor General and Minister of 
Public Security pursuant to section 2;
	(g)	"disposal costs" means any costs, fees or charges reasonably 
incurred in the disposal of a vehicle;
	(h)	"immobilize" includes detain;
	(i)	"operator of a vehicle impoundment area" means the person 
having the care, custody and control of a vehicle 
impoundment area;
	(j)	"owner" includes the owner of a seized or removed motor 
vehicle at the time it was seized or removed;
	(k)	"peace officer" includes the Registrar or another person 
authorized under the Act to seize a vehicle;
	(l)	"physical address" means the location of a person's residence 
in Alberta as shown in the records of the Registrar, at which 
the person can be personally served with documents under 
the Act;
	(m)	"Registrar" means Registrar as defined in the Act;
	(n)	"remove" includes impound, take or store;
	(o)	"seize" includes immobilize or detain;
	(p)	"seizure costs" means the costs referred to in section 63 of 
the Act;
	(q)	"vehicle impoundment area" means the location at which a 
seized or removed vehicle is kept during the term of the 
seizure or removal.
(2)  For the purposes of section 77 of the Act and this Regulation, 
"worthless", in respect of a vehicle, means a vehicle that is unlikely to 
have such value on resale as will allow for the full recovery of seizure 
costs and disposal costs likely to be incurred in the removal and 
storage of the vehicle.
Designated program
2   For the purposes of section 173.1 of the Act, the Solicitor General 
and Minister of Public Security may
	(a)	designate a program of alternative measures authorized under 
section 717(1)(a) of the Criminal Code (Canada), and
	(b)	set a period of time within which the designated program 
must be completed.
Signature of peace officer
3   A peace officer who issues a notice under this Regulation must 
sign the notice.
Service of notice
4   A notice issued under this Regulation may be served on the owner 
of a vehicle by sending the notice by ordinary mail to the owner at the 
latest physical or postal address for that person as shown in the records 
of the Registrar.
Part 1 
Abandoned and Immobilized Vehicles
Abandoned vehicle notice
5(1)  A peace officer who has reason to believe that a vehicle is an 
abandoned vehicle may attach an abandoned vehicle notice to the 
vehicle.
(2)  An abandoned vehicle notice must include
	(a)	the date and time the notice is issued,
	(b)	the location of the vehicle when the notice is issued, and
	(c)	a statement to the effect that the vehicle will be removed if it 
is still at that location in 72 hours.
(3)  If a vehicle to which a notice is attached under subsection (1) is at 
the same location 72 hours after the time the notice is attached to the 
vehicle, a peace officer may remove the vehicle without issuing a 
notice of seizure or removal.
Immobilization notice
6(1)  A peace officer who immobilizes a vehicle under section 141, 
171, 172, 173 or 173.1 of the Act, but does not remove the vehicle, 
must issue an immobilization notice that includes the following:
	(a)	the name and physical or postal address of the person who is 
driving the vehicle at the time it is immobilized;
	(b)	if the driver of the vehicle is not the owner of the vehicle, the 
name and physical or postal address of the owner;
	(c)	the date and time of the immobilization;
	(d)	the date and time at which the immobilization expires;
	(e)	the section of the Act under which the immobilization is 
authorized;
	(f)	the conditions under which the immobilization ends.
(2)  A peace officer who immobilizes a vehicle under subsection (1) 
must
	(a)	serve a copy of the immobilization notice on the driver at the 
time of the immobilization,
	(b)	serve a copy of the immobilization notice on the owner of the 
vehicle if the driver is not the owner,
	(c)	where the vehicle is immobilized under section 173 of the 
Act, provide a copy of the immobilization notice to the 
Registrar, and
	(d)	where the vehicle is immobilized under section 173.1 of the 
Act, provide a copy of the immobilization notice to the 
designated official.
(3)  A peace officer may remove a vehicle immobilized in accordance 
with subsections (1) and (2) without issuing a notice of seizure or 
removal if the conditions referred to in subsection (1)(f) are not met 
within the time required.
(4)  This section does not apply where a vehicle has been seized or 
immobilized under section 173.1 of the Act and is released by a peace 
officer in accordance with section 173.1(2) of the Act.
Part 2 
Seizure and Removal
Seizure notice
7(1)  A peace officer who seizes or removes a vehicle under section 
69(7), 77, 127, 141, 142, 170, 171, 172, 173 or 173.1 of the Act must 
issue a notice of seizure or removal that includes the following:
	(a)	the name and physical or postal address of the person who is 
driving the vehicle at the time it is seized or removed;
	(b)	if the driver of the vehicle is not the owner of the vehicle, the 
name and physical or postal address of the owner of the 
vehicle;
	(c)	the date and time of the seizure or removal;
	(d)	the section of the Act under which the seizure or removal is 
authorized;
	(e)	if the vehicle is to be kept at a vehicle impoundment area, the 
area's location and the name of the area's operator;
	(f)	the date and time at which the seizure of the vehicle expires;
	(g)	a statement to the effect that the vehicle may be disposed of 
by the Registrar under section 18(1) if it is not claimed 
within 15 days after it is eligible to be reclaimed under 
section 15;
	(h)	for a vehicle that has been seized or immobilized under 
section 173.1 of the Act, a statement to the effect that upon 
conviction the vehicle will be forfeited for disposal, subject 
to any security interest registered under the Personal 
Property Security Act before the seizure or immobilization, 
as directed by the Registrar.
(2)  A peace officer who seizes or removes a vehicle under section 
69(7), 77, 127, 141, 142, 170, 171, 172, 173 or 173.1 of the Act must
	(a)	give the driver of the vehicle, if any, directions as to where 
the vehicle is taken and stored,
	(b)	serve a copy of the notice of seizure or removal on the driver, 
if any, at the time of the seizure or removal,
	(c)	serve a copy of the notice of seizure or removal on the owner 
of the vehicle if the person driving the vehicle is not the 
owner,
	(d)	give a copy of the notice of seizure or removal to the tow 
truck operator who removes or otherwise accepts 
responsibility for the seized or removed vehicle at the 
direction of the peace officer,
	(e)	provide a copy of the notice of seizure or removal to the 
operator of the vehicle impoundment area who is to keep the 
seized or removed vehicle,
	(f)	where the vehicle is seized or removed under section 173 of 
the Act, provide a copy of the notice of seizure or removal to 
the Registrar, and
	(g)	where the vehicle is seized or removed under section 173.1 
of the Act, provide a copy of the notice of seizure or removal 
to the designated official.
(3)  This section does not apply where a vehicle has been seized or 
immobilized under section 173.1 of the Act and is released by a peace 
officer in accordance with section 173.1(2) of the Act.
Authorization to impound
8(1)  A peace officer may authorize a tow truck operator to transport a 
seized or removed vehicle to a vehicle impoundment area.
(2)  A peace officer may authorize a vehicle impoundment area 
operator to hold a seized or removed vehicle until directed to take 
further action as may be authorized by the Registrar, peace officer, 
designated official or in accordance with this Regulation.
(3)  The tow truck operator who removes a vehicle under a notice of 
seizure or removal must give the copy of the notice of seizure or 
removal to the operator of the vehicle impoundment area where the 
vehicle is kept, if the tow truck operator is not the operator of the 
vehicle impoundment area.
Operator of a vehicle impoundment area
9   An operator of a vehicle impoundment area must not release a 
vehicle that has been seized or removed unless
	(a)	in the case of a vehicle that has been seized or removed under 
section 69(7), 77, 127, 141, 142, 170, 171, 172 or 173 of the 
Act, the term of the seizure expires or the Board rescinds the 
seizure,
	(b)	in the case of a vehicle that has been seized under section 
173.1 of the Act,
	(i)	the peace officer releases the vehicle in accordance with 
section 173.1 of the Act, or
	(ii)	the vehicle is forfeited to the Government in accordance 
with section 173.1(3) of the Act,
	(c)	the operator is satisfied
	(i)	that the person claiming the seized or removed vehicle 
is entitled to take possession of the vehicle, and
	(ii)	that the vehicle will be transported from the vehicle 
impoundment area in a manner consistent with the Act 
and Regulations,
	(d)	subject to a direction of the Board or the peace officer, as 
appropriate, the seizure costs incurred in respect of the seized 
or removed vehicle are paid,
	(e)	the vehicle is reclaimed within the times specified under 
section 15, and
	(f)	all other conditions imposed by the Registrar, peace officer, 
Board or Court have been fulfilled.
When owner may apply for release of vehicle
10(1)  The owner of a motor vehicle seized and impounded or 
immobilized pursuant to section 173.1 of the Act may make an 
application in a form approved by the Minister for release of the 
vehicle by depositing with the designated official
	(a)	cash, a certified cheque or a money order payable to the 
Minister of Finance in an amount equal to the fair market 
value of the vehicle as determined by the designated official, 
or
	(b)	an irrevocable letter of credit payable to the Minister of 
Finance in an amount equal to the fair market value of the 
vehicle as determined by the designated official.
(2)  On receiving an application and deposit pursuant to subsection (1), 
the designated official may authorize the release of the vehicle to the 
owner or to a person authorized by the owner, subject to the payment 
of the seizure costs and disposal costs in respect of the vehicle to the 
operator of the vehicle impoundment area.
Appeal to the Board
11(1)  The grounds on which an appeal may be made under section 
40(1) of the Act are one or more of the following:
	(a)	the person driving the vehicle when it was seized was a 
suspended person who did not know and could not 
reasonably have known of the suspension;
	(b)	the owner was not driving the vehicle when it was seized and 
did not know and could not reasonably have known that the 
person who was driving the vehicle when it was seized was a 
suspended person;
	(c)	the owner was not driving the vehicle when it was seized and 
the vehicle was not driven with the express or implied 
consent of the owner;
	(d)	the person driving the vehicle when it was seized was not a 
suspended person.
(2)  For the purposes of an appeal based on grounds set out in 
subsection (1)(b),
	(a)	in a case where the vehicle concerned is a commercial 
vehicle and the driver is a person who is driving for a carrier 
who is the owner of the commercial vehicle, the owner must 
produce a driver's abstract for the driver which is dated not 
more than one year before the date on which the driving 
occurred, or
	(b)	in any other case, the owner must establish that, before 
driving the vehicle, the person driving the vehicle showed the 
owner an operator's licence that
	(i)	was issued in the name of the person driving the 
vehicle,
	(ii)	was the appropriate class of licence for the vehicle 
concerned, and
	(iii)	had not expired as of the date on which the driving 
occurred.
(3)  The grounds on which an appeal may be made under section 40(3) 
of the Act are one or both of the following:
	(a)	the owner could not reasonably have known that the vehicle 
was being operated in the course of committing an offence 
referred to under section 173.1 of the Act;
	(b)	at the time the vehicle was seized, the driver of the vehicle 
was in possession of it without the express or implied consent 
of the vehicle's owner.
Rescission of seizure
12(1)  The Board may rescind the seizure of a vehicle or vary the term 
of the seizure if it is satisfied that one of the grounds on which an 
appeal may be made under section 11 in respect of that seizure exists.
(2)  If the Board rescinds the seizure of a vehicle or varies the term of 
the seizure, the Board may direct
	(a)		that the owner or other person taking possession of the 
vehicle is not required to pay all or a portion of the seizure 
costs associated with that vehicle, and
	(b)	that the fee for the appeal be refunded.
Part 3 
Effect of Seizure
Application
13(1)  This Part applies to a vehicle that is seized or removed under 
section 69(7), 77, 141, 172, 173 or 173.1 of the Act.
(2)  This Part applies to seizure costs that occur after a court orders the 
release of a vehicle seized or removed under section 127, 142, 170 or 
171 of the Act.
(3)  If a court orders the owner of a vehicle to pay seizure costs 
respecting a vehicle seized or removed under section 127, 142, 170 or 
171 of the Act, this Part and Part 4 apply to the costs.
Seizure costs and disposal costs
14   Seizure costs and disposal costs payable with respect to a seized 
or removed vehicle are a debt owing to the Crown by the owner of the 
vehicle in the records of the Registrar or by a subsequent owner.
Reclaiming a vehicle
15   An owner of a vehicle that has been abandoned or that has been 
immobilized, seized or removed by a peace officer under section 69(7), 
77, 127, 141, 142, 170, 171, 172, 173 or 173.1 of the Act may reclaim 
a vehicle from the vehicle impoundment area operator within 15 days 
of the following:
	(a)	for an abandoned vehicle, from the date and time the vehicle 
is removed by a peace officer;
	(b)	for an immobilized vehicle, from the date and time the 
immobilization expires as stated in the immobilization notice 
issued under section 6;
	(c)	for a vehicle seized under section 7, from the date and time 
that the seizure expires as stated in the notice of seizure or 
removal under section 7(1)(f);
	(d)	for a removed vehicle, from the date and time of removal as 
stated in the notice of seizure or removal issued under section 
7(1)(c);
	(e)	for a vehicle seized under section 173.1 of the Act, from the 
date the vehicle is eligible to be released from seizure under 
section 20(3).
Vehicle deemed abandoned
16(1)  A vehicle that is not reclaimed by its owner in accordance with 
this Regulation is deemed abandoned.
(2)  When a vehicle is deemed abandoned, the Registrar must issue a 
notice of disposal to the owner of the vehicle that includes
	(a)	the name and physical or postal address of the owner,
	(b)	the date and time the notice of disposal is issued,
	(c)	the location of the vehicle impoundment area where the 
vehicle may be claimed by the owner and the name of the 
operator of the vehicle impoundment area,
	(d)	a statement to the effect that the owner is liable for the 
seizure costs and disposal costs, and
	(e)	a statement to the effect that the vehicle will be disposed of 
by the Registrar without further notification 15 days after the 
date the notice of disposal is issued unless
	(i)	the vehicle is claimed from the location, and
	(ii)	all seizure costs are paid.
Part 4 
Disposal of Vehicles
Definition
17   In this Part, "vehicle" includes a wrecked or partially dismantled 
vehicle or a part of a vehicle.
Disposal of vehicle
18(1)  The Registrar may dispose of a vehicle
	(a)	that is forfeited to the Government under section 173.1 of the 
Act, or
	(b)	that is deemed abandoned under section 16 if
	(i)	the vehicle is subject to seizure costs, and
	(ii)	the vehicle is not claimed by the owner within 15 days 
after the date the notice of disposal is issued.
(2)  The Registrar must give written notice of the proposed disposal to 
the holders of security interests registered in respect of the vehicle at 
the Personal Property Registry before the seizure or immobilization 
under the Personal Property Security Act.
(3)  The proceeds of disposition must be distributed in the following 
order:
	(a)	to pay the seizure costs and disposal costs of the vehicle;
	(b)	to pay the amounts owing to holders of security interests 
under the Personal Property Security Act;
	(c)	to pay any remaining money to the Administrator.
Disposal of worthless vehicle
19(1)  Subject to subsection (2), if the Registrar, peace officer or 
another person authorized by the Registrar believes on reasonable and 
probable grounds that a vehicle under section 77 of the Act is 
worthless, the Registrar, a peace officer or another person authorized 
by the Registrar may cause the vehicle to be moved to a salvage yard 
or municipal dump for disposal.
(2)  When a vehicle that is to be disposed of under this section does not 
have a manufacturer's serial number or similar identifying mark or a 
special identification number or mark authorized under the Act, the 
vehicle may be moved to a salvage yard or municipal dump for 
disposal by a peace officer or another person authorized by the 
Registrar only with the authorization issued by the Registrar certifying 
that a worthless abandoned vehicle may be transported to a salvage 
yard or municipal dump.
Vehicle forfeiture
20(1)  When a person who is in a motor vehicle at the time it is seized 
under section 173.1 of the Act is convicted of an offence referred to in 
that section,
	(a)	if the owner of the vehicle has deposited money or an 
irrevocable letter of credit under section 10, the money or 
irrevocable letter of credit is forfeited to the Government, or
	(b)	if at the time of the conviction the vehicle remains under 
seizure in a vehicle impoundment area and has not been 
released or disposed of, the vehicle is forfeited to the 
Government subject to any security interests registered under 
the Personal Property Security Act prior to the date the 
vehicle was seized.
(2)  When a vehicle is forfeited to the Government under subsection 
(1)(a), the entire interest in the vehicle is deemed to be transferred to 
the Government.
(3)  When no person is convicted of an offence under section 173.1 of 
the Act, the peace officer must
	(a)	if the vehicle remains under seizure in a vehicle 
impoundment area and has not been released or disposed of, 
release the vehicle to the owner, or
	(b)	if the owner of the vehicle has deposited money or an 
irrevocable letter of credit under section 10, return the money 
or irrevocable letter of credit to the owner.
Claim to remaining money
21(1)  If, within one year of the disposal of a vehicle under the Act, a 
person proves to the satisfaction of the Administrator that the person is 
entitled to all or part of the money referred to in section 18(3)(c), the 
Administrator must pay that person an amount in accordance with the 
claim.
(2)  An amount paid under subsection (1) must not be more than the 
amount referred to in section 18(3)(c).
Seizure costs
22(1)  If the money from the disposal of a vehicle is not enough to 
cover the seizure costs and disposal costs, the person authorized to 
remove and store the vehicle may apply to the Administrator for 
payment of the outstanding amount, and the Administrator, on being 
satisfied that the claim is proper, may order payment to be made.
(2)  A payment under subsection (1) is subject to the limitations 
prescribed under the Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Act.
Registrar's powers
23   If seizure costs with respect to a vehicle that is removed or seized 
under the Act are not paid in full, or if the Crown does not receive all 
the seizure costs from the disposal of the vehicle, the Registrar may
	(a)	suspend the registration of all vehicles registered in the name 
of the debtor,
	(b)	refuse to perform any function or service or to issue, renew 
or otherwise deal with any motor vehicle document or other 
document in respect of the debtor until the debt is paid, or
	(c)	refuse to register a vehicle in the name of the new owner if 
the ownership of a registered vehicle passes directly or 
through intermediary owners from the person who owes the 
debt.
Title to vehicle
24   A person who disposes of a vehicle under the authority of the 
Registrar passes good title to the vehicle as against the person from 
whom it was seized or removed or anyone claiming through that 
person.
Personal property
25(1)  Subject to subsection (3), where personal property, within the 
meaning of section 175 of the Act, is not reclaimed, it must be retained 
by the vehicle impoundment area operator for at least 15 days from the 
date the notice of disposal is issued.
(2)  If personal property is not reclaimed in accordance with subsection 
(1),
	(a)	if the vehicle impoundment area operator is a municipality, 
the personal property may be disposed of by the municipality 
in accordance with section 610 of the Municipal Government 
Act, and
	(b)	if the vehicle impoundment area operator is not a 
municipality, the personal property may be disposed of by 
the Registrar in such a manner as the Registrar sees fit.
(3)  The vehicle impoundment area operator may dispose of personal 
property at any time if, in the opinion of the vehicle impoundment area 
operator, the property is unsafe, unsanitary or perishable.
Proceeds of sale
26   Proceeds realized from the sale of a forfeited vehicle must be used
	(a)	to pay the seizure costs and disposal costs of the vehicle,
	(b)	to pay the amounts owing to holders of security interests 
under the Personal Property Security Act, and
	(c)	to pay any remaining money to the Administrator.
Part 5 
General
Transitional
27   A vehicle seized, removed or immobilized before the coming into 
force of this Regulation shall be dealt with under the Vehicle Seizure 
and Removal Regulation (AR 323/2002) as it read immediately before 
the coming into force of this Regulation.
Repeal
28   The Vehicle Seizure and Removal Regulation (AR 323/2002) is 
repealed.
Expiry
29   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for 
ongoing relevance and necessity, with the option that it may be 
repassed in its present or an amended form following a review, this 
Regulation expires on April 30, 2015.
Coming into force
30   This Regulation comes into force on the coming into force of 
section 173.1 of the Traffic Safety Act.


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Alberta Regulation 252/2006
Drainage Districts Act
COMPENSATION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 23, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Environment (M.O. 21/2006) on 
October 11, 2006 pursuant to section 34 of the Drainage Districts Act. 
1   The Compensation Regulation (AR 29/2002) is amended 
by this Regulation.

2   Section 13 is amended by striking out "2006" and 
substituting "2009".



Alberta Regulation 253/2006
Alberta Personal Property Bill of Rights
EXEMPTION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 25, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 550/2006) 
on October 25, 2006 pursuant to section 5 of the Alberta Personal Property Bill of 
Rights. 
1   The Exemption Regulation (AR 125/99) is amended by 
this Regulation.

2   Section 3(oo.1) is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
	(oo.1)	any provision that authorizes the seizure, removal or 
immobilization of a vehicle under the Traffic Safety Act;

3   Section 5(c) is repealed and the following is substituted:
	(c)	the Vehicle Seizure and Removal Regulation.


THE ALBERTA GAZETTE, PART II, OCTOBER 31, 2006