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Alberta Regulation 254/2006
Health Disciplines Act
ACUPUNCTURE AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 25, 2006
For information only:   Approved by the Lieutenant Governor in Council 
(O.C. 507/2006) on October 25, 2006 pursuant to section 55 of the Health Disciplines 
Act and made by the Health Disciplines Board on July 28, 2006 pursuant to the 
Health Disciplines Act.
1   The Acupuncture Regulation (AR 42/88) is amended by 
this Regulation.

2   Section 15 is amended
	(a)	in clause (a) by striking out "$40" and substituting 
"$120";
	(b)	in clause (b) by striking out "$60" and substituting 
"$180";
	(c)	in clause (c)
	(i)	in subclause (i) by striking out "$100" and 
substituting "$400";
	(ii)	in subclause (ii) by striking out "$115" and 
substituting "$425";
	(d)	by adding the following after clause (c):
	(d)	a registration examination is $1000.


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Alberta Regulation 255/2006
Health Professions Act
DENTAL HYGIENISTS PROFESSION REGULATION
Filed: October 25, 2006
For information only:   Approved by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 
509/2006) on October 25, 2006 pursuant to section 131 of the Health Professions Act 
and made by the Alberta Dental Hygienists' Association on September 29, 2006 
pursuant to the Health Professions Act.
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
Registers
	2	Register categories
Registration
	3	General register
	4	Equivalent jurisdiction
	5	Substantial equivalence
	6	Courtesy register
	7	Good character
	8	Liability insurance
	9	CPR certification
	10	English language requirements
Practice Permit
	11	Renewal requirements
	12	Conditions
Restricted Activities
	13	Authorized activities
	14	Restriction
	15	Students
	16	Supervision
Continuing Competence
	17	Program requirements
	18	Program credits
	19	Continuing competence program rules
	20	Rule distribution
	21	Practice visits
Alternative Complaint Resolution
	22	Process conductor
	23	Agreement
	24	Confidentiality
	25	Leaving the process
Reinstatement of Registration and Practice Permits
	26	Applying for reinstatement
	27	Review and decision
	28	Review of decision
	29	Access to decisions
Titles
	30	Titles, abbreviations
Information
	31	Requested information
	32	Section 119 information
Transitional Provisions, Repeals 
and Coming into Force
	33	Transitional
	34	Repeal
	35	Coming into force
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Act" means the Health Professions Act;
	(b)	"College" means the College of Registered Dental Hygienists 
of Alberta;
	(c)	"Competence Committee" means the competence committee 
of the College;
	(d)	"Complaints Director" means the complaints director of the 
College;
	(e)	"Council" means the council of the College;
	(f)	"courtesy member" means a regulated member registered on 
the courtesy register;
	(g)	"courtesy register" means the courtesy register category of 
the regulated members register;
	(h)	"general member" means a regulated member registered on 
the general register;
	(i)	"general register" means the general register category of the 
regulated members register;
	(j)	"Registrar" means the registrar of the College;
	(k)	"Registration Committee" means the registration committee 
of the College.
Registers
Register categories
2   The regulated members register established by the Council under 
section 33(1)(a) of the Act has the following categories:
	(a)	general register;
	(b)	courtesy register.
Registration
General register
3(1)  An applicant for registration as a regulated member on the 
general register must
	(a)	have a degree or diploma in dental hygiene from a program 
approved by the Council,
	(b)	have successfully passed a dental hygiene registration 
examination approved by the Council, and
	(c)	have successfully passed a jurisprudence examination 
approved by the Council.
(2)  An applicant under subsection (1) must meet one of the following:
	(a)	have met the requirements of subsection (1) within the 3 
years immediately preceding the date the Registrar receives a 
complete application;
	(b)	provide evidence of 600 hours of practice as a dental 
hygienist within the 3 years immediately preceding the date 
the Registrar receives a complete application;
	(c)	have successfully completed a refresher education program 
approved by the Council within the year immediately 
preceding the date the Registrar receives a complete 
application;
	(d)	demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Registrar or the 
Registration Committee that the applicant is currently 
competent to practise as a dental hygienist.
Equivalent jurisdiction
4(1)  Subject to subsection (2), an applicant for registration as a 
regulated member on the general register who is currently registered in 
good standing in another jurisdiction recognized by the Council under 
section 28(2)(b) of the Act as having substantially equivalent 
registration requirements to those described in section 3 and who has 
no limitations or conditions imposed on the applicant's registration in 
that jurisdiction may be registered on the general register.
(2)  An applicant for registration under subsection (1) must 
successfully pass a jurisprudence examination referred to in section 
3(1)(c).
Substantial equivalence
5(1)  An applicant for registration as a regulated member on the 
general register who does not meet the requirements described in 
section 3 but whose qualifications have been determined by the 
Registrar or the Registration Committee under section 28(2)(c) of the 
Act to be substantially equivalent to the competence requirements 
described in section 3 may be registered on the general register.
(2)  In order to assist with determining whether an applicant's 
qualifications are substantially equivalent under subsection (1), the 
Registrar or Registration Committee may
	(a)	require the applicant to undergo any examination, testing or 
any assessment activity, and
	(b)	direct the applicant to undergo any education or training 
activities that the Registrar or the Registration Committee 
considers necessary in order for the applicant to be 
registered.
(3)  An applicant for registration under subsection (1) must 
successfully pass a jurisprudence examination referred to in section 
3(1)(c).
Courtesy register
6(1)  A person who is registered as a dental hygienist in good standing 
in another jurisdiction who applies for registration in Alberta on a 
temporary basis for a specified purpose and period of time approved by 
the Registrar is eligible for registration on the courtesy register.
(2)  It is a condition of registration on the courtesy register that the 
person must remain registered in good standing in the jurisdiction in 
which the person was registered at the time of the person's application 
for registration on the courtesy register and if the registration in the 
other jurisdiction is suspended or cancelled the courtesy registration is 
cancelled.
(3)  The term of the registration for a person registered on the courtesy 
register
	(a)	is for up to 60 days, and
	(b)	is not renewable.
Good character
7   An applicant for registration as a regulated member on the general 
register or on the courtesy register must provide written evidence of 
having good character and reputation by submitting one or more of the 
following on the request of the Registrar or the Registration 
Committee:
	(a)	a statement by the applicant as to whether the applicant is 
currently undergoing an unprofessional conduct process or 
investigation or has previously been disciplined by another 
regulatory organization responsible for the regulation of 
dental hygienists or any other profession;
	(b)	a statement by the applicant as to whether the applicant has 
ever pleaded guilty or has been found guilty of a criminal 
offence in Canada or an offence of a similar nature in a 
jurisdiction outside Canada for which the applicant has not 
been pardoned;
	(c)	any other relevant evidence as requested by the Registrar or 
the Registration Committee.
Liability insurance
8   An applicant for registration as a regulated member on the general 
register or on the courtesy register must provide evidence of having the 
type and amount of professional liability insurance required by the 
Council.
CPR certification
9   An applicant for registration as a regulated member on the general 
register or on the courtesy register is required to provide evidence of 
current cardiopulmonary resuscitation certification at a level required 
by the Council.
English language requirements
10(1)  An applicant for registration as a regulated member on the 
general register or on the courtesy register must be sufficiently 
proficient in English to be able to engage safely and competently in the 
practice of the profession of dental hygienists.
(2)  An applicant may be required by the Registrar to demonstrate 
proficiency in the English language in accordance with the 
requirements established by the Council.
Practice Permit
Renewal requirements
11   A regulated member on the general register applying for renewal 
of a practice permit must provide
	(a)	evidence of having the type and amount of professional 
liability insurance required by the Council;
	(b)	evidence of holding a current cardiopulmonary resuscitation 
certificate at the level required by the Council;
	(c)	a statement by the applicant as to whether the applicant has 
ever pleaded guilty or has been found guilty of a criminal 
offence in Canada or an offence of a similar nature in a 
jurisdiction outside Canada for which the applicant has not 
been pardoned since the applicant's last practice permit;
	(d)	a statement by the applicant as to whether the applicant has 
been the subject of any disciplinary action by a regulatory 
organization responsible for the regulation of dental 
hygienists or any other profession since the applicant's last 
practice permit;
	(e)	evidence of obtaining program credits required by section 17;
	(f)	a statement by the applicant of the number of practice hours 
as a dental hygienist obtained in the previous year.
Conditions
12   The conditions on a practice permit that the Registrar, 
Registration Committee or Council may impose include, but are not 
limited to, the following:
	(a)	completion of any continuing competence requirements 
within a specified time;
	(b)	completion of any examinations, testing, assessments, 
training, work experience, education or counselling;
	(c)	a requirement to practise only under the supervision of 
another regulated member;
	(d)	limitation of practice to specified professional services, 
restricted activities or practice settings;
	(e)	refraining from practising specified professional services or 
restricted activities or from practising in specific settings;
	(f)	that the practice permit is valid only for a specified purpose;
	(g)	limitation on supervising one or more of the following:
	(i)	dental hygienists;
	(ii)	students of dental hygiene;
	(iii)	regulated members of other colleges;
	(iv)	students of other regulated professions;
	(h)	reporting to the Registrar or the Registration Committee on 
specified matters on specified dates;
	(i)	limitation on the use of titles and abbreviations referred to in 
section 30.
Restricted Activities
Authorized activities
13(1)  General members and courtesy members are authorized, in the 
practice of dental hygiene and in accordance with the standards of 
practice approved by the Council, to perform the following restricted 
activities:
	(a)	for the purpose of assessing or treating oral health conditions 
but not for the purpose of performing restoration procedures 
of a permanent nature, to cut a body tissue, to administer 
anything by an invasive procedure on body tissue or to 
perform surgical or other invasive procedures on body tissue 
below the dermis or the mucous membrane or in or below the 
surface of teeth, including scaling of teeth;
	(b)	to insert or remove instruments, devices, fingers or hands 
beyond the pharynx for oral soft tissue examinations;
	(c)	to reduce a dislocation of a temporomandibular joint for the 
purpose of reducing a subluxation of the temporomandibular 
joint;
	(d)	to prescribe the following Schedule 1 drugs within the 
meaning of Schedule 7.1 to the Government Organization 
Act for the purpose of treating oral health conditions, 
providing prophylaxis and treating emergencies:
	(i)	antibiotics;
	(ii)	antifungal agents;
	(iii)	anti-infective agents;
	(iv)	antiviral agents;
	(v)	bronchodilators;
	(vi)	epinephrine;
	(vii)	fluoride;
	(viii)	pilocarpine;
	(ix)	topical corticosteroids;
	(e)	to compound, provide for selling or sell, incidentally to the 
practice of dental hygiene, a Schedule 1 drug or Schedule 2 
drug within the meaning of Schedule 7.1 to the Government 
Organization Act;
	(f)	to order or apply any form of ionizing radiation in medical 
radiography.
(2)  A general member or a courtesy member who has provided 
evidence satisfactory to the Registrar of having completed and 
remaining current in the advanced training required by the Council and 
who has received notification from the Registrar that the authorization 
is indicated on the general register or the courtesy register is authorized 
to perform the following restricted activities:
	(a)	to prescribe or administer nitrous oxide for the purposes of 
conscious sedation;
	(b)	in collaboration with a dentist, to fit an orthodontic or 
periodontal appliance for the purpose of determining the 
preliminary fit of the appliance;
	(c)	in collaboration with a dentist, to perform surgical or other 
invasive procedures on body tissue below the surface of teeth 
for the purpose of performing restoration procedures of a 
permanent nature.
Restriction
14(1)  Despite any authorization to perform restricted activities, 
regulated members must restrict themselves in performing restricted 
activities to those activities that they are competent to perform and to 
those that are appropriate to the member's area of practice and the 
procedure being performed.
(2)  A regulated member who performs a restricted activity must do so 
in accordance with the standards of practice adopted by the Council 
under section 133 of the Act.
Students
15(1)  A student who is enrolled in a dental hygienist program 
approved by the Council or a general member or a courtesy member 
undergoing training to perform a restricted activity in a program 
approved by the Council is permitted to perform the restricted 
activities referred to in section 13 with the consent of and under the 
supervision of a general member or a courtesy member who is 
authorized to perform those restricted activities.
(2)  A student in a post-secondary health services program of studies 
approved by the council of another college under the Act that includes 
studies related to the restricted activities described in section 13, is 
permitted to perform those restricted activities with the consent of and 
under the supervision of a general member or a courtesy member who 
is authorized to perform those restricted activities.
(3)  A student who is enrolled in a dental hygienist program of studies 
at a post-secondary institution outside Canada who has visiting student 
status in an approved dental hygienist program in Alberta and who is 
participating in a clinical practicum of the program in Alberta is 
permitted to perform the restricted activities described in section 13 
with the consent of and under the supervision of a general member or a 
courtesy member who is authorized to perform those restricted 
activities.
Supervision
16   A general member or a courtesy member who consents to 
supervise a student or a general member or a courtesy member 
undergoing training, described in section 15, must be engaged by or 
approved to supervise by an organization that offers a dental hygienist 
program of studies approved by the Council or a post-secondary health 
services program of studies approved by the council of another college 
under the Act and
	(a)	must be authorized to perform the restricted activity being 
performed, and
	(b)	must supervise by being on-site and being available to assist 
the student or general member or courtesy member while the 
student or member is performing the restricted activity.
Continuing Competence
Program requirements
17(1)  As part of the continuing competence program, a general 
member must obtain
	(a)	a minimum of 45 program credits in the 3-year period that 
starts on the general member's anniversary date and in each 
subsequent sequential 3-year period, and
	(b)	a minimum of 600 practice hours in the 3-year period that 
starts on the general member's anniversary date and in each 
subsequent sequential 3-year period.
(2)  A person who is deemed to be a general member on the coming 
into force of this Regulation or a person who becomes a general 
member after the coming into force of this Regulation but before 
November 1 immediately following the coming into force of this 
Regulation, has as an anniversary date the November 1 immediately 
following the coming into force of this Regulation.
(3)  A person who becomes a general member on or after the 
November 1 immediately following the coming into force of this 
Regulation has as an anniversary date the November 1 immediately 
following the person's registration as a general member.
(4)  General members must, on the request of the Registrar, provide to 
the Registrar evidence of meeting the requirements of subsection (1).
Program credits
18   To obtain program credits, a general member may undertake the 
following developmental activities in accordance with any rules 
approved by the Council:
	(a)	attendance at an oral health-related scientific or clinical 
course designed to enhance professional development;
	(b)	attendance at professional development sessions on oral 
health clinical practice issues;
	(c)	attendance at an oral health-related study club;
	(d)	self-directed study to enhance professional development;
	(e)	providing oral health-related presentations, beyond regular 
employment obligations, to regulated members or other 
groups;
	(f)	successful completion of courses toward a dental hygiene 
baccalaureate or graduate degree;
	(g)	presentation of a research paper or abstract at a scientific 
meeting;
	(h)	publication in a peer-reviewed journal;
	(i)	publication in the College newsletter;
	(j)	other activities approved by the Council, the Registrar or the 
Competence Committee.
Continuing competence program rules
19(1)  The Council may make rules governing
	(a)	the program credits that may be earned for each professional 
development activity;
	(b)	the type and category of professional development activities 
that a general member must undertake;
	(c)	the eligibility of an activity to qualify for program credits;
	(d)	the number of program credits that may be earned within a 
specific type or category of activity;
	(e)	the recognition of practice hours for the purpose of section 
17(1)(b);
	(f)	the continuing competence program.
(2)  The Registrar and the Competence Committee may recommend 
rules or amendments to the rules to the Council.
(3)  Before the Council establishes any rules or amendments to the 
rules they must be distributed by the Registrar to all general members 
of the College for their review.
(4)  The Council may establish the rules or amendments to the rules 30 
or more days after distribution under subsection (3) and after having 
considered any comments received on the proposed rules or proposed 
amendments to the rules.
Rule distribution
20   The Registrar must distribute the rules and any amendments to the 
rules established under section 19(4) to the general members and 
provide copies on request to the Minister, regional health authorities, 
and any person who requests them.
Practice visits
21(1)  The Competence Committee may, as part of the continuing 
competence program, undertake practice visits for the purpose of 
assessing continuing competence and select a general member or a 
group of general members for a practice visit.
(2)  The selection of general members for practice visits must be 
undertaken in accordance with the criteria approved by the Council.
(3)  If the results of a practice visit are unsatisfactory, the Competence 
Committee may direct a general member or a group of general 
members to undertake any one or more of the following:
	(a)	correct any problems identified in the practice visit;
	(b)	complete specific continuing competence requirements or 
professional development activities within a specified time;
	(c)	complete examinations, testing, assessments, training, work 
experience, education or counselling;
	(d)	practise under the supervision of another general member for 
a specified period of time;
	(e)	limit their practice to specified professional services, 
restricted activities or practice settings;
	(f)	refrain from practising specified professional services, 
restricted activities or in specified practice settings;
	(g)	limit supervision of one or more of the following:
	(i)	dental hygienists;
	(ii)	students of dental hygiene;
	(iii)	regulated members of other colleges;
	(iv)	students of other regulated professions;
	(h)	report to the Competence Committee on specified matters on 
specified dates.
Alternative Complaint Resolution
Process conductor
22   When a complainant and an investigated person have agreed to 
enter into an alternative complaint resolution process, the Complaints 
Director must appoint an individual to conduct the alternative 
complaint resolution process.
Agreement
23   The person conducting the alternative complaint resolution 
process must, in consultation with the complainant and the investigated 
person, establish the procedures for and objectives of the alternative 
complaint resolution process, which must be set out in writing and 
signed by the complainant, the investigated person, and the 
representative of the College.
Confidentiality
24   Subject to sections 59 and 60 of the Act, the complainant and the 
investigated person must agree to treat all information presented during 
the alternative complaint resolution process as confidential.
Leaving the process
25   The complainant or the investigated person may withdraw from 
the alternative complaint resolution process at any time.
Reinstatement of Registration 
and Practice Permits
Applying for reinstatement
26(1)  A person whose registration and practice permit have been 
cancelled under Part 4 of the Act may apply in writing to the Registrar 
to have the registration reinstated and the practice permit reissued.
(2)  An application under subsection (1) may not be made earlier than
	(a)	5 years from the date of cancellation, or
	(b)	one year after the refusal of an application under section 
27(3)(a).
(3)  An applicant under subsection (1) must provide evidence to the 
Registrar of qualifications for registration.
Review and decision
27(1)  An application under section 26 must be reviewed by the 
Registrar or the Registration Committee.
(2)  When reviewing an application under section 26, the Registrar or 
the Registration Committee must
	(a)	consider the record of the hearing at which the applicant's 
registration and practice permit were cancelled, and
	(b)	consider whether
	(i)	the applicant meets the current requirements for 
registration,
	(ii)	any conditions imposed at the time the applicant's 
registration and practice permit were cancelled have 
been met, and
	(iii)	the applicant is fit to practise dental hygiene and does 
not pose a risk to public safety.
(3)  The Registrar or the Registration Committee, on reviewing an 
application, may make one or more of the following orders:
	(a)	an order denying the application;
	(b)	an order to reinstate the person's registration and reissue the 
person's practice permit;
	(c)	an order to impose specified conditions on the person's 
practice permit;
	(d)	an order directing the person making the application to pay 
any or all of the College's expenses incurred in respect of the 
application as provided for in the bylaws;
	(e)	any order that the Registrar or Registration Committee 
considers necessary for the protection of the public.
Review of decision
28(1)  An applicant whose application is denied or on whose practice 
permit conditions have been imposed under section 27 may apply to 
the Council for a review of the decision of the Registrar or Registration 
Committee.
(2)  Sections 31 and 32 of the Act apply to a review under subsection 
(1).
Access to decisions
29(1)  The Registrar or Registration Committee, under section 27(3), 
and the Council, under section 28(1), may order that its decision be 
published in a manner it considers appropriate.
(2)  The College must make the decisions under sections 27(3) and 
28(1) available for 5 years to the public on request.
Titles
Titles, abbreviations
30(1)  Subject to any order made under Part 4 of the Act, a ratified 
settlement or any conditions on the practice permit imposed under 
section 12 or an order made under section 27 or 28, a general member 
and a courtesy member may use one or more of the following titles and 
abbreviations:
	(a)	registered dental hygienist;
	(b)	dental hygienist;
	(c)	RDH;
	(d)	DH.
(2)  A general member and a courtesy member may use the words 
"registered", "regulated" and the phrase "regulated health 
professional".
(3)  A general member and a courtesy member who holds a doctorate 
degree in dental hygiene from a program approved by the Council 
may, alone or in conjunction with other words in connection with 
providing a health service, use one or both of the following title and 
abbreviation:
	(a)	Doctor;
	(b)	Dr.
Information
Requested information
31(1)  An applicant for registration, a general member and a courtesy 
member must provide the following information in addition to that 
required under section 33(3) of the Act, on the initial application for 
registration, when there are any changes to the information or at the 
request of the Registrar:
	(a)	full legal name, and if applicable, previous surnames;
	(b)	gender;
	(c)	date of birth;
	(d)	home address, telephone number, e-mail address and fax 
number;
	(e)	academic and practical training qualifications;
	(f)	name of the academic institution from which the member 
graduated;
	(g)	year of graduation;
	(h)	place of employment;
	(i)	employer's name, address, telephone number, e-mail address 
and fax number;
	(j)	type of facility in which the regulated member practises;
	(k)	job title and position description;
	(l)	number of working hours employed in the practice of dental 
hygiene for the previous year;
	(m)	employment history;
	(n)	area of practice and specialities;
	(o)	languages in which the member can provide professional 
service;
	(p)	other jurisdictions in which the member is registered to 
practise dental hygiene;
	(q)	whether the member is a registered member of another health 
profession and whether the member is providing professional 
services regulated by that profession's College.
(2)  Subject to section 34(1) of the Act, the College may disclose the 
information collected under subsection (1)
	(a)	with the consent of the general member or courtesy member 
whose information it is, or
	(b)	in a summarized or statistical form so that it is not possible to 
relate the information to any particular identifiable person.
Section 119 information
32   The periods of time during which the College is to provide 
information under section 119(4) of the Act are as follows:
	(a)	information referred to in section 33(3) of the Act entered in 
a register for a general member or a courtesy member, while 
the member is registered as a regulated member of the 
College and for 2 years after ceasing to be registered, except 
for the information referred to in section 33(3)(h) of the Act;
	(b)	information referred to in section 119(1) of the Act 
respecting
	(i)	the suspension of a general member's or a courtesy 
member's practice permit, while the suspension is in 
effect and for 5 years after the period of suspension has 
expired,
	(ii)	the cancellation of a general member's or a courtesy 
member's practice permit for 5 years after the 
cancellation,
	(iii)	the conditions imposed on a general member's or a 
courtesy member's practice permit, while the conditions 
are in effect,
	(iv)	the directions made that a general member or a courtesy 
member cease providing professional services, while the 
directions are in effect, and
	(v)	the imposition of a reprimand or fine under Part 4 of the 
Act, for 5 years after the imposition of the reprimand or 
fine;
	(c)	information as to whether a hearing is scheduled to be held 
under Part 4 of the Act with respect to a named general 
member or courtesy member, until the hearing is concluded;
	(d)	information respecting
	(i)	whether a hearing has been held under Part 4 of the Act 
with respect to a named general member or courtesy 
member, for 5 years from the date the hearing is 
concluded, and
	(ii)	a decision and a record of the hearing referred to in 
section 85(3) of the Act of a hearing held under Part 4 
of the Act, for 5 years after the date the hearing tribunal 
rendered its decision.
Transitional Provisions, Repeals 
and Coming into Force
Transitional
33   On coming into force of this Regulation, a registered member 
described in section 6 of Schedule 5 to the Act is deemed to be entered 
on the general register.
Repeal
34   The Dental Hygienists Regulation (AR 302/96) is repealed.
Coming into force
35   This Regulation comes into force on the coming into force of 
Schedule 5 to the Health Professions Act.


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Alberta Regulation 256/2006
Drug-endangered Children Act
DRUG-ENDANGERED CHILDREN REGULATION
Filed: October 25, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 511/2006) 
on October 25, 2006 pursuant to section 6 of the Drug-endangered Children Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definition
	2	Practice and procedure
	3	Non-compliance with this Regulation
	4	Forms
	5	Expiry
	6	Coming into force 
 
Schedule
Definition
1   In this Regulation, "Act" means the Drug-endangered Children 
Act.
Practice and procedure
2   In any matter not provided for in the Act or this Regulation, a judge 
of the Court or a justice of the peace may
	(a)	follow the Alberta Rules of Court (AR 390/68) and the 
procedures of the Court of Queen's Bench, and
	(b)	give directions respecting any practice or procedure in the 
Court or when hearing an application under the Act.
Non-compliance with this Regulation
3(1)  Unless a judge of the Court or a justice of the peace so directs, 
non-compliance with this Regulation does not render any action or 
proceeding void.
(2)  Despite subsection (1), a judge of the Court or a justice of the 
peace may direct that the action or proceeding be set aside or amended 
or otherwise dealt with.
(3)  No proceeding shall be defeated on the ground of an alleged defect 
in form.
Forms
4   The forms to be used in an application under the Act are the forms 
in the Schedule.
Expiry
5   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for 
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be 
repassed in its present or an amended form following a review, this 
Regulation expires on July 31, 2016.
Coming into force
6   This Regulation comes into force on the coming into force of the 
Drug-endangered Children Act.
Schedule 
 
Form 1
In the Provincial Court of Alberta 
In the Matter of
                                                                   , born    (yyyy/mm/dd)   
                                                                   , born    (yyyy/mm/dd)   
                                                                   , born    (yyyy/mm/dd)   
A Child within the Meaning of  
the Drug-endangered Children Act
Heard Before
-   The Honourable Judge 
                                                       	   (specify day)    day, the
-   Justice of the Peace	       (number)         day of 
                                                      	      (month)      ,   (year)   
at                                      , Alberta.
Facsimile of 
Apprehension Order
-             (name of applicant)          authorized by a director
-             (name of applicant)         , a police officer,
has applied for an order authorizing the apprehension of the child;
AND upon being satisfied that the requirements of section 2 of the Act 
have been complied with;
AND the applicant has reasonable and probable grounds to believe that 
the child is a drug-endangered child;
IT IS ORDERED THAT the director or a police officer may apprehend 
the child forthwith;
IT IS ORDERED THAT a director or police officer, or    (name)   , 
may enter                            (place or premises)                                , 
using force if necessary, in order to search for and apprehend the child.
	   (name of Judge or Justice of the Peace - please PRINT)   
Form 2 
 
Application for an Apprehension Order
	Docket #                           
In the Provincial Court of Alberta 
In the Matter of an Application under section 2 
of the Drug-endangered Children Act
Regarding the child
                                                                   , born    (yyyy/mm/dd)   
                                                                   , born    (yyyy/mm/dd)   
                                                                   , born    (yyyy/mm/dd)   
1  My name is           (name of applicant)          .
-  I have the authority to act for a director.
-  I am a police officer.
Application
2  I am applying for an order
-	authorizing the director to apprehend the child
-	authorizing a police officer to apprehend the child
-	authorizing the director or a police officer or *                     to 
enter, by force if necessary, the place or premises specified in 
my affidavit below, and to search for and apprehend the child
(* Fill in this space only if someone who is not a director's delegate will be 
entering the premises.)
Affidavit
3  In support of my application, I make oath and say that
-	I have reasonable and probable grounds to believe that the 
child is a drug-endangered child because 
                                                                                                    
                                                                                                    
                                                                .
-	I have reasonable and probable grounds to believe that the 
child may be found at the following address:
                                        (address)	
                                        (address)	
-	An application for an apprehension order regarding the child 
was previously applied for and denied on    (yyyy/mm/dd)   .
   (Applicant's signature)   	                (yyyy/mm/dd)   
SWORN BEFORE ME at       (city or town)       
in the Province of Alberta on    (yyyy/mm/dd)    
	 
           (Commissioner for Oaths)



Alberta Regulation 257/2006
Government Organization Act
DESIGNATION AND TRANSFER OF RESPONSIBILITY 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 25, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 515/2006) 
on October 25, 2006 pursuant to section 16 of the Government Organization Act. 
1  The Designation and Transfer of Responsibility 
Regulation (AR 44/2001) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 3(1) is amended by repealing clause (gg).

3   Section 4 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1) by repealing clause (g);
	(b)	by adding the following after subsection (1.3):
(1.4)  The responsibility for the Social Care Facilities 
Licensing Act is transferred to the common responsibility of the 
Minister of Children's Services and the Minister of Seniors and 
Community Supports.

4   Section 12(1) is amended by repealing clause (y).

5   Section 14.1(1) is amended by repealing clause (b).


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Alberta Regulation 258/2006
Alberta Capital Finance Authority Act
ALBERTA CAPITAL FINANCE AUTHORITY REGULATION
Filed: October 25, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 518/2006) 
on October 25, 2006 pursuant to section 35 of the Alberta Capital Finance Authority 
Act. 
Financial services
1   In addition to the financial services referred to in section 21(a) and 
(b) of the Alberta Capital Finance Authority Act, the Alberta Capital 
Finance Authority is authorized to provide the following financial 
services:
	(a)	the financing of existing capital projects, public works, 
buildings or other structures;
	(b)	the refinancing of existing or on-going capital projects, 
public works, buildings or other structures.
Expiry
2   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 259/2006
Insurance Act
AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT INSURANCE BENEFITS 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 25, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 520/2006) 
on October 25, 2006 pursuant to section 629 of the Insurance Act. 
1   The Automobile Accident Insurance Benefits 
Regulations (AR 352/72) are amended by this Regulation.

2   Schedule "A", Section B - Accident Benefits, Subsection 
2 - Death, Grief Counselling, Funeral and Total Disability is 
amended
	(a)	in Part 1 - Death, Grief Counselling and Funeral 
Benefits,
	(i)	by striking out "A Subject to" and substituting 
"Subject to";
	(ii)	by striking out "to the amount of $2000" and 
substituting "to the amount of $5000";
	(b)	in Part II - Total Disability, under the heading 
"Amount of Weekly Benefit-"
	(i)	in clause (a) by striking out "$300 per week" and 
substituting "$400 per week";
	(ii)	by striking out "an insured person who is not" and 
substituting "an insured person who is 18 years of 
age or over and who is not";
	(iii)	by striking out "receive $100" and substituting 
"receive $135";
	(c)	in Part II - Total Disability, under the heading 
"Subsection 2(A) - Supplemented Benefits 
Respecting Accidents Occurring Outside Alberta in 
a No-fault Jurisdiction" by striking out "2A(1)" and 
substituting "(1)".

3   This Regulation comes into force on March 1, 2007 and 
applies in respect of accidents involving an automobile that 
occur on or after that date.


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Alberta Regulation 260/2006
Insurance Act
MINOR INJURY AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 25, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 521/2006) 
on October 25, 2006 pursuant to section 650.1 of the Insurance Act. 
1   The Minor Injury Regulation (AR 123/2004) is amended 
by this Regulation.

2   Section 1 is amended by adding the following after 
clause (h):
	(h.1)	"minor injury amount" means the total amount recoverable 
under section 6 as damages for non-pecuniary loss for all 
minor injuries sustained by a claimant as a result of an 
accident;

3   Section 6 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Damages recoverable for non-pecuniary 
loss for minor injuries
6(1)  In this section, "Alberta CPI" means the Consumer Price 
Index for Alberta published by Statistics Canada.
(2)  Subject to this section and section 7(2)(a), for the purposes of 
section 650.1(2) of the Act, the total amount recoverable as 
damages for non-pecuniary loss for all minor injuries sustained by 
a claimant as a result of an accident is $4000.
(3)  For the 2007 and subsequent calendar years, the minor injury 
amount shall be increased annually, with effect from January 1, by 
an amount equal to
	(a)	the minor injury amount for the previous calendar year,
multiplied by
	(b)	the annual change in the Alberta CPI, determined in 
accordance with subsection (4) and rounded to 1/10 of a 
percentage point.
(4)  For the purposes of subsection (3)(b), the change in the 
Alberta CPI is the amount determined by the formula
 
where
X	is the annual change in the Alberta CPI;
A	is the sum of the 12 individual monthly Alberta CPI indexes 
for the 12-month period ending on September 30 of the 
calendar year that ended before the commencement of the 
calendar year for which the increase is being calculated;
B	is the sum of the 12 individual monthly Alberta CPI indexes 
for the 12-month period immediately preceding the 
12-month period referred to in A.
(5)  If the annual change is a negative number, that negative 
number shall be treated as if it were zero.
(6)  The minor injury amount for a calendar year after 2006 applies 
only in respect of accidents that occur during that calendar year.
(7)  The Superintendent shall publish the following information in 
The Alberta Gazette before the end of each calendar year:
	(a)	the minor injury amount for the following calendar 
year;
	(b)	the Superintendent's calculation of that amount.

4   Section 7(2) is amended by striking out "$4000" wherever 
it occurs and substituting "the minor injury amount".


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Alberta Regulation 261/2006
Insurance Act
AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE PREMIUMS 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 25, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 522/2006) 
on October 25, 2006 pursuant to section 660.2 of the Insurance Act. 
1   The Automobile Insurance Premiums Regulation 
(AR 124/2004) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 3(4) is repealed.

3   Schedule 1, section 1(1)(a) is amended
	(a)	by striking out "but does not include";
	(b)	by repealing subclauses (iii) and (iv).

4   Schedule 1, section 1(1)(c) is amended by adding "within 
the previous 15 years before the date on which the application for basic 
coverage is made" after "combined time".

5   Schedule 1, section 5(3) is amended by striking out "to a 
maximum of 15 years' driving experience,".

6   Schedule 1, section 6(1)(b) is amended in the description 
of element B by striking out "for driving convictions".

7   Schedule 3, section 2 is amended by adding the 
following after subsection (4):
(5)  The base premium effective November 1, 2005, as changed by 
the Board in accordance with subsections (2)(a), (3) and (4), is as 
follows:

Policyholder's 
choice of 
coverage
Territory

Edmonton 
territory
Calgary 
territory
Rest of 
Alberta 
territory
$200 000
$1616
$1528
$1222
$250 000
$1668
$1577
$1262
$300 000
$1704
$1611
$1289
$400 000
$1762
$1665
$1332
$500 000
$1806
$1707
$1366
$750 000
$1845
$1744
$1395
$1 million
$1901
$1797
$1438
$2 million
$2072
$1959
$1567
(6)  The base premium effective November 1, 2006, as changed by 
the Board in accordance with subsections (2)(b), (3) and (4), is as 
follows:

Policyholder's 
choice of 
coverage
Territory

Edmonton 
territory
Calgary 
territory
Rest of 
Alberta 
territory
$200 000
$1567
$1524
$1220
$250 000
$1618
$1574
$1259
$300 000
$1653
$1607
$1286
$400 000
$1709
$1662
$1330
$500 000
$1751
$1704
$1363
$750 000
$1789
$1740
$1392
$1 million
$1844
$1793
$1435
$2 million
$2009
$1955
$1564

8   Schedule 4 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Schedule 4  
Surcharges for At-fault Accidents  
and Driving Convictions
Surcharges for driving convictions
1(1)  The total of the percentages determined under subsections (2) 
and (3) is the percentage to be included in element B of the 
formula described in Schedule 1, section 6(1).
(2)  A percentage is to be determined for a driver in accordance 
with Table 1 for each of the following:
	(a)	for serious traffic safety convictions on a driver's 
abstract within the 3 years before the effective date of 
basic coverage or renewal of basic coverage;
	(b)	for traffic safety convictions on a driver's abstract 
within the 3 years before the effective date of basic 
coverage or renewal of basic coverage;
	(c)	for criminal code convictions on a driver's abstract 
within the 4 years before the effective date of basic 
coverage or renewal of basic coverage.
(3)  A percentage is to be determined for a driver in accordance 
with Table 2 for a driver who in the 3 years before the application 
for basic coverage has had 2 or more at-fault claims.
Table 1 


Number of 
convictions
Surcharge for

Traffic 
safety 
convictions
Serious 
traffic safety  
convictions
Criminal Code 
convictions
1
0%
25%
300%
2
25%
50%
450%
3
35%
100%




For each additional 
conviction, add 
150 percentage 
points to the 
immediately 
preceding 
percentage
4
50%
200%

5
75%
400%

6
100%
800%

7 or 
more
For each 
additional 
conviction, 
double the 
immediately 
preceding 
percentage 
For each 
additional 
conviction, 
double the 
immediately 
preceding 
percentage 

Table 2 

Surcharge for at-fault claims in a 3-year period
Number of at-fault claims
Percentage to be added
2
30%
For each additional at-fault claim, add 15 percentage points to the 
immediately preceding percentage
Definitions
2   In this Schedule,
	(a)	"at-fault claim" means at-fault claim as defined in 
Schedule 1;
	(b)	"criminal code conviction" means a conviction for an 
offence under section 130 of the National Defence Act 
(Canada) or for any of the following offences under the 
Criminal Code (Canada):


Description of offence
(for convenience of reference only)
Criminal 
Code 
Section 
Number
1
Criminal negligence causing death committed by 
means of a motor vehicle
220
2
Criminal negligence causing bodily harm committed 
by means of a motor vehicle
221
3
Manslaughter committed by means of a motor 
vehicle
236
4
Dangerous operation of a motor vehicle
249(1)
5
Dangerous operation of a motor vehicle causing 
bodily harm
249(3)
6
Dangerous operation of a motor vehicle causing 
death
249(4)
7
Failing to stop a motor vehicle while being pursued 
by peace officer
249.1(1)
8
Failing to stop a motor vehicle causing bodily harm 
or death while being pursued by peace officer
249.1(3)
9
Failing to stop at scene of accident
252(1)
10
Failing to stop at scene of accident knowing bodily 
harm has been caused
252(1.2)
11
Failing to stop at scene of accident knowing death 
has been caused or reckless re bodily harm causing 
death
252(1.3)
12
Impaired driving or over .08
253
13
Failing or refusing to provide a blood or breath 
sample on demand
254
14
Impaired driving causing bodily harm
255(2)
15
Impaired driving causing death
255(3)
16
Operating a motor vehicle while disqualified
259(4)
	(c)	"driver abstract" means the abstract of the driving 
record referred to in section 5(1) of the Access to Motor 
Vehicle Information Regulation (AR 140/2003) or a 
similar document of another province or territory in 
Canada;
	(d)	"serious traffic safety conviction" means a conviction 
for any of the following offences under the Traffic 
Safety Act, or a conviction for an offence that is 
substantially similar under an enactment of Canada, 
other than the Criminal Code (Canada), or of another 
province or territory: 


Description of offence 
(for convenience of 
 reference only)
Enactment and 
section number


Traffic 
Safety Act
Use of 
Highway 
and Rules 
of the 
Road 
Regulation
1
Failing to remain at scene of accident
69(1)

2
Driver failing to make accident report
71(1)

3
Improper passing in school zone or 
playground zone

8
4
Drive a motor vehicle during a 
prohibited period of time
51(g)

5
Novice driver - presence of alcohol 
suspension
90(4)(c) and 
(d)

6
Speeding in school zone or playground 
zone
107(2) and 
108(1)(h)

7
Speeding (general) - exceeding limit 
by more than 50 kph
115(2)(p)

8
Speeding (construction zone) - 
exceeding limit by more than 50 kph
115(2)(p.1) 
and (p.2)

9
Speeding (passing emergency vehicle) 
- exceeding limit by more than 50 kph
115(2)(t)

10
Speeding (flashing yellow light 
crossing) - exceeding limit by more 
than 50 kph

53(5)(c)
11
Careless driving
115(2)(b)

12
Racing
115(2)(c)

13
Driving on a bet or wager
115(2)(d)

14
Failing to stop for a school bus

72(1)
15
Driving while unauthorized
94(2)

16
Failing to stop school bus, vehicle 
carrying explosives, etc. at 
uncontrolled railway crossing

42(5)
17
Failing to stop for a peace officer
166(2)

	(e)	"traffic safety conviction" means a conviction for any of the 
following offences under the Traffic Safety Act, or a 
conviction for an offence that is substantially similar under 
an enactment of Canada, other than the Criminal Code 
(Canada), or of another province or territory: 


Description of offence 
(for convenience of 
 reference only)
Enactment and 
section number


Traffic 
Safety 
Act
Use of 
Highway 
and Rules 
of the 
Road 
Regulation
1
Speeding - unreasonable rate of speed

2(1)(a)
2
Speeding (general) - exceeding limit by up 
to 15 kph
115(2)(p)

3
Speeding (construction zone) - exceeding 
limit by up to 15 kph
115(2)(p.1) 
and (p.2)

4
Speeding (passing emergency vehicle) - 
exceeding limit by up to 15 kph
115(2)(t)

5
Speeding (flashing yellow light crossing) - 
exceeding limit by up to 15 kph

53(5)(c)
6
Speeding (general) - exceeding limit by 
over 15 but not more than 30 kph
115(2)(p)

7
Speeding (construction zone) - exceeding 
limit by over 15 but not more than 30 kph
115(2)(p.1) 
and (p.2)

8
Speeding (passing emergency vehicle) - 
exceeding limit by over 15 but not more 
than 30 kph
115(2)(t)

9
Speeding (flashing yellow light crossing) - 
exceeding limit by over 15 but not more 
than 30 kph

53(5)(c)
10
Speeding (general) - exceeding limit by 
over 30 but not more than 50 kph
115(2)(p)

11
Speeding (construction zone) - exceeding 
limit by over 30 but not more than 50 kph
115(2)(p.1) 
and (p.2)

12
Speeding (passing emergency vehicle) - 
exceeding limit by over 30 but not more 
than 50 kph
115(2)(t)

13
Speeding (flashing yellow light crossing) - 
exceeding limit by over 30 but not more 
than 50 kph

53(5)(c)
14
Following too close

18
15
Failing to notify owner 
   (a)  of an unattended vehicle 
         damaged in accident 
   (b)  of property damaged in 
         accident
 
69(2)(a) 
 
69(2)(b)

16
Failing to stop, etc. when meeting oncoming 
vehicle on narrow roadway

14
17
Passing on hill or curve or near railway 
crossing

19(1)
18
Passing on left when view obstructed or 
traffic present on left side of highway

20
19
Failing to pass on left in safe manner or 
failing to return to right side of roadway in 
safe manner

21(1)
20
Overtaking another vehicle by driving off 
the roadway, in a parking lane or when 
unsafe

23
21
Passing another vehicle stopped at 
crosswalk

41(2)
22
Driving left of centre line

12(1)
23
Driving wrong way on one-way highway

17
24
Impeding passing vehicle

21(2)
25
Impeding passing vehicle - multi-lane 
highway

22(2)(b)
26
Failing to yield right of way to a vehicle 
   (a)  at an intersection, or turning 
         left unsafely
   (b)  at yield sign 
   (c)  in traffic circle
   (d)  at merge sign 
   (e)  at green light or green arrow
   (f)  at flashing yellow light

 
34 
 
39 
40 
50, 51 
52(1), (3)-(5) 
53(3)
27
Failing to yield right of way to a pedestrian 
   (a)  at an alley entrance or driveway
   (b)  in a crosswalk
   (c)  at a green light or green arrow
   (d)  at flashing yellow light at
         intersection
   (e)  at flashing yellow light 
          not at intersection
   (f)  at flashing yellow light with zone 
          sign or symbol


36(3) 
41(1) 
52(1)-(5) 
53(3) 
 
53(4) 
 
53(5)(d)
28
Failing to stop 
   (a)  before entering highway
   (b)  at a stop sign
   (c)  for an emergency vehicle
         sounding siren
   (d)  at railway crossing when a train 
          is approaching
   (e)  within prescribed distance from 
          railway when stop sign
   (f)  at yellow light at intersection
   (g)  at yellow light not at intersection
   (h)  at red light at intersection
   (i)  at red light not at intersection
   (j)  at flashing red light at intersection
   (k)  at flashing red light not at 
          intersection

 
36(2) 
37 
65(1) 
 
42(2) 
 
42(4)(a) 
 
53(1) 
53(2) 
54(1)(a) 
54(4) 
54(5)(a) 
54(6)(a)
29
Unauthorized following within 150 metres 
of emergency vehicle sounding siren or with 
flashing lights or both

65(2)
30
Driving around barrier at railway crossing

42(3)
31
Proceeding when unsafe 
   (a)  after stopping at intersection
   (b)  after stopping for stop sign at 
          railway crossing
   (c)  after stopping for school bus
   (d)  after stopping for red light at 
         intersection
   (e)  after stopping for flashing red 
          light at intersection
   (f)  after stopping for flashing red 
          light not at intersection

 
38 
42(4)(b) 
 
72(2) 
54(1)(b)
 
54(5)(b) 
 
54(6)(b)
32
Stunting
115(2)(f)

33
Traffic lane violation 
   (a)  slow moving vehicle in incorrect 
          lane
   (b)  driving at less than maximum 
          speed in designated fast lane 
          outside an urban area
   (c)  improperly crossing solid or 
          broken lines or driving 
          improperly on left side of 
          broken lines on 2-way highway
   (d)  making unsafe lane change
   (e)  failing to drive in centre of 
          marked lane
   (f)  occupying 2 lanes
   (g)  improperly driving in centre 
          lane of 3 lane highway
   (h)  driving in lane marked with "X"

 
3 
 
2(1)(b) 
 
 
15(1) 
 
 
 
15(4) 
15(5) 
 
15(6) 
16(1) 
 
27(4)
34
Failing to obey instruction of traffic control 
device

57
35
Slow driving impeding or blocking traffic

2(1)(c)
36
Driving at less than minimum speed
115(2)(q)

37
Failing to obey direction of peace officer to 
increase speed, etc.

2(4)
38
Failing to signal 
   (a)  when changing lanes
   (b)  when turning left or right
   (c)  when stopping

 
15(2) 
24 
35
39
Failing to make proper signal when starting, 
turning or changing the course or direction 
of a vehicle or stopping a vehicle on a 
highway

9(b)
40
Improper turns  
   (a)  when turning right
   (b)  when turning left
   (c)  failing to obey traffic control 
         device
   (d)  making U-turn unsafely or 
         where prohibited
   (e)  making U-turn with a school 
          bus where prohibited

 
25 
26 
27(1), (2) 
 
29, 30 
 
31
41
Backing up vehicle unsafely or where 
prohibited

32, 33
42
Fail to ascertain sufficient space for 
movement

9(a)

9   This Regulation applies to an application for basic 
coverage made on or after January 1, 2007 and to an 
application for a renewal of basic coverage made on or after 
February 1, 2007.


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Alberta Regulation 262/2006
Public Sector Pension Plans Act
PUBLIC SECTOR PENSION PLANS (LEGISLATIVE PROVISIONS) 
(MISCELLANEOUS CHANGES, 2006) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 25, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 525/2006) 
on October 25, 2006 pursuant to section 12 of Schedules 1, 2, 4, 5 and 6 of the Public 
Sector Pension Plans Act. 
1   The Public Sector Pension Plans (Legislative Provisions) 
Regulation (AR 365/93) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 13(3) is amended by striking out "2006" and 
substituting "2007".

3   Section 21(1) is amended by changing the reference at 
the beginning of clause (l) from "(l)" to "(m)", by changing 
the reference at the beginning of clause (m) from "(m)" to 
"(l)" and by reversing the order accordingly.

4   Section 4.1(3) of each of Schedules 1, 2, 4 and 5 are 
amended by striking out "exclusive accounting practice, within 
the meaning of the Chartered Accountants Act" and substituting 
"public accounting practice, within the meaning of the Regulated 
Accounting Profession Act".

5   Schedule 1 is amended in section 25 by striking out "31" 
and substituting "35".

6   Schedule 4 is amended in section 2.1 by adding the 
following after clause (b):
	(b.1)	cost-of-living increases for pensions referred to in section 
4(1)(j) and (9) of the Act Schedule, including calculations of 
commuted values that include the value of such increases,

7   Section 2.1(b.1) of Schedule 4, as incorporated by 
section 6, is repealed one day after the Special Forces 
Pension Plan (COLA Increases 2006) Amendment 
Regulation comes into force.


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Alberta Regulation 263/2006
Public Sector Pension Plans Act
SPECIAL FORCES PENSION PLAN (COLA INCREASES 2006) 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 25, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 526/2006) 
on October 25, 2006 jointly with the Special Forces Pension Board  pursuant to 
section 4 of Schedule 4 of the Public Sector Pension Plans Act. 
1   The Special Forces Pension Plan (AR 369/93) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 34.1 is amended by adding the following after 
subsection (4):
(4.1)  Calculations of commuted values under Subdivisions B of 
Divisions 1, 2 and 3 are to include the value of post-1991 COLA 
benefits whose amount has been set by Subdivision B of Division 4 
with effect from a time that is prior to the time as of which the 
benefit is determined.

3   Sections 77 and 78 are repealed with effect as at the end 
of August 1996.

4   Section 78.1 is repealed with total retroactive effect and 
is deemed never to have been enacted.

5   The following is added before Division 5:
Cost-of-living increases
78.2(1)  Pension increases under this section are to be calculated 
by reference to cost-of-living increases in accordance with section 
75(3) to (6), with the reference in section 75(5) to section 80 being 
deemed a reference to section 93.
(2)  Without limiting subsection (1), increases under this section 
are to be applied to the periods
	(a)	of postponement under section 54, and
	(b)	between termination and the commencement of deferred 
pensions under section 72(d).
(3)  Pensions are increased relative to that part of the pensions that 
is payable with respect to pensionable service from January 1, 
1992 to December 31, 1995.
(4)  Subsections (1), (2) and (3) are to be treated as having come 
into force on January 1, 1997.
(5)  Pensions are increased relative to that part of the pensions that 
is payable with respect to pensionable service from January 1, 
1996 to December 31, 1998.
(6)  Subsection (5) is to be treated as having come into force on 
January 1, 1999.
(7)  Pensions are increased relative to that part of the pensions that 
is payable with respect to pensionable service from January 1, 
1999 to December 31, 2000.
(8)  Subsection (7) is to be treated as having come into force on 
January 1, 2006.

6   Form 1 of Schedule 1 is amended
	(a)	by repealing paragraph 3 and substituting the 
following:
3.	I understand that if in fact I am the pensioner's pension 
partner at pension commencement, the Plan requires that 
the pensioner take a form of pension which, if the 
pensioner dies before I do, will continue to be paid to me 
for my lifetime in an amount equal to 65% of the amount 
that would have been payable to the pensioner had we 
both continued to live.  This means that if the pensioner 
starts to receive a pension and dies before I do, survivor 
payments equal to 65% of that amount will continue to 
me for my lifetime.
	(b)	in paragraph 5 by striking out "minimum 2/3 joint and".

7   Sections 1 and 2 are deemed to have come into force on 
January 1, 1997.


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Alberta Regulation 264/2006
Municipal Government Act
ELECTRIC ENERGY GENERATION EXEMPTION REGULATION
Filed: October 25, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 548/2006) 
on October 25, 2006 pursuant to section 603 of the Municipal Government Act. 
Electric power systems exempt from taxation
1   Notwithstanding sections 358, 359.1(4) and 359.2(4) of the Act, the 
Minister may in respect of a taxation year, to any extent the Minister 
considers appropriate, exempt electric power systems intended for or 
used in the generation of electricity from taxation for the purpose of 
raising revenue needed to pay the requisitions referred to in section 
326(a)(ii) and (iii) of the Act.
Repeal
2   The Electric Energy Generation Exemption Regulation 
(AR 171/2004) is repealed.
Expiry
3   This Regulation is made under section 603(1) of the Act and is 
subject to repeal under section 603(2) of the Act.
Coming into force
4   This Regulation comes into force on January 1, 2007.


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Alberta Regulation 265/2006
Municipal Government Act
EXTENSION OF LINEAR PROPERTY REGULATION
Filed: October 25, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 549/2006) 
on October 25, 2006 pursuant to section 603 of the Municipal Government Act. 
Linear property includes electric power system
1   Notwithstanding section 284(1)(k)(i) of the Act, linear property is 
to be construed as including an electric power system intended for or 
used in the generation of electricity owned or operated by a person 
whose rates are not controlled or set by the Public Utilities Board or by 
a municipality or under the Small Power Research and Development 
Act but not including, unless the Minister otherwise directs, an electric 
power system that is owned or operated by a person generating or 
proposing to generate electricity solely for the person's own use.
Repeal
2   The Extension of Linear Property Regulation (AR 172/2004) is 
repealed.
Expiry
3   This Regulation is made under section 603(1) of the Act and is 
subject to repeal under section 603(2) of the Act.
Coming into force
4   This Regulation comes into force on January 1, 2007.


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Alberta Regulation 266/2006
Provincial Court Act 
Court of Queen's Bench Act
PROVINCIAL COURT JUDGES AND MASTERS IN CHAMBERS 
COMPENSATION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 25, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 555/2006) 
on October 25, 2006 pursuant to section 9.52 of the Provincial Court Act and section 
16 of the Court of Queen's Bench Act. 
1   The Provincial Court Judges and Masters in Chambers 
Compensation Regulation (AR 176/98) is amended by this 
Regulation.

2   Section 1 is amended by adding the following after 
subsection (3):
(3.1)  For the period April 1, 2003 to March 31, 2004,
	(a)	the salary to be paid to the Chief Judge is $215 000 per 
year,
	(b)	the salary to be paid to an assistant chief judge is 
$207 500 per year, and
	(c)	the salary to be paid to the other full-time judges is 
$200 000 per year.
(3.2)  For the period April 1, 2004 to March 31, 2005,
	(a)	the salary to be paid to the Chief Judge is $225 000 per 
year,
	(b)	the salary to be paid to an assistant chief judge is 
$217 500 per year, and
	(c)	the salary to be paid to the other full-time judges is 
$210 000 per year.
(3.3)  For the period April 1, 2005 to March 31, 2006,
	(a)	the salary to be paid to the Chief Judge is $235 000 per 
year,
	(b)	the salary to be paid to an assistant chief judge is 
$227 500 per year, and
	(c)	the salary to be paid to the other full-time judges is 
$220 000 per year.
(3.4)  For the period April 1, 2006 to March 31, 2009,
	(a)	the salary to be paid to the Chief Judge is $235 000 per 
year,
	(b)	the salary to be paid to an assistant chief judge is 
$227 500 per year, and
	(c)	the salary to be paid to the other full-time judges is 
$220 000 per year.

3   Section 2 is amended
	(a)	by adding the following after subsection (2.1):
(2.2)  For the period April 1, 2003 to March 31, 2004, the 
remuneration to be paid to a supernumerary judge for holding a 
sitting or otherwise acting as a supernumerary judge is $1000 
for each day or partial day.
(2.3)  For the period April 1, 2004 to March 31, 2005, the 
remuneration to be paid to a supernumerary judge for holding a 
sitting or otherwise acting as a supernumerary judge is $1030 
for each day or partial day.
(2.4)  For the period April 1, 2005 to March 31, 2006, the 
remuneration to be paid to a supernumerary judge for holding a 
sitting or otherwise acting as a supernumerary judge is $1060 
for each day or partial day.
(2.5)  For the period April 1, 2006 to March 31, 2009, the 
remuneration to be paid to a supernumerary judge for holding a 
sitting or otherwise acting as a supernumerary judge is $1060 
for each day or partial day.
	(b)	by repealing subsection (3) and substituting the 
following:
(3)  In addition to the remuneration referred to in this section, a 
supernumerary judge is entitled to the remuneration and 
benefits referred to in sections 4 and 5.

4   Schedule 2 is amended
	(a)	in section 1 by repealing clause (k);
	(b)	by repealing section 8(1) and substituting the 
following:
Amount of benefit
8(1)  Effective April 1, 2006, the benefit amount for a 
participant, which is effective on completion of the elimination 
period, is 70% of the monthly salary paid to a judge who is 
performing regular duties, based on the appropriate salary level 
set from time to time pursuant to section 1 of the Provincial 
Court Judges and Masters in Chambers Compensation 
Regulation.
	(c)	by repealing section 8.1.

5   This Regulation is deemed to have come into force on 
April 1, 2006.


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Alberta Regulation 267/2006
Provincial Court Act 
Court of Queen's Bench Act
PROVINCIAL JUDGES AND MASTERS IN CHAMBERS REGISTERED 
AND UNREGISTERED PENSION PLANS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 25, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 556/2006) 
on October 25, 2006 pursuant to section 9.52 of the Provincial Court Act and section 
16 of the Court of Queen's Bench Act. 
1   The Provincial Judges and Masters in Chambers 
Registered and Unregistered Pension Plans (AR 196/2001) 
are amended by this Regulation.

2   Schedule 1 is amended
	(a)	in section 14(1) by repealing clause (b) and 
substituting the following:
	(b)	"highest average salary" means, subject to subsection 
(2), the average of a person's annual salaries,
	(i)	if that person terminated before April 1, 2006, in 
the 5 or, if less than 5, the total number of 
consecutive years (whether before or after or partly 
before and partly after the beginning of 1992) of 
the following service over which the average of the 
salaries was the highest, namely
	(A)	the person's pensionable service, and
	(B)	any further service that would be pensionable 
service but only for its occurring between the 
maximum benefit accrual date and the latest 
pension accrual date,
				or
	(ii)	if that person terminated after March 31, 2006, in 
the 3 or, if less than 3, the total number of 
consecutive years specified in subclause (i);
	(b)	in section 15(1) by repealing clause (b) and 
substituting the following:
	(b)	"highest average capped salary" means, subject to 
subsection (2), the average of a person's annual capped 
salaries,
	(i)	if that person terminated before April 1, 2006,
	(A)	to the extent that the benefit is based on 
pensionable service before April 1, 1998, in 
the 5 or, if less than 5, the total number of 
consecutive years, and
	(B)	to the extent that the benefit is based on 
pensionable service after March 31, 1998, in 
the 3 or, if less than 3, the total number of 
consecutive years,
				or
	(ii)	if that person terminated after March 31, 2006, in 
the 3 or, if less than 3, the total number of 
consecutive years,
		(whether before or after or partly before and partly after 
the beginning of 1992) of the following service over 
which the average of the capped salaries was the 
highest, namely the person's pensionable service and 
any further service that would be pensionable service 
but only for its occurring between the maximum benefit 
accrual date and the latest pension accrual date;

3   Section 15(1) of Schedule 2 is amended by repealing 
clause (b) and substituting the following:
	(b)	"highest average salary" means, subject to subsection (2), the 
average of a person's annual salaries,
	(i)	if that person terminated before April 1, 2006,
	(A)	to the extent that the benefit is based on 
pensionable service before April 1,1998, in the 5 
or, if less than 5, the total number of consecutive 
years, and
	(B)	to the extent that the benefit is based on 
pensionable service after March 31, 1998, in the 3 
or, if less than 3, the total number of consecutive 
years,
			or
	(ii)	if that person terminated after March 31, 2006, in the 3 
or, if less than 3, the total number of consecutive years,
		of the following service over which the average of the 
salaries was the highest, namely the person's pensionable 
service and any further service that would be pensionable 
service but only for its occurring after the maximum benefit 
accrual date;

4   This Regulation is to be treated as having come into 
force at the beginning of April 1, 2006.



Alberta Regulation 268/2006
Wills Act
INTERNATIONAL WILLS REGISTRATION SYSTEM 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 25, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 557/2006) 
on October 25, 2006 pursuant to section 54 of the Wills Act. 
1   The International Wills Registration System Regulation 
(AR 35/97) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 5 is repealed.


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Alberta Regulation 269/2006
Oil and Gas Conservation Act
OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 31, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board on October 
30, 2006 pursuant to section 10(1) of the Oil and Gas Conservation Act. 
1   The Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations (AR 151/71) 
are amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1.020(2) is amended
	(a)	by adding the following after the definition of 
"central part":
3.1.   "coal" means a lithostratigraphic unit having 50% or 
greater by weight organic matter and being thicker than 0.30 
metres;
	(b)	by repealing the definition of "control well" and 
substituting the following:
5.   "control well" means
	(i)	a well that is capable of producing oil, is within a block 
or project and is completed in a drilling spacing unit 
that is contiguous to a drilling spacing unit that contains 
a producing well that is outside the block or project, or
	(ii)	a well with completions only in coal or only in shale 
that is producing gas from coal or shale and that has 
been designated by the Board as a control well pursuant 
to section 7.025;
5.1.   "development entity" means an entity, consisting of 
multiple formations in a specific area described in an order of 
the Board, from which gas may be produced without 
segregation in the well bore in accordance with section 3.051;
	(c)	by adding the following after the definition of 
"segregate":
27.1.   "shale" means a lithostratigraphic unit having less than 
50% by weight organic matter, with
	(i)	less than 10% of the sedimentary clasts having a grain 
size greater than 62.5 micrometres, and
	(ii)	more than 10% of the sedimentary clasts having a grain 
size less than 4 micrometres;

3   Section 2.010(1)(b) is amended by striking out "Guide 
G-56" and substituting "Directive 56".

4   Section 2.020(4)(a) is amended by striking out "Guide 
G-56" and substituting "Directive 56".

5   The following is added after section 3.050:
3.051(1)  In the absence of an approval under section 3.050, a 
licensee may produce gas from all formations in a development 
entity without segregation in the well bore where
	(a)	there are no completions above or below the 
stratigraphic interval of the development entity,
	(b)	anticipated or actual water production is less than 5.0 
cubic metres per well per month if there are completions 
above the base of the groundwater protection,
	(c)	the top of the completions is more than 25 metres below 
the base of any water well within 600 metres of the 
producing well,
	(d)	there is no hydrogen sulphide in the production stream,
	(e)	the licensee has resolved any concerns of lessors or 
lessees of the mineral rights whose rights may be 
directly and adversely affected by the unsegregated 
production,
	(f)	the reservoir pressure of any interval completed for 
production does not exceed 90% of the fracture pressure 
of any other interval completed for production, and
	(g)	there is no production of gas associated with an oil 
accumulation.
(2)  In the absence of an approval under section 3.050, a licensee 
may produce gas from all formations without segregation in the 
well bore, on a self-declared basis, where
	(a)	the criteria set out in subsection (1)(b) to (g) are met,
	(b)	the well is not in a designated oil sands area or in a pool 
that overlaps a designated oil sands area,
	(c)	there is no production of gas from coal or shale outside 
a development entity, and
	(d)	the pools or intervals are not subject to any existing or 
proposed enhanced recovery scheme.
(3)  In the absence of an approval under section 3.050, a licensee 
may produce oil from all formations without segregation in the 
well bore, on a self-declared basis, where
	(a)	the criteria set out in subsection (1)(b) to (f) and 
subsection (2)(b) to (d) are met,
	(b)	there is no production of gas that is not associated with 
an oil accumulation,
	(c)	the oil pools have the same rate administration,
	(d)	there are no oil pools that have associated gas caps that 
have not been approved for concurrent production, and
	(e)	the unsegregated flow rate of every well in the pools 
proposed for commingling is less than 3 cubic metres 
per day when calculated over 3 consecutive months of 
production.
(4)  A licensee shall initially report production from each well 
producing in accordance with this section, using the field and pool 
codes set out by the Board
	(a)	for production in a development entity, or
	(b)	for unsegregated production occurring on a 
self-declared basis.

6   Section 3.060 is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
3.060   A well shall not be completed or operated with casing 
perforated or left open in more than one pool unless
	(a)	such completion or operation occurs in accordance with 
the requirements of section 3.040 or 3.050, or
	(b)	the commingling is in compliance with section 3.051.

7   Section 6.080(2) is amended by striking out "Guide G-8" 
and substituting "Directive 8".

8   Section 6.090 is amended by striking out "Guide G-9" and 
substituting "Directive 9".

9   The following is added after section 7.020:
7.025(1)  A licensee shall not produce gas from coal unless the 
Board has designated
	(a)	a control well that is within 3 kilometres of the 
producing gas well, to measure pressure and production 
in each coal zone, and
	(b)	a control well that is within 5 kilometres of the 
producing gas well, for desorption testing.
(2)  A licensee shall not produce gas from shale unless the Board 
has designated
	(a)	a control well that is within 5 kilometres of the 
producing gas well, to measure pressure and production 
in each shale zone, and
	(b)	a control well that is within 30 kilometres of the 
producing gas well, for desorption testing.
(3)  A licensee shall submit a request to the Board to have control 
wells designated.
(4)  A licensee shall provide information relating to a designated 
control well to the Board in accordance with section 11.145.

10   Section 7.055(2) is amended by striking out "Guide 60" 
and substituting "Directive 60".

11   In the following sections, "Guide 71" is struck out 
wherever it occurs and "Directive 71" is substituted:
section 8.002; 
section 8.003; 
section 8.004; 
section 8.005; 
section 8.006.

12   Section 8.030 is amended by striking out "Guide 55" 
wherever it occurs and substituting "Directive 55".

13   Section 8.050(1) is amended by striking out "Guide 58" 
and substituting "Directive 58".

14   Section 8.051(c) is amended by striking out "Guide 58" 
and substituting "Directive 58".

15   Section 8.052 is amended by striking out "Guide 71" 
wherever it occurs and substituting "Directive 71".

16   Section 8.150 is amended by striking out "Guide 58" 
wherever it occurs and substituting "Directive 58".

17   Section 8.151(4) is amended
	(a)	in clause (a) by striking out "Guide 50" and 
substituting "Directive 50";
	(b)	in clause (b) by striking out "Guide 58" and 
substituting "Directive 58".

18 Section 10.300(1)(a) is amended by striking out "Guide 
G-40" and substituting "Directive 40".

19 The following is added in Part 11 before section 11.010:
11.005   Where a licensee conducts or obtains well tests, analyses, 
surveys, reports or logs, the licensee shall submit all results to the 
Board within the time period specified by the Board.

20  Section 11.010(1) is amended by striking out "Guide 
G-56" and substituting "Directive 56".

21  Section 11.040 is amended by adding the following after 
subsection (2):
(3)  A core analysis to which subsection (2) applies includes an 
analysis on core or cuttings from coal or shale.

22  Section 11.070(2) is amended by striking out "of a well 
which when completed is not within a designated pool," and 
substituting "of a well which, when completed, is not within a 
designated pool or is produced in accordance with section 3.051,".

23  Section 11.102 is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
11.102(1)  The licensee of a well shall conduct and submit to the 
Board tests for all gas and oil wells in accordance with Directive 
40, Pressure and Deliverability Testing Oil and Gas Wells - 
Minimum Requirements and Recommended Practices, as 
published by the Board and amended from time to time.
(2)  Notwithstanding subsection (1), the Board may, on application 
by the licensee of a well, grant relief from any or all of the 
requirements of the Directive referred to in subsection (1).

24  Section 11.140(1)(c) is amended by adding ", including 
flow meter logs and related analysis," after "additional logs".

25  The following is added after section 11.140:
11.145(1)  The licensee of each control well designated under 
section 7.025(1)(a) shall conduct and report to the Board
	(a)	initial segregated pressure, and annual segregated 
pressure in each calendar year thereafter, for each coal 
zone in accordance with Directive 40: Pressure and 
Deliverability Testing Oil and Gas Well - Minimum 
Requirements and Recommended Practices, as 
published by the Board and amended from time to time, 
and
	(b)	initial flow meter logging, and annual flow meter 
logging in each calendar year thereafter, encompassing 
the entire coal completions in the well bore.
(2)  The licensee of each control well designated under section 
7.025(1)(b) shall conduct and report to the Board the results of a 
desorption test for each coal zone within the control well, 
including manometer readings, calculated gas content, all coal 
quality analysis and, where required, scientific calibration of 
cuttings results to the core taken from within an offsetting 
township.
(3)  The desorption test referred to in subsection (2) may be 
conducted from core, or from cuttings, if the test has been 
calibrated to core taken from within an offsetting township.
(4)  The licensee of each control well designated under section 
7.025(2)(a) shall conduct and report to the Board
	(a)	initial segregated pressure, and annual segregated 
pressure in each calendar year thereafter, in accordance 
with Directive 40:  Pressure and Deliverability Testing 
Oil and Gas Well - Minimum Requirements and 
Recommended Practices, as published by the Board and 
amended from time to time, for each 30-metre interval 
of contiguous shale,
	(b)	initial flow test or flow meter logging, and annual flow 
test or flow meter logging in each calendar year 
thereafter, for each 30-metre interval of contiguous 
shale,
	(c)	initial fluid analysis for each shale zone in accordance 
with section 11.070(2) for each 30-metre interval of 
contiguous shale, and
	(d)	total organic carbon content every 5 meters from 
cuttings.
(5)  The licensee of each control well designated under section 
7.025(2)(b) shall conduct and report to the Board the results of a 
desorption analysis, where the desorption test is conducted on core 
only and data including manometer readings, calculated gas 
content, all shale quality analysis and total organic carbon content 
on a representative sample from each desorption test canister.
(6)  The initial data required under subsections (1) and (4) must be 
submitted to the Board within 4 months following the designation 
of the control well.
(7)  The results of the desorption tests referred to in subsections (2) 
and (5) must be submitted to the Board within
	(a)	6 months following the completion of the analysis of the 
test, or
	(b)	12 months following the designation of the control well,
whichever occurs first.
(8)  Notwithstanding this section, the Board may, on application by 
the licensee of a well, grant relief from any or all of the 
requirements set out in this section.

26 Section 12.010 is amended
	(a)	by striking out "Guide 59" and substituting "Directive 
59";
	(b)	by striking out "that Guide" and substituting "that 
Directive".

27 In the following sections, "Guide 7" is struck out 
wherever it occurs and "Directive 7" is substituted:
section 12.020(1); 
section 12.030; 
section 12.056; 
section 12.060; 
section 12.170.

28   Section 14.070(8.1) is amended by striking out "Guide 
G-49" and substituting "Directive 49".

29   Section 14.170 is amended by striking out "Guide G-4" 
and substituting "Directive 4".

30   In the following sections, "Guide 65" is struck out 
wherever it occurs and "Directive 65" is substituted:
section 15.005; 
section 15.010; 
section 15.020; 
section 15.021; 
section 15.022; 
section 15.023; 
section 15.030; 
section 15.040.

31   Section 15.050(a) is amended by striking out "Guide 56" 
and substituting "Directive 56".

32   In the following sections "Guide 65" is struck out 
wherever it occurs and "Directive 65" is substituted:
section 15.060; 
section 15.061; 
section 15.070; 
section 15.080; 
section 15.090; 
section 15.160; 
section 15.180; 
section 15.190; 
section 15.200.

33   Section 15.210(a) is amended by striking out "Guide 56" 
and substituting "Directive 56".

34   Section 15.212(a) is amended by striking out "Guide 58" 
and substituting "Directive 58".

35   Section 15.220 is amended by striking out "Guide 65" 
wherever it occurs and substituting "Directive 65".

36   Section 17.010(1)(n) is amended by striking out "section 
11.102, 11.110, 11.120" and substituting "section 11.070, 11.102, 
11.110, 11.120, 11.145".

37   Section 5 as it relates to the proposed section 3.051(2), 
(3) and (4)(b) comes into force on December 15, 2006.



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