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Alberta Regulation 308/2006
Alberta Health Care Insurance Act
BENEFITS REGULATIONS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: December 5, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Health and Wellness 
(M.O. 104/2006) on November 30, 2006 pursuant to section 17 of the Alberta Health 
Care Insurance Act. 
1(1)  The Chiropractic Benefits Regulation (AR 82/2006) is 
amended by this section.
(2)   Section 2(1) is amended by striking out "chiropractor in 
Alberta" and substituting "chiropractor in Alberta or in the City of 
Lloydminster within the meaning of section 2 of the City of 
Lloydminster Act".

2(1)   The Optometric Benefits Regulation (AR 85/2006) is 
amended by this section.
(2)  Section 2(1) is amended by striking out "optometrist in 
Alberta" and substituting "optometrist in Alberta or in the City of 
Lloydminster within the meaning of section 2 of the City of 
Lloydminster Act".

3(1)  The Podiatric Benefits Regulation (AR 87/2006) is 
amended by this section.
(2)  Section 2(1) is amended by striking out "podiatrist in 
Alberta" and substituting "podiatrist in Alberta or in the City of 
Lloydminster within the meaning of section 2 of the City of 
Lloydminster Act".



Alberta Regulation 309/2006
Municipal Government Act
ASSESSMENT COMPLAINTS AND APPEALS 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: December 8, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Municipal Affairs (M.O. L:174/06) 
on December 6, 2006 pursuant to sections 484.1 and 527.1 of the Municipal 
Government Act. 
1   The Assessment Complaints and Appeals Regulation 
(AR 238/2000) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 16 is amended by striking out "December 31, 2006" 
and substituting "December 31, 2007".


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Alberta Regulation 310/2006
Municipal Government Act
WELL DRILLING EQUIPMENT TAX RATE AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: December 8, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Municipal Affairs (M.O. L:165/06) 
on December 6, 2006 pursuant to section 390 of the Municipal Government Act. 
1   The Well Drilling Equipment Tax Rate Regulation 
(AR 61/2002) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 3 is amended by striking out "December 31, 2006" 
and substituting "December 31, 2007".



Alberta Regulation 311/2006
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
ALBERTA MILK PLAN MINIMUM PRICE FOR 
SUB-CLASS 1A MILK ORDER
Filed: December 12, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board on December 
4, 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 $73.03.
Repeal
2   The Alberta Milk Plan Minimum Price for Sub-class 1a Milk Order 
(AR 249/2006) is repealed.
Coming into force
3   This Order comes into force on January 2, 2007.


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Alberta Regulation 312/2006
Peace Officer Act
PEACE OFFICER (MINISTERIAL) REGULATION
Filed: December 12, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Solicitor General and Minister of Public Security 
(M.O. 9/2006) on November 6, 2006 pursuant to section 29 of the Peace Officer Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
Part 1 
Employer Authorizations and Peace Officer 
Appointments
	2	Application for an employer authorization
	3	Out of province employer applications
	4	Further information and issue of authorization
	5	Qualifications for appointment as a peace officer
	6	Training
	7	Oath of office
	8	Amendments to employer authorizations and peace officer 
appointments
	9	Identification cards
	10	Reporting by peace officers and authorized employers
	11	Cancellation, suspensions and termination of authorizations and 
appointments
	12	Annual reports
Part 2 
Code of Conduct, Systems, Records and Memorandum 
of Understanding
	13	Contents of code of conduct
	14	Records management systems
	15	Operational records system
	16	Retention of records
	17	Memorandum of understanding
Part 3 
Uniforms
	18	Uniforms
Part 4 
Fees
	19	Fees and exemptions from fees
Part 5 
Complaints
	20	Acknowledgement of complaints
	21	Investigation of complaints
	22	Disposition of complaints
Part 6 
Review and Coming Into Force
	23	Expiry
	24	Coming into force 
 
Schedule
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Act" means the Peace Officer Act;
	(b)	"weapon" means a weapon listed under section 4 of the 
Peace Officer Regulation that a peace officer may be 
authorized to carry and use.
Part 1 
Employer Authorizations and Peace 
Officer Appointments
Application for an employer authorization
2(1)  An applicant for an employer's authorization to employ or 
engage the services of a peace officer under section 5 of the Act must 
apply on a form approved by the Director and must
	(a)	provide reasons for applying for authorization to employ or 
to engage the services of one or more peace officers,
	(b)	specify the duties and responsibilities proposed for the peace 
officers,
	(c)	specify the enforcement authority requested for the peace 
officers,
	(d)	provide a code of conduct for peace officers that meets the 
requirements of this Regulation and describe the penalties 
that may be imposed for contravention of the code of 
conduct,
	(e)	describe the geographic area where the peace officers are 
proposed to have jurisdiction,
	(f)	provide a policy and process for managing and responding to 
public complaints against peace officers, the process 
proposed for the investigation of complaints and the 
disciplinary policy for peace officers,
	(g)	provide evidence satisfactory to the Director that the 
applicant has a records management system and an 
operational records system that meets the requirements of 
this Regulation,
	(h)	provide the name of a contact person, other than a peace 
officer, who is a person in a senior management position with 
the authorized employer,
	(i)	provide confirmation of liability insurance, unless the 
applicant is the Crown, a Crown agency, or an applicant from 
outside Alberta, and
	(j)	unless the Minister otherwise permits, provide a 
memorandum of understanding that meets the requirements 
of section 17.
(2)  If an applicant under subsection (1) proposes that a peace officer it 
employs or engages the services of carry and use a weapon, the 
applicant must provide reasons and evidence satisfactory to the 
Director that
	(a)	the employer has met the requirements of the Peace Officer 
Regulation,
	(b)	the peace officer has completed or will complete any training 
required by the Peace Officer Regulation or considered 
necessary by the Director, and
	(c)	the employer has policies and procedures satisfactory to the 
Director respecting the use, storage and maintenance of 
weapons as required by section 8 of the Peace Officer 
Regulation.
Out of province employer applications
3(1)  This section applies to
	(a)	the Crown in right of Canada,
	(b)	the Crown in right of a Province other than Alberta, or to a 
territory or to an agent of that Crown, and
	(c)	a police service, enforcement agency or a government agency 
providing policing, security or enforcement services outside 
Alberta, whether within Canada or outside Canada.
(2)  An entity described in subsection (1) must apply to the Director for 
an employer's authorization in a form approved by the Director.
(3)  The applicant must comply with the requirements of sections 2 and 
5, unless otherwise exempted by the Director, and must provide the 
following information with respect to the persons it proposes to be 
appointed as peace officers:
	(a)	a description of the nature of the investigation or purpose for 
which an application for an employer's authorization and a 
peace officer appointment is made;
	(b)	proof that the proposed peace officers are Canadian citizens 
or lawfully entitled to work in Canada;
	(c)	confirmation that the authorized employer's code of conduct 
will apply to the authorized employer's peace officers while 
working in Alberta;
	(d)	confirmation that complaints made about a peace officer will 
be dealt with in accordance with the Act and the Regulations;
	(e)	confirmation of current training, certification and 
qualifications for any weapons that the peace officer 
proposes to carry;
	(f)	information about the date of arrival and the date of departure 
of each peace officer proposed for appointment;
	(g)	evidence satisfactory to the Director that the applicant has 
made or will make appropriate arrangements with a police 
service or the Minister with respect to the peace officer's 
work in Alberta.
Further information and issue of authorization
4(1)  After considering an application for an employer's authorization 
the Director may
	(a)	require the applicant provide any other information for the 
purpose of considering the application,
	(b)	require additional policies or procedures to be developed or 
require modifications or additions to policies and procedures 
proposed by the applicant,
	(c)	if the Director is satisfied that the circumstances are such that 
there is a need for a peace officer to provide services for the 
employer, issue an employer's authorization and, under 
section 5(3) of the Act, impose any terms and conditions on 
the authorization that the Minister considers appropriate, or
	(d)	refuse the application.
(2)  In addition to any other terms and conditions that may be imposed 
on an employer's authorization, the Director may impose, as a term or 
condition of an employer's authorization, that the authorized employer 
and peace officers employed or engaged for services by the authorized 
employer comply with the Public Security Peace Officer Program 
Policy, January 2007, as amended from time to time, issued by the 
Director.
Qualifications for appointment as a peace officer
5(1)  An application for the appointment of a person as a peace officer 
must be made by an authorized employer in accordance with section 
7(1) of the Act.
(2)  A person is not eligible to be appointed as a peace officer unless 
the Director is satisfied that the applicant
	(a)	has successfully completed 
	(i)	grade 12 or an equivalent qualification, or
	(ii)	a 2-year diploma program from a post-secondary 
learning institution that is applicable to the duties and 
responsibilities to be undertaken, if the duties and 
responsibilities attached to the appointment in the 
opinion of the Director require, or
	(iii)	a combination of education and experience acceptable 
by the Director,
	(b)	is at least 18 years old,
	(c)	is competent and of good character,
	(d)	has no criminal record, or if the person has a criminal record, 
that the person has received a pardon in respect of that 
record,
	(e)	has no outstanding criminal charges,
	(f)	is not the subject of a criminal investigation,
	(g)	has provided 3 references from persons satisfactory to the 
authorized employer,
	(h)	successfully completes a physical abilities evaluation test 
approved by the Director if the nature of the work in which 
the peace officer so requires, and
	(i)	has, in the opinion of the Director, successfully completed 
the training required under section 6.
(3)  In considering an application under subsection (1), and for the 
purpose of determining the eligibility and suitability of the person 
concerned, the Director may, with the written consent of that person, 
conduct
	(a)	a criminal record check, 
	(b)	a background check, and 
	(c)	a review of information held by police services, law 
enforcement agencies within Alberta and outside Alberta, 
and government agencies within Alberta and outside Alberta.
(4)  The Director may require the authorized employer or the person to 
provide any further information for the purpose of considering the 
application.
Training
6(1)  A person proposed by an authorized employer for appointment 
as-a peace officer must
	(a)	successfully complete a basic level of training for a peace 
officer that is provided or approved by the Director, or any 
equivalent training acceptable to the Director,
	(b)	successfully complete any additional training required by the 
Director that the Director considers necessary commensurate 
with the duties and responsibilities that the peace officer will 
undertake, and
	(c)	successfully complete training with respect to the weapons an 
authorized employer proposes that a peace officer carry and 
use.
(2)  A peace officer must meet any certification, recertification and 
on-going training requirements that are specified by the Director.
Oath of office
7   A peace officer must take the oath of office set out in the Schedule 
before undertaking the duties and responsibilities as a peace officer for 
the authorized employer, unless the peace officer is appointed as a 
result of an application made by an authorized employer under section 
3.
Amendments to employer authorizations and peace officer appointments
8(1)  An authorized employer may apply to the Director on a form 
approved by the Director, if the authorized employer requests that 
	(a)	the enforcement authority of peace officers employed or 
engaged for services by the authorized employer be increased 
or decreased,
	(b)	the geographic area where the peace officers employed or 
engaged for services by the authorized employer have 
jurisdiction be increased or decreased,
	(c)	a term or condition imposed on the authorization of the 
authorized employer be deleted, varied or added to, or
	(d)	a term of a peace officer's appointment be deleted, varied or 
added to.
(2)  The application under subsection (1) must
	(a)	include details of the amendment requested and the rationale 
for the amendment, 
	(b)	include evidence satisfactory to the Director that peace 
officers employed or engaged for services by the authorized 
employer have the required education and training,
	(c)	include any necessary new or amended policies and 
procedures to support the application, and
	(d)	state how the amendment will affect the memorandum of 
understanding with a police service and, if appropriate, what 
changes to the memorandum of understanding have been or 
will be made.
(3)  When considering an application, the Director may
	(a)	require the authorized employer to provide any information 
for the purpose of considering the application,
	(b)	require existing policies and procedures be modified to 
reflect the amended authorization,
	(c)	require new policies or procedures be developed as a result of 
the amended authorization,
	(d)	issue a new employer's authorization reflecting the 
amendments applied for,
	(e)	amend the current employer's authorization,
	(f)	impose new terms or conditions on the employer's 
authorization or vary an existing term or condition on the 
employer's authorization in accordance with section 5(4) of 
the Act, or
	(g)	refuse the application.
Identification cards
9(1)  The Director must issue an identification card to each peace 
officer appointed under section 7 of the Act that the peace officer must 
carry while on duty.
(2)  If a peace officer loses the peace officer's identification card, the 
loss must be immediately reported to 
	(a)	a police service,
	(b)	the peace officer's authorized employer, and
	(c)	the Director.
(3)  The Director may issue a substitute identification card.
(4)  A peace officer must not have more than one identification card in 
the peace officer's possession, unless the peace officer holds more than 
one designation as a peace officer.
Reporting by peace officers and authorized employers
10(1)  A peace officer who is arrested or charged with an offence 
described in section 8(1)(a) or (b) of the Act must, within 24 hours of 
the arrest or the charge being laid, inform the peace officer's 
authorized employer of the arrest or charge laid.
(2)  An authorized employer must immediately report in writing to the 
Director
	(a)	any arrest or charge laid against a peace officer employed or 
engaged for services by the authorized employer under
	(i)	the Criminal Code (Canada),
	(ii)	the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (Canada), or
	(iii)	any other enactment of Canada;
	(b)	any arrest or charge laid against a peace officer employed or 
engaged for services by the authorized employer under an 
enactment of Alberta, if the authorized employer considers 
the charge to be serious;
	(c)	if a peace officer is found to have contravened the authorized 
employer's code of conduct;
	(d)	if the authorized employer suspends or terminates the 
employment or engagement for services of the peace officer, 
and the rationale for the suspension or termination;
	(e)	if the peace officer terminates the peace officer's 
employment or engagement for services with the authorized 
employer.
Cancellation, suspensions and termination of authorizations and 
appointments
11(1)  If the appointment of a peace officer is cancelled or terminated, 
the peace officer must immediately return to the peace officer's 
authorized employer
	(a)	the peace officer's letter of appointment, and
	(b)	the peace officer's identification card.
(2)  An authorized employer must send to the Director as soon as 
practicable
	(a)	the peace officer's letter of appointment and identification 
card received under subsection (1), and 
	(b)	if an authorized employer's authorization is cancelled or 
terminated, that authorization.
Annual reports
12   An authorized employer must, each year on or before a date 
specified by the Director, submit a written report to the Director
	(a)	describing the general nature of the services provided by 
peace officers employed or engaged for services by the 
authorized employer,
	(b)	describing the operational practices of the peace officers,
	(c)	describing the enforcement and enforcement-related 
activities in which the peace officers are involved,
	(d)	stating the name and contact information of the person 
referred to in section 2(1)(h), and
	(e)	that includes any statistical data that the Director requires to 
be included in the report.
Part 2 
Code of Conduct, Systems, Records and 
Memorandum of Understanding
Contents of code of conduct
13(1)  Every authorized employer must establish and maintain a code 
of conduct for peace officers it employs or engages the services of.
(2)  The code of conduct must include provisions applicable to the 
duties and responsibilities of peace officers the authorized employer 
employs or engages the services of, including 
	(a)	requiring peace officers to comply with the terms and 
conditions of the employer's authorization,
	(b)	requiring peace officers to comply with the terms of the 
peace officer's appointment,
	(c)	requiring peace officers to comply with the employer's code 
of conduct for peace officers,
	(d)	prohibiting peace officers from
	(i)	engaging in disorderly or inappropriate conduct, or
	(ii)	acting in a way that would be harmful to the discipline 
of peace officers or that is likely to discredit the office 
of peace officer,
	(e)	prohibiting peace officers from withholding or suppressing 
information, complaints or reports about any other peace 
officer,
	(f)	requiring peace officers to promptly and diligently perform 
the peace officers' duties and responsibilities,
	(g)	prohibiting peace officers from making or signing false, 
misleading or inaccurate statements,
	(h)	prohibiting, without lawful excuse, peace officers from
	(i)	destroying, mutilating or concealing records or 
property, or
	(ii)	altering or erasing an entry in a record,
	(i)	respecting when confidentiality must be maintained,
	(j)	requiring peace officers to properly account for or return 
money or property that the peace officer receives in the peace 
officer's capacity as a peace officer,
	(k)	prohibiting activities that may or will result in a conflict of 
interest or an apprehension of or a lack of integrity in the 
office of peace officer,
	(l)	prohibiting peace officers from using the peace officer's 
position for the peace officer's own advantage or another 
person's advantage,
	(m)	prohibiting peace officers from exercising the peace officer's 
authority as a peace officer when it is unnecessary to do so,
	(n)	prohibiting peace officers from consuming alcohol while on 
duty, except in the performance of the peace officer's duties,
	(o)	prohibiting peace officers from consuming controlled drugs 
and controlled substances under the Controlled Drugs and 
Substances Act (Canada), and
	(p)	except in the performance of the peace officer's duties, 
prohibiting peace officers from possessing controlled drugs 
and controlled substances the possession of which is 
prohibited by law.
Records management systems
14(1)  Every authorized employer must establish and maintain a 
records management system that meets the requirements of subsection 
(2).
(2)  The records management system must include the following 
information with respect to each peace officer employed or engaged 
for services by the authorized employer, unless the Director otherwise 
permits:
	(a)	the training undertaken and the certificates held by each 
peace officer employed or engaged for services by the 
authorized employer;
	(b)	copies of complaints with investigative results and details of 
the disposition of the complaint;
	(c)	the date each peace officer ceased to be employed or engaged 
for services as a peace officer by the authorized employer 
and the reason for the cessation;
	(d)	each peace officer's oath of office;
	(e)	each peace officer's letter of appointment.
Operational records system
15   An authorized employer must establish and maintain an 
operational records system showing at least the following information:
	(a)	the investigations started and continued by peace officers 
employed or engaged for services by the authorized employer 
and the disposition of each investigation;
	(b)	evidence seized and how it is recorded, stored and disposed 
of;
	(c)	operational logs dealing with daily operations, including calls 
and complaints;
	(d)	a record of serious incidents involving a peace officer 
employed or engaged for services by the authorized 
employer;
	(e)	shift schedules;
	(f)	any memorandum of understanding between the authorized 
employer and one or more police services.
Retention of records
16   An authorized employer must
	(a)	retain and keep in good condition records relating to 
complaints about peace officers, the investigation of the 
complaints and the disposition of complaints for at least 5 
years after the complaint was made, and
	(b)	retain and keep in good condition all other records made with 
respect to the administration, management and operations 
relating to peace officers for at least 3 years after the record 
was made.
Memorandum of understanding
17(1)  Unless exempted by the Minister, every authorized employer 
must enter into and maintain a memorandum of understanding with a 
police service that
	(a)	unless the Minister otherwise permits, contains at least terms 
dealing with the matters described in subsection (2), and
	(b)	is approved by the Minister.
(2)  The terms of a memorandum of understanding must include at 
least the following terms:
	(a)	the term of the memorandum of understanding must be for 5 
years unless
	(i)	the parties agree on another period of time, or
	(ii)	the memorandum of understanding is terminated in 
accordance with its terms;
	(b)	a provision for termination of the agreement during its term 
by either party giving written notice to the other party and to 
the Minister;
	(c)	communication between representatives of the authorized 
employer, peace officers and the police service and specific 
communication protocols, including
	(i)	identification of liaison and contact persons and the 
manner and time at which they will communicate and 
meet,
	(ii)	information exchange between peace officers and the 
police service, and
	(iii)	radio communication between peace officers and the 
police service;
	(d)	the training of peace officers by the police service or the 
training of the police service by peace officers, if any is 
agreed to be provided;
	(e)	the respective roles and responsibilities and the cooperation 
and coordination of services of peace officers and the police 
service.
(3)  A memorandum of understanding may only be amended
	(a)	by agreement of the parties to the memorandum of 
understanding, and
	(b)	with the approval of the Minister.
(4)  If the Minister is satisfied either party has contravened a 
memorandum of understanding, the memorandum of understanding 
may be terminated by the Minister on written notice to the parties to 
the memorandum of understanding.
Part 3 
Uniforms
Uniforms
18(1)  Unless exempted by the Minister or by subsection (3), a peace 
officer must wear the following uniform:
	(a)	dark blue-black outer jacket;
	(b)	dark blue shirt and blue-black pants with a blue stripe or dark 
grey shirt with blue-black pants with a grey stripe;
	(c)	if a hat or head covering is worn, colours must correspond to 
the uniform;
	(d)	shoulder flashes on the uniform as approved by the Director;
	(e)	a safety vest or jacket of a colour specified by the Director 
having the words "Peace Officer" or other words approved 
by the Director on the back.
(2)  Dress uniforms are permitted if the shoulder flashes on the 
uniform are approved by the Director.
(3)  Subsection (1) does not apply to
	(a)	a peace officer operating automated traffic enforcement 
technology,
	(b)	a peace officer the nature of whose work does not require a 
uniform and who is exempt from uniform requirements by 
the Director,
	(c)	a wildlife officer appointed under section 1.1(1) of the 
Wildlife Act,
	(d)	a conservation officer appointed under section 1 of Schedule 
3.1 to the Government Organization Act,
	(e)	a peace officer the nature of whose work requires the peace 
officer to work in plainclothes and who is exempted from 
uniform requirements by the Director, and
	(f)	a peace officer who is employed or engaged for services by 
an employer authorized as a result of an application made 
under section 3.
(4)  This section comes into force on May 1, 2009.
Part 4 
Fees
Fees and exemptions from fees
19(1)  The following groups are exempt from the payment of fees 
under this Regulation:
	(a)	an employer authorized to employ or engage the services of a 
peace officer under the Special Constable Regulation before 
this Regulation comes into force with respect to applications 
for or amendments to employer authorizations under this 
Regulation;
	(b)	out of province police services, police officers, peace officer 
agencies and peace officers;
	(c)	the Crown and Crown agencies.
(2)  Subject to subsection (1), the fee prescribed in Column 2 must be 
paid for the application described in Column 1.
Column 1
Column 2
Application for employer authorization
$ 1000.00
Application for appointment as peace officer, for 
each application
$   100.00
Part 5 
Complaints
Acknowledgement of complaints
20   On receipt of a complaint under section 14 of the Act, the 
authorized employer must acknowledge to the complainant receipt of 
the complaint in writing within 30 days and, where the Director deems 
appropriate, notify the peace officer concerned that a complaint has 
been made and advise the complainant of the status of the complaint in 
accordance with section 15(3) of the Act.
Investigation of complaints
21(1)  If an investigation is carried out in respect of a complaint under 
section 14 of the Act, the authorized employer must, where the 
Director deems appropriate, give the peace officer notice of the details 
of the complaint.
(2)  The investigation must be carried out in accordance with the 
authorized employer's policies and procedures provided to the Director 
under section 2.
Disposition of complaints
22(1)  Subject to section 15(1) of the Act, the authorized employer 
must dispose of a complaint by making one of the following decisions 
and giving reasons for the decision:
	(a)	the complaint is unfounded;
	(b)	the complaint is unsubstantiated;
	(c)	the complaint is found to have merit in whole or in part;
	(d)	the complaint is frivolous, vexatious or made in bad faith.
(2)  If a complaint about a peace officer is found to have merit or is 
founded in part, the authorized employer must take action in 
accordance with the authorized employer's disciplinary policy 
submitted under section 2(1)(f) and must notify the complainant, the 
peace officer concerned and the Director of the disposition and action 
taken in accordance with section 15(3)(b) of the Act.
Part 6 
Review and Coming Into Force
Expiry
23   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 March 31, 2012.
Coming into force
24   This Regulation comes into force on the coming into force of 
section 29 of the Act.
Schedule 1  
 
Oath of Office for Peace Officers
I, _________________________, swear that I will diligently, 
faithfully and to the best of my ability execute according to law in the 
office of a peace officer for the _____________ and will not, except in 
the discharge of my duties, disclose to any person any matter or 
evidence brought before me in this office of a peace officer, so help me 
God.

Sworn before me in the                        of	) 
              , in the Province of Alberta, this	) 
         day of                                   	   ) 
	   )	  		 
(Commissioner for Oaths	) 	                 Signature 
in and for the Province of Alberta)	)



Alberta Regulation 313/2006
Teachers' Pension Plans Act
TEACHERS' AND PRIVATE SCHOOL TEACHERS' PENSION PLANS 
(CONTRIBUTION RATES 2007) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: December 13, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Teachers' Retirement Fund Board on 
December 12, 2006 pursuant to sections 16(2), 16(6), 16(7) and 19(4) of the 
Teachers' Pension Plans Act and section 12(4) of the Teachers' Pension Plans 
(Legislative Provisions) Regulation.
1   The Teachers' and Private School Teachers' Pension 
Plans (AR 203/95) are amended by this Regulation.

2   Schedule 1 is amended by sections 3 to 6 of this 
Regulation.



3   Section 10(2) is amended
	(a)	in clause (a) by striking out "5.61" and substituting 
"5.65";
	(b)	in clause (b) by striking out "10.01" and substituting 
"10.07".

4   Section 11 is amended by striking out "1.43" and 
substituting "1.56".

5   Section 12 is amended by striking out "3.23" and 
substituting "3.10".

6   Section 13 is amended
	(a)	in clause (a) by striking out "6.85" and substituting 
"6.92";
	(b)	in clause (b) by striking out "1.34" and substituting 
"1.47";
	(c)	in clause (c) by striking out "6.65" and substituting 
"6.38".

7   Schedule 2 is amended by sections 8 to 10 of this 
Regulation.
8   Section 10 is amended
	(a)	in clause (a)
	(i)	by striking out "6.98" and substituting "7.46";
	(ii)	by striking out "5.61" and substituting "5.65";
	(b)	in clause (b)
	(i)	by striking out "9.97" and substituting "10.69";
	(ii)	by striking out "10.01" and substituting "10.07".

9   Section 11 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Members' contributions for post-August 1992 liabilities
11   Whenever a contributing active member makes current service 
contributions, that member shall also make contributions for 
unfunded liabilities attributable to pensionable service after August 
31, 1992, under section 16(6) of the Act, at the rate of 0.08% of the 
pensionable salary paid.

10   Section 13 is amended by striking out "for current service 
under section 16(5) of the Act at the rate of 7.40% of the member's 
pensionable salary paid" and substituting the following:
at the rate
	(a)	for current service under section 16(5) of the Act, of 
7.83%, and
	(b)	for unfunded liabilities referred to in section 11, of 
0.08%,
of the member's pensionable salary paid.

11   This Regulation comes into force on September 1, 
2007.



Alberta Regulation 314/2006
Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act
WELDER TRADE REGULATION
Filed: December 14, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training 
Board on December 11, 2006 and approved by the Minister of Advanced Education 
on December 13, 2006 pursuant to section 33(2) of the Apprenticeship and Industry 
Training Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions


Part 1 
General Matters Respecting 
the Trade
	2	Constitution of the trade
	3	Tasks, activities and functions
	4	Supervision of apprentices, etc.
Part 2 
Welder Branch of the Trade
Trade Matters Respecting the Branch
	5	Undertakings constituting the branch
	6	Tasks, activities and functions
Apprenticeship
	7	Term of the apprenticeship program for welder
	8	Employment of apprentices
	9	Wages
Part 3 
Wire Process Operator Branch 
of the Trade
Trade Matters Respecting the Branch
	10	Undertakings constituting the branch
	11	Tasks, activities and functions
Apprenticeship
	12	Term of the apprenticeship program for wire process operator
	13	Employment of apprentices
	14	Wages
Part 4 
Repeal, Expiry and 
Coming into Force
	15	Repeal
	16	Expiry
	17	Coming into force
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"apprentice" means a person who is an apprentice in the 
trade;
	(b)	"certified journeyperson" means a certified journeyperson as 
defined in the Apprenticeship Program Regulation 
(AR 258/2000);
	(c)	"component" means any object that consists of ferrous or 
non-ferrous metal and without limiting the generality of the 
foregoing includes the following objects that are made of or 
that consist of ferrous or non-ferrous metal:
	(i)	structures;
	(ii)	pipe;
	(iii)	vessels;
	(iv)	containers;
	(d)	"technical training" means technical training as defined in the 
Apprenticeship Program Regulation (AR 258/2000);
	(e)	"trade" means the occupation of welder that is designated as 
a compulsory certification trade pursuant to the 
Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act.
Part 1 
General Matters Respecting 
the Trade
Constitution of the trade
2(1)  The undertakings set out in sections 5 and 10 constitute the trade.
(2)  The trade is made up of the following:
	(a)	the welder branch of the trade;
	(b)	the wire process operator branch of the trade.
Tasks, activities and functions
3   When practising or otherwise carrying out work in the trade, the 
tasks, activities and functions set out in sections 6 and 11 come within 
the trade.
Supervision of apprentices, etc.
4(1)  Where, in respect of a branch of the trade, a person is a certified 
journeyperson and is to provide supervision to an apprentice, that 
journeyperson is eligible to supervise that apprentice only
	(a)	in respect of the undertakings that constitute that branch, and
	(b)	in respect of tasks, activities and functions that come within 
that branch,
for which that person is a certified journeyperson.
(2)  Where a person is an apprentice in an apprenticeship program in a 
branch of the trade and is employed in respect of another branch of the 
trade, that apprentice is eligible to carry out work only
	(a)	in respect of the undertakings that constitute that branch, and
	(b)	in respect of tasks, activities and functions that come within 
that branch,
for which that person is an apprentice.
Part 2 
Welder Branch of the Trade
Trade Matters Respecting the Branch
Undertakings constituting the branch
5   The following undertakings constitute the welder branch of the 
trade:
	(a)	the fabrication of components;
	(b)	the service, maintenance and repair of components.
Tasks, activities and functions
6   When practising or otherwise carrying out work in the welder 
branch of the trade, the following tasks, activities and functions come 
within that branch of the trade:
	(a)	setting up oxy-fuel accessories using recommended 
installation procedures;
	(b)	cutting, shaping and fitting steel using oxy-fuel processes;
	(c)	cleaning and inspecting cut surfaces;
	(d)	fusion welding using manual oxy-fuel processes;
	(e)	brazing and braze welding using oxy-fuel processes;
	(f)	applying surfacing materials using oxy-fuel processes;
	(g)	joining metals using soldering processes;
	(h)	setting up and welding using shielded metal arc, gas metal 
arc, flux core arc, submerged arc and gas tungsten arc 
welding processes;
	(i)	cutting and gouging using electric arc welding processes;
	(j)	welding and cutting using plasma arc processes;
	(k)	setting up equipment and welding using resistance welding 
processes;
	(l)	identifying metals and performing preparation and assembly 
tasks prior to welding;
	(m)	performing supplementary and disassembly procedures;
	(n)	sketching and interpreting blueprints;
	(o)	using hand tools, power tools and shop equipment;
	(p)	using any new innovative trade-related technological changes 
with respect to
	(i)	materials or method of construction, and
	(ii)	the carrying out of the tasks, activities and functions 
referred to in this section.
Apprenticeship
Term of the apprenticeship program for welder
7(1)  Subject to credit for previous training or experience being 
granted pursuant to an order of the Board, the term of an 
apprenticeship program for the welder branch of the trade is 3 periods 
of not less than 12 months each.
(2)  In the first period of the apprenticeship program an apprentice 
must acquire not less than 1500 hours of on the job training and 
successfully complete the technical training that is required or 
approved by the Board.
(3)  In the 2nd period of the apprenticeship program an apprentice 
must acquire not less than 1500 hours of on the job training and 
successfully complete the technical training that is required or 
approved by the Board.
(4)  In the 3rd period of the apprenticeship program an apprentice must 
acquire not less than 1500 hours of on the job training and successfully 
complete the technical training that is required or approved by the 
Board.
Employment of apprentices
8(1)  Where, with respect to the employment of apprentices in the 
welder branch of the trade, a person employs an apprentice, that 
employment must be carried out in accordance with this section.
(2)  A person who is a certified journeyperson in the welder branch of 
the trade or employs a certified journeyperson in the welder branch of 
the trade may employ 2 apprentices in the welder branch of the trade 
and 2 additional apprentices in that branch for each additional certified 
journeyperson in that branch that is employed by that person.
(3)  Subsection (2) does not apply to an apprentice who is engaged in 
an apprenticeship program in the welder branch of the trade and has 
completed all the requirements required or approved by the Board for 
advancement into the 3rd period of that apprenticeship program.
(4)  For the purposes of subsection (2), a person who is a certified 
journeyperson in the welder branch of the trade or employs a certified 
journeyperson in the welder branch of the trade, instead of employing 
an apprentice in an apprenticeship program in the welder branch of the 
trade, may employ an apprentice in an apprenticeship program in the 
wire process operator branch of the trade to carry out any of the 
undertakings that constitute the wire process operator branch of the 
trade.
Wages
9(1)  Subject to the Apprenticeship Program Regulation 
(AR 258/2000), a person shall not pay wages to an apprentice that are 
less than those provided for under subsection (2).
(2)  Subject to the Employment Standards Code, a person employing 
an apprentice must pay wages to the apprentice that are at least equal 
to the following percentages of the wages paid to employees who are 
certified journeypersons in the trade:
	(a)	60% in the first period of the apprenticeship program;
	(b)	75% in the 2nd period of the apprenticeship program;
	(c)	90% in the 3rd period of the apprenticeship program.
Part 3 
Wire Process Operator Branch 
of the Trade
Trade Matters Respecting the Branch
Undertakings constituting the branch
10   The following undertakings constitute the wire process operator 
branch of the trade:
	(a)	the fabrication of components using processes other than 
shielded metal arc and gas tungsten arc processes;
	(b)	the service, maintenance and repair of components using 
processes other than shielded metal arc and gas tungsten arc 
processes.
Tasks, activities and functions
11   When practising or otherwise carrying out work in the wire 
process operator branch of the trade, the following tasks, activities and 
functions come within that branch of the trade:
	(a)	cutting steel using oxy-fuel processes;
	(b)	cleaning and inspecting cut surfaces;
	(c)	cutting and gouging using electric arc welding processes;
	(d)	setting up and welding using gas metal arc, flux core arc and 
submerged arc welding processes;
	(e)	welding and cutting using plasma arc processes;
	(f)	setting up equipment and welding using resistance welding 
processes;
	(g)	identifying metals and performing preparation and assembly 
tasks prior to welding;
	(h)	interpreting blueprints;
	(i)	using hand tools, power tools and shop equipment;
	(j)	using any new innovative trade-related technological changes 
with respect to
	(i)	materials or method of construction, and
	(ii)	the carrying out of the tasks, activities and functions 
referred to in this section.
Apprenticeship
Term of the apprenticeship program for wire process operator
12(1)  Subject to credit for previous training or experience being 
granted pursuant to an order of the Board, the term of an 
apprenticeship program for the wire process operator branch of the 
trade is 2 periods of not less than 12 months each.
(2)  In the first period of the apprenticeship program an apprentice 
must acquire not less than 1500 hours of on the job training and 
successfully complete the technical training that is required or 
approved by the Board.
(3)  In the 2nd period of the apprenticeship program an apprentice 
must acquire not less than 1800 hours of on the job training.
Employment of apprentices
13(1)  Where, with respect to the employment of apprentices in the 
wire process operator branch of the trade, a person employs an 
apprentice, that employment must be carried out in accordance with 
this section.
(2)  A person who is a certified journeyperson in the wire process 
operator branch of the trade or employs a certified journeyperson in the 
wire process operator branch of the trade may employ 3 apprentices in 
the wire process operator branch of the trade and 3 additional 
apprentices in that branch for each additional certified journeyperson 
in that branch that is employed by that person.
(3)  For the purposes of subsection (2), a person who is a certified 
journeyperson in the wire process operator branch of the trade or 
employs a certified journeyperson in the wire process operator branch 
of the trade, instead of employing an apprentice in an apprenticeship 
program in the wire process operator branch of the trade, may employ 
an apprentice in an apprenticeship program in the welder branch of the 
trade to carry out any of the undertakings that constitute the wire 
process operator branch of the trade.
(4)  Subsection (2) does not apply to an apprentice who is engaged in 
an apprenticeship program in the welder branch of the trade who
	(a)	has completed all the requirements required or approved by 
the Board for advancement into the 3rd period of that 
apprenticeship program, and
	(b)	is employed to carry out any of the undertakings that 
constitute the wire process operator branch of the trade. 
Wages
14(1)  Subject to the Apprenticeship Program Regulation 
(AR 258/2000), a person shall not pay wages to an apprentice that are 
less than those provided for under subsection (2).
(2)  Subject to the Employment Standards Code, a person employing 
an apprentice must pay wages to the apprentice that are at least equal 
to the following percentages of the wages paid to employees who are 
certified journeypersons in the trade:
	(a)	60% in the first period of the apprenticeship program;
	(b)	75% in the 2nd period of the apprenticeship program.
Part 4 
Repeal, Expiry and 
Coming into Force
Repeal
15   The Welder Trade Regulation (AR 311/2000) is repealed.
Expiry
16   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for 
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be 
repassed in its present or an amended form following a review, this 
Regulation expires on August 31, 2014.
Coming into force
17   This Regulation comes into force on February 1, 2007.



Alberta Regulation 315/2006
Family Support for Children with Disabilities Act
FAMILY SUPPORT FOR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: December 14, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Children's Services (M.O. 34/06) on 
December 13, 2006 pursuant to section 10 of the Family Support for Children with 
Disabilities Act. 
1   The Family Support for Children with Disabilities 
Regulation (AR 140/2004) is amended by this Regulation.



2   Section 1 is amended
	(a)	by repealing clause (a);
	(b)	by adding the following after clause (c):
	(c.1)	"parent" includes a person who is standing in place of a 
parent as described in section 48(1) of the Family Law 
Act or a guardian;
	(c)	by adding the following after clause (e):
	(f)	"relative" means a person who is a child's parent, 
grandparent, aunt, uncle, first cousin or sibling.

3   The following is added after section 2:
Service provider restrictions
2.1(1)  Subject to subsections (2) and (3), services referred to 
under section 3 or 4 must be provided by an adult who is not a 
relative.
(2)  An adult relative, except for a parent, may provide respite 
services under sections 3(h) and 4(1)(a) if that relative, in the 
opinion of the director, is the most appropriate caregiver.
(3)  A person who is 16 or 17 years of age, who is not a relative, 
may provide the following services:
	(a)	respite services under sections 3(h) and 4(1)(a)(i);
	(b)	homemaker services under section 4(1)(c);
	(c)	child care services for a child 13 years or more under 
section 4(1)(e)(ii);
	(d)	community aide services under section 4(1)(h).

4   Section 3 is amended in clause (h) by striking out "by an 
adult who is not the child's adult relative unless in the opinion of the 
director such a relative is the most appropriate caregiver but the person 
providing respite under this clause is not the child's parent".

5   Section 4 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1)
	(i)	in clause (a) by striking out "by an adult who is not 
the child's adult relative unless in the opinion of the 
director such a relative is the most appropriate caregiver 
but the person providing respite under this subclause is 
not the child's parent" wherever it occurs;
	(ii)	by repealing clause (k) and substituting the 
following:
	(k)	the cost of medical benefits directly related to the 
child's disability and, if the child has a sibling who 
is subject to an agreement under this subsection, 
the child's sibling's disability that is in excess of 
2% of the aggregate net income reported on line 
236 of the previous year's income tax return by the 
child's parents if, subject to subsection (4),
	(i)	the medical benefit is life sustaining or it 
would be debilitating if the child did not 
receive the medical benefit,
	(ii)	another program or source does not provide 
the same or similar benefit in whole or in part 
regardless of whether the child is eligible to 
receive it,
	(iii)	the use of the medical benefit is based on 
established rehabilitation practices, strategies 
and approaches that are reasonable and 
demonstrated to be effective, and
	(iv)	the medical benefit is available in Alberta;
	(b)	by repealing subsection (3) and substituting the 
following:
(3)  In subsection (1)(k), "medical benefits" means
	(a)	a medical supply, or
	(b)	if approved under section 4.1, a drug as prescribed by a 
physician and as recorded by a pharmacist.
(4)  In subsection (1)(k), a parent's income is included in the 
calculation of the aggregate net income where
	(a)	the child resides on a consistent or regular basis with the 
parent, or
	(b)	the child would consistently or regularly reside with the 
parent if the child's needs could be met in the parent's 
home.

6   The following is added after section 4:
Extraordinary drug approvals
4.1(1)  A director may approve a drug as a medical benefit for the 
purpose of section 4(1)(k) if
	(a)	the drug is not a prescription drug or the drug is a 
prescription drug that is not indicated in the Alberta 
Health and Wellness Drug Benefit List for use in 
treatment of the child,
	(b)	none of the prescription drugs indicated in the Alberta 
Health and Wellness Drug Benefit List for use in the 
treatment of the child were effective to treat the child,
	(c)	the drug has already been prescribed by a physician to 
treat the child and the medical evidence is that it was an 
effective treatment, and
	(d)	the drug is approved under the Food and Drug Act 
(Canada) for sale or distribution in Canada.
(2)  A director, in deciding to approve a drug, may take into 
account a recommendation by the Common Drug Review 
Committee.



Alberta Regulation 316/2006
Funeral Services Act
GENERAL AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: December 15, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Government Services 
(M.O. C:016/2006) on December 13, 2006 pursuant to section 27 of the Funeral 
Services Act. 
1   The General Regulation (AR 226/98) is amended by this 
Regulation.

2   Section 37(2)(a) is amended by striking out "$3" and 
substituting "$10".

3   This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 2007.


--------------------------------
Alberta Regulation 317/2006
Government Organization Act
DESIGNATION AND TRANSFER OF RESPONSIBILITY REGULATION
Filed: December 15, 2006
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 637/2006) 
on December 15, 2006 pursuant to sections 16, 17 and 18 of the Government 
Organization Act. 
Table of Contents


	1	Executive Council
	2	Advanced Education and Technology
	3	Agriculture and Food
	4	Children's Services
	5	Education
	6	Employment, Immigration and Industry
	7	Energy
	8	Environment
	9	Finance
	10	Health and Wellness
	11	Infrastructure and Transportation
	12	International, Intergovernmental and Aboriginal Relations
	13	Justice
	14	Municipal Affairs and Housing
	15	Seniors and Community Supports
	16	Service Alberta
	17	Solicitor General and Public Security
	18	Sustainable Resource Development
	19	Tourism, Parks, Recreation and Culture
	20	Treasury Board
	21	Repeals
Executive Council
1   The President of Executive Council continues to be designated as 
the Minister responsible for the following enactments:
	(a)	Alberta Order of Excellence Act;
	(b)	Family Day Act.
Advanced Education and Technology
2(1)  The responsibility for the following enactments is transferred to 
the Minister of Advanced Education and Technology:
	(a)	Access to the Future Act;
	(b)	Alberta Centennial Education Savings Plan Act;
	(c)	Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research Act;
	(d)	Alberta Heritage Foundation for Science and Engineering 
Research Act;
	(e)	Alberta Heritage Scholarship Act;
	(f)	Alberta Science and Research Authority Act;
	(g)	Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act;
	(h)	sections 1 and 2 of Schedule 1 and section 2 of Schedule 3 to 
the Government Organization Act;
	(i)	Post-secondary Learning Act, except sections 66(2) and (3), 
67, 72(3) and (4), 73, 80 and 99(1)(a) and (2) to (6);
	(j)	Private Vocational Schools Act;
	(k)	Student Financial Assistance Act.
(2)  The Minister of Advanced Education and Technology and the 
Minister of Infrastructure and Transportation are designated as the 
Ministers with common responsibility for sections 72(3) and (4), 73, 
80 and 99(1)(a) and (2) to (6) of the Post-secondary Learning Act.
(3)  The Minister of Advanced Education and Technology and the 
Minister of Infrastructure and Transportation are designated as the 
Ministers with common responsibility for section 3 of Schedule 1 to 
the Government Organization Act.
(4)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister in the Learning 
Grants Regulation (AR 77/2003) are transferred to the common 
responsibility of the Minister of Advanced Education and Technology 
and the Minister of Education.
(5)  The responsibility for
	(a)	that part of the public service associated with the Ministry of 
Advanced Education, except that part associated with 
element 2.0.4 of Program 2, Program Delivery Support, and
	(b)	that part of the public service associated with the Ministry of 
Innovation and Science, except that part associated with 
elements 1.0.1 and 1.0.2 of Program 1, Ministry Support 
Services,
is transferred to the Minister of Advanced Education and Technology.
(6)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of the 2006-07 Government appropriation for Advanced 
Education, except element 2.0.4 of Program 2, Program Delivery 
Support, is transferred to the Minister of Advanced  Education and 
Technology.
(7)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of the 2006-07 Government appropriation for Innovation and 
Science, except elements 1.0.1 and 1.0.2 of Program 1, Ministry 
Support Services, is transferred to the Minister of Advanced Education 
and Technology.
Agriculture and Food
3(1)  The responsibility for the following enactments is transferred to 
the Minister of Agriculture and Food:
	(a)	Agricultural Operation Practices Act;
	(b)	Agricultural Pests Act;
	(c)	Agricultural Service Board Act;
	(d)	Agriculture Financial Services Act;
	(e)	Alberta Wheat and Barley Test Market Act;
	(f)	Animal Keepers Act;
	(g)	Animal Protection Act;
	(h)	Bee Act;
	(i)	Brand Act;
	(j)	Crop Liens Priorities Act;
	(k)	Crop Payments Act;
	(l)	Dairy Industry Act;
	(m)	Farm Implement Act;
	(n)	Federal-Provincial Farm Assistance Act;
	(o)	Feeder Associations Guarantee Act;
	(p)	Fur Farms Act;
	(q)	Schedule 2 to the Government Organization Act;
	(r)	Horned Cattle Purchases Act;
	(s)	Irrigation Districts Act;
	(t)	Line Fence Act;
	(u)	Livestock Diseases Act;
	(v)	Livestock Identification and Brand Inspection Act;
	(w)	Livestock Industry Diversification Act;
	(x)	Livestock and Livestock Products Act;
	(y)	Marketing of Agricultural Products Act;
	(z)	Meat Inspection Act;
	(aa)	Soil Conservation Act;
	(bb)	The St. Mary and Milk Rivers Water Agreements 
(Termination) Act;
	(cc)	Stray Animals Act;
	(dd)	Weed Control Act;
	(ee)	Wheat Board Money Trust Act;
	(ff)	Women's Institute Act.
(2)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister in the 
Agriculture, Food and Rural Development Grant Regulation (AR 
58/98) are transferred to the common responsibility of the Minister of 
Agriculture and Food and the Minister of Employment, Immigration 
and Industry.
(3)  The responsibility for that part of the public service associated 
with the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Development, except 
that part associated with elements 3.0.1, 3.0.2, 3.0.3, 3.0.6 and 3.0.7 of 
Program 3, Rural Development, is transferred to the Minister of 
Agriculture and Food.
(4)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of Program 1, Ministry Support Services, Program 2, Planning 
and Competitiveness, elements 3.0.1, 3.0.2, 3.0.3, 3.0.6 and 3.0.7 of 
Program 3, Rural Development, Program 4, Industry Development, 
except the unexpended balance of element 4.0.5 voted to the 
appropriation in the 2006-07 supplementary supply estimates, Program 
5, Environment and Food Safety, and Program 6, Agriculture 
Insurance and Lending Assistance, Environment and Food Safety, of 
the unexpended balance of the 2006-07 Government appropriation for 
Agriculture, Food and Rural Development is transferred to the 
Minister of Agriculture and Food.
Children's Services
4(1)  The Minister of Children's Services continues to be designated as 
the Minister responsible for the following enactments:
	(a)	Adult Adoption Act;
	(b)	Child and Family Services Authorities Act;
	(c)	Child, Youth and Family Enhancement Act;
	(d)	Family and Community Support Services Act;
	(e)	Family Support for Children with Disabilities Act;
	(f)	Premier's Council on Alberta's Promise Act;
	(g)	Protection Against Family Violence Act;
	(h)	Protection of Children Involved in Prostitution Act;
	(i)	Social Care Facilities Review Committee Act.
(2)  The responsibility for the Social Care Facilities Licensing Act is 
transferred to the common responsibility of the Minister of Children's 
Services, the Minister of Seniors and Community Supports and the 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing.
Education
5(1)  The Minister of Education continues to be designated as the 
Minister responsible for the following enactments:
	(a)	Alberta School Boards Association Act;
	(b)	Schedule 4 to the Government Organization Act;
	(c)	Northland School Division Act;
	(d)	Remembrance Day Act;
	(e)	School Act, except Part 7 and section 274;
	(f)	Teachers' Pension Plans Act;
	(g)	Teaching Profession Act.
(2)  The Minister of Education and the Minister of Infrastructure and 
Transportation continue to be designated as the Ministers with 
common responsibility for Part 7 and section 274 of the School Act.
Employment, Immigration and Industry
6(1)  The responsibility for the following enactments is transferred to 
the Minister of Employment, Immigration and Industry:
	(a)	Agricultural Societies Act; 
	(b)	Agrologists Act;
	(c)	Alberta Economic Development Authority Act;
	(d)	Architects Act;
	(e)	Blind Workers' Compensation Act;
	(f)	Burial of the Dead Act;
	(g)	Consulting Engineers of Alberta Act;
	(h)	Employment Standards Code;
	(i)	Engineering, Geological and Geophysical Professions Act;
	(j)	Gas Distribution Act;
	(k)	section 1 of Schedule 3 and Schedule 8 to the Government 
Organization Act;
	(l)	Income and Employment Supports Act;
	(m)	Labour Relations Code;
	(n)	Land Agents Licensing Act;
	(o)	Land Surveyors Act;
	(p)	Managerial Exclusion Act;
	(q)	MLA Compensation Act;
	(r)	Natural Gas Rebates Act;
	(s)	Northern Alberta Development Council Act;
	(t)	Occupational Health and Safety Act;
	(u)	Police Officers Collective Bargaining Act;
	(v)	Professional and Occupational Associations Registration 
Act;
	(w)	Radiation Protection Act;
	(x)	Regulated Accounting Profession Act;
	(y)	Regulated Forestry Profession Act;
	(z)	Rural Electrification Loan Act;
	(aa)	Rural Electrification Long-term Financing Act;
	(bb)	Rural Utilities Act;
	(cc)	Special Payment Act;
	(dd)	Telecommunications Act;
	(ee)	Veterinary Profession Act;
	(ff)	Widows' Pension Act;
	(gg)	Workers' Compensation Act.
(2)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister in the Radiation 
Health Administration Regulation (AR 49/96) are transferred to the 
Minister of Employment, Immigration and Industry.
(3)  The responsibility for
	(a)	that part of the public service associated with the Rural 
Development Branch the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and 
Rural Development except part associated with elements 
3.0.4, 3.0.5, 3.0.8 and 3.0.9 of Program 3, Rural 
Development,
	(b)	that part of the public service associated with the Northern 
Alberta Development Council of the Ministry of Aboriginal 
Affairs and Northern Development, and
	(c)	that part of the public service associated with the 
administration of the programs described in subsections  (5), 
(6), (7) and (8),
is transferred to the Minister of Employment, Immigration and 
Industry.
(4)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of Program 3, Northern Alberta Development Council, of the 
2006-07 Government appropriation for Aboriginal Affairs and 
Northern Development is transferred to the Minister of Employment, 
Immigration and Industry.
(5)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of Program 1, Ministry Support Services, except elements 
1.0.1 and 1.0.2, Program 2, Industry, Trade and Investment, except 
elements 2.0.1, 2.0.2, 2.0.3 and 2.0.6, and Program 4, Strategic 
Economic Leadership and Business Intelligence, of the 2006-07 
Government appropriation for Economic Development is transferred to 
the Minister of Employment, Immigration and Industry.
(6)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of Program 1, Ministry Support Services, Program 2, People 
and Skills Investments, Program 3, Work Place Investments, Program 
4, Labour Relations and Adjudication, and Program 6, Workers' 
Compensation Appeals, of the 2006-07 Government appropriation for 
Human Resources and Employment is transferred to the Minister of 
Employment, Immigration and Industry.
(7)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of Program 3, Rural Development, except elements 3.0.4, 
3.0.5, 3.0.8 and 3.0.9 of the 2006-07 Government appropriation for 
Agriculture, Food and Rural Development is transferred to the 
Minister of Employment, Immigration and Industry.
(8)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of element 2.0.4 of Program 2, Program Delivery Support, of 
the 2006-07 Government appropriation for Advanced Education is 
transferred to the Minister of Employment, Immigration and Industry.
Energy
7(1)  The Minister of Energy continues to be designated as the 
Minister responsible for the following enactments:
	(a)	Alberta Energy and Utilities Board Act;
	(b)	Coal Conservation Act;
	(c)	Coal Sales Act;
	(d)	Electric Utilities Act;
	(e)	Energy Resources Conservation Act;
	(f)	Freehold Mineral Rights Tax Act;
	(g)	Gas Resources Preservation Act;
	(h)	Gas Utilities Act;
	(i)	Hydro and Electric Energy Act;
	(j)	The Mineral Titles Redemption Act;
	(k)	Mines and Minerals Act, except Part 8;
	(l)	Natural Gas Marketing Act;
	(m)	Natural Gas Price Administration Act;
	(n)	Natural Gas Price Protection Act;
	(o)	Natural Gas Pricing Agreement Act;
	(p)	Oil and Gas Conservation Act;
	(q)	Oil Sands Conservation Act;
	(r)	Petroleum Marketing Act;
	(s)	Pipeline Act;
	(t)	Public Utilities Board Act;
	(u)	Small Power Research and Development Act;
	(v)	Turner Valley Unit Operations Act;
	(w)	Water, Gas and Electric Companies Act, except section 4.
(2)  The responsibility for section 108(g), (h) and (j) of the Mines and 
Minerals Act continues to be designated as the common responsibility 
of the Minister of Energy and the Minister of Sustainable Resource 
Development.
(3)  The responsibility for section 4 of the Water, Gas and Electric 
Companies Act continues to be designated as the common 
responsibility of the Minister of Energy and the Minister of 
Infrastructure and Transportation.
(4)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance voted to the appropriation in the 2006-07 supplementary 
supply estimates with respect to element 4.0.5 of Program 4, Industry 
Development, of the 2006-07 Government appropriation for 
Agriculture, Food and Rural Development is transferred to the 
Minister of Energy.
Environment
8(1)  The Minister of Environment continues to be designated as the 
Minister responsible for the following enactments:
	(a)	The Bighorn Agreement Validating Act;
	(b)	The Brazeau River Development Act;
	(c)	Climate Change and Emissions Management Act;
	(d)	Drainage Districts Act;
	(e)	Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act, except 
sections 30 to 34 and section 37(d) to (j);
	(f)	Schedule 5 of the Government Organization Act, except 
sections 4 to 9;
	(g)	Stettler Regional Water Authorization Act;
	(h)	Water Act, except Part 6 and sections 159 and 163.
(2)  The responsibility for sections 4(2)(f) and (g) and 9 of Schedule 5 
of the Government Organization Act continues to be designated to the 
common responsibility of the Minister of Environment, the Minister of 
Infrastructure and Transportation and the Minister of Sustainable 
Resource Development.
(3)  The responsibility for sections 4 to 8, except section 4(2)(f) and 
(g), of Schedule 5 of the Government Organization Act continues to be 
designated to the common responsibility of the Minister of 
Environment and the Minister of Infrastructure and Transportation.
(4)  The responsibility for Part 6 and sections 159 and 163 of the Water 
Act continues to be designated as the common responsibility of the 
Minister of the Environment and the Minister of Infrastructure and 
Transportation.
Finance
9(1)  The Minister of Finance continues to be designated as the 
Minister responsible for the following enactments:
	(a)	Alberta Capital Finance Authority Act;
	(b)	Alberta Corporate Tax Act, except section 26.41;
	(c)	Alberta Heritage Savings Trust Fund Act;
	(d)	Alberta Income Tax Act;
	(e)	Alberta Personal Income Tax Act;
	(f)	Alberta Taxpayer Protection Act;
	(g)	Alberta Treasury Branches Act;
	(h)	Civil Service Garnishee Act;
	(i)	Credit Union Act;
	(j)	Employment Pension Plans Act;
	(k)	Farm Credit Stability Act; 
	(l)	Part 5 of the Financial Administration Act;
	(m)	Financial Consumers Act;
	(n)	Fuel Tax Act, except sections 12(3), (4) and (5), 34(c), 37(2), 
42 and 51(1)(j) and (aa);
	(o)	Government Fees and Charges Review Act;
	(p)	Income Trusts Liability Act;
	(q)	Insurance Act;
	(r)	Loan and Trust Corporations Act;
	(s)	Members of the Legislative Assembly Pension Plan Act;
	(t)	Municipal Debentures Act;
	(u)	Pension Fund Act;
	(v)	Public Sector Pension Plans Act;
	(w)	Securities Act;
	(x)	Securities Transfer Act;
	(y)	Statistics Bureau Act;
	(z)	Tobacco Tax Act;
	(aa)	Tourism Levy Act.
(2)  The responsibility for sections 12(3), (4) and (5), 34(c), 37(2), 42 
and 51(1)(j) and (aa) of the Fuel Tax Act is transferred to the common 
responsibility of the Minister of Finance and the Minister of 
Agriculture and Food.
(3)  The responsibility for section 26.41 of the Alberta Corporate Tax 
Act continues to be designated as the common responsibility of the 
Minister of Finance and the Minister of Energy.
(4)  The responsibility for the Financial Administration Act, except 
sections 4 to 9 and Parts 3 and 5, is transferred to the common 
responsibility of the President of the Treasury Board and the Minister 
of Finance.
Health and Wellness
10(1)  The Minister of Health and Wellness continues to be designated 
as the Minister responsible for the following enactments:
	(a)	ABC Benefits Corporation Act;
	(b)	section 9 of the Alberta Evidence Act;
	(c)	Alberta Health Care Insurance Act;
	(d)	Alcohol and Drug Abuse Act;
	(e)	Ambulance Services Act;
	(f)	Cancer Programs Act;
	(g)	Charitable Donation of Food Act;
	(h)	Chiropractic Profession Act;
	(i)	Emergency Medical Aid Act;
	(j)	Schedule 7 and Schedule 7.1 to the Government 
Organization Act;
	(k)	Health Care Protection Act;
	(l)	Health Disciplines Act; 
	(m)	Health Facilities Review Committee Act;
	(n)	Health Information Act;
	(o)	Health Insurance Premiums Act;
	(p)	Health Professions Act;
	(q)	Hospitals Act, except sections 28(1)(a), 42 and 43(h) to (j);
	(r)	Human Tissue Gift Act;
	(s)	Medical Profession Act;
	(t)	Mental Health Act, except section 53(1)(c); 
	(u)	M.S.I. Foundation Act;
	(v)	Nursing Homes Act, except sections 6, 11, 19, 23(g) and (j) 
and 24(g), (j) and (l);
	(w)	Opticians Act; 
	(x)	Pharmacy and Drug Act;
	(y)	Pharmaceutical Profession Act; 
	(z)	Physical Therapy Profession Act;
	(aa)	Podiatry Act;
	(bb)	Prevention of Youth Tobacco Use Act;
	(cc)	Protection of Children Abusing Drugs Act;
	(dd)	Provincial Health Authorities of Alberta Act;
	(ee)	Public Health Act, except sections 12, 66(1)(dd), (ee), (kk), 
(ll) and (mm) and 66.1;
	(ff)	Regional Health Authorities Act;
	(gg)	Smoke-free Places Act.
(2)  The Minister of Health and Wellness and the Minister of Seniors 
and Community Supports continue to be designated as the Ministers 
with common responsibility for section 19 of the Nursing Homes Act.
(3)  The Minister of Health and Wellness and the Minister of 
Infrastructure and Transportation continue to be designated as the 
Ministers with common responsibility for the following enactments: 
	(a)	sections 28(1)(a), 42 and 43(h) to (j) of the Hospitals Act; 
	(b)	section 53(1)(c) of the Mental Health Act; 
	(c)	sections 6, 11, 23(g) and (j) and 24(l) of the Nursing Homes 
Act.
(4)  The Minister of Health and Wellness and the Minister of Seniors 
and Community Supports continue to be designated as the Ministers 
with common responsibility for sections 12, 66(1)(dd), (ee), (kk), (ll) 
and (mm) and 66.1 of the Public Health Act.
Infrastructure and Transportation
11(1)  The Minister of Infrastructure and Transportation continues to 
be designated as the Minister responsible for the following enactments:
	(a)	Builders' Lien Act;
	(b)	City Transportation Act;
	(c)	Dangerous Goods Transportation and Handling Act;
	(d)	Highways Development and Protection Act;
	(e)	Schedule 14 to the Government Organization Act;
	(f)	Public Highways Development Act, except sections 14 to 18 
and 19(a) and (e);
	(g)	Public Works Act;
	(h)	Railway (Alberta) Act;
	(i)	Regional Airports Authorities Act;
	(j)	sections 66(2) and (3) and 67 of the Post-secondary Learning 
Act;
	(k)	Traffic Safety Act, except sections 2(1), 8 and 64(a), (d), (f), 
(g), (m), (s) and (u)(i) to (iv).
(2)  The responsibility for sections 2(1), 8 and 64(a), (d), (f), (g), (m), 
(s) and (u)(i) to (iv) of the Traffic Safety Act is transferred to the 
common responsibility of the Minister of Infrastructure and 
Transportation and the Minister of Service Alberta.
(3)  The responsibility for Schedule 11 of the Government 
Organization Act is transferred to the common responsibility of the 
Minister of Infrastructure and Transportation and the Minister of 
Service Alberta.
(4)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister of Environment 
in the Calgary Restricted Development Area Regulations (AR 212/76), 
Edmonton Restricted Development Area Regulations (AR 287/74) and 
The Sherwood Park West Restricted Development Area Regulations 
(AR 45/74) continue to be the responsibility of the Minister of 
Infrastructure and Transportation.
(5)  The responsibility for the administration of unexpended balance of 
element 4.0.1 of Program 4, Service Excellence, of the 2006-07 
Government appropriation for Restructuring and Government 
Efficiency is transferred to the Minister of Infrastructure and 
Transportation.
International, Intergovernmental and Aboriginal Relations
12(1)  The responsibility for the following enactments is transferred to 
the Minister of International, Intergovernmental and Aboriginal 
Relations:
	(a)	Constitutional Referendum Act;
	(b)	Constitution of Alberta Amendment Act, 1990;
	(c)	section 11 of and Schedule 6 to the Government 
Organization Act;
	(d)	International Trade and Investment Agreements 
Implementation Act;
	(e)	Metis Settlements Act;
	(f)	Metis Settlements Accord Implementation Act;
	(g)	Metis Settlements Land Protection Act; 
	(h)	Senatorial Selection Act.
(2)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister in the Aboriginal 
Affairs and Northern Development Grant Regulation (AR 4/2002) are 
transferred to the Minister of International, Intergovernmental and 
Aboriginal Relations.
(3)  The responsibility for
	(a)	that part of the public service associated with the Ministry of 
Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development, except with 
respect to Northern Alberta Development Council and 
element 1.0.1 of Program 1, Ministry Support Services,
	(b)	that part of the public service associated with Ministry of 
International and Intergovernmental Relations, and
	(c)	that part of the public service associated with the trade 
operations, international trade representation and export 
development branches of the Ministry of Economic 
Development,
is transferred to the Minister of International, Intergovernmental and 
Aboriginal Relations.
(4)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of the 2006-07 Government appropriation for Aboriginal 
Affairs and Northern Development, except element 1.0.1 of Program 1, 
Ministry Support Services, and Program 3, Northern Alberta 
Development Council, is transferred to the Minister of International, 
Intergovernmental and Aboriginal Relations.
(5)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of elements 2.0.1, 2.0.2 and 2.0.3 of Program 2, Industry and 
Regional Development Trade and Investment, of the 2006-07 
Government appropriation for Economic Development is transferred to 
the Minister of International, Intergovernmental and Aboriginal 
Relations.
(6)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of the 2006-07 Government appropriation for International and 
Intergovernmental Relations is transferred to the Minister of 
International, Intergovernmental and Aboriginal Relations.
Justice
13   The Minister of Justice and Attorney General continues to be 
designated as the Minister responsible for the following enactments:
	(a)	Administration of Estates Act;
	(b)	Administrative Procedures and Jurisdiction Act;
	(c)	Adult Interdependent Relationships Act;
	(d)	Age of Majority Act;
	(e)	Alberta Evidence Act, except section 9;
	(f)	Alberta Personal Property Bill of Rights;
	(g)	Arbitration Act;
	(h)	Civil Enforcement Act;
	(i)	Class Proceedings Act;
	(j)	Commissioners for Oaths Act;
	(k)	Conflicts of Interest Act;
	(l)	Contributory Negligence Act;
	(m)	Court of Appeal Act;
	(n)	Court of Queen's Bench Act;
	(o)	Dangerous Dogs Act;
	(p)	Daylight Saving Time Act;
	(q)	Defamation Act;
	(r)	Dependants Relief Act;
	(s)	Devolution of Real Property Act;
	(t)	Expropriation Act, except sections 25 to 28 and 72;
	(u)	Extra-provincial Enforcement of Custody Orders Act;
	(v)	Factors Act;
	(w)	Family Law Act;
	(x)	Fatal Accidents Act;
	(y)	Fatality Inquiries Act;
	(z)	Fraudulent Preferences Act;
	(aa)	Frustrated Contracts Act;
	(bb)	Schedule 9 to the Government Organization Act;
	(cc)	Guarantees Acknowledgment Act;
	(dd)	Innkeepers Act;
	(ee)	International Child Abduction Act;
	(ff)	International Commercial Arbitration Act;
	(gg)	International Conventions Implementation Act;
	(hh)	Interpretation Act;
	(ii)	Interprovincial Subpoena Act;
	(jj)	Intestate Succession Act;
	(kk)	Judgment Interest Act;
	(ll)	Judicature Act;
	(mm)	Jury Act;
	(nn)	Justice of the Peace Act;
	(oo)	Landlord's Rights on Bankruptcy Act;
	(pp)	Languages Act/Loi linguistique;
	(qq)	Legal Profession Act; 
	(rr)	Legitimacy Act;
	(ss)	Limitations Act;
	(tt)	Maintenance Enforcement Act;
	(uu)	Married Women's Act;
	(vv)	Masters and Servants Act;
	(ww)	Matrimonial Property Act;
	(xx)	Minors' Property Act;
	(yy)	Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Act, except sections 2 and 3;
	(zz)	Notaries Public Act;
	(aaa)	Oaths of Office Act;
	(bbb)	Occupiers' Liability Act;
	(ccc)	Perpetuities Act;
	(ddd)	Part 5 of the Personal Property Security Act; 
	(eee)	Petty Trespass Act;
	(fff)	Powers of Attorney Act;
	(ggg)	Proceedings Against the Crown Act; 
	(hhh)	Provincial Court Act;
	(iii)	Provincial Offences Procedure Act;
	(jjj)	Public Inquiries Act;
	(kkk)	Public Trustee Act;
	(lll)	Queen's Counsel Act;
	(mmm)	Reciprocal Enforcement of Judgments Act;
	(nnn)	Recording of Evidence Act;
	(ooo)	Regulations Act;
	(ppp)	The Revised Statutes 1980 Act;
	(qqq)	Road Building Machinery Equipment Act;
	(rrr)	Sale of Goods Act;
	(sss)	Statute Revision Act; 
	(ttt)	Survival of Actions Act;
	(uuu)	Survivorship Act;
	(vvv)	Tort-feasors Act;
	(www)	Trespass to Premises Act;
	(xxx)	Trustee Act;
	(yyy)	Ultimate Heir Act;
	(zzz)	Unconscionable Transactions Act;
	(aaaa)	Warehouse Receipts Act;
	(bbbb)	Wills Act;
	(cccc)	Youth Justice Act.
Municipal Affairs and Housing
14(1)  The responsibility for the following enactments is transferred to 
the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing:
	(a)	The Calgary-Canadian Pacific Transit Agreement Act;
	(b)	City of Lloydminster Act;
	(c)	Disaster Services Act;
	(d)	The Edmonton-Meadowview Agreement Act;
	(e)	Schedule 10 to the Government Organization Act, except 
sections 2, 3, 4, 9 and 10;
	(f)	Libraries Act;
	(g)	Local Authorities Election Act;
	(h)	Municipal Government Act;
	(i)	Parks Towns Act;
	(j)	Safety Codes Act;
	(k)	Special Areas Act.
(2)  The responsibility for the Alberta Housing Act is transferred to the 
common responsibility of the Minister of Municipal Affairs and 
Housing and the Minister of Seniors and Community Supports.
(3)  The responsibility for sections 14 to 18 and 19(a) and (e) of the 
Public Highways Development Act is transferred to the common 
responsibility of the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing and 
the Minister of Infrastructure and Transportation.
(4)  The responsibility for sections 2, 3, 4, 9 and 10 of Schedule 10 of 
the Government Organization Act is transferred to the common 
responsibility of the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing and 
the Minister of Employment, Immigration and Industry.
(5)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister in the Municipal 
Affairs Grants Regulation (AR 123/2000) are transferred to the 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing.
(6)  The responsibility for 
	(a)	that part of public service associated with the Ministry of 
Municipal Affairs, and
	(b)	that part of the public service associated with elements 3.1.3, 
3.2.1, 3.2.2, 3.4.3 and 3.4.6 of Program 3, Housing Services, 
associated with the Ministry of Seniors and Community 
Development
is transferred to the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing.
(7)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of the 2006-07 Government appropriation for Municipal 
Affairs is transferred to the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing.
(8)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of Program 3, Housing Services, except elements 3.1.3, 3.2.1, 
3.2.2 and $350 000 of element 3.4.3, and element 3.4.6, of the 2006-07 
Government appropriation for Seniors and Community Supports is 
transferred to the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing.
(9)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of the community services functions of elements 2.0.3, 2.0.5 
and 2.0.8 of Program 2, Community Services, of the 2006-07 
Government appropriation for Community Development is transferred 
to the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing.
Seniors and Community Supports
15(1)  The  Minister of Seniors and Community Supports continues to 
be designated as the Minister responsible for the following enactments:
	(a)	Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped Act;
	(b)	Blind Persons' Rights Act;
	(c)	Dependent Adults Act;
	(d)	section 24(g) and (j) of the Nursing Homes Act;
	(e)	Personal Directives Act;
	(f)	Persons with Developmental Disabilities Community 
Governance Act;
	(g)	Persons with Developmental Disabilities Foundation Act;
	(h)	Premier's Council on the Status of Persons with Disabilities 
Act;
	(i)	Protection for Persons in Care Act;
	(j)	Seniors Advisory Council for Alberta Act;
	(k)	Seniors Benefit Act.
(2)  The responsibility for Schedule 13, except section 2, to the 
Government Organization Act is transferred to the common 
responsibility of the Minister of Seniors and Community Supports and 
the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing.
(3)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister in the Alberta 
Aids to Daily Living and Extended Health Benefits Regulation 
(AR 236/85) continue to be the responsibility of the Minister of 
Seniors and Community Supports.
Service Alberta
16(1)  The responsibility for the following enactments is transferred to 
the Minister of Service Alberta:
	(a)	Agricultural and Recreational Land Ownership Act;
	(b)	Business Corporations Act;
	(c)	Cemeteries Act;
	(d)	Cemetery Companies Act;
	(e)	Change of Name Act;
	(f)	Charitable Fund-raising Act;
	(g)	Companies Act;
	(h)	Condominium Property Act;
	(i)	Cooperatives Act;
	(j)	Debtors' Assistance Act;
	(k)	Dower Act;
	(l)	Electronic Transactions Act;
	(m)	Fair Trading Act;
	(n)	Franchises Act;
	(o)	Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act;
	(p)	Funeral Services Act;
	(q)	Garage Keepers' Lien Act;
	(r)	sections 2, 3 and 14 of Schedule 11, Schedule 12 and section 
2 of Schedule 13 to the Government Organization Act;
	(s)	Land Titles Act;
	(t)	Law of Property Act;
	(u)	Marriage Act;
	(v)	Mobile Home Sites Tenancies Act;
	(w)	sections 2 and 3 of the Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Act;
	(x)	Partnership Act;
	(y)	Personal Information Protection Act;
	(z)	Personal Property Security Act, except Part 5;
	(aa)	Possessory Liens Act;
	(bb)	Public Service Act;
	(cc)	Public Service Employee Relations Act;
	(dd)	Queen's Printer Act;
	(ee)	Real Estate Act;
	(ff)	Religious Societies' Land Act;
	(gg)	Residential Tenancies Act;
	(hh)	Societies Act;
	(ii)	Vital Statistics Act;
	(jj)	Warehousemen's Lien Act;
	(kk)	Woodmen's Lien Act.
(2)  The responsibility for
	(a)	that part of the public service associated with the Ministry of 
Government Services,
	(b)	that part of the public service associated with the Ministry of 
Restructuring and Government Efficiency, except that part 
associated with elements 1.0.1 and 1.0.2 of Program 1, and 
the building secturity function element 4.0.1 of Program 4,
	(c)	that part of the public service associated with Program 5, 
Personnel Administration Office, and Program 7, Long-term 
Disability Plan, of the Ministry of Human Resources and 
Employment, and
	(d)	that part of the public service associated with element 2.0.7 
of Program 2, Government Operations, of the Ministry of 
Infrastructure and Transportation,
is transferred to the Minister of Service Alberta.
(3)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of the 2006-07 Government appropriation for Government 
Services, and for Restructuring and Government Efficiency, except 
elements 1.0.1 and 1.0.2 of Program 1, Ministry Support Services, and 
the building security function of element 4.0.1 of Program 4, is 
transferred to the Minister of Service Alberta.
(4)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of Program 5, Personnel Administration Office, and Program 
7, Long-term Disability Plan, of the 2006-07 Government 
appropriation for Human Resources and Employment is transferred to 
the Minister of Service Alberta.
(5)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of element 2.0.7 of Program 2, Government Operations, of the 
2006-07 Government appropriation for Infrastructure and 
Transportation is transferred to the Minister of Service Alberta.
(6)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of $500 000 of element 7.0.2 and $1 000 000 of element 7.0.1 
of Program 7, non-cash items, of the 2006-07 Government 
appropriation for Infrastructure and Transportation is transferred to the 
Minister of Service Alberta.
Solicitor General and Public Security
17(1)  The Solicitor General and Minister of Public Security continues 
to be designated as the Minister responsible for the following 
enactments:
	(a)	Corrections Act;
	(b)	Schedule 15 of the Government Organization Act;
	(c)	Peace Officer Act;
	(d)	Private Investigators and Security Guards Act;
	(e)	Police Act;
	(f)	Victims of Crime Act.
(2)  The responsibility for the following enactments is transferred to 
the Solicitor General and Minister of Public Security:
	(a)	Gaming and Liquor Act;
	(b)	Horse Racing Alberta Act.
(3)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister in the Gaming 
Grants Regulation (AR 29/2004) are transferred to the Solicitor 
General and Minister of Public Security.
(4)  The responsibility for the administration of
	(a)	that part of the public service associated with elements 1.0.3 
and 1.0.4 of Program 1, Ministry Support Services, and 
Program 2, Gaming Research associated with the Ministry of 
Gaming, and
	(b)	that part of the public service associated with that part of 
element 4.0.1 as described in subsection (6),
is transferred to the Solicitor General and Minister of Public Security.
(5)  The responsibility for the unexpended balance of elements 1.0.3 
and 1.0.4 of Program 1, Ministry Support Services, and Program 2, 
Gaming Research, of the 2006-07 Government appropriation for 
Gaming is transferred to the Solicitor General and Minister of Public 
Security.
(6)  The responsibility for the unexpended balance of the building 
security function of element 4.0.1, of Program 4, Procurement and 
Administration Services, of the 2006-07 Government appropriation for 
Restructuring and Government Efficiency is transferred to the Solicitor 
General and Minister of Public Security.
Sustainable Resource Development
18(1)  The Minister of Sustainable Resource Development continues 
to be designated as the Minister responsible for the following 
enactments:
	(a)	Boundary Surveys Act;
	(b)	sections 25 to 28 and 72 of the Expropriation Act;
	(c)	Fisheries (Alberta) Act;
	(d)	Forest and Prairie Protection Act;
	(e)	Forest Reserves Act;
	(f)	Forests Act;
	(g)	Part 8 of the Mines and Minerals Act, except section 108(g), 
(h) and (j);
	(h)	Public Lands Act;
	(i)	Surface Rights Act;
	(j)	Surveys Act, except section 5(1)(d) and (2)(b);
	(k)	Wildlife Act.
(2)  The responsibility for section 5(1)(d) and (2)(b) of the Surveys Act 
is transferred to the common responsibility of the Minister of Service 
Alberta and the Minister of Sustainable Resource Development.
(3)  The responsibility for the Natural Resources Conservation Board 
Act continues to be designated as the common responsibility of the 
Minister of Sustainable Resource Development and the Minister of 
Environment.
(4)  The responsibility for sections 30 to 34 of the Environmental 
Protection and Enhancement Act continues to be designated as the 
common responsibility of the Minister of Sustainable Resource 
Development and the Minister of Environment.
(5)  The responsibility for section 37(d) to (j) of the Environmental 
Protection and Enhancement Act continues to be designated as the 
common responsibility of the Minister of Environment and the 
Minister of Sustainable Resource Development.
(6)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister in the 
Environment Grant Regulation (AR 182/2000) continue to be 
designated as the common responsibility of the Minister of 
Environment and the Minister of Sustainable Resource Development.
Tourism, Parks, Recreation and Culture
19(1)  The responsibility for the following enactments is transferred to 
the Minister of Tourism, Parks, Recreation and Culture:
	(a)	Alberta Centennial Medal Act;
	(b)	Alberta Foundation for the Arts Act;
	(c)	Alberta Sport, Recreation, Parks and Wildlife Foundation 
Act;
	(d)	Amusements Act;
	(e)	Emblems of Alberta Act;
	(f)	First Nations Sacred Ceremonial Objects Repatriation Act;
	(g)	Foreign Cultural Property Immunity Act;
	(h)	Glenbow-Alberta Institute Act;
	(i)	Government House Act;
	(j)	Historical Resources Act;
	(k)	Holocaust Memorial Day and Genocide Remembrance Act;
	(l)	Human Rights, Citizenship and Multiculturalism Act;
	(m)	Provincial Parks Act, except sections 14 and 15;
	(n)	Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Recognition Act;
	(o)	Recreation Development Act;
	(p)	Wilderness Areas, Ecological Reserves, Natural Areas and 
Heritage Rangelands Act;
	(q)	Wild Rose Foundation Act;
	(r)	Willmore Wilderness Park Act.
(2)  The responsibility for sections 14 and 15 of the Provincial Parks 
Act is transferred as the common responsibility of the Minister of 
Tourism, Parks, Recreation and Culture and the Minister of 
Infrastructure and Transportation.
(3)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister in the Community 
Development Grants Regulation (AR 57/98) are transferred to the 
Minister of Tourism, Parks, Recreation and Culture.
(4)  The responsibility for 
	(a)	that part of the public service associated with Program 3, 
Lottery Funding Program associated with the Ministry of 
Gaming,
	(b)	that part of the public service associated with the Ministry of 
Community Development, except elements 2.0.5, 2.0.8 and 
that part of element 2.0.3 associated with the Wild Rose 
Foundation, and
	(c)	that part of the public service associated with element 2.0.6, 
Alberta Film Development Program, and Program 3, 
Tourism Marketing and Development, associated with the 
Ministry of Economic Development,
is transferred to the Minister to Tourism, Parks, Recreation and 
Culture.
(5)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of element 2.0.6 of Program 2, Industry and Regional 
Development, Trade and Investment, and Program 3, Tourism, 
Marketing and Development, of the 2006-07 Government 
appropriation for Economic Development is transferred to the Minister 
of Tourism, Parks, Recreation and Culture.
(6)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of the 2006-07 Government appropriation for Community 
Development, except that part of element 2.0.3 associated with the 
Wild Rose Foundation and elements 2.0.5 and 2.0.8 of Program 2, 
Community Services, is transferred to the Minister of Tourism, Parks, 
Recreation and Culture.
(7)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of Program 3, Lottery Funding Programs, of the 2006-07 
Government appropriation for Gaming is transferred to the Minister of 
Tourism, Parks, Recreation and Culture.
Treasury Board
20(1)  The responsibility for the administration of sections 4 to 9 and 
Part 3 of the Financial Administration Act is transferred to the 
President of the Treasury Board.
(2)  The responsibility for the Fiscal Responsibility Act and the 
Government Accountability Act is transferred to the common 
responsibility of the President of the Treasury Board and the Minister 
of Finance.
(3)  The responsibility of that part of the public service associated with 
the parts of appropriation described in subsections (4) to (10) is 
transferred to the responsibility of the President of the Treasury Board.
(4)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of element 2.0.2 related to the function of Office of the 
Controller, Consolidations and Pensions, Financial Accounting and 
Reporting Standards, Performance Planning and Reporting, and 
Budget and Business Planning (Expenditure Management) of Program 
2, Fiscal Planning and Financial Management, of the 2006-07 
Government appropriation for Finance is transferred to the President of 
the Treasury Board.
(5)  The responsibility for the administration of unexpended balance 
related to the capital planning and alternative financial functions of 
element 6.0.4 of Program 6, Other Program Services, of the 2006-07 
Government appropriation for Infrastructure and Transportation is 
transferred to the President of the Treasury Board.
(6)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of elements 1.0.1 and 1.0.2 of Program 1, of the 2006-07 
Government appropriation for Innovation and Science is transferred to 
the President of the Treasury Board.
(7)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of elements 1.0.1 and 1.0.2 of Program 1, of the 2006-07 
Government appropriation for Restructuring and Government 
Efficiency is transferred to the President of the Treasury Board.
(8)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of elements 1.0.1 and 1.0.2 of Program 1, of the 2006-07 
Government appropriation for Economic Development is transferred to 
the President of the Treasury Board.
(9)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of elements 1.0.1 and 1.0.2 of Program 1, of the 2006-07 
Government appropriation for Gaming is transferred to the President of 
the Treasury Board.
(10)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of element 1.0.1 of Program 1, of the 2006-07 Government 
appropriation for Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development is 
transferred to the President of the Treasury Board.
Repeals
21(1)  The Designation and Transfer of Responsibility Regulation (AR 
44/2001) is repealed.
(2)  The Reorganization Administrative Transfer Order (AR 200/93) is 
repealed.

THE ALBERTA GAZETTE, PART II, DECEMBER 30, 2006