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Alberta Regulation 24/2007
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
HOG REGISTRATION, LICENSING AND UNIVERSAL SERVICE 
CHARGE AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: February 27, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Pork Producers Development 
Corporation on February 14, 2007 pursuant to section 26 of the Marketing of 
Agricultural Products Act and approved by the Agricultural Products Marketing 
Council.
1   The Hog Registration, Licensing and Universal Service 
Charge Regulation (AR 285/96) is amended by this 
Regulation.

2   Section 22 is amended by striking out "February 28, 2007" 
and substituting "September 30, 2012".


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Alberta Regulation 25/2007
Municipal Government Act
CAPITAL REGION ASSESSMENT SERVICES COMMISSION 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: February 28, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 51/2007) 
on February 28, 2007 pursuant to section 602.2 of the Municipal Government Act. 
1   The Capital Region Assessment Services Commission 
Regulation (AR 77/96) is amended by this Regulation.

2   The Schedule is amended by adding the following after 
clause (e):
	(e.1)	Village of Itaska Beach




Alberta Regulation 26/2007
Ambulance Services Act
CONFIDENTIALITY AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: February 28, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 52/2007) 
on February 28, 2007 pursuant to section 37 of the Ambulance Services Act. 
1   The Confidentiality Regulation (AR 38/99) is amended by 
this Regulation.

2   Section 10 is amended by striking out "April 30, 2007" and 
substituting "April 30, 2010".


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Alberta Regulation 27/2007
Hospitals Act
HOSPITALS FOUNDATION REGULATION
Filed: February 28, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 53/2007) 
on February 28, 2007 pursuant to section 60 of the Hospitals Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	Transfer of property to Foundation
	3	Winding-up of Foundation
	4	Repeal
	5	Expiry
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Act" means the Hospitals Act;
	(b)	"board" has the same meaning as "board" in section 48(a) of 
the Act;
	(c)	"directive" means the instrument issued under section 2(6);
	(d)	"Foundation" means a foundation established under Part 4 of 
the Hospitals Act.
Transfer of property to Foundation
2(1)  After taking all reasonable steps to ensure that existing trust 
conditions, if any, will be complied with, a board may transfer to a 
Foundation any property received by the board by means of bequest, 
donation or other gift.
(2)  Subject to any directive, a board may make repayable advances to 
a Foundation.
(3)  Subject to any directive, a board may provide a non-monetary 
subsidy to a Foundation if the board expects to receive benefits from 
the Foundation that exceed the value of the subsidy.
(4)  If a board provides a non-monetary subsidy under subsection (3), it 
shall advise the Foundation of the value of the subsidy within 21 days 
after the end of the board's fiscal year.
(5)  A board may transfer any property to the Foundation under 
circumstances not covered by any other subsection of this section if the 
board receives fair value in exchange for the transfer of property.
(6)  The Minister may issue to a board a directive in the form of a 
written policy, rule, direction or guideline for the purposes of 
subsection (2) or (3).
Winding-up of Foundation
3(1)  The Minister may order that a Foundation be wound up in any of 
the following circumstances:
	(a)	on the request of the Foundation or the board that established 
the Foundation;
	(b)	if the Foundation contravenes the Act or the regulations or an 
order or directive of the Minister;
	(c)	if the Minister is satisfied that the Foundation is inactive;
	(d)	if the Minister is satisfied that the Foundation is not carrying 
out its objects;
	(e)	if the board ceases to exist.
(2)  A Foundation may not be wound up except by an order of the 
Minister under subsection (1).
(3)  If the Minister orders that a Foundation be wound up,
	(a)	the Minister must, subject to section 59 of the Act and to 
subsection (4), take such measures as the Minister considers 
necessary to give effect to the order and, for that purpose, has 
all the power and authority to act as if the Minister were the 
Foundation, and
	(b)	the board may not exercise any of its powers or authority 
except under the direction of the Minister.
(4)  If a Foundation is wound up, after applying section 59 of the Act, 
the balance of the property of the Foundation must be transferred
	(a)	to a successor foundation if, in the Minister's opinion, there 
is one,
	(b)	if, in the Minister's opinion, there is no successor foundation, 
to the board for the benefit of any facilities or programs 
formerly benefited by the Foundation, or
	(c)	if, in the Minister's opinion, there is no successor foundation 
and either there are no facilities or programs referred to in 
clause (b) or the board no longer exists or is no longer 
functioning, to another person in Alberta who is a qualified 
donee within the meaning of the Income Tax Act (Canada) 
and who has objects or purposes that are similar to the 
objects or purposes of the Foundation being wound-up, as 
determined by the Minister.
Repeal
4   The Hospital Foundations Regulation (AR 319/84) is repealed.
Expiry
5   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for 
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be 
repassed in its present or an amended form following a review, this 
Regulation expires on March 31, 2015.


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Alberta Regulation 28/2007
Regional Health Authorities Act
REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITIES FOUNDATIONS REGULATION
Filed: February 28, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 54/2007) 
on February 28, 2007 pursuant to section 23 of the Regional Health Authorities Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	Establishing regional foundations
	3	Foundation bylaws
	4	Board members
	5	Term of office
	6	Board chair
	7	Board of University Hospitals Foundation
	8	Eligibility
	9	University Hospitals Foundation eligibility
	10	Corporate status
	11	Powers and duties
	12	Operational bylaws
	13	Fiscal year
	14	Meetings
	15	Remuneration
	16	Reports
	17	Transfer of property
	18	Winding-up
	19	Amendments of existing bylaws
	20	Repeal
	21	Expiry
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Act" means the Regional Health Authorities Act;
	(b)	"board" means the board of a foundation;
	(c)	"continued foundation" means a foundation that was 
continued by the Regional Health Authorities Foundations 
Regulation (AR 16/95);
	(d)	"foundation" means a continued foundation and a regional 
foundation and in section 2(1)(d) includes a foundation 
established under Part 4 of the Hospitals Act and a 
foundation exempted under section 58 of the Hospitals Act;
	(e)	"regional foundation" means a non-profit corporate body 
established pursuant to the bylaws submitted to the Minister 
by a relevant regional health authority to act in a fundraising 
capacity;
	(f)	"relevant regional health authority" means the regional health 
authority or authorities that proposed the establishment of a 
foundation or the regional health authority or authorities that 
receive funds from a foundation.
Establishing regional foundations
2(1)  A regional health authority may, either individually or with one 
or more regional health authorities, submit bylaws to the Minister to 
establish a regional foundation for any or all of the following purposes:
	(a)	to raise funds to benefit the health region or health regions 
generally;
	(b)	to raise funds to benefit a specific health facility or facilities 
located or to be located in the health region or health regions;
	(c)	to raise funds to benefit a specific health program or 
programs operated or to be operated by the regional health 
authority or health authorities;
	(d)	to raise funds to benefit 2 or more foundations.
(2)  A regional health authority shall not participate in the 
establishment of a regional foundation except in accordance with this 
Regulation and may not incorporate or participate in the incorporation 
of an organization to be used for the purposes of raising funds, other 
than a regional foundation.
(3)  A foundation is established when the Minister approves, under 
section 3(5), the bylaws establishing the foundation.
(4)  If there is a conflict between the bylaws and the Act, a regulation 
under the Act or an enactment that is made applicable by a regulation 
under the Act, then the Act, regulation or enactment prevails.
Foundation bylaws
3(1)  Bylaws submitted under section 2 to establish a foundation must 
contain the following provisions:
	(a)	the name of the foundation;
	(b)	if there is more than one relevant regional health authority, 
the name of each and the specific manner in which the 
relevant regional health authorities are to execute their 
powers and duties under this Regulation;
	(c)	the purposes for which the foundation is established;
	(d)	subject to section 4(1), the number of voting members on the 
foundation's board set out as being within a range of 
numbers or up to a maximum number;
	(e)	the qualifications and other eligibility requirements for 
becoming and remaining a member of the board;
	(f)	the requirement for the establishment of a process by which 
the foundation consults annually with the regional health 
authority or authorities respecting specific purposes and 
effects of fundraising, approved by the board;
	(g)	the requirement for the establishment of the business 
operating rules respecting accumulation and disbursement of 
annual surpluses, approved by the board;
	(h)	the requirement for annual approval by the board of any 
fundraising and financial plans;
	(i)	the requirement for the establishment and maintenance of 
effective internal controls and procedures, including 
borrowing and investing practices, approved by the board.
(2)  If a relevant regional health authority or a continued foundation 
submits to the Minister amendments of bylaws, the amendments must
	(a)	be written so as to ensure that the foundation's funds that 
were accumulated, acquired or pledged before the date of the 
amendments will be used solely, in accordance with any 
applicable trust conditions, to carry out the purposes of the 
foundation as they existed immediately before that date, and
	(b)	include provisions on each matter set out in subsection (1) 
unless each is already provided for in the bylaws.
(3)  No bylaw and no amendment of a bylaw submitted under section 2 
or this section has effect unless it is approved by the Minister.
(4)  The Minister, on receiving bylaws under subsection (2) submitted 
by a foundation, may refer the bylaws to the relevant regional health 
authority for comment.
(5)  On receiving bylaws submitted under section 2 or under subsection 
(2) and on reviewing any comments if any received under subsection 
(4), the Minister may
	(a)	approve the bylaws as submitted,
	(b)	reject the bylaws, or
	(c)	refer the bylaws back to the relevant regional health authority 
or to the foundation to take further action directed by the 
Minister and to resubmit the bylaws.
Board members
4(1)  The number of voting members on a board is the number 
provided for in the bylaws but there must be not fewer than 5 voting 
members on a board.
(2)  The members of a board of a regional foundation are appointed by 
the relevant regional health authority, as provided for in the bylaws.
(3)  The members of the board of a regional foundation appointed by 
the relevant regional health authority are the voting members, unless 
they are non-voting members appointed under subsection (7).
(4)  At least one voting member of the board of a regional foundation 
must be a member of the public who is not a member of the relevant 
regional health authority.
(5)  The voting members of an initial board of a regional foundation, 
other than persons who are members of a regional health authority, 
must be chosen from a list of persons compiled by the relevant 
regional health authority pursuant to a public nomination or 
appointment process implemented by the relevant regional health 
authority.
(6)  The voting members of a board of a regional foundation, other 
than persons who are members of a regional health authority, must be 
chosen from
	(a)	a list of persons nominated by the board,
	(b)	a list of persons compiled by the relevant regional health 
authority pursuant to a public nomination or appointment 
process implemented by the relevant regional health 
authority, or
	(c)	a combination of both lists described in clauses (a) and (b).
(7)  The relevant regional health authority may appoint additional 
persons as non-voting members of the board.
(8)  Subject to subsection (9), the members of the board of a continued 
foundation must be elected at a meeting of the board by the voting 
members then in office and these elected members are voting 
members.
(9)  The relevant regional health authority may appoint one voting 
member of the board of a continued foundation.
(10)  The voting members of the board of a continued foundation who 
are elected under subsection (8) must be chosen from
	(a)	a list of persons nominated by the board,
	(b)	a list of persons compiled by the board pursuant to a public 
nomination or appointment process implemented by the 
board, or
	(c)	a combination of both lists described in clauses (a) and (b).
(11)  The voting members of the board of a continued foundation may 
appoint additional persons as non-voting members of the board.
(12)  The members of a board on the date this regulation comes into 
force continue as members of the board under this Regulation until the 
end of their terms.
Term of office
5(1)  The term of an appointed member of a board must not exceed 3 
years and the member is eligible for reappointment for additional 
terms.
(2)  The term of an elected member of a board must not exceed 3 years 
and the elected member is eligible for re-election for additional terms.
Board chair
6   The voting members of a board must choose a person as chair of 
the board from among themselves.
Board of University Hospitals Foundation
7(1)  In subsection (2)(a), "administrator" means the person who is the 
most senior official in the administrative organization of the hospitals 
and is responsible for the day-to-day operation and management of the 
affairs of the hospitals, regardless of the formal title of that person.
(2)  Despite section 4, the board of the University Hospitals 
Foundation consists of the following voting members:
	(a)	the administrator of the hospitals commonly known as The 
University of Alberta Hospitals;
	(b)	the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine at the University of 
Alberta;
	(c)	one member who is a member of the relevant regional health 
authority and is appointed by the relevant regional health 
authority;
	(d)	one member who is a member of the public, is not a member 
of a regional health authority and is elected at a meeting of 
the board by the other voting members then in office;
	(e)	at least 6 other persons who are elected at a meeting of the 
board by the other voting members then in office.
(3)  Except for a person referred to in subsection (2)(a) or (b), no 
person who is a member of the attending medical staff or is an 
employee of a hospital referred to in that provision is eligible to be a 
member of the board of the University Hospitals Foundation.
Eligibility
8(1)  No person is eligible to be or remain a voting member of a board 
unless that person is ordinarily resident in Alberta.
(2)  A majority of the voting members of a board must be ordinarily 
resident in the relevant health region or health regions administered by 
the relevant regional health authority, as provided for in the bylaws.
(3)  A relevant regional health authority may, by written notice, 
terminate the appointment of a member of a board of a regional 
foundation and a continued foundation may, by written notice, 
terminate the appointment of a member of the continued foundation's 
board, if the member
	(a)	ceases to be ordinarily resident in Alberta, in the case of a 
voting member, or
	(b)	ceases to meet any of the qualifications or other eligibility 
requirements for membership set out in the bylaws.
University Hospitals Foundation eligibility
9(1)  Despite section 8(1), a person is eligible to be appointed or 
elected as a voting member, or to remain as a voting member, of the 
board of the University Hospitals Foundation even if that person is not 
ordinarily resident in Alberta.
(2)  Despite section 8(2), a majority of the voting members of the 
board of the University Hospitals Foundation must be ordinarily 
resident in Alberta.
Corporate status
10(1)  A foundation is a corporation consisting of the board.
(2)  A foundation is not a trust corporation for the purposes of the Loan 
and Trust Corporations Act.
Powers and duties
11(1)  A foundation may, in order to carry out its purposes, solicit and 
receive real and personal property.
(2)  A foundation must adhere to any trust conditions attaching to any 
real and personal property that it has received.
(3)  A foundation must
	(a)	carry on its business without the purpose of gain of its board 
members and shall not pay dividends to its board members, 
and
	(b)	apply the profits, if any, and other income of the foundation 
to carry out the purposes of the foundation.
(4)  A foundation may enter into any contracts and do all other things 
that may be necessary, desirable or expedient to carry out its purposes.
(5)  A board may, at any time, delegate any of its powers to 
committees consisting of any of the members of the board and of any 
other persons as the board considers advisable.
(6)  Any committee established under subsection (5) must, in the 
exercise of the powers delegated to it, conform and be subject to the 
direction and control of the board.
Operational bylaws
12   A foundation may make bylaws respecting the conduct of the 
business and affairs of the foundation that are consistent with the Act, 
this Regulation and the bylaws under section 3 respecting the 
foundation.
Fiscal year
13   The fiscal year of a foundation is from April 1 to the next 
following March 31.
Meetings
14   The board must meet at least once a year on a date determined in 
accordance with the bylaws, under section 12, of the foundation or on 
a date fixed by the chair of the board.
Remuneration
15   Members of the board are not entitled to remuneration for acting 
as members but the board may authorize payment of disbursements 
properly incurred by a member in the course of carrying out the duties 
of a member.
Reports
16(1)  In this section, "gross contributions" means gross contributions 
within the meaning of the Charitable Fund-raising Regulation 
(AR 108/2000).
(2)  Following the end of each fiscal year by the date specified by the 
Minister, but not later than July 31 following each fiscal year, a 
foundation must have prepared and submitted to the relevant regional 
health authority and to the Minister an annual report that includes
	(a)	financial statements for the previous fiscal year
	(i)	that are audited if the gross contributions received by 
the foundation in that year were $250 000 or more, or
	(ii)	that are in a form satisfactory to the Minister if the gross 
contributions received by the foundation in that year 
were less than $250 000,
		and
	(b)	any other information specified by the Minister in a notice in 
writing to the foundation.
(3)  Despite subsection (2), a continued foundation is not required to 
submit an annual report to a regional health authority.
(4)  A foundation must, on the written request of the Minister, forward 
to the Minister records, reports and returns as specified by the Minister 
in the request.
(5)  The Minister may issue to a foundation written directives 
respecting the form, content and timing of any information to be 
provided under subsection (2).
(6)  A foundation must submit the financial statements approved by its 
board to the relevant regional health authority and to the Minister not 
later than June 15 immediately following each fiscal year.
Transfer of property
17   A foundation may, subject to compliance with prior trust 
conditions, transfer any of its property to the relevant regional health 
authority.
Winding-up
18(1)  The Minister may order that a foundation be wound up in any 
of the following circumstances:
	(a)	on the request of a continued foundation or of a relevant 
regional health authority;
	(b)	if the foundation contravenes the Act, a regulation under the 
Act or any order or direction of the Minister;
	(c)	if the relevant regional health authority ceases to exist;
	(d)	if the Minister is satisfied that the foundation is inactive;
	(e)	if the Minister is satisfied that the foundation is not carrying 
out its purposes.
(2)  A foundation may not be wound up except by an order of the 
Minister under this section.
(3)  If the Minister orders that a foundation be wound up,
	(a)	the Minister must, subject to subsection (4), take measures 
that the Minister considers necessary to give effect to the 
order and, for that purpose, has all the power and authority to 
act as if the Minister were the foundation, and
	(b)	the members of the board may not exercise any of their 
powers or authority except under the direction of the 
Minister.
(4)  If a foundation is wound up, the property of the foundation must 
be used
	(a)	firstly, in the payment of any costs incurred in the 
winding-up of the foundation,
	(b)	secondly, to discharge all liabilities of the foundation, and
	(c)	thirdly, to give effect, as far as possible, to any outstanding 
applicable trust conditions
and the balance, if any, must be transferred
	(d)	to a successor foundation, if there is one in the opinion of the 
Minister,
	(e)	if there is no successor foundation,
	(i)	in the case of a regional foundation, to the relevant 
regional health authority or authorities in such portions 
as determined by the Minister, and
	(ii)	in the case of a continued foundation, to the relevant 
regional health authority for the benefit of the facility, 
program or community that benefited from the 
continued foundation, as determined by the Minister,
		or
	(f)	if there is no successor foundation and no relevant regional 
health authority or authorities, to another person in Alberta 
that is a registered charity or qualified donee under the 
Income Tax Act (Canada) and has objects or purposes similar 
to the purposes of the foundation being wound up, as 
determined by the Minister.
Amendments of existing bylaws
19   A foundation that exists on the date this Regulation comes into 
force must, within one year after that date, review its bylaws and 
submit to the Minister any amendments to its bylaws, as required, to 
ensure that the foundation's bylaws comply with this Regulation.
Repeal
20   The Regional Health Authorities Foundations Regulation 
(AR 16/95) is repealed.
Expiry
21   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 March 31, 2015.


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Alberta Regulation 29/2007
Student Financial Assistance Act
STUDENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: February 28, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 59/2007) 
on February 28, 2007 pursuant to section 22 of the Student Financial Assistance Act. 
1   The Student Financial Assistance Regulation 
(AR 298/2002) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Schedule 1 is amended by sections 3 to 6.

3   Section 1 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1)(f) by adding ", subject to subsection 
(4)," after "means";
	(b)	by adding the following after subsection (1)(i):
	(i.1)	"medical resident" means a physician who is engaged in 
medical residency training recognized by
	(i)	the College of Family Physicians of Canada,
	(ii)	the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of 
Canada, or
	(iii)	a body equivalent to one referred to in subclause 
(i) or (ii) that is recognized by the Minister and is 
located outside Canada,
		during a period so recognized;
	(c)	in subsection (1)(o) by striking out "and" at the end 
of subclause (i) and adding the following after 
subclause (i):
	(i.1)	a medical resident under the circumstances and for the 
purposes set out in subsection (4), and
	(d)	by adding the following after subsection (3):
(4)  With respect only to provincial loans and not to any other 
kind of assistance, a medical resident, for the period recognized 
under subsection (1)(i.1), is a student and a full-time student 
for the purposes of sections 2.1, 24(1)(g), 30(1)(b) and (c) and 
(2), 31(10) and (12), 32(1)(e)(ii)(B), 33(b), 36(3) and 37.

4   The following is added after section 2:
Application to medical residents
2.1   Without making reference to other provisions of this 
Schedule that do not have the potential to apply on account of the 
context, section 8(1) and (2), except the requirement as to being a 
full-time student, and section 9 do not apply with respect to a 
medical resident.

5   Section 24 is amended
	(a)	by renumbering it as section 24(1);
	(b)	in subsection (1)(g) by adding "or, in the case of a 
person on parental leave, 12 months" after "6 months";
	(c)	by adding the following after subsection (1):
(2)  In subsection (1)(g), "person on parental leave" means
	(i)	a parent (whether by blood or adoption),
	(ii)	a legal guardian, or
	(iii)	an individual who becomes a step parent under 
circumstances recognized by the Minister,
who ceases to be a full-time student in order to give birth to, 
care for or support a child who is a new addition to the family 
by reason of birth, adoption, legal guardianship or those step 
parent circumstances, as the case may be.

6   Section 30 is amended
	(a)	by repealing subsection (1)(c) and substituting the 
following:
	(c)	the borrower has provided to the loan holder proof, that 
is satisfactory to the loan holder,
	(i)	of enrolment as a full-time student in the program 
for each academic year of the program, before the 
end of each academic year, and
	(ii)	in the case of a person claiming parental leave 
status referred to in section 24(1)(g), that the 
person is a person on parental leave within the 
meaning of section 24(2), within one year after 
ceasing to be a full-time student on that account.
	(b)	by adding the following after subsection (2):
(3)  References in subsections (1) and (2) to an academic year 
are to be taken, as they apply with respect to a medical 
resident, to refer to each period, not exceeding one year, that is 
approved by the Minister as equivalent in the particular 
training circumstances to an academic year.

7   Schedule 2 is amended by sections 8 to 13.

8   Section 1 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1)(h) by adding ", subject to subsection 
(5)," after "means";
	(b)	by adding the following after subsection (1)(k):
	(k.1)	"medical resident" means a physician who is engaged in 
medical residency training recognized by
	(i)	the College of Family Physicians of Canada,
	(ii)	the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of 
Canada, or
	(iii)	a body equivalent to one referred to in subclause 
(i) or (ii) that is recognized by the Minister and is 
located outside Canada,
		during a period so recognized;
	(c)	in subsection 1(1)(q) by adding "and a medical resident 
under the circumstances and for the purposes set out in 
subsection (5)" after "program";
	(d)	by adding the following after subsection (4):
(5)  With respect only to provincial loans and not to any other 
kind of assistance, a medical resident, for the period recognized 
under subsection (1)(k.1), is a student and a full-time student 
for the purposes of sections 2.1, 24(1)(a), 32(a) and (b) and 
33(6) and (8).

9   The following is added after section 2:
Application to medical residents
2.1   Without making reference to other provisions of this 
Schedule that do not have the potential to apply on account of the 
context, section 8(1) and (2), except the requirement as to being a 
full-time student, and section 9 do not apply with respect to a 
medical resident.

10   Section 16(2) is amended by striking out "$300" and 
substituting "$600".

11   Section 19 is amended
	(a)	by striking out "$1000 per semester" and substituting 
"$3000 per loan year";
	(b)	in clause (c) by striking out "the semester for which the 
grant is being awarded occurs" and substituting "the grant 
is being awarded".

12   Section 24 is amended
	(a)	by renumbering it as section 24(1);
	(b)	in subsection (1)(a) by adding "or, in the case of a 
person on parental leave, 12 months" after "6 months";
	(c)	by adding the following after subsection (1):
(2)  In subsection (1)(a), "person on parental leave" means
	(i)	a parent (whether by blood or adoption),
	(ii)	a legal guardian, or
	(iii)	an individual who becomes a step parent under 
circumstances recognized by the Minister,
who ceases to be a full-time student in order to give birth to, 
care for or support a child who is a new addition to the family 
by reason of birth, adoption, legal guardianship or those step 
parent circumstances, as the case may be.

13   Section 32 is amended
	(a)	by renumbering it as section 32(1);
	(b)	by repealing subsection (1)(b) and substituting the 
following:
	(b)	the student has provided to the Minister proof, that is 
satisfactory to the Minister,
	(i)	of enrolment as a full-time student in the program 
for each academic year of the program, before the 
end of each academic year, and
	(ii)	in the case of a person claiming parental leave 
status referred to in section 24(1)(a), that the 
person is a person on parental leave within the 
meaning of section 24(2), within one year after 
ceasing to be a full-time student on that account.
	(c)	by adding the following after subsection (1):
(2)  References in subsection (1) to an academic year are to be 
taken, as they apply with respect to a medical resident, to refer 
to each period, not exceeding one year, that is approved by the 
Minister as equivalent in the particular training circumstances 
to an academic year.

14   Sections 10 and 11 apply only where the classes in 
question commence on or after August 1, 2007.


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Alberta Regulation 30/2007
Teachers' Pension Plans Act
TEACHERS' PENSION PLANS (LEGISLATIVE PROVISIONS) 
(RELATIONSHIP BREAKDOWN EXTENSION 2007) 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: February 28, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 60/2007) 
on February 28, 2007 pursuant to section 23 of the Teachers' Pension Plans Act. 
1   The Teachers' Pension Plans (Legislative Provisions) 
Regulation (AR 204/95) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 17(3) is amended by striking out "2007" and 
substituting "2008".



Alberta Regulation 31/2007
Police Act
POLICE SERVICE AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: February 28, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 61/2007) 
on February 28, 2007 pursuant to section 61 of the Police Act. 
1   The Police Service Regulation (AR 356/90) is amended 
by this Regulation.

2   Section 26.1 is amended by striking out "2007" and 
substituting "2009".


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Alberta Regulation 32/2007
Police Act
SPECIAL CONSTABLE AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: February 28, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 62/2007) 
on February 28, 2007 pursuant to section 61 of the Police Act. 
1   The Special Constable Regulation (AR 357/90) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 16.1 is amended by striking out "March 31" and 
substituting "April 30".


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Alberta Regulation 33/2007
Private Investigators and Security Guards Act
PRIVATE INVESTIGATORS AND SECURITY GUARDS 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: February 28, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 63/2007) 
on February 28, 2007 pursuant to section 24 of the Private Investigators and Security 
Guards Act. 
1   The Private Investigators and Security Guards 
Regulation (AR 71/91) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 17.1 is amended by striking out "2007" and 
substituting "2009".


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Alberta Regulation 34/2007
Public Sector Pension Plans Act
PUBLIC SECTOR PENSION PLANS (MISCELLANEOUS PLAN 
RULE CHANGES, 2007) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: February 28, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 66/2007) 
on February 28, 2007 pursuant to Schedules 1, 2, 4 and 5, section 4 of the Public 
Sector Pension Plans Act. 
Part 1 
Local Authorities Pension Plan
1   The Local Authorities Pension Plan (AR 366/93) is 
amended by this Part.

2   Section 2(1) is amended
	(a)	in clause (a) by striking out "12" and substituting 
"9.2";
	(b)	in clause (o) by striking out "51(7)" and substituting 
"56(8)";
	(c)	in clause (x) by striking out "1(1)(s.1)" and 
substituting "1(1)(x)".

3   Section 14(2)(b) is amended by adding "on the basis set out 
in this section" after "pensionable service".

4   Section 37(3)(b) is amended by striking out "2(1)(oo)(iii)" 
and substituting "2(1)(dd.1)(iii)".

5   Sections 76(1) and 78(1)(a) are amended by striking out 
"38(2)" wherever it occurs and substituting "48(2)".

6   Sections 79(2) and 105(2) are amended by striking out 
"B 14045" and substituting "V 122515 (formerly B 14045)".

7   Part 1 of Schedule 2 is amended by adding the following 
name to the list in its appropriate alphabetical order:
Wainwright & District Family & Community Services
Part 2 
Public Service Pension Plan
8   The Public Service Pension Plan (AR 368/93) is amended 
by this Part.

9   Section 2(1) is amended
	(a)	in clause (a) by striking out "12" and substituting 
"9.2";
	(b)		in clause (o) by striking out "51(7)" and substituting 
"56(8)";
	(c)	in clause (p) by striking out "29(6)" and substituting 
"28(6)";
	(d)	in clause (x) by striking out "1(1)(s.1)" and 
substituting "1(1)(x)".

10   Section 14(2)(b) is amended by adding "on the basis set 
out in this section" after "pensionable service".

11   Section 18(2) is repealed.

12   Section 37(3)(b) is amended by striking out "2(1)(oo)(iii)" 
and substituting "2(1)(dd.1)(iii)".

13   Section 41 is amended by repealing subsection (3) and 
substituting the following:
(3)  A person who
	(a)	is receiving benefits under a disability plan, or
	(b)	becomes a participant after June 30, 2007 and, at the 
time of becoming a participant, has no combined 
pensionable service arising from service within the 
meaning of the Plan or a related plan performed before 
July 1, 2007
is not entitled to receive any pension under this section.
(3.1)  For the purposes of calculating the amount of combined 
pensionable service that the person has under subsection (3)(b), the 
service referred to is not to be taken into account unless it was 
acquired as pensionable service under and within the meaning of 
the Plan or a related plan before July 1, 2007 or arrangements 
referred to in section 20(1.1)(c) or (d) were made before July 1, 
2007 to acquire it as such pensionable service.

14   Sections 76(1) and 78(1)(a) are amended by striking out 
"38(2)" wherever it occurs and substituting "48(2)".

15   Sections 79(2) and 105(2) are amended by striking out 
"B 14045" and substituting "V 122515 (formerly B 14045)".
Part 3 
Special Forces Pension Plan
16   The Special Forces Pension Plan (AR 369/93) is 
amended by this Part.

17   Section 2(1) is amended
	(a)	in clause (a) by striking out "12" and substituting 
"9.2";
	(b)	in clause (o) by striking out "51(7)" and substituting 
"56(8)";
	(c)	in clause (x) by striking out "1(1)(s.1)" and 
substituting "1(1)(x)".

18   Section 14(2)(b) is amended by adding "on the basis set 
out in this section" after "pensionable service".

19   Section 37(3)(b) is amended by striking out "2(1)(oo)(iii)" 
and substituting "2(1)(dd.1)(iii)".

20   Section 41 is amended by repealing subsection (3) and 
substituting the following:
(3)  A person who
	(a)	is receiving benefits under a disability plan, or
	(b)	becomes a participant after June 30, 2007 and, at the 
time of becoming a participant, has no pensionable 
service arising from service that was performed before 
July 1, 2007
is not entitled to receive any pension under this section.
(3.1)  For the purposes of calculating the amount of pensionable 
service that the person has under subsection (3)(b), the service 
referred to is not to be taken into account unless it was acquired as 
pensionable service before July 1, 2007 or arrangements referred to 
in section 20(1.1)(c) or (d) were made before July 1, 2007 to 
acquire it as pensionable service.

21   Section 76(1) is amended by striking out "38(2)" 
wherever it occurs and substituting "48(2)".

22   Sections 79(2) and 105(2) are amended by striking out 
"B 14045" and substituting "V 122515 (formerly B 14045)".
Part 4 
Management Employees Pension Plan
23   The Management Employees Pension Plan (AR 367/93) 
is amended by this Part.

24   Section 2(1) is amended
	(a)	in clause (a) by striking out "12" and substituting 
"9.2";
	(b)	in clause (o) by striking out "51(7)" and substituting 
"56(8)";
	(c)	in clause (x) by striking out "1(1)(s.1)" and 
substituting "1(1)(x)";
	(d)	in clause (kk) by adding "and, in the context of a specific 
provision, means the applicable legislation referred to in 
section 1(1)(d) of Schedule 2 to the Act" after "Plan".

25   Section 14(2)(b) is amended by adding "on the basis set 
out in this section" after "pensionable service".

26   Section 37(3)(b) is amended by striking out "2(1)(oo)(iii)" 
and substituting "2(1)(dd.1)(iii)".

27   Section 41 is amended by repealing subsection (3) and 
substituting the following:
(3)  A person who
	(a)	is receiving benefits under a disability plan, or
	(b)	becomes a participant after June 30, 2007 and, at the 
time of becoming a participant, has no combined 
pensionable service arising from service within the 
meaning of the Plan or the related plan performed 
before July 1, 2007
is not entitled to receive any pension under this section.
(3.1)  For the purposes of calculating the amount of combined 
pensionable service that the person has under subsection (3)(b), the 
service referred to is not to be taken into account unless it was 
acquired as pensionable service under and within the meaning of 
the Plan or the related plan before July 1, 2007 or arrangements 
referred to in section 20(1.1)(c) or (d) were made before July 1, 
2007 to acquire it as such pensionable service.

28   Sections 76(1) and 78(1)(a) are amended by striking out 
"38(2)" wherever it occurs and substituting "48(2)".

29   Sections 79(2) and 105(2) are amended by striking out 
"B 14045" and substituting "V 122515 (formerly B 14045)".
Part 5 
Commencement
30   Sections 13, 20 and 27 come into force on July 1, 2007.



Alberta Regulation 35/2007
Regulations Act
MISCELLANEOUS CORRECTIONS AND REPEAL REGULATION
Filed: February 28, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 69/2007) 
on February 28, 2007 pursuant to section 10 of the Regulations Act. 
1   The Orphan Fund Delegated Administration Regulation 
(AR 45/2001) is amended in section 3(1)(b)


	(a)	in subclause (ii) by striking out "section 93(1)" and 
substituting "section 102(1)";
	(b)	in subclause (iii)
	(i)	by striking out "section 93(1)" and substituting 
"section 102(1)";
	(ii)	by striking out "section 93(3)" and substituting 
"section 102(3)";
	(c)	in subclause (iv) by striking out "section 94(1)(b)" and 
substituting "section 104(1)(b)";
	(d)	in subclause (v) by striking out "section 94(2)(b)" and 
substituting "section 104(2)(b)".

2   The Procedures Regulation (AR 233/89) is amended in 
Schedule 2 Part 20 by striking out "General Regulation" 
wherever it occurs and substituting "Provincial Parks (General) 
Regulation".

3   The Provincial Parks (Dispositions) Regulation 
(AR 241/77) is amended
	(a)	in section 2(2)(a) by striking out "a" and 
substituting "an";
	(b)	in section 83 by striking out "these regulations" and 
substituting "this Regulation".

4   In the following provisions of the following regulations, 
"Advanced Education" is struck out and "Advanced Education and 
Technology" is substituted:
	(a)	Alberta Centennial Education Savings Plan 
Regulation (AR 248/2004), sections 1(1)(b) and 5(1);
	(b)	Access to the Future Regulation (AR 132/2006), 
section 1(d);
	(c)	Employment Standards Regulation (AR 14/97), 
section 8(g)(iii);
	(d)	Operation of Approved Hospitals Regulation 
(AR 247/90), section 29(1)(b) and (2).

5   In the following provisions of the following regulations, 
"Agriculture, Food and Rural Development" is struck out 
wherever it occurs and "Agriculture and Food" is substituted:
	(a)	Standards and Administration Regulation 
(AR 267/2001), section 2.1;
	(b)	Wildlife Regulation (AR 143/97), section 14(5);
	(c)	Purchase and Sale of Eggs and Processed Egg 
Regulation (AR 23/2004), section 1(d) and Form 1 of 
the Schedule;
	(d)	Production Animal Medicine Regulation 
(AR 299/2003), sections 1(d) and 14(4)(b) and the 
Schedule;
	(e)	Seed Cleaning Plant Regulation (AR 15/2003), 
section 1(b);
	(f)	Pest and Nuisance Control Regulation 
(AR 184/2001), Form 7 of Schedule 1;
	(g)	Livestock Disease Control Regulation (AR 69/2000), 
section 1(a);
	(h)	Alberta Chicken Producers Marketing Regulation 
(AR 3/2000), section 28.1(7)(b)(ii);
	(i)	Meat Inspection Regulation (AR 42/2003), Schedule;
	(j)	Agricultural Societies Act Forms Regulation 
(AR 3/2003), Forms 1 and 2 of the Schedule;
	(k)	Agriculture Financial Services Regulation 
(AR 99/2002), section 5(1)(a)(i) and (ii);
	(l)	Irrigation Forms Regulation (AR 81/2000), Forms 2, 
3, 4, 8, 9, 10;
	(m)	Guaranteed Borrowing Regulation (AR 139/98), 
section 1(a)(ii);
	(n)	Potato Growers of Alberta Marketing Regulation 
(AR 277/98), section 1(1)(f);
	(o)	Lis Delegated Authority Regulation (AR 221/98), 
sections 1(c) and 6(3)(a) and (5)(a);
	(p)	Lis Delegated Authority Regulation (AR 220/98), 
sections 1(c) and 6(3)(a) and (5)(a);
	(q)	Lis Delegated Authority Regulation (AR 219/98), 
sections 1(c) and 6(3)(a) and (5)(a);
	(r)	Lis Delegated Authority Regulation (AR 218/98), 
sections 1(c) and 6(3)(a) and (5)(a);
	(s)	Metallic and Industrial Minerals Exploration 
Regulation (AR 213/98), section 37(2)(c);
	(t)	Feeder Associations Guarantee Regulation 
(AR 75/98), section 1(f);
	(u)	Livestock Patrons' Claims Review Tribunal 
Regulation (AR 257/97), section 1(b);
	(v)	Hatchery Supply Flock Approval Regulation 
(AR 183/97), section 1(d);
	(w)	Communicable Diseases Regulation (AR 238/85), 
Schedule 4;
	(x)	Farm Implement Regulation (AR 204/83), Forms C 
and F of Schedule 1.

6   The Farm Credit Stability Fund Regulation (AR 339/86) is 
amended in section 1(g) by adding "and Food" after 
"Agriculture".

7   The Livestock Disease Control Regulation (AR 69/2000) 
is amended in sections 5(2) and 6(2) by striking out 
"AGRICULTURE, FOOD AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT" and 
substituting "AGRICULTURE AND FOOD".

8   In the following provisions of the following regulations, 
"Alberta Government Services" is struck out wherever it occurs 
and "Service Alberta" is substituted:
	(a)	Energy Marketing Regulation (AR 246/2005), 
Schedules 1 and 2;
	(b)	Travel Clubs Regulation (AR 56/2002), Schedule;
	(c)	Cooperatives Regulation (AR 55/2002), Schedule 2.

9   In the following provisions of the following regulations, 
"Community Development" is struck out and "Tourism, Parks, 
Recreation and Culture" is substituted:
	(a)	Wildlife Regulation (AR 143/97), item 13 of Schedule 
15;
	(b)	Blackfoot First Nations Sacred Ceremonial Objects 
Repatriation Regulation (AR 96/2004), Schedule;
	(c)	Queen Elizabeth II Award and Scholarship 
Regulation (AR 71/2002), section 1(b);
	(d)	Cooperatives Regulation (AR 55/2002), section 
14(2)(a)(ii) and (b);
	(e)	Societies Regulation (AR 122/2000), section 
13(2)(a)(ii) and (b);
	(f)	Business Corporations Regulation (AR 118/2000), 
section 14(2)(a)(ii);
	(g)	Human Rights, Citizenship and Multiculturalism 
Education Fund Grant Regulation (AR 13/2000), 
section 1(1);
	(h)	Cemeteries Exemption Regulation (AR 236/98), 
section 3.2;
	(i)	Regulations under the Amusements Act (AR 72/57), 
sections 20a(5) and 20b(1).

10   In the following provisions of the following regulations, 
"Government Services" is struck out and "Service Alberta" is 
substituted:
	(a)	Identification Card Regulation (AR 221/2003), 
section 1(d);
	(b)	Access to Motor Vehicle Information Regulation 
(AR 140/2003), section 4(1)(a);
	(c)	Records Management Regulation (AR 224/2001), 
sections 1(1)(d) and 2(2)(a);
	(d)	Direct Purchase Regulation (AR 210/98), section 
2(b).

11   In the following provisions of the following regulations, 
"GOVERNMENT SERVICES" is struck out and "SERVICE 
ALBERTA" is substituted:
	(a)	Garage Keepers' Form Regulation (AR 259/2002), 
Form 1 of the Schedule;
	(b)	Personal Property Security Forms Regulation 
(AR 231/2002), Forms 1 to 28 of the Schedule.

12   In the following provisions of the following regulations, 
"Human Resources and Employment" is struck out wherever it 
occurs and "Employment, Immigration and Industry" is 
substituted:
	(a)	General Regulation (AR 249/98), sections 11(2)(l) 
and 13;
	(b)	General Regulation (AR 226/98), section 36(2)(l);
	(c)	Child, Youth and Family Enhancement Regulation 
(AR 160/2004), section 22;
	(d)	Child and Adult Support Services Regulation 
(AR 61/2004), section 2(4);
	(e)	Training Provider Regulation (AR 384/2003), 
sections 1(1)(g) and 9(1);
	(f)	Recovery, Administrative Penalties and Appeals 
Regulation (AR 381/2003), section 8(1);
	(g)	Health Information Regulation (AR 70/2001), section 
5(2)(h);
	(h)	Employment Standards Regulation (AR 14/97), 
section 8(g)(iii);
	(i)	Grants, Donations and Loans Regulation 
(AR 315/83), section 1.

13   In the following provisions of the following regulations, 
"Municipal Affairs" is struck out wherever it occurs and 
"Municipal Affairs and Housing" is substituted:
	(a)	Exploration Regulation (AR 284/2006), sections 
1(1)(e)(ii), 59(3)(b) and 60(2)(e)(iii);
	(b)	Security Management Regulation (AR 249/2004), 
section 1(d);
	(c)	Administrative Items Regulation (AR 16/2004), 
section 1(e);
	(d)	Commercial Vehicle Dimension and Weight 
Regulation (AR 315/2002), section 1(kk)(iii);
	(e)	Special Areas Disposition Regulation 
(AR 137/2001), section 1(c);
	(f)	Financial Information Return Regulation 
(AR 158/2000), section 1(b);
	(g)	Special Areas Service Fees Regulation 
(AR 124/2000), section 1(c);
	(h)	Tariff of Fees Regulation (AR 120/2000), section 
2(c);
	(i)	Justice of the Peace Regulation (AR 6/99), section 
3(1)(hh);
	(j)	Forms Regulation (AR 203/98), Forms A and B of 
the Schedule;
	(k)	Stock Yard Regulation (AR 197/98), section 1(c)(ii);
	(l)	Senatorial Selection Regulation (AR 121/98), 
section 2;
	(m)	Voting Subdivisions Regulation (AR 119/98), 
section 2;
	(n)	Payments Regulation (AR 118/98), sections 2 and 
5(1)(b);
	(o)	Waste Control Regulation (AR 192/96), Form 2 of 
Schedule 3.

14   The Innovation and Science Grant Regulation 
(AR 71/2000) is repealed.


THE ALBERTA GAZETTE, PART II, MARCH 15, 2007