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Alberta Regulation 70/2007
Fisheries (Alberta) Act
FISHERIES (MINISTERIAL) (PROHIBITED WATERS - TIGER 
TROUT 2007) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 4, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Sustainable Resource Development 
(M.O. 05/07) on March 20, 2007 pursuant to section 44 of the Fisheries (Alberta) Act. 
1   The Fisheries (Ministerial) Regulation (AR 220/97) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 2(1) is amended
	(a)	in clause (d) by striking out "but does not include 
prohibited waters";
	(b)	by repealing clause (e).

3   Schedule 2 is amended by repealing Item 1(e).


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Alberta Regulation 71/2007
Agrology Profession Act
AGROLOGY PROFESSION REGULATION
Filed: April 4, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Institute of Agrologists on March 16, 
2007 pursuant to section 103 of the Agrology Profession Act and approved by the 
Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 143/2007) on April 4, 2007 pursuant to section 
103 of the Agrology Profession Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	Register categories
Registration
	3	General register - professional agrologist
	4	General register - registered technologist in agrology
	5	Training register - agrologist in training
	6	Training register - agrology technologist in training
	7	Equivalent jurisdiction
	8	Equivalent qualifications
	9	Provisional register
	10	Visiting register
	11	Citizenship
	12	Good character
Practice Permit
	13	Renewal requirements
	14	Practice permit conditions
Training and Continuing Competence
	15	Training programs
	16	Continuing competence program credits
	17	Competence activities
	18	Rules
	19	Rule distribution
Alternative Complaint Resolution
	20	Process conductor
	21	Agreement
	22	Leaving the process
	23	Confidentiality
Reinstatement
	24	Reinstatement application
	25	Consideration of application
	26	Decision
	27	Publication of decision
	28	Review of decision
Titles and Abbreviations
	29	Authorization to use titles, etc.
	30	Restrictions on technologists
Information
	31	Information in register
	32	Disclosure to public
	33	Application information
	34	Section 92 information
Transitional Provisions, Repeal and Coming into Force
	35	Transitional
	36	Repeal
	37	Coming into force
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"agrologist in training program" means a training program 
described in section 15;
	(b)	"agrology technologist in training program" means a training 
program described in section 15;
	(c)	"general register" means the general register category of the 
regulated members register;
	(d)	"membership year" means the period of time between 2 
successive dates established in the bylaws made under 
section 104 of the Act by which a regulated member is 
required to apply for the renewal of a practice permit;
	(e)	"professional agrologist" means a regulated member 
registered on the professional agrologist subcategory of the 
general register;
	(f)	"provisional register" means the provisional register category 
of the regulated members register;
	(g)	"registered technologist in agrology" means a regulated 
member registered on the registered technologist in agrology 
subcategory of the general register;
	(h)	"training register" means the training register category of the 
regulated members register;
	(i)	"visiting register" means the visiting register category of the 
regulated members register.
Register categories
2   The regulated members register established by the council under 
section 27(1)(a) of the Act has the following categories:
	(a)	general register, which includes the following subcategories 
of members:
	(i)	professional agrologist;
	(ii)	registered technologist in agrology;
	(b)	training register, which includes the following subcategories 
of members:
	(i)	agrologist in training;
	(ii)	agrology technologist in training;
	(c)	provisional register, which includes the following 
subcategories of members:
	(i)	provisional professional agrologist;
	(ii)	provisional registered technologist in agrology;
	(d)	visiting register, which includes the following subcategories 
of members:
	(i)	visiting professional agrologist;
	(ii)	visiting registered technologist in agrology;
	(iii)	visiting agrologist in training;
	(iv)	visiting agrology technologist in training.
Registration
General register - professional agrologist
3   An applicant for registration as a regulated member may be 
registered on the professional agrologist subcategory of the general 
register if the applicant
	(a)	has received a baccalaureate degree in agriculture or 
environmental science from a post-secondary institution 
recognized by the council with credit in all of the courses 
related to the practice of agrology required by the council,
	(b)	has successfully completed the agrologist in training 
program, 
	(c)	has successfully completed the registration examination 
required by the council, and
	(d)	meets the requirements of sections 11 and 12.
General register - registered technologist in agrology
4   An applicant for registration as a regulated member may be 
registered on the registered technologist in agrology subcategory of the 
general register if the applicant
	(a)	has received a diploma, degree or applied degree from a 
post-secondary institution recognized by the council with 
credit in all of the courses related to the practice of agrology 
required by the council,
	(b)	has successfully completed the agrology technologist in 
training program, 
	(c)	has successfully completed the registration examination 
required by the council, and
	(d)	meets the requirements of sections 11 and 12.
Training register - agrologist in training
5   An applicant for registration as a regulated member may be 
registered on the agrologist in training subcategory of the training 
register if the applicant
	(a)	has received a baccalaureate degree in agriculture or 
environmental science from a post-secondary institution 
recognized by the council with credit in all of the courses 
related to the practice of agrology required by the council,
	(b)	has entered into a training agreement that has been accepted 
by the registration committee, and
	(c)	meets the requirements of sections 11 and 12.
Training register - agrology technologist in training
6   An applicant for registration as a regulated member may be 
registered on the agrology technologist in training subcategory of the 
training register if the applicant
	(a)	has received a diploma, degree or applied degree from a 
post-secondary institution recognized by the council with 
credit in all of the courses related to the practice of agrology 
required by the council,
	(b)	has entered into a training agreement that has been accepted 
by the registration committee, and
	(c)	meets the requirements of sections 11 and 12.
Equivalent jurisdiction
7   An applicant for registration as a regulated member who is 
currently registered in good standing by a professional association in 
another jurisdiction recognized by the council under section 22(2)(b) 
of the Act as having registration requirements substantially equivalent 
to the registration requirements set out in section 3(a) and (b), 4(a) and 
(b), 5(a) or 6(a), as the case may be, may be registered in the 
appropriate subcategory of the general register or the training register 
if the applicant
	(a)	takes any examinations, education or training activities the 
registrar considers necessary in order for the applicant to be 
registered, and
	(b)	meets the requirements of sections 11 and 12.
Equivalent qualifications
8(1)  An applicant for registration as a regulated member who does not 
meet the registration requirements set out in section 3(a) and (b) or 
4(a) and (b), as the case may be, but who has satisfied the registration 
committee under section 22(2)(c) of the Act that the applicant has 
qualifications that demonstrate the competence required for 
registration as a regulated member may be registered in the appropriate 
subcategory of the general register or training register if the applicant
	(a)	takes any examinations, education or training activities the 
registrar considers necessary in order for the applicant to be 
registered, and
	(b)	meets the requirements of sections 11 and 12.
(2)  For the purposes of assessing substantial equivalency, the 
registration committee may require applicants to undergo any 
examinations, testing or assessment it considers advisable.
Provisional register
9(1)  An applicant for registration as a regulated member under section 
3 or 4 may be registered on the appropriate subcategory of the 
provisional register if the applicant meets the registration requirements 
of section 3 or 4, as the case may be, except the successful completion 
of the registration examination.
(2)  A regulated member on a provisional register must practise under 
a supervision arrangement approved by the council with a regulated 
member registered on the general register until completion of the 
registration requirements under section 3 or 4, as the case may be.
(3)  If a regulated member on the provisional register does not 
complete the registration requirements under section 3 or 4, the 
regulated member's registration expires 3 years after the date of being 
registered on the provisional register.
(4)  A regulated member on the provisional register whose registration 
expires may apply to extend the registration on the provisional register 
for up to one additional year.
Visiting register
10(1)  A person who is registered in good standing in another 
jurisdiction as a professional agrologist, a registered technologist in 
agrology, an agrologist in training or an agrology technologist in 
training or the equivalent who requires registration in Alberta on a 
temporary basis for a specified purpose approved by the registrar and 
who satisfies the registrar of the person's competence to provide the 
services related to the specified purpose is eligible for registration on 
the appropriate subcategory of the visiting register.
(2)  A person who is registered on a visiting register must remain 
registered in the other jurisdiction while registered on the visiting 
register.
(3)  The term of the registration of a member registered on a visiting 
register is 12 consecutive months or less, as specified by the registrar.
Citizenship
11   An applicant for registration as a regulated member must provide 
evidence that the applicant
	(a)	is a Canadian citizen, or
	(b)	is lawfully entitled to work in Canada.
Good character
12(1)  An applicant for registration as a regulated member must 
provide evidence satisfactory to the registrar of having good character 
and reputation by submitting one or more of the following on the 
request of the registrar:
	(a)	written references from colleagues;
	(b)	a statement by the applicant as to whether the applicant is 
currently undergoing an investigation, is subject to an 
unprofessional conduct process or has previously been 
disciplined by another professional organization with which 
the applicant is or has been registered or by a regulatory body 
responsible for the regulation of agrologists;
	(c)	a statement by the applicant as to whether the applicant has 
ever pleaded guilty or been found guilty of a criminal offence 
in Canada or an offence of a similar nature in a jurisdiction 
outside Canada for which the applicant has not been 
pardoned;
	(d)	the results of a current criminal records check;
	(e)	any other relevant evidence required by the registrar.
(2)  If an applicant has engaged in an activity that has, in the opinion of 
the registrar, undermined the applicant's good character and reputation 
in the past, the applicant may provide evidence to the registrar of 
rehabilitation.
Practice Permit
Renewal requirements
13   A regulated member applying for renewal of the member's 
practice permit must
	(a)	provide evidence of continuing to meet the requirements set 
out in sections 11 and 12,
	(b)	state whether the member has been convicted of a criminal 
offence since the member's last renewal of a practice permit,
	(c)	provide any information required by section 34(1)(d) of the 
Act or this Regulation, and
	(d)	if the regulated member is registered on a general register or 
a provisional register, provide evidence that the member has 
completed the continuing competence program credits 
required under section 16.
Practice permit conditions
14   On issuing a practice permit to a regulated member, the registrar 
may impose conditions on the practice permit, including, but not 
limited to, the following:
	(a)	that the member complete any examinations, assessment or 
work experience required by the registration committee or 
competence committee;
	(b)	that the member practise under the supervision of a regulated 
member registered on a specified register;
	(c)	that the member limit the member's practice to specified 
practice areas or practice settings and not practise in other 
practice areas or practice settings;
	(d)	that the member report to the registrar on specified matters 
on specified dates;
	(e)	that the member's practice permit is valid only for a specified 
time;
	(f)	that the member may use only specified titles;
	(g)	that the member is prohibited from supervising other 
regulated members;
	(h)		if the member is registered on a general register or a 
provisional register, that the member complete the 
requirements of the continuing competence program within a 
specified time.
Training and Continuing Competence
Training programs
15(1)  Council must make rules governing the agrologist in training 
program and the agrology technologist in training program, including 
rules relating to
	(a)	the competencies to be acquired,
	(b)	the structure, duration and organization of the training 
programs,
	(c)	evaluation mechanisms, processes and requirements for 
successful completion of the training programs, and
	(d)	any other matter directly related to the training programs.
(2)  An agrologist in training and an agrology technologist in training 
must execute a training agreement approved by the registration 
committee.
Continuing competence program credits
16   A regulated member registered on a general register or a 
provisional register must, in each membership year, obtain the 
continuing competence program credits required under the rules 
referred to in section 18.
Competence activities
17   Continuing competence program credits may be obtained through 
the following continuing competence activities in accordance with the 
rules referred to in section 18:
	(a)	attendance at courses or seminars related to agrology that are 
designed to enhance the professional development of 
regulated members;
	(b)	presentation of a continuing competence activity to a group 
of regulated members;
	(c)	attendance at sessions sponsored or approved by the council 
concerning functions of the Institute such as professional 
development, code of ethics or standards of practice;
	(d)	providing mentoring or direction to regulated members 
enrolled in the agrologist in training program or the agrology 
technologist in training program;
	(e)	participation as a member of the council or a committee 
established by the council;
	(f)	presentation of a research paper or abstract at a meeting 
approved by the council;
	(g)	publication of a research paper in a peer-refereed journal;
	(h)	self-directed study approved by the council;
	(i)	other activities approved by the council.
Rules
18(1)  The registrar or competence committee may recommend to the 
council rules governing the continuing competence program, which 
include the following:
	(a)	rules governing the number of continuing competence 
program credits that must be obtained in a membership year;
	(b)	rules governing the program credits that may be earned for 
each continuing competence activity;
	(c)	rules governing the type and category of continuing 
competence activities that a regulated member must 
undertake in a membership year;
	(d)	rules limiting the number of continuing competence activities 
within a specific category for which a member may earn 
credits;
	(e)	rules governing additional continuing competence activities 
for which program credits may be earned;
	(f)	other rules, as required, governing the continuing 
competence program.
(2)  The rules recommended under subsection (1) and any 
recommended amendments to those rules must be distributed by the 
registrar to all regulated members for their review.
(3)  The council may establish any recommended rules or amendments 
distributed under subsection (2) after 30 days.
Rule distribution
19   The registrar must provide copies of the rules and any 
amendments to the rules approved under section 18 to the public, the 
Minister and to any other person on request.
Alternative Complaint Resolution
Process conductor
20   When a complainant and an investigated person have agreed to 
enter into an alternative complaint resolution process, the Complaints 
Director must appoint an individual to conduct the alternative 
complaint resolution process.
Agreement
21   The person conducting the alternative complaint resolution 
process must, in consultation with the complainant and the investigated 
person, establish the procedures for and objectives of the alternative 
complaint resolution process, which must be set out in writing and 
signed by the complainant, the investigated person and the 
representative of the Institute.
Leaving the process
22   The complainant or the investigated person may withdraw from 
the alternative complaint resolution process at any time.
Confidentiality
23   The complainant and the investigated person must, subject to 
sections 51 and 52 of the Act, agree to treat all information shared 
during the alternative complaint resolution process as confidential.
Reinstatement
Reinstatement application
24(1)  A person whose registration and practice permit have been 
cancelled under Part 4 of the Act may apply in writing to the registrar 
to have the practice permit reissued and the registration reinstated.
(2)  An application under subsection (1) may not be made earlier than
	(a)	one year after the date of the cancellation, or
	(b)	one year after a decision is made under section 26(a) refusing 
a previous application under subsection (1).
(3)  An applicant under subsection (1) must provide evidence to the 
registration committee of
	(a)	the actions that the applicant has taken since the cancellation, 
and
	(b)	the applicant's qualifications for registration.
Consideration of application
25(1)  An application under section 24 must be considered by the 
registration committee in accordance with sections 22 to 24 of the Act 
in the same manner as if the application for reinstatement were an 
application for registration as a regulated member.
(2)  When reviewing an application in accordance with subsection (1), 
the registration committee must
	(a)	consider the record of the hearing at which the applicant's 
registration and practice permit were cancelled, and the 
evidence presented at the hearing, and
	(b)	consider whether
	(i)	the applicant meets the current requirements for 
registration, and
	(ii)	any conditions imposed on the applicant's practice 
permit before the applicant's practice permit and 
registration were cancelled have been met.
Decision
26   The registration committee may, on completing the review of an 
application in accordance with section 25, issue a written decision 
containing one or more of the following orders:
	(a)	an order refusing the application;
	(b)	an order directing the registrar to reissue the applicant's 
practice permit and reinstate the applicant's registration;
	(c)	an order directing the registrar to impose specified conditions 
on the applicant's practice permit.
Publication of decision
27   The registration committee may order that its decision under 
section 26 be published in a manner it considers appropriate.
Review of decision
28(1)  An applicant whose application for reinstatement is refused or 
on whose practice permit terms and conditions have been imposed 
under section 26 may apply to the council for a review of the decision 
of the registration committee.
(2)  Sections 25 and 26 of the Act apply to a review under subsection 
(1) in the same manner as if the application for reinstatement were an 
application for registration as a regulated member.
Titles and Abbreviations
Authorization to use titles, etc.
29(1)  A regulated member registered on the professional agrologist 
subcategory of the general register or the visiting professional 
agrologist subcategory of the visiting register may use the title, 
abbreviations and initials "professional agrologist", "P.Ag." or "PAg".
(2)  A regulated member registered on the registered technologist in 
agrology subcategory of the general register or the visiting registered 
technologist in agrology subcategory of the visiting register may use 
the title, abbreviations and initials "registered technologist in 
agrology", "R.T. (Ag.)" or "RT (Ag)".
(3)  A regulated member registered on the agrologist in training 
subcategory of the training register or the visiting agrologist in training 
subcategory of the visiting register may use the title, abbreviations and 
initials "agrologist in training", "A.I.T." or "AIT".
(4)  A regulated member registered on the agrology technologist in 
training subcategory of the training register or the visiting agrology 
technologist in training subcategory of the visiting register may use the 
title, abbreviations and initials "agrology technologist in training", 
"A.T.T." or "ATT".
(5)  A regulated member registered on the provisional professional 
agrologist subcategory of the provisional register may use the title, 
abbreviations and initials "professional agrologist (provisional)", 
"P.Ag. (Provisional)" or "PAg (Provisional)".
(6)  A regulated member registered on the provisional registered 
technologist in agrology subcategory of the provisional register may 
use the title, abbreviations and initials "registered technologist in 
agrology (provisional)", "R.T. (Ag.)(Provisional)" or "RT 
(Ag)(Provisional)".
(7)  Notwithstanding subsections (1) to (4), if the practice permit of a 
regulated member registered on the general register or training register 
is subject to conditions, the member must add the title "(Conditional)" 
after any title, abbreviation or initial that the member is authorized to 
use under this section.
Restrictions on technologists
30(1)  For the purpose of this section, "technologist" means a 
regulated member registered on one of the following:
	(a)	the registered technologist in agrology subcategory of the 
general register;
	(b)	the agrology technologist in training subcategory of the 
training register;
	(c)	the provisional registered technologist in agrology 
subcategory of the provisional register;
	(d)	the visiting registered technologist in agrology subcategory 
of the visiting register;
	(e)	the visiting agrology technologist in training subcategory of 
the visiting register.
(2)  A technologist may not affix his or her practice permit number, 
signature or the title, abbreviations or initials that the technologist may 
use pursuant to section 29 to any project reports, compliance reports, 
plans, maps or other documents used in the practice of agrology unless 
the technologist has prior approval of the council to do so.
Information
Information in register
31   Following the suspension or cancellation of a regulated member's 
registration or practice permit, the registrar must enter the following 
information into the appropriate register:
	(a)	the date of suspension or cancellation;
	(b)	the period of the suspension;
	(c)	the reason for the suspension or cancellation.
Disclosure to public
32   For the purposes of section 28(2) of the Act, the Institute may 
disclose the following information about a regulated member or former 
member to a member of the public, during regular business hours, on 
request:
	(a)	date of registration;
	(b)	category of registration;
	(c)	academic qualifications for registration;
	(d)	name of the regulated member's current employer and the 
names of any firms within which the member practises 
agrology;
	(e)	business phone number, fax number and e-mail address;
	(f)	current status of a specific complaint, but only if the request 
provides the regulated member's name and details of the 
complaint;
	(g)	any other information requested if the information is in the 
possession of the Institute and the regulated member or 
former member, in writing, authorizes the disclosure.
Application information
33(1)  The registrar may require applicants for registration and 
regulated members applying for practice permits to provide the 
following information:
	(a)	demographic and agrology practice information about the 
applicant, including
	(i)	full name and previous surname;
	(ii)	preferred form of address;
	(iii)	date of birth;
	(iv)	home address, phone number, fax number and e-mail 
address;
	(v)	academic and practical training qualifications and where 
and when they were obtained;
	(vi)	areas of practice and any specialties;
	(vii)	languages in which the applicant provides professional 
services;
	(b)	employment information about the applicant, including
	(i)	employer's name;
	(ii)	employer's full address, phone and fax numbers and 
e-mail address;
	(iii)	job title and position description;
	(iv)	full time or part time employment status;
	(v)	start date of employment.
(2)  The registrar may require applicants for registration or regulated 
members applying for practice permits to authorize the release of 
information to the Institute in order to verify the information provided 
by the applicants or regulated members.
Section 92 information
34   The period of time during which the Institute is required to 
provide information under section 92(3) of the Act is the following:
	(a)	information on cancellation of a practice permit, for 2 years 
after a cancellation comes into effect;
	(b)	information on conditions imposed on a practice permit, 
including a suspension, for the period a condition or 
suspension is in effect;
	(c)	information from the record of a hearing under Part 4 of the 
Act, including the decision, for 5 years after the date the 
decision is made;
	(d)	information as to whether a hearing is scheduled to be held or 
has been held under Part 4 of the Act with respect to a named 
regulated member, until the hearing is completed;
	(e)	any other information referred to in section 92(3) of the Act, 
for 2 years after the member ceases practice.
Transitional Provisions, Repeal 
and Coming into Force
Transitional
35   On the coming into force of this Regulation, a registered member 
described in section 110 of the Act is deemed to be entered on the 
regulated members register in the register category that the registrar 
considers appropriate.
Repeal
36   The By-laws of the Alberta Institute of Agrologists (AR 376/67) 
are repealed by this Regulation.
Coming into force
37   This Regulation comes into force on the coming into force of the 
Agrology Profession Act.


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Alberta Regulation 72/2007
Engineering, Geological and Geophysical Professions Act
GENERAL AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 4, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Association of Professional Engineers, 
Geologists and Geophysicists of Alberta on October 24, 2006 pursuant to section 19 
of the Engineering, Geological and Geophysical Professions Act and approved by the 
Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 144/2007) on April 4, 2007 pursuant to section 
19 of the Engineering, Geological and Geophysical Professions Act.
1   The General Regulation (AR 150/99) is amended by this 
Regulation.

2   Section 1 is amended by adding the following after 
clause (b):
	(c)	"licensee" includes a provisional licensee except where this 
Regulation specifically provides to the contrary.

3   Section 14 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Registration as licensee
14   A person who meets all of the requirements of section 13 for 
registration as a professional member, except the requirement set 
out in section 13(1)(a), is entitled to be registered as a licensee.
Registration as a provisional licensee
14.1(1)  The Board of Examiners may approve the registration of a 
person as a provisional licensee if
	(a)	the person is legally entitled to work in Canada, whether 
or not the person meets the requirements of section 
13(1)(a),
	(b)	the person meets all of the other requirements of section 
13 for registration as a professional member, except the 
requirement set out in section 13(1)(e),
	(c)	the person has academic qualifications and experience 
in work of an engineering, geological or geophysical 
nature that is acceptable to the Board of Examiners, and
	(d)	the Board of Examiners considers that it is appropriate 
to register the person as a provisional licensee.
(2)  A provisional licensee may practise engineering, geology or 
geophysics only under the supervision and control of
	(a)	a professional member,
	(b)	a licensee, other than a provisional licensee, or
	(c)	a registered professional technologist
who has appropriate training and experience in the same area of 
practice.
(3)  A provisional licensee may not vote in any matter affecting the 
Association or hold office in the Association.
(4)  Subjection to subsection (5), no person may remain in the 
register of provisional licensees for more that 2 years.
(5)  The Council may, in a particular case, extend the time period 
in subsection (4) to not more than 4 years where the Council 
considers it appropriate to do so.

4   The following is added before section 16:
Interpretation
15.1   In this Part, "licensee" does not include provisional licensee.

5   The following is added before section 21:
Interpretation
20.1   In this Part, "licensee" does not include provisional licensee.

6   The following is added before section 48:
Interpretation
47.1   In this Part, "licensee" does not include a provisional 
licensee.

7   Section 54 is amended by adding the following after 
subsection (8):
(9)  In this section, "licensee" does not include a provisional 
licensee.

8   Section 61 is amended by repealing subsection (1) and 
substituting the following:
Service of notices
61(1)  If notice is required to be given to a person under the Act, 
this Regulation or the bylaws, the notice is sufficiently given if
	(a)	it is served personally on the person,
	(b)	it is sent by prepaid mail to the person at the latest 
address provided to the Registrar by the person, or
	(c)	where the person has provided to the Registrar an 
electronic address for the purpose of receiving notices 
that meets the requirements of the Council, it is sent to 
the person by electronic transmission to that address.
(1.1)  If a notice is served by electronic transmission in accordance 
with subsection (1), unless the contrary is proved, the service is 
presumed to be effected on the date on which the notice was 
transmitted.

9   Section 78 is amended by adding "25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30," 
after "22, 23,".



Alberta Regulation 73/2007
Engineering, Geological and Geophysical Professions Act
REGISTERED PROFESSIONAL TECHNOLOGIST (GEOLOGICAL) AND 
REGISTERED PROFESSIONAL TECHNOLOGIST (GEOPHYSICAL) 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 4, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Association of Professional Engineers, 
Geologists and Geophysicists of Alberta on October 24, 2006 pursuant to section 19 
of the Engineering, Geological and Geophysical Professions Act and approved by the 
Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 145/2007) on April 4, 2007 pursuant to section 
19 of the Engineering, Geological and Geophysical Professions Act. 
1   The Registered Professional Technologist (Geological) 
and Registered Professional Technologist (Geophysical) 
Regulation (AR 36/2003) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 10(1) is amended by striking out "16, 17, 26" and 
substituting "14, 16, 17, 19(3), 20(3), 26".


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Alberta Regulation 74/2007
Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Recognition Act
QUEEN ELIZABETH II AWARD AND SCHOLARSHIP 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 4, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 147/2007) 
on April 4, 2007 pursuant to section 5 of the Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee 
Recognition Act. 
1   The Queen Elizabeth II Award and Scholarship 
Regulation (AR 71/2002) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 6 is amended by striking out "2007" and 
substituting "2017".



Alberta Regulation 75/2007
Health Disciplines Act
EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIANS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 4, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Health Disciplines Board on February 16, 2007 
pursuant to the Health Disciplines Act and approved by the Lieutenant Governor in 
Council (O.C. 148/2007) on April 4, 2007 pursuant to section 55 of the Health 
Disciplines Act. 
1   The Emergency Medical Technicians Regulation 
(AR 48/93) is amended by this Regulation.



2   Section 9 is amended
	(a)	by renumbering it as section 9(1);
	(b)	by repealing subsection (1)(e) and substituting the 
following:
	(e)	bandaging;
	(c)	by repealing subsection (1)(h) and substituting the 
following:
	(h)	use splinting techniques, including spinal motion 
restriction devices;
	(d)	by adding the following after subsection (1):
(2)  An Emergency Medical Responder who
	(a)	satisfactorily completed a program approved by the 
Board before January 1, 2004 and who, on or after 
January 1, 2004, satisfactorily completed the gap 
training approved by the Board, or
	(b)	satisfactorily completed a program approved by the 
Board on or after January 1, 2004
may, under medical control and with an ongoing medical audit, 
provide the following additional health services:
	(c)	airway management using nasopharyngeal airways;
	(d)	patient ventilation using a bag-valve mask device;
	(e)	oral administration of ASA;
	(f)	patient-assist administration of the patient's 
pre-prescribed salbutamol, ipratropium bromide or 
epinephrine;
	(g)	glucometric testing and oral administration of glucose;
	(h)	apply and use traction splints;
	(i)	oximetry testing.

3   Section 10 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Emergency Medical Technician-Ambulance
10(1)  An Emergency Medical Technician-Ambulance may, under 
medical control and with an ongoing medical audit, provide the 
following health services:
	(a)	emergency childbirth;
	(b)	apply and use traction splints;
	(c)	psychological support measures;
	(d)	maintain intravenous infusions without medications or 
blood products;
	(e)	glucometric testing and oral administration of glucose;
	(f)	patient ventilation using a bag-valve mask device;
	(g)	oximetry testing;
	(h)	airway management using nasopharyngeal airways;
	(i)	the health services described in section 9(1).
(2)  An Emergency Medical Technician-Ambulance who
	(a)	satisfactorily completed a program approved by the 
Board before January 1, 2004 and who, on or after 
January 1, 2004, satisfactorily completed the gap 
training approved by the Board, or
	(b)	satisfactorily completed a program approved by the 
Board on or after January 1, 2004
may, under medical control and with an ongoing medical audit, 
provide the following additional health services:
	(c)	cardiac monitoring;
	(d)	perform peripheral intravenous therapy;
	(e)	intermediate airway management using non-visualized 
airways;
	(f)	administer nitrous oxide and oxygen inhalational 
analgesia;
	(g)	administer nitroglycerine, salbutamol and ipratropium 
bromide;
	(h)	administer D25W and D50W through intravenous route;
	(i)	administer glucagon intramuscularly and administer 
epinephrine intramuscularly or subcutaneously;
	(j)	nasopharyngeal suctioning;
	(k)	the health services described in section 9(2).

4   Section 11 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Emergency Medical Technologist-Paramedic
11(1)  An Emergency Medical Technologist-Paramedic may, 
under medical control and with an ongoing medical audit, provide 
the following health services:
	(a)	airway management, including
	(i)	tracheal suction,
	(ii)	deep chest suctioning,
	(iii)	endotracheal intubation,
	(iv)	percutaneous transtracheal ventilation, and
	(v)	emergency cricothyrotomy;
	(b)	use of intermittent positive pressure breathing adjuncts;
	(c)	cardiac defibrillation, cardioversion, carotid sinus 
massage and telemetry transmission;
	(d)	topical, oral, sublingual, rectal, subcutaneous, 
intramuscular, intravenous, endotracheal or nebulized 
drug administration;
	(e)	needle thoracentesis;
	(f)	venipuncture for venous blood specimens;
	(g)	insertion of orogastric or nasogastric tubes;
	(h)	gastric lavage;
	(i)	the health services described in section 10.
(2)  An Emergency Medical Technologist-Paramedic who
	(a)	satisfactorily completed a program approved by the 
Board before January 1, 2004 and who, on or after 
January 1, 2004, satisfactorily completed the gap 
training approved by the Board, or
	(b)	satisfactorily completed a program approved by the 
Board on or after January 1, 2004
may, under medical control and with an ongoing medical audit, 
provide the following additional health services:
	(c)	administer drugs through umbilical, intralingual, 
intradermal or intraosseous routes;
	(d)	initiate, monitor or maintain blood and blood product 
transfusions;
	(e)	obtain arterial blood samples;
	(f)	femoral venipuncture;
	(g)	perform intraosseous infusions;
	(h)	umbilical vein cannulation;
	(i)	nasotracheal intubation;
	(j)	use pacemakers;
	(k)	wound management;
	(l)	urinary catheterization;
	(m)	monitor chest tubes.

5   Section 12(1) and (2) are repealed and the following is 
substituted:
Registration Committee approval
12(1)  An Emergency Medical Technician-Ambulance who has 
received Registration Committee approval under subsection (4) 
may, under medical control and with an ongoing medical audit, 
provide the following health services:
	(a)	nasopharyngeal suction;
	(b)	cardiac monitoring;
	(c)	perform peripheral intravenous therapy;
	(d)	administer nitrous oxide and oxygen inhalational 
analgesia;
	(e)	administer D25W and D50W through intravenous route.
(2)  An Emergency Medical Technologist-Paramedic who has 
received Registration Committee approval under subsection (4) 
may, under medical control and with an ongoing medical audit, 
provide the following health services:
	(a)	obtain arterial blood samples;
	(b)	femoral venipuncture;
	(c)	nasotracheal intubation;
	(d)	use pacemakers;
	(e)	wound management;
	(f)	urinary catheterization;
	(g)	perform intraosseous infusions;
	(h)	monitor chest tubes;
	(i)	monitor and maintain blood and blood product 
transfusions.



Alberta Regulation 76/2007
Health Professions Act
MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGISTS PROFESSION 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 4, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Alberta College of Medical Laboratory 
Technologists on February 12, 2007 pursuant to the Health Professions Act and 
approved by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 149/2007) on April 4, 2007 
pursuant to section 131 of the Health Professions Act. 
1   The Medical Laboratory Technologists Profession 
Regulation (AR 255/2001) is amended by this Regulation.



2   Section 1 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Act" means the Health Professions Act;
	(b)	"clinical genetics register" means the clinical genetics 
register category of the regulated members register;
	(c)	"College" means the Alberta College of Medical 
Laboratory Technologists;
	(d)	"Competence Committee" means the competence 
committee of the College;
	(e)	"Complaints Director" means the complaints director of 
the College;
	(f)	"Council" means the council of the College;
	(g)	"courtesy register" means the courtesy register category 
of the regulated members register;
	(h)	"diagnostic cytology register" means the diagnostic 
cytology register category of the regulated members 
register;
	(i)	"general register" means the general register category of 
the regulated members register;
	(j)	"provisional register" means the provisional register 
category of the regulated members register;
	(k)	"Registrar" means the registrar of the College;
	(l)	"Registration Committee" means the registration 
committee of the College;
	(m)	"registration year" means the period of time between 2 
successive dates established in the bylaws made under 
section 132 of the Act by which a regulated member is 
required to apply for the renewal of a practice permit.

3   Section 2 is amended by repealing clause (d) and 
substituting the following:
	(d)	provisional register;
	(e)	courtesy register.

4   Section 7 is amended by adding "under section 28(2)(b) of 
the Act" after "Council".

5   Section 8 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Substantial equivalence
8(1)  An applicant who does not meet the registration requirements 
under section 3, 4 or 5 but whose qualifications have been 
determined by the Registrar or Registration Committee under 
section 28(2)(c) of the Act to be substantially equivalent to the 
registration requirements under section 3, 4 or 5 may be registered 
on the appropriate register, as determined by the Registrar or 
Registration Committee.
(2)  In determining whether an applicant's qualifications are 
substantially equivalent under subsection (1), the Registrar or 
Registration Committee may require the applicant to undergo 
examination, testing and assessment activities.
(3)  For the determination under subsection (2), the Registrar or 
Registration Committee may use the services of experts and other 
resources to assist with the examination, testing and assessment 
activities.
(4)  The Registrar or Registration Committee may direct the 
applicant to undergo any education or training activities the 
Registrar or Registration Committee may consider necessary in 
order for the applicant to be registered.
(5)  The Registrar or Registration Committee may request any 
further information and evidence that the Registrar or Registration 
Committee considers necessary in order to assess an application 
under this section.
6   Section 9 is amended
	(a)	by repealing subsection (1) and substituting the 
following:
Provisional register
9(1)  An applicant for registration as a regulated member may 
be registered on 	the provisional register if the applicant has 
fulfilled the educational requirements set out in section 3, 4 or 
5 but has not completed the registration examination approved 
by the Council or has written the registration examination but 
has not yet received the examination results.
	(b)	in subsections (2) and (3) by striking out "temporary 
register" and substituting "provisional register";
	(c)	by repealing subsections (4) to (6) and substituting 
the following:
(4)  If a regulated member registered on the provisional register 
has successfully passed the registration examination approved 
by the Council, the Registrar must remove the regulated 
member's name from the provisional register and enter it on 
the category of the regulated members register that the 
Registrar or Registration Committee may determine to be 
appropriate.
(5)  A person whose registration on the provisional register 
expires may apply to the Registrar or Registration Committee 
for an extension not to exceed 3 months following the next 
scheduled registration examination if that person provides 
evidence that he or she has been accepted to write that next 
scheduled registration examination.
(6)  A person who is registered on the provisional register may 
practise only while supervised, in a manner satisfactory to the 
Registrar or Registration Committee, by a regulated member 
other than a regulated member registered on the provisional 
register.

7   The following is added after section 9:
Courtesy register
9.1(1)  A medical laboratory technologist in good standing in 
another jurisdiction in Canada who applies for registration in 
Alberta on a temporary basis for a specified purpose approved by 
the Registrar may be registered on the courtesy register if the 
applicant satisfies the Registrar of having competence to provide 
the services related to the specified purpose.
(2)  The registration of a person registered on the courtesy register 
is valid for the term specified by the Registrar but may not exceed 
one year.
(3)  It is a condition of registration on the courtesy register that the 
person must remain registered in good standing in the jurisdiction 
in which the person was registered at the time of the person's 
application for registration on the courtesy register and, if the 
registration in the other jurisdiction is suspended or cancelled, the 
courtesy registration is cancelled.

8   Section 11 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Good character and reputation
11   Every applicant for registration as a regulated member must 
provide written evidence satisfactory to the Registrar of having 
good character and reputation by submitting one or more of the 
following on the request of the Registrar:
	(a)	a statement by the applicant as to whether the applicant 
is currently undergoing an investigation or is subject to 
an unprofessional conduct process or has previously 
been disciplined by another regulatory body responsible 
for the regulation of medical laboratory technologists or 
of another profession that provides a professional 
service;
	(b)	a statement by the applicant as to whether the applicant 
has ever pleaded guilty or has been found guilty of a 
criminal offence in Canada or an offence of a similar 
nature in a jurisdiction outside Canada for which the 
applicant has not been pardoned;
	(c)	any other relevant evidence as requested by the 
Registrar.

9   Section 12 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Renewal requirements
12   A regulated member applying for renewal of the member's 
practice permit must state whether the regulated member has 
pleaded guilty or has been found guilty of a criminal offence in 
Canada or an offence of a similar nature in a jurisdiction outside 
Canada since the member's last practice permit and provide 
evidence of having met the continuing competence requirements 
set out in this Regulation, and must
	(a)	have been employed in the practice of medical 
laboratory technology for 900 working hours in the 
4-year period immediately preceding the application for 
renewal,
	(b)	have completed refresher education approved by the 
Council in the 2-year period immediately preceding the 
application for renewal, or
	(c)	have been granted a degree or diploma described in 
section 3, 4 or 5 within the 4-year period immediately 
preceding the application for renewal.

10   The following is added after section 12:
Conditions
12.1   When issuing a practice permit, the Registrar or 
Registration Committee may impose conditions, including, but not 
limited to, the following:
	(a)	that a regulated member practise only while conducting 
research or teaching at an educational facility;
	(b)	that a regulated member complete the continuing 
competence requirements within a specified time;
	(c)	that a regulated member complete examinations, testing, 
assessments, clinical practicums or work experience;
	(d)	that a regulated member practise under supervision;
	(e)	that a regulated member's practice be limited to areas or 
practice settings specified by the Registrar;
	(f)	that a regulated member use only those titles specified 
by the Registrar;
	(g)	that a regulated member is prohibited from supervising 
students of the profession or regulated members of the 
College.
Continuing Competence
Continuing competence program
12.2   As part of the continuing competence program, a regulated 
member must complete the following, on an annual basis, in a 
form satisfactory to the Registrar:
	(a)	a self-assessment based on the competency profile 
developed by the College indicating the areas where 
continuing competence activities are to be undertaken 
by a regulated member in the next registration year;
	(b)	a written learning plan that sets out the continuing 
competence goals of the regulated member for the next 
registration year and the continuing competence 
activities to be undertaken by the regulated member 
during that year to achieve the continuing competence 
goals;
	(c)	a completed learning plan from the previous registration 
year documenting the competence activities that were 
completed.
Review and evaluation
12.3   The Registrar must periodically select regulated members in 
accordance with criteria established by the Council for a review 
and evaluation of all or part of a regulated member's continuing 
competence program.
Actions to be taken
12.4   If the results of a review and evaluation under section 12.3 
are unsatisfactory, the Competence Committee may direct a 
regulated member to undertake one or more of the following 
within a specified period of time:
	(a)	to complete specific competence program requirements;
	(b)	to complete any additional learning activities required 
by the Competence Committee;
	(c)	to provide relevant information or evidence of 
continued learning and competence as requested by the 
Competence Committee;
	(d)	to submit to periodic review and evaluation;
	(e)	to report to the Competence Committee on specified 
matters on specified dates.

11   Section 15 is amended by striking out "section 59" and 
substituting "sections 59 and 60".

12   Section 16 is amended by striking out "complainant and" 
and substituting "complainant or".

13   Sections 17 to 22 are repealed and the following is 
substituted:
Application under Part 4 of Act
17(1)  A person whose registration and practice permit have been 
cancelled under Part 4 of the Act may apply in writing to the 
Registrar to have the registration and practice permit reinstated.
(2)  An application under subsection (1) may be made
	(a)	not earlier than 5 years from the date of cancellation, 
and
	(b)	not more than once each calendar year after the refusal 
of an application under section 18(3)(a).
(3)  An applicant under subsection (1) must provide evidence to 
the Registrar of qualifications for registration.
Review of application
18(1)  An application under section 17 must be reviewed by the 
Registration Committee.
(2)  When reviewing an application under section 17, the 
Registration Committee must
	(a)	consider the record of the hearing at which the 
applicant's registration and practice permit were 
cancelled, and
	(b)	consider whether
	(i)	the applicant meets the current requirements for 
registration,
	(ii)	any conditions imposed at the time the applicant's 
registration and practice permit were cancelled 
have been met, and
	(iii)	the applicant is fit to practise medical laboratory 
technology and does not pose a risk to public 
safety.
(3)  The Registration Committee on reviewing an application 
may make one or more of the following orders:
	(a)	an order denying the application;
	(b)	an order directing the Registrar to reinstate the person's 
registration and to reissue the practice permit;
	(c)	an order directing the Registrar to impose specified 
conditions on the person's practice permit.
Review of decision
19(1)  An applicant whose application is denied or on whose 
practice permit conditions have been imposed under section 18 
may apply to the Council for a review of the decision of the 
Registration Committee.
(2)  Sections 31 and 32 of the Act apply to a review under 
subsection (1).
Access to decision
20(1)  The Registration Committee, under section 18, and the 
Council, under section 19, may order that its decision be publicized 
in a manner it considers appropriate.
(2)  The College must make a decision under section 18 or 19 
available for 5 years to the public on request.

14   Section 23 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Use of titles
23   A regulated member may, in the regulated member's practice 
of medical laboratory technology, use the words "registered" and 
"regulated" and may use any of the following titles, abbreviations 
and initials:
	(a)	medical laboratory technologist;
	(b)	registered medical laboratory technologist;
	(c)	M.L.T.

15   Section 24(2) is amended by striking out "only".

16   Section 25 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Section 119 information
25   The periods of time during which the Council is required to 
provide information under section 119(4) of the Act to a member 
of the public are as follows:
	(a)	information referred to in section 33(3) of the Act 
entered in a register for a regulated member, except for 
the information referred to in section 33(3)(h) of the 
Act, while the named regulated member is registered as 
a member of the College;
	(b)	information referred to in section 119(1) of the Act 
respecting
	(i)	the suspension of a regulated member's practice 
permit, while the suspension is in effect,
	(ii)	the cancellation of a regulated member's permit, 
for 5 years after the cancellation,
	(iii)	the conditions imposed on a regulated member's 
practice permit, while the conditions are in effect,
	(iv)	the directions made that a regulated member cease 
providing professional services, while the 
directions are in effect, and
	(v)	the imposition of a reprimand or fine under Part 4 
of the Act, for 5 years after the imposition of the 
reprimand or fine;
	(c)	information as to whether a hearing is scheduled to be 
held under Part 4 of the Act with respect to a named 
regulated member, until the hearing is concluded;
	(d)	information respecting
	(i)	whether a hearing has been held under Part 4 of the 
Act with respect to a named regulated member, for 
5 years from the date the hearing is concluded, and
	(ii)	a decision and a record of the hearing referred to in 
section 85(3) of the Act of a hearing held under 
Part 4 of the Act, for 5 years after the date the 
hearing tribunal of the College rendered its 
decision.



Alberta Regulation 77/2007
Forest and Prairie Protection Act
THE FOREST AND PRAIRIE PROTECTION REGULATIONS 
PART I AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 4, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 159/2007) 
on April 4, 2007 pursuant to section 41 of the  Forest and Prairie Protection Act.
1   The Forest and Prairie Protection Regulations, Part I 
(AR 135/72) are amended by this Regulation.



2   Section 2 is amended
	(a)	by repealing clauses (a), (c), (d), (f) and (h);
	(b)	by repealing clauses (i) and (j) and substituting the 
following:
	(i)	"permit" means a fire permit issued under section 19 of 
the Act;

3   Section 8 is amended by striking out "Director" and 
substituting "Minister".

4   Section 11(1) is amended by striking out "forest 
superintendent" and substituting "Minister".

5   Section 13 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1) by striking out "a superintendent" 
and substituting "the Minister";
	(b)	in subsection (2) by striking out "Superintendent" and 
substituting "Minister".

6   The heading before section 16 is amended by striking 
out "Pipe Line" and substituting "Pipeline".

7   Section 16 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1) by striking out "The Pipe Line Act" 
and substituting "the Pipeline Act";
	(b)	by striking out "pipe line" wherever it occurs and 
substituting "pipeline";
	(c)	by striking out "Director" wherever it occurs and 
substituting "Minister".

8   Section 27 is amended by striking out "forest 
superintendent" and substituting "Minister".

9   Section 28 is repealed.

10   Table "A" is amended by striking out "Director" and 
substituting "Minister".

11   Form A is amended
	(a)	by striking out the heading
Province of Alberta 
 
Department of Lands and Forests 
 
Alberta Forest Service
	(b)	by striking out "1971" wherever it occurs.

12   Form B is repealed and the following is substituted:
Form B  
 
Order to Reduce or Remove a Fire Hazard 
or Burning Hazard 
 
No. _____
ISSUED under the authority of section 26 of the Forest and Prairie 
Protection Act and the regulations made thereunder.
TO:                                  DATE:                      OF:  	
*TIME:                                             
RE:  Qtr.       ;  Sec.       ;  Twp.       ;  Rge.       ;  West        Meridian
TAKE NOTICE that I have found on the land herein described, which 
land is owned by or under your control, conditions that in my opinion 
constitute a fire hazard or burning hazard.
I HEREBY ORDER YOU, pursuant to sections 25 and 26 of the 
Forest and Prairie Protection Act and regulations thereto, to take such 
action as is necessary to reduce or remove the fire hazard or burning 
hazard not later than            o'clock in the            noon of           , 20 
     , and in the manner that I have prescribed and set out immediately 
below.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that your failure to act in 
accordance with and carry out this Order may result in my entering on 
the said land with any equipment and person that I consider necessary 
such that I may perform the required work, the costs of which shall, on 
demand, be reimbursed to the Minister.
Per  	 
                     (Forest Officer)


--------------------------------
Alberta Regulation 78/2007
Forests Act
TIMBER MANAGEMENT AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 4, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 160/2007) 
on April 4, 2007 pursuant to section 4 of the Forests Act. 
1   The Timber Management Regulation (AR 60/73) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   The Table in Schedule 3 is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
Table
Part A
For First 107 296 Cubic Metres of Roundwood in respect of 
which the Dues Determination Activity occurs during May 1 
to April 30
Column 1 
Random Lengths Price 
in $ per 1000 Board Feet
Column 2 
Timber Dues Payable per Cubic 
Metre of Roundwood
$0.01
-
$420.00
$1.90
420.01
-
437.50
2.15
437.51
-
455.00
2.65
455.01
-
472.50
3.15
472.51
-
490.00
3.64
490.01
-
507.50
4.28
507.51
-
525.00
4.89
525.01
-
542.50
5.51
542.51
-
560.00
6.12
560.01
-
577.50
6.80
577.51
-
595.00
7.54
595.01
-
612.50
8.27
612.51
-
630.00
9.01
630.01
-
647.50
9.81
647.51
-
665.00
10.67
665.01
-
682.50
11.53
682.51
-
700.00
12.39
700.01
-
717.50
13.32
717.51
-
735.00
14.30
735.01
-
752.50
15.29
752.51
-
770.00
16.27
770.01
-
787.50
17.31
787.51
-
805.00
18.42
805.01
-
822.50
19.53
822.51
-
840.00
20.64
840.01
-
857.50
21.80
857.51
-
875.00
23.03
875.01
-
892.50
24.26
892.51
-
910.00
25.49
910.01
-
927.50
26.72
927.51
-
945.00
27.95
945.01
-
962.50
29.18
962.51
-
980.00
30.41
980.01
-
997.50
31.64
997.51
-
1015.00
32.87
1015.01
-
1032.50
34.10
1032.51
-
1050.00
35.33
1050.01
-
1067.50
36.56
1067.51
-
1085.00
37.79
1085.01
-
1102.50
39.02
1102.51
-
1120.00
40.25
1120.01
-
1137.50
41.48
1137.51
-
1155.00
42.71
1155.01
-
1172.50
43.94
1172.51
-
1190.00
45.17
1190.01
-
1207.50
46.40
1207.51
-
1225.00
47.63
1225.01
-
1242.50
48.86
1242.51
-
1260.00
50.09
1260.01
-
1277.50
51.32
1277.51
-
1295.00
52.55
1295.01
-
1312.50
53.78
1312.51
-
1330.00
55.01
1330.01
-
1347.50
56.24
1347.51
-
1365.00
57.47
1365.01
-
1382.50
58.70
1382.51
-
1400.00
59.93
1400.01
-
1417.50
61.16
1417.51
-
1435.00
62.39
1435.01
-
1452.50
63.62
1452.51
-
1470.00
64.85
1470.01
-
1487.50
66.08
1487.51
-
1505.00
67.31
1505.01
-
1522.50
68.54
1522.51
-
1540.00
69.77
1540.01
-
1557.50
71.00
1557.51
-
1575.00
72.23
1575.01
-
1592.50
73.46
1592.51
-
1610.00
74.69
1610.01
-
1627.50
75.92
1627.51
-
1645.00
77.15
1645.01
-
1662.50
78.38
1662.51
-
1680.00
79.61
1680.01
-
1697.50
80.84
1697.51
-
1715.00
82.07
1715.01
-
1732.50
83.30
1732.51
-
1750.00
84.53
1750.01
-
1767.50
85.76
1767.51
-
1785.00
86.99
1785.01
-
1802.50
88.22
1802.51
-
1820.00
89.45
1820.01
-
1837.50
90.68
1837.51
-
1855.00
91.91
1855.01
-
1872.50
93.14
1872.51
-
1890.00
94.37
1890.01
-
1907.50
95.60
1907.51
-
1925.00
96.83
1925.01
-
1942.50
98.06
1942.51
-
1960.00
99.29
1960.01
-
1977.50
100.52
1977.51
-
1995.00
101.75
1995.01
-
2012.50
102.98
2012.51
-
2030.00
104.21
2030.01
-
2047.50
105.44
2047.51
-
2065.00
106.67
2065.01
-
2082.50
107.90
2082.51
-
2100.00
109.13
2100.01
-
2117.50
110.36
2117.51
-
2135.00
111.59
2135.01
-
2152.50
112.82
2152.51
-
2170.00
114.05
2170.01
-
2187.50
115.28
2187.51
-
2205.00
116.51
2205.01
-
2222.50
117.74
2222.51
-
2240.00
118.97
2240.01
-
2257.50
120.20
2257.51
-
2275.00
121.43
2275.01
-
2292.50
122.66
2292.51
-
2310.00
123.89
2310.01
-
2327.50
125.12
2327.51
-
2345.00
126.35
2345.01
-
2362.50
127.58
2362.51
-
2380.00
128.81
2380.01
-
2397.50
130.04
2397.51
-
2415.00
131.27
2415.01
-
2432.50
132.50
2432.51
-
2450.00
133.73
2450.01
-
2467.50
134.96
2467.51
-
2485.00
136.19
Part B
Excess over 107 296 Cubic Metres of Roundwood in respect of 
which the Dues Determination Activity occurs during May 1 to 
April 30
Column 1 
Random Lengths Price 
in $ per 1000 Board Feet
Column 2 
Timber Dues Payable per Cubic 
Metre of Roundwood
$0.01
-
$392.00
$1.90
392.01
-
409.50
2.15
409.51
-
427.00
2.65
427.01
-
444.50
3.15
444.51
-
462.00
3.64
462.01
-
479.50
4.28
479.51
-
497.00
4.89
497.01
-
514.50
5.51
514.51
-
532.00
6.12
532.01
-
549.50
6.80
549.51
-
567.00
7.54
567.01
-
584.50
8.27
584.51
-
602.00
9.01
602.01
-
619.50
9.81
619.51
-
637.00
10.67
637.01
-
654.50
11.53
654.51
-
672.00
12.39
672.01
-
689.50
13.32
689.51
-
707.00
14.30
707.01
-
724.50
15.29
724.51
-
742.00
16.27
742.01
-
759.50
17.31
759.51
-
777.00
18.42
777.01
-
794.50
19.53
794.51
-
812.00
20.64
812.01
-
829.50
21.80
829.51
-
847.00
23.03
847.01
-
864.50
24.26
864.51
-
882.00
25.49
882.01
-
899.50
26.72
899.51
-
917.00
27.95
917.01
-
934.50
29.18
934.51
-
952.00
30.41
952.01
-
969.50
31.64
969.51
-
987.00
32.87
987.01
-
1004.50
34.10
1004.51
-
1022.00
35.33
1022.01
-
1039.50
36.56
1039.51
-
1057.00
37.79
1057.01
-
1074.50
39.02
1074.51
-
1092.00
40.25
1092.01
-
1109.50
41.48
1109.51
-
1127.00
42.71
1127.01
-
1144.50
43.94
1144.51
-
1162.00
45.17
1162.01
-
1179.50
46.40
1179.51
-
1197.00
47.63
1197.01
-
1214.50
48.86
1214.51
-
1232.00
50.09
1232.01
-
1249.50
51.32
1249.51
-
1267.00
52.55
1267.01
-
1284.50
53.78
1284.51
-
1302.00
55.01
1302.01
-
1319.50
56.24
1319.51
-
1337.00
57.47
1337.01
-
1354.50
58.70
1354.51
-
1372.00
59.93
1372.01
-
1389.50
61.16
1389.51
-
1407.00
62.39
1407.01
-
1424.50
63.62
1424.51
-
1442.00
64.85
1442.01
-
1459.50
66.08
1459.51
-
1477.00
67.31
1477.01
-
1494.50
68.54
1494.51
-
1512.00
69.77
1512.01
-
1529.50
71.00
1529.51
-
1547.00
72.23
1547.01
-
1564.50
73.46
1564.51
-
1582.00
74.69
1582.01
-
1599.50
75.92
1599.51
-
1617.00
77.15
1617.01
-
1634.50
78.38
1634.51
-
1652.00
79.61
1652.01
-
1669.50
80.84
1669.51
-
1687.00
82.07
1687.01
-
1704.50
83.30
1704.51
-
1722.00
84.53
1722.01
-
1739.50
85.76
1739.51
-
1757.00
86.99
1757.01
-
1774.50
88.22
1774.51
-
1792.00
89.45
1792.01
-
1809.50
90.68
1809.51
-
1827.00
91.91
1827.01
-
1844.50
93.14
1844.51
-
1862.00
94.37
1862.01
-
1879.50
95.60
1879.51
-
1897.00
96.83
1897.01
-
1914.50
98.06
1914.51
-
1932.00
99.29
1932.01
-
1949.50
100.52
1949.51
-
1967.00
101.75
1967.01
-
1984.50
102.98
1984.51
-
2002.00
104.21
2002.01
-
2019.50
105.44
2019.51
-
2037.00
106.67
2037.01
-
2054.50
107.90
2054.51
-
2072.00
109.13
2072.01
-
2089.50
110.36
2089.51
-
2107.00
111.59
2107.01
-
2124.50
112.82
2124.51
-
2142.00
114.05
2142.01
-
2159.50
115.28
2159.51
-
2177.00
116.51
2177.01
-
2194.50
117.74
2194.51
-
2212.00
118.97
2212.01
-
2229.50
120.20
2229.51
-
2247.00
121.43
2247.01
-
2264.50
122.66
2264.51
-
2282.00
123.89
2282.01
-
2299.50
125.12
2299.51
-
2317.00
126.35
2317.01
-
2334.50
127.58
2334.51
-
2352.00
128.81
2352.01
-
2369.50
130.04
2369.51
-
2387.00
131.27
2387.01
-
2404.50
132.50
2404.51
-
2422.00
133.73
2422.01
-
2439.50
134.96
2439.51
-
2457.00
136.19

3   This Regulation comes into force on the first day of the 
calendar month immediately following the calendar month 
in which this Regulation is filed under the Regulations Act.


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Alberta Regulation 79/2007
Forests Act 
Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act
FOREST RESOURCES IMPROVEMENT AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 4, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 161/2007) 
on April 4, 2007 pursuant to section 4 of the Forests Act and section 37 of the 
Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act. 
1   The Forest Resources Improvement Regulation 
(AR 152/97) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Part A and Part B in Schedule 1 are repealed and the 
following is substituted:
Part A
For First 107 296 Cubic Metres of Roundwood in respect of 
which the Dues Determination Activity occurs during May 1 to 
April 30
Column 1 
Random Lengths Price 
in $ per 1000 Board Feet
Column 2 
Maximum Timber Dues 
Adjustment per Cubic 
Metre of Roundwood
$0.01
-
$420.00
$0.00
420.01
-
437.50
0.00
437.51
-
455.00
0.00
455.01
-
472.50
0.00
472.51
-
490.00
0.00
490.01
-
507.50
0.26
507.51
-
525.00
0.50
525.01
-
542.50
0.75
542.51
-
560.00
0.99
560.01
-
577.50
1.26
577.51
-
595.00
1.56
595.01
-
612.50
1.85
612.51
-
630.00
2.15
630.01
-
647.50
2.47
647.51
-
665.00
2.81
665.01
-
682.50
3.15
682.51
-
700.00
3.49
700.01
-
717.50
3.86
717.51
-
735.00
4.25
735.01
-
752.50
4.65
752.51
-
770.00
5.04
770.01
-
787.50
5.46
787.51
-
805.00
5.90
805.01
-
822.50
6.34
822.51
-
840.00
6.78
840.01
-
857.50
7.24
857.51
-
875.00
7.73
875.01
-
892.50
8.22
892.51
-
910.00
8.71
910.01
-
927.50
9.20
927.51
-
945.00
9.69
945.01
-
962.50
10.18
962.51
-
980.00
10.67
980.01
-
997.50
11.16
997.51
-
1015.00
11.65
1015.01
-
1032.50
12.14
1032.51
-
1050.00
12.63
1050.01
-
1067.50
13.12
1067.51
-
1085.00
13.61
1085.01
-
1102.50
14.10
1102.51
-
1120.00
14.59
1120.01
-
1137.50
15.08
1137.51
-
1155.00
15.57
1155.01
-
1172.50
16.06
1172.51
-
1190.00
16.55
1190.01
-
1207.50
17.04
1207.51
-
1225.00
17.53
1225.01
-
1242.50
18.02
1242.51
-
1260.00
18.51
1260.01
-
1277.50
19.00
1277.51
-
1295.00
19.49
1295.01
-
1312.50
19.98
1312.51
-
1330.00
20.47
1330.01
-
1347.50
20.96
1347.51
-
1365.00
21.45
1365.01
-
1382.50
21.94
1382.51
-
1400.00
22.43
1400.01
-
1417.50
22.92
1417.51
-
1435.00
23.41
1435.01
-
1452.50
23.90
1452.51
-
1470.00
24.39
1470.01
-
1487.50
24.88
1487.51
-
1505.00
25.37
1505.01
-
1522.50
25.86
1522.51
-
1540.00
26.35
1540.01
-
1557.50
26.84
1557.51
-
1575.00
27.33
1575.01
-
1592.50
27.82
1592.51
-
1610.00
28.31
1610.01
-
1627.50
28.80
1627.51
-
1645.00
29.29
1645.01
-
1662.50
29.78
1662.51
-
1680.00
30.27
1680.01
-
1697.50
30.76
1697.51
-
1715.00
31.25
1715.01
-
1732.50
31.74
1732.51
-
1750.00
32.23
1750.01
-
1767.50
32.72
1767.51
-
1785.00
33.21
1785.01
-
1802.50
33.70
1802.51
-
1820.00
34.19
1820.01
-
1837.50
34.68
1837.51
-
1855.00
35.17
1855.01
-
1872.50
35.66
1872.51
-
1890.00
36.15
1890.01
-
1907.50
36.64
1907.51
-
1925.00
37.13
1925.01
-
1942.50
37.62
1942.51
-
1960.00
38.11
1960.01
-
1977.50
38.60
1977.51
-
1995.00
39.09
1995.01
-
2012.50
39.58
2012.51
-
2030.00
40.07
2030.01
-
2047.50
40.56
2047.51
-
2065.00
41.05
2065.01
-
2082.50
41.54
2082.51
-
2100.00
42.03
2100.01
-
2117.50
42.52
2117.51
-
2135.00
43.01
2135.01
-
2152.50
43.50
2152.51
-
2170.00
43.99
2170.01
-
2187.50
44.48
2187.51
-
2205.00
44.97
2205.01
-
2222.50
45.46
2222.51
-
2240.00
45.95
2240.01
-
2257.50
46.44
2257.51
-
2275.00
46.93
2275.01
-
2292.50
47.42
2292.51
-
2310.00
47.91
2310.01
-
2327.50
48.40
2327.51
-
2345.00
48.89
2345.01
-
2362.50
49.38
2362.51
-
2380.00
49.87
2380.01
-
2397.50
50.36
2397.51
-
2415.00
50.85
2415.01
-
2432.50
51.34
2432.51
-
2450.00
51.83
2450.01
-
2467.50
52.32
2467.51
-
2485.00
52.81
Part B
Excess over 107 296 Cubic Metres of Roundwood in respect of 
which the Dues Determination Activity occurs during May 1 to 
April 30
Column 1 
Random Lengths Price 
in $ per 1000 Board Feet
Column 2 
Maximum Timber Dues 
Adjustment per Cubic 
Metre of Roundwood
$0.01
-
$392.00
$0.00
392.01
-
409.50
0.00
409.51
-
427.00
0.00
427.01
-
444.50
0.00
444.51
-
462.00
0.00
462.01
-
479.50
0.26
479.51
-
497.00
0.50
497.01
-
514.50
0.75
514.51
-
532.00
0.99
532.01
-
549.50
1.26
549.51
-
567.00
1.56
567.01
-
584.50
1.85
584.51
-
602.00
2.15
602.01
-
619.50
2.47
619.51
-
637.00
2.81
637.01
-
654.50
3.15
654.51
-
672.00
3.49
672.01
-
689.50
3.86
689.51
-
707.00
4.25
707.01
-
724.50
4.65
724.51
-
742.00
5.04
742.01
-
759.50
5.46
759.51
-
777.00
5.90
777.01
-
794.50
6.34
794.51
-
812.00
6.78
812.01
-
829.50
7.24
829.51
-
847.00
7.73
847.01
-
864.50
8.22
864.51
-
882.00
8.71
882.01
-
899.50
9.20
899.51
-
917.00
9.69
917.01
-
934.50
10.18
934.51
-
952.00
10.67
952.01
-
969.50
11.16
969.51
-
987.00
11.65
987.01
-
1004.50
12.14
1004.51
-
1022.00
12.63
1022.01
-
1039.50
13.12
1039.51
-
1057.00
13.61
1057.01
-
1074.50
14.10
1074.51
-
1092.00
14.59
1092.01
-
1109.50
15.08
1109.51
-
1127.00
15.57
1127.01
-
1144.50
16.06
1144.51
-
1162.00
16.55
1162.01
-
1179.50
17.04
1179.51
-
1197.00
17.53
1197.01
-
1214.50
18.02
1214.51
-
1232.00
18.51
1232.01
-
1249.50
19.00
1249.51
-
1267.00
19.49
1267.01
-
1284.50
19.98
1284.51
-
1302.00
20.47
1302.01
-
1319.50
20.96
1319.51
-
1337.00
21.45
1337.01
-
1354.50
21.94
1354.51
-
1372.00
22.43
1372.01
-
1389.50
22.92
1389.51
-
1407.00
23.41
1407.01
-
1424.50
23.90
1424.51
-
1442.00
24.39
1442.01
-
1459.50
24.88
1459.51
-
1477.00
25.37
1477.01
-
1494.50
25.86
1494.51
-
1512.00
26.35
1512.01
-
1529.50
26.84
1529.51
-
1547.00
27.33
1547.01
-
1564.50
27.82
1564.51
-
1582.00
28.31
1582.01
-
1599.50
28.80
1599.51
-
1617.00
29.29
1617.01
-
1634.50
29.78
1634.51
-
1652.00
30.27
1652.01
-
1669.50
30.76
1669.51
-
1687.00
31.25
1687.01
-
1704.50
31.74
1704.51
-
1722.00
32.23
1722.01
-
1739.50
32.72
1739.51
-
1757.00
33.21
1757.01
-
1774.50
33.70
1774.51
-
1792.00
34.19
1792.01
-
1809.50
34.68
1809.51
-
1827.00
35.17
1827.01
-
1844.50
35.66
1844.51
-
1862.00
36.15
1862.01
-
1879.50
36.64
1879.51
-
1897.00
37.13
1897.01
-
1914.50
37.62
1914.51
-
1932.00
38.11
1932.01
-
1949.50
38.60
1949.51
-
1967.00
39.09
1967.01
-
1984.50
39.58
1984.51
-
2002.00
40.07
2002.01
-
2019.50
40.56
2019.51
-
2037.00
41.05
2037.01
-
2054.50
41.54
2054.51
-
2072.00
42.03
2072.01
-
2089.50
42.52
2089.51
-
2107.00
43.01
2107.01
-
2124.50
43.50
2124.51
-
2142.00
43.99
2142.01
-
2159.50
44.48
2159.51
-
2177.00
44.97
2177.01
-
2194.50
45.46
2194.51
-
2212.00
45.95
2212.01
-
2229.50
46.44
2229.51
-
2247.00
46.93
2247.01
-
2264.50
47.42
2264.51
-
2282.00
47.91
2282.01
-
2299.50
48.40
2299.51
-
2317.00
48.89
2317.01
-
2334.50
49.38
2334.51
-
2352.00
49.87
2352.01
-
2369.50
50.36
2369.51
-
2387.00
50.85
2387.01
-
2404.50
51.34
2404.51
-
2422.00
51.83
2422.01
-
2439.50
52.32
2439.51
-
2457.00
52.81

3   This Regulation comes into force on the first day of the 
calendar month immediately following the calendar month 
in which this Regulation is filed under the Regulations Act.


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Alberta Regulation 80/2007
Provincial Offences Procedure Act
PROCEDURES (FOREST RECREATION) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 4, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 162/2007) 
on April 4, 2007 pursuant to section 42 of the Provincial Offences Procedure Act. 
1   The Procedures Regulation (AR 233/89) is amended by 
this Regulation.

2   Schedule 2 is amended by repealing parts 4 and 4.1 and 
substituting the following:
Part 4 
The Regulations Under  
the Forests Act
FOREST RECREATION REGULATION
1   The specified penalty payable in respect of a contravention of a 
provision of the Forest Recreation Regulation (AR 343/79) shown in 
Column 1 is the amount shown in Column 2 in respect of that 
provision.
2   An "X" in Column 3 indicates that proceedings in respect of the 
offence may be commenced by a violation ticket issued under either 
Part 2 or Part 3 of the Provincial Offences Procedure Act.

 
 
Item 
Number
Column 1 
(Section 
Number of 
Regulation)
Column 2 
(Specified 
Penalty in 
Dollars)
Column 3 
(Part 2/Part 3 
Violation 
Ticket)




1
8(a)
350

2
8(b)
250

3
9(1)
500

4
9(3)(a)
150

5
9(3)(b)
500

6
10(1)
250

7
10(2)
500

8
11(1)
250
X
9
13
100
X
10
14(1)
250
X
11
14(4)
100
X
12
15(1)
250
X
13
15.1(1)
250
X
14
15.1(5)(a)
250
X
15
15.1(5)(b)
150

16
15.1(5)(c)
150

17
15.1(6)
500

18
15.1(7)
250
X
19
15.2(1)
250
X
20
15.2(5)
250

21
15.3(1)
150

22
15.3(2)
250
X
23
15.4(1)
250
X
24
15.4(4)
250

25
15.5(1)
250
X
26
15.6(1)
250
X
27
15.6(4)(a)
150

28
15.6(4)(b)
500

29
16(1)
250
X
30
18(1)
150

31
19(1)
250

32
19(2)
100

33
20
250

34
21(1)
150

35
21(2)
250

36
22(1)
100

37
23
250

38
24
100

39
25
250

40
25.11
250

41
25.2
150
X
42
25.31
150

43
26(1)
250
X
44
26(2)
100
X
45
27
100

Part 4.1 
The Regulations Under  
the Forests Act
Castle Special Management Area  
Forest Land Use Zone Regulation
1   The specified penalty payable for a contravention of a provision of 
the Castle Special Management Area Forest Land Use Zone 
Regulation (Alta. Reg. 49/98) shown in Column 1 is the amount shown 
in Column 2 in respect of that provision.
2   An "X" in Column 3 indicates that proceedings in respect of the 
offence may be commenced by a violation ticket issued under either 
Part 2 or Part 3 of the Provincial Offences Procedure Act.

Item 
Number
Column 1 
(Section 
Number of 
Regulation)
Column 2 
(Specified 
Penalty in 
Dollars)
Column 3 
(Part 2/Part 3 
Violation Ticket)




1
3(a)
350

2
3(b)
250

3
4(1)
250
X

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



Alberta Regulation 81/2007
Social Care Facilities Licensing Act
CHILD CARE AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 4, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 168/2007) 
on April 4, 2007 pursuant to section 12 of the Social Care Facilities Licensing Act.
1   The Child Care Regulation (AR 180/2000) is amended by 
this Regulation.



2   Section 5 is repealed.

3   Section 8(2) is amended by striking out "13 months" and 
substituting "12 months".

4   Section 25 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (2) by striking out "Minister" and 
substituting "director";
	(b)	by adding the following after subsection (2):
(2.1)  A person who applies for a qualification certificate at 
level 1, 2 or 3 must provide the director with the results of a 
criminal record check, including a vulnerable sector search, 
dated not earlier than 6 months prior to the date of the 
application.
	(c)	in subsection (3)
	(i)	by striking out "The Minister must issue" and 
substituting "If the director is satisfied with the 
results of the applicant's criminal record check, 
including the vulnerable sector search, the director may 
issue";
	(ii)	in clause (a) by striking out "approved by the 
Minister" and substituting "approved by the 
director";
	(iii)	in clause (b) by striking out "the Minister 
considers" and substituting "the director considers";
	(d)	in subsection (4)
	(i)	by striking out "The Minister must issue" and 
substituting "If the director is satisfied with the 
results of the applicant's criminal record check, 
including the vulnerable sector search, the director may 
issue";
	(ii)	in clause (b) by striking out "the Minister 
considers" and substituting "the director considers";
	(e)	in subsection (5)
	(i)	by striking out "The Minister must issue" and 
substituting "If the director is satisfied with the 
results of the applicant's criminal record check, 
including the vulnerable sector search, the director may 
issue";
	(ii)	in clause (b) by striking out "the Minister 
considers" and substituting "the director considers".

5   Section 26 is amended
	(a)	by striking out "Minister" wherever it occurs and 
substituting "director";
	(b)	by adding "or the person to whom a qualification certificate 
was issued has been convicted of a criminal offence," after 
"inaccurate information,".

6   Section 30 is amended by striking out "13 months" 
wherever it occurs and substituting "12 months".

7   This Regulation comes into force on May 1, 2007.


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Alberta Regulation 82/2007
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
ALBERTA MILK PLAN MINIMUM PRICE FOR 
SUB-CLASS 1A MILK ORDER
Filed: April 5, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board on April 4, 
2007 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 $75.97.
Repeal
2   The Alberta Milk Plan Minimum Price for Sub-class 1a Milk Order 
(AR 39/2007) is repealed.
Coming into force
3   This Order comes into force on May 1, 2007.


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Alberta Regulation 83/2007
Wildlife Act
WILDLIFE (WMU DESCRIPTIONS - LAC LA BICHE SEASONAL 
SANCTUARY, 2007) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 11, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Sustainable Resource Development 
(M.O. 10/07) on April 4, 2007 pursuant to section 103 of the Wildlife Act. 
1   The Wildlife Regulation (AR 143/97) is amended by this 
Regulation.

2   Section 96 is amended
	(a)	in clause (a)(iii) by striking out "prairie rattlesnakes" 
and substituting "those specified in clause (a.1)";
	(b)	in clause (a.1) by striking out "prairie rattlesnakes" and 
substituting "Prairie Rattlesnakes, Western Hognose 
Snakes and Bull (Gopher) Snakes".

3   Section 126(1.2) is amended
	(a)	by striking out "the" and substituting "a";
	(b)	by striking out "Item 12" and substituting "Items 12 
and 13".

4   Part 1 of Schedule 9 is amended by sections 4 to 96.
5   Item 5 is amended
	(a)	by striking out "to the western shore of Waterton 
Reservoir" and substituting "to the west side of the bridge 
crossing the Waterton River";
	(b)	by adding "northern and" after "southerly along the".

6   Item 7 is amended by striking out "; thence easterly and 
northeasterly along the Ranchville Road to secondary road 941; thence 
northwesterly and northerly along secondary road 941" and 
substituting ", also known as township road 7-4; thence easterly and 
northeasterly along the Ranchville Road to a road locally known as 
Eagle Butte Road at the southeast corner of township 8, range 4, west 
of the fourth meridian; thence northwesterly and northerly along this 
road".

7   Item 8 is amended
	(a)	by striking out "; thence northerly and easterly along 
Ranchville Road to secondary road 941" and substituting 
", also known as township road 7-4; thence northerly and 
easterly along the Ranchville Road to a road locally known 
as Eagle Butte Road (a point at the southeast corner of 
township 8, range 4, west of the fourth meridian)";
	(b)	by striking out "West" and substituting "west".

8   Item 9 is amended
	(a)	by striking out "secondary road 941 near Dunmore; thence 
southerly along secondary road 941" and substituting "a 
road locally known as Eagle Butte Road near Dunmore; 
thence southerly along Eagle Butte Road";
	(b)	by striking out "West" and substituting "west".

9   Item 10 is amended by striking out "secondary road 884; 
thence southerly along secondary road 884" and substituting "range 
road 9-3; thence southerly along range road 9-3".

10   Item 12 is amended by striking out "westerly along 
secondary" and substituting "easterly along secondary".

11   Item 13 is amended by striking out "Grannum" and 
substituting "Granum".

12   Item 14 is amended by striking out "the C.P.R. right-of-way 
at Lomond; thence southeasterly along the C.P.R. right-of-way to 
secondary road 847; thence southerly along secondary road 847" and 
substituting "where it becomes secondary road 845; thence easterly 
along secondary road 845 to the C.P.R. right-of-way at Lomond; 
thence southeasterly along the C.P.R. right-of-way to the oiled surface 
road also known as range road 19-2; thence southerly along this road".

13   Item 15 is amended by striking out "southerly and 
westerly" and substituting "southerly along secondary road 842 to 
secondary road 542; thence westerly along secondary road 542 
approximately 4 miles to secondary road 842; thence southerly".

14   Items 16 and 17 are repealed and the following is 
substituted:
16	Majorville Wildlife Management Unit (138)
	Commencing where secondary road 842 crosses the Bow 
River, near Cluny; thence downstream along the right bank of 
the Bow River to the ferry landing within the northwest quarter 
of section 24, township 21, range 20, west of the fourth 
meridian; thence easterly and northerly along an unnamed 
gravel road for approximately 3 miles to its junction with 
highway 1 (TransCanada); thence easterly along highway 1 to 
highway 36; thence southerly along highway 36 to secondary 
road 539; thence westerly and southerly along secondary road 
539 across the Bow River; thence continuing westerly 
approximately 8 miles to range road 18-3; thence southerly 
along range road 18-3 to township road 16-2; thence westerly 
along township road 16-2 to the C.P.R. right-of-way; thence 
northwesterly along the C.P.R. right-of-way to secondary road 
845 near Lomond; thence westerly on secondary road 845 to 
where it becomes secondary road 531; thence westerly on 
secondary road 531 to secondary road 842; thence northerly 
along secondary road 842 to secondary road 534; thence 
westerly on secondary road 534 approximately 2 miles to 
secondary road 842; thence northerly on secondary road 842 to 
secondary road 542; thence easterly on secondary road 542 
approximately 4 miles to secondary road 842; thence northerly 
on secondary road 842 to the point of commencement.
17	Rainier Wildlife Management Unit (140)
	Commencing at the junction of secondary road 524 and 
highway 36 near Vauxhall; thence westerly along secondary 
road 524 to secondary road 864; thence southerly along 
secondary road 864 to secondary road 521; thence westerly 
along secondary road 521 to highway 25; thence northerly 
along highway 25 to the junction of secondary road 526; 
thence continuing northerly on the oiled surface road also 
know as range road 19-2 to the C.P.R. right-of-way; thence 
northwesterly along the C.P.R. right-of-way to township road 
16-2; thence easterly along township road 16-2 to range road 
18-3; thence northerly along range road 18-3 to secondary road 
539; thence easterly along secondary road 539 to highway 36; 
thence southerly along highway 36 to the point of 
commencement.

15   Item 19 is amended
	(a)	by striking out "southerly along secondary road 884 to 
secondary" and substituting "easterly along highway 1 to 
range road 9-3; thence southerly along range road 9-3 to 
secondary";
	(b)	by striking out "highway 1 (TransCanada); thence 
southeasterly along highway 1 (TransCanada) to".

16   Item 20 is amended by striking out "the Hilda road between 
townships 17 and 18; thence westerly along the Hilda road and 
continuing westerly between townships 17 and 18" and substituting 
"township road 18-0, also known as Hilda road; thence westerly along 
township road 18-0 and continuing westerly for approximately 2.5 
miles along the undeveloped road allowance 18-0".

17   Item 21 is amended by striking out "the Hilda road between 
townships 17 and 18; thence westerly along the Hilda road and 
continuing westerly between townships 17 and 18" and substituting 
"township road 18-0, also known as Hilda road; thence westerly along 
township road 18-0 and continuing westerly for approximately 2.5 
miles along the undeveloped road allowance 18-0".

18   Item 22 is amended by striking out "roads 884 and old 
secondary road 565 near Big Stone; thence easterly along old 
secondary road 565 to secondary road 886; thence northerly along 
secondary road 886 4 miles; thence directly east on gravel road to old 
secondary road 565 and continuing easterly along old secondary road 
565" and substituting "road 884 and township road 25-0; thence 
easterly along township road 25-0 to secondary road 886; thence 
northerly along secondary road 886 approximately 4 miles; thence east 
along township line 25-4".

19   Item 23 is amended by striking out "old secondary road 565 
near Finnegan; thence easterly along old secondary road 565 to 
highway 36; thence southerly on highway 36 approximately 2 miles to 
old secondary road 565; thence continuing easterly on old secondary 
road 565" and substituting "township road 25-3; thence easterly 
along this road to range road 15-0; thence southerly along this road to 
township road 25-2; thence easterly along this road to highway 36; 
thence southerly on highway 36 to township road 25-0; thence easterly 
along this road".

20   Item 24 is amended
	(a)	by striking out "near Norfolk";
	(b)	by striking out "and continuing southerly and easterly 
along the Crowfoot Ferry Road to the Bow River" and 
substituting "; thence continuing southerly and easterly 
along an unnamed gravel road approximately 3 miles to the 
Ferry landing".

21   Item 26 is amended by striking out "secondary road 565; 
thence westerly along secondary road 565" and substituting 
"township road 25-2; thence westerly along this road to range road 
15-0; thence northerly along this road to township road 25-3; thence 
westerly along this road".

22   Item 27 is amended by striking out "secondary road 565; 
thence westerly along secondary road 565 and continuing directly west 
to secondary road 886; thence southerly along secondary road 886 to 
secondary road 565; thence westerly on secondary road 565" and 
substituting "township line 25-4; thence westerly along township 
line 25-4 to secondary road 886; thence southerly along secondary 
road 886 to township road 25-0; thence westerly along township road 
25-0".

23   Item 32 is amended by striking out "northwesterly" and 
substituting "westerly".

24   Item 34 is amended by striking out "secondary road 850; 
thence southerly along secondary road 850" and substituting "range 
road 18-5; thence southerly along range road 18-5".

25   Item 37 is amended by striking out "along highway 22 to 
highway 22X; thence northwesterly along highway 22X" and 
substituting "and westerly along highway 22".

26   Item 39 is amended by striking out "to the secondary" and 
substituting "to range line 3-4; thence north along range line 3-4 to 
secondary".

27   Item 43 is repealed and the following is substituted:
43	Rimbey Wildlife Management Unit (224)
	Commencing at the junction of highways 2A and 12 near 
Lacombe; thence westerly along highway 12 to secondary road 
766; thence northerly along secondary road 766 to its 
intersection with highway 53; thence easterly along highway 
53 to highway 20A; thence northerly along highway 20A to 
where it joins highway 20; thence continuing north along 
highway 20 to the northern boundary of township 46; thence 
easterly along the northern boundary of township 46 to the 
southwestern shore of Pigeon Lake; thence southeasterly and 
easterly along the southwestern and southern shoreline of 
Pigeon Lake to the point of its closest intersection with 6th 
Street in the summer village of Ma-Me-O Beach; thence 
southeasterly along this street to highway 13A; thence 
northeasterly and southeasterly to highway 13; thence easterly 
along highway 13 to highway 2A; thence southerly along 
highway 2A until it joins highway 2; thence southerly along 
highway 2 until it joins highway 2A; thence southerly along 
highway 2A to the point of commencement.

28   Item 45 is amended by striking out "the main road past 
Rosalind; thence westerly along the main road past Rosalind to 
secondary road 609; thence westerly along secondary road 609 to 
secondary road 850; thence southerly along secondary road 850" and 
substituting "township road 44-2; thence westerly along township 
road 44-2 past Rosalind to secondary road 609; thence continuing 
westerly along secondary road 609 to range road 18-4; thence 
southerly along range road 18-4 to the northern boundary of township 
42; thence continuing southerly along range road 18-5".
29   Item 46 is amended by striking out "secondary road 850; 
thence northerly along secondary road 850 to secondary road 609; 
thence easterly along secondary road 609 and continuing easterly along 
the main road past Rosalind" and substituting "range road 18-5; 
thence northerly along range road 18-5 to the northern boundary of 
township 42; thence continuing northerly along range road 18-4 to 
secondary road 609; thence easterly along secondary road 609 to 
township road 44-2; thence continuing easterly along township road 
44-2".

30   Item 53 is amended by striking out "northerly along 50th 
Street to secondary highway 623; thence easterly along secondary road 
623 to its junction with a road on the east side of section 26, township 
49, range 23, west of the fourth meridian; thence northerly along this 
road along the eastern boundary of sections 26 and 35, township 49, 
range 23, west of the fourth meridian and sections 2 and 11, township 
50, range 23, west of the fourth meridian" and substituting 
"continuing northerly along 50th Street to secondary highway 623, 
also known as Rollyview Road; thence easterly along secondary road 
623 to range road 23-1; thence northerly on range road 23-1".

31   Item 54 is repealed and the following is substituted:
54	Wizard Lake Wildlife Management Unit (246)
	Commencing at the intersection of the fifth meridian and the 
right bank of the North Saskatchewan River; thence 
downstream along the right bank of the North Saskatchewan 
River to highway 60; thence southerly along highway 60 to 
highway 39; thence easterly along highway 39 to highway 2; 
thence southerly along highway 2 to highway 2A at Leduc; 
thence southerly along highway 2A to highway 13 west; thence 
westerly along highway 13 to highway 13A; thence 
northwesterly along highway 13A to 6th Street in the summer 
village of Ma-Me-O Beach; thence northerly along this street 
to the point of its closest intersection with the shoreline of 
Pigeon Lake; thence northerly along the eastern shoreline of 
Pigeon Lake to the fifth meridian; thence northerly along the 
fifth meridian to the point of commencement.

32   Item 55 is amended
	(a)	by striking out "across highway 16 to" and substituting 
"easterly along highway 16 to its overpass with";
	(b)	by striking out "sourtherly" wherever it occurs and 
substituting "southerly".
33   Item 56 is amended by striking out "easterly past secondary 
road 831" and substituting "continuing easterly along the northern 
boundary of township 61 to the west bank of the unnamed lake in the 
northeast quarter of section 35, township 61, range 19, west of the 
fourth meridian; thence southerly along the west bank of that unnamed 
lake".

34   Item 63 is amended by striking out "12-5-2-W5" and 
substituting "12-5-3-W5".

35   Item 63.1 is amended 
	(a)	by striking out "Nova gas pipeline right of way" 
wherever it occurs and substituting "TransCanada 
pipeline right-of-way";
	(b)	by striking out "east Hillcrest" and substituting 
"Passburg";
	(c)	by striking out "crosses the east" and substituting 
"crosses the west";
	(d)	by striking out "Phillips Lake; thence east along the north 
boundary of section 7-8-5-W5" and substituting "the 
northern boundary of the northeast quarter of section 
7-8-5-W5; thence easterly";
	(e)	by striking out "crest of the Livingstone Range; thence 
southerly along the crest of the Livingstone Range to the 
north boundary of the Nova gas pipeline right of way in the 
southwest quarter of section 4-8-3-W5; thence southerly and 
westerly along the north boundary of the Nova gas" and 
substituting "height of land of the Livingstone Range; 
thence southerly along the height of land of the Livingstone 
Range to the north boundary of the TransCanada pipeline 
right-of-way in the southwest quarter of section 4-8-3-W5; 
thence southerly and westerly along the north boundary of 
the TransCanada".

36   Item 64 is amended by striking out "Johnson Creek Road; 
thence easterly along the Johnson Creek Road through Muirhead" and 
substituting "Williams Coulee road at the north boundary of section 
9, township 16, range 2 west of the fifth meridian; thence easterly 
along the Williams Coulee road".

37   Item 66 is amended
	(a)	by striking out "Nova gas pipeline right of way" 
wherever it occurs and substituting "TransCanada 
pipeline right-of-way";
	(b)	by striking out "crest" wherever it occurs and 
substituting "height of land".

38   Item 68 is amended by striking out "and continuing 
westerly along the main road through Muirhead to highway 22; thence 
southerly along highway 22 to the road locally known as the Johnson 
Creek road; thence southwesterly along the Johnson Creek road" and 
substituting "to the road locally known as the Williams Coulee road 
at the north boundary of section 11, township 16, range 29 west of the 
fourth meridian; thence continuing westerly along the Williams Coulee 
road to highway 22; thence southerly along highway 22 to secondary 
road 532; thence southwesterly along secondary road 532".

39   Item 69 is amended
	(a)	by striking out "on the north side of the Sarcee Indian 
Reserve No. 145";
	(b)	by striking out "highway 22X" and substituting 
"highway 22";
	(c)	by striking out "secondary road 22X to highway 22; 
thence southerly along".

40   Item 71 is amended
	(a)	by striking out "and westerly";
	(b)	by striking out "secondary road 734; thence" and 
substituting "highway 40; thence northwesterly along 
highway 40 to the junction of highway 40 and secondary 
road 734; thence continuing".

41   Item 73 is amended by striking out "secondary road 766 
near Dickson; thence southerly along secondary road 766" and 
substituting "range line 3-4, also known as secondary road 766, near 
Dickson; thence southerly along range line 3-4".

42   Item 75 is amended by striking out "southerly along the 
west side of range 6, west of the fifth meridian" and substituting 
"easterly along highway 54".
43   Item 76 is amended by striking out "591 and" and 
substituting "591; thence easterly along secondary road 591 to".

44   Item 77 is amended
	(a)	by striking out "highway 11A; thence southeasterly along 
highway 11A to its point of closest approach to the right 
bank of the North Saskatchewan River in the northeast 
quarter of section 5" and substituting "the west boundary 
of the southeast quarter of section 8";
	(b)	by adding "Brazeau Reservoir; thence northeasterly along 
the southeast bank of the Brazeau Reservoir to the" before 
"point of commencement".

45   Item 78 is repealed and the following is substituted:
78	O'Chiese Wildlife Management Unit (330)
	Commencing where highway 11 crosses the North 
Saskatchewan River north of Rocky Mountain House; thence 
upstream along the right bank of the North Saskatchewan River 
to the west boundary of the northeast quarter of section 8, 
township 40, range 9, west of the 5th meridian; thence directly 
north to highway 11; thence northwesterly along highway 11 to 
its junction with the road locally known as the 
Sunchild/O'Chiese Road; thence northerly along the 
Sunchild/O'Chiese Road to the right bank of the Brazeau River 
at the Brazeau Dam; thence downstream along the right bank 
of the Brazeau River to its confluence with the North 
Saskatchewan River; thence directly across the North 
Saskatchewan River to the nearest point on its right bank; 
thence downstream along the right bank of the North 
Saskatchewan River to its confluence with Wolf Creek; thence 
upstream along the right bank of Wolf Creek to highway 22; 
thence southerly along highway 22 to the southeast corner of 
section 16, township 41, range 7, west of the 5th meridian; 
thence westerly and northerly along the south and west 
boundaries of section 16, township 41, range 7, west of the 5th 
meridian to its northwest corner; thence westerly to the North 
Saskatchewan River; thence upstream along the right bank of 
the North Saskatchewan River to the point of commencement.

46   Item 79 is amended
	(a)	by striking out "northwest" and substituting "western";
	(b)	by striking out "Rose" wherever it occurs and 
substituting "Wolf";
	(c)	by adding "continuing" before "easterly along 
secondary";
	(d)	by striking out "to highway 53" and substituting "to 
highway 20A; thence continuing southerly along highway 
20A to highway 53".

47   Item 81 is amended by striking out "secondary road 635" 
and substituting "highway 37".

48   Item 82 is amended by striking out "the road locally known 
as the Brazeau Dam-Lodgepole road" and substituting "secondary 
road 620".

49   Item 84 is repealed and the following is substituted:
84	Elk River Wildlife Management Unit (339)
	Commencing at the Brazeau Dam; thence westerly and 
southerly along the southeast bank of the Brazeau Reservoir to 
the right bank of the Brazeau River; thence upstream along the 
right bank of the Brazeau River to secondary road 734; thence 
northwesterly along secondary road 734 to the right bank of the 
Pembina River; thence downstream along the right bank of the 
Pembina River to secondary road 753; thence southerly along 
secondary road 753 to secondary road 620; thence 
southwesterly along secondary road 620 to the point of 
commencement.

50   Item 85 is amended by striking out "940" wherever it 
occurs and substituting "734".

51   Item 86 is amended by striking out "haul road; thence 
northwesterly along the Hinton-Robb haul road" and substituting 
"Haul Road; thence northwesterly along the Hinton-Robb Haul Road 
to Switzer Drive in the town of Hinton; thence northeasterly along 
Switzer Drive".

52   Item 91 is amended by striking out "Peace Pipeline in 
section 2, township 63, range 7, west of the fifth meridian; thence 
southwesterly along the Peace Pipeline to the road locally known as 
the Judy Creek road near the southeast corner of section 20, township 
62, range 7, west of the fifth meridian; thence westerly along the Judy 
Creek road to its junction with a road near the northeast corner of 
section 16, township 62, range 8, west of the fifth meridian; thence 
southwesterly along this road to its junction with a road at the 
northeast corner of section 5" and substituting "TransCanada 
Pipeline in section 2, township 63, range 7, west of the fifth meridian; 
thence southwesterly along the TransCanada Pipeline to township road 
62-3; thence westerly along township road 62-3 to its junction with a 
road in the southeast quarter of section 21, township 62, range 8, west 
of the fifth meridian; thence southwesterly along this road to its 
junction with a road in the northwest quarter of section 4".

53   Item 92 is amended by striking out "Trans-Alta Utilities" 
wherever it occurs and substituting "ATCO Electric".

54   Item 95 is amended
	(a)	by striking out "highway 734" wherever it occurs and 
substituting "the Forestry Trunk Road";
	(b)	by striking out "plant" wherever it occurs;
	(c)	by striking out "Suncor" wherever it occurs and 
substituting "Simonette".

55   Item 96 is amended
	(a)	by striking out "Suncor" wherever it occurs and 
substituting "Simonette";
	(b)	by striking out "Alberta Power powerline in section 1, 
township 69, range 24, west of the fifth meridian; thence 
westerly along the Alberta Power powerline to the right bank 
of the Simonette River; thence downstream along the right 
bank of the Simonette River to secondary highway 734; 
thence southerly along secondary highway 734" and 
substituting "ATCO Electric powerline in section 35, 
township 68, range 24, west of the fifth meridian; thence 
westerly along the ATCO Electric powerline to the right 
bank of the Simonette River; thence downstream along the 
right bank of the Simonette River to the Forestry Trunk 
Road; thence southerly along the Forestry Trunk Road".

56   Items 97 and 98 are repealed and the following is 
substituted:
97	Redrock Creek Wildlife Management Unit (355)
	Commencing where the Grande Prairie-Grande Cache 
powerline intersects the right bank of the Kakwa River in 
section 8, township 61, range 6, west of the sixth meridian; 
thence northerly along the powerline to the Weyerhaeuser 
Long Lake Haul Road in the northeast quarter of section 21, 
township 62, range 6, west of the sixth meridian; thence 
northwesterly along the Weyerhaeuser Long Lake Haul Road 
to the right bank of the Cutbank River; thence upstream along 
the right bank of the Cutbank River to the right bank of the 
unnamed tributary in the southeast quarter of section 4, 
township 64, range 10, west of the sixth meridian; thence 
northwesterly along the right bank of the unnamed tributary to 
its intersection with the east boundary of township 64, range 
11, west of the sixth meridian; thence northerly along the east 
boundary of township 64, range 11, west of the sixth meridian 
to its intersection with the Weyerhaeuser Nose Mountain Haul 
Road in the northeast quarter of section 25, township 64, range 
11, west of the sixth meridian; thence westerly and southerly 
along the Weyerhaeuser Nose Mountain Haul Road to its 
intersection with the south boundary of township 64, range 11, 
west of the sixth meridian; thence westerly along the south 
boundary of township 64 to the right bank of Nose Creek; 
thence southerly along the right bank of Nose Creek to the 
right bank of Gunderson Creek; thence southwesterly along the 
right bank of Gunderson Creek to its intersection with an 
unnamed tributary in the southeast quarter of section 33, 
township 62, range 12, west of the sixth meridian; thence 
southwesterly along the unnamed tributary to the Torrens 
Forestry Lookout Tower Road locally known as Hat Mountain 
Road in the northwest quarter of section 21, township 62, range 
12, west of the sixth meridian; thence southeasterly along the 
Torrens Forestry Lookout Tower Road to the Torrens Forestry 
Lookout Tower site; thence southeasterly from the Torrens 
Forestry Lookout Tower across the height of land to the right 
bank of the Kakwa River at its confluence with Lynx Creek; 
thence easterly along the right bank of the Kakwa River to the 
point of commencement.
98	Cutbank Wildlife Management Unit (356)
	Commencing at the confluence of the Narraway and Wapiti 
Rivers; thence northeasterly along the right bank of the Wapiti 
River to its intersection with the 18th baseline; thence easterly 
along the 18th baseline to the Canadian National Railway 
railway line; thence northeasterly along the Canadian National 
Railway railway line to the right bank of the Wapiti River; 
thence downstream along the right bank of the Wapiti River to 
the right bank of the Smoky River; thence along the right bank 
of the Smoky River to the right bank of the Simonette River; 
thence easterly along the right bank of the Simonette River to 
the Forestry Trunk Road; thence southerly along the Forestry 
Trunk Road to its intersection with the 16th baseline; thence 
westerly along the 16th baseline to the right bank of Prairie 
Creek; thence northerly along the right bank of Prairie Creek to 
the right bank of the Kakwa River; thence southwesterly along 
the right bank of the Kakwa River to the Grande 
Prairie-Grande Cache powerline in section 8, township 61, 
range 6, west of the sixth meridian; thence northerly along the 
powerline to the Weyerhaeuser Long Lake Haul Road in the 
northeast quarter of section 21, township 62, range 6, west of 
the sixth meridian; thence northwesterly along the 
Weyerhaeuser Long Lake Haul Road to the right bank of the 
Cutbank River; thence upstream along the right bank of the 
Cutbank River to the right bank of the unnamed tributary in the 
southeast quarter of section 4, township 64, range 10, west of 
the sixth meridian; thence northwesterly along the right bank of 
the unnamed tributary to its intersection with the east boundary 
of township 64, range 11, west of the sixth meridian; thence 
northerly along the east boundary of township 64, range 11, 
west of the sixth meridian to its intersection with the 
Weyerhaeuser Nose Mountain Haul Road in the northeast 
quarter of section 25, township 64, range 11, west of the sixth 
meridian; thence westerly and southerly along the 
Weyerhaeuser Nose Mountain Haul Road to its intersection 
with the south boundary of township 64, range 11, west of the 
sixth meridian; thence westerly along the south boundary of 
township 64 to the right bank of Nose Creek; thence southerly 
along the right bank of Nose Creek to the right bank of 
Gunderson Creek; thence southwesterly along the right bank of 
Gunderson Creek to its intersection with an unnamed tributary 
in the southeast quarter of section 33, township 62, range 12, 
west of the sixth meridian; thence southwesterly along the 
unnamed tributary to the Torrens Forestry Lookout Tower 
Road locally known as Hat Mountain Road in the northwest 
quarter of section 21, township 62, range 12, west of the sixth 
meridian; thence northwesterly along the Torrens Forestry 
Lookout Tower Road to the road locally known as the Two 
Lakes Road; thence southwesterly along the Two Lakes Road 
to the right bank of Stetson Creek in township 62, range 12, 
west of the sixth meridian; thence southwesterly along the right 
bank of Stetson Creek to the right bank of the Torrens River; 
thence northwesterly along the right bank of the Torrens River 
to the right bank of the Narraway River; thence northerly along 
the right bank of the Narraway River to the point of 
commencement.
57   Item 102 is amended by adding "49; thence northerly along 
highway 49 to highway" after "43 to highway".

58   Item 103 is amended
	(a)	by striking out "4-8-4-W5" and substituting 
"5-8-4-W5";
	(b)	by striking out "7-7-4-W5" and substituting 
"7-7-3-W5".

59   Item 104 is amended by striking out ", known as the 
Wilkinson Summit, between the Oldman River drainage and the 
Highwood River drainage; thence northeasterly along this height of 
land to the Forestry Trunk Road; thence easterly along the Forestry 
Trunk Road" and substituting "between the Oldman River drainage 
and the Cataract Creek drainage known as Wilkinson Summit; thence 
northeasterly along this height of land to secondary road 940; thence 
easterly along secondary road 940".

60   Item 105 is amended by striking out "southwesterly along 
this height of land to the summit of Pasque Mountain; thence 
northerly" and substituting "southerly".

61   Item 106 is amended by adding "to its closest point with the 
height of land of the Highwood range; thence northerly along the 
height of land" before "to the summit".

62   Item 108 is amended
	(a)	by striking out "Kananaskis River; thence due" and 
substituting "the south end of Barrier Lake; thence";
	(b)	by striking out "Three Sisters Creek drainage and the West 
Wind Creek drainage" and substituting "Stewart Creek 
drainage and the West Wind Creek drainage known as Wind 
Ridge".

63   Item 109 is amended by striking out "secondary road 940" 
wherever it occurs and substituting "highway 40".

64   Item 110 is amended by striking out "734 to the height" 
and substituting "734 to highway 40; thence continuing southerly 
along highway 40 to the height".

65   Item 114 is amended
	(a)	by striking out "South Ram" wherever it occurs and 
substituting "Ram";
	(b)	by striking out "ranger Creek" and substituting "Ram 
River".

66   Item 115 is amended
	(a)	by striking out "South Ram" wherever it occurs and 
substituting "Ram";
	(b)	by adding "section 21," after "Park in".

67   Item 116 is repealed and the following is substituted:
116	Upper Saskatchewan Wildlife Management Unit (426)
	Commencing on the southeast shore of Abraham Lake, 
opposite the mouth of Allstones Creek; thence southerly along 
the shore of Abraham Lake to the right bank of the unnamed 
creek in the southeast quarter section of section 3, township 38, 
range 17, west of the fifth meridian; thence upstream along the 
right bank of the unnamed creek to the height of land between 
the North Saskatchewan River drainage and the North Ram 
River drainage; thence southerly along this height of land to 
the height of land between the Siffleur River drainage and the 
Whiterabbit Creek drainage in township 34, range 16, west of 
the fifth meridian; thence northerly and westerly along this 
height of land to the eastern boundary of Banff National Park; 
thence northwesterly along the eastern boundary of Banff 
National Park to the height of land between the Cline River 
drainage and the North Saskatchewan River drainage; thence 
easterly and northerly along this height of land to the 
confluence of Coral Creek and the Cline River; thence 
northerly across the Cline River to the height of land between 
the Coral Creek drainage and the Whitegoat Creek drainage 
also known as Cline Creek drainage; thence northwesterly 
along this height of land to the height of land between the 
North Saskatchewan River drainage and the Bighorn River 
drainage; thence easterly along this height of land to the source 
of Allstones Creek; thence downstream along the right bank of 
Allstones Creek to its mouth; thence directly across Abraham 
Lake to the point of commencement.

68   Item 117 is amended by striking out "South Ram" 
wherever it occurs and substituting "Ram".

69   Item 118 is amended by striking out "its confluence with 
the South Ram River; thence upstream along the right bank of the 
South Ram River to".

70   Item 119 is amended
	(a)	by striking out "drainage west of Crooked Creek, the 
mouth of which is on the easterly shore of Lake Abraham 
opposite Windy Point" and substituting "in the southeast 
quarter of section 3, township 38, range 17, west of the fifth 
meridian";
	(b)	elsewhere by striking out "Lake Abraham" wherever it 
occurs and substituting "Abraham Lake".

71   Item 123 is amended by striking out "to the right bank of 
the Cardinal River; thence upstream along the right bank of the 
Cardinal River to the second crossing of the main road to" and 
substituting "across the Brazeau River to the right bank of the 
Cardinal River; thence upstream along the right bank of the Cardinal 
River to the main road from".

72  Item 124 is amended by striking out "locally known as the 
Hinton-Robb haul road at Hinton; thence southeasterly along the 
Hinton-Robb haul road" and substituting "known as Switzer Drive 
in the town of Hinton; thence southwesterly along Switzer Drive to the 
road locally known as the Hinton-Robb Haul Road at Hinton; thence 
southeasterly along the Hinton-Robb Haul Road".

73   Item 125 is amended by adding "Rock Lake in section 6, 
township 52, range 2, west of the sixth meridian; thence northeasterly 
along the eastern bank of Rock Lake to the right bank of Rock Creek 
in section 5, township 52, range 2, west of the sixth meridian; thence 
downstream along the right bank of Rock Creek to" after "Rock 
Creek to".

74   Item 126 is amended by striking out "the point" and 
substituting "Rock Lake in section 5, township 52, range 2, west of 
the sixth meridian; thence southwesterly along the eastern bank of 
Rock Lake to the right bank of Rock Creek in section 6, township 52, 
range 2, west of the sixth meridian; thence upstream along the right 
bank of Rock Creek to the point".

75   Item 132 is amended
	(a)	by adding "and southerly" before "along secondary road 
659";
	(b)	by striking out "meridian," and substituting 
"meridian;".

76   Item 133 is repealed and the following is substituted:
133	Cold Lake Wildlife Management Unit (501)
	Commencing at the southwest corner of the northwest quarter 
of section 25, township 64, range 7, west of the fourth 
meridian; thence easterly along the boundary of the Wolf Lake 
Provincial Grazing Reserve to the northwest corner of section 
19, township 64, range 5, west of the fourth meridian; thence 
easterly and northerly along the southern and eastern 
boundaries of section 30, township 64, range 5, west of the 
fourth meridian to the intersection with the 240MV ATCO 
Electric Ltd. powerline on the eastern boundary of the 
southeast quarter section of section 30, township 64, range 5, 
west of the fourth meridian; thence southerly and easterly 
along the powerline to the ATCO Electric Ltd. substation in 
section 15, township 64, range 3, west of the fourth meridian; 
thence southerly and easterly along the perimeter of the 
substation to its southeast corner; thence directly southeasterly 
to the intersection of the ESSO Limited road and the municipal 
road in section 15, township 64, range 3, west of the fourth 
meridian; thence northeasterly and easterly along the municipal 
road to secondary road 897, also known as the Primrose 
Highway; thence southerly along secondary road 897 to the 
northern boundary of section 13, township 64, range 3, west of 
the fourth meridian; thence easterly along this section line to 
the northwest corner of the Cold Lake Indian Reserve # 149B; 
thence continuing easterly along the north boundary of the 
Indian reserve to the shoreline of Cold Lake; thence northerly 
and easterly along the shoreline of Cold Lake to the 
Alberta-Saskatchewan border; thence southerly along the 
provincial border to the northern boundary of township 60; 
thence westerly along this township line to secondary road 659; 
thence northerly and westerly along secondary road 659 to 
secondary road 657; thence southerly and westerly along 
secondary road 657 to highway 28; thence northeasterly along 
highway 28 to highway 41; thence northerly along highway 41 
to highway 55; thence westerly along highway 55 to the right 
bank of Manatokan Creek; thence upstream along the right 
bank of Manatokan Creek to Manatokan Lake; thence westerly, 
northerly and easterly along the shoreline of Manatokan Lake 
to the municipal boat launch on the road allowance west of the 
southeast corner of section 26, township 63, range 7, west of 
the fourth meridian; thence directly east to range line 7-1; 
thence north along range line 7-1 to the point of 
commencement.

77   Item 134 is amended by striking out "the 240 MV Alberta 
Power powerline in section 6, township 64, range 9, west of the fourth 
meridian; thence easterly and northerly along the powerline to the west 
boundary of Wolf Lake Provincial Grazing Reserve at the southwest 
corner of section 3, township 65, range 7, west of the fourth meridian; 
thence easterly and southerly along the grazing reserve boundary to the 
municipal road in section 25, township 64, range 7, west of the fourth 
meridian; thence southerly along the municipal road" and 
substituting "a powerline in section 1, township 64, range 10, west 
of the fourth meridian; thence easterly and northerly along the 
powerline to the west boundary of section 36, township 64, range 7, 
west of the fourth meridian; thence southerly and easterly along the 
western and southern boundaries of the northwest quarter of section 
36, township 64, range 7, west of the fourth meridian to the northeast 
corner of the southwest quarter of section 36, township 64, range 7, 
west of the fourth meridian; thence southerly and westerly along the 
eastern and southern boundaries of the southwest quarter of section 36, 
township 64, range 7, west of the fourth meridian to the range road 
7-1; thence southerly along range road 7-1 to the southeast corner of 
section 26, township 63, range 7, west of the fourth meridian; thence 
directly west".

78   Item 135 is amended
	(a)	by striking out "the La Biche River and the range line 
between ranges 17 and 18, township 70, west of the fourth 
meridian; thence northerly along the range line to the 
northwest corner of township 72, range 17, west of the fourth 
meridian; thence easterly along the township line to the 
northeast corner of township 72, range 16, west of the fourth 
meridian; thence southerly along the range line to its 
intersection with the Albersun (Suncor) pipeline right of way 
in section 19, township 70, range 15, west of the fourth 
meridian; thence southeasterly along the Albersun (Suncor) 
pipeline to the gas plant in the northwest quarter of section 
28, township 68, range 13, west of the fourth meridian; 
thence easterly along secondary road 858 to secondary road 
881; thence southerly along secondary road 881 to the 
municipal road between sections 23 and 14, township 68, 
range 13, west of the fourth meridian; thence easterly along 
the municipal road to the Canadian National Railway railway 
line at Tweedie; thence southerly along the railway to 
secondary road 881; thence southerly along secondary road 
881; thence southerly along secondary road 868 to the Shaw 
Lake Provincial Campground road in section 18, township 
67, range 12, west of the fourth meridian; thence easterly 
along the Campground road" and substituting "highway 
63 and the Al-Pac Haul Road, also known as the K-Road, at 
the northeast quarter of section 3, township 69, range 17, 
west of the fourth meridian; thence northeasterly along the 
Al-Pac Haul Road to its intersection with secondary road 881 
in section 6, township 70, range 11, west of the fourth 
meridian; thence southerly along secondary road 881 to 
township road 67-2; thence easterly along township road 
67-2";
	(b)	by striking out "right bank of the La Biche River; thence 
northerly and westerly along the right bank of the La Biche 
River to the".

79   Item 136 is amended by striking out "its interception with 
the municipal road between townships 61 and 62, west of the fourth 
meridian; thence westerly along the municipal road" and 
substituting "the unnamed lake in the northeast quarter of section 
35, township 61, range 19, west of the fourth meridian; thence 
northerly along the west bank of the unnamed lake to the township line 
62-0; thence westerly along the township line to secondary road 661; 
thence continuing westerly along secondary road 661".

80   Item 139 is amended
	(a)	by striking out "McLeod River at Whitecourt; thence 
downstream along the right bank of the McLeod River to the 
right bank of the Athabasca River" and substituting 
"Athabasca River at Whitecourt";
	(b)	by striking out "the road locally known as the Judy Creek 
road near the northeast corner of section 16; thence easterly 
along the Judy Creek road" and substituting "township 
road 62-3, locally known as the Judy Creek road; thence 
easterly along township road 62-3".

81   Item 140 is amended by striking out "secondary road 635" 
wherever it occurs and substituting "highway 37".

82   Item 141 is amended by striking out "55 to the" and 
substituting "55 to highway 2 in the town of Athabasca; thence 
directly north to the".

83   Item 143 is amended
	(a)	by striking out "northwesterly along secondary" and 
substituting "northeasterly along secondary";
	(b)	by striking out "Village of Sandy Lake; thence 
southeasterly along secondary highway 813 to the southeast 
shoreline of Calling Lake in section 32, township 71, range 
21, west of the fourth meridian" and substituting "Hamlet 
of Sandy Lake; thence southeasterly along secondary 
highway 813 to Calling River in section 32, township 71, 
range 21, west of the fourth meridian; thence upstream along 
Calling River to the southeast shoreline of Calling Lake".

84   Item 144 is amended
	(a)	by striking out "right of way" and substituting 
"right-of-way";
	(b)	by striking out "the northwest corner of township 72, 
range 17, west of the fourth meridian; thence southerly along 
the range line to the right bank of the La Biche River; thence 
westerly along the right bank of the La Biche River to the 
right bank of the Athabasca River; thence downstream" and 
substituting "highway 63; thence southerly along highway 
63 to its intersection with the La Biche River; thence 
northerly along the right bank of the La Biche River to the 
right bank of the Athabasca River; thence northerly".

85   Item 145 is amended by striking out the words from 
"and extending along" inclusive to the end of the Item and 
substituting "; thence continuing westerly along the northern 
boundary of section 13, township 64, range 3, west of the fourth 
meridian, to secondary road 897, also known as the Primrose 
Highway; thence northerly along this highway for approximately 0.1 
miles to a municipal road; thence westerly and southwesterly along the 
municipal road to its intersection with the ESSO Limited road in 
section 15, township 64, range 3, west of the fourth meridian; thence 
directly northwesterly to the southeast corner of the ATCO Electric 
Ltd. substation in section 15, township 64, range 3, west of the fourth 
meridian; thence westerly and northerly along the perimeter of the 
substation to the 240MV ATCO Electric Ltd. powerline; thence 
westerly and northerly along the powerline to the eastern boundary of 
the Wolf Lake Grazing Reserve; thence southerly and westerly along 
the eastern and southern boundaries of section 30, township 64, range 
5, west of the fourth meridian to the northwest corner of section 19, 
township 64, range 5, west of the fourth meridian; thence westerly 
along the boundary of the Wolf Lake Grazing Reserve to the northern 
boundary of township 64; thence continuing westerly along the 
northern boundary of township 64 to its intersection with the 240MV 
ATCO Electric Ltd. powerline; thence continuing southwesterly along 
the powerline to its intersection with the township line between 
townships 63 and 64, west of the fourth meridian; thence westerly 
along the township line to its intersection with the municipal road 
directly north of Helina; thence northerly along the municipal road to 
the section line between sections 19 and 20, township 64, range 10, 
west of the fourth meridian; thence northerly along the section line to 
the south boundary of Lakeland Provincial Recreation Area at the 
southwest corner of section 32, township 64, range 10, west of the 
fourth meridian; thence easterly and northerly following the most 
easterly boundary of Lakeland Provincial Recreation Area to the point 
of commencement.".

86   Item 146 is amended
	(a)	by striking out "the northeast corner of township 72, range 
16, west of the fourth meridian" and substituting 
"highway 63";
	(b)	by striking out the words from "Shaw Lake" inclusive 
to the end of the Item and substituting "township road 
67-2; thence westerly along township road 67-2 to secondary 
road 881; thence northerly along secondary road 881 to the 
Al-Pac Haul Road, also known as the K-Road, at the 
northwest quarter of section 6, township 70, range 11, west 
of the fourth meridian; thence westerly along the Al-Pac 
Haul Road to highway 63; thence northerly along highway 
63 to the point of commencement.".

87   Item 147 is amended by striking out "Village" and 
substituting "Hamlet".

88   Items 151 and 152 are repealed and the following is 
substituted:
151	Cadotte Lakes-Otter Lakes Wildlife Management Unit (520)
	Commencing at the intersection of the ATCO Electric Ltd. 
transmission line designated as 7L11 with the road locally 
known as the Seal Lake Road at the south boundary of section 
18, township 82, range 18, west of the fifth meridian; thence 
easterly along the Seal Lake Road to its intersection with the 
road locally known as the Unical Road in the southeast quarter 
of section 11, township 83, range 14, west of the fifth 
meridian; thence southeasterly along the Unical Road to its 
intersection with secondary road 750; thence northeasterly 
along secondary road 750 to highway 88; thence northerly 
along highway 88 to its intersection with the 24th baseline; 
thence westerly along the 24th baseline to the right bank of the 
Peace River; thence southerly along the right bank of the Peace 
River to its intersection with the north boundary of township 
86, range 20, west of the fifth meridian; thence easterly along 
the north boundary of township 86 to its intersection with the 
right bank of the Cadotte River; thence easterly along the right 
bank of the Cadotte River to its intersection in section 12, 
township 87, range 18, west of the fifth meridian with the Shell 
Products Pipeline; thence southerly along the Shell Products 
Pipeline to the Shell Canada Peace River Complex in section 
21, township 85, range 18, west of the fifth meridian; thence 
northwesterly along the Shell Canada pipeline to its 
intersection with the road in the northwest quarter of section 
20, township 85, range 18, west of the fifth meridian; thence 
southerly along this road to its intersection with the ATCO 
Electric powerline; thence southerly and southwesterly along 
the ATCO Electric transmission line to the ATCO Electric 
substation in the southwest quarter of section 17, township 84, 
range 19, west of the fifth meridian; thence southeasterly along 
the ATCO Electric transmission line 7L11 to the point of 
commencement.
152	Puskwaskau Wildlife Management Unit (521)
	Commencing where highway 43 intersects the right bank of the 
Smoky River; thence northerly along the right bank of the 
Smoky River to the right bank of the Little Smoky River; 
thence southeasterly along the right bank of the Little Smoky 
River to highway 49; thence southerly along highway 49 to its 
junction with highway 43; thence continuing southerly along 
highway 43 to its junction in the southwest quarter of section 2, 
township 67, range 22 west of the fifth meridian, with the road 
locally known as the Simonette Road; thence southwesterly 
along the Simonette Road to its intersection with the west 
boundary of range 23, west of the fifth meridian; thence 
northerly along the west boundary of range 23, west of the fifth 
meridian to the southern shoreline of Grassy Lake; thence 
easterly, northerly and northwesterly along the shoreline of 
Grassy Lake to the right bank of the unnamed creek in the 
southwest quarter of section 25, township 67, range 24, west of 
the fifth meridian; thence northerly along the right bank of the 
unnamed creek to the shoreline of Long Lake; thence 
northeasterly, northwesterly and northerly along the shoreline 
of Long Lake to the right bank of Goose Creek; thence 
northerly along the right bank of Goose Creek to the ATCO 
Electric powerline in section 35, township 68, range 24, west 
of the fifth meridian; thence westerly along the ATCO Electric 
powerline to the right bank of the Simonette River; thence 
downstream along the right bank of the Simonette River to the 
right bank of the Smoky River; thence northerly along the right 
bank of the Smoky River to the point of commencement.

89   Items 154, 155, 156 and 157 are repealed and the 
following is substituted:
154	Kimiwan-Winagami Lakes Wildlife Management Unit (523)
	Commencing at the intersection of the right bank of the Peace 
River and the north boundary of township 86, range 20, west of 
the fifth meridian; thence southwesterly along the right bank of 
the Peace River to the right bank of the Smoky River; thence 
southwesterly along the right bank of the Smoky River to the 
right bank of the Little Smoky River; thence southeasterly 
along the right bank of the Little Smoky River to highway 49; 
thence northeasterly along highway 49 to highway 2A; thence 
easterly along highway 2A to highway 2; thence easterly along 
highway 2 to the boundary of the Sucker Creek Indian Reserve 
150A in section 16, township 74, range 15, west of the fifth 
meridian; thence southerly and easterly along the boundary of 
the Sucker Creek Indian Reserve 150A to the shoreline of 
Lesser Slave Lake; thence northerly along the shoreline of 
Lesser Slave Lake to the right bank of the Grouard Channel in 
section 16, township 75, range 14, west of the fifth meridian; 
thence northwesterly along the right bank of the Grouard 
Channel to secondary highway 750; thence northeasterly along 
secondary highway 750 to its intersection with the north 
boundary of township 77, range 13, west of the fifth meridian; 
thence westerly along the north boundary of township 77 to the 
northwest corner of township 77, range 15, west of the fifth 
meridian; thence north along the west boundary of township 
78, range 15, west of the fifth meridian to the northwest corner 
of section 6, township 78, range 15, west of the fifth meridian; 
thence westerly along township line 78-1 to the northeast 
shoreline of the South Heart Reservoir; thence northwesterly, 
westerly and southwesterly along the shoreline of South Heart 
Reservoir to its intersection with the south boundary of 
township 78, range 17, west of the fifth meridian; thence 
westerly along the south boundary of township 78 to its 
intersection in section 1, township 78, range 19, west of the 
fifth meridian with the ATCO Electric transmission line 
designated as 7L11; thence northerly along the ATCO Electric 
transmission line 7L11 to the ATCO Electric substation in the 
southwest quarter of section 17, township 84, range 19, west of 
the fifth meridian; thence northeasterly along the ATCO 
Electric transmission line to its intersection with a road in the 
Shell Canada Peace River Complex in the northwest quarter of 
section 20, township 85, range 18, west of the fifth meridian; 
thence northerly along this road to its intersection with the 
Shell Canada Pipeline; thence southeasterly to its intersection 
with the Shell Products Pipeline in the northwest quarter of 
section 21, township 85, range 18, west of the fifth meridian; 
thence northerly along the Shell Products Pipeline to the right 
bank of the Cadotte River in section 12, township 87, range 18, 
west of the fifth meridian; thence westerly along the right bank 
of the Cadotte River to its intersection with the north boundary 
of township 86, range 19, west of the fifth meridian; thence 
westerly along the north boundary of township 86 to the point 
of commencement.
155	Chinchaga River Wildlife Management Unit (524)
	Commencing where the 27th baseline intersects the 
Alberta-British Columbia boundary; thence easterly along the 
27th baseline to its intersection in township 104, range 3, west 
of the sixth meridian with the Nova Peace River Mainline; 
thence southeasterly along the Nova Peace River Mainline to 
the right bank of the Notikewin River; thence westerly along 
the right bank of the Notikewin River to its confluence with 
Square Creek; thence southwesterly along the right bank of 
Square Creek to its intersection with the north boundary of 
section 12, township 91, range 10, west of the sixth meridian; 
thence westerly along the north boundaries of section 12 and 
section 11, township 91, range 10, west of the sixth meridian 
for approximately 0.32 miles to an unnamed tributary of the 
Doig River; thence southwesterly along the unnamed tributary 
to its intersection with the Doig River in the northwest quarter 
of section 11, township 91, range 10, west of the sixth 
meridian; thence westerly along the right bank of the Doig 
River to its intersection with the Alberta-British Columbia 
boundary; thence northerly along the Alberta-British Columbia 
boundary to the point of commencement.
156	Clear Hills Wildlife Management Unit (525)
	Commencing where the right bank of the Doig River intersects 
the Alberta-British Columbia boundary; thence southerly along 
the Alberta-British Columbia boundary to its intersection with 
highway 64; thence southeasterly along highway 64 to its 
intersection with the Clear Prairie-Boundary Lake Road in 
section 28, township 84, range 13, west of the sixth meridian; 
thence northeasterly and easterly along the Clear 
Prairie-Boundary Lake road to the southeast corner of section 
28, township 87, range 10, west of the sixth meridian; thence 
northerly along the east boundary of sections 28 and 33, 
township 87, range 10, west of the sixth meridian to its 
intersection with the road locally known as the Canfor West 
Road at the north boundary of township 87; thence easterly and 
southeasterly along the Canfor West Road to the north 
boundary of township 85, range 4, west of the sixth meridian; 
thence easterly along the north boundary of township 85 to the 
Nova Peace River Mainline at the north boundary of section 
36, township 85, range 26, west of the fifth meridian; thence 
northwesterly along the Nova Peace River Mainline to the right 
bank of the Notikewin River; thence westerly along the right 
bank of the Notikewin River to its confluence with Square 
Creek; thence southwesterly along the right bank of Square 
Creek to its intersection with the north boundary of section 12, 
township 91, range 10, west of the sixth meridian; thence 
westerly along the north boundaries of section 12 and section 
11, township 91, range 10, west of the sixth meridian for 
approximately 0.32 miles to an unnamed tributary of the Doig 
River; thence southwesterly along the unnamed tributary to its 
intersection with the Doig River in the northwest quarter of 
section 11, township 91, range 10, west of the sixth meridian; 
thence westerly along the right bank of the Doig River to the 
point of commencement.
157	Upper Peace River Wildlife Management Unit (526)
	Commencing where highway 64 intersects the Alberta-British 
Columbia boundary; thence southeasterly along highway 64 to 
its intersection with the Clear Prairie-Boundary Lake Road in 
section 28, township 84, range 13, west of the sixth meridian; 
thence northeasterly and easterly along the Clear 
Prairie-Boundary Lake road to the southeast corner of section 
28, township 87, range 10, west of the sixth meridian; thence 
northerly along the east boundary of sections 28 and 33, 
township 87, range 10, west of the sixth meridian to its 
intersection at the north boundary of township 87 with the road 
locally known as the Canfor West Road; thence easterly and 
southeasterly along the Canfor West Road to the north 
boundary of township 85, range 4, west of the sixth meridian; 
thence easterly along the north boundary of township 85 to the 
Nova Peace River Mainline at the north boundary of section 
36, township 85, range 26, west of the fifth meridian; thence 
northwesterly along the Nova Peace River Mainline to the right 
bank of the Whitemud River; thence easterly along the right 
bank of the Whitemud River to highway 35; thence southerly 
along highway 35 to highway 2; thence southerly along 
highway 2 to secondary highway 684; thence southeasterly 
along secondary highway 684 to secondary highway 740, 
locally known as the Shaftsbury Ferry Road; thence 
southwesterly along secondary highway 740 to the right bank 
of the Peace River; thence westerly along the right bank of the 
Peace River to its intersection with the Alberta-British 
Columbia boundary; thence northerly along the Alberta-British 
Columbia boundary to the point of commencement.

90   Item 158 is amended by striking out "Pipeline known as the 
Peace River Mainline; thence southeasterly along the Nova Pipeline" 
and substituting "Peace River Mainline; thence southeasterly along 
the Nova Peace River Mainline".

91   Item 159 is amended by striking out "range 14" and 
substituting "range 15".

92   Item 161 is amended by striking out "the mouth of Riviere 
des Rochers on the north shore of Lake Athabasca; thence 
northeasterly along the north shore" and substituting "township line 
112-1; thence east along township line 112-1 to its intersection with 
Lake Athabasca; thence northeasterly along the northwestern 
shoreline".

93   Item 163 is amended by striking out the words from 
"along the northern shoreline" inclusive to the end of the Item 
and substituting "along the northwestern shoreline of Lake 
Athabasca to township line 112-1; thence west along township line 
112-1 to the boundary of Wood Buffalo National Park; thence 
northerly along the eastern boundary of Wood Buffalo National Park 
to the point of commencement.".

94   Item 167 is amended
	(a)	by striking out "pipeline known as the";
	(b)	by striking out "Pipeline" and substituting "Peace 
River Mainline".

95   Item 170 is amended by striking out "shoreline of the North 
Wabasca Lake; thence northerly along the" and substituting 
"eastern shoreline of North Wabasca Lake; thence northerly along the 
eastern".

96   Item 171 is amended
	(a)	by striking out "range 16" and substituting "range 17";
	(b)	by striking out "it intersection" and substituting "its 
intersection";
	(c)	by striking out "Alberta Power" wherever it occurs 
and substituting "ATCO Electric";
	(d)	by striking out "north boundary of section 7" and 
substituting "south boundary of section 18".

97   Part 4 of Schedule 11 is amended by adding the 
following after Item 12:
13   All areas within legal subdivisions 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15 
of section 35, township 68, range 15, west of the fourth meridian 
and legal subdivisions 9 and 16 of section 34, township 68, range 
15, west of the fourth meridian.


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Alberta Regulation 84/2007
Forest and Prairie Protection Act
NON-PERMIT AREAS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 11, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Sustainable Resource Development 
(M.O. 12/07) on April 4, 2007 pursuant to section 42 of the Forest and Prairie 
Protection Act. 
1   The Non-permit Areas Regulation (AR 53/2000) is 
amended by this Regulation.
2   The Schedule is amended with respect to parcels or 
tracts of land west of the 5th meridian as follows:
	(a)	in the description of land composing Township 74, 
Range 21, by striking out "No. 34" wherever it 
occurs and substituting "No. 49";
	(b)	in the description of land composing Township 75, 
Range 21, by striking out "No. 2" and substituting 
"No. 2A";
	(c)	by striking out the description of land composing 
Township 67, Range 22 and substituting the 
following:
TOWNSHIP 67 RANGE 22 
Part of section 36 lying generally north of the right bank of 
the Little Smoky River
	(d)	by striking out the description of land composing 
Township 71, Range 25 and substituting the 
following:
TOWNSHIP 71 RANGE 25 
The north half of sections 7 and 8 
Parts of sections 8, 17, 18 and 19 and the northwest part of 
section 9 lying generally west of Highway No. 43
	(e)	by striking out the description of land composing 
Township 71, Range 26 and substituting the 
following:
TOWNSHIP 71 RANGE 26 
Sections 13 to 17 inclusive, sections 19 to 23 inclusive and 
sections 27 to 32 inclusive 
The north half of sections 9 to 12 inclusive 
Parts of sections 24, 25, 26, 33, 34 and 35 lying generally 
west of Highway No. 43

3   The Schedule is amended with respect to parcels or 
tracts of land west of the 6th meridian as follows:
	(a)	by adding the following after the description of land 
composing Township 73, Range 2:
TOWNSHIP 75 RANGE 2 
Section 36 lying generally north of the left bank of the 
Smoky River
	(b)	by striking out the description of land composing 
Township 79, Range 4 and substituting the 
following:
TOWNSHIP 79 RANGE 4 
Sections 1 to 34 inclusive
	(c)	by striking out the description of land composing 
Township 83, Range 4 and substituting the 
following:
TOWNSHIP 83 RANGE 4 
Parts of the above township, excluding section 22, lying 
generally west of Highway No. 64
	(d)	by striking out "The whole of TOWNSHIPS 83 and 84 
RANGE 5" and substituting the following:
The whole of TOWNSHIP 83 RANGE 5
The whole of TOWNSHIP 84 RANGE 5 
Lying south of the right bank of the Montagneuse River
	(e)	by striking out the description of land composing 
Township 77, Range 6 and substituting the 
following:
The whole of TOWNSHIP 77 RANGE 6
	(f)	by striking out the description of land composing 
Township 78, Range 6 and substituting the 
following:
The whole of TOWNSHIP 78 RANGE 6
	(g)	by adding the following after the description of land 
composing Township 84, Range 6:
TOWNSHIP 85 RANGE 6 
Parts of section 1 lying south of the right bank of the 
Montagneuse River
	(h)	in the description of land composing Township 82, 
Range 12, by striking out "30 to 32" and substituting 
"29 to 33".



Alberta Regulation 85/2007
Amusements Act
REGULATIONS UNDER THE AMUSEMENTS ACT 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 11, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 170/2007) 
on April 11, 2007 pursuant to section 25 of the Amusements Act. 
1   The Regulations under the Amusements Act (AR 72/57) 
is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 25 is amended by striking out "2008" and 
substituting "2009".


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Alberta Regulation 86/2007
Electric Utilities Act
TRANSMISSION REGULATION
Filed: April 11, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 173/2007) 
on April 11, 2007 pursuant to section 142 of the Electric Utilities Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Interpretation
Part 1 
ISO's Consultation Obligations  
and Additional Duties
	2	Consultation with market participants generally
	3	Consultation with market participants on particular matters
	4	Consultation on dispute resolution processes
	5	Standards and standards committees
	6	ISO business practices and performance targets
	7	Rules for standards, practices, policy, procedures,  
criteria and processes
Part 2 
Transmission System Planning
	8	Transmission planning - forecasting need
	9	Long term planning - 20-year plan
	10	Long term planning - 10-year plan
	11	Needs identification document
	12	Abbreviated needs identification approval process
	13	Delegation of responsibility
	14	Assistance to the ISO
Part 3 
Transmission System Criteria  
and Reliability Standards
	15	Matters taken into account
	16	Restoring interties existing on August 12, 2004 
to their path rating
	17	Managing transmission constraints
	18	Generating unit emergency operating requirements
	19	Reliability standards
	20	Recognition of Electric Reliability Organization
	21	Reliability standards adoption, publication and modification
	22	Alberta autonomy
	23	Compliance monitoring and reporting
Part 4 
Transmission Facility Projects
	24	General rules for constructing transmission facilities
	25	Transmission facility project cost reporting
	26	Competitive tenders by TFOs
	27	Intertie projects
Part 5 
Local Interconnection Costs and 
Transmission Contribution Costs
	28	Local interconnection costs
	29	Generating unit owner's contribution
	30	Non-application of sections 28 and 29
Part 6 
Transmission System Losses,  
Charges and Credits
	31	Transmission system loss factors
	32	Loss factors to be publicly available
	33	Adjustment of loss factors
	34	Recovery of transmission losses
	35	Determination of transmission loss factors until  
December 31, 2008
	36	Determination of transmission loss factors on and  
after January 1, 2009
Part 7 
Board Responsibilities
	37	Application to Board for preparatory operations
	38	Applications to the Board under section 34(1) of Act
	39	Recovery of pre-construction costs
	40	Recovery of assistance costs
	41	Recovery of other secondary costs
	42	Additional criteria for the Board for TFO tariffs
	43	Decisions under section 34(1) of Act
	44	Board rules about transmission facilities
	45	Decisions under the Hydro and Electric Energy Act
	46	Prudence of activities and costs
	47	ISO tariff - transmission system considerations
	48	ISO tariff - approval of ISO's costs
Part 8 
Time Period Extension, Paramountcy, Recovery of 
Must-run Costs, Transition and Repeals
	49	Extension and effect of time periods
	50	Paramountcy
	51	Recovery of must-run costs
	52	Transition
	53	Repeal of AR 174/2004
	54	Repeal of this Regulation
Interpretation
1(1)  In this Regulation,
	(a)	"abnormal operating conditions" includes conditions where 
transmission facilities are out of service, emergency 
conditions exist, construction or commissioning of 
transmission facilities occurs or transmission facility 
maintenance cannot be coordinated with generating unit 
outages;
	(b)		"Act" means the Electric Utilities Act;
	(c)	"DFO" means the owner of an electric distribution system;
	(d)	"intertie" means a transmission facility, including its 
associated components, that links one or more electric 
systems outside Alberta to the interconnected electric system;
	(e)	"ISO" means the Independent System Operator as defined in 
the Act;
	(f)	"ISO members" means the members of the ISO appointed 
under section 8 of the Act;
	(g)	"ISO's own administrative costs" means
	(i)	the transmission-related costs and expenses of the ISO 
respecting the administration, operation and 
management of the ISO,
	(ii)	the transmission-related costs and expenses of the ISO 
respecting reliability standards and reliability 
management systems, and
	(iii)	the transmission-related costs and expenses required to 
be paid, or otherwise appropriately paid, by the ISO, 
except for the following:
	(A)	costs for the provision of ancillary services;
	(B)	costs of transmission line losses;
	(C)	amounts payable under TFO transmission tariffs;
	(h)	"long term transmission system outlook document" means 
the long term transmission system outlook document under 
section 9;
	(i)	"path rating" means the rating of capacity to transfer electric 
energy assigned to a transmission facility when it was placed 
in service and rated in accordance with reliability standards 
in effect at that time;
	(j)	"reliability standards" means the reliability standards under 
section 19;
	(k)	"TFO" means the owner of a transmission facility;
	(l)	"transmission system plan" means the transmission system 
plan under section 10.
(2)  In this Regulation, the following words and phrases have the 
meaning given to them by the Act:
	(a)	ancillary services;
	(b)	Board;
	(c)	customer;
	(d)	dispatch;
	(e)	electric distribution system;
	(f)	electric energy;
	(g)	electricity;
	(h)	generating unit;
	(i)	industrial system;
	(j)	interconnected electric system;
	(k)	ISO tariff;
	(l)	market;
	(m)	market participant;
	(n)	owner;
	(o)	person;
	(p)	rates;
	(q)	system access service;
	(r)	tariff;
	(s)	terms and conditions;
	(t)	transmission facility;
	(u)	transmission system.
Part 1 
ISO's Consultation Obligations  
and Additional Duties
Consultation with market participants generally
2(1)  Subject to subsection (2), if the ISO decides to engage in 
consultation with market participants, the ISO may do any of the 
following:
	(a)	give notice of the matters to be the subject of consultation;
	(b)	give notice of the purpose of the consultation;
	(c)	give notice of the nature of the consultation process, 
including 
	(i)	the manner of obtaining the views of market 
participants, 
	(ii)	the manner in which market participants will become 
aware or be made aware of the views expressed by other 
market participants, and 
	(iii)	describing what opportunity market participants will 
have to respond to the views expressed by other market 
participants;
	(d)	explain the manner in which the ISO will demonstrate that it 
has considered the views of market participants;
	(e)	prepare a document explaining the outcome of the 
consultation.
(2)  When this Regulation requires the ISO to consult with market 
participants, the ISO may have regard for subsection (1) but may 
consult with those market participants the ISO is required to consult 
with in any manner that the ISO considers appropriate.
Consultation with market participants on particular matters
3(1)  The ISO must consult with those market participants that the ISO 
considers are likely to be directly affected by
	(a)	the ISO's approval of an abbreviated needs identification 
under section 12, or
	(b)	the approval by ISO members of the ISO's own 
administrative costs, costs for provision of ancillary services 
or the costs of transmission line losses.
(2)  The ISO must, not later than one year after this Regulation comes 
into force, make rules or establish practices respecting the approval 
referred to in subsection (1)(b).
Consultation on dispute resolution processes
4(1)  The ISO must consult with those market participants that the ISO 
considers
	(a)	are likely to be directly affected by dispute resolution 
practices and procedures of the ISO, including the resolution 
of disputes arising under or in respect of ISO rules and 
standards, and 
	(b)	are persons who have a direct interest in the appointment of 
persons or entities to assist in the resolution of or to resolve 
disputes.
(2)  Nothing in this section or in the ISO rules affects the right of a 
person to make a complaint to the Board under section 25 of the Act.
(3)  The ISO must, not later than one year after this Regulation comes 
into force,
	(a)	complete the consultation required by subsection (1), and
	(b)	make rules respecting dispute resolution practices and 
procedures described in subsection (1).
Standards and standards committees
5(1)  The ISO may make standards, having common application, 
respecting either or both of the following:
	(a)	transmission facilities or interconnection to transmission 
facilities, or both, including
	(i)	maintenance standards and criteria,
	(ii)	performance standards, and
	(iii)	reliability standards,
		that apply with respect to a category or type of transmission 
facility;
	(b)	the operation and security of transmission facilities, including
	(i)	emergency and security standards and procedures,
	(ii)	reciprocal restoration agreements,
	(iii)	policies on sharing spares,
	(iv)	a common spares policy, and
	(v)	respecting issues of security and public safety.
(2)  The ISO must, in accordance with section 13 of the Act, establish 
one or more committees to advise the ISO in addressing the ISO's 
need for standards or rules respecting the matters referred to in 
subsection (1).
(3)  Every committee established under this section must include
	(a)	a representative of each TFO, and
	(b)	a representative of the Board if the Board nominates a 
representative to that committee.
(4)  If the ISO considers that a proposed standard or rule may be 
directly relevant to
	(a)	DFOs,
	(b)	owners of generating units,
	(c)	customers who are industrial systems, or
	(d)	persons who have made an arrangement under section 101(2) 
of the Act,
the ISO must include on the committee established under this section 
one or more representatives from the category of persons directly 
affected or must consult with those representatives in another manner 
the ISO considers appropriate.
(5)  The ISO must, not later than one year after this Regulation comes 
into force,
	(a)	complete the consultation for the purpose of establishing 
committees under this section, and
	(b)	establish one or more committees under this section.
ISO business practices and performance targets
6(1)  The ISO must establish and make available to the public
	(a)	practices for the efficient and effective processing and 
making decisions about system access service applications, 
and
	(b)	performance targets and timeframes with respect to 
processing and making decisions about system access service 
applications.
(2)  The ISO must periodically make available to the public reports on 
meeting the performance targets and timeframes established under 
subsection (1).
(3)  The ISO must establish the practices, performance targets and 
timeframes described in subsection (1) not later than one year after this 
Regulation comes into force.
Rules for standards, practices, policy, procedures, 
criteria and processes
7   The ISO may make rules respecting any standard, practice, policy, 
procedure, criteria or process referred to in this Regulation, or may 
adopt any standard, practice, policy, procedure, criteria or process as a 
rule.
Part 2 
Transmission System Planning
Transmission planning - forecasting need
8   In forecasting the needs of market participants under section 33 of 
the Act, the ISO 
	(a)	must anticipate future demand for electricity, generation 
capacity and appropriate reserves required to meet the 
forecast load so that transmission facilities can be planned to 
be available in a timely manner to accommodate the forecast 
load and new generation capacity,
	(b)	must make assumptions about future load growth, the timing 
and location of future generation additions and other related 
assumptions to support transmission system planning,
	(c)	must make an assessment of the transmission facilities 
required to provide for the efficient and reliable access to 
jurisdictions outside Alberta, and
	(d)	may, if the ISO considers it necessary to do so, make an 
assessment of the contribution of a proposed transmission 
facility to any of the following:
	(i)	improving transmission system reliability;
	(ii)	a robust competitive market;
	(iii)	improving transmission system efficiency; 
	(iv)	improving operational flexibility;
	(v)	maintaining options for long term development of the 
transmission system.
Long term planning - 20-year plan
9   As part of its duties under section 17 of the Act, the ISO must
	(a)	prepare and maintain a long term transmission system 
outlook document that projects, for at least the next 20 years,
	(i)	the forecast load on the interconnected electric system, 
including exports of electric energy,
	(ii)	the anticipated generation capacity, including 
appropriate reserves and imports of electric energy 
required to meet the forecast load,
	(iii)	the timing and location of future generation additions,
	(iv)	the transmission facilities required to meet the forecast 
load, imports and exports of electric energy and 
anticipated generation capacity, including appropriate 
reserves, in a timely and efficient way,
	(v)	the transmission facilities required to provide for the 
efficient and reliable access to jurisdictions outside 
Alberta, and
	(vi)	other matters related to the items described in 
subclauses (i) to (v) that the ISO considers appropriate,
	(b)	update the long term transmission system outlook document 
periodically as required, but at least every 4 years, and
	(c)	make the long term transmission system outlook document, 
and the updates made to it, available to the public, and file 
copies of them with the Board for information.
Long term planning - 10-year plan
10(1)  As part of its duties under section 17 of the Act, the ISO must
	(a)	prepare and maintain a transmission system plan in greater 
detail than the long term transmission system outlook 
document, that projects, for at least the next 10 years,
	(i)	the forecast load on the interconnected electric system, 
including exports of electric energy,
	(ii)	the anticipated generation capacity, including 
appropriate reserves and imports of electric energy 
required to meet the forecast load,
	(iii)	the timing and location of future generation additions,
	(iv)	the transmission facilities required to meet the forecast 
load, imports and exports of electric energy and 
anticipated generation capacity, including appropriate 
reserves, in a timely and efficient way,
	(v)	the transmission facilities required to provide for the 
efficient and reliable access to jurisdictions outside 
Alberta, and
	(vi)	other matters related to the items described in 
subclauses (i) to (v) that the ISO considers appropriate,
	(b)	update the transmission system plan periodically as required, 
but at least every 2 years, including updating the plan to 
restore the interties referred to in section 16, and
	(c)	make the transmission system plan, including the 
assumptions and supporting data on which the plan is based, 
and the updates made to the plan, available to the public, and 
file copies of them with the Board for information.
(2)  The transmission system plan must
	(a)	identify the transmission facility projects the ISO proposes to 
initiate by a needs identification document within 5 years of 
the date of the plan and within 5 years of each update of the 
plan, and
	(b)	provide an anticipated implementation schedule for each 
transmission facility project identified.
Needs identification document
11(1)  When the ISO prepares a needs identification document under 
section 34(1) of the Act, the ISO may
	(a)	rely on the forecasts referred to in the long term transmission 
system outlook document and the transmission system plan, 
and
	(b)	indicate how the needs identification document relates to the 
long term transmission system outlook document and the 
transmission system plan.
(2)  The ISO may include in a single needs identification document a 
description of the need for more than one transmission facility.
(3)  In addition to the requirements set out in section 34(1) of the Act, 
the needs identification document must describe the timing and nature 
of the need, constraint or condition affecting or that will affect the 
operation, efficiency and reliability of the transmission system, 
including the following:
	(a)	an assessment of current transmission system capability;
	(b)	the planning criteria used for the assessment of transmission 
system capability;
	(c)	a 10-year forecast of the load on the interconnected electric 
system;
	(d)	a 10-year forecast of generation capacity and appropriate 
reserves required to meet the forecast load;
	(e)	the studies and analysis performed in identifying the timing 
and nature of the need affecting or that will affect the 
identified constraint or condition;
	(f)	the options considered for alleviating the constraint or 
condition;
	(g)	the technical and economic comparison of the options 
considered, including the following:
	(i)	the impact on generation must-run requirements 
described in section 30(2)(a)(ii) of the Act;
	(ii)	how the options relate to the transmission system plan 
and the long term transmission system outlook 
document prepared by the ISO;
	(iii)	the evaluation of operational efficiency and reliability 
and the improvements provided by each option;
	(iv)	an evaluation of each option with respect to reliability 
standards and the planning criteria used for the 
assessment of transmission system capability;
	(v)	the proposed transmission substation and line 
configurations for each option;
	(vi)	the evaluation of factors respecting implementation of 
each option, including the timing and risks during 
construction;
	(vii)	environmental and other considerations;
	(h)	the ISO's recommendation of a preferred option, including
	(i)	the rationale for selecting the option, and
	(ii)	the implementation schedule for the option;
	(i)	if appropriate,
	(i)	a description of any operations preparatory to 
construction of a transmission facility, including 
engineering, purchase of materials, purchase of land or 
options to purchase land for future use or acquire a right 
or interest in land for future use as a right of way, as 
may be necessary, and
	(ii)	a description of the rationale, including the assumptions 
and supporting data on which the rationale is based, 
supporting the nature of the preparatory operations and 
estimating the cost of the operations referred to in 
subclause (i).
(4)  If the ISO's preferred option under subsection (3)(h) is to construct 
a transmission facility at a future date, the ISO must
	(a)	be reasonably certain that, in the future, a transmission 
facility is needed, and for the purpose of determining the 
certainty of the need, the ISO may specify milestones, 
including
	(i)	load growth,
	(ii)	generation addition,
	(iii)	commitments by the prospective owners of generating 
units to construct a unit,
	(iv)	the receipt of payment of local interconnection costs 
under Part 5,
	(v)	the issue of permits or approvals, or meeting other legal 
requirements, for the construction of a generating unit, 
and
	(vi)	any other indicators prescribed by the ISO determining 
the certainty of the need for the construction of a 
transmission facility,
		and
	(b)	identify the process by which the ISO will monitor and 
determine whether the milestones identified under clause (a) 
are met.
(5)  When the milestones described in accordance with subsection 
(4)(a) are met, in full or in part, the ISO may make a direction to a 
TFO under section 35(1)(a) of the Act.
(6)  Despite section 34(1) of the Act, a needs identification document 
is not required for maintenance upgrades, enhancements or other 
modifications to a transmission facility proposed by a TFO if the 
maintenance upgrade, enhancement or other modification improves the 
efficiency or operation of the transmission facility but does not 
materially affect transmission facility capacity.
Abbreviated needs identification approval process
12(1)  The ISO must make rules or establish practices for an 
abbreviated needs identification approval process for
	(a)	each system access service interconnection, and
	(b)	each transmission facility project
of a nature, size and cost determined by the ISO rules.
(2)  In making rules or establishing practices under subsection (1), the 
ISO
	(a)	must consult with the Board, 
	(b)	must comply with any Board directives or orders respecting 
an abbreviated needs identification approval process, and the 
nature, size and cost of an interconnection or project referred 
to in subsection (1), and
	(c)	may omit or modify any requirement of this Regulation 
respecting a needs identification document that, in the ISO's 
opinion, is not required for an abbreviated needs 
identification approval process.
(3)  The ISO and the Board must each periodically review the nature, 
size and cost provisions of the rules made under this section.
(4)  The ISO must, not later than one year after this Regulation comes 
into force,
	(a)	complete the consultation required by this section, and 
	(b)	make the rules or establish the practices required by this 
section.
Delegation of responsibility
13(1)  Under section 9(2) of the Act, the ISO may, by agreement with 
a TFO or a DFO, delegate the preparation of any or all of
	(a)	the transmission system plan, or any aspect of it,
	(b)	the long term transmission system outlook document, or any 
aspect of it, or
	(c)	a needs identification document, or any aspect of it,
to one or more TFOs or DFOs, subject to any conditions that the ISO 
considers appropriate, but the ISO is responsible for reviewing and 
approving any plan or document prepared under the delegation.
(2)  After consultation with the Board, market participants, TFOs and 
DFOs, the ISO must establish a practice to determine
	(a)	the extent to which the preparation of the transmission 
system plan, the long term transmission system outlook 
document or a needs identification document may be 
delegated under subsection (1), 
	(b)	how and to whom a delegation may be made, and
	(c)	the terms and conditions that may be included in a delegation 
agreement.
(3)  The ISO must, not later than one year after this Regulation comes 
into force,
	(a)	complete the consultation required by this section, and
	(b)	establish the practice required by this section. 
Assistance to the ISO
14(1)  As part of the duties of a TFO under section 39 of the Act, the 
TFO must, as directed by the ISO, assist the ISO in
	(a)	preparing and updating forecasts,
	(b)	preparing, maintaining and updating the long term 
transmission system outlook document and the transmission 
system plan, and
	(c)	preparing and updating needs identification documents.
(2)  In addition to the duties of a DFO under the Act, the DFO must, as 
directed by the ISO, assist the ISO in
	(a)	preparing and updating forecasts,
	(b)	preparing, maintaining and updating the long term 
transmission system outlook document and the transmission 
system plan,
	(c)	evaluating the relative merits of transmission and distribution 
options, and
	(d)	preparing and updating needs identification documents.
(3)  In providing assistance to the ISO, the TFO and DFO must, in 
accordance with the directions of the ISO, respect the confidentiality of 
information of market participants.
Part 3 
Transmission System Criteria 
and Reliability Standards
Matters taken into account
15(1)  In making rules under section 20 of the Act, and in exercising 
its duties under section 17 of the Act, the ISO must
	(a)	plan a transmission system that satisfies reliability standards,
	(b)	ensure that transmission facilities adhere to reliability 
standards,
	(c)	monitor and ensure overall reliability of the interconnected 
electric system,
	(d)	comply with directives of the Board,
	(e)	taking into consideration the characteristics and expected 
availability of generating units, plan a transmission system 
that
	(i)	is sufficiently robust so that 100% of the time, 
transmission of all anticipated in-merit electric energy 
referred to in section 17(c) of the Act can occur when 
all transmission facilities are in service, and
	(ii)	is adequate so that, on an annual basis, and at least 95% 
of the time, transmission of all anticipated in-merit 
electric energy referred to in section 17(c) of the Act 
can occur when operating under abnormal operating 
conditions,
	(f)	make arrangements for the expansion or enhancement of the 
transmission system so that, under normal operating 
conditions, all anticipated in-merit electric energy referred to 
in clause (e)(i) and (ii) can be dispatched without constraint, 
and
	(g)	make rules respecting the preparation of needs identification 
documents for, and the planning and processing of, 
enhancements or upgrades to transmission facilities that 
existed on August 12, 2004 for the purpose of providing 
transmission capacity to import or export electric energy to 
or from Alberta in excess of the path ratings that existed on 
August 12, 2004 for those transmission facilities.
(2)  In planning and arranging for enhancements or upgrades to the 
transmission system, the ISO may make or provide for specific and 
limited exceptions to the matters described in subsection (1)(e) and (f) 
and in section 16(1), or any of them, and if it does so, must
	(a)	file the exceptions with the Board for approval, and
	(b)	specify the periods of time the exceptions apply.
(3)  In considering the design and planning of the transmission system, 
the ISO may make or provide for specific and limited exceptions to the 
requirements of subsection (1) and propose a non-wires solution
	(a)	in areas where there is limited potential for growth of load, 
and the cost of the non-wires solution is materially less than 
the life-cycle cost of the transmission wires solution, 
compared over an equivalent study period, or
	(b)	if the non-wires solution is required to ensure reliable service 
due to the shorter lead time of the non-wires solution, for a 
specified limited period of time.
Restoring interties existing on August 12, 2004 
to their path rating
16(1)  In making rules under section 20 of the Act, and in exercising 
its duties under section 17 of the Act, the ISO must prepare a plan and 
make arrangements to restore each intertie that existed on August 12, 
2004 to, or near to, its path rating.
(2)  The plan to restore interties to their path ratings must specify how 
the ISO intends to restore and maintain each intertie to, or near to, its 
path rating without the mandatory operation of generating units.
(3)  The plan to restore and maintain interties must be incorporated 
into and form part of the transmission system plan as soon as 
practicable.
Managing transmission constraints
17   The ISO must make rules and establish practices respecting the 
operation of the transmission system and the management of 
transmission constraints that may occur from time to time.
Generating unit emergency operating requirements
18(1)  In exercising its duties under section 17(h) of the Act, the ISO 
must, not later than one year after this Regulation comes into force, 
make rules respecting directions it may give to the owner of a 
generating unit that is not operating or scheduled to operate for any 
reason, including as a result of a planned or forced outage, requiring 
that the generating unit operate, exchange electric energy or provide 
ancillary services, or be made available to operate, exchange electric 
energy or provide ancillary services,
	(a)	during abnormal operating conditions, including conditions 
where transmission facilities are out of service due to an 
emergency, an urgent need for transmission facility 
maintenance arises that cannot be coordinated with 
generating unit outages or another emergency exists, or
	(b)	if the ISO determines that there is an immediate or 
unexpected need on a short term basis for services provided 
by a generating unit to maintain a level of generation supply 
that provides Albertans with a level of service that is safe, 
adequate and reliable.
(2)  In exercising its duties under section 17(h) of the Act, the ISO 
must, not later than one year after this Regulation comes into force, 
make rules to implement a load curtailment priority plan which, in the 
event of a generation supply shortfall, will provide for the interruption 
of service to customers in a priority ranking.
(3)  Before the ISO makes or changes the rules under subsections (1) 
and (2), the ISO must consult with those market participants that it 
considers are likely to be directly affected by the rules.
(4)  The owner of a generating unit must comply with a direction from 
the ISO under subsection (1) unless the owner gives written notice to 
the ISO, giving reasons, that
	(a)	a real and substantial risk of damage to its generating unit 
could result if the direction were complied with,
	(b)	a real and substantial risk to the safety of its employees or the 
public could result if the direction were complied with, or
	(c)	a real and substantial risk of undue injury to the environment 
could result if the direction were complied with.
Reliability standards
19(1)  Subject to this section, the following are the reliability 
standards that apply in Alberta:
	(a)	the reliability standards, agreements, criteria and directives of
	(i)	the Western Electric Coordinating Council or its 
successor organization,
	(ii)	the North American Electric Reliability Council or its 
successor organization, or
	(iii)	any entity similar to an entity referred to in subclause (i) 
or (ii) that is recognized by the ISO,
		to the extent that those reliability standards, agreements, 
criteria and directives are adopted by the ISO in accordance 
with subsections (4) and (5);
	(b)	any other reliability standards that are made or adopted by 
the ISO in accordance with subsections (4) and (5) to amend, 
supplement or replace the reliability standards, agreements, 
criteria and directives referred to in clause (a).
(2)  The following are the reliability standards that apply in Alberta if 
the Minister recognizes an Electric Reliability Organization under 
section 20:
	(a)	the reliability standards, agreements, criteria and directives of 
the Electric Reliability Organization or its successor 
organization, to the extent that those reliability standards, 
agreements, criteria and directives are adopted by the ISO in 
accordance with subsections (4) and (5);
	(b)	any other reliability standards that are made or adopted by 
the ISO in accordance with subsections (4) and (5) to amend, 
supplement or replace the reliability standards, agreements, 
criteria and directives referred to in clause (a).
(3)  The reliability standards under subsection (2) replace the reliability 
standards under subsection (1).
(4)  Before adopting or making reliability standards, agreements, 
criteria or directives under this section, the ISO must
	(a)	consult with those market participants that it considers are 
likely to be directly affected, and
	(b)	forward the proposed reliability standards, agreements, 
criteria or directives to the Board for review, with the ISO's 
recommendation that the Board approve or reject them.
(5)  Subject to subsection (6), the Board must approve or refuse to 
approve the reliability standards, agreements, criteria or directives, and 
must inform the ISO of its decision.
(6)  The Board must follow the recommendation of the ISO that the 
Board approve or reject the proposed reliability standards, agreements, 
criteria or directives unless an interested person satisfies the Board that 
the ISO's recommendation is
	(a)	technically deficient, or
	(b)	not in the public interest.
Recognition of Electric Reliability Organization
20(1)  The Minister may enter into any arrangement or agreement or 
grant any approval that the Minister considers necessary or advisable 
for the purposes of granting recognition to an Electric Reliability 
Organization that is or has applied to be certified by the Federal 
Energy Regulatory Commission under the Energy Policy Act of 2005 
of the United States or to its successor organization.
(2)  The Minister may issue any directive to the ISO or the Board 
respecting the exercise of its authority that the Minister considers 
necessary or advisable respecting or for the purposes of implementing 
an arrangement or agreement entered into or an approval granted by 
the Minister under subsection (1).
(3)  An arrangement or agreement entered into, an approval granted or 
a directive given by the Minister under this section
	(a)	may be made subject to terms and conditions, and
	(b)	may be amended, revoked or cancelled at any time by the 
Minister without prior notice.
(4)  When entering into an arrangement or agreement or granting an 
approval under subsection (1) or issuing a directive under subsection 
(2), the Minister must
	(a)	consider whether the arrangement, agreement, approval or 
directive is capable of applying in Alberta,
	(b)	consider the impact of the arrangement, agreement, approval 
or directive on Alberta's competitive wholesale market, and
	(c)	ensure, to the extent reasonable, that any new or modified 
arrangement, agreement, approval or directive that will apply 
in Alberta will not require a material change in the 
framework for the market for electric energy.
Reliability standards adoption, publication and modification
21(1)  The ISO must not, without the consent of the Board,
	(a)	enter into an arrangement or agreement under section 9(5) of 
the Act respecting reliability standards, or
	(b)	amend or change an arrangement or agreement referred to in 
clause (a) except where the amendment or change is clearly 
of a routine operational or detailed technical nature.
(2)  Arrangements and agreements entered into under section 9(5) of 
the Act and reliability standards developed, adopted or modified by the 
ISO pursuant to section 19 or 20 of this Regulation must be made 
available to the public except when the ISO considers it not to be in the 
public interest to do so, in which case an explanation for the 
non-disclosure must be provided.
(3)  When the ISO participates in the development, adoption or 
modification of reliability standards, the ISO must
	(a)	consider whether the standards are capable of applying in 
Alberta, and
	(b)	ensure, to the extent reasonable, that any new or modified 
standard that will apply in Alberta will not require a material 
change in the framework for the market for electric energy.
Alberta autonomy
22(1)  The ISO shall not, without the consent of the Minister, delegate 
any of its powers, duties, responsibilities or functions respecting 
reliability standards to a person outside Alberta or enter into any 
agreement or arrangement that has that effect.
(2)  The ISO shall not
	(a)	transfer any money outside of Alberta, or make a payment in 
Alberta that may result in the transfer outside of Alberta of 
any money, in respect of a fine, administrative penalty or 
other monetary sanction imposed on the ISO for 
non-compliance by it with a reliability standard, or
	(b)	enter into any agreement or arrangement that requires or has 
the effect of requiring the ISO to do anything prohibited 
under clause (a).
(3)  If the ISO enters into any agreement or arrangement that results in 
the payment of any money in respect of a fine, administrative penalty 
or other monetary sanction imposed on the ISO for non-compliance by 
it with a reliability standard, the money paid must be directed to the 
benefit of customers in Alberta.
(4)  The ISO may recover from a market participant any money in 
respect of a fine, administrative penalty or other monetary sanction 
imposed on the ISO for non-compliance by it with a reliability 
standard if the ISO has paid the money in respect of the fine, 
administrative penalty or monetary sanction and can demonstrate that a 
market participant was the cause of the non-compliance.
(5)  Any dispute with respect to subsection (4) must be settled by the 
Board.
Compliance monitoring and reporting
23(1)  The ISO must make rules respecting its practices and 
procedures for monitoring compliance with and enforcement of
	(a)	reliability standards, and
	(b)	the standards and rules made under section 5.
(2)  The ISO must make annual reports to the Board respecting 
	(a)	compliance by the ISO, TFOs, DFOs and other market 
participants with reliability standards and standards and rules 
made under section 5, and
	(b)	any action taken by the ISO to enforce reliability standards 
and standards and rules made under section 5.
(3)  TFOs, DFOs and other relevant market participants must assist the 
ISO in preparing reports under subsection (2).
Part 4 
Transmission Facility Projects
General rules for constructing transmission facilities
24(1)  Subject to subsections (2) and (3), when making rules under 
section 20 of the Act and in exercising its duties under section 17 of 
the Act, the ISO must
	(a)	determine, on the basis of geographic areas under sections 28 
and 29 of the Hydro and Electric Energy Act, who is eligible 
to apply for the construction or operation, or both, of 
transmission facilities in those areas after August 12, 2004, 
based on which TFO is operating in those areas, and
	(b)	with respect to a transmission facility that existed on August 
12, 2004, provide that the owner of that transmission facility, 
or any successor of the owner of that transmission facility, 
continues to be responsible for upgrades and enhancement to 
the transmission facility.
(2)  The ISO may grant or provide for exceptions to subsection (1), 
including authorizing alternative arrangements or agreements between 
TFOs, if
	(a)	those arrangements or agreements result in the safe, reliable 
and efficient operation of the transmission system, and
	(b)	those arrangements or agreements are filed with the Board 
for information.
(3)  Subsection (1) does not apply in respect of a transmission facility 
to which section 27 applies.
Transmission facility project cost reporting
25(1)  For those transmission facility projects that the ISO directs or 
may direct the owner to submit for Board approval a transmission 
facility proposal under section 35(1)(a) of the Act, the ISO must make 
rules or establish practices respecting the preparation of cost estimates, 
project scope documents and schedule documents for projects to 
ensure that
	(a)	cost estimates prepared by TFOs under this section are 
reasonable for the purpose of making transmission system 
planning decisions,
	(b)	cost estimates are prepared by TFOs in a consistent manner 
and to an appropriate level of detail,
	(c)	scope change, schedule change and cost variance reports are 
prepared and retained showing changes to the original scope 
and original schedules prepared by the ISO in its 
specification or needs identification document, and
	(d)	a project cost summary is prepared that identifies the original 
cost estimate, original scope and original schedule and a 
summary of any changes or cost variances that occurred.
(2)  The ISO may satisfy itself that the cost estimates prepared by a 
TFO under this section are reasonable, but in doing so may only 
examine issues that are relevant to the intended use of the cost 
estimates.
(3)  Nothing in the ISO rules or practices relieves a TFO from the 
burden of proof required by section 121(4) of the Act to show that its 
tariff is just and reasonable.
(4)  Nothing in this section or the ISO rules or practices affects 
	(a)	the responsibility of the Board to determine a TFO's 
prudence in managing its activities, or
	(b)	the authority of the Board to establish its own reporting 
requirements.
(5)  In addition to its duties under section 17 of the Act, the ISO may 
do either or both of the following:
	(a)	certify to the Board that a cost was incurred to meet a need 
identified by the ISO;
	(b)	notify the Board of any concern or issue the ISO has with 
respect to the costs of a transmission facility project referred 
to in subsection (1),
but the Board must not require the ISO to make any statement with 
respect to the TFO's prudence in managing a transmission facility 
project.
(6)  Despite section 126 of the Act, within a reasonable period after 
rules are made under subsection (1), a TFO must apply to the Board to 
make its tariff consistent with those rules.
Competitive tenders by TFOs
26(1)  In making rules under section 20 of the Act, and in exercising 
its duties under section 17 of the Act, the ISO
	(a)	must provide for the competitive tender of construction costs, 
including materials and equipment, for the construction of a 
transmission facility by a TFO who is the applicant for 
construction of a transmission facility referred to in section 
24(1), and
	(b)	may exempt or provide for exemptions from the competitive 
tender when the circumstances warrant.
(2)  When considering a tariff application by the TFO, the Board must 
judge the prudence of the TFO in managing the costs incurred under an 
exemption provided by or under the rules referred to in subsection (1).
(3)  Despite section 126 of the Act, within a reasonable period after 
rules are made under subsection (1), a TFO must apply to the Board to 
make its tariff consistent with those rules.
Intertie projects
27(1)  This section applies to the following:
	(a)	an intertie proposed to be constructed;
	(b)	an upgrade or enhancement to an intertie that proposes, or 
would result in, an increase to the path rating of the intertie.
(2)  When the ISO prepares a needs identification document under 
section 34(1) of the Act for an intertie described in subsection (1), the 
needs identification document must 
	(a)	contain the information required by section 11(3), unless the 
ISO determines that any of those matters are not required, 
	(b)	describe the extent to which the ISO will make use of the 
proposed intertie to provide system access service, 
	(c)	contain proposed agreements, arrangements, rates and terms 
and conditions for the ISO's use of the intertie, and
	(d)	contain any other information that the ISO considers 
necessary in view of the nature of the proposed intertie.
(3)  A person proposing an intertie to which this section applies must 
assist the ISO in preparing the needs identification document.
(4)  The cost of planning, designing, constructing, operating and 
interconnecting an intertie to which this section applies must be paid 
by
	(a)	the person proposing the intertie, and
	(b)	other persons to the extent that they directly benefit from the 
intertie, based on the use described in the needs identification 
document approved by the Board, and then only to the extent 
permitted by the ISO tariff.
(5)  A person proposing an intertie to which this section applies, in 
accordance with the ISO rules, must
	(a)	provide open access to market participants by auction or 
other transparent process, and file the terms and conditions 
respecting open access with the Board for information, and 
	(b)	provide that the intertie be available in an open and 
non-discriminatory manner, similar to the access available to 
other transmission facilities.
(6)  The ISO must include in the ISO tariff, rates and terms and 
conditions that include costs for use of the interconnected electric 
system, appropriate for the class of service provided to persons who 
use the intertie referred to in this section for import or export of 
electric energy to or from Alberta.
Part 5 
Local Interconnection Costs and 
Transmission Contribution Costs
Local interconnection costs
28(1)  The ISO must include in the ISO tariff
	(a)	local interconnection costs, as defined by the ISO, payable by 
an owner of a generating unit for connecting to the 
transmission system,
	(b)	the terms and conditions, and
	(c)	provisions for the recovery of local interconnection costs 
from owners of generating units.
(2)  The ISO must make reasonable efforts to ensure that the 
interconnection of a generating unit to the transmission system is 
undertaken in a timely manner.
(3)  The owner of a generating unit that interconnects with the 
transmission system, and who has paid local interconnection costs, 
may not prohibit interconnection or access to the interconnection 
facilities by other market participants.
(4)  If another person makes use of the facilities for which a local 
interconnection cost has been paid,
	(a)	the cost of the use of those facilities by that other person or 
persons must be allocated to all users in accordance with the 
ISO tariff, and
	(b)	the original local interconnection cost, or a portion of it, must 
be refunded to the person who paid it in accordance with the 
ISO tariff.
Generating unit owner's contribution
29(1)  The ISO must include in the ISO tariff
	(a)	the amount, determined under subsections (2) and (3), 
payable by an owner of a generating unit to the ISO, and
	(b)	terms and conditions related to clause (a). 
(2)  The amount payable by owners of generating units is the sum of 
the following:
	(a)	for upgrades to existing transmission facilities, a charge of 
$10 000/MW;
	(b)	a charge of not more than $40 000/MW, as provided in the 
ISO tariff, payable by owners of generating units that locate 
in an area of the transmission system where generation 
exceeds load, and the amount of the charge is to be 
determined based on the location of the generating unit 
relative to load.
(3)  A charge under subsection (2)(b) may be revised from time to 
time, but must
	(a)	be stable and predictable,
	(b)	be calculated in a simple and transparent manner,
	(c)	be based on generating unit size,
	(d)	vary based on the generation location relative to load in 
Alberta,
	(e)	be determined and payable in accordance with the ISO rules 
and the ISO tariff, be paid before commencement of 
construction of the local interconnection facility and be paid 
once only for that specific location and generating unit, and
	(f)	not affect charges determined and paid by owners of 
generating units or owners of prospective generating units 
before the revisions. 
(4)  The ISO tariff must include terms and conditions providing for the 
following:
	(a)	the refund of money paid under this section, to the owner 
who paid it, over a period of not more than 10 years from the 
date the generating unit begins to generate electric energy for 
the purpose of exchange but not for the purpose of testing or 
commissioning the unit, subject to satisfactory operation of 
the generating unit determined under rules made under 
subsection (5), where satisfactory operation may vary by 
generation type;
	(b)	forfeiture to the ISO of money paid under this section, or 
suspension of the refunds, if the generating unit is not 
operated satisfactorily;
	(c)	the means and times at which the refunds are to be made;
	(d)	the prudent administration, management and investment of 
money held by the ISO under this section and for the 
accounting for those funds;
	(e)	the disbursement of money earned on investments.
(5)  The ISO must make rules to be used to assess the satisfactory 
performance of a generating unit by generating unit type.
Non-application of sections 28 and 29
30   Sections 28 and 29 do not apply to a generating unit connected to 
the transmission system before January 1, 2006 or to a generating unit 
that has a capacity of 1 MW or less.
Part 6 
Transmission System Losses, Charges 
and Credits
Transmission system loss factors
31(1)  The ISO must make rules to
	(a)	reasonably recover the cost of transmission line losses on the 
interconnected electric system by establishing and 
maintaining loss factors
	(i)	for each generating unit,
	(ii)	for each export path or group of export paths, as those 
terms are defined in the ISO rules respecting line losses,
	(iii)	for each import path or group of import paths, as those 
terms are defined in the ISO rules respecting line losses, 
and
	(iv)	for any other opportunity service customer in respect of 
whom the ISO determines a loss factor is to apply,
		based on their respective locations and their respective 
contributions, if at all, to transmission line losses,
	(b)	determine the anticipated transmission line losses for a 
specified period of time and determine the average 
transmission system loss factor for that specified period,
	(c)	establish a means of determining, for each location on the 
transmission system, loss factors and associated charges and 
credits, which are anticipated to result in the reasonable 
recovery of transmission line losses,
	(d)	provide a means by which, annually, a determination will be 
made of the difference between the anticipated transmission 
line losses and the actual transmission line losses, and
	(e)	subject to section 33, provide a means through the 
application of a single calibration factor to adjust the 
amounts paid by the application of the loss factor described 
in clause (c) so that 
	(i)	owners of generating units, 
	(ii)	importers and the exporters of electric energy, and 
	(iii)	any other opportunity service customers referred to in 
clause (a)(iv),
			are charged or receive a credit so that they pay the actual cost 
of transmission line losses.
(2)  In accordance with the rules made under subsection (1), the ISO 
must determine loss factors having regard to the following:
	(a)	loss factors must apply for a period of at least one year but 
not more than 5 years, subject to clause (b);
	(b)	a loss factor applied under clause (a) may not be changed 
during the period it applies unless, in the opinion of the ISO,
	(i)	a change has occurred to any type of facility, including 
generation, load or transmission facility, that is 
connected to, or is part of, the interconnected electric 
system, and 
	(ii)	the change materially affects transmission line losses;
	(c)	loss factors must be determined for each location on the 
transmission system as if no abnormal operating conditions 
exist;
	(d)	the loss factor in each location must be representative of the 
impact on average system losses by each respective 
generating unit or group of generating units relative to load;
	(e)	the loss factor must be one number at each location that does 
not vary, except as a result of revisions referred to in clause 
(b) or the reapplication of loss factors under clause (a);
	(f)	subject to clause (g), after determining which loss factors 
result in a charge or credit, every loss factor must be adjusted 
by a common method in order to limit the loss factors as 
follows:
	(i)	loss factors associated with a charge must not exceed 2 
times the average transmission system loss factor;
	(ii)	loss factors associated with a credit must not exceed one 
times the average transmission system loss factor;
	(g)	on and after January 1, 2009, and in place of clause (f), after 
determining which loss factors result in a charge or credit, 
every loss factor must be adjusted by a common method in 
order to limit the loss factors as follows:
	(i)	the loss factors associated with a charge must not 
exceed 12%;
	(ii)	the loss factors associated with a credit must not exceed 
12%.
(3)  For greater certainty, abnormal operating conditions referred to in 
subsection (2)(c) do not include generation from transmission must-run 
generating units if the ISO includes those units in its transmission loss 
forecasts.
Loss factors to be publicly available
32(1)  The ISO must make rules with respect to the designation of loss 
factors in any place in Alberta where a generating unit is not located, 
and on request, determine a loss factor with respect to a generating unit 
that a person proposes to construct.
(2)  Loss factors determined under section 31 and subsection (1) of this 
section must be made available to the public for each location on the 
transmission system.
Adjustment of loss factors
33(1)  In accordance with the ISO rules, loss factors may be adjusted 
by a calibration factor to ensure that the actual cost of losses is 
reasonably recovered through charges and credits under the ISO tariff 
on an annual basis.
(2)  If the actual cost of losses is over-recovered or under-recovered in 
one year, the over-recovery or under-recovery must be refunded or 
collected in the next year or subsequent years.
Recovery of transmission losses
34   In accordance with the ISO rules, the cost of transmission line 
losses must be reasonably recovered using the loss factors determined 
under section 35 or 36 as those loss factors are charged or credited to 
the persons referred to in section 31(1)(e) under the ISO tariff.
Determination of transmission loss factors 
until December 31, 2008
35(1)  Up to and including December 31, 2008, the loss factors under 
this Part must be determined so that
	(a)	the owner of a generating unit must pay location-based loss 
charges or receive credits, and
	(b)	importers of electric energy under a firm service arrangement 
must pay location-based loss charges or receive credits.
(2)  A person receiving transmission service under an interruptible 
service arrangement for load, import or export must pay location-based 
loss charges or receive credits that recover the full cost of losses 
required to provide this service.
Determination of transmission loss factors on 
and after January 1, 2009
36   On and after January 1, 2009, the loss factors under this Part must 
be determined so that
	(a)	the owner of a generating unit must pay location-based loss 
charges or receive credits,
	(b)	importers of electric energy must pay location-based loss 
charges or receive credits
	(i)	determined in the same manner as for generating units, 
and
	(ii)	determined at the point where the import path, referred 
to in section 31(1)(a)(iii), connects to the remainder of 
the interconnected electric system,
	(c)	importers and exporters of electric energy must pay 
transmission line loss charges representing the average level 
of losses incurred in transporting electric energy on an import 
path or export path referred to in section 31(1)(a)(ii) and (iii), 
and
	(d)	a person that receives opportunity service where the ISO 
determines that a line loss factor applies under section 
31(1)(a)(iv) must pay losses or receive credits that are 
determined in a similar manner as the losses and credits 
determined for owners of a generating unit.
Part 7 
Board Responsibilities
Application to Board for preparatory operations
37(1)  In anticipation of future expansions of the transmission system, 
the ISO may apply to the Board for approval of any operations 
preparatory to construction of a transmission facility referred to in 
section 11(3)(i) prior to submitting an application under section 34(1) 
of the Act.
(2)  An application under this section must contain the information set 
out in section 11(3)(i) and any other information the ISO considers 
appropriate or the Board requests.
(3)  When considering an application under this section, the Board 
may, in addition to the factors set out in section 38, have regard for the 
costs and benefits that the Board considers are likely to result from the 
proposed preparatory operations.
(4)  An approval of an application under this section is not to be 
considered an approval of the need for the transmission facility or an 
approval to construct the transmission facility, and shall not be used 
for the purpose of an application to the Surface Rights Board for the 
acquisition of an interest in land for a right of way.
Applications to the Board under section 34(1) of Act
38   When considering an application under section 34(1) of the Act, 
the Board must
	(a)	have regard for the principle that it is in the public interest to 
foster 
	(i)	an efficient and competitive generation market, and
	(ii)	a transmission system that is flexible, reliable and 
efficient and preserves options for future growth,
	(b)	have regard for the following matters when it considers an 
application for a transmission facility upgrade or expansion, 
or operations preparatory to the construction of a 
transmission facility, namely, the contribution of the 
proposed transmission facility:
	(i)	to improving transmission system reliability;
	(ii)	to a robust competitive market;
	(iii)	to improvements in transmission system efficiency;
	(iv)	to improvements in operational flexibility;
	(v)	to maintaining options for long term development of the 
transmission system;
	(vi)	to a project to which section 27 applies to provide 
system access service,
	(c)	take into account the long term transmission system outlook 
document and the transmission system plan filed with the 
Board,
	(d)	take into account the ISO's responsibilities under the Act and 
regulations, and
	(e)	consider the ISO's assessment of the need to be correct 
unless an interested person satisfies the Board that 
	(i)	the ISO's assessment of the need is technically 
deficient, or
	(ii)	to approve the needs identification document would not 
be in the public interest.
Recovery of pre-construction costs
39   If an application under section 37 or a needs identification 
document has been approved by the Board under section 34 of the Act, 
a TFO may include in its tariff pre-construction costs incurred by the 
TFO, including
	(a)	feasibility studies,
	(b)	engineering,
	(c)	purchase of materials, and
	(d)	purchase of land or options to purchase land for future use or 
acquire a right or interest in land for future use as a right of 
way, as may be necessary, for long lead-time projects.
Recovery of assistance costs
40(1)  A TFO may include in its transmission tariff
	(a)	costs and expenses incurred by the owner in assisting the ISO 
in preparing forecasts, the long term transmission system 
outlook document, the transmission system plan, needs 
identification documents and updates to any or all of them, 
and
	(b)	the costs incurred by the owner to assist the ISO in preparing 
reports made under section 23(2).
(2)  A DFO may include in its distribution tariff 
	(a)	costs and expenses incurred by the owner in assisting the ISO 
in preparing forecasts, the long term transmission system 
outlook document, the transmission system plan, needs 
identification documents and updates to any or all of them,
	(b)	the cost of evaluating the relative merits of transmission 
facility and distribution options, and
	(c)	the costs incurred by the owner to assist the ISO in preparing 
reports made under section 23(2).
Recovery of other secondary costs 
41(1)  A TFO or DFO may include in its tariff any one or more of the 
following, as applicable:
	(a)	costs or expenses incurred at the direction of the ISO;
	(b)	costs and expenses 
	(i)	of a maintenance upgrade, enhancement or other 
modification to a transmission facility referred to in 
section 11(6),
	(ii)	incurred in implementing an expansion or enhancement 
to the transmission system access service 
interconnection or a transmission facility project 
referred to in section 12,
	(iii)	incurred in order to implement the standards and rules 
under section 5, or
	(iv)	incurred in order to implement the reliability standards.
(2)  In addition to its duties under section 17 of the Act, the ISO may 
do either or both of the following:
	(a)	certify to the Board that a cost was incurred under subsection 
(1);
	(b)	notify the Board of any concern the ISO has with respect to a 
cost referred to in subsection (1),
but the Board must not require the ISO to make any statement with 
respect to the prudence of a TFO or a DFO in incurring a cost under 
subsection (1).
Additional criteria for the Board for TFO tariffs
42   In addition to the matters taken into account by the Board under 
section 122 of the Act, when considering an application for approval of 
a TFO tariff, the Board must consider that it is also in the public 
interest to provide consumers the benefit of unconstrained transmission 
access to the competitive generation market
	(a)	by providing sufficient investment to ensure the timely 
upgrade, enhancement or expansion of transmission facilities, 
and
	(b)	by fostering a stable investment climate and a continued 
stream of capital investment for the transmission system.
Decisions under section 34(1) of Act
43(1)  The Board must make a decision on an application under 
section 34(1) of the Act within 180 days of receipt by the Board of the 
complete application.
(2)  If a Board decision referred to in subsection (1) cannot be made 
within 180 days of receipt of a complete application, the Board must, 
before the 180 days expire,
	(a)	notify the applicant of the reasons why it has not or will not 
be able to make a decision, and
	(b)	state its best estimate as to when it reasonably expects to 
make the decision.  
Board rules about transmission facilities
44   The Board must ensure that any rules made by it under section 
129(1) of the Act respecting transmission facilities are consistent with 
the standards and rules under section 5.
Decisions under the Hydro and Electric Energy Act
45(1)  When the Board is considering present and future public 
convenience and need under section 14(3) of the Hydro and Electric 
Energy Act, the Board must take into account a needs identification 
document prepared and filed under section 34(1) of the Act.
(2)  When the Board is considering an application for an approval, 
permit or licence under Part 2 of the Hydro and Electric Energy Act in 
respect of a transmission facility or part of a transmission facility 
where the needs identification document has already been approved by 
the Board, the Board must take into account a certification by the ISO 
that the technical aspects of the application meet the requirements set 
out in the needs identification document. 
(3)  The Board must, for its decisions under Part 2 of the Hydro and 
Electric Energy Act in respect of a transmission facility or part of a 
transmission facility, have regard for the following:
	(a)	the principle of timeliness of decisions;
	(b)	the principle that its decisions address more than one 
transmission facility if approval is sought for multiple 
transmission facilities.
(4)  If a Board decision referred to in subsection (3) cannot be made 
within 180 days of receipt of a complete application, the Board must, 
before the 180 days expire,
	(a)	notify the applicant of the reasons why it has not or will not 
be able to make a decision, and
	(b)	state its best estimate as to when it reasonably expects to 
make the decision.  
(5)  When considering an application for an approval, permit or licence 
under Part 2 of the Hydro and Electric Energy Act in respect of a 
transmission facility or part of a transmission facility that the ISO has 
directed the owner to submit for Board approval under section 35(1)(a) 
of the Act, the Board may approve incentives, including incentives 
proposed by the applicant for the approval, permit or licence, that are 
intended to result in cost savings or other benefits within the project.
(6)  The Board may combine applications under Part 2 of the Hydro 
and Electric Energy Act and applications under section 34(1) of the 
Act in respect of a transmission facility or part of a transmission 
facility if the ISO and the applicant agree to make a combined 
application.
Prudence of activities and costs
46(1)  The Board must consider that
	(a)	the costs and expenses referred to in sections 39, 40 and 41 
that are included in a TFO's tariff or a DFO's tariff, and
	(b)	the ISO's own administrative costs that have been approved 
by the ISO members
are prudent unless an interested person satisfies the Board that those 
costs or expenses are unreasonable.
(2)  The Board must consider that payments that are included in a 
TFO's tariff made by a TFO to an owner or occupant of land pursuant 
to any agreement between the TFO and the owner or occupant that
	(a)	grants the TFO the right of entry in respect of the surface of 
the land, or
	(b)	provides for compensation resulting from or related to the 
use of the land for the purposes of locating transmission 
facilities on it,
are prudent unless an interested person satisfies the Board that the 
payments are unreasonable.
ISO tariff - transmission system considerations
47   When considering an application for approval of the ISO tariff 
under sections 121 and 122 of the Act, the Board must
	(a)	ensure
	(i)	the just and reasonable costs of the transmission system 
are wholly charged to DFOs, customers who are 
industrial systems and persons who have made an 
arrangement under section 101(2) of the Act, and 
exporters, to the extent required by the ISO tariff, and
	(ii)	the amount payable by a DFO is recoverable in the 
DFO's tariff,
	(b)	ensure owners of generating units are charged local 
interconnection costs to connect their generating units to the 
transmission system, and are charged a financial contribution 
toward transmission system upgrades and for location-based 
cost of losses, and 
	(c)	consider all just and reasonable costs related to arrangements 
and agreements described in section 9(5) of the Act.
ISO tariff - approval of ISO's costs
48(1)  A reference in the Act to "prudent" or "appropriate" in relation 
to the ISO's costs for the provision of ancillary services and costs of 
transmission line losses means the amounts of those costs that have 
been approved by the ISO members.
(2)  When considering the ISO's own administrative costs under 
section 46 and the ISO's costs for the provision of ancillary services, 
the Board must allocate to customer classes those amounts that are set 
out in the ISO's application to the Board for approval of the ISO tariff.
Part 8 
Time Period Extension, Paramountcy, 
Recovery of Must-run Costs, Transition 
and Repeals
Extension and effect of time periods
49(1)  The Minister may, by order, extend any date or time period 
specified in this Regulation whether or not that date has passed or that 
time period has expired.
(2)  The authority of the ISO under this Regulation continues even if a 
date or time period prescribed for taking an action has passed or 
expired.
(3)  The ISO may amend, repeal or replace a rule, standard, practice, 
policy, procedure, criteria or process whether or not the date or time 
period, or the extended date or time period, for enacting or establishing 
it has passed or expired.
Paramountcy
50   This Regulation prevails to the extent of any inconsistency, 
conflict or uncertainty between this Regulation and any agreement 
relating to reliability standards, irrespective of whether the agreement 
is entered into before or after the coming into force of this Regulation.
Recovery of must-run costs
51(1)  For the purpose of section 30(2)(a)(ii) of the Act, the 
compensation must be no greater than an amount that would result in 
the recovery of fixed, operating and maintenance costs, including a 
reasonable rate of return, using a methodology described in the ISO 
tariff.
(2)  The ISO must include in the ISO tariff a cost determination 
methodology and related terms and conditions of service for the 
purposes of subsection (1).
(3)  Costs associated with subsection (1) must be included and 
recovered under the ISO tariff in the same manner as transmission 
costs under section 47(a)(i).
Transition
52(1)  This Regulation does not apply to an application under section 
34(1) of the Act or to an application for an approval, permit or licence 
under Part 2 of the Hydro and Electric Energy Act in respect of a 
transmission facility or part of a transmission facility if that application 
was considered complete by the Board before the coming into force of 
this Regulation.
(2)  Where this Regulation does not apply to an application referred to 
in subsection (1) as a result of the operation of subsection (1), the 
Transmission Regulation (AR 174/2004) as it existed immediately 
before the coming into force of this Regulation continues to apply to 
that application as if that Regulation had not been repealed.
Repeal of AR 174/2004
53   Subject to section 50, the Transmission Regulation 
(AR 174/2004) is repealed.
Repeal of this Regulation
54   This Regulation is repealed in accordance with section 142(3) of 
the Act.


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Alberta Regulation 87/2007
Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act
WASTE CONTROL AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 11, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 180/2007) 
on April 11, 2007 pursuant to sections 162 and 239 of the Environmental Protection 
and Enhancement Act. 
1   The Waste Control Regulation (AR 192/96) is amended 
by this Regulation.

2   The following is added before Part 2:
Part 1.1 
Hazardous Substances
Hazardous substances
16.1   Any chemical or combination of chemicals that was used 
in or arose from the production of methamphetamine is 
designated as a hazardous substance.

3   Section 43 is amended by striking out "41" and 
substituting "42".


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Alberta Regulation 88/2007
School Act
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 13, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Education (M.O. 016/2007) on April 
10, 2007 pursuant to section 115 of the School Act. 
1   The Superintendent of Schools Regulation (AR 178/2003) 
is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 5 is amended by striking out "2007" and 
substituting "2009".

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