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Alberta Regulation 185/2007
Government Organization Act
IDENTIFICATION CARD AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: September 6, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Service Alberta (M.O. SA:015/2007) 
on August 27, 2007 pursuant to section 20 of Schedule 12 of the Government 
Organization Act. 
1   The Identification Card Regulation (AR 221/2003) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Sections 2(a) and 4(1) are amended by striking out "14" 
and substituting "12".

3   The following is added after section 15:
Release of identification information
16(1)  In this section,
	(a)	"identification information" means recorded personal 
information about an identifiable individual supplied to 
the Minister in an application for an identification card;
	(b)	"Registrar" means Registrar as defined under the Traffic 
Safety Act.
(2)  Identification information may be recorded in the Registrar's 
motor vehicle information system.
(3)  Identification information recorded in the Registrar's motor 
vehicle information system shall not be released by the Minister 
except to the persons to whom and in the circumstances under 
which information may be released under the Access to Motor 
Vehicle Information Regulation (AR 140/2003).



Alberta Regulation 186/2007
Nursing Homes Act
NURSING HOMES OPERATION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: September 10, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Seniors and Community Supports 
(M.O. 022/2007) on August 30, 2007 pursuant to section 24(g) of the Nursing Homes 
Act. 
1   The Nursing Homes Operation Regulation (AR 258/85) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 3(1) is amended
	(a)	in clause (a) by striking out "$39.62" and 
substituting "$41.50";
	(b)	in clause (b) by striking out "$42.00" and 
substituting "$44.00";
	(c)	in clause (c) by striking out "$48.30" and 
substituting "$50.75".

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


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Alberta Regulation 187/2007
Municipal Government Act
EQUALIZED ASSESSMENT VARIANCE REGULATION, 2008
Filed: September 12, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 396/2007) 
on September 12, 2007 pursuant to section 603 of the Municipal Government Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definition
	2	Variations of equalized assessment
	3	Prohibition of appeal
	4	Repeal
	5	Expiry
	6	Coming into force
Definition
1   In this Regulation, "Act" means the Municipal Government Act.
Variations of equalized assessment
2   In any year, the Minister may, by order, vary the equalized 
assessment prepared for a municipality under Part 9, Division 5 of the 
Act for the purposes of school requisitions required by and under 
sections 164 and 174 of the School Act.
Prohibition of appeal
3   Where the Minister varies an equalized assessment under section 2, 
the Municipal Government Board has no jurisdiction under section 
488(1) of the Act to hear an appeal relating to the varied equalized 
assessment.
Repeal
4   The Equalized Assessment Variance Regulation, 2006 
(AR 240/2005) is repealed.
Expiry
5   This Regulation, being made under section 603(1) of the Act, will 
be repealed by and as provided for in section 603(2) of the Act.
Coming into force
6   This Regulation comes into force on December 31, 2007.


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Alberta Regulation 188/2007
Feeder Associations Guarantee Act
FEEDER ASSOCIATIONS GUARANTEE AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: September 12, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 398/2007) 
on September 12, 2007 pursuant to section 5 of the Feeder Associations Guarantee 
Act. 
1   The Feeder Associations Guarantee Regulation 
(AR 75/98) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 7 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1)
	(i)	in clause (a) by striking out "$50 000" and 
substituting "$100 000";
	(ii)	in clause (b) by striking out "$200 000" and 
substituting "$300 000";
	(b)	in subsection (1.1)
	(i)	in clause (a) by striking out "$50 000" and 
substituting "$100 000";
	(ii)	in clause (b) by striking out "$200 000" and 
substituting "$300 000".

3   Section 17(4)(e) is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
	(e)	the feeder must use
	(i)	different branding locations, or
	(ii)	the combination of the same branding location and the 
specific sex of the cattle
		for cattle subject to different due dates and shall not attempt 
to substitute cattle subject to one due date with those subject 
to a different due date, and

4   Section 21 is amended by striking out "June 30, 2008" and 
substituting "June 30, 2012".


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Alberta Regulation 189/2007
Livestock Diseases Act
DESTRUCTION AND DISPOSAL OF DEAD  
ANIMALS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: September 12, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 399/2007) 
on September 12, 2007 pursuant to section 12 of the Livestock Diseases Act. 
1   The Destruction and Disposal of Dead Animals 
Regulation (AR 229/2000) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 2(5)(a) is repealed.


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Alberta Regulation 190/2007
Mandatory Testing and Disclosure Act
MANDATORY TESTING AND DISCLOSURE REGULATION
Filed: September 12, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 401/2007) 
on September 12, 2007 pursuant to section 18 of the Mandatory Testing and 
Disclosure Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Communicable disease
	2	Communicable disease database
	3	Physician's qualifications
	4	Qualified health professionals
	5	Qualified analyst's qualifications
	6	Application for testing order
	7	Physician's report
	8	Expiry
	9	Coming into force 
 
Schedules
Communicable disease
1   The following are communicable diseases for the purposes of the 
Act:
	(a)	Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection/Acquired 
Immunodeficiency Syndrome (HIV/AIDS);
	(b)	Hepatitis B;
	(c)	Hepatitis C.
Communicable disease database
2   The following are communicable disease databases:
	(a)	Northern and Southern Alberta HIV Program databases;
	(b)	Alberta Health and Wellness Communicable Disease 
Reporting System database;
	(c)	Provincial Laboratory for Public Health (Microbiology) 
database.
Physician's qualifications
3   For the purposes of preparing a physician's report under section 7 
of the Act, a physician must be a member in good standing with the 
College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta.
Qualified health professionals
4   The following are qualified health professionals:
	(a)	medical laboratory technologists;
	(b)	physicians;
	(c)	registered nurses;
	(d)	licensed practical nurses;
	(e)	combined laboratory and x-ray technicians.
Qualified analyst's qualifications
5   A qualified analyst is a registered medical laboratory technologist 
who performs analytic services in a laboratory accredited by the 
College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta.
Application for testing order
6   The form for an application for a testing order under section 3 of 
the Act is set out in Schedule 1.
Physician's report
7(1)  The form for a physician's report under section 7 of the Act is set 
out in Schedule 2.
(2)  In addition to providing a copy of the physician's report under 
section 4(6) of the Act, a physician must, if requested by the Chief 
Medical Officer of Health, provide a copy of any other information 
relating to the physician's report to the Chief Medical Officer of 
Health.
Expiry
8   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for 
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be 
repassed in its present or an amended form following a review, this 
Regulation expires on September 30, 2017.
Coming into force
9   This Regulation comes into force on the coming into force of the 
Mandatory Testing and Disclosure Act.
Schedule 1 
 
Originating Notice of Application for Testing Order 
 
In The Provincial Court of Alberta 
In the Matter of an Application Under Section 3(3) of the  
Mandatory Testing and Disclosure Act
Between
                                                                                          Applicant  
of           (Applicant's address for service)     
and
                 (Source individual's name)             Respondent
of   (Source individual's address for service)  
Notice of Hearing
Take notice that an application for a testing order will be made on 
behalf of the applicant at a court hearing scheduled before the 
presiding judge in
                                      (Court address)                                            
on the                      day of                         , 20   at              a.m./p.m. or 
as soon thereafter as this application may be heard.
Further take notice that if you do not appear at the hearing, a testing 
order* may be granted in your absence.
Further take notice that in support of this application will be read the 
following Affidavit:
Affidavit - Reasons for Application
I,     (Applicant's name)   , of    (Applicant's address for service)  , am 
applying for a testing order pursuant to section 3 of the Mandatory 
Testing and Disclosure Act.  I hereby make oath and say/solemnly 
affirm:
(1)  My reasons for making the application (including the date of and 
circumstances in which it is believed that the applicant came into 
contact with a bodily substance of the source individual) are as 
follows:

(2)  The following attempts have been made to determine if the source 
individual is infected with a pathogen that causes a communicable 
disease (For example, was the source individual requested to 
voluntarily provide a sample?):

(3)  Additional information:

Attached to this application as Exhibit "A" is the Physician's Report as 
prescribed in the regulations.

SWORN/AFFIRMED BEFORE ME on      ) 
                   , 20      at                                    )   (Signature of Applicant)	 
                                                                      ) 
(Commissioner for Oaths                             )  
in and for the Province of Alberta)              )
* "testing order" is defined in the Mandatory Testing and Disclosure 
Act as "an order made by the Provincial Court that directs the Chief 
Medical Officer of Health to search the communicable disease 
databases or that directs a source individual to allow a qualified health 
professional to take a sample of a bodily substance from the source 
individual for analysis, or both".
Schedule 2  
 
Physician's Report 
Mandatory Testing and Disclosure Act
In the matter of the application of    (Applicant's name)   , for a testing 
order under section 3 of the Mandatory Testing and Disclosure Act, I, 
Dr.                                              , as a member in good standing with 
the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta, report the 
following:
(a)	I am knowledgeable in assessing 
and managing blood and body 
fluid exposures.

 
? 
Yes
 
? 
No
(b)	A history of the applicant's 
account of contact with a bodily 
substance of the source individual 
has been obtained by me.

 
 
 
? 
Yes
 
 
 
? 
No
(c)	The applicant has been examined 
by me.

? 
Yes
? 
No
(d)	It has been determined that the 
applicant is not immune to or has 
not tested positive for:
 
 
Hepatitis B
 
? 
Yes
 
? 
No

 
Hepatitis C
? 
Yes
? 
No

 
HIV
? 
Yes
? 
No
(e)	Post Exposure Prophylaxis for 
Hepatitis B has been prescribed for 
the applicant.

 
? 
Yes
 
? 
No
	I have confirmed that the applicant 
has commenced this prophylaxis.

 
? 
Yes
 
? 
No
(f)	Post Exposure Prophylaxis for 
HIV has been prescribed for the 
applicant.

 
? 
Yes
 
? 
No
	I have confirmed that the applicant 
has commenced this prophylaxis.

 
? 
Yes
 
? 
No
	If No in (e) and/or (f), why? 
		1.  Patient refused
		2.  Not medically required
		3.  Other
 
? 
 
? 
 
?


If other, please explain:
	 
	 
	
(g)   Additional physician comments:
	 
	 
	 
	
Based on the information provided by the applicant, the examination 
and testing performed, and the incubation periods for pathogens in the 
human body, it is my opinion that:
1.	There are reasonable grounds to 
believe that the applicant might 
have become infected with a 
pathogen that causes a 
communicable disease resulting 
from the applicant's contact with a 
bodily substance of the source 
individual.

 
 
 
 
 
 
? 
Yes
 
 
 
 
 
 
? 
No
2.	An examination and tests on the 
applicant cannot accurately 
determine, in a timely manner, 
whether the applicant has, as a 
result of the contact with a bodily 
substance from the source 
individual, become infected with a 
pathogen that causes a 
communicable disease.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
? 
Yes
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
? 
No
3.	A testing order is necessary to treat 
or manage the health of the 
applicant.

 
? 
Yes
 
? 
No
4.	This testing order should include 
the following instructions:



	A serum sample should be 
obtained from the source 
individual for the following tests:




HIV Antibody
?

Hepatitis C 
Antibody
 
?

Hepatitis B Surface 
Antigen
 
?

Other
?
If other, please list tests which should be conducted on the sample(s) 
obtained:
	 
	 
	 
	
      (Signature of physician)                          (Business address)     
   (Business facsimile number)           (Business telephone number)  


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Alberta Regulation 191/2007
Seniors Benefit Act
SENIORS BENEFIT ACT GENERAL AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: September 12, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 411/2007) 
on September 12, 2007 pursuant to section 6 of the Seniors Benefit Act. 
1   The Seniors Benefit Act General Regulation (AR 213/94) 
is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 3 is amended by adding the following after 
subsection (4):
(5)  An individual is not eligible for the supplementary 
accommodation assistance component of the benefit if the individual 
lives in accommodation other than
	(a)	a long-term care centre, or
	(b)	a designated assisted living unit.

3   The Schedule is amended
	(a)	in section 3(4) by striking out "benefit" and 
substituting "assistance component of the benefit";
	(b)	in section 4 by striking out "benefit" wherever it 
occurs and substituting "assistance component of the 
benefit";
	(c)	by adding the following after section 4:
4.1(1)  For the month of September 2007 and subsequent 
months, the supplementary accommodation assistance 
component of the benefit is based on the applicant's 
accommodation status and, if applicable, the accommodation 
status of the applicant's spouse or adult interdependent partner.
(2)  For the month of September 2007 and subsequent months, 
the supplementary accommodation assistance component of 
the benefit is calculated monthly
	(a)	by adding $265 to the monthly accommodation charge 
of $1544, and
	(b)	by subtracting from the amount calculated under clause 
(a) the monthly average of the previous year's total 
income, not including any supplementary 
accommodation assistance component of the benefit 
received in the previous year, of the applicant and, if 
applicable, the applicant's spouse or adult 
interdependent partner.
(3)  The supplementary accommodation assistance component of 
the benefit calculated under this section must not exceed $500 
per month.
4.2(1)  An individual who is living in a long-term care centre or 
a designated assisted living unit immediately prior to October 1, 
2007 may receive the supplementary accommodation assistance 
component of the benefit calculated in accordance with section 
4.1 instead of in accordance with section 4 if the calculation in 
accordance with section 4.1 results in a higher benefit for that 
individual.
(2)  Where an individual referred to in subsection (1) receives the 
supplementary accommodation assistance component of the 
benefit as calculated in accordance with section 4.1, that 
individual's payment must continue to be calculated in 
accordance with section 4.1 and must not thereafter be calculated 
in accordance with section 4.
4.3   An individual who enters a long-term care centre or a 
designated assisted living unit on or after October 1, 2007 must 
receive the supplementary accommodation assistance component 
of the benefit calculated in accordance with section 4.1.
	(d)	in the Table by repealing Part 3 and substituting the 
following:
Part 3
 
 
 
Accommodation and 
Relationship 
Category
 
 
 
 
 
Percentage
Maximum 
Annual 
Supplementary 
Accommodation 
Assistance 
Component
Long-term Care 
Centre
46.78%
$7680
Designated Assisted 
Living Unit
 
46.78%
 
$7680
	(e)	in the Note following the Table by striking out "July" 
and substituting "September".


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Alberta Regulation 192/2007
Fatality Inquiries Act
FATALITY INQUIRIES AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: September 12, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 413/2007) 
on September 12, 2007 pursuant to section 55 of the Fatality Inquiries Act. 
1   The Fatality Inquiries Regulation (AR 65/2000) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   The Schedule is amended
	(a)	in section 1(1)
	(i)	in clause (a) by striking out "$140" and 
substituting "$145";
	(ii)	in clause (b) by striking out "$195" and 
substituting "$200";
	(iii)	in clause (c) by striking out "$95" and 
substituting "$100";
	(iv)	in clause (d) by striking out "$55" and 
substituting "$60";
	(v)	in clause (e) by striking out "$65" and 
substituting "$70";
	(vi)	in clause (f) by striking out "$60" and 
substituting "$65";
	(b)	in section 2 by striking out "$535" and substituting 
"$555";
	(c)	in section 3
	(i)	in subsection (1)
	(A)	by striking out "$92" and substituting "$95";
	(B)	by striking out "$0.73" and substituting 
"$0.75";
	(ii)	in subsection (2) by striking out "$25" and 
substituting "$26";
	(iii)	in subsection (3) by striking out "$40" and 
substituting "$41";
	(iv)	in subsection (5) by striking out "$40" and 
substituting "$41";
	(d)	in section 4
	(i)	in subsection (1)
	(A)	in clause (a) by striking out "$66" and 
substituting "$68";
	(B)	in clause (b) by striking out "$55" and 
substituting "$60";
	(C)	in clause (c) by striking out "$21" and 
substituting "$22";
	(ii)	in subsection (2) by striking out "$21" and 
substituting "$22";
	(e)	in section 6(2) by striking out "$55" and substituting 
"$60".

3   This Regulation comes into force on September 15, 
2007.



Alberta Regulation 193/2007
Protection of Sexually Exploited Children Act
COURT FORMS AND PROCEDURES AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: September 12, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 417/2007) 
on September 12, 2007 pursuant to section 8 of the Protection of Children Involved in 
Prostitution Act. 
1   The Court Forms and Procedures Regulation (AR 7/99) is 
amended by this Regulation.



2   The Schedule is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
Schedule 
 
Form 1 
 
In The Provincial Court of Alberta
In the Matter of the Protection of 
Sexually Exploited Children Act


Application for an Apprehension Order
 1    Regarding the child,     (name)    , born   (year/month/day)   .
My name is 	(name)                        .
	?		I am a police officer.
	?		I am a person delegated to act for a director pursuant to 
section 121(3) of the Child, Youth and Family Enhancement 
Act.
	
 2      Application
I am applying for an order under section 2 of the Protection of Sexually 
Exploited Children Act:
	?	authorizing a police officer or director to apprehend and 
convey the child to the child's guardian or to an adult who in 
the opinion of the person apprehending the child is a 
responsible adult who has care and control of the child;
	?	authorizing a police officer or director to apprehend and 
convey the child to a protective safe house and authorizing a 
director to confine the child for up to 5 days to ensure the 
safety of the child and to assess the child;
	?	authorizing a police officer or director to enter, by force if 
necessary, the place or premises specified in my declaration 
below and to search for and apprehend the child.
	
 3      Declaration
In support of my application, I solemnly declare:
	?	I have reasonable and probable grounds to believe that this 
child is sexually exploited because the child is engaging in 
prostitution or attempting to engage in prostitution as shown 
by
				
				
	?	I have reasonable and probable grounds to believe that this 
child may be found at:
				(address)                                  
because     (state grounds)	
	
                                                 	  (year/month/day)        
  Applicant's signature
Declared before me at
          (city or town)         ,	Stamp of Commissioner for Oaths 
in the Province of Alberta on	 or                    
  (year/month/day)  	Seal of Notary Public      
                                                          
Notary Public or Commissioner 
for Oaths for Alberta
Form 2 
 
In The Provincial Court of Alberta
In the Matter of                            (name)	
Born on  (year/month/day)
A Child Within the Meaning of the Protection 
of Sexually Exploited Children Act
Heard Before The Honourable Judge/	on    (day of week)  ,  
Justice of the Peace   (name of Judge)  	the (day) of (month),  
/Justice of the Peace) at            , Alberta.	  (year)            
Apprehension Order
WHEREAS    (name)   , (police officer or director) , has applied for an 
order authorizing the apprehension of the child;
AND WHEREAS I am satisfied that the applicant has reasonable and 
probable grounds to believe that the child is sexually exploited because 
the child is engaging in prostitution or attempting to engage in 
prostitution;
?	IT IS ORDERED THAT a police officer or a director may 
apprehend the child and convey the child to    (name)   , the 
child's guardian, or to    (name)   , who in the opinion of the 
person apprehending the child is a responsible adult who has 
care and control of the child;
OR
?	IT IS ORDERED THAT a police officer or a director may 
apprehend the child and convey the child to a protective safe 
house, where a director may confine the child for up to 5 days 
and may assess the child;
AND WHEREAS I am satisfied that the child may be found in a place 
or premises;
?	IT IS FURTHER ORDERED THAT a police officer or a 
director may enter  (place or premises), using force if 
necessary, in order to search for and apprehend the child.
	 
	Judge or Presiding Justice of the Peace 
Form 3 
 
In The Provincial Court of Alberta
In the Matter of the Protection of  
Sexually Exploited Children Act
Appearance to Show Cause for Confinement
 1      Regarding the child,    (name)   , born   (year/month/day)   .
My name is 	(name)                         .
	?	I am a person delegated to act for a director pursuant to 
section 121(3) of the Child, Youth and Family Enhancement 
Act.
	
 2      Appearance to Show Cause for Confinement
I am appearing to show cause why the confinement of the child was 
necessary, because the child was confined under section 2(10) of the 
Protection of Sexually Exploited Children Act without an order.
The child was apprehended on 	(year/month/day)     .             
The child was confined on  (year/month/day)   at   (name of protective 
safe house)  .
	
 3      Declaration
I solemnly declare that I have reasonable and probable grounds to 
believe it was necessary to confine this child to ensure the safety of 
this child and to assess the child because                                       and I 
make this solemn declaration conscientiously believing it to be true 
and knowing that it is of the same force and effect as if made under 
oath.
                                        	  (year/month/day)  
   (Applicant's signature)
Declared before me at
          (city or town)         ,	Stamp of Commissioner for Oaths 
in the Province of Alberta on	 or                    
  (year/month/day)  	Seal of Notary Public      
                                                          
Notary Public or Commissioner 
for Oaths for Alberta
	
 4      Notice to the Child
This is your notice that I will be appearing in Court to show cause why 
you were confined by the director for a period of         days.
The court hearing will be at    (address)    on   (year/month/day)   .
You may attend the hearing and may be represented by a lawyer at any 
appearance before the Court.  The telephone number of the Child and 
Youth Advocate, Legal Representation for Children and Youth Office, 
is                                  .
A judge will hear my information as soon as possible after  (time) .  If 
you want to speak to the judge about my information, you must attend 
the hearing.
Form 4 
 
In The Provincial Court of Alberta
In the Matter of the Protection of  
Sexually Exploited Children Act
Application and Request for Review of Confinement
 1     Regarding the child,    (name)  , born   (year/month/day)  .
My name is 	.
	?		I am the child.
	?	I am a guardian of the child. 
My address and telephone number are: 	.
	?		I am a person delegated to act for a director pursuant to 
section 121(3) of the Child, Youth and Family Enhancement 
Act.
	
 2      Application to the Court
I am applying for a review of
	?	the director's decision to confine me in a protective safe 
house for up to 5 days (only the child may apply)
	?	the Court's order to confine the child in a protective safe 
house for        days (the child, guardian or a director may 
apply)
made on   (year/month/day)   and terminating on   (year/month/day)  .
I am applying for an order to:
	?		vary the existing order.
	?	terminate the existing order.
I am applying for this review because: 	.
	
 3      Notice of Court Application
This is your notice that I am applying to the Court for a review under 
the Protection of Sexually Exploited Children Act of
	?	the director's decision to confine me in a protective safe 
house for up to 5 days.
	?	the Court's order to confine the child in a protective safe 
house for           days.
The court hearing will be at     (address)    on   (year/month/day)  .
A judge will hear my application as soon as possible after   (time)  .  If 
you want to speak to the judge about my application, you must attend 
the hearing. 
At the end of the hearing, the judge may make an order.  The judge 
may make an order other than what I apply for.
If you do not attend the court hearing, the judge may still make an 
order.
                                      	  (year/month/day)   
(Applicant's signature)
Form 5 
 
In The Provincial Court of Alberta
In the Matter of the Protection of  
Sexually Exploited Children Act
Notice and Application for a Confinement Order
 1      Regarding the child,    (name)  , born   (year/month/day)  .
My name is 	.
I am a person delegated to act for a director pursuant to section 121(3) 
of the Child, Youth and Family Enhancement Act.
 2      Application to the Court
This child is the subject of
	?	a director's authorization for confinement beginning on 
  (year/month/day)   and terminating on   (year/month/day)  .  
I am applying for an order to confine this child for a period 
of        days.
	?	a Court order confining the child for         days granted 
  (year/month/day)   and terminating on   (year/month/day)  .  
I am applying for a renewal of this confinement order for a 
further period of        days.
I am of the opinion that the child would benefit from a further period 
of confinement.  There is evidence to show that
	?	release of this child from a protective safe house presents a 
risk to the life or safety of the child because the child is 
unable or unwilling to stop engaging in or attempting to 
engage in prostitution,
	?	less intrusive measures are not adequate to reduce the risk, 
and
	?	it is in the best interests of the child to be further confined for 
the purposes of making programs and other services available 
to the child in a safe and secure environment.
The evidence is 	.
 3      Notice to the Child
This is your notice that I am applying to the Court for an order to 
confine you under the Protection of Sexually Exploited Children Act.  
A confinement order authorizes the director to confine you in a 
protective safe house.
The court hearing will be at     (address)     on   (year/month/day)  .
A judge will hear my application as soon as possible after    (time)   .  
If you want to speak to the judge about my application, you must 
attend the hearing.  At the end of the hearing, the judge may make an 
order to confine you.
If you do not attend the court hearing, the judge may still make an 
order.
                                      	  (year/month/day)   
(Applicant's signature)
Form 6 
 
In The Provincial Court of Alberta
In the Matter of                            (name)	
Born on   (year/month/day)  
A Child Within the Meaning of the Protection 
of Sexually Exploited Children Act
Heard Before The Honourable Judge/	on    (day of week)  ,  
Justice of the Peace   (name of Judge)  	the (day) of (month),  
/Justice of the Peace) at            , Alberta.	  (year)            
Confinement Order
WHEREAS    (name)   , delegated by a director, has applied for an 
order for confinement of    (child's name)   ;
AND WHEREAS I am satisfied that
	?	release of the child from a protective safe house presents a 
risk to the life or safety of the child because the child is 
unable or unwilling to stop engaging in or attempting to 
engage in prostitution,
	?	less intrusive measures are not adequate to reduce the risk, 
and
	?	it is in the best interests of the child to order a period of 
further confinement for the purposes of making programs and 
other services available to the child in a safe and secure 
environment;
IT IS ORDERED THAT the child be confined in a protective safe 
house specified by a director for        days commencing forthwith and 
terminating on the            day of                        , 20     .
	 
	Judge or Presiding Justice of the Peace 
TAKE NOTICE THAT:
1	This order may be reviewed on the application of the child, the 
child's guardian or a director.
2	A copy of the form to apply to the Court for a review may be 
obtained from a director or the person in charge of the protective 
safe house in which the child is confined.
3	The Court must hear the request for review not more than 5 days 
after the application is filed with the Court, unless the Court 
extends the time before the hearing.
4	The child may be represented by a lawyer on any application to 
the Court.
5	The telephone number of the nearest office of the Child and 
Youth Advocate, Legal Representation for Children and Youth 
Office, is 	.
To:  Clerk of the Court 
        A director 
        The Child

3   This Regulation comes into force on the coming into 
force of the Protection of Children Involved in Prostitution 
Amendment Act, 2007.



Alberta Regulation 194/2007
Protection of Sexually Exploited Children Act
PROTECTION OF SEXUALLY EXPLOITED CHILDREN REGULATION
Filed: September 12, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Children's Services (M.O. 20/07) on 
August 30, 2007 pursuant to section 8 of the Protection of Sexually Exploited 
Children Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Protective safe houses
	2	Assessments
	3	Services for 18 to 21 year olds
	4	Prescribed forms
	5	Repeal
	6	Expiry
	7	Coming into force


 
Forms
Protective safe houses
1   The following are protective safe houses for the purposes of the 
Act:
	(a)	Yellowhead Youth Centre (Edmonton);
	(b)	Hull Child and Family Services (Calgary).
Assessments
2   An assessment by a director of a child confined to a protective safe 
house pursuant to section 2 of the Act must include, but is not 
restricted to,
	(a)	an assessment of the child's physical and emotional 
well-being,
	(b)	an assessment of the child's use of alcohol, drugs and other 
intoxicating substances,
	(c)	an assessment of the child's risk of self-harm and of 
engaging in or attempting to engage in prostitution,
	(d)	an assessment of the level of family involvement with the 
child and the involvement of other persons having a close 
relationship with the child, and
	(e)	an assessment of whether the child is in need of intervention 
services under the Child, Youth and Family Enhancement 
Act.
Services for 18 to 21 year olds
3(1)  For the purposes of assisting a person referred to in section 7.2 of 
the Act to remain free of being sexually exploited because of 
involvement in prostitution after that person attains 18 years of age, a 
director may enter into an agreement with that person to continue to 
provide the following services to that person if, in the opinion of the 
director, the services are not reasonably available to that person from 
other sources:
	(a)	living accommodations;
	(b)	support and assistance relating to the necessities of life;
	(c)	any other services that, in the opinion of the director, may be 
required;
	(d)	if the person is under 20 years of age, the following 
additional services:
	(i)	health benefits;
	(ii)	residential services;
	(iii)	financial assistance for training.
(2)  No agreement under subsection (1) may be entered into or remains 
in force after the person's 22nd birthday.
Prescribed forms
4(1)  An agreement referred to in section 7.1 of the Act must be in 
Form 1.
(2)  An agreement referred to in section 7.2 of the Act must be in Form 
2.
Repeal
5   The Protection of Children Involved in Prostitution Regulation 
(AR 5/99) is repealed.
Expiry
6   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for 
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be 
repassed in its present or an amended form following a review, this 
Regulation expires on November 30, 2012.
Coming into force
7   This Regulation comes into force on the coming into force of the 
Protection of Children Involved in Prostitution Amendment Act, 2007.
Form 1 
 
Voluntary Service Agreement
 1     Regarding the child,     (name)   , born  (year/month/day)  , of     
(address)   .
 2    	Agreement
This agreement is made according to section 7.1 of the Protection of 
Sexually Exploited Children Act.
	?	This agreement is made between a director, the child and the 
child's guardian,     (guardian's name)    of    (address)   , or
	?	This agreement is made between a director and the child, if 
the child is 16 years of age or over.
We agree that this agreement is effective from         to         unless 
otherwise cancelled.
We agree that the child will be provided with the programs and 
services in the attached Service Plan.
We agree that we can make changes to this agreement if the changes 
are made in writing and if all of us agree to the changes.
We agree that, if one of us wants to cancel the agreement, that person 
will provide to the other persons who entered into the agreement 
written notification that sets a date for the agreement to end.
 3    	Guardian's Financial Responsibilities
The guardian agrees to contribute the following toward maintaining the child:
? dental costs
? optical costs
? prescription drugs
? school fees
? other    (specify)   
? clothing 
? recreation costs 
? counselling fees 

? payments of $       per 
month.  These payments will 
be made on the     (day)    of 
every month starting on 
    (date)   .
? a one-time payment of 
$             to be paid by 
    (date)    . 

The guardian will make payments to:
? the Minister of Finance by supplying the payments to a director at 
      (worksite address)      .
? other (please explain) ____________________________________________. 

 4    	Signatures
    (year/month/day)              	 
         (date)	Child's Signature      
    (year/month/day)              	 
            (date)	Guardian's Signature (required only if 
	guardian is party to this agreement)
    (year/month/day)              	 
            (date)	Signature of director or 
	director's delegate  
Attachment 
 
Service Plan
Form 2 
 
Post 18 Voluntary Service Agreement
 1     Regarding the person,     (name)   , born  (year/month/day)  .
         ID Number 	
 2    	Agreement
This agreement is made according to section 7.2 of the Protection of 
Sexually Exploited Children Act.
This agreement is made between a director and    (name of person 
making this agreement)    of    (address)   .
We agree that this agreement is effective from   (yyyy/mm/dd)   to 
  (yyyy/mm/dd)   unless cancelled earlier.  (NOTE:  The expiry date 
may not go beyond the person's 22nd birthday.)
We have read and agree to the Transition to Independence Plan that is 
attached to this agreement.
We agree that the person making the agreement will be provided with 
the programs and services in the attached Service Plan.
We agree that we can make changes to this agreement if the changes 
are made in writing and if all of us agree to the changes.
We agree that to cancel this agreement, one of us must provide a letter 
to the other person that sets a date for the agreement to end.
 3    	Terms of Agreement
 4    	Signatures
    (year/month/day)              	 
         (date)	Person Making This Agreement     
    (year/month/day)              	 
            (date)	Director's Delegate               

Attachments 
 
Service Plan 
 
Transition to Independence Plan

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