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Alberta Regulation 203/2007
Municipal Government Act
HIGHWAY 12/21 REGIONAL WATER SERVICES COMMISSION 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 3, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 439/2007) 
on October 3, 2007 pursuant to section 602.02 of the Municipal Government Act. 
1   The Highway 12/21 Regional Water Services 
Commission Regulation (AR 195/2006) is amended by this 
Regulation.

2   Section 2 is amended by adding the following after 
clause (a):
	(a.1)	Lacombe County;


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Alberta Regulation 204/2007
Safety Codes Act
PERMIT REGULATION
Filed: October 3, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 441/2007) 
on October 3, 2007 pursuant to section 65 of the Safety Codes Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Interpretation
	2	Exemptions
Part 1 
Permits
	3	Permit required
	4	Permit not required
	5	Liability
Building Discipline
	6	Building permit
	7	Building discipline permit holder
Electrical Discipline
	8	Electrical permit
	9	Electrical discipline permit holder
Fire Discipline
	10	Storage tank system permit
	11	Fire discipline permit holder
Gas Discipline
	12	Gas permit
	13	Gas discipline permit holder
Plumbing Discipline
	14	Plumbing permit
	15	Plumbing permit holder
Private Sewage Discipline
	16	Private sewage disposal permit
	17	Private sewage system permit holder
Utility Connections
	18	Gas, electricity, water
Information System
	19	Permit information
Part 2 
Permit Administration
	20	Form of permit application
	21	Required permit issued - terms
	22	Terms and conditions of permit
	23	Annual permit
	24	Responsibilities of the permit holder
	25	Term of a permit
	26	Refusal to issue, suspension or cancellation
	27	Deviation from permit conditions
	28	Permit transfer, termination
Part 3 
Expiry and Coming Into Force
	29	Expiry
	30	Coming into force
Interpretation
1(1)  In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Act" means the Safety Codes Act;
	(b)	"Administrator" means an Administrator appointed under 
section 14 of the Act with respect to the applicable discipline;
	(c)	"Alberta Building Code" means the Alberta Building Code 
2006 declared in force by the Building Code Regulation 
(AR 117/2007);
	(d)	"Alberta Electrical Utility Code" means the Alberta 
Electrical and Communication Utility Code, Second Edition, 
2002 declared in force by the Electrical Code Regulation 
(AR 209/2006);
	(e)	"Alberta Fire Code" means the Alberta Fire Code 2006 
declared in force by the Fire Code Regulation 
(AR 118/2007);
	(f)	"Electrical Code" means the Canadian Electrical Code, 
Part 1, Twentieth Edition, C22.1-06, as amended by and 
declared in force by the Electrical Code Regulation 
(AR 209/2006);
	(g)	"electrician" means a person who holds a trade certificate or 
equivalency in the electrician trade acceptable under the 
Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act;
	(h)	"electronic signature" means information that a person 
creates, adopts, records, transmits or stores in digital or other 
intangible form in order to effect a signature on a document 
and that is either in, attached to or associated with that 
document;
	(i)	"farm building" means a building located on agricultural land 
as defined in the Agricultural Operation Practices Act that is 
occupied for an agricultural operation as defined in the 
Agricultural Operation Practices Act, including, but not 
limited to,
	(i)	housing livestock,
	(ii)	storing, sorting, grading or bulk packaging of 
agricultural products that have not undergone secondary 
processing, and
	(iii)	housing, storing or maintaining machinery that is 
undertaken in the building;
	(j)	"gasfitter" means a person who holds a trade certificate or 
equivalency in the gasfitter trade acceptable under the 
Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act;
	(k)	"master electrician" means a person who holds a master 
electrician certificate of competency issued pursuant to the 
Act;
	(l)	"parcel of land" means a parcel of land as defined in section 
616 of the Municipal Government Act;
	(m)	"permit issuer" means a safety codes officer or a person 
designated to issue permits pursuant to section 44 of the Act;
	(n)	"plumber" means a person who holds a trade certificate or 
equivalency in the plumber trade acceptable under the 
Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act;
	(o)	"private sewage installer" means a person who holds a 
private sewage installer certificate of competency issued 
pursuant to the Act;
	(p)	"relocatable industrial accommodation" means a building to 
which Part 10 of the Alberta Building Code applies;
	(q)	"restricted master electrician" means a person who holds a 
restricted master electrician certificate of competency issued 
pursuant to the Act;
	(r)	"restricted private sewage installer" means a person who 
holds a restricted private sewage installer certificate of 
competency issued pursuant to the Act;
	(s)	"rural wireman" means a person who holds a rural wireman 
certificate of competency issued pursuant to the Act;
	(t)	"sign installation technician" means a person who is 
permitted to perform sign installation tasks in the electrical 
trade pursuant to an authorization under the Apprenticeship 
and Industry Training Act;
	(u)	"single family residential dwelling" means a residential 
dwelling for a single family that includes, if applicable, a 
residential garage or accessory structure associated by use to 
the dwelling, if the garage or structure is situated on the same 
parcel of land as the dwelling;
	(v)	"undertaking" means the construction of a thing or the 
control or operation of a thing, process or activity to which 
the Act applies.
(2)  Unless otherwise defined in the Act or this Regulation, the 
definitions in a code, standard or body of rules relating to the building, 
electrical, gas plumbing or private sewage discipline declared in force 
under the Act apply to this Regulation.
Exemptions
2   This Regulation does not apply to the following:
	(a)	an accredited corporation operating within the scope of its 
terms of accreditation;
	(b)	equipment and materials regulated under the Elevating 
Devices, Passenger Ropeways and Amusement Rides Permit 
Regulation (AR 286/2002);
	(c)	equipment, materials and systems regulated under the 
Pressure Equipment Safety Regulation (AR 49/2006).
Part 1 
Permits
Permit required
3(1)  Subject to subsection (2), a person shall not start any undertaking 
for which a permit is required under this Regulation unless a permit 
has been issued.
(2)  If a permit issuer is not readily available and there is imminent 
serious danger to, or imminent serious danger of damage to, persons or 
property because of any thing, process or activity to which this Act 
applies or because of a fire hazard or risk of an explosion, a person 
may, without a permit, start an undertaking for which a permit is 
required under this Regulation but that person must apply for a permit 
as soon as a permit issuer is available.
Permit not required
4   A permit is not required for
	(a)	an undertaking that a body accredited by the Standards 
Council of Canada has inspected pursuant to the body's 
terms of accreditation and has certified, or
	(b)	an undertaking governed by a quality control program 
acceptable to an Administrator.
Liability
5   A permit issued under this Regulation does not make or imply any 
assurance or guarantee about the life expectancy, durability, operating 
performance or workmanship of the equipment, materials or 
undertaking nor shall the permit be construed as an approval or 
acceptance of the undertaking.
Building Discipline
Building permit
6(1)  A permit in the building discipline is required for the following if 
the Alberta Building Code applies to it:
	(a)	the construction of a building, including the renovation or 
addition to a building;
	(b)	a change in occupancy of a building.
(2)  A permit issuer may require a separate permit for specific parts of 
the undertaking to which the Alberta Building Code applies if the 
specific parts involve a compulsory certification trade under the 
Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act.
(3)  Despite subsection (1), a permit is not required for the following:
	(a)	construction that does not exceed $5000 in prevailing market 
value if matters affecting health or safety are not at risk;
	(b)	painting, decorating, re-roofing or re-siding if
	(i)	matters affecting health or safety are not at risk, and
	(ii)	there is no structural change to the building;
	(c)	to replace or alter ducting serving a space heating appliance 
if
	(i)	it is located in a single family residential dwelling, and
	(ii)	there is no design change required to the heating and 
ventilation system.
(4)  Despite subsection (1), a permit is not required with respect to the 
relocation of a relocatable industrial accommodation if the relocatable 
industrial accommodation is at the relocation site for not more than 28 
days.
Building discipline permit holder
7(1)  A permit issuer may issue a permit in the building discipline to 
an owner of the building or to the owner's agent.
(2)  A permit issuer may issue a permit for an undertaking referred to 
in section 6(2) to the following:
	(a)	a person having the appropriate certification to carry out the 
undertaking as required by the Apprenticeship and Industry 
Training Act;
	(b)	an owner who resides in a single family residential dwelling 
for the installation of building systems in the dwelling.
(3)  Without limiting the generality of section 44(2) of the Act, for the 
purpose of achieving the level of safety intended by the Act and the 
regulations, a permit issuer may limit the type and scope of the 
undertaking for which a permit is issued under subsection (2)(b).
Electrical Discipline
Electrical permit
8(1)  A permit in the electrical discipline is required to install, alter or 
add to an electrical system.
(2)  Despite subsection (1), a permit is not required for the following:
	(a)	communication systems;
	(b)	electrical installations to which the CSA Standard CAN/CSA 
M421-00(R2000) The Use of Electricity in Mines applies;
	(c)	electrical installations related to an elevating device;
	(d)	extra low voltage, Class 2 electrical circuits unless they are 
for any of the following:
	(i)	safety control;
	(ii)	locations described as hazardous in the Electrical Code;
	(ii)	electro-medical purposes;
	(iv)	lighting;
	(e)	the replacement of electrical equipment with units of a 
similar type if the replacement is made for the purpose of 
maintaining the system and does not modify the ratings or 
characteristics of the electrical installation.
Electrical discipline permit holder
9(1)  A permit issuer may issue a permit in the electrical discipline to 
the following:
	(a)	a master electrician for any electrical system;
	(b)	a restricted master electrician for any electrical system within 
the scope of the restricted master electrician's certification;
	(c)	a rural wireman for an electrical undertaking in a residence, 
farm building or similar structure, in an area of Alberta 
prescribed by an Administrator, if the service ampacity does 
not exceed 100 amperes and 300 volts single phase;
	(d)	an owner who resides in a single family residential dwelling 
where the electrical system serves that dwelling;
	(e)	an owner of a farm building served by a single phase 
electrical system;
	(f)	an owner, operator or designate of a power line construction 
company or an electrical utility for the construction of an 
overhead or underground power system governed by the 
Alberta Electrical Utility Code;
	(g)	a sign installation technician to perform electrical 
undertakings within the scope of the technician's duties as 
permitted by the Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act;
	(h)	an owner or operator if the requirements of section 23 are 
met.
(2)  Without limiting the generality of section 44(2) of the Act, for the 
purpose of achieving the level of safety intended by the Act and the 
regulations, a permit issuer may limit the type and scope of the 
undertaking for which a permit is issued under subsection (1)(d) or (e).
Fire Discipline
Storage tank system permit
10   A permit in the fire discipline is required to install, alter or 
remove a storage tank system to which the Alberta Fire Code applies.
Fire discipline permit holder
11   A permit issuer may issue a permit in the fire discipline to the 
owner of the parcel of land on which the storage tank system is to be 
installed.
Gas Discipline
Gas permit
12(1)  A permit in the gas discipline is required to install, alter or add 
to a gas system.
(2)  Despite subsection (1), a permit is not required for the following:
	(a)	a gas system that uses propane or natural gas as an alternate 
or principal fuel for motive power on a motor vehicle;
	(b)	a gas system that uses propane or natural gas to provide 
conditioned air in a cargo transport unit;
	(c)	the replacement of a dryer, range, water heater or space 
heating appliance if
	(i)	it is located in a single family residential dwelling, and
	(ii)	no design change is required to any gas piping or 
venting system;
	(d)	the relocation, by a gas utility company, of a gas meter, 
including any piping changes that may be required for the 
relocation;
	(e)	a container having a propane capacity of not more than 454 
litres water capacity or when containers are manifolded 
together, the aggregate capacity of the containers does not 
exceed 454 litres water capacity;
	(f)	a propane container and installation serving a pump jack, 
flare stack or oil tank heater at an oil field well site.
Gas discipline permit holder
13(1)  A permit issuer may issue a permit in the gas discipline to the 
following:
	(a)	a gasfitter;
	(b)	an owner who resides in a single family residential dwelling 
if the gas system serves the dwelling;
	(c)	an owner of a farm building if the gas system serves the farm 
building;
	(d)	a person who has satisfactorily completed a course of 
training acceptable to the Administrator for the installation of 
liquefied petroleum tanks;
	(e)	a person who has satisfactorily completed a course of 
training acceptable to the Administrator for the installation of 
natural gas secondary lines;
	(f)	an owner or operator if the requirements of section 23 are 
met.
(2)  Without limiting the generality of section 44(2) of the Act, for the 
purpose of achieving the level of safety intended by the Act and the 
regulations, a permit issuer may limit the type and scope of the 
undertaking for which a permit is issued under subsection (1)(b) or (c).
Plumbing Discipline
Plumbing permit
14(1)  A permit in the plumbing discipline is required to install, alter 
or add to a plumbing system.
(2)  Despite subsection (1), a permit is not required for the following:
	(a)	to install a water service that connects a building to a 
municipal or private water supply;
	(b)	to install a building sewer or storm sewer outside of a 
building;
	(c)	to change a fixture, water heater, faucet, trap or valve if a 
design change to the piping system is not required;
	(d)	to install plumbing fixtures in a single family residential 
dwelling if roughed-in piping has been completed under 
another permit;
	(e)	to install residential water treatment devices in a single 
family residential dwelling.
Plumbing permit holder
15(1)  A permit issuer may issue a permit in the plumbing discipline to 
the following:
	(a)	a plumber;
	(b)	an owner who resides in a single family residential dwelling 
if the plumbing system serves the dwelling;
	(c)	an owner of a farm building if the plumbing system serves 
the farm building;
	(d)	an owner or operator if the requirements of section 23 are 
met.
(2)  Without limiting the generality of section 44(2) of the Act, for the 
purpose of achieving the level of safety intended by the Act and the 
regulations, a permit issuer may limit the type and scope of the 
undertaking for which a permit is issued under subsection (1)(b) or (c).
Private Sewage Discipline
Private sewage disposal permit
16(1)  A permit in the private sewage discipline is required for a 
private sewage disposal system undertaking.
(2)  Despite subsection (1), a permit is not required for the replacement 
of any equipment of a private sewage disposal system with units of a 
similar type if the replacement is made for the purpose of maintaining 
the system and does not modify the design of the system.
Private sewage system permit holder
17(1)  A permit issuer may issue a permit in the private sewage 
discipline to the following:
	(a)	a private sewage installer for any private sewage system;
	(b)	a restricted private sewage installer for the installation of 
holding tank;
	(c)	an owner who resides in a single family residential dwelling 
for any private sewage system if the private sewage disposal 
system serves the dwelling;
	(d)	an owner of a farm building for any private sewage system if 
the private sewage disposal system serves the farm building.
(2)  Without limiting the generality of section 44(2) of the Act, for the 
purpose of achieving the level of safety intended by the Act and the 
regulations, a permit issuer may limit the type and scope of the 
undertaking for which a permit is issued under subsection (1)(c) or (d).
Utility Connections
Gas, electricity, water
18(1)  A supply of gas or electricity shall not be provided to a gas or 
electrical system unless
	(a)	the permit issued in respect of that installation is presented to 
the supplier,
	(b)	the permit issuer notifies the supplier that the required permit 
has been obtained, or
	(c)	the permit issuer authorizes a temporary connection.
(2)  Despite subsection (1), a permit or notification from a permit 
issuer does not obligate a supplier of gas or electricity to supply gas or 
electricity to an installation.
(3)  A permit or notification from a permit issuer does not obligate a 
supplier of water to supply water to a plumbing system.
Information System
Permit information
19   An Administrator or the Safety Codes Council may collect permit 
information from a permit issuer for use in an information system and 
may disclose the information in accordance with section 63 of the Act.
Part 2 
Permit Administration
Form of permit application
20   An application for a permit must be submitted in a form and in a 
manner satisfactory to the permit issuer and the application must
	(a)	state the use or proposed use of the premises,
	(b)	clearly set forth the address or location at or in which the 
undertaking will take place,
	(c)	include the owner's name and mailing address,
	(d)	include any further information as required to enable the 
permit issuer to determine the permit fee,
	(e)	describe the undertaking, including information, satisfactory 
to the permit issuer, regarding the technical nature and extent 
of the undertaking,
	(f)	set out the name, complete address, telephone number and 
evidence of credentials required of the permit applicant, 
together with the written or electronic signature of the permit 
applicant,
	(g)	for a permit for the building discipline,
	(i)	state the type of occupancy, and
	(ii)	set out the prevailing market value of the undertaking,
	(h)	include a method of payment of fees acceptable to the permit 
issuer, and
	(i)	include any further information that the permit issuer 
considers necessary, including the provision of
	(i)	a site plan that shows the actual dimensions of the 
parcel of land and the location of the proposed 
undertaking in relation to the boundaries of the parcel of 
land and other buildings on the same parcel of land,
	(ii)	copies of plans and specifications for the proposed 
undertaking, and
	(iii)	documentation required to verify information provided 
by the applicant.
Required permit issued - terms
21   A permit issued under this Regulation
	(a)	must include a unique identifier that has been assigned by the 
permit issuer to the undertaking,
	(b)	must state the date on which the permit is issued,
	(c)	must state the name of the owner and the person to whom the 
permit has been issued,
	(d)	must state where the undertaking is to take place,
	(e)	must describe the undertaking or portion of the undertaking 
governed by the permit, and
	(f)	may contain any other information that the permit issuer 
considers necessary.
Terms and conditions of permit
22   A permit issuer may issue a permit for an undertaking, or part of 
the undertaking, and may, without limiting the generality of section 
44(2) of the Act and subject to the applicable policies of the Minister 
and of the accredited municipality or accredited regional services 
commission, impose terms and conditions on the permit that are 
consistent with the purpose and intent of the Regulation, including, but 
not limited to,
	(a)	requiring that permission be obtained from the permit issuer 
before the occupancy or use of the construction, process or 
activity under the permit,
	(b)	setting the date on which the permit expires,
	(c)	setting a condition that causes the permit to expire,
	(d)	setting the period of time that the undertaking may be 
occupied, used or operated,
	(e)	setting out the scope of the undertaking being permitted,
	(f)	setting the location or locations of the undertaking being 
permitted,
	(g)	setting the qualifications of the person responsible for the 
undertaking,
	(h)	requiring an identification number or label to be affixed to 
the undertaking, and
	(i)	requiring the approval of a safety codes officer before any 
part of the building or system is covered or concealed.
Annual permit
23   A permit issuer may issue a permit in the electrical, gas or 
plumbing discipline allowing the owner or operator of the premises to 
perform minor repairs, alterations or additions on the premises under 
the following conditions:
	(a)	a person who holds a trade certificate in the appropriate trade 
under the Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act carries 
out the undertaking;
	(b)	the permit does not entitle the owner or operator to effect 
major alterations in or additions to the premises;
	(c)	the owner or operator maintains on the premises an accurate 
record of all repairs for the previous 2 years and makes the 
record available to a safety codes officer on request;
	(d)	the permit is limited to a one-year term, subject to renewal by 
the permit issuer.
Responsibilities of the permit holder
24   On the issuance of a permit, the permit holder must
	(a)	comply with the terms and conditions of the permit,
	(b)	undertake the construction, process or activity in accordance 
with the Act and applicable codes and standards,
	(c)	notify the permit issuer
	(i)	if the permit holder does not intend to complete the 
undertaking, or
	(ii)	if there is a change in ownership from the owner as 
stated on the permit application,
	(d)	ensure that all plans and specifications required to apply for 
the permit are available at the construction site at all 
reasonable times for inspection by a safety codes officer, and
	(e)	ensure that a permit for the building discipline is posted, or 
otherwise identified, at the construction site.
Term of a permit
25(1)  In the absence of a different term set under section 22, a permit 
expires if the undertaking to which it applies
	(a)	is not commenced within 90 days from the date of issue of 
the permit,
	(b)	is suspended or abandoned for a period of 120 days, or
	(c)	is in respect of a seasonal use residence and the undertaking 
is suspended or abandoned for a period of 240 days after the 
undertaking is started.
(2)  Despite subsection (1), when the term of a permit has not expired, 
a permit issuer may, in writing, and on the request of the permit holder, 
extend the permit for an additional fixed period of time that the permit 
issuer considers appropriate.
Refusal to issue, suspension or cancellation
26   Without restricting the generality of section 46 of the Act, a 
permit issuer may refuse to issue a permit and, without restricting the 
generality of section 44 of the Act, a safety codes officer may suspend 
or cancel a permit that has been issued if
	(a)	in the case of an addition or alteration, the existing 
undertaking is unsafe or will reduce the level of safety of the 
undertaking governed by the permit to below that which is 
intended by the Act and regulations, codes, standards or body 
of rules declared to be in force pursuant to the Act,
	(b)	incorrect or insufficient information is submitted with respect 
to the permit or the undertaking to be governed by the permit,
	(c)	in the opinion of the permit issuer, the undertaking for which 
the permit would be or has been issued would or does 
contravene the Act or another enactment,
	(d)	the permit fee has not been paid,
	(e)	there is a contravention of any condition under which the 
permit was issued, or
	(f)	the permit was issued in error.
Deviation from permit conditions
27   No person shall deviate or authorize a deviation from a permit or 
terms or conditions of a permit without first obtaining the written 
permission of the permit issuer.
Permit transfer, termination
28(1)  If a holder of a permit relinquishes the holder's interest or 
participation in the undertaking governed by the permit before the 
undertaking is completed, the permit or any label or identification 
number issued as part of a permit
	(a)	is terminated, and
	(b)	applies only to the part of the undertaking completed before 
the termination unless the permit issuer authorizes the permit 
or label or identification number to be transferred.
(2)  A permit is not transferable to any other person unless the transfer 
is authorized in writing by the permit issuer.
Part 3 
Expiry and Coming into Force
Expiry
29   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 January 31, 2015.
Coming into force
30   This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 2008.



Alberta Regulation 205/2007
Government Organization Act
AUTHORIZED ACCREDITED AGENCIES AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 3, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 442/2007) 
on October 3, 2007 pursuant to Schedule 10, section 2 of the Government 
Organization Act. 
1   The Authorized Accredited Agencies Regulation 
(AR 184/95) is amended by this Regulation.



2   Section 1(b) is repealed.

3   Section 2 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1)
	(i)	by striking out "The powers," and substituting 
"Subject to subsection (3), the powers,";
	(ii)	by striking out "safety codes officer" and 
substituting "permit issuer";
	(iii)	by striking out "Part 2 of" wherever it occurs;
	(b)	in subsection (2)
	(i)	by striking out "An Authorized" and substituting 
"Subject to subsection (3), an Authorized";
	(ii)	by striking out "an agency-permit" and 
substituting "a permit";
	(c)	by adding the following after subsection (2):
(3)  Subsections (1) and (2) do not apply with respect to the 
things, processes or activities for which
	(a)	a municipality is accredited, within the boundaries of 
the municipality, to perform the powers, duties and 
functions of a permit issuer under the Permit Regulation 
under the Act, and the powers, duties and functions of a 
safety codes officer under sections 34, 35, 37, 38, 43, 
44, 46 and 49 of the Act with respect to the Permit 
Regulation under the Act;
	(b)	a regional services commission is accredited, within the 
boundaries of its members, to perform the powers, 
duties and functions of a permit issuer under the Permit 
Regulation under the Act, and the powers, duties and 
functions of a safety codes officer under sections 34, 35, 
37, 38, 43, 44, 46 and 49 of the Act with respect to the 
Permit Regulation under the Act;
	(c)	a corporation is accredited, with respect to what is 
owned by or under its care and control, to perform the 
powers, duties and functions of a permit issuer under 
the Permit Regulation under the Act, and the powers, 
duties and functions of a safety codes officer under 
sections 34, 35, 37, 38, 43, 44, 46 and 49 of the Act 
with respect to the Permit Regulation under the Act.

4   This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 2008.


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Alberta Regulation 206/2007
Safety Codes Act
CERTIFICATION AND PERMIT AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 3, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 443/2007) 
on October 3, 2007 pursuant to section 65 of the Safety Codes Act. 
1   The Certification and Permit Regulation (AR 168/2002) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Parts 1 and 2 are repealed.

3   Section 54 is amended by striking out "2007" and 
substituting "2009".

4   Section 2 comes into force on April 1, 2008.



Alberta Regulation 207/2007
Farm Implement Act
FARM IMPLEMENT AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 3, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 445/2007) 
on October 3, 2007 pursuant to section 30 of the Farm Implement Act. 
1   The Farm Implement Regulation (AR 204/83) is amended 
by this Regulation.



2   The following is added before section 1:
0.1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"administrator" means an administrator designated under 
section 2.1;
	(b)	"financial institution" means any one or more of the 
following institutions:
	(i)	a bank within the meaning of the Bank Act (Canada);
	(ii)	a body corporate within the meaning of the Trust and 
Loan Companies Act (Canada);
	(iii)	a body corporate within the meaning of the Loan and 
Trust Corporations Act;
	(iv)	an association within the meaning of the Cooperative 
Credit Associations Act (Canada);
	(v)	a cooperative within the meaning of the Cooperatives 
Act;
	(vi)	a body corporate within the meaning of the Credit 
Union Act;
	(vii)	a body corporate within the meaning of the Insurance 
Companies Act (Canada);
	(viii)	a body corporate within the meaning of the Insurance 
Act;
	(ix)	Alberta Treasury Branches;
	(x)	the Agriculture Financial Services Corporation under 
the Agriculture Financial Services Act;
	(xi)	Farm Credit Canada continued under the Farm Credit 
Canada Act (Canada).

3   Section 2.1 is amended by striking out "Inspectors" and 
substituting "Administrators and inspectors".

4   Section 3 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1)
	(i)	by striking out "the inspector" and substituting 
"an administrator or an inspector";
	(ii)	in clause (b) by adding ", administrator" after 
"Minister";
	(b)	in subsection (2) by adding ", administrator" after 
"Minister".

5   Section 8.3 is amended by repealing clauses (c) and (d) 
and substituting the following:
	(c)	one person appointed by the Association of Equipment 
Manufacturers Canada or its successor organization;
	(d)	one person appointed by the Agricultural Manufacturers of 
Canada or its successor organization;

6   Section 8.6(a)(ii) is amended by striking out "60 days" and 
substituting "120 days".

7   Section 10 is amended by striking out "March 31, 2008" 
and substituting "March 31, 2015".

8   Schedule 1 is amended by striking out "section 25" 
wherever it occurs and substituting "section 26".



Alberta Regulation 208/2007
Mental Health Act
MENTAL HEALTH AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 3, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 446/2007) 
on October 3, 2007 pursuant to section 53 of the Mental Health Act. 
1   The Mental Health Regulation (AR 19/2004) is amended 
by this Regulation.

2   Section 1(1)(i) is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
	(i)	Chinook Regional Hospital;


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Alberta Regulation 209/2007
Court of Queen's Bench Act 
Dependent Adults Act
SURROGATE RULES AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 3, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 452/2007) 
on October 3, 2007 pursuant to section 20 of the Court of Queen's Bench Act and 
section 89 of the Dependent Adults Act. 
1   The Surrogate Rules (AR 130/95) are amended by this 
Regulation.

2   Rule 94 is amended by adding the following after subrule 
(3):
(4)  A declaration of presumption of death made by the court must 
contain particulars of the following information to the extent that 
those particulars have been established to the satisfaction of the 
court:
	(a)	the full name of the person presumed dead, including the 
person's maiden or married name, where applicable;
	(b)	the sex of the person presumed dead;
	(c)	the place where the death is presumed to have occurred;
	(d)	the date on which the death is presumed to have occurred.

3   Schedule 3 is amended
	(a)	by repealing Form NC 3 and substituting the 
following:
	NC 3
ESTATE NAME
DOCUMENT
                                                       
Schedule 1: Deceased
                                                      
Name
And any other name(s) by  
which known
Last residence address in full
Date of birth
Place of birth
Date of death
Place of death
Habitual province/state of  
residence
The deceased died

 
 
                                                       
                                                       
                                                       
                                                       
                                                       
                                                       

                                                       
Testate:                                    
Intestate:                                  
After a thorough search of all 
likely places, no testamentary 
paper of the deceased has 
been found.
IMMEDIATE FAMILY
Complete information or state none in each category.
  ?   SPOUSE
	Name (or state none, if applicable):   	
	Complete address: 	
  ?   ADULT INTERDEPENDENT PARTNER
	Name (or state none, if applicable):  	
	Complete address: 	
	?	the adult interdependent partner lived with the deceased in 
a relationship of interdependence
		?	for a continuous period of not less than 3 years 
commencing                          and ending 
                             .
		?	of some permanence of which there is a child
		?   born                             
	date
		?   adopted                        
	date
	?	the adult interdependent partner entered into an adult 
interdependent partner agreement with the deceased which 
agreement is dated                .
		The adult interdependent partner
		?   is
		?   is not
		related to the deceased by blood or adoption.
  ?   CHILDREN
Except as otherwise provided, all of the deceased's children are 
over 18 years of age at the time of the deceased's death, and none 
is unable by reason of mental or physical disability to earn a 
livelihood.
Name (or state none, if applicable):   	
Complete address: 	
Age: 	       Date of birth:                             
Date of death:                                      
Died leaving children:                         
  ?   FORMER SPOUSES (Who require notice under the Matrimonial 
         Property Act)
Name (or state none, if applicable):   	
Complete address: 	
Date of death: 	
Date of divorce: 	
	(b)	by repealing Form NC 6 and substituting the 
following:
	NC 6
ESTATE NAME	                                                 
DOCUMENT	Schedule 4: Beneficiaries      
Name:  	
Relationship: 	
Complete address: 	
Age: 	
Nature of gift: 	
Para. no. will: 	
Section no. (intestacy): 	
Except as otherwise provided, all beneficiaries are mentally capable.
The following gifts are void because the beneficiary is a witness or the 
spouse or adult interdependent partner of a witness to the will:
	
	(c)	by repealing Form NC 24.1 and substituting the 
following:
	NC 24.1
ESTATE NAME	          (deceased's name)        
DOCUMENT	Notice to the Public Trustee
	
This gives you notice that the personal representative shown in the 
attached copy of an Application for a grant of                       has applied for 
this grant.
Notice is given to you
1	under section 6 of the Administration of Estates Act (beneficiaries 
interested in the estate)
	?	a minor at the date of death of the deceased
		Name: 			
		Date of Birth: 		
		Address: 			
	?	a person who has been declared to be a missing person by  
              an Order of the Court
		Name: 			
		Address: 			
	?	a dependent adult for whose estate you are trustee
		Name: 			
		Address: 			
2	under section 7 of the Administration of Estates Act (dependants)
	?	the deceased was survived by a minor child of the deceased
		Name: 		 	
		Date of Birth: 		
		Address: 			
	?	the deceased was survived by a dependent adult child for 
	whose estate you are trustee
		Name: 			
		Address: 			
                                                	                                  
Personal Representative	Date                              

Name:      Office of the Public Trustee
To the Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta and the personal representative
The Public Trustee
  ?	does not intend to be represented on this application
  ?	intends to be represented on this application
The Public Trustee confirms the following:
  ?	Any property to which a minor child is entitled from the estate 
must be delivered to the Public Trustee.
  ?	Clause                 of the will appoints                                 as trustee 
of money or property to which the minor(s)                              is 
(are) entitled under the will.  The will does not appoint the Public 
Trustee to monitor on behalf of the minor(s).  Accordingly, the 
Public Trustee will not monitor the trustee on behalf of the 
minor(s) unless the Court directs the Public Trustee to monitor 
pursuant to section 22 of the Public Trustee Act.
  ?	Clause                 of the will appoints                                 as trustee 
of money or property to which the minor(s)                       is (are) 
entitled under the will and clause                   appoints the Public 
Trustee to monitor on behalf of the minor(s).  Accordingly, the 
Public Trustee will monitor the trustee on behalf of the minor(s).
  ?	The Public Trustee reserves the right to apply under the provisions 
of the Dependants Relief Act on behalf of                                 .

                                           	                                       
Public Trustee of Alberta	Date                               
The Court of Queen's Bench requires submissions to be made as to 
whether the Public Trustee should monitor the trust for the benefit of 
minor beneficiaries.  Either the applicant or the Public Trustee, on notice to 
the other, must arrange for the Court to hear the submissions.

                                                                	                                       
Justice of the Court of Queen's Bench	Date                               
	(d)	by repealing Form NC 24.2;
	(e)	by repealing Form NC 26 and substituting the 
following:
	NC 26
COURT FILE NUMBER		
COURT	Court of Queen's Bench of 
	Alberta (Surrogate Matter)
JUDICIAL DISTRICT		
ESTATE NAME		
PROCEDURE	Application for a grant of 	 
		
REPORT OF CLERK TO JUSTICE
1.	I have examined the Application and supporting material on this file 
and report that, to the best of my knowledge, it appears to comply 
with the Rules and Practices except for the following, which I 
respectfully draw to your attention:
		
		
		
		
                                                                	                                       
Surrogate Clerk	Date                               
JUSTICE'S DIRECTION
2.	Justice's Comments:  (If Fiat not signed)
	?	Return for corrections as noted above
			OR
	?	The application for a grant is returned because:
		
		
		
		
The applicant(s) can re-apply on an informal basis once they have satisfied 
the Court about these matters.

                                                                	                                       
Justice of the Court of Queen's Bench	Date                               
of Alberta
	(f)	by repealing Forms NC 34.1 and 35 and substituting 
the following:
	NC 34.1
COURT FILE NUMBER		
COURT	Court of Queen's Bench of
	Alberta (Surrogate Matter)
JUDICIAL DISTRICT		
ESTATE NAME		
DOCUMENT	Statutory Declaration of 
	Publication
EXHIBIT ATTACHED	Advertisement
		
THE DECLARANT SOLEMNLY DECLARES THAT THE 
INFORMATION IN THIS STATUTORY DECLARATION IS WITHIN 
THE DECLARANT'S KNOWLEDGE AND IS TRUE. WHERE THE 
INFORMATION IS BASED ON ADVICE OR INFORMATION AND 
BELIEF, THIS IS STATED.
1.	The declarant's name and complete address is 	.
2.	The declarant states that, on examination of the (newspaper name), 
a newspaper published in                      , Alberta, true copies of the 
attached advertisement, marked as Exhibit A, appeared in the 
following issues of the newspaper:
	2.1	(date of issue)
	2.2	(date of issue)
DECLARED BEFORE A COMMISSIONER FOR OATHS AT                , 
ALBERTA, ON                       .
                                     	                                                  
Declarant	Commissioner's Name:            
	                                                  
	Appointment Expiry Date:        
	                                                   
	NC 35
ESTATE NAME		
DATE OF DEATH		
DOCUMENT	Statutory declaration by 
	creditors and claimants
		
THE DECLARANT SOLEMNLY DECLARES THAT THE 
INFORMATION IN THIS STATUTORY DECLARATION IS WITHIN 
THE DECLARANT'S KNOWLEDGE AND IS TRUE. WHERE THE 
INFORMATION IS BASED ON ADVICE OR INFORMATION AND 
BELIEF, THIS IS STATED.
	Declarant
1.	The declarant's name and complete address is 	.
2.	The declarant makes this claim as a 		.
	Amount of Claim
3.	The amount claimed against the estate is $                .
	Details of Claim
4.	This claim is based on 		.
	Security for Debt (Creditors only)
5.	The declarant holds the following security for this debt 	.
6.	The security is owned by 		.
7.	The declarant values the security at $		.
8.	The deceased is 		 liable for this claim.
DECLARED BEFORE A COMMISSIONER FOR OATHS AT 	,
ALBERTA, ON 	.
                                     	                                                  
Declarant	Commissioner's Name:            
	                                                  
	Appointment Expiry Date:        
	                                                   
	(g)	by repealing Form C 1 and substituting the 
following:
	C 1
COURT FILE NUMBER		
COURT	Court of Queen's Bench of 
	Alberta (Surrogate Matter)
JUDICIAL DISTRICT		
ESTATE NAME		
PROCEDURE	Application 	
DOCUMENT	Notice of motion
PARTIES	
APPLICANT(S)		
RESPONDENT(S)
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE(S)		
BENEFICIARIES (RESIDUARY)		
LIFE TENANTS		
BENEFICIARIES (NON RESIDUARY)		
BENEFICIARIES (INTESTACY)		
TRUSTEES FOR DEPENDENT  
ADULTS		
ATTORNEYS FOR INCOMPETENT  
ADULTS		
MINORS		
MISSING PERSONS		
UNPAID CLAIMANTS		
BONDING COMPANIES		
COMPLETE ADDRESS FOR  
SERVICE ON THE  
APPLICANT(S) OF ANY  
DOCUMENTS IN THIS ACTION		
		
THIS APPLICATION WILL BE HEARD BY A JUSTICE OF THE 
COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH OF ALBERTA, JUDICIAL 
DISTRICT OF ______________
	ON	__________
	PLACE	__________
	TIME	__________
NOTICE TO THE RESPONDENT(S)	__________
This is to notify you that if you do not attend either in person or by your 
lawyer before the court at the time and place shown above, the court 
may give the applicant(s) what they want in your absence. You will be 
bound by any order the court makes.
Alternatively, another order might be given or other proceedings taken 
which the applicant(s) are entitled to without any further notice of them 
to you.
Therefore, if you want to take part in this application, you or your 
lawyer must attend in court on the date and time described.
	Applicant(s)
1.	The applicant(s) are  		
	Issues to be determined or nature of claims
2.					
	Grounds for request and relief sought
3.					
	Documents filed with this application
4.	4.1	C 2	Affidavit of the applicant(s)
	4.2	
	Applicable Surrogate Rules
5.	Surrogate Rules 			
	Applicable statutes
6.					
                                                	                                  
Applicant	Date             
Name: 	
Complete address: 	
                                                               
Lawyers for Applicant(s)
Responsible lawyer: 	
Firm name: 	
Complete address: 	
Phone:                                           
Fax:                                               
File no.:                                         
	(h)	by repealing Form C 3.1 and substituting the 
following:
	C 3.1
COURT FILE NUMBER		
COURT	Court of Queen's Bench of 
	Alberta (Surrogate Matter)
JUDICIAL DISTRICT		
ESTATE NAME		
		
Withdrawal of Caveat
	Caveator(s)
1.	The caveator(s) name(s) and address(es) and occupation(s) are 	.
2.	The caveator(s) acknowledge that they have no further interest 
under the caveat dated 		.
3.	The caveator(s) withdraw the caveat.
CAVEAT SIGNED BY
                                                	                                  
Caveator	Witness             
                                                                        (attach affidavit of execution)
Lawyers for Caveator(s)
Responsible lawyer: 	
Firm name: 	
Complete address: 	
Phone:                                           
Fax:                                               
File no.:                                         
ENTERED AT _________, ALBERTA, ON 	.
______________________
CLERK OF THE COURT
	(i)	by adding the following after Form C 3.1:
	C 3.2
COURT FILE NUMBER		
COURT	Court of Queen's Bench of 
	Alberta (Surrogate Matter)
JUDICIAL DISTRICT		
ESTATE NAME		
		
Discharge of Caveat
	Caveator(s)
1.	The caveator(s) name(s) and address(es) and occupation(s) are 	.
2.	The caveat is discharged.
3.	The reason(s) for the discharge is:		.
	
JUSTICE OF THE COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH OF ALBERTA
ENTERED AT _________, ALBERTA, ON 	.
______________________
CLERK OF THE COURT



Alberta Regulation 210/2007
Regulations Act
MISCELLANEOUS CORRECTIONS REGULATION
Filed: October 3, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 453/2007) 
on October 3, 2007 pursuant to section 10 of the Regulations Act. 
1   The Specified Gas Emitters Regulation (AR 139/2007) is 
amended by repealing section 20(1)(b)(ii) and substituting 
the following:
	(ii)	is not subject to an emissions intensity limit under section 3,
		or

2   The Regulations Act Regulation (AR 288/99) is amended 
by repealing section 17(1)(n).

3   The Surface Rights Act Rules of Procedure and Practice 
(AR 190/2001) are repealed.

4   The Surface Rights Act General Regulation 
(AR 189/2001) is repealed.


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Alberta Regulation 211/2007
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
ALBERTA MILK PLAN MINIMUM PRICE FOR  
SUB-CLASS 1A MILK ORDER
Filed: October 9, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board on October 9, 
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 $78.91.
Repeal
2   The Alberta Milk Plan Minimum Price for Sub-class 1a Milk Order 
(AR 143/2007) is repealed.
Coming into force
3   This Order comes into force on November 1, 2007.


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Alberta Regulation 212/2007
Municipal Government Act
SHIRLEY MCCLELLAN REGIONAL WATER SERVICES 
COMMISSION REGULATION
Filed: October 10, 2007
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 455/2007) 
on October 10, 2007 pursuant to section 602.02 of the Municipal Government Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Establishment
	2	Members
	3	Water supply system
	4	Operating deficits
	5	Sale of property
	6	Profit and surpluses
	7	Approval
Establishment
1   A regional services commission known as the Shirley McClellan 
Regional Water Services Commission is established.
Members
2   The following municipal authorities are members of the 
Commission:
	(a)	Camrose County;
	(b)	Lacombe County;
	(c)	County of Paintearth No. 18;
	(d)	The County of Stettler No. 6;
	(e)	Town of Castor;
	(f)	Town of Coronation;
	(g)	Village of Bawlf;
	(h)	Village of Big Valley;
	(i)	Village of Consort;
	(j)	Village of Donalda;
	(k)	Village of Halkirk;
	(l)	Village of Rosalind;
	(m)	Village of Veteran;
	(n)	Summer Village of Rochon Sands;
	(o)	Summer Village of White Sands;
	(p)	Special Area No. 2;
	(q)	Special Area No. 3;
	(r)	Special Area No. 4.
Water supply system
3   The Commission is authorized to provide and operate a water 
supply system.
Operating deficits
4   The Commission may not assume operating deficits that are shown 
on the books of any of the member municipalities.
Sale of property
5(1)  The Commission may not, without the approval of the Minister, 
sell any of its land, buildings, equipment or inventory whose purchase 
has been funded wholly or partly by grants from the Government of 
Alberta.
(2)  The Minister may not approve a sale under subsection (1) unless 
the Minister is satisfied
	(a)	as to the repayment of the grants from the Government of 
Alberta and outstanding debt associated with that portion of 
the land, buildings, equipment or inventory to be sold,
	(b)	that the sale would not have a significant adverse effect on 
the services the Commission provides, and
	(c)	that the sale will be properly reflected in the rates 
subsequently charged to the customers of the Commission.
Profit and surpluses
6   Unless otherwise approved by the Minister, the Commission may 
not
	(a)	operate for the purposes of making a profit, or
	(b)	distribute any of its surpluses to its member municipalities.
Approval
7   The Minister may make an approval under section 5 or 6 subject to 
any terms or conditions the Minister considers appropriate.