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Alberta Regulation 45/2008
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
ALBERTA ELK PLAN AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 9, 2008
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 101/2008) 
on April 9, 2008 pursuant to section 23 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act. 
1   The Alberta Elk Plan Regulation (AR 210/2002) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 23 is amended by striking out "30" and 
substituting "20".

3   Section 47(1)(a) is amended by striking out "10" and 
substituting "5".


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Alberta Regulation 46/2008
Rural Utilities Act
RURAL UTILITIES AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 9, 2008
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 102/2008) 
on April 9, 2008 pursuant to section 55 of the Rural Utilities Act. 
1   The Rural Utilities Regulation (AR 151/2000) is amended 
by this Regulation.

2   Section 20 is amended by striking out "May 1" and 
substituting "August 1".



Alberta Regulation 47/2008
Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act
STEAMFITTER - PIPEFITTER TRADE AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 10, 2008
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training 
Board on February 1, 2008 pursuant to section 33(2) of the Apprenticeship and 
Industry Training Act and approved by the Minister of Advanced Education and 
Technology on March 10, 2008 pursuant to section 33(2) of the Apprenticeship and 
Industry Training Act.
1   The Steamfitter - Pipefitter Trade Regulation 
(AR 305/2000) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 4 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1) by striking out "4" and 
substituting "3";
	(b)	by repealing subsection (5).

3   Section 5(3) is amended by striking out "4th" and 
substituting "3rd".

4   Section 6(2) is amended
	(a)	in clause (b) by striking out "60%" and substituting 
"65%";
	(b)	in clause (c) by striking out "70%" and substituting 
"80%";
	(c)	by repealing clause (d).

5   Section 7 is repealed.

6   This Regulation comes into force on July 1, 2008.



Alberta Regulation 48/2008
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
HATCHING EGGS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 11, 2008
For information only:   Made by Alberta Hatching Egg Producers on January 30, 2008 
pursuant to sections 26 and 27 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act and 
approved by the Agricultural Products Marketing Council on February 25, 2008.
1   The Hatching Eggs Regulation (AR 280/97) is amended 
by this Regulation.



2   Section 1 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1) by adding the following after 
clause (h.1):
	(h.2)	"organization" means a person as defined in the Plan 
but does not include an individual;
	(b)	by adding the following after subsection (2):
(3)  Words used in this Regulation that are defined in the Plan 
have the same meaning as defined in the Plan.

3   Section 11(2) is amended by striking out "effective on the 
day that it is purported to be transferred" and substituting "at the 
time of the purported transfer".

4   Section 16 is amended
	(a)	by repealing subsection (1) and substituting the 
following:
Quota allotment
16(1)  Subject to section 24 and subsections (2) and (3), the 
Board shall allocate breeder quota only if the quota holder 
operates in a facility in which the breeder hens are to be 
maintained that is 
	(a)	owned by the quota holder, or
	(b)	owned and operated in by another quota holder.
	(b)	in subsection (4) by striking out "one breeder quota for 
one facility" and substituting "2 breeder quotas per 
facility".

5   Section 21 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Quota limit
21(1)  The Board shall not allow in excess of
	(a)	6.5% of the total provincial allocation to be held, 
directly or indirectly, by a person, or
	(b)	8% of the total provincial allocation to be produced in a 
facility.
(2)  For the purposes of subsection (1), the Board may
	(a)	reduce or cancel breeder quota,
	(b)	approve a transfer of breeder quota pursuant to an 
application under section 22,
	(c)	rescind the Board's approval of a lease of breeder quota, 
or
	(d)	take any other action the Board considers necessary.
(3)  The Board may determine that a person holds breeder quota 
indirectly if, in the opinion of the Board, the person may benefit 
from or has an interest in that quota.
(4)  Subsection (3) does not apply to the shares a person holds in 
a corporation that holds breeder quota if
	(a)	the corporation is a distributing corporation under the 
Business Corporations Act and
	(i)	the shares are non-voting shares, or
	(ii)	the person owns 10% or less of the voting shares,
	(b)	the shares were obtained as part of a bona fide 
employee benefit program where
	(i)	no more than 2% of the shares are transferred to an 
employee in a year, and
	(ii)	the employee cannot obtain more than 10% of the 
outstanding shares of the corporation,
			or
	(c)	the shares are in a co-operative that has more than 200 
members.

6   Section 22 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Transfer of quota
22(1)  Breeder quota is not transferable unless the transfer is 
approved by the Board.
(2)  Breeder quota that is purported to be transferred without the 
approval of the Board is cancelled at the time of the purported 
transfer.
(3)  An application to approve a transfer must be made to the 
Board in writing 30 days prior to the proposed transfer.
(4)  The Board may approve an application to transfer breeder 
quota if it is satisfied
	(a)	the proposed transferee will qualify for a licence to 
operate as a producer under this Regulation, and
	(b)	the proposed transfer is an appropriate size, taking into 
account the requirements of the licensed hatchery that 
will set the hatching eggs produced.
(5)  If an application to transfer breeder quota is approved by the 
Board, the Board shall cancel the breeder quota and reallocate it 
to the proposed transferee. 
Transfer of shares of corporate quota holder 
22.1(1)  An organization's breeder quota may be cancelled or 
reduced by the Board if an interest in the organization was 
transferred without the prior approval of the Board.
(2)  An application to approve a transfer must be made to the 
Board in writing 30 days prior to a proposed transfer.
(3)  The Board may approve the transfer if it is satisfied the 
corporation will still qualify for a licence under this Regulation.
(4)  Subsection (1) does not apply to the transfer of the shares of 
a corporation
	(a)	to a person who, under section 21, cannot be considered 
by the Board to indirectly hold the corporation's breeder 
quota, or
	(b)	between shareholders in an incorporated family farm.

7   Section 24(6) is amended by adding "or" at the end of 
clause (a) and by repealing clause (b).

8   Section 27(2) is amended by striking out "reallocated" and 
substituting "transferred".

9   Section 28(5) is repealed.


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Alberta Regulation 49/2008
Municipal Government Act
CAPITAL REGION BOARD REGULATION
Filed: April 15, 2008
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 127/2008) 
on April 15, 2008 pursuant to section 603 of the Municipal Government Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
Part 1 
Capital Region Board
	2	Establishment of Board
	3	Mandate of Board
	4	Chair of Board
	5	Voting rights of representatives
	6	Powers and duties of Board
	7	Delegation
	8	Bylaws
	9	Annual report of Board
Part 2 
Preparation of Capital Region 
Growth Plan
	10	Preparation of Plan
	11	Objectives of Plan
	12	Contents of Plan
	13	Approval of Plan
	14	Effective date of Plan
Part 3 
Effect of Capital Region Growth Plan
	15	Application of Part
	16	Actions must conform with Plan
	17	Plan prevails
	18	Conformity with Plan
Part 4 
Approval of Statutory Plans
	19	Application of Part
	20	Transitional Regional Evaluation Framework
	21	Approval of statutory plans
Part 5 
General Matters
	22	Effect of Regulation on existing statutory plans
	23	Information must be provided
	24	Dispute resolution
	25	Matters before the Municipal Government Board
	26	Limitation of actions
	27	No remedy
	28	Proceedings barred
	29	No expropriation or injurious affection
	30	Regulation prevails
	31	Ministerial orders
	32	Expiry  
 
Schedule
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Act" means the Municipal Government Act;
	(b)	"Capital Region" means the lands lying within the 
boundaries of the participating municipalities;
	(c)	"Capital Region Board" means the Capital Region Board 
established by section 2;
	(d)	"Capital Region Growth Plan" means an integrated growth 
management plan for the Capital Region, including any 
amendments to that plan, approved by the Minister under 
section 13;
	(e)	"Framework" means the Transitional Regional Evaluation 
Framework, including any amendments to the Framework, 
established by the Minister under section 20;
	(f)	"Minister" means the Minister responsible for the Act;
	(g)	"municipal agreement" means an agreement entered into by a 
participating municipality;
	(h)	"participating municipality" means a municipality listed in 
the Schedule;
	(i)	"representative" means a representative on the Capital 
Region Board;
	(j)	"statutory plan" means
	(i)	a statutory plan as defined in section 616(dd) of the Act, 
or
	(ii)	an amendment to a statutory plan referred to in 
subclause (i).
Part 1 
Capital Region Board
Establishment of Board
2(1)  The Capital Region Board is established.
(2)  The Capital Region Board is a corporation consisting of 
	(a)	the participating municipalities, as represented by the persons 
appointed by the participating municipalities under 
subsection (3) or designated by subsection (5),
	(b)	the persons appointed by the Lieutenant Governor in Council 
under subsection (7), and
	(c)	if applicable, the interim chair appointed under section 4(2).
(3)  Each participating municipality shall appoint
	(a)	a person to represent the participating municipality on the 
Capital Region Board, and
	(b)	a person to act in the representative's place in the event of the 
representative's temporary absence or temporary inability to 
act.
(4)  A representative appointed under subsection (3) must be a 
councillor of the participating municipality that appointed that 
representative.
(5)  Until a participating municipality appoints a representative under 
subsection (3), the chief elected official of the participating 
municipality is designated as that municipality's representative.
(6)  If the representative of a participating municipality that is a town 
or village is unable to attend a meeting of the Capital Region Board, 
the Capital Region Board, on the request of the participating 
municipality, shall provide for an alternative method of representation 
for the participating municipality at that meeting.
(7)  The Lieutenant Governor in Council may appoint one or more 
persons to represent the Government of Alberta on the Capital Region 
Board, but those persons do not have voting rights.
Mandate of Board
3   The Capital Region Board shall
	(a)	prepare a proposed Capital Region Growth Plan in 
accordance with Part 2,
	(b)	advise and make recommendations to the Minister regarding 
the preparation and implementation of the Capital Region 
Growth Plan,
	(c)	facilitate the resolution of issues arising from the preparation 
and implementation of the Capital Region Growth Plan,
	(d)	implement policies for the sharing of costs among the 
participating municipalities for regional projects of the 
Capital Region, and
	(e)	carry out any other functions and duties as the Minister 
directs.
Chair of Board
4(1)  The representatives appointed under section 2(3) or designated 
by section 2(5) shall elect from among themselves a chair of the 
Capital Region Board, whose term expires on the date the chair's 
current term as a councillor expires.
(2)  Despite subsection (1), the Minister may by order appoint an 
interim chair of the Capital Region Board for a term specified by the 
Minister.
(3)  If the Minister appoints an interim chair, the term of the chair 
elected under subsection (1) commences on the day after the day the 
interim chair's term expires.
(4)  The interim chair does not have voting rights.
Voting rights of representatives
5(1)  Subject to sections 2(7) and 4(4), each representative has one 
vote.
(2)  If a decision of the Capital Region Board is to be made by a vote, 
the decision must be supported by not fewer than 17 representatives 
from participating municipalities that collectively have at least 75% of 
the population in the Capital Region.
(3)  Subject to section 2(6), if a representative is not present when a 
vote of the Capital Region Board is taken, or abstains from voting, the 
representative is deemed to have voted in the affirmative.
Powers and duties of Board
6(1)  Divisions 3 and 4 of Part 15.1 of the Act apply with any 
necessary modifications in respect of the Capital Region Board as if it 
were a regional services commission.
(2)  Divisions 3 and 4 of Part 15.1 of the Act apply with any necessary 
modifications in respect of the representatives appointed under section 
2(3) or designated by section 2(5) as if those representatives were 
directors of a regional services commission.
(3)  The Capital Region Board is deemed to be a regional services 
commission for the purposes of
	(a)	the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, 
and
	(b)	the Alberta Capital Finance Authority Act.
Delegation
7(1)  Subject to subsection (2), the Capital Region Board may delegate 
any of its powers, duties or functions under this Regulation to another 
person.
(2)  The Capital Region Board may not delegate the power
	(a)	to make bylaws;
	(b)	to borrow money;
	(c)	to adopt budgets;
	(d)	to approve financial statements.
Bylaws
8(1)  The Capital Region Board may make bylaws respecting its 
conduct and affairs, including, without limitation, rules and procedures 
for dealing with matters before the Capital Region Board.
(2)  A bylaw made under subsection (1) does not come into force until 
it has been approved by the Minister.
(3)  The Regulations Act does not apply to a bylaw made under 
subsection (1).
Annual report of Board
9(1)  The Capital Region Board shall submit a report in each year to 
the Minister summarizing its activities of the preceding year.
(2)  On receiving the report under subsection (1), the Minister shall lay 
a copy of it before the Legislative Assembly if it is then sitting or, if it 
is not then sitting, within 15 days after the commencement of the next 
sitting.
Part 2 
Preparation of Capital Region 
Growth Plan
Preparation of Plan
10   The Capital Region Board shall, within the time and in the form 
and manner specified by the Minister, prepare and submit to the 
Minister a proposed Capital Region Growth Plan.
Objectives of Plan
11   The objectives of the Capital Region Growth Plan are
	(a)	to promote an integrated and strategic approach to planning 
for future growth in the Capital Region;
	(b)	to identify the overall development pattern and key future 
infrastructure investments that would
	(i)	best complement existing infrastructure, services and 
land uses in the Capital Region, and
	(ii)	maximize benefits to the Capital Region;
	(c)	to co-ordinate decisions in the Capital Region to sustain 
economic growth and ensure strong communities and a 
healthy environment.
Contents of Plan
12(1)  Except as otherwise specified by the Minister, a proposed 
Capital Region Growth Plan must contain the following:
	(a)	a comprehensive, integrated regional land use plan for the 
Capital Region that includes the following:
	(i)	population and employment projections;
	(ii)	the identification of
	(A)	priority growth areas,
	(B)	land supply for residential, commercial and 
industrial purposes,
	(C)	agricultural lands,
	(D)	buffer areas,
	(E)	density of development, and
	(F)	the development and location of infrastructure;
	(iii)	the identification of corridors for recreation, 
transportation, utilities and intermunicipal transit;
	(iv)	policies regarding environmentally sensitive areas;
	(v)	policies for the co-ordination of planning and 
development among the participating municipalities;
	(vi)	specific actions to be taken by the participating 
municipalities to implement the land use plan;
	(b)	a regional intermunicipal transit network plan for the Capital 
Region that includes the following:
	(i)	the decision-making process to approve the regional 
intermunicipal transit network;
	(ii)	procedures for implementing the delivery of regional 
intermunicipal transit services;
	(iii)	provision for special transit services for persons with 
disabilities;
	(iv)	methods for reviewing and monitoring the regional 
intermunicipal transit network plan;
	(c)	a plan to co-ordinate geographic information services for the 
Capital Region that includes the following:
	(i)	the protocols and the methods for collecting, storing and 
accessing data;
	(ii)	the protocols and the methods for compiling and 
analyzing information;
	(iii)	standardized terminology and standards for mapping 
capabilities for the participating municipalities;
	(d)	a plan regarding social and market affordable housing 
requirements for the Capital Region that includes 
recommendations with respect to the following:
	(i)	the general location of social housing;
	(ii)	options to increase market affordable housing.
(2)  In preparing a proposed Capital Region Growth Plan, the Capital 
Region Board may also have regard to any matter relating to the 
physical, social or economic development of the Capital Region.
Approval of Plan
13(1)  On receiving a proposed Capital Region Growth Plan from the 
Capital Region Board, the Minister may by order approve it or reject it.
(2)  If the Minister rejects the proposed Capital Region Growth Plan, 
the Minister may return it to the Capital Region Board with 
suggestions for changes and directions on how to proceed.
(3)  The Capital Region Growth Plan is not a regulation within the 
meaning of the Regulations Act.
Effective date of Plan
14   The Capital Region Growth Plan takes effect on the date specified 
by the Minister.
Part 3 
Effect of Capital Region Growth Plan
Application of Part
15   This Part applies only after the Capital Region Growth Plan takes 
effect.
Actions must conform with Plan
16(1)  Despite any other enactment, no participating municipality shall 
take any of the following actions that conflict with the Capital Region 
Growth Plan:
	(a)	undertake a public work, improvement, structure or other 
thing;
	(b)	adopt a statutory plan;
	(c)	make a bylaw or pass a resolution;
	(d)	enter into a municipal agreement.
(2)  If the Capital Region Board finds that a participating municipality 
has taken an action described in subsection (1)(a) that conflicts with 
the Capital Region Growth Plan, the Capital Region Board may, by 
written notice to the participating municipality, order the participating 
municipality to stop the action within the time set out in the notice.
(3)  If the participating municipality fails or refuses to comply with an 
order under subsection (2), the Capital Region Board may apply by 
originating notice to the Court of Queen's Bench for an injunction or 
other order.
(4)  The Court of Queen's Bench may grant or refuse the injunction or 
other order or may make any order that in the opinion of the Court is 
just in the circumstances.
Plan prevails
17   Despite any other enactment, the Capital Region Growth Plan 
prevails in the event of a conflict between the Capital Region Growth 
Plan and a statutory plan, bylaw, resolution or municipal agreement of 
a participating municipality.
Conformity with Plan
18(1)  The council of a participating municipality shall amend every 
statutory plan and bylaw as necessary to conform with the Capital 
Region Growth Plan no later than the date specified by the Minister.
(2)  If the council of a participating municipality fails to amend a 
statutory plan or bylaw in accordance with subsection (1), the statutory 
plan or bylaw is deemed to be invalid to the extent that it conflicts with 
the Capital Region Growth Plan.
(3)  The Minister may, in respect of a municipal agreement entered 
into by a participating municipality that conflicts with the Capital 
Region Growth Plan, require the council of the participating 
municipality, to the extent possible under the terms of the municipal 
agreement,
	(a)	to amend the municipal agreement so that it conforms to the 
Capital Region Growth Plan, or
	(b)	to terminate the municipal agreement.
(4)  If the council of a participating municipality fails to amend or 
terminate a municipal agreement when required to do so by the 
Minister under subsection (3), the municipal agreement is deemed to 
be invalid to the extent that it conflicts with the Capital Region Growth 
Plan.
(5)  This section applies only to statutory plans adopted, bylaws made 
and municipal agreements entered into after the coming into force of 
this Regulation.
Part 4 
Approval of Statutory Plans
Application of Part
19   This Part applies to statutory plans only after the Transitional 
Regional Evaluation Framework is established by the Minister under 
section 20.
Transitional Regional Evaluation Framework
20(1)  The Minister may by order establish a Transitional Regional 
Evaluation Framework containing
	(a)	criteria to be used to determine whether a statutory plan must 
be submitted for approval under section 21(1),
	(b)	procedures for submitting statutory plans for approval under 
section 21(1), and
	(c)	the criteria and procedures to be followed by the Capital 
Region Board in evaluating and approving statutory plans.
(2)  If the Minister establishes a Framework, the Minister shall provide 
a copy of it to each participating municipality.
(3)  The Framework is not a regulation within the meaning of the 
Regulations Act.
Approval of statutory plans
21(1)  Until the Capital Region Growth Plan takes effect, statutory 
plans to be adopted by a participating municipality that meet the 
criteria set out in the Framework must be submitted to the Capital 
Region Board for approval.
(2)  The Capital Region Board may, in accordance with the 
Framework, approve or reject a statutory plan.
(3)  A statutory plan referred to in subsection (1) has no effect unless it 
is approved by the Capital Region Board under subsection (2).
(4)  Except as provided in the Framework, a participating municipality 
has no right to a hearing before the Capital Region Board in respect of 
its approval or rejection of a statutory plan.
(5)  A decision of the Capital Region Board under this section is final 
and not subject to appeal.
(6)  This section applies only to statutory plans to be adopted by a 
participating municipality after the establishment of the Framework.
Part 5 
General Matters
Effect of Regulation on existing statutory plans
22   For greater certainty, except as provided in Parts 3 and 4 of this 
Regulation and Part 17 of the Act, all statutory plans of a participating 
municipality that are in effect on the coming into force of this 
Regulation remain in full force and effect.
Information must be provided
23(1)  The chief elected official of a participating municipality shall, 
when required in writing by the Capital Region Board to do so, provide 
the Capital Region Board with information about the participating 
municipality that the Capital Region Board requires.
(2)  A person who contravenes subsection (1) is guilty of an offence 
and liable to a fine of $10 000 or to imprisonment for a term of not 
more than one year, or to both a fine and imprisonment.
Dispute resolution
24(1)  A participating municipality may make a complaint in writing 
to the Capital Region Board if the participating municipality is of the 
view that there has been a breach of process, improper administration 
or discriminatory treatment by the Capital Region Board.
(2)  On receipt of a complaint under subsection (1), the Capital Region 
Board shall attempt to resolve the complaint informally with the 
participating municipality.
(3)  If a complaint cannot be resolved under subsection (2), the Capital 
Region Board may refer the matter to mediation.
(4)  If the parties are not able to resolve the matter through mediation, 
the Capital Region Board may refer the matter to arbitration under the 
Arbitration Act.
Matters before the Municipal Government Board
25(1)  If under the Act
	(a)	a matter relating to land within the Capital Region is 
appealed to the Municipal Government Board, or
	(b)	the Municipal Government Board is considering an 
application for an annexation involving 2 or more 
participating municipalities,
the Minister may by order direct the Municipal Government Board to 
defer its consideration of the matter.
(2)  When the Minister makes an order under subsection (1), all steps 
in the appeal or application, as the case may be, are stayed as of the 
date of the order until the Minister gives notice to the Municipal 
Government Board that the appeal or application may be continued.
(3)  This section applies to an appeal or application commenced after 
the coming into force of this Regulation.
Limitation of actions
26   No cause of action arises as a result of
	(a)	the enactment of this Regulation,
	(b)	the making of an order under this Regulation, or
	(c)	anything done or omitted to be done in accordance with this 
Regulation.
No remedy
27   No costs, compensation or damages are owing or payable to any 
person, and no remedy, including in contract, restitution or trust, is 
available to any person in connection with anything referred to in 
section 26.
Proceedings barred
28   No proceedings, including any proceedings in contract, restitution 
or trust, that are based on anything referred to in section 26, may be 
brought or maintained against any person.
No expropriation or injurious affection
29   Nothing done or omitted to be done in accordance with this 
Regulation or an order made under it constitutes an expropriation or 
injurious affection for the purposes of the Expropriation Act or 
otherwise.
Regulation prevails
30   In the event of a conflict between this Regulation and any other 
enactment, other than the Act, this Regulation prevails.
Ministerial orders
31(1)  In addition to any other orders that the Minister may make 
under this Regulation, the Minister may make any one or more of the 
following orders:
	(a)	an order providing for transitional matters related to the 
coming into force of this Regulation;
	(b)	an order respecting the requisition of operating and capital 
costs of the Capital Region Board;
	(c)	an order respecting the management, duties and functions of 
the Capital Region Board;
	(d)	an order respecting the records to be kept by the Capital 
Region Board and the manner in which they are to be kept 
and the reports to be submitted to the Minister;
	(e)	an order providing for any other matter that the Minister 
considers necessary for carrying out the purposes of this 
Regulation.
(2)  In addition to the orders the Minister may make under subsection 
(1), the Minister may by order take any action that the Capital Region 
Board may or must take under this Regulation.
(3)  If there is a conflict between an order made by the Minister under 
subsection (2) and an action taken by the Capital Region Board, the 
Minister's order prevails.
(4)  The Regulations Act does not apply to an order made under this 
Regulation.
Expiry
32   This Regulation is made in accordance with section 603(1) of the 
Act and is subject to repeal in accordance with section 603(2) of the 
Act.
Schedule 
 
Participating Municipalities
	(a)	Town of Beaumont;
	(b)	Town of Bon Accord;
	(c)	Town of Bruderheim;
	(d)	Town of Calmar;
	(e)	Town of Devon;
	(f)	City of Edmonton;
	(g)	City of Fort Saskatchewan;
	(h)	Town of Gibbons;
	(i)	Lamont County;
	(j)	Town of Lamont;
	(k)	City of Leduc;
	(l)	Leduc County;
	(m)	Town of Legal;
	(n)	Town of Morinville;
	(o)	Village of New Sarepta;
	(p)	Parkland County;
	(q)	Town of Redwater;
	(r)	City of St. Albert;
	(s)	City of Spruce Grove;
	(t)	Town of Stony Plain;
	(u)	Strathcona County;
	(v)	Sturgeon County;
	(w)	Village of Thorsby;
	(x)	Village of Wabamun;
	(y)	Village of Warburg.


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Alberta Regulation 50/2008
Alberta Investment Management Corporation Act
ALBERTA INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT CORPORATION ACT 
REMUNERATION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 15, 2008
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 128/2008) 
on April 15, 2008 pursuant to section 20 of the Alberta Investment Management 
Corporation Act. 
1   The Alberta Investment Management Corporation Act 
Remuneration Regulation (AR 167/2007) is amended by this 
Regulation.

2   The following is added after section 4:
Other remuneration
4.1   A director may be paid, in accordance with policies 
established by the board and approved by the Minister, additional 
remuneration to compensate the director with respect to
	(a)	their time required to travel to and from meetings of the 
board or of a committee established by the board, or
	(b)	their carrying out other duties as a director.