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Alberta Regulation 124/2008
Real Estate Act
REAL ESTATE (MINISTERIAL) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed:  July 16, 2008
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Service Alberta (M.O. SA:010/2008) 
on July 15, 2008 pursuant to section 84(2) of the Real Estate Act. 
1   The Real Estate (Ministerial) Regulation (AR 113/96) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1 is amended
	(a)	by adding the following after subsection (1):
(1.1)  In the Act and this Regulation, "property manager" means 
a real estate broker who is active in property management.
	(b)	in subsection (2) by striking out "an agent" wherever 
it occurs and substituting "an associate".



3   Section 8(1) is amended by striking out "section 1(2)(a)(i)" 
and substituting "section 1(2)(a)(i) and (b)(i)".

4   Section 9 is amended by adding "or claim" after 
"judgment".

5   Sections 12 and 13 are repealed and the following is 
substituted:
Compensation from Fund
12(1)  In this section, "compensation event" means, as determined 
by the Council, the transaction or series of transactions, including all 
related transactions, for which payment may be made from the fund 
under section 60 or 60.3 of the Act in respect of one or more industry 
members for fraud or breach of trust.
(2)  The maximum amount of compensation payable from the Fund 
under section 60 or 60.3 of the Act payable to an applicant with 
respect to a compensation event is
	(a)	with respect to industry members referred to in section 
1(2)(a), $35 000, and
	(b)	with respect to industry members referred to in section 
1(2)(b), $25 000.
(3)  The maximum amount of compensation payable from the Fund 
under section 60 or 60.3 of the Act payable to all applicants for a 
compensation event is
	(a)	with respect to industry members identified in section 
1(2)(a), $350 000, and
	(b)	with respect to industry members identified in section 
1(2)(b), $100 000. 
(4)  If subsection (3) operates to limit the amount that would 
otherwise be paid to an applicant under subsection (2), each 
applicant shall receive a proportionate share of the amount that 
would be paid but for the operation of subsection (3).
(5)  The Council shall determine that payments from the Fund arise 
from a single compensation event if payments arise from
	(a)	the same real estate trade, project or development, or
	(b)	the same mortgage deal, project or development.

6   Sections 16 and 17 are repealed and the following is 
substituted:
Part 3 
Nomination of Real Estate Appraiser 
and Property Manager Council 
Members
Application
16   This Part applies to the nomination of a real estate appraiser and 
a property manager for appointment to Council.
Request for recommendations
17(1)  The executive director shall make a request for 
recommendations for appointment to Council by sending a 
recommendation form to each industry member who is a real estate 
appraiser or a property manager.
(2)  The form must be sent at least 90 days prior to the expiry of the 
term of office.
(3)  The form may be sent to the last known electronic address for 
the industry member in the Council's records.
Recommendations
18(1)  Two real estate appraisers may recommend a real estate 
appraiser for nomination.
(2)  Two property managers may recommend a property manager for 
nomination.
(3)  A person cannot recommend himself or herself.
Submission of recommendations
19(1)  A recommendation form must
	(a)	be completed in the form and manner required by the 
executive director,
	(b)	be signed by the individuals making the recommendation,
	(c)	be signed by the person being recommended, and
	(d)	include an explanation of the recommended person's 
qualifications.
(2)  The recommendation form must be received by the executive 
director within the time specified by the executive director.
(3)  The executive director may, in extenuating circumstances, 
extend the time in subsection (2).
Committee and nominations
20(1)  The Council shall establish a committee to nominate 
individuals for appointment to the Council for the purpose of section 
6(1)(f) of the Act.
(2)  The majority of the committee members must be present or past 
Council members.
(3)  If recommendation forms have been completed and received in 
accordance with section 19, the committee must nominate 
individuals who have been recommended.
(4)  If a vacancy occurs, subsection (3) does not apply.
Part 4 
Other Matters
Refusing to investigate complaint or discontinuing investigation
21   The executive director may take any action permitted under 
section 38.1 of the Act with respect to the investigation of a 
complaint if
	(a)	the industry member complained of is not clearly identified,
	(b)	the conduct complained of is not a breach of the Act, 
regulations, rules or bylaws or there is insufficient evidence 
of a breach of the Act, regulations, rules or bylaws,
	(c)	the conduct complained of was the subject of a prior 
complaint,
	(d)	the complaint is frivolous or vexatious,
	(e)	the breach complained of is minor in nature and an advisory 
note is sent to the industry member complained of,
	(f)	the complainant fails or refuses to cooperate with an 
investigator, or
	(g)	the complainant asks not to proceed with the complaint.
Depositing trust account money
22   Subject to and for the purposes of section 25(1) of the Act, 
money received in trust must be deposited within
	(a)	3 business days of receipt, or
	(b)	in the case of money received in trust for an offer to 
purchase, 3 days of the acceptance of the offer to purchase.
Service of documents
23   For the purpose of section 77(2)(c) of the Act, service of a 
document is effected when it is
	(a)	served on the person,
	(b)	left at the person's primary residence with a person who 
appears to be 16 years of age or older,
	(c)	mailed to the person's primary residence by a method that 
provides confirmation of delivery, or
	(d)	sent by a telecopier or electronic device to be received and 
printed by a receiving telecopier or electronic device that is 
situated at the person's primary residence.
Winding up
24   If the Fund is wound up, the Fund must
	(a)	first, be used to pay all costs incurred in the winding-up of 
the Fund,
	(b)	second, be used to discharge all liabilities of the Fund, and
	(c)	third, be disposed of in accordance with an order of the 
Lieutenant Governor in Council.
Administrative penalties maximum
25   For the purposes of section 11(l) of the Act, the maximum 
administrative penalty that may be prescribed is $25 000.
Expiry
26   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 June 30, 2018.

7   This Regulation comes into force on the coming into 
force of the Real Estate Amendment Act, 2007, SA 2007 c39.


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Alberta Regulation 125/2008
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
ALBERTA MILK MARKETING AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: July 16, 2008
For information only:   Made by Alberta Milk on June 25, 2008 pursuant to sections 
26 and 27 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act and approved by the 
Agricultural Products Marketing Council on June 27, 2008 pursuant to sections 26 
and 27 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act.
1   The Alberta Milk Marketing Regulation (AR 151/2002) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1(1) is amended
	(a)	by renumbering clause (a) as clause (a.2) and 
adding the following before clause (a.2):
	(a)	"Bacteria Grade" means the grade of a producer's milk 
determined under sections 30 and 30.1;
	(a.1)	"Canadian Quality Milk Program" means the on-farm 
food safety program known as the Canadian Quality 
Milk Program as recognized or varied from time to time 
by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency;
	(b)	by repealing clause (i) and substituting the 
following:
	(i)	"dairy year" means the 12-month period as set by 
Alberta Milk;
	(c)	by repealing clause (p);
	(d)	by adding the following before clause (r):
	(q.1)	"Freezing Point Grade" means the grade of a producer's 
milk determined under sections 30 and 30.12;
	(e)	by repealing clause (u);
	(f)	in clause (aa) by striking out "market share quota" 
wherever it occurs and substituting "total production 
quota";
	(g)	by adding the following after clause (aa):
	(aa.01)	"Somatic Cell Grade" means the grade of a producer's 
milk determined under sections 30 and 30.11;
	(aa.02)	"total production quota" means the number of kilograms 
of milk fat for a dairy year allotted by Alberta Milk 
pursuant to this Regulation to a producer as the 
producer's share of the provincial entitlement.
	(h)	by repealing clause (aa.1).

3   Section 6 is amended by adding the following after 
subsection (5):
(6)  Effective August 1, 2009, Alberta Milk must be satisfied that a 
producer has met the qualifications of and has registered with the 
Canadian Quality Milk Program before issuing a licence to the 
producer.
(7)  When the applicant for a licence has not previously been 
licensed as a producer, Alberta Milk may grant a licence to the 
applicant for a period not exceeding 6 months to enable the applicant 
to meet the qualifications of and register with the Canadian Quality 
Milk Program.
(8)  A licence granted under subsection (7) expires on the earlier of
	(a)	the end of the period specified by Alberta Milk in the licence, 
and
	(b)	the date on which the person meets the qualifications of and 
registers with the Canadian Quality Milk Program and 
Alberta Milk issues a producer licence to the person.

4   Section 7 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (2) by striking out "or" at the end of 
clause (e), adding "or" at the end of clause (f) and 
adding the following after clause (f):
	(g)	a producer has failed to meet the qualifications of and 
register with the Canadian Quality Milk Program by 
August 1, 2009.
	(b)	by repealing subsection (2.1)(c) and (d) and 
substituting the following:
	(c)	Bacteria Grade 6,
	(d)	Somatic Cell Grade 6,
	(e)	Freezing Point Grade 6,
	(f)	Bacteria Grade 7,
	(g)	Somatic Cell Grade 7, or
	(h)	Freezing Point Grade 7.
	(c)	in subsection (2.2) by striking out "or" at the end of 
clause (a), by repealing clause (b) and substituting 
the following:
	(b)	Bacteria Grade 8,
	(c)	Somatic Cell Grade 8, or
	(d)	Freezing Point Grade 8.
	(d)	by adding the following after subsection (2.2):
(2.3)  Alberta Milk may cancel a processor's licence if the 
processor ceases processing milk or dairy products for a period 
of 6 consecutive months.

5   Section 10(2)(a) is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
	(a)	for marketing and nutrition education $1.29 for each 
hectolitre;

6   Sections 13 and 14 are repealed.

7   Section 15 is amended by striking out "market share quota" 
wherever it occurs and substituting "total production quota".

8   The following is added after section 15:
Transition of quotas
15.1   Effective August 1, 2008, all market share quotas and fluid 
milk quotas will, in accordance with the directives and 
administrative orders of Alberta Milk, be converted to total 
production quotas.

9   Section 16 is amended by striking out "market share quota" 
wherever it occurs and substituting "total production quota".

10   Section 17 is amended by striking out "14 or".

11   Section 18 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1) by striking out "sections 14 and 16" 
and substituting "section 16";
	(b)	in subsection (3) by striking out "14,".

12   Section 19(1) is amended
	(a)	by repealing clause (b);
	(b)	in clause (c) by striking out "market share quota" and 
substituting "total production quota".

13   Section 20 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (4) by striking out "market share quota" 
wherever it occurs and substituting "total production 
quota";
	(b)	by repealing subsection (5).

14   Section 22(3) is amended by adding "or within any other 
time frame set by a directive or administrative order of Alberta Milk" 
after "supplied by Alberta Milk".

15   Section 23 is amended
	(a)	by adding the following after subsection (1):
(1.1)  A meter owned by a processor must be calibrated in 
accordance with the directives and administrative orders of 
Alberta Milk to ensure accurate measurement of the volume of 
milk.
	(b)	in subsection (2) by adding "producer" before 
"payment";
	(c)	by adding the following after subsection (2):
(3)  The volume measured in a bulk milk tank calibrated in 
accordance with subsection (1) by a bulk milk grader pursuant to 
the Dairy Industry Act or calibrated by a meter owned by the 
processor in accordance with subsection (1.1) is the volume on 
which processor payment is based.

16   Section 24(3) is amended by adding "that" after 
"obligation to direct".

17   Section 27(1) is amended by adding "in accordance with 
subsection (2)" after "classified".

18   Section 27(2) is amended
	(a)	in clause (a)
	(i)	in subclause (i)
	(A)	by repealing paragraph (A) and 
substituting the following:
	(A)	standard milk, partly skimmed or skimmed 
milk, whether or not the milk is treated for 
lactose intolerance, is flavoured or has had 
vitamins or minerals added to the milk;
	(B)	by repealing paragraph (E) and 
substituting the following:
	(E)	all types of milkshake mixes;
	(ii)	by repealing subclause (ii) and substituting the 
following:
	(ii)	sub-class 1b(i) milk, which means all types of 
cream with a butterfat content of not less than 5% 
for retail and food service;
	(b)	in clause (b)(iv)
	(i)	by striking out "meal replacements,";
	(ii)	by striking out "infant formula,";
	(c)	by repealing clause (d)(ii) and substituting the 
following:
	(ii)	sub-class 4a1 milk, which means milk components used 
pursuant to an authorization by Alberta Milk for the 
manufacture of rennet casein (dry or curd), milk protein 
concentrate (dry or liquid) or skim milk (dry or liquid) 
to be used in the manufacture of non-standardized final 
products in the processed cheese category or in weight 
or muscle gain formulations, meal replacement 
products, medical and sports recovery beverages and 
infant food formulations destined for retail sale;

19   Section 28 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1) by striking out "orders of the Alberta 
Utilities Commission and" and substituting "the";
	(b)	by repealing subsection (2).

20   Section 30 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (3) by striking out "Quality Grade" and 
substituting "Bacteria Grade, Somatic Cell Grade and 
Freezing Point Grade";
	(b)	in subsection (5) by striking out "Quality Grade" and 
substituting "Bacteria Grade, Somatic Cell Grade, 
Freezing Point Grade";
	(c)	by repealing subsection (6) and substituting the 
following:
(6)  For the purpose of determining the grades of a producer's 
milk,
	(a)	a bacteria infraction has occurred
	(i)	if the average of test results of samples referred to 
in subsection (5)(a) that were taken in a month and 
tested for bacteria indicate that the producer's milk 
does not meet the requirements of Schedule 2 with 
respect to bacteria, or
	(ii)	each time a test of a sample referred to in 
subsection (5) indicates that the producer's milk 
does not meet the requirements of Schedule 2 with 
respect to total living mesophyllic aerobic bacteria 
count,
	(b)	a somatic cell infraction has occurred
	(i)	if the average of test results of samples referred to 
in subsection (5)(a) that were taken in a month and 
tested for somatic cells indicate that the producer's 
milk does not meet the requirements of Schedule 2 
with respect to somatic cells, or
	(ii)	each time a test of a sample referred to in 
subsection (5)(b) indicates that the producer's milk 
does not meet the requirements of Schedule 2 with 
respect to somatic cells,
			and
	(c)	a freezing point infraction has occurred if
	(i)	there are 2 or more test results in a month of 
samples referred to in subsection (5)(a) that 
indicates that the producer's milk does not meet 
the requirements of Schedule 2 with respect to 
freezing point, or
	(ii)	each time a test of a sample referred to in 
subsection (5)(b) indicates that the producer's milk 
does not meet the requirements of Schedule 2 with 
respect to freezing point.

21   Section 30.1 is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
Bacteria Grade
30.1(1)  The Bacteria Grade of a producer's milk for a particular 
month is Grade 1 if any of the following apply:
	(a)	there is no bacteria infraction that month;
	(b)	there is a bacteria infraction that month and there were no 
other bacteria infractions in the preceding 11 months.
(2)  The Bacteria Grade of a producer's milk for a particular month 
is Grade 2 if there is a bacteria infraction during that month and 
one other bacteria infraction in the preceding 11 months.
(3)  The Bacteria Grade of a producer's milk for a particular month 
is Grade 3 if there is a bacteria infraction during that month and 2 
other bacteria infractions in the preceding 11 months.
(4)  The Bacteria Grade of a producer's milk for a particular month 
is Grade 4 if there is a bacteria infraction during that month and 3 
other bacteria infractions in the preceding 11 months.
(5)  The Bacteria Grade of a producer's milk for a particular month 
is Grade 5 if there is a bacteria infraction during that month and 4 
other bacteria infractions in the preceding 11 months.
(6)  The Bacteria Grade of a producer's milk for a particular month 
is Grade 6 if there is a bacteria infraction during that month and 5 
other bacteria infractions in the preceding 11 months.
(7)  The Bacteria Grade of a producer's milk for a particular month 
is Grade 7 if
	(a)	there is a bacteria infraction during that month and 6 other 
bacteria infractions in the preceding 11 months, or
	(b)	there is a bacteria infraction during that month and in the 180 
days preceding the bacteria infraction that occurred during 
that month the producer's licence was reinstated under 
section 7.1 after being suspended under section 7(2.1)(c).
(8)  The Bacteria Grade of a producer's milk for a particular month 
is Grade 8 if
	(a)	there is a bacteria infraction during that month and 7 other 
bacteria infractions in the preceding 11 months, or
	(b)	there is a bacteria infraction during that month and in the 180 
days preceding the bacteria infraction that occurred during 
that month the producer's licence was reinstated under 
section 7.1 after being suspended under section 7(2.1)(f).
Somatic Cell Grade
30.11(1)  The Somatic Cell Grade of a producer's milk for a 
particular month is Grade 1 if any of the following apply:
	(a)	there is no somatic cell infraction that month;
	(b)	there is a somatic cell infraction that month and there were 
no other somatic cell infractions in the preceding 11 months.
(2)  The Somatic Cell Grade of a producer's milk for a particular 
month is Grade 2 if there is a somatic cell infraction during that 
month and one other somatic cell infraction in the preceding 11 
months.
(3)  The Somatic Cell Grade of a producer's milk for a particular 
month is Grade 3 if there is a somatic cell infraction during that 
month and 2 other somatic cell infractions in the preceding 11 
months.
(4)  The Somatic Cell Grade of a producer's milk for a particular 
month is Grade 4 if there is a somatic cell infraction during that 
month and 3 other somatic cell infractions in the preceding 11 
months.
(5)  The Somatic Cell Grade of a producer's milk for a particular 
month is Grade 5 if there is a somatic cell infraction during that 
month and 4 other somatic cell infractions in the preceding 11 
months.
(6)  The Somatic Cell Grade of a producer's milk for a particular 
month is Grade 6 if there is a somatic cell infraction during that 
month and 5 other somatic cell infractions in the preceding 11 
months.
(7)  The Somatic Cell Grade of a producer's milk for a particular 
month is Grade 7 if
	(a)	there is a somatic cell infraction during that month and 6 
other somatic cell infractions in the preceding 11 months, or
	(b)	there is a somatic cell infraction during that month and in the 
180 days preceding the somatic cell infraction that occurred 
during that month the producer's licence was reinstated under 
section 7.1 after being suspended under section 7(2.1)(d).
(8)  The Somatic Cell Grade of a producer's milk for a particular 
month is Grade 8 if
	(a)	there is a somatic cell infraction during that month and 7 
other somatic cell infractions in the preceding 11 months, or
	(b)	there is a somatic cell infraction during that month and in the 
180 days preceding the somatic cell infraction that occurred 
during that month the producer's licence was reinstated under 
section 7.1 after being suspended under section 7(2.1)(g).
Freezing Point Grade
30.12(1)  The Freezing Point Grade of a producer's milk for a 
particular month is Grade 1 if there is no freezing point infraction 
that month.
(2)  The Freezing Point Grade of a producer's milk for a particular 
month is Grade 2 if there is a freezing point infraction during that 
month and no other freezing point infractions in the preceding 11 
months.
(3)  The Freezing Point Grade of a producer's milk for a particular 
month is Grade 3 if there is a freezing point infraction during that 
month and one other freezing point infraction in the preceding 11 
months.
(4)  The Freezing Point Grade of a producer's milk for a particular 
month is Grade 4 if there is a freezing point infraction during that 
month and 2 other freezing point infractions in the preceding 11 
months.
(5)  The Freezing Point Grade of a producer's milk for a particular 
month is Grade 5 if there is a freezing point infraction during that 
month and 3 other freezing point infractions in the preceding 11 
months.
(6)  The Freezing Point Grade of a producer's milk for a particular 
month is Grade 6 if there is a freezing point infraction during that 
month and 4 other freezing point infractions in the preceding 11 
months.
(7)  The Freezing Point Grade of a producer's milk for a particular 
month is Grade 7 if
	(a)	there is a freezing point infraction during that month and 5 
other freezing point infractions in the preceding 11 months, 
or
	(b)	there is a freezing point infraction during that month and in 
the 180 days preceding the freezing point infraction that 
occurred during that month the producer's licence was 
reinstated under section 7.1 after being suspended under 
section 7(2.1)(e).
(8)  The Freezing Point Grade of a producer's milk for a particular 
month is Grade 8 if
	(a)	there is a freezing point infraction during that month and 6 
other freezing point infractions in the preceding 11 months, 
or
	(b)	there is a freezing point infraction during that month and in 
the 180 days preceding the freezing point infraction that 
occurred during that month the producer's licence was 
reinstated under section 7.1 after being suspended under 
section 7(2.1)(h).

22   Section 30.2 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (6)(b) by striking out "or (c)";
	(b)	in subsection (7)(b) by striking out "or (d)".

23   The following is added after section 30.2:
Waiving of infraction
30.3   Notwithstanding sections 30, 30.1, 30.11, 30.12 and 30.2, 
Alberta Milk may waive the test results of a bacteria, somatic cell, 
freezing point or inhibitor test if Alberta Milk is satisfied that the 
test results are not representative of the producer's milk, 
considering any factors Alberta Milk reasonably considers 
relevant, including the following:
	(a)	public interest in good quality milk supply;
	(b)	reasonable requirements of manufacturers and processors;
	(c)	effects of the contravention on other milk producers;
	(d)	any special circumstances of the contravention or the 
producer;
	(e)	any measures taken by the producer to prevent further 
contraventions.

24   Section 31 is amended
	(a)	by repealing subsection (1) and substituting the 
following:
Price adjustment
31(1)  Subject to subsections (2) and (4), Alberta Milk must 
reduce the price payable to a producer for regulated product for 
the month in which an infraction described in section 30 occurs 
by the amount set out for the Bacteria Grade, Somatic Cell 
Grade and Freezing Point Grade of the producer's milk in 
clauses (a) to (o) and by the amount set out for the Inhibitor 
Grade of the producer's milk in clauses (p) to (s) as follows:
	(a)	Bacteria Grade 1: 0% off of the producer's gross 
producer returns;
	(b)	Somatic Cell Grade 1: 0% off of the producer's gross 
producer returns;
	(c)	Freezing Point Grade 1: 0% off of the producer's gross 
producer returns;
	(d)	Bacteria Grade 2: 2% off the gross producer returns;
	(e)	Somatic Cell Grade 2: 2% off the gross producer 
returns;
	(f)	Freezing Point Grade 2: 2% off the gross producer 
returns;
	(g)	Bacteria Grade 3: 4% off the gross producer returns;
	(h)	Somatic Cell Grade 3: 4% off the gross producer 
returns;
	(i)	Freezing Point Grade 3: 4% off the gross producer 
returns;
	(j)	Bacteria Grade 4: 8% off the gross producer returns;
	(k)	Somatic Cell Grade 4: 8% off the gross producer 
returns;
	(l)	Freezing Point Grade 4: 8% off the gross producer 
returns;
	(m)	Bacteria Grades 5 to 8: 15% off the gross producer 
returns;
	(n)	Somatic Cell Grades 5 to 8: 15% off the gross producer 
returns;
	(o)	Freezing Point Grades 5 to 8: 15% off the gross 
producer returns;
	(p)	Inhibitor Grade 1: 0% off the gross producer returns;
	(q)	Inhibitor Grade 2: 5% off the gross producer returns;
	(r)	Inhibitor Grade 3: 10% off the gross producer returns;
	(s)	Inhibitor Grades 4 to 7: 15% off the gross producer 
returns.
	(b)	by adding the following after subsection (2):
(2.01)  Subject to subsection (2), the maximum total reduction 
that may be made for any month is the sum of all of the 
deductions for Bacteria Grade, Somatic Cell Grade, Freezing 
Point Grade and Inhibitor Grade.

25   Section 35(1) is amended by striking out "orders of the 
Alberta Utilities Commission and" and substituting "the".

26   Section 42(1) is amended by striking out "or by the 
Alberta Utilities Commission".

27   Section 44 is amended by adding "without the prior 
approval of Alberta Milk," after "no person shall,".

28   Section 48 is amended by striking out "February 28, 2009" 
and substituting "February 28, 2014".

29   This Regulation comes into force on August 1, 2008.


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Alberta Regulation 126/2008
Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act
APPRENTICESHIP AND INDUSTRY TRAINING ADMINISTRATION 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: July 17, 2008
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Advanced Education and Technology 
on July 10, 2008 pursuant to section 33(1) of the Apprenticeship and Industry 
Training Act. 
1   The Apprenticeship and Industry Training 
Administration Regulation (AR 257/2000) is amended by 
this Regulation.

2   Section 33 is amended by striking out "October 31, 2008" 
and substituting "March 31, 2009".


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Alberta Regulation 127/2008
Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act
APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: July 17, 2008
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training 
Board on June 27, 2008 pursuant to section 33(2) of the Apprenticeship and Industry 
Training Act and approved by the Minister of Advanced Education and Technology 
on July 10, 2008 pursuant to section 33(2) of the Apprenticeship and Industry 
Training Act.
1   The Apprenticeship Program Regulation (AR 258/2000) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 21 is amended by striking out "October 31, 2008" 
and substituting "March 31, 2009".


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Alberta Regulation 128/2008
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
ALBERTA MILK PLAN MINIMUM PRICE FOR SUB-CLASS 1A  
MILK ORDER
Filed: July 17, 2008
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Utilities Commission on July 15, 2008 
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 $86.31.
Repeal
2   The Alberta Milk Plan Minimum Price for Sub-class 1a Milk Order 
(AR 56/2008) is repealed.
Coming into force
3   This Order comes into force on August 1, 2008.


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Alberta Regulation 129/2008
Municipal Government Act
MUNICIPAL GAS SYSTEMS CORE MARKET AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: July 22, 2008
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 343/2008) 
on July 21, 2008 pursuant to section 31 of the Municipal Government Act. 
1   The Municipal Gas Systems Core Market Regulation 
(AR 93/2001) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 10 is amended by striking out "2008" and 
substituting "2013".


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Alberta Regulation 130/2008
Municipal Government Act
BEAVER RIVER REGIONAL WASTE MANAGEMENT COMMISSION 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: July 22, 2008
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 346/2008) 
on July 21, 2008 pursuant to section 602.02 of the Municipal Government Act. 
1   The Beaver River Regional Waste Management 
Commission Regulation (AR 51/2003) is amended by this 
Regulation.

2   Section 2(d) is repealed.



Alberta Regulation 131/2008
Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped Act
ASSURED INCOME FOR THE SEVERELY HANDICAPPED GENERAL 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: July 22, 2008
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 350/2008) 
on July 21, 2008 pursuant to section 12 of the Assured Income for the Severely 
Handicapped Act. 
1   The Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped 
General Regulation (AR 91/2007) is amended by this 
Regulation.

2   Section 1(4) of Schedule 1 is amended
	(a)	in clause (a)(ii) by striking out "$700" and 
substituting "$950";
	(b)	in clause (b)(ii) by striking out "$1488" and 
substituting "$1738".


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Alberta Regulation 132/2008
Real Estate Act
EXEMPTION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: July 22, 2008
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 352/2008) 
on July 21, 2008 pursuant to section 84 of the Real Estate Act. 
1   The Exemption Regulation (AR 111/96) is amended by 
this Regulation.

2   The title is amended by adding "REAL ESTATE" before 
"EXEMPTION".

3   Section 2 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (2) by repealing clauses (b), (c), (d) 
and (e);
	(b)	in subsection (3) by repealing clause (a).

4   Section 3 is amended by striking out "2009" and 
substituting "2018".

5   This Regulation comes into force on the coming into 
force of the Real Estate Amendment Act, 2007, SA 2007 c39.


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Alberta Regulation 133/2008
Health Professions Act
CONSULTATION REGULATION
Filed: July 22, 2008
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 354/2008) 
on July 21, 2008 pursuant to section 134 of the Health Professions Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	Requirements of consultation
	3	Expedited recommendation
	4	Consideration of input
	5	Validity of order or regulation
	6	Expiry
	7	Coming into force
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Act" means the Health Professions Act;
	(b)	"affected college" means a college with which the Minister is 
required to consult in accordance with this Regulation before 
making a recommendation to the Lieutenant Governor in 
Council under section 135.1(1), 135.2(1), 135.3 or 135.4(8) 
of the Act.
Requirements of consultation
2(1)  Before the Minister makes a recommendation to the Lieutenant 
Governor in Council under section 135.1(1), 135.2(1), 135.3 or 
135.4(8) of the Act in respect of an affected college, the Minister must 
send to the president of the affected college a written notice
	(a)	advising the affected college of the purpose for which the 
Minister is making the recommendation,
	(b)	inviting the affected college to provide the Minister with 
input as to the substance and form of the recommendation, 
and
	(c)	specifying the time in which the affected college must 
provide its input to the Minister, which must not be less than 
30 days from the date the Minister sends the notice.
(2)  If the affected college has not provided input to the Minister before 
the expiry of the period specified by the Minister under subsection 
(1)(c), the consultation requirement in section 135.1(1), 135.2(1), 
135.3 or 135.4(8), as the case may be, of the Act is nevertheless 
deemed to have been satisfied.
Expedited recommendation
3   Despite section 2, if the Minister considers it necessary to make a 
recommendation to the Lieutenant Governor in Council on an 
expedited basis to address a matter of patient safety, quality of care, 
public interest or critical workforce shortage, the Minister may consult 
with the affected college in such a manner as the Minister considers 
reasonable and practicable in the circumstances.
Consideration of input
4   The Minister must consider, but is not bound by, the input of the 
affected college.
Validity of order or regulation
5   If there has been substantial compliance with this Regulation, an 
order under section 135.1(1), 135.2(1) or 135.4(3) or (5) of the Act or a 
regulation under section 135.3 or 135.4(1) of the Act is not invalid 
because of a technical irregularity.
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 March 31, 2018.
Coming into force
7   This Regulation comes into force on the coming into force of 
section 1(33) and (34) of the Health Professions Statutes Amendment 
Act, 2007.


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Alberta Regulation 134/2008
Medical Profession Act
CONSULTATION REGULATION
Filed: July 22, 2008
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 355/2008) 
on July 21, 2008 pursuant to section 108 of the Medical Profession Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definition
	2	Requirements of consultation
	3	Expedited recommendation
	4	Consideration of input
	5	Validity of order or regulation
	6	Expiry
	7	Coming into force
Definition
1   In this Regulation, "Act" means the Medical Profession Act.
Requirements of consultation
2(1)  Before the Minister makes a recommendation to the Lieutenant 
Governor in Council under section 108(1) or 109(1) of the Act, the 
Minister must send to the president of the council a written notice
	(a)	advising the College of the purpose for which the Minister is 
making the recommendation,
	(b)	inviting the College to provide the Minister with input as to 
the substance and form of the recommendation, and
	(c)	specifying the time in which the College must provide its 
input to the Minister, which must not be less than 30 days 
from the date the Minister sends the notice.
(2)  If the College has not provided input to the Minister before the 
expiry of the period specified by the Minister under subsection (1)(c), 
the consultation requirement in section 108(1) or 109(1), as the case 
may be, of the Act is nevertheless deemed to have been satisfied.
Expedited recommendation
3   Despite section 2, if the Minister considers it necessary to make a 
recommendation to the Lieutenant Governor in Council on an 
expedited basis to address a matter of patient safety, quality of care, 
public interest or critical workforce shortage, the Minister may consult 
with the College in such a manner as the Minister considers reasonable 
and practicable in the circumstances.
Consideration of input
4   The Minister must consider, but is not bound by, the input of the 
College.
Validity of order or regulation
5   If there has been substantial compliance with this Regulation, an 
order under section 108(1) of the Act or a regulation under section 
109(1) of the Act is not invalid because of a technical irregularity.
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 March 31, 2018.
Coming into force
7   This Regulation comes into force on the coming into force of 
section 2 of the Health Professions Statutes Amendment Act, 2007.


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Alberta Regulation 135/2008
Public Health Act
BODIES OF DECEASED PERSONS REGULATION
Filed: July 22, 2008
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 356/2008) 
on July 21, 2008 pursuant to section 66 of the Public Health Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	Routine handling of all bodies
	3	Routine handling of bodies not known to be infected with specified 
communicable disease
	4	Handling of bodies infected with Schedule 2 communicable disease
	5	Handling of bodies infected with Schedule 1 communicable disease
	6	Labels
	7	Disinterment
	8	Waiver or mitigation of the application of this Regulation
	9	Repeal
	10	Expiry
	11	Coming into force 
 
Schedules
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"body" means a dead human body or the remains of a dead 
human body;
	(b)	"common carrier" means a railcar, boat, aircraft, motor 
vehicle or other conveyance used for the transportation of 
goods for the payment of a fee, but does not include a vehicle 
owned or operated by a funeral director;
	(c)	"container" means a hermetically sealed container, casket or 
impervious body bag;
	(d)	"disposition" means the burial, cremation or other disposition 
of a body authorized under the Cemeteries Act;
	(e)	"funeral director" means a person who holds a funeral 
director licence under section 19 of the General Regulation 
(AR 226/98);
	(f)	"handling" means, with respect to a body, the examination, 
preparation, transportation or disposition of the body;
	(g)	"hermetically sealed container" means a container that is 
sealed by welding, soldering or the use of gaskets and 
suitable screws and is used to enclose a body;
	(h)	"label" means an impermeable card that is attached
	(i)	to a body, and
	(ii)	to a container;
	(i)	"responsible person" means any person who, in the course of 
carrying out the responsibilities of that person's occupation, 
is involved in or is supervising the handling of a body;
	(j)	"specified communicable disease" means a communicable 
disease specified in Schedule 1 or 2.
Routine handling of all bodies
2   A responsible person in respect of a body must
	(a)	comply with the practices set out in Schedule 3,
	(b)	to the extent of his or her professional knowledge and 
responsibilities, provide any relevant information regarding 
the safe handling of a body to a subsequent responsible 
person or other person handling the body, if applicable, and
	(c)	make relevant inquiries of the previous responsible person, if 
applicable.
Routine handling of bodies not known to be infected with specified 
communicable disease
3(1)  This section applies in addition to section 2 in respect of the 
handling of bodies that are not known to be infected with a specified 
communicable disease.
(2)  A responsible person in respect of a body referred to in subsection 
(1) must ensure that the body is enclosed in a container as soon as 
practically possible after the time of death.
(3)  The container used under subsection (2) must be suitable to the 
condition of the body to contain all body fluids.
(4)  The body may be removed from a container in which it is 
transported when it has reached the funeral home or place where it will 
be prepared for disposition.
Handling of bodies infected with Schedule 2 communicable disease
4(1)  This section applies in addition to sections 2 and 3 in respect of 
the handling of bodies that are infected with a communicable disease 
specified in Schedule 2.
(2)  A responsible person in respect of a body referred to in subsection 
(1) must ensure that
	(a)	the body and the container in which the body is placed are 
labelled in accordance with section 6,
	(b)	the body is transported by a common carrier or a vehicle 
owned or operated by a funeral director, and
	(c)	the common carrier or vehicle in which the body is 
transported is cleaned and disinfected in accordance with 
Schedule 3 after transport of the body.
Handling of bodies infected with Schedule 1 communicable disease
5(1)  This section applies in addition to section 2 in respect of the 
handling of bodies that are infected with a communicable disease 
specified in Schedule 1.
(2)  A responsible person in respect of a body referred to in subsection 
(1) must ensure that
	(a)	the body is not embalmed,
	(b)	contact with the body is as limited as practically possible,
	(c)	the body is enclosed in a hermetically sealed container as 
soon as practically possible after the time of death,
	(d)	the body and the hermetically sealed container are labelled in 
accordance with section 6,
	(e)	the body is transported by a common carrier or a vehicle 
owned or operated by a funeral director,
	(f)	the common carrier or vehicle in which the body is 
transported is cleaned and disinfected in accordance with 
Schedule 3 after transport of the body, and
	(g)	the body is interred or cremated in the hermetically sealed 
container.
(3)  Despite subsection (2)(b), bodies infected with infectious 
pulmonary tuberculosis, rabies and suspect, probable or confirmed 
cases of transmissible spongiform encephalopathies, including classic 
and variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, may be viewed prior to 
disposition.
Labels
6(1)  Where a person dies with a specified communicable disease, a 
responsible person must ensure as soon as practically possible that 
there are attached to the body, and to the head end of the container, the 
following labels:
	(a)	for bodies infected with a disease specified in Schedule 1, a 
label bearing the following words in prominent legible 
letters:
		This body is infected with a communicable disease 
specified in Schedule 1 to the Bodies of Deceased 
Persons Regulation and must be handled in accordance 
with that Regulation.  Do not remove this label and do 
not open the hermetically sealed container.
	(b)	for bodies infected with a disease specified in Schedule 2, a 
label bearing the following words in prominent legible 
letters:
		This body is infected with a communicable disease 
specified in Schedule 2 to the Bodies of Deceased 
Persons Regulation and must be handled in accordance 
with that Regulation.  Do not remove this label.
(2)  Labels attached in accordance with this section must not be 
removed.
Disinterment
7(1)  Where a body is disinterred and the body is to be transported by 
common carrier, a responsible person must ensure that the body is 
enclosed in a hermetically sealed container before delivering the body 
to the common carrier.
(2)  Where a body is disinterred and the body is to be transported other 
than by a common carrier, a responsible person must ensure that 
	(a)	the body is enclosed in a container that contains all body 
fluids, and
	(b)	the container is sealed prior to transportation.
(3)  Where a body is to be disinterred and the body is known to be 
infected with a specified communicable disease, a responsible person 
must ensure
	(a)	that, prior to the disinterment, a medical officer of health is 
notified by telephone, electronic mail or facsimile of the 
disinterment and the infection with a specified communicable 
disease,
	(b)	that appropriate labels are attached in accordance with 
section 6 before the body is transported, and
	(c)	that the directions, if any, of the medical officer of health are 
followed.
Waiver or mitigation of the application of this Regulation
8   The application of any provision of this Regulation may be waived 
or mitigated by a medical officer of health if
	(a)	in the opinion of the medical officer of health, no increased 
risk to the public health will result, and
	(b)	the conditions placed on the waiver or mitigation by the 
medical officer of health, if any, are complied with.
Repeal
9   The Bodies of Deceased Persons Regulation (AR 14/2001) is 
repealed.
Expiry
10   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 August 31, 2017.
Coming into force
11   This Regulation comes into force on September 1, 2008.
Schedule 1 
 
Communicable Diseases with Very High 
Risk of Transmission
The tissue and body fluids of the body carry a very high risk of 
transmitting infection and therefore require additional 
precautions as set out in the Bodies of Deceased Persons 
Regulation.
anthrax 
plague 
smallpox 
infectious pulmonary tuberculosis 
rabies 
yellow fever 
suspect, probable and confirmed cases of transmissible 
   spongiform encephalopathies, including classic and variant 
   Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease 
viral hemorrhagic fevers
Schedule 2 
 
Communicable Diseases with High Risk 
of Transmission
The tissue and body fluids of the body may still be capable of 
transmitting infection and therefore require additional 
precautions as set out in the Bodies of Deceased Persons 
Regulation.
acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) 
hepatitis B 
hepatitis C 
human immunodeficiency virus infections (HIV) 
invasive group A streptococcal infection 
typhus
Schedule 3 
 
Required Practices for the Routine 
Handling of all Deceased Bodies
Hand hygiene
Hands must be washed in all of the following cases:
	(a)	after contact with a body, blood, body fluids, secretions or 
excretions;
	(b)	after handling items known or considered likely to be 
contaminated with blood, body fluids, secretions or 
excretions;
	(c)	immediately after removing gloves;
	(d)	before handling any food;
	(e)	before leaving work for the day.
The following steps must be followed for hand washing:
	(a)	remove jewellery;
	(b)	lather with soap and, using friction, cover all surfaces of the 
hands and fingers for a minimum of 10 seconds;
	(c)	rinse under warm running water;
	(d)	dry hands with a single use towel;
	(e)	turn off faucet without recontaminating hands.
Waterless antiseptic hand hygiene products may be used as an 
alternative to soap and water if hands are not visibly soiled. When 
there is visible soiling, hands must be washed with soap and water. If 
soap and water are unavailable, hands must be cleansed with detergent-
containing towelettes with a 60% alcohol concentration.
Wearing gloves
Clean, non-sterile gloves that are made of or lined with impervious 
material must be worn
	(a)	for contact with blood, body fluids, secretions or excretions,
	(b)	for handling items visibly soiled with blood, body fluids, 
secretions or excretions,
	(c)	where contact with blood, body fluids, secretions or 
excretions is anticipated, and
	(d)	by any person with open lesions on the person's hands who 
handles a body.
Wearing gown or apron
A gown with protective waterproof sleeves or liquid-resistant (plastic) 
apron must be worn if contamination of clothing with blood, body 
fluids, secretions or excretions is anticipated.
Gowns must be used to protect uncovered skin and prevent soiling of 
clothing during procedures and activities likely to generate splashes or 
sprays of blood, body fluids, secretions or excretions.
Wearing mask, eye protection or face shield
During procedures and activities likely to generate splashes or sprays 
of blood, body fluids, secretions or excretions, a mask and eye 
protection or a face shield must be worn to protect the mucous 
membranes of the eyes, nose and mouth.
Respirators
For known or suspected airborne infections, high efficiency particulate 
air filter respirators must be worn by a person performing an autopsy 
or during other procedures which present a possibility of 
aerosolization.
Shoe covers
Non-slip shoe covers must be worn during procedures and activities 
likely to generate splashes or sprays of blood, body fluids, secretions 
or excretions.
Sharps injury prevention
Sharps must be handled as minimally as possible and placed in 
puncture-proof sharps containers immediately after use.
Decontamination
All blood, body fluids, secretions and excretions must be treated as 
potentially infectious.
All instruments that come into contact with potentially infectious 
material must be decontaminated.
Any item that must be disinfected or sterilized must first be cleaned.
Unless they can be cleaned immediately, instruments and small items 
must be sorted and submerged in water and detergent to prevent 
organic material from drying on them.
All surfaces that are touched during the handling of a body must be 
cleaned with a low level disinfectant after each body is handled and 
when visibly soiled with blood, body fluids, secretions or excretions.
Chemicals that may be used as low level disinfectants include
	(a)	quaternary ammonium compounds,
	(b)	accelerated hydrogen peroxide products, and
	(c)	sodium hypochlorite (1:100 dilution of household bleach).
Low level disinfectants must be used as directed on the product label.
Sterilization
Any reusable instrument or device that penetrates a body must be 
sterilized, where possible, using one of the following processes, and in 
accordance with the manufacturer's instructions:
	(a)	dry heat;
	(b)	100% ethylene oxide;
	(c)	formaldehyde;
	(d)	steam.
High level disinfectants
In the event sterilization is not possible, a high level disinfectant may 
be used for decontamination in accordance with the manufacturer's 
instructions.
Chemicals that may be used as high level disinfectants include
	(a)	2% glutaraldehyde,
	(b)	6% hydrogen peroxide liquid,
	(c)	0.55% ortho-phthalaldehyde (OPA),
	(d)	pasteurization, and
	(e)	0.2% paracetic acid.


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Alberta Regulation 136/2008
Police Act
POLICE SERVICE AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: July 22, 2008
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 357/2008) 
on July 21, 2008 pursuant to section 61 of the Police Act. 
1   The Police Service Regulation (AR 356/90) is amended 
by this Regulation.

2   Section 1 is amended by adding the following after 
clause (b):
	(b.1)	"person in charge of the investigation" means the officer in 
charge of an investigating police service under section 
46.1(2) of the Act or the head of an integrated investigative 
unit under section 46.2 of the Act, as the case may be;

3   Section 4 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1) by striking out "is made permanent" 
wherever it occurs and substituting "is confirmed";
	(b)	by adding the following after subsection (6):
(7)  Notwithstanding subsection (1)(a) and (b), where,
	(a)	due to the unanticipated absences of a police officer 
who is on probation, or
	(b)	because a police officer who is on probation is the 
subject of an ongoing disciplinary hearing or criminal 
investigation,
the chief of police has been unable during the probationary 
period to assess the progress of the police officer, the chief of 
police may request the police commission to extend the 
probationary period for up to 6 months, and the commission may 
in its discretion grant the extension.
(8)  The police commission may, at the request of the chief of 
police and for the reasons set out in subsection (7)(a) and (b), 
extend the probationary period for further periods of up to 6 
months each to allow the chief of police to assess the progress of 
the police officer who is on probation.

4   Section 7(1) is amended by striking out "3 months" and 
substituting "6 months".

5   Section 10 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (2) by adding "in the police officer's own 
words" after "explanatory report";
	(b)	in subsection (3)(a) by striking out "by his superior 
officer to provide an explanatory report" and substituting 
"by the investigator to provide an explanatory report referred 
to in subsection (2)";
	(c)	in subsection (4)(a) by striking out "by his superior 
officer to provide an explanatory report" and substituting 
"by the investigator to provide an explanatory report referred 
to in subsection (2)";
	(d)	by repealing subsection (5) and substituting the 
following:
(5)  A police officer who is directed by an investigator under 
subsection (3)(a) or (4)(a) to provide an explanatory report shall 
do so within 14 days of being notified of the direction.
(6)  A statement made under subsection (3) or (4) may be used 
by the chief of police for the purposes of section 45(3) or (4) of 
the Act and by the chief of police or the police officer in charge 
of the investigating police service for the purposes of section 
46.1(4) of the Act.

6   The following is added after section 10:
Interview
10.1(1)  The chief of police, when investigating under section 45 
of the Act a complaint as to the actions of a police officer, may 
direct the police officer whose actions may have resulted in the 
complaint to attend at an interview and answer questions.
(2)  Subject to subsection (3), a police officer directed under 
subsection (1) to attend at an interview shall do so
	(a)	immediately, or
	(b)	where there are appropriate grounds for the delay, no 
later than 24 hours after the request was made.
(3)  The chief of police may request that an interview take place at 
a later time than that set out in subsection (2)(b).
(4)  Where practicable, the interview shall be recorded by 
audiotape or videotape.
Investigations by another police service or an integrated 
investigative unit
10.2   Where the Minister under section 46.1(2) of the Act has 
requested or directed another police service, or the head of an 
integrated investigative unit, to conduct an investigation into a 
serious incident or complaint, the chief of police shall ensure that, 
pending the other police service or integrated investigative unit 
taking charge of the scene of the serious incident or complaint, the 
scene is secured by the police service in a manner consistent with 
the policies and usual practice of the police service for serious 
incidents and complaints.
Segregation of police officers
10.3(1)  Where the Minister under section 46.1(2) of the Act has 
requested or directed another police service, or the head of an 
integrated investigative unit, to conduct an investigation into a 
serious incident or complaint, the chief of police shall, to the extent 
that is practicable, segregate all the police officers involved in the 
incident or complaint from each other until the investigating police 
service or the integrated investigative unit has finished 
interviewing all the officers involved.
(2)  A police officer referred to in subsection (1) shall not 
communicate with any other police officer who was involved in 
the incident or complaint concerning the details of the incident or 
complaint until after the investigating police service or the 
integrated investigative unit has finished interviewing all the 
officers involved.
Police officer's notes
10.4(1)  In this section and sections 10.5 and 10.6,
	(a)	"subject officer" means a police officer who is the 
subject of a complaint or whose actions may have 
resulted in a serious or sensitive incident;
	(b)	"witness officer" means a police officer who is a 
witness to or has material information relating to the 
events complained of or to the serious or sensitive 
incident.
(2)  A witness officer shall complete in full the officer's notes in 
respect of the serious incident or the actions complained of in 
accordance with the procedures of the police service and, subject 
to subsection (5) and section 10, shall provide the notes to the chief 
of police within 24 hours after a request for the notes is made by 
the investigating police service or the integrated investigative unit 
to the chief of police.
(3)  Subject to subsection (5) and section 10, the chief of police 
shall provide copies of a witness officer's notes to the investigating 
police service or the integrated investigative unit on request and no 
later than 24 hours after the request was made.
(4)  The person in charge of the investigation referred to in section 
10.2 may extend the time within which copies of a witness 
officer's notes must be provided to the investigating police service 
or the integrated investigative unit by the chief of police.
(5)  A subject officer shall complete in full the officer's notes in 
respect of the incident or the actions complained of.
(6)  A subject officer is not required to provide the officer's notes 
to the investigating police service or the integrated investigative 
unit, and no other person may provide the officer's notes to the 
investigating police service or the integrated investigative unit 
without the express permission of the subject officer.
Interview
10.5(1)  The person in charge of the investigation referred to in 
section 10.2, or a person acting under the authority of that person, 
may direct that a witness officer attend at an interview and answer 
questions.
(2)  Subject to subsection (3), a police officer directed under 
subsection (1) to attend at an interview shall do so
	(a)	immediately, or
	(b)	where there are appropriate grounds for the delay, no 
later than 24 hours after the request was made.
(3)  The person in charge of the investigation, or a person acting 
under the authority of that person, may request that an interview 
take place at a later time than that set out in subsection (2)(b).
(4)  Where practicable, the interview shall be recorded by 
audiotape or videotape.
Status of police officer
10.6(1)  The person in charge of the investigation referred to in 
section 10.2 shall, before directing an interview with a police 
officer under section 10.5 or requesting copies of the police 
officer's notes under section 10.4, advise the chief of police and 
the officer in writing as to whether the officer is considered to be a 
subject officer or a witness officer.
(2)  The person in charge of the investigation shall advise the chief 
of police and the police officer in writing if, at any time after 
advising the chief of police and the officer under subsection (1) of 
the officer's status, the officer in charge decides that an officer 
formerly considered to be a subject officer is now considered to be 
a witness officer or an officer formerly considered to be a witness 
officer is now considered to be a subject officer.
(3)  If, after interviewing a police officer who was considered to be 
a witness officer when the interview was requested or after 
obtaining a copy of the notes of a police officer who was 
considered to be a witness officer when the notes were requested, 
the person in charge of the investigation decides that the police 
officer is a subject officer, the person in charge shall
	(a)	advise the chief of police and the officer in writing that 
the officer is now considered to be a subject officer,
	(b)	give the police officer the original and all copies of the 
record of the interview, if any, and
	(c)	give the chief of police the original and all copies of the 
police officer's notes.

7   Section 16 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1) by striking out "the hearing be 
conducted" wherever it occurs and substituting "the 
hearing or a portion of it be conducted";
	(b)	by adding the following after subsection (2):
(2.1)  Notwithstanding subsection (2), a representative of the 
commission may attend a hearing or any portion of a hearing that 
is held in private.

8   Section 17(1) is amended by striking out "one of the 
following" and substituting "one or more of the following".

9   Section 19 is amended
	(a)	by striking out subsection (1) and substituting the 
following:
Minor contraventions
19(1)  Where a matter is disposed of under section 45(4) of 
the Act without conducting a hearing, the chief of police
	(a)	may
	(i)	dismiss the matter, or
	(ii)	issue an official warning,
			or
	(b)	with the agreement of the cited officer, may
	(i)	issue a reprimand,
	(ii)	order the forfeiture of hours of work accumulated 
through overtime, not to exceed 15 hours, or
	(iii)	suspend the police officer from duty without pay 
for a period not to exceed 20 hours of work.
	(b)	in subsection (2) by adding "under subsection (1)(a)(ii)" 
after "an official warning";
	(c)	by repealing subsection (3).

10   Section 22 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Record of discipline
22   When, and only when,
	(a)	a period of 5 years has elapsed from the day that punishment 
is imposed on a police officer for a contravention of section 
5, or
	(b)	a period of 3 years has elapsed from the day that an action is 
taken in respect of a police officer under section 19(1),
if during that time no other entries concerning a contravention of this 
Regulation have been made on the police officer's record of 
discipline, any record of the punishment, the contravention or the 
action taken shall
	(c)	be removed from the police officer's record of discipline and 
destroyed, and
	(d)	not be used or referred to in any future proceedings 
respecting that police officer.

11   Section 24 is amended by striking out "public" wherever 
it occurs.

12   Section 26 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Transitional
26(1)  Sections 17(1) and 22, as amended by sections 8 and 10 of 
the Police Service Amendment Regulation, apply to investigations 
and disciplinary proceedings in respect of complaints made in 
accordance with the Act on or after the coming into force of the 
Police Service Amendment Regulation.
(2)  Sections 10 and 19(1) and (2), as amended by sections 5 and 9 
of the Police Service Amendment Regulation, apply to 
investigations and proceedings under the Act in respect of 
complaints made in accordance with the Act whether commenced 
but not concluded before or commenced on or after the coming 
into force of the Police Service Amendment Regulation.

13   Section 26.1 is amended by striking out "2009" and 
substituting "2014".



Alberta Regulation 137/2008
Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act
WATER WELL DRILLER TRADE AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: July 23, 2008
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training 
Board on June 27, 2008 pursuant to section 33(2) of the Apprenticeship and Industry 
Training Act and approved by the Minister of Advanced Education and Technology 
on July 10, 2008 pursuant to section 33(2) of the Apprenticeship and Industry 
Training Act.
1   The Water Well Driller Trade Regulation (AR 310/2000) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 2(a) is amended by striking out "and reclamation" 
and substituting ", reconditioning and decommissioning".


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Alberta Regulation 138/2008
Municipal Government Act
PROCEEDINGS BEFORE THE BOARD CLARIFICATION REGULATION
Filed: July 30, 2008
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 366/2008) 
on July 30, 2008 pursuant to section 603 of the Municipal Government Act. 
Definition
1   In this Regulation, "Act" means the Municipal Government Act.
Nature of hearing
2(1)  A hearing before the Municipal Government Board under Part 12 
of the Act is a hearing de novo.
(2)  Despite subsection (1), when hearing an appeal from the decision 
of an assessment review board or other person under Part 12 of the 
Act, the Municipal Government Board may also consider, but is not 
bound by, any matter on the record, including the decision, of the 
assessment review board or other person, as the case may be.
Repeal
3   This Regulation is made under section 603(1) of the Act and is 
repealed in accordance with section 603(2) of the Act.
Coming into force
4   This Regulation is deemed to have come into force on January 1, 
2008.


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Alberta Regulation 139/2008
Provincial Court Act
PROVINCIAL COURT FEES AND COSTS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: July 30, 2008
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 395/2008) 
on July 30, 2008 pursuant to section 9 of the Provincial Court Act. 
1   The Provincial Court Fees and Costs Regulation 
(AR 18/91) is amended by this Regulation.

2   The following is added after section 1.1:
Witness fees
1.2(1)  The prescribed fee payable to a witness served a notice to 
attend a hearing is as follows:
	(a)	for a non-expert witness, per day	$10.00;
	(b)	for an expert witness, per day	$20.00.
(2)  The expense payable to a witness for transportation to attend a 
hearing is as follows:
	(a)	subject to clause (b), using 
a private motor vehicle,	the amount set out 
	in section 15 of  
	the Public Service  
	Subsistence, Travel 
	and Moving Expenses 
	Regulation;
	(b)	if in a judge's opinion public  
transportation can be used on a  
timely basis and an amount should  
not be paid under clause (a), 	the actual  
	cost of public  
	transportation.

3   Section 2 is amended by repealing clauses (h) and (i) 
and substituting the following:
	(h)	for the prescribed fee paid to a witness to attend a hearing
	(i)	for a non-expert witness, per day	$10.00;
	(ii)	for an expert witness, per day	$20.00;
	(i)	for the expense paid to a witness for transportation to attend a 
hearing
	(i)	subject to subclause (ii), using 
a private motor vehicle,	the amount set out 
	in section 15 of  
	the Public Service  
	Subsistence, Travel 
	and Moving Expenses 
	Regulation;
	(ii)	if in a judge's opinion public  
transportation can be used on a  
timely basis and an amount should  
not be paid under subclause (i), 	the actual  
	cost of public  
	transportation;