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 Alberta Regulation 97/2009
Safety Codes Act
PRESSURE WELDERS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 16, 2009
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 183/2009) 
on April 16, 2009 pursuant to section 65 of the Safety Codes Act. 
1   The Pressure Welders Regulation (AR 169/2002) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 8(3) is repealed and the following is substituted:
(3)  The expiry date of a Grade C Pressure Welder Certificate of 
Competency must be no later than 12 months following the date it is 
issued unless the holder of the certificate meets the requirements of 
section 12(1)(b).
(3.1)  The expiry date of a Grade C Pressure Welder Certificate of 
Competency issued to a candidate who meets the requirements of 
section 12(1)(b) must be no later than 24 months following the date 
it was issued.

3   Section 9(2) is amended by striking out "or" at the end of 
clause (b), by adding "or" at the end of clause (c) and by 
adding the following after clause (c):
	(d)	hold a trade certificate, as defined in section 1(o)(ii) of the 
Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act, in the trade of 
welder.

4   The following is added after section 9:
Grade B equivalents
9.1   If the Administrator determines that a person holds a certificate 
from a jurisdiction outside Alberta that is equivalent to a Grade B 
Pressure Welder Certificate of Competency issued under this 
Regulation, the Administrator may, on application, issue an 
equivalent certificate of competency.

5   Section 10(2) is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
(2)  To qualify to take a Grade C Pressure Welder Certificate of 
Competency examination, a candidate's employer or prospective 
employer must satisfy a safety codes officer that the candidate has
	(a)	engaged in welding in Alberta for a period and of a type of 
welding acceptable to the Administrator, or
	(b)		engaged in welding outside Alberta for a period of 36 months 
and holds a pressure welder qualification issued by a 
jurisdiction outside Alberta.

6   Section 11 is amended
	(a)	by striking out "welding" wherever it occurs and 
substituting "welder";
	(b)	by adding "program" after "apprentice's apprenticeship".

7   Section 12 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Grade C equivalents
12(1)  Pursuant to section 42 of the Act, a Grade C Pressure Welder 
Certificate of Competency may be issued to a person coming into 
Alberta
	(a)	who has, in the opinion of the Administrator, experience and 
qualifications equivalent to the holder of a Grade B Pressure 
Welder Certificate of Competency if the person's employer
	(i)	applies to the Administrator on a form satisfactory to 
the Administrator, and
	(ii)	certifies in writing to the Administrator that the welding 
to be performed is of an urgent nature,
		or
	(b)	who has, notwithstanding section 10,
	(i)	a Journeyman Welder's Red Seal Certificate of 
Competency from a Canadian jurisdiction outside 
Alberta or a trade certificate, as defined in section 
1(o)(ii) of the Apprenticeship and Industry Training 
Act, in the trade of welder,
	(ii)	a valid pressure welder certificate of competency from a 
Canadian jurisdiction outside Alberta that is acceptable 
to the Administrator, and
	(iii)	a valid performance qualification certification from a 
Canadian jurisdiction outside Alberta that is acceptable 
to the Administrator.
(2)  Despite section 8, a Grade C Pressure Welder Certificate of 
Competency issued under subsection (1)(a) may not be issued for a 
term exceeding 10 working days.

8   Section 21(1)(b) is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
	(b)	the welding procedure in respect of which a performance 
qualification test is to be conducted has been accepted and 
registered in accordance with section 27 of the Pressure 
Equipment Safety Regulation (AR 49/2006),

9   Section 25 is amended by striking out "September 30, 2009" 
and substituting "May 31, 2010".


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Alberta Regulation 98/2009
Seniors Benefit Act
SENIORS BENEFIT ACT GENERAL AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 16, 2009
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 195/2009) 
on April 16, 2009 pursuant to section 6 of the Seniors Benefit Act. 
1   The Seniors Benefit Act General Regulation (AR 213/94) 
is amended by this Regulation.

2   The Schedule is amended in the Table
	(a)	by repealing Parts 1 and 2 and substituting the 
following:
Part 1
Accommodation and 
Relationship Category
 
Percentage
Maximum Annual 
Cash Benefit
Homeowner 
   Single senior 
   Senior couple
 
20.03% 
20.15%
 
$3360 
$5040
Renter 
   Single senior 
   Senior couple
 
20.03% 
20.15%
 
$3360 
$5040
Lodge Resident 
   Single senior 
   Senior couple
 
20.03% 
20.15%
 
$3360 
$5040
Long-term Care 
Centre 
   Single senior 
   Senior couple
 
 
20.03% 
20.15%
 
 
$3360 
$5040
Designated Assisted 
Living Unit
   Single senior 
   Senior couple
 
 
20.03% 
20.15%
 
 
$3360 
$5040
All other 
Accommodation 
   Single senior 
   Senior couple
 
 
13.95% 
18.71%
 
 
$2340 
$4680



Part 2
Accommodation 
Assistance Only 
(Seniors not eligible 
for OAS)
 
 
Percentage of Benefit 
(as calculated above)

Single senior
Senior couple
Homeowner 
Renter 
Lodge resident 
Long-term care centre 
   resident
51.34% 
51.34% 
51.34% 
 
51.34%
34.23% 
34.23% 
34.23% 
 
34.23%
Designated Assisted 
Living Unit
 
51.34%
 
34.23%
	(b)	in the Note by striking out "October 2008" and 
substituting "April 2009".



Alberta Regulation 99/2009
Health Professions Act
DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 16, 2009
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 203/2009) 
on April 16, 2009 pursuant to section 134 of the Health Professions Act. 
1   The Disclosure of Information Regulation (AR 196/2004) 
is amended by this Regulation.



2   Section 1 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Requirement to provide information 
1   For the purposes of section 33(4)(b) of the Health Professions 
Act, a regulated member of a college must provide the information 
respecting the member set out in the Schedule to the registrar of the 
college.

3   Section 2 is amended by striking out "of health planning and 
delivery" and substituting "set out in that section".

4   Sections 3, 4 and 5 are repealed and the following is 
substituted:
Disclosure of information
3   The Minister may disclose information pursuant to section 122 of 
the Health Professions Act
	(a)	to a regulated member where the disclosure is necessary to 
enable the regulated member to provide a health service,
	(b)	to an individual who provides a health service if
	(i)	the individual is governed by a regulatory body, where 
the regulatory body is established or governed pursuant 
to an Alberta enactment, and
	(ii)	the disclosure is necessary to enable the individual to 
provide a health service,
	(c)	to a college if the college provided the information to the 
Minister under section 122 of the Health Professions Act,
	(d)	to a custodian, as defined in the Health Information Act, and
	(e)	to any province or organization with which the Government 
of Alberta has entered into an agreement to share 
information.

5   Section 7 is repealed.

6   The following is added after section 8:
Schedule
	(a)	the member's date of birth;
	(b)	the member's gender;
	(c)	the following information respecting each of the regulated 
member's education credentials:
	(i)	the type of credentials;
	(ii)	the year the credentials were granted;
	(iii)	the name of the institution that granted the credentials 
and the country in which the institution is located;
	(d)	the information respecting the member that the registrar must 
enter in the register under section 33(3) of the Health 
Professions Act including,
	(i)	in respect of section 33(3)(c) of the Health Professions 
Act, if any conditions have been imposed on the 
member's practice permit, the details of those 
conditions, the date the conditions were imposed and 
the date the conditions are to expire, if applicable,
	(ii)	in respect of section 33(3)(f) of the Health Professions 
Act, if the member is authorized to provide a restricted 
activity not normally provided by regulated members of 
the college, what that restricted activity is, the date the 
restricted activity was authorized and the date the 
authorization is to expire, if applicable,
	(iii)	in respect of section 33(3)(g) of the Health Professions 
Act, if the member is not authorized to provide a 
restricted activity that is normally provided by regulated 
members of the college, what that restricted activity is, 
the date the prohibition was imposed and the date the 
prohibition is to expire, if applicable, and
	(iv)	category of register.


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Alberta Regulation 100/2009
Provincial Offences Procedure Act
PROCEDURES (SUSTAINABLE RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT) 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 16, 2009
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 204/2009) 
on April 16, 2009 pursuant to section 42 of the Provincial Offences Procedure Act. 
1   The Procedures Regulation (AR 233/89) is amended by 
this Regulation.

2   Schedule 2, Part 4 is amended
	(a)	by adding the following after item 7:

7.1
10.2(1)
150

7.2
10.2(2)
150

	(b)	by adding the following after item 28:

28.1
15.7(1)
250

28.2
15.8(1)(a)
150

28.3
15.8(1)(b)
500

28.4
15.8(2)
150

	(c)	by adding the following after item 39:

39.1
25.1(1)
150

39.2
25.1(2)
150


3   Schedule 2, Part 22 is amended by adding the following 
after item 30:
30.1
81.1(4)
250

4   Schedule 2, Part 23 is amended
	(a)	by repealing item 2 and substituting the following:
 2
98(4), (6), (6.1) or (7)
250
	(b)	by adding the following after item 7:
 7.1
103.1
500
	(c)	by repealing item 8;
	(d)	by repealing item 9 and substituting the following:
 9
105(1)
50
 9.1
105(2)
300
 9.2
105(3)
100
	(e)	by repealing item 15 and substituting the following:
15
120(2)
 75
	(f)	by adding the following after item 19:
19.1
126(1.1) or (1.2)
200
	(g)	by adding the following after item 27:
27.1
130(2.01), (2.1), (3.1),
(4.1) or (4.2)
100
	(h)	by repealing item 28 and substituting the following:
28
132(1)
 50
	(i)	by repealing item 31.

5   Schedule 2, Part 23.1 is amended by repealing item 1 
and substituting the following:
1
18(1)
 50



Alberta Regulation 101/2009
Teachers' Pension Plans Act
TEACHERS' AND PRIVATE SCHOOL TEACHERS' PENSION PLANS 
(CONTRIBUTION RATES 2009) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 22, 2009
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Teachers' Retirement Fund Board on 
April 21, 2009 pursuant to section 16(2) and (6) of the Teachers' Pension Plans Act. 
1   The Teachers' and Private School Teachers' Pension 
Plans (AR 203/95) are amended by this Regulation.

2   Schedule 1 is amended by sections 3 to 6 of this 
Regulation.

3   Section 10(2) is amended
	(a)	in clause (a) by striking out "5.65%" and substituting 
"6.02%";
	(b)	in clause (b) by striking out "10.07%" and 
substituting "9.47%".

4   Section 11 is amended by striking out "1.56%" and 
substituting "2.03%".

5   Section 12 is repealed.



6   Section 13 is amended
	(a)	in clause (a) by striking out "6.92%," and 
substituting "7.02%, and";
	(b)	in clause (b) by striking out "1.47%, and" and 
substituting "1.91%,";
	(c)	by repealing clause (c).

7   Schedule 2 is amended by sections 8 to 10 of this 
Regulation.

8   Section 10 is amended
	(a)	in clause (a)
	(i)	by striking out "7.46%" and substituting 
"7.63%";
	(ii)	by striking out "5.65%" and substituting 
"6.02%";
	(b)	in clause (b)
	(i)	by striking out "10.69%" and substituting 
"10.91%";
	(ii)	by striking out "10.07%" and substituting 
"9.47%".

9   Sections 11 and 12 are repealed and the following is 
substituted:
Members' contributions for post-August 1992 liabilities
11   Whenever a contributing active member makes current service 
contributions, that member shall also make contributions for 
unfunded liabilities attributable to pensionable service after August 
31, 1992, under section 16(6) of the Act, at the rate of 0.00% of the 
pensionable salary paid.

10   Section 13 is amended
	(a)	in clause (a) by striking out "7.83%" and substituting 
"8.08%";
	(b)	in clause (b) by striking out "0.08%" and 
substituting "0.00%".

11   This Regulation comes into force on September 1, 
2009.



Alberta Regulation 102/2009
Public Sector Pension Plans Act
LOCAL AUTHORITIES PENSION PLAN ("GOOD SAM"  
EMPLOYEES, 2009) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 22, 2009
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 205/2009) 
on April 22, 2009 pursuant to section 4, Schedule 1 of the Public Sector Pension 
Plans Act. 
1   The Local Authorities Pension Plan (AR 366/93) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 3(7) is amended by striking out "and (ii)" and 
substituting ", (ii) and (iii)".

3   Section 10(j) is amended
	(a)	in subclause (i)


	(i)	by striking out "are and,";
	(ii)	by striking out "are or";
	(iii)	by striking out "and" at the end;
	(b)	by repealing subclause (ii) and substituting the 
following:
	(ii)	have at any time had money deducted from their 
paycheques and remitted as if they were participants, 
and
	(iii)	prior to the date that is 90 days after the filing under the 
Regulations Act of the Local Authorities Pension Plan 
("Good Sam" Employees, 2009) Amendment 
Regulation,
	(A)	sent the Minister a signed opting-in declaration in 
the form set by the Minister, or
	(B)	ceased or had previously ceased to be employed by 
that Society,
		with respect to the periods in respect of which those 
remittances occurred and thereafter (except in the case of 
employees referred to in paragraph (B)) so long as they 
remain or to the extent that they remained continuously 
employed by that Society.

4   This Regulation is retroactive to the extent necessary to 
achieve its purposes with respect to each person affected 
by it.


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Alberta Regulation 103/2009
Public Sector Pension Plans Act
MEPP AND PSPP (TRAVEL ALBERTA) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 22, 2009
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 206/2009) 
on April 22, 2009 pursuant to section 4, Schedules 2 and 5 of the Public Sector 
Pension Plans Act. 
Part 1 
Management Employees  
Pension Plan

1   The Management Employees Pension Plan (AR 367/93) is 
amended by this Part.

2   Schedule 2 is amended in Part 2 by adding the following 
after clause (m):
	(m.1)	Travel Alberta,
Part 2 
Public Service Pension Plan

3   The Public Service Pension Plan (AR 368/93) is amended 
by this Part.

4   Schedule 2 is amended in Part 2 by adding the following 
after item 23:
24   Travel Alberta.
Part 3 
General

5   This Regulation is deemed to have come into force on 
April 1, 2009.


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Alberta Regulation 104/2009
Business Corporations Act
BUSINESS CORPORATIONS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 22, 2009
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 210/2009) 
on April 22, 2009 pursuant to section 293.3 of the Business Corporations Act. 
1   The Business Corporations Regulation (AR 118/2000) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   The following is added before section 1:
Part 1 
General

3   Section 17(2) is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
(2)  Subsection (1) does not apply to


	(a)	a corporation that has as its name a designated number 
assigned under section 11, 13(3) or 210(4)(d) of the Act, or
	(b)	an extra-provincial corporation that has as its name a number 
name.



4   Section 18 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Number as name
18   Where the Registrar assigns as a name a designated number 
under section 11, 13(3) or 210(4)(d) of the Act, the name must be the 
corporation's file number followed by
	(a)	Alberta, and
	(b)	a legal element referred to in section 10(3) or 15.4 of the Act.
5   Section 20(c) is amended by adding "digital imaging," 
before "microfilming".

6   Sections 28 to 30 are repealed and the following is 
substituted:
Part 2 
Special Rules Respecting 
Extra-provincial Matters
Division 1 
Interpretation and Designations
Definitions
28   In this Part,
	(a)	"agreement" means an agreement under section 293.2 of the 
Act;
	(b)	"designated extra-provincial corporation" means an 
extra-provincial corporation designated under section 29(2);
	(c)	"designated extra-provincial registrar" means an 
extra-provincial registrar designated under section 29(1);
	(d)	"home jurisdiction", in respect of a designated 
extra-provincial corporation, means the jurisdiction
	(i)	in which the designated extra-provincial corporation is 
incorporated,
	(ii)	in which the designated extra-provincial corporation is 
continued, or
	(iii)	in which the designated extra-provincial corporation is 
amalgamated;
	(e)	"registered corporation" means a corporation that is 
registered in the jurisdiction of a designated extra-provincial 
registrar.
Designations
29(1)  The Registrar of Companies appointed under the Business 
Corporations Act, SBC 2002, c.57 is designated as an 
extra-provincial registrar to which this Regulation applies.
(2)  Those extra-provincial corporations that are companies as 
defined in the Business Corporations Act, SBC 2002, c.57 are 
designated as extra-provincial corporations to which this Regulation 
applies.
Division 2 
Alberta Corporations
Registration in jurisdiction of designated extra-provincial registrar
30(1)  A corporation may request the Registrar to act under this 
Division in respect of the corporation's application for registration in 
the jurisdiction of a designated extra-provincial registrar.
(2)  A request under subsection (1) must be accompanied with the 
information, documents and fees required under the legislation of the 
jurisdiction of the designated extra-provincial registrar.
Maintaining registration
31(1)  A registered corporation may request the Registrar to act 
under this Division in respect of extra-provincial matters in the 
jurisdiction of a designated extra-provincial registrar in which the 
registered corporation is registered.
(2)  A request under subsection (1) must be accompanied with the 
information, documents and fees required under the legislation of the 
jurisdiction of the designated extra-provincial registrar.
Requests, information and documents
32(1)  A request, information and documents submitted by a 
corporation under section 30 or a registered corporation under 
section 31 must
	(a)	be in the form, including an electronic format, established by 
the Registrar, and
	(b)	if the Registrar has not established an electronic format, 
comply with section 20.
(2)  If the Registrar considers that a request, information or a 
document submitted under this Division contains extraneous 
information, the Registrar may reject the request, information or 
document.
(3)  On receipt of a request under section 30(1) or 31(1), the 
Registrar shall, forthwith, compile any information and documents 
from the Registrar's records that the applicable agreement requires 
the Registrar to provide to the designated extra-provincial registrar.
(4)  The Registrar shall, in accordance with the applicable 
agreement, transmit to the designated extra-provincial registrar
	(a)	the information, documents and fees submitted to the 
Registrar under this Division, and
	(b)	the information and documents compiled under subsection 
(3).
Provision of other information to designated extra-provincial registrar
33(1)  Where a registered corporation submits information or a 
document to the Registrar under the Act, the Registrar shall, if 
required by the applicable agreement,
	(a)	transmit the information or document to the designated 
extra-provincial registrar, and
	(b)	take any other action respecting the information or document 
that is specified in the applicable agreement.
(2)  Where the Registrar takes action with respect to a registered 
corporation under the Act, the Registrar shall, if required by the 
applicable agreement,
	(a)	transmit to the designated extra-provincial registrar 
information respecting the action taken, and
	(b)	take any other action respecting the information that is 
specified in the applicable agreement.
(3)  The Registrar may act under subsection (1) or (2) whether or not 
the registered corporation has made a request under section 31(1).
Division 3 
Designated Extra-provincial Corporations
Registrations and filings of designated extra-provincial corporations
34   A designated extra-provincial corporation may not apply for 
registration or submit information or documents for filing under Part 
21 of the Act except in accordance with this Division.
Registration
35(1)  A designated extra-provincial corporation may apply to the 
Registrar to be registered under Part 21 of the Act.
(2)  An application referred to in subsection (1) must
	(a)	be submitted to the designated extra-provincial registrar, and
	(b)	be accompanied with the following information and 
documents:
	(i)	if the name of the designated extra-provincial 
corporation contravenes section 282 of the Act, the 
assumed name of the designated extra-provincial 
corporation;
	(ii)	if the designated extra-provincial corporation does not 
have as its name a number name, the number and date 
of an Alberta Search Report from the NUANS (Newly 
Upgraded Automated Name Search) system maintained 
by the Government of Canada, dated not more than 90 
days prior to the date of the application;
	(iii)	the address of the head office of the designated 
extra-provincial corporation;
	(iv)	the appointment of the designated extra-provincial 
corporation's attorney for service and, if applicable, 
alternative attorney for service, including the attorney's 
and alternative attorney's name, firm name, physical 
address and, if different from the physical address, 
mailing address.
(3)  Subject to section 282 of the Act, if the Registrar is satisfied that 
all of the information and documents necessary for a designated 
extra-provincial corporation to register under Part 21 of the Act have 
been received in the form specified in the applicable agreement, the 
Registrar shall
	(a)	file the information and documents, and
	(b)	register the designated extra-provincial corporation and issue 
a certificate of registration for the designated extra-provincial 
corporation.
Head office
36(1)  If a designated extra-provincial corporation has a registered 
office in its home jurisdiction, the designated extra-provincial 
corporation may specify the address of its registered office as the 
address of its head office.
(2)  If a registered designated extra-provincial corporation that has 
specified the address of its registered office as the address of its head 
office ceases to have a registered office in its home jurisdiction, the 
address of the former registered office continues to be the address of 
the head office in the records of the Registrar until the head office is 
changed in accordance with section 40.
Attorney for service
37(1)  A designated extra-provincial corporation may appoint an 
individual as its alternative attorney if that individual is
	(a)	a member of a partnership of which the attorney is also a 
member, or
	(b)	an assistant manager of the designated extra-provincial 
corporation and the attorney is the manager for Alberta of the 
designated extra-provincial corporation.
(2)  A designated extra-provincial corporation shall ensure that the 
address of its attorney is an office that is
	(a)	accessible to the public during normal business hours, and
	(b)	readily identifiable from the physical address.
Changes in name
38(1)  If a registered designated extra-provincial corporation 
changes its name, it shall, within one month after the effective date 
of the change, give notice to the Registrar that it has changed its 
name.
(2)  A notice referred to in subsection (1) must
	(a)	be submitted to the designated extra-provincial registrar,
	(b)	if the new name contravenes section 282 of the Act, include 
the new assumed name of the designated extra-provincial 
corporation, and
	(c)	if the designated extra-provincial corporation does not have 
as its name a number name, include the number and date of 
an Alberta Search Report from the NUANS (Newly 
Upgraded Automated Name Search) system maintained by 
the Government of Canada, dated not more than 90 days 
prior to the date the notice is given.
(3)  Subject to section 282 of the Act, if the Registrar is satisfied that 
all of the information and documents necessary for a registered 
designated extra-provincial corporation to change its name have 
been received in the form specified in the applicable agreement, the 
Registrar shall issue a certificate of amendment of registration and 
change the Registrar's records accordingly.
Cancellation of assumed name
39(1)  A registered designated extra-provincial corporation that has 
assumed a name pursuant to section 283(1) of the Act may apply to 
the Registrar to cancel its assumed name and carry on business in 
Alberta under the name in which it was registered.
(2)  An application referred to in subsection (1)
	(a)	must be submitted to the designated extra-provincial 
registrar, and
	(b)	if the designated extra-provincial corporation does not have 
as its name a number name, must be accompanied with the 
number and date of an Alberta Search Report from the 
NUANS (Newly Upgraded Automated Name Search) system 
maintained by the Government of Canada, dated not more 
than 90 days prior to the date of the application.
(3)  Subject to section 282 of the Act, if the Registrar is satisfied that 
all of the information and documents necessary for a designated 
extra-provincial corporation to cancel its assumed name have been 
received in the form specified in the applicable agreement, the 
Registrar may issue a certificate of cancellation of assumed name.
(4)  If the Registrar approves the application referred to in subsection 
(1), the registered designated extra-provincial corporation may carry 
on business in Alberta under the name in which it was registered.
Changes in head office
40(1)  If a registered designated extra-provincial corporation 
changes its head office, it shall, within one month after the effective 
date of the change, give notice of the change in head office to the 
Registrar.
(2)  The notice referred to in subsection (1) must
	(a)	be submitted to the designated extra-provincial registrar, and
	(b)	include the address of the new head office.
(3)  If the Registrar is satisfied that all of the information and 
documents necessary for a registered designated extra-provincial 
corporation to change its head office have been received in the form 
specified in the applicable agreement, the Registrar shall file the 
information and documents.
Changes in attorney for service
41(1)  If an attorney of a registered designated extra-provincial 
corporation dies or resigns or the attorney's appointment is revoked, 
the registered designated extra-provincial corporation shall forthwith 
give the Registrar notice of an appointment of an individual as its 
attorney for service.
(2)  A registered designated extra-provincial corporation shall give 
the Registrar a notice of any change in the name, firm name or 
address of its attorney or alternative attorney.
(3)  An attorney for a registered designated extra-provincial 
corporation who intends to resign shall
	(a)	give not less than 60 days' notice to the registered designated 
extra-provincial corporation at its head office, and
	(b)	give the Registrar a copy of the notice.
(4)  A notice under subsection (1), (2) or (3) must
	(a)	be submitted to the designated extra-provincial registrar, and
	(b)	include the attorney's and any alternative attorney's name, 
firm name, physical address and, if different from the 
physical address, mailing address.
(5)  If the Registrar is satisfied that all of the information and 
documents necessary for a registered designated extra-provincial 
corporation to change its attorney for service have been received in 
the form specified in the applicable agreement, the Registrar shall 
file the information and documents.
Instrument of amalgamation
42(1)  If a registered designated extra-provincial corporation 
amalgamates with one or more designated extra-provincial 
corporations or other extra-provincial corporations, the registered 
designated extra-provincial corporation shall, within one month after 
the effective date of the amalgamation, give notice to the Registrar 
of the amalgamation.
(2)  A notice referred to in subsection (1) must 
	(a)	be submitted to the designated extra-provincial registrar, and
	(b)	be accompanied with the following information and 
documents:
	(i)	if the name of the amalgamated designated 
extra-provincial corporation contravenes section 282 of 
the Act, the assumed name of the amalgamated 
designated extra-provincial corporation;
	(ii)	if the amalgamated designated extra-provincial 
corporation does not have a number name, the number 
and date of an Alberta Search Report from the NUANS 
(Newly Upgraded Automated Name Search) system 
maintained by the Government of Canada, dated not 
more than 90 days prior to the date of the application;
	(iii)	the address of the head office of the amalgamated 
designated extra-provincial corporation;
	(iv)	the appointment of the amalgamated designated 
extra-provincial corporation's attorney for service and, 
if applicable, alternative attorney for service, including 
the attorney's and alternative attorney's name, firm 
name, physical address and, if different from the 
physical address, mailing address.
(3)  Subject to section 282 of the Act, if the Registrar is satisfied that 
all of the information and documents necessary to register the 
amalgamated designated extra-provincial corporation have been 
received in the form specified in the applicable agreement, the 
Registrar shall
	(a)	file the information and documents, and
	(b)	issue a new certificate of registration of the amalgamated 
designated extra-provincial corporation.
Application to cancel registration
43(1)  A registered designated extra-provincial corporation that 
ceases to carry on business in Alberta may apply to cancel its 
registration.
(2)  An application referred to in subsection (1) must
	(a)	be submitted to the designated extra-provincial registrar, and
	(b)	contain a statement that the registered designated 
extra-provincial corporation has ceased to carry on business 
in Alberta.
Cancellation of registration without notice
44(1)  The Registrar may, without notice, cancel the registration of a 
designated extra-provincial corporation if the designated 
extra-provincial corporation
	(a)	has applied to cancel its registration,
	(b)	has continued out of or amalgamated out of its home 
jurisdiction,
	(c)	is dissolved, or
	(d)	does not comply with a direction of the Registrar under 
section 282(2) of the Act.
(2)  The reinstatement or revival of a designated extra-provincial 
corporation in its home jurisdiction does not affect the cancellation 
of the designated extra-provincial corporation's registration.
Cancellation of registration with notice
45(1)  The Registrar may cancel the registration of a designated 
extra-provincial corporation if the designated extra-provincial 
corporation
	(a)	does not have an attorney for service,
	(b)	does not carry out an undertaking given in accordance with 
this Regulation, or
	(c)	has otherwise contravened Part 21 of the Act or this 
Regulation.
(2)  The Registrar shall not cancel the registration of a designated 
extra-provincial corporation under subsection (1) until
	(a)	the Registrar has given at least 120 days' notice of the 
proposed cancellation with the Registrar's reasons for it
	(i)	to the designated extra-provincial corporation by mail 
addressed to its head office, and
	(ii)	to its attorney by mail addressed to the attorney,
	(b)	the Registrar has published a notice of the proposed 
cancellation in the Registrar's periodical or The Alberta 
Gazette, and
	(c)	either no appeal is commenced under section 247 of the Act 
or, if an appeal has been commenced, it has been 
discontinued or the Registrar's decision is confirmed on the 
appeal.
(3)  A notice of a proposed cancellation sent by ordinary mail to a 
registered designated extra-provincial corporation or to its attorney 
in accordance with subsection (2) is deemed to have been received at 
the time it would be delivered in the ordinary course of mail despite 
the fact that it is returned as undeliverable.
Cancellation of registration of extra-provincial corporation
46   The Registrar may, without notice, cancel the registration of an 
extra-provincial corporation that has become a designated 
extra-provincial corporation.
Liability for obligations
47   The cancellation of the registration of a designated 
extra-provincial corporation under section 44 or 45 or of an 
extra-provincial corporation under section 46 does not affect the 
liability of the designated extra-provincial corporation or of the 
extra-provincial corporation for its obligations.
Collection of information
48(1)  The Registrar may collect from a designated extra-provincial 
registrar any information or documents specified in the applicable 
agreement that are submitted to or held by the designated 
extra-provincial registrar, including, without limitation, information 
and documents respecting the following:
	(a)	the application for registration of a designated 
extra-provincial corporation;
	(b)	a change in the name of a registered designated 
extra-provincial corporation;
	(c)	the application of a registered designated extra-provincial 
corporation to cancel its assumed name;
	(d)	a change in the head office of a registered designated 
extra-provincial corporation;
	(e)	a change in the attorney for service of a registered designated 
extra-provincial corporation;
	(f)	a notice of an amalgamation given by a registered designated 
extra-provincial corporation;
	(g)	the application of a registered designated extra-provincial 
corporation to cancel its registration;
	(h)	the dissolution of a registered designated extra-provincial 
corporation;
	(i)	a registered designated extra-provincial corporation's 
continuance out of its home jurisdiction;
	(j)	a correction of information or documents relating to a 
registered designated extra-provincial corporation.
(2)  The Registrar may file any information or documents collected 
under subsection (1).
Complete information required
49   The Registrar may decline to file any information or document 
or to issue any document in respect of any matter relating to a 
designated extra-provincial corporation, including, without 
limitation, the registration of the designated extra-provincial 
corporation, until the Registrar has received from the designated 
extra-provincial registrar, in the form specified in the applicable 
agreement, the information and documents relating to the matter
	(a)	required to be submitted to the designated extra-provincial 
registrar by the designated extra-provincial corporation, and
	(b)	that the Registrar requires that are held by the designated 
extra-provincial registrar.
Form of information
50   An application, request, notice, information or document 
required to be submitted to a designated extra-provincial registrar 
under this Regulation must be in the form or electronic format 
established by the designated extra-provincial registrar.
Certificates
51   The Registrar shall send any certificate issued in respect of a 
designated extra-provincial corporation under this Division to
	(a)	the attorney for service of the designated extra-provincial 
corporation, or
	(b)	where there is no attorney for service, the head office of the 
designated extra-provincial corporation.
Certificate as evidence
52   A certificate of registration issued under section 35(3)(b) to a 
designated extra-provincial corporation or under section 42(3)(b) to 
an amalgamated designated extra-provincial corporation is 
conclusive proof for the purposes of the Act and for all other 
purposes that the provisions of the Act and this Regulation in respect 
of registration of the designated extra-provincial corporation or 
amalgamated designated extra-provincial corporation and all 
requirements precedent and incidental to registration have been 
complied with, and that the designated extra-provincial corporation 
or amalgamated designated extra-provincial corporation has been 
registered under Part 21 of the Act as of the date shown in the 
certificate of registration.
Original Alberta Search Report
53   A designated extra-provincial corporation shall maintain the 
original of each Alberta Search Report from the NUANS (Newly 
Upgraded Automated Name Search) system maintained by the 
Government of Canada that is required under this Division and shall 
provide it to the Registrar on request.
Fee exemption
54   A designated extra-provincial corporation is exempt from the 
requirement to pay a fee in respect of its application for registration 
or the filing of information and documents related to its registration 
under Part 21 of the Act.
Application of provisions of Act
55   Sections 280, 283(4), 284 to 286, 288(1) to (6) and 289 to 292 
of the Act do not apply in respect of a designated extra-provincial 
corporation.
Part 3 
Expiry
Expiry
56   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, 2015.

7   This Regulation comes into force on April 27, 2009.


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Alberta Regulation 105/2009
Partnership Act
PARTNERSHIP REGULATIONS
Filed: April 22, 2009
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 211/2009) 
on April 22, 2009 pursuant to sections 80.1 and 104.1 of the Partnership Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definition
Part 1 
General
	2	Format requirements
	3	Designation of jurisdictions
	4	Annual report of LLPs
	5	Names of Alberta LLPs
Part 2 
Special Rules Respecting 
Extra-provincial Matters
	6	Definitions
Division 1 
Designations
	7	Designations
Division 2 
Alberta Limited Partnerships and Alberta LLPs
	8	Registrations in jurisdiction of designated extra-provincial registrar
	9	Maintaining registration
	10	Requests, information and documents
	11	Provision of other information to designated extra-provincial 
registrar
Division 3 
Designated Extra-provincial  
Limited Partnerships and Designated  
Extra-provincial Limited Liability Partnerships
Designated Extra-provincial Limited Partnerships
	12	Registrations and filings of designated extra-provincial limited 
partnerships
	13	Registration
	14	Changes in name
	15	Changes respecting general partner
	16	Application to cancel registration
	17	Cancellation of registration without notice
	18	Application of provisions of Act
Designated Extra-provincial Limited Liability Partnerships
	19	Registrations and filings of designated extra-provincial limited 
liability partnerships
	20	Registration
	21	Head office
	22	Attorney for service
	23	Partnership list
	24	Changes in name
	25	Changes in head office
	26	Changes in attorney for service
	27	Application to cancel registration
	28	Cancellation of registration without notice
	29	Cancellation of registration with notice
	30	Notice to and service on a designated extra-provincial limited 
liability partnership
	31	Application of provisions of Act
General Matters
	32	Collection of information
	33	Complete information required
	34	Form of information
	35	Registration statement and certificate of registration
	36	Fee exemption
Transitional
	37	Transitional
Part 3 
Repeal, Expiry and  
Coming into Force
	38	Repeal
	39	Expiry
	40	Coming into force
Definition
1   In this Regulation, "Act" means the Partnership Act.
Part 1 
General
Format requirements
2   A form or other document filed with the Registrar in other than an 
electronic format must
	(a)	be printed or typewritten on good quality white paper 21.5 
cm by 28 cm,
	(b)	be legible, and
	(c)	be suitable for digital imaging, microfilming and 
photocopying.
Designation of jurisdictions
3   The following jurisdictions are designated for the purposes of 
section 52(2) of the Act in respect of the registration of limited 
partnerships:
	(a)	any province or territory of Canada;
	(b)	any state of the United States of America;
	(c)	the United Kingdom.
Annual report of LLPs
4(1)  For the purposes of subsection (2), the anniversary month of an 
Alberta LLP and an extra-provincial LLP is the month in which the 
certificate of registration under Part 3 of the Act was issued by the 
Registrar.
(2)  An Alberta LLP and an extra-provincial LLP shall annually, not 
later than the last day of the month immediately following the 
anniversary month, file with the Registrar, in a format and manner 
approved by the Registrar, a return setting out any changes in respect 
to the following information:
	(a)	the name and residential address of the partner who is 
designated as the representative of the partnership in respect 
to matters relating to the partnership;
	(b)	the address of the registered office of the partnership;
	(c)	the separate post office box, if any, designated as the 
partnership's address for service by mail.
Names of Alberta LLPs
5(1)  The name of an Alberta LLP must contain the legal element 
"LLP" or its abbreviation "LLP" or "Soci‚t‚ … Responsabilit‚ Limit‚e" 
or its abbreviation "SRL", and where the name contains the legal 
element "LLP" or its abbreviation "LLP", the name must end with that 
legal element.
(2)  The name of an Alberta LLP may not be
	(a)	identical to the name of any other Alberta LLP or any 
extra-provincial LLP registered in Alberta, or
	(b)	so similar to the name of any other Alberta LLP or any 
extra-provincial LLP registered in Alberta that the only 
difference is in respect to the legal element.
(3)  If, through inadvertence or otherwise, an Alberta LLP is registered 
with a name that does not comply with this section, the Registrar may, 
by notice in writing to the partnership, direct the partnership to change 
its name to one that complies with this section within 60 days of the 
date of the notice.
Part 2 
Special Rules Respecting 
Extra-provincial Matters
Definitions
6   In this Part,
	(a)	"agreement" means an agreement under section 80.1 or 104.1 
of the Act, as the case may be;
	(b)	"Alberta limited partnership" means a limited partnership 
formed in Alberta;
	(c)	"designated extra-provincial limited liability partnership" 
means a partnership designated under section 7(3);
	(d)	"designated extra-provincial limited partnership" means a 
partnership designated under section 7(2);
	(e)	"designated extra-provincial registrar" means an 
extra-provincial registrar designated under section 7(1);
	(f)	"registered Alberta limited partnership" means an Alberta 
limited partnership that is registered in the jurisdiction of a 
designated extra-provincial registrar;
	(g)	"registered Alberta LLP" means an Alberta LLP that is 
registered in the jurisdiction of a designated extra-provincial 
registrar;
	(h)	"registered designated extra-provincial limited liability 
partnership" means an extra-provincial limited liability 
partnership that is registered under section 104.1 of the Act;
	(j)	"registered designated extra-provincial limited partnership" 
means an extra-provincial limited partnership that is 
registered under section 80.1 of the Act.
Division 1 
Designations
Designations
7(1)  The registrar as defined in the Partnership Act, RSBC 1996, 
c348 is designated as an extra-provincial registrar to which this Part 
applies.
(2)  Those extra-provincial limited partnerships that are formed under 
the Partnership Act, RSBC 1996, c348 are designated as 
extra-provincial limited partnerships to which this Part applies.
(3)  Those extra-provincial limited liability partnerships that are 
registered as limited liability partnerships under the Partnership Act, 
RSBC 1996, c348 are designated as extra-provincial limited liability 
partnerships to which this Part applies.
Division 2 
Alberta Limited Partnerships and  
Alberta LLPs
Registration in jurisdiction of designated  
extra-provincial registrar
8(1)  An Alberta limited partnership or an Alberta LLP may request 
the Registrar to act under this Division in respect of the Alberta limited 
partnership's or Alberta LLP's application for registration in the 
jurisdiction of a designated extra-provincial registrar.
(2)  A request under subsection (1) must be accompanied with the 
information, documents and fees required under the legislation of the 
jurisdiction of the designated extra-provincial registrar.
Maintaining registration
9(1)  A registered Alberta limited partnership or a registered Alberta 
LLP may request the Registrar to act under this Division in respect of 
extra-provincial matters in the jurisdiction of a designated 
extra-provincial registrar in which the registered Alberta limited 
partnership or the registered Alberta LLP is registered.
(2)  A request under subsection (1) must be accompanied with the 
information, documents and fees required under the legislation of the 
jurisdiction of the designated extra-provincial registrar.
Requests, information and documents
10(1)  A request, information and documents submitted under section 
8 or 9 must
	(a)	be in the form, including an electronic format, established by 
the Registrar, and
	(b)	if the Registrar has not established an electronic format, 
comply with section 2.
(2)  If the Registrar considers that a request, information or a document 
submitted under this Division contains extraneous information, the 
Registrar may reject the request, information or document.
(3)  On receipt of a request under section 8(1) or 9(1), the Registrar 
shall, forthwith, compile any information and documents from the 
Registrar's records that the applicable agreement requires the Registrar 
to provide to the designated extra-provincial registrar.
(4)  The Registrar shall, in accordance with the applicable agreement, 
transmit to the designated extra-provincial registrar
	(a)	the information, documents and fees submitted to the 
Registrar under this Division, and
	(b)	the information and documents compiled under subsection 
(3).
Provision of other information to designated  
extra-provincial registrar
11(1)  Where a registered Alberta limited partnership or registered 
Alberta LLP submits information or a document to the Registrar under 
the Act, the Registrar shall, if required by the applicable agreement,
	(a)	transmit the information or document to the designated 
extra-provincial registrar, and
	(b)	take other action respecting the information or document that 
is specified in the applicable agreement.
(2)  Where the Registrar takes action with respect to a registered 
Alberta limited partnership or registered Alberta LLP under the Act, 
the Registrar shall, if required by the applicable agreement,
	(a)	transmit to the designated extra-provincial registrar 
information respecting the action, and
	(b)	take any other action respecting the information that is 
specified in the applicable agreement.
(3)  The Registrar may act under subsection (1) or (2) whether or not 
the registered Alberta limited partnership or registered Alberta LLP 
has made a request under section 9.
Division 3 
Designated Extra-provincial Limited 
Partnerships and Designated  
Extra-provincial Limited Liability 
Partnerships
Designated Extra-provincial 
Limited Partnerships
Registrations and filings of designated  
extra-provincial limited partnerships
12   A designated extra-provincial limited partnership may not apply 
for registration or submit information or documents for filing under the 
Act except in accordance with this Division.
Registration
13(1)  A designated extra-provincial limited partnership may apply to 
the Registrar to be registered as an extra-provincial limited partnership.
(2)  An application referred to in subsection (1) must be submitted to 
the designated extra-provincial registrar.
(3)  If the Registrar is satisfied that all of the information and 
documents necessary for a designated extra-provincial limited 
partnership to be registered as an extra-provincial limited partnership 
have been received from the designated extra-provincial registrar in the 
form specified in the applicable agreement, the Registrar may
	(a)	file the information and documents, and
	(b)	register the designated extra-provincial limited partnership 
and issue a registration statement.
(4)  A firm registered as a designated extra-provincial limited 
partnership under subsection (3) has the same rights and is subject to 
the same duties, restrictions and liabilities under the Act as a firm 
formed as a limited partnership under section 52(1) of the Act.
Changes in name
14(1)  If a registered designated extra-provincial limited partnership 
changes its name, it shall within one month after the effective date of 
the change give notice to the Registrar that it has changed its name.
(2)  A notice referred to in subsection (1) must be submitted to the 
designated extra-provincial registrar.
Changes respecting general partner
15(1)  A registered designated extra-provincial limited partnership 
shall give the Registrar notice of
	(a)	a person becoming or ceasing to be a general partner, or
	(b)	a change in the name or address of any of its general 
partners.
(2)  A notice referred to in subsection (1) must be submitted to the 
designated extra-provincial registrar.
Application to cancel registration
16(1)  A registered designated extra-provincial limited partnership that 
ceases to carry on business in Alberta may apply to cancel its 
registration.
(2)  An application referred to in subsection (1) must
	(a)	be submitted to the designated extra-provincial registrar, and
	(b)	contain a statement that the registered designated 
extra-provincial limited partnership has ceased to carry on 
business in Alberta.
Cancellation of registration without notice
17   The Registrar may, without notice, cancel the registration of a 
designated extra-provincial limited partnership
	(a)	if the designated extra-provincial limited partnership has 
applied to cancel its registration,
	(b)	on the dissolution of the designated extra-provincial limited 
partnership in the jurisdiction in which it was formed, or
	(c)	on the cancellation of the registration of the designated 
extra-provincial limited partnership in the jurisdiction in 
which it was formed.
Application of provisions of Act
18   Sections 52 and 69 to 72 of the Act do not apply to a designated 
extra-provincial limited partnership.
Designated Extra-provincial Limited  
Liability Partnerships
Registrations and filings of designated  
extra-provincial limited liability partnerships
19   A designated extra-provincial limited liability partnership may not 
apply for registration or submit information or a document for filing 
under the Act except in accordance with this Division.
Registration
20(1)  A designated extra-provincial limited liability partnership may 
apply to the Registrar to be registered as an extra-provincial limited 
liability partnership.
(2)  Subsection (1) does not apply where the Alberta governing body 
of any of the eligible professions in which the partners in the 
partnership carry on practice has passed a rule or bylaw prohibiting 
persons who carry on practice in the eligible profession from doing so 
in a limited liability partnership under the Act.
(3)  An application referred to in subsection (1) must
	(a)	be submitted to the designated extra-provincial registrar, and
	(b)	include the following information and documents:
	(i)	the eligible profession or professions in which the 
partners carry on practice or, if the partners do not carry 
on practice in an eligible profession, the other business 
of the partners;
	(ii)	if the partners are engaged in an eligible profession, 
confirmation that the designated extra-provincial limited 
liability partnership possesses a current statement that 
meets the requirements of section 94(3)(b)(ii) of the 
Act;
	(iii)	the address of the head office of the designated 
extra-provincial limited liability partnership;
	(iv)	the appointment of the designated extra-provincial 
limited liability partnership's attorney for service and, if 
applicable, alternative attorney for service, including the 
attorney's and alternative attorney's name, firm name, 
physical address and, if different from the physical 
address, mailing address.
(4)  If the Registrar is satisfied that all of the information and 
documents necessary for a designated extra-provincial limited liability 
partnership to be registered as an extra-provincial limited liability 
partnership have been received in the form specified in the applicable 
agreement, the Registrar shall register the designated extra-provincial 
limited liability partnership and issue a certificate of registration.
(5)  A certificate of registration issued by the Registrar is conclusive 
evidence that the designated extra-provincial limited liability 
partnership named in the certificate is registered under the Act.
(6)  The registration of an extra-provincial limited liability partnership 
is not adversely affected by errors in the application, in the information 
collected under subsection (3)(b)(i), (iii) or (iv) or section 32 or by 
changes in the filed information that occur after the date of 
registration.
(7)  The registration of a designated extra-provincial limited liability 
partnership is not adversely affected by a change in the partners in the 
partnership.
Head office
21(1)  If a designated extra-provincial limited liability partnership has 
a registered office in its governing jurisdiction, the designated 
extra-provincial limited liability partnership may specify the address of 
its registered office as the address of its head office.
(2)  If a registered designated extra-provincial limited liability 
partnership that has specified the address of its registered office as the 
address of its head office ceases to have a registered office in its 
governing jurisdiction, the address of the former registered office 
continues to be the address of the head office in the records of the 
Registrar until the head office is changed in accordance with section 
25.
Attorney for service
22(1)  A designated extra-provincial limited liability partnership may 
appoint an individual as its alternative attorney if that individual is
	(a)	a member of a partnership of which the attorney is also a 
member, or
	(b)	an assistant manager of the designated extra-provincial 
limited liability partnership and the attorney is the manager 
for Alberta of the designated extra-provincial limited liability 
partnership.
(2)  A designated extra-provincial limited liability partnership shall 
ensure that the address of its attorney is an office that is
	(a)	accessible to the public during normal business hours, and
	(b)	readily identifiable from the physical address.
Partnership list
23   A designated extra-provincial limited liability partnership shall 
keep at the office of its attorney for service a list of the Alberta 
partners in the limited liability partnership and shall forthwith provide 
the following information to any person who requests it:
	(a)	a list of the Alberta partners in the limited liability 
partnership;
	(b)	a list of the persons who were Alberta partners in the limited 
liability partnership on a particular date that is after the date 
of registration and is specified in the request.
Changes in name
24(1)  If a registered designated extra-provincial limited liability 
partnership changes its name, it shall, within one month after the 
effective date of the change, give notice to the Registrar that it has 
changed its name.
(2)  A notice referred to in subsection (1) must be submitted to the 
designated extra-provincial registrar.
Changes in head office
25(1)  If a registered designated extra-provincial limited liability 
partnership changes its head office, it shall, within one month after the 
effective date of the change, give notice of the change in head office to 
the Registrar.
(2)  The notice referred to in subsection (1) must
	(a)	be submitted to the designated extra-provincial registrar, and
	(b)	include the address of the new head office.
(3)  If the Registrar is satisfied that all of the information and 
documents necessary for a registered designated extra-provincial 
corporation to change its head office have been received in the form 
specified in the applicable agreement, the Registrar shall file the 
information and documents.
Changes in attorney for service
26(1)  If an attorney of a registered designated extra-provincial limited 
liability partnership dies or resigns or the attorney's appointment is 
revoked, the registered designated extra-provincial limited liability 
partnership shall forthwith give the Registrar notice of an appointment 
of an individual as its attorney for service.
(2)  A registered designated extra-provincial limited liability 
partnership shall give the Registrar a notice of any change in the name, 
firm name or address of its attorney or alternative attorney.
(3)  An attorney for a registered designated extra-provincial limited 
liability partnership who intends to resign shall
	(a)	give not less than 60 days' notice to the registered designated 
extra-provincial limited liability partnership at its head office, 
and
	(b)	give the Registrar a copy of the notice.
(4)  A notice under subsection (1), (2) or (3) must
	(a)	be submitted to the designated extra-provincial registrar, and
	(b)		include the attorney's and any alternative attorney's name, 
firm name, physical address and, if different from the 
physical address, mailing address.
(5)  If the Registrar is satisfied that all of the information and 
documents necessary for a registered designated extra-provincial 
limited liability partnership to change its attorney for service have been 
received in the form specified in the applicable agreement, the 
Registrar shall file the information and documents.
Application to cancel registration
27(1)  A registered designated extra-provincial limited liability 
partnership that ceases to carry on business in Alberta may apply to 
cancel its registration.
(2)  An application referred to in subsection (1) must
	(a)	be submitted to the designated extra-provincial registrar, and
	(b)	contain a statement that the registered designated 
extra-provincial limited liability partnership has ceased to 
carry on business in Alberta.
Cancellation of registration without notice
28(1)  The Registrar may, without notice, cancel the registration of a 
designated extra-provincial limited liability partnership
	(a)	if the designated extra-provincial limited liability partnership 
has applied to cancel its registration,
	(b)	where the partners of the designated extra-provincial limited 
liability partnership carry on practice in an eligible profession 
or professions, if the Registrar receives a notice from a 
person who is authorized by the governing body of the 
applicable eligible profession in Alberta to provide the 
notice, stating that
	(i)	no statement referred to in a confirmation provided 
under section 20(3)(b)(ii) had been given in respect of 
the designated extra-provincial limited liability 
partnership at the time of its registration, or
	(ii)	the designated extra-provincial limited liability 
partnership or one or more of the partners no longer 
satisfy the criteria set out in section 94(3)(b)(ii)(A) and 
(B) of the Act,
	(c)	if the designated extra-provincial limited liability partnership 
no longer has the status of a limited liability partnership in its 
governing jurisdiction, or
	(d)	on the cancellation of the registration of the designated 
extra-provincial limited liability partnership in its governing 
jurisdiction.
(2)  Notwithstanding any other provision of this Regulation, if the 
Registrar cancels the registration of a designated extra-provincial 
limited liability partnership under subsection (1)(b)(i), section 93 of 
the Act applies to the designated extra-provincial limited liability 
partnership as if the designated extra-provincial limited liability 
partnership had never been registered under the Act.
Cancellation of registration with notice
29(1)  Subject to subsection (2), the Registrar may cancel the 
registration of a designated extra-provincial limited liability 
partnership if the designated extra-provincial limited liability 
partnership
	(a)	does not have an attorney for service, or
	(b)	has otherwise contravened Part 3 of the Act or this 
Regulation.
(2)  The Registrar shall not cancel the registration of a designated 
extra-provincial limited liability partnership under subsection (1) until
	(a)	the Registrar has given at least 120 days' notice of the 
proposed cancellation with the Registrar's reasons for it
	(i)	to the designated extra-provincial limited liability 
partnership by mail addressed to its head office, and
	(ii)	to its attorney by mail addressed to the attorney,
		and
	(b)	the Registrar has published a notice of the proposed 
cancellation in the Registrar's periodical or The Alberta 
Gazette.
(3)  A notice of a proposed cancellation sent by ordinary mail to a 
registered designated extra-provincial limited liability partnership or to 
its attorney in accordance with subsection (2) is deemed to have been 
received at the time it would be delivered in the ordinary course of 
mail despite the fact that it is returned as undeliverable.
Notice to and service on a designated extra-provincial limited liability 
partnership
30(1)  A notice or document that is required or permitted to be sent to 
or served on a designated extra-provincial limited liability partnership 
may be
	(a)	delivered to its attorney for service or to an individual who is 
its alternative attorney for service according to the 
Registrar's records, or
	(b)	delivered to or sent by registered mail to the address, 
according to the Registrar's records, of its attorney for 
service.
(2)  A notice or document sent by registered mail to a designated 
extra-provincial limited liability partnership in accordance with 
subsection (1)(b) is deemed to be received or served at the time it 
would be delivered in the ordinary course of mail unless there are 
reasonable grounds for believing that the designated extra-provincial 
limited liability partnership did not receive the notice or document at 
that time or at all.
Application of provisions of Act
31   Part 3 of the Act, except sections 81, 93, 96, 99, 104 and 104.1 of 
that Act, does not apply to a designated extra-provincial limited 
liability partnership.
General Matters
Collection of information
32(1)  The Registrar may collect from a designated extra-provincial 
registrar any information or documents specified in the applicable 
agreement that are submitted to or held by the designated 
extra-provincial registrar, including, without limitation, information 
and documents respecting the following:
	(a)	the application for registration of
	(i)	a designated extra-provincial limited partnership, or
	(ii)	a designated extra-provincial limited liability 
partnership;
	(b)	a change in the name of
	(i)	a registered designated extra-provincial limited 
partnership, or
	(ii)	a registered designated extra-provincial limited liability 
partnership;
	(c)	a change in the general partners of a registered designated 
extra-provincial limited partnership or in the name or address 
of a general partner;
	(d)	the application to cancel its registration of
	(i)	a designated extra-provincial limited partnership, or
	(ii)	a designated extra-provincial limited liability 
partnership;
	(e)	a change in the head office of a registered designated 
extra-provincial limited liability partnership;
	(f)	a change in the attorney for service of a registered designated 
extra-provincial limited liability partnership or in the address 
of the attorney for service;
	(g)	the dissolution of a registered designated extra-provincial 
limited partnership in the jurisdiction in which it was formed;
	(h)	a registered designated extra-provincial limited liability 
partnership ceasing to have the status of a limited liability 
partnership in its governing jurisdiction;
	(i)	the cancellation of the registration of a
	(i)	registered designated extra-provincial limited 
partnership in the jurisdiction in which it was formed, or
	(ii)	registered designated extra-provincial limited liability 
partnership in its governing jurisdiction;
	(j)	a correction of information or documents relating to a
	(i)	registered designated extra-provincial limited 
partnership, or
	(ii)	registered designated extra-provincial limited liability 
partnership.
(2)  Information and documents referred to in subsection (1) may be 
collected electronically or by mail or fax.
(3)  The Registrar may file any information or documents collected 
under subsection (1).
Complete information required
33   The Registrar may decline to file any information or document or 
to issue any document in respect of any matter relating to a designated 
extra-provincial limited partnership or a designated extra-provincial 
limited liability partnership, including, without limitation, the 
registration of the designated extra-provincial limited partnership or 
the designated extra-provincial limited liability partnership, until the 
Registrar has received from the designated extra-provincial registrar, in 
the form specified in the applicable agreement, the information and 
documents relating to the matter specified in the applicable agreement
	(a)	that are required to be submitted to the designated 
extra-provincial registrar by the designated extra-provincial 
limited partnership or designated extra-provincial limited 
liability partnership, and
	(b)	that the Registrar requires that are held by the designated 
extra-provincial registrar.
Form of information
34   An application, request, notice, information or document required 
to be submitted to a designated extra-provincial registrar under this 
Regulation must be in the form or electronic format established by the 
designated extra-provincial registrar.
Registration statement and certificate of registration
35(1)  The Registrar shall send a registration statement issued under 
this Division to the general partner of the designated extra-provincial 
limited partnership.
(2)  The Registrar shall send a certificate of registration issued under 
this Division to the attorney for service of the designated 
extra-provincial limited liability partnership.
Fee exemption
36(1)  A designated extra-provincial limited partnership is exempt 
from the requirement to pay a fee in respect of its application for 
registration or the filing of information and documents related to its 
registration under the Act.
(2)  A designated extra-provincial limited liability partnership is 
exempt from the requirement to pay a fee in respect of its application 
for registration or the filing of information and documents related to its 
registration under the Act.
Transitional
Transitional
37(1)  Where an extra-provincial limited partnership formed in the 
jurisdiction of a designated extra-provincial registrar was registered as 
an extra-provincial limited partnership in Alberta immediately before 
the coming into force of this section, the extra-provincial limited 
partnership is deemed to be registered under section 80.1 of the Act on 
the coming into force of this section.
(2)  Where an extra-provincial limited liability partnership for which 
the governing jurisdiction is the jurisdiction of a designated 
extra-provincial registrar was registered as an extra-provincial limited 
liability partnership under section 95 of the Act immediately before the 
coming into force of this section, the extra-provincial limited liability 
partnership is deemed to be registered under section 104.1 of the Act 
on the coming into force of this section.
(3)  The representative partner of an extra-provincial limited liability 
partnership referred to in subsection (2) is deemed to be the attorney 
for service for the extra-provincial limited liability partnership and the 
residential address of the representative partner is deemed to be the 
address of the attorney for service until a notice of change of attorney 
is filed.
Part 3 
Repeal, Expiry and  
Coming into Force
Repeal
38   The Partnership Regulation (AR 276/99) is repealed.
Expiry
39   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 October 31, 2014.
Coming into force
40   This Regulation comes into force on April 27, 2009.



Alberta Regulation 106/2009
Corrections Act
CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 22, 2009
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 217/2009) 
on April 22, 2009 pursuant to section 33 of the Corrections Act. 
1   The Correctional Institution Regulation (AR 205/2001) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1) by adding the following after 
clause (c):
	(c.1)	"health practitioner" means an individual who provides 
a health service to an inmate;
	(b)	by repealing subsection (2) and substituting the 
following:
(2)  A reference in this Regulation to an institution's health 
practitioner is a reference to a health practitioner who is 
employed or engaged by a regional health authority to deliver 
health services to inmates.



3   Section 14 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1) by striking out "a physician or a 
nurse" and substituting "an institution's health 
practitioner";
	(b)	by repealing subsection (2)(f) and substituting the 
following:
	(f)	any other examination or test that is considered 
necessary by the examining health practitioner.

4   Section 15 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (2) by striking out "physician or nurse" 
and substituting "health practitioner";
	(b)	in subsection (3)
	(i)	by striking out "physician or nurse" and 
substituting "health practitioner";
	(ii)	by striking out "certified" and substituting 
"determined".

5   Section 16 is repealed.

6   Section 17 is repealed.

7   Section 19 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1) by striking out "physician or 
psychologist" and substituting "health practitioner";
	(b)	in subsection (2) by striking out "physician or 
psychologist" and substituting "health practitioner".

8   Section 46(d) is repealed.

9   Section 48 is amended by striking out "physician" and 
substituting "health practitioner".

10   Section 55 is repealed.

11   This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 2010.


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Alberta Regulation 107/2009
Cooperatives Act
COOPERATIVES AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 22, 2009
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Service Alberta (M.O. SA:008/2009) 
on April 21, 2009 pursuant to section 382.3 of the Cooperatives Act. 
1   The Cooperatives Regulation (AR 55/2002) is amended 
by this Regulation.

2   The heading preceding section 1 is repealed and the 
following is substituted:
Part 1 
General
Names

3   Sections 51 and 52 are repealed and the following is 
substituted:
Part 2 
Special Rules Respecting 
Extra-provincial Matters
Division 1 
Interpretation and Designations
Definitions
51   In this Part,
	(a)	"agreement" means an agreement under section 382.2 of the 
Act;
	(b)	"designated extra-provincial cooperative" means an 
extra-provincial cooperative designated under section 52(2);
	(c)	"designated extra-provincial director" means an 
extra-provincial director designated under section 52(1);
	(d)	"home jurisdiction", in respect of a designated 
extra-provincial cooperative, means the jurisdiction
	(i)	in which the designated extra-provincial cooperative is 
incorporated,
	(ii)	into which the designated extra-provincial cooperative 
is continued, or
	(iii)	in which the designated extra-provincial cooperative is 
amalgamated;
	(e)	"registered cooperative" means a cooperative that is 
registered in the jurisdiction of a designated extra-provincial 
director.
Designations
52(1)  The registrar as defined in the Cooperative Association Act, 
SBC 1999, c28 is designated as an extra-provincial director to which 
this Part applies.
(2)  Those extra-provincial cooperatives that are associations as 
defined in the Cooperative Association Act, SBC 1999, c28 are 
designated as extra-provincial cooperatives to which this Part 
applies.
Division 2 
Alberta Cooperatives
Registration in jurisdiction of designated extra-provincial director
53(1)  A cooperative may request the Director to act under this 
Division in respect of the cooperative's application for registration in 
the jurisdiction of a designated extra-provincial director.
(2)  A request under subsection (1) must be accompanied with the 
information, documents and fees required under the legislation of the 
jurisdiction of the designated extra-provincial director.
Maintaining registration
54(1)  A registered cooperative may request the Director to act 
under this Division in respect of extra-provincial matters in the 
jurisdiction of a designated extra-provincial director in which the 
registered cooperative is registered.
(2)  A request under subsection (1) must be accompanied with the 
information, documents and fees required under the legislation of the 
jurisdiction of the designated extra-provincial director.
Requests, information and documents
55(1)  A request, information and documents submitted by a 
cooperative under section 53 or a registered cooperative under 
section 54 must
	(a)	be in the form, including an electronic format, established by 
the Director, and
	(b)	if the Director has not established an electronic format, be
	(i)	printed or typewritten on good quality white paper 21.5 
cm by 28 cm,
	(ii)	legible, and
	(iii)	suitable for digital imaging, microfilming and 
photocopying.
(2)  If the Director considers that a request, information or a 
document submitted under this Division contains extraneous 
information, the Director may reject the request, information or 
document.
(3)  On receipt of a request under section 53(1) or 54(1), the Director 
shall, forthwith, compile any information and documents from the 
Director's records that the applicable agreement requires the 
Director to provide to the designated extra-provincial director.
(4)  The Director shall, in accordance with the applicable agreement, 
transmit to the designated extra-provincial director
	(a)	the information, documents and fees submitted to the 
Director under this Division, and
	(b)	the information and documents compiled under subsection 
(3).
Provision of other information to designated 
extra-provincial director
56(1)  Where a registered cooperative submits information or a 
document to the Director under the Act, the Director shall, if 
required by the applicable agreement,
	(a)	transmit the information or document to the designated 
extra-provincial director, and
	(b)	take any other action respecting the information or document 
that is specified in the applicable agreement.
(2)  Where the Director takes action with respect to a registered 
cooperative under the Act, the Director shall, if required by the 
applicable agreement,
	(a)	transmit to the designated extra-provincial director 
information respecting the action taken, and
	(b)	take any other action respecting the information that is 
specified in the applicable agreement.
(3)  The Director may act under subsection (1) or (2) whether or not 
the registered cooperative has made a request under section 54(1).
Division 3 
Designated Extra-provincial Cooperatives
Registrations and filings of designated extra-provincial cooperatives
57   A designated extra-provincial cooperative may not apply for 
registration or submit information or documents for filing under Part 
17 of the Act except in accordance with this Division.
Registration
58(1)  A designated extra-provincial cooperative may apply to the 
Director to be registered under Part 17 of the Act.
(2)  An application referred to in subsection (1) must
	(a)	be submitted to the designated extra-provincial director, and
	(b)	be accompanied with the following information and 
documents:
	(i)	if the name of the designated extra-provincial 
cooperative contravenes section 371 of the Act, the 
assumed name of the designated extra-provincial 
cooperative;
	(ii)	an original Alberta Search Report from the NUANS 
(Newly Upgraded Automated Name Search) system 
maintained by the Government of Canada, dated not 
more than 90 days prior to the submission of the report;
	(iii)	the principal business in which the cooperative is 
engaged;
	(iv)	the address of the head office of the designated 
extra-provincial cooperative;
	(v)	the appointment of the designated extra-provincial 
cooperative's attorney for service and, if applicable, 
alternative attorney for service, including the attorney's 
and alternative attorney's name, firm name, physical 
address and, if different from the physical address, 
mailing address.
(3)  Subject to section 371 of the Act, if the Director is satisfied that 
all of the information and documents necessary for a designated 
extra-provincial cooperative to register under Part 17 of the Act have 
been received in the form specified in the applicable agreement, the 
Director shall
	(a)	file the information and documents, and
	(b)	register the designated extra-provincial cooperative and issue 
a certificate of registration for the designated extra-provincial 
cooperative.
Head office
59(1)  If a designated extra-provincial cooperative has a registered 
office in its home jurisdiction, the designated extra-provincial 
cooperative may specify the address of its registered office as the 
address of its head office.
(2)  If a registered designated extra-provincial cooperative that has 
specified the address of its registered office as the address of its head 
office ceases to have a registered office in its home jurisdiction, the 
address of the former registered office continues to be the address of 
the head office in the records of the Director until the head office is 
changed in accordance with section 63.
Attorney for service
60(1)  A designated extra-provincial cooperative may appoint an 
individual as its alternative attorney.
(2)  A designated extra-provincial cooperative shall ensure that the 
address of its attorney is an office that is
	(a)	accessible to the public during normal business hours, and
	(b)	readily identifiable from the physical address.
Changes in name
61(1)  If a registered designated extra-provincial cooperative 
changes its name, it shall, within one month after the effective date 
of the change, give notice to the Director that it has changed its 
name.
(2)  A notice referred to in subsection (1) must
	(a)	be submitted to the designated extra-provincial director,
	(b)	if the new name contravenes section 371 of the Act, include 
the new assumed name of the designated extra-provincial 
cooperative, and
	(c)	be accompanied with an original Alberta Search Report from 
the NUANS (Newly Upgraded Automated Name Search) 
system maintained by the Government of Canada, dated not 
more than 90 days prior to the submission of the report.
(3)  Subject to section 371 of the Act, if the Director is satisfied that 
all of the information and documents necessary for a registered 
designated extra-provincial cooperative to change its name have 
been received in the form specified in the applicable agreement, the 
Director shall issue a certificate of amendment of registration and 
change the Director's records accordingly.
Cancellation of assumed name
62(1)  A registered designated extra-provincial cooperative that has 
assumed a name pursuant to section 372(1) of the Act may apply to 
the Director to cancel its assumed name and carry on business in 
Alberta under the name in which it was registered.
(2)  An application referred to in subsection (1) must be
	(a)	submitted to the designated extra-provincial director, and
	(b)	accompanied with an original Alberta Search Report from the 
NUANS (Newly Upgraded Automated Name Search) system 
maintained by the Government of Canada, dated not more 
than 90 days prior to the submission of the report.
(3)  Subject to section 371 of the Act, if the Director is satisfied that 
all of the information and documents necessary for a designated 
extra-provincial cooperative to cancel its assumed name have been 
received in the form specified in the applicable agreement, the 
Director may issue a certificate of cancellation of assumed name.
(4)  If the Director approves the application referred to in subsection 
(1), the registered designated extra-provincial cooperative may carry 
on business in Alberta under the name in which it was registered.
Changes in head office
63(1)  If a registered designated extra-provincial cooperative 
changes its head office, it shall, within one month after the effective 
date of the change, give notice of the change in head office to the 
Director.
(2)  The notice referred to in subsection (1) must
	(a)	be submitted to the designated extra-provincial director, and
	(b)	include the address of the new head office.
(3)  If the Director is satisfied that all of the information and 
documents necessary for a registered designated extra-provincial 
cooperative to change its head office have been received in the form 
specified in the applicable agreement, the Director shall file the 
information and documents.
Changes in attorney for service
64(1)  If an attorney of a registered designated extra-provincial 
cooperative dies or resigns or the attorney's appointment is revoked, 
the registered designated extra-provincial cooperative shall forthwith 
give the Director notice of an appointment of an individual as its 
attorney for service.
(2)  A registered designated extra-provincial cooperative shall give 
the Director a notice of any change in the name, firm name or 
address of its attorney or alternative attorney.
(3)  An attorney for a registered designated extra-provincial 
cooperative who intends to resign shall
	(a)	give not less than 60 days' notice to the registered designated 
extra-provincial cooperative at its head office, and
	(b)	give the Director a copy of the notice.
(4)  A notice under subsection (1), (2) or (3) must
	(a)	be submitted to the designated extra-provincial director, and
	(b)	include the attorney's and any alternative attorney's name, 
firm name, physical address and, if different from the 
physical address, mailing address.
(5)  If the Director is satisfied that all of the information and 
documents necessary for a registered designated extra-provincial 
cooperative to change its attorney for service have been received in 
the form specified in the applicable agreement, the Director shall file 
the information and documents.
Instrument of amalgamation
65(1)  If a registered designated extra-provincial cooperative 
amalgamates with one or more designated extra-provincial 
cooperatives or other extra-provincial cooperatives, the registered 
designated extra-provincial cooperative shall, within one month after 
the effective date of the amalgamation, give notice to the Director of 
the amalgamation.
(2)  A notice referred to in subsection (1) must
	(a)	be submitted to the designated extra-provincial director, and
	(b)	be accompanied with the following information and 
documents:
	(i)	if the name of the amalgamated designated 
extra-provincial cooperative contravenes section 371 of 
the Act, the assumed name of the amalgamated 
designated extra-provincial cooperative;
	(ii)	an original Alberta Search Report from the NUANS 
(Newly Upgraded Automated Name Search) system 
maintained by the Government of Canada, dated not 
more than 90 days prior to the submission of the report;
	(iii)	the principal business in which the cooperative is 
engaged;
	(iv)	the address of the head office of the amalgamated 
designated extra-provincial cooperative;
	(v)	the appointment of the amalgamated designated 
extra-provincial cooperative's attorney for service and, 
if applicable, alternative attorney for service, including 
the attorney's and alternative attorney's name, firm 
name, physical address and, if different from the 
physical address, mailing address.
(3)  Subject to section 371 of the Act, if the Director is satisfied that 
all of the information and documents necessary to register the 
amalgamated designated extra-provincial cooperative have been 
received in the form specified in the applicable agreement, the 
Director shall
	(a)	file the information and documents, and
	(b)	issue a new certificate of registration of the amalgamated 
designated extra-provincial cooperative.
Application to cancel registration
66(1)  A registered designated extra-provincial cooperative that 
ceases to carry on business in Alberta may apply to cancel its 
registration.
(2)  An application referred to in subsection (1) must
	(a)	be submitted to the designated extra-provincial director, and
	(b)	contain a statement that the registered designated 
extra-provincial cooperative has ceased to carry on business 
in Alberta.
Cancellation of registration without notice
67(1)  The Director may, without notice, cancel the registration of a 
designated extra-provincial cooperative if the designated 
extra-provincial cooperative
	(a)	has applied to cancel its registration,
	(b)	has continued out of or amalgamated out of its home 
jurisdiction,
	(c)	is dissolved, or
	(d)	does not comply with a direction of the Director under 
section 371(2) of the Act.
(2)  The reinstatement or revival of a designated extra-provincial 
cooperative in its home jurisdiction does not affect the cancellation 
of the designated extra-provincial cooperative's registration.
Cancellation of registration with notice
68(1)  The Director may cancel the registration of a designated 
extra-provincial cooperative if the designated extra-provincial 
cooperative
	(a)	does not have an attorney for service,
	(b)	does not carry out an undertaking given in accordance with 
this Regulation, or
	(c)	has otherwise contravened Part 17 of the Act or this 
Regulation.
(2)  The Director may not cancel the registration of a designated 
extra-provincial cooperative under subsection (1) until
	(a)	the Director has given at least 120 days' notice of the 
proposed cancellation with the Director's reasons for it
	(i)	to the designated extra-provincial cooperative by mail 
addressed to its head office, and
	(ii)	to its attorney for service by mail addressed to the 
attorney,
	(b)	the Director has published a notice of the proposed 
cancellation in a publication generally available to the public, 
and
	(c)	either no appeal is commenced under section 335 of the Act 
or, if an appeal has been commenced, it has been 
discontinued or the Director's decision is confirmed on the 
appeal.
(3)  A notice of a proposed cancellation sent by ordinary mail to a 
registered designated extra-provincial cooperative or to its attorney 
in accordance with subsection (2) is deemed to have been received at 
the time it would be delivered in the ordinary course of mail despite 
the fact that it is returned as undeliverable.
Cancellation of registration of extra-provincial cooperative
69   The Director may, without notice, cancel the registration of an 
extra-provincial cooperative that has become a designated 
extra-provincial cooperative.
Liability for obligations
70   The cancellation of the registration of a designated 
extra-provincial cooperative under section 67 or 68 or of an 
extra-provincial cooperative under section 69 does not affect the 
liability of the designated extra-provincial cooperative or of the 
extra-provincial cooperative for its obligations.
Collection of information
71(1)  The Director may collect from a designated extra-provincial 
director any information or documents specified in the applicable 
agreement that are submitted to or held by the designated 
extra-provincial director, including, without limitation, information 
and documents respecting the following:
	(a)	the application for registration of a designated 
extra-provincial cooperative;
	(b)		a change in the name of a registered designated 
extra-provincial cooperative;
	(c)	the application of a registered designated extra-provincial 
cooperative to cancel its assumed name;
	(d)	a change in the head office of a registered designated 
extra-provincial cooperative;
	(e)	a change in the attorney for service of a registered designated 
extra-provincial cooperative;
	(f)	a notice of an amalgamation given by a registered designated 
extra-provincial cooperative;
	(g)	the application of a registered designated extra-provincial 
cooperative to cancel its registration;
	(h)	the dissolution of a registered designated extra-provincial 
cooperative;
	(i)	a registered designated extra-provincial cooperative's 
continuance out of its home jurisdiction;
	(j)	a correction of information or documents relating to a 
registered designated extra-provincial cooperative.
(2)  Information and documents referred to in subsection (1) may be 
collected electronically or by mail or fax.
(3)  The Director may file any information or documents collected 
under subsection (1).
Complete information required
72   The Director may decline to file any information or document 
or to issue any document in respect of any matter relating to a 
designated extra-provincial cooperative, including, without 
limitation, the registration of the designated extra-provincial 
cooperative, until the Director has received from the designated 
extra-provincial director, in the form specified in the applicable 
agreement, the information and documents relating to the matter
	(a)	required to be submitted to the designated extra-provincial 
director by the designated extra-provincial cooperative, and
	(b)	that the Director requires that are held by the designated 
extra-provincial director.
Form of information
73   An application, request, notice, information or document 
required to be submitted to a designated extra-provincial director 
under this Regulation must be in the form or electronic format 
established by the designated extra-provincial director.
Certificates
74   The Director shall send any certificate issued in respect of a 
designated extra-provincial cooperative under this Division to
	(a)	the attorney for service of the designated extra-provincial 
cooperative, or
	(b)	where there is no attorney for service, the head office of the 
designated extra-provincial cooperative.
Certificate as evidence
75   A certificate of registration issued under section 58(3)(b) to a 
designated extra-provincial cooperative or under section 65(3)(b) to 
an amalgamated designated extra-provincial cooperative is 
conclusive proof for the purposes of the Act and for all other 
purposes that the provisions of the Act and this Regulation in respect 
of registration of the designated extra-provincial cooperative or 
amalgamated designated extra-provincial cooperative and all 
requirements precedent and incidental to registration have been 
complied with, and that the designated extra-provincial cooperative 
or amalgamated designated extra-provincial cooperative has been 
registered under Part 17 of the Act as of the date shown in the 
certificate of registration.
Fee exemption
76   A designated extra-provincial cooperative is exempt from the 
requirement to pay a fee in respect of its application for registration 
or the filing of information and documents related to its registration 
under Part 17 of the Act.
Application of provisions of Act
77   Sections 369, 372(4), 373 to 375, 377(1) to (6) and 378 to 381 
of the Act do not apply in respect of a designated extra-provincial 
cooperative.
Part 3 
Expiry
Expiry
78   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, 2010.

4   Schedule 1 is amended by striking out "The fees payable" 
and substituting "Subject to section 76, the fees payable".

5(1)  Schedule 2 is amended in
	(a)	Statutory Declaration, Cooperatives Act, GS 89,
	(b)	Statutory Declaration, Cooperatives Act, GS 93A,
	(c)	Statutory Declaration, Cooperatives Act, GS 93B,
	(d)	Statutory Declaration, Cooperatives Act, GS 93C,
	(e)	Statutory Declaration, Cooperatives Act, GS 93D,
	(f)	Statutory Declaration, Cooperatives Act, GS 95,
	(g)	Statutory Declaration, Cooperatives Act, GS 97,
	(h)	Statutory Declaration, Cooperatives Act, GS 98, and
	(i)	Statutory Declaration, Cooperatives Act, Section 
261(1), GS 122
by striking out 
_________________________________
A Commissioner for Oaths/Notary Public
in and for the Province of Alberta
________________________________
Print Name
________________________________ 
Expiry Date of Commission   
(month/day/year)
and substituting
___________________________
A Commissioner for Oaths 
or Notary Public
___________________________
Print Name
___________________________ 
Expiry Date of Commission  
or Appointment
(month/day/year)
(2)  Schedule 2 is amended in the form "Summary of 
Articles of Incorporation" by adding the following after item 
11:
11.1  Is the cooperative requesting the Registrar to take action in 
respect of its extra-provincial registration in British Columbia? See 
Division 2 of Part 2.
?  Yes          ?  No
If Yes, please complete and include the Designated Extra-provincial 
Registration Document, a copy of which may be obtained from the 
Director, and include any necessary fees, information and 
documents. The request, fees, information and documents will be 
forwarded to the British Columbia Registrar.
(3)  Schedule 2 is amended in the form "Summary of 
Articles of Amalgamation" by adding the following after 
item 12:
13   Is the cooperative requesting the Registrar to take action in 
respect of its extra-provincial registration in British Columbia? See 
Division 2 of Part 2.
?  Yes          ?  No
If Yes, please complete and include the Designated Extra-provincial 
Registration Document, a copy of which may be obtained from the 
Director, and include any necessary fees, information and 
documents. The request, fees, information and documents will be 
forwarded to the British Columbia Registrar.

6   This Regulation comes into force on April 27, 2009.



Alberta Regulation 108/2009
Government Organization Act
CORPORATE REGISTRY DOCUMENT HANDLING PROCEDURES 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 22, 2009
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Service Alberta (M.O. SA:010/2009) 
on April 21, 2009 pursuant to section 12 of Schedule 12 of the Government 
Organization Act. 
1   The Corporate Registry Document Handling Procedures 
Regulation (AR 10/2002) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 28 is amended by adding the following after 
subsection (2):
(3)  A person may not charge a service charge in respect of registry 
services provided by accredited persons under Division 2 of Part 2 of
	(a)	the Business Corporations Regulation, or
	(b)	the Partnership Regulation.

3   The Schedule is amended
	(a)	under the heading "Business Corporations Act" by 
striking out "The fees payable" and substituting 
"Subject to section 54 of the Business Corporations 
Regulation, the fees payable";
	(b)	under the heading "Partnership Act" by striking out 
the words "The fees payable" and substituting "Subject 
to section 36 of the Partnership Regulation, the fees 
payable".

4   This Regulation comes into force on April 27, 2009.

Alberta Regulation 109/2009
Coal Conservation Act
AGENT EXEMPTION REGULATION
Filed: April 24, 2009
For information only:   Made by the Energy Resources Conservation Board on April 
22, 2009 pursuant to section 33(6) of the Coal Conservation Act. 
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,


	(a)	"mutual recognition agreement" means a valid and subsisting 
agreement made between the Board and a regulatory body 
for the purpose of recognizing substantial regulatory 
equivalency and enabling reciprocity between Alberta and 
another jurisdiction;
	(b)	"regulatory body" means an entity having lawful authority 
respecting the regulation of coal mines and related facilities 
in a jurisdiction other than Alberta.
Exemption from agent requirement
2(1)  An individual or a corporation or other organization is exempt 
from the requirement to appoint an agent under section 33(1) of the 
Act if, and for so long as, the individual, corporation or organization
	(a)	is resident of a jurisdiction and subject to the authority of a 
regulatory body that is a party to a mutual recognition 
agreement with the Board,
	(b)	is in compliance with all applicable legislation and 
regulations and all applicable directives, orders and 
directions of the Board and the regulatory body referred to in 
clause (a),
	(c)	owes no debt to the Board,
	(d)	does not, in Alberta or elsewhere, operate a coal mine or a 
related facility in a manner that, in the opinion of the Board, 
is unsafe or presents a serious threat to public safety or the 
environment,
	(e)	agrees to attorn to the jurisdiction of Alberta with respect to 
all matters, obligations and liabilities pertaining to its coal 
licences, permits and approvals in Alberta, and
	(f)	meets any other condition imposed by the Board for the 
purpose of exemption from the requirement to appoint an 
agent.
(2)  For greater certainty, nothing in this section requires the Board 
to enter into a mutual recognition agreement if the other jurisdiction 
fails to prove to the satisfaction of the Board that substantial 
regulatory equivalency exists between Alberta and the other 
jurisdiction.


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Alberta Regulation 110/2009
Livestock Identification and Commerce Act
LIVESTOCK MARKET AND LIVESTOCK ASSEMBLING STATION 
OPERATOR'S LICENCE REGULATION
Filed: April 28, 2009
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development 
(M.O. 5/2009) on April 22, 2009 pursuant to section 92(k) of the Livestock 
Identification and Commerce Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	Operator's licence required
	3	Location specified in operator's licence
	4	Application for operator's licence
	5	Application refused or licence cancelled or suspended 
	6	Notice of closure
	7	Records
	8	Request for information
	9	Change of address
	10	Misleading statements
	11	Expiry of licence
	12	Licence must be displayed
	13	Licence not transferable
	14	Form of licence
	15	Expiry 
 
Schedules
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,


	(a)	"Act" means the Livestock Identification and Commerce Act;
	(b)	"inspector" means an inspector appointed under the Livestock 
Identification and Commerce Act;
	(c)	"livestock assembling station" means any area of land, 
including buildings, pens, fences, gates, chutes, weigh scales 
and any other equipment located on the land that is operated 
to assemble livestock for shipment by any form of 
transportation and includes any premises maintained with 
respect to the movement of livestock by a common carrier as 
a convenience to the public,
but does not include the following:
	(i)	a facility that is associated with an abattoir for the 
purpose of holding livestock for slaughter;
	(ii)	any area of land or facility used in respect of the sale of 
livestock by a producer or feedlot operator where the 
livestock offered for sale have been held on that land for 
maintenance, feeding or fattening purposes;
	(iii)	any area of land or facility used for the purpose of 
holding a sale of registered purebred livestock;
	(iv)	any area of land or facility used for the purpose of 
holding a sale of livestock on behalf of members of 
recognized 4-H clubs;
	(d)	"livestock market" means any area of land, including 
buildings, pens, fences, gates, chutes, weigh scales and any 
other equipment located on the land that is operated as a 
public market for the purchase and sale, or either of them, of 
livestock or for the receiving of livestock by a livestock 
dealer or a livestock dealer's agent licensed under the 
Livestock Identification and Commerce General Regulation 
(AR 208/2008) on consignment;
	(e)	"local authority" means
	(i)	a city, town, village, municipal district or county, or 
specialized municipality, or
	(ii)	the Minister of Municipal Affairs, in the case of an 
improvement district or a special area;
	(f)	"operator" means a person who operates a livestock market 
or a livestock assembling station.
Operator's licence required
2   No person shall operate
	(a)	a livestock market unless that person holds
	(i)	a livestock market operator's licence issued under this 
Regulation, and
	(ii)	a livestock dealer's licence issued under the Livestock 
Identification and Commerce General Regulation (AR 
208/2008),
		or
	(b)	a livestock assembling station unless that person holds a 
livestock assembling station operator's licence issued under 
this Regulation,
and the livestock market or the livestock assembling station that the 
person intends to operate is licensed under this Regulation.
Location specified in operator's licence
3(1)  A livestock market operator's licence or a livestock assembling 
station operator's licence issued under this Regulation must state the 
location of the livestock market or the location of the livestock 
assembling station that the holder of the licence may operate under the 
authority of that licence.
(2)  A person must obtain a separate livestock market operator's 
licence and livestock assembling station operator's licence for each 
livestock market or livestock assembling station that is operated by 
that person.
Application for operator's licence
4(1)  An application for a livestock market operator's licence must
	(i)	be made to the Minister in the form set out in Schedule 1 of 
this Regulation, and
	(ii)	be accompanied with the fee of $100.00.
(2)  An application for a livestock assembling station operator's 
licence must
	(i)	be made to the Minister in the form set out in Schedule 2 of 
this Regulation, and
	(ii)	be accompanied with the fee of $100.00.
(3)  Where a person applies for a licence to operate a livestock market 
or a livestock assembling station for which no operator's licence was 
issued in the immediately preceding year, that person must provide the 
Minister with a written statement
	(a)	from the local authority in which the livestock market or 
livestock assembling station is located certifying its approval 
of the location of the livestock market or livestock 
assembling station,
	(b)	from the Minister of Transportation approving the location of 
the livestock market or livestock assembling station and the 
entrances to and exits from the livestock market or livestock 
assembling station, where that livestock market or livestock 
assembling station is situated adjacent to a highway as 
defined in the Public Highways Development Act, and
	(c)	from a veterinarian licensed to practise in the province of 
Alberta that the facility, in the veterinarian's professional 
opinion, does not create an undue hazard to livestock being 
handled and complies with all applicable construction and 
sanitation requirements under the Livestock Market and 
Livestock Assembling Station Regulation (AR 70/2000).
(4)  If the Minister is satisfied that the livestock market or the livestock 
assembling station conforms to the requirements of the Act, the 
regulations under the Act, the Animal Health Act and the regulations 
under the Animal Health Act, and that the appropriate approvals have 
been given under subsection (3), the Minister shall issue a livestock 
market operator's licence or a livestock assembling station operator's 
licence.
Application refused or licence cancelled or suspended
5(1)  The Minister may
	(a)	refuse an application made under section 4 where the 
applicant has failed to comply with the provisions of
	(i)	the Livestock Identification and Commerce Act,
	(ii)	the Animal Health Act, or
	(iii)	the Livestock and Livestock Products Act,
		or
	(b)	cancel or suspend a licence issued under section 4 where the 
holder of that licence fails to comply with the provisions of
	(i)	the Livestock Identification and Commerce Act,
	(ii)	the Animal Health Act, or
	(iii)	the Livestock and Livestock Products Act.
(2)  Where the Minister cancels or suspends a licence under this 
section, the Minister shall serve the holder of that licence with written 
notice of that cancellation or suspension
	(a)	by means of personal service, or
	(b)	by sending it by registered mail to the last address of that 
person on file with the Minister.
Notice of closure
6(1)  Where a licence is cancelled or suspended under section 5, an 
inspector may place on the livestock receiving chutes of the livestock 
market or the livestock assembling station signs reading "Premises 
Closed by Order of the Minister".
(2)  The signs placed on the livestock receiving chutes under 
subsection (1) must be removed by an inspector if a person presents 
the inspector with a new or reinstated livestock market operator's 
licence or livestock assembling station operator's licence permitting 
the operation of that livestock market or livestock assembling station.
(3)  No person shall operate a livestock market or a livestock 
assembling station during the time that a sign referred to in subsection 
(1) remains on a livestock receiving chute.
Records
7   Every operator of a livestock market or a livestock assembling 
station shall
	(a)	keep a detailed record of each transaction relating to 
livestock that takes place at that livestock market or livestock 
assembling station, and
	(b)	retain the record for 24 months from the date that the 
transaction took place.
Request for information
8   Every operator shall, not later than the 10th day of each month, 
forward to the Minister such information as may be requested by the 
Minister.
Change of address
9   Every operator shall notify the Minister in writing of any change in 
that operator's address.
Misleading statements
10(1)  No operator shall publish in any form or by any medium a 
statement that misrepresents in any manner the goods or services 
offered by that operator.
(2)  No operator shall make or permit an employee or a person who is 
under contract to the operator to make any statement or representation 
that is likely to deceive or mislead or that is intended to deceive or 
mislead any person with respect to a transaction that takes place at or 
in respect of that operator's livestock market or livestock assembling 
station.
Expiry of licence
11   A licence issued under this Regulation expires on December 31 of 
the year in which the licence was issued.
Licence must be displayed
12   The holder of a licence issued under this Regulation must display 
the licence at all times in a prominent location within the livestock 
market or the livestock assembling station.
Licence not transferable
13   A licence under this Regulation is not transferable.
Form of licence
14   Where
	(a)	a livestock market operator's licence is issued under this 
Regulation, the licence must be in the form shown in 
Schedule 3, and
	(b)	a livestock assembling station operator's licence is issued 
under this Regulation, the licence must be in the form shown 
in Schedule 4.
Expiry
15   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 December 31, 2015.
Schedule 1 
 
Application for Livestock Market 
Operator's Licence 
 
Under the Livestock Identification  
and Commerce Act
Property where 
Livestock Market  
is located
Qtr
Sec
Twnp
Rge
W of





OR

Other legal description

Name of operator
Mailing address
Town or city                 Province                          Postal code
Phone number                                     Fax number

Please read 
carefully
?	The applicant acknowledges that any licence 
granted will be subject to cancellation or 
suspension pursuant to the Livestock Market 
and Livestock Assembling Station Operator's 
Licence Regulation and agrees that, upon such 
cancellation or suspension of a licence, the 
applicant will immediately return the licence.
Licence fee: 
$100.00
Signature of applicant
Date

For office use only:
Date received                                                  Class of licence
Receipt number
Schedule 2 
 
Application for Livestock Assembling  
Station Operator's Licence 
 
Under the Livestock Identification  
and Commerce Act
Property where 
Livestock Assembling  
Station is located
Qtr
Sec
Twnp
Rge
W of





OR
Other legal description

Name of operator
Mailing address
Town or city                 Province                          Postal code
Phone number                                     Fax number
Livestock Assembling 
Station will be  
operated by
Operated under the name of:
Name of operator
Mailing address
Town or City                      Province                         Postal code
Phone number                                       Fax number
Class of Livestock Assembling 
Station (check only one)   Auction Market ?   Assembly Yard ?
	Agricultural Society ?   Other ? _________
Please read 
carefully
?	The applicant acknowledges that any licence 
granted will be subject to cancellation or 
suspension pursuant to the Livestock Market 
and Livestock Assembling Station Operator's 
Licence Regulation and agrees that, upon such 
cancellation or suspension of a licence, the 
applicant will immediately return the licence.

?	The applicant agrees that the Livestock 
Assembling Station facilities may be inspected 
by a veterinarian at any time determined by 
Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development.
Licence fee:
$100.00
Signature of applicant
Date

For office use only:
Date received                                              Class of licence
Receipt number
Schedule 3 
 
Livestock Market  
Operator's Licence 
 
Under the Livestock Identification 
and Commerce Act
Licence No. ___________________________
This is to certify that the person named herein is hereby licensed under 
the Livestock Identification and Commerce Act to operate a Livestock 
Market located at _________________ between the ______ day of 
______________________ and the 31st day of December _________.
_________________________________    Date ______________
(Name of Livestock Market Operator)
	_____________________________________
	(Signature of Minister or Minister's Delegate)
Schedule 4 
 
Livestock Assembling Station  
Operator's Licence 
 
Under the Livestock Identification 
and Commerce Act
Licence No. ___________________________
This is to certify that the premises described herein are hereby licensed 
as a Livestock Assembling Station between the ______ day of 
____________ and the 31st day of December __________.
____________________                            ____________________
(Name of Livestock                                       (Location of Livestock 
Assembling Station)                                       Assembling Station)
	Date _____________________________
	_____________________________________
	(Signature of Minister or Minister's Delegate)


Alberta Regulation 111/2009
Public Sector Pension Plans Act
LAPP (RED DEER AND DISTRICT MUSEUM SOCIETY) 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 29, 2009
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 223/2009) 
on April 29, 2009 pursuant to Schedule 1, section 4 of the Public Sector Pension 
Plans Act. 
1   The Local Authorities Pension Plan (AR 366/93) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 3(7) is amended by adding "or (k)" after "(ii)".

3   Section 10 is amended by adding the following after 
clause (j):
	(k)	employees who were transferred from the Normandeau 
Cultural and Natural History Society to the Red Deer and 
District Museum Society before 2009, so long as they 
continue to be employed by the Red Deer and District 
Museum Society.

4   This Regulation is deemed to have come into force on 
January 1, 2009.


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Alberta Regulation 112/2009
Meat Inspection Act
MEAT INSPECTION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 29, 2009
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 225/2009) 
on April 29, 2009 pursuant to section 11 of the Meat Inspection Act. 
1   The Meat Inspection Regulation (AR 42/2003) is amended 
by this Regulation.

2   Section 1 is repealed.
3   Section 2 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Interpretation
2(1)  In this Regulation,
	(a)		"dispose" means, in the case of a carcass or portion of a 
carcass or product of an animal, disposal in the manner 
specified in section 55;
	(b)	"edible" refers to whether or not meat is fit for human 
consumption;
	(c)	"exempted animal" means an animal referred to in section 
6(2);
	(d)	"legislation" means the Meat Inspection Act or this 
Regulation, or both, as the case may be;
	(e)	"meat handler" means an individual working in or for a meat 
facility, whose functions require or permit the individual to 
be in contact with meat or with equipment that comes into 
contact with meat;
	(f)	"poultry" includes all birds whose meat is potentially edible;
	(g)	"red meat animal" means an animal other than poultry;
	(h)		"slaughter area" means a dedicated room or area where 
animals are slaughtered and dressed.
(2)  A word defined in this Regulation has the same meaning in the 
Act.

4   Section 3 is amended by repealing subsection (1) and 
substituting the following:
Application - meat facilities, mobile butchers
3   This Regulation applies with respect to meat facilities and to 
mobile butcher operations.

5   Section 4(1) is amended by adding "of the meat facility" 
after "operator".

6   Section 5 is amended by striking out "an abattoir" and 
substituting "a meat facility".

7   By adding the following after section 5:
Exemption - establishments (federally inspected meat)
5.1(1)  The legislation does not apply to an establishment or an 
operator of an establishment.
(2)  Section 5(a), (c) and (d) of the Act do not apply if the meat has a 
meat inspection legend under the Meat Inspection Act (Canada) 
applied to it.
Exemption - fish
5.2   The legislation does not apply in respect of fish.

8   Section 6 is amended
	(a)	by repealing subsections (2) and (3) and 
substituting the following:
(2)  Except where expressly stated in this Regulation, an 
animal is exempt from the legislation if the animal
	(a)	is to be or has been killed on the premises of the 
producer of the animal and is for consumption only by 
persons who form part of that producer's household, or 
	(b)	is wildlife as defined under the Wildlife Act but is not a 
present or prospective domestic cervid within the 
meaning of the Livestock Industry Diversification Act.
(3)  A person shall not bring an exempted animal into a meat 
facility unless it is clean and edible.
	(b)	in subsection (4)
	(i)	by adding "of a meat facility" after "operator";
	(ii)	in clause (a)
	(A)	by striking out "a wild game or home-
slaughtered animal" and substituting "an 
exempted animal";
	(B)	by striking out "abattoir" and substituting 
"meat facility";
	(c)	in subsections (5) and (6) by striking out "a wild 
game or home-slaughtered animal" wherever it occurs 
and substituting "an exempted animal".

9   Section 7 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1)
	(i)	by adding "of a meat facility" after "by an operator";
	(ii)	by striking out "abattoir" and substituting "meat 
facility";
	(b)	in subsection (2) by striking out "abattoir" and 
substituting "meat facility";
	(c)	in subsection (3) by striking out "an abattoir" and 
substituting "a meat facility".

10   Section 10 is repealed.

11   Sections 11 to 14 are repealed and the following is 
substituted:
Licences
11(1)  For the purposes of section 3.1 of the Act, the Director may 
issue a licence to a person to do one or more of the following, 
subject to the requirements of this Regulation:
	(a)	to process meat from an animal in a meat facility operated by 
the person;
	(b)	to slaughter an animal in an abattoir operated by the person; 
	(c)	to slaughter an animal as a mobile butcher.
(2)  Subject to subsection (3), the Director shall issue or renew a 
licence if the person
	(a)	submits an application as required by the Director, and
	(b)	satisfies the Director that the person will operate the meat 
facility or will operate as a mobile butcher in accordance 
with the requirements of the legislation.
(3)  The Director may refuse to renew or may suspend or revoke a 
licence if the Director is of the opinion that the person has failed to 
comply with a requirement of the legislation.
(4)  A licence may be issued subject to terms and conditions.
Expiry
12   A licence expires on December 31 following the date of its 
issue unless earlier suspended or revoked.
Transfer prohibited
13   A licence is not transferable.

12   The following is added after section 15:
Part 2.1 
Meat Facility Standards
Compliance
15.1   An operator of a meat facility shall comply with and shall, 
respecting the operation of the meat facility, ensure compliance with
	(a)	the requirements of the Meat Facility Standards published by 
the Minister as it may be amended or replaced, and
	(b)	the requirements of the legislation.

13   The heading preceding section 16 is repealed and the 
following is substituted:
Part 3 
Meat Facility - Facility and  
Equipment Requirements

14   Section 16 is amended
	(a)	in subsections (1) and (2) by striking out "an abattoir" 
and substituting "a meat facility";
	(b)	in subsection (3)(a) by striking out "abattoir" and 
substituting "meat facility".

15   Section 17 is repealed.

16   Sections 18 and 19 are repealed and the following is 
substituted:
General requirements
18(1)  The operator of a meat facility shall ensure that the meat 
facility is designed and equipped to provide for
	(a)	its operational needs and the requirements of the legislation,
	(b)	the hygienic production, handling and storage of meat, 
including
	(i)	in the case of an abattoir, a slaughter area,
	(ii)	separation of incompatible activities,
	(iii)	adequate shipping and receiving areas,
	(iv)	sequential slaughtering or processing operations,
	(v)	personal hygiene facilities, and
	(vi)	food contact surfaces that are non-toxic, non-absorbent, 
smooth, corrosion resistant, crack or crevice free and 
able to withstand frequent sanitization,
	(c)	readily available refrigeration facilities which allow 
temperature to be monitored and recorded where necessary,
	(d)	inspections and inspectors as required by the Director, 
including a furnished office,
	(e)	adequate ventilation, lighting, hot and cold potable water, 
plumbing and sewer facilities,
	(f)	the sanitary handling, storage and removal of waste and 
condemned or inedible meat,
	(g)	the effective cleaning and sanitization of the meat facility and 
equipment,
	(h)	in the case of an abattoir, the safe and humane handling of 
live animals, and
	(i)	any other requirement that the Director may specify.
(2)  The operator of a meat facility shall ensure that the meat facility 
is soundly constructed and maintained in good repair.

17   Section 20 is repealed.

18   Section 21 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1) by striking out "shall not inflict 
unnecessary pain or discomfort on" and substituting 
"shall minimize pain and distress of";
	(b)	in subsection (3) by adding "holding" before "pen".

19   Section 22 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Humane slaughtering - instruments
22   A person shall not use an instrument to slaughter an animal or 
render it unconscious unless the instrument is in good repair.

20   The following is added after section 22:
Slaughter requirements
22.1(1)  A person shall restrain an animal and render it unconscious 
immediately before the animal is slaughtered.
(2)  The method of rendering the animal unconscious must
	(a)	produce rapid unconsciousness, 
	(b)	ensure the animal does not regain sensitivity or 
consciousness before it is slaughtered, and
	(c)	be described in one of the following subclauses:  
	(i)	delivering a blow to its head by means of a mechanical 
device;
	(ii)	exposing it to gas;
	(iii)	applying an electric current;
	(iv)	shooting it in the head with a rifle;
	(v)	a method approved by the Director for the purpose of 
developing or testing a new procedure or item of 
equipment intended to improve humane methods of 
slaughter.

21   Section 23 is amended by
	(a)	striking out "in the killing room or in a processing area" 
and substituting "in a slaughter or processing area";
	(b)	by striking out "abattoir" and substituting "meat 
facility";
	(c)	by striking out "abattoir's" and substituting "meat 
facility's".

22   Section 25 is amended by striking out "an abattoir" and 
substituting "a meat facility".

23   Section 26 is amended by striking out "shall ensure that 
pens" and substituting "of an abattoir shall ensure that holding pens 
for live animals".

24   Section 27 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1) by striking out "an abattoir" and 
substituting "a meat facility";
	(b)	in subsection (2) by adding "of an abattoir" after 
"operator".

25   Section 28 is amended by striking out "an abattoir" and 
substituting "a meat facility".

26   Section 29 is amended by adding "of a meat facility" after 
"operator".

27   Section 30 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Records
30(1)  An operator of a meat facility shall make a record with 
respect to an animal or carcass purchased or otherwise acquired that 
includes
	(a)	the date it was purchased or otherwise acquired,
	(b)	the name and address of the person from whom it was 
purchased or otherwise acquired,
	(c)	the number and kind purchased or acquired from that person,
	(d)	in the case of a live animal, the date it was slaughtered,
	(e)	sufficient identification to enable an inspector to trace its 
origin,
	(f)	sufficient information with respect to the distribution of its 
meat to enable an inspector to trace the meat's location for 
recall, and
	(g)	such other information as the Director requires.
(2)  The operator shall keep a record made under subsection (1) for 
at least 2 years after the record is made.
(3)  The operator shall, when required to do so by the Director or an 
inspector for a valid reason associated with the administration or 
enforcement of the legislation,
	(a)	produce any record made under this section for inspection, 
and
	(b)	allow the inspector to remove the record for the purpose of 
making copies.
(4)  Where an inspector removes a record under subsection (3)(b), 
the inspector shall
	(a)	leave a statement with the operator specifically indicating 
which record was removed, and
	(b)	as soon as practicable, make the required copies and return 
the record to the operator.

28   Section 31 is amended by adding "at an abattoir" after 
"custom slaughter".

29   The heading preceding section 32 is repealed and the 
following is substituted:
Part 5 
General Operations and  
Mobile Butchers

30   Section 32 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1)
	(i)	in clause (a) by striking out "section 58 (in the case 
of a red meat animal)" and substituting "section 
22.1";
	(ii)	in clause (b) by adding ", including at a meat 
facility" after "elsewhere";
	(b)	in subsection (2)
	(i)	by striking out "may remove" and substituting 
"may transport";
	(ii)	by striking out "a health authority" and 
substituting "an inspector".
31   Section 33 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Transportation of carcasses
33(1)  If a mobile butcher is transporting a carcass for further 
processing, the carcass shall be transported forthwith after 
slaughtering the animal.
(2)  The carcass shall be transported in a manner that prevents 
contamination or spoilage, including
	(a)	being completely covered, and
	(b)	being isolated from removed hides and inedible parts.

32   Section 34(a) is amended by striking out "home-
slaughtered animals covered by the exemption" and substituting 
"exempted animals referred to in section 6(2)(a)".

33   Section 35 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Identification
35   When carrying out a power or duty under the Act, an inspector 
shall carry identification as provided by the Minister and shall 
provide the identification on request.

34   Section 36 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Powers of inspector in case of contravention
36(1)  Where a provision of the legislation is contravened, an 
inspector may do one or more of the following:
	(a)	refuse to inspect an animal, carcass or meat;
	(b)	refuse to approve an animal for slaughter or a carcass or meat 
for human consumption;
	(c)	require an operator to take specific action by a certain date to 
rectify the non-compliance.
(2)  If an inspector makes a refusal under subsection (1)(a) or (b), the 
inspector shall immediately notify the Director of the decision, with 
reasons.

35   Section 37 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Specimens
37   An inspector may take specimens for testing purposes from
	(a)	any animal, including the carcass or portion of a carcass or 
any product of that animal, 
	(b)	any equipment or surface, and
	(c)	a water supply.

36   Section 38 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Seizure and disposal - non-compliance
38   An inspector who considers an animal was slaughtered or that 
meat from an animal was processed in a manner that contravened the 
legislation may seize the carcass or the meat and dispose of it.

37   Section 40 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (2)
	(i)	by striking out "of an abattoir";
	(ii)	by striking out "the stamping of their meat, if 
approved," and substituting "the application of the 
inspection legend;
	(b)	in subsection (3) by striking out "abattoir".

38   Section 41 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1) by striking out "abattoir" and 
substituting "meat facility";
	(b)	in subsection (2) by striking out "of an abattoir";
	(c)	in subsection (3) by striking out "The Director" and 
substituting "In the case of an abattoir, the Director";
	(d)	in subsection (6) by striking out "of the abattoir".

39   Section 42 is repealed.

40   Section 43 is amended by striking out "an abattoir" 
wherever it occurs and substituting "a meat facility".

41   The following is added after section 44:
Condemning live animals as unfit for food
44.1   Every animal that is found on inspection to be unhealthy or 
unfit for food shall be so marked by an inspector in the prescribed 
manner and is, on being so marked, deemed to be condemned as 
unfit for food.
(2)  The operator shall slaughter the condemned animal and the 
inspector shall mark the carcass as condemned in the prescribed 
manner.

42   Section 45 is amended
	(a)	by adding "of an abattoir" after "operator";
	(b)	in clause (b) by striking out "referred to in section 
18(a)(ii)";
	(c)	in clause (d) by adding "as ordered by an inspector under 
section 55" after "of".

43   Section 46(1)(b) is amended
	(a)	by striking out "a tag,";
	(b)	by striking out "label" and substituting "tag".

44   Section 48 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Detention for inspection
48   An inspector may hold an animal, a carcass or any product of an 
animal for inspection, including further inspection or re-inspection, 
and may issue any order about it the inspector considers necessary or 
advisable.

45   Section 49 is amended by adding "of a meat facility" after 
"operator".

46   Section 50 is amended by adding ", a carcass of an animal 
or any product from it" after "an animal".

47   Section 51 is amended
	(a)	by striking out "an animal or" and substituting "an 
animal or carcass or portion of a carcass or any product from 
it or its";
	(b)	by striking out "or label".

48   Section 53 is amended by striking out "that has been 
stamped".

49   Section 55 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1) by striking out "wild game and home-
slaughtered animals" and substituting "exempted 
animals";
	(b)	by repealing subsections (2) and (3) and 
substituting the following:
(2)  If a carcass or portion of a carcass of an animal or any 
product from it has been condemned, an operator shall 
dispose of it in accordance with the Destruction and 
Disposal of Dead Animals Regulation (AR 229/2000).

50   Section 56 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Removal and disposal of parts
56   Subject to this Regulation, the Director may order an operator to
	(a)	remove parts of an animal during slaughtering or butchering, 
and
	(b)	dispose of some or all of those parts as if they were 
condemned.

51   Section 58 is repealed.

52   The following is added before section 59:
Dressing red meat animals
58.1(1)  Before a red meat carcass is chilled in accordance with 
section 52, the operator shall dress the carcass by
	(a)	removing the feet, skin and head except in the case of a 
scalded pig or a goat if otherwise authorized by the Director,
	(b)	removing the spermatic cords or developed mammary glands,
	(c)	eviscerating the carcass,
	(d)	splitting the carcass at its sternum and backbone except in the 
case of a sheep, calf, domesticated rabbit or barbeque pig if 
otherwise authorized by the Director, and
	(e)	thoroughly washing the carcass.

53   Sections 60 to 63 are repealed

54   Section 65 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Treatment of condemned poultry carcasses
65(1)  Where this Regulation allows or requires that a poultry 
carcass be condemned, the inspector shall identify the carcass as 
condemned by
	(a)	ensuring the carcass is given an appearance or character that 
cannot be mistaken for approved meat, or
	(b)	firmly attaching a tag bearing a serial number and the words 
"ALBERTA CONDEMNED" to the carcass or its container.
(2)  In addition to the requirement under sections 50 and 51 and if 
the poultry carcass is identified as condemned under subsection 
(1)(a), a person shall not alter the appearance or the character of the 
carcass so that it might be confused for approved meat.

55   Section 66(3) is repealed.

56   Section 67(2)(a) is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
	(a)	approve the meat for food,

57   Section 68 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Dressing poultry
68   Before a poultry carcass is chilled in accordance with section 
52, an operator shall dress the carcass by
	(a)	removing the feathers, hair and oil sacs,
	(b)	removing the head and feet unless otherwise authorized by 
the Director,
	(c)	eviscerating the carcass,
	(d)	vacuuming the carcass cavity, and
	(e)	thoroughly washing the interior and exterior of the carcass.

58   Division 5 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Division 5 
Inspection Legend - Application, Handling 
and Prohibitions
Application of inspection legend
69(1)  Only the following persons may apply an inspection legend to 
a carcass or meat or its container:
	(a)	an inspector;
	(b)	a meat handler who is authorized by the inspector or an 
operator referred to in clause (c);
	(c)	an operator referred to in section 70(2) who is authorized by 
the Director.
(2)  For the purpose of subsection (1), if the Director authorizes the 
use of containers with pre-applied inspection legends, the inspection 
legend shall not be considered to be applied until
	(a)	meat is within the container, and
	(b)	a person referred to in subsection (1) has approved the use of 
the container.
(3)  An inspection legend may only be applied to a carcass after the 
inspector completes a post-mortem inspection of the carcass and 
approves it for human consumption.
(4)  An inspection legend may only be applied to meat or its 
container if the meat
	(a)	is obtained from a carcass that had an inspection legend 
applied to it, or
	(b)	is inspected by an inspector and approved for human 
consumption.
(5)  The inspection legend
	(a)	shall be applied in the form and manner specified by the 
Director, and
	(b)	must include the number assigned to the meat facility by the 
Director unless the meat facility is an abattoir dealing solely 
with poultry.
(6)  If the application of an inspection legend is provided for by this 
Regulation, an operator must ensure that an inspection legend is 
applied to a carcass or meat or its container forthwith.
Custody and responsibility for inspection legends
70(1)  Inspection legends, including inspection legends pre-applied 
to unused containers or methods of generating an inspection legend, 
shall be kept in the custody and control of an inspector or, subject to 
subsection (2), an operator.
(2)  If authorized by the Director, an operator may have custody and 
control of unused inspection legends as specified by the Director.
Destruction of inspection legend
71   If an inspection legend is attached to meat or its container and 
the meat is further processed or removed from the container, the 
inspection legend shall be immediately destroyed.
Prohibitions
72   A person shall not apply to a carcass or meat or its container
	(a)	anything that is similar to or might be mistaken for an 
inspection legend, or
	(b)	an inspection legend contrary to a provision of the Act.

59   Section 77 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Receiving uninspected meat
77   Where a carcass, including that of an exempted animal, is 
received by a meat facility for processing and an inspection was not 
completed under the legislation or the Meat Inspection Act (Canada), 
the operator shall ensure that
	(a)	a tag is attached firmly to the carcass or to its container 
bearing
	(i)	the word "UNINSPECTED",
	(ii)	the name and address of the owner, and
	(iii)	the date of the slaughter,
		and
	(b)	following the processing of the meat, each edible portion of 
the meat or its container is identified with the words 
"UNINSPECTED - NOT FOR SALE".

60   Section 80 is amended by striking out "2009" and 
substituting "2014".

61   Section 81 is repealed.


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Alberta Regulation 113/2009
Health Professions Act
MEDICAL DIAGNOSTIC AND THERAPEUTIC  TECHNOLOGISTS  
AND ELECTRONEUROPHYSIOLOGISTS PROFESSION  
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 29, 2009
For information only:   Made by the Council of the Alberta College of Medical 
Diagnostic and Therapeutic Technologists on March 16, 2009 pursuant to section 131 
of the Health Professions Act and approved by the Lieutenant Governor in Council 
(O.C. 231/2009) on April 29, 2009 pursuant to section 131 of the Health Professions 
Act. 
1   The Medical Diagnostic and Therapeutic Technologists 
and Electroneurophysiologists Profession Regulation 
(AR 61/2005) is amended by this Regulation.

2   The title is amended by striking out "AND 
ELECTRONEUROPHYSIOLOGISTS".

3   Section 1 is amended
	(a)	by adding the following after clause (b):
	(b.1)	"Competence Committee" means the competence 
committee of the College;
	(b)	by adding the following after clause (e):
	(f)	"registration year" means the period of time between 2 
successive dates established in the bylaws made under 
section 132 of the Act by which a regulated member is 
required to apply for the renewal of a practice permit.

4   Section 2 is amended by repealing clauses (d) and (e) 
and substituting the following:
	(d)	electroneurophysiology technologist general register;
	(e)	electroneurophysiology technologist temporary register;

5   Section 3 is repealed and the following is substituted:
General register
3(1)  An applicant for registration as a regulated member on a 
general register category of the regulated members register listed 
in section 2 must
	(a)	have a diploma or have successfully completed a program of 
studies approved by the Council, and
	(b)	have successfully completed an entry examination approved 
by the Council.
(2)  An applicant for registration under subsection (1) must meet at 
least one of the following:
	(a)	have met the requirements set out in subsection (1) within the 
2 years immediately preceding the date the Registrar receives 
a complete application;
	(b)	have completed at least 800 working hours of practice in the 
appropriate area of practice within the 5 years immediately 
preceding the date the Registrar receives a complete 
application;
	(c)	have successfully completed the requirements for academic 
and experiential upgrading as directed by the Registrar or 
Registration Committee in the appropriate area of practice 
within the 2 years immediately preceding the date the 
Registrar receives a complete application;
	(d)	demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Registrar that the 
applicant is currently competent to practise in the appropriate 
area of practice listed in section 2.
(3)  An applicant for registration on more than one general register 
category of the regulated members register listed in section 2 must
	(a)	in respect of the applicant's primary and main area of 
practice, meet the requirements specified in subsection 
(2)(b), and
	(b)	in respect of the applicant's secondary area of practice, meet 
the requirements referred to in subsection (2)(a), (c) and (d) 
and also have completed at least 160 working hours in the 
secondary area of practice within 5 years immediately 
preceding the date the Registrar receives a complete 
application.

6   Section 6 is amended by adding "under section 28(2)(b) of 
the Act" after "Council".

7   Section 7(1) is amended by adding "under section 28(2)(c) of 
the Act" after "Committee".

8   Section 9 is repealed and the following is substituted:
English language requirements
9(1)  An applicant for registration as a regulated member must be 
reasonably proficient in English to be able to engage safely and 
competently in the practice of medical diagnostic and therapeutic 
technology.
(2)  An applicant may be required by the Registrar to demonstrate 
proficiency in the English language in accordance with the 
requirements approved by the Council.

9   Section 11 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Titles
11   Regulated members may use the titles set out in section 2 of 
Schedule 12 to the Act in accordance with the following 
conditions:
	(a)	members registered in the radiological technologist general 
register or the radiological technologist temporary register 
category of the regulated members register are authorized to 
use the following titles:
	(i)	radiological technologist;
	(ii)	medical radiation technologist;
	(iii)	medical radiation technologist (radiological);
	(iv)	MRT;
	(v)	MRT (R);
	(b)	members registered in the nuclear medicine technologist 
general register or the nuclear medicine technologist 
temporary register category of the regulated members 
register are authorized to use the following titles:
	(i)	nuclear medicine technologist;
	(ii)	medical radiation technologist;
	(iii)	medical radiation technologist (nuclear medicine);
	(iv)	MRT;
	(v)	MRT (NM);
	(c)	members registered in the radiation therapist general register 
or the radiation therapist temporary register category of the 
regulated members register are authorized to use the 
following titles:
	(i)	radiation therapist;
	(ii)	medical radiation technologist;
	(iii)	medical radiation technologist (therapy);
	(iv)	MRT;
	(v)	MRT (T);
	(d)	members registered in the magnetic resonance technologist 
general register or the magnetic resonance technologist 
temporary register category of the regulated members 
register are authorized to use the following titles:
	(i)	magnetic resonance technologist;
	(ii)	medical radiation technologist;
	(iii)	medical radiation technologist (magnetic resonance);
	(iv)	MRT;
	(v)	MRT (MR);
	(e)	members registered in the electroneurophysiology 
technologist general register or the electroneurophysiology 
technologist temporary register category of the regulated 
members register are authorized to use the following titles:
	(i)	electroencephalography technologist;
	(ii)	electroneurophysiology technologist;
	(iii)	ENP;
	(iv)	EEGT.

10   Section 13 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Renewal requirements
13   A regulated member applying for renewal of the member's 
practice permit must provide evidence of
	(a)	having met the continuing competence requirements set out 
in this Regulation,
	(b)	continuing to meet the requirements of sections 8 and 10, and
	(c)	continuing to meet the requirements set out in section 3(2) or 
(3), as the case may be.

11   The following is added after section 13:
Continuing Competence
Continuing competence program
13.1(1)  As a part of the continuing competence program, 
regulated members must complete, in each registration year, a 
reflective practice review.
(2)  A reflective practice review includes
	(a)	a personal assessment of the regulated member's own 
practice in comparison with the competency profile for 
the appropriate area of practice approved by the 
Council,
	(b)	the development and implementation of a learning plan 
that follows the regulated member's personal 
assessment of the regulated member's practice, and
	(c)	a written evaluation of the result of the learning 
pursuant to the learning plan on the regulated member's 
practice.
(3)  A reflective practice review must be completed in a form 
satisfactory to the Competence Committee and be retained by the 
regulated member for 5 registration years from the end of the 
registration year in which the reflective practice review was 
completed.
(4)  The Competence Committee may select regulated members in 
accordance with the criteria established by the Council for a review 
and evaluation of all or part of the regulated member's reflective 
practice review.
(5)  On the request of the Competence Committee, a regulated 
member must provide satisfactory evidence of having met the 
requirements of subsections (1) and (2), in each registration year of 
the 5 registration years preceding the request.
(6)  If the results of a review of the evidence submitted under 
subsection (5) are unsatisfactory, the Competence Committee may 
direct a regulated member to undertake one or more of the 
following:
	(a)	to complete specific continuing competence program 
requirements or professional development activities 
within a specified time period;
	(b)	to report to the Competence Committee on specified 
matters related to the continuing competence program 
requirements;
	(c)	to correct any problems identified in the reflective 
practice review.

12   Section 14 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1)
	(i)	by adding "in accordance with the standards of 
practice" after "authorized to perform";
	(ii)	in clause (a) by adding "conjunction with" before 
"medical radiography";
	(b)	by repealing subsection (2) and substituting the 
following:
(2)  A person referred to in subsection (1) who has completed 
advanced training approved by the Council and who has received 
notification from the Registrar that the authorization is indicated 
on the appropriate category of the regulated members register 
may perform in accordance with the standards of practice the 
following restricted activities:
	(a)	to cut a body tissue or to perform other invasive 
procedures on body tissue below the dermis for the 
purpose of starting an intravenous line;
	(b)	to apply non-ionizing radiation for the purpose of 
ultrasound imaging.

13   Section 15 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1)
	(i)	by adding "in accordance with the standards of 
practice" after "authorized to perform";
	(ii)	in clause (a) by adding "conjunction with" before 
"nuclear medicine";
	(iii)	by repealing clause (d) and substituting the 
following:
	(d)	cut a body tissue, or administer anything by an 
invasive procedure on body tissue below the 
dermis, for the purpose of administering injections 
or for starting an intravenous line;
	(b)	by repealing subsection (2) and substituting the 
following:
(2)  A person referred to in subsection (1) who has completed 
advanced training approved by the Council and who has received 
notification from the Registrar that the authorization is indicated 
on the appropriate category of the regulated members register 
may, in accordance with the standards of practice, apply 
non-ionizing radiation for the purpose of ultrasound imaging.

14   Section 16 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1)
	(i)	by adding "in accordance with the standards of 
practice" after "authorized to perform";
	(ii)	in clause (a) by adding "conjunction with" before 
"radiation therapy";
	(b)	by repealing subsection (2) and substituting the 
following:
(2)  A person referred to in subsection (1) who has completed 
advanced training approved by the Council and who has received 
notification from the Registrar that the authorization is indicated 
on the appropriate category of the regulated members register 
may perform in accordance with the standards of practice the 
following restricted activities:
	(a)	to cut a body tissue or to perform other invasive 
procedures on body tissue below the dermis for the 
purpose of starting an intravenous line;
	(b)	to apply non-ionizing radiation for the purpose of 
ultrasound imaging.

15   Section 17 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1)
	(i)	by adding "in accordance with the standards of 
practice" after "authorized to perform";
	(ii)	in clause (a) by adding "conjunction with" before 
"magnetic resonance imaging";
	(iii)	by repealing clause (c) and substituting the 
following:
	(c)	insert or remove instruments or devices beyond the 
opening of the urethra or beyond the anal verge for 
the purposes of conducting diagnostic scans and 
imaging of body tissue.
	(b)	by repealing subsection (2) and substituting the 
following:
(2)  A person referred to in subsection (1) who has completed 
advanced training approved by the Council and who has received 
notification from the Registrar that the authorization is indicated 
on the appropriate category of the regulated members register 
may perform in accordance with the standards of practice the 
following restricted activities:
	(a)	to cut a body tissue or to perform other invasive 
procedures on body tissue below the dermis for the 
purpose of starting an intravenous line;
	(b)	to apply non-ionizing radiation for the purpose of 
ultrasound imaging.

16   Section 18 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Electroneurophysiology technologists
18   If a regulated member who is registered in the 
electroneurophysiology technologist general register or the 
electroneurophysiology technologist temporary register category of 
the regulated members register
	(a)	has provided evidence satisfactory to the Registrar of 
having successfully completed the requirements 
approved by the Council to perform the restricted 
activity described in this section, and
	(b)	has received notification from the Registrar that the 
authorization is indicated on the appropriate category of 
the regulated members register,
the regulated member may perform in accordance with the 
standards of practice the restricted activity of cutting a body tissue 
or administering anything by an invasive procedure on body tissue 
for the purpose of using needle electrodes.

17   Section 19(1) is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
Enhanced practice
19(1)  A regulated member who is registered in
	(a)	one of the medical radiation technologist general 
register categories of the regulated members register 
listed in section 2(a),
	(b)	the medical radiation technologist courtesy register 
listed in section 2(c),
	(c)	the electroneurophysiology technologist general register 
category of the regulated members register listed in 
section 2(d), or
	(d)	the electroneurophysiology technologist courtesy 
register category of the regulated members register 
listed in section 2(f)
may perform a restricted activity that is not authorized in respect of 
that regulated member's area of practice but only if
	(e)	the restricted activity is one that is authorized to be 
performed by another regulated member who is 
registered in another area of practice under this 
Regulation,
	(f)	the regulated member has completed the advanced 
training approved by the Council, and
	(g)	the regulated member has received notification from the 
Registrar that the authorization is indicated on the 
appropriate category of the regulated members register.

18   Section 21(1) is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
Students, supervision
21(1)  A student who is enrolled in an approved medical radiation 
technology program or an electroneurophysiology technology 
program satisfactory to the Council or who is enrolled in a 
combined laboratory and x-ray sciences program approved by the 
council of the Alberta College of Combined Laboratory and X-ray 
Technologists is permitted to perform restricted activities referred 
to in sections 14 to 18 as part of a clinical practicum with the 
consent of and under the supervision of a regulated member who is 
registered on the electroneurophysiology technologist general or 
courtesy register or the medical radiation technologist general or 
courtesy register.

19   Section 24 is amended by striking out "section 59" and 
substituting "sections 59 and 60".

20   Section 26(1) is amended by striking out "and practice 
permit reinstated" and substituting "reinstated and the practice 
permit reissued".

21   Section 27(2) is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
(2)  When reviewing an application under subsection (1), the 
Registration Committee must consider
	(a)	the record of the hearing at which the applicant's registration 
and practice permit were cancelled, and
	(b)	whether the applicant
	(i)	meets the current requirements for registration,
	(ii)	has met any conditions imposed under Part 4 of the Act 
before the applicant's registration and practice permit 
were cancelled, and
	(iii)	is fit to practise medical diagnostic and therapeutic 
technology and does not pose a risk to public safety.

22   Section 29(1) is amended by striking out "publicized" and 
substituting "published".

23   Section 30 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1)
	(i)	by striking out "A regulated member" and 
substituting "An applicant for registration as a 
regulated member and a regulated member";
	(ii)	by repealing clause (b) and substituting the 
following:
	(a.1)	emergency contact telephone number;
	(b)	previous names, if applicable;
	(iii)	by repealing clause (g) and substituting the 
following:
	(g)	name, address, telephone number, fax number and 
e-mail address of each current employer;
	(b)	in subsection (2)
	(i)	in clause (a) by striking out "only";
	(ii)	by adding "or" at the end of clause (a);
	(iii)	in clause (b)
	(A)	by striking out "only";
	(B)	by striking out ", or";
	(iv)	by repealing clause (c).

24   Section 31 is repealed.

25   Section 32 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Access to regulated members' information
32   The periods of time during which the College is required to 
provide information under section 119(4) of the Act to a member 
of the public are as follows:
	(a)	information referred to in section 33(3) of the Act 
entered in a register for a regulated member, except for 
the information referred to in section 33(3)(h) of the 
Act, while the named regulated member is registered as 
a member of the College;
	(b)	information referred to in section 119(1) of the Act 
respecting
	(i)	the suspension of a regulated member's practice 
permit, while the suspension is in effect,
	(ii)	the cancellation of a regulated member's practice 
permit, for 10 years after the cancellation,
	(iii)	the conditions imposed on a regulated member's 
practice permit, while the conditions are in effect,
	(iv)	the directions made that a regulated member cease 
providing professional services, while the 
directions are in effect, and
	(v)	the imposition of a reprimand or fine under Part 4 
of the Act, for 5 years after the imposition of the 
reprimand or fine;
	(c)	information as to whether a hearing is scheduled to be 
held under Part 4 of the Act with respect to a named 
regulated member, until the hearing is concluded;
	(d)	information respecting
	(i)	whether a hearing has been held under Part 4 of the 
Act with respect to a named regulated member, for 
10 years from the date the hearing is concluded, 
and
	(ii)	a decision and a record of the hearing referred to in 
section 85(3) of the Act of a hearing held under 
Part 4 of the Act, for 10 years after the date the 
hearing tribunal rendered its decision.