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Alberta Regulation 54/2010
Change of Name Act
CHANGE OF NAME AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 28, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Service Alberta (M.O. SA:008/2010) 
on April 7, 2010 pursuant to section 30 of the Change of Name Act. 
1   The Change of Name Regulation (AR 16/2000) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 5 is amended by striking out "November 30, 2010" 
and substituting "November 30, 2012".


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Alberta Regulation 55/2010
Security Services and Investigators Act
SECURITY SERVICES AND INVESTIGATORS 
(MINISTERIAL) REGULATION
Filed: April 29, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Solicitor General and Minister of Public Security 
(M.O. 02/2010) on April 29, 2010 pursuant to section 48(1) of the Security Services 
and Investigators Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Licences
	2	Security services licence
	3	Locksmith licence
	4	Training licence
	5	Application for or renewal of individual licence
	6	Application for or renewal of business licence
	7	Locksmith licence
	8	Issue of licence
	9	Term of licence
	10	Terms and conditions of licence
	11	Restriction on individual licences
	12	Portability of individual licences
	13	Failure to renew individual licence
	14	Training
	15	Training licences
	16	General training licence
	17	Locksmith apprentice training licence
	18	Security alarm responder business licensees
	19	Exemption from licensing
	20	Code of conduct
	21	Uniforms
	22	Exemption from uniforms
	23	Badges
	24	Licence identification card
	25	Vehicles
	26	Acknowledgement of complaints
	27	Investigation of complaints
	28	Disposition of complaints
	29	Prohibitions
	30	Offences
	31	Transitional
	32	Expiry
	33	Coming into force 
 
Schedules
Licences
1(1)  The Minister may issue the following classes of licence:
	(a)	investigator licence;
	(b)	security services licence;
	(c)	locksmith licence;
	(d)	training licence.
(2)  The Minister may issue an individual licence to an individual 
worker and a business licence to a security services business for each 
class of licence listed in subsection (1).
Security services licence
2   The following types of security services licence may be issued:
	(a)	general security services licence;
	(b)	loss prevention licence;
	(c)	executive security licence;
	(d)	patrol dog handler licence;
	(e)	patrol dog services business licence;
	(f)	security alarm responder licence.
Locksmith licence
3   The following types of locksmith licence may be issued:
	(a)	general locksmith licence;
	(b)	locksmith equipment sales and promotion licence;
	(c)	automotive lock bypass worker licence.
Training licence
4   The following types of training licence may be issued:
	(a)	general training licence;
	(b)	locksmith apprentice training licence.
Application for or renewal of individual licence
5   An application for or a renewal of an individual licence must be 
accompanied by
	(a)	a statement signed by the applicant showing what, if any, 
criminal charges, convictions or investigations there are 
against the applicant,
	(b)	proof that the applicant has reached the age of majority,
	(c)	a colour passport-sized photograph of the applicant taken 
within the previous 3 months and notarized by a person 
authorized by the Registrar,
	(d)	proof that the applicant is a Canadian citizen or lawfully 
entitled to work in Canada,
	(e)	a criminal record check, police information check and 
vulnerable sector search,
	(f)	proof that the applicant has sufficient fluency in the English 
language to be able to converse in English with the public 
while carrying out his or her duties, 
	(g)	if required for the purposes of the class of licence, proof that 
the applicant has successfully completed training 
requirements, including baton training, as approved by the 
Registrar, and
	(h)	any other information requested by the Registrar.
Application for or renewal of business licence
6(1)  Subject to subsection (2), an application for or a renewal of a 
business licence must be accompanied by
	(a)	proof that the business is incorporated in Canada and has a 
mailing address in Alberta,
	(b)	proof the business has minimum liability insurance of 
$1 000 000,
	(c)	if required, a municipal business licence or permit,
	(d)	a description of the security services the business plans to 
provide,
	(e)	colour pictures of uniforms,
	(f)	colour pictures of vehicles,
	(g)	samples of the shoulder crest on uniforms, if applicable,
	(h)	a copy of the internal policy of the business for training, 
issuing, using and storing weapons and equipment, if 
applicable,
	(i)	a list of equipment carried and used by individual licensees,
	(j)	the complaint management process,
	(k)	contact information for senior officials for the business,
	(l)	a list of individual licensees that are employed by the 
business and a list of individuals who, subject to being issued 
a licence, will be employed by that business,
	(m)	a criminal record check, police information check or 
vulnerable sector search for each director and officer of the 
business,
	(n)	a signed statement for each owner and partner of the business 
showing what, if any, convictions there are against that 
individual, and
	(o)	any other information requested by the Registrar.
(2)  Where the security services provided by a business are not the 
primary services provided by a business, that business is not required 
to submit the information referred to in subsection (1)(m) and (n) with 
the application for or a renewal of a business licence.
Locksmith licence
7(1)  In addition to the requirements under section 351 of the Criminal 
Code (Canada), 12 months after the date on which the Act comes into 
force, an applicant for a locksmith licence must provide the Registrar 
with a copy of the individual's trade certificate or an approved 
equivalency.
(2)  If an individual who holds a locksmith licence applies for an 
individual licence in another class of licence, the individual must 
obtain the Registrar's prior approval.
(3)  Subject to the terms and conditions of the locksmith licence, a 
locksmith licensee may perform all of the functions performed by an 
automotive lock bypass worker licensee.
(4) An investigator may not hold a locksmith licence or an automotive 
lock bypass worker licence.
Issue of licence
8   The Registrar may issue a licence subject to any terms and 
conditions the Registrar considers appropriate.
Term of licence
9(1)  A business licence may be issued for a term of up to 3 years.
(2)  Subject to subsection (3), an individual licence may be issued for a 
term of up to 2 years.
(3)  If an individual has a valid Canada work permit, the term of the 
individual licence expires at the same time the Canada work permit 
expires.
Terms and conditions of licence
10(1)  The Registrar may, at any time, cancel, suspend or impose any 
terms and conditions on a licence or a class of licence the Registrar 
considers appropriate.
(2)  If the Registrar cancels, suspends or imposes additional terms and 
conditions on a licence under subsection (1), the Registrar must 
provide written notice to the licensee, and if the licensee is an 
individual licensee, provide written notice to the business licensee that 
employs or engages the services of that individual licensee.
Restriction on individual licences
11(1)  An individual licence is only valid while the individual licensee 
is employed or engaged for services by a business licensee.
(2)  An individual licensee may not act as or hold out to be a business 
that can provide, perform or sell security or investigative work.
Portability of individual licences
12(1)  A business licensee must notify the Registrar 
	(a)	when the business licensee employs an individual licensee, 
and
	(b)	when that individual licensee is no longer employed by the 
business licensee.
(2)  An individual licensee may be employed by more than one 
business licensee, simultaneously or consecutively, during the term of 
the individual licence.
Failure to renew individual licence
13   If an individual licensee fails to renew his or her licence, the 
Registrar must notify the business licensee that employs or engages the 
services of the individual licensee of the individual licensee's failure to 
renew the licence.
Training
14(1)  An applicant for an individual licence must
	(a)	complete the applicable training program established by the 
Registrar for the class of individual licence applied for, and
	(b)	pass the training test established by the Registrar with a grade 
satisfactory to the Registrar.
(2)  The Registrar may certify a person or business to deliver training 
programs for a particular class of individual licence.
(3)  Applicants who require baton training must successfully complete 
a 40-hour use-of-force training course approved by the Registrar every 
36 months.
(4)  Subsections (1) and (2) apply to applicants for a security services 
licence or applicants for a locksmith licence 12 months after the date 
on which the Act comes into force.
(5)  Subsections (1) and (2) apply to applicants for an investigator 
licence 24 months after the date on which the Act comes into force.
Training licences
15(1)  If an individual is in the process of completing training required 
in order to obtain an individual licence of a particular class of licence, 
the business licensee that employs that individual must apply to the 
Registrar for a training licence on behalf of that individual.
(2)  The Registrar may issue 
	(a)	a general training licence in accordance with section 4, or
	(b)	a locksmith apprentice training licence in accordance with 
section 4.
(3)  Any change in information to the application submitted under 
subsection (1) must be provided by the business licensee to the 
Registrar within 30 days.
General training licence
16(1)  A general training licence may only be issued to an individual 
once and may not be renewed.
(2)  A general training licence may be issued for a term of up to 30 
days.
(3)  An individual who holds a general training licence must be 
supervised by an individual licensee who currently holds and has held 
a valid licence in the same class of licence for a minimum of 2 years.
(4)  While on duty, a general training licensee
	(a)	must be in uniform, if required for that particular class of 
licence,
	(b)	may not carry handcuffs or a baton, and
	(c)	may not drive a vehicle.
(5)  At any time during the training period, a general training licensee 
must pass a written examination.
(6)  If an individual does not pass the written examination with a grade 
satisfactory to the Registrar during the term of the general training 
licence, the individual may re-write the examination at any time within 
2 years from the date the general training licence was issued but the 
individual may not perform any of the functions performed by a 
licensee.
(7)  On passing the written examination with a grade satisfactory to the 
Registrar, a general training licensee must return the general training 
licence to the Registrar prior to the Registrar issuing a valid licence for 
a specific class of licences.
Locksmith apprentice training licence
17(1)  The minimum age for a locksmith apprentice is 16 years.
(2)  A locksmith apprentice training licence may be issued for a term 
of up to 7 years.
(3)  An apprentice locksmith must provide the Registrar and the 
business licensee employer with proof of enrolment in an 
apprenticeship program approved by the Registrar.
(4)  An apprentice locksmith may carry lock picks and any other trade 
tools identified under section 351 of the Criminal Code (Canada).
Security alarm responder business licensees
18(1)  A security alarm responder business licensee must ensure all 
employees who have access to clients' personal information undergo a 
police information check and a criminal records check every 3 years.
(2)  The results of the police information check and criminal records 
check referred to in subsection (1) must be kept on file for a minimum 
of 3 years and be provided to the Registrar on request.
(3)  A security alarm responder business licensee must ensure the 
business implements effective and safe storage of the business's 
clients' personal information and must provide a copy of the business's 
storage protocols to the Registrar with the application for or renewal of 
a security alarm responder business licence.
Exemption from licensing
19(1)  The owner, manager or designate of an owner or manager of a 
business that attends the premises where a security alarm has been 
triggered at the request of a security alarm responder or security 
services business to meet the police, the security services business 
representative or an alarm responder for the purpose of providing 
access to, information about or the verification of the validity of an 
alarm is not required to hold a licence.
(2)  Any individual licensee, other than a locksmith licensee, who has 
been hired to provide security or investigative services to a business 
and who responds to a security alarm does not need a security alarm 
responder licence.
Code of conduct
20(1)  Every business licensee must establish and maintain a code of 
conduct for individual licensees it employs or engages the services of.
(2)  The code of conduct must include provisions applicable to the 
duties and responsibilities of individual licensees the business licensee 
employs or engages the services of, including 
	(a)	requiring individual licensees to act with honesty and 
integrity,
	(b)	requiring individual licensees to comply with all federal, 
provincial and municipal laws,
	(c)	requiring individual licensees to respect and use all property 
and equipment in accordance with the terms and conditions 
of the individual licensee's licence,
	(d)	requiring individual licensees to comply with the terms and 
conditions of the individual's licence,
	(e)		requiring individual licensees to comply with the business 
licensee's code of conduct for individual licensees,
	(f)	prohibiting individual licensees from engaging in disorderly 
or inappropriate conduct,
	(g)	prohibiting individual licensees from withholding or 
suppressing information, complaints or reports about any 
other licensee,
	(h)		prohibiting individual licensees from making or signing false, 
misleading or inaccurate statements,
	(i)	respecting when confidentiality must be maintained,
	(j)	prohibiting individual licensees from consuming alcohol 
while on duty, except in the performance of the individual 
licensee's duties,
	(k)	prohibiting individual licensees from consuming controlled 
drugs and controlled substances under the Controlled Drugs 
and Substances Act (Canada), and
	(l)	except in the performance of the individual licensee's duties, 
prohibiting individual licensees from possessing  or 
consuming alcohol.
Uniforms
21(1)  Unless exempted by section 22 or the Registrar, an individual 
licensee must wear an approved uniform while on duty.
(2)  An individual licensee must not, while engaged in security or 
investigative services, wear a uniform that resembles a uniform used 
by police officers or other law enforcement agencies.
(3)  A uniform
	(a)	may be any colour,
	(b)	may show rank markings on part of the uniform as 
determined by the business licensee,
	(c)	may only have a white reflective stripe on a pant or hat band,
	(d)	for security services workers, must have the term 
"SECURITY", "SECURITY GUARD" or "SECURITY 
AGENT" clearly displayed on the front, back and both 
shoulders of all shirts, sweaters, vests, coveralls and jackets 
with lettering
	(i)	that is a colour that contrasts with the colour of the 
uniform,
	(ii)	on the front and both shoulders of the uniform that is in 
upper case and not less than 1.5 centimetres high, and
	(iii)	on the back of the uniform that is in upper case and not 
less than 5 centimetres high, 
		and
	(e)	for security service workers, must bear a shoulder flash on 
the upper sleeve of all shirts, sweaters, coveralls and jackets 
that clearly displays the name of the business licensee and the 
shoulder flashes must not resemble a shoulder flash used by a 
police agency or a peace officer agency.
(4)  Individual licensees whose uniforms are a suit or include a blazer 
must wear an identification tag on the suit or blazer lapel that clearly 
displays the term "SECURITY", "SECURITY GUARD" or 
"SECURITY AGENT" and the name of business licensee.
(5)  This section comes into force 12 months after the coming into 
force of the Act.
Exemption from uniforms
22(1)  The following classes of licences are exempt from the uniform 
requirements listed under section 21:
	(a)	executive security workers;
	(b)	loss prevention workers;
	(c)	investigators;
	(d)	locksmiths and locksmith apprentices;
	(e)	automotive lock bypass workers.
(2)  If an executive security worker or a loss prevention worker is 
required by the licensee's employer to wear a uniform, the uniform 
must comply with the requirements listed under section 21.
(3)  A business licensee may submit a request in writing to the 
Registrar for an exemption from the uniform requirements for its 
individual licensees for specific events or contracts.
Badges
23(1)  An individual licensee may only use a badge in the course of 
providing security services if it is issued by the business licensee that 
employs or engages the services of the individual licensee.
(2)  A badge issued under this Regulation must meet the standards 
established by the Registrar.
(3)  A badge may not form part of or be attached to any part of an 
individual licensee's uniform.
(4)  A badge must be returned to the business licensee when the 
individual licensee is no longer employed by the business licensee.
(5)  A badge must not be used in place of a licence identification card 
and must only be shown with a licence identification card.
Licence identification card
24(1)  The Registrar shall issue a licence identification card to each 
individual licensee that includes the following information:
	(a)	a picture of the individual licensee;
	(b)	the name of the individual licensee;
	(c)	the licence number;
	(d)	the authorized class or classes of licence;
	(e)	the expiry date of the licence;
	(f)	the terms and conditions of the licence on the back of the 
licence identification card.
(2)  An individual licensee must carry the licence identification card 
issued under subsection (1) while on duty, and must present it to any 
person on request.
(3)  If an individual licensee loses the individual licensee's licence 
identification card, the loss must be reported to the Registrar within 24 
hours.
Vehicles
25(1)  A vehicle used for security services may be any colour 
acceptable to the Registrar.
(2)  Vehicle marking must
	(a)	include the term "SECURITY", "SECURITY SERVICES" 
or " SECURITY AGENT" in upper-case letters that are
	(i)	not less than 10 centimetres high on each side of the 
vehicle, and
	(ii)	not less than 8 centimetres high on the front and back of 
the vehicle,
	(b)	be displayed clearly in a contrasting colour on the front, back 
and each side of the vehicle,
	(c)	display the name of the business licensee,
	(d)	display the crest or logo of the business licensee, if any, and
	(e)	may include colour stripes so long as the colour stripes do 
not resemble the colour stripes or colour combination used 
by the RCMP, a police agency or a peace officer agency.
(3)  Locksmith licensees, automotive lock bypass worker licensees, 
investigator licensees, loss prevention worker licensees and executive 
security service licensees are not required to mark the vehicles used in 
the performance of security or investigative services.
(4)  Flashing lights, other than turn signals and hazard warning lamps, 
may be affixed to a vehicle with the prior approval of the Minister 
responsible for the Traffic Safety Act.
(5)  An individual licensee must provide a copy of the approval 
obtained under subsection (4) to the Registrar.
(6)  Subsections (1), (2) and (3) come into force 24 months after the 
coming into force of the Act.
Acknowledgement of complaints
26   On receipt of a complaint under section 24 of the Act, the 
business licensee must acknowledge to the complainant receipt of the 
complaint in writing within 30 days and, where the Registrar deems 
appropriate, notify the individual licensee concerned that a complaint 
has been made and advise the complainant of the status of the 
complaint in accordance with section 25 of the Act.
Investigation of complaints
27(1)  If an investigation is carried out in respect of a complaint under 
section 24 of the Act, the business licensee must, where the Registrar 
deems appropriate, give the individual licensee notice of the details of 
the complaint.
(2)  The investigation must be carried out in accordance with the 
business licensee's policies and procedures provided to the Registrar 
under section 6.
Disposition of complaints
28(1)  Subject to section 25 of the Act, the authorized employer must 
dispose of a complaint by making one of the following decisions and 
giving reasons for the decision:
	(a)	the complaint is unfounded;
	(b)	the complaint is unsubstantiated;
	(c)	the complaint is found to have merit in whole or in part;
	(d)	the complaint is frivolous, vexatious or made in bad faith.
(2)  If a complaint about an individual licensee is found to have merit 
or is founded in part, the business licensee must notify the 
complainant, the individual licensee concerned and the Registrar of the 
disposition.
(3)  If a complaint about an individual licensee is disposed of under 
section 25(3) of the Act, the employer must notify the complainant in 
writing of the right of the complainant to have the employer's 
disposition of the complaint reviewed by the Registrar.
Prohibitions
29(1)  The following persons are prohibited from holding a licence 
under this Regulation:
	(a)	a police officer as defined in the Police Act;
	(b)	a sheriff as defined in the Civil Enforcement Act;
	(c)	a bailiff as defined in the Civil Enforcement Act;
	(d)	a collection agency or a collector as defined in the Fair 
Trading Act.
(2)  A peace officer as defined in the Peace Officer Act may also hold 
an individual licence under this Regulation.
Offences
30   A person who contravenes or fails to comply with any of the 
following provisions is guilty of an offence:
section 14(3); 
section 16(4); 
section 18(1), (2) or (3); 
section 21(1), (2), (3) or (4); 
section 23(1), (2), (3), (4) or (5); 
section 24(2) or (3); 
section 25(1), (2), (3), (4) or (5); 
section 26 
section 27(1) or (2); 
section 28(2) or (3).
Transitional
31(1)   The Registrar shall renew an investigator licence if the licensee 
demonstrates to the satisfaction of the Registrar that the licensee
	(a)	has a minimum of 2 years of full-time experience as an 
investigator, 
	(b)	has a minimum of 4 years of part-time experience as an 
investigator,
	(c)	has a minimum of 2 years of experience with a police 
service, or
	(d)	has any other type of experience acceptable to the Registrar.
(2)  Subsection (1) no longer applies to the renewal of an investigator 
licence 24 months after the date on which the Act comes into force.
Expiry
32   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, 2015.
Coming into force
33   This Regulation comes into force on the coming into force of the 
Security Services and Investigators Act.
Schedule 1 
 
Fees for Business Licences
The fee prescribed in Column 2 for a one-year licence term or Column 
3 for a 3-year licence term, as the case may be, must be paid for the 
business licence application described in Column 1.

Column 1 
Application type
Column 2  
Fee for a 
one-year 
licence term 
(in dollars)
Column 3  
Fee for a 
3-year  
licence term 
(in dollars)
Application for an investigator business 
licence
 
500
 
1500
Application for a locksmith business 
licence
 
500
 
1500
Application for a locksmith equipment 
sales and promotion business licence
 
400
 
1200
Application for a patrol dog business 
licence
 
500
 
1500
Application for an automotive lock bypass 
business licence
 
400
 
1200
Application for a security services 
business licence
 
500
 
1500
Application for an executive security 
services business licence
 
500
 
1500
Application for an alarm responder 
business licence
 
500
 
1500
Application for a loss prevention business 
licence
 
500
 
1500
Application for a registered business that 
employees licensee on an in-house basis
 
400
 
1200
Schedule 2 
 
Fees for Individual Licences
The fee prescribed in Column 2 for a one-year licence term, or Column 
3 for a 2-year licence term, as the case may be, must be paid for the 
individual licence application described in Column 1.

Column 1 
Application type
Column 2 
Fee for a 
one-year 
licence term 
(in dollars)
Column 3 
Fee for a 
2-year  
licence term 
(in dollars)
Application for an investigator licence
80
160
Application for a locksmith licence
80
160
Application for a locksmith equipment 
sales and promotion worker licence
 
50
 
100
Application for a patrol dog handler 
licence
 
50
 
100
Application for an automotive lock 
bypass worker licence
 
50
 
100
Application for a security services 
licence
 
50
 
100
Application for an executive security 
services licence
 
50
 
100
Application for an alarm responder 
licence
 
50
 
100
Application for a loss prevention worker 
licence
 
50
 
100



Alberta Regulation 56/2010
Senatorial Selection Act 
Election Act
SENATE NOMINEE AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 29, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 134/2010) 
on April 29, 2010 pursuant to section 29 of the Senatorial Selection Act. 
1   The Senate Nominee Regulation (AR 215/2004) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 4 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Term of a Senate nominee
4   The term of a Senate nominee declared elected in the election 
held in 2004 under the Senatorial Selection Act expires on the earlier 
of 
	(a)	the issuance of a writ under section 5(1)(b) of the Senatorial 
Selection Act, or
	(b)	December 2, 2013.

3   Section 7 is amended by striking out "December 31, 2010" 
and substituting "December 31, 2013".


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Alberta Regulation 57/2010
Municipal Government Act
CITY OF EDMONTON BELVEDERE COMMUNITY 
REVITALIZATION LEVY REGULATION
Filed: April 29, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 136/2010) 
on April 29, 2010 pursuant to section 381.5 of the Municipal Government Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	Scope of Regulation
	3	Establishment of community revitalization levy area
	4	Community revitalization plan
	5	Community revitalization levy bylaw
	6	Borrowing bylaw
	7	Preparation of assessments
	8	Community revitalization assessment roll
	9	Community revitalization levy roll
	10	Community revitalization levy rate bylaw
	11	Calculating the amount of the levy
	12	Separate fund required
	13	Application of Parts 9 to 12 of Act
	14	Termination of a community revitalization levy bylaw
	15	Expiry 
 
Schedule
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Act" means the Municipal Government Act;
	(b)	"assessment baseline" means the property assessment of each 
property within the Belvedere Community Revitalization 
Levy Area as of December 31 of the year in which the 
community revitalization levy bylaw is approved by the 
Lieutenant Governor in Council;
	(c)	"Belvedere Community Revitalization Levy Area" means the 
City of Edmonton community revitalization levy area 
established pursuant to section 3;
	(d)	"community revitalization levy bylaw" means a bylaw 
passed by the council to impose a levy in respect of the 
incremental assessed value of property in the Belvedere 
Community Revitalization Levy Area;
	(e)	"community revitalization levy rate" means the rate imposed 
under a community revitalization levy bylaw for the 
applicable assessment class or sub-class of property;
	(f)	"council" means the council of the City of Edmonton;
	(g)	"incremental assessed value" has the meaning given to it in 
section 381.1(a) of the Act;
	(h)	"property" has the meaning given to it in section 284(1)(r) of 
the Act.
Scope of Regulation
2(1)  This Regulation applies only to property located in the Belvedere 
Community Revitalization Levy Area.
(2)  Sections 6 to 14 apply only if
	(a)	the council passes a community revitalization levy bylaw in 
respect of the Belvedere Community Revitalization Levy 
Area, and
	(b)	the Lieutenant Governor in Council approves the community 
revitalization levy bylaw.
Establishment of community revitalization levy area
3   This Regulation establishes a community revitalization levy area in 
the City of Edmonton, known as the Belvedere Community 
Revitalization Levy Area, on the lands described in the Schedule.
Community revitalization plan
4(1)  Before passing a community revitalization levy bylaw in respect 
of the Belvedere Community Revitalization Levy Area, the council 
must
	(a)	prepare a community revitalization plan for the Belvedere 
Community Revitalization Levy Area,
	(b)	hold one or more public hearings on the proposed community 
revitalization plan in accordance with section 606 of the Act, 
and
	(c)	make and keep a record of any public hearings, and make the 
results of the public hearings available to the public.
(2)  A community revitalization plan must address
	(a)	the objectives, risks and benefits associated with the plan,
	(b)	the need for the plan, including substantiation that 
redevelopment will not progress significantly in its absence,
	(c)	the costs associated with the plan, including the amount and 
timing of projected
	(i)	redevelopment capital costs,
	(ii)	borrowing costs, and
	(iii)	other costs,
	(d)	the revenues associated with the plan, including the amount 
and timing of projected
	(i)	community revitalization levies in respect of the 
incremental assessed value of property in the Belvedere 
Community Revitalization Levy Area,
	(ii)	general municipal revenues, and
	(iii)	other revenue sources,
	(e)	the amount, timing and source of projected borrowings 
associated with the plan, and the amount and timing of the 
repayments,
	(f)	a low, medium and high projection of estimated changes in 
the incremental assessed value of property in the Belvedere 
Community Revitalization Levy Area and the consequent 
impact on projected revenues from community revitalization 
levies,
	(g)	how the municipality will fund any shortfall in the event that 
actual revenues associated with the plan are not sufficient to 
provide for the actual costs and repayment of borrowings 
associated with the plan,
	(h)	the proposed land uses for the Belvedere Community 
Revitalization Levy Area,
	(i)	the proposed phasing of development in the Belvedere 
Community Revitalization Levy Area,
	(j)	the impact, if any, that the redevelopment of the Belvedere 
Community Revitalization Levy Area will have on the 
residents of that area,
	(k)	which features, facilities and characteristics of the 
municipality will be adversely affected by the redevelopment 
of the Belvedere Community Revitalization Levy Area and 
what is proposed to mitigate those effects,
	(l)	which historically significant buildings in the Belvedere 
Community Revitalization Levy Area will be conserved and 
maintained and how they will be conserved and maintained, 
and
	(m)	the expected role of private sector developers in the 
redevelopment of the Belvedere Community Revitalization 
Levy Area.
(3)  A community revitalization plan must be consistent with the land 
use policies established by the Lieutenant Governor in Council under 
section 622 of the Act.
Community revitalization levy bylaw
5(1)  A community revitalization levy bylaw must include all of the 
information required to be included in the community revitalization 
plan.
(2)  A community revitalization levy bylaw may be amended by the 
council, but the amendment has no effect unless it is approved by the 
Lieutenant Governor in Council.
Borrowing bylaw
6   Despite sections 256 to 263 of the Act, a borrowing bylaw for the 
purpose of implementing the community revitalization plan, in whole 
or in part, must be advertised in accordance with section 606 of the 
Act.
Preparation of assessments
7   Assessments of property in the Belvedere Community 
Revitalization Levy Area must be prepared in the same manner as 
similar properties in the municipality in accordance with Part 9 of the 
Act, as modified by this Regulation.
Community revitalization assessment roll
8(1)  The municipality must prepare annually, not later than February 
28, a community revitalization assessment roll.
(2)  A community revitalization assessment roll may be a continuation 
of the assessment roll prepared under Part 9 of the Act or may be 
separate from that roll.
Community revitalization levy roll
9(1)  The municipality must prepare a community revitalization levy 
roll annually.
(2)  A community revitalization levy roll may be a continuation of the 
tax roll prepared under Part 10 of the Act or may be separate from that 
roll.
(3)  A community revitalization levy roll must show the same 
information that is required to be shown on the tax roll in accordance 
with section 329 of the Act.
Community revitalization levy rate bylaw
10(1)  The council must pass a community revitalization levy rate 
bylaw annually.
(2)  A community revitalization levy rate bylaw must
	(a)	set and show separately all of the community revitalization 
levy rates that must be imposed to raise the revenue required 
to meet the levy increment financing program and council's 
approved budget, and
	(b)	not be imposed in respect of property that
	(i)	is exempt under section 351, 361 or 362 of the Act, or
	(ii)	is exempt under section 363 or 364 of the Act, unless 
the bylaw passed under section 363 makes the property 
taxable.
(3)  A community revitalization levy rate must be equal to or greater 
than the tax rates established annually for the corresponding property 
tax bylaw for each assessment class or sub-class of property referred to 
in section 297 of the Act.
(4)  A community revitalization levy rate bylaw may set out the class 
and subclass tax rates for the municipal property tax, the school 
requisition and the community revitalization levy rate.
Calculating the amount of the levy
11(1)  The amount of the levy to be imposed in respect of property 
located in the Belvedere Community Revitalization Levy Area is to be 
calculated by multiplying the incremental assessed value for the 
property by the community revitalization levy rate to be imposed on 
that property.
(2)  If a tax-exempt property in the Belvedere Community 
Revitalization Levy Area becomes taxable or partially taxable, the 
community revitalization levy for that property is to be calculated on a 
prorated basis by applying the community revitalization levy rate to 
the incremental assessed value of the taxable portion of the property.
(3)  The community revitalization levy under subsection (2) is to be 
applied beginning in the year that the property becomes taxable or 
partially taxable.
(4)  If a tax-exempt property in the Belvedere Community 
Revitalization Levy Area becomes taxable or partially taxable, the 
assessment baseline for that property shall be excluded from the 
equalized assessment beginning in the year that the property becomes 
taxable or partially taxable.
(5)  If taxable property in the Belvedere Community Revitalization 
Levy Area becomes tax exempt, no community revitalization levy is to 
be applied to that property beginning in the year that the property 
becomes exempt.
(6)  If, after the community revitalization area has been established, 
there is 
	(a)	a subdivision affecting the property within the Belvedere 
Community Revitalization Levy Area, or
	(b)	a consolidation of 2 or more properties within the Belvedere 
Community Revitalization Levy Area,
in respect of which a community revitalization levy is payable, the 
municipality must reallocate the assessment baseline to each of the 
new properties in the year that the subdivision or consolidation occurs.
(7)  If, after the community revitalization area has been established, 
there are changes to the assessment class or assessment sub-class for a 
property, the municipality may revise the assessment class or sub-class 
applicable to the property assessment baseline to reflect those changes 
with respect to future years.
Separate fund required
12   A community revitalization levy collected from the Belvedere 
Community Revitalization Levy Area, and any interest earned from the 
investment of that levy, must
	(a)	be accounted for separately from other levies collected, and
	(b)	be used only for the purposes specified for the Belvedere 
Community Revitalization Levy Area.
Application of Parts 9 to 12 of Act
13   Except as modified by this Regulation, Parts 9 to 12 of the Act 
relating to the assessment and taxation of property apply, with the 
necessary modifications to a community revitalization levy, and for 
that purpose a reference in those Parts to
	(a)	a tax imposed under Part 10, Division 2 is deemed to be a 
reference to a community revitalization levy,
	(b)	a property tax bylaw is deemed to be a reference to a 
community revitalization levy bylaw,
	(c)	an assessment roll is deemed to be a reference to a 
community revitalization assessment roll, and
	(d)	a tax roll is deemed to be a reference to a community 
revitalization levy roll.
Termination of a community revitalization levy bylaw
14   The community revitalization levy bylaw is terminated on the 
earliest of the following:
	(a)	at the end of a period of 20 years from the year in which the 
community revitalization levy bylaw is approved by the 
Lieutenant Governor in Council;
	(b)	the date that all borrowings for the Belvedere Community 
Revitalization Levy Area are repaid or recovered from the 
revenues associated with the community revitalization plan;
	(c)	an earlier date specified by the Lieutenant Governor in 
Council.
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, 2020.
Schedule
All lands in the City of Edmonton contained in the area shown on the 
following map and which may be described, approximately, as 
follows:
All that lands contained within the limits of the boundary described as 
follows:

Commencing at the northwest corner of the intersection of 66th Street 
and 134th Avenue; Thence easterly along 134th Avenue to the 
northeast corner of the intersection of Fort Road and 134th Avenue; 
Thence northeasterly along Fort Road and Fort Road Northbound to 
the southeast corner of the intersection of 137th Avenue Eastbound 
and Fort Road Northbound; Thence southeasterly along 137th Avenue 
Eastbound to the most southeasterly intersection point of 137th 
Avenue and Canadian National Railway Plan 4217S, Railway Right of 
Way within Township 53, Range 24 Title No. 792032913 ("CN Tracks 
North/South"); Thence southwesterly along the East Boundary of the 
CN Tracks North/South to the northwest corner of Right of Way 
Containing 11.87 Acres More or Less as Shown on Railway Plan 
7720641, Title No. 772133878 ("CN Tracks East/West"); Thence 
westerly in a straight line to the southeast corner of Portion of NW 1/4 
Sec.14-53-24-4, Title No. 072371159; Thence westerly along the south 
boundary of Portion of NW 1/4 Sec.14-53-24-4, Title No. 072371159 to 
the southwest corner of this parcel; Thence northerly along the east 
boundary of 66th Street to the southeast corner of the intersection of 
127th Avenue and 66th Street; Thence westerly along 127th Avenue to 
the northeast corner of 127th Avenue and 67th Street; Thence 
northerly along 67th Street to the southeast corner of the intersection of 
67th Street and 129th Avenue; Thence easterly along 129th Avenue to 
the southwest corner of the intersection of 66th Street and 129th 
Avenue; Thence northerly along 66th Street to the point of 
commencement.

 



Alberta Regulation 58/2010
Municipal Government Act
BEAVER EMERGENCY SERVICES COMMISSION REGULATION
Filed: April 29, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 137/2010) 
on April 29, 2010 pursuant to section 602.02 of the Municipal Government Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Establishment
	2	Members
	3	Services
	4	Operating deficits
	5	Property


	6	Non-profit corporation 
 
Schedule
Establishment
1   A regional services commission known as the Beaver Emergency 
Services Commission is established.
Members
2   The following municipalities are members of the Commission:
	(a)	Beaver County;
	(b)	Town of Viking;
	(c)	Town of Tofield;
	(d)	Village of Ryley;
	(e)	Village of Holden.
Services
3   The Commission is authorized
	(a)	to provide fire services, and
	(b)	to carry out the powers and duties of the member 
municipalities under the Emergency Management Act.
Operating deficits
4   The Commission may not assume operating deficits that are shown 
on the books of any of the member municipalities.
Property
5(1)  The member municipalities shall execute all documents and do 
all things necessary to transfer to the Commission all land, buildings 
and personal property listed in the Schedule.
(2)  The Commission may not, without the approval of the Lieutenant 
Governor in Council, sell any of its land, buildings or personal 
property whose purchase has been funded wholly or partly by grants 
from the Government of Alberta.
(3)  The Lieutenant Governor in Council may give approval under 
subsection (2) if satisfied
	(a)	as to the repayment of grants from the Government of 
Alberta and outstanding debt associated with that portion of 
the land, buildings and personal property to be sold,
	(b)	that the sale would not have a significant adverse effect on 
the services the Commission provides, and
	(c)	that the sale will be properly reflected in the rates 
subsequently charged to the member municipalities of the 
Commission.
Non-profit corporation
6(1)  The Commission is to operate as a non-profit corporation unless 
otherwise approved by the Minister.
(2)  The Minister's approval may contain any terms or conditions that 
the Minister considers appropriate.
Schedule 
 
Land
Town of Tofield Fire Hall (Plan 5457AH, Block 23, Lots 1-3) 
Village of Ryley Fire Hall (Plan 6530V, Block 5, Lots 24-26) 
Village of Holden Fire Hall (Plan 3940W, Block 7, Lots 38-40) 
Town of Viking Fire Hall (Plan 1174W, Block 14, Lots 13-14) 
Hamlet of Kinsella Fire Hall (located in Beaver County) (Plan 1562W, 
Block 6, Lots 13-14) 
Equipment Lists
Tofield Fire Department 
Fire Services
Pumper Unit # Fire 11
2004 Freightliner  
Serial # 1FVACYDC14HM99210
EQUIPMENT 	SERIAL/MODEL #
65 mm cellar nozzle	
65 mm male to male threaded adaptor	
2 - 38 mm nozzles	Akron 
38 mm male to male threaded adaptor	
65 mm female to female threaded adaptor	
38 mm female to female threaded adaptor	
Foam nozzle	Akron
Medium expansion foam nozzle	Akron
Foam eductor	Akron
2 - 3% AFFF (foam)	
4 - 3% petroseal	
Ladder hook	
65 mm nozzle	Akron
Chainsaw	Husquvarna
Oxygen kit
Rescue saw	K12 
2 - K12 saw blades
2 - spare chainsaw chains	
Chain oil
3 - water backpacks
ABC fire extinguisher (10 lb)	Ansul
Dock strainer
Pump
10 - Scott spare breathing air bottles	Scott
Attic ladder	
2 - pike poles
4 - Stortz wrenches
Tiger torch (with bottle)
2 - hand lamps (flashlights)
Generator	Yamaha
Extension cord (15 m length)
2 - fire axes
Hydraulic jack (10 ton)
Overhaul tool
Sledgehammer (10 lb)
Bolt cutters
Piercing nozzle
2 - small spanners
2 - large spanners
Rubber mallet
Hydrant gate (65 mm)
Thermal imaging camera	Bullard
Hydrant gate 65 mm
Stortz 100 mm to 125 mm adaptor
38 mm nozzle	Akron
65 mm nozzle	Akron
Sledgehammer (20 lb)
Spade
Pitchfork
2 - rakes
2 - 38 mm nozzles 	Akron
Roof ladder (12 ft length)
Extension ladder (24 ft length)
Crowbar
4 - 65 mm hard suction (10 ft sections)
3 - SCBA complete sets 	Scott
6 - flashlights
ABC fire extinguisher (5 lb)	Ansul
Binoculars
First aid kit
2 - flashlights
Mobile radio	Midland
SCBA complete 	Scott
Flashlight
P.A. system/siren 	Whelen
12 - 38 mm hose (15 m lengths)
16 - 65 mm hose (15 m lengths)
4 - 77 mm hose (15 m lengths)
8 - 100 mm hose (30 m lengths)
8 - 125 mm hose (30 m lengths)
Tanker Unit # Fire 16
1997 IHC 
Serial # 1HSGLAERSTH272124
100 mm Stortz hydrant adaptor
Hydrant wrench
4 - Stortz wrenches
65 mm to 38 mm reducer
65 mm Stortz adaptor
Bolt cutters
3 - hose spanners
Dump tank
Dump tank extension
2 - flashlights
ABC fire extinguisher (20 lb)
First aid kit
Siren/PA	Whelen
Mobile radio	Midland
Mini-Pumper Unit # Fire 17
2004 Ford 
Serial # 2FDHF38G5MCA75744
Air cylinder (2216 psi)	Scott
3 - forestry backpacks (hard-shelled)
Forestry backpack (soft-shelled)
4 - spanners
4 - spades
Rake
Pitchfork
Foam eductor	Wildfire
Trauma kit
Tiger torch (with propane bottle)
Winch control	Waren
First aid kit
2 - flashlights
Winch	Waren
Honda pump	Honda
3 - 38 mm forestry hose (30 m lengths)
65 mm hose (15 m length)
2 - 38 mm hose (15 m lengths)
3 - forestry nozzles
Mobile radio	Kenwood
Siren/PA	Whelen
Mini-Pumper Unit # Fire 15
2000 Ford F350 
Serial # 1FTSF31L4YEE38634
Bolt cutters
12 - traffic cones
Fire axe
Chainsaw	Husquvarna
Holmatro hydraulic pump
Holmatro hydraulic spreader
Holmatro hydraulic cutter
3 - forestry backpacks
4 - flashlights
Winch control	Waren
Winch 	Waren
3 - 38 mm forestry hose (30 m lengths)
38 mm hose (1 m length)
Mobile radio	Kenwood
Siren/PA	Whelen
Pumper Unit # Fire 12
1995 Freightliner 
Serial # 1FV6JLCB8VH674139
4 - Drager air bottles 	Drager
Foam funnel
Bolt cutters
Piercing nozzle
38 mm gated wye adaptor
Chainsaw	Husquvarna
Forestry backpack
Monitor base
Dry chemical extinguisher ABC (20 lb)	Ansul
Curtain exposure nozzle
Tiger torch (with propane bottle)
Sledgehammer (10 lb)
65 mm playpipe
2 - hose clamps
2 - 65 mm Hydrant gates
65 mm nozzle	Akron
65 mm double male adaptor
65 mm double female adaptor
2 - hydrant wrenches
125 mm soft suction hose
125 mm Stortz adaptor
Stortz wrench
4 - 65 mm hard suction hoses
2 - fire axes
Crowbar
2 - hose spanners
4 - 38 mm nozzles	Akron
Deluge monitor with tips
Roof ladder (12 ft length)
Extension ladder (24 ft length)
2 - pike poles (14 ft lengths)
4 - flashlights
Mobile radio
Siren/PA	Whelen
25 - 65 mm hose (15 m lengths)
14 - 38 mm hose (15 m lengths)
Rescue Unit # Fire 13
1994 GMC  
Serial # 1GDL7H1M25J523631
Stokes stretcher
KED
Full back board
Half back board
Orange rescue sled
2 - ladders (6 ft lengths)
Airway kit
Wood splints
2 - oxygen bottles
Holmatro hydraulic pump	Holmatro
Hydraulic ram	Holmatro
12" airbag (high pressure)
16" airbag (high pressure)
Low pressure airbag
Red airline
Blue airline
Air chisel
High pressure regulator
Low pressure regulator
2 - air manifolds
2 - first aid kits
Acid base neutralizing agents
Extension cord reel
2 - ice rescue suits
Rope supply bag
Rope harness
2 - ventilation fans
2 - power cords (15 m lengths)
Kerosene heater
ABC fire extinguisher (20 lb)	Ansul
Mitelite generator	Mitelite
4 - SCBA bottles	Scott
8 - Drager air bottles	Drager
25 - traffic cones
6 - salvage tarps
Spill kit bag
Socket set
Crowbar
Tool box (assorted hand tools)
Gas ventilation fan
Bolt cutters
2 - halogen lights
Rope and harness kit
Tripod
Halogen light tripod
2 - pike poles (14 ft lengths)
2 - scoop shovels
Spill kit barrel
2 - electrical cords (50 ft lengths)
2 - scene lights
Cord reel (100 ft length)
Manual hydraulic spreader with foot pump 	Holmatro
Duo symo pump (hydraulic)	Holmatro
Hydraulic spreader	Holmatro
Hydraulic cutter	Holmatro
Spare cutter blade (hydraulic)
2 - spreader chin tip attachments
5 ft open end chain
10 ft open end chain
Porta power
Gooseneck pry bar
Hooligan tool
Sawzall
Column buster
2 - hacksaws
2 - pry axes
2 - chains
3 - come longs 
Binoculars
2 - hard hats
2 - emergency traffic signs
Camcorder and tripod
4 - traffic radios
5 - flashlights
2 - window punches
Spotlight
Winch control
Winch
Siren/PA	Whelen
35 mm camera	Kodak
Mobile radio	Kenwood
Utility Unit # Fire 14
2003 Ford F250 
Serial # 1FTNW21L13ED25675
Spare Equipment
2 - forestry backpacks
2 - double male adaptors
65 mm to 38 mm reducer adaptor
65 mm double female adaptor
125 mm soft suction hose (10 ft length)
38 mm hose
65 mm hose
65 mm playpipe with 3 tips	Akron
38 mm fog nozzle	Akron
Dock strainer
Hose clamp
65 mm strainer
Monitor
Honda pump
Ice auger
Pike pole (14 ft length)
2 - 65 mm hard suction hoses
Thunder fog nozzle
Quadra fog nozzle
2 - fire axes
Hydrant gate
ABC fire extinguisher (20 lb)
CO2 extinguisher (20 lb)
Hydrant wrench
2 - spanners
Extension ladder (24 ft length)
Crowbar
5 - flashlights
Jordair Breathing air compressor 	 K1001EV ser#98/3767/03
Air compressor fill station with 5 cascade bottles
Desktop computer 	ACER ser#128723
3 - office desks
2 - 4-drawer filing cabinets
Hose expander with accessories
ATV 700 cc 2009 (4UF09ATVX9T208412)	Arctic Cat
ATV 700 cc 2009 (4UF09ATVX9T208331)	Arctic Cat
2 - ATV water trailers with tank/hose reel 
38 - fire helmets
38 sets - turnout gear 
50 pairs - firefighter boots
50 pairs - firefighter gloves
38 - portable radios 	Kenwood
Base station radio	Kenwood
Fax machine	Brother
Printer	Lexmark
Ryley Fire Department 
Fire Services
Pumper Unit # Fire 21
1989 Ford F800 
Serial # 1FDPF82K1KUA02366
Offload chute (water)
65 mm dock strainer
100 mm dock strainer
12 mm socket set
Tool box (assorted hand tools)
Tow chain
Propane torch with bottle
65 mm smooth bore nozzle 	Akron
Hydraulic jack (6 ton)
Forestry backpack
12" pipe wrench
77 mm outlet adaptor
2 - 38 mm nozzles	Akron
Foam jet foam tube
Drywall hook tool
Punch and chisel set
2 - SCBA sets with PASS alarms	Scott
3 - spare SCBA bottles	Scott
2 - hydrant wrenches
65 mm hydrant gate
65 mm to 38 mm reducer adaptor
65 mm to 38 mm gated wye adaptor
2 - 65 mm double male adaptors
2 - 65 mm double female adaptors
65 mm nozzle	Elkhart Brass
100 mm Stortz adaptor
2 - traffic signs (slow/stop)
5 - traffic cones
Spine board with straps
Utility rope (50 ft length)
3 - flood lights (5000 watt)
Smoke ejector
Single, double, triple chain pulleys (one each)
Gooseneck pry bar
Hooligan tool
Grinder	Motormaster
Reciprocating saw	Motormaster
2 - extension cords (100 ft lengths)
Bolt cutters
ABC dry chemical fire extinguisher (30 lb)	General
Crowbar
3 - 100 mm hard suction hoses
3 - 65 mm hard suction hoses
Extension ladder (32 ft length)
Roof ladder (14 ft length)
Pike pole (14 ft length)
Portable tank (1500 gallon)
6 - spanners
2 - fire axes
38 mm nozzle 	Task forces tip
24 - 65 mm hoses
14 - 38 mm hoses
Siren/PA	Whelen
Mobile radio	1FDPF82K1KVA02366
Mini-Pumper Unit # Fire 25
2004 Ford F350 
Serial # 1FTSW31L54EA30069
Oxygen tank
2 - traffic signs (slow/stop)
2 - emergency scene signs
7 - spare SCBA cylinders	Scott
5 - traffic cones
Extension cord (30 m length)
Poly tank (1000 L)
Honda pump 	Model #WH 20X W1-185
2 - 38 mm pistol grip nozzles	Scotti
38 mm foam nozzle	Scotti
38 mm fog nozzle	Akron
65 mm hard suction hose (12 m length)
2 - spanner wrenches
ABC dry chemical fire extinguisher (30 lb)	General
3 - forestry backpacks
2 - utility tarps
Hydrant wrench
Penetrating nozzle	Scotti
65 mm double male adaptor
Foam eductor	Scotti
Huskavarna chainsaw 	Huskavarna
Medium bolt cutters
Propane torch with bottle
Jackall 
3 - SCBA sets with PASS alarms	Scott
Smoke ejector
2 - shovels
6 - SCBA masks	Scott
Binoculars
Defibrillation unit
Mobile radio 
Siren/PA	Whelen
Base radio	Kenwood ser#9301164
TV	Sanyo E336L81M5
VCR	Sanyo 912598009
Desktop computer	Toshiba 1318377
Water cooler	0113176709
Microwave	00891
2 - portable radios	Motorola
13 - portable radios	Kenwood
Honda generator 5000x	Model CL0321
Honda pump	GX120
	Model GCAAT1669012
Honda pump CD1	Model G200197
Honda pump	GX200
	Model P70009985
20 - fire helmets
20 sets - firefighter turn out gear
20 pairs - fire boots
30 pairs - firefighter gloves
2 - portable radios	Motorola
18 - portable radios	Kenwood
Holden Fire Department 
Fire Services
Mini-Pumper Unit # Fire 35
2008 Dodge Ram 4500 
Serial # 3D6WD68A88G221345
Mobile radio	Motorola CDM1250
Siren/PA	Whelen
5 - SBCA sets complete with PASS alarm	Scott
2 - traffic signs (slow/stop)
2 - dry chemical ABC fire extinguishers	General
Forestry backpack
Power plant	Yamaha 7CG-43371
Lighting kit e-flares (5 lights)	H2510
6 - traffic cones
Rescue saw 	K12 272K 4130159
Steel air tank
Power exhaust fan	Model 418-1691
Medical trauma bag
Suction kit
Oxygen tank
Bolt cutters
2 - hacksaws
Tool box (assorted small hand tools)
Spanner wrench
Fire axe
Hooligan bar
Hydraulic jack (10 ton)
2 - halogen light sets with stands
Generator (3500 watt)	Propower DJ168F
Pump	Honda GCAAK1047482
Water tank (1200 L)
2 - 38 mm nozzles	Akron
1000 Yamaha power plant	Yamaha & CG-43371
Automated external defibrillator 	ser#X03H0202Y5
Pumper Unit # Fire 31
1993 IHC 4900 
Serial # IHTSDPCR8PH518954
3 - SCBA sets complete with PASS alarms	Scott
Binoculars
4 - flashlights
Thermal imagining camera ISI	ser#145273010001
4 - 65 mm playpipe tips
Gooseneck pry bar
Tool pouch (assorted small hand tools)
65 mm Siamese wye adaptor
65 mm double male adaptor
65 mm double female adaptor
65 mm smooth bore nozzle	Akron
38 mm nozzle pistol grip	Akron
Nozzle tips (4 assorted sizes)	Akron
Foam nozzle 	Angus
Foam nozzle	Lorcon
Wrecking bar
Pry axe
Sledgehammer (10 lb)
100 mm to 65 mm male adaptor
100 mm to 65 mm female adaptor
100 mm to 125 mm threaded adaptor
100 mm to 125 mm stortz adaptor
2 - traffic signs (slow/stop)
Hydrant wrench
Tiger torch with propane bottle
65 mm floating strainer
100 mm stortz strainer
Deluge 65 mm inlets	Elkhart 
Husquvarna chainsaw	ser#3200641 
Extension cord reel (30 m length)
2 - fire axes
2 - emergency scene signs
3 - spades
2 - pitchforks
65 mm nozzle	Akron
10 - 100 mm hoses (30 m lengths)
6 - 65 mm hoses (15 m lengths)
6 - 38 mm hoses (30 m lengths)
2 - 38 mm nozzles	Akron
2 - 100 mm hard suction hoses
65 mm hard suction hose
Extension ladder (24 ft length)
Roof ladder (14 ft length)
Attic ladder (6 ft length)
Yamaha inverter with light	Yamaha
Chain (20 ft 3/8)
Chain (20 ft 5/16)
2 - utility ropes (50 ft sections)
Tripod light (500 watt)	Akron
Generator	Suzuki SV40000PD
Tanker Unit # Fire 36
2006 International 
Serial # IHTMPHFP26H344577
Bouwie pump (PTO driven)
3 - 65 mm hoses (15 m lengths)
3 - 38 mm hoses (15 m lengths)
2 - ABC dry chemical fire extinguishers (20 lb)	Ansul
Portable tank (4000 L)	Husky
20 - fire helmets
20 sets - firefighter turn out gear
20 pairs - fire boots
30 pairs - firefighter gloves
2 - portable radios	Motorola
18 - portable radios	Kenwood
Base station	Motorola
Bruce Fire Department 
Fire Services
Pumper Unit # Fire 41
1987 Ford  
Serial # 1FDPF82K4HVA29621
Foam nozzle	Akron
2 - 65 mm double female adaptors
65 mm double male adaptor
65 mm to 38 mm gated wye adaptor
Bolt cutters
Foam eductor
Gooseneck pry bar
65 mm nozzle
Chain (10 m length)
65 mm to 38 mm adaptor
Rescue rope (30 m length)
Portable pump	Briggs & Stratton
4 - fire axes
Mobile radio	Midland 
2 - 65 mm hard suction hoses
2 - 100 mm hard suction hoses
Pike pole (14 ft length)
Crowbar
ABC dry chemical fire extinguisher (20 lb)	Ansul
Extension ladder (24 ft length)
Roof ladder (14 ft length)
65 mm smooth bore nozzle with play pipe
4 - spanners
Siren/PA	Whelen
12 - 65 mm hoses (30 m lengths)
12 - 38 mm hoses (30 m lengths
20 - fire helmets
20 sets - firefighter turn out gear
20 pairs - fire boots
20 pairs - firefighter gloves
15 - portable radios	Kenwood
Viking Fire Department 
Fire Services
Pumper Unit # Fire 51
2006 Freightliner 
Serial # 1FVACYDC66HW73825
Forestry backpack
Foam eductor	Akron
100 mm hose strainer
Tool box (assorted hand tools)
Bolt cutters
Extension cord (30 m length)
Gooseneck pry bar
Hand ice auger
Foam nozzle
Rescue saw	K12 Mark II Pantera 939019
4 - SCBA spare air cylinders	Scott
ABC dry chemical fire extinguisher (20 lb)	Ansul
Tiger torch with bottle
4 - SCBA sets with PASS alarm	Scott
Positive pressure fan	Honda GC 160
65 mm to 38 mm adaptor
65 mm double female adaptor
65 mm double male adaptor
100 mm hydrant adaptor
125 mm hydrant adaptor
Ice rescue kit
Monitor with stacking tips	Akron
4 - 38 mm nozzles	Akron
4 - 65 mm nozzles	Akron
65 mm to 38 mm gated wye adaptor
65 mm to 65 mm wye adaptor
38 mm double female adaptor
Extension cord (15 m length)
Extension cord (30 m length)
Exhaust fan
Generator (5000 watt)	Honda
2 - flashlights
Handheld spot light
Mobile radio 	Motorola GCN6114B
100 mm hard suction hose
4 - spanners
2 - Stortz spanners
Extension ladder (24 ft length)
Roof ladder (14 ft length)
2 - fire axes
Crowbar
Hose clamp
Attic ladder (6 ft length)
Pike pole (14 ft length)
Floating intake
2 - 65 mm hard suction hoses
Monitor 	Akron
2 - 65 mm hydrant gates
Portable pump	Briggs Stratton
	Model 1349
Siren/PA	Whelen
14 - 65 mm hoses (30 m lengths)
12 - 38 mm hoses (30 m lengths)
10 - 100 mm hoses (15 m lengths)
Rescue Unit # Fire 53
1997 IHC 
Serial # 1HTSCABM5VH425960
Bolt cutters
4 - flashlights
Gooseneck pry bar
4 - 38 mm nozzles	Akron
3 - 65 mm nozzles	TFT
65 mm to 65 mm wye adaptor
2 - 65 mm to 38 mm adaptors
3 - 65 mm double female adaptors
4 - 65 mm double male adaptors
100 mm Stortz adaptor
65 mm to 38 mm gated wye adaptor
65 mm Siamese wye adaptor
Hose ramp
First aid kit
Wrench water valve
Nylon rope (10 m length)
Utility rope (5 m length)
Safety belt
4 - SCBA sets with PASS alarm	Scott
Generator (1700 watt)	Honda
Positive pressure ventilation fan	Honda GC 160
Manual water supply valve
Mobile radio	Midland
Attic ladder (6 ft length)
Pike pole (14 ft length)
Pike pole (10 ft length)
Siren/PA	Whelen
4 - spanners
6 - Stortz spanners
Crowbar
Extension ladder (35 ft length)
Roof ladder (14 ft length)
100 mm Stortz hydrant adaptor
125 mm Stortz hydrant adaptor
2 - fire axes
Hose clamp
ABC dry chemical fire extinguisher (30 lb)	General
65 mm hydrant gate
Hydrant wrench
100 mm hose (30 m length)
65 mm hose (15 m length)
100 mm hose (15 m length)
Holmatro hydraulic spreader	ser#200506907807
Holmatro hydraulic ram	ser#334001252
Holmatro hydraulic pump	ser#04907534
Holmatro hydraulic cutter	ser#872140
Holmatro hydraulic spreader	ser#150012201
Holmatro hydraulic combination tool 	ser#15012021
Siren/PA	Whelen
Pumper Unit # Fire 54
1979 GMC C70 
Serial # T17DE9V626705
Foam nozzle	Akron
2 - 65 mm double female adaptors
65 mm double male adaptor
65 mm to 38 mm gated wye adaptor
Bolt cutters
Foam eductor
Gooseneck pry bar
65 mm nozzle
Chain (10 m length)
65 mm to 38 mm adaptor
Rescue rope (30 m length)
Portable pump	Briggs & Stratton
4 - fire axes
Mobile radio	Midland 081972T
2 - 65 mm hard suction hoses
2 - 100 mm hard suction hoses
Pike pole (14 ft length)
Crowbar
ABC dry chemical fire extinguisher (20 lb)	Ansul
Extension ladder (24 ft length)
Roof ladder (14 ft length)
65 mm smooth bore nozzle with play pipe
2 - spanners
Siren/PA	Whelen
12 - 65 mm hoses (30 m lengths)
12 - 38 mm hoses (30 m lengths)
Mini-Pumper Unit # Fire 55
1997 F350  
Serial # 1FJW369VEC35846
Honda Wajax pump	Wajax
Hose reel	Hansay P56AN227
Portable foam pump	Taskforce
Mobile radio	Motorola AD299FT3035
Extension cord (30 m length)
2 - fire axes
Chain (10 m length)
Generator (4000 watt)	Honda CQN068
2 - portable lights
Foam funnel
Propack foam machine	Propack
2 - traffic control signs (slow/stop)
Received hitch with ball
Socket wrench set	Westward
Gooseneck pry bar
Tool box (assorted hand tools)
Utility rope (30 m length)
Bolt cutters
Hydraulic jack (8 ton)
2 - spanners
25 mm hose (45 m length)
25 mm nozzle
Siren/PA 	Whelen
Tanker Unit # Fire 56
1996 IHC 
Serial # 1HSGLAER3TH272123
Trash pump	Honda WTOX
100 mm hydrant adaptor
125 mm hydrant adaptor
Fire axe
Dump tank (5000 L)
Hand ice auger
Utility rope (15 m length)
Hydrant wrench
2 - flashlights
Mobile radio	Midland
3 - 65 mm hard suction hoses
First aid kit
65 mm hose (60 m length)
38 mm hose (60 m length)
3 - Stortz spanners
100 mm suction intake valve
Siren/PA	Whelen
Miscellaneous Equipment
Air compressor	RAC350E20AD
Bench grinder	Model 3408107
Fax machine	Brother U61281C7J318434
Base station radio	Kenwood 030615B0100921
Pressure washer	Westwood GX160
Breath air compressor/fill station	Eagle Air 53580701
Desktop computer	Seanix SQ163G-1
5 - fill station cascade bottles
Fridgidare washer 	62530
Fridgidare dryer	AP166574
30 - pagers	Motorola Monitor
Thermal imagining camera ISI 3500	145250010001
7 - portable radios	Motorola PR400
8 - portable radios	Kenwood KSC-30
30 sets - firefighter turn out gear
30 - fire helmets
30 pairs - firefighter boots
50 pairs - firefighter gloves
Office desk
Office chair
4-drawer filing cabinet
21 - stacking chairs
4 - tables
Dell projector 	TWOC2727706413AU0464
Laptop computer	Dell CN09U807129613AB4909
Laptop computer (Seanix)	TW3TFCCLA7370009
Kenmore refrigerator	LA11018487
Fridgidare stove	GE model JCBP35WL1WW
Kinsella Fire Department 
Fire Services
Pumper Unit # Fire 61
1985 Ford F800 
Serial # 1FDPF82K9FVA31958
Foam nozzle	Akron
2 - 65 mm double female adaptors
65 mm double male adaptor
65 mm to 38 mm gated wye
Bolt cutters
Foam eductor
Gooseneck pry bar
65 mm nozzle
Chain (10 m length)
65 mm to 38 mm adaptor
Rescue rope (30 m length)
Portable pump	Briggs & Stratton
4 - fire axes
Mobile radio	Midland 
2 - 65 mm hard suction hoses
2 - 100 mm hard suction hoses
Pike pole (14 ft length)
Crowbar
ABC dry chemical fire extinguisher (20 lb)	Ansul
Extension ladder (24 ft length)
Roof ladder (14 ft length)
65 mm smooth bore nozzle with play pipe
4 - spanners
Siren/PA	Whelen
12 - 65 mm hoses (30 m lengths)
12 - 77 mm hoses (30 m lengths)
12 - 38 mm hoses (30 m lengths)
Mini-Pumper Unit # Fire 65
1983 K30 Chevrolet  
Serial # IGBHK33M9DS126269
Portable pump	Briggs & Stratton
Portable tank (1000 L)
6 - 38 mm hoses (15 m lengths)
Mobile radio	Midland
4 - fire axes
Crowbar
2 - 38 mm nozzles	Akron
15 - portable radios	Kenwood KSC-30
20 sets - firefighter turn out gear
20 - fire helmets
20 pairs - firefighter boots
20 pairs - firefighter gloves
Regional Fire Chief Unit 2005 Dodge 1500 Fire 01 
Serial # 1D7HU18D35S278364
Mobile Radio 	Motorola CDN 1250
Siren/PA	Whelen


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Alberta Regulation 59/2010
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
ALBERTA HATCHING EGG PLAN AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 29, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 138/2010) 
on April 29, 2010 pursuant to section 23 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products 
Act. 
1   The Alberta Hatching Egg Plan Regulation (AR 283/96) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 4(c) is amended by striking out "and (q)" and 
substituting ", (q) and (r)".

3   Section 5(b) is amended
	(a)	in subclause (i) by adding "and stabilized" after "fair";
	(b)	by repealing subclause (vi).

4   Section 8 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (2) by adding the following after 
clause (q):
	(r)	determining from time to time the minimum price or 
prices that shall be paid to producers for the regulated 
product or any class, variety, grade, size or kind of 
regulated product and determining different prices for 
different parts of Alberta.
	(b)	by repealing subsection (4).


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Alberta Regulation 60/2010
Vital Statistics Act
ACCESS TO INFORMATION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 29, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 144/2010) 
on April 29, 2010 pursuant to section 47 of the Vital Statistics Act. 
1   The Access to Information Regulation (AR 162/2001) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 3 is amended by striking out "May 31, 2010" and 
substituting "May 31, 2012".


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Alberta Regulation 61/2010
Corrections Act
CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 29, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 150/2010) 
on April 29, 2010 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)
	(i)	in clause (a) by striking out "under" and 
substituting "in";
	(ii)	by adding the following after clause (d): 
	(e)	"privileged communication" means a 
communication between an inmate and any of the 
following persons, offices or entities:
	(i)	the inmate's legal counsel;
	(ii)	the Executive Director or any delegate of the 
Executive Director; 
	(iii)	the Chief Executive Officer of the Alberta 
Correctional Services or any delegate of the 
Chief Executive Officer;
	(iv)	the Commissioner of Corrections or the 
Correctional Investigator appointed under the 
Corrections and Conditional Release Act 
(Canada);
	(v)	a member of the Senate or House of 
Commons of Canada;
	(vi)	a member of the legislative assembly of 
Alberta or of another province or territory of 
Canada;
	(vii)	the Information and Privacy Commissioner 
appointed under the Freedom of Information 
and Protection of Privacy Act or the Privacy 
Commissioner appointed under the Privacy 
Act (Canada);
	(viii)	the Alberta Human Rights Commission or the 
Canadian Human Rights Commission;
	(ix)	the Auditor General of Alberta or of Canada;
	(x)	a person designated as an officer under the 
Immigration and Refugee Protection Act 
(Canada), if the inmate is detained or subject 
to a warrant for arrest and detention under 
that Act; 
	(xi)	an ombudsman appointed under an Act of 
Alberta;
	(xii)	a tipline program operated by a crime 
stoppers association, a law enforcement 
agency, a correctional institution or any 
similar entity to receive information on a 
confidential basis respecting offences.
	(b)	by adding the following after subsection (2):
(3)  In section 1(d.1) of the Act, "privileged communication" has 
the meaning specified in subsection (1)(e).

3   Sections 31 and 31.1 are repealed and the following is 
substituted:
Inmate communication systems
31(1)  In this section, "inmate communication" includes a privileged 
communication.
(2)  The Chief Executive Officer may authorize the establishment of 
inmate communication systems in an institution for the purposes of
	(a)	providing inmates with reasonable access to communication 
systems, and
	(b)	ensuring the security of the institution and the protection of 
the public.
(3)  The Director may suspend inmate access to any inmate 
communication system if, in the Director's opinion,
	(a)	the system is being misused or abused, or
	(b)	the suspension is necessary to maintain the security of the 
institution.
Identifiers of institution 
31.1  The Director of an institution shall, if directed to do so by the 
Chief Executive Officer, ensure that 
	(a)	the name of the institution is attached to inmate 
communications that are directed to recipients outside of the 
institution, and 
	(b)	a recorded announcement, identifying that the inmate 
communication comes from the institution, is played at the 
beginning of inmate communications that are made by 
telephone or other electronic means to a place outside of the 
institution.
Privileged communications
31.2(1)  Privileged communications must not be recorded or 
monitored.
(2)  If a privileged communication is inadvertently recorded during 
repair and maintenance of a communication system or otherwise,
	(a)	the communication must not be monitored, and 
	(b)	the record of the communication must be destroyed as soon 
as practicable after any employee or agent of the institution is 
notified or becomes aware that the communication was 
recorded.
Notice of recording
31.3(1)  In this section, "writing" includes e-mail and other 
electronic writing, and "written" has a corresponding meaning.
(2)  Before recording an inmate communication, the Director must 
give reasonable notice to the inmate that the communication may be 
recorded.
(3)  Notice may be given under subsection (2) by means of 
	(a)	a written message on, attached to or accompanying any 
inmate communication that is made in writing,
	(b)	a recorded announcement played at the beginning of any 
inmate communication that is made by telephone or any 
other electronic means that includes an audio transmission, or
	(c)	any other method by which the notice may reasonably be 
expected to come to the inmate's attention before recording 
begins.
Retention of records
31.4  If a record of an inmate communication contains some or all 
of the words that were communicated or any images of the parties to 
the inmate communication, the record must not be retained for 
longer than 90 days unless there are reasonable grounds to believe 
that the inmate is 
	(a)	involved in illegal activities,
	(b)	harassing or causing harm to others, or
	(c)	participating in an activity that may jeopardize the 
management, operation or security of the institution.
Monitoring
31.5   An inmate communication must not be monitored except
	(a)	in circumstances where the monitoring is authorized under 
section 14.4(2) of the Act, and
	(b)	where the inmate has first been given reasonable notice that 
the inmate communication may be monitored.
Authorized means of monitoring
31.6(1)  Where monitoring of an inmate communication is 
authorized under section 14.4(2) of the Act, the communication may 
be monitored by listening to, watching or reading it or any record of 
it that is made in accordance with the Act and this Regulation. 
(2)  Monitoring under subsection (1) may be carried out by 
electronic or other means.

4   The following is added after section 42:
Part 2.1 
Earned Remission
Remission and crediting of remission
42.1(1)  Subject to subsections (3) and (4) and section 46(e), every 
inmate who is serving a sentence for an offence under a provincial 
enactment or a municipal bylaw shall be credited with remission of 
the sentence, in an amount not exceeding 15 days for each 30 days 
served during which the inmate earns that remission.
(2)  The criteria for earning remission are
	(a)	obeying all rules of the institution, 
	(b)	actively participating in any work training or treatment 
programs assigned under section 11 of the Act,
	(c)	actively participating in any employment program required 
under section 17 of the Act, and
	(d)	complying with the conditions of any temporary absence 
authorized under section 23 of the Act.
(3)  If an inmate, on one or more occasions,
	(a)	violates a rule referred to in subsection (2)(a),
	(b)	fails to actively participate in a program referred to in 
subsection (2)(b) or (c), or
	(c)	fails to comply with a condition referred to in subsection 
(2)(d),
the inmate may, in accordance with policy and procedures approved by 
the Director, be found not to have met the criteria for earning some or 
all of the remission that the inmate could have earned under subsection 
(2).
(4)  No remission is earned under this section in respect of a sentence
	(a)	on conviction for criminal or civil contempt of court where 
the sentence includes a requirement that the inmate return to 
that court, or
	(b)	to which section 6 of the Prisons and Reformatories Act 
(Canada) applies.
(5)  Where remission is credited under this section against a sentence 
being served by an inmate, the inmate is entitled to be released from 
imprisonment before the expiration of the sentence.
(6)  As soon as is reasonably possible after an inmate begins serving a 
sentence in respect of which remission may be credited under this 
section, the inmate must be advised of the earliest possible date on 
which the inmate could, if the inmate earns all possible remission and 
does not forfeit any remission, be released under subsection (5).
(7)  As soon as is reasonably possible after
	(a)	an inmate is found not to have met the criteria for earning 
some or all of the remission that the inmate could have 
earned under subsection (2), or
	(b)	a forfeiture of remission is imposed under section 46(e),
the inmate must be informed of the amount of remission the inmate 
failed to earn or forfeited, the reasons for the failure or forfeiture and 
the resulting revision of the inmate's earliest possible release date.
(8)  Where an inmate is reincarcerated following the suspension of 
parole and the parole is subsequently revoked, the inmate shall be 
credited with remission in respect of the portion of the sentence that 
was served during the suspension.
(9)  For the purposes of applying this section,
	(a)	where a sentence is expressed as a period of months or years 
rather than days, the sentence is to be converted to a number 
of days, and
	(b)	where the number of days to be served for a sentence is a 
number that is not evenly divisible by 3, the number is to be 
rounded down to the nearest number that is evenly divisible 
by 3 and no remission is to be credited for the extra day or 
days.

5   Section 48.2(3), (4) and (5) are amended by striking out 
"director or the director's delegate" wherever it occurs and 
substituting "Director or the Director's delegate".

6   This Regulation comes into force on the coming into 
force of the Corrections Amendment Act, 2009.


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Alberta Regulation 62/2010
Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act
LUBRICATING OIL MATERIAL RECYCLING AND MANAGEMENT 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 29, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 154/2010) 
on April 29, 2010 pursuant to section 175 of the Environmental Protection and 
Enhancement Act. 
1   The Lubricating Oil Material Recycling and Management 
Regulation (AR 82/97) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 11 is amended by striking out "June 30, 2010" and 
substituting "June 30, 2011".


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Alberta Regulation 63/2010
Government Organization Act
DESIGNATION AND TRANSFER OF RESPONSIBILITY 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 29, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 156/2010) 
on April 29, 2010 pursuant to section 16 of the Government Organization Act.
1   The Designation and Transfer of Responsibility 
Regulation (AR 38/2008) is amended by this Regulation.
2   Section 14(1)(a) is repealed.

3   Section 19 is amended by renumbering it as section 
19(1) and by adding the following after subsection (1):
(2)  The responsibility for the Builders' Lien Act is transferred to 
the Minister of Service Alberta.


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Alberta Regulation 64/2010
Carbon Capture and Storage Funding Act
CARBON CAPTURE AND STORAGE FUNDING REGULATION
Filed: April 29, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 145/2010) 
on April 29, 2010 pursuant to section 5 of the Carbon Capture and Storage Funding 
Act. 
Definitions
1   In this Regulation, 
	(a)	"Act" means the Carbon Capture and Storage Funding Act;
	(b)	"advisory committee" means a committee established by the 
Minister under section 7 of the Government Organization Act 
to advance the purposes of the Act; 
	(c)	"Minister" means the Minister of Energy.
Authority to make payments
2   The Minister may make payments under the Act for any of the 
following if, in the opinion of the Minister, the payment will advance 
the purpose of the Act:
	(a)	payments for the expenses of the Minister's Department 
incurred to develop or refine a regulatory system for carbon 
capture and storage projects in Alberta, including payments 
for remuneration of and expenses incurred by members of 
advisory committees;
	(b)	payments for the expenses of the Minister's Department 
incurred with respect to further education regarding carbon 
capture and storage projects;
	(c)	payments to any person or organization to acquire 
information, studies or research findings or to otherwise 
obtain knowledge where it can reasonably be expected to 
benefit carbon capture and storage projects in Alberta.
Expiry
3   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 April 30, 2015.