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Alberta Regulation 81/2010
Local Authorities Election Act
LOCAL AUTHORITIES ELECTION FORMS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: June 3, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Municipal Affairs (M.O. L:059/10) 
on May 27, 2010 pursuant to section 159(2) of the Local Authorities Election Act. 
1   The Local Authorities Election Forms Regulation 
(AR 106/2007) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Schedule 1 is amended by adding the following after 
Form 20:
FORM 21	CAMPAIGN DISCLOSURE STATEMENT
	AND FINANCIAL STATEMENT
	Local Authorities Election Act
	(Section 147.4)
MUNICIPALITY:                             , PROVINCE OF ALBERTA
Full name of Candidate: 	
Candidate's mailing address 	
                                             	, Alberta
                         Postal Code 	
NOTE:
If a candidate's entire election campaign is funded exclusively out of 
the candidate's own funds and the candidate's funds are not more than 
$10 000, the candidate is not required to file this document or open and 
deposit the funds into a campaign account.
Campaign Period Revenue
CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS:
1.	Total amount of contributions of 
$100.00 or less	$             
2.	Total amount of all contributions of $100.01 
and greater, together with the contributor's 
name and address (attach listing and amount)	$             
NOTE:
For lines 1 and 2, include all money and valued contributions.
3.	Deduct total amount of contributions returned	$             
4.	NET CONTRIBUTIONS (line 1 + 2 - 3)	$             
OTHER SOURCES:
5.	Total amount contributed out of candidate's 
own funds	$             
6.	Total amount received from fund-raising functions	$             
7.	Transfer of any surplus from a candidate's 
previous election campaign of $500.01 or greater	$             
8.	TOTAL OTHER SOURCES 
(add lines 5, 6 and 7) 	$             
9.	Total Campaign Period Revenue 
(add lines 4 and 8) 	$             
Campaign Period Expenditures
10.	Campaign Period Expenses 
    Paid                      Unpaid                 	TOTAL  $             
Campaign Period Surplus (Deficit)
(deduct line 10 from line 9)	$             
ATTESTATION OF CANDIDATE
This is to certify that to the best of my knowledge, this document and 
all attachments accurately reflect the information required under 
section 147.4 of the Act.

                                                                                             	 
  Signature of Candidate	Date    
Forward the signed original of this document to the address of the 
municipality in which the candidate was nominated for election.



Alberta Regulation 82/2010
Fair Trading Act
PUBLIC AUCTIONS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: June 3, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Service Alberta (M.O. SA:011/2010) 
on May 28, 2010 pursuant to section 124 of the Fair Trading Act. 
1   The Public Auctions Regulation (AR 196/99) is amended 
by this Regulation.

2   Section 7 is amended


	(a)	in subsection (2) by striking out "by public auction 
goods" and substituting "goods consigned to the auction 
sales business intended for sale by public auction";
	(b)	in subsection (5) by striking out "by public auction".

3   Section 9 is amended by adding the following after 
subsection (3):
(4)  When an employee or agent of an auction sales business 
proposes to bid on an item at a sale by public auction on the 
employee's or agent's own behalf, the auctioneer must make an 
announcement of that fact prior to the commencement of the sale 
or recommencement of the sale, if it is adjourned.

4   The following is added after section 12:
Competing bids at completion of sale 
12.1  At the completion of a sale in accordance with section 12, an 
auctioneer may recognize that there are still 2 or more competing 
bidders for the item being sold at public auction and may re-open the 
bidding to those competing bidders.

5   The following is added after section 14:
Inclusion of consigned goods
14.1   For the purposes of sections 15 to 18 and 21, the sale of goods 
by public auction includes the sale of goods consigned to the auction 
sales business intended for sale by public auction, whether the 
consigned goods were sold by public auction or by any other means.
6   Section 17 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (3) by adding "or section 17.1" after "in 
subsection (1)";
	(b)	by adding the following after subsection (3):
(4)  An auction sales business that has issued a cheque from its 
trust account in accordance with subsection (1) or (2) or section 
17.1 must within 21 days from the date of the sale finish 
disbursing the remaining funds relating to that sale.

7   The following is added after section 17:
Payment to consignor
17.1   An auction sales business may issue a cheque from a general 
account of the auction sales business to a consignor for the 
consignor's share of the purchase price referred to in section 17(1) 
prior to receiving the money owing from the buyer on the goods sold 
at public auction.
Prohibition
17.2   An auction sales business may not issue a cheque under 
section 17 or 17.1 unless it has sufficient funds in the account on 
which the cheque is drawn with which to meet its obligation.

8   Section 19 is amended by adding the following after 
clause (b):
	(c)	records in accordance with section 19.1 of payments made 
from its general account to a consignor under section 17.1;
	(d)	records of statements provided to a consignor or lienholder 
under section 18.

9   The following is added after section 19:
General account records
19.1  The records that must be kept by every licensee and former 
licensee for the purposes of section 19(c) are as follows:
	(a)	the names and addresses of every consignor paid under 
section 17.1 from the general account;
	(b)	the location and date of the sale to which the payment relates;
	(c)	a description of the goods sufficient to identify the goods to 
which the payment relates;
	(d)	the amount disbursed in respect of the goods.

10   Section 21(2) is amended
	(a)	in clause (h) by striking out "and";
	(b)	by repealing clause (i) and substituting the 
following:
	(i)	the amount disbursed in respect of each of the goods, 
whether the amount was disbursed
	(i)	directly to each person on whose behalf the sale 
was held, or
	(ii)	to the general account for reimbursement of funds 
paid to a consignor under section 17.1, 
			and
	(j)	the amount disbursed to each person having an interest 
in or lien on the goods sold.

11   Section 22 is amended
	(a)	by striking out "17(1) or (3)," and substituting "17(1), 
(3) or (4), 17.1, 17.2,";
	(b)	by adding "19.1," after "19,".

12   Section 25 is amended by striking out "September 1, 
2011" and substituting "September 1, 2020".

13   This Regulation comes into force on July 31, 2010.



Alberta Regulation 83/2010
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
ALBERTA CHICKEN PRODUCERS MARKETING 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: June 3, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Chicken Producers on April 16, 2010 
pursuant to sections 26 and 27 of the Marketing of the Agricultural Products Act and 
approved by the Agricultural Products Marketing Council on April 19, 2010.
1   The Alberta Chicken Producers Marketing Regulation 
(AR 3/2000) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1(o) is repealed.

3   Section 23(3) is amended
	(a)	by repealing clause (a) and substituting the 
following:
	(a)	$0.44 a kilogram for each kilogram of chicken marketed 
in excess of 105% but not more than 110%, and
	(b)	by repealing clause (b) and substituting the 
following:
	(b)	$0.88 a kilogram for each kilogram of chicken marketed 
in excess of 110%,

4   Section 23(6) is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
(6)  If the levy provided for under subsection (3) is not received by 
the Board within 30 days from the date that the authorized producer 
is billed for the levy by the Board, that producer must pay an 
additional levy of $0.44 a kilogram.

5   Section 27 is repealed.



Alberta Regulation 84/2010
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
REVIEW AND APPEAL REGULATION
Filed: June 7, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development 
(M.O. 8/2010) on May 31, 2010 pursuant to section 43.1 of the Marketing of 
Agricultural Products Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
Part 1  
Reviews and Appeals
	2	Application


	3	Application for review or appeal
	4	Hearing
	5	Timing
	6	Refusal to hear
	7	Adjournments
	8	Chair of appeal tribunal
	9	Rights of parties
	10	Evidence
	11	Witnesses
	12	Rules of Court
	13	Failure to appear
	14	Decision
	15	Cost recovery
Part 2  
Appeal Tribunal
	16	Appointment of appeal tribunal
	17	Appointment to hear appeal
	18	Remuneration
	19	Expiry
	20	Coming into force
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Act" means the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act;
	(b)	"appeal" means an appeal under section 36(2) of the Act of a 
decision of a board or commission made pursuant to a review 
under section 36(1) of the Act; 
	(c)	"decision maker" means
	(i)	in the case of a review, the board, commission or the 
Council whose decision is subject to an application for 
review, and
	(ii)	in the case of an appeal, the appeal tribunal; 
	(d)	"party" means
	(i)	in the case of a review, the applicant, and
	(ii)	in the case of an appeal, the applicant and the board or 
commission whose decision is being appealed;
	(e)	"review" means a review of a decision of a board, 
commission or the Council as provided for under section 
36(1) of the Act. 
Part 1 
Reviews and Appeals
Application
2   This Part sets out the rules and requirements that apply for the 
purpose of a review or appeal under section 36 of the Act.
Application for review or appeal
3(1)  An application for a review or an appeal must be made in writing 
and include
	(a)	the name, address and telephone number of the applicant, 
	(b)	a copy of the decision being reviewed or appealed, and
	(c)	any other information required by the decision maker.
(2)  In the case of an appeal, the appeal tribunal shall provide a copy of 
the application for an appeal
	(a)	to the board or commission whose decision is being 
appealed, and
	(b)	to the Minister.
Hearing
4(1)  Subject to section 6, if an application has been received by a 
decision maker for a review or an appeal, the decision maker shall hold 
a hearing.   
(2)  A hearing may be conducted solely on the basis of written 
submissions if
	(a)	in the case of a review, the applicant consents, or
	(b) 	in the case of an appeal, the parties consent. 
(3)  The decision maker shall determine the time and place of a hearing 
and provide written notice 
	(a)	to the parties, and 
	(b)	in the case of an appeal, 
	(i)	to the Council, and
	(ii)	to the Minister. 
Timing 
5   Subject to section 6, a review or appeal hearing shall be held by a 
decision maker
	(a)	in the case of a review,
	(i)	if a hearing is required, within 60 days of receiving the 
review application, and
	(ii)	if a hearing is not required because the review will be 
conducted solely on the basis of written submissions, 
within 30 days of receiving the consent to complete the 
review without a hearing,  
		and
	(b)	in the case of an appeal, within 120 days of receiving the 
appeal application.
Refusal to hear
6(1)  A decision maker may refuse to hear a review or an appeal if the 
decision maker considers the review or appeal to be trivial or not made 
in good faith. 
(2)  If a decision maker refuses to hear a review or an appeal, the 
decision maker shall provide written notice to the applicant of the 
refusal within 30 days of receiving the application for the review or 
appeal.
Adjournments
7(1)  The granting and duration of an adjournment is in the sole 
discretion of the decision maker.
(2)  The time limits prescribed in section 5 do not run during a period 
of adjournment.
Chair of appeal tribunal
8   The chair of an appeal tribunal may exercise a power of the appeal 
tribunal under section 6 or 7. 
Rights of parties
9   A party to a review or an appeal has the right to attend the hearing, 
make representations, present evidence and cross-examine witnesses.  
Evidence
10(1)  A decision maker may receive any evidence that it considers 
relevant to the matter being reviewed or appealed.
(2)  The rules of evidence that are applicable to judicial proceedings do 
not apply.
(3)  In the case of an appeal, a record of the proceeding shall be 
maintained as required by the Council and shall include
	(a)	a written or electronic record of oral evidence, and 
	(b)	all records or things received in evidence.
Witnesses
11(1)  An appeal tribunal has the powers vested in the Court of 
Queen's Bench in a civil action to
	(a)	summon and enforce the attendance of a witness,
	(b)	compel a witness to give evidence on oath or otherwise, and
	(c)	compel a witness to produce any record or thing. 
(2)  Subsection (1) does not apply to a member of the Council or an 
employee under the Council's administration.
Rules of Court
12   The provisions of the Alberta Rules of Court relating to the 
payment of conduct money and witness fees apply.
Failure to appear
13   If an applicant fails to appear for a review or an appeal within one 
hour from the time set, the decision maker may dismiss the review or 
appeal or conduct the hearing in the applicant's absence.
Decision
14(1)  A decision maker may, on completion of a hearing, 
	(a)	confirm or rescind the decision being reviewed or appealed, 
and
	(b)	in the case of an appeal, refer the decision being appealed 
back to the relevant board or commission for a new review 
and may provide recommendations. 
(2)  The decision maker shall provide a written decision, with reasons, 
within 30 days of the completion of the hearing
	(a)		to the parties, and 
	(b)	in the case of an appeal, 
	(i)	to the Council, and
	(ii)	to the Minister.
(3)  The Minister may publish a decision of the appeal tribunal. 
Cost recovery 
15(1)  The appeal tribunal may recover the cost of administering and 
hearing an appeal, including the costs for legal counsel for the appeal 
tribunal. 
(2)  The total costs assessed by the appeal tribunal under subsection (1) 
is a debt owing to the Government of Alberta as follows: 
	(a)	for the first day of the hearing, 35% is owed by each party; 
	(b)	for every other day of the hearing, 50% is owed by each 
party.
(3)  The Minister may, on the request of a party, waive payment, in 
whole or in part, of the costs recovered under subsection (1). 
Part 2 
Appeal Tribunal
Appointment of appeal tribunal
16(1)  The Minister shall establish an appeal tribunal.
(2)  The appeal tribunal shall consist of at least 3 and not more than 5 
members.
(3)  In accordance with the Public Service Act, there may be appointed 
employees to provide administrative services in respect of appeals.
(4)  A member of the Council or an employee under the Council's 
administration is not eligible to be an appeal tribunal member.
(5)  The term of an appointment to the appeal tribunal is 3 years.
(6)  A person who has been appointed to an appeal tribunal for 2 
consecutive terms is not eligible to be appointed to the appeal tribunal 
until one year has passed since the expiration of the 2nd consecutive 
term. 
(7)  Despite subsections (2) and (5), the Minister may appoint 
additional persons to the appeal tribunal to hear a single matter and 
that appointment shall not be considered as a term for the purpose of 
subsection (6).
Appointment to hear appeal
17   When an application for an appeal is received by the appeal 
tribunal, the Minister shall
	(a)	appoint 3 members to hear the appeal, and
	(b)	appoint one of those members as chair.
Remuneration
18   The Minister may determine the remuneration and expenses 
payable to members of the appeal tribunal.
Expiry
19   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 November 30, 2019.
Coming into force
20   This Regulation comes into force on the coming into force of the 
Marketing of Agricultural Products Amendment Act, 2009.


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Alberta Regulation 85/2010
School Act
CLOSURE OF SCHOOLS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: June 7, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Education (M.O. 031/2010) on May 
31, 2010 pursuant to section 58 of the School Act. 
1   The Closure of Schools Regulation (AR 238/97) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 8 is amended by striking out "June 30, 2010" and 
substituting "August 31, 2012".


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Alberta Regulation 86/2010
Wildlife Act
WILDLIFE (ENDANGERED ANIMAL, 2010) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: June 9, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Sustainable Resource Development 
(M.O. 25/2010) on June 3, 2010 pursuant to section 103 of the Wildlife Act. 
1   The Wildlife Regulation (AR 143/97) is amended by this 
Regulation.

2   Schedule 4 is amended in Part 1 by striking out "Ursus 
arctos (Grizzly Bear)".

3   Schedule 6 is amended in Sub-Part 2 of Part 1 by adding 
"Ursus arctos (Grizzly Bear)" after "Rangifer tarandus groenlandicus 
(Barren Ground Caribou)".

4   Schedule 8 is amended
	(a)	in Part 1 by repealing Item 36;
	(b)	in Part 4 by repealing Item 9.

5   Schedule 15 is amended by repealing Item 5(b) and (d).


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Alberta Regulation 87/2010
Seniors Benefit Act
SENIORS BENEFIT ACT GENERAL AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: June 9, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 173/2010) 
on June 9, 2010 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   Section 8.1 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Additional amount
8.1(1)  An applicant is eligible for a discontinuous special needs 
component of a benefit if
	(a)	the applicant meets the requirements of section 3(1)(a), (b), 
(d) and (e),
	(b)	the applicant is not disqualified from receiving a benefit 
under section 3(3),
	(c)	in the case of an applicant who is a single senior, the 
applicant's total income is less than $24 500 after deducting 
the supplementary accommodation assistance benefit paid to 
the applicant in the previous year,
	(d)	in the case of an applicant who is part of a senior couple, the 
senior couple's total income is less than $39 900 after 
deducting the supplementary accommodation assistance 
benefit paid to the senior couple in the previous year, and
	(e)	the applicant demonstrates serious financial problems that 
affect the applicant's ability to meet personal 
non-discretionary necessities of life.
(2)  The maximum amount that an applicant is eligible to receive 
under subsection (1) is $5000 in each year, regardless of the number 
of claims made in the year.

3   The following is added after section 8.2:
Dental benefit
8.3(1)  An applicant is eligible for a component of a benefit for 
eligible basic dental services as determined by the Minister if 
	(a)	the applicant meets the requirements of section 3(1)(a), (b), 
(d) and (e),
	(b)	the applicant is not disqualified from receiving a benefit 
under section 3(3),
	(c)	in the case of an applicant who is a single senior, the 
applicant's total income is less than $31 675 after deducting 
the supplementary assistance benefit paid to the applicant in 
the previous year, and
	(e)	in the case of an applicant who is part of a senior couple, the 
senior couple's total income is less than $63 350 after 
deducting the supplementary assistance benefit paid to the 
senior couple in the previous year. 
(2)  The maximum amount that an applicant is eligible to receive 
under this section is $5000 in any 5-year period, regardless of the 
number of claims made in that period.
Optical benefit
8.4(1)  An applicant is eligible for a component of a benefit for 
prescription eyeglasses if 
	(a)	the applicant meets the requirements of section 3(1)(a), (b), 
(d) and (e),
	(b)	the applicant is not disqualified from receiving a benefit 
under section 3(3),
	(c)	in the case of an applicant who is a single senior, the 
applicant's total income is less than $31 675 after deducting 
the supplementary assistance benefit paid to the applicant in 
the previous year, and
	(d)	in the case of an applicant who is part of a senior couple, the 
senior couple's total income is less than $63 350 after 
deducting the supplementary assistance benefit paid to the 
senior couple in the previous year. 
(2)  The maximum amount that an applicant is eligible to receive 
under this section is $230 in any 3-year period, regardless of the 
number of claims made in that period.

4   Section 9 is amended in subsection (1) by striking out "or 
8.1 or who is receiving a benefit under section 3 or 8.1 but contests the 
amount" and substituting "or for a component of a benefit under 
section 8.1, or who is receiving a benefit under section 3 or a 
component of a benefit under section 8.1 but contests the amount,".

5   Section 12.1 is amended by striking out "July 1, 2010" and 
substituting "July 1, 2015".

6   The Schedule is amended in the Table
	(a)	in Part 1
	(i)	by striking out "18.75%" wherever it occurs and 
substituting "18.29%";
	(ii)	by striking out "18.78%" wherever it occurs and 
substituting "18.31%;
	(iii)	by striking out "13.06%" and substituting 
"12.73%";
	(iv)	by striking out "17.44%" and substituting 
"17.00%".
	(b)	in the Note by striking out "July 2009" and 
substituting "July 2010".

7   This Regulation comes into force on July 1, 2010.



Alberta Regulation 88/2010
Municipal Government Act
INVESTMENT AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: June 10, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Municipal Affairs (M.O. L:072/10) 
on June 3, 2010 pursuant to section 250 of the Municipal Government Act. 
1   The Investment Regulation (AR 66/2000) is amended by 
this Regulation.

2   Section 4 is amended by striking out "June 30, 2010" and 
substituting "June 30, 2015".


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Alberta Regulation 89/2010
Municipal Government Act
MAJOR CITIES INVESTMENT AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: June 10, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Municipal Affairs (M.O. L:073/10) 
on June 3, 2010 pursuant to section 250 of the Municipal Government Act. 
1   The Major Cities Investment Regulation (AR 249/2000) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 6 is amended by striking out "June 30, 2010" and 
substituting "June 30, 2015".


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Alberta Regulation 90/2010
Municipal Government  Act
REGIONAL SERVICES COMMISSION DEBT LIMIT 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: June 10, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Municipal Affairs (M.O. L:074/10) 
on June 3, 2010 pursuant to section 602.29 of the  Municipal Government Act. 
1   The Regional Services Commission Debt Limit 
Regulation (AR 76/2000) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 5 is amended by striking out "June 30, 2010" and 
substituting "June 30, 2015".




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Alberta Regulation 91/2010
Pipeline Act
PIPELINE AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: June 16, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Energy Resources Conservation Board on June 
14, 2010 pursuant to section 3(1) of the Pipeline Act. 
1   The Pipeline Regulation (AR 91/2005) is amended by this 
Regulation.

2   The following is added after section 1.1:
Compliance with Directive
1.2   A licensee shall comply with the requirements of Directive 
077: Pipelines - Requirements and Reference Tools, as published 
by the Board and amended from time to time.


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Alberta Regulation 92/2010
Municipal Government Act
AQUEDUCT UTILITIES CORPORATION REGULATION
Filed: June 17, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 190/2010) 
on June 17, 2010 pursuant to section 603 of the Municipal Government Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	Application of Act
	3	Exemption from Public Utilities Act
	4	Dispute resolution
	5	Provision of extra-provincial services
	6	Repeal
	7	Expiry
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Act" means the Municipal Government Act;
	(b)		"public utility" means a system or works used to provide the 
following for public consumption, benefit, convenience or 
use:
	(i)	water;
	(ii)	sewage disposal;
	(iii)	solid waste management.
Application of Act
2(1)   Subject to subsection (2), sections 43 to 47 of the Act apply in 
respect of a utility service provided by Aqueduct Utilities Corporation.
(2)  Section 45(3)(b) of the Act does not apply in respect of a public 
utility owned or operated by Aqueduct Utilities Corporation.
Exemption from Public Utilities Act
3   Part 2 of the Public Utilities Act does not apply in respect of a 
public utility that
	(a)	is owned or operated by Aqueduct Utilities Corporation, and
	(b)	provides a utility service within the boundaries of a 
municipality that is a shareholder of Aqueduct Utilities 
Corporation.
Dispute resolution
4   If there is a dispute between a regional services commission and 
Aqueduct Utilities Corporation with respect to
	(a)	rates, tolls or charges for a service that is a public utility,
	(b)	compensation for the acquisition by the commission of 
facilities used to provide a service that is a public utility, or
	(c)	the commission's use of any road, square, bridge, subway or 
watercourse to provide a service that is a public utility,
any party involved in the dispute may submit it to the Alberta Utilities 
Commission, and the Alberta Utilities Commission may issue an order 
on any terms and conditions that the Alberta Utilities Commission 
considers appropriate.
Provision of extra-provincial services
5   Aqueduct Utilities Corporation shall not provide any utility services 
outside of Alberta without the prior written approval of the Minister.
Repeal
6   The Aqueduct Utilities Corporation Regulation (AR 103/2008) is 
repealed.
Expiry
7   This Regulation is made under section 603(1) of the Act and is 
subject to repeal under section 603(2) of the Act.


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Alberta Regulation 93/2010
Municipal Government Act
CAPITAL REGION ASSESSMENT SERVICES COMMISSION 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: June 17, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 189/2010) 
on June 17, 2010 pursuant to section 602.02 of the Municipal Government Act. 
1   The Capital Region Assessment Services Commission 
Regulation (AR 77/96) is amended by this Regulation.

2   The Schedule is amended by adding the following after 
clause (f):
	(f.1)	Summer Village of Lakeview



Alberta Regulation 94/2010
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
ALBERTA WINTER WHEAT PRODUCERS MARKETING PLAN 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: June 17, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 192/2010) 
on June 17, 2010 pursuant to section 23 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products 
Act. 
1   The Alberta Winter Wheat Producers Marketing Plan 
Regulation (AR 112/99) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1(c) is amended by adding "or regions in respect of 
which the meeting is held" after "the region".

3   Section 11(1)(b)(ii) is amended


	(a)	by repealing paragraph (B) and substituting the 
following:


	(B)	the producer's mailing address, telephone number and, 
if available, e-mail address;
	(b)	by repealing paragraph (E) and substituting the 
following:
	(E)	the name, mailing address, telephone number and, if 
available, e-mail address of any dealer who collected 
the service charge on behalf of the producer;

4   Section 12 is amended 
	(a)	in clauses (a) and (b) by striking out "deduct" and 
substituting "collect the service charge for the regulated 
product by deducting";
	(b)	by repealing clause (d)(ii)(C) and substituting the 
following:
	(C)	the name, mailing address, telephone number and, if 
available, e-mail address of the producer.

5   Section 16(e) is amended by striking out "4" and 
substituting "2".
6   Section 20 is amended by striking out "6" and 
substituting "7".

7   Section 22(2)(c) is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
	(c)	held once in every crop year.

8   Section 23 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Quorum
23   The quorum necessary for the conduct of business at an 
annual region meeting is not fewer than 
	(a)	5 of the eligible producers who carry out production of 
the regulated product within the region, if the meeting is 
held in respect of one region, or
	(b)	10 of the eligible producers who carry out production of 
the regulated product within one or more of the regions 
in respect of which the meeting is held, if the meeting is 
held in respect of 2 or more regions.

9   Section 24 is amended
	(a)	by striking out "7 directors, with," and substituting "9 
directors with";
	(b)	by repealing clause (b) and substituting the 
following:
	(b)	2 directors who carry out production of the regulated 
product in one or more regions and who are elected at 
large at the annual Commission meeting from among 
the producers.

10   Section 26(2) is amended by striking out "2" and 
substituting "3".

11   Section 27 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (2)
	(i)	in clause (b) by striking out "3 and 4" and 
substituting "3, 4 and 7";
	(ii)	in clause (c) by adding "and for one director to 
represent the producers at large" after "6";
	(b)	in subsection (4) by striking out "3 consecutive full 
terms" and substituting "2 consecutive terms".

12   Section 28 is amended by adding the following after 
subsection (4):
(5)  A term of office served by a director appointed under 
subsection (3) is to be included as a term for the purposes of 
section 27(4) only if more than 50% of the term is unexpired when 
the director is appointed.

13   Section 29(3) is amended by striking out "3 years have" 
and substituting "one year has".

14   Section 31 is amended 
	(a)	in subsection (1) by striking out "for each year" and 
substituting "once in every crop year";
	(b)	by repealing subsection (2).

15   Section 34 is amended in clauses (a) and (b) by striking 
out "20" and substituting "15".

16   Sections 35 and 36 are repealed and the following is 
substituted:
Election of directors
35(1)  The board is to solicit nominations for the position of 
director for each region from which a director is required to be 
elected by any means of notice that the board may determine. 
(2)  Nominations for the position of director may be
	(a)	in writing and filed at the Commission's head office by 
a date fixed by the board, or
	(b)	received from the floor at the annual region meeting.
(3)  A nomination referred to in subsection (2) must be
	(a)	endorsed by at least 3 eligible producers from the region 
in respect of which the election is to be held, and
	(b)	accompanied by the consent of the eligible producer 
who is being nominated as a director.
(4)  The election of a director to represent a region is to be carried 
out by a secret ballot at the annual region meeting.
Failure to elect director
36(1)  If the eligible producers in a region fail to elect a director, 
the election of a director to represent that region may be held at the 
next annual Commission meeting.
(2)  Where an election of a director is to be held at the annual 
Commission meeting, nominations for the position of director may 
be
	(a)	in writing and filed at the Commission's head office by 
a date fixed by the board, or
	(b)	received from the floor at the annual Commission 
meeting.
(3)  A nomination referred to in subsection (2) must be
	(a)	endorsed by at least 3 eligible producers from the region 
in respect of which the election is to be held, and
	(b)	accompanied by the consent of the eligible producer 
who is being nominated as a director.

17   Section 37 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1) by adding "in an election and" before 
"on any question";
	(b)	by repealing subsections (2) and (3) and 
substituting the following:
(2)  An eligible producer is eligible to vote in an election and 
on any question put to a vote at an annual region meeting if
	(a)	the eligible producer carries out production of the 
regulated product in the region for which the election is 
held or to which the question pertains, and
	(b)	is present at the meeting at which the vote is held.

18   Section 42 is amended by striking out "2010" and 
substituting "2015".

19   The Schedule is amended by repealing sections 5 and 6 
and substituting the following:
5   Region 5 is comprised of the area that is included within the 
following boundaries:
Western Boundary:	Alberta-British Columbia border;
Southern Boundary:	Highway #9 west to intersect with 
	Highway #1 and then west on
	Highway #1 to the Alberta-British 
	Columbia border;
Eastern Boundary:	Highway #56 north to intersect with
	Highway #26 and then west on 
	Highway #26 to intersect with
	Highway #21 and then north on 
	Highway #21 to intersect with
	Highway #37 and then west on
	Highway #37 to intersect with
	Highway #28A and then north on
	Highway #28A to intersect with 
	Highway #28 and then north on
	Highway #28 to intersect with
	Highway #63 and then north on
	Highway #63 to intersect with
	Highway #55 and then west on
	Highway #55 to intersect with
	Highway #2 and then north on
	Highway #2 to intersect with the 
	Athabasca River;
Northern Boundary:	Athabasca River.
6   Region 6 is comprised of the area that is included within the 
following boundaries:
Western Boundary:	Highway #56 north to intersect with
	Highway #26 and then west on
	Highway #26 to intersect with
	Highway #21 and then north on 
	Highway #21 to intersect with 	Highway 
#37 and then west on 
	Highway #37 to intersect with
	Highway #28A and then north on
	Highway #28A to intersect with
	Highway #28 and then north on
	Highway #28 to intersect with
	Highway #63 and then north on
	Highway #63 to intersect with
	Highway #55 and then west on
	Highway #55 to intersect with
	Highway #2 and then west on
	Highway #2 to intersect with
	Highway #88 and then north on
	Highway #88 to intersect with
	Highway #58 and then west on
	Highway #58 to intersect with
	Highway #35 and then north on
	Highway #35 to the 	Alberta-Northwest 
Territories border; 
Southern Boundary:	Highway #9; 
Eastern Boundary:	Alberta-Saskatchewan border; 
Northern Boundary:	Alberta-Northwest Territories border.
7   Region 7 is comprised of the area that is included within the 
following boundaries: 
Western Boundary:	Alberta-British Columbia border;
Southern Boundary:	Athabasca River;
Eastern Boundary:	Highway #2 north from where it 
	intersects with the 
	Athabasca River to 	where it intersects 
	with 
	Highway #88 and then north on 
	Highway #88 to intersect with 	Highway 
#58 and then west on 	Highway #58 to intersect with 	Highway 
#35 and then north to the 	Alberta-Northwest Territories 	border; 
Northern Boundary:	Alberta-Northwest Territories border.


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Alberta Regulation 95/2010
Women's Institute Act
FORMS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: June 17, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 194/2010) 
on June 17, 2010 pursuant to section 37 of the Women's Institute Act. 
1   The Forms Regulation (AR 24/99) is amended by this 
Regulation.
2   Section 2 is amended by striking out "June 30, 2010" and 
substituting "June 30, 2020".


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Alberta Regulation 96/2010
Adult Guardianship and Trusteeship Act
ADULT GUARDIANSHIP AND TRUSTEE 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: June 17, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 202/2010) 
on June 17, 2010 pursuant to section 116 of the Adult Guardianship and Trusteeship 
Act. 
1   The Adult Guardianship and Trusteeship Regulation 
(AR 219/2009) is amended by this Regulation.

2   The following is added after section 11:
Amendment of guardianship plan
11.1(1)  A guardian may amend a guardianship plan by
	(a)	completing a new guardianship plan in Form 32 that clearly 
indicates
	(i)	it is an amendment of the existing guardianship plan, 
and
	(ii)	the differences between the amended guardianship plan 
and the existing guardianship plan,
	(b)	filing the amended guardianship plan with the Court,
	(c)	serving, within 20 days of filing, the amended guardianship 
plan on
	(i)	the represented adult, if the represented adult was 
served with the application for the guardianship order, 
and
	(ii)	each guardian or alternate guardian of the represented 
adult,
		and
	(d)	sending, within 20 days of filing, the amended guardianship 
plan to a review officer.
(2)  An amended guardianship plan takes effect on the day on which 
it is filed with the Court.

3   Section 19(4) is amended by striking out "or 7".

4   Section 23 is amended
	(a)	by striking out "the Act," and substituting "the Act:";
	(b)	by repealing clause (a) and substituting the 
following:
	(a)	any type of heath care that is the subject of a treatment 
decision for an adult who is a formal patient as defined 
in, or who is subject to, a community treatment order 
under the Mental Health Act;

5   Section 24 is amended by adding the following after 
subsection (4):
(5)  If a specific decision maker is making a decision pursuant to 
section 88(2)(d) of the Act, it is sufficient for the specific decision 
maker to rely on the research ethics board's approval of the research 
or experimental activity involving the adult, even in a case where 
there is no known benefit, but also no harm from the treatment, to 
the adult.
(6)  For the purposes of subsection (5), "research ethics board" has 
the meaning given to it in the Health Information Act.

6   Section 27 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1)(b) and (c) by striking out "order" 
and substituting "application";
	(b)	by adding the following after subsection (2):
(3)  Unless the Public Trustee is of the opinion that it would be 
impracticable to do so, the Public Trustee shall, on a request 
from the Minister that identifies the requested information or 
document specifically or by type, provide to the Minister any 
information or a copy of any document in the possession of the 
Public Trustee that is required to be or may be deposited by the 
Minister in the registry.

7   Section 47 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (2)(d)
	(i)	in subclause (i)(C) by striking out 
"co-decision-maker;" and substituting 
"co-decision-maker,";
	(ii)	in subclause (ii) by striking out "Form 30;" and 
substituting "Form 30, and";
	(b)	in subsection (3)(d)
	(i)	in subclause (i) by striking out "Form 32;" and 
substituting "Form 32,";
	(ii)	in subclause (ii) by striking out "Form 33;" and 
substituting "Form 33,";
	(iii)	by repealing subclause (iii)(B) and substituting 
the following:
	(B)	each proposed new guardian, in Form 24, and new 
alternate guardian, in Form 26, to the review 
officer or a person acting on behalf of the review 
officer obtaining a criminal records check 
respecting the proposed new guardian or alternate 
guardian,
			and
	(iv)	in subclause (iv) by adding "new" before 
"alternate";
	(c)	in subsection (4)(d)(ii)(B) by striking out ", in Form 27 
or 28, and alternate trustee, in Form 29, who is an individual, 
to act as trustee or alternate trustee" and substituting 
"who is an individual, in Form 27, and each new alternate 
trustee who is an individual, in Form 29,".

8   Section 48 is amended
	(a)	by repealing subsection (1)(a) and substituting the 
following:
	(a)	prepare a notice of application, solely on the basis of the 
information set out in the application submitted to the 
review officer under section 47(2), (3) or (4), and
	(b)	in subsection (2)(a) by striking out "section 46" and 
substituting "section 47".

9   Section 56(1) and (2)(a) are amended by striking out 
"section 57" and substituting "section 55".

10   Section 58(1) is amended by striking out "section 58(2)" 
and substituting "section 56(2)".

11   Section 72(1) is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
Request for documents
72(1)  A person referred to in section 71(1), (2) or (3) may request 
the applicant to provide a copy of any document that was filed with 
the Court by the applicant and that was not served on or sent to the 
person under section 71(1), (2) or (3).

12   Section 74 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1) by adding "an" before "application 
for";
	(b)	in subsection (2)
	(i)	in clause (a) by adding "or represented adult" after 
"adult";
	(ii)	by repealing clause (b) and substituting the 
following:
	(b)	any co-decision-maker, guardian, alternate 
guardian, trustee, alternate trustee, agent or 
attorney of the assisted adult or represented adult, 
and

13   Section 79 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1) by striking out "an interested" and 
substituting "any other";
	(b)	in subsection (2)(a)(ii) by striking out "if the 
represented adult is not the applicant,".

14   Section 80 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1) by adding "or affected person" after 
"trustee" wherever it occurs;
	(b)	in subsection (2)(b) by adding ", trustee" after 
"guardian".

15   Section 81 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (3)
	(i)	by striking out "the Act" and substituting "the 
Act:";
	(ii)	in clause (b) by striking out "the Indian Act 
(Canada), or" and substituting "the Indian Act 
(Canada);";
	(b)	in subsection (9) by striking out "subsection (5)" and 
substituting "subsection (5)(b)".

16   The following is added before "Form 1 Application for 
Appointment of Co-decision-maker":
Schedule 2

17   The new Schedule 2 is amended
	(a)	in Form 3 by striking out "and Hearing";
	(b)	in Form 14
	(i)	in item 9.1 by striking out "to the Court that service 
on the adult should be dispensed with" and 
substituting "that service will cause harm to the 
adult";
	(ii)	in item 10.2 by adding "authority," before 
"direction" wherever it occurs;
	(c)	in Form 15 by striking out 
Document
Application
		and substituting 
Document
Affidavit of Applicant
	(d)	in Form 18
	(i)	by striking out "(section 54(4)a) of the Act)" and 
substituting "(section 54(4)(a) of the Act)";
	(ii)	in item 2.15
	(A)	by striking out "must apply for a review of this 
trusteeship order" and substituting "must 
submit trusteeship accounts for examination and 
approval by the Court";
	(B)	by striking out "(no fixed review date)" and 
substituting "(no fixed date)";
	(e)	in Form 19
	(i)	in item 7.2 by striking out "Trustee Compensation" 
and substituting "What order are you requesting the 
Court to make regarding the trustee's compensation for 
the accounting period?";
	(ii)	in item 9.1 by striking out "satisfies the Court";
	(iii)	in item 10.2 by adding "authority," before 
"direction" wherever it occurs;
	(f)	in Form 21
	(i)	in item 3 by striking out 
? 
Continue the guardianship order
		and substituting the following:
?
Continue the guardianship order

?
as is without any amendment (except for the required review 
date, if any)

?
with amendments as requested
	(ii)	in item 4 by striking out the following before 
"any other personal matter the Court considers 
necessary, specifically:":
	?	?	the carrying on of any legal proceeding that 
does not relate primarily to the financial 
matters of the adult
	(iii)	in item 5 by striking out
?
Continue the trusteeship order
		and substituting the following:
?
Continue the trusteeship order

?
as is without any amendment (except for the required review 
date, if any)

?
with amendments as requested
	(g)	in Form 22
	(i)	in item 4 by striking out 
?
Continue the guardianship order
		and substituting the following:
?
Continue the guardianship order

?
as is without any amendment (except for the required review 
date, if any)

?
with amendments as requested
	(ii)	in item 5 by striking out the following before 
"Any other personal matter the Court considers 
necessary, specifically:":
	?	?	the carrying on of any legal proceeding that 
does not relate primarily to the financial 
matters of the adult
	(iii)	in item 6 by striking out 
?
Continue the trusteeship order
		and substituting the following:
?
Continue the trusteeship order

?
as is without any amendment (except for the required review 
date, if any)

?
with amendments as requested
	(h)	in the heading of Forms 24 to 29 by striking out 
"and Undertaking" and substituting "of Proposed";
	(i)	in Form 26 by striking out "Consent of Proposed 
Guardian" and substituting "Consent of Proposed 
Alternate Guardian";
	(j)	in Form 31
	(i)	by striking out "paid to someone" and substituting 
"paid by someone";
	(ii)	by striking out "vexations" and substituting 
"vexatious";
	(k)	in Form 36
	(i)	by striking out the heading "Section 1 - Bank 
Account Transactions" and substituting "1 - 
Bank Account Transactions";
	(ii)	by striking out the heading "Section 2 - 
Investment Account Transactions" and 
substituting "2 - Investment Account 
Transactions";
	(iii)	in item 2
	(A)	by striking out "Transcription Described" and 
substituting "Transaction Description";
	(B)	by striking out "see 100 shares" and 
substituting "sell 100 shares";
	(iv)	by striking out the heading "Section 3 - Other 
Transactions" and substituting "3 - Other 
Transactions";
	(v)	by striking out "This section" wherever it occurs 
and substituting "This item".
	(l)	in Form 37
	(i)	by striking out "inventor" and substituting 
"inventory";
	(ii)	by striking out "statement of transactions" and 
substituting "inventory";
	(m)	in Form 38
	(i)	by adding "of" before "Trustee Address" wherever 
it occurs;
	(ii)	by striking out "statement of transactions" and 
substituting "overview of trusteeship accounts";
	(iii)	by adding the heading "1 - Summary of Start 
Date and End Date Financial Position" 
immediately before the table entitled "Adult's 
Assets and Liabilities (Debts)";
	(iv)	in the table entitled "Adult's Assets and Liabilities 
(Debts)",
	(A)	by striking out "Bank Accounts";
	(B)	by striking out "Other Financial Assets" and 
substituting "Financial Assets";
	(v)	by striking out the heading "Section 1 - 
Summary of Assets and Liabilities as of End 
Date" and substituting "2 - Summary of 
Assets and Liabilities as of End Date";
	(vi)	by striking out the heading "Section 2 - 
Detailed Reconciliation of Bank Accounts" and 
substituting "3 - Detailed Reconciliation of 
Bank Accounts";
	(vii)	by striking out the heading "Section 3 - 
Summary Reconciliation of Other Assets and 
Liabilities" and substituting "4 - Summary 
Reconciliation of Other Assets and Liabilities";
	(viii)	by striking out the heading "Section 4 - Other 
Matters" and substituting "5 - Other Matters";
	(ix)	by striking out the heading "Section 5 - 
Proposed Compensation" and substituting "6 
- Proposed Compensation".



Alberta Regulation 97/2010
Protection for Persons in Care Act
PROTECTION FOR PERSONS IN CARE REGULATION
Filed: June 17, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 204/2010) 
on June 17, 2010 pursuant to section 26 of the Protection for Persons in Care Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definition


	2	Prescribed Act
	3	Designated service providers
	4	Circumstances not constituting abuse
	5	Expiry
	6	Coming into force
Definition
1   In this Regulation, "Act" means the Protection for Persons in Care 
Act, SA 2009 cP-29.1.
Prescribed Act
2   The Health Disciplines Act is prescribed for the purposes of 
sections 1(4)(c) and 7(4) of the Act.
Designated service providers
3   The following persons are designated as service providers for the 
purpose of section 1(1)(m) of the Act:
	(a)	the operator of a supportive living accommodation licensed 
under the Supportive Living Accommodation Licensing Act 
that receives part or all of its operating funds, directly or 
indirectly, from the Government of Alberta;
	(b)	a person that provides care or support services, other than 
family-managed supports, to individuals with developmental 
disabilities and receives funding under the Persons with 
Developmental Disabilities Community Governance Act for 
the provision of those services;
	(c)	a person that provides day programs, residential and care or 
support services funded by Alberta Health Services, 
including, without limitation, addictions and mental health 
treatment and rehabilitation centres.
Circumstances not constituting abuse
4   For the purpose of section 1(3)(e) of the Act, the following 
circumstances do not constitute abuse:
	(a)	decisions made by a guardian or trustee under the Adult 
Guardianship and Trusteeship Act;
	(b)	decisions made by a review panel under the Mental Health 
Act;
	(c)	decisions made by a person described in section 28(1) of the 
Mental Health Act;
	(d)	actions taken under the Emergency Medical Aid Act.
Expiry
5   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 15, 2015.
Coming into force
6   This Regulation comes into force on the coming into force of 
section 26 of the Act.


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Alberta Regulation 98/2010
Fair Trading Act
DESIGNATION OF TRADES AND BUSINESSES 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: June 17, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 205/2010) 
on June 17, 2010 pursuant to section 103 of the Fair Trading Act. 
1   The Designation of Trades and Businesses Regulation 
(AR 178/99) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 3(3) is amended by striking out "or" at the end of 
clause (v), adding "or" at the end of clause (w) and adding 
the following after clause (w):
	(x)	a person who is engaged in the time share business as 
designated under section 6.2 and is licensed under the Time 
Share and Points-based Contracts and Business Regulation.

3   The following is added after section 6.1:
Time share business
6.2(1)  Part 10 of the Fair Trading Act applies to the time share 
business.
(2)  In this section,
	(a)	"exchange program" and "points-based contract" have the 
meanings given to those terms in the Time Share and 
Points-based Contracts and Business Regulation;
	(b)	"time share business" means the activities of offering, 
soliciting, negotiating or concluding time share contracts or 
points-based contracts.
(3)  For the purposes of this section, the time share business does not 
include the following:
	(a)	any activity by an industry member as defined in the Real 
Estate Act who is acting in the course of a profession or 
calling to which that Act applies;
	(b)	the activities of offering, soliciting, negotiating or concluding 
any collateral agreement under which a consumer agrees to 
participate in an exchange program.

4   This Regulation comes into force on November 1, 2010.


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Alberta Regulation 99/2010
Gas Utilities Act
GAS UTILITIES EXEMPTION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: June 17, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 206/2010) 
on June 17, 2010 pursuant to section 5 of the Gas Utilities Act. 
1   The Gas Utilities Exemption Regulation (AR 53/99) is 
amended by this Regulation.
2   Section 4 is amended by striking out "June 30, 2010" and 
substituting "June 30, 2015".


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Alberta Regulation 100/2010
Corrections Act
FINE OPTION AMENDMENT ORDER
Filed: June 17, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 210/2010) 
on June 17, 2010 pursuant to section 34 of the Corrections Act. 
1   The Fine Option Order (AR 92/99) is amended by this 
Order.

2   Section 1(d) is repealed and the following is substituted:
	(d)	"offender" means a person, including a young person under 
the Youth Criminal Justice Act (Canada), other than a 
corporation, who is convicted of or pleads guilty to an 
offence;

3   Section 9 is amended by striking out "June 30, 2010" and 
substituting "June 30, 2017".


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Alberta Regulation 101/2010
Court of Queen's Bench Act
SURROGATE RULES AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: June 17, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 211/2010) 
on June 17, 2010 pursuant to section 20 of the Court of Queen's Bench Act. 
1   The Surrogate Rules (AR 130/95) are amended by this 
Regulation.

2   Rule 11 is amended in subrule (1) by adding the 
following after clause (a):
	(a.1)	a person appointed by the person expressly authorized in a 
will to appoint a personal representative;

3   Rule 13 is amended by adding the following after subrule 
(6):
(7)  If a trustee is appointed to hold property on trust, in a will or by 
a person authorized in a will to make the appointment, an 
acknowledgment of trustee(s) in Form NC 6.1 signed by the 
trustee(s) of each trust must be filed.
(8)  The personal representative must not make a distribution to a 
trustee of any property that is subject to a trust under a will until 
after an acknowledgment of trustee(s) in Form NC 6.1 signed by the 
trustee(s) has been filed.

4   Schedule 1 is amended
	(a)	in the Table of Part 1 by repealing item 18 and 
substituting the following:
18   Complying with the requirement for filing an 
acknowledgment of trustee(s) before distributing any property 
to a trustee.
	(b)	in Table 1 of Part 2 by repealing item 14 and 
substituting the following:
14   Preparing releases and acknowledgments of trustee(s) and 
obtaining and filing them if so instructed by the personal 
representatives.

5   Schedule 3 is amended
	(a)	in Form NC 2 by renumbering paragraph 5 as 
paragraph 6 and adding the following before 
paragraph 6:
(Include the following if applicable.  Delete if not applicable.)
	5	The  applicant(s) will not make a distribution to a trustee 
of any property that is subject to a trust under the will until 
after an acknowledgment of trustee(s) in Form NC 6.1 
signed by the trustee(s) has been filed.
	(b)	by adding the following after Form NC 6:
	NC 6.1
ESTATE NAME	                                                           
DOCUMENT	Acknowledgment of Trustee(s)   
	
Name(s) 	                                                     
Complete address(es) 	                                                     
Status	     (Choose one of the following:)         
	Named in the will                                             
	Named by personal representative ______,      
	who is authorized by the will to appoint          
	trustee(s)                                                           
	Named by ______, who is authorized in         
	the will to appoint trustee(s)                           
Relationship to deceased	                                                        
Age	over 18                                            
Any persons with a prior or 
equal right to apply	                                                         
	Provide name(s), address(es) and relationship 
	to deceased of all persons with a prior or        
	equal right to trusteeship according                  
	to the will.   Write "n/a" if not applicable.     
Renunciations attached	                                                         
	Provide name(s) of renunciators;                     
	renunciations are needed from all trustees     
	named in the will who have renounced          
	their right to trusteeship.                                
1.	The deceased,          , signed a will dated            in which I am 
appointed trustee of the following trusts:
Name of Beneficiary
Age
Address
Para. 
No. Will








- OR -
1.	The deceased,           , signed a will dated            in which the 
deceased authorized              to appoint a trustee.  I have been 
appointed by             to be the trustee of the following trusts:
Name of Beneficiary
Age
Address
Para. 
No. Will








2.	I acknowledge that as trustee:
	(a)	I must use the funds in the trust only in accordance with the 
terms of the trust.
	(b)	I cannot borrow or take a benefit from the trust property unless 
the will expressly allows me to do so.
	(c)	I must keep adequate records of my administration of the trust 
property.
	(d)	I must keep the trust property separate from any other property.
3.	I will faithfully administer the trust according to law and will give a 
true accounting of my administration of the trust to the persons 
entitled to it when lawfully required.
SIGNED ON 	
                                  	                                    
Signature	Witness                      
This document requires an affidavit of execution. Use Form NC 11.
	(c)	in Form NC 29 by renumbering paragraph 6 as 
paragraph 7 and adding the following before 
paragraph 7:
(Include the following if applicable.  Delete if not applicable.)
	6	The attorney for the personal representative(s) will not 
make a distribution to a trustee of any property that is 
subject to a trust under the will until after an 
acknowledgment of trustee(s) in Form NC 6.1 signed by the 
trustee(s) has been filed.
	(d)	in Form NC 31 by renumbering paragraphs 6, 7 and 
8 as paragraphs 7, 8 and 9, respectively, and 
adding the following before the new paragraph 7:
(Include the following if applicable.  Delete if not applicable.)
	6	The personal representative(s) will not make a 
distribution to a trustee of any property that is subject to a 
trust under the will until after an acknowledgment of 
trustee(s) in Form NC 6.1 signed by the trustee(s) has been 
filed.
	(e)	in Form NC 33 by renumbering paragraphs 6 and 7 
as paragraphs 7 and 8, respectively, and adding the 
following before the new paragraph 7:
(Include the following if applicable.  Delete if the 
trustee(s) are not under the jurisdiction of the court.)
	6	The personal representative(s) will not make a 
distribution to a trustee of any property that is subject to a 
trust under the will until after an acknowledgment of 
trustee(s) in Form NC 6.1 signed by the trustee(s) has been 
filed.
	(f)	in Form NC 44 by repealing paragraphs 9 and 10 
and substituting the following:
	9.	I acknowledge that as trustee:
	(a)	I must use the funds in the trust only in accordance 
with the order of the court.
	(b)	I cannot borrow or take a benefit from the trust 
property unless the court order expressly allows 
me to do so.
	(c)	I must keep adequate records of my administration 
of the trust property.
	(d)	I must keep the trust property separate from any 
other property.
	10.	I will faithfully administer the trust according to law and 
will give a true accounting of my administration of the trust 
to the persons entitled to it when lawfully required.
	11.	The trustee(s) will surrender the grant that this court 
issues back to the court whenever the court requires.


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Alberta Regulation 102/2010
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
ALBERTA WINTER WHEAT PRODUCERS COMMISSION 
AUTHORIZATION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: June 17, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Agricultural Products Marketing Council 
on January 26, 2010 pursuant to section 26 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products 
Act and approved by the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development on May 31, 
2010. 
1   The Alberta Winter Wheat Producers Commission 
Authorization Regulation (AR 124/99) is amended by this 
Regulation.

2   Section 4 is amended by striking out "2010" and 
substituting "2015".


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Alberta Regulation 103/2010
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
ALBERTA WINTER WHEAT PRODUCERS MARKETING 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: June 17, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Winter Wheat Producer Commission on 
March 19, 2010 pursuant to section 26 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act 
and approved by the Agricultural Products Marketing Council on April 19, 2010. 
1   The Alberta Winter Wheat Producers Marketing 
Regulation (AR 121/99) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 4 is amended 
	(a)	in subsection (1) by striking out "deduct" and 
substituting "collect the service charge for the regulated 
product by deducting";
	(b)	in subsection (2) by striking out "55 days" and 
substituting "30 days";
	(c)	by repealing subsection (3) and substituting the 
following:
(3)  Any dealer who is required to collect and pay to the 
Commission the service charge payable by a producer shall, 
when that dealer pays the service charge to the Commission, 
provide to the Commission, in respect of that producer, a 
summary detailing
	(a)	the amount of regulated product obtained from the 
producer,
	(b)	the amount of the service charge being paid on behalf of 
the producer,
	(c)	the name, mailing address, telephone number and, if 
available, e-mail address of the producer, and
	(d)	the Canadian Wheat Board identification number of the 
producer, if available.
(4)  A dealer who fails
	(a)	to collect a service charge in accordance with 
subsection (1), or
	(b)	to pay a service charge to the Commission in 
accordance with subsection (2) 
is liable to the Commission for the amount of the service charge.
(5)  Where the Commission is of the opinion that circumstances 
warrant it, the Commission may, in writing, require that a dealer 
produce for the Commission's inspection any record in the 
possession or under the control of the dealer that relates to the 
collection of service charges by the dealer.

3   Section 5(2)(b) is amended
	(a)	by repealing subclause (ii) and substituting the 
following:
	(ii)	the producer's mailing address, telephone number and, 
if the producer has an e-mail address, e-mail address;
	(b)	by repealing subclause (v) and substituting the 
following:
	(v)	the name, mailing address, telephone number and, if 
available, e-mail address of any dealer who collected 
the service charge on behalf of the producer;

4   Section 7(2) is amended by repealing clauses (a) and (b) 
and substituting the following:
	(a)	the name, mailing address, telephone number and, if 
available, e-mail address of the applicant, 
	(b)	the street address of the applicant, if it is different from the 
mailing address, and

5   Sections 15 and 16 are repealed.
6   Section 21 is amended by striking out "2010" and 
substituting "2015".


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Alberta Regulation 104/2010
Protection for Persons in Care Act
PROTECTION FOR PERSONS IN CARE (MINISTERIAL) REGULATION
Filed: June 17, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Seniors and Community Supports 
(M.O. 031/2010) on June 16, 2010 pursuant to section 27 of the Protection for 
Persons in Care Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Meaning of "legal representative" in the Act
	2	Application for review
	3	Review and decision on review
	4	Contents of notice of appeal
	5	Personal information
	6	Expiry
	7	Coming into force
Meaning of "legal representative" in the Act
1   In the Act, "legal representative" means 
	(a)	an agent designated in a personal directive that is in effect 
under the Personal Directives Act,
	(b)	a co-decision-maker as defined in the Adult Guardianship 
and Trusteeship Act, or
	(c)	a guardian as defined in the Adult Guardianship and 
Trusteeship Act,
and, in respect of a person who has more than one of the legal 
representatives referred to in clauses (a) to (c), means all of them.
Application for review
2(1)  A complainant who wishes to have a complaints officer's 
decision under section 11(3) of the Act reviewed by the Director must 
apply for the review within 15 days after being notified in writing of 
the decision.
(2)  Despite subsection (1), the Director may extend the time for 
making an application for a further period of time that the Director 
considers proper if, in the opinion of the Director, there are extenuating 
circumstances in the particular case.
(3)  An application for a review must be in writing and contain the 
following: 
	(a)	the complainant's name;
	(b)	the complainant's address, telephone number, fax number 
and e-mail address, if any;
	(c)	a brief description of the complaints officer's decision that is 
requested to be reviewed and the date on which it was made;
	(d)	the date the complainant received notification in writing of 
the complaints officer's decision;
	(e)	the reasons for requesting the review;
	(f)	the date on which the application for a review is made;
	(g)	the signature of the complainant.
Review and decision on review
3(1)  On receiving an application for a review, the Director
	(a)	shall review and either confirm or reverse the complaints 
officer's decision, and
	(b)	may take any other action the Director considers appropriate 
in the circumstances.
(2)  The Director shall, within 30 days after receiving an application 
for a review, complete the review and issue to the applicant a written 
decision, including the reasons for it.
(3)  A decision of the Director under this section is final and not 
subject to appeal.
Contents of notice of appeal
4   A notice of appeal under section 17 of the Act must contain the 
following:
	(a)	the appellant's name;
	(b)	the appellant's address, telephone number, fax number and 
e-mail address, if any;
	(c)	a brief description of the Director's decision being appealed 
and the date on which it was made;
	(d)	the date the appellant received notification of the Director's 
decision;
	(e)	an indication of whether the appellant is a complainant, 
service provider, client or other individual involved in the 
matter that is subject of the Director's decision;
	(f)	the reasons for requesting the appeal;
	(g)	the file number indicated on the copy of the Director's 
decision received by the appellant;
	(h)	the date on which the notice of appeal is made;
	(i)	the signature of the appellant.
Personal information
5   A person who claims to have authority to receive personal 
information, health information or financial information respecting 
another person, on behalf of that other person under any provision of 
the Act or its regulations, must provide a copy of the legal instrument 
that sets out the authority to the person responsible for disclosing the 
information.
Expiry
6   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for 
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be 
repassed in its present or an amended form following a review, this 
Regulation expires on June 15, 2015.
Coming into force
7   This Regulation comes into force on the coming into force of the 
Protection for Persons in Care Act, 2009 cP-29.1.



Alberta Regulation 105/2010
Fair Trading Act
TIME SHARE AND POINTS-BASED CONTRACTS AND 
BUSINESS REGULATION
Filed: June 17, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Service Alberta (M.O. SA:004/2010) 
on June 17, 2010 pursuant to sections 41 and 105 of the Fair Trading Act. 
Table of Contents
Part 1 
Interpretation
	1	Definitions
Part 2 
Time Share Contracts and  
Points-based Contracts
Contract Requirements


	2	Contents of contracts
	3	Contract to be signed
	4	Contract to be provided to consumer
Cancellation of Contracts
	5	Right to cancel within one year
	6	Absolute cancellation right - points-based contracts
	7	Exception
	8	Method of cancellation
Suppliers' Obligations
	9	Funds to be held in trust
	10	Inconsistent representations
	11	Records
	12	Obligation of supplier on cancellation
Part 3 
Time Share Business Licence
	13	Application
	14	Classes of licence established
	15	Application for licence
	16	Term of licence and renewal
	17	Fee
	18	Security
	19	Representations
	20	General Licensing and Security Regulation applies
Part 4 
Unfair Practices and Other Offences
	21	Unfair practices
	22	Offences
	23	Vicarious responsibility
Part 5 
General
	24	Transitional - existing contracts
	25-27	Consequential amendments
	28	Repeal
	29	Expiry
	30	Coming into force 
 
Schedule
Part 1 
Interpretation
Definitions
1(1)  In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Act" means the Fair Trading Act;
	(b)	"exchange program" means a program under which 
participants in a time share plan have the right or option to 
exchange a right to use property within the time share plan 
for a right to use property under another time share plan;
	(c)	"licence" means a time share business licence issued under 
this Regulation;
	(d)	"licensee" means the holder of a time share business licence;
	(e)	"non-disturbance clause" means one or more legally binding 
provisions of a contract between a person having an interest 
in time share property under a mortgage, security agreement 
or other financial instrument and a supplier
	(i)	requiring the person to ensure that in the event of a 
receivership, sale or other transfer of the time share 
property caused by the exercise of any right of the 
person, the receiver, purchaser or other transferee 
assumes the obligations of the supplier under the Act, 
this Regulation and the contract to current and future 
consumers who have time share interests in the 
property,
	(ii)	providing that the time share interests of current and 
future consumers in the time share property take priority 
over the person's interest in the property, and
	(iii)	restraining the person from interfering, when exercising 
rights in relation to the person's interest or any financial 
encumbrance associated with it, with the use or 
enjoyment of the time share property by current and 
future consumers;
	(f)	"ownership interest" means a legal interest in property, and 
includes a beneficial interest in a trust, whether held directly 
or as a shareholder or member of a body corporate;
	(g)	"points" means points, credits or similar equivalencies that 
are assigned to a time share interest by or under a time share 
plan;
	(h)	"points-based contract" means a contract in which a 
consumer acquires points and rights or options to exchange 
the points for a right to use, occupy or possess real or 
personal property, whether located in Alberta or not,
	(i)	as part of a time share plan that provides for other 
participants in the plan to acquire and exchange points 
in the same manner, and
	(ii)	for a period of time determined under the time share 
plan,
		whether or not the consumer receives any other interest, 
right, privilege or benefit under the contract;
	(i)	"supplier" means a person who, whether directly or through 
an employee, representative or agent, engages in the 
activities of a time share business;
	(j)	"time share business" means the activity of offering, 
soliciting, negotiating or concluding time share contracts or 
points-based contracts;
	(k)	"time share interest" means an ownership interest in real or 
personal property, or a right to use, occupy or possess such 
property, received by a consumer under a time share contract 
or a points-based contract;
	(l)	"time share plan" means a plan that provides participants in 
the plan with rights or options to use, occupy or possess real 
or personal property, and includes the following:
	(i)	a plan under which a right to use, occupy or possess a 
specific property circulates among the participants;
	(ii)	a plan that provides the participants with a right or 
option to exchange points for the right to use, occupy or 
possess real or personal property;
	(m)	"time share property" means property in which a consumer 
receives a time share interest under a time share contract or a 
points-based contract.
(2)  The definition of "goods" in section 1(1)(e) of the Act is 
broadened to include
	(a)	an ownership interest in real or personal property, and 
	(b)	a right to use, occupy or possess real or personal property
received by a consumer under a time share contract or a points-based 
contract.
(3)  The broadening of the definition of "goods" in subsection (2) 
applies in this Regulation and for the purposes of applying the Act to 
the subject-matter of this Regulation.
Part 2 
Time Share Contracts and 
Points-based Contracts
Contract Requirements
Contents of contracts
2(1)  Every time share contract and every points-based contract must 
be in writing and include the following:
	(a)	the consumer's name and address;
	(b)	the supplier's name, business address including a street 
address, telephone number and, if applicable, fax number and 
e-mail address;
	(c)	the name and position of any agent or employee who is 
representing the supplier in respect of the contract;
	(d)	the date and place at which the contract is entered into;
	(e)	in the case of a time share contract,
	(i)	a description of the time share property, including its 
legal description and precise location, and
	(ii)	a full description of the time share interest being 
purchased by the consumer under the contract, 
including a statement of any period during which, or 
any dates on which, the consumer is entitled to use, 
occupy or possess the time share property;
	(f)	in the case of a points-based contract, 
	(i)	an explanation of the options available to the consumer 
under the contract to exchange points for the right to 
use, occupy or possess real or personal property within 
the time share plan, and
	(ii)	a full description of the time share interest being 
purchased by the consumer under the contract and a 
statement of the terms of any trust or other arrangement 
under which the consumer's interest is to be held;
	(g)	any financial conditions that must be met before the 
consumer may exercise a right under the contract, including 
any requirement that all or any portion of the purchase price 
be paid beforehand;
	(h)	an itemized statement of
	(i)	the total cost of the time share interest being purchased 
by the consumer,
	(ii)	the number of points, if any, being acquired by the 
consumer,
	(iii)	any closing costs payable by the consumer in respect of 
the contract, and
	(iv)	any expense, fee, levy, assessment or cost to which the 
consumer is or may become subject under the contract, 
time share plan or exchange program, if any;
	(i)		if credit is extended by the supplier,
	(i)	a statement of any security taken for payment, and
	(ii)	the disclosure statement required under Part 9 of the 
Act;
	(j)	a statement as to whether the number of points referred to in 
clause (h)(ii) or any expense, fee, levy, assessment or cost 
referred to in clause (h)(iv) is subject to change in the future, 
and if so, an explanation of how and when it may change;
	(k)	the terms of payment;
	(l)	unless the third party's interest and any financial 
encumbrance associated with it are the subjects of a 
non-disturbance clause, provisions warranting
	(i)	that the time share property and any other property or 
facility in respect of which the consumer has an interest 
or right under the contract are not subject to any leases 
or mortgages, liens, charges, money judgments, security 
agreements or other financial encumbrances of a third 
party,
	(ii)	that the supplier will not mortgage the property or 
facility, pledge it as security or lease or otherwise grant 
any interest in it to a third party, other than a time share 
interest, and
	(iii)	that the supplier will discharge any financial 
encumbrance or lease registered by a third party as soon 
as reasonably possible;
	(m)	full particulars of the time share plan under which the 
contract is made, or in which the consumer is to be a 
participant;
	(n)	a statement of the consumer's cancellation rights, in the form 
set out in the Schedule.
(2)  The information required by subsection (1) must be set out legibly.
(3)  The statement referred to in subsection (1)(n) or a notice indicating 
where that statement is located in the contract must be printed in not 
less than 12-point bold type on the front of the contract.
(4)  A supplier shall notify the consumer and a consumer shall notify 
the supplier, in writing and without delay, of any change in the 
information required to be provided under subsection (1)(a) or (b).
(5)  A notification under subsection (4) is to be given to a person in 
accordance with the most recent information provided by the person 
under subsection (1)(a) or (b) or (4).
Contract to be signed
3   Every time share contract and every points-based contract must be 
signed by the supplier or the supplier's agent and by the consumer, and 
the name of each signatory to the contract must be printed legibly 
beside or below the signature.
Contract to be provided to consumer
4   A supplier who enters into a time share contract or a points-based 
contract with a consumer must provide the consumer with a copy of 
the signed contract at the time the contract is signed.
Cancellation of Contracts
Right to cancel within one year
5   Every time share contract and every points-based contract must 
contain a provision allowing the consumer to cancel the contract at any 
time within one year after the date on which the contract is entered into 
if
	(a)	the supplier does not hold a valid licence at the time the 
contract is entered into and is not excluded by section 13 
from the requirement to hold a licence,
	(b)	the supplier does not include the information required by 
section 2(1)(a) to (n) in the contract,
	(c)	the contract is not signed by the consumer, or
	(d)	the supplier does not provide a copy of the contract to the 
consumer as required by section 4.
Absolute cancellation right - points-based contracts
6(1)  A points-based contract must contain a provision allowing the 
consumer to cancel the contract, without any reason, at any time from 
the date the contract is entered into until 10 days after the consumer 
receives a copy of the contract.
(2)  A points-based contract is cancelled on the giving of a notice of 
cancellation in accordance with section 8.
Exception
7   Sections 5 and 6 do not apply in respect of any contract to which 
the Real Estate Act applies.
Method of cancellation
8(1)  A consumer who cancels a time share contract or a points-based 
contract shall give a written notice of cancellation to the supplier.
(2)  A consumer who cancels a contract under section 5(a), (b), (c) or 
(d) shall state the reason for the cancellation in the notice of 
cancellation.
(3)  A notice of cancellation may be sent by any method allowing for 
proof of service, including personal service and
	(a)	registered mail sent to the most recent business address,
	(b)	e-mail sent to the most recent e-mail address, or
	(c)	facsimile sent to the most recent facsimile number
as provided by the supplier to the consumer under section 2(1)(b) or 
(4).
Suppliers' Obligations
Funds to be held in trust
9(1)  If a time share contract or a points-based contract provides a 
consumer with a time share interest, the supplier shall hold in trust all 
funds received from the consumer in consideration for the transfer of 
the property until
	(a)	the cancellation period provided by section 37(1) of the Act 
or section 6(1), whichever is applicable,
	(b)	construction of the property is complete, or
	(c)	the consumer has a legal right to use or occupy the property,
whichever is latest.
(2)  A supplier shall
	(a)	within 2 banking days after receiving funds referred to in 
subsection (1), deposit the funds into a trust account at a 
bank, treasury branch, credit union or trust corporation in 
Canada, and
	(b)	continue to hold the funds in trust until they are releasable 
under subsection (1)(a), (b) or (c).
(3)  Funds held in trust under this section must not be commingled 
with non-trust money.
Inconsistent representations
10   No supplier shall, in respect of a time share contract or a 
points-based contract with a consumer, make a representation to the 
consumer that differs materially from the contract.
Records
11(1)  In addition to the records required to be kept under section 
132(1) of the Act and section 9 of the General Licensing and Security 
Regulation (AR 187/99), every licensee and former licensee shall 
create and maintain records of
	(a)	every time share contract and every points-based contract 
entered into, including cancelled contracts,
	(b)	any assessment of the monetary value of a time share interest 
sold under any time share contract or points-based contract 
entered into by the licensee and, if applicable, the number of 
points assigned to the interest,
	(c)	all marketing and advertising materials used in relation to a 
time share plan, time share contract or points-based contract, 
and
	(d)	all refunds given to consumers in respect of time share 
contracts and points-based contracts.
(2)  Records referred to in subsection (1)(a) to (d) must be kept for at 
least 3 years after they are made.
Obligation of supplier on cancellation
12(1)  Within 15 days after a points-based contract is cancelled, the 
supplier must refund to the consumer all money paid by the consumer.
(2)  If a points-based contract is cancelled after the consumer has 
exercised a right or option under the contract, the supplier is entitled to 
reasonable compensation for the exercise of the right or option by the 
consumer, but the supplier's rights under this section do not arise until 
after the supplier complies with subsection (1).
Part 3 
Time Share Business Licence
Application
13   This Part does not apply in respect of the offering, soliciting, 
negotiating or concluding of time share contracts or points-based 
contracts by an industry member as defined in the Real Estate Act who 
is acting in the course of a profession or calling to which that Act 
applies.
Classes of licence established
14(1)  The following classes of time share business licence are 
established:
	(a)	Right to Use Licence;
	(b)	Personal Property Ownership Licence;
	(c)	Real Property Ownership Licence.
(2)  Subject to the Act and this Regulation,
	(a)	a Right to Use Licence authorizes the holder to engage in the 
activities of offering, soliciting, negotiating and concluding 
time share contracts and points-based contracts that provide a 
consumer with the right to use, occupy or possess real or 
personal property but that do not provide the consumer with 
an ownership interest in any property,
	(b)	a Personal Property Ownership Licence authorizes the holder 
to engage in the activities of offering, soliciting, negotiating 
and concluding time share contracts and points-based 
contracts that provide a consumer with an ownership interest 
in personal property but that do not provide the consumer 
with any right or interest in respect of real property, and
	(c)	a Real Property Ownership Licence authorizes the holder to 
engage in the activities of offering, soliciting, negotiating and 
concluding time share contracts and points-based contracts 
that provide a consumer with an ownership interest in all the 
real property that is subject to the time share plan, whether or 
not the consumer receives any other interest, right, privilege 
or benefit under the contract.
(3)  A licensee may hold more than one class of licence.
Application for licence
15   A person may apply for a time share business licence by 
submitting to the Director an application in the form approved by the 
Director.
Term of licence and renewal
16   Subject to this Regulation, a time share business licence expires at 
the end of the last day of the 12th month after it is issued or renewed.
Fee
17   The fee to issue or renew a time share business licence is $200.
Security
18(1)  No time share business licence may be issued or renewed unless 
the applicant provides security to the Director in the form and amount 
approved by the Director.
(2)  Before the term of a time share business licence expires, the 
Director may, if the Director considers additional security to be 
necessary, require the licensee to provide additional security in the 
amount specified by the Director.
Representations
19(1)  No licensee shall represent, expressly or by implication, that a 
time share business licence is an endorsement or approval of the 
licensee by the Government of Alberta.
(2)  Subsection (1) does not preclude a licensee from representing that 
the licensee is licensed under this Regulation.
General Licensing and Security Regulation applies
20   The General Licensing and Security Regulation (AR 187/99) 
applies to the time share business.
Part 4 
Unfair Practices and Other Offences
Unfair practices
21   It is an unfair practice for a supplier to do any of the following:
	(a)	in respect of a time share contract or a points-based contract, 
make any false or misleading representation regarding the 
contents of the contract, the time share plan, any exchange 
program or any interest, right, privilege, benefit or obligation 
of a consumer under the contract or the Act or its regulations;
	(b)	misrepresent the availability of any prize, gift or other 
promotional item or discount offered in connection with a 
time share contract or a points-based contract;
	(c)	offer, solicit, negotiate or conclude a time share contract if A 
exceeds B, where
	(i)	A is the combined total amount of time that all 
participants in the time share plan are entitled to use, 
occupy or possess the time share property in any 
one-year period, and
	(ii)	B is the total amount of time that the time share 
property is available for use, occupation or possession 
in the one-year period referred to in subclause (i);
	(d)	offer, solicit, negotiate or conclude a points-based contract if 
A exceeds B, where
	(i)	A is the total number of points held by all the time share 
plan participants in any one-year period, and
	(ii)	B is the total number of points required to use, occupy 
or possess the time share property for the one-year 
period referred to in subclause (i);
	(e)	use an asterisk or other reference symbol in marketing or 
advertising material as a means of obscuring a material fact 
or of contradicting or substantially changing a statement 
made in the material;
	(f)	offer, negotiate or conclude a time share contract or a 
points-based contract that provides a consumer with a right to 
use, occupy or possess, or with an ownership interest in, any 
real or personal property that is subject to a lease or a 
mortgage, lien, charge, money judgment, security interest or 
other financial encumbrance, unless the lease or financial 
encumbrance is the subject of a non-disturbance clause;
	(g)	lease, mortgage, pledge as security or otherwise grant to a 
third party any interest, other than a time share interest, in 
real or personal property in respect of which a consumer has 
an ownership interest or a right of use, occupation or 
possession under a time share contract or a points-based 
contract, unless the interest and any financial encumbrance 
associated with it are the subject of a non-disturbance clause;
	(h)	sell or otherwise transfer ownership of any real or personal 
property in respect of which a consumer has an ownership 
interest or a right of use, occupation or possession under a 
time share contract or a points-based contract, unless
	(i)	the buyer or other transferee of the property assumes all 
of the supplier's obligations to the consumer under the 
Act, this Regulation and the contract, or
	(ii)	the consumer has consented in writing to any terms of 
the sale or transfer that provide for a person other than 
the buyer or other transferee to assume the supplier's 
obligations to the consumer or that provide for the 
supplier to retain those obligations;
	(i)	fail to discharge a financial encumbrance or lease in 
accordance with section 2(1)(l)(iii);
	(j)	invite a consumer to any event, function or location where 
sales or promotional activity will occur unless the invitation 
and any correspondence regarding it clearly indicates that the 
sales or promotional activity will occur.
Offences
22   For the purposes of section 162 of the Act, a contravention of any 
provision of section 2, 3, 4, 5, 6(1), 9, 10, 11, 12(1) or 19(1) is 
designated as an offence.
Vicarious responsibility
23   For the purposes of this Regulation, an act or omission by an 
employee, agent or contractor of a licensee in the course of that 
person's employment, agency or contractual relationship is deemed 
also to be an act or omission by the licensee.
Part 5 
General
Transitional - existing contracts
24   Notwithstanding section 28, the Time Share Contracts Regulation 
(AR 199/99) continues to apply, and this Regulation does not apply, in 
respect of a time share contract or a points-based contract that is 
entered into before the coming into force of this Regulation.
Amends AR 187/99
25   The General Licensing and Security Regulation 
(AR 187/99) is amended
	(a)	in section 22(1) by repealing clause (b) and 
substituting the following:
	(b)	the claim is based on the cancellation of a direct sales 
contract under section 27 or 28 of the Act,
	(b.1)	the claim is based on the cancellation of a time share 
contract or a points-based contract under section 5 or 6 
of the Time Share and Points-based Contracts and 
Business Regulation, or
	(b)	in section 23(1) by striking out "and" at the end of 
clause (b), adding "and" at the end of clause (c) and 
adding the following after clause (c):
	(d)	the claim is not based on the cancellation of a time share 
contract or a points-based contract under section 5 or 6 
of the Time Share and Points-based Contracts and 
Business Regulation.
Amends AR 81/2001
26   The Internet Sales Contract Regulation (AR 81/2001) is 
amended by adding the following before section 3(q):
	(p.1)	the activities of offering, soliciting, negotiating or concluding 
time share contracts or points-based contracts by a person 
who is licensed under the Time Share and Points-based 
Contracts and Business Regulation;
Amends AR 56/2002
27   The Travel Clubs Regulation (AR 56/2002) is amended 
by repealing section 1(c) and substituting the following:
	(c)	"travel club business" means the business of soliciting, 
negotiating, concluding and performing travel club contracts, 
but does not include offering, soliciting, negotiating or 
concluding points-based contracts pursuant to a licence 
issued under the Time Share and Points-based Contracts and 
Business Regulation;
Repeal
28   The Time Share Contracts Regulation (AR 199/99) is repealed.
Expiry
29   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for 
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be 
repassed in its present or an amended form following a review, this 
Regulation expires on June 30, 2014.
Coming into force
30   This Regulation comes into force on November 1, 2010.
Schedule 
 
Form 
 
Statutory Right to Cancel
The Fair Trading Act and its regulations provide that:
1.  A consumer (buyer) may cancel a time share contract or a 
points-based contract at any time from the day it is entered into until 
10 days after the consumer receives a copy of the contract.
2.  In addition, a consumer may cancel the contract at any time within 
one year after the day on which the contract is entered into if section 
37(2) of the Fair Trading Act or section 5 of the Time Share and 
Points-based Contracts and Business Regulation applies.
3.  To cancel the contract, the consumer must give a written notice of 
cancellation to the supplier at the most recent business address, e-mail 
address or facsimile number provided by the supplier. If the contract is 
being cancelled more than 10 days after it was made, the notice must 
state the reason for the cancellation.
4.  After the consumer cancels the contract, the supplier has 15 days to 
refund the consumer's money.
The Fair Trading Act provides other remedies that may apply in 
addition to cancellation.