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Alberta Regulation 108/2010
Mobile Home Sites Tenancies Act
MOBILE HOME SITES TENANCIES MINISTERIAL  
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: July 6, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Service Alberta (M.O. SA:016/2010) 
on June 29, 2010 pursuant to section 66 of the Mobile Home Sites Tenancies Act. 
1   The Mobile Home Sites Tenancies Ministerial Regulation 
(AR 54/96) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 12 is amended by striking out "October 31, 2010" 
and substituting "October 31, 2016".


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Alberta Regulation 109/2010
Water Act
OLDMAN RIVER BASIN WATER ALLOCATION  
AMENDMENT ORDER
Filed: July 6, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Environment (M.O. 05/2010) on June 
28, 2010 pursuant to section 35 of the Water Act. 


1   The Oldman River Basin Water Allocation Order 
(AR 319/2003) is amended by this Order.

2   Section 1 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Definitions
1   In this Order,
	(a)	"Oldman River Reservoir Area Projects" means diversions 
within the region from all or any of
	(i)	the Oldman River Reservoir,
	(ii)	the Oldman River upstream of the western boundary of 
the Piikani Reserve, and
	(iii)	the Castle and Crowsnest Rivers
		and their tributaries;
	(b)	"region" means the area described in the Schedule.

3   Section 2 is amended by striking out "for irrigation purposes 
to the Oldman River Reservoir Area Projects" and substituting 
"each year to the Oldman River Reservoir Area Projects for use within 
the region for the purposes set out in section 3".

4   Section 3 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Allocation of water
3(1)  Water reserved under section 2 may be allocated by the 
Director in accordance with section 35(3) of the Act for use within 
the region for the following purposes:
	(a)	municipal purposes;
	(b)	commercial purposes;
	(c)	recreation purposes;
	(d)	rural community water supply purposes;
	(e)	agricultural purposes, other than irrigation;
	(f)	irrigation;
	(g)	industrial purposes.
(2)  The total amount of water allocated each year for purposes 
referred to in
	(a)	subsection (1)(a) to (e) must not exceed a cumulative total of 
1500 acre-feet, and
	(b)	subsection (1)(g) must not exceed a cumulative total of 150 
acre-feet.

5   The following is added after section 4:
Schedule
Region - That portion of Alberta that lies within the area described 
by the boundaries of the Municipal District of Pincher Creek, the 
Municipality of Crowsnest Pass and the Municipal District of 
Ranchland No. 66, as those boundaries may be amended from time to 
time.
For the purposes of clarification, the Region includes land within any 
municipality that is within the outside boundaries of the Municipal 
District of Pincher Creek, the Municipality of Crowsnest Pass or the 
Municipal District of Ranchland No. 66, including, for example, the 
Town of Pincher Creek.


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Alberta Regulation 110/2010
Government Organization Act
MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS GRANTS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: July 14, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 222/2010) 
on July 14, 2010 pursuant to section 13 of the Government Organization Act. 
1   The Municipal Affairs Grants Regulation (AR 123/2000) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1(3) of Schedule 2 is amended by striking out 
"and 2009" and substituting ", 2009 and 2010".


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Alberta Regulation 111/2010
Safety Codes Act
GAS CODE REGULATION
Filed: July 14, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 232/2010) 
on July 14, 2010 pursuant to section 65 of the Safety Codes Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Interpretation
	2	Paramountcy
	3	Gas systems equipment
	4	Prohibition
	5	Natural gas and propane installation code
	6	Propane storage and handling code
	7	Installation code for propane fuel systems and tanks 
on highway vehicles


	8	Natural Gas Fuelling Stations Installation Code
	9	Natural Gas for Vehicles Installation Code
	10	Repeal
	11	Expiry
	12	Coming into force 
 
Schedules
Interpretation
1(1)  In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Act" means the Safety Codes Act;
	(b)	"Administrator" means an Administrator appointed under 
section 14(1) of the Act with respect to gas;
	(c)	"Standards Council of Canada" means the Standards Council 
of Canada established by the Standards Council of Canada 
Act (Canada);
	(d)	"utility" means an individual, firm, corporation or other 
entity authorized to distribute gas services to a consumer in 
Alberta.
(2)  If a code that is declared in force in this Regulation defines a word 
that is used in this Regulation in a reference to that code, the word has, 
for the purposes of the reference, the meaning given to it in the code.
Paramountcy
2   If there is a conflict between a code declared in force in this 
Regulation and another regulation under an Act of Alberta, the other 
regulation prevails over this Regulation.
Gas systems equipment
3(1)  No person shall manufacture, install, sell or offer for sale any 
equipment related to gas systems for use in Alberta unless the 
equipment has been
	(a)	tested and certified by a certification body accredited by the 
Standards Council of Canada, or
	(b)	inspected and accepted by a certification body accredited by 
the Standards Council of Canada, and the equipment bears 
evidence of having been accepted in the manner authorized 
by the certification body.
(2)  If a code, standard or body of rules respecting gas systems that is 
declared in force under the Act refers to approved equipment, that 
equipment must meet the requirements of this section. 
Prohibition
4   No person shall fuse or join plastic pipe or aluminum pipe unless 
that person has satisfactorily completed a course of training prescribed 
by or acceptable to the Administrator.
Natural gas and propane installation code
5   CSA Standard B149.1-10, Natural gas and propane installation 
code, published in January, 2010 by the Canadian Standards 
Association, is declared in force with the variations specified in 
Schedule 1.
Propane storage and handling code
6   CSA Standard B149.2-10, Propane storage and handling code, 
published in January, 2010 by the Canadian Standards Association, is 
declared in force with the variations specified in Schedule 2. 
Installation code for propane fuel systems and tanks on highway vehicles
7   CSA Standard B149.5-10, Installation code for propane fuel 
systems and tanks on highway vehicles, published in January, 2010 by 
the Canadian Standards Association, is declared in force with the 
variations specified in Schedule 3.
Natural Gas Fuelling Stations Installation Code
8   CSA Standard B108-99, Natural Gas Fuelling Stations Installation 
Code, published in February, 1999 by the Canadian Standards 
Association, is declared in force with the variations specified in 
Schedule 4.
Natural Gas for Vehicles Installation Code
9   CSA Standard B109.01, Natural Gas for Vehicles Installation 
Code, published in June, 2001 by the Canadian Standards Association, 
is declared in force with the variations specified in Schedule 5.
Repeal
10   The Gas Code Regulation (AR 113/2005) is repealed.
Expiry
11   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, 2016.
Coming into force
12   This Regulation comes into force on September 1, 2010.
Schedule 1 
 
Variations to CSA Standard B149.1-10, 
Natural gas and propane installation code
1   Part 2 is amended by striking out "National Building Code of 
Canada, 2005" and substituting "Alberta Building Code 2006".

2   Part 3 is amended in the definition of "building" by 
striking out "applicable building code of the authority having 
jurisdiction or, in the absence of such, in accordance with the National 
Building Code of Canada" and substituting "Alberta Building Code 
2006".

3   Part 4 is amended 
	(a)	by striking out Clauses 4.8.2 and 4.8.3 and 
substituting the following:
4.8.2   When a mobile home is placed on a permanent 
foundation, a replacement furnace or water heater is not 
required to be certified specifically for use within the mobile 
home but it shall be installed in accordance with CSA Z.240.
4.8.3   When a mobile home is placed on a permanent 
foundation and permanent structural alterations are made to the 
floor, an exterior wall, or both, gas fired appliances and gas 
supply piping may be installed in accordance with the 
requirements of the Code.
	(b)	by striking out Clause 4.14.5 and substituting the 
following:
4.14.5   An appliance shall not be installed on a roof of a 
building exceeding 13 ft (4 m) in height from grade to roof 
elevation unless direct access is provided in accordance with 
the Alberta Building Code 2006.
	(c)	in Clause 4.16.4 by striking out "in accordance with 
local building codes or in the absence of local codes, the 
National Building Code of Canada" and substituting "the 
Alberta Building Code 2006";
	(d)	in Clause 4.17.2 by striking out "National Building 
Code of Canada" and substituting "Alberta Building 
Code 2006".

4   Part 6 is amended
	(a)	by striking out Clause 6.14.5 and substituting the 
following:
6.14.5   Bending of gas supply piping shall be made only with 
bending equipment and procedures especially intended for that 
purpose.
	(b)	by striking out Clause 6.15.12 and substituting the 
following: 
6.15.12   An approved transition fitting shall be used for 
connecting piping of either steel or copper to plastic.  A 
mechanical compression transition fitting shall not be located 
within 15 ft (4.5 m) of a building."

5   Part 7 is amended
	(a)	in the Note to Clause 7.2.3.2 by striking out "National 
Building Code of Canada or local code" and substituting 
"Alberta Building Code 2006;
	(b)	by adding the following after Clause 7.2.3.2:
7.2.3.3   The fuel supply for generators mentioned in Clauses 
7.2.3.1 and 7.2.3.2 shall comply with the requirements of the 
Alberta Building Code 2006;
	(c)		in Clauses 7.23.2 and 7.24.2 by striking out "local 
building code or, in the absence of such, with the National 
Building Code of Canada" and substituting "Alberta 
Building Code 2006".

6   Part 8 is amended
	(a)	in Clause 8.12.1 by striking out "local building code or, 
in the absence of such, in accordance with the National 
Building Code of Canada" and substituting "Alberta 
Building Code 2006";
	(b)	in Clause 8.30.1(a) by striking out "local building code 
or, in the absence of such, with the requirements of the 
National Building Code of Canada" and substituting 
"Alberta Building Code 2006".

7   Part 9 is amended
	(a)	in Clause 9.1.3 by striking out "National Building Code 
of Canada" and substituting "Alberta Building Code 
2006";
	(b)	in Clause 9.1.5 by striking out "6.22" and 
substituting "6.21".
Schedule 2 
 
Variations to CSA Standard B149.2-10, 
Propane storage and handling code
1   Part 2 is amended by striking out "National Building Code of 
Canada 2005" and substituting "Alberta Building Code 2006".

2   Part 3 is amended in the definition of "building" by 
striking out "applicable building code of the authority having 
jurisdiction or, in the absence of such, in accordance with the National 
Building Code of Canada" and substituting "Alberta Building Code 
2006".
Schedule 3 
 
Variations to CSA Standard B149.5-10, 
Installation code for propane fuel systems 
and tanks on highway vehicles
1   Clause 5.14.1 is amended by striking out "Except for a 
vehicle with an installed tank that is equipped with a stop-fill valve," 
and substituting "Except for a vehicle that is in compliance with 
this Code,".
Schedule 4 
 
Variations to CSA Standard B108-99, 
Natural Gas Fuelling Stations Installation Code
1   Part 1 is amended by adding the following after Clause 
1.3:
1.4   This Code and any standards referenced in the Code do not 
make or imply any assurance or guarantee with respect to the life 
expectancy, durability or operating performance of equipment and 
materials referenced in the Code.

2   Part 2 is amended in the definition of "building" by 
striking out "applicable building code of the authority having 
jurisdiction or, in the absence of such, in accordance with the National 
Building Code of Canada" and substituting "Alberta Building Code 
2006".

3   Part 6 is amended in Clause 6.15 by striking out "under the 
local building code".

4   Part 9 is amended in Clause 9.2 by striking out "CSA 
Standard CAN/CGA B149.1" and substituting "CSA Standard 
B149.1-10".

5   Part 10 is amended in Clause 10.4 by striking out "CSA 
Standard CAN/CGA B149.1" and substituting "CSA Standard 
B149.1-10".
Schedule 5 
 
Variations to CSA Standard B109.01, 
Natural Gas for Vehicles Installation Code
1   Part 3 is amended by adding the following after Clause 
3.1.4:
3.1.5   This Code and any standards referenced in the Code do not 
make or imply any assurance or guarantee with respect to the life 
expectancy, durability or operating performance of equipment and 
materials referenced in the Code.

2   Part 4 is amended
	(a)	in Clause 4.4.6.1 by striking out "Note: When the 
cylinder is clamped by the neck, a resilient gasket is not 
required between the clamping mount and the cylinder neck 
when direct contact between these materials does not produce 
galvanic corrosion and the clamping system does not leave a 
space where road salts and moisture may accumulate and 
cause corrosion that may lead to premature failure at either 
the cylinder or clamp.";
	(b)	by striking out Clause 4.6.8.1 and substituting the 
following:
4.6.8.1   A pressure regulator shall be installed
	(a)	such that the regulator's weight is not placed on, or 
supported by, the attached natural gas fuel lines, and
	(b)	in an accessible location.


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Alberta Regulation 112/2010
Gas Resources Preservation Act
APPROVAL OF SHORT-TERM PERMITS 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: July 14, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 238/2010) 
on July 14, 2010 pursuant to section 13 of the Gas Resources Preservation Act. 
1   The Approval of Short-term Permits Regulation 
(AR 334/2002) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 3 is amended by striking out "October 31, 2010" 
and substituting "October 31, 2015".



Alberta Regulation 113/2010
Gas Resources Preservation Act
GAS RESOURCES PRESERVATION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: July 14, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 239/2010) 
on July 14, 2010 pursuant to section 13 of the Gas Resources Preservation Act. 
1   The Gas Resources Preservation Regulation 
(AR 328/2002) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 7 is amended by striking out "October 31, 2010" 
and substituting "October 31, 2015".


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Alberta Regulation 114/2010
Government Organization Act
RADIATION HEALTH ADMINISTRATION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: July 14, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 240/2010) 
on July 14, 2010 pursuant to Schedule 10, section 2 of the Government Organization 
Act. 
1    The Radiation Health Administration Regulation 
(AR 49/96) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Schedule 2 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Schedule 2  
(Agencies)
ROW
COLUMN 1
COLUMN 2
COLUMN 3
1
Alberta 
Radiation 
Service Ltd.
Diagnostic or therapeutic 
x-ray equipment; 
Cabinet x-ray equipment;  
Diffraction and 
analytical x-ray 
equipment; 
Baggage inspection x-ray 
equipment;
Security x-ray 
equipment; 
Class 3B and 4 lasers
Installed or operated 
within dental, 
medical, 
chiropractic, 
veterinary, physical 
therapy, education, 
industrial, 
commercial, 
research and 
entertainment 
facilities
2
RadMan 
Radiation 
Management 
Services Ltd.
Diagnostic or therapeutic 
x-ray equipment; 
Cabinet x-ray equipment; 
Diffraction and 
analytical x-ray 
equipment; 
Baggage inspection x-ray 
equipment;
Security x-ray 
equipment; 
Industrial x-ray 
equipment; 
Class 3B and 4 lasers
Installed or operated 
within dental, 
medical, 
chiropractic, 
veterinary, physical 
therapy, education, 
industrial, 
commercial, 
research and 
entertainment 
facilities


3
B&P Stewart 
Ent. Ltd.
Diagnostic or therapeutic 
x-ray equipment;
Class 3B and 4 lasers
Installed or operated 
within dental, 
medical, 
chiropractic, 
veterinary and 
education facilities

4
University of 
Calgary, 
Environment, 
Health and 
Safety
Diagnostic x-ray 
equipment; 
Computed tomography 
equipment; 
Cabinet x-ray equipment; 
Diffraction and 
analytical x-ray 
equipment; 
Industrial x-ray 
equipment; 
Class 3B and 4 lasers
Installed or operated 
within education, 
research and 
veterinary facilities 
owned or operated 
by the University of 
Calgary
5
University of 
Alberta, 
Environmental 
Health and 
Safety
Diagnostic x-ray 
equipment; 
Cabinet x-ray equipment; 
Diffraction and 
analytical x-ray 
equipment; 
Particle accelerators; 
Class 3B and 4 lasers
Installed or operated 
within education, 
research, medical, 
dental and 
veterinary facilities 
owned or operated 
by the University of 
Alberta

6
Filipow 
Associates Inc.
Diagnostic or therapeutic 
x-ray equipment; 
Computed tomography 
equipment; 
Cabinet x-ray equipment; 
Diffraction and 
analytical x-ray 
equipment; 
Baggage inspection x-ray 
equipment; 
Security x-ray 
equipment; 
Industrial x-ray 
equipment; 
Irradiation x-ray 
equipment; 
Particle accelerators; 
Class 3B and 4 lasers
Installed or operated 
within medical, 
dental, chiropractic, 
veterinary, physical 
therapy, education, 
industrial, 
commercial, 
research and 
entertainment 
facilities
7
Alberta Health 
Services, 
Diagnostic 
Imaging 
Services
Diagnostic or therapeutic 
x-ray equipment; 
Computed tomography 
equipment; 
Cabinet x-ray equipment; 
Diffraction and 
analytical x-ray 
equipment; 
Particle accelerators; 
Class 3B and 4 lasers
Installed or operated 
within medical, 
dental, physical 
therapy and 
research facilities 
owned or operated 
by Alberta Health 
Services


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Alberta Regulation 115/2010
Professional and Occupational Associations Registration Act
PROFESSIONAL PLANNER REGULATION
Filed: July 14, 2010
For information only:   Approved by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 
241/2010) on July 14, 2010 pursuant to sections 9 and 14 of the Professional and 
Occupational Associations Registration Act and made by the Alberta Association 
Canadian Institute of Planners (AACIP) on January 4, 2010. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	Registration Committee
	3	Registers
	4	Powers and duties of Registration Committee
	5	Review of application
	6	Proof of registration
	7	Fees for annual renewal
	8	Annual proof of registration
	9	Registration as Registered Professional Planner
	10	Registration as a Candidate Member
	11	Practice Review Committee
	12	Powers and duties of Practice Review Committee
	13	Notice
	14	Reports and recommendations
	15	Discipline Committee


	16	Written complaints
	17	Costs
	18	Cancellation and suspension
	19	Cancellation on request
	20	Non-payment of fees, etc.
	21	Registration in error
	22	Service of notices
	23	Use of title
	24	Code of Professional Conduct
	25	Transitional
	26	Repeal
	27	Expiry 
 
Schedule
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Act" means the Professional and Occupational Associations 
Registration Act;
	(b)	"bylaws" means the bylaws of the Institute;
	(c)	"Candidate Member" means a person whose name is entered 
in the register of Candidate Members;
	(d)	"Council" means the Council of the Institute established 
under the bylaws;
	(e)	"Discipline Committee" means the Discipline Committee 
established pursuant to section 15;
	(f)	"Institute" means the registered association with the name 
"Alberta Professional Planners Institute";
	(g)	"Institute Registrar" means the registrar of the Institute 
appointed under the bylaws;
	(h)	"practice of planning" means the process of planning the 
scientific, aesthetic and orderly allocation of land, 
community resources, facilities and services with a view to 
maintaining and improving the physical environment and the 
economic and social conditions of urban and rural 
communities;
	(i)	"Practice Review Committee" means the Practice Review 
Committee established pursuant to section 11;
	(j)	"Registered Professional Planner" means a person whose 
name is entered in the register of Registered Professional 
Planners;
	(k)	"Registration Committee" means the Registration Committee 
established pursuant to section 2;
	(l)	"regulated member" means a Registered Professional Planner 
and a Candidate Member.
Registration Committee
2(1)  There is hereby established the Registration Committee 
consisting of
	(a)	one Registered Professional Planner who is a member of the 
Council, and
	(b)	at least 5 other Registered Professional Planners who are not 
members of the Council, one of whom must be appointed by 
the Council as chair.
(2)  The member of the Registration Committee appointed pursuant to 
subsection (1)(a) is a non-voting member of the Registration 
Committee.
(3)  The Registration Committee must be appointed by the Council in 
accordance with the bylaws.
(4)  The Registration Committee must meet at the call of the chair.
(5)  A quorum at a meeting of the Registration Committee is at least 3 
of the members appointed pursuant to subsection (1)(b).
Registers
3(1)  The Institute Registrar must maintain, in accordance with this 
Regulation and the bylaws and subject to the direction of the Council,
	(a)	a register of Registered Professional Planners, and
	(b)	a register of Candidate Members.
(2)  The Institute Registrar must enter in the appropriate register
	(a)	the name of an individual who has paid the registration fee 
prescribed by the bylaws and whose registration has been 
approved by the Registration Committee under section 4 or 
the Council under section 5, and
	(b)	the mailing address of that individual.
Powers and duties of Registration Committee
4(1)  The Registration Committee must consider applications from 
persons to become regulated members of the Institute in accordance 
with this Regulation and the bylaws and may
	(a)	approve the application,
	(b)	refuse to approve the application, or
	(c)	defer approval until the applicant has done either or both of 
the following: 
	(i)	successfully completed examinations or coursework as 
required by the Registration Committee;
	(ii)	successfully completed any further type and term of 
experience required by the Registration Committee.
(2)  The Registration Committee must send a written notice of any 
decision made by it to the applicant.
(3)  If the decision made by the Registration Committee is to refuse the 
application for registration, written reasons for the decision must be 
sent to the applicant.
Review of application
5(1)  An applicant whose application for registration is refused by the 
Registration Committee may, by notice in writing served on the 
Institute Registrar within 30 days of receiving a notice of refusal and 
the reasons for it, appeal the refusal to the Council.
(2)  The notice of appeal must set out the reasons why, in the 
applicant's opinion, the application for registration should be 
approved.
(3)  An applicant who appeals a decision of the Registration 
Committee under this section
	(a)	must be notified in writing by the Institute Registrar of the 
date, place and time that the Council will hear the appeal, and
	(b)	is entitled to make representations to the Council when it 
hears the appeal and be represented by an agent or counsel.
(4)  A member of the Registration Committee who is also a member of 
the Council may not
	(a)	participate in the appeal,
	(b)	vote on a decision of the Council under this section, or
	(c)	be counted for the purposes of a quorum of the Council when 
it hears the appeal.
(5)  On hearing an appeal under this section, the Council may make 
any decision the Registration Committee may make, and must give 
written notice of its decision to the applicant.
Proof of registration
6   On entering the name of a regulated member in the appropriate 
register, the Institute Registrar must issue proof of registration to that 
regulated member.
Fees for annual renewal
7   A regulated member must pay the following fees as prescribed by 
the bylaws to the Institute Registrar or to any person authorized by the 
Institute Registrar to accept payment:
	(a)	the fee for annual renewal of registration;
	(b)	where an application for annual renewal of registration is 
made after the date prescribed by the bylaws, the fee for late 
renewal.
Annual proof of registration
8(1)  The Institute Registrar must issue proof of registration each year 
in accordance with the bylaws to a regulated member
	(a)	whose registration is not cancelled or under suspension, and
	(b)	who has paid the fees required under section 7.
(2)  Proof of registration issued under this section or section 6 expires 
on the date prescribed in the bylaws.
Registration as Registered Professional Planner
9   An applicant is entitled to be registered as a Registered Professional 
Planner if the applicant provides proof of good character and 
reputation acceptable to the Registration Committee, pays the 
registration fee prescribed in the bylaws and meets the requirements of 
clause (a), (b), (c) or (d):
	(a)	the applicant produces documentation that satisfies the 
Registration Committee that the applicant
	(i)	has obtained a degree in the practice of planning that is 
recognized by the Council,
	(ii)	has obtained at least 2 years of practical experience in 
the practice of planning that is acceptable to the 
Registration Committee, and
	(iii)	has successfully completed all examinations approved 
by the Council;
	(b)	the applicant produces documentation that satisfies the 
Registration Committee that the applicant
	(i)	has obtained a degree other than a degree in the practice 
of planning,
	(ii)	has obtained at least 5 years of practical experience in 
the practice of planning that is acceptable to the 
Registration Committee, and
	(iii)	has successfully completed all examinations approved 
by the Council;
	(c)	the applicant produces documentation that satisfies the 
Registration Committee that the applicant
	(i)	has a combination of education, training, experience, 
examinations or other qualifications that demonstrate 
the competence required for registration, 
	(ii)	has obtained at least 15 years of practical experience in 
the practice of planning that is acceptable to the 
Registration Committee, and
	(iii)	has successfully completed all examinations approved 
by the Council;
	(d)	the applicant produces documentation that satisfies the 
Registration Committee that the applicant is registered and in 
good standing with a professional regulatory organization 
under an Act of another province or territory of Canada to 
perform an occupation that, in the opinion of the Registration 
Committee, is substantially equivalent, in terms of scope of 
practice and competencies, to that of a Registered 
Professional Planner.
Registration as a Candidate Member
10(1)  An applicant is entitled to be registered as a Candidate Member 
if the applicant provides proof of good character and reputation 
acceptable to the Registration Committee, pays the registration fee 
prescribed in the bylaws and produces documentation that satisfies the 
Registration Committee that
	(a)	the applicant
	(i)	has obtained a degree in the practice of planning, and
	(ii)	is actively working towards meeting the requirements of 
section 9(a)(ii) and (iii),
	(b)	the applicant
	(i)	has obtained a degree other than a degree in the practice 
of planning, and
	(ii)	is actively working towards meeting the requirements of 
section 9(b)(ii) and (iii),
		or
	(c)	the applicant produces documentation that satisfies the 
Registration Committee that the applicant is registered and in 
good standing with a professional regulatory organization 
under an Act of another province or territory of Canada to 
perform an occupation that, in the opinion of the Registration 
Committee, is substantially equivalent, in terms of scope of 
practice and competencies, to that of a Candidate Member.
(2)  A person may remain in the register of Candidate Members for not 
more than 7 years from the date the person's name was entered in that 
register.
(3)  Notwithstanding subsection (2), the total period of time an 
individual may remain in the register of Candidate Members may be 
extended by the Registration Committee.
Practice Review Committee
11(1)  There is hereby established the Practice Review Committee 
consisting of
	(a)	one Registered Professional Planner who is a member of the 
Council, and
	(b)	at least 3 other Registered Professional Planners who are not 
members of the Council, one of whom shall be appointed as 
chair.
(2)  The Practice Review Committee must be appointed by the Council 
in accordance with the bylaws.
(3)  The Practice Review Committee must meet at the call of the chair.
(4)  A quorum at a meeting of the Practice Review Committee is 3 
members.
Powers and duties of Practice Review Committee
12   The Practice Review Committee
	(a)	may, on its own initiative, and shall, at the request of the 
Council, inquire into and report to and advise the Council in 
respect of
	(i)	the assessment of educational standards and experience 
requirements that are conditions precedent to 
registration as a Registered Professional Planner,
	(ii)	the assessment and development of continuing 
education programs for upgrading and enrichment of 
Registered Professional Planners,
	(iii)	the evaluation of desirable standards of competence for 
Registered Professional Planners generally,
	(iv)	any other matter that the Council from time to time 
considers necessary or appropriate in connection with 
the exercise of its powers and the performance of its 
duties in relation to competence in the practice of 
planning under this Regulation, and
	(v)	the practice of planning generally,
		and
	(b)	may, with the approval of the Council, conduct a review of 
the practice of a regulated member.
Notice
13   The Practice Review Committee shall give reasonable notice to a 
regulated member of its intention to conduct a review of the practice of 
the regulated member.
Reports and recommendations
14(1)  After each inquiry or review under section 12, the Practice 
Review Committee
	(a)	shall make a written report to the Council on the inquiry or 
review and, where appropriate, on its decision,
	(b)	may make recommendations, together with reasons, to the 
Council regarding the matter inquired into or reviewed,
	(c)	may make recommendations to a regulated member as to that 
regulated member's conduct in the practice of planning, and
	(d)	shall, if it is of the opinion that the conduct of a member 
constitutes or may constitute either unskilled practice of the 
profession or professional misconduct within the meaning of 
section 19 of the Act, forthwith refer the matter relating to 
that conduct to the chair of the Discipline Committee to be 
dealt with under Part 3 of the Act, and in such a case the 
Discipline Committee shall deal with it as if it were a 
complaint.
(2)  The Practice Review Committee may at any time during an inquiry 
or review under section 12 refer any matter to the chair of the 
Discipline Committee to be dealt with under Part 3 of the Act, and in 
such a case the Discipline Committee shall deal with it as if it were a 
complaint.
Discipline Committee
15(1)  The Discipline Committee is established consisting of at least 5 
Registered Professional Planners who are not members of the Council, 
one of whom must be appointed by the members of the Discipline 
Committee as chair.
(2)  The members of the Discipline Committee must be appointed by 
the Council in accordance with the bylaws.
(3)  The Discipline Committee must meet at the call of the chair.
(4)  A quorum at a meeting of the Discipline Committee is at least 3 of 
the members of the Committee.
Written complaints
16   A person who wishes to submit a complaint must, in accordance 
with section 20 of the Act, make it in writing, sign it and submit it to 
the chair of the Discipline Committee.
Costs
17   In accordance with section 34 of the Act, the Discipline 
Committee may, with respect to hearings before it and reviews by the 
Council, order the investigated person to pay the following costs:
	(a)	the fee payable to the lawyer advising the Discipline 
Committee or Council at the hearing or review and the fee 
payable to the lawyer acting in a prosecutory role at the 
hearing or review;
	(b)	the cost of recording the evidence and preparing transcripts;
	(c)	the expenses of the members constituting the Discipline 
Committee, including, without limitation, the daily 
allowances of those members as determined by Council;
	(d)	any other expenses incurred by the Institute that are 
incidental to the hearing or review.
Cancellation and suspension
18(1)  The registration of a regulated member is cancelled or 
suspended when the decision to cancel or suspend the registration is 
made in accordance with the Act or this Regulation.
(2)  The Institute Registrar must enter a memorandum of the 
cancellation or suspension of the registration in the appropriate register 
indicating
	(a)	the date of the cancellation or suspension,
	(b)	the period of the suspension, and
	(c)	the nature of any finding under Part 3 of the Act.
(3)  If the registration of a regulated member is cancelled, the person 
whose registration is cancelled must, on request, surrender to the 
Institute Registrar all documents relating to the registration.
Cancellation on request
19   The Institute Registrar must not cancel the registration of a 
regulated member at the request of the regulated member unless the 
request for cancellation is approved by the Registration Committee.
Non-payment of fees, etc.
20(1)  The Council must direct the Institute Registrar to suspend or 
cancel the registration of a regulated member who is in default of 
payment of annual fees, penalties, costs or any other fees, dues or 
levies payable under the Act, this Regulation or the bylaws after the 
expiration of 30 days following the service on that person of a written 
notice by the Council unless that person complies with the notice.
(2)  The notice under subsection (1) must state that the Institute 
Registrar must suspend or cancel the registration unless the fees, 
penalties, costs, dues or levies are paid as indicated in the notice.
Registration in error
21   The Council must direct the Institute Registrar to cancel the 
registration of any person that is entered in error in a register.
Service of notices
22   A notice to be served on the Institute Registrar, the Council, the 
Registration Committee, the Practice Review Committee or the 
Discipline Committee, or any member of those committees or the 
Council, is sufficiently served if it is personally served at, or sent by 
registered or certified mail to, the office of the Institute.
Use of title
23   A Registered Professional Planner may use the title "Registered 
Professional Planner" and the abbreviations "R.P.P." and "RPP".
Code of Professional Conduct
24   The standards of conduct and code of ethics of the Institute are set 
out in the Code of Professional Conduct in the Schedule.
Transitional
25(1)  In this section, "previous Regulation" means the Alberta 
Community Planner Regulation (AR 240/89).
(2)  The Institute Registrar must enter in the register of Registered 
Professional Planners or the register of Candidate Members the name 
of a person who, on the coming into force of this Regulation, was 
registered as an Alberta Community Planner or a provisional member, 
as the case may be, under the previous Regulation.
(3)  Notwithstanding sections 9, 10 and 26, the previous Regulation 
continues to apply in respect of applications for registration as an 
Alberta Community Planner or a provisional member that are received 
by the Registration Committee before the coming into force of this 
section.
(4)  The Institute Registrar must enter in the register of Registered 
Professional Planners or the register of Candidate Members the name 
of a person whose application under subsection (3) as an Alberta 
Community Planner or a provisional member, as the case may be, is 
approved by the Registration Committee.
Repeal
26   The Alberta Community Planner Regulation (AR 240/89) is 
repealed.
Expiry
27   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 January 31, 2015.
Schedule 
 
Code of Professional Conduct
1   A regulated member must conduct himself or herself in a 
professional, ethical and responsible manner.
2   A regulated member must act in accordance with all applicable 
legislation and other laws.
3   A regulated member must maintain currency in the knowledge and 
skills necessary to carry out the practice of planning.
4   A regulated member must report any incompetent, illegal or 
unethical conduct of any member to the appropriate authority.
5   A regulated member must act in the best interests of the client and 
provide professional services with integrity, objectivity and 
independence.
6   A regulated member must hold in confidence all client information 
unless the member is permitted by the client or is required by the Act 
or any other enactment or by order of a court to disclose the 
information.
7   A regulated member must continually seek further knowledge in 
the theory and practice of planning and all other matters that enhance 
the reputation of the profession and the regulated member.
8   A regulated member must refrain from engaging in any business 
practices that detract from the professional image of the Association or 
its members.
9   A regulated member must refrain from serving a client under any 
terms or conditions that would impair the member's independence.


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Alberta Regulation 116/2010
Civil Enforcement Act
CIVIL ENFORCEMENT AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: July 14, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 257/2010) 
on July 14, 2010 pursuant to section 106 of the Civil Enforcement Act. 
1   The Civil Enforcement Regulation (AR 276/95) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1 is amended
	(a)	by adding the following after clause (c):
	(c.1)	"fax" means a machine or device that electronically 
transmits a copy of a document, picture or other printed 
material by means of a telecommunication system;
	(c.2)	"recorded mail" means recorded mail as defined in the 
Alberta Rules of Court;
	(b)	by repealing clause (e).

3   Section 4(b) is amended
	(a)	by striking out "telecopier telephone" and substituting 
"fax";
	(b)	by striking out "receiving telecopier" and substituting 
"receiving fax".

4   Section 5(a) is amended by striking out "telecopier" and 
substituting "fax".

5   The following is added after section 6:
Review of account


6.1(1)  An enforcement debtor or a creditor of an enforcement 
debtor may request a review officer to review the account of an 
agency.
(2)  A request for review under subsection (1) must be made within 6 
months from the day that the statement of account was received by 
the enforcement debtor.
(3)  On receiving a request for review under subsection (1), the 
review officer shall grant an appointment for the review of the 
account.
(4)  On service of a notice of the appointment for the review of the 
account on the agency, the review officer must, 
	(a)	on the payment or tendering of the fees to the review officer, 
review the account presented to the review officer, and
	(b)	if requested to do so, provide a certificate of the review 
setting out the amount reviewed.
(5)  Part 10 of the Alberta Rules of Court applies with any necessary 
modifications to the review of an account under this section.

6   Section 14(1) is amended by striking out "Rule 353 or 354 
of the Alberta Rules of Court" and substituting "section 35.05 or 
35.06".

7   Section 19(1) is amended by adding "and in a format 
approved by the sheriff" after "a location approved by the sheriff".

8   Section 22 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1)(a) by striking out "a fee of $100" 
and substituting "a non-refundable fee of $200";
	(b)	in subsection (3)(a) by striking out "a course" and 
substituting "training".

9   Section 26 is amended
	(a)	in clause (a) by striking out "or an offence punishable 
by imprisonment for 2 or more years";
	(b)	by adding the following after clause (a):
	(a.1)	is convicted of an offence for which the Crown had the 
option of proceeding summarily or by indictment;

10   The following is added after section 35:
Part 1.1 
Writs and Service of Documents
Changes of name
35.01   Where the name shown on a judgment or writ of a person 
who is entitled to enforce the judgment or writ is incorrect or has 
changed, the clerk may, without an order of the Court, issue a writ or 
amend a writ that has already been issued so that the person is 
properly named in the writ.
Clerical errors
35.02   Where there is a clerical error on a writ, the clerk may, 
without an order of the Court, correct the error on the face of the 
writ.
Court order
35.03(1)  A party claiming to be entitled to enforce a judgment may 
apply to the Court for an order directing one or more of the 
following:
	(a)	that a writ be issued showing the proper name of the 
judgment debtor where the judgment debtor's name as shown 
on the judgment is not the judgment debtor's proper name;
	(b)	that a change be made to a writ;
	(c)	that a new writ be issued;
	(d)	that any issue or question necessary to determine the rights of 
the parties be decided in any way in which a question in an 
action may be decided.
(2)  An application referred to in subsection (1) may be made ex 
parte unless the Court directs otherwise.
Amendment of writ
35.04   If a writ of enforcement has been issued for costs that are 
reduced on appeal, the writ of enforcement shall be returned to the 
court clerk who issued it for amendment in accordance with the 
order made on the appeal.
Service of documents
35.05(1)  In this Part and Parts 3 and 4, "document" means a 
document or notice that is issued or granted in respect of matters 
under the Act or this Regulation.
(2)  Unless the Act or this Regulation expressly requires otherwise, a 
document that is to be served by one party on another party under the 
Act or this Regulation may be served or delivered by any method of 
communication that is
	(a)	appropriate for the type of document, and
	(b)	a normal method of communication between the parties,
including ordinary mail, fax, e-mail or recorded mail.
(3)  For the purposes of subsection (2), communication by fax or 
e-mail is a normal method of communication between the parties if 
	(a)	previous communications have been sent or received by that 
method, or
	(b)	the intended recipient of the communication has provided a 
fax number or an e-mail address to the sender.
(4)  The Court or an agency may be served by fax or e-mail only if 
the court clerk or an officer of the agency has consented in writing to 
be served by that method in respect of the matter to which the 
document to be served pertains.
(5)  A document may be served on an individual who is not required 
to be served by another method under this Part
	(a)	by being left with the individual, or
	(b)	by being sent by ordinary or recorded mail addressed to the 
individual.
(6)  A document may be served on a corporation
	(a)	by being sent to or left with
	(i)	an officer of the corporation who appears to have 
management or control responsibilities with respect to 
the corporation, or
	(ii)	an individual who appears to have management or 
control responsibilities with respect to the corporation at 
its principal place of business or activity in Alberta, or 
at the corporation's place of business or activity in 
Alberta where the claim arose,
		or
	(b)	by being sent by ordinary or recorded mail, addressed to the 
corporation, to the corporation's principal place of business 
or activity in Alberta.
(7)  A document may be served on a limited partnership
	(a)	by being sent to or left with
	(i)	a general partner who is an individual, or
	(ii)	an individual who appears to have management or 
control responsibilities with respect to the limited 
partnership at its principal place of business or activity 
in Alberta, or at the limited partnership's place of 
business or activity in Alberta where the claim arose,
		or
	(b)	by being sent by ordinary or recorded mail, addressed to the 
limited partnership, to the limited partnership's principal 
place of business or activity in Alberta.
(8)  A document may be served on a partnership other than a limited 
partnership
	(a)	by being sent to or left with
	(i)	a partner who is an individual, or
	(ii)	an individual who appears to have management or 
control responsibilities with respect to the partnership at 
its principal place of business or activity in Alberta, or 
at the partnership's place of business or activity in 
Alberta where the claim arose,
		or
	(b)	by being sent by ordinary or recorded mail, addressed to the 
partnership, to the partnership's principal place of business or 
activity in Alberta.
(9)  A document may be served on an individual carrying on 
business or operating or engaging in an activity under another name
	(a)	by being sent to or left with
	(i)	the individual, or
	(ii)	an individual who appears to have management or 
control responsibilities with respect to the business, 
operation or activity at its principal place of business, 
operation or activity in Alberta, or at the individual's 
place of business, operation or activity in Alberta where 
the claim arose,
		or
	(b)	by being sent by ordinary or recorded mail, addressed to the 
business or operating name, to the business, operation or 
activity's principal place of business or activity in Alberta.
(10)  A document may be served on a corporation carrying on 
business or operating under a name other than its own
	(a)	by being sent to or left with
	(i)	an officer of the corporation who appears to have 
management or control responsibilities with respect to 
the corporation, or
	(ii)	an individual who appears to have management or 
control responsibilities with respect to the corporation at 
its principal place of business, operation or activity in 
Alberta, or at the corporation's place of business, 
operation or activity in Alberta where the claim arose,
		or
	(b)	by being sent by ordinary or recorded mail, addressed to the 
business or operating name of the corporation, to the 
corporation's principal place of business or operation in 
Alberta.
(11)  Service under this Part is effected
	(a)	if the document is left with an individual, on the date it is 
left,
	(b)	if the document is sent by recorded mail, in accordance with 
section 35.06,
	(c)	if the document is sent by fax or e-mail, when the sender of 
the fax or e-mail receives confirmation of the successfully 
completed transmission, and
	(d)	if the document is sent by ordinary mail, in accordance with 
section 23 of the Interpretation Act.
(12)  A document that is to be given to or served on an agency under 
the Act or this Regulation may be given or served by personal 
service on
	(a)	an officer of the agency, or
	(b)	a bailiff who acts on behalf of the agency.
(13)  Unless a provision of the Act requires service or delivery of the 
original or a certified copy of a document, it is sufficient to serve or 
deliver a copy of the document.
Recorded mail service
35.06(1)  A document, other than a document required to be served 
personally, may be served on a person in Alberta by being sent by 
recorded mail, addressed to the person at the address for service 
provided by the person in the most recently filed document in respect 
of a matter under the Act or this Regulation.
(2)  Service is effected under this section on the earlier of
	(a)	the date acknowledgment of receipt is signed, or
	(b)	7 days after the date on which the recorded mail is sent.
Personal service
35.07   The following documents must be served by personal 
service as specified:
	(a)	a notice of intention to sell under section 70 of the Act, on 
the enforcement creditor and every registered owner;
	(b)	a garnishee summons under section 35.26, if served by the 
enforcement creditor on the enforcement debtor.
Part 1.2 
Identification of Debtor
Identification of debtor
35.08(1)  In this Part,
	(a)	"replying creditor" means an enforcement creditor;
	(b)	"requesting creditor" means a creditor whose debtor is or 
may be a person against whom the replying creditor has a 
writ, and includes a representative of the creditor;
	(c)	"written demand" means a written demand made under 
subsection (2).
(2)  A requesting creditor may, by a written demand served on a 
replying creditor, inquire as to one or both of the following:
	(a)	whether the replying creditor has a writ against the 
requesting creditor's debtor;
	(b)	the amount owing under the replying creditor's writ.
(3)  In a written demand, the requesting creditor must set out
	(a)	an address to which the reply to the written demand may be 
made,
	(b)	the nature of the inquiry being made under subsection (2), 
and
	(c)	if an inquiry is being made pursuant to subsection (2)(a),
	(i)	the name of the requesting creditor's debtor, and
	(ii)	the occupation, address and date of birth of the 
requesting creditor's debtor, where that information is 
known to the requesting creditor.
(4)  A written demand may be served on a replying creditor
	(a)	at the most recent address shown for the replying creditor on 
the registration of the replying creditor's writ registered in 
the Personal Property Registry, or
	(b)	in any other manner by which a document may be served 
under this Regulation.
(5)  Subject to subsection (7), a replying creditor must, within 15 
days from the day of being served with a written demand, provide to 
the requesting creditor a written reply,
	(a)	in the case of an inquiry being made pursuant to subsection 
(2)(a),
	(i)	stating whether or not the requesting creditor's debtor is 
the same person as the replying creditor's debtor, or
	(ii)	if the replying creditor does not know whether or not 
the requesting creditor's debtor is the same person as 
the replying creditor's debtor, stating that fact,
		and
	(b)	in the case of an inquiry being made pursuant to subsection 
(2)(b), stating the amount that is owing under the replying 
creditor's writ.
(6)  A distributing authority may exercise all of the powers of a 
requesting creditor under this section in the same manner as if it 
were a requesting creditor.
(7)  If a replying creditor fails, without reasonable excuse, to comply 
with a written demand, the requesting creditor, in addition to any 
other remedy provided under the Act or this Regulation, may apply 
to the court for an order requiring the replying creditor to comply 
with the written demand.
(8)  On an application made under subsection (7), the Court may 
make an order requiring the replying creditor to comply with the 
written demand, and may give any other order the Court considers 
appropriate in the circumstances.
(9)  An application referred to in subsection (7) may be made ex 
parte unless the Court directs otherwise.
Part 1.3 
Information Regarding  
Enforcement Debtors
Debtor to provide information
35.09   For the purposes of determining the ability of an 
enforcement debtor to satisfy the claims of enforcement creditors, an 
enforcement creditor may require the enforcement debtor to provide 
information in accordance with this Part.
Financial report of debtor
35.10(1)  An enforcement creditor may, on written notice to an 
enforcement debtor, require the enforcement debtor to provide to the 
enforcement creditor a financial report of the enforcement debtor 
verified by statutory declaration.
(2)  Within 15 days from the day on which the enforcement debtor is 
served with a notice under subsection (1), the enforcement debtor 
must provide the enforcement debtor's financial report to the 
enforcement creditor.
(3)  Once an enforcement debtor has provided a financial report to an 
enforcement creditor under subsection (2), no enforcement creditor 
may, without an order of the Court, require the enforcement debtor 
to provide another financial report under subsection (1) until one 
year has expired from the day on which the enforcement debtor 
provided the previous financial report.
(4)  Where an enforcement creditor has been provided with a 
financial report of an enforcement debtor under subsection (2), the 
enforcement creditor must, within 15 days of being provided with 
the financial report, register in the Personal Property Registry a 
status report for the writ indicating that the enforcement debtor has 
provided the enforcement creditor with the financial report.
(5)  An enforcement creditor who has been provided with a financial 
report of an enforcement debtor under subsection (2) must, on a 
written request made by any other enforcement creditor of that 
enforcement debtor and the tendering of a fee of $25, provide to that 
other enforcement creditor a copy of that financial report.
Questioning of debtor
35.11(1)  On service of a written notice on an enforcement debtor 
by an enforcement creditor, the enforcement creditor may require the 
enforcement debtor to attend for questioning under oath by the 
enforcement creditor with respect to matters referred to in section 
35.12.
(2)  A notice served on an enforcement debtor under subsection (1) 
must be served on the enforcement debtor at least 5 days before the 
day on which the enforcement debtor is required to attend for 
questioning.
(3)  Once an enforcement creditor has questioned an enforcement 
debtor under subsection (1), that enforcement creditor may not, 
without an order of the Court, again question that enforcement 
debtor under subsection (1) until one year has elapsed from the day 
of that previous questioning.
Matters subject to questioning
35.12(1)  An enforcement debtor may be questioned on matters in 
respect of the following:
	(a)	the property and financial means that the enforcement debtor 
had when the liability to which the judgment relates was 
incurred or, if the judgment is for costs only, when the 
proceedings were commenced;
	(b)	the property and financial means that the enforcement debtor 
presently has;
	(c)	any disposal of property made by the enforcement debtor 
since incurring the liability or, if the judgment is for costs 
only, since the proceedings were commenced;
	(d)	any matter relating to exemptions;
	(e)	where the enforcement debtor is a corporation, the name and 
address of, and any other pertinent information relating to, 
any director or officer or any former director or officer of the 
corporation.
(2)  In addition to questioning an enforcement debtor in respect of 
matters referred to in subsection (1), where an enforcement debtor 
has provided a financial report under section 35.10, the enforcement 
creditor may, in conducting questioning under section 35.11, 
question the enforcement debtor respecting the financial report.
Questioning of employees
35.13   Where the enforcement debtor is not a corporation, an 
enforcement creditor may, on an order of the Court, question under 
oath any employee of the enforcement debtor with respect to any 
matter about which the enforcement creditor may question the 
enforcement debtor.
Questioning of directors, officers and employees of a corporation 
35.14(1)  Where the enforcement debtor is a corporation, an 
enforcement creditor may, for the purposes of questioning the 
enforcement debtor, question under oath any director or officer of 
the corporation.
(2)  On an order of the Court, an enforcement creditor may question 
under oath
	(a)	an employee of the corporation, or
	(b)	a former director, officer or employee of the corporation
with respect to any matter about which the enforcement creditor may 
question a director or officer of the corporation.
Questioning of transferee
35.15(1)  Where an enforcement debtor has transferred exigible 
property to another person
	(a)	after the date when the liability or debt that was the subject of 
the action was incurred, or
	(b)	if the judgment is for costs only, after the date of the 
commencement of the action,
the Court may by order direct that other person to attend before a 
person named in the order and be questioned under oath.
(2)  If the transferee referred to in subsection (1) is a corporation, the 
enforcement creditor may, on an order of the Court, question any 
present or former director, officer or employee of the corporation.
(3)  A person questioned under this section may be questioned in 
respect of the following matters:
	(a)	the property transferred;
	(b)	the disposal of any property by the enforcement debtor after 
the dates referred to in subsection (1);
	(c)	any debts owing by the transferee to the enforcement debtor;
	(d)	any other matter specified in the order.
Person in possession of exigible property
35.16(1)  Where the Court is satisfied that there are reasonable 
grounds for believing that another person is in possession of or has 
control over exigible property of an enforcement debtor, the Court 
may by order direct that other person to attend before a person 
named in the order and be questioned under oath.
(2)  If the other person in possession of the exigible property is a 
corporation, the enforcement creditor may, on an order of the Court, 
question any present or former director, officer or employee of the 
corporation.
(3)  A person questioned under this section may be questioned in 
respect of the following matters:
	(a)	the exigible property that is in the possession or under the 
control of the other person referred to in subsection (1);
	(b)	the means by which the exigible property came into the 
possession or under the control of the other person referred to 
in subsection (1);
	(c)	any other matter specified in the order.
Enforcement of duties
35.17   If a person who is required under this Part to provide a 
financial report, submit to questioning or provide a copy of a 
financial report fails to do so or fails to answer a question that may 
properly be asked of that person, the Court may, on application, do 
one or more of the following:
	(a)	direct that the person comply with the requirements under 
this Part or answer the question, as the case may be;
	(b)	hold the person in civil contempt;
	(c)	make any other order that the Court considers appropriate in 
the circumstances.
Alberta Rules of Court apply
35.18   Unless a matter is otherwise provided for under this Part, the 
provisions of Part 5 of the Alberta Rules of Court apply, with any 
necessary modification, to questioning under this Part.
Part 1.4 
Garnishment
Definitions
35.19   In this Part,
	(a)	"amount of all relevant claims" means the total of
	(i)	the amount outstanding on all related writs that are in 
force against the debtor, and
	(ii)	where a garnishee summons is authorized by an 
attachment order, the amount authorized to be attached 
in respect of the prejudgment claimant's claim;
	(b)	"creditor" means an enforcement creditor or a prejudgment 
claimant;
	(c)	"debtor" means an enforcement debtor or a defendant in 
respect of whom an attachment order has been granted;
	(d)	"expiry date", with respect to a garnishee summons, means 
the expiry date indicated in the garnishee summons or in the 
latest renewal statement served on the garnishee in 
accordance with section 35.28;
	(e)	"prejudgment claimant" means a claimant who has obtained 
an attachment order authorizing the clerk to issue a garnishee 
summons before judgment. 
Amounts outstanding
35.20   The amount outstanding at any relevant time 
	(a)	on a garnishee summons in respect of which no renewal 
statement or adjustment notice has been served on the 
garnishee is
	(i)	the amount for which the garnishee summons was 
issued
		less
	(ii)	any amount paid by the garnishee to the clerk on 
account of the garnishee summons,
		or
	(b)	on a garnishee summons in respect of which one or more 
renewal statements or adjustment notices have been served 
on the garnishee is
	(i)	the amount of all relevant claims as set out in the latest 
renewal statement or adjustment notice served on the 
garnishee
		less
	(ii)	any amount paid by the garnishee to the clerk after 
service of the latest renewal statement or adjustment 
notice.
Issuing of garnishee summons
35.21(1)  A creditor may require the clerk to issue a garnishee 
summons by
	(a)	filing with the clerk an affidavit in support of the garnishee 
summons, and either
	(i)	in the case of a prejudgment claimant, a copy of the 
attachment order authorizing the clerk to issue a 
garnishee summons, or
	(ii)	where the creditor is the Workers' Compensation 
Board, a certificate in the form set out in Schedule C to 
the Workers' Compensation Regulation (AR 325/2002),
		and
	(b)	providing the clerk with any other information that the clerk 
requires in order to issue the garnishee summons.
(2)  When the creditor has complied with this section, the clerk shall 
issue a garnishee summons in Form 11 in Schedule 4 for the amount 
of all relevant claims.
(3)  A garnishee summons is deemed to be issued against any current 
obligation or future obligation of the type indicated in the garnishee 
summons as being owed by the garnishee to the debtor.
Service
35.22(1)  In order for a garnishee summons to attach to an 
obligation, the garnishee summons must
	(a)	be served in triplicate on the garnishee in accordance with 
section 35.05, and
	(b)	be accompanied by a garnishee's compensation fee in the 
amount of $25.
(2)  For the purposes of garnishment, an obligation is owed to the 
debtor, even though it has been assigned, charged or encumbered by 
the debtor, if the assignment, charge or encumbrance is fraudulent as 
against the creditor.
(3)  An obligation that is owed to an enforcement debtor by a 
partnership carrying on business within Alberta may be attached if 
the garnishee summons is served on the partnership within Alberta, 
notwithstanding that one or more members of the partnership are 
resident outside Alberta.
Duties of garnishee
35.23(1)  This section does not apply to a garnishee summons that 
attaches employment earnings.
(2)  Within 15 days from the day of being served with a garnishee 
summons, a garnishee must do the following:
	(a)	if able, serve a copy of the garnishee summons on the debtor
	(i)	in accordance with section 35.05, or
	(ii)	by mailing a copy of the garnishee summons to the 
debtor by ordinary mail addressed to the current address 
of the debtor, as shown on the records of the garnishee;
	(b)	deliver to the clerk the garnishee's response referred to in 
subsection (5);
	(c)	pay to the clerk the lesser of 
	(i)	the amount outstanding on the garnishee summons, and
	(ii)	the amount payable to the debtor in respect of any 
current obligation attached by the garnishee summons,
		less the garnishee's compensation in the amount of $10.
(3)  When a future obligation that has been attached by a garnishee 
summons becomes payable, the garnishee must immediately
	(a)	deliver to the clerk the garnishee's response setting out
	(i)	the amount of the future obligation that is now payable, 
and
	(ii)	the amount that is being paid by the garnishee to the 
clerk on account of the garnishee summons, 
		and
	(b)	pay to the clerk the lesser of
	(i)	the amount outstanding on the garnishee summons, and
	(ii)	the amount of the future obligation that has become 
payable to the debtor,
		less the garnishee's compensation in the amount of $10.
(4)  For the purpose of subsections (2)(c) and (3)(b), the amount 
payable by the garnishee to the clerk in respect of a joint entitlement 
must, unless otherwise ordered by the Court, be calculated on the 
assumption that an equal portion of the joint entitlement is payable to 
each joint obligee.
(5)  For the purposes of subsection (2)(b), the garnishee's response 
must contain as much of the following as is applicable:
	(a)	either
	(i)	a certificate stating that the garnishee has delivered a 
copy of the garnishee summons to the debtor, or
	(ii)	a statement setting out the reason why the garnishee has 
been unable to deliver the garnishee summons to the 
debtor;
	(b)	the amount of any current obligation attached by the 
garnishee summons;
	(c)	the amount that is being paid by the garnishee to the clerk on 
account of the garnishee summons;
	(d)	where the garnishee summons has attached a future 
obligation, the following, if known:
	(i)	the date or dates on which the future obligation, or any 
portion of it, is expected to become payable;
	(ii)	the amount that is expected to be payable on each date 
referred to in subclause (i);
	(iii)	the nature of any contingencies that must be satisfied 
before the future obligation will become payable;
	(e)	where the garnishee summons has attached a joint 
entitlement,
	(i)	the name of each joint obligee other than the debtor, and
	(ii)	either
	(A)	the address of each joint obligee other than the 
debtor, or
	(B)	in the case of circumstances referred to in section 
82(c) of the Act, a certificate stating that the 
garnishee has delivered a copy of the garnishee 
summons to each joint obligee other than the 
debtor;
	(f)	if the garnishee disputes the existence of an attachable 
obligation, the grounds for the dispute;
	(g)	if the garnishee believes that an obligation against which the 
garnishee summons has been issued is or may be owed to a 
person other than the debtor,
	(i)	the reasons for that belief, and
	(ii)	the name and address of that other person;
	(h)	if another garnishee summons regarding the same obligation 
has previously been served on the garnishee and is still in 
effect,
	(i)	a statement stating that another garnishee summons 
regarding the same obligation is in effect, and
	(ii)	the expiry date of that other garnishee summons.
(6)  A garnishee who disputes the existence of an attachable 
obligation may pay the money to the clerk to be held by the clerk 
pending the determination of the dispute.
Grace period
35.24(1)  With respect to a garnishee summons, other than a 
garnishee summons that attaches employment earnings, a garnishee 
who pays an attached obligation to the debtor during the grace period 
determined in accordance with subsection (2) does not incur any 
liability under section 84 of the Act if the garnishee establishes to the 
satisfaction of the Court that
	(a)	the garnishee attempted in good faith to identify the 
obligation attached by the garnishee summons and to prevent 
it from being paid to the enforcement debtor, and
	(b)	either
	(i)	the payment was not authorized, permitted or effected 
by an officer, employee or agent of the garnishee who 
had actual knowledge of the garnishment before the 
payment was made, or
	(ii)	it was not reasonably possible in the circumstances to 
prevent the payment from being made to the debtor.
(2)  For the purposes of subsection (1), the grace period begins when 
the garnishee summons is served on the garnishee and ends
	(a)	at midnight on the day that the garnishee summons is served, 
if the garnishee summons is served on the office, branch or 
agent of the garnishee that is responsible for paying the 
attached obligation, or
	(b)	at midnight on the 7th day following the day that the 
garnishee summons is served on the garnishee, if service of 
the garnishee summons is effected otherwise than as stated 
under clause (a).
Employment earnings
35.25(1)  Unless the Court otherwise orders, a garnishee summons 
does not attach a debtor's employment earnings that are ordinarily 
payable at the end of the pay period during which the garnishee 
summons is served unless the garnishee summons is served on the 
garnishee
	(a)	at least 5 days before the end of the pay period, in the case of 
a pay period that is 10 days or less, and
	(b)	at least 10 days before the end of the pay period, in the case 
of a pay period that is more than 10 days.
(2)  Subsection (1) does not apply to any amount that the garnishee 
does in fact pay to the clerk under a garnishee summons.
(3)  Within 15 days from the day of service of the garnishee 
summons on a garnishee for the purpose of attaching employment 
earnings, the garnishee must
	(a)	if able, serve a copy of the garnishee summons on the debtor
	(i)	in accordance with section 35.05, or
	(ii)	by mailing a copy of the garnishee summons to the 
debtor by ordinary mail addressed to the current address 
of the debtor, as shown on the records of the garnishee,
		and
	(b)	deliver to the clerk a written response containing as much of 
the following as is applicable:
	(i)	a statement acknowledging or denying that the debtor is 
employed by the garnishee;
	(ii)	a statement indicating the frequency with which the 
debtor's employment earnings are paid to the debtor;
	(iii)	either
	(A)	a certificate stating that the garnishee has delivered 
a copy of the garnishee summons to the debtor, or
	(B)	a statement setting out the reasons why the 
garnishee has been unable to deliver the garnishee 
summons to the debtor;
	(iv)	if another garnishee summons against the debtor's 
employment earnings has previously been served on the 
garnishee and is still in effect,
	(A)	a statement stating that another garnishee 
summons against the debtor's employment 
earnings is in effect, and
	(B)	the expiry date of that other garnishee summons.
(4)  Within 5 days after the end of the debtor's last pay period in any 
month during which a garnishee summons is in effect, the garnishee 
must
	(a)	pay to the clerk the amount of the debtor's employment 
earnings for the month that are attached by the garnishee 
summons, less the garnishee's compensation in the amount 
of $10, and
	(b)	deliver to the clerk the statement required under section 
81(1)(c) of the Act.
(5)  Notwithstanding subsection (4), where a debtor's employment 
earnings are paid more frequently than monthly, the garnishee may 
elect to comply with subsection (4) at the end of each pay period, 
rather than at the end of the last pay period in each month.
(6)  If a garnishee elects under subsection (5) to comply with 
subsection (4) at the end of each pay period, the debtor's minimum 
and maximum employment earnings exemption for each pay period 
is determined by multiplying the monthly exemption by the number 
of days in the pay period and dividing the product by 30.
(7)  Section 78(d) of the Act does not apply to a subsequent 
garnishee summons where the garnishee summons that is already in 
effect was issued pursuant to the Maintenance Enforcement Act.
Service by enforcement creditor
35.26(1)  Instead of relying on a garnishee to serve a garnishee 
summons on an enforcement debtor, an enforcement creditor may at 
any time serve the garnishee summons on the enforcement debtor.
(2)  If an enforcement creditor serves a garnishee summons on an 
enforcement debtor,
	(a)	that service of the garnishee summons has the same effect as 
if the garnishee summons had been served on the 
enforcement debtor by the garnishee, and
	(b)	the enforcement creditor must complete the certificate 
referred to in section 35.23(5)(a)(i).
(3)  Nothing in this section shall be construed so as to remove from a 
garnishee any obligation to serve the garnishee summons on the 
enforcement debtor.
Money attached by prejudgment garnishee summons
35.27(1)  The clerk shall pay out money that is paid into Court 
pursuant to a prejudgment garnishee summons only as directed by 
the Court or as provided by this section.
(2)  Except as otherwise ordered by the Court, the money or the 
portion of the money referred to in subsection (1) necessary to 
satisfy any related writ that is in force against the debtor constitutes a 
distributable fund for the purposes of Part 11 of the Act when
	(a)	the clerk is satisfied that there is a related writ in force 
against the debtor, and
	(b)	the period of time referred to in section 35.30(1) has expired.
(3)  Except as otherwise ordered by the Court, if
	(a)	a discontinuance of the claimant's action has been filed or a 
judgment dismissing the claimant's action has been entered 
with the clerk, and
	(b)	there are no related writs in force against the debtor,
the clerk must pay the money referred to in subsection (1) to the 
debtor on the debtor's written request to do so.
Renewal
35.28(1)  This section applies to any garnishee summons except a 
garnishee summons that has been issued against a deposit account or 
joint account.
(2)  At any time within 60 days before the expiry date of a garnishee 
summons, the instructing creditor may require the clerk to issue a 
renewal statement by providing to the clerk a completed renewal 
statement in Form 12 in Schedule 4 in respect of the garnishee 
summons stating the amount outstanding on all related writs in force 
against the debtor.
(3)  When a renewal statement is served on the garnishee on or 
before the expiry date of the expiring garnishee summons, 
	(a)	the garnishee summons is renewed for a period of one year 
from its current expiry date, and
	(b)	the garnishee must, within 15 days from the day of being 
served with the renewal statement, update the status of any 
contingency referred to in the garnishee's response delivered 
to the clerk under section 35.23(2)(b).
(4)  A renewal statement is void if it is not served on the garnishee 
on or before the expiry date of the expiring garnishee summons.
(5)  There is no limit on the number of times that a garnishee 
summons may be renewed.
(6)  Notwithstanding section 78(d) of the Act, a subsequent 
garnishee summons issued against a joint account is effective if
	(a)	the garnishee summons already in effect did not attach any 
amount owing, or
	(b)	the subsequent garnishee summons issued against the joint 
account is authorized by the Court.
Change in amount outstanding
35.29   When a garnishee summons is in effect, any creditor may 
serve on the garnishee an adjustment notice setting out the amount of 
all relevant claims.
Distribution of funds
35.30(1)  Unless otherwise ordered by the Court, money paid into 
Court pursuant to a garnishee summons shall not be distributed 
under Part 11 of the Act until 15 days from the day that the debtor is 
served with the garnishee summons in accordance with section 
35.24, 35.25 or 35.26, as the case may be.
(2)  The clerk is not required to make a distribution where the 
distributable fund is less than $100.
(3)  The clerk may deduct from the funds being distributed a 
distribution fee in the amount set out in Schedule B to the Alberta 
Rules of Court.
Proposal to pay out
35.31   Where money has been paid into Court pursuant to a 
garnishee summons, the clerk may provide to a person who is shown 
in a Personal Property Registry search result as having a right or 
interest in that money a notice setting out the manner in which the 
clerk proposes to pay out that money.

11   The following is added before section 40.1:
Amount owing
40.01   The amount owing at any time on a writ is the total of
	(a)	the amount of the judgment in respect of which the writ was 
issued,
	(b)	the costs assessed as payable that are not included in the 
amount of the judgment, and
	(c)	interest owing in respect of the judgment and the costs 
referred to in clause (b),
less the amounts, if any, paid to the judgment creditor on account of 
the judgment.

12   Section 45(c)(ii) is amended by striking out "telecopier" 
and substituting "fax".

13   Section 48 is amended by adding the following after 
subsection (3):
(3.1)  For the purposes of this section, except in subsection (3)(a), 
notice may be provided by means of
	(a)	personal service on the person to be served, 
	(b)	recorded mail addressed to the person to be served, or
	(c)	leaving the document containing the notice with, or sending 
it by recorded mail to an address described in subsection 
(3.2) addressed to, the person to be served.
(3.2)  The address for the purposes of subsection (3.1)(c) is any of 
the following:
	(a)	the address of the place where the person to be served 
resides;
	(b)	if the person to be served carries on business at the address of 
the secured land that is the subject of the action, that address;
	(c)	if the address of the place where the person to be served 
resides is not known to the person attempting service and if 
the person to be served does not carry on business at the 
address of the secured land that is the subject of the action, 
	(i)	the address of the person to be served shown on the 
current title to the secured land, or
	(ii)	if the person to be served is named as a secured party in 
a current registration of a security interest in the 
Personal Property Registry, the address of that person as 
shown in the registration;
	(d)	in the case of an offeror or tenderer, the address of the offeror 
or tenderer shown in the offer or tender for the secured 
property.
(3.3)  Service is effected under subsection (3.1)(c)
	(a)	if the document is left at the address, on the date it is left, or 
	(b)	if the document is sent by recorded mail, on the earlier of
	(i)	the date confirmation of receipt is signed, or
	(ii)	7 days after the date on which the recorded mail is sent.
(3.4)  For the purposes of subsection (3)(a), service of the notice of 
intended sale must be provided by means of personal service or 
recorded mail on the enforcement debtor.

14   The following is added after section 48:
Service
48.1(1)  For the purposes of this Part, except in section 46(1)(b)(i) 
and (ii), notice may be provided by means of
	(a)	personal service on the person to be served, 
	(b)	recorded mail addressed to the person to be served, or
	(c)	leaving the document containing the notice with, or sending 
it by recorded mail to an address described in subsection (2) 
addressed to, the person to be served.
(2)  The address for the purposes of subsection (1)(c) is any of the 
following:
	(a)	the address of the place where the person to be served 
resides;
	(b)	if the person to be served carries on business at the address of 
the secured land that is the subject of the action, that address;
	(c)	if the address of the place where the person to be served 
resides is not known to the person attempting service and if 
the person to be served does not carry on business at the 
address of the secured land that is the subject of the action, 
	(i)	the address of the person to be served shown on the 
current title to the secured land, or
	(ii)	if the person to be served is named as a secured party in 
a current registration of a security interest in the 
Personal Property Registry, the address of that person as 
shown in the registration;
	(d)	in the case of an offeror or tenderer, the address of the offeror 
or tenderer shown in the offer or tender for the secured 
property.
(3)  Service is effected under subsection (1)(c)
	(a)	if the document is left at the address, on the date it is left, or 
	(b)	if the document is sent by recorded mail, on the earlier of
	(i)	the date confirmation of receipt is signed, or
	(ii)	7 days after the date on which the recorded mail is sent.
(4)  For the purposes of section 46(1)(b)(i) and (ii), notice must be 
provided by means of personal service or recorded mail on the 
enforcement debtor and every registered owner. 

15   Schedule 4 is amended
	(a)	by repealing Form 9 and substituting the following:
Form 9
	                                                                
	Civil Enforcement Agency File Number
Bailiff's Report
CREDITOR  	
DEBTOR  	
I,    Name of Bailiff   , of the City/Town of                      , Alberta 
report as follows:
(Describe in detail the action taken, including dates, times, addresses, 
name(s), documents completed, persons served and with what 
documents, where personal property was removed to, storage location 
and cost, changes to the original instructions and any other factual 
information that may be important to the instructing party or the civil 
enforcement agency.)
Is there an Addendum attached?    Yes  ?        No  ?
If yes, ___ [number] Addendum pages attached. (Each page forms part 
of this Report.)
I hereby certify that the information contained in this Report is true 
and complete. I understand that any false information may lead to 
charges under the Criminal Code (Canada) and could result in the 
suspension or cancellation of my appointment as a bailiff.
Dated at                               , Alberta, on                      , 20    . 
                   City/Town                                     Date
                                                         
            Signature of Bailiff
________________________    	
Print Name of Instructing Party	Print Name of Civil Enforcement Agency  
________________________    	
Address	Address
________________________    	
City/Town   Province   Postal Code	City/Town   Province   Postal Code
	                                                                            
	                                Toll-Free Telephone Number      Toll-Free Fax Number
	(b)	by adding the following after Form 9.1:
Form 10
Clerk's Stamp Filed & Issued
Financing Statement        Writ of Enforcement
           Civil Enforcement Act
Court Location 	
Court File Number 	
Type of Judgment 
                 Crown ?                  Employment Standards ?                   Other ? 
This writ authorizes enforcement proceedings in accordance with the Civil 
Enforcement Act.  The particulars of the writ are as follows:
DEBTOR    Individual ?	___Male      Other ?    Occupation  	 
	___Female	Date of Birth       (yyyy/mm/dd)   
	
Business Name or Last Name                First Name                Middle Name
	
Address                        City                            Province                    Postal Code
CREDITOR     Individual ?          Other ? P.P.R. Party Code 	
	
Business Name or Last Name                First Name                Middle Name
	
Address                        City                            Province                    Postal Code
?	Additional debtors and creditors and/or other information listed on attached 
addendum.
?	If claiming priority based on an attachment order or partial assignment, 
indicate previous P.P.R. registration number:  	
Date of judgment (or date judgment effective, if different)               (date)	
Amount of original judgment	   $                                        
Post-judgment interest	   $                                        
Costs		   $                                        
Current Amount Owing	   $                                        

	
SOLICITOR/AGENT	P.P.R. Party Code                                  
	 
Name in Full
	 
Address                                City                           Province                      Postal Code
	 
Area Code and Telephone Number   Fax Number    Call Box Number    Your Reference Number
To register against Serial Number Goods at Personal Property Registry, complete 
the following:
Serial Number (only applicable 
to serial number goods, e.g. 
motor vehicles)
Year
Make and Model
Category








                                                     
Authorized Signature  
                                                     
Print Name
                                                    	 
Control Number                	  Page      of     
Form 10.1 
Financing Statement        Writ of Enforcement
Addendum   
(If adding an alias, indicate Debtor's Block No. 	) 
	Court File Number                               
DEBTOR    Individual ?	___Male      Other ?    Occupation  	 
	___Female	Date of Birth       (yyyy/mm/dd)   
	
Business Name or Last Name                First Name                Middle Name
	
Address                        City                            Province                    Postal Code
(If adding an alias, indicate Debtor's Block No.: 	)
DEBTOR    Individual ?	___Male      Other ?    Occupation  	 
	___Female	Date of Birth       (yyyy/mm/dd)   
	
Business Name or Last Name                First Name                Middle Name
	
Address                        City                            Province                    Postal Code
	
CREDITOR     Individual ?          Other ? P.P.R. Party Code 	
	
Business Name or Last Name                First Name                Middle Name
	
Address                        City                            Province                    Postal Code
CREDITOR     Individual ?          Other ? P.P.R. Party Code 	
	
Business Name or Last Name                First Name                Middle Name
	
Address                        City                            Province                    Postal Code
?   ADDITIONAL INFORMATION


                                          
Control Number                	  Page      of     
Form 11
Clerk's Stamp Filed & Issued
QB Court File Number  	
Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta
Judicial Centre  	
CREDITOR
Address and Postal Code of Creditor  	
Creditor's Telephone/Fax Numbers  	
DEBTOR
Address and Postal Code of Debtor  	
Debtor's Telephone/Fax Numbers  	
GARNISHEE
Address and Postal Code of Garnishee  	
Garnishee's Telephone/Fax Numbers  	
FILED BY
Address and Postal Code of Filing Party  	
Filing Party's Telephone/Fax Numbers  	
Document          Garnishee Summons    
	?  before judgment    ?  after judgment
This Garnishee Summons is issued on 
            (date)               	  for $     (total amount)      
(The Creditor may adjust the amount by serving a Notice on the 
Garnishee).
The creditor intends to garnish the debtor's
	?	employment earnings
	?	deposit accounts
	?	money owing from other sources
The judgment is for alimony or maintenance. ?
When employment earnings are garnished for alimony or maintenance, 
Maintenance Enforcement Act employment exemptions apply.  Refer 
to the Maintenance Enforcement Regulation (AR 2/86) for more 
information.
This summons expires 	1.  in the case of a deposit account, 60 days 
from the date it was issued, unless it is a 
joint account, in which case this is a 
one-time obligation, and
	2.  in all other cases, one year from the date 
it was issued, unless it has been renewed.
Supporting Affidavit
1.	I am the Creditor or an agent/lawyer for the Creditor.
2.	According to the Judgment or Attachment Order, a Writ of 
Enforcement or Attachment Order has/has not been registered at 
the Personal Property Registry.
3.	I believe that the proposed Garnishee owes the Debtor money 
now or will owe the Debtor money in the future.
4.	The proposed Garnishee is in Alberta, or does business in Alberta 
notwithstanding that its payroll office is outside Alberta.
                                                                           
Signature of Creditor or Agent/Lawyer
                                                                           
Occupation
                                                                           
Printed Name of Creditor or Agent/Lawyer
Sworn/Affirmed in (Town or City)        , Alberta on 
            (Date)              , 20   .
	 
Commissioner for Oaths/Notary Public in and for the Province of 
Alberta
	 
Commissioner's Name and Commission's Expiry Date 
(please print)
To the Clerk
The Creditor has a Judgment/Attachment Order against the Debtor, 
and a Writ of Enforcement/Attachment Order has been registered at 
Personal Property Registry 
as      (11-digit PPR Registration Number)    
The amount specified in the Writ of 
Enforcement/Attachment Order is 	$                          
of which the present balance owing is	$                          
plus related writs (according to the 
attached search results)	$                          
plus probable costs	$                          
Total	$                          
Certificate of Service on the Debtor/Joint Obligee
I,    (print name of person who served the Garnishee Summons)	 
am the ? Garnishee/Agent for the Garnishee 
            ? Creditor/Agent for the Creditor
I certify that on         (Date of service of Garnishee Summons)	
I served        (Name of Debtor/Joint Obligee who was served)	
            ? personally
            ? by ordinary mail
with a true copy of the Garnishee Summons according to the Civil 
Enforcement Act.
Note: Only the Garnishee may serve a Garnishee Summons on a 
Debtor/Joint Obligee by ordinary mail unless otherwise ordered by the 
Court.
Dated:                            , 20    .
            	 
            Signature of person who served the summons
(If there is more than one Debtor/Joint Obligee, please complete an 
additional Certificate of Service for each Debtor/Joint Obligee who 
was served.)
Instructions for Garnishee
These instructions will help you to comply with the Garnishee 
Summons. They are taken from the following pieces of legislation:
Civil Enforcement Act, RSA 2000 cC-15
Civil Enforcement Regulation (AR 276/95)
Make cheques payable to the Minister of Finance and Enterprise and 
send, along with the required documents, to:

Future payments to the court clerk under this Garnishee Summons 
should be accompanied by a copy of the first page of this Garnishee 
Summons and an accounting.
Garnishee 
summons 
(which does not 
attach 
employment 
earnings)
Within 15 days of being served with the garnishee 
summons in triplicate with a $25 compensation 
fee, you must do the following:
1.	Serve a copy of the garnishee summons on 
the debtor (personally or by ordinary mail).
2.	Deliver to the court clerk a garnishee's 
response. See below for what this must 
contain.

3.	Pay to the court clerk the lesser of 
	(a)	the amount indicated on the first page 
of the garnishee summons, or
	(b)	the amount payable by you to the 
debtor according to your obligation to 
the debtor,
	minus $10 as a garnishee compensation.

	Where the garnishee summons seeks to affect 
a joint entitlement, you must pay to the court 
clerk, unless a court orders otherwise, an 
amount equal to the total amount of the fund 
divided equally amongst all the people with 
the joint entitlement. A garnishee summons 
that seeks to attach a joint deposit account 
only attaches a current obligation as defined 
in the Civil Enforcement Act.
Garnishee 
summons 
(which does not 
attach 
employment 
earnings) 
continued
The garnishee's response must contain as much of 
the following as is applicable:
1.	(a)	a Certificate of Service on the Debtor 
(found on the second page of this 
document) stating that you have 
delivered a copy of the garnishee 
summons to the debtor, or
	(b)	a statement setting out why you could 
not serve the garnishee summons on the 
debtor.

	Note:	Send the original certificate of 
service to the court clerk.
2.	The amount that you owe under your 
obligation to the debtor.
3.	The amount that you are paying to the court 
clerk.

4.	If you don't think that you have an obligation 
to pay the debtor that can be affected by the 
garnishee summons, please explain why.
5.	If you believe that the obligation that the 
garnishee summons is trying to affect is (or 
may be) owed to someone other than the 
debtor, give the reasons for your belief and 
the name and address of that other person.

6.	If you have already received another 
garnishee summons regarding the same 
obligation and that garnishee summons is still 
in effect, let the court clerk's office know in 
writing and give the court file number of the 
other garnishee summons. The court file 
number is on the front page of the garnishee 
summons.

7.	Where the garnishee summons seeks to affect 
a joint entitlement, the garnishee's response 
must contain the name of each person who 
has the joint obligation with the debtor and 
either

	(a)	the address of each person who has the 
joint obligation with the debtor, or
	(b)	a completed certificate of service 
(found on the second page of this 
document) stating that you have served 
a copy of this garnishee summons on 
each person who has the joint 
obligation with the debtor.
	Note:	If it is a joint account, it is a one-time 
obligation.

8.	Where the garnishee summons has attached a 
future obligation, that is, there is an amount 
that you must pay the debtor in the future, the 
garnishee's response must contain the 
following, if known:
	(a)	the date or dates on which the future 
obligation, or any part of it, is expected 
to become payable;
	(b)	the amount expected to be payable on 
each date set out above;

	(c)	any conditions that must be met before 
the future obligation will become 
payable.
	When the future obligation becomes payable, 
the garnishee's response must set out
	(a)	the amount that is now payable, and
	(b)	the amount that you are paying to the 
court clerk.
Garnishee 
summons 
(which attaches 
employment 
earnings)
Within 15 days of being served with the garnishee 
summons in triplicate with a $25 compensation 
fee, you must do the following:
1.	Serve a copy of the garnishee summons on 
the debtor (personally or by ordinary mail).
2.	Deliver to the court clerk a garnishee's 
response. See below for what this must 
contain.

3.	Within 5 days after the end of the debtor's 
last pay period for months affected by the 
garnishee summons, pay to the court clerk 
the debtor's net pay less
	(a)	the debtor's employment earnings 
exemption (see employment earnings 
exemptions listed below), and
	(b)	$10 as a garnishee compensation.

Net pay means the debtor's total earnings minus 
any amounts you are required to deduct for 
income tax, Canada Pension Plan contributions 
and employment insurance premiums. Any other 
deductions are taken from the debtor's exemption.
The garnishee's response must contain as much of 
the following as applicable:
1.	Whether or not you employ the debtor.

2.	How often you pay the debtor.
3.	Either
	(a)	a certificate of service on the debtor 
(found on the second page of this 
document) stating that you have 
delivered a copy of the garnishee 
summons to the debtor, or

	(b)	a statement setting out why you could 
not serve the garnishee summons on the 
debtor.
	Note:	Send the original certificate of 
service to the court clerk.

4.	If you have already received another 
garnishee summons against the debtor's 
employment earnings and that garnishee 
summons is still in effect, let the court clerk's 
office know in writing and give the court file 
number of the other garnishee summons. The 
court file number is on the front page of the 
garnishee summons.

At the end of the debtor's last pay period for each 
month during which the garnishee summons is in 
effect, you must deliver to the court clerk a 
written statement setting out:
1.	The debtor's total employment earnings for 
the pay periods that ended during the month.
2.	The amounts deducted from the total 
earnings to calculate the debtor's net pay for 
the month.
3.	The number of the debtor's dependants.
Employment 
earnings 
exemptions
Calculate the debtor's monthly employment 
earnings exemptions by adding together
	(a)	the debtor's minimum exemption, and
	(b)	half of the amount by which the 
debtor's net pay exceeds this minimum 
exemption.

For a debtor with no dependants, the minimum 
employment earnings exemption is $800 and the 
maximum is $2400. The minimum and maximum 
employment earnings exemptions increase by 
$200 for each dependant.
A dependant is:
1.	A person identified as a dependant by Court 
order.

2.	The spouse or adult interdependent partner of 
the debtor.
3.	Any child of the debtor under 18 years of age 
who lives with the debtor.
4.	Any relative of the debtor (or of the debtor's 
spouse/adult interdependent partner) who 
lives with the debtor and, because of mental 
or physical infirmity, depends financially on 
the debtor.

You are entitled to rely on, and act in accordance 
with, the debtor's written statement of the number 
of dependants he or she has.
You can get a worksheet from the court clerk's 
office to help you calculate the debtor's 
employment earnings exemption.
When employment earnings are garnished for 
alimony or maintenance, employment exemptions 
under the Maintenance Enforcement Act apply. 
Refer to the Maintenance Enforcement 
Regulation (AR 2/86) for more information.

If you pay the debtor's salary/wage more often 
than monthly, you can pay the court clerk at the 
end of each pay period instead of at the end of 
each month.
In this case, calculate the minimum and maximum 
employment exemptions for each pay period as 
follows:
1.	Multiply the monthly exemption by the 
number of days in the pay period.
2.	Divide this number by 30.
Form 12
Clerk's Stamp Filed & Issued
QB Court File Number  	
Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta
Judicial Centre  	
CREDITOR
Address and Postal Code of Creditor  	
Creditor's Telephone/Fax Numbers  	
DEBTOR
Address and Postal Code of Debtor  	
Debtor's Telephone/Fax Numbers  	
GARNISHEE
Address and Postal Code of Garnishee  	
Garnishee's Telephone/Fax Numbers  	
FILED BY
Address and Postal Code of Filing Party  	
Filing Party's Telephone/Fax Numbers  	
Document          Garnishee Summons Renewal Statement
TO THE ABOVE-NAMED GARNISHEE:
The Garnishee Summons in QB Court File number 	
issued on                          involving the above-noted parties expires on 
                     .  An Attachment Order/Writ of Enforcement has been 
registered at the Personal Property Registry as Registration Number 	.
This Renewal Statement renews the Garnishee Summons for one 
year from the date the expiring Garnishee Summons expires.  The 
updated amounts owing are as follows:
Balance owing is	$              
Plus related writs in effect against the
debtor (as per attached search results)	$              
Plus probable costs	$              
Total	$              
Any subsequent money paid into Court pursuant to this Garnishee 
Summons Renewal Statement should be accompanied by an 
accounting and a copy of the Garnishee Summons Renewal Statement.
Within 15 days of receiving this Garnishee Summons Renewal 
Statement, you must update the status of any contingency referred to in 
your response to the expiring Garnishee Summons.
Make cheques payable to The Minister of Finance and Enterprise 
and send to the court clerk of the Court of Queen's Bench at: 	.
Form 13 
Statutory Declaration
             Financial Statement of Debtor 	                           
                           (Individual Debtor)	File Number    
In accordance with the Alberta Rules of Court, you must, within 15 days of 
being served with this form, provide the completed form to the enforcement 
creditor.
A. Debtor Information (Please Print)
I, 		 
	Full Name	Telephone Number    
		 
	Aliases, Nicknames or Previous Names
of		, 
	Present Address:    Street Address               City         Province          Postal Code
	solemnly declare that the contents of this document are true and accurate.

How long have you lived 
at this address?









Day
Month
Year




Birthdate
Social 
Insurance No.
	
B. Dependants
Present Marital 
Status  
? Single
? Married
 
 
 



 

 

 

? Other



Day 

Month 

Year 


If Other, Specify

Name of Spouse or 
Adult Interdependent 
Partner
Birthdate of Spouse or 
Adult Interdependent 
Partner
Do you have any children living with    ?     ?	If yes, provide the dependant's full name, 
you who are legally dependent upon      Yes     No	age and relationship to you. 
you for financial support?
Full Name of Dependant
Age
Relationship to You












Do you have any other dependants        ?     ?	If yes, provide the dependant's full name, 
who are dependent on your financial     Yes      No	address, age and relationship to you, and 
support?		the reason for the dependant's 
			dependency.



Full Name
Age
Relationship to You


Address
Reason for Dependency



Full Name
Age
Relationship to You


Address
Reason for Dependency
	
C. Employment



Full Name of Current Employer
Telephone No.
Fax No.




Present Address of Employer
City
Province
Postal Code


Nature of Business
Position Occupied



Place of Employment, if different 
from employer's address
How frequently are 
you paid?
If you are paid by the 
hour, what is your 
hourly wage?


If you are paid monthly, what is your 
gross monthly wage or salary?
What is your net monthly wage or salary?
What deductions are made from your salary?  Provide complete listing.




Are you qualified as a tradesman, professional or 
otherwise?
?
Yes

?
No








If yes, state nature of qualifications or special training.



Do you receive bonuses from your 
employer?
?
Yes

?
No

If yes, when did you  
receive your last bonus?







On what basis are bonuses paid?


Do you expect to receive another	?    ?	If yes, when and for     
bonus in the near future?	Yes     No	how much?
Do you receive money in	?    ? 
the form of commission?	Yes     No
If yes, state type of work, amount of income received and the most recent 
commission received.


Do you receive money from	?    ? 
any part-time employment?	Yes     No
If yes, give employer's name, full address and telephone number and the amount of 
income.


Do you have any income-	?    ? 
producing hobbies?	Yes     No
If yes, state type of hobby and amount of income received per year.


List all other income not set out above (e.g. dividends, rental income, annuities, 
pensions, etc.).




Have you received any 	?    ?	Do you expect to receive	?  ?  
income tax refunds in the	Yes     No	any income tax refunds 	Yes     No 
past year?		in the near future?
If yes, when and for how much?


Are you a veteran?	?    ? 
	Yes     No
If yes, specify any veteran's benefits and allowances to which you are entitled.



What is the total income of your 
dependants from all sources?

	
D. Income from Business or Self-Employment
If you are self-employed or your business is a proprietorship or partnership, list the 
names, addresses and telephone numbers of any partners, principals or participants. 

Name
Address
Telephone No.


















Type of Business
Name of Business
Telephone No.



Business Location
Street Address




City
Province
Postal Code
Is this business a          ? proprietorship         ? partnership         ? corporation
What percentage of the   ?	What is the net book   ?	What is the estimated market 
business is owned by you?	value of the business?	value of the business? ?

Itemize your yearly income: salary, business, dividends and other.
Salary
$
Bonuses
$
Dividends
$
Other (automobile allowances, expenses, etc. Provide details.)
$

$

$

Itemize other benefits: company car, house, loans, saving plans, share purchase 
options, etc.

$

$

$

$

$

$

$
If business is a corporation, complete the following:
Are you an officer or director?	?    ?          Title 
	Yes     No

Total number of shares issued by the	Total number of shares of each class 
corporation and outstanding (describe	held by you: 
type and class of share):
Class
Number
Net Book Value
Class
Number
Net Book Value































Total amount of all loans payable to you 
by the corporation:
Terms of repayment:

Amount
$


Interest earned (if any)
$

 
Attach a copy of most recent financial statement.
	
E. Monthly Expenses
List all of your monthly debt payments (loans, credit cards, personal debts, etc.), 
specifying the following:
 
Type of Debt
 
To Whom Payable
Amount 
Outstanding
Monthly 
Payment




















List other personal liabilities (personal guarantees, encumbrances and debts 
specifically attached to personal property, etc.), specifying name and address of 
creditor, and amount of liability.
Name of Creditor
Address of Creditor
Amount
















List and give details regarding any other debts.


	
F. Assets
Real Estate
List all real estate (homes, rental properties, cottages, condominiums, etc.) both 
within and outside the Province of Alberta in which you own an interest, including 
municipal address, legal description, purchase price, balance owing and current 
market value.

Municipal 
Address
Legal 
Description
Purchase 
Price
Balance 
Owing
Current 
Market Value
1.





2.





3.





4.





List the name and address of any mortgagee for each property described above, as 
well as the date the mortgage was granted and the amount outstanding on the 
mortgage.

Name of 
Mortgagee
Address of 
Mortgagee
Date of Mortgage 
Granted
Amount Outstanding 
on Mortgage
1.




2.




3.




4.




Motor Vehicles
List all motor vehicles, including cars, trucks, farm machinery, construction 
equipment, recreational vehicles, aircraft, etc. in which you own an interest.

 
Type - Make - Model - Year
 
Serial No.
 
Purchase Price
Current Market 
Value
1.




2.




3.




4.




If any of the above vehicles are subject to any liens or encumbrances, specify:

 
Holder of Lien or Encumbrance
Date of Lien/ 
Encumbrance
Balance Owing on 
Lien/Encumbrance
1.



2.



3.



4.



Bank Accounts, etc.
List all chequing and savings accounts, term deposits, RRSPs, annuities, etc., 
specifying the following:

Type of 
Deposit
Name of 
Institution
Account 
No.
Branch 
Address
Amount
1.





2.





3.





4.





Also, specify whether there are any conditions attached to redemption of the 
accounts, and, if applicable, any expiry dates.

Conditions Attached to Redemption
Expiry Date, if Applicable
1.


2.


3.


4.


Shares and Securities 
If you have holdings in a corporation, complete the following:
List all shares, options, warrants, etc., and their current market value.

Name of 
Corporation
Type
Number
Current Market 
Value
Dividends
Date 
Payable
1.






2.






3.






List all bonds and debentures held and their current market value.

Name of Issuer
Class or Series
Quantity Held
Total Market Value
1.




2.




3.




List location of all certificates for all corporate holdings and the name(s) and 
address(es) of the respective broker(s).

Location of Security Certificates or Other 
Evidence of Ownership of Securities
Name and Address of Broker(s)
1.


2.


3.


4.


Trust Properties
List all properties or interests held by a trustee on your behalf.
        Description of Assets Held
Location of Assets
Name and Address of Trustee
1.



2.



3.



4.



Other Assets
List all other assets, specifying kind, value and location, and whether solely or 
jointly owned.
Type of Asset
Description
Sole Owner
Location
Value


Yes 
No


Interests in other  
businesses





Promissory notes,  
judgment debts





Loans and mortgages 
receivable





Pension plans, registered 
pension plans, 
self-administered pension 
plans, life insurance policies 
(cash surrender value)





























List all other assets, specifying kind, value and location, and whether solely or 
jointly owned  (e.g. art, jewellery, bullion, coins, cameras, household furniture and 
appliances, stereos, TVs, computers, crystal, dishwashers, etc.).
Description of Asset
Sole Owner
Location
Value

Yes
No

















	
G. Transfer of Property
Have you given away, sold, assigned or otherwise transferred any property (land, 
buildings, vehicles, money, household furnishings, etc.) to anyone within the past 
year? Specify details below.
Description of 
Property
To Whom 
Transferred
Date of 
Transfer
How Much Money, if Any, 
Was Recovered by You?
















	
H. Insurance
List all insurance policies in which you are a named beneficiary, including the 
insurance company granting the policy, the policy number, the amount, the person 
insured, the premium and its cash surrender value.
Insurance 
Company
Policy 
No.
Amount
Person 
Insured
Premium
Cash Surrender 
Value
























	
I. Parties Who Owe You Money
List all parties who owe you money.
Name
Address
Reason for Debt
Amount Owing
Status of Court 
Action, if Any




















	
J. Inheritances
List all estates in which you are the beneficiary of an inheritance.
Deceased's Name
Address
Value of Inheritance









	
K. Additional Income and Assets
List all income and assets not itemized above (e.g. legal action claims under 
insurance policies, etc.).



	
And I make this solemn declaration conscientiously believing it to be true and 
knowing that it is of the same force and effect as if made under oath.
DECLARED BEFORE ME at                              
Alberta, on                     ,                                                 	
                                                                    
A Commissioner for Oaths/Notary Public 
in and for the Province of Alberta
                                                                   
Print Name and Expiry Date
Form 14 
Statutory Declaration
             Financial Statement of Debtor 	                           
                           (Corporate Debtor)	File Number    
In accordance with the Alberta Rules of Court, the Corporation must, within 15 
days of being served with this form, provide the completed form to the 
enforcement creditor.
A. Debtor Information (Please Print)
I,     		 
	Full Name of Deponent
of		, 
	Address of Deponent	Telephone Number of Deponent
am the                                                       of       	 
            Position with Corporate Debtor	Name of Corporate Debtor             
of		 
	Address of Corporate Debtor	Telephone Number of Corporate Debtor
	and I solemnly declare that the contents of this document are true and accurate.
	
B. Assets
Real Estate
List all real estate (homes, rental properties, cottages, condominiums, etc.) both 
within and outside the Province of Alberta in which the corporation owns an 
interest, including municipal address, legal description, purchase price, balance 
owing and current market value.

Municipal 
Address
Legal 
Description
Purchase 
Price
Balance 
Owing
Current 
Market 
Value
1.





2.





3.





List the name and address of any mortgagee for each property described above, as 
well as the date the mortgage was granted and the amount outstanding on the 
mortgage.

Name of 
Mortgagee
Address of 
Mortgagee
Date of Mortgage 
Granted
Amount Outstanding 
on Mortgage
1.




2.




3.




Motor Vehicles
List all motor vehicles, including cars, trucks, farm machinery, construction 
equipment, recreational vehicles, aircraft, etc. in which the Corporation owns an 
interest.

Type - Make - Model - Year
Serial No.
Purchase 
Price
Current Market 
Value
1.




2.




3.




If any of the above vehicles are subject to any liens or encumbrance, specify.

Holder of Lien or 
Encumbrance
Date of Lien or 
Encumbrance
Balance Owing on 
Lien or Encumbrance
1.



2.



3.



List all fixtures, equipment and inventory.

Type - Make - Model - 
Year
Serial 
Number, if 
Applicable
Purchase 
Price
Current Market 
Value
1.




2.




3.




Bank Accounts
List all deposit accounts, term deposits, annuities, etc., specifying the following:

Type of 
Deposit
Name of 
Institution
Account 
No.
Branch 
Address
Amount
1.





2.





3.





Also, specify whether there are any conditions attached to redemption of the 
account, and, if applicable, any expiry dates.

Conditions Attached to Redemption
Expiry Date, if Applicable
1.


2.


3.


Receivables and Ongoing Contracts
List all receivables and ongoing contracts.

Name
Address
Amount Owing
1.



2.



3.



Shares and Securities 
If the corporation has holdings in a corporation, complete the following:
List all shares, options, warrants, etc., and their current market value.

Name of 
Corporation
Type
Number
Current 
Market 
Value
Dividends 
Payable (if 
any)
Date 
Payable
1.






2.






3.






List all bonds and debentures held and their current market value.

Name of Issuer
Class or Series
Quantity Held
Total Market Value
1.




2.




3.




List location of all certificates for all corporate holdings and their respective name(s) 
and address(es).

Location of Security Certificates or Other Evidence 
of Ownership of Securities
Name and Address of 
Broker(s)
1.


2.


3.


Trust Properties
List all properties or interests held by a Trustee on the Corporation's behalf.

Description of Assets Held
Location of Assets
Name and Address of 
Trustee
1.



2.



3.



Other Assets
List all other assets, specifying kind, value and location, and whether solely or 
jointly owned.
Type of Asset
Description
Sole Owner
Location
Value


Yes
No


Interest in other 
businesses





Promissory notes, 
judgment debts





Loans and mortgages 
receivable





List all other assets, specifying kind, value and location, and whether solely or 
jointly owned (e.g. art, jewellery, bullion).
Description of Asset
Sole Owner
Location
Value

Yes
No

















	
C. Transfer of Property
Has the corporation given away, sold, assigned or otherwise transferred any 
property (land, buildings, vehicles, money, equipment, inventory, etc.) outside the 
ordinary course of business within the past year? Specify details below.
Description of 
Property
To Whom 
Transferred
Date of 
Transfer
How Much Money, if Any, 
Was Recovered By the 
Corporation?












	
D. Insurance
List all insurance policies in which the corporation is named beneficiary, including 
the insurance company granting the policy, the policy number, the amount, the 
person insured, the premium and its cash surrender value.
Insurance 
Company
Policy 
No.
Amount
Person 
Insured
Premium
Cash Surrender 
Value
























	
E. Additional Income and Assets
List all income and assets not itemized above (legal action claims under insurance 
policies, etc.).



	
And I make this solemn declaration conscientiously believing it to be true and 
knowing that it is of the same force and effect as if made under oath.
DECLARED BEFORE ME at               
Alberta, on                ,                                
	                                                                   
                                                                   
A Commissioner for Oaths/Notary Public 
in and for the Province of Alberta
                                                                   
Print Name and Expiry Date

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



Alberta Regulation 117/2010
Court of Queen's Bench Act
JUDICIAL DISTRICTS REGULATION
Filed: July 14, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 258/2010) 
on July 14, 2010 pursuant to section 23 of the Court of Queen's Bench Act. 
Establishment of judicial districts
1(1)  The judicial districts of Alberta are established as follows, with 
the respective boundaries set out in Schedule 1 and as shown on the 
map set out in Schedule 2:
	(a)	Judicial District of Calgary;
	(b)	Judicial District of Drumheller/Hanna;


	(c)	Judicial District of Edmonton;
	(d)	Judicial District of Fort McMurray;
	(e)	Judicial District of Grande Prairie;
	(f)	Judicial District of Lethbridge/Macleod;
	(g)	Judicial District of Medicine Hat;
	(h)	Judicial District of Peace River;
	(i)	Judicial District of Red Deer;
	(j)	Judicial District of St. Paul;
	(k)	Judicial District of Wetaskiwin.
(2)  If any discrepancy exists between the description of the lands in 
Schedule 1 and the location of the lands shown on the map in Schedule 
2, the description prevails.
Coming into force
2   This Regulation comes into force on November 1, 2010.
Schedule 1 
 
Judicial District Boundaries
Judicial District of Calgary                      
The boundary of the Judicial District of Calgary is as follows: 
Commencing at the intersection of the north boundary of township 34 
and the east boundary of range 26, west of the 4th meridian; thence 
southerly along the east boundary of range 26 and its southerly 
production across the intervening correction line, west of the 4th 


meridian to the north boundary of township 29; thence easterly along 
said north boundary to the east boundary of range 25, west of the 4th 
meridian; thence southerly along said east boundary and its southerly 
production across the intervening correction line to the north boundary 
of township 24; thence easterly along the said north boundary to the 
east boundary of range 23, west of the 4th meridian; thence southerly 
along the said east boundary to the north boundary of township 23; 
thence easterly along the said north boundary to the east boundary of 
range 19, west of the 4th meridian; thence southerly along the said east 
boundary and its southerly production across the intervening correction 
line to its intersection with the left bank of the Bow River; thence 
downstream along the said left bank to its intersection with the north 
boundary of township 17; thence westerly along the said north 
boundary to the east boundary of range 26, west of the 4th meridian; 
thence southerly along the said east boundary to the north boundary of 
township 16; thence westerly along the said north boundary to the west 
boundary of the Province; thence in a general north-westerly direction 
along the said west boundary to its intersection with the north 
boundary of township 34; thence easterly along the said north 
boundary to the point of commencement.
Judicial District of Drumheller/Hanna
The boundary of the Judicial District of Drumheller/Hanna is as 
follows: Commencing at the intersection of the north boundary of 
township 33 with the east boundary of the Province; thence southerly 
along said east boundary to its intersection with the right bank of the 
Red Deer River; thence upstream along said right bank to its 
intersection with the north boundary of township 23, range 14, west of 
the 4th meridian; thence westerly along said north boundary to the east 
boundary of range 23, west of the 4th meridian; thence northerly along 
said east boundary to the north boundary of township 24; thence 
westerly along said north boundary to the east boundary of range 25, 
west of the 4th meridian; thence northerly along said east boundary 
and its southerly production across the intervening correction line to 
the north boundary of township 29; thence westerly along said north 
boundary to the east boundary of range 26, west of the 4th meridian; 
thence northerly along said east boundary of range 26 and its southerly 
production across the intervening correction line to the north boundary 
of township 34; thence easterly along said north boundary to the east 
boundary of range 14, west of the 4th meridian; thence southerly along 
said east boundary to the north boundary of township 33; thence 
easterly along said north boundary to the point of commencement.
Judicial District of Edmonton
The boundary of the Judicial District of Edmonton is as follows: 
Commencing at the intersection of the north boundary of township 76 
and the east boundary of range 19, west of the 4th meridian; thence 
southerly along the east boundary of range 19 and its southerly 
production across each intervening correction line to the right bank of 
the North Saskatchewan River; thence downstream along the said right 
bank to the east boundary of range 14, west of the 4th meridian; thence 
southerly along the said east boundary and its southerly production 
across the intervening correction line to the north boundary of 
township 53; thence easterly along the said north boundary to the east 
boundary of range 12, west of the 4th meridian; thence southerly along 
the said east boundary and its southerly production across each 
intervening correction line to the north boundary of township 45; 
thence westerly along the said north boundary to the east boundary of 
range 13, west of the 4th meridian; thence northerly along the said east 
boundary to the north boundary of township 46; thence westerly along 
the said north boundary to the east boundary of range 16, west of the 
4th meridian; thence northerly along the said east boundary to the 
north boundary of township 48; thence westerly along the said north 
boundary to the east boundary of range 18, west of the 4th meridian; 
thence northerly along the said east boundary to the north boundary of 
township 49; thence westerly along the said north boundary to the east 
boundary of range 20, west of the 4th meridian; thence northerly along 
the said east boundary to the north boundary of township 50; thence 
westerly along the said north boundary to its intersection with the most 
easterly right bank of the North Saskatchewan River in range 26, west 
of the 4th meridian; thence upstream along the said right bank to its 
intersection with the north boundary of township 44; thence westerly 
along the said north boundary to the west boundary of the Province; 
thence in a general north-westerly and northerly direction along the 
said west boundary to the north boundary of township 58; thence 
easterly along the said north boundary to its intersection with the right 
bank of the Smoky River; thence downstream along the said right bank 
to its intersection with the north boundary of township 64; thence 
easterly along the said north boundary to its intersection with the most 
westerly right bank of the Little Smoky River; thence downstream 
along the said right bank to its most easterly intersection with the north 
boundary of township 68; thence easterly along the said north 
boundary to the east boundary of range 3, west of the 5th meridian; 
thence northerly along the said east boundary to the north boundary of 
township 70; thence easterly along the said north boundary to its 
intersection with the left bank of the Athabasca River; thence 
downstream along the said left bank to its intersection with the east 
boundary of range 25, west of the 4th meridian; thence northerly along 
the said boundary and its southerly production across the intervening 
correction line to the north boundary of township 76; thence easterly 
along the said north boundary to the point of commencement.
Judicial District of Fort McMurray
The boundary of the Judicial District of Fort McMurray is as follows: 
Commencing at the northeast corner of the Province; thence southerly 
along the east boundary of the Province to its intersection with the 
north boundary of township 76; thence westerly along the north 
boundary of township 76 to the east boundary of range 21, west of the 
4th meridian; thence northerly along the said east boundary and its 
southerly production across each intervening correction line to the 
north boundary of township 92; thence westerly along the said north 
boundary to the 5th meridian; thence northerly along the said 5th 
meridian to the north boundary of the Province; thence easterly along 
the said north boundary to the point of commencement.
Judicial District of Grande Prairie
The boundary of the Judicial District of Grande Prairie is as follows: 
Commencing at the intersection of the west boundary of the Province 
with the right bank of the Peace River; thence downstream along the 
said right bank to its intersection with the north boundary of township 
80 in range 25, west of the 5th meridian; thence easterly along the 
north boundary of township 80 to its intersection with the right bank of 
the Smoky River; thence upstream along the said right bank to its 
intersection with the right bank of the Little Smoky River; thence 
upstream along the said right bank to its most westerly intersection 
with the north boundary of township 64; thence westerly along the said 
north boundary to its intersection with the right bank of the Smoky 
River; thence upstream along the said right bank to its intersection with 
the north boundary of township 58; thence westerly along the said 
north boundary to its intersection with the west boundary of the 
Province; thence northerly along the said west boundary to the point of 
commencement.
Judicial District of Lethbridge/Macleod
The boundary of the Judicial District of Lethbridge/Macleod is as 
follows: Commencing at the intersection of the north boundary of 
township 17 with the left bank of the Bow River; thence downstream 
along the said left bank and the left bank of the South Saskatchewan 
River to its intersection with the east boundary of range 13, west of the 
4th meridian; thence southerly along the said east boundary and its 
southerly production across the intervening correction line to the north 
boundary of township 9; thence easterly along the said north boundary 
to the east boundary of range 11, west of the 4th meridian; thence 
southerly along the said east boundary and its southerly production 
across each intervening correction line to the south boundary of the 
Province; thence westerly along the said south boundary to the west 
boundary of the Province; thence in a general northerly direction along 
the said west boundary to the north boundary of township 16; thence 
easterly along the said north boundary to the east boundary of range 
26, west of the 5th meridian; thence northerly along the said east 
boundary to the north boundary of township 17; thence easterly along 
the said north boundary to the point of commencement.
Judicial District of Medicine Hat
The boundary of the Judicial District of Medicine Hat is as follows: 
Commencing at the intersection of the right bank of the Red Deer 
River with the east boundary of the Province; thence southerly along 
the said east boundary to the south boundary of the Province; thence 
westerly along the said south boundary to its intersection with the east 
boundary of range 11, west of the 4th meridian; thence northerly along 
the said east boundary and its southerly production across each 
intervening correction line to the north boundary of township 9; thence 
westerly along the said north boundary to the east boundary of range 
13, west of the 4th meridian; thence northerly along the said east 
boundary and its southerly production across the intervening correction 
line to its intersection with the left bank of the South Saskatchewan 
River; thence upstream along the said left bank and the left bank of the 
Bow River to its intersection with the east boundary of range 19, west 
of the 4th meridian; thence northerly along the said east boundary and 
its southerly production across the intervening correction line to the 
north boundary of township 23; thence easterly along the said north 
boundary to its intersection with the right bank of the Red Deer River 
in range 14, west of the 4th meridian; thence downstream along the 
said right bank to the point of commencement.
Judicial District of Peace River
The boundary of the Judicial District of Peace River is as follows: 
Commencing at the intersection of the 5th meridian with the north 
boundary of the Province; thence southerly along the said 5th meridian 
to the north boundary of township 92; thence easterly along the said 
north boundary to the east boundary of range 21, west of the 4th 
meridian; thence southerly along the said east boundary and its 
southerly production across each intervening correction line to the 
north boundary of township 76; thence westerly along the said north 
boundary to the east boundary of range 25, west of the 4th meridian; 
thence southerly along the said east boundary and its southerly 
production across the intervening correction line to its intersection with 
the left bank of the Athabasca River; thence upstream along the said 
left bank to its intersection with the north boundary of township 70; 
thence westerly along the said north boundary to the east boundary of 
range 3, west of the 5th meridian; thence southerly along the said east 
boundary to the north boundary of township 68; thence westerly along 
the said north boundary to its intersection with the most easterly right 
bank of the Little Smoky River; thence downstream along the said 
right bank to its intersection with the right bank of the Smoky River; 
thence downstream along the said right bank to its intersection with the 
north boundary of township 80; thence westerly along the said north 
boundary to its intersection with the right bank of the Peace River in 
township 80, range 25, west of the 5th meridian; thence upstream 
along the said right bank to its intersection with the west boundary of 
the Province; thence northerly along the said west boundary to the 
north boundary of the Province; thence easterly along the said north 
boundary to the point of commencement.
Judicial District of Red Deer
The boundary of the Judicial District of Red Deer is as follows: 
Commencing at the intersection of the north boundary of township 36 
with the east boundary of the Province; thence southerly along the said 
east boundary to its intersection with the north boundary of township 
33; thence westerly along said north boundary to the east boundary of 
range 14, west of the 4th meridian; thence northerly along the said east 
boundary to the north boundary of township 34; thence westerly along 
the said north boundary to its intersection with the west boundary of 
the Province; thence in a general north-westerly direction along the 
said west boundary to its intersection with the north boundary of 
township 44; thence easterly along the said north boundary to its 
intersection with the right bank of the North Saskatchewan River; 
thence upstream along the said right bank to its intersection with the 
north boundary of township 41; thence easterly along the said north 
boundary to its intersection with the right bank of the Battle River in 
range 17, west of the 4th meridian; thence downstream along the said 
right bank to its intersection with the east boundary of range 11, west 
of the 4th meridian; thence southerly along the said east boundary and 
its southerly production across the intervening correction line to the 
north boundary of township 38; thence easterly along the said north 
boundary to the east boundary of range 8, west of the 4th meridian; 
thence southerly along the said east boundary to the north boundary of 
township 36; thence easterly along the said north boundary to the point 
of commencement.
Judicial District of St. Paul
The boundary of the Judicial District of St. Paul is as follows: 
Commencing at the intersection of the north boundary of township 76 
and the east boundary of the Province; thence southerly along the said 
east boundary to the north boundary of township 42; thence westerly 
along the said north boundary to the southerly production of the east 
boundary of range 6, west of the 4th meridian; thence northerly along 
the said southerly production and the east boundary of range 6, west of 
the 4th meridian, to the north boundary of township 43; thence 
westerly along the said north boundary to the east boundary of range 8, 
west of the 4th meridian; thence northerly along the said east boundary 
to the north boundary of township 44; thence westerly along the said 
north boundary to the east boundary of range 11, west of the 4th 
meridian; thence northerly along the said east boundary to the north 
boundary of township 45; thence westerly along the said north 
boundary to the east boundary of range 12, west of the 4th meridian; 
thence northerly along the said east boundary and its southerly 
production across each intervening correction line to the north 
boundary of township 53; thence westerly along the said north 
boundary to the east boundary of range 14, west of the 4th meridian; 
thence northerly along the said east boundary and its southerly 
production across the intervening correction line to its intersection with 
the right bank of the North Saskatchewan River; thence upstream 
along the said right bank to the east boundary of range 19, west of the 
4th meridian; thence northerly along the said east boundary and its 
southerly production across each intervening correction line to the 
north boundary of township 76; thence easterly along the said north 
boundary to the point of commencement.
Judicial District of Wetaskiwin
The boundary of the Judicial District of Wetaskiwin is as follows: 
Commencing at the intersection of the north boundary of township 42 
with the east boundary of the Province; thence southerly along the said 
east boundary to its intersection with the north boundary of township 
36; thence westerly along the said north boundary to the east boundary 
of range 8, west of the 4th meridian; thence northerly along the said 
east boundary to the north boundary of township 38; thence westerly 
along the said north boundary to the southerly production of the east 
boundary of range 11, west of the 4th meridian; thence northerly along 
the said production, across the intervening correction line and along 
the said east boundary to its intersection with the right bank of the 
Battle River; thence upstream along the said right bank to its 
intersection with the north boundary of township 41; thence westerly 
along the said north boundary to its intersection with the right bank of 
the North Saskatchewan River; thence downstream along the said right 
bank to its most easterly intersection with the north boundary of 
township 50 in range 26, west of the 4th meridian; thence easterly 
along the said north boundary to the east boundary of range 20, west of 
the 4th meridian; thence southerly along the said east boundary to the 
north boundary of township 49; thence easterly along the said north 
boundary to the east boundary of range 18, west of the 4th meridian; 
thence southerly along the said east boundary to the north boundary of 
township 48; thence easterly along the said north boundary to the east 
boundary of range 16, west of the 4th meridian; thence southerly along 
the said boundary and its southerly production across the intervening 
correction line to the north boundary of township 46; thence easterly 
along the said north boundary to the east boundary of range 13, west of 
the 4th meridian; thence southerly along the said east boundary to the 
north boundary of township 45; thence easterly along the said north 
boundary to the east boundary of range 11, west of the 4th meridian; 
thence southerly along the said east boundary to the north boundary of 
township 44; thence easterly along the said north boundary to the east 
boundary of range 8, west of the 4th meridian; thence southerly along 
the said east boundary to the north boundary of township 43; thence 
easterly along the said north boundary to the east boundary of range 6, 
west of the 4th meridian; thence southerly along the said east boundary 
and its southerly production across the intervening correction line to 
the north boundary of township 42; thence easterly along the said north 
boundary to the point of commencement.
Schedule 2
 



Alberta Regulation 118/2010
Health Information Act
ALBERTA ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORD REGULATION
Filed: July 14, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 118/2010) 
on July 14, 2010 pursuant to section 56.8 of the Health Information Act. 


Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	Designation of information manager
	3	Eligibility requirements to become an authorized custodian
	4	Prescribed health information
	5	Manner in which prescribed health information must be made 
accessible by regulated health professional
	6	Logging capacity required
	7	Audit of information logs
	8	Expiry
	9	Coming into force
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Act" means the Health Information Act;
	(b)	"electronic health record information system" means the 
system used by an authorized custodian to collect, use and 
disclose health information about an individual.
Designation of information manager
2   The Department is designated the information manager of the 
Alberta EHR.
Eligibility requirements to become an authorized custodian
3(1)  For the purposes of section 56.1(b)(ii) of the Act, the eligibility 
requirements that a custodian must meet in order to become an 
authorized custodian are as follows:
	(a)	the custodian must establish or adopt policies and procedures 
in accordance with section 63 of the Act;
	(b)	the custodian must prepare and submit to the Commissioner a 
privacy impact assessment in accordance with section 64 of 
the Act;
	(c)	the custodian must complete a Provincial Organizational 
Readiness Assessment established by the Department or meet 
any security requirements established by the Department, as 
directed by the Department;


	(d)	the custodian must enter into an Information Manager 
Agreement with the Department;
	(e)	the custodian must obtain approval for access to the Alberta 
EHR from the Department;
	(f)	subject to subsection (2), in the case of a custodian who is a 
regulated health professional, the health professional body of 
which the custodian is a member must have in place within 
12 months after the coming into force of this Regulation 
standards of practice respecting
	(i)	the management of information in records, and
	(ii)	the management of electronic records, including, 
without limitation, standards respecting the protection, 
privacy and security of electronic records.
(2)  Subsection (1)(f) does not apply in respect of a custodian who 
meets the requirements set out in subsection (1)(a) to (e) within 12 
months from the coming into force of this Regulation.
(3)  Despite subsections (1) and (2), any custodian who immediately 
before the coming into force of this Regulation was a participating 
custodian as defined in the Information Exchange Protocol under 
Alberta Netcare is an authorized custodian.
Prescribed health information
4   For the purposes of section 56.1(c) of the Act, prescribed health 
information in respect of an individual includes
	(a)	personal demographic information that uniquely identifies 
the individual,
	(b)	information that uniquely identifies health service providers 
who provide health services to the individual,
	(c)	information about where health services are performed on 
and delivered to the individual,
	(d)	information about key clinical events at the point of care in 
respect of the individual,
	(e)	known allergies and intolerances of the individual,
	(f)	immunizations of the individual,
	(g)	prescription information in respect of the individual,
	(h)	dispensing information relating to prescriptions in respect of 
the individual,
	(i)	drug-to-drug interaction alerts in respect of the individual,
	(j)	laboratory test results of the individual,
	(k)	diagnostic imaging reports and tests of the individual,
	(l)	diagnostic imaging digital images of the individual, and
	(m)	other medical reports of the individual.
Manner in which prescribed health information must be made accessible 
by regulated health professional
5   For the purposes of section 56.3(1) of the Act, a regulated health 
professional must make prescribed health information accessible to 
authorized custodians via the Alberta EHR in accordance with the 
written directions issued by
	(a)	the health professional body of which the regulated health 
professional is a member, or 
	(b)	the Minister.
Logging capacity required
6(1)  A custodian must ensure its electronic health record information 
system creates and maintains logs containing the following 
information:
	(a)	user identification and application identification associated 
with an access;
	(b)	name of user and application that performs an access;
	(c)	role or job functions of user who performs an access;
	(d)	date of an access;
	(e)	time of an access;
	(f)	actions performed by a user during an access, including, 
without limitation, creating, viewing, editing and deleting 
information;
	(g)	name of facility or organization at which an access is 
performed;
	(h)	display screen number or reference;
	(i)	personal health number of the individual in respect of whom 
an access is performed;
	(j)	name of the individual in respect of whom an access is 
performed;
	(k)	any other information required by the Minister.
(2)  This section applies only to electronic health record information 
systems established after the coming into force of this section.
Audit of information logs
7   The information manager of the Alberta EHR shall conduct an 
audit each month of the information logs of the Alberta EHR.
Expiry
8   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.
Coming into force
9   This Regulation comes into force on the coming into force of 
section 20 of the Health Information Amendment Act, 2009.


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Alberta Regulation 119/2010
Health Information Act
HEALTH INFORMATION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: July 14, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 264/2010) 
on July 14, 2010 pursuant to section 108 of the Health Information Act.
1   The Health Information Regulation (AR 70/2001) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 2 is amended
	(a)	by renumbering it as section 2(1);
	(b)	in subsection (1) by repealing clauses (e) to (g) and 
substituting the following:


	(e)	Calgary and South Mental Health Review Panel;
	(f)	Edmonton and North Mental Health Review Panel;
	(g)	Central Alberta Mental Health Review Panel;
	(c)	by adding the following after subsection (1):
(2)  The following health services providers are designated 
custodians for the purposes of section 1(1)(f)(ix) of the Act:
	(a)	regulated members of the Alberta College of 
Pharmacists;
	(b)	regulated members of the Alberta College of 
Optometrists;
	(c)	registered members of the Alberta Opticians 
Association;
	(d)	regulated members of the Alberta College and 
Association of Chiropractors;
	(e)	regulated members of the College of Physicians and 
Surgeons of the Province of Alberta;
	(f)	registered members of the Alberta Association of 
Midwives;
	(g)	registered members of the Alberta Podiatry Association;
	(h)	regulated members of the College of Alberta Denturists;
	(i)	regulated members of the Alberta Dental Association 
and College;
	(j)	regulated members of the College of Registered Dental 
Hygienists of Alberta;
	(k)	regulated members of the College and Association of 
Registered Nurses of Alberta.
(3)  The Alberta Rare Diseases Clinical Review Panel is 
designated as a custodian for the purposes of section 
1(1)(f)(xiv) of the Act.

3   The following is added after section 2:
Designating custodian as affiliate
2.1(1)  A custodian who wishes to become an affiliate of another 
custodian must, in the form approved by the Minister, apply to the 
Minister for a designation.
(2)  A custodian may not apply under subsection (1) unless the 
custodian has first obtained written consent from the other custodian 
to become its affiliate.
(3)  On receiving an application described in subsection (1), the 
Minister may make an order designating the custodian as the affiliate 
of another custodian if the Minister is of the opinion that it is 
appropriate to make the order, having regard to
	(a)	the public interest,
	(b)	the ability of the applicant to provide individuals with 
reasonable access to their personal health information,
	(c)	the ability of the applicant to comply with the Act, and
	(d)	whether designating the applicant as an affiliate will improve 
the efficiency and effectiveness of applying the Act.
(4)  An affiliate wishing to resume its duties as a custodian may do 
so by providing the Minister with written notice in the form 
approved by the Minister.

4   The following is added after section 3:
Exclusion from definition of health service
3.1   For the purposes of section 1(1)(m) of the Act, the following 
services are excluded from the definition of health service:
	(a)	the review, interpretation or assessment by a health services 
provider of
	(i)	results from a drug or alcohol test performed on a 
bodily substance from an individual, but only to the 
extent necessary or reasonably required to determine the 
individual's fitness to work,
	(ii)	results 
	(A)	from medical, health or biological monitoring of 
an individual, or
	(B)	from medical or health surveillance of an 
individual,
		but only to the extent necessary or reasonably required 
to protect the health of workers or to determine the 
individual's fitness to work, or
	(iii)	results from a medical or health assessment of an 
individual, but only to the extent necessary or 
reasonably required to determine the individual's fitness 
to work;
	(b)	the review, interpretation or assessment of health information 
about workers collected under the Occupational Health and 
Safety Act by the Director of Medical Services for the 
purposes of protecting the health and safety of workers;
	(c)	an independent medical examination of an individual, or a 
review of the health information of an individual, by a health 
services provider who is not involved in the treatment and 
care of the individual for the purpose of determining benefits 
or coverage, or both, for insurance purposes;
	(d)	services, including parenting psychological assessments, 
neuro-psychological assessments and individual or group 
counselling, provided by psychologists to children and 
families at the request of a director under the Child, Youth 
and Family Enhancement Act;
	(e)	the review, interpretation or assessment by a health services 
provider of results from a drug or alcohol test performed by a 
laboratory on a bodily substance from an individual at the 
request of a director under the Child, Youth and Family 
Enhancement Act.

5   Section 5(2) is amended by adding the following after 
clause (g.2):
	(g.3)	the Minister of Seniors and Community Supports for the 
purpose of administering the Assured Income for the 
Severely Handicapped Program;

6   The following is added after section 7.1:
Information manager agreement
7.2   For the purposes of section 66(2) of the Act, an agreement 
between a custodian and an information manager must 
	(a)	identify the objectives of the agreement and the principles to 
guide the agreement,
	(b)	indicate whether or not the information manager is permitted 
to collect health information from any other custodian or 
from a person and, if so, describe that health information and 
the purpose for which it may be collected,
	(c)	indicate whether or not the information manager may use 
health information provided to it by the custodian and, if so, 
describe that health information and the purpose for which it 
may be used,
	(d)	indicate whether or not the information manager may 
disclose health information provided to it by the custodian 
and, if so, describe that health information and the purpose 
for which it may be disclosed,
	(e)	describe the process for the information manager to respond 
to access requests under Part 2 of the Act or, if the 
information manager is not to respond to access requests, 
describe the process for referring access requests for health 
information to the custodian itself,
	(f)	describe the process for the information manager to respond 
to requests to amend or correct health information under Part 
2 of the Act or, if the information manager is not to respond 
to requests to amend or correct health information, describe 
the process for referring access requests to amend or correct 
health information to the custodian itself,
	(g)	describe how health information provided to the information 
manager is to be protected, managed, returned or destroyed 
in accordance with the Act, 
	(h)	describe how the information manager is to address an 
expressed wish of an individual relating to the disclosure of 
that individual's health information or, if the information 
manager is not to address an expressed wish of an individual 
relating to the disclosure of that individual's health 
information, describe the process for referring these requests 
to the custodian itself, and
	(i)	set out how an agreement can be terminated.

7   Section 8 is amended by adding the following after 
subsection (5):
(5.1)  Subsection (4) does not apply to the following health 
information about an individual when the health information is 
disclosed by the Department to a bank, credit union, credit union 
central, loan corporation, trust corporation or the Alberta Treasury 
Branches for the purpose of facilitating bill payments or the 
collection of premiums:
	(a)	name, in any form;
	(b)	signature;
	(c)	home, business and mailing addresses, electronic address and 
telecommunications numbers;
	(d)	personal health number or any other unique identification 
number that is used to identify the individual as eligible for, 
or a recipient of, a health service;
	(e)	billing information, including the following:
	(i)	information about amounts owed by the individual to 
the custodian;
	(ii)	method of payment;
	(iii)	the individual's account number;
	(iv)	if another person is liable for or will be billed for the 
amount owed by the individual, that person's name and 
account number.

8   Section 14 is amended by striking out "November 30, 2012" 
and substituting "April 30, 2015".

9(1)  Subject to this section, this Regulation comes into 
force on the coming into force of section 2 of the Health 
Information Amendment Act, 2009.
(2)  Section 2, to the extent it enacts section 2(2)(i) and (j) of 
the Health Information Regulation (AR 70/2001), comes into 
force 6 months after the coming into force of this section.
(3)  Section 2, to the extent it enacts section 2(2)(k) of the 
Health Information Regulation (AR 70/2001), comes into 
force 12 months after the coming into force of this section.