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Alberta Regulation 171/2010
Livestock Industry Diversification Act
LIVESTOCK INDUSTRY DIVERSIFICATION (MINISTERIAL) 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 22, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development 
(M.O. 13/2010) on October 21, 2010 pursuant to section 34 of the Livestock Industry 
Diversification Act. 
1   The Livestock Industry Diversification (Ministerial) 
Regulation (AR 256/91) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 15.1 is amended by striking out "October 31, 2010" 
and substituting "October 31, 2013".


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Alberta Regulation 172/2010
Alberta Human Rights Act
HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION AND MULTICULTURALISM FUND 
GRANT AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 28, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 361/2010) 
on October 28, 2010 pursuant to section 14 of the  Alberta Human Rights Act.
1   The Human Rights Education and Multiculturalism Fund 
Grant Regulation (AR 13/2000) is amended by this 
Regulation.

2   Section 10 is amended by striking out "November 30, 2010" 
and substituting "March 31, 2013".



Alberta Regulation 173/2010
Municipal Government Act
CITY OF EDMONTON THE QUARTERS DOWNTOWN COMMUNITY 
REVITALIZATION LEVY REGULATION
Filed: October 28, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 362/2010) 
on October 28, 2010 pursuant to section 381.5 of the Municipal Government Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions


	2	Scope of Regulation
	3	Establishment of community revitalization levy area
	4	Community revitalization plan
 	5	Community revitalization levy bylaw
	6	Borrowing bylaw
	7	Preparation of assessments
	8	Community revitalization assessment roll
	9	Community revitalization levy roll
	10	Community revitalization levy rate bylaw
	11	Calculating amount of levy
	12	Separate fund required
	13	Application of Parts 9 to 12 of Act
	14	Termination of a community revitalization levy bylaw
	15	Expiry 
 
Schedule
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Act" means the Municipal Government Act;
	(b)	"assessment baseline" means the property assessment of each 
property within The Quarters Downtown Community 
Revitalization Levy Area as of December 31 of the year in 
which the community revitalization levy bylaw is approved 
by the Lieutenant Governor in Council;
	(c)	"community revitalization levy bylaw" means a bylaw 
passed by the council to impose a levy in respect of the 
incremental assessed value of property in The Quarters 
Downtown Community Revitalization Levy Area;
	(d)	"community revitalization levy rate" means the rate imposed 
under a community revitalization levy bylaw for the 
applicable assessment class or sub-class of property;
	(e)	"council" means the council of the City of Edmonton;
	(f)	"incremental assessed value" has the meaning given to it in 
section 381.1(a) of the Act;
	(g)	"property" has the meaning given to it in section 284(1)(r) of 
the Act;
	(h)	"The Quarters Downtown Community Revitalization Levy 
Area" means the City of Edmonton community revitalization 
levy area established pursuant to section 3.
Scope of Regulation
2(1)  This Regulation applies only to property located in The Quarters 
Downtown Community Revitalization Levy Area.
(2)  Sections 6 to 14 apply only if
	(a)	the council passes a community revitalization levy bylaw in 
respect of The Quarters Downtown Community 
Revitalization Levy Area, and
	(b)	the Lieutenant Governor in Council approves the community 
revitalization levy bylaw.
Establishment of community revitalization levy area
3   This Regulation establishes a community revitalization levy area in 
the City of Edmonton, known as The Quarters Downtown Community 
Revitalization Levy Area, on the lands described in the Schedule.
Community revitalization plan
4(1)  Before passing a community revitalization levy bylaw in respect 
of The Quarters Downtown Community Revitalization Levy Area, the 
council must
	(a)	prepare a community revitalization plan for The Quarters 
Downtown Community Revitalization Levy Area,
	(b)	hold one or more public hearings on the proposed community 
revitalization plan in accordance with section 606 of the Act, 
and
	(c)	make and keep a record of any public hearings, and make the 
results of those public hearings available to the public.
(2)  A community revitalization plan must address
	(a)	the objectives, risks and benefits associated with the plan,
	(b)	the need for the plan, including substantiation that 
redevelopment will not progress significantly in its absence,
	(c)	the costs associated with the plan, including the amount and 
timing of projected
	(i)	redevelopment capital costs,
	(ii)	borrowing costs, and
	(iii)	other costs,
	(d)	the revenues associated with the plan, including the amount 
and timing of projected
	(i)	community revitalization levies in respect of the 
incremental assessed value of property in The Quarters 
Downtown Community Revitalization Levy Area,
	(ii)	general municipal revenues, and
	(iii)	other revenue sources,
	(e)	the amount, timing and source of projected borrowings 
associated with the plan, and the amount and timing of the 
repayments,
	(f)	a low, medium and high projection of estimated changes in 
the incremental assessed value of property in The Quarters 
Downtown Community Revitalization Levy Area and the 
consequent impact on projected revenues from community 
revitalization levies,
	(g)	how the municipality will fund any shortfall, in the event that 
actual revenues associated with the plan are not sufficient to 
provide for the actual costs and repayment of borrowings 
associated with the plan,
	(h)	the proposed land uses for The Quarters Downtown 
Community Revitalization Levy Area,
	(i)	the proposed phasing of development in The Quarters 
Downtown Community Revitalization Levy Area,
	(j)	the impact, if any, that the redevelopment of The Quarters 
Downtown Community Revitalization Levy Area will have 
on the residents of that area,
	(k)	which features, facilities and characteristics of the 
municipality will be adversely affected by the redevelopment 
of The Quarters Downtown Community Revitalization Levy 
Area and what is proposed to mitigate those effects,
	(l)	which historically significant buildings in The Quarters 
Downtown Community Revitalization Levy Area will be 
conserved and maintained and how they will be conserved 
and maintained, and
	(m)	the expected role of private sector developers in the 
redevelopment of The Quarters Downtown Community 
Revitalization Levy Area.
(3)  A community revitalization plan must be consistent with the land 
use policies established by the Lieutenant Governor in Council under 
section 622 of the Act.
Community revitalization levy bylaw
5(1)  A community revitalization levy bylaw must include all of the 
information required to be included in the community revitalization 
plan.
(2)  A community revitalization levy bylaw may be amended by the 
council, but any amendments made have no effect unless they are 
approved by the Lieutenant Governor in Council.
Borrowing bylaw
6   Despite sections 256 to 263 of the Act, a borrowing bylaw for the 
purpose of implementing the community revitalization plan, in whole 
or in part, must be advertised in accordance with section 606 of the 
Act.
Preparation of assessments
7   Assessments of property in The Quarters Downtown Community 
Revitalization Levy Area must be prepared in the same manner as 
similar properties in the municipality in accordance with Part 9 of the 
Act, as modified by this Regulation.
Community revitalization assessment roll
8(1)  The municipality must prepare annually, not later than February 
28, a community revitalization assessment roll.
(2)  A community revitalization assessment roll may be a continuation 
of the assessment roll prepared under Part 9 of the Act or may be 
separate from that roll.
Community revitalization levy roll
9(1)  The municipality must prepare a community revitalization levy 
roll annually.
(2)  A community revitalization levy roll may be a continuation of the 
tax roll prepared under Part 10 of the Act or may be separate from that 
roll.
(3)  A community revitalization levy roll must show the same 
information that is required to be shown on the tax roll in accordance 
with section 329 of the Act.
Community revitalization levy rate bylaw
10(1)  The council must pass a community revitalization levy rate 
bylaw annually.
(2)  A community revitalization levy rate bylaw must
	(a)	set and show separately all of the community revitalization 
levy rates that must be imposed to raise the revenue required 
to meet the levy increment financing program and council's 
approved budget, and
	(b)	not be imposed in respect of property that
	(i)	is exempt under section 351, 361 or 362 of the Act,
	(ii)	is exempt under section 363 of the Act, unless the bylaw 
passed under section 363 makes the property taxable, or
	(iii)	is made exempt from taxation by the bylaw passed 
under section 364 of the Act.
(3)  A community revitalization levy rate must be equal to or greater 
than the tax rates established annually for the corresponding property 
tax bylaw for each assessment class or sub-class of property referred to 
in section 297 of the Act.
(4)  A community revitalization levy rate bylaw may set out the class 
and subclass tax rates for the municipal property tax, the school 
requisition and the community revitalization levy rate.
Calculating amount of levy
11(1)  The amount of the levy to be imposed in respect of property 
located in The Quarters Downtown Community Revitalization Levy 
Area is to be calculated by multiplying the incremental assessed value 
of the property by the community revitalization levy rate to be imposed 
on that property.
(2)  If a tax-exempt property in The Quarters Downtown Community 
Revitalization Levy Area becomes taxable or partially taxable, the 
community revitalization levy for that property is to be calculated on a 
prorated basis by applying the community revitalization levy rate to 
the incremental assessed value of the taxable portion of the property.
(3)  The community revitalization levy under subsection (2) is to be 
applied beginning in the year that the property becomes taxable or 
partially taxable.
(4)  If a tax-exempt property in The Quarters Downtown Community 
Revitalization Levy Area becomes taxable or partially taxable, the 
assessment baseline for that property shall be excluded from the 
equalized assessment beginning in the year that the property becomes 
taxable or partially taxable.
(5)  If taxable property in The Quarters Downtown Community 
Revitalization Levy Area becomes tax exempt, no community 
revitalization levy is to be applied to that property beginning in the 
year that the property becomes exempt.
(6)  If, after the community revitalization area has been established, 
there is 
	(a)	a subdivision affecting the property within The Quarters 
Downtown Community Revitalization Levy Area, or
	(b)	a consolidation of 2 or more properties within The Quarters 
Downtown Community Revitalization Levy Area,
in respect of which a community revitalization levy is payable, the 
municipality must reallocate the assessment baseline to each of the 
new properties in the year that the subdivision or consolidation occurs.
(7)  If, after the community revitalization area has been established, 
there are changes to the assessment class or assessment sub-class for a 
property, the municipality may revise the assessment class or sub-class 
applicable to the property assessment baseline to reflect those changes 
with respect to future years.
Separate fund required
12   A community revitalization levy collected from The Quarters 
Downtown Community Revitalization Levy Area, and any interest 
earned from the investment of that levy, must
	(a)	be accounted for separately from other levies collected, and
	(b)	be used only for the purposes specified in the community 
revitalization plan for The Quarters Downtown Community 
Revitalization Levy Area.
Application of Parts 9 to 12 of Act
13   Except as modified by this Regulation, Parts 9 to 12 of the Act 
relating to the assessment and taxation of property apply with the 
necessary modifications to a community revitalization levy, and, for 
that purpose, a reference in those Parts to
	(a)	a tax imposed under Part 10, Division 2 is deemed to be a 
reference to a community revitalization levy,
	(b)	a property tax bylaw is deemed to be a reference to a 
community revitalization levy bylaw,
	(c)	an assessment roll is deemed to be a reference to a 
community revitalization assessment roll, and
	(d)	a tax roll is deemed to be a reference to a community 
revitalization levy roll.
Termination of a community revitalization levy bylaw
14   The community revitalization levy bylaw is terminated on the 
earliest of the following:
	(a)	at the end of a period of 20 years from the year in which the 
community revitalization levy bylaw is approved by the 
Lieutenant Governor in Council;
	(b)	the date that all borrowings for The Quarters Downtown 
Community Revitalization Levy Area are repaid or recovered 
from the revenues associated with the community 
revitalization plan;
	(c)	an earlier date specified by the Lieutenant Governor in 
Council.
Expiry
15   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for 
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be 
repassed in its present or an amended form following a review, this 
Regulation expires on December 31, 2020.
Schedule
All lands in the City of Edmonton contained in the area shown on the 
following map and which may be described, approximately, as 
follows:
Commencing at a point along the easterly limit of 97th Street 
intersecting the south boundary of Plan 0422742, Block 15, Lot 45, 
thence easterly along the southerly boundary of said Lot thence 
north-easterly along the southerly limit of the Light Rail Transit 
Right-of-Way to the westerly boundary of 84th Street. Thence south 
along the westerly boundary of 84th Street to the northerly limit of 
Jasper Avenue thence south-westerly to the intersection of the 
northerly limit of 103A Avenue and the northerly limit of Jasper 
Avenue, thence south along the westerly boundary of 92nd Street to 
it's intersection of with the northerly limit of Rowland Road. Thence 
westerly along the northerly limit of Rowland Road to its intersection 
with the westerly limit of 95th Street.
Thence south along the westerly limit of 95th Street to its intersection 
with the northerly limit of 101 Avenue. Thence west along the 
northerly limit of 101 Avenue to its intersection with the northerly 
limit of Jasper Avenue. Thence west along the northerly limit of Jasper 
Avenue to its intersection with the westerly limit of 97th Street. 
Thence north along the easterly limit of 97th Street to the point of 
commencement.

 


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Alberta Regulation 174/2010
Livestock Industry Diversification Act
LIVESTOCK INDUSTRY DIVERSIFICATION (PRINCIPAL) 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 28, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 363/2010) 
on October 28, 2010 pursuant to section 33 of the Livestock Industry Diversification 
Act. 
1   The Livestock Industry Diversification (Principal) 
Regulation (AR 255/91) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 4.1 is amended by striking out "October 31, 2010" 
and substituting "October 31, 2013".


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Alberta Regulation 175/2010
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
ALBERTA MILK PLAN AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 28, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 364/2010) 
on October 28, 2010 pursuant to section 23 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products 
Act. 
1   The Alberta Milk Plan Regulation (AR 150/2002) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 43 is amended
	(a)	in subsections (4) and (5) by striking out "2 
consecutive" and substituting "3 consecutive";
	(b)	by repealing subsections (6) and (7).


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Alberta Regulation 176/2010
Feeder Associations Guarantee Act
FEEDER ASSOCIATIONS GUARANTEE AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 28, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 366/2010) 
on October 28, 2010 pursuant to section 11 of the Feeder Associations Guarantee Act. 
1   The Feeder Associations Guarantee Regulation 
(AR 75/98) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1 is amended 
	(a)	in clause (a.1) by adding "or livestock products" after 
"the livestock"; 
	(b)	by repealing clause (d) and substituting the 
following: 
	(d)	"feeder agreement" means 
	(i)	the feeder agreement and promissory note set out 
in the Schedule, or
	(ii)	in the case of a purpose referred to in section 
6(1)(b) to (d), a feeder agreement and promissory 
note in the form and manner required by the 
Minister;

3   Section 5(a) is amended by adding "unless approved by the 
Minister" after "different species".

4   Section 6 is repealed and the following is substituted: 
Purpose of guaranteed loan
6(1)  A feeder association may only use a guaranteed loan for the 
following purposes: 
	(a)	growing or finishing livestock, or both;
	(b)	research or development in respect of livestock or livestock 
products;
	(c)	value-chain activities approved by the Minister in respect of 
livestock or livestock products;
	(d)	equity or contingent interest loans approved by the Minister 
with respect to livestock or livestock products.
(2)  The use of the guaranteed loan is restricted to livestock or 
livestock products owned by the feeder association. 
(3)  A feeder association may only use a guaranteed loan for a 
purpose referred to in subsection (1) if that purpose is specified in 
the feeder agreement. 
(4)  A feeder association may only use a guaranteed loan for a 
purpose referred to in subsection (1)(b), (c) or (d) if 
	(a)	the project or activity is approved by the Minister,
	(b)	the maximum amount of the loan guarantee associated with 
the project or activity does not exceed $3 million, and
	(c)	the project or activity is expected to result in a benefit to the 
livestock industry.

5   Section 7(1.2) is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
(1.2)  A feeder association shall not purchase livestock for a feeder if 
the cumulative total of the value of the livestock purchased by all 
feeder associations in respect of that feeder exceeds the cumulative 
total of the amounts per species set out in subsections (1) and (1.1).

6   Section 11 is amended
	(a)	by renumbering it as subsection (1); 
	(b)	by adding the following after subsection (1):
(2)  Subsection (1) applies to livestock products of the livestock 
purchased by a feeder association with the proceeds of a 
guaranteed loan.

7   Section 17 is amended
	(a)	by adding the following after subsection (1):
(1.1)  Subsection (1) does not apply to a feeder agreement with 
respect to a guaranteed loan for a purpose referred to in section 
6(1)(b) to (d).
	(b)	in subsection (2) by adding ", unless otherwise 
approved by the Minister" after "were purchased";
	(c)	in subsection (3) by adding ", unless otherwise 
approved by the Minister" after "entered into".

8   Section 18 is amended by repealing subsection (2) and 
substituting the following: 
(2)  A feeder association may purchase feeder cows for a feeder only 
if
	(a)	the cows are not intended for breeding or calving purposes, 
and
	(b)	the feeder agreement requires sale or slaughter within 120 
days or less.

9   This Regulation comes into force on the coming into 
force of the Feeder Associations Guarantee Act, SA cF-11.1 
2009.


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Alberta Regulation 177/2010
Matrimonial Property Act
MATRIMONIAL PROPERTY AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 28, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 375/2010) 
on October 28, 2010 pursuant to section 32 of the Matrimonial Property Act. 
1   The Matrimonial Property Regulation (AR 13/99) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1(a) is amended 
	(a)	by striking out "and a true appraisal";
	(b)	by adding "whether situated in Alberta or elsewhere" after 
"that spouse".

3   Section 4 is amended by striking out "November 30, 2010" 
and substituting "November 30, 2018".

4   The Schedule is amended
	(a)	by repealing the form headed "Disclosure of 
Matrimonial Property by Wife/Husband" and 
substituting the following:
Matrimonial Property Statement 
[Section 31(1)]
	Clerk's stamp:
COURT FILE NUMBER
COURT	Court of Queen's Bench
JUDICIAL CENTRE
PLAINTIFF 
(DEFENDANT BY COUNTERCLAIM)
DEFENDANT 
(PLAINTIFF BY COUNTERCLAIM)
DOCUMENT	MATRIMONIAL PROPERTY 
		STATEMENT OF                  
                                                     
(Indicate name of party            
providing statement)           
ADDRESS FOR SERVICE AND
CONTACT INFORMATION OF
PARTY FILING THIS DOCUMENT
I,                              , the                         in this action, hereby swear or 
affirm that:
1.	Pursuant to section 31(1) of the Matrimonial Property Act, the 
following is a statement disclosing particulars of all property in 
which I have an interest in Alberta and elsewhere, including 
property disposed of within one year before the matrimonial 
property action was commenced:

Asset (in or out of 
Alberta)
Nature of 
Interest/ 
Location
Date 
Acquired & 
Purchase 
Price
Current 
Market 
Value 
(Estimated)
1.  Real Estate 
 
(List any interest in 
land, including 
leasehold interests and 
mortgages, whether or 
not you are registered 
as owner.  Provide 
legal descriptions and 
indicate estimated 
market value of your 
interest without 
deducting 
encumbrances or costs 
of disposition.) 
(Record 
encumbrances under 
debts.)



2.  Vehicles 
 
(List cars, trucks, 
motorcycles, trailers, 
motor homes, boats, 
etc.)



3.  Financial Assets 
 
(List savings and 
chequing accounts, 
cash ,term deposits, 
GICs, stocks, bonds, 
Canada Savings 
Bonds, mutual funds, 
insurance policies 
(indicate 
beneficiaries), 
accounts receivable, 
securities, etc.)



4.  Pensions and 
RRSPs 
 
(Indicate name of 
institution where 
accounts are held, 
name and address of 
pension plan and 
pension details.)



5.  Corporate/ 
Business Interests and 
Trust Interests 
 
(List any interest you 
hold, directly or 
indirectly, in any 
corporation, 
unincorporated 
business, partnership, 
trust, joint venture, 
etc.)



6.  Other 
 
(List anything else of 
value that you own, 
including money 
owing to you, 
precious metals, 
collections, works of 
art, jewellery or 
household items of 
high value, tools.)




Debt
Particulars/ 
Name on 
Debt
Date Incurred
Balance Owing
1.  Secured Debts 
 
(List all mortgages, 
lines of credit, car 
loans and any other 
debt secured against 
an asset that you 
own.  Include name 
of creditor/lender)



2.  Unsecured Debts 
 
(List all bank loans, 
personal loans, lines 
of credit, overdrafts, 
credit cards and any 
other debts that you 
have.  Include name 
of creditor/lender)



3.  Other 
 
(List any other debts 
that you have, 
including  debts for  
income taxes or 
other forms of tax. 
Include name of 
creditor)



2.	I am claiming the following exemptions in the amounts and for the 
reasons indicated:

SWORN BEFORE ME at the              of	) 
              , in the Province of Alberta, the	) 
         day of                        ,             	 .) 
	)	                                             
(Commissioner for Oaths	)  
in and for the Province of Alberta)	)
	(b)	in the form headed "CERTIFICATE OF LIS 
PENDENS" by striking out "A.D. 19__" and 
substituting "20__".


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Alberta Regulation 178/2010
Jury Act
JURY ACT AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 28, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 380/2010) 
on October 28, 2010 pursuant to section 8 of the Rules of Court Statutes Amendment 
Act, 2009.
1    The Jury Act Regulation (AR 68/83) is amended by this 
Regulation.

2   Section 1 is renumbered as section 1(1) and the 
following is added after subsection (1):
(2)  The judicial centres for the purposes of the Act and this 
Regulation are the judicial centres set out in the Alberta Rules of 
Court (AR 124/2010).
(3)  When the Court is sitting in Hinton, the Court is deemed to be 
sitting in the judicial centre of Edmonton.

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



Alberta Regulation 179/2010
Climate Change and Emissions Management Act
RENEWABLE FUELS STANDARD AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 28, 2010
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 381/2010) 
on October 28, 2010 pursuant to section 60 of the Climate Change Emissions 
Management Act. 
1   The Renewable Fuels Standard Regulation (AR 29/2010) 
is amended by this Regulation.

2   Sections 21(1) and (2) and 22(1) and (2) are amended by 
striking out "October 31, 2010" and substituting "March 31, 
2011".