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Alberta Regulation 59/2011
Municipal Government Act
BOW VALLEY REGIONAL TRANSIT SERVICES  
COMMISSION REGULATION
Filed: April 21, 2011
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 161/2011) 
on April 21, 2011 pursuant to section 602.02 of the Municipal Government Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definition
	2	Establishment 
	3	Member municipalities
	4	Services
	5	Operating deficits
	6	Sale of property
	7	Profit and surpluses
	8	Approval
Definition
1   In this Regulation, "member municipality" means a municipality 
referred to in section 3.
Establishment
2   A regional services commission known as the Bow Valley 
Regional Transit Services Commission is established.
Member municipalities
3   The following municipalities are members of the Commission:
	(a)	Improvement District No. 9;
	(b)	Town of Banff;
	(c)	Town of Canmore.
Services
4   The Commission is authorized to provide passenger transportation 
services.
Operating deficits
5   The Commission may not assume operating deficits that are shown 
on the books of any of the member municipalities.
Sale of property
6(1)  The Commission may not, without the approval of the Minister, 
sell any of its land, buildings, equipment or inventory whose purchase 
has been funded wholly or partly by grants from the Government of 
Alberta.
(2)  The Minister may not approve a sale under subsection (1) unless 
the Minister is satisfied
	(a)	as to the repayment of the grants from the Government of 
Alberta and outstanding debt associated with that portion of 
the land, buildings, equipment or inventory to be sold,
	(b)	that the sale will not have a significant adverse effect on the 
services the Commission provides, and
	(c)	that the sale will be properly reflected in the rates 
subsequently charged to the customers of the Commission.
Profit and surpluses
7   Unless otherwise approved by the Minister, the Commission may 
not
	(a)	operate for the purposes of making a profit, or
	(b)	distribute any of its surpluses to its member municipalities.
Approval
8   The Minister may make an approval under section 6 or 7 subject to 
any terms or conditions the Minister considers appropriate.


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Alberta Regulation 60/2011
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
ALBERTA BEEKEEPERS PLAN AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 21, 2011
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 162/2011) 
on April 21, 2011 pursuant to section 23 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products 
Act. 
1   The Alberta Beekeepers Plan Regulation (AR 59/2006) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   The title of the regulation is amended by striking out 
"ALBERTA BEEKEEPERS" and substituting "BEEKEEPERS 
COMMISSION OF ALBERTA";

3   Sections 1(f) and 4 are amended by striking out "Alberta 
Beekeepers" and substituting "Beekeepers Commission of 
Alberta".

4   Section 8 is amended by adding ", which is hereby continued 
with the name "Beekeepers Commission of Alberta"" after ""Alberta 
Beekeepers"".

5   Section 42 is amended by striking out "May 31, 2011" and 
substituting "May 31, 2016".



6   The Schedule is amended
	(a)	in section 2
	(i)	in clause (c) by adding "No. 6" after "Stettler"; 
	(ii)	in clause (i) by striking out "Municipal District of 
Rocky View No. 44" and substituting "Rocky View 
County"; 
	(iii)	in clause (v) by striking out "County of Camrose 
No. 22" and substituting "Camrose County"; 
	(iv)	in clause (w) by striking out "No. 24"; 
	(v)	in clause (dd) by striking out "Lakeland" and 
substituting "Lac La Biche"; 
	(b)	in section 3
	(i)	in clause (d) by striking out "County of Athabasca 
No. 12" and substituting "Athabasca County";
	(ii)	in clause (o) by adding "National Park" after 
"Jasper";
	(iii)	by adding the following after clause (o):
	(o.1)	Municipality of Jasper;
	(c)	in section 4
	(i)	in clause (e) by striking out "Municipal District of 
Northern Lights No. 22" and substituting "County of 
Northern Lights"; 
	(ii)	in clause (f) by striking out "Municipal District of 
Mackenzie No. 23" and substituting "Mackenzie 
County"; 
	(iii)	in clause (m) by striking out "Municipal District of 
Clear Hills No. 21" and substituting "Clear Hills 
County".


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Alberta Regulation 61/2011
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
ALBERTA PEACE REGION FORAGE SEED GROWERS PLAN 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 21, 2011
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 163/2011) 
on April 21, 2011 pursuant to section 23 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products 
Act. 
1   The Alberta Peace Region Forage Seed Growers Plan 
Regulation (AR 91/2004) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 11(1) is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
Service charges refundable
11(1)  In accordance with the regulations, the service charge is 
refundable to a producer on request of the producer.

3   Section 12 is repealed.

4   Section 37 is repealed.

5   Section 38 is amended by striking out "May 31, 2011" and 
substituting "May 31, 2016".

6   The Schedule is amended
	(a)	by repealing clause (d) and substituting the 
following:
	(d)	Clear Hills County;
	(b)	by repealing clause (e) and substituting the 
following:
	(e)	County of Northern Lights;
	(c)	by repealing clause (f) and substituting the 
following:
	(f)	Mackenzie County;


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Alberta Regulation 62/2011
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
ALBERTA PORK PRODUCERS' PLAN AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 21, 2011
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 164/2011) 
on April 21, 2011 pursuant to section 23 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products 
Act. 
1   The Alberta Pork Producers' Plan Regulation 
(AR 219/2001) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 11 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Service charge refundable
11   A service charge collected on or after September 1, 2010 must 
be refunded at the request of a producer in accordance with the 
Hog Registration, Licensing and Universal Service Charge 
Regulation (AR 285/96).


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Alberta Regulation 63/2011
Fuel Tax Act
FUEL TAX AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 21, 2011
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 169/2011) 
on April 21, 2011 pursuant to section 71 of the Fuel Tax Act. 
1   The Fuel Tax Regulation (AR 62/2007) is amended by this 
Regulation.

2   Section 1 is amended 
	(a)	in clause (w)(i) by adding ", improvement district, 
special area" after ", specialized municipality";
	(b)	in clause (ee) by adding "in Alberta" after "means any 
area".

3   Section 8(3) is amended by adding "in Alberta" after 
"prescribed purposes or uses".

4   Section 12 is amended
	(a)	by adding the following after subsection (3):
(3.1)  No individual who has been issued a ministerial 
identification card shall sell or give that card to another person or 
permit another person to use the card for the purposes of section 
8(1)(b).
(3.2)  Subject to subsection (3.3), no person shall possess a 
ministerial identification card that has been issued or is in the 
name of another person.
(3.3)  No Indian band who has been issued a ministerial 
identification card shall sell or give the card to another person or 
permit another person to use the card for the purposes of section 
8(1)(b) unless
	(a)	the person is an authorized representative of the Indian 
band,
	(b)	the person is using the ministerial identification card to 
purchase fuel for and on behalf of the Indian band, and
	(c)	the person and Indian band comply with any conditions 
placed on the ministerial identification card by the 
Minister.
	(b)	in subsection (5) by striking out "or" at the end of 
clause (d), adding ", or" at the end of clause (e) and 
adding the following after clause (e):
	(f)	the Minister believes that the ministerial identification 
card has been sold to, or is in the possession of or being 
used by, a person other than the person to whom it was 
issued or an authorized person pursuant to subsection 
(3.3).
	(c)	by adding the following after subsection (12):
(13)  If a ministerial identification card has been cancelled for the 
reason referred to in subsection (5)(f) and the Indian or Indian 
band, as the case may be, satisfies the Minister that the 
identification card has not been sold or is not in the possession of 
or being used by someone other than the person to whom it was 
issued or an authorized person under subsection (3.3), the 
Minister shall issue a replacement card.

5   Section 21(3) is amended by adding "on credit" after "sell 
fuel".

6   Section 23 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1)
	(i)	in clause (a) by adding "before February 25, 2011" 
after "fuel used";
	(ii)	in clause (j)
	(A)	by adding "in Alberta" after "fuel used";
	(B)	by adding "before February 25, 2011" after "in 
Alberta";
	(iii)	by adding the following after clause (k):
	(l)	fuel used in Alberta after February 24, 2011 in 
circumstances in which the Act would have 
permitted the use of marked fuel, where the 
Minister is of the opinion that marked fuel was not 
reasonably available.
	(b)	in subsection (2)(d) by adding "calendar" after "end of 
the";
	(c)	by adding the following after subsection (2):
(2.1)  An application for a rebate under subsection (1)(a) or (j) 
may be made only in relation to fuel purchased before February 
25, 2011.
	(d)	by adding the following after subsection (5):
(5.1)  In order to qualify for a rebate for fuel used in 
circumstances described in subsection (1)(l), the applicant must 
have had a fuel tax exemption certificate issued under section 
8(3) or (4) at the time of the purchase of the fuel in respect of 
which the application is made.

7   Section 24 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1)
	(i)	by adding "in Alberta" after "clear fuel used";
	(ii)	by adding "before February 25, 2011" after "in 
Alberta";
	(b)	in subsection (2)(d) by adding "calendar" after "end of 
the";
	(c)	by adding the following after subsection (2):
(2.1)  For the purposes of subsection (2)(c)(i)(B), the Minister 
may establish benchmarks respecting consumption rates for 
particular types of eligible motor vehicles, and where the 
Minister so directs, those benchmarks must be used instead of 
any actual consumption rates.
	(d)	by adding the following after subsection (6):
(6.1)  An application for a rebate under this section may only 
be made in relation to fuel purchased before February 25, 
2011.

8   Section 25 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (2)
	(i)	by adding "in Alberta" after "clear fuel used";
	(ii)	by adding "before February 25, 2011" after "in 
Alberta";
	(b)	in subsection (8)(b) by adding "calendar" after "end of 
the";
	(c)	by repealing subsection (9) and substituting the 
following:
(9)  An applicant is eligible for a rebate under this section only in 
relation to that fuel for which the placement is tracked to a 
prescribed motor vehicle or prescribed equipment used to 
conduct a prescribed activity.
(9.1)  Subject to subsection (9.2), a person enrolled under this 
section may apply for a rebate under this section in relation to 
fuel used in circumstances in which the Act would have 
permitted the use of marked fuel, where the Minister is of the 
opinion that marked fuel was not reasonably available.
(9.2)  In order to qualify for a rebate for fuel used in 
circumstances described in subsection (9.1), the applicant must 
have had a fuel tax exemption certificate issued under section 
8(3) or (4) at the time of purchase of the fuel in respect of which 
the application is made.
	(d)	by adding the following after subsection (9.2):
(9.3)  An application for a rebate under this section may be made 
only in relation to fuel purchased before February 25, 2011.

9   Section 28(2) is amended by adding "in Alberta" after 
"farming operations".

10   Section 32 is amended by adding the following after 
subsection (3):
(3.1)  On receipt of an application under this section, the Minister 
shall review the application and may request additional information 
to determine the applicant's eligibility.
(3.2)  If the Minister is satisfied with the application, the Minister 
shall register the person.

11   Section 43 is amended by adding the following after 
subsection (5):
(6)  No interest is payable on any amount payable by the Minister 
under the Act or regulations, including, without limitation, on a 
refund, rebate, allowance or grant.

12   Section 49 is repealed.

13(1)  Sections 2, 3, 6(a)(ii)(A) and (b), 7(a)(i), (b) and (c), 
8(a)(i), (b) and (c), 9 and 11 are deemed to have come into 
force on April 1, 2007.
(2)  Section 4 is deemed to have come into force on January 
1, 2011.
(3)  Sections 6(a)(i), (ii)(B) and (iii), (c) and (d), 7(a)(ii) and (d) 
and 8(a)(ii) and (d) are deemed to have come into force on 
February 25, 2011.


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Alberta Regulation 64/2011
Health Professions Act
PHYSICAL THERAPISTS PROFESSION REGULATION
Filed: April 21, 2011
For information only:   Made by the College of Physical Therapists of Alberta on 
January 25, 2011 and approved by the Lieutenant Governor in Council 
(O.C. 173/2011) on April 21, 2011 pursuant to section 131 of the Health  
Professions Act 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	Register categories
Registration
	3	General register
	4	Current qualifications
	5	Equivalent jurisdiction
	6	Substantial equivalence
	7	Provisional register
	8	Courtesy register
	9	Good character, reputation
	10	English language requirements
	11	Liability insurance
Titles
	12	Authorization to use titles, etc.
Restricted Activities
	13	Basic authorized activities
	14	Other authorized activities
	15	Restriction
	16	Regulated members, students, supervision
Continuing Competence
	17	Continuing competence program
	18	Competence development
	19	Competence assessment
	20	Practice visits
	21	Program rules
	22	Rule distribution
	23	Actions to be taken
	24	Member responsible for costs
Practice Permit
	25	Renewal requirements
	26	Conditions
Alternative Complaint Resolution
	27	Process conductor
	28	Agreement
	29	Confidentiality
	30	Leaving the process
Reinstatement
	31	Reinstatement application
	32	Consideration of application
	33	Decision
	34	Review of decision
	35	Access to decision
Information
	36	Information to be provided
	37	Disclosure of information
	38	Section 119 information
Transitional Provision, Repeal and Coming into Force
	39	Transitional provision
	40	Repeal
	41	Coming into force
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Act" means the Health Professions Act;
	(b)	"College" means the College of Physical Therapists of 
Alberta;
	(c)	"Competence Committee" means the competence committee 
of the College;
	(d)	"Complaints Director" means the complaints director of the 
College;
	(e)	"Council" means the council of the College;
	(f)	"courtesy register" means the courtesy register category of 
the regulated members register;
	(g)	"general register" means the general register category of the 
regulated members register;
	(h)	"provisional register" means the provisional register category 
of the regulated members register;
	(i)	"Registrar" means the registrar of the College;
	(j)	"registration year" means the period of time between 2 
successive dates established in the bylaws made under 
section 132 of the Act by which a regulated member is 
required to apply for the renewal of a practice permit;
	(k)	"Reinstatement Review Committee" means the reinstatement 
review committee of the College.
Register categories
2   The regulated members register established by the Council under 
section 33(1)(a) of the Act has the following categories:
	(a)	general register;
	(b)	provisional register;
	(c)	courtesy register.
Registration
General register
3   An applicant for registration as a regulated member on the general 
register must
	(a)	have obtained a minimum of a baccalaureate degree from a 
physical therapy program approved by the Council, 
	(b)	have successfully completed a written knowledge-based 
examination approved by the Council, and
	(c)	have successfully completed a clinical competency 
examination approved by the Council.
Current qualifications
4(1)  An applicant for registration under section 3 must have met the 
requirements set out in that section within the 3 years immediately 
preceding the date the Registrar receives a complete application, or
	(a)	in the 5 years immediately preceding the date the Registrar 
receives the complete application, have been engaged in the 
practice of physical therapy for at least 1200 hours, or
	(b)	demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Registrar that the 
applicant is currently competent to practise as a physical 
therapist.
(2)  For the purpose of subsection (1)(b), the Registrar may require an 
applicant to do one or more of the following:
	(a)	successfully complete coursework and examinations;
	(b)	undergo an evaluation of competencies;
	(c)	successfully complete additional clinical training.
(3)  For the purpose of subsection (2), the Registrar may register an 
applicant on the provisional register.
Equivalent jurisdiction
5   An applicant for registration as a regulated member who is 
currently registered in good standing in another jurisdiction recognized 
by the Council under section 28(2)(b) of the Act as having 
substantially equivalent registration requirements to those set out in 
sections 3 and 4 may be registered on the general register.
Substantial equivalence
6(1)  An applicant for registration who does not meet the requirements 
under sections 3 and 4 but whose qualifications have been determined 
by the Registrar under section 28(2)(c) of the Act to be substantially 
equivalent to the registration requirements set out in sections 3 and 4 
may be registered on the general register.
(2)  To assist with determining whether or not an applicant's 
qualifications are substantially equivalent under subsection (1), the 
Registrar may
	(a)	engage the services of experts and other resources, and
	(b)	require the applicant to undergo an examination, testing or an 
assessment activity.
(3)  The Registrar may require an applicant to undergo any education 
or training activities the Registrar may consider necessary in order for 
the applicant to be registered.
(4)  The Registrar may require an applicant to pay all costs incurred 
under this section.
Provisional register
7(1)  An applicant for registration as a regulated member on the 
general register may be registered on the provisional register if the 
applicant 
	(a)	has fulfilled the registration requirements set out in section 
3(a) and (b) but has not fulfilled the requirements set out in 
section 3(c),
	(b)	is qualified to practise physical therapy in another 
jurisdiction and the applicant's competencies are being 
assessed by the Registrar in accordance with section 6, or
	(c)	is enrolled in a program of academic or experiential 
upgrading as directed by the Registrar for the purpose of 
completing the requirements set out in section 4.
(2)  A regulated member registered on the provisional register may 
practise only under the supervision of a regulated member registered 
on the general register or courtesy register.
(3)  If an applicant fails the examination referred to in section 3(c) a 
second time, the applicant's registration is cancelled.
(4)  A registration on the provisional register is valid for a period not to 
exceed 2 years.
(5)  Despite subsections (3) and (4), the Registrar may extend a 
registration on the provisional register if the Registrar is of the opinion 
that extenuating circumstances exist.
Courtesy register
8(1)  A person who applies for registration in Alberta on a temporary 
basis for a specified purpose approved by the Registrar may be 
registered on the courtesy register if that person
	(a)	is registered as a physical therapist in good standing in 
another jurisdiction, and
	(b)	satisfies the Registrar of that person's competence to provide 
the services related to the approved purpose.
(2)  Where a person is registered on the courtesy register, the 
registration is
	(a)	for the purpose approved by the Registrar, and
	(b)	for a term not to exceed one year, as specified by the 
Registrar.
(3)  A person who is registered on the courtesy register must remain 
registered and in good standing in the jurisdiction in which the person 
was registered at the time of the person's application for registration on 
the courtesy register.
Good character, reputation
9(1)  An applicant for registration as a regulated member must provide 
evidence of having good character and reputation by submitting one or 
more of the following on the request of the Registrar:
	(a)	if applicable, a written reference satisfactory to the Registrar 
from another jurisdiction in which the applicant is or was 
registered;
	(b)	a written statement by the applicant
	(i)	as to whether the applicant is currently undergoing an 
investigation or is subject to an unprofessional conduct 
process or has previously been disciplined by another 
regulatory body responsible for the regulation of 
physical therapists or of another profession,
	(ii)	as to whether the applicant has ever pleaded guilty or 
has been found guilty of a criminal offence in Canada or 
an offence of a similar nature in a jurisdiction outside 
Canada for which the applicant has not been pardoned, 
and
	(iii)	stating that all information in the application is true to 
the best of the applicant's knowledge;
	(c)	the results of a current criminal records check;
	(d)	any other relevant evidence as required by the Registrar.
(2)  The Registrar may also consider other information in determining 
whether the applicant is of a good character and reputation, but if the 
Registrar considers information other than that provided by the 
applicant, the Registrar must give the applicant sufficient particulars of 
that information to allow the applicant to respond to the information.
English language requirements
10(1)  An applicant for registration as a regulated member must be 
reasonably proficient in English to be able to engage safely and 
competently in the practice of physical therapy.
(2)  An applicant may be required by the Registrar to demonstrate 
proficiency in the English language in accordance with the 
requirements approved by the Council.
Liability insurance
11(1)  An applicant for registration as a regulated member must 
provide evidence of having the type and amount of professional 
liability insurance required by the Council.
(2)  The Council may set the amount and type of insurance required 
based on the category of register on which the applicant is registered.
Titles
Authorization to use titles, etc.
12(1)  Regulated members registered on the general register or 
courtesy register may use the following titles and initials:
	(a)	physical therapist;
	(b)	physiotherapist;
	(c)	P.T.
(2)  Regulated members registered on the provisional register may use 
the titles physical therapist intern and physiotherapist intern.
(3)  A regulated member who has earned a doctorate degree in a 
physical therapy program approved by the Council or a doctorate 
degree in a related area approved by the Council may use the title 
doctor or the abbreviation Dr. in connection with the practice of 
physical therapy.
(4)  A regulated member registered on the general register or courtesy 
register may use the title specialist if the regulated member
	(a)	meets the requirements established by the Council for the use 
of the title specialist, and
	(b)	is authorized by the Registrar to use that title.
Restricted Activities
Basic authorized activities
13   A regulated member may, in the practice of physical therapy and 
in accordance with the standards of practice, perform the following 
restricted activities:
	(a)	to cut a body tissue, to administer anything by an invasive 
procedure on body tissue or to perform other invasive 
procedures on body tissue below the dermis or the mucous 
membrane for the purpose of wound debridement and care;
	(b)	to insert or remove instruments, devices or fingers
	(i)	beyond the cartilaginous portion of the ear canal,
	(ii)	beyond the point in the nasal passages where they 
normally narrow,
	(iii)	beyond the pharynx,
	(iv)	beyond the labia majora,
	(v)	beyond the anal verge, or
	(vi)	into an artificial opening into the body;
	(c)	to reduce a dislocation of a joint.
Other authorized activities
14   Only a regulated member
	(a)	who is registered on the general register or on the courtesy 
register,
	(b)	who has provided evidence to the Registrar of having the 
competencies required to perform the restricted activities 
described in clauses (d) to (h), and
	(c)	who has received notification from the Registrar that the 
authorization is indicated on the general register or on the 
courtesy register, as the case may be,
may, in the practice of physical therapy and in accordance with the 
standards of practice, perform the following restricted activities:
	(d)	to cut a body tissue or to perform other invasive procedures 
on body tissue below the dermis or the mucous membrane for 
the purpose of needle acupuncture;
	(e)	to cut a body tissue, to administer anything by an invasive 
procedure on body tissue or to perform other invasive 
procedures on body tissue below the dermis or the mucous 
membrane for the purpose of intramuscular stimulation and 
biofeedback;
	(f)	to use a deliberate, brief, fast thrust to move the joints of the 
spine beyond the normal range but within the anatomical 
range of motion, which generally results in an audible click 
or pop;
	(g)	to order a form of ionizing radiation in medical radiography, 
limited to x-rays only;
	(h)	to order non-ionizing radiation in
	(i)	magnetic resonance imaging, and
	(ii)	ultrasound imaging.
Restriction
15(1)  Despite any authorization to perform restricted activities, 
regulated members must restrict themselves in performing restricted 
activities to those activities that they are competent to perform and to 
those that are appropriate to the member's area of practice and the 
procedure being performed.
(2)  A regulated member who performs a restricted activity must do so 
in accordance with the standards of practice.
Regulated members, students, supervision
16(1)  A regulated member registered on the provisional register is 
permitted to perform those restricted activities described in section 13 
only with the consent of and under the supervision of a regulated 
member registered on the general register or the courtesy register.
(2)  A regulated member registered on the general register who is 
learning to perform a restricted activity referred to in section 14 is 
permitted to perform the restricted activities described in that section 
with the consent of and under the supervision of a regulated member 
registered on the general register or the courtesy register who is 
authorized to perform the restricted activities described in section 14 
pursuant to section 14(b) and (c).
(3)  A student who is enrolled in a physical therapy program approved 
by the Council is permitted to perform those restricted activities 
described in section 13 or 14 that are part of the student's program of 
study with the consent of and under the supervision of a regulated 
member registered on the general register or the courtesy register who 
is authorized to perform the restricted activity that is being performed 
by the student.
(4)  A student who is enrolled in a health services program of studies 
approved by the council of another college under the Act that includes 
studies related to the restricted activities described in section 13 or 14 
is permitted to perform those restricted activities that are part of the 
student's program of study with the consent of and under the 
supervision of a regulated member registered on the general register or 
the courtesy register who is authorized to perform the restricted 
activity that is being performed by the student.
(5)  A regulated member who consents to supervise under subsections 
(1) to (4) must
	(a)	be authorized to perform the restricted activity that is being 
supervised,
	(b)	be present or on-site while the regulated member or the 
student is performing the restricted activity, and
	(c)	be able to observe and promptly intervene to stop or change 
the actions of the regulated member or the student who is 
under supervision.
Continuing Competence
Continuing competence program
17   The continuing competence program of the College comprises
	(a)	competence development,
	(b)	competence assessment, and
	(c)	practice visits.
Competence development
18(1)  As part of the continuing competence program, a regulated 
member registered on the general register must, in each registration 
year,
	(a)	complete a reflective practice review in a form satisfactory to 
the Competence Committee, and
	(b)	engage in continuing professional development activities 
required by the rules under section 21.
(2)  A reflective practice review includes
	(a)	a self-assessment of the member's own practice against 
competencies or standards of practice adopted by the Council 
or any other criteria approved by the Council,
	(b)	the development and implementation of a written learning 
plan that follows from the member's self-assessment of the 
member's practice under clause (a), and
	(c)	a written self-evaluation of the results of the learning plan 
referred to in clause (b).
(3)  Each regulated member must
	(a)	undertake learning activities pursuant to the member's 
learning plan, and
	(b)	complete the requirements for continuing professional 
development required by the rules under section 21.
(4)  In accordance with the rules established under section 21, each 
regulated member must
	(a)	keep records, in a form satisfactory to the Competence 
Committee, of the activities that the regulated member 
undertakes in any one-year period for the purpose of 
continuing competence development for a period of 5 years, 
and
	(b)	provide, on the request of and in accordance with the 
directions of the Competence Committee, copies of the 
records referred to in clause (a).
Competence assessment
19(1)  The Competence Committee may, in accordance with the rules 
established under section 21, require a regulated member registered on 
the general register to undergo an assessment for the purpose of 
evaluating the member's continuing competence.
(2)  For the purpose of an assessment under subsection (1), the 
Competence Committee may use one or more of the following 
processes:
	(a)	examinations;
	(b)	evaluation of the records referred to in section 18(4)(a);
	(c)	interviews;
	(d)	any other type of evaluation required by the Competence 
Committee.
Practice visits
20   The Competence Committee is authorized to carry out practice 
visits and may, for the purpose of assessing continuing competence, 
select individual regulated members or a group of regulated members 
for practice visits in accordance with the rules established under 
section 21.
Program rules
21(1)  The Council may establish rules governing the operation of the 
continuing competence program, including, but not limited to, the 
following:
	(a)	the requirements of a reflective practice review;
	(b)	the records referred to in section 18(4)(a) and providing the 
records in accordance with the directions of the Competence 
Committee;
	(c)	audits of a regulated member's records referred to in section 
18(4)(a);
	(d)	the requirements for continuing professional development;
	(e)	how competence assessments are to be conducted;
	(f)	the selection of regulated members for competence 
assessments;
	(g)	respecting the minimum acceptable performance level for 
competence assessments;
	(h)	how practice visits are to be conducted;
	(i)	the selection of regulated members for practice visits;
	(j)	respecting the minimum acceptable performance level for 
practice visits.
(2)  Before the Council establishes any rules or amendments to the 
rules, the proposed rules or proposed amendments to the rules must be 
distributed by the Registrar to all regulated members for their review.
(3)  The Council may establish the rules or amendments to the rules 30 
or more days after their distribution under subsection (2) and after 
having considered any comments received on the proposed rules or 
proposed amendments to the rules.
Rule distribution
22   The rules and any amendments to the rules established under 
section 21 must be made available by the College to all regulated 
members and, on request, in printed form to the Minister, regional 
health authorities and any person who requests them.
Actions to be taken
23   If a review of the records referred to in section 18(4)(a), a 
competence assessment under section 19 or a practice visit under 
section 20 is unsatisfactory or a regulated member fails to comply with 
the rules under section 21, the Competence Committee may direct a 
regulated member to undertake one or more of the following actions 
within the time period, if any, specified by the Competence 
Committee:
	(a)	successful completion of continuing competence program 
requirements;
	(b)	successful completion of any examinations, testing, 
assessment, training, education or counselling to enhance 
competence in specified areas;
	(c)	to practise under the supervision of another regulated 
member;
	(d)	limitation of practice to specified procedures or practice 
settings;
	(e)	to report to the Competence Committee on specified matters 
on specified dates;
	(f)	to refrain from supervising persons engaged in the practice of 
physical therapy;
	(g)	correction of any problems identified in the practice visit;
	(h)	demonstration of competence gained in a specified area.
Member responsible for costs
24   Any action that a regulated member must undertake in response to 
a direction by the Competence Committee under section 23 is 
undertaken at the cost of the member.
Practice Permit
Renewal requirements
25   A regulated member applying for the renewal of the member's 
practice permit must provide evidence satisfactory to the Registrar of
	(a)	having met the continuing competence program 
requirements,
	(b)	continuing to meet the requirements set out in sections 
9(1)(b) and 11, and
	(c)	meeting at least one of the following:
	(i)	having met the requirements of section 3 in the previous 
3 years;
	(ii)	in the 5 years immediately preceding an application for 
renewal, having been engaged in the practice of 
physical therapy for at least 1200 hours;
	(iii)	demonstrating to the satisfaction of the Registrar that 
the member is currently competent to practise as a 
physical therapist.
Conditions
26   When issuing a practice permit, the Registrar may impose 
conditions, including, but not limited to, the following:
	(a)	practising under supervision;
	(b)	limiting the practice to specified professional services or to 
specified areas of the practice of physical therapy;
	(c)	refraining from performing specified restricted activities.
Alternative Complaint Resolution
Process conductor
27   When a complainant and an investigated person have agreed to 
enter into an alternative complaint resolution process, the Complaints 
Director must appoint an individual to conduct the alternative 
complaint resolution process.
Agreement
28   The person conducting the alternative complaint resolution 
process must, in consultation with the complainant and the investigated 
person, establish the procedures for and objectives of the alternative 
complaint resolution process, which must be set out in writing and 
signed by the complainant, the investigated person and the 
representative of the College.
Confidentiality
29   The complainant and the investigated person must, subject to 
sections 59 and 60 of the Act, agree to treat all information shared 
during the process as confidential.
Leaving the process
30   The complainant or the investigated person may withdraw from 
the alternative complaint resolution process at any time.
Reinstatement
Reinstatement application
31(1)  A person whose registration and practice permit have been 
cancelled under Part 4 of the Act may apply in writing to the Registrar 
to have the registration reinstated and the practice permit reissued.
(2)  An application under subsection (1) must
	(a)	not be made earlier than 2 years after the date of the 
cancellation, and
	(b)	not be made more frequently than once in each year 
following a refusal of an application under section 33(a).
(3)  An applicant under subsection (1) must provide evidence to the 
Registrar of the applicant's qualifications for registration.
(4)  An applicant under subsection (1) must pay any outstanding fees, 
costs or penalties before the Reinstatement Review Committee 
considers the application.
Consideration of application
32(1)  An application under section 31 must be considered by the 
Reinstatement Review Committee in accordance with the application 
for registration process set out in sections 28 to 30 of the Act.
(2)  When reviewing an application in accordance with subsection (1), 
the Reinstatement Review Committee must consider
	(a)	the record of the hearing at which the applicant's registration 
and practice permit were cancelled, and
	(b)	whether the applicant
	(i)	meets the current requirements for registration,
	(ii)	has met any conditions imposed under Part 4 of the Act 
before the applicant's registration and practice permit 
were cancelled, and
	(iii)	is fit to practise physical therapy and does not pose a 
risk to public safety.
Decision
33   The Reinstatement Review Committee may, on completing a 
review under section 32, issue a written decision containing one or 
more of the following orders:
	(a)	an order refusing the application;
	(b)	an order directing the Registrar to reinstate the person's 
registration and to reissue the person's practice permit;
	(c)	an order to impose specified conditions on the person's 
practice permit;
	(d)	an order directing the applicant to pay any or all of the 
College's expenses incurred in respect of the application as 
provided for in the bylaws;
	(e)	any order that the Reinstatement Review Committee 
considers necessary for the protection of the public.
Review of decision
34(1)  An applicant whose application for reinstatement is refused or 
on whose practice permit conditions have been imposed under section 
33 may request a review by the Council.
(2)  Sections 31 and 32 of the Act apply to a review under subsection 
(1).
Access to decision
35(1)  The Reinstatement Review Committee, under section 33, and 
the Council, under section 34, may order that its decision be published 
in a manner it considers appropriate.
(2)  The College must make the decisions under sections 33 and 34 
available for 5 years to the public on request.
Information
Information to be provided
36(1)  A regulated member or an applicant for registration must 
provide the following information, in addition to that required under 
section 33(3) of the Act, to the Registrar on the request of the 
Registrar, on application for registration and when there are any 
changes to the information:
	(a)	home and business mailing addresses, e-mail addresses, 
telephone numbers and fax numbers;
	(b)	full legal name and, if applicable, previous names and 
aliases;
	(c)	date of birth and gender;
	(d)	job title or position description;
	(e)	employment status and hours worked;
	(f)	employer information, including name, address, telephone 
number, fax number, e-mail address and the location where 
services are delivered;
	(g)	areas of practice or specialties;
	(h)	the restricted activities performed by a regulated member;
	(i)	if a regulated member is registered on the provisional 
register, the name of the supervising regulated member;
	(j)	date of completion of the written knowledge-based 
examination and of the clinical competency examination;
	(k)	degrees and other qualifications, including school of 
education, year of graduation and supporting documentation;
	(l)	any other college of a profession that provides health services 
in which a regulated member or an applicant for registration 
is registered and whether the regulated member or the 
applicant for registration is a practising member of that 
college;
	(m)	languages in which a regulated member or an applicant for 
registration can provide professional services;
	(n)	passport-type photo.
(2)  A regulated member must inform the Registrar of any change to 
the information provided under subsection (1) within 30 days of the 
change occurring.
(3)  Subject to section 34(1) of the Act, the College may disclose the 
information collected under subsection (1)
	(a)	with the consent of the regulated member whose information 
it is, or
	(b)	in a summarized or statistical form so that it is not possible to 
relate the information to any particular identifiable person.
Disclosure of information
37   The College may, under section 34(2) of the Act, disclose the 
following information concerning its regulated members to members 
of the public in order to support its physical therapist search function 
on the College's website:
	(a)	name or names that a regulated member uses or has used in 
his or her practice;
	(b)	a regulated member's employment information, including 
business name, mailing address, telephone number, fax 
number and e-mail address;
	(c)	degrees and other qualifications obtained by a regulated 
member, including area of practice and specialization;
	(d)	school of graduation;
	(e)	gender of a regulated member;
	(f)	languages in which a regulated member can provide 
professional services.
Section 119 information
38   The periods of time during which the College is required to 
provide information under section 119(4) of the Act to a member of 
the public are as follows:
	(a)	information referred to in section 33(3) of the Act entered in 
a register for a regulated member, except for the information 
referred to in section 33(3)(h) of the Act, while the named 
regulated member is registered as a member of the College;
	(b)	information referred to in section 119(1) of the Act 
respecting
	(i)	the suspension of a regulated member's practice permit, 
while the suspension is in effect,
	(ii)	the cancellation of a regulated member's practice 
permit, for 2 years after the cancellation,
	(iii)	the conditions imposed on a regulated member's 
practice permit, while the conditions are in effect,
	(iv)	the directions made that a regulated member cease 
providing professional services, while the directions are 
in effect, and
	(v)	the imposition of a reprimand or fine under Part 4 of the 
Act, for 2 years after the imposition of the reprimand or 
fine;
	(c)	information as to whether a hearing is scheduled to be held 
under Part 4 of the Act with respect to a named regulated 
member, until the hearing is concluded;
	(d)	information respecting
	(i)	whether a hearing has been held under Part 4 of the Act 
with respect to a named regulated member, for 2 years 
from the date the hearing is concluded, and
	(ii)	a decision and a record of the hearing referred to in 
section 85(3) of the Act of a hearing held under Part 4 
of the Act, for 2 years after the date the hearing tribunal 
of the College rendered its decision.
Transitional Provision, Repeal and 
Coming into Force
Transitional provision
39   On the coming into force of this Regulation, a person described in 
section 6 of Schedule 20 to the Act is deemed to be entered on the 
regulated members register in the register category that the Registrar 
considers appropriate.
Repeal
40   The General Regulation (AR 298/85) is repealed.
Coming into force
41   This Regulation comes into force on the coming into force of 
Schedule 20 to the Health Professions Act.


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Alberta Regulation 65/2011
Oil and Gas Conservation Act
OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 21, 2011
For information only:   Made by the Energy Resources Conservation Board on April 
18, 2011 pursuant to section 10(1)(tt) of the Oil and Gas Conservation Act. 
1   The Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations (AR 151/71) 
are amended by this Regulation.

2   The following is added after section 14.010:
14.011   In addition to any other provision of this Part, the 
measurement, accounting and reporting of fluid production, 
injection, receipts and disposition associated with oil and gas 
operations must be done in accordance with Directive 017: 
"Measurement Requirements for Oil and Gas Operations", as 
published by the Board and amended from time to time.

3   Sections 14.030, 14.040, 14.060(1)(a) and (b), (2) and (3), 
14.070, 14.080, 14.090, 14.100, 14.110, 14.120, 14.140, 
14.150, 14.160, 14.170, 14.180 and 14.190 are repealed. 


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Alberta Regulation 66/2011
Adult Interdependent Relationships Act
ADULT INTERDEPENDENT PARTNER AGREEMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 21, 2011
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Justice and Attorney General 
(M.O. 27/2011) on April 21, 2011 pursuant to section 13 of the Adult Interdependent 
Relationships Act. 
Form of agreement
1   An adult interdependent partner agreement under section 7 of the 
Act must be in the form set out in the Schedule.
Expiry
2   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, 2020.
Repeal
3   The Adult Interdependent Partner Agreement Regulation 
(AR 141/2003) is repealed.
Coming into force
4   This Regulation comes into force on the coming into force of the 
Wills and Succession Act.
Schedule  
 
Adult Interdependent Partner Agreement
BETWEEN:	 (Name and address of adult interdependent partner)
and
				(Name and address of adult interdependent partner)
We understand that by entering into this Agreement we will 
become each other's adult interdependent partner and will 
have all the benefits and obligations of adult 
interdependent partners under Alberta law.
1   We agree that
	(a)	each of us is 16 years of age or older,
	(b)	neither of us is a party to an ongoing marriage or adult 
interdependent partner agreement, and
	(c)	we are living or intend to live together in a relationship of 
interdependence.
2   We understand that  this Agreement will expire if we become 
former adult interdependent partners pursuant to the Adult 
Interdependent Relationships Act.
In witness whereof we have executed this Agreement  in the  (city, 
town, county)  of  (province, state, country)  this            day 
of                              , 20      .
                                         
Witness   
(Print Name and Address)	                                              
	Adult Interdependent Partner
                                         
Witness
(Print Name and Address)
                                         
Witness   
(Print Name and Address)	                                              
	Adult Interdependent Partner
                                         
Witness
(Print Name and Address)
Guardians' signatures (if applicable):
Date:                              	Date:                              
                                       	                                       
Guardian	Guardian                        
(Print name)            	(Print name)                   	
NOTES:
1.	Each adult interdependent partner's signature must 
be witnessed by 2 witnesses.
2.	If either adult interdependent partner is under the age 
of 18 years, the guardians of that person must sign 
above indicating their consent to the person entering 
into the Adult Interdependent Partner Agreement.
3.	A person who is under the age of 18 years may not 
enter into an Adult Interdependent Partner 
Agreement if the person is related to the other party 
by blood or adoption.
4.	An Adult Interdependent Partner Agreement may be 
part of or attached to another agreement between the 
parties.
5.	If an Adult Interdependent Partner Agreement is part 
of or attached to another agreement between the 
parties that contains one or more provisions relating 
to the property of one or both of the parties, the 
parties are advised to seek legal advice as to their 
rights and obligations in respect of that property.


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Alberta Regulation 67/2011
Livestock and Livestock Products Act
HONEY GRADING AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 28, 2011
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development 
(M.O. 02/2011) on April 12, 2011 pursuant to section 1 of the Livestock and 
Livestock Products Act. 
1   The Honey Grading Regulation (AR 104/97) is amended 
by this Regulation.

2   Section 1(c) is amended
	(a)	by striking out "1978";
	(b)	by striking out "Standards".

3   Section 7 is amended by striking out "May 31, 2011" and 
substituting "May 31, 2016".


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Alberta Regulation 68/2011
Mines and Minerals Act
CARBON SEQUESTRATION TENURE REGULATION
Filed: April 28, 2011
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 179/2011) 
on April 28, 2011 pursuant to sections 5 and 124 of the Mines and Minerals Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	Application
Evaluation Permits
	3	Evaluation permit
	4	Term of evaluation permit
	5	Area and boundaries of evaluation permit
	6	Annual rental for evaluation permit
	7	Monitoring, measurement and verification plan for permit
	8	Grouping of evaluation permits
Carbon Sequestration Leases
	9	Carbon sequestration leases
	10	Term of carbon sequestration lease
	11	Renewal of carbon sequestration lease
	12	Area and boundaries of carbon sequestration lease
	13	Annual rental for lease
	14	Grouping of carbon sequestration leases
	15	Monitoring, measurement and verification plan for lease
	16	Duration and renewal of plan
	17	Compliance with plan
	18	Initial closure plan
	19	Duration and renewal of closure plan
	20	Post-closure Stewardship Fund
Consequential Amendments and Expiry
	21	Consequential amendments
	22	Expiry
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Board" means the Energy Resources Conservation Board;
	(b)	"carbon sequestration lease" means an agreement under 
section 116 of the Act issued in the form of a lease under 
section 9;
	(c)	"deep subsurface reservoir", in respect of a permit or lease, 
means the pore space within an underground formation that 
is deeper than 1000 metres below the surface of the land 
within the location of that permit or lease;
	(d)	"Directive 65" means Directive 65, "Resources Applications 
for Conventional Oil and Gas Reservoirs", published by the 
Board;
	(e)	"evaluation permit" means an agreement under section 115 
of the Act issued in the form of an evaluation permit under 
section 3;
	(f)	"lessee" means the holder of a carbon sequestration lease;
	(g)	"minerals" means minerals as defined in the Act; 
	(h)	"permittee" means the holder of an evaluation permit.
	(i)	"pore space" means the pores contained in, occupied by or 
formerly occupied by minerals or water below the surface of 
land.
Application 
2   This Regulation applies to agreements entered into by the Minister 
under Part 9 of the Act.
Evaluation Permits
Evaluation permit
3(1)  A person may apply to the Minister for an agreement under 
section 115 of the Act.
(2)  The Minister may issue an agreement under section 115 of the Act 
to an applicant in the form of an evaluation permit if the Minister 
receives from the applicant
	(a)	an application in a form that is satisfactory to the Minister, 
	(b)	the application fee prescribed in the Schedule to the Mines 
and Minerals Administration Regulation (AR 262/97) for an 
evaluation permit, 
	(c)	the annual rental prescribed under section 6 for the first year 
of the term of the evaluation permit, and
	(d)	a monitoring, measurement and verification plan that meets 
the requirements set out in section 7.
(3)  Subject to subsection (4), an evaluation permit grants, in 
accordance with the terms and conditions of the permit, the right to 
conduct evaluations and testing, including the drilling of wells and 
injection of substances as approved by the Board, into deep subsurface 
reservoirs within the location of the permit to evaluate the geological 
or geophysical properties of the deep subsurface reservoirs for the 
purposes of determining their suitability for use for the sequestration of 
captured carbon dioxide.
(4)  The Minister may limit the operations or activities that may be 
conducted under an evaluation permit to those operations or activities 
specified by the Minister in the evaluation permit.
(5)  An evaluation permit does not grant the permittee the right to win, 
work or recover any minerals found within the location of the permit.
Term of evaluation permit
4   The term of an evaluation permit is 5 years from the term 
commencement date shown in the permit.
Area and boundaries of evaluation permit
5(1)  The area of the location of an evaluation permit must not exceed 
73 728 hectares.
(2)  The boundaries of the location of an evaluation permit must be 
acceptable to the Minister.
(3)  The Minister may reduce the area of an evaluation permit at any 
time during the term of the permit if the permittee makes an 
application to the Minister indicating the area that is to be retained in 
the permit.
Annual rental for evaluation permit
6   The rental for each year of the term of an evaluation permit is the 
amount payable at the rate prescribed in section 20(3.1) of the Mines 
and Minerals Administration Regulation (AR 262/97).
Monitoring, measurement and verification plan for permit
7(1)  The Minister may approve a monitoring, measurement and 
verification plan received under section 3 in relation to an evaluation 
permit if the plan 
	(a)	sets out the monitoring, measurement and verification 
activities that the permittee will undertake for the term of the 
permit,
	(b)	contains an analysis of the likelihood that the operations or 
activities that may be conducted under the permit will 
interfere with mineral recovery, and
	(c)	contains any other information requested by the Minister.
(2)  A permittee must not conduct any operations or activities under 
the evaluation permit unless 
	(a)	a monitoring, measurement and verification plan has been 
approved in relation to the permit, and
	(b)	the permittee complies with the approved plan.
Grouping of evaluation permits
8(1)  A permittee, or an applicant for more than one evaluation permit, 
may apply to the Minister for the grouping of evaluation permits for 
the purpose of submitting one monitoring, measurement and 
verification plan in respect of all of the permits in the approved permit 
group.
(2)  Subject to this section, the Minister may approve an application for 
grouping of evaluation permits, subject to any terms and conditions 
that the Minister may specify.
(3)  An evaluation permit may not be included in more than one permit 
group at a time.
(4)  The location of evaluation permits within a permit group must be 
contiguous.
Carbon Sequestration Leases
Carbon sequestration leases
9(1)  A person may apply to the Minister for an agreement under 
section 116 the Act.
(2)  The Minister may issue to an applicant an agreement under section 
116 of the Act in the form of a carbon sequestration lease if the 
Minister receives from the applicant
	(a)	an application in a form that is satisfactory to the Minister, 
	(b)	the application fee prescribed in the Schedule to the Mines 
and Minerals Administration Regulation (AR 262/97) for a 
carbon sequestration lease,
	(c)	the annual rental prescribed under section 13 for the first year 
of the term of the carbon sequestration lease, 
	(d)	evidence satisfactory to the Minister that the location 
specified in the application is suitable for use for the 
sequestration of captured carbon dioxide, 
	(e)	a monitoring, measurement and verification plan that meets 
the requirements set out in section 15, and
	(f)	a closure plan that meets the requirements set out in section 
18.
(3)  Subject to subsection (4), a carbon sequestration lease grants, in 
accordance with the terms and conditions of the lease, the right to drill 
wells, conduct evaluation and testing and inject captured carbon 
dioxide into deep subsurface reservoirs within the location of the lease.
(4)  The Minister may limit the operations or activities that may be 
conducted under a carbon sequestration lease to those operations or 
activities specified by the Minister in the lease.
(5)  A carbon sequestration lease does not grant the lessee the right to 
win, work or recover any minerals found within the location of the 
lease.
Term of carbon sequestration lease
10   The term of a carbon sequestration lease is 15 years from the term 
commencement date shown in the lease.
Renewal of carbon sequestration lease
11(1)  The Minister may renew a carbon sequestration lease for further 
terms of 15 years if the Minister receives from the lessee
	(a)	an application for renewal in a form that is satisfactory to the 
Minister,
	(b)	a monitoring, measurement and verification plan that meets 
the requirements set out in section 15,
	(c)	a closure plan that meets the requirements set out in 19(3), 
and 
	(d)	evidence satisfactory to the Minister that the lessee has the 
approval of the Board under section 39 of the Oil and Gas 
Conservation Act for the injection of the captured carbon 
dioxide in the location of the lease.
(2)  The renewal of a carbon sequestration lease under subsection (1)
	(a)	may apply to a portion or portions of its location or to a zone 
or zones within the location determined by the Minister, and
	(b)	is subject to any terms and conditions that the Minister 
prescribes at the time the renewal is granted.
Area and boundaries of carbon sequestration lease
12(1)  The area of the location of a carbon sequestration lease must not 
exceed 73 728 hectares.
(2)  The boundaries of the location of a carbon sequestration lease 
must be acceptable to the Minister.
(3)  The Minister may reduce the area of a carbon sequestration lease 
at any time during the term of the lease, if the lessee makes an 
application to the Minister indicating the area that is to be retained in 
the lease.
Annual rental for lease
13   The rental for each year of the term of a carbon sequestration 
lease is the amount payable at the rate prescribed in section 20(3.1) of 
the Mines and Minerals Administration Regulation (AR 262/97).
Grouping of carbon sequestration leases
14(1)  A lessee, or an applicant for more than one carbon sequestration 
lease, may apply to the Minister for the grouping of carbon 
sequestration leases for the purpose of submitting one monitoring, 
measurement and verification plan in respect of all of the leases in the 
approved lease group.
(2)  Subject to this section, the Minister may approve an application for 
grouping of carbon sequestration leases, subject to any terms and 
conditions that the Minister may specify.
(3)  A carbon sequestration lease may not be included in more than one 
lease group at a time.
(4)  The location of carbon sequestration leases within a lease group 
must be contiguous.
Monitoring, measurement and verification plan for lease
15   The Minister may approve a monitoring, measurement and 
verification plan received under section 9 or 11 in relation to a carbon 
sequestration lease if the plan 
	(a)	sets out the monitoring, measurement and verification 
activities that the lessee will undertake while the plan is in 
effect,
	(b)	contains an analysis of the likelihood that the operations or 
activities that may be conducted under the carbon 
sequestration lease will interfere with mineral recovery, 
based on the geological interpretations and calculations the 
lessee is required to submit to the Board pursuant to 
Directive 65 in its application for approval of the injection 
scheme under the Oil and Gas Conservation Act, and
	(c)	contains any other information requested by the Minister.
Duration and renewal of plan 
16(1)  A monitoring, measurement and verification plan that is 
approved by the Minister in relation to a carbon sequestration lease 
ceases to have effect on the earlier of 
	(a)	the third anniversary of the date on which the plan was 
approved, and
	(b)	the date that the lease is renewed.
(2)  A lessee must submit a new monitoring, measurement and 
verification plan for approval under section 15 no fewer than 90 days 
before the date on which the approved plan ceases to have effect. 
Compliance with plan
17(1)  A lessee must not conduct any operations or activities under a 
carbon sequestration lease unless 
	(a)	a monitoring, measurement and verification plan has been 
approved and is in effect for the lease, and 
	(b)	the lessee complies with the approved plan.
(2)  Each year, before the anniversary date of the monitoring, 
measurement and verification plan that is in effect for the carbon 
sequestration lease, the lessee must submit to the Minister a report that 
sets out the findings and observations from the monitoring, 
measurement and verification activities that the lessee has conducted.
Initial closure plan
18   The Minister may approve a closure plan received under section 9 
in relation to a carbon sequestration lease if the plan sets out a 
description of the activities satisfactory to the Minister that the lessee 
will undertake to close down sequestration operations and facilities.   
Duration and renewal of closure plan  
19(1)  A closure plan that is approved by the Minister under section 18 
ceases to have effect on the earlier of
	(a)	the third anniversary of the date on which the plan was 
approved, and
	(b)	 the date that the carbon sequestration lease is renewed.
(2)  A lessee must submit a new closure plan for approval no fewer 
than 90 days before the date that an approved plan ceases to have 
effect. 
(3)  The Minister may approve a closure plan submitted under 
subsection (2), or received under section 11, in relation to a carbon 
sequestration lease if the plan sets out a description of the activities 
satisfactory to the Minister that the lessee will undertake to close down 
sequestration operations and facilities, and contains the following:
	(a)	a summary of the activities that have been conducted by the 
lessee on the location of the carbon sequestration lease since 
it was issued;
	(b)	the quantity of captured carbon dioxide that has been 
injected;
	(c)	an evaluation of whether the injected captured carbon dioxide 
has behaved in a manner consistent with the geological 
interpretations and calculations the lessee submitted to the 
Board pursuant to Directive 65 in its application for approval 
of the injection scheme under the Oil and Gas Conservation 
Act;
	(d)	the most recent geological interpretations and calculations 
that may have been made by the lessee with respect to the 
injected carbon dioxide and any associated pressure front;	
	(e)	a description of the location, condition, plugging procedures 
and integrity testing results for every well that has been used 
for the injection of captured carbon dioxide under the lease;
	(f)	a description of any decommissioning, abandonment or 
reclamation activities undertaken by the lessee in the location 
of the lease;
	(g)	an inventory of the reports and documents that the lessee has 
submitted to the Board or a department or agency of the 
Crown in right of Alberta or the Crown in right of Canada 
since the approval of the first closure plan related to the 
carbon sequestration lease, whether or not those reports and 
documents were required to be submitted;
	(h)	advice and recommendations about the monitoring, 
measurement and verification activities that should be 
conducted after the issuance of a closure certificate is issued 
for the carbon sequestration lease under section 120 of the 
Act.
Post-closure Stewardship Fund
20   A lessee shall pay into the Post-closure Stewardship Fund a fee 
per tonne of captured carbon dioxide injected into the location of a 
carbon sequestration lease at the rate established by the Minister.
Consequential Amendments and Expiry 
Consequential amendments
21(1)  The Mines and Minerals Administration Regulation 
(AR 262/97) is amended by this section.
(2)  Section 20 is amended 
	(a)	in subsection (3) by adding "or 116" after "section 
57(5)(c)";
	(b)	by adding the following after subsection (3):
(3.1)  A rental for a year of the term of an agreement under 
section 115 or 116 of the Act is payable at the rate of $1.00 per 
year for each hectare in the area of the location of the evaluation 
permit or carbon sequestration lease, subject to a minimum of 
$50 per year.
(3)  The Schedule is amended 
	(a)	in item 2 by adding ", other than an agreement referred to 
in item 2.1," after "of the Act";
	(b)	by adding the following after item 2: 
2.1   Fee for the issuance of an evaluation permit or carbon 
sequestration lease under the Carbon Sequestration Tenure 
Regulation	$625
Expiry
22   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, 2016.


--------------------------------
Alberta Regulation 69/2011
Government Organization Act
ELEVATING DEVICES ADMINISTRATION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 28, 2011
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 175/2011) 
on April 28, 2011 pursuant to Schedule 10 of the Government Organization Act. 
1   The Elevating Devices Administration Regulation 
(AR 72/2001) is amended by this Regulation.

2   The title of the Regulation is amended by adding 
", PASSENGER ROPEWAYS AND AMUSEMENT RIDES" 
after "DEVICES".

3   Section 11 is amended by striking out "April 30, 2011" and 
substituting "April 30, 2012".


--------------------------------
Alberta Regulation 70/2011
Municipal Government Act
MOUNTAIN VIEW REGIONAL EMERGENCY SERVICES COMMISSION 
DISESTABLISHMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 28, 2011
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 177/2011) 
on April 28, 2011 pursuant to section 602.4 of the Municipal Government Act. 
Disestablishment 
1   The Mountain View Regional Emergency Services Commission is 
disestablished. 
Winding up
2(1)  The assets of the former Mountain View Regional Emergency 
Services Commission that are set out in the Schedule are transferred to 
Alberta Health Services.
(2)  The member municipalities of the former Mountain View 
Regional Emergency Services Commission shall execute all 
documents and take all steps necessary to enforce subsection (1). 
Repeal
3   The Mountain View Regional Emergency Services Commission 
Regulation (AR 79/2001) is repealed.
SCHEDULE 
 
ASSETS
Part 1 - Vehicles
VIN
Make
Model
Year
3FAHP08117R133698
Ford
Fusion
2007
1FDXE45P56HA18951
Ford
F450
2006
1FMFU16507LA59500
Ford
Expedition
2007
1FDXE45P17DA84714
Ford
E450
2007
IFDXE45P37DA84715
Ford
E450
2007
1FDXE45P45HA08233
Ford
E450
2005
Part 2 - Equipment
 
Model #/Make
Serial #
AHS#
MVRES 



Carstairs 2063



Radio
Motorola R765
589VKE01N4
2063
Mike I 580
H83XAH6RR4AN
H83XAH6RR4AN
2063
Mike I 580
H83XAH6RR4AN
H83XAH6RR4AN
2063
GPS
Garmin Nuvi

2063
LP12 Battery 
charger
Medtronic
351948180
2063
LP12
Medtronic
12366353
2063
LP12 AC Adaptor


2063
Thermometer
Welch Allen

2063
Suction Battery
Na
A169097
2063
Suction charger and 
spare battery
Tote-L-Vac

2063
Infusion pump - 
Vista Basic
637-102 Braun
16944032C4230IE
2063
EZ IO
G3
G15604
2063
Stretcher
Striker MX Pro

2063
Backboard 1
Ferno

2063
Backboard 2
Ferno

2063
Scoop
Ferno

2063
Straps x 3
Ferno quick clip

2063
Straps x 4
Ferno seatbelt

2063
Straps x 4
Ferno seatbelt

2063
Kedrick Extrication
K.E.D.

2063
Sager Traction 
Splint
Sager

2063
Chair stretcher (old)
Ferno

2063
Pedi Pac (ped spine 
board)
Ferno

2063
Pedi Hammock
Pedi Mate

2063
Flow meter 1
Amico Corp
FMAO0776
2063
Flow meter 2
Amico Corp
FMAO0818
2063
Flow meter 3
Amico Corp
FMAO0876
2063
Bourdon Regulator 
1
BNF Medical
21030/0809
2063
M tank regulator
Western Medical

2063
Etonox Regulator
O-Two-Medical
OT621127
2063
MCI field kits


2063
Didsbury 1811
Ford
1FDXE45P37DA84715
1811
Radio Motorola 
R765
H06XCN6JS9AN
589VKE02VH
1811
Mike I 580

403.371.8640
1811
Mike I 580

403.371.8674
1811
GPS
Garmin Nuvi
1R2165035
1811
LP12
LP 12 Medtronic
11361502
1811
LP 12 Ac Adaptor
Na

1811
Thermometer
Welch Allen
A108043
1811
Suction Charger and 
spare battery
Tote-L-Vac
D7-1001
1811
Infusion Pump Vista 
Basic
Braun Vista Basic
33538-032C8302
1811
EZ IO
EZ IO
16685
1811
Stretcher
Striker Rugged Pro
739078
1811
Backboard 1
Ferno
Burgundy
1811
Backboard 2
Ferno
Burgundy
1811
Scoop
Ferno
Silver
1811
Straps


1811
Straps x 4 Ferno
Access Medical
Quick clip blue
1811
Straps x 4 Ferno
Access Medical
Quick clip blue
1811
Kedrick Extrication
Kendrick
Black
1811
Sager Traction 
Splint
Sager
Blue
1811
Chair stretcher (old)
Ferno
Burgundy
1811
Pedi Pac (ped spine 
board)
Pediatric immobilizer
Black
1811
Pedi Mate
10069
Burgundy
1811
Pedi Hammock
Medipak rescue seat
Burgundy
1811
Flow meter 1
Amico
FMAO0555
1811
Flow meter 2
Amico
FMAO0532
1811
Flow meter 3
Na

1811
Bourdon Regulator 
1
BNF Medical
600
1811
Bourdon Regulator 
1
Western Medical
M842810-0700009
1811
M tank regulator
Western Medical
Na
1811
Entonox Regulator
O-2 Medical
OT 556437
1811
MCI field kits


1811
Didsbury 1698 
Spare



Radio Primary 
Na
Na
1698
Radio Backup
Na
Na
1698
Mike I 580
Na
Na
1698
Mike I 580
Na 
Na
1698
GPS
Na
Na
1698
LP12
Na
Na
1698
LP12 Ac Adaptor
Medtronic
VLP12-06-00076
1698
Suction
Na
Na
1698
Infusion pump Vista 
Basic
Na
Na
1698
EZ IO
Na
Na
1698
Stretcher
Striker Rugged
839248
1698
Backboard 1
Ferno
Red
1698
Backboard 2
Na
Na
1698
Scoop-silver (old)
Ferno
Silver
1698
Straps x 4
Access med quick clip
Blue
1698
Straps x 4 Ferno
Access med quick clip
Blue
1698
Kedrick Extrication
Ked
Green
1698
Sager Traction 
Splint
Sager
Blue
1698
Chair stretcher (old)
Ferno
Burgundy
1698
Pedi Pac (ped spine 
board)
Life Support Prod
Blue with black straps
1698
Patient Hammock
Medi pak
Burgundy
1698
Pedi-mate
Rescue seat
Burgundy 10069
1698
Flow meter 1
Western Medical
Na
1698
Flow meter 2
Western Medical
Na
1698
Bourdon Regulator 
1
Western Medical
M558890-0600039
1698
M tank regulator
Western Medical
Na
1698
Entonox Regulator
SQ
Na
1698
MCI field kits


1698
Sundre 1812



GPS
Garmin Nuvi 265W

1812
Battery charger
Medtronic

1812
LP 12 
Physio Control

1812
LP 12 Ac Adaptor
Physio Control

1812
Thermometer
Welch Allyn

1812
Suction Battery
Tote-l-Vac

1812
Suction Charger and 
spare battery
Tote-l-Vac

1812
Infusion pump
Vista Braun

1812
EZ IO
Vidacare

1812
Stretcher
MX PRO

1812
Backboard 1
Ferno

1812
Backboard 2
Ferno

1812
Scoop
Ferno Yellow 65 EXL

1812
Straps x 4 Morrison 
Medical
Quick clip

1812
Straps x 4 Ferno
Quick clip

1812
Straps x 4 Ferno
Quick clip

1812
Kedrick Extrication
Ferno

1812
Sager Traction 
Splint
Sager

1812
Chair stretcher (old)
Ferno

1812
Pedi Pac (ped spine 
board)
M-78

1812
Patient Hammock
Ferno

1812
Flow meter 1
Amico Corp

1812
Flow meter 2
Amico Corp

1812
Flow meter 3
Amico Corp

1812
Bourdon Regulator 
1
BNF Corp

1812
M tank regulator
Western Medical

1812
Entonox Regulator
SQ

1812
MCI field kits


1812
Sundre 1675



Thermometer
Welch Allyn

1675
LP 12
Physio Control

1675
LP 12 Ac Adaptor
Physio Control

1675
Suction
Tote-l-Vac

1675
EZ IO
Vidacare

1675
Stretcher
MX PRO

1675
Backboard 1
Ferno

1675
Backboard 2
Ferno

1675
Scoop-silver
Ferno

1675
Straps x 4 Morrison 
Medical
Quick clip

1675
Straps x 4 Ferno
Access Medical

1675
Kedrick Extrication
Ferno

1675
Sager Traction 
Splint
Sager

1675
Chair stretcher (old)
Ferno

1675
Pedi Pac (ped spine 
board)
Life Support Prod

1675
Patient Hammock
Ferno

1675
Patient Hammock
Ferno

1675
Pedi-mate
Ferno

1675
Flow meter 1
Amico Corp

1675
Flow meter 2
Amico Corp

1675
Bourdon Regulator
Dynaflo

1675
M tank Regulator
Western Medical

1675
Entonox Regulator
SQ

1675
MCI field kits


1675
Ambulance Bay



Stretcher (old)
Ferno


Backboard 1
Ferno


Backboard 2
Ferno


Spider Straps
Fluorescent orange


Olds 1788


1788
Radio
Motorola R765
589VKE03BY
1788
Mike I 580

403.371.8284
1788
Mike I 580

403.371.8747
1788
GPS
Garmin Nuvi
1R2165074
1788
Battery charger


1788
LP 12
Life Pak 12

1788
LP 12 Ac Adaptor
Na

1788
Thermometer
Welch Allen

1788
Suction Battery
Tote-L-Vac

1788
Suction Charger and 
spare battery

032C8696
1788
Infusion Pump Vista 
Basic
Braun Vista Basic
16678
1788
EZ IO

81240189
1788
Stretcher
Ferno Rugged Pro
Red
1788
Backboard 1
Ferno

1788
Backboard 2
Ferno
Silver
1788
Scoop
Ferno
Black
1788
Straps x 3
Spider straps
Neon orange
1788
Straps x 4 Ferno
Ferno
Green
1788
Straps x 4 Ferno
Ferno
Blue
1788
Kedrick Extrication
Ked
Old Burgundy
1788
Sager Traction 
Splint
Sager
Na
1788
Chair stretcher (old)
10069
Burgundy
1788
Pedi Pac (ped spine 
board)
10069
Burgundy
1788
Pedi Hammock
Na

1788
Flow meter 1
Amico
FMA4750
1788
Flow meter 2
Amico
FMA3862
1788
Flow meter 3
Flotek
500901
1788
Bourdon Regulator 
1


1788
M tank regulator
Victor Med Pro
CGA-955
1788
Entonox regulator
Yes

1788
MCI field kits


1788
Olds 1890



Radio Primary
Motorola R765

1890
Radio Backup
Motorola CDM 1250

1890
Mike I580
706A

1890
Mike I580
706B

1890
GPS
Garmin Nuvi 265W

1890
LP 12
DVLP12-002-000023

1890
LP 12 Ac Adaptor
Medtronic

1890
Suction
Tote-L-Vac

1890
Infusion Pump Vista 
basic
Braun Vista Basic

1890
EZ IO
Power driver Lis

1890
Stretcher
Striker Rugged

1890
Backboard 1
Ferno

1890
Backboard 2
Ferno

1890
Scoop - silver (old)
Ferno

1890
Straps x 4
At hospital

1890
Straps x 4 Ferno
Ferno

1890
Kedrick Extrication
Ked

1890
Sager Traction 
Splint
Sager

1890
Chair stretcher (old)
Ferno

1890
Pedi Pac (ped spine 
board)
Life Support Prod

1890
Patient Hammock
Na

1890
Patient Hammock
Medi Pak

1890
Pedi-Mate
Rescue Seat

1890
Flow meter 1
Amico Corp

1890
Flow meter 2
Amico Corp

1890
Flow meter 3
Amico Corp

1890
Bourdon Regulator 
1
BNF Medical

1890
Bourdon Regulator 
2
Flotec

1890
M tank regulator
Western Medical

1890
Entonox regulator
Flynn

1890
MCI field kits


1890
Olds PRU710



Radio - Motorola 
R765
H06XCN6JS9AN

PRU710
Mike Phone I 580
H83XAH6RR4AN

PRU710
Mike Phone I 580
H83XAH6RR4AN

PRU710
HP Mobile printer
HP Office Jet

PRU710
Blackberry 1


PRU710
Blackberry 2


PRU710
Life Pack 12


PRU710
Medi Pak Ferno 
Rescue Seats


PRU710
Bourdon O2 
Regulator


PRU710
Part 3 - Furniture and Supplies
Item Description/Make
Model
Serial #
Furniture - Sundre


Office


Desk


Office Chair


Computer: Dell
Optiplex GX280
CC8MF61
Scanner
Canonscan N670V
F915800
Monitor

MY-OX3782-
47603-4AT-
BXSU
Printer
HP LaserJet P1005
VNB3R28592
Speakers
MLI 70
111002275
Shredder

055 991206 E 
101 0000 1224
Laptop
D380
PP04x
Wireless Router
Linksys
WRT54GS
Filing cabinet


Bookcase


Measurements
10'11" x 14'1"

Kitchen


Kitchen Table and 4 chairs


Microwave
Danby Designer
5.05081E+11
Plates


Pans


Silverware


Measurements
10'4" x 12'9"

Living Room


Couch


Sofa Chair


Recliner


Coffee Table


End Table


Television
View Sonic N3735W
QNG075120083
DVD
Sony
2001064
Satellite Receiver
Star Choice
3.007E+18
TV stand


Measurements
26' x 39'

Bedroom 1


Single bed


End table


Measurements
9'2" x 11'4"

Bedroom 2


Single bed


End table


Measurements
9'2" x 11'4"

Bedroom 3


Single bed


End table


Measurements
9'2" x 11'4"

Misc


Sentry Safe
NA

Washer/Dryer
Frigidaire Gallery

Furniture - Olds


Office


Desk
U shape wood

Office Chair
Leather

Office Chair
Leather

Office Chair
Cloth

Computer
Dell Optiplex 755

Monitor
Dell E773S

Printer
HP C6430E

Fax
HP 1010

Filing cabinet
Metal 2 drawer

Filing cabinet
Metal 2 drawer

Safe Narcotic
Sentry

Shredder
GBC

Wall Safe
GE Supra

Bookcase
3 shelf with bottom cupboard

Phones 1
Uniden

Phones 2
Uniden

Measurements
8' x 9'

Delta Office


Desk 1


Desk 2


Office chair


Office chair
Cloth

Laptop 1
Dell D820 Latitude

Laptop 2
Dell D820 Latitude

Printer/fax/photocopier
HP office jet pro

Filing Cabinet
Metal large with 3 drawers

Filing Cabinet wood
3 drawers

Safe Narcotic
Na

Shredder
Fellowes P-58CS

Wall safe
Na

Bookcase
3 shelves & 1 cupboard

Measurements
8'10" x 10'

Kitchen
Fire's

Kitchen Table & 4 Chairs
Fire's

Microwave
Fire's

Plates
Fire's

Pans
Fire's

Silverware
Fire's

Measurements


Living room


Couch
Leather

Sofa chair x 3
Leather x 2

Recliner
Cloth x 1

Coffee table
Wood

End table x 2
Wood

Television
Panasonic
PT51SX30C8
DVD
Samsung P230

Satellite Receiver
Star Choice

Microwave
Danby Designer

TV stand
Na

Measurements
21'6" x 21'4"

Bedroom 1


Single bed
Yes

End table
Yes

Desk
Yes

Chair
Yes

Measurements 
10' x 9'8"

Bedroom 2


Single bed
Yes

End table
Yes

Desk
Yes

Chair
Yes

Measurements
10' x 9'2"




Office


Desk with Hutch
Wood

Office Chair
Cloth

Office Chair
Cloth

Computer
Dell
4XBMGC1
Monitor:  Flat

CN-011280-
71618-GBH-
AA4C
Monitor

CN-09M556-
64180-2CB-
034D
Printer
HP LaserJet P1005
VNB4601678
Lp12 Charger
Medtronic
351948180
Fax
Na

Filing cabinet metal
2 drawer

Filing cabinet metal
3 drawer

Measurements
9'3" x 9'

Kitchen


Kitchen Table & 4 chairs
No

Stove
Fire

Fridge
Fire

Measurements
8' x 8'

Living Room


Couch
Cloth

Loveseat
Cloth

Sofa Chair
Cloth

Coffee table
Wood

Television
JVC
7022484
DVD
Sony
1034218
Satellite Receiver
Star Choice
8614753430162
31
TV stand
Yes

Bookcase metal
3 shelves

Measurements


Bedroom 1


Table
Octagon in middle

Single bed


Storage locker


Measurements
9'11" x 8'10"

Bedroom 2


Single bed


Storage locker


Measurements
8'9" x 8'8"

Bedroom 3


Bed


Locker


Measurements
12'11" x 8'11"

Storage Room


Sentry Safe


Storage Unit 1


Storage Unit 2


Measurements
10' x 8'

Ambulance Bay


Filing Cabinet


Lockers


Measurements
34' x 21'

Telecommunications


Radio

749TGNB615
Radio #2 (destroyed)

749TAQQ779
Radio Delta 2

749TAQQ764
Cell Phone 703
Motorola V3c
DEC 
03009463355
Radio #8

749TAQQ791
Radio #4

749TAQQ793
Radio #5

749TAQQ788
Radio

749TGNB617
Radio

749TDNB198
Radio #1

749TAQQ764
Radio #3

749TAQQ789
Radio #7

749TAQQ862
Wireless Router
Linksys WRT150N
CQ601G314754
Blackberry
AASTRA
A26125400477
Cell Phone (spare)
Motorola V3c
DEC 
01203861068
Cell Phone 706
Motorola V3c
DEC 
02709968022
Cell Phone 725
Motorola V3c
DEC 
02712364317
Cell Phone 736
Motorola V3c
DEC 
02011680015
D-link
DSL3001
H23311C02368
1


--------------------------------
Alberta Regulation 71/2011
Victims of Crime Act
VICTIMS OF CRIME AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: April 28, 2011
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 182/2011) 
on April 28, 2011 pursuant to section 17 of the  Victims of Crime Act.
1   The Victims of Crime Regulation (AR 63/2004) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 3 is amended by adding the following after 
subsection (5):
(6)  If an applicant has been refused financial benefits, the Director 
must reconsider the refusal if the Director becomes aware of the 
existence of new material information.

3   Section 7 is amended 
	(a)	by repealing subsection (1)(f) and substituting the 
following:
	(f)	"sentence" means, with respect to a conviction, the 
custodial sentence, served either within a provincial or 
federal centre or in the community under a conditional 
sentence order;
	(b)	in subsection (3) by striking out "one point for each 
year of any sentence served by that victim during the conduct 
period" and substituting "one point per year or portion of 
a year for each custodial sentence served, either within a 
provincial or federal centre or in the community under a 
conditional sentence order during that conduct period";
	(c)	by repealing subsection (5)(a);
	(d)	in subsection (6) by striking out "Director may" and 
substituting "Director shall";
	(e)	by adding the following after subsection (6):
(6.1)  Where a victim has been designated as a dangerous 
offender or a long-term offender by the courts pursuant to section 
753 or 753.1 of the Criminal Code (Canada), that victim is not 
eligible to apply for financial benefits.

4   Section 21 is amended by striking out "June 1, 2011" and 
substituting "June 1, 2018".

5   Schedules 1, 2 and 3 are repealed and the following is 
substituted:
Schedule 1  
Eligible Offences
1   Any of the following offences under the Criminal Code 
(Canada) are eligible offences:
Item 
Number
Section of 
Criminal Code 
(Canada)
Description of Offence
1
65
Taking part in a riot
2
76
Hijacking of aircraft
3
77
Endangering safety of aircraft in 
flight
4
78
Taking onboard a civilian aircraft 
offensive weapons or 
explosive substances
5
78.1
Seizing control of ship, etc.
6
80
Failure to take reasonable care in 
respect of explosives where death 
or bodily harm results
7
81
Intentionally causing death or 
bodily harm by explosive substance
8
86(1)
Careless use of firearm
9
98.1
Robbery to steal firearm
10
129(a)
Resisting or obstructing public or 
peace officer
11
151
Sexual interference
12
152
Invitation to sexual touching
13
153
Sexual exploitation
14
153.1(1)
Sexual exploitation of person with 
disability
15
155
Incest
16
159
Anal intercourse
17
160
Bestiality
18
162
Voyeurism
19
163.1
Child pornography
20
170
Parent or guardian procuring sexual 
activity
21
172.1
Luring a child
22
173
Indecent acts
23
175
Causing disturbance, indecent 
exhibition, loitering, etc.
24
212
Procuring
25
215
Failure to provide necessaries
26
218
Abandoning child
27
220
Causing death by criminal 
negligence
28
221
Causing bodily harm by criminal 
negligence
29
222
Homicide
30
230
Murder in commission of offences
31
233
Infanticide
32
235
Murder
33
236
Manslaughter
34
239
Attempted murder
35
244
Discharging firearm with intent
36
244.1
Causing bodily harm with intent - 
air gun or pistol
37
245
Administering noxious substance
38
246
Overcoming resistance to 
commission of offence
39
247
Setting traps likely to cause death 
or bodily harm
40
248
Interfering with transportation 
facilities
41
262
Impeding attempt to save life
42
264
Criminal harassment
43
266
Assault
44
267
Assault causing bodily harm; 
assault with a weapon
45
268
Aggravated assault
46
269
Unlawfully causing bodily harm
47
269.1
Torture
48
270
Assaulting a peace officer
49
270.01
Assaulting peace officer with 
weapon or causing bodily harm
50
270.02
Aggravated assault of peace officer
51
271
Sexual assault
52
272
Sexual assault with a weapon, 
threats to a third party or causing 
bodily harm
53
273
Aggravated sexual assault
54
273.3
Removal of child from Canada for 
sexual purpose
55
279(1)
Kidnapping/illegal confinement
56
279(2)
Forcible confinement
57
279.01
Trafficking in persons
58
279.1
Hostage taking
59
280
Abduction of person under 16 years 
of age
60
281
Abduction of person under 14 years 
of age
61
344
Robbery
62
346
Extortion
63
423
Intimidation
64
430(2)
Mischief causing actual danger to 
life
65
433
Arson
2   Offences involving motor vehicles are not eligible for financial 
benefits except where the motor vehicle was deemed to have been 
intentionally used as a weapon.
Schedule 2  
Criminal Conduct Offences
1   Any of the following offences under the Criminal Code 
(Canada) are criminal conduct offences:
Item Number
Section of 
Criminal Code 
(Canada)
Description of Offence
1
46(2)
Treason
2
50
Assisting enemy
3
51
Intimidating Parliament or 
legislature
4
52
Sabotage
5
53
Incitement to mutiny
6
54
Assisting deserter
7
82(1)
Possession of explosives 
without lawful excuse
8
83.02
Providing/collecting property 
for terrorist activity
9
83.03
Providing property/services 
for terrorism
10
83.04
Using or possessing property 
for terrorism
11
83.18
Participation in a terrorist group
12
83.19
Facilitating terrorist activity
13
83.2
Commission of offence for 
terrorist group
14
83.21
Instructing activity for a terrorist 
group
15
83.22
Instructing terrorist activity
16
83.23
Harbouring/concealing a 
terrorist
17
83.231
Hoax regarding terrorist activity
18
85
Use of firearm in an offence
19
87
Pointing a firearm
20
88
Possessing weapon for 
dangerous purpose
21
89
Carrying weapon at public 
meeting
22
90
Carrying concealed weapon
23
91(1)
Unauthorized possession of 
firearm
24
92
Possession of firearm knowing 
its possession is unauthorized
25
93
Possession of firearm at 
unauthorized place
26
94
Unauthorized possession of 
firearm in motor vehicle
27
95
Possession of prohibited firearm 
or restricted firearm
28
96
Possession of weapon obtained 
by commission of an offence
29
98
Breaking and entering to steal 
firearm
30
99
Weapons trafficking
31
100
Possession for purposes of 
weapons trafficking
32
102
Making automatic firearm
33
103
Import/export unauthorized 
weapons
34
104
Unauthorized import/export of 
weapons
35
105
Losing/finding firearm but not 
reporting
36
117.01
Weapons possession contrary to 
order
37
144
Prison breach
38
145(1)
Escape and being at large 
without excuse
39
145(3)
Failure to comply with condition 
of undertaking or recognizance
40
145(5.1)
Failure to comply with 
conditions of undertaking
41
146
Permitting or assisting escape
42
161
Order of prohibition
43
163
Corrupting morals
44
171
Householder permitting sexual 
activity (with a minor)
45
176(1)
Obstructing, or violence to, or 
arrest of officiating clergyman
46
179
Vagrancy
47
180(1)
Common nuisance
48
182
Interfering with or indignity to 
dead body
49
210
Keeping a bawdy-house
50
211
Transporting person to 
bawdy-house
51
213
Offence in relation to 
prostitution
52
240
Accessory after fact to murder
53
241
Counselling or aiding suicide
54
243
Concealing body of child
55
264.1
Uttering threats
56
270.1
Disarming a peace officer
57
282
Abduction contrary to custody 
order
58
283
Abduction
59
318
Advocating genocide
60
319
Public incitement of hatred
61
348
Breaking and entering
62
349
Being unlawfully in 
dwelling-house
63
351
Possession of break-in 
instrument
64
354
Possession of property obtained 
by crime
65
357
Bringing into Canada property 
obtained by crime
66
423.1
Intimidation of justice system 
participant
67
424
Threat against internationally 
protected person
68
424.1
Threat against United Nations or 
associate personnel
69
431
Attack on residence of 
internationally protected person
70
431.1
Attack on United Nations 
personnel
71
434
Arson - damage to property
72
435
Arson for fraudulent purpose
73
462.31
Laundering proceeds of crime
74
463
Attempts, accessories
75
464
Counselling offence
76
465
Conspiracy
77
467.11
Participation in activities of 
criminal organization
78
467.12
Commission of offence for 
criminal organization
79
467.13
Instructing commission of 
offence for criminal 
organization
2   Any offence listed in Schedule 1.
3   Any offence under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act 
(Canada).
4   Any offence under the Crimes Against Humanity and War 
Crimes Act (Canada).
Schedule 3 
 
Injury Schedule
Definitions
1   In this Schedule,
	(a)	"ADL" means activities of daily living that are activities 
usually performed in the course of a normal day and are used 
to measure a person's ability to function independently and 
includes eating, bathing, grooming, dressing, toileting and 
transferring;
	(b)	"episode" means an event that is distinctive and separate and 
can be part of a larger series;
	(c)	"face" means the area in front of the ears and from the line of 
the jaw to and including the forehead;
	(d)	"IADL" means instrumental activities of daily living that are 
a series of life functions used for maintaining a person's 
immediate environment and are used to measure a person's 
ability to live independently and includes obtaining food, 
cooking, laundering, housecleaning, phone use, travelling in 
community, managing one's medications and managing 
one's finances;
	(e)	"muscle grade" refers to the American Spinal Injury 
Association (ASIA) 5-point Motor Index scale of grading 
muscle strength or weakness with the strength of 5 
considered normal and 0 considered paralysis;
	(f)	"site" means the head, neck, chest and abdomen, back or any 
limb;
	(g)	"surgery" means surgical procedures generally performed in 
an operating room, but does not include procedures 
commonly performed in an Emergency Department or a 
physician's office.
General principles
2   The following principles are to be applied with respect to making a 
determination under this Schedule:
	(a)	all injuries must be a direct result of the offence committed 
against the victim and verified by a medical professional with 
the qualifications appropriate to the injury;
	(b)	removable prosthetic devices and aids such as eye glasses, 
dentures and prosthetic limbs are considered property and are 
not eligible for financial benefits;
	(c)	residual effects of injuries, or impairment, are to be assessed 
at the point of maximum medical improvement (MMI), as 
determined by a medical professional with the qualifications 
appropriate to the injury;
	(d)	complications or impairments arising from the initial injury 
or treatment are considered part of the injury award;
	(e)	lacerations and burns include any resulting scarring or 
disfigurement and any reduced mobility due to scarring;
	(f)	injuries with severity scores under 2.500 may be combined to 
a maximum severity score of 7.000 and awarded as a single 
injury of "multiple minor injuries";
	(g)	only one injury per injury subgroup, or group, where no 
subgroup exists, can be awarded, unless the injuries are for 
different limbs or the injury is in the category of medical 
conditions;  
	(h)	for any injury resulting in amputation, the amputation injury 
shall be awarded and not the underlying injury to structures 
or tissues, and where an injury previously awarded results in 
amputation, the award for amputation shall replace the 
previously awarded injury to underlying structures or tissues;
	(i)	where the specific injury is not listed in the subgroup, or 
group where no subgroup exists, the most appropriate injury 
in that subgroup or group shall be selected.
3   The severity of an injury is to be determined using the following 
table:
Severity of Injury


Group
Subgroup
Injury
Severity




Airway





Airway irritation
1.408


Airway inflammation
3.305
Amputation



Head




Amputation ear, partial
14.255


Amputation ear (over 25%)
28.510

Face




Amputation nose, partial
17.611


Amputation nose (over 25%)
35.222

Mouth




Amputation tongue, partial
19.233


Amputation tongue (over 25%)
40.200

Lower limb




Amputation toe(s)
18.425


Amputation foot, partial
40.200


Amputation lower limb, below knee
69.275


Amputation lower limb, above knee
80.103

Upper limb




Amputation finger
19.233


Amputation fingers or thumb
35.222


Amputation finger(s) and thumb
43.511


Amputation hand, partial
55.634


Amputation upper limb, below elbow
80.103


Amputation upper limb, above elbow
109.237
External Structures




Loss of hair
0.237

Bruise/ 
abrasion




Bruise(s), swelling and/or abrasion(s)
2.267


Bruise(s), swelling and/or abrasion(s), more 
than two sites
 
3.305


Bruise(s), swelling and/or abrasion(s), 
multiple to face, head and/or neck
 
3.305 


Bruise(s), swelling and/or abrasion(s) to over 
40% of body
 
15.520

Burns




First degree burn(s), for each 1% of total 
body surface area burned
 
0.750


Second degree burn(s), for each 1% of total 
body surface area burned
 
1.500


Third degree burn(s), for each 1% of total 
body surface area burned, excluding face
 
3.000


Third degree burn(s) to face, for each 1% 
surface area burned
 
10.200


* Multiple burns are awarded as a single 
injury based on the total severity score.
* Maximum severity score for a third degree 
burn involving the face is 45.900.
* Maximum severity score for burns is 
175.000.


Facial 
lacerations




Facial laceration(s) not requiring sutures or 
similar medical procedure
 
2.267


Facial laceration(s) less than 5 cm, requiring 
sutures or similar medical procedure
 
10.200


Facial laceration(s) 5 to 10 cm, requiring 
sutures or similar medical procedure
 
17.894


Facial laceration(s) greater than 10 cm, 
requiring sutures or similar medical 
procedure
 
 
23.106

Non-facial 
lacerations




Non-facial laceration(s) not requiring sutures 
or similar medical procedure
 
2.267


Non-facial laceration(s) less than 5 cm, 
requiring sutures or similar medical 
procedure
 
 
4.426


Non-facial laceration(s) 5 to 10 cm, requiring 
sutures or similar medical procedure
 
5.800


Non-facial laceration(s) 11 to 20 cm, 
requiring sutures or similar medical 
procedure
 
 
12.500


Non-facial laceration(s) greater than 20 cm, 
requiring sutures or similar medical 
procedure
 
 
20.078

Penetrating 
injury




Penetrating injury, no underlying 
structural/organ injury
 
5.800


Penetrating injuries, no underlying 
structural/organ injury
 
17.861
Medical Conditions



Chlamydia, genital warts, gonorrhea and/or 
syphilis
 
5.776


Genital herpes, Hepatitis B, C or D and/or 
HIV
 
20.078


Hepatitis B, C or D (disease) and/or HIV 
seroconversion
 
38.066


Pregnancy (must be confirmed by a 
physician)
 
35.845


Toxic effect of injected/ingested substances
5.776
Neurological



Brain




Brain stem contusion
42.417


Closed head injury
12.500


Cortical contusion (bruising of brain)
22.242


Cortex laceration
63.224


Concussion
12.500


Post-concussion syndrome
23.106


Intracranial hematoma/hemorrhage
49.884


Intracranial hematoma/hemorrhage, requiring 
surgery
 
60.950


Brain injury with seizure(s) at time of initial 
injury
 
35.845


Brain injury with residual seizures
65.267


Brain injury with hemiparesis
149.364


Brain injury with residual cognitive, 
psychosocial or physical effects, capable of 
independent living (excludes 
concussion/post-concussion syndrome)
 
 
 
65.267


Brain injury, requiring surgery, residual 
cognitive, psychosocial or physical effects, 
capable of independent living (excludes 
concussion/post-concussion syndrome)
 
 
 
111.329


Brain injury, requiring supervised living
162.975


Brain injury, fully dependent related to 
physical (ADL) and/or cognitive (IADL) 
impairments
 
 
217.299

Nerve, 
head/neck




Cranial nerve injury(ies), with sensory 
impairment
 
2.887


Cranial nerve injury, multiple with motor 
impairment
 
24.818


Cranial nerve injury, singular with motor 
impairment
 
17.589


Laryngeal nerve injury with paralysis of 
vocal cord(s)
 
40.342

Nerve, lower 
limb




Lower limb nerve injury, disruption of 
sensation
 
2.887


Lower limb nerve injury, muscle strength 3 
or higher
 
23.106


Lower limb nerve injury, muscle strength 
less than 3
 
43.511


Lower limb nerve injury, no motor or sensory 
function preserved
 
57.766


Lower limb nerve injury, requiring surgery
17.033

Nerve, torso




Torso nerve injury, disruption of sensation
2.887


Torso nerve injury, disruption of sensation 
and motor function
 
20.347

Nerve, upper 
limb




Upper limb nerve injury, disruption of 
sensation
 
2.887


Upper limb nerve injury, muscle strength 3 or 
higher
 
23.106


Upper limb nerve injury, muscle strength less 
than 3
 
43.511


Upper limb nerve injury, no motor or sensory 
function preserved
 
57.766


Upper limb nerve injury, requiring surgery
15.552

Spinal cord




Cervical injury, disruption of motor/sensory 
function
 
27.163


Cervical injury, motor function preserved 
below neurologic level of injury, most of key 
muscles below level of injury have muscle 
grade of 3 or higher
 
 
 
109.237


Cervical injury, motor function preserved 
below neurologic level of injury, most of key 
muscles below level of injury have muscle 
grade of less than 3
 
 
 
162.975


Cervical injury, sensory function, no  motor 
function, preserved below neurologic level of 
injury extending through sacral segments 
S4-S5
 
 
 
195.569


Cervical injury, no motor or sensory function 
preserved below neurologic level of injury 
extending through sacral segments S4-S5
 
 
217.299


Lumbosacral injury, disruption of 
motor/sensory function
 
13.332


Lumbosacral injury, motor function 
preserved below neurologic level of injury, 
most of key muscles below level of injury 
have muscle grade of 3 or higher
 
 
 
53.330


Lumbosacral injury, motor function 
preserved below neurologic level of injury, 
most of key muscles below level of injury 
have muscle grade of less than 3
 
 
 
79.995


Lumbosacral injury, sensory function, no 
motor function, preserved below neurologic 
level of injury extending through sacral 
segments S4-S5
 
 
95.995


Lumbosacral injury, no motor or sensory 
function preserved below neurologic level of 
injury extending through sacral segments 
S4-S5
 
 
106.661


Thoracic injury, disruption of motor/sensory 
function
 
17.776


Thoracic injury, motor function preserved 
below neurologic level of injury, most of key 
muscles below level of injury have muscle 
grade of 3 or higher
 
 
 
79.995


Thoracic injury, motor function preserved 
below neurologic level of injury, most of key 
muscles below level of injury have muscle 
grade of less than 3
 
 
 
106.661


Thoracic injury, sensory function, no motor 
function, preserved below neurologic level of 
injury extending through sacral segments 
S4-S5
 
 
127.993


Thoracic injury, no motor or sensory function 
preserved below neurologic level of injury 
extending through sacral segments S4-S5
 
 
142.214
Oral




Dental




Dento-alveolar fracture(s)
8.412


Dento-alveolar fracture(s), requiring surgery
13.332


Chipped teeth, requiring treatment
4.287


Damaged or loss of crown or fixed 
bridge/fixed appliance
 
8.412


Fractured tooth
8.412


Loosened and/or chipped teeth, no treatment 
required
 
1.011


Loosened teeth, requiring non-invasive 
treatment such as splinting
 
4.212


Loosened or damaged tooth, requiring 
invasive treatment such as root canal
 
8.412


Loss of tooth
10.105


* Multiple dental injuries are awarded as a 
single injury equal to the total award value 
(not severity score) of the individual injuries.  
* Maximum benefit for dental injuries is the 
equivalent of 12 lost teeth.


Mouth




Oral cavity injury(ies)
2.267


Oral cavity injury(ies), requiring sutures or 
similar medical procedure
 
4.426


Oral cavity injury(ies), requiring surgery
17.307
Organs/circulatory



Circulatory




Vascular injury, hemodynamically stable
5.264


Vascular injury, hemodynamically stable, 
requiring surgery
21.756


Vascular injury, hemodynamically unstable
30.984

Organs




Injury(ies) requiring chest tube(s)
17.033


Injury(ies) requiring exploratory surgery
21.756


Injury(ies) requiring exploratory surgery and 
chest tube insertion
23.106


Organ injury
13.332


Organ injury, requiring surgery
27.949


Organ injuries to 2 organs
27.949


Organ injuries to 2 organs, at least one 
requiring surgery
42.417


Organ injuries to 3 or more organs
34.602


Organ injuries to 3 or more organs, at least 
one requiring surgery
 
50.071


Organ injury with loss of or loss of function 
to one organ (excluding gallbladder, 
appendix)
 
40.430


Organ injuries with loss of or loss of function 
to one organ (excluding gallbladder, 
appendix)
 
63.443


Organ injuries with loss of or loss of function 
to 2 organs (excluding gallbladder, appendix)
 
69.275


Organ injuries with loss of or loss of function 
to 3 or more organs (excluding gallbladder, 
appendix)
 
80.103


* Includes organs of the chest, abdomen and 
internal reproductive organs

Psychological




Psychological injury
10.105


Psychological injury, with one factor
21.756


Psychological injury, with two factors
34.602


Psychological injury, with three factors
50.071


Psychological injury, with four factors
65.267


Psychological injury, with five factors
69.275


Upon verification of psychological injury by 
a medical professional with the qualifications 
appropriate to the injury, the following 
incident factors can be applied:
* Victim was under the age of 18 at the time 
of the incident
* More than five episodes
* Multiple aggressors and/or weapons
* Vaginal and/or anal penetration, including 
forced oral sex
* More than five treatment sessions related to 
the incident(s)

Reproductive




Genitalia injury, including contusion(s), 
abrasion(s) and/or laceration(s)
 
3.305


Genitalia injury, requiring sutures or similar 
medical procedure
 
17.903


Genitalia injury, requiring surgery
27.949


Genitalia, loss of
38.655
Sensory




Ear/hearing




Hearing loss and/or tinnitus, one or both ears
6.411


Hearing loss, partial, one ear
24.501


Hearing loss, partial, both ears
40.430


Hearing loss, profound, one ear
44.600


Hearing loss, profound, both ears
65.267


Tympanic membrane injury, one or both ears
2.576


Tinnitus, ongoing more than 3 months, one 
or both ears
17.903

Eye/vision




Injury causing irritation to eye(s)
2.267


Injury causing visual disturbance, ongoing 
more than 3 months
 
27.949


Loss of vision, best corrected visual acuity 
20/50-20/200, one eye
 
50.071


Loss of vision, best corrected visual acuity 
20/50-20/200, both eyes
 
79.995


Loss of vision and/or eye, best corrected 
visual acuity less than 20/200, one eye
 
69.275


Loss of vision and/or eye, best corrected 
visual acuity less than 20/200, both eyes
 
142.214


Non-penetrating (closed globe) injury to 
eye(s)
 
2.576


Non-penetrating (closed globe) injury to 
eye(s), requiring surgery or laser treatment
 
24.501


Penetrating (open globe) injury to eye
21.602


Penetrating (open globe) injury to eyes
34.602


Penetrating (open globe) injury to eye(s), 
requiring surgery or laser treatment
 
44.600

Taste/smell




Loss of taste and/or smell
6.411
Skeletal



Face




Fracture one facial bone, excluding nasal 
bones
21.602


Fracture one facial bone, requiring surgery, 
excluding nasal bones
 
34.602


Fractures two facial bones
28.182


Fractures two facial bones, at least one bone 
requiring surgery
44.600


Fractures three or more facial bones
34.602


Fractures three or more facial bones, at least 
one bone requiring surgery
 
50.071


Fracture(s) nasal bones
6.411


Fracture(s) nasal bones, requiring surgery
12.822

Head




Fracture(s) skull
22.242


Fracture(s) skull, requiring surgery
34.602

Lower limb - 
lower leg




Avulsion fracture lower leg
3.583


Avulsion fracture lower leg, requiring 
surgery
 
10.200


Fracture(s) toe(s) and/or foot
10.200


Fracture(s) toe(s) and/or foot, at least one 
bone requiring surgery
 
19.233


Fracture lower leg
19.233


Fracture lower leg, requiring surgery
27.949


Fractures lower leg, 2 bones
22.242


Fractures lower leg, 2 bones, at least one 
bone requiring surgery
 
34.602


Fractures lower leg, 3 or more bones
27.949


Fractures lower leg, 3 or more bones, at least 
one requiring surgery
 
44.600


* Lower leg includes ankle, tibia, fibula and 
patella



* Multiple fractures of the toes and/or foot 
will be considered one bone when awarding 
multiple lower leg fractures


Lower limb - 
upper leg




Avulsion fracture upper leg
3.583


Avulsion fracture upper leg, requiring 
surgery
 
10.200


Fracture(s) femur
30.984


Fracture(s) femur, requiring surgery
49.884

Spine




Fracture vertebra
19.233


Fracture vertebra, requiring surgery
27.949


Fractures 2 vertebrae
22.242


Fractures 2 vertebrae, requiring surgery
34.602


Fractures 3 or more vertebrae
27.949


Fractures 3 or more vertebrae, requiring 
surgery
 
44.600


Fracture(s) spinous and/or transverse process
4.287

Torso - 
upper




Avulsion fracture upper torso
3.552


Avulsion fracture upper torso, requiring 
surgery
 
10.105


Fracture rib(s), one or two
10.105


Fracture ribs, three to six
12.822


Fracture ribs, more than six
19.233


Fracture upper torso, one bone, excluding 
ribs
 
19.233


Fracture upper torso, one bone, excluding 
ribs, requiring surgery
 
27.949


Fractures upper torso, two bones
22.242


Fractures upper torso, two bones, at least one 
requiring surgery
 
34.602


Fractures upper torso, three or more bones
27.949


Fractures upper torso, three or more bones, at 
least one requiring surgery
 
44.600


* Multiple rib fractures will be considered 
one bone when awarding multiple torso 
fractures


Torso - 
lower




Avulsion fracture pelvis
3.552


Avulsion fracture pelvis requiring surgery
10.105


Fracture(s) pelvis
30.984


Fracture(s) pelvis, requiring surgery
49.884

Upper limb - 
lower arm




Avulsion fracture lower arm
3.552


Avulsion fracture lower arm, requiring 
surgery
 
11.225


Fracture(s) finger(s) and/or hand
10.200


Fracture(s) finger(s) and/or hand, requiring 
surgery
 
19.233


Fracture lower arm
19.233


Fracture lower arm, requiring surgery
27.949


Fractures lower arm, two bones
22.242


Fractures lower arm, two bones, at least one 
bone requiring surgery
 
34.602


Fractures lower arm, three or more bones
27.949


Fractures lower arm, three or more bones, at 
least one bone requiring surgery
 
44.600


* Lower arm includes radius, ulna, carpal 
bones (wrist) and hand/fingers
* Multiple fractures of the fingers and/or 
hand will be considered one bone when 
awarding multiple lower arm fractures 
* Multiple fractures of the carpal bones 
(wrist) will be considered one bone



Upper limb - 
upper arm




Avulsion fracture upper arm
3.552


Avulsion fracture upper arm, requiring 
surgery
 
11.225


Fracture(s) humerus
22.242


Fracture(s) humerus, requiring surgery
34.602
Tendon/ligament/cartilage/ 
muscle



Head




Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) injury
12.409

Lower limb




Deep tissue injury(ies) lower limb
6.411


Sprain(s)/strain(s) lower limb
12.409


Dislocation lower limb
12.409


Dislocation lower limb, requiring surgery
22.242


Dislocations lower limb
19.233


Dislocations lower limb, at least one 
requiring surgery
 
29.703


Torn/lacerated tendon, ligament, cartilage or 
muscle, lower limb
 
19.233


Torn/lacerated tendons, ligaments, cartilage 
or muscles, lower limb
 
22.242


Torn/lacerated tendon, ligament, cartilage or 
muscle, lower limb, requiring surgery
29.703


Torn/lacerated tendons, ligaments, cartilage 
or muscles, lower limb, at least one requiring 
surgery
 
 
34.602

Neck




Sprain/strain neck
12.409


Cartilage injury(ies) neck
12.409


Cartilage injury(ies) neck, requiring surgery
29.703

Spine




Displaced disc, traumatic
19.233


Displaced disc, traumatic, requiring surgery
29.703


Displaced discs, traumatic
29.703


Displaced discs, traumatic, requiring surgery
44.600

Torso




Sprain(s)/strain(s) torso
12.409

Upper limb




Deep tissue injury(ies), upper limb
6.411


Sprain(s)/strain(s) upper limb
12.409


Dislocation upper limb
12.409


Dislocations upper limb
19.233


Dislocation upper limb, requiring surgery
22.242


Dislocations upper limb, at least one 
requiring surgery
 
29.703


Torn/lacerated tendon, ligament, cartilage or 
muscle, upper limb
 
19.233


Torn/lacerated tendons, ligaments, cartilage 
or muscles, upper limb
 
22.242


Torn/lacerated tendon, ligament, cartilage or 
muscle, upper limb, requiring surgery
 
29.703


Torn/lacerated tendons, ligaments, cartilage 
or muscles, upper limb, requiring surgery
 
34.602

6   This Regulation comes into force on June 1, 2011.