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Alberta Regulation 84/2011
Municipal Government Act
BUSINESS REVITALIZATION ZONE AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: May 17, 2011
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Municipal Affairs (M.O. L:030/11) 
on May 10, 2011 pursuant to section 53 of the Municipal Government Act. 
1   The Business Revitalization Zone Regulation (AR 377/94) 
is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 28.1 is amended by striking out "June 30, 2011" 
and substituting "June 30, 2016".


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Alberta Regulation 85/2011
Wildlife Act
WILDLIFE (2011 HUNTING SEASON - MINISTERIAL) 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: May 17, 2011
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Sustainable Resource Development 
(M.O. 02/2011) on May 12, 2011 pursuant to sections 12, 23 and 103(1) of the 
Wildlife Act. 
1   The Wildlife Regulation (AR 143/97) is amended by this 
Regulation.

2   Section 30 is amended
	(a)	by adding the following after subsection (6):
(6.01)  A resident either sex elk special licence authorizes its 
holder to hunt antlered elk or antlerless elk. 
	(b)	in subsection (17) by striking out "150, 151, 162, 163, 
200 to 208, 214 to 246, 250 to 260, 300, 310 to 314, 322 to 
326, 328 to 357, 360, 436 to 531 and 534 to 544" and 
substituting "200 to 208, 214 to 238, 244 to 246, 254 to 
258, 300, 310 to 314, 322 to 357, 360, 436 to 446, 500 to 
503, 505, 507 to 531 and 534 to 544". 

3   Section 31 is amended 
	(a)	in subsection (3)(i)(i) by striking out "Cypress Hills" 
and substituting "resident either sex";
	(b)	in subsection (12)(f) by striking out "Cypress Hills" 
and substituting "either sex".

4   Section 41 is amended
	(a)	by renumbering the section as section 41(2);
	(b)	by adding the following before subsection (2):
Cross-bow licence - eligibility
41(1)  In this section, "medically certified" involves the 
provision of the applicable confirmation by a physician, 
occupational therapist or physiotherapist to the Department, in 
writing and on the form provided by the Department.
	(c)	in subsection (2) by striking out "or" at the end of 
clause (a), adding ", or" at the end of clause (b) and 
adding the following after clause (b):
	(c)	suffers from any other physical condition, affliction or 
handicap involving an upper limb that is medically 
certified as one that
	(i)	will not improve within the next 3 years, and
	(ii)	prevents that individual from utilizing 
conventional archery equipment (being archery 
equipment consisting of a bow and arrow where 
the bow requires 40 pounds of pull to draw an 
arrow 28 inches in length to its head).

5   Section 45 is amended 
	(a)	in subsection (1)
	(i)	by striking out "A" and substituting "Subject to 
subsection (1.1), a";
	(ii)	by striking out "hunting" and substituting 
"enabling the hunting of";
	(b)	by adding the following after subsection (1):
(1.1)  Notwithstanding the area description in the licence, a game 
bird shooting ground licence does not authorize the enabling of 
hunting on any land that lies within 200 yards of adjacent 
privately owned land that is owned or occupied other than by the 
person who owns or occupies the land licensed unless the licence 
holder has given notice in writing to the owner or occupant of 
that adjacent land that there will be a game bird shooting ground 
operated on the licensed land during the licence year.  

6   Section 98 is amended 
	(a)	in subsection (3) 
	(i)	by striking out "or" at the end of clause (b);
	(ii)	by adding the following after clause (b):
	(b.1)	in the case of a tag affixed under subsection (1)(b), 
until the carcass is 
	(i)	delivered to the usual place of residence of a 
resident that is neither a business premises 
nor attached to such a premises and, with that 
resident in attendance, is subsequently 
butchered, cut up and packaged at that 
location for consumption, or 
	(ii)	delivered to an appointed officer who 
authorizes that removal in writing incidental 
to the authorization given under subsection 
(4)(c),
				or
	(iii)	in clause (c)
	(A)	by adding "(without limiting the effect of clause 
(b.1))" before "or (d)";
	(B)	by adding "or" at the end of subclause (i), 
striking out ", or" at the end of subclause 
(ii) and repealing subclause (iii);
	(b)	in subsections (4)(a), (6) and (6.1) by striking out 
"usual place of residence of the individual who killed the 
animal" and substituting "premises referred to in 
subsection (3)(b.1)(i) or (c)(i)";
	(c)	in subsection (7) 
	(i)	by striking out "grizzly bear or a cougar" and 
substituting "cougar or a grizzly bear";
	(ii)	by striking out "130(2) or (4)" and substituting 
"130(4) or (4.1)". 

7   Section 103.1 is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
Use of bait to hunt wolves or coyotes
103.1(1)  A person shall not set out, use or have in possession bait 
for the purpose of hunting wolves or coyotes on public land except 
(but without limiting subsection (2))
	(a)	from December 1 to March 31, 
	(b)	during an open season for the hunting of black bear in a 
location where the setting out, use and possession of bait for 
the purpose of hunting black bear is lawful, 
	(c)	in WMUs 102 to 166,  
	(d)	if authorized in writing by an appointed officer, or
	(e)	where that activity is incidental to hunting
	(i)	within a registered fur management area by the holder 
of a registered fur management licence or another 
individual who is authorized to trap fur-bearing animals 
in that registered fur management area, or 
	(ii)	under the authority of a resident fur management 
licence, an Indian fur management licence or a Metis 
trapper's licence,
and in any case unless the further condition either in subsection 
(2)(a) or subsection (2)(b) has been met. 
(2)  Subject to subsection (3), the further conditions referred to in 
subsection (1) are that
	(a)	all the requirements of section 103(1) for the posting of signs 
pertaining to black bear baiting have been complied with, and
	(b)	signs that substantially comply with section 103(1) (as it 
applies to black bears) have been posted with respect to 
wolves or coyotes.
(3)  A condition set in subsection (2) does not apply  
	(a)	in WMUs 102 to 166, or
	(b)	to the hunting referred to in subsection (1)(e).  
(4)  An exception under subsection (1) does not authorize the 
hunting of wolves or coyotes outside an open season. 

8   The following is added after section 106:
Upland game birds on game bird shooting ground
106.1   A person shall not hunt upland game birds on a game bird 
shooting ground with a firearm other than a shotgun. 

9   Section 130(4) is amended 
	(a)	in clause (a) by striking out "either the skull and the skin 
or the whole carcass" and substituting "the skull and the 
skin";
	(b)	in clause (b) by adding "skull and the" before "skin".

10   Section 136 is amended by adding the following after 
subsection (2):
(2.1)  Nothing in section 55(2)(c)(ii) of the Act allows a person to 
possess dead wildlife if 
	(a)	the wildlife was hunted on land to which the person who was 
hunting did not have a right of access for hunting wildlife of 
that kind, or
	(b)	the hunting of the wildlife involved the discharge of a 
weapon contrary to a law that prohibited the discharge of that 
weapon.

11   Section 143(2) is amended by repealing clauses (b) and 
(c) and substituting the following:
	(b)	separately with respect to each day on which the hunter 
hunted while so guided by each guide,
	(i)	the date,
	(ii)	whether the hunting occurred before or after midday, or 
both, and
	(iii)	each wildlife management unit in which such hunting 
occurred,
		and
	(c)	if applicable, for each hunter and for each such day, the total 
number, separately, of ducks, Canada geese, snow geese, 
Ross' geese, white-fronted geese, sharp-tailed grouse, ruffed 
grouse, spruce grouse, gray partridge, pheasant, blue grouse 
and ptarmigan that were killed by that hunter in each wildlife 
management unit where the birds were killed.

12   Part 1 of Schedule 8 is amended
	(a)	by repealing item 3 and substituting the following:
3	Resident cougar licence		8.00
	(b)	by repealing item 23 and substituting the following:
23	Resident either sex elk special licence	21.25

13   Part 1 of Schedule 9 is amended
	(a)	in item 60 by striking out "28A" wherever it occurs 
and substituting "28";
	(b)	in item 134 by striking out "westerly and southerly along 
highway 28 to highway 28A; thence westerly along highway 
28A to highway 28 and continuing westerly along highway 
28 to highway 36;" and substituting "westerly, southerly 
and westerly along highway 28 to highway 36 in the 
southwest corner of section 27, township 59, range 14, west 
of the fourth meridian;".

14   Part 3 of Schedule 10 is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
Part 3  
 
(Section 1(1)(d) ("Interpretation of Schedules")) 
 
Cougar Management Areas
The following areas, comprising the WMUs specified, are the cougar 
management areas:
1
Cougar Management Area 1:
WMU 300.
2
Cougar Management Area 2:
WMUs 302 and 400.
3
Cougar Management Area 3:
WMUs 303, 306, 308 
and 402.
4
Cougar Management Area 4:
WMUs 304 and 305.
5
Cougar Management Area 5:
WMUs 404 and 406.
6
Cougar Management Area 6:
WMUs 408 and 410.
7
Cougar Management Area 7:
WMUs 310 and 312.
8
Cougar Management Area 8:
WMUs 314 and 316.
9
Cougar Management Area 9:
WMUs 318 and 320.
10
Cougar Management Area 10:
WMUs 322 and 332.
11
Cougar Management Area 11:
WMUs 324 and 330.
12
Cougar Management Area 12:
WMUs 326, 328 and 
429.
13
Cougar Management Area 13:
WMUs 412, 414, 416, 
417 and 418.
14
Cougar Management Area 14:
WMUs 420 and 422.
15
Cougar Management Area 15:
WMUs 426, 428 and 
430.
16
Cougar Management Area 16:
WMUs 432, 434, 436 
and 437.
17
Cougar Management Area 17:
WMUs 438 and 439.
18
Cougar Management Area 18:
WMUs 440, 442 and 
444.
19
Cougar Management Area 19:
WMUs 352, 353 and 
441.
20
Cougar Management Area 20:
WMUs 334 and 336.
21
Cougar Management Area 21:
WMUs 337, 338 and 
348.
22
Cougar Management Area 22: 
WMUs 339, 340 and 
342.
23
Cougar Management Area 23:
WMUs 344 and 346.
24
Cougar Management Area 24:
WMUs 347 and 349.
25
Cougar Management Area 25:
WMUs 350 and 351.
26
Cougar Management Area 26:
WMU 354.
27
Cougar Management Area 27:
WMUs 355, 445 and 
446.
28
Cougar Management Area 28:
WMU 356.
29
Cougar Management Area 29:
WMUs 505 and 507.
30
Cougar Management Area 30:
WMUs 509 and 510.
31
Cougar Management Area 31:
WMUs 511 and 516.
32
Cougar Management Area 32:
WMUs 512, 515 and 
517.

15   Schedule 11 is amended
	(a)	in Part 1 by repealing item 1 and substituting the 
following:
(NOTE:     None prescribed at this time.)
	(b)	in Part 5 by adding the following after item 12:
13   Within 400 yards of the centre-line of the road locally 
known as the Ya Ha Tinda Ranch Road from where it crosses 
Eagle Creek in section 9, township 32, range 11, west of the 5th 
meridian, to the Red Deer Provincial Recreation Area;
14   Within 400 yards of the centre-line of the road locally 
known as the Cutoff Creek Road from the Cutoff Creek 
Equestrian Staging Forest Recreation Area to Provincial 
Highway 734;
15   Within 400 yards of the centre-line of Provincial Highway 
734 from its intersection with Provincial Highway 752 in section 
9, township 36, range 11, west of the 5th meridian, to Seven Mile 
Provincial Recreation Area;  
16   Within 400 yards of the centre-line of Provincial Highway 
734 from its intersection with the road known locally as Peppers 
Lake Road in section 5, township 36, range 12, west of the 5th 
meridian, to Ram Falls Provincial Park;
17   Within 400 yards of the centre-line of Provincial Highway 
734 from its intersection with the road known locally as Onion 
Creek Road in section 14, township 36, range 14, west of the 5th 
meridian, to its intersection with the road known locally as Lynx 
Creek road in section 26, township 36, range 14, west of the 5th 
meridian;
18   Within 400 yards of the centre-line of the road locally 
known as the Onion Creek Road from the Hummingbird Staging 
Area in section 9, township 36, range 14, west of the 5th 
meridian, to its intersection with Provincial Highway 734;  
19   Within 400 yards of the centre-line of Provincial Highway 
734 from where it intersects the North Saskatchewan River in 
section 34, township 39, range 15, west of the 5th meridian, to 
where it crosses Shunda Creek; 
20   Within 400 yards of the centre-line of Provincial Highway 
11 from where it intersects Provincial Highway 734 to where it 
crosses Shunda Creek.

16   Schedule 13 is amended
	(a)	in Part 1 
	(i)	by striking out "Sharptailed" and substituting 
"Sharp-tailed";
	(ii)	by striking out the entries in Columns 1 and 2 
for Ruffed Grouse, Spruce Grouse and Gray 
Partridge and substituting the following in their 
respective columns:
Ruffed Grouse
5
Spruce Grouse
5
Gray Partridge
5
	(iii)	by striking out "3 of which," and substituting "4 
of which,";
	(b)	in Part 2
	(i)	by striking out the entries in Columns 1 and 2 
for Sharptailed Grouse, Ptarmigan, Blue 
Grouse, Ruffed Grouse, Spruce Grouse and 
Gray Partridge and substituting the following 
in their respective columns:
Sharp-tailed Grouse
15
Ptarmigan
15
Blue Grouse
15
Ruffed Grouse
15
Spruce Grouse
15
Gray Partridge
15
	(ii)	by striking out "9 of which," and substituting "12 
of which,".

17   Schedule 15 is amended
	(a)	by repealing section 5(h) and substituting the 
following:
	(h)	 to hunting on a Sunday, except in WMUs 200 to 260, 
300 to 360, 400 to 446, 500 to 544 and 841, 
	(b)	in section 5(i)(iii) by striking out "21," and 
substituting "20,";
	(c)	in section 5(m) by striking out "8 to September 25" 
and substituting "7 to September 24";
	(d)	in section 5(o) by striking out "November 25 to 
November 27" and substituting "December 1 to 
December 3";
	(e)	in section 6 by adding "or during the month of 
November" after "exemption";
	(f)	in section 7
	(i)	by adding the following after subsection (1):
(1.01)  In addition to the open season provided for in 
subsection (1), the open season for the hunting of cougar by 
the holder of a resident cougar licence includes the period 
from November 1 to November 30 in WMU 410 or in a 
WMU designated by a number less than 600 that is not 
included within a cougar management area.
	(ii)	in subsection (3) in the part preceding clause 
(a) by striking out "female" and substituting 
"male" and by striking out "male" and 
substituting "female";
	(iii)	by striking out subsection (3)(a) to (o) and 
substituting the following:
Cougar Management Area
male 
quota
female 
quota
1
2
1
2
2
2
3
3
2
4
3
1
5
4
3
6
1
1
7
3
4
8
3
3
9
2
2
10
4
4
11
3
3
12
5
5
13
2
1
14
1
1
15
1
1
16
2
1
17
1
1
18
1
1
19
2
1
20
2
2
21
4
4
22
3
2
23
3
3
24
2
1
25
1
1
26
1
1
27
1
0
28
2
2
29
1
1
30
1
1
31
1
0
32
2
0
	(iv)	in subsection (4) by adding "between December 1 
and February 28" after "killed".
	(g)	in section 8(2)(c) by striking out "January 3" and 
substituting "January 2";
	(h)	in section 10(6) by striking out ", 2011" wherever it 
occurs; 
	(i)	in section 14 in footnote 9 by striking out "S8" and 
substituting "S1";
	(j)	in section 16 by repealing footnotes 1 to 26 and 
substituting the following:
1   This season does not apply to WMU 841. There is no 
open season for pheasant in that WMU.
2   This season does not apply to WMU 349. The pheasant 
season in that WMU is from October 15 to November 30.
3   This season does not apply to WMUs 320, 322, 330, 332, 
334, 336, 337, 338, 348, 507, 508 and 936. The pheasant 
season in those WMUs is from October 15 to November 15, 
except in WMU 936, where it is from September 8 to 
November 30.
4   This season does not apply to WMUs 210, 212 and 214. 
The pheasant season in those WMUs is from September 1 to 
November 30.
5   This season does not apply to WMU 841. The ruffed 
grouse and spruce grouse season in that WMU is from 
September 15 to November 30.
6   This season does not apply to WMUs 344, 347, 349, 350, 
351, 352, 353, 354, 355, 356, 357, 358, 359, 360, 521, 522, 
523, 526, 527 and 544. There is no open season for 
sharp-tailed grouse in those WMUs.
7   This season does not apply to WMUs 404, 406, 408 or 
410. The season for pheasant, ruffed grouse and spruce 
grouse in those WMUs is from September 8 to November 30.
8   This season applies only to WMUs 344, 347, 349, 350, 
351, 352, 353, 354, 355, 356, 357, 358, 359 and 360.
	9   This season applies only to WMUs 320, 322, 324, 326, 
328, 330, 332, 334, 336, 337, 338, 339, 340, 342, 346, 348 
and 429.
10   This season applies only to WMUs 300, 302, 303, 304, 
305, 306, 308, 310, 312 and 314.
11   This season does not apply to WMUs 501, 502, 503, 
504, 505, 506, 509, 510, 511, 512, 514, 515, 516 and 517. 
There is no open season for sharp-tailed grouse in those 
WMUs.
12   This season does not apply to WMUs 248, 250, 320, 
322, 324, 326, 328, 330, 332, 336, 337, 338, 339, 340, 342, 
346, 348, 429, 507 and 508. There is no open season for 
sharp-tailed grouse in those WMUs.
13   This season applies only to WMUs 316 and 318.
14   This season applies only to WMUs 400 and 402.
15   This season does not apply to WMU 841. There is no 
open season for ptarmigan in that WMU.
16   This season does not apply to WMUs 344, 347, 349, 
350, 351, 352, 353, 354, 355, 356, 357, 358, 359 and 360. 
The ptarmigan season in those WMUs is from September 1 
to November 30.
17   This season does not apply to WMU 841. There is no 
open season for gray partridge in that WMU.
18   This season applies only to WMU 500.
19   This season does not apply to WMUs 404, 406, 408 and 
410. The blue grouse season in those WMUs is from 
September 8 to November 30.
20   This season does not apply to WMUs 258, 260 and 500. 
There is no open season for sharp-tailed grouse in those 
WMUs.
21   This season does not apply to WMUs 404, 406, 408 and 
410. The ptarmigan season in those WMUs is from 
September 8 to November 30.
22   This season does not apply to WMUs 206, 208, 216, 
220, 221, 222, 224, 226, 228, 242, 244, 246, 248, 250, 507, 
508 and 936. There is no ptarmigan season in those WMUs, 
other than in WMUs 507 and 508, where the ptarmigan 
season is from September 1 to January 15. 
23   This season does not apply to WMU 429. There is no 
open season for gray partridge in that WMU.
24   This season does not apply to WMU 936. The ruffed 
grouse and spruce grouse season in that WMU is from 
September 8 to Nov 30.
	(k)	by repealing Tables 1 to 4 and 6 and substituting 
the Tables set out in the Schedule to this 
Regulation.

18   Schedule 16 is amended by repealing Form WA 19A 
and substituting the following:
Form WA 19A 
 
(Section 36(1) of this Regulation)
Sustainable Resource Development
Fish and Wildlife Division
[NOTE:  1   This Form does not apply to a licence holder hunting on 
land of which he/she is the owner or occupant. 
*  2   Cross out any kind of animal to which this authorization does not 
apply.]
Authorization to Hunt Fur-Bearing Animals
Name:  	
Address:    	 Postal Code:          
Home Phone:    	   Business Phone:                       
Date of Birth:  	
the holder of Resident Fur Management Licence No. ___________ is 
hereby authorized to hunt fur-bearing animals (subject to section 36 of 
the Wildlife Regulation), except (without the authorization below) 
using neck snares to capture wolf, coyote, fox and bobcat, on land 
described as follows:
____  Section____  Township____  Range____ west of the ____m.
____  Section____  Township____  Range____ west of the ____m.
I hereby certify that I am the person entitled to authorize hunting of 
fur-bearing animals on the above-mentioned land.
_______________________
             Signature
_______________________
Printed name of person authorized to give authorization on the land
_________________________          _______________________ 
                  Address                                    Telephone Number
I hereby further authorize ______(name of licence holder)_______ to 
use neck snares for the capture of wolf, coyote, fox and bobcat* on 
land described above.
_______________________ 
             Signature
_______________________
Printed name of person authorized to give authorization on land
DATE OF ISSUE: _________ DATE OF EXPIRY:___________
This authorization (and the related resident fur management licence) 
must be carried by the licence holder while hunting fur-bearing 
animals.
Form WA 19A

19(1)  Section 5 comes into force on April 1, 2012.
(2)  Section 15(b) comes into force on August 1, 2011.

20   The Schedule to the Act is amended in sub-item 9(b) of 
Item 1 by adding " or hares, rabbits" after "animal".
Schedule to this Regulation 
 
Table 1 
 
Big Game Seasons 

WMU
SEASON GROUP

GENERAL 
SEASONS
ARCHERY 
ONLY 
SEASONS
102,104,106
G24
A17
108
G24
A35
110,112,116,118,119,124
G24
A17
128,130
G24
A35
132,134,136,138,140,142, 
144,148
 
G24
 
A17
150
G29
A17
151
G75
A55
152
G39
A54
156,158,160
G27
A18
162,163
G3
A18
164
G67
A39
166
G32
A52
200,202
G28
A9
203
G34
A9
204,206
G25
A20
208
G68
A52
210
G73
A20
212
N/A
A31
214
G10
A29
216
G72
A38
220
G25
A20
221
G72
A38
222
G25
A20
224
G31
A38
226,228,230
G25
A20
232
G28
A9
234
G26
A9
236,238,240,242,244,246
G25
A20
248
N/A
A32
250
G42
A36
252,254,256,258,260
G25
A20
300
G22
A15
302
G41
A16
303
G21
A16
304
G23
A16
305
G38
A22
306,308
G21
A16
310
G20
A14
312,314
G71
A14
316
G37
A21
318
G35
A38
320
G69
A38
322
G72
A38
324
G31
A38
326
G48
A6
328
G13
A43
330
G11
A42
332,334,336
G31
A38
337
G70
A25
338
G36
A26
339
G12
A8
340,342
G9
A7
344
G66
A44
346
G50
A45
347
G65
A47
348
G53
A23
349,350
G65
A47
351
G7
A5
352
G64
A48
353
G6
A48
354
G2
A3
355
G6
A48
356
G5
A44
357
G8
A40
358
G56
A45
359
G45
A37
360
G44
A2
400
G47
A13
402
G19
A13
404,406
G17
A11
408
G18
A12
410
N/A
A50
412,414
G63
A10
416,417
G51
A10
418
G51
A10
420,422
G51
A10
426
G59
A10
428
G51
A10
429
G55
A43
430
G51
A10
432
G62
A10
434
G59
A10
436
G14
A10
437
G16
A10
438,439
G58
A46
440,441,442,444,445
G15
A10
446
G4
A10
500,501,502
G25
A19
503
G42
A30
504
G31
A25
505
G40
A24
506
G52
A41
507
G31
A38
508
G74
A53
509
G54
A27
510
G40
A24
511
G57
A28
512,514,515,516,517
G61
A1
518
G60
A1
519
G61
A1
520
G33
A34
521
G44
A37
522
G45
A2
523
G44
A2
524
G61
A1
525
G1
A51
526,527
G44
A2
528
G61
A1
529,530
G60
A1
531,532,534
G30
A1
535
G46
A4
536
G61
A1
537
G49
A49
539,540
G30
A1
541,542,544
G61
A1
841
G43
A33



Table 2 
 
General Seasons

SEASON
GROUP 
 #
WHITE-TAILED DEER
MULE DEER
MOOSE
ELK
BLACK BEAR
TROPHY SHEEP

Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Fall
Spring
Resident
NR-NRA
G1
S1-N30
S1-N30
S1-N30
Closed
S1-O311
N1-N301
Closed
S17-N304
Closed
S1-N30
Ap1-Ju15
Closed
Closed
G2
S17-N30
S17-N30
S17-N30
Closed
S24-O311
N1-N301
S24-N301,5
S17-N304
S17-D201
S1-N30
Ap1-Ju15
Closed
Closed
G3
N2-D176
N2-D171,6
N2-D171,6
N2-D171,6
N1-N301
N1-N301
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
G4
S17-N30
S17-N30
S17-N30
Closed
S24-N301
Closed
S17-N303
Closed
S1-N30
Ap1-Ju15
A25-O311
Closed
G5
S17-N30
S17-N30
S17-N30
Closed
S24-O311
N1-N301
Closed
S17-N304
S17-D201
S1-N30
Ap1-Ju15
Closed
Closed
G6
S17-N30
S17-N30
S17-N30
Closed
S24-O311
N1-N301
S24-N301
S17-N304
S17-D201
S1-N30
Ap1-Ju15
Closed
Closed
G7
S17-N30
S17-N30
S17-N30
Closed
S24-O311
N1-N301
Closed
S17-N304
Closed
S1-N30
Ap1-Ju15
Closed
Closed
G8

S17-N30

S17-N30

S17-N301
S17-D201
S24-O311
N1-N301
N1-N301
S17-N304
S17-J201
S1-N30
Ap1-Ju15
Closed
Closed

Table 2 
 
General Seasons   (continued) 

SEASON 
GROUP 
 #
WHITE-TAILED DEER
MULE DEER
MOOSE
ELK
BLACK BEAR
TROPHY SHEEP

Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Fall
Spring
Resident
NR -NRA
G9
S17-N30
S17-N30
S17-N30
Closed
S24-O311
N1-N301
Closed
S17-N304
S17-D201
S17-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G10
N1-N30
N1-N30
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
O25-N304
O25-D201
J1-J201
S1-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G11
S17-N30
S17-N30
S17-N301
Closed
S24-O311
N1-N301
Closed
S17-N304
S17-N301
S17-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G12
S17-N30
S17-N30
S17-N30
Closed
S24-O311
N1-N301
Closed
S17-N304
Closed
S17-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G13
S17-N30
S17-N30
S17-N301
Closed
S24-O311
N1-N301
Closed
S17-N304
Closed
S17-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G14
S17-N30
S17-N30
S17-N301
Closed
S24-N301
Closed
S17-N303
Closed
S1-N30
Ap1-Ju15
A25-O31
S1-O151
G15
S17-N30
S17-N30
S17-N30
Closed
S24-N301
Closed
S17-N303
Closed
S1-N30
Ap1-Ju15
A25-O31
S1-O151
G16
S17-N30
S17-N30
S17-N301
Closed
S24-N301
Closed
S17-N303
Closed
S1-N30
Ap1-Ju15
A25-S231
S24-O311
Closed

Table 2 
 
General Seasons   (continued) 

SEASON 
GROUP  
#
WHITE-TAILED DEER
MULE DEER
MOOSE
ELK
BLACK BEAR
TROPHY SHEEP

Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Fall
Spring
Resident
NR - 
NRA
G17
S24-N301
S24-N301
S24-N301
S24-N301
S24-N301
S24-N301
S17-N301,3
S17-N301
S8-N30
Ap1-Ma15
S7-O31
Closed
G18
S24-N301
S24-N301
S24-N301
S24-N301
S24-N301
Closed
S17-N301,3
S17-N301
S8-N30
Ap1-Ma15
S7-O31
Closed
G19
S24-N30
N1-N15
S24-N301
S24-N301
S17-N301
Closed
S17-N304
S17-N301
S1-N30
Ap1-Ma31
S7-O31
Closed
G20
N1-N30
N1-N30
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
O25-N304
O25-D201
S24-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G21
O25-N30
O25-N30
O25-N301
O25-N301
O25-N301
Closed
O25-N304
O25-D201
S24-N30
Ap1-Ma31
S7-O31 
Closed
G22
O25-N30
O25-N30
O25-N301
O25-N301
O25-N301
Closed
Closed
Closed
S24-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G23
O25-N30
O25-N30
O25-N301
O25-N301
O25-N301
Closed
O25-N304
O25-D201
S24-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G24
N2-N266,8
N2-N261,6
N2-
N261,6,8
N2-N261,6
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
G25
N1-N3011
N1-N3011
N1-N301,11
N1-N301,11,12
N1-N301
N1-N301
Closed
Closed
S1-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G26
N1-D20
N1-D20
N1-D201
N1-D2012
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-D201
J1-J201
N1-D201
J1-J201
S1-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G27
N2-N266
N2-N261,6
N2-N261,6
N2-N261,6
N1-N301
N1-N301
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed

Table 2 
 
General Seasons   (continued) 

SEASON 
GROUP 
#
WHITE-TAILED DEER
MULE DEER
MOOSE
ELK
BLACK BEAR
TROPHY SHEEP

Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Fall
Spring
Resident
NR - NRA
G28
N1-D20
N1-D20
N1-D201
N1-D201,12
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-D201
J1-J201
N1-D201
J1-J201
S1-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G29
N2-D176
N2-D171,6
N2-D171,6
N2-D171,6
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
G30
S1-N30
S1-N30
S1-N30
Closed
S1-N301
Closed
Closed
Closed
S1-N30
Ap1-Ju15
Closed
Closed
G31
N1-N30
N1-N30
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N304
N1-D201
S1-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G32
N1-N30
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
G33
S1-N30
S1-N30
S1-N30
Closed
S1-O311
N1-N301
Closed
S17-N304
S17-J201
S1-N30
Ap1-Ju15
Closed
Closed
G34
N1-N30
N1-N30
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-D201
J1-J201
N1-D201
J1-J201
S1-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G35
N1-N30
N1-N7
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N304
N1-D201
S1-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G36
N1-N30
N1-N30
N1-N301
Closed
N1-N301
Closed
N1-N304
N1-J201
S1-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G37
S24-N30
N1-N30
S24-N30
Closed
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N304
Closed
S1-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed

Table 2 
 
General Seasons   (continued) 

SEASON 
GROUP
#
WHITE-TAILED DEER
MULE DEER
MOOSE
ELK
BLACK BEAR
TROPHY SHEEP

Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Fall
Spring
Resident
NR-NRA 
G38
O25-N30
O25-N30
O25-N301
O25-N301
Closed
Closed
O25-N304
O25-D201
S24-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G39
N2-N266
N2-N261,6
N2-N261,6
N2-N261,6
Closed
Closed
N1-N301
N1-N301
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
G40
N1-N30
N1-N30
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301,5
N1-N304
N1-D201
S1-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G41
O25-N30
O25-N30
O25-N301
O25-N301
O25-N301
Closed
O25-N304
O25-D201
S24-N30
Ap1-Ma31
S7-O317
Closed
G42
N1-N30
N1-N30
N1-N301
Closed
N1-N301
N1-N301
Closed
Closed
S1-N30
Ap1- Ma31
Closed
Closed
G43
S17-N30
N1-N30
S17-N30
Closed
S17-O311 
N1-N301
Closed
Closed
Closed
S17-N30
Ap1-Ma15
Closed
Closed
G44
S17-N30
S17-N30
S17-N301
S17-D201
S24-O311
N1-N301
N1-N301,5
S17-N304
S17-J201
S1-N30
Ap1-Ju15
Closed
Closed
G45
S17-N30
N1-N7
S17-N301
S17-D201
S24-O311
N1-N301
N1-N301,5
S17-N304
S17-J201
S1-N30
Ap1-Ju15
Closed
Closed

Table 2 
 
General Seasons   (continued) 

SEASON 
GROUP
#
WHITE-TAILED DEER
MULE DEER
MOOSE
ELK
BLACK BEAR
TROPHY SHEEP

Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Fall
Spring
Resident
NR-NRA 
G46
S17-N30
S17-N30
S17-N301
Closed
S24-O311
N1-N301
Closed
Closed
Closed
S1-N30
Ap1-Ju15
Closed
Closed
G47
S24-N30
N1-N15
S24-N301
S24-N301
S17-N301
Closed
S17-N304
S17-N301
S1-N30
Ap1-Ma31
S7-O317
Closed
G48
S17-N30
S17-N30
S17-N301
S17-N301
S24-O311
N1-N301
Closed
S17-N304
Closed
S17-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G49
S17-N30
S17-N30
S17-N301
S17-N301
S24-O311
N1-N301
Closed
Closed
Closed
S1-N30
Ap1-Ju15
Closed
Closed
G50

S17-N30
S17-N30
S17-N301
S17-N301
S24-O311
N1-N301
Closed
S17-N304
S17-J201
S1-N30
Ap1-Ju15
Closed
Closed
G51
S17-N30
N1-N30
S17-N301
Closed
S24-N301
Closed
S17-N301,3
Closed
S1-N30
Ap1-Ju15
A25-O31
S1-O151
G52
N1-N30
N1-N30
N1-N301
Closed
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N304
N1-D201
S1-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G53
N1-N30
N1-N30
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
Closed
N1-N304
N1-J201
S1-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G54
N1-N30
N1-N30
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301,3
N1-D201
S1-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed


Table 2 
 
General Seasons   (continued) 

SEASON 
GROUP
#
WHITE-TAILED DEER
MULE DEER
MOOSE
ELK
BLACK BEAR
TROPHY SHEEP

Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Fall
Spring
Resident
NR-NRA 
G55
S17-N30
N1-N15
S17-N301
Closed
S24-O311
N1-N301
Closed
S17-N304
Closed
S17-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G56
S17-N30
N1-N7
S17-N301
S17-N301
S24-O311
N1-N301
Closed
S17-N304
S17-J201
S1-N30
Ap1-Ju15
Closed
Closed
G57
S1-N30
S1-N30
S1-N30
Closed
S1-O311
N1-N301
Closed
N1-N304
N1-J201
S1-N30
Ap1-Ju15
Closed
Closed
G58
S17-N30
S17-N30
S17-N301
Closed
S24-N301
Closed
S17-N303
S17-N301
S1-N30
Ap1-Ju15
A25-O31
S1-O151
G59
S17-N30
N1-N30
S17-N301
Closed
S24-N301
Closed
S17-N303
Closed
S1-N30
Ap1-Ju15
A25-O31
S1-O151
G60
S1-N30
S1-N30
S1-N30
Closed
S1-O311
N1-N301
Closed
Closed
Closed
S1-N30
Ap1-Ju15
Closed
Closed
G61
S1-N30
S1-N30
S1-N30
Closed
S1-O311
N1-N301
Closed
Closed
Closed
S1-N30
Ap1-Ju15
Closed
Closed

Table 2 
 
General Seasons   (continued) 

SEASON 
GROUP
#
WHITE-TAILED DEER
MULE DEER
MOOSE
ELK
BLACK BEAR
TROPHY SHEEP

Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Fall
Spring
Resident
NR-NRA 
G62
S17-N30
N1-N30
S17-N30
Closed
S24-N301
Closed
S17-N303
Closed
S1-N30
Ap1-Ju15
A25-O31
S1-O151
G63
S17-N30
N1-N30
S17-N30
Closed
S24-O311
Closed
S17-N303
Closed
S1-N30
Ap1-Ju15
A25-O31
S1-O151
G64
S17-N30
S17-N30
S17-N30
Closed
S24-O311
N1-N301
S24-N301
S17-N304
S17-N301
S1-N30
Ap1-Ju15
Closed
Closed
G65
S17-N30
S17-N30
S17-N30
Closed
S24-O311
N1-N301
Closed
S17-N304
Closed
S1-N30
Ap1-Ju15
Closed
Closed
G66
S17-N30
S17-N30
S17-N30
Closed
S24-O311
N1-N301
Closed
S17-N304
S17-D201
S1-N30
Ap1-Ju15
Closed
Closed
G67
N2-N266
N2-N261,6
N2-N261,6
N2-N261,6
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
G68 
N1-N30
N1-N30
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
S1-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed


Table 2 
 
General Seasons   (continued)

SEASON
GROUP 
 #
WHITE-TAILED DEER
MULE DEER
MOOSE
ELK
BLACK BEAR
TROPHY SHEEP

Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Fall
Spring
Resident
NR-NRA
G69
N1-N30
N1-N7
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N304
N1-D201
J1-J201
S1-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G70
N1-N30
N1-N30
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N304
N1-J201
S1-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G71
N1-N30
N1-N30
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
O25-N304
O25-D201
J1-J201
S24-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G72
N1-N30
N1-N30
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N304
N1-D201
J1-J201
S1-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G73
N1-N30
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
G74
N1-N3011
N1-N3011
N1-N301,11
N1-N301,11,12
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N304
N1-D201
S1-N30
Ap1-Ma31
Closed
Closed
G75
N2-D176
N2-D171,6
N2-D171,6
N2-D171,6
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
N1-N301
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed



Table 3 
 
Archery Only Seasons 

SEASON 
GROUP 
 #
WHITE-TAILED DEER
MULE DEER
MOOSE
ELK
BLACK BEAR

Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Fall
Spring
A1
A25-A31
A25-A31
A25-A31
Closed
A25-A31
Closed
Closed
Closed
A25-A31
Closed
A2
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S23
A25-S231,5
A25-S164
A25-S16
A25-A31
Closed
A3
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
Closed
A25-S23
A25-S235
A25-S164
A25-S16
A25-A31
Closed
A4
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
Closed
A25-S23
Closed
Closed
Closed
A25-A31
Closed
A5
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
Closed
A25-S23
Closed
A25-S164
Closed
A25-A31
Closed
A6
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S231
Closed
A25-S164
Closed
A25-S16
Closed
A7
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
Closed
A25-S23
Closed
A25-S164
A25-S16
A25-S16
Closed
A8
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
Closed
A25-S23
Closed
A25-S164
Closed
A25-S16
Closed
A9
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O311
S1-O311
S1-O31
S1-O31
Closed
Closed

Table 3 
 
Archery Only Seasons   (continued) 

SEASON 
GROUP 
 #
WHITE-TAILED DEER
MULE DEER
MOOSE
ELK
BLACK BEAR

Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Fall
Spring
A10
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
Closed
A25-S23
Closed
A25-S163
Closed
A25-A31
Closed
A11
S8-S23
S8-S23
S8-S23
S8-S23
S8-S23
S8-S23
S8-S163
S8-S16
Closed
Closed
A12
S8-S23
S8-S23
S8-S23
S8-S23
S8-S23
Closed
S8-S163
S8-S16
Closed
Closed
A13
S1-S23
S1-S23
S1-S23
S1-S23
S1-S161
Closed
S1-S164
S1-S16
Closed
Closed
A14
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O311
S1-O311
S1-O244
S1-O24
S1-S23
Closed
A15
S1-O24
S1-O24
S1-O24
S1-O24
S1-O241
Closed
Closed
Closed
S1-S23
Closed
A16
S1-O24
S1-O24
S1-O24
S1-O24
S1-O241
Closed
S1-O244
S1-O24
S1-S23
Closed
A17
S1-N19
S1-N1
S1-N19
S1-N1
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
A18
S1-N1
S1-N1
S1-N1
S1-N1
S1-O311
S1-O311
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
A19
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O31
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed

Table 3 
 
Archery Only Seasons   (continued) 

SEASON 
GROUP
 #
WHITE-TAILED DEER
MULE DEER
MOOSE
ELK
BLACK BEAR

Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Fall
Spring
A20
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O311
S1-O311
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
A21
A25-S23
A25-S23
A25-S23
Closed
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O314
Closed
Closed
Closed
A22
S1-O24
S1-O24
S1-O24
S1-O24
Closed
Closed
S1-O244
S1-O24
S1-S23
Closed
A23
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O311
Closed
S1-O314
S1-O31
Closed
Closed
A24
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O315
S1-O314
S1-O31
Closed
Closed
A25
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O314
S1-O31
Closed
Closed
A26
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O31
Closed
S1-O31
Closed
S1-O314
S1-O31
Closed
Closed
A27
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O313
S1-O31
Closed
Closed
A28
A25-A31
A25-A31
A25-A31
Closed
A25-A31
Closed
S1-O314
S1-O31
A25-A31
Closed
A29
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O311
S1-O311
S1-O244
S1-O24
Closed
Closed
  
Table 3 
 
Archery Only Seasons   (continued) 

SEASON 
GROUP
 #
WHITE-TAILED DEER
MULE DEER
MOOSE
ELK
BLACK BEAR

Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
  Fall
Spring
A30
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O31
Closed
S1-O31
S1-O31
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
A31
S1-N30
S1-N30
S1-N30
S1-N30
S1-N30
S1-N30
S1-N30
S1-N30
S1-N30
Ap1-Ma31
A32
S1-N30
S1-N30
S1-N30
S1-N30
S1-N30
S1-N30
S1-N30
S1-N30
Closed
Closed
A33
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
A34
A25-A31
A25-A31
A25-A31
Closed
A25-A31
Closed
A25-S164
A25-S16
A25-A31
Closed
A35
S1-N1
S1-N1
S1-N1
S1-N1
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
A36
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O31
Closed
S1-O311
S1-O311
Closed
Closed
Closed
Closed
A37
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S23
A25-S231,5
A25-S164
A25-S16
A25-A31
Closed
A38
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O311
S1-O311
S1-O314
S1-O31
Closed
Closed
A39
S1-N1
S1-N1
S1-N1
S1-N1
S1-O311
S1-O311
S1-O311
S1-O311
Closed
Closed
A40
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S23
A25-S231
A25-S164
A25-S16
A25-A31
Closed
A41
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O31
Closed
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O314
S1-O31
Closed
Closed
A42
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
Closed
A25-S231
Closed
A25-S164
A25-S16
A25-S16
Closed

Table 3 
 
Archery Only Seasons   (continued) 

SEASON 
GROUP
 #
WHITE-TAILED DEER
MULE DEER
MOOSE
ELK
BLACK BEAR

Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
Antlered
Antlerless
  Fall
Spring
A43
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
Closed
A25-S231
Closed
A25-S164
Closed
A25-S16
Closed
A44
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
Closed
A25-S23
Closed
A25-S164
A25-S16
A25-A31
Closed
A45
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S23
Closed
A25-S164
A25-S16
A25-A31
Closed
A46
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
Closed
A25-S23
Closed
A25-S163
A25-S16
A25-A31
Closed
A47
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
Closed
A25-S23
Closed
A25-S164
Closed
A25-A31
Closed
A48
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
Closed
A25-S23
A25-S23
A25-S164
A25-S16
A25-A31
Closed
A49
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S16
A25-S23
Closed
Closed
Closed
A25-A31
Closed
A50
S8-N30
S8-N30
S8-N30
S8-N30
S8-N30
S8-N30
S8-N30
S8-N30
S8-N30
Ap1-Ma31
A51
A25-A31
A25-A31
A25-A31
Closed
A25-A31
Closed
A25-S164
Closed
A25-A31
Closed
A52
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O311
S1-O311
S1-O311
S1-O311
Closed
Closed
A53
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O31
S1-O311
S1-O311
S1-O314
S1-O31
Closed
Closed
A54
S1-N1
S1-N1
S1-N1
S1-N1
Closed
Closed
S1-O311
S1-O311
Closed
Closed
A55
S1-N1
S1-N1
S1-N1
S1-N1
S1-O311
S1-O311
S1-O311
S1-O311
Closed
Closed

Table 4 
 
Additional Seasons

ITEM 
NO.
COLUMN I
BIG GAME
COLUMN II
LICENCE TYPE
COLUMN III
OPEN SEASON
COLUMN IV
LOCATION
1
Trophy sheep
WMU 410 Trophy Sheep Special Licence, or 
Non-resident / Non-resident Alien Trophy Sheep 
Special Licence
S7-N30
WMU 410
2
Trophy sheep
Resident Trophy Sheep Special Licence 
N1-N30
The portion of WMU 408 that is west of Highway 40
3
Trophy sheep
Resident Trophy Sheep Special Licence

A25-O31
WMU 446 and the portion of WMU 444 that lies north of the 
Beaverdam Road
4
Trophy sheep
Resident Trophy Sheep Licence
S7-O31
WMU 410
5
Trophy sheep
Resident Trophy Sheep Special Licence
N1-N30
Non-trophy sheep hunting area 438C
6
Non-trophy sheep
Non-trophy Sheep Special Licence
S10-O31
Big Game Zone 4, except non-trophy sheep hunting areas 412, 
414, 417, 418C, 422B, 426B, 428, 436, 438B, 439 and 441
7
Non-trophy sheep
Non-trophy Sheep Special Licence
S10-O31
Big Game Zone 5, except non-trophy sheep hunting areas 
404A and 404B
Non-trophy sheep hunting areas 402A, 402-303, 306 and 
402-308
8
Non-trophy sheep
Non-trophy Sheep Special Licence
S10-N30
Non-trophy sheep hunting area 410


Table 4 
 
Additional Seasons   (continued) 

ITEM 
NO.
COLUMN I
BIG GAME
COLUMN II
LICENCE TYPE
COLUMN III
OPEN SEASON
COLUMN IV
LOCATION
9
Trophy antelope
Trophy Antelope Special Licence
O17-O22
Antelope hunting areas A, B, C, D and F
10
Trophy antelope
Trophy Antelope Special Licence
S26-O1
Antelope hunting areas E, G and H
11
Trophy antelope
Antelope Archery Special Licence, or 
Non-resident or Non-resident Alien Trophy 
Antelope Special Licence
S7-S24
Antelope hunting areas A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H
12
Non-trophy antelope
Antelope Archery Special Licence
S7-S24
Antelope hunting areas A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H
13
Non-trophy antelope
Non-trophy Antelope Special Licence
S29-O1, O6-O8
Antelope hunting areas E, G and H
14
Non-trophy antelope
Non-trophy Antelope Special Licence
O20-O22, O24-O26
Antelope hunting area A, B, C, D and F
15
White-tailed deer and 
mule deer
Camp Wainwright Deer Special Licence
D1-D3, D5-D7, D8-D10, D12-
D14, D15-D17
WMUs 728 and 730
16
Antlerless mule deer 
and Antlerless 
white-tailed deer
Foothills Deer Licence
Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, 
Thursdays and Fridays, only from 
D1-D20
WMU 212



Table 4 
 
Additional Seasons   (continued) 

ITEM 
NO.
COLUMN I
BIG GAME
COLUMN II
LICENCE TYPE
COLUMN III
OPEN SEASON
COLUMN IV
LOCATION
17
White-tailed deer
Strathcona White-tailed Deer Licence
Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, 
Thursdays and Fridays, only from 
O25-D7
Those portions of WMU 248 within the County of 
Strathcona or within the County of Leduc
18
White-tailed deer
White-tailed Deer Licence
O17-O31, N9-N30
WMU 936
19
White-tailed deer 
Resident White-tailed Deer Licence
Resident Supplemental Antlerless White-tailed Deer 
Licence
Non-resident White-tailed Deer Licence
Non-resident Antlered White-tailed Deer Special 
Licence
Non-resident Alien Antlered White-tailed Deer Special 
Licence
O15-O31 
WMUs 200, 234, 236, 256 and 500 
20
White-tailed deer 
Resident White-tailed Deer Licence
Resident Antlerless White-tailed Deer Special Licence
Non-resident White-tailed Deer Licence
Non-resident Antlered White-tailed Deer Special 
Licence
Non-resident Alien Antlered White-tailed Deer Special 
Licence
O15-O31 
WMUs 150, 151, 162 and 163

Table 4 
 
Additional Seasons   (continued) 

ITEM 
NO.
COLUMN I
BIG GAME
COLUMN II
LICENCE TYPE
COLUMN III
OPEN SEASON
COLUMN IV
LOCATION
21
Mule deer
Resident Antlered Mule Deer Special Licence
Resident Antlerless Mule Deer Special Licence
Non-resident Antlered Mule Deer Special 
Licence
Non-resident Alien Antlered Mule Deer Special 
Licence 
O15-O31
WMUs 150, 151, 162 and 163
22
Mule deer
Resident Antlered Mule Deer Special Licence
Resident Supplemental Antlerless Mule Deer 
Licence
Non-resident Antlered Mule Deer Special 
Licence
Non-resident Alien Antlered Mule Deer Special 
Licence
O15-O31
WMUs 200, 234, 236, 256 and 500
23
Elk
Resident Antlered Elk Special Licence
Resident Antlerless Elk Special Licence
O15-O31
WMUs 200 and 234
24
Elk
Resident Either Sex Elk Special Licence
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays 
and Fridays, only from N1-N25
WMUs 116, 118, 119 and 624

Table 4 
 
Additional Seasons   (continued) 

ITEM 
NO.
COLUMN I
BIG GAME
COLUMN II
LICENCE TYPE
COLUMN III
OPEN SEASON
COLUMN IV
LOCATION
25
Elk
Resident Either Sex Elk Special Licence
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays 
and Fridays, only from N29-J6
WMUs 116, 118 and 119
26
Elk
Cypress Hills Elk Archery Licence
S1-O15
WMUs 116, 118 and 119
27
Antlerless elk and 
three point elk
WMU 300 Elk Special Licence, or Non-resident 
or Non-resident Alien Antlered Elk Special 
Licence
S7-O24, O25-D24, D25-F21
WMU 300
28
Antlerless elk
WMU 212 Antlerless Elk Archery Licence
S1-N30
WMU 212
29
Antlerless elk
WMU 212 Antlerless Elk Special Licence
Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, 
Thursdays and Fridays, only from 
D1-D20 and J3-J20
WMU 212
30
Elk
Antlered Elk Special Licence, or Resident 
Antlerless Elk Special Licence
S7-S23, S24-O8, O9-O23

WMU 102
31
Elk
Antlered Elk Special Licence, or Resident 
Antlerless Elk Special Licence
S7-S30, O1-O24, O25-N16, 
N17-D20
WMU 104
WMUs 124, 144, 148, and 150



Table 4 
 
Additional Seasons   (continued) 

ITEM 
NO.
COLUMN I
BIG GAME
COLUMN II
LICENCE TYPE
COLUMN III
OPEN SEASON
COLUMN IV
LOCATION
32
Antlerless elk
Resident Antlerless Elk Special Licence
S7-S30, O1-O24, O25-N16, 
N17-D20
WMU 108
33
Antlered elk
Antlered Elk Special Licence
S7-S30, O1-O24, O25-N16, 
N17-D20
WMU 108
34
Antlerless elk
Resident Antlerless Elk Special Licence
S17-N30
The portion of WMU 441 that lies east of the Smoky River 
and southwest of the Muskeg River
35
Antlerless elk
Resident Antlerless Elk Special Licence
S17-N30
The portion of WMU 444 that lies west of the Smoky River 
and north of Beaverdam Road
36
Elk
Antlered Elk Special Licence, or Resident 
Antlerless Elk Special Licence
O17-O31, N1-N23
WMU 936
37
Elk
Resident Either Sex Elk Special Licence
D1-D17
WMUs 728 and 730
38
Moose
Resident Antlered Moose Special Licence
Resident Antlerless Moose Special Licence
N25-N27
N29-D11
WMUs 200, 234, 236, 256 and 500




Table 4 
 
Additional Seasons   (continued) 

ITEM 
NO.
COLUMN I
BIG GAME
COLUMN II
LICENCE TYPE
COLUMN III
OPEN SEASON
COLUMN IV
LOCATION
39
Calf moose
Calf Moose Special Licence
D1-D3, D5-D10, D12-D17
WMUs 728 and 730
40
Moose
Antlered Moose Special Licence, or Antlerless 
Moose Special Licence
D1-D3, D5-D10, D12-D17
WMUs 728 and 730
41
Moose
Antlered Moose Special Licence, or Antlerless 
Moose Special Licence
O17-O31, N1-N23
WMU 936
42
Antlerless moose
Antlerless Moose Special Licence
Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, 
Thursdays and Fridays, only from 
O25-D7
Those portions of WMU 248 within the County of Strathcona
43
Goat
Goat Special Licence
S10-O31, S17-O31
Those portions of WMUs 400, 440, 442 or 444 specified on 
each licence








Table 6 
 
Upland Game Bird Seasons

GAME BIRD 
ZONE
Pheasant
Ruffed Grouse and  
Spruce Grouse
Blue Grouse
Sharp-tailed Grouse
Ptarmigan
Gray
Partridge
1
S1-N301
S1-N305
Closed
   O1-O3111
S1-J1515
   S1-N3017
2
S1-N302
S1-N30
S1-N308
   O1-O316
S1-J1516
   S1-N30
3
S1-N30 
S1-N30
Closed
   O1-O3120
S1-J1518 
   S1-N30
4
S1-N303
S1-N3024
S1-N309
   O1-O3112
S1-N3022 
  S1-N3023
5
O15-N30 
S1-N30
Closed
   O1-O31
Closed
  S1-N30
6
O15-N304
S1-N30
S1-N3010
   O1-O31
S1-N3010
  S1-N30
7
O15-N30
S1-N30
Closed
   O1-O31
Closed
  S1-N30
8
S1-N307 
S1-N307
S1-N3019
   O1-O3114
S1-N3021
  S1-N3013




Alberta Regulation 86/2011
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
ALBERTA LAMB PRODUCERS PLAN AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: May 19, 2011
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 215/2011) 
on May 18, 2011 pursuant to section 23 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products 
Act. 
1   The Alberta Lamb Producers Plan Regulation 
(AR 263/2001) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 12 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Refund of service charge
12   The Commission must refund a service charge paid on or after 
September 1, 2010 on the request of a producer in accordance with 
the Alberta Lamb Producers Regulation (AR 389/2003).

3   Section 29(a) is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
	(a)	an eligible producer is any producer who has paid a service 
charge under this Plan in the current or immediately 
preceding 12 months, whether or not the producer requested 
a service charge refund;


--------------------------------
Alberta Regulation 87/2011
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
POTATO GROWERS OF ALBERTA PLAN AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: May 19, 2011
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 216/2011) 
on May 18, 2011 pursuant to section 23 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products 
Act. 
1   The Potato Growers of Alberta Plan Regulation 
(AR 291/2002) is amended by this Regulation.

2   The following is added after section 11:
Refund of service charges
11.1   The Commission must refund a service charge collected on or 
after August 1, 2010 on the request of a licensed producer made in 
accordance with the Potato Growers of Alberta Marketing 
Regulation (AR 277/98).


--------------------------------
Alberta Regulation 88/2011
Insurance Act
INSURANCE AGENTS AND ADJUSTERS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: May 19, 2011
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 226/2011) 
on May 18, 2011 pursuant to section 498 of the Insurance Act. 
1   The Insurance Agents and Adjusters Regulation 
(AR 122/2001) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 30 is amended by adding the following after 
subsection (2):
(2.1)  Subsection (1)(d) does not apply to an individual or sole 
proprietor who holds an adjuster's certificate of authority limited to 
hail insurance, travel insurance or equipment warranty insurance.


--------------------------------
Alberta Regulation 89/2011
Hospitals Act
OPERATION OF APPROVED HOSPITALS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: May 19, 2011
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 229/2011) 
on May 18, 2011 pursuant to section 28 of the Hospitals Act. 
1   The Operation of Approved Hospitals Regulation 
(AR 247/90) is amended by this Regulation. 

2   Section 32 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1) by striking out "on an annual basis 
and by making appointments at other times as circumstances 
may require";
	(b)	in subsection (2) by striking out "of not more than one 
year and may review the temporary appointments";
	(c)	in subsection (3) by adding "review," before 
"suspend".

3   Section 33(4) is amended by striking out "on an annual or 
temporary basis" and substituting "to the medical staff".


--------------------------------
Alberta Regulation 90/2011
Health Professions Act
PHARMACISTS PROFESSION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: May 19, 2011
For information only:   Made by the Council of the Alberta College of Pharmacists on 
April 20, 2011 and approved by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 231/2011) 
on May 18, 2011 pursuant to section 131 of the Health Professions Act. 
1   The Pharmacists Profession Regulation (AR 129/2006) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   The title is amended by adding "AND PHARMACY 
TECHNICIANS" after "PHARMACISTS".

3   Section 1 is amended
	(a)	by repealing clause (b) and substituting the 
following:
	(b)	"clinical pharmacist" means a regulated member 
registered in the clinical pharmacist register category of 
the regulated members register; 
	(b)	by repealing clause (g) and substituting the 
following:
	(g)	"courtesy pharmacist" means a regulated member 
registered in the courtesy pharmacist register category 
of the regulated members register;
	(g.1)	"courtesy pharmacy technician" means a regulated 
member registered in the courtesy pharmacy technician 
register category of the regulated members register;
	(c)	by repealing clauses (k), (l) and (n);
	(d)	by repealing clauses (p) and (q) and substituting 
the following:
	(p)	"pharmacy technician" means a regulated member 
registered in the pharmacy technician register category 
of the regulated members register;
	(p.1)	"practice of pharmacists" means the practice of 
pharmacists as described in section 3(1) of Schedule 19 
to the Act;
	(p.2)	"practice of pharmacy technicians" means the practice 
of pharmacy technicians as described in section 3(2) of 
Schedule 19 to the Act;
	(q)	"provisional pharmacist" means a regulated member 
registered in the provisional pharmacist register 
category of the regulated members register;
	(q.1)	"provisional pharmacy technician" means a regulated 
member registered in the provisional pharmacy 
technician register category of the regulated members 
register;
	(e)	by adding the following after clause (u):
	(u.1)	"Standards of Practice" means the standards of practice 
of pharmacists or pharmacy technicians adopted by the 
Council under section 133 of the Act;
	(f)	by repealing clauses (v) and (w) and substituting 
the following:
	(v)	"structured practical training program for pharmacists" 
means the structured practical training program for 
pharmacists referred to in section 10;
	(w)	"structured practical training program for pharmacy 
technicians" means the structured practical training 
program for pharmacy technicians referred to in section 
10.1;
	(x)	"student pharmacist" means a regulated member of the 
College registered in the student pharmacist register 
category of the regulated members register.

4   Section 2 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Register categories
2   The regulated members register established by the Council under 
section 33(1)(a) of the Act has the following categories:
	(a)	clinical pharmacist register;
	(b)	provisional pharmacist register;
	(c)	courtesy pharmacist register;
	(d)	student pharmacist register;
	(e)	pharmacy technician register;
	(f)	provisional pharmacy technician register;
	(g)	courtesy pharmacy technician register.

5   Section 3 is amended
	(a)	by repealing subsection (1) and substituting the 
following:
Clinical pharmacist register
3(1)  An applicant for registration as a regulated member on the 
clinical pharmacist register must
	(a)	have received a baccalaureate degree in pharmacy from 
a pharmacy program approved by the Council,
	(b)	have successfully completed a structured practical 
training program for pharmacists, and
	(c)	have successfully passed the registration and the ethics 
and jurisprudence examinations for pharmacists 
approved by the Council.
	(b)	by repealing subsection (2)(a) and substituting the 
following:
	(a)	must have completed the requirements set out in 
subsection (1)(b) and (c) within the 2-year period 
ending immediately before the applicant submits a 
complete application, or
	(c)	by repealing subsection (3)(c) and substituting the 
following:
	(c)	complete an additional structured practical training 
program for pharmacists. 
	(d)	by repealing subsection (4) and substituting the 
following:
(4)  For the purpose of subsection (3), the Registrar may register 
an applicant on the provisional pharmacist register.

6   The following is added after section 3:
Pharmacy technician register
3.1(1)  An applicant for registration as a regulated member on the 
pharmacy technician register must
	(a)	have received a certificate or diploma from a pharmacy 
technician program approved by the Council,
	(b)	have successfully completed a structured practical training 
program for pharmacy technicians, and
	(c)	have successfully passed the registration and the ethics and 
jurisprudence examinations for pharmacy technicians 
approved by the Council.
(2)  An applicant
	(a)	must have completed the requirements set out in subsection 
(1)(b) and (c) within the 2-year period ending immediately 
before the applicant submits a complete application, or
	(b)	must demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Registrar that the 
applicant is currently competent to practise as a pharmacy 
technician.
(3)  For the purpose of subsection (2)(b), the Registrar may require 
the applicant to do one or more of the following:
	(a)	successfully complete coursework and examinations;
	(b)	undergo an evaluation of competencies;
	(c)	complete an additional structured practical training program 
for pharmacy technicians.
(4)  For the purpose of subsection (3), the Registrar may register an 
applicant on the provisional pharmacy technician register.

7   Section 4 is amended
	(a)	by repealing subsection (1) and substituting the 
following:
Provisional pharmacist register
4(1)  An applicant for registration as a regulated member on the 
clinical pharmacist register may be registered initially on the 
provisional pharmacist register if the applicant has successfully 
completed all of the requirements for the granting of a 
baccalaureate degree in pharmacy from a pharmacy program 
approved by the Council and the applicant
	(a)	has applied to write the registration examination or the 
ethics and jurisprudence examination for pharmacists 
approved by the Council,
	(b)	has written and is awaiting the results of the registration 
examination or the ethics and jurisprudence 
examination for pharmacists approved by the Council, 
or
	(c)	is carrying out a structured practical training program 
for pharmacists.
	(b)	in subsection (2) by striking out "provisional register" 
and substituting "provisional pharmacist register";
	(c)	in subsection (3) 
	(i)	by striking out "clinical register" and substituting 
"clinical pharmacist register"; 
	(ii)	by striking out "provisional register" and 
substituting "provisional pharmacist register".

8   The following is added after section 4:
Provisional pharmacy technician register
4.1(1)  An applicant for registration as a regulated member on the 
pharmacy technician register may be registered initially on the 
provisional pharmacy technician register if the applicant has 
successfully completed all of the requirements for the granting of a 
certificate or diploma from a program approved by the Council and 
the applicant
	(a)	has applied to write the registration examination or the ethics 
and jurisprudence examination for pharmacy technicians 
approved by the Council,
	(b)	has written and is awaiting the results of the registration 
examination or the ethics and jurisprudence examination for 
pharmacy technicians approved by the Council, or
	(c)	is carrying out a structured practical training program for 
pharmacy technicians.
(2)  An applicant may be registered on the provisional pharmacy 
technician register under section 3.1, 5.1 or 6.1.
(3)  If a provisional pharmacy technician does not meet the 
requirements for registration on the pharmacy technician register 
within 2 years of the date of registration as a provisional pharmacy 
technician, the Registrar must remove the provisional pharmacy 
technician's name from the provisional pharmacy technician register.
(4)  Despite subsection (3), the Registrar may, on application by the 
provisional pharmacy technician, extend the 2-year period in 
subsection (3) if the Registrar is satisfied that there are extenuating 
circumstances.

9   Section 5 is amended 
	(a)	by repealing subsection (1) and substituting the 
following:
Equivalent jurisdiction - pharmacists
5(1)  An applicant for registration as a regulated member on 
the clinical pharmacist register who is currently registered as a 
pharmacist in good standing in another jurisdiction recognized 
by the Council under section 28(2)(b) of the Act as having 
substantially equivalent registration requirements and who 
successfully completes the ethics and jurisprudence 
examination for pharmacists approved by the Council may be 
registered on the clinical pharmacist register.
	(b)	in subsection (2) by striking out "provisional register" 
and substituting "provisional pharmacist register".

10   The following is added after section 5:
Equivalent jurisdiction - pharmacy technicians
5.1(1)  An applicant for registration as a regulated member on the 
pharmacy technician register who is currently registered as a 
pharmacy technician in good standing in another jurisdiction 
recognized by the Council under section 28(2)(b) of the Act as 
having substantially equivalent registration requirements and who 
successfully completes the ethics and jurisprudence examination for 
pharmacy technicians approved by the Council may be registered on 
the pharmacy technician register.
(2)  The Registrar may register an applicant under subsection (1) 
who has applied to write or has written and is awaiting the results of 
an examination referred to in subsection (1) on the provisional 
pharmacy technician register.

11   Section 6 is amended
	(a)	by repealing subsection (1) and substituting the 
following:
Substantial equivalence - pharmacists
6(1)  An applicant for registration as a regulated member on 
the clinical pharmacist register who does not meet the 
requirements of section 3(1) and (2) 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 section 3(1) and (2) may be registered 
on the clinical pharmacist register.
	(b)	in subsection (2) by adding "for pharmacists" after 
"jurisprudence examination";
	(c)	in subsection (5) by adding "for pharmacists" after 
"training program";
	(d)	in subsection (6) by striking out "provisional register" 
and substituting "provisional pharmacist register".

12   The following is added after section 6:
Substantial equivalence - pharmacy technicians
6.1(1)  An applicant for registration as a regulated member on the 
pharmacy technician register who does not meet the requirements of 
section 3.1(1) and (2) 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 section 3.1(1) 
and (2) may be registered on the pharmacy technician register.
(2)  In determining whether an applicant's qualifications are 
substantially equivalent under subsection (1), the Registrar may 
require the applicant to undergo examination, testing and assessment 
activities and to successfully pass the ethics and jurisprudence 
examination for pharmacy technicians approved by the Council.
(3)  For the determination under subsection (2), the Registrar may 
use the services of experts and other resources to assist with the 
examination, testing and assessment activities.
(4)  The Registrar may require an applicant to pay all of the costs 
incurred under subsections (2) and (3).
(5)  The Registrar may direct the applicant to undergo any education 
or training activities the Registrar may consider necessary in order 
for the applicant to be registered, including, but not restricted to, 
completion of a structured practical training program for pharmacy 
technicians.
(6)  The Registrar may register an applicant under subsection (1) on 
the provisional pharmacy technician register for the purpose of 
assessing whether the applicant's qualifications are substantially 
equivalent to the registration requirements set out in section 3.1(1) 
and (2).
(7)  The Registrar may request any further information and evidence 
that the Registrar considers necessary in order to assess an 
application under this section.

13   Section 7 is amended 
	(a)	by repealing subsection (1) and substituting the 
following:
Courtesy pharmacist register applications
7(1)  An individual who is registered as a pharmacist in good 
standing in another jurisdiction and who requires registration in 
Alberta on a temporary basis for a specified purpose may apply 
to be registered on the courtesy pharmacist register.
	(b)	in subsection (2) by striking out "courtesy register" 
and substituting "courtesy pharmacist register";
	(c)	in subsection (3)
	(i)	by striking out "courtesy register" and 
substituting "courtesy pharmacist register";
	(ii)	by adding "for pharmacists approved by the Council" 
after "jurisprudence examination";
	(d)	in subsection (4) by striking out "courtesy register" 
and substituting "courtesy pharmacist register".

14   The following is added after section 7:
Courtesy pharmacy technician register applications
7.1(1)  An individual who is registered as a pharmacy technician in 
good standing in another jurisdiction and who requires registration in 
Alberta on a temporary basis for a specified purpose may apply to be 
registered on the courtesy pharmacy technician register.
(2)  The Registrar may register an applicant under subsection (1) on 
the courtesy pharmacy technician register for a period of time 
specified by the Registrar if
	(a)	the specified purpose is approved by the Registrar, and
	(b)	the Registrar is satisfied of the applicant's competence to 
provide the services related to the specified purpose safely 
and effectively.
(3)  The Registrar may require an applicant for registration on the 
courtesy pharmacy technician register to successfully pass the ethics 
and jurisprudence examination for pharmacy technicians approved 
by the Council.
(4)  A courtesy pharmacy technician must maintain his or her 
registration in the other jurisdiction while registered on the courtesy 
pharmacy technician register.

15   Section 8(3)(b) is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
	(b)	to complete an additional period of structured practical 
training for pharmacists or pharmacy technicians, as the case 
may be.

16   Section 9 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Student pharmacist register
9   An applicant for registration as a regulated member on the 
student pharmacist register must
	(a)	be registered in a university program approved by the 
Council, and
	(b)	undertake to engage in the practice of pharmacists as part of 
a structured practical training program for pharmacists.

17   Section 10 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Structured practical training program - pharmacists 
10(1)  The Council must make rules governing the structured 
practical training program for pharmacists, including rules relating to
	(a)	the competencies to be acquired,
	(b)	the structure, duration and organization of the program,
	(c)	evaluation mechanisms, processes and requirements for 
successful completion of the program, and
	(d)	any other matter directly related to the structured practical 
training program for pharmacists.
(2)  A structured practical training program for pharmacists must 
take place
	(a)	at a pharmacy or other facility approved by the Registrar, and
	(b)	under the preceptorship of a clinical pharmacist approved by 
the Registrar.
(3)  Despite subsection (2)(b), the Registrar may approve a 
preceptorship by an individual who is not a clinical pharmacist if the 
Registrar is satisfied that the individual has the training, skills and 
experience necessary to teach the practice of pharmacists.
Structured practical training program - pharmacy technicians
10.1(1)  The Council must make rules governing the structured 
practical training program for pharmacy technicians, including rules 
relating to
	(a)	the competencies to be acquired,
	(b)	the structure, duration and organization of the program,
	(c)	evaluation mechanisms, processes and requirements for 
successful completion of the program, and
	(d)	any other matter directly related to the structured practical 
training program for pharmacy technicians.
(2)  A structured practical training program for pharmacy technicians 
must take place
	(a)	at a pharmacy or other facility approved by the Registrar, and
	(b)	under the preceptorship of a pharmacy technician, clinical 
pharmacist or courtesy pharmacist approved by the Registrar.
(3)  Despite subsection (2)(b), the Registrar may approve a 
preceptorship by an individual who is not a pharmacy technician, 
clinical pharmacist or courtesy pharmacist if the Registrar is satisfied 
that the individual has the training, skills and experience necessary to 
teach the practice of pharmacy technicians.

18   Section 11(2)(a)(ii) is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
	(ii)	has previously been disciplined by another regulatory body 
responsible for the regulation of pharmacists, pharmacy 
technicians or of another profession;

19   Section 12(1) is amended by striking out "practice of 
pharmacy" and substituting "practice of pharmacists or the practice 
of pharmacy technicians, as the case may be".

20   The following is added after section 14:
Age requirement
14.1   An applicant for registration as a regulated member on any 
one of the following registers must provide evidence to the Registrar 
that the applicant is at least 18 years of age:
	(a)	clinical pharmacist register;
	(b)	courtesy pharmacist register;
	(c)	pharmacy technician register;
	(d)	courtesy pharmacy technician register.

21   Section 15 is amended 
	(a)	in subsection (5) by striking out "practice of pharmacy" 
and substituting "practice of pharmacists";
	(b)	in subsection (7) by striking out "clinical register" and 
substituting "clinical pharmacist register".

22   The following is added after section 15:
Authorization to use titles, etc.
15.1(1)  A pharmacy technician and a courtesy pharmacy technician 
may use the words "registered" and "regulated" and may use the 
following titles, abbreviations and initials:
	(a)	pharmacy technician;
	(b)	pharmacy technologist;
	(c)	dispensary technician;
	(d)	dispensary technologist;
	(e)	Pharm.Tech.;
	(f)	Ph.T.;
	(g)	R.Ph.T.
(2)  A provisional pharmacy technician may use the title provisional 
pharmacy technician.

23   Section 16 is amended
	(a)	by striking out "practice of pharmacy" wherever it 
occurs and substituting "practice of pharmacists";
	(b)	by striking out "Pharmacists' Standards of Practice" 
wherever it occurs and substituting "Standards of 
Practice";
	(c)	by striking out "clinical register" wherever it occurs 
and substituting "clinical pharmacist register".

24   Section 17(1) is amended
	(a)	by striking out "practice of pharmacy" and substituting 
"practice of pharmacists";
	(b)	by striking out "Pharmacists' Standards of Practice" and 
substituting "Standards of Practice".

25   Section 18 is amended
	(a)	by striking out "practice of pharmacy" and substituting 
"practice of pharmacists";
	(b)	by striking out "Pharmacists' Standards of Practice" and 
substituting "Standards of Practice";
	(c)	by striking out "courtesy register" and substituting 
"courtesy pharmacist register".

26   Section 19 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Student pharmacists
19(1)  A student pharmacist is authorized to perform, within the 
practice of pharmacists and in accordance with the Standards of 
Practice, the restricted activities referred to in section 16 under the 
supervision of a clinical pharmacist or a courtesy pharmacist.
(2)  Subject to the rules of the structured practical training program 
for pharmacists, the supervision under subsection (1) may be either 
direct supervision or indirect supervision, as the supervising clinical 
pharmacist or courtesy pharmacist considers appropriate to ensure 
the safe and effective performance of the restricted activity.

27   Section 20 is repealed.

28   Section 21 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Pharmacy technicians
21(1)  Subject to subsection (2), a pharmacy technician is authorized 
to perform, within the practice of pharmacy technicians and in 
accordance with the Standards of Practice, the following restricted 
activities under the direction of a clinical pharmacist or a courtesy 
pharmacist:
	(a)	to dispense a Schedule 1 drug or Schedule 2 drug;
	(b)	to compound, provide for selling or sell a Schedule 1 drug or 
a Schedule 2 drug;
	(c)	to compound blood products.
(2)  A pharmacy technician who is authorized to perform the 
restricted activity described in subsection (1)(a) may only perform 
that restricted activity if
	(a)	a clinical pharmacist or courtesy pharmacist has evaluated 
the prescription for the drug,
	(b)	a clinical pharmacist or courtesy pharmacist has assessed the 
patient, the patient's health history and medication record 
and has determined that the drug therapy is appropriate for 
the patient, and
	(c)	a clinical pharmacist or courtesy pharmacist is available to 
counsel the patient and to monitor the patient's drug therapy.
(3)  For the purpose of this section, a clinical pharmacist or courtesy 
pharmacist who is responsible for providing direction to a pharmacy 
technician must
	(a)	be practising in the same pharmacy as the pharmacy 
technician unless otherwise authorized in writing by the 
Registrar,
	(b)	ensure there is a system in place in the pharmacy that 
complies with the Standards of Practice and under which
	(i)	a clinical pharmacist or courtesy pharmacist is available 
to consult with, provide guidance to and, if necessary, 
provide assistance to the pharmacy technician,
	(ii)	the involvement of the pharmacy technician in the 
restricted activities authorized under subsection (1) can 
be monitored and assessed, and
	(iii)	the pharmacy technician reports to the clinical 
pharmacist or courtesy pharmacist who is responsible 
for providing direction to the pharmacy technician,
	(c)	be authorized to perform the restricted activities in respect of 
which the clinical pharmacist or courtesy pharmacist is 
providing direction to the pharmacy technician, and
	(d)	in the case of a courtesy pharmacist, be specifically 
authorized in writing by the Registrar to provide direction to 
a pharmacy technician.
(4)  A pharmacy technician is not to engage in a restricted activity 
authorized under subsection (1) unless the pharmacy technician is 
satisfied that the clinical pharmacist or courtesy pharmacist 
responsible for providing direction to the pharmacy technician has 
complied with subsection (3).
(5)  If the Registrar authorizes a courtesy pharmacist to provide 
direction to a pharmacy technician under subsection (3)(d), that 
authorization must be indicated on the courtesy pharmacist register.
Provisional pharmacy technicians
21.1(1)  A provisional pharmacy technician is authorized to 
perform, within the practice of pharmacy technicians and in 
accordance with the Standards of Practice, the restricted activities 
referred to in section 21(1) under the supervision of a clinical 
pharmacist, courtesy pharmacist or pharmacy technician. 
(2)  Subject to the rules of the structured practical training program 
for pharmacy technicians, the supervision under subsection (1) may 
be either direct supervision or indirect supervision, as the 
supervising clinical pharmacist, courtesy pharmacist or pharmacy 
technician considers appropriate to ensure the safe and effective 
performance of the restricted activities.
Courtesy pharmacy technicians
21.2   A courtesy pharmacy technician is authorized to perform, 
within the practice of pharmacy technicians and in accordance with 
the Standards of Practice, the restricted activities referred to in 
section 21(1) but only if the restricted activity that is being 
performed is directly related to the purpose for which the regulated 
member is registered on the courtesy pharmacy technician register.
Student pharmacy technicians
21.3   A student who is enrolled in a pharmacy technician program 
approved by the Council is permitted to perform the restricted 
activities referred to in section 21(1) under the direct supervision of a 
clinical pharmacist, a courtesy pharmacist, a pharmacy technician or 
a courtesy pharmacy technician.
Condition on restricted activities
21.4(1)  Despite any authorization to perform restricted activities, a 
regulated member must only perform a restricted activity that the 
regulated member is competent to perform and that is appropriate to 
the clinical circumstance and the regulated member's area of 
practice.
(2)  A regulated member who performs a restricted activity must do 
so in accordance with the Standards of Practice.

29   Section 22 is amended by renumbering it section 22(1) 
and adding the following after subsection (1):
(2)  Despite subsection (1), an individual employed in a pharmacy is 
also permitted to perform in that pharmacy the restricted activities 
described in subsection (1) with the consent of and under the direct 
supervision of a pharmacy technician if
	(a)	a clinical pharmacist or courtesy pharmacist consents to the 
activity being performed by the individual under the direct 
supervision of a pharmacy technician, and
	(b)	the pharmacy technician who is to provide the direct 
supervision consents.

30   Section 23 is amended by striking out "Pharmacists' 
Standards of Practice" wherever it occurs and substituting 
"Standards of Practice".

31   Section 25 is amended by adding "or pharmacy technician" 
after "clinical pharmacist" wherever it occurs.

32   Section 26(1) is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
Competence assessment
26(1)   The Competence Committee may require a clinical 
pharmacist, courtesy pharmacist, pharmacy technician or courtesy 
pharmacy technician to undergo an assessment for the purpose of 
evaluating the regulated member's competence.

33   Section 27 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Practice visits
27   The Competence Committee is authorized to carry out practice 
visits and may, for the purpose of assessing continuing competence, 
select individuals or groups of
	(a)	clinical pharmacists,
	(b)	courtesy pharmacists,
	(c)	pharmacy technicians, or
	(d)	courtesy pharmacy technicians
for practice visits based on criteria approved by the Council.

34   Section 28(l) is amended by adding ", courtesy pharmacists, 
pharmacy technicians or courtesy pharmacy technicians" after 
"clinical pharmacists".

35   Section 30(f) is amended by striking out "pharmacy" and 
substituting "pharmacists or the practice of pharmacy technicians, as 
the case may be".
36   Section 38(2)(b)(iii) is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
	(iii)	the applicant is fit to engage in the practice of pharmacists or 
in the practice of pharmacy technicians, as the case may be, 
and does not pose a risk to public safety or to the integrity of 
the profession.

37   Section 41(1) is amended
	(a)	by repealing clause (e) and substituting the 
following:
	(e)	degrees, certificates, diplomas and other qualifications;
	(b)	in clause (p) by adding "or pharmacy technician, as the 
case may be" after "pharmacist".

38   Section 42(d)(ii) is amended by adding "of the College" 
after "hearing tribunal".

39   This Regulation comes into force on July 1, 2011.


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Alberta Regulation 91/2011
Wildlife Act
WILDLIFE (2011 HUNTING SEASON - JOINT AUTHORITY) 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: May 20, 2011
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 218/2011) 
on May 18, 2011 jointly with the Minister of Sustainable Resource Development 
(M.O. 03/2011) on May 20, 2011 pursuant to section 104 of the Wildlife Act. 
1   The Wildlife Regulation (AR 143/97) is amended by this 
Regulation.

2   Schedule 1 is amended 
	(a)	in section 7 
	(i)	in subsection (6) by adding "or red squirrel" after 
"Badger";
	(ii)	in subsection (8) by striking out ", but the 
property in a cougar killed under those circumstances 
remains in the Crown";
	(b)	in section 9.1 by striking out "an off-highway" and 
substituting "a";
	(c)	in section 12
	(i)	in subsection (1) 
	(A)	by striking out "320,", "324," and "526,";
	(B)	by striking out "of WMU 357" and 
substituting "of WMU 320 that is described in 
subsection (1.1), in that portion of WMU 324 that 
is described in subsection (1.2), in that portion of 
WMU 357";
	(C)	by striking out "of WMU 528" and 
substituting "of WMU 526 that is described in 
subsection (2.2), in that portion of WMU 528";
	(ii)	by adding the following after subsection (1):
(1.1)  The portion of WMU 320 that is referred to in 
subsection (1) is as follows:
That portion of WMU 320 that lies east of Highway 22.
(1.2)  The portion of WMU 324 that is referred to in 
subsection (1) is as follows:
That portion of WMU 324 that lies north of the north  
boundary of township 37.
	(iii)	by adding the following after subsection (2.1):
(2.2)  The portion of WMU 526 that is referred to in 
subsection (1) is as follows:
That portion of WMU 526 that lies south of a line that 
begins at the junction of Highway 64 and the British 
Columbia boundary, thence easterly along Highway 64 
to Highway 685, thence easterly and southerly along 
Highway 685 to where it intersects Highway 35 at 
Grimshaw.
	(d)	in section 22 by adding "and" at the end of clause 
(b), by striking out "and" at the end of clause (c), and 
by repealing clause (d).

3   Section 2(c) comes into force on June 16, 2011.  


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Alberta Regulation 92/2011
Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act
TRANSPORT REFRIGERATION TECHNICIAN TRADE  
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: May 24, 2011
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training 
Board on March 25, 2011 and approved by the Minister of Advanced Education and 
Technology on May 18, 2011 pursuant to section 33(2) of the Apprenticeship and 
Industry Training Act. 
1   The Transport Refrigeration Technician Trade 
Regulation (AR 307/2000) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1 is amended
	(a)	by adding the following after clause (a):
	(a.1)	"auxiliary power units" include mobile generator 
systems and other alternative power supplies, the main 
purpose of which is to support mobile refrigeration and 
heating equipment;
	(b)	by adding the following after clause (b):
	(b.1)	"mobile equipment" includes, without limitation, trucks, 
trailers and specialized shipping containers with heating 
and air conditioning systems;
	(b.2)	"mobile refrigeration and heating equipment" means 
any type of primary or secondary refrigeration system 
used to supply optimal environmental conditions for 
transportation of goods by mobile equipment, including, 
without limitation, the following components:
	(i)	piping;
	(ii)	compressor assemblies;
	(iii)	condenser assemblies;
	(iv)	evaporator assemblies;
	(v)	system controls and control valves;
	(vi)	air handling and distribution equipment;
	(vii)	humidifier assemblies;
	(viii)	air cleaner assemblies;
	(ix)	system accessories and ancillary components;
	(x)	equipment used to monitor and control 
refrigeration systems and detect malfunctions in 
refrigeration systems;
	(xi)	auxiliary heaters;
	(xii)	mechanical generating systems;
	(xiii)	electrical and hybrid power supply systems;
	(xiv)	diesel engines and related systems;
	(c)	by repealing clause (c).

3   Sections 2 and 3 are repealed and the following is 
substituted:
Constitution of the trade
2   The undertakings that constitute the trade are the installation, 
maintenance, service, alteration and repair of 
	(a)	mobile refrigeration and heating equipment, and
	(b)	auxiliary power units.
Tasks, activities and functions
3   When practising or otherwise carrying out work in the trade, the 
following tasks, activities and functions come within the trade:
	(a)	using hand tools, power tools and specialized tools and 
equipment while working on mobile refrigeration and heating 
equipment;
	(b)	using mechanical, electrical, electronic and other measuring 
and testing devices in relation to mobile refrigeration and 
heating equipment;
	(c)	carrying out soldering, brazing and welding on or in relation 
to mobile refrigeration and heating equipment;
	(d)	maintaining and making electrical repairs to existing mobile 
refrigeration and heating equipment and auxiliary power 
units from the breaker or disconnect switch as follows:
	(i)	repairing burnt, broken or damaged wires and 
connections;
	(ii)	making upgrades to controls of existing mobile 
refrigeration and heating equipment;
	(e)	installing, maintaining and repairing natural gas and propane 
gas auxiliary heating units as well as hybrid control systems;
	(f)	installing, maintaining and repairing engines and 
compressors;
	(g)	installing, removing, recycling, storing and disposing of 
primary and secondary refrigerants;
	(h)	transporting, handling and using refrigerants and other 
dangerous goods related to mobile refrigeration and heating 
systems.

3   Section 4(1) is amended by striking out "14 months" and 
substituting "12 months".


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Alberta Regulation 93/2011
Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act
HEAVY EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN TRADE AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: May 24, 2011
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training 
Board on March 25, 2011 and approved by the Minister of Advanced Education and 
Technology on May 18, 2011 pursuant to section 33(2) of the Apprenticeship and 
Industry Training Act.
1   The Heavy Equipment Technician Trade Regulation 
(AR 282/2000) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1 is amended by repealing clauses (c) and (d) 
and substituting the following:
	(b.1)	"off road equipment" means industrial vehicles, engines, 
equipment and attachments;
	(b.2)	"on road equipment" means on-highway truck and transport 
vehicles designed primarily for commercial use or for 
hauling bulk goods;
	(c)	"technical training" means technical training as defined in the 
Apprenticeship Program Regulation (AR 258/2000);
	(d)	"trade" means the trade of heavy equipment technician that is 
designated as a compulsory certification trade pursuant to the 
Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act;
	(e)	"transport trailer" means a commercial transport device 
connected to or moved by on road or off road equipment.

3   Section 5 is repealed.

4   Section 6 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Undertakings constituting the branch
6   The undertakings that constitute the heavy equipment technician 
branch of the trade are the maintenance, component replacement, 
diagnosis and repair of 
	(a)	off road equipment, or
	(b)	on road equipment and transport trailers, except
	(i)	mobile refrigeration and heating equipment as defined 
in the Transport Refrigeration Technician Trade 
Regulation (AR 307/2000), and
	(ii)	transport trailer bodies.

5   Section 7 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Tasks, activities and functions
7   When practising or otherwise carrying out work in the heavy 
equipment technician branch of the trade, the following tasks, 
activities and functions come within that branch of the trade:
	(a)	selecting, inspecting, using and maintaining various shop 
equipment and tools;
	(b)	retrieving and inputting applicable information using 
service-related computer software programs;
	(c)	inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing internal 
combustion engines and engine auxiliary systems and 
accessories;
	(d)	inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing power 
trains, clutches, fluid drives, transmissions, transfer drives, 
drive lines, differentials, final drives and steering clutches 
and axles;
	(e)	inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing electrical 
system components and circuits;
	(f)	inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing hydraulic 
and hydrostatic systems and components;
	(g)	inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing air systems 
and components;
	(h)	inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing steering, 
brakes and suspension systems and components;
	(i)	inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing frames, 
chassis, supporting structures, wheels, undercarriages, cabs 
and accessories, heating and air-conditioning systems, 
canopies and protective structures;
	(j)	inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing 
attachments, ground engaging and working tools, booms, 
structural members, cables, hooks and slings;
	(k)	with respect to preventive maintenance, operational safety 
and equipment economy,
	(i)	identifying and evaluating equipment failures and 
malfunctions relating to machine maintenance,
	(ii)	identifying unsafe operating practices, and
	(iii)	communicating
	(A)	advice on maintenance to be performed,
	(B)	maintenance safety precautions,
	(C)	correct procedures for equipment inspections, 
operation, towing, loading, hauling, parking and 
storage, and
	(D)	the importance of the use of proper fuel, lubricants, 
coolants, filters and similar items and providing 
advice in respect of those matters.

6   Section 11 is repealed.

7   Section 12 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Undertakings constituting the branch
12   The undertakings that constitute the heavy duty equipment (off 
road) branch of the trade are the maintenance, component 
replacement, diagnosis and repair of
	(a)	off road equipment, and
	(b)	transport trailers, except
	(i)	mobile refrigeration and heating equipment as defined 
in the Transport Refrigeration Technician Trade 
Regulation (AR 307/2000), and
	(ii)	transport trailer bodies.

8   Section 13 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Tasks, activities and functions
13   When practising or otherwise carrying out work in the heavy 
duty equipment mechanic (off road) branch of the trade, the 
following tasks, activities and functions come within that branch of 
the trade:
	(a)	selecting, inspecting, using and maintaining various shop 
equipment and tools;
	(b)	retrieving and inputting applicable information using 
service-related computer software programs;
	(c)	inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing internal 
combustion engines and engine auxiliary systems and 
accessories;
	(d)	inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing power 
trains, clutches, fluid drives, transmissions, transfer drives, 
drive lines, differentials, final drives and steering clutches 
and axles;
	(e)	inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing electrical 
system components and circuits;
	(f)	inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing hydraulic 
and hydrostatic systems and components;
	(g)	inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing air systems 
and components;
	(h)	inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing steering, 
brakes and suspension systems and components;
	(i)	inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing frames, 
chassis, supporting structures, wheels, undercarriages, cabs 
and accessories, heating and air-conditioning systems, 
canopies and protective structures;
	(j)	inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing 
attachments, ground engaging and working tools, booms, 
structural members, cables, hooks and slings;
	(k)	with respect to preventive maintenance, operational safety 
and equipment economy,
	(i)	identifying and evaluating equipment failures and 
malfunctions relating to machine maintenance,
	(ii)	identifying unsafe operating practices, and
	(iii)	communicating
	(A)	advice on maintenance to be performed,
	(B)	maintenance safety precautions,
	(C)	correct procedures for equipment inspections, 
operation, towing, loading, hauling, parking and 
storage, and
	(D)	the importance of the use of proper fuel, lubricants, 
coolants, filters and similar items and providing 
advice in respect of those matters.

9   Section 17 is repealed.
10   Section 18 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Undertakings constituting the branch
18   The undertakings that constitute the truck and transport 
mechanic branch of the trade are the maintenance, component 
replacement, diagnosis and repair of on road equipment and 
transport trailers, except
	(a)	mobile refrigeration and heating equipment as defined in the 
Transport Refrigeration Technician Trade Regulation 
(AR 307/2000), and
	(b)	transport trailer bodies.

11   Section 19 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Tasks, activities and functions
19   When practising or otherwise carrying out work in the truck and 
transport mechanic branch of the trade, the following tasks, activities 
and functions come within that branch of the trade:
	(a)	selecting, inspecting, using and maintaining various shop 
equipment and tools;
	(b)	retrieving and inputting applicable information using 
service-related computer software programs;
	(c)	inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing internal 
combustion engines and engine auxiliary systems and 
accessories;
	(d)	inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing power 
trains, clutches, fluid drives, transmissions, transfer drives, 
drive lines, differentials, final drives and steering clutches 
and axles;
	(e)	inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing electrical 
system components and circuits;
	(f)	inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing hydraulic 
systems and components;
	(g)	inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing air systems 
and components;
	(h)	inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing steering, 
brakes, suspension systems and components;
	(i)	inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing frames, 
chassis, supporting structures and components;
	(j)	inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing 
attachments and working tools, structural members, cables, 
hooks and slings;
	(k)	with respect to preventive maintenance, operational safety 
and equipment economy,
	(i)	identifying and evaluating equipment failures and 
malfunctions relating to machine maintenance,
	(ii)	identifying unsafe operating practices, and
	(iii)	communicating
	(A)	advice on maintenance to be performed,
	(B)	maintenance safety precautions,
	(C)	correct procedures for equipment inspections, 
operation, towing, loading, hauling, parking and 
storage, and
	(D)	the importance of the use of proper fuel, lubricants, 
coolants, filters and similar items and providing 
advice in respect of those matters.

12   Section 23 is repealed.

13   Section 24 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Undertakings constituting the branch
24   The undertakings that constitute the transport trailer mechanic 
branch of the trade are the maintenance, component replacement, 
diagnosis and repair of transport trailers, except
	(a)	mobile refrigeration and heating equipment as defined in the 
Transport Refrigeration Technician Trade Regulation 
(AR 307/2000), and
	(b)	transport trailer bodies.

14   Section 25 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Tasks, activities and functions
25   When practising or otherwise carrying out work in the transport 
trailer mechanic branch of the trade, the following tasks, activities 
and functions come within that branch of the trade:
	(a)	retrieving and inputting applicable information using 
service-related computer software programs;
	(b)	inspecting, maintaining, diagnosing and repairing 
	(i)	suspensions, undercarriages and frames,
	(ii)	braking systems,
	(iii)	trailer couplers and hitches,
	(iv)	landing gear, and
	(v)	electrical systems.

15   The heading preceding section 29 is amended by 
striking out "Transitional Provisions, Repeals,".

16   Sections 29, 30 and 31 are repealed.

17   Section 32 is amended by striking out "September 30, 
2016" and substituting "August 31, 2020".


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Alberta Regulation 94/2011
Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act
OUTDOOR POWER EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN TRADE 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: May 24, 2011
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training 
Board on March 25, 2011 and approved by the Minister of Advanced Education and 
Technology on May 18, 2011 pursuant to section 33(2) of the Apprenticeship and 
Industry Training Act.
1   The Outdoor Power Equipment Technician Trade 
Regulation (AR 47/2001) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 2 is repealed and the following is substituted: 
Constitution of the trade
2(1)  The undertakings set out in sections 10 and 14 constitute the 
trade.
(2)  The trade is made up of the following:
	(a)	the power equipment branch of the trade;
	(b)	the recreational equipment branch of the trade. 

3   Section 3 is amended by striking out "7, 11, 15 and 19" and 
substituting "11 and 15". 

4   Part 2 is repealed. 

5   Section 9 is amended 
	(a)	by striking out "sections 5, 13 and 17" and substituting 
"section 13"; 
	(b)	by adding "or turf equipment" after "outdoor power 
equipment";
	(c)	by adding the following after clause (p): 
	(q)	golf carts;
	(r)	utility vehicles specifically designed for use on or with 
respect to turf. 

6   Section 10 is amended by striking out "repair, service and 
maintenance" and substituting "diagnosis and repair".

7   Section 11 is amended by repealing clause (h) and 
substituting the following:
	(h)	repairing, maintaining and inspecting the following:
	(i)	cutting systems and components;
	(ii)	trailer couplers and hitches on unlicensed, off-road 
trailers, with respect to
	(A)	coupling units;
	(B)	fasteners, plungers, sliding fifth wheel plungers 
and control mechanisms and sliding racks;
	(C)	air release cylinder lines, hoses and fittings;
	(D)	fifth wheel saddles, bushings and pins, fifth wheel 
mounting components and fifth wheel 
compensators and components;
	(E)	king pins and upper coupler assemblies and 
turntables;
	(F)	rubber bushed hitch eyes, safety chains, cables and 
attachments, draw bars and attachments, pintle 
hooks and ball hitches;
	(iii)	body units, with respect to structural integrity, including
	(A)	aluminum, steel and stainless steel components of 
body units;
	(B)	doors, including door seals and rollers, tracks and 
hardware;
	(C)	loose fasteners.

8   Section 12 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1) by striking out "4" and 
substituting "3";
	(b)	by repealing subsection (5). 

9   Section 13 is repealed and the following is substituted: 
Definitions
13   In this Part,
	(a)	"marine equipment" means
	(i)	boats and trailers,
	(ii)	jet drives in boats and personal water craft,
	(iii)	outboard motors,
	(iv)	inboard-outboard engines, and
	(v)	stern drives;
	(b)	"recreational equipment" means vehicles, including 
trailers designed for the transportation of the vehicles, 
that are not defined as power equipment in section 9 and 
that in the trade are commonly known as
	(i)	snowmobiles, 
	(ii)	marine equipment, and 
	(ii)	outdoor recreational multi-wheeled utility vehicles 
that are not required to be registered under the 
Traffic Safety Act unless they are operated on a 
highway, but not including
	(A)	a motorcycle as defined in the Motorcycle 
Mechanic Trade Regulation (AR 291/2000), 
or 
	(B)	a vehicle as referred to in section 5, 11, 17 or 
23 of the Heavy Equipment Technician Trade 
Regulation (AR 282/2000).

10   Section 14 is amended by striking out "repair, service and 
maintenance" and substituting "diagnosis and repair".

11   Section 15(i) is amended 
	(a)	by striking out "and axles" adding substituting 
", axles, stern drives, lower units and inboard and jet drive 
motors";
	(b)	in subclause (i)(G) by striking out "and axles" and 
substituting ", axles, stern drives, lower units and inboard 
and jet drive motors".

12   Section 16 is amended 
	(a)	in subsection (1) by striking out "4" and 
substituting "3"; 
	(b)	by repealing subsection (5).

13   Part 5 is repealed.

14   This Regulation comes into force on September 1, 
2011. 


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Alberta Regulation 95/2011
Energy Resources Conservation Act
ENERGY RESOURCES CONSERVATION BOARD ADMINISTRATION 
FEES AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: May 25, 2011
For information only:   Made by the Energy Resources Conservation Board on May 
16, 2011 pursuant to section 27.2 of the Energy Resources Conservation Act. 
1   The Energy Resources Conservation Board 
Administration Fees Regulation (AR 114/2008) is amended 
by this Regulation.

2   Section 2(2) is amended by striking out "2010-11 fiscal year 
is December 31, 2009" and substituting "2011-12 fiscal year is 
December 31, 2010."

3   Section 3(2) is repealed and the following is substituted:
(2)  For the 2011-12 fiscal year, the annual adjustment factor is 
1.622372.

4   Section 4(2) is amended by striking out "$0.041600" and 
substituting "$0.046003".

5   Section 5 is amended 
	(a)	in subsection (4) by striking out "1.922220" and 
substituting "1.710099";
	(b)	in subsection (5) by striking out "2.883438" and 
substituting "3.015840";
	(c)	in subsection (6) by striking out "1.618293" and 
substituting "2.141773";
	(d)	in subsection (7) by striking out "1.154641" and 
substituting "1.364806";
	(e)	in subsection (8) by striking out "4.667182" and 
substituting "3.829231".


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Alberta Regulation 96/2011
Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act
POTABLE WATER AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: May 25, 2011
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Environment (M.O. 19/2011) on May 
19, 2011 pursuant to section 153 of the Environmental Protection and Enhancement 
Act. 
1   The Potable Water Regulation (AR 277/2003) is amended 
by this Regulation. 

2   Section 19 is amended by striking out "September 30, 2011" 
and substituting "June 30, 2013".


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Alberta Regulation 97/2011
Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act
ACTIVITIES DESIGNATION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: May 25, 2011
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Environment (M.O. 18/2011) on May 
19, 2011 pursuant to sections 85 and 89 of the Environmental Protection and 
Enhancement Act. 
1   The Activities Designation Regulation (AR 276/2003) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 15 is amended by striking out "September 30, 2011" 
and substituting "June 30, 2013".



Alberta Regulation 98/2011
Energy Resources Conservation Act
ENERGY RESOURCES CONSERVATION BOARD RULES OF PRACTICE
Filed: May 26, 2011
For information only:   Made by the Energy Resources Conservation Board on May 
16, 2011 pursuant to section 49 of the Energy Resources Conservation Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Interpretation of Rules
	2	Definitions
	3	Application of Rules
Part 1 
General Matters
	4	Directions
	5	On-site visits
	6	Setting of time limits and extending or abridging time
	7	Variation of Rules
	8	Failure to comply with Rules
	9	Motions
	10	Submissions
	11	Filing of documents
	12	Service of documents
	13	Public record
	14	Technical reports
	15	Revisions to documents
	16	Affidavits


	17	Evidence
	18	Additional information, documents and material
Part 2 
Commencement of Proceedings
	19	Commencement of proceedings
	20	Form of application
	21	Withdrawal of application or submission
	22	Notice of application
	23	Notice of hearing
	24	Submission of intervener
	25	Question of constitutional law
	26	Applicant to provide documents and material
	27	Late filing
	28	Adjournments
	29	Information request
	30	Response to information request
	31	Partial or no response
	32	Pre-hearing meeting
	33	Technical meeting
	34	Appropriate dispute resolution
	35	Settlement meetings
	36	Settlement proposal
	37	Effect of settlement proposal
Part 3 
Hearings
	38	No electronic hearing
	39	Notice to attend
	40	Oath or affirmation
	41	Witness panels
	42	Presenting evidence
	43	Hearings in absence of the public
	44	Participation of Crown
	45	Submissions by Board staff
	46	Arguments
	47	Written hearings
Part 4 
Review and Rehearing
	48	Application for review
	49	Application for rehearing
	50	Correction of errors
Part 5 
Costs
	51	Costs
	52	Advance of funds request
	53	Budget to be filed
	54	Interim awards
	55	Costs claim
	56	Comments on costs claim
	57	Costs award
	58	Liability for costs
	59	Costs order
	60	Review request
Part 6 
Expiry and Coming into Force
	61	Expiry
	62	Coming into force
Interpretation of Rules
1   These Rules must be liberally construed in the public interest to 
ensure the most fair, expeditious and efficient determination on its 
merits of every proceeding before the Board.
Definitions
2   In these Rules,
	(a)	"Act" means the Energy Resources Conservation Act and any 
other Act under which the Board is charged with the conduct 
of proceedings;
	(b)	"applicant" means a person who files an application with the 
Board;
	(c)	"application" means an application to the Board for an 
approval, permit, licence or other relief under the Act;
	(d)	"Board" means the Energy Resources Conservation Board 
and, where examiners are appointed by the Board to conduct 
a proceeding, the examiners for the purpose of the 
proceeding;
	(e)	"Crown" means Her Majesty the Queen in the right of 
Alberta;
	(f)	"document" includes films, photographs, charts, maps, 
graphs, plans, surveys, books of account, transcripts, and 
video and audio recordings;
	(g)	"electronic hearing" means an oral hearing conducted by 
conference telephone or other electronic means where each 
participant is able to hear and respond to the comments of the 
other participants at the time the comments are made;
	(h)	"file" means file with the Board at its office in Calgary;
	(i)	"hearing" means a hearing before the Board;
	(j)	"information request" means a request for information 
described in section 29;
	(k)	"intervener" means a person, other than an applicant, who 
files a submission with the Board in respect of a proceeding;
	(l)	"notice of application" means a notice of application issued 
by the Board under section 22;
	(m)	"notice of hearing" means a notice of hearing issued by the 
Board under section 23;
	(n)	"oral hearing" means a hearing at which the participants 
attend in person before the Board;
	(o)	"party" means
	(i)	an applicant,
	(ii)	an intervener, and
	(iii)	for the purposes of these Rules, any other person whom 
the Board determines to be a party to a proceeding;
	(p)	"proceeding" means a matter brought before the Board
	(i)	by application,
	(ii)	by the Board on its own initiative, or
	(iii)	at the request of the Lieutenant Governor in Council;
	(q)	"publication" means a directive, bulletin or other document 
issued by the Board;
	(r)	"representative" means the agent or solicitor of a party;
	(s)	"written hearing" means a hearing held by means of an 
exchange of documents whether in writing or in electronic 
form.
Application of Rules
3   These Rules apply to all energy proceedings of the Board, other 
than appeals under section 27.2 of the Act.
Part 1 
General Matters
Directions
4   The Board may, at any time before making a decision on a 
proceeding, issue any directions that it considers necessary for the fair 
determination of an issue.
On-site visits
5   The Board may, with or without the parties, conduct an on-site visit 
of lands or facilities to better determine any matter relevant to the 
disposition of a proceeding before it.
Setting of time limits and extending or abridging time
6(1)  The Board may set time limits for doing anything provided for in 
these Rules.
(2)  The Board may, on its own initiative or on motion by a party, 
extend or abridge a time limit specified in these Rules or by the Board, 
on any terms that the Board considers appropriate.
(3)  The Board may, with or without a hearing, exercise its discretion 
under this section before or after the expiration of a time limit 
specified in these Rules or by the Board.
Variation of Rules
7   The Board may, with or without a hearing, dispense with, vary or 
supplement all or any part of these Rules if it is satisfied that the 
circumstances of any proceeding require it.
Failure to comply with Rules
8(1)  If a party fails to comply with these Rules or a direction of the 
Board, the Board may
	(a)	make an order that the Board considers appropriate to ensure 
the fair determination of an issue, or
	(b)	adjourn the proceeding until it is satisfied that these Rules or 
the direction of the Board has been complied with.
(2)  If a party fails to comply with a time limit specified in these Rules 
or by the Board for the filing of documentary evidence or other 
material, the Board may disregard the documentary evidence or 
material.
(3)  No proceeding is invalid by reason of a defect or other irregularity 
in form.
Motions
9(1)  If a matter arises in a proceeding, other than during an oral 
hearing or electronic hearing, that requires a decision or order of the 
Board, a party may bring the matter before the Board by filing a 
motion.
(2)  A motion brought under subsection (1) must
	(a)	be in writing,
	(b)	briefly describe
	(i)	the decision or order sought,
	(ii)	the grounds on which the motion is made, and
	(iii)	the nature of any oral or documentary evidence sought 
to be presented in support of the motion,
		and
	(c)	be accompanied with
	(i)	an affidavit setting out a clear and concise statement of 
the facts relevant to the motion, and
	(ii)	any documents that may support the motion.
(3)  A party bringing a motion under subsection (1) shall serve a copy 
of it on the other parties.
(4)  A party who wishes to respond to a motion brought under 
subsection (1) shall file and serve, as directed by the Board, a response.
(5)  A response under subsection (4) must
	(a)	be in writing,
	(b)	briefly describe the nature of any oral or documentary 
evidence sought to be presented in support of the response, 
and
	(c)	be accompanied with any documents that may support the 
response.
(6)  A party who wishes to reply to a response to a motion under 
subsection (4) shall file and serve, as directed by the Board, a reply.
(7)  A reply under subsection (6) must
	(a)	be in writing,
	(b)	briefly describe the nature of any oral or documentary 
evidence sought to be presented in support of the reply, and
	(c)	be accompanied with any documents that may support the 
reply.
(8)  If the Board decides to hear a motion brought under subsection (1), 
the Board shall give at least 2 days' notice to each party stating the 
time and place of the hearing.
(9)  If a matter arises in an oral hearing or electronic hearing that 
requires a decision or order of the Board, a party may bring the matter 
before the Board by making a motion.
(10)  A motion brought under subsection (9)
	(a)	may be made orally, and
	(b)	must be disposed of in accordance with such procedures as 
the Board may order.
Submissions
10(1)  Where a person files a submission objecting to a proposed 
application for the development of an energy resource, the person shall 
indicate the following:
	(a)	the right of the person that may be directly and adversely 
affected by a decision of the Board on the proposed 
application;
	(b)	the manner in which the right may be directly and adversely 
affected by a decision of the Board on the proposed 
application;
	(c)	the location of the land, residence or activity of the person in 
relation to the location of the energy resource that is the 
subject of the proposed application;
	(d)	the name, address in Alberta, telephone number, fax number, 
if any, and if available, an e-mail address of the person.
(2)  The person making a submission under subsection (1) shall serve a 
copy of the submission on the proponent of the proposed application.
Filing of documents
11(1)  If a person is required to file a document with the Board, the 
person shall
	(a)	file the original and the required number of copies of the 
document, as set out in the relevant statutory provision or 
publication, and
	(b)	indicate on the original document
	(i)	the application number,
	(ii)	the date of filing, and
	(iii)	the name of each person on whom the person will serve 
or has served a copy of the document.
(2)  Subsection (1)(b)(i) does not apply if the document is a form of 
application.
(3)  Where a person files a submission or other document in relation to 
a proposed application prior to the filing of an application or the 
commencement of a proceeding, the person shall file the original 
document in accordance with subsection (1)(a).
(4)  Subject to subsection (6), a document may be filed by personal 
delivery, courier service, ordinary mail, fax, electronic means or by 
any other means directed by the Board.
(5)  If a document is filed by fax or electronic means, the original and 
the required number of copies of the document, as set out in the 
relevant statutory provision or publication, must be delivered in 
writing to the Board by the end of the next business day or as directed 
by the Board.
(6)  A document may be filed by electronic means only if
	(a)	the electronic means is compatible with the Board's 
information technology, equipment, software and processes, 
and
	(b)	the document is in a form acceptable to the Board.
(7)  A document is deemed to have been filed when it is received by 
the Board unless it is received after the Board's business hours, in 
which case the document is deemed to have been filed on the next 
business day of the Board.
(8)  The Board may require that all or any part of a document filed be 
verified by affidavit.
Service of documents
12(1)  Subject to subsection (3), a document required to be served 
under these Rules or by the Board may be served on a person
	(a)	by personal delivery,
	(b)	by courier service, ordinary mail, fax or electronic means to 
the address given by the person, or
	(c)	by such other method as the Board directs.
(2)  If a person required to serve a submission or other document on a 
proponent of a proposed application or an applicant fails to do so, the 
Board may serve a copy of the submission or other document on the 
proponent or the applicant.
(3)  A document may be served by electronic means only if the person 
being served has the information technology, equipment, software and 
processes for receiving or retrieving the document.
(4)  The date of service of a document is the day on which the person 
being served receives the document unless it is received after 5 o'clock 
in the afternoon Mountain Standard Time, in which case the date of 
service is deemed to be the next business day.
(5)  The Board may require a person to file an affidavit of service 
setting out on whom a document was served and the means taken to 
effect service.
(6)  Where an oral hearing or electronic hearing is in progress, a party 
entering a document as an exhibit shall provide copies of the document 
to the Board, the Board staff attending the hearing and the other 
parties.
(7)  The Board may serve, or direct the applicant to serve, a notice 
issued by the Board either in accordance with this section or by public 
advertisement in a daily or weekly newspaper in circulation in the 
community affected by the proceeding.
(8)  Any document required to be served on a party under these Rules 
may be served on the party's representative.
Public record
13(1)  Subject to this section, all documents filed in respect of a 
proceeding, including any submissions or other documents filed prior 
to the commencement of the proceeding, must be placed on the public 
record.
(2)  If a party wishes to keep confidential any information in a 
document, the party may, before filing the document, file a request for 
confidentiality and serve a copy of the request on the other parties.
(3)  The request for confidentiality must
	(a)	be in writing,
	(b)	briefly describe
	(i)	the nature of the information in the document, and
	(ii)	the reasons for the request, including the specific harm 
that would result if the document were placed on the 
public record,
		and
	(c)	indicate whether all or only a part of the document is the 
subject of the request.
(4)  The Board may, with or without a hearing, grant a request for 
confidentiality on any terms it considers appropriate
	(a)	if the Board is of the opinion that disclosure of the 
information could reasonably be expected
	(i)	to result in undue financial loss or gain to a person 
directly affected by the proceeding, or
	(ii)	to harm significantly that person's competitive position,
		or
	(b)	if
	(i)	the information is personal, financial, commercial, 
scientific or technical in nature,
	(ii)	the information has been consistently treated as 
confidential by a person directly affected by the 
proceeding, and
	(iii)	the Board considers that the person's interest in 
confidentiality outweighs the public interest in the 
disclosure of the proceeding.
(5)  If the Board grants a request for confidentiality under subsection 
(4), a party may receive a copy of the document only if the party files 
an undertaking stating that the party will hold the document in 
confidence and use it only for the purpose of the proceeding.
(6)  Nothing in this section limits the operation of any statutory 
provision that protects the confidentiality of information or documents.
Technical reports
14   A document containing a technical report or material of a 
technical nature must indicate the technical qualifications of the person 
signing or taking responsibility for the report or material.
Revisions to documents
15(1)  Despite any other provision in these Rules, the Board may, on 
any terms it considers appropriate,
	(a)	allow a revision of all or any part of a document, or
	(b)	order the revision of all or any part of a document that in the 
opinion of the Board is
	(i)	not relevant or may tend to prejudice or delay a fair 
hearing of an application or other proceeding on the 
merits, or
	(ii)	necessary for the purpose of hearing and determining 
the pertinent questions in issue in the proceeding.
(2)  A party shall revise a document if
	(a)	significant new information relating to the document 
becomes available before the proceeding is disposed of, and
	(b)	the information is necessary for the purpose of hearing and 
determining the pertinent questions in issue in the 
proceeding.
(3)  Any document that is revised must clearly indicate the date of the 
revision and the part of the document that is revised.
Affidavits
16(1)  An affidavit intended to be used in a proceeding must be 
confined to those facts within the knowledge of the person making the 
affidavit or based on the information and belief of the person making 
the affidavit.
(2)  If a statement is made in an affidavit on information and belief, the 
source of the information and the grounds on which the belief is based 
must be set out in the affidavit.
(3)  If an affidavit refers to an exhibit, the exhibit must be marked as 
such by the person making the affidavit and attached to the affidavit.
Evidence
17(1)  Unless the Board otherwise directs, if a party intends to present 
documentary evidence at an oral hearing or electronic hearing, or is 
directed to do so by the Board, the party shall file the documentary 
evidence and serve a copy of it on the other parties before the hearing 
takes place.
(2)  The documentary evidence must be accompanied with a statement 
setting out the qualifications of the person who prepared the 
documentary evidence or under whose direction or control the 
evidence was prepared.
(3)  If a party is not able to file all of the party's documentary evidence 
before the hearing takes place, the party shall
	(a)	file such documentary evidence as is available at that time, 
and 
	(b)	file a statement
	(i)	identifying the balance of the documentary evidence to 
be filed, and
	(ii)	stating when the balance of the documentary evidence 
will be filed.
(4)  If a party is not willing to file documentary evidence when 
directed to do so by the Board under subsection (1), the party shall file 
a statement setting out the reasons why the party is not willing to do 
so.
Additional information, documents and material
18(1)  The Board may direct the applicant or an intervener to file such 
further information, documents or material as the Board considers 
necessary to permit a full and satisfactory understanding of an issue in 
a proceeding.
(2)  If the applicant or the intervener does not file the information, 
documents or material when directed to do so by the Board under 
subsection (1), the Board may
	(a)	adjourn the proceeding until the information, documents or 
material is filed, or
	(b)	dismiss the application or submission, as the case may be.
Part 2 
Commencement of Proceedings
Commencement of proceedings
19(1)  Subject to subsection (2), a proceeding must be commenced by 
filing an application.
(2)  A proceeding initiated by the Board or at the request of the 
Lieutenant Governor in Council may be commenced by a notice of 
hearing or as determined by the Board.
Form of application
20(1)  An application must be in writing and contain the following:
	(a)	a description of the approval, permit, licence or other relief 
applied for;
	(b)	the grounds on which the application is made;
	(c)	a reference to the statutory provision under which the 
application is made;
	(d)	a clear and concise statement of the facts relevant to the 
application;
	(e)	an explanation of the consultation process, if any, that the 
applicant has held with persons whose rights may be directly 
and adversely affected by the proceeding;
	(f)	any other information required by the relevant statutory 
provision or publication;
	(g)	any other information that may be useful in explaining or 
supporting the application;
	(h)	the applicant's name, address in Alberta, telephone number, 
fax number and, if available, e-mail address;
	(i)	if the applicant is represented by a representative, the 
representative's name, address in Alberta, telephone number, 
fax number and, if available, e-mail address.
(2)  The application must be accompanied with an application fee, if 
any.
(3)  The applicant shall serve a copy of the application on any person 
whose rights may be directly and adversely affected by a decision of 
the Board on the proceeding.
(4)  If an application is not complete, the Board shall notify the 
applicant in writing and request the information necessary to make the 
application complete.
(5)  If the applicant does not supply the information to make the 
application complete, the Board may dismiss the application.
Withdrawal of application or submission
21(1)  If an applicant wishes to withdraw an application before a 
hearing is held, the applicant shall file a notice of withdrawal of 
application in writing and serve a copy of the notice on the other 
parties.
(2)  The Board may, with or without a hearing, grant an application to 
withdraw an application on any terms that it considers appropriate.
(3)  If an applicant does not take any steps with respect to an 
application within the time specified in these Rules or by the Board, 
the Board may declare the application to be withdrawn, unless the 
applicant shows cause why the application should not be withdrawn.
(4)  If an intervener wishes to withdraw a submission before a hearing 
is held, the intervener shall file a notice of withdrawal in writing and 
serve a copy of the notice on the other parties.
Notice of application
22(1)  If the Board is considering deciding on an application without a 
hearing, the Board may issue a notice of application.
(2)  A notice of application must
	(a)	be in writing,
	(b)	briefly describe the subject-matter of the application,
	(c)	indicate the date by which a submission must be filed,
	(d)	state that the Board may grant the application without a 
hearing if there are no submissions objecting to the 
application filed by a person whom the Board considers may 
be directly and adversely affected by a decision of the Board 
on the proceeding,
	(e)	indicate that copies of the application and other documents 
filed in support of the application
	(i)	may be obtained from the applicant or the applicant's 
representative, and
	(ii)	are available for viewing at a location open to the 
public,
	(f)	indicate the name and address in Alberta of the applicant or 
the applicant's representative where the application and other 
documents filed in support of the application may be 
obtained,
	(g)	indicate the address of the location open to the public where 
the application and other documents are available for viewing 
and the hours during which they may be viewed, and
	(h)	contain any other information that the Board considers 
necessary.
(3)  If a submission is filed, the Board may
	(a)	set the application down for a hearing, or
	(b)	grant the application if
	(i)	the Board considers the submission to be frivolous, 
vexatious or of little merit, or 
	(ii)	the person filing the submission has not demonstrated 
that the person may be directly and adversely affected 
by a decision of the Board on the proceeding.
Notice of hearing
23(1)  If the Board decides to set an application down for a hearing, 
the Board shall issue a notice of hearing.
(2)  A notice of hearing must
	(a)	be in writing,
	(b)	briefly describe the subject-matter of the hearing,
	(c)	in the case of an oral or electronic hearing,
	(i)	indicate the date, time and place of the hearing, which 
must not be less than 10 days after the date of the 
notice, or
	(ii)	because of the complexity of the subject-matter of the 
proceeding, indicate that the date, time and place of the 
hearing will be set after the filing of submissions by any 
interveners,
	(d)	indicate if the hearing is to be held by examiners,
	(e)	indicate that copies of the application and other documents 
filed in support of the application
	(i)	may be obtained from the applicant or the applicant's 
representative, and
	(ii)	are available for viewing at a location open to the 
public,
	(f)	indicate the name and address in Alberta of the applicant or 
the applicant's representative where the application and other 
documents filed in support of the application may be 
obtained,
	(g)	indicate the address of the location open to the public where 
the application and other documents are available for viewing 
and the hours during which they may be viewed,
	(h)	contain a schedule showing the time limits for filing and 
serving submissions, responses to submissions, replies to 
responses to submissions, information requests, responses to 
information requests, documentary evidence and written 
argument, and
	(i)	contain any other information that the Board considers 
necessary.
Submission of intervener
24(1)  A person who wishes to intervene in a proceeding shall file a 
submission and serve a copy of it on the other parties within the time 
set out in the notice of hearing.
(2)  A submission must be in writing and contain the following:
	(a)	a concise statement indicating
	(i)	the manner in which the intervener's rights may be 
directly and adversely affected by a decision of the 
Board on the proceeding,
	(ii)	the nature and scope of the intervener's intended 
participation,
	(iii)	the disposition of the proceeding that the intervener 
advocates, if any,
	(iv)	the facts the intervener proposes to show in evidence,
	(v)	the reasons why the intervener believes the Board 
should decide in the manner that the intervener 
advocates, and
	(vi)	the intervener's efforts, if any, to resolve issues 
associated with the proceeding directly with the 
applicant;
	(b)	the name, address in Alberta, telephone number, fax number 
and, if available, e-mail address of the intervener;
	(c)	if the intervener is represented by a representative, the name, 
address in Alberta, telephone number, fax number and, if 
available, e-mail address of the representative;
	(d)	if the intervener is an unincorporated organization, the nature 
of the intervener's membership.
(3)  The Board may, on receiving and examining a submission, do one 
or more of the following:
	(a)	direct the intervener to serve a copy of the submission on 
such other persons and in such a manner as the Board 
specifies;
	(b)	direct the intervener to provide additional information to the 
Board;
	(c)	direct the applicant or the intervener to make further 
submissions, either orally or in writing, on the original 
submission;
	(d)	decide that the intervener will not be heard because
	(i)	the submission is frivolous, vexatious or of little merit, 
or
	(ii)	the intervener has not shown that the decision of the 
Board in the proceeding may directly and adversely 
affect the intervener's rights;
	(e)	if the Board is of the view that any matter set out in the 
submission is not in response to the application or has 
implications of importance beyond the application, direct a 
revision of the application or the submission that the Board 
considers necessary.
Question of constitutional law
25   In addition to giving notice in accordance with section 12 of the 
Administrative Procedures and Jurisdiction Act and the Designation of 
Constitutional Decision Makers Regulation (AR 69/2006), a person 
who intends to raise a question of constitutional law before the Board 
must include in its submission to the Board, filed in accordance with 
these Rules and any additional direction of the Board,
	(a)	the constitutional question the person intends to raise,
	(b)	the legal argument the person intends to make, and
	(c)	the evidence the person intends to rely on in support of the 
person's legal argument.
Applicant to provide documents and material
26   After an intervener files a submission under section 24, the 
applicant shall provide the intervener with copies of any of the 
following documents and material that the applicant has not previously 
provided to the intervener:
	(a)	the application and any other documents filed in support of 
the application;
	(b)	any material filed as documentary evidence.
Late filing
27(1)  A party who wishes to file a document, or a person who wishes 
to file a submission as an intervener, after the time limit set out in the 
notice of hearing has elapsed, may request of the Board leave to file 
the document or submission, as the case may be.
(2)  The Board may grant a request under subsection (1) on any terms 
that the Board considers appropriate.
Adjournments
28   The Board may, on its own initiative or on motion by a party, 
adjourn a hearing on any terms that the Board considers appropriate.
Information request
29(1)  A party may request another party, within the time limit set out 
in the notice of hearing, to provide information necessary
	(a)	to clarify any documentary evidence filed by the other party,
	(b)	to simplify the issues,
	(c)	to permit a full and satisfactory understanding of the matters 
to be considered, or
	(d)	to expedite the proceeding.
(2)  An information request under subsection (1) must
	(a)	be in writing,
	(b)	be directed to the party from whom a response is sought,
	(c)	contain specific questions for clarification about the party's 
evidence, documents or other material that is in the 
possession of the party and relevant to the proceeding,
	(d)	be filed and served as directed by the Board, and
	(e)	set out the date on which the information request is filed.
Response to information request
30(1)  A party who is served with an information request under section 
29 shall prepare a response that
	(a)	repeats each question in the information request,
	(b)	provides a full and adequate response to each question, and
	(c)	identifies the individual or individuals who were responsible 
for preparing the response.
(2)  A response under subsection (1) must
	(a)	be in writing,
	(b)	be filed and served as directed by the Board, and
	(c)	set out the date on which the response is filed.
Partial or no response
31(1)  If a party who is served with an information request under 
section 29 is not able or not willing to prepare a response in 
accordance with section 30, the party shall do one of the following:
	(a)	if the party contends that the information request is not 
relevant, file and serve on the party making the request a 
response in writing that sets out the specific reasons in 
support of that contention;
	(b)	if the party contends that the information necessary to 
provide an answer is not available or cannot be provided with 
reasonable effort, file and serve on the party making the 
request a response in writing that
	(i)	sets out the specific reasons in support of that 
contention, and
	(ii)	contains such other information that the party considers 
would be of assistance to the party making the 
information request;
	(c)	if the party contends that the information requested is 
confidential, file and serve on the party making the request a 
response in writing that sets out the specific reasons why the 
information is confidential and any harm that may be caused 
if it were disclosed.
(2)  If a party is not satisfied with a response under subsection (1), the 
party may bring a motion under section 9 requesting that the matter be 
settled by the Board.
Pre-hearing meeting
32   The Board may, on its own initiative or at the request of a party, 
direct that a pre-hearing meeting be held with the parties for one or 
more of the following purposes:
	(a)	to determine the issues in question and the position of the 
parties, including matters relating to costs;
	(b)	to recommend the procedures to be adopted with respect to 
the hearing;
	(c)	to determine whether the parties may benefit from a 
settlement meeting to discuss the issues;
	(d)	if an oral hearing or electronic hearing is to be held, to set the 
date, time and place for the oral hearing or electronic hearing 
and to fix the time to be allotted to each party to present 
evidence and argument;
	(e)	to decide any other matter that may aid in the simplification 
or the fair and most expeditious disposition of the 
proceeding.
Technical meeting
33   The Board may direct the parties to participate in a technical 
meeting for the purpose of
	(a)	reviewing and clarifying an application, a submission, a 
response to a submission, a reply to a response to a 
submission, an information request or a response to an 
information request, or
	(b)	recommending procedures to be adopted with respect to the 
hearing.
Appropriate dispute resolution
34   Where the parties engage in an appropriate dispute resolution, as 
set out in the Appropriate Dispute Guidelines, IL 2001-01, as amended 
from time to time, published by the Board, the provisions of the 
relevant guidelines govern the appropriate dispute resolution.
Settlement meetings
35(1)  If the parties have not engaged in an appropriate dispute 
resolution under section 34, the Board may direct the parties to 
participate in a settlement meeting for the purpose of settling one or 
more of the issues in a proceeding or for recommending procedures to 
be adopted with respect to the hearing.
(2)  A settlement meeting may not be transcribed or form part of the 
record of a proceeding.
(3)  The Board may appoint a person to chair or facilitate a settlement 
meeting.
(4)  All persons attending a settlement meeting shall treat admissions, 
concessions, offers to settle and related discussions as confidential and 
without prejudice.
(5)  Admissions, concessions, offers to settle and related discussions in 
a settlement meeting are not admissible in any proceeding without the 
consent of all affected parties.
Settlement proposal
36(1)  Where some or all of the parties reach an agreement following a 
settlement meeting under section 35, the parties shall make and file a 
settlement proposal describing the agreement.
(2)  The settlement proposal must identify for each issue those parties 
who agree with the settlement of the issue and those parties who do not 
agree with the settlement of the issue.
(3)  The parties shall ensure that the settlement proposal contains or 
identifies sufficient evidence to allow the Board to make findings on 
the issues.
Effect of settlement proposal
37(1)  After a settlement proposal is filed under section 36, the Board 
may
	(a)	hold a hearing to determine whether to accept or reject the 
settlement proposal,
	(b)	accept the settlement proposal, if it is in the public interest to 
do so and the evidence contained or identified in the 
settlement proposal is sufficient to allow the Board to make 
findings on the issues, or
	(c)	reject the settlement proposal, if the Board is of the view that
	(i)	the evidence contained or identified in the settlement 
proposal is not sufficient to allow the Board to make 
findings on the issues, or
	(ii)	the public interest requires a hearing.
(2)  If the Board rejects a settlement proposal under subsection (1)(c), 
the Board may direct the parties to make reasonable efforts to revise 
the settlement proposal.
Part 3 
Hearings
No electronic hearing
38   The Board shall not hold an electronic hearing if a party satisfies 
the Board that holding an electronic hearing is likely to cause the party 
significant prejudice.
Notice to attend
39(1)  The Board may, on its own initiative or at the request of a party, 
issue a notice requiring a person to attend an oral hearing or electronic 
hearing as a witness and to produce the documents and material set out 
in the notice.
(2)  The provisions of the Alberta Rules of Court (AR 124/2010) 
relating to the payment of allowances to witnesses apply to oral 
hearings and electronic hearings.
(3)  Despite subsection (2), the Board may increase the amount 
payable to an expert witness or in special circumstances where a 
witness attends an oral hearing or an electronic hearing as a result of a 
notice to attend.
AR 252/2007 s39;164/2010
Oath or affirmation
40   Unless the Board otherwise directs, a witness at an oral hearing or 
electronic hearing must be examined orally on oath or affirmation.
Witness panels
41(1)  The Board may permit evidence to be given by 2 or more 
witnesses sitting as a panel.
(2)  Questions addressed to a witness panel may be directed at specific 
members of the panel or the panel in general.
(3)  Unless the Board otherwise directs, members of a witness panel 
may confer among themselves.
(4)  Where a question is directed at a specific member of a panel and 
that member is not able to answer the question because of a lack of 
knowledge or qualifications, the Board may permit another member of 
the panel to answer the question.
Presenting evidence
42(1)  Unless the Board otherwise directs, no documentary evidence 
may be presented at an oral hearing or electronic hearing unless the 
evidence was filed and served in accordance with section 17.
(2)  A witness of a party presenting evidence at an oral hearing or 
electronic hearing shall
	(a)	confirm on oath or affirmation that the documentary evidence
	(i)	was prepared by the witness or under the witness's 
direction or control, and
	(ii)	is accurate to the best of the witness's knowledge or 
belief,
		and
	(b)	unless the Board otherwise directs, confine the witness's 
testimony to matters set out in the documentary evidence or 
arising from evidence adduced in cross-examination.
(3)  A witness may be
	(a)	cross-examined by or on behalf of a party, or
	(b)	examined by the Board or a member of the Board staff.
(4)  During a recess of an oral hearing or electronic hearing, a witness 
who is under cross-examination may consult with the witness's 
counsel if it is necessary to respond to undertakings made before the 
Board.
(5)  No argument may be received by the Board unless it is based on 
the evidence before the Board.
Hearings in absence of the public
43(1)  Subject to subsections (2) and (3), all oral hearings and 
electronic hearings are open to the public.
(2)  If the Board considers it necessary to prevent the disclosure of 
intimate personal, financial or commercial matters or other matters 
because, in the circumstances, the need to protect the confidentiality of 
those matters outweighs the desirability of an open hearing, the Board 
shall conduct all or part of the hearing in private.
(3)  If all or any part of an oral hearing or electronic hearing is to be 
held in private, no party may attend the hearing unless the party files 
an undertaking stating that the party will hold in confidence any 
evidence heard in private.
Participation of Crown
44(1)  The Crown may appear at an oral hearing or electronic hearing 
for one or more of the following purposes:
	(a)	to present evidence;
	(b)	to cross-examine witnesses;
	(c)	to submit argument.
(2)  Where the Crown intends to present evidence pursuant to 
subsection (1), the Crown shall do so in accordance with these Rules 
and any directions of the Board.
Submissions by Board staff
45   If, in the opinion of the Board, it is necessary or appropriate in the 
circumstances for a member of the Board staff or an expert hired by 
the Board to participate in a hearing, the member of the Board staff or 
the hired expert, as the case may be, may, in accordance with these 
Rules, do one or more of the following:
	(a)	file a submission;
	(b)	present evidence;
	(c)	cross-examine witnesses;
	(d)	submit argument;
	(e)	be cross-examined by or on behalf of a party;
	(f)	be examined by the Board or another member of the Board 
staff.
Arguments
46   Arguments must be in a form as directed by the Board.
Written hearings
47(1)  Where the Board holds a written hearing, it may
	(a)	dispose of the proceeding on the basis of the documents filed 
by the parties, or
	(b)	require additional information and material from the parties 
before disposing of the proceeding.
(2)  The Board may determine at any time during a written hearing that 
the proceeding must be disposed of by means of an oral hearing or 
electronic hearing.
Part 4 
Review and Rehearing
Application for review
48(1)  The Board may, on its own initiative or on application by a 
person, review an order, decision or direction made by it.
(2)  An application for a review under subsection (1) must be in 
writing and contain the following:
	(a)	a clear and concise statement of the facts relevant to the 
application;
	(b)	the grounds on which the application is made;
	(c)	a brief explanation as to the nature of the prejudice or 
damage that has resulted or will result from the order, 
decision or direction;
	(d)	a brief description of the remedy sought;
	(e)	the applicant's name, address in Alberta, telephone number, 
fax number and, if available, e-mail address;
	(f)	if the applicant is represented by a representative, the 
representative's name, address in Alberta, telephone number, 
fax number and, if available, e-mail address.
(3)  An application for a review must be filed and served on the parties 
to the proceeding for which the order, decision or direction of the 
Board was made.
(4)  Where an application for review is made under section 40 of the 
Act, the application must contain a clear and concise statement 
describing the right the applicant for review has and the manner in 
which the applicant's right may be directly or adversely affected by the 
order, decision or direction of the Board on the initial application.
(5)  The Board shall determine, with or without a hearing in respect of 
an application for review, the preliminary question of whether the 
order, decision or direction made by it should be reviewed.
(6)  When determining the preliminary question, the Board shall grant 
an application for review,
	(a)	with respect to a review of an order, decision or direction 
other than a review under section 40 of the Act, if the Board 
determines that,
	(i)	in the case where the applicant has alleged an error of 
law or jurisdiction or an error of fact, the applicant has, 
in the Board's opinion, raised a substantial doubt as to 
the correctness of the Board's order, decision or 
direction, or
	(ii)	in the case where the applicant has alleged new facts, a 
change in circumstances or facts not previously placed 
in evidence, the applicant has, in the Board's opinion, 
raised a reasonable possibility that new facts, a change 
in circumstances or facts not previously placed in 
evidence, as the case may be, could lead the Board to 
materially vary or rescind the Board's order, decision or 
direction,
		or
	(b)	with respect to a review under section 40 of the Act, if the 
Board determines that the applicant has, in the Board's 
opinion, shown that the order, decision or direction made by 
it on the initial application may directly and adversely affect 
the applicant's right.
(7)  If the Board grants the application under subsection (5), it shall 
issue a notice of review, and a new hearing must be held in accordance 
with these Rules.
(8)  A notice of review under subsection (7) must contain the same 
information as is contained in a notice of hearing.
Application for rehearing
49(1)  The Board may, on its own initiative or on application by a 
person, rehear an application before deciding it.
(2)  An application for a rehearing must be in writing and contain the 
following:
	(a)	a clear and concise statement of the facts relevant to the 
application;
	(b)	the grounds on which the application is made;
	(c)	a brief explanation as to the nature of the prejudice or 
damage that will result from the decision on the application;
	(d)	a brief description of the remedy sought;
	(e)	the applicant's name, address in Alberta, telephone number, 
fax number and, if available, e-mail address;
	(f)	if the applicant is represented by a representative, the 
representative's name, address in Alberta, telephone number, 
fax number and, if available, e-mail address.
(3)  An application for a rehearing must be filed and served on the 
parties to the proceeding for which the original application was made.
(4)  The Board shall grant an application for a rehearing if the Board, 
with or without a hearing, determines that the applicant has, in the 
Board's opinion, established that a rehearing is required.
(5)  If the Board grants the application under subsection (4), it shall 
issue a notice of rehearing, and a hearing must be held in accordance 
with these Rules.
(6)  A notice of rehearing under subsection (5) must contain the same 
information as is contained in a notice of hearing.
Correction of errors
50   The Board may correct typographical errors, errors of calculation 
and similar errors made in any of its orders, decisions or directions.
Part 5 
Costs
Costs
51   In this Part,
	(a)	"costs order" means an order of the Board awarding costs on 
a claim for costs;
	(b)	"directive" means Directive 31A, Energy Costs Claims 
published by the Board;
	(c)	"participant" means a local intervener as defined in section 
28 of the Act;
	(d)	"scale of costs" means the Energy Resources Conservation 
Board Scale of Costs, as amended from time to time, 
published by the Board.
Advance of funds request
52(1)  A participant who intends to take part in a proceeding may, at 
any time during the proceeding, make a request to the Board for an 
advance of funds in accordance with the directive. 
(2)  The Board may award an advance of funds to a participant if the 
participant demonstrates a need for financial assistance to address 
relevant issues in the proceeding.
(3)  If the Board awards an advance of funds to a participant under 
subsection (2), the Board may 
	(a)	advance the funds to the participant and
	(i)	set out the terms for repayment of the advance to the 
Board by the participant, or
	(ii)	direct the applicant to reimburse the Board for the funds 
advanced to the participant,
		or
	(b)	direct the applicant to advance funds to the participant and 
set out the terms for repayment of the advance to the 
applicant by the participant.
Budget to be filed
53   The Board may, at any time during a proceeding, require a 
participant to file a budget of the participant's anticipated costs in the 
proceeding in accordance with the directive.
Interim awards
54(1)  A participant may apply to the Board for an award of interim 
costs incurred in a proceeding by filing an interim costs claim in 
accordance with the directive.
(2)  A participant may claim interim costs only in accordance with the 
scale of costs.
(3)  The Board may award interim costs to a participant if the Board is 
of the opinion that
	(a)	the costs are reasonable and directly and necessarily related 
to the proceeding,
	(b)	the proceeding in which interim costs are claimed is lengthy, 
and
	(c)	the participant has demonstrated a need for financial 
assistance to continue to address relevant issues in the 
proceeding.
(4)  If the Board awards interim costs to a participant under subsection 
(3), the Board may
	(a)	pay the interim costs to the participant and
	(i)	set out terms for repayment of the interim costs to the 
Board by the participant if the Board varies or denies 
costs on a claim for costs filed by the participant at the 
close of the proceeding, or
	(ii)	direct the applicant to reimburse the Board for the 
interim costs paid to the participant,
		or
	(b)	direct the applicant to pay the interim costs to the participant 
and set out the terms for repayment of the interim costs to the 
applicant by the participant if the Board varies or denies costs 
on the claim for costs filed by the participant at the close of 
the proceeding.
Costs claim
55(1)  A participant may apply to the Board for an award of costs 
incurred in a proceeding by filing a costs claim in accordance with the 
directive.
(2)  A participant may claim costs only in accordance with the scale of 
costs.
(3)  Unless otherwise directed by the Board, a participant shall
	(a)	file a claim for costs within 30 days after the proceeding is 
closed, and
	(b)	serve a copy of the claim on the other participants.
(4)  An applicant may submit as part of the applicant's claim for costs 
a request to the Board to record in the applicant's hearing costs reserve 
account costs that are reasonable and directly and necessarily related to 
the proceeding.
(5)  After receipt of a claim for costs, the Board may direct the 
participant who filed the costs claim to file additional information or 
documents with respect to the costs claimed.
Comments on costs claim
56   Unless otherwise specified by the Board,
	(a)	within 14 days of the deadline for the filing of a costs claim 
referred to in section 55, the applicant in the proceeding to 
which the costs relate shall file and serve on the participant 
who filed the costs claim a submission detailing any 
questions and comments on the costs claimed, and 
	(b)	within 14 days of the receipt of the applicant's comments 
under clause (a), the participant shall file and serve on the 
applicant a reply respecting those comments.
Costs award
57(1)  The Board may award costs, in accordance with the scale of 
costs, to a participant if the Board is of the opinion that
	(a)	the costs are reasonable and directly and necessarily related 
to the proceeding, and
	(b)	the participant acted responsibly in the proceeding and 
contributed to a better understanding of the issues before the 
Board.
(2)  In determining the amount of costs to be awarded to a participant, 
the Board may consider whether the participant did one or more of the 
following:
	(a)	asked questions on cross-examination that were unduly 
repetitive of questions previously asked by another 
participant and answered by that participant's witness;
	(b)	made reasonable efforts to ensure that the participant's 
evidence was not unduly repetitive of evidence presented by 
another participant;
	(c)	made reasonable efforts to co-operate with other participants 
to reduce the duplication of evidence and questions or to 
combine the participant's submission with that of similarly 
interested participants;
	(d)	presented in oral evidence significant new evidence that was 
available to the participant at the time the participant filed 
documentary evidence but was not filed at that time;
	(e)	failed to comply with a direction of the Board, including a 
direction on the filing of evidence;
	(f)	submitted evidence and argument on issues that were not 
relevant to the proceeding;
	(g)	needed legal or technical assistance to take part in the 
proceeding;
	(h)	engaged in conduct that unnecessarily lengthened the 
duration of the proceeding or resulted in unnecessary costs;
	(i)	failed to comply with this Part.
Liability for costs
58   Unless the Board otherwise directs,
	(a)	in a proceeding that relates to a specific licensee, operator or 
approval holder, the licensee, operator or approval holder 
shall pay the costs awarded to a participant, and
	(b)	in a proceeding that relates to policies or concerns respecting 
the exploration, processing, development or transportation of 
energy resources, the Board may pay the costs awarded to a 
participant.
Costs order
59(1)  Where the Board has awarded costs in a proceeding, the Board 
shall issue a costs order setting out the amount awarded and to whom 
and by whom the payment must be made.
(2)  The Board shall serve a copy of the costs order on the participant 
making the claim and on the applicant.
(3)  An applicant named in a costs order shall pay the amount awarded 
to the participant within 30 days of being served with a copy of the 
costs order under subsection (2).
Review request
60(1)  A party to a costs order may, within 30 days of the date of 
service of the order, apply to the Board for a review of the order.
(2)  An application for a review of a costs order must be made in 
accordance with section 48.
Part 6 
Expiry and Coming into Force
Expiry
61   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for 
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be 
repassed in its present or an amended form following a review, this 
Regulation expires on June 15, 2016.
Coming into force
62   These Rules of Practice come into force on June 15, 2011.


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Alberta Regulation 99/2011
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
ALBERTA BEEKEEPERS MARKETING AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: May 26, 2011
For information only:   Made by the Beekeepers Commission of Alberta on May 16, 
2011 and approved by the Agricultural Products Marketing Council on May 17, 2011 
pursuant to section 26 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act. 
1   The Alberta Beekeepers Marketing Regulation 
(AR 73/2006) 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   Section 1 is amended
	(a)	in clause (b) by striking out "Alberta Beekeepers" and 
substituting "Beekeepers Commission of Alberta";
	(b)	in clause (c) by striking out "Alberta Beekeepers" and 
substituting "Beekeepers Commission of Alberta".

4   Section 10 is amended by striking out "May 31, 2011" and 
substituting "May 31, 2016".


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Alberta Regulation 100/2011
Insurance Act
MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: May 27, 2011
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 233/2011) 
on May 27, 2011 pursuant to section 16 of the Insurance Act. 
1   The Miscellaneous Provisions Regulation (AR 120/2001) 
is amended by this Regulation.

2   The following is added after section 5.3:
The Alberta New Home Warranty Program
5.4(1)  In this section,
	(a)	"contract" includes an amendment or renewal of a contract;
	(b)	"Program" means The Alberta New Home Warranty 
Program.
(2)  Contracts of insurance issued by the Program before or after this 
section comes into force are exempt from the application of the Act.
(3)  The exemption under this section is terminated if, at any time 
after this section comes into force, the Program breaches any of the 
following conditions:
	(a)	the Program must maintain adequate capital and adequate 
and appropriate forms of liquidity, as determined by the 
Superintendent of Insurance;
	(b)	the Program must maintain base capital, in the amount 
considered adequate in the opinion of the Superintendent of 
Insurance;
	(c)	the Program must only issue contracts of insurance in Alberta 
that have been approved in advance by the Superintendent of 
Insurance; 
	(d)	the Program must maintain a consumer complaint and 
reporting system satisfactory to the Superintendent of 
Insurance, and must provide statistics relating to the system 
at the request of the Superintendent of Insurance;
	(e)	the Program must pay an annual regulatory fee to the 
Superintendent of Insurance, in an amount determined by the 
Superintendent of Insurance;
	(f)	the Program must file an annual return within 90 days after 
the end of the financial year in respect of which the return is 
prepared and the annual return must include all of the 
information set out in section 44 of the Act;
	(g)	the assets of the Program must be valued in accordance with 
the Provincial Companies Regulation (AR 124/2001) as if 
the Program were a provincial company;
	(h)	the investments of the Program must be invested in 
accordance with the provisions of Part 2, Subpart 11 of the 
Act as if the Program were a provincial company;
	(i)	the Program must comply with the provisions of Part 2, 
Subpart 12 of the Act as if the Program were a provincial 
company;


	(j)	the Program must comply with sections 113, 114, 115(2) and 
116 of the Act as if the Program were a provincial company.


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Alberta Regulation 101/2011
Agricultural Pests Act
PEST AND NUISANCE CONTROL AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: May 31, 2011
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development 
(M.O. 07/2011) on May 20, 2011 pursuant to section 21 of the Agricultural Pests Act. 
1   The Pest and Nuisance Control Regulation (AR 184/2001) 
is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 18 is amended by striking out "August 31, 2011" 
and substituting "August 31, 2016".