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Alberta Regulation 202/2011
Municipal Government Act
LAC LA BICHE COUNTY PROPERTY TAX BYLAW REGULATION
Filed: October 4, 2011
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 438/2011) 
on September 22, 2011 pursuant to section 603 of the Municipal Government Act. 
Definitions
1   In this Regulation, 
	(a)		"Act" means the Municipal Government Act;
	(b)	"Municipality" means Lac La Biche County;
	(c)	"Rural Service Area" means the area of the Municipality 
described in Schedule 1; 
	(d)		"Urban Service Area" means the area of the Municipality 
described in Schedule 2. 
Separate property tax bylaws
2(1)  The council of the Municipality may, for each taxation year, pass 
a property tax bylaw for the Rural Service Area and a separate 
property tax bylaw for the Urban Service Area for each assessment 
class or sub-class referred to in section 297 of the Act. 
(2)  The property tax bylaws passed under subsection (1) may provide 
for different tax rates.  
Repeal
3   This Regulation is made under section 603(1) of the Act and is 
repealed in accordance with section 603(2) of the Act.
Coming into force
4   This Regulation comes into force on January 1, 2012.
Schedule 1 
 
Rural Service Area
All the lands contained within Lac La Biche County except the lands 
described in Schedule 2.
Schedule 2 
 
Urban Service Area
All the lands described as follows:
1   All the lands contained within the Hamlets of Lac La Biche and 
Plamondon.
2   In Township 66-13-W4M, all of Sections 30 and 31, inclusive.
3   In Township 67-13-W4M, all of Sections 2-11, inclusive; all of 
Sections 14-17, inclusive; all of Sections 21-23, inclusive, excluding 
the NE Section of 23; excluding all the waters of Lac la Biche Lake.
4   In Township 66-14-W4M, all of Sections 25-27, inclusive; all of 
the east 1/2 of Section 33; all of Sections 34-36 inclusive.
5   In Township 67-14-W4M, all of Section 1-3, inclusive; all of 
Sections 10-12, inclusive; excluding all the waters of Lac la Biche 
Lake.
6   All of River Lots 58-74, inclusive, of the Lac La Biche Settlement.
7   In Township 67-16-W4M, all of the NE quarter of Section 34; all 
of the north 1/2 of Section 35.
8   In Township 68-16-W4M, the east 1/2 of Section 3; all of Section 
2, excluding River Lot 5 of the Lac La Biche Settlement.
9   All of River Lot 6 of the Lac La Biche Settlement.


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Alberta Regulation 203/2011
Oil and Gas Conservation Act
OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 4, 2011
For information only:   Made by the Energy Resources Conservation Board on 
September 21, 2011 pursuant to section 10(1)(h) of the Oil and Gas Conservation Act. 
1   The Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations (AR 151/71) 
are amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1.020(2) is amended 
	(a)	by repealing definition 3.;
	(b)	by repealing the definition of "common ownership" 
and substituting the following:
		4.  "common ownership" means,
	(a)	when that term is used in connection with a block, 
holding or project,
	(i)	that the ownership of the lessors' interest 
throughout the block, holding or project is the 
same and the ownership of the lessees' 
interests throughout the block, holding or 
project is the same, or
	(ii)	that the owners of the lessor's interests and 
the lessee's interests throughout the block, 
holding or project have agreed to pool their 
interests,
				or
	(b)	when that term is used in connection with a 
drilling spacing unit, 
	(i)	that the owners of the lessee's interest 
throughout the drilling spacing unit are the 
same, or 
	(ii)	that the owners of tracts within the drilling 
spacing unit, as defined in section 78 of the 
Act, have agreed to pool their interests or the 
Board has ordered that all tracts within the 
drilling spacing unit be operated as a unit 
under Part 12 of the Act;
	(c)	by adding the following after definition 5.1.:
		5.2.   "Directive 065" means "Directive 065: Resources 
Applications for Oil and Gas Reservoirs";

3   Section 3.050(2) is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
(2)  An application for an order under this section must be made in 
accordance with Directive 065 and must include any other 
information that the Board requires.
4   Section 4.010 is amended by adding the following after 
subsection (2):
(3)  Unless the Board otherwise prescribes under section 4.040, the 
surface area of a drilling spacing unit for
	(a)	an oil well is one quarter section, or
	(b)	a gas well is one section.

5   Section 4.020 and the heading preceding it are repealed.

6   Section 4.021 is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
4.021(1)  Unless the Board otherwise prescribes under section 
4.040, in a drilling spacing unit
	(a)	2 gas wells may be produced from each gas pool with the 
exception of
	(i)	coalbed methane, including but not limited to those 
wells with interbedded lithologies sands, and shale gas 
reservoirs, where there is no prescribed number of wells 
that may be produced,
	(ii)	the area outlined in the map set out in Schedule 13A 
that is above the Mannville Group, where there is no 
prescribed number of wells that may be produced, and
	(iii)	the area outlined in the map set out in Schedule 13B that 
is in the designated strata and stratigraphic equivalents 
between the top of the Smoky Group to the base of the 
Rock Creek Member, where 4 wells may be produced 
from each gas pool in a drilling spacing unit,
		and
	(b)	one oil well may be produced from each oil pool in a drilling 
spacing unit, except in the area outlined in the map set out in 
Schedule 13A that is in the Mannville Group, where 2 wells 
may be produced from each oil pool in a drilling spacing 
unit.
(2)  No well shall be produced unless there is common ownership 
throughout the drilling spacing unit.

7   Section 4.030 is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
4.030(1)  Unless the Board otherwise prescribes under section 
4.040, the target area for wells drilled or to be drilled must be within 
the drilling spacing unit, as follows:
	(a)	in a drilling spacing unit for a gas well, the target area must 
be the central area within the drilling spacing unit having 
sides of 150 metres from the sides of the drilling spacing unit 
and parallel to them;
	(b)	in a drilling spacing unit for an oil well, the target area must 
be the central area within the drilling spacing unit having 
sides of 100 metres from the sides of the drilling spacing unit 
and parallel to them.
(2)  Notwithstanding subsection (1), the target area for those gas 
wells drilled or to be drilled in the area of the Province outlined in 
Schedule 13A must be located at least 150 metres from the south and 
west boundaries of the drilling spacing unit.

8   Section 4.040 is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
4.040(1)  The Board, on application, may prescribe the surface area 
or target area of a drilling spacing unit or number of wells to be 
produced in a drilling spacing unit.
(2)  An application under subsection (1) must be made in accordance 
with Directive 065 and must include any other information that the 
Board requires.
(3)  The Board shall not grant an application for an order pursuant to 
subsection (1) that would increase the number of wells that may be 
produced in a drilling spacing unit unless the applicant shows that
	(a)	improved recovery will be obtained,
	(b)	additional wells are necessary to provide capacity to drain the 
pool at a reasonable rate that will not adversely affect the 
recovery of the pool, or
	(c)	the proposed drilling spacing unit would be in a pool in a 
substantial part of which there are existing drilling spacing 
units that allow the same number of wells that may be 
produced.
(4)  The Board may prescribe for an approved oil sands scheme or 
after publication of notice, for an experimental scheme
	(a)	special drilling spacing units as to size, shape and target area, 
or
	(b)	an area not having any specific drilling spacing units as to 
size, shape or target area within which wells may be drilled.
(5)  The Board may, on application or on its own motion, 
	(a)	vary an order or direction issued under this section, or
	(b)	rescind the order.

9   Section 4.050 is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
Fractional Tracts of Land
4.050(1)  A fractional tract of land that is equal to or greater than 
half the size of a drilling spacing unit, as described in section 
4.010(3), is deemed to be a drilling spacing unit. 
(2)  If a fractional tract of land is less than half the size of a drilling 
spacing unit, as described in section 4.010(3), it must be joined with 
an adjacent drilling spacing unit and is deemed to be a drilling 
spacing unit where 
	(a)	the lands to be joined are of common ownership,
	(b)	the adjacent drilling spacing unit is the size of a drilling 
spacing unit, as described in section 4.010(3), and
	(c)	the adjacent drilling spacing unit is located directly to the 
east or west of the fractional tract of land.
(3)  If a fractional tract of land is deemed to be a drilling spacing unit 
under subsection (1), the Board may apply either a production 
penalty based on the ratio of the area that the deemed drilling 
spacing unit bears to a drilling spacing unit, as described in section 
4.010(3), or an off-target penalty.

10   Section 5.005 is repealed.

11   Section 5.190 is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
5.190(1)  The Board, on application and by order, may establish 
holdings. 
(2)  An application to establish holdings must be made in accordance 
with Directive 065 and must include any other information that the 
Board requires.
(3)  The Board shall not grant an application for an order pursuant to 
subsection (1) unless, in the opinion of the Board, the applicant 
shows that
	(a)	improved recovery will be obtained,
	(b)	additional wells are necessary to provide capacity to drain the 
pool at a reasonable rate that will not adversely affect the 
recovery of the pool, or
	(c)	the proposed holding would be in a pool, in a substantial part 
of which there are existing drilling spacing units or holdings 
with similar provisions.

12   Section 5.200(a) is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
	(a)	a single drilling spacing unit of common ownership, or

13   Section 10.300(5) is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
(5)  An application under this section must be made in accordance 
with Directive 065 and must include any other information that the 
Board requires. 

14   Section 15.005 is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
15.005   Unless otherwise directed by the Board, an applicant must 
file an application in accordance with Directive 065 and must 
include any other information that the Board requires when filing the 
following:
	(a)	an application under section 36 of the Act for an order 
	(i)	limiting the total amount of gas that may be provided 
from a pool, or
	(ii)	distributing the amount of gas that may be produced 
from a pool in an equitable manner among the wells in a 
pool;
	(b)	an application under section 39(1)(a) of the Act for approval 
of a scheme for enhanced recovery in a field or a pool;
	(c)	an application under section 39(1)(b) of the Act for approval 
of a scheme for the underground storage of gas;
	(d)	an application under section 39(1)(c) of the Act for approval 
of a scheme for gathering, storing and disposing of water 
produced in conjunction with oil or gas;
	(e)	an application under section 39(1)(d) of the Act for approval 
of a scheme for the storage or disposal of any fluid or other 
substance to an underground formation through a well;
	(f)	an application for an amendment to a scheme approved under 
section 39 of the Act with respect to the name of the holder 
of the approval;
	(g)	an application under section 39(1)(f) of the Act for approval 
of a scheme for the concurrent production of an oil 
accumulation and its associated gas cap in a pool or a distinct 
separable part of a pool;
	(h)	an application under section 48(4) of the Act for a declaration 
that the proprietor of a pipeline is a common carrier, and the 
terms and conditions of such a declaration;
	(i)	an application under section 50 or 51 of the Act for a 
declaration that a person is a common purchaser of oil or gas, 
and the terms and conditions of such a declaration;
	(j)	an application under section 53(5) of the Act for a declaration 
that an owner or operator of a gas processing plant is a 
common processor, and the terms and conditions of such a 
declaration;
	(k)	an application under section 10.060 for relief from a gas-oil 
ratio penalty in a pool or in a distinct separable portion of a 
pool;
	(l)	an application for a change in the ultimate reserves assigned 
to a pool;
	(m)	an application under section 33 of the Act to vary the 
assigned pool delineation;
	(n)	an application under section 10.060 for approval of the 
production of one or more oil wells in accordance with good 
production practice;
	(o)	an application under section 56 of the Act for a declaration or 
order under Part 9 of the Act to be retroactive to a date 
previous to the date the declaration or order is to be made.

15   Sections 15.010 to 15.040 and the headings 
immediately preceding those sections are repealed.

16   Sections 15.060 to 15.090 and the headings 
immediately preceding those sections are repealed.

17   Sections 15.160 to 15.200 and the headings 
immediately preceding those sections are repealed.

18   Section 15.220 and the heading preceding it are 
repealed.

19   Schedule 14 is amended
	(a)	by repealing Figure 1A and substituting the 
following:
Schedule 14 
 
Figure 1A 
Off-target Penalty Factors 
One Section Spacing
 
Figure 1B 
Off-target Penalty Factors 
One Section Spacing
 
Figure 1C 
Off-target Penalty Factors 
One Section Spacing
 
	(b)	by repealing Figure 3A and substituting the 
following:
Figure 3A 
Off-target Penalty Factors 
One Quarter Section Spacing
 
Figure 3B 
Off-target Penalty Factors 
One Quarter Section Spacing
 


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Alberta Regulation 204/2011
Municipal Government Act
COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 12, 2011
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Municipal Affairs (M.O. L:218/11) 
on October 7, 2011 pursuant to section 370(c) of the Municipal Government Act. 
1   The Community Organization Property Tax Exemption 
Regulation (AR 281/98) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 6 is amended by striking out "or community 
association" and substituting ", community association or residents 
association as defined in section 13". 
3   Section 13 is amended by adding the following after 
clause (e):
	(e.1)	"residents association" means a non-profit organization 
that requires membership for residential property 
owners in a specific development area, that secures its 
membership fees by a caveat or encumbrance on each 
residential property title and that is established for the 
purpose of
	(i)	managing and maintaining the common property, 
facilities and amenities of the development area for 
the benefit of the residents of the development 
area,
	(ii)	enhancing the quality of life for residents of the 
development area or enhancing the programs, 
public facilities or services provided to the 
residents of the development area, or
	(iii)	providing non-profit sporting, educational, social, 
recreational or other activities to the residents of 
the development area;

4   The following is added after section 14:
Property of residents association
14.1(1)  Property that is owned and held by and used in connection 
with a residents association is exempt from taxation.
(2)  Despite subsection (1), the following property owned and held 
by and used in connection with a residents association is not exempt 
from taxation under section 362(1)(n) of the Act:
	(a)	property to the extent that it is used in the operation of a 
professional sports franchise;
	(b)	property if, for more than 40% of the time that the property is 
in use, the majority of those participating in the activities 
held on the property are 18 years of age or older;
	(c)	property if, for more than 30% of the time that the property is 
in use, the use of the property is restricted within the meaning 
of section 7 as modified by subsection (3).
(3)  For the purposes of subsection (2)(c), limiting the participation 
in activities held on a property to persons of a certain age does not 
make the use of the property restricted.
5   Section 18 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Retail commercial areas
18(1)  In this section, "exempt facility" means a facility or part of a 
facility 
	(a)	that is held by a non-profit organization, a society as defined 
in the Agricultural Societies Act or a community association 
and that is exempt from taxation under section 362(1)(n)(i) to 
(v) of the Act or section 16 of this Regulation, or
	(b)	that is owned and held by a residents association and that is 
exempt from taxation under section 362(1)(n) of the Act.
(2)  A retail commercial area that is located within an exempt facility 
is exempt from taxation if
	(a)	the non-profit organization, society as defined in the 
Agricultural Societies Act, community association or 
residents association that holds the exempt facility also holds 
and operates the retail commercial area, and
	(b)	the net income from the retail commercial area is used
	(i)	to pay all or part of the operational or capital costs of 
the exempt facility, or
	(ii)	to pay all or part of the operational or capital costs of 
any other facility that is held by the non-profit 
organization, society, community association or 
residents association and that is exempt from taxation 
under section 362(1)(n) of the Act or section 16 of this 
Regulation.

6   This Regulation comes into force on January 1, 2012.


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Alberta Regulation 205/2011
Government Organization Act
DESIGNATION AND TRANSFER OF RESPONSIBILITY REGULATION
Filed: October 12, 2011
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 440/2011) 
on October 12, 2011 pursuant to sections 16, 17 and 18 of the Government 
Organization Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Executive Council
	2	Advanced Education and Technology
	3	Agriculture and Rural Development
	4	Culture and Community Services
	5	Education
	6	Energy


	7	Environment and Water
	8	Finance
	9	Health and Wellness
	10	Human Services
	11	Infrastructure
	12	Intergovernmental, International and Aboriginal Relations
	13	Justice
	14	Municipal Affairs
	15	Seniors
	16	Service Alberta
	17	Solicitor General and Public Security
	18	Sustainable Resource Development
	19	Tourism, Parks and Recreation
	20	Transportation
	21	Treasury Board and Enterprise
	22	Repeal
Executive Council
1(1)  The President of the Executive Council continues as the Minister 
responsible for the following enactments:
	(a)	Alberta Order of Excellence Act;
	(b)	Family Day Act.
(2)  The responsibility for the administration of the Regulatory Review 
Secretariat is transferred to the President of the Executive Council.
(3)  The responsibility for that part of the public service responsible for 
administering the Regulatory Review Secretariat is transferred to the 
President of the Executive Council.
(4)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of element 6.1, Regulatory Review Secretariat, of Program 6, 
Enterprise, of the 2011-12 Government appropriation for Finance and 
Enterprise is transferred to the President of the Executive Council.
Advanced Education and Technology
2(1)  The Minister of Advanced Education and Technology continues 
as the Minister responsible for the following enactments:
	(a)	Access to the Future Act;
	(b)	Alberta Centennial Education Savings Plan Act;
	(c)	Alberta Enterprise Corporation Act;
	(d)	Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research Act;
	(e)	Alberta Heritage Foundation for Science and Engineering 
Research Act;
	(f)	Alberta Heritage Scholarship Act;
	(g)	Alberta Research and Innovation Act;
	(h)	Alberta Science and Research Authority Act;
	(i)	Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act;
	(j)	sections 1 and 2 of Schedule 1 and section 2 of Schedule 3 to 
the Government Organization Act;
	(k)	Post-secondary Learning Act, except sections 66(2) and (3), 
67, 72(3) and (4), 73, 80 and 99(1)(a) and (2) to (6);
	(l)	Private Vocational Training Act;
	(m)	Student Financial Assistance Act.
(2)  The responsibility for the following enactments continues as the 
common responsibility of the Minister of Advanced Education and 
Technology and the Minister of Infrastructure:
	(a)	section 3 of Schedule 1 to the Government Organization Act;
	(b)	 sections 72(3) and (4), 73, 80 and 99(1)(a) and (2) to (6) of 
the Post-secondary Learning Act.
Agriculture and Rural Development
3   The Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development continues as 
the Minister responsible for the following enactments:
	(a)	Agricultural Operation Practices Act;
	(b)	Agricultural Pests Act;
	(c)	Agricultural Service Board Act;
	(d)	Agricultural Societies Act;
	(e)	Agriculture Financial Services Act;
	(f)	Alberta Wheat and Barley Test Market Act;
	(g)	Animal Health Act;
	(h)	Animal Keepers Act;
	(i)	Animal Protection Act;
	(j)	Bee Act;
	(k)	Crop Liens Priorities Act;
	(l)	Crop Payments Act;
	(m)	Dairy Industry Act;
	(n)	Farm Implement Act;
	(o)	Farm Implement Dealerships Act;
	(p)	Feeder Associations Guarantee Act;
	(q)	Fur Farms Act;
	(r)	Gas Distribution Act;
	(s)	Schedule 2 to the Government Organization Act;
	(t)	Heating Oil and Propane Rebate Act;
	(u)	Irrigation Districts Act;
	(v)	Line Fence Act;
	(w)	Livestock Identification and Commerce Act;
	(x)	Livestock Industry Diversification Act;
	(y)	Livestock and Livestock Products Act;
	(z)	Marketing of Agricultural Products Act;
	(aa)	Meat Inspection Act;
	(bb)	Rural Electrification Loan Act;
	(cc)	Rural Electrification Long-term Financing Act;
	(dd)	Rural Utilities Act;
	(ee)	Soil Conservation Act;
	(ff)	The St. Mary and Milk Rivers Water Agreements 
(Termination) Act;
	(gg)	Stray Animals Act;
	(hh)	Weed Control Act;
	(ii)	Wheat Board Money Trust Act;
	(jj)	Women's Institute Act.
Culture and Community Services
4(1)  The responsibility for the following enactments is transferred to 
the Minister of Culture and Community Services:
	(a)	Alberta Centennial Medal Act;
	(b)	Alberta Foundation for the Arts Act;
	(c)	Emblems of Alberta Act;
	(d)	Film and Video Classification Act;
	(e)	First Nations Sacred Ceremonial Objects Repatriation Act;
	(f)	Foreign Cultural Property Immunity Act;
	(g)	Glenbow-Alberta Institute Act;
	(h)	Government House Act;
	(i)	Historical Resources Act;
	(j)	Holocaust Memorial Day and Genocide Remembrance Act;
	(k)	Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Recognition Act;
	(l)	Wild Rose Foundation Act.
(2)  The Minister of Culture and Community Services is designated as 
the Minister responsible for the Ukrainian Famine and Genocide 
(Holodomor) Memorial Day Act.
(3)  The responsibility for that part of the public service associated 
with the part of the appropriation transferred under subsection (4) is 
transferred to the responsibility of the Minister of Culture and 
Community Services.
(4)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of the 2011-12 Government appropriation for Culture and 
Community Spirit, except element 3.7, Assistance to the Human 
Rights Education and Multiculturalism Fund, of Program 3, 
Community and Voluntary Support Services, and Program 5, Alberta 
Human Rights Commission, is transferred to the Minister of Culture 
and Community Services.
Education
5(1)  The Minister of Education continues as the Minister responsible 
for the following enactments:
	(a)	Alberta School Boards Association Act;
	(b)	Schedule 4 to the Government Organization Act;
	(c)	Northland School Division Act;
	(d)	Remembrance Day Act;
	(e)	School Act, except Part 7 and section 274;
	(f)	Teaching Profession Act.
(2)  The responsibility for Part 7 and section 274 of the School Act 
continues as the common responsibility of the Minister of Education 
and the Minister of Infrastructure.
(3)  The responsibility for section 14(11) of the Teachers' Pension 
Plans Act, and provisions of the plan rules under that Act referred to in 
that subsection, is transferred to the Minister of Education. 
Energy
6(1)  The Minister of Energy continues as the Minister responsible for 
the following enactments:
	(a)	Alberta Utilities Commission Act;
	(b)	Carbon Capture and Storage Funding Act;
	(c)	Coal Conservation Act;
	(d)	Coal Sales Act;
	(e)	Dunvegan Hydro Development Act;
	(f)	Electric Utilities Act;
	(g)	Energy Resources Conservation Act;
	(h)	Freehold Mineral Rights Tax Act;
	(i)	Gas Resources Preservation Act;
	(j)	Gas Utilities Act;
	(k)	Hydro and Electric Energy Act;
	(l)	The Mineral Titles Redemption Act;
	(m)	Mines and Minerals Act, except Part 8;
	(n)	Natural Gas Marketing Act;
	(o)	Natural Gas Price Protection Act;
	(p)	Oil and Gas Conservation Act;
	(q)	Oil Sands Conservation Act;
	(r)	Petroleum Marketing Act;
	(s)	Pipeline Act;
	(t)	Public Utilities Act;
	(u)	Small Power Research and Development Act;
	(v)	Turner Valley Unit Operations Act;
	(w)	Water, Gas and Electric Companies Act, except section 4.
(2)  The responsibility for section 108(g), (h) and (j) of the Mines and 
Minerals Act continues as the common responsibility of the Minister of 
Energy and the Minister of Sustainable Resource Development.
(3)  The responsibility for section 4 of the Water, Gas and Electric 
Companies Act continues as the common responsibility of the Minister 
of Energy, the Minister of Infrastructure and the Minister of 
Transportation.
Environment and Water
7(1)  The responsibility for the following enactments is transferred to 
the Minister of Environment and Water:
	(a)	The Bighorn Agreement Validating Act;
	(b)	The Brazeau River Development Act;
	(c)	Climate Change and Emissions Management Act;
	(d)	County of Westlock Water Authorization Act;
	(e)	Drainage Districts Act;
	(f)	East Central Regional Water Authorization Act;
	(g)	Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act, except 
sections 30 to 34 and section 37(d) to (j);
	(h)	Schedule 5 to the Government Organization Act, except 
sections 4 to 9;
	(i)	North Red Deer Water Authorization Act;
	(j)	Water Act, except Part 6 and sections 159 and 163.
(2)  The responsibility for sections 4(2)(f) and (g) and 9 of Schedule 5 
to the Government Organization Act is transferred to the common 
responsibility of the Minister of Environment and Water, the Minister 
of Infrastructure and the Minister of Sustainable Resource 
Development.
(3)  The responsibility for sections 4 to 8, except section 4(2)(f) and 
(g), of Schedule 5 to the Government Organization Act is transferred to 
the common responsibility of the Minister of Environment and Water 
and the Minister of Infrastructure.
(4)  The responsibility for Part 6 and sections 159 and 163 of the Water 
Act is transferred to the common responsibility of the Minister of 
Environment and Water and the Minister of Transportation.
(5)  The responsibility for that part of the public service associated 
with the part of the appropriation transferred under subsection (6) is 
transferred to the responsibility of the Minister of Environment and 
Water.
(6)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of the 2011-12 Government appropriation for Environment is 
transferred to the Minister of Environment and Water.
Finance 
8(1)  The responsibility for the following enactments is transferred to 
the Minister of Finance:
	(a)	Alberta Capital Finance Authority Act;
	(b)	Alberta Corporate Tax Act, except section 26.41;
	(c)	Alberta Heritage Savings Trust Fund Act;
	(d)	Alberta Income Tax Act;
	(e)	Alberta Investment Management Corporation Act;
	(f)	Alberta Personal Income Tax Act;
	(g)	Alberta Stock Exchange Restructuring Act;
	(h)	Alberta Taxpayer Protection Act;
	(i)	Alberta Treasury Branches Act;
	(j)	Civil Service Garnishee Act;
	(k)	Credit Union Act;
	(l)	Employment Pension Plans Act;
	(m)	Farm Credit Stability Act; 
	(n)	Part 5 of the Financial Administration Act;
	(o)	Financial Consumers Act;
	(p)	Fuel Tax Act, except sections 9, 16, 46, 54, 63(1), (2), (3), 
65, 69(b) and 71(1) and (2)(a);
	(q)	Gaming and Liquor Act;
	(r)	Government Fees and Charges Review Act;
	(s)	Horse Racing Alberta Act;
	(t)	Income Trusts Liability Act;
	(u)	Insurance Act;
	(v)	Loan and Trust Corporations Act;
	(w)	Members of the Legislative Assembly Pension Plan Act;
	(x)	Municipal Debentures Act;
	(y)	Office of Statistics and Information Act;
	(z)	Pension Fund Act;
	(aa)	Public Sector Pension Plans Act;
	(bb)	Securities Act;
	(cc)	Securities Transfer Act;
	(dd)	Teachers' Pension Plans Act, except section 14(11) and 
provisions of the plan rules under that Act referred to in that 
subsection;
	(ee)	Tobacco Tax Act;
	(ff)	Tourism Levy Act;
	(gg)	Unclaimed Personal Property and Vested Property Act.
(2)  The responsibility for sections 9, 16, 46, 54, 63(1), (2), (3), 65, 
69(b) and 71(1) and (2)(a) of the Fuel Tax Act is transferred to the 
common responsibility of the Minister of Finance and the Minister of 
Agriculture and Rural Development.
(3)  The responsibility for section 26.41 of the Alberta Corporate Tax 
Act is transferred to the common responsibility of the Minister of 
Finance and the Minister of Energy.
(4)  The responsibility for the Financial Administration Act, except 
sections 4 to 9 and Parts 3 and 5, is transferred to the common 
responsibility of the Minister of Finance and the President of Treasury 
Board and Enterprise.
(5)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister of Finance in 
enactments, except the Acts referred to in this section and section 21, 
are transferred to the common responsibility of the Minister of Finance 
and the President of Treasury Board and Enterprise.
(6)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister of Finance and 
Enterprise in enactments, except the Acts referred to in this section and 
section 21, are transferred to the Minister of Finance.
(7)  The responsibility for that part of the public service associated 
with the part of the appropriation transferred under subsections (8), (9) 
and (10) is transferred to the responsibility of the Minister of Finance.
(8)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of the 2011-12 Government appropriation for Finance and 
Enterprise, except Program 6, Enterprise, is transferred to the Minister 
of Finance.
(9)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of Program 5, Office of Statistics and Information, of the 
2011-12 Government appropriation for Employment and Immigration 
is transferred to the Minister of Finance.
(10)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of Program 4, Gaming, of the 2011-12 Government 
appropriation for Solicitor General and Public Security is transferred to 
the Minister of Finance.
(11)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister in the Finance 
and Enterprise Grant Regulation (AR 217/2008) are transferred to the 
common responsibility of the Minister of Finance and the President of 
Treasury Board and Enterprise.
Health and Wellness
9(1)  The Minister of Health and Wellness continues as the Minister 
responsible for the following enactments:
	(a)	ABC Benefits Corporation Act;
	(b)	Alberta Cancer Prevention Legacy Act;
	(c)	section 9 of the Alberta Evidence Act;
	(d)	Alberta Health Care Insurance Act;
	(e)	Charitable Donation of Food Act;
	(f)	Crown's Right of Recovery Act;
	(g)	Drug Program Act;
	(h)	Emergency Health Services Act;
	(i)	Emergency Medical Aid Act;
	(j)	Schedule 7 and Schedule 7.1 to the Government 
Organization Act;
	(k)	Health Care Protection Act;
	(l)	Health Disciplines Act; 
	(m)	Health Facilities Review Committee Act;
	(n)	Health Governance Transition Act;
	(o)	Health Information Act;
	(p)	Health Insurance Premiums Act;
	(q)	Health Professions Act;
	(r)	Hospitals Act, except sections 28(1)(a), 42 and 43(h) to (j);
	(s)	Human Tissue and Organ Donation Act;
	(t)	Mandatory Testing and Disclosure Act;
	(u)	Mental Health Act, except section 53(1)(c); 
	(v)	M.S.I. Foundation Act;
	(w)	Nursing Homes Act, except sections 6, 11, 19, 23(g) and (j) 
and 24(g), (j) and (l);
	(x)	Pharmacy and Drug Act;
	(y)	Podiatry Act;
	(z)	Prevention of Youth Tobacco Use Act;
	(aa)	Protection of Children Abusing Drugs Act;
	(bb)	Provincial Health Authorities of Alberta Act;
	(cc)	Public Health Act, except sections 12, 66(1)(dd), (ee), (kk), 
(ll) and (mm) and 66.1;
	(dd)	Regional Health Authorities Act;
	(ee)	Tobacco Reduction Act.
(2)  The Minister of Health and Wellness is designated as the Minister 
responsible for the Alberta Health Act.
(3)  The responsibility for the following enactments continues as the 
common responsibility of the Minister of Health and Wellness and the 
Minister of Infrastructure:
	(a)	sections 28(1)(a), 42 and 43(h) to (j) of the Hospitals Act; 
	(b)	section 53(1)(c) of the Mental Health Act; 
	(c)	sections 6, 11, 23(g) and (j) and 24(l) of the Nursing Homes 
Act.
(4)  The responsibility for the following enactments is transferred to 
the common responsibility of the Minister of Health and Wellness and 
the Minister of Seniors:
	(a)	section 19 of the Nursing Homes Act;
	(b)	sections 12, 66(1)(dd), (ee), (kk), (ll) and (mm) and 66.1 of 
the Public Health Act.
Human Services
10(1)  The responsibility for the following enactments is transferred to 
the Minister of Human Services:
	(a)	Adult Adoption Act;
	(b)	Agrology Profession Act;
	(c)	Architects Act;
	(d)	Blind Workers' Compensation Act;
	(e)	Burial of the Dead Act;
	(f)	Child Care Licensing Act;
	(g)	Child and Family Services Authorities Act;
	(h)	Child, Youth and Family Enhancement Act;
	(i)	Consulting Engineers of Alberta Act;
	(j)	Drug-endangered Children Act;
	(k)	Employment Standards Code;
	(l)	Engineering, Geological and Geophysical Professions Act;
	(m)	Family and Community Support Services Act;
	(n)	Family Support for Children with Disabilities Act;
	(o)	section 1 of Schedule 3 and Schedule 8 to the Government 
Organization Act;
	(p)	Income and Employment Supports Act;
	(q)	Labour Relations Code;
	(r)	Land Agents Licensing Act;
	(s)	Land Surveyors Act;
	(t)	Managerial Exclusion Act;
	(u)	MLA Compensation Act;
	(v)	Occupational Health and Safety Act;
	(w)	Police Officers Collective Bargaining Act;
	(x)	Premier's Council on Alberta's Promise Act;
	(y)	Professional and Occupational Associations Registration 
Act;
	(z)	Protection Against Family Violence Act;
	(aa)	Protection of Sexually Exploited Children Act;
	(bb)	Radiation Protection Act;
	(cc)	Regulated Accounting Profession Act;
	(dd)	Regulated Forestry Profession Act;
	(ee)	Social Care Facilities Review Committee Act;
	(ff)	Special Payment Act;
	(gg)	Veterinary Profession Act;
	(hh)	Widows' Pension Act;
	(ii)	Workers' Compensation Act.
(2)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister in the Radiation 
Health Administration Regulation (AR 49/96) are transferred to the 
responsibility of the Minister of Human Services.
(3)  The responsibility for the Social Care Facilities Licensing Act is 
transferred to the common responsibility of the Minister of Human 
Services and the Minister of Seniors.
(4)  The responsibility for that part of the public service associated 
with the part of the appropriation transferred under subsections (5), (6), 
(7) and (8) is transferred to the responsibility of the Minister of Human 
Services.
(5)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of the 2011-12 Government appropriation for Children and 
Youth Services is transferred to the Minister of Human Services.
(6)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of Program 1, Ministry Support Services, Program 2, 
Employment, Program 3, Workplace Standards, Program 6, Health 
Workforce Development, Program 7, Federal Community 
Development Trust, Program 8, Labour Relations Board, and Program 
9, Appeals Commission for Alberta Workers' Compensation, of the 
2011-12 Government appropriation for Employment and Immigration 
is transferred to the Minister of Human Services.
(7)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of elements 3.1, Divisional Support, 3.2, Homeless Support 
Program Delivery, 3.3, Alberta Secretariat for Action on 
Homelessness, 3.4, Emergency/Transitional Shelter Support and 3.5, 
Outreach Support Services, of Program 3, Homeless Support and Land 
Development, of the 2011-12 Government appropriation for Housing 
and Urban Affairs is transferred to the Minister of Human Services.
(8)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of Program 5, Implementation of Alberta Supports, of the 
2011-12 Government appropriation for Seniors and Community 
Supports is transferred to the Minister of Human Services. 
(9)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister in the Children 
and Youth Services Grants Regulation (AR 73/2001) and the 
Employment and Immigration Grant Regulation (AR 94/2009) are 
transferred to the responsibility of the Minister of Human Services.
Infrastructure
11(1)  The Minister of Infrastructure continues as the Minister 
responsible for the following enactments:
	(a)	Land Assembly Project Area Act;
	(b)	sections 66(2) and (3) and 67 of the Post-secondary Learning 
Act;
	(c)	Public Works Act.
(2)  The responsibility for sections 1, 4, 5, 11 and 12 of Schedule 11 to 
the Government Organization Act continues as the common 
responsibility of the Minister of Infrastructure, the Minister of Service 
Alberta and the Minister of Transportation.
(3)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister of Environment 
in the Calgary Restricted Development Area Regulations (AR 212/76), 
Edmonton Restricted Development Area Regulations (AR 287/74) and 
The Sherwood Park West Restricted Development Area Regulations 
(AR 45/74) continue as the responsibility of the Minister of 
Infrastructure.
(4)  The responsibility for that part of the public service associated 
with the part of the appropriation transferred under subsections (5) and 
(6) is transferred to the responsibility of the Minister of Infrastructure.
(5)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of elements 3.6, Land Development Program Delivery, and 
3.7, Assistance to Alberta Social Housing Corporation - Land 
Development, of Program 3, Homeless Support and Land 
Development, of the 2011-12 Government appropriation for Housing 
and Urban Affairs is transferred to the Minister of Infrastructure.
(6)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of Program 2, Oil Sands Sustainable Development Secretariat, 
of the 2011-12 Government appropriation for Treasury Board is 
transferred to the Minister of Infrastructure.
Intergovernmental, International and Aboriginal Relations
12(1)  The responsibility for the following enactments is transferred to 
the Minister of Intergovernmental, International and Aboriginal 
Relations:
	(a)	Constitution of Alberta Amendment Act, 1990;
	(b)	Constitutional Referendum Act;
	(c)	section 11 of and Schedule 6 to the Government 
Organization Act;
	(d)	International Interests in Mobile Aircraft Equipment Act;
	(e)	International Trade and Investment Agreements 
Implementation Act;
	(f)	Metis Settlements Act;
	(g)	Metis Settlements Accord Implementation Act;
	(h)	Metis Settlements Land Protection Act;
	(i)	Senatorial Selection Act.
(2)  The Minister of Intergovernmental, International and Aboriginal 
Relations is designated as the Minister responsible for the following 
enactments:
	(a)	Asia Advisory Council Act;
	(b)	Schedule 6.1 to the Government Organization Act.
(3)  The responsibility for that part of the public service associated 
with the part of the appropriation transferred under subsections (4), (5) 
and (6) is transferred to the responsibility of the Minister of 
Intergovernmental, International and Aboriginal Relations.
(4)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of the 2011-12 Government appropriation for International and 
Intergovernmental Relations is transferred to the Minister of 
Intergovernmental, International and Aboriginal Relations.
(5)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of the 2011-12 Government appropriation for Aboriginal 
Relations is transferred to the Minister of Intergovernmental, 
International and Aboriginal Relations.
(6)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of Program 4, Immigration, of the 2011-12 Government 
appropriation for Employment and Immigration is transferred to the 
Minister of Intergovernmental, International and Aboriginal Relations.
(7)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister in the Aboriginal 
Relations Grant Regulation (AR 4/2002), the Gaming Grants 
Regulation (AR 29/2004) and the International and Intergovernmental 
Relations Grant Regulation (AR 5/2002) are transferred to the 
responsibility of the Minister of Intergovernmental, International and 
Aboriginal Relations.
Justice
13(1)  The Minister of Justice and Attorney General continues as the 
Minister responsible for the following enactments:
	(a)	Administration of Estates Act;
	(b)	Administrative Procedures and Jurisdiction Act;
	(c)	Adult Interdependent Relationships Act;
	(d)	Age of Majority Act;
	(e)	Alberta Evidence Act, except section 9;
	(f)	Alberta Personal Property Bill of Rights;
	(g)	Arbitration Act;
	(h)	Civil Enforcement Act;
	(i)	Class Proceedings Act;
	(j)	Commissioners for Oaths Act;
	(k)	Conflicts of Interest Act;
	(l)	Contributory Negligence Act;
	(m)	Court of Appeal Act;
	(n)	Court of Queen's Bench Act;
	(o)	Criminal Notoriety Act;
	(p)	Dangerous Dogs Act;
	(q)	Daylight Saving Time Act;
	(r)	Defamation Act;
	(s)	Dependants Relief Act;
	(t)	Devolution of Real Property Act;
	(u)	Expropriation Act, except sections 25 to 28 and 72;
	(v)	Extra-provincial Enforcement of Custody Orders Act;
	(w)	Factors Act;
	(x)	Family Law Act;
	(y)	Fatal Accidents Act;
	(z)	Fatality Inquiries Act;
	(aa)	Fraudulent Preferences Act;
	(bb)	Frustrated Contracts Act;
	(cc)	Schedule 9 to the Government Organization Act;
	(dd)	Guarantees Acknowledgment Act;
	(ee)	Innkeepers Act;
	(ff)	Interjurisdictional Support Orders Act;
	(gg)	International Child Abduction Act;
	(hh)	International Commercial Arbitration Act;
	(ii)	International Conventions Implementation Act;
	(jj)	Interpretation Act;
	(kk)	Interprovincial Subpoena Act;
	(ll)	Intestate Succession Act;
	(mm)	Judgment Interest Act;
	(nn)	Judicature Act;
	(oo)	Jury Act;
	(pp)	Justice of the Peace Act;
	(qq)	Landlord's Rights on Bankruptcy Act;
	(rr)	Languages Act/Loi linguistique;
	(ss)	Legal Profession Act; 
	(tt)	Legitimacy Act;
	(uu)	Limitations Act;
	(vv)	Lobbyists Act;
	(ww)	Maintenance Enforcement Act;
	(xx)	Married Women's Act;
	(yy)	Masters and Servants Act;
	(zz)	Maternal Tort Liability Act;
	(aaa)	Matrimonial Property Act;
	(bbb)	Minors' Property Act;
	(ccc)	Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Act, except sections 2 and 3;
	(ddd)	Notaries Public Act;
	(eee)	Oaths of Office Act;
	(fff)	Occupiers' Liability Act;
	(ggg)	Perpetuities Act;
	(hhh)	Part 5 of the Personal Property Security Act;
	(iii)	Petty Trespass Act;
	(jjj)	Powers of Attorney Act;
	(kkk)	Proceedings Against the Crown Act; 
	(lll)	Provincial Court Act;
	(mmm)	Provincial Offences Procedure Act;
	(nnn)	Public Inquiries Act;
	(ooo)	Public Trustee Act;
	(ppp)	Queen's Counsel Act;
	(qqq)	Reciprocal Enforcement of Judgments Act;
	(rrr)	Recording of Evidence Act;
	(sss)	Regulations Act;
	(ttt)	The Revised Statutes 1980 Act;
	(uuu)	Road Building Machinery Equipment Act;
	(vvv)	Sale of Goods Act;
	(www)	Statute Revision Act; 
	(xxx)	Survival of Actions Act;
	(yyy)	Survivorship Act;
	(zzz)	Tort-feasors Act;
	(aaaa)	Trespass to Premises Act;
	(bbbb)	Trustee Act;
	(cccc)	Unconscionable Transactions Act;
	(dddd)	Warehouse Receipts Act;
	(eeee)	Wills Act;
	(ffff)	Witness Security Act;
	(gggg)	Youth Justice Act.
(2)  The Minister of Justice and Attorney General is designated as the 
Minister responsible for the following enactments:
	(a)	Alberta Human Rights Act;
	(b)	Body Armour Control Act; 
	(c)	Election Act;
	(d)	Election Finances and Contributions Disclosure Act;
	(e)	Electoral Boundaries Commission Act;
	(f)	Electoral Divisions Act;
	(g)	Missing Persons Act;
	(h)	Notice to the Attorney General Act;
	(i)	Ombudsman Act;
	(j)	Victims Restitution and Compensation Payment Act;
	(k)	Wills and Succession Act.
(3)  The responsibility for that part of the public service associated 
with the part of the appropriation transferred under subsection (4) is 
transferred to the responsibility of the Minister of Justice and Attorney 
General. 
(4)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of element 3.7, Assistance to the Human Rights Education and 
Multiculturalism Fund, of Program 3, Community and Voluntary 
Support Services, and Program 5, Alberta Human Rights Commission, 
of the 2011-12 Government appropriation for Culture and Community 
Spirit is transferred to the Minister of Justice and Attorney General.
Municipal Affairs
14(1)  The Minister of Municipal Affairs continues as the Minister 
responsible for the following enactments:
	(a)	The Calgary-Canadian Pacific Transit Agreement Act;
	(b)	City of Lloydminster Act;
	(c)	Emergency Management Act;
	(d)	The Edmonton-Meadowview Agreement Act;
	(e)	Schedule 10 to the Government Organization Act, except 
sections 2, 3, 4, 9 and 10;
	(f)	Libraries Act;
	(g)	Local Authorities Election Act;
	(h)	Municipal Government Act;
	(i)	Parks Towns Act;
	(j)	Safety Codes Act;
	(k)	Special Areas Act.
(2)  The responsibility for section 17 of the Alberta Housing Act is 
transferred to the Minister of Municipal Affairs.
(3)  The responsibility for the following enactments is transferred to 
the common responsibility of the Minister of Municipal Affairs and the 
Minister of Human Services:
	(a)	Alberta Housing Act, except section 17;
	(b)	sections 2, 3,4, 9 and 10 of Schedule 10 to the Government 
Organization Act.
(4)  The responsibility for sections 14 to 18 and 19(a) and (e) of the 
Public Highways Development Act continues as the common 
responsibility of the Minister of Municipal Affairs and the Minister of 
Transportation.
(5)  The responsibility for that part of the public service associated 
with the part of the appropriation transferred under subsection (6) is 
transferred to the responsibility of the Minister of Municipal Affairs. 
(6)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of Program 1, Ministry Support Services, and Program 2, 
Housing Development and Operations, of the 2011-12 Government 
appropriation for Housing and Urban Affairs is transferred to the 
Minister of Municipal Affairs.
Seniors
15(1)  The responsibility for the following enactments is transferred to 
the  Minister of Seniors:
	(a)	Adult Guardianship and Trusteeship Act;
	(b)	Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped Act;
	(c)	Blind Persons' Rights Act;
	(d)	section 24(g) and (j) of the Nursing Homes Act;
	(e)	Personal Directives Act;
	(f)	Persons with Developmental Disabilities Community 
Governance Act;
	(g)	Persons with Developmental Disabilities Foundation Act;
	(h)	Premier's Council on the Status of Persons with Disabilities 
Act;
	(i)	Protection for Persons in Care Act;
	(j)	Seniors Advisory Council for Alberta Act;
	(k)	Seniors Benefit Act;
	(l)	Service Dogs Act;
	(m)	Supportive Living Accommodation Licensing Act.
(2)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister in the Alberta 
Aids to Daily Living and Extended Health Benefits Regulation 
(AR 236/85) are transferred to the responsibility of the Minister of 
Seniors.
(3)  The responsibility for that part of the public service associated 
with the part of the appropriation transferred under subsections (4) and 
(5) is transferred to the responsibility of the Minister of Seniors.
(4)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of the 2011-12 Government appropriation for Seniors and 
Community Supports, except Program 5, Implementation of Alberta 
Supports, is transferred to the Minister of Seniors.
(5)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of element 5.3, Seniors Drug Benefits, and element 5.4, 
Seniors Supplemental Health Benefits, of Program 5, Drug and 
Supplemental Health Benefits and element 7.4, Continuing Care 
Initiatives, of Program 7, Support Programs, of the 2011-12 
Government appropriation for Health and Wellness is transferred to the 
Minister of Seniors.
(6)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister in the Seniors 
and Community Supports Grants  Regulation (AR 192/2005) are 
transferred to the responsibility of the Minister of Seniors.
Service Alberta
16(1)  The Minister of Service Alberta continues as the Minister 
responsible for the following enactments:
	(a)	Agricultural and Recreational Land Ownership Act;
	(b)	Builders' Lien Act;
	(c)	Business Corporations Act;
	(d)	Cemeteries Act;
	(e)	Cemetery Companies Act;
	(f)	Change of Name Act;
	(g)	Charitable Fund-raising Act;
	(h)	Companies Act;
	(i)	Condominium Property Act;
	(j)	Cooperatives Act;
	(k)	Debtors' Assistance Act;
	(l)	Dower Act;
	(m)	Electronic Transactions Act;
	(n)	Fair Trading Act;
	(o)	Franchises Act;
	(p)	Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act;
	(q)	Funeral Services Act;
	(r)	Garage Keepers' Lien Act;
	(s)	sections 2, 3 and 14 of Schedule 11, Schedule 12 and 
Schedule 13.1 to the Government Organization Act;
	(t)	Land Titles Act;
	(u)	Law of Property Act;
	(v)	Marriage Act;
	(w)	Mobile Home Sites Tenancies Act;
	(x)	sections 2 and 3 of the Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Act;
	(y)	Partnership Act;
	(z)	Personal Information Protection Act;
	(aa)	Personal Property Security Act, except Part 5;
	(bb)	Possessory Liens Act;
	(cc)	Queen's Printer Act;
	(dd)	Real Estate Act;
	(ee)	Religious Societies' Land Act;
	(ff)	Residential Tenancies Act;
	(gg)	Societies Act;
	(hh)	Vital Statistics Act;
	(ii)	Warehousemen's Lien Act;
	(jj)	Woodmen's Lien Act.
(2)  The responsibility for sections 2 and 3 of Schedule 13 to the 
Government Organization Act is transferred to the responsibility of the 
Minister of Service Alberta.
Solicitor General and Public Security
17(1)  The Solicitor General and Minister of Public Security continues 
as the Minister responsible for the following enactments:
	(a)	Corrections Act;
	(b)	Schedule 15 to the Government Organization Act;
	(c)	Gunshot and Stab Wound Mandatory Disclosure Act;
	(d)	Peace Officer Act;
	(e)	Police Act;
	(f)	Safer Communities and Neighbourhoods Act;
	(g)	Security Services and Investigators Act;
	(h)	Victims of Crime Act.
(2)  The responsibility for the following enactments is transferred to 
the responsibility of the Solicitor General and Minister of Public 
Security:
	(a)	section 19 of the Fisheries Act;
	(b)	section 2 of the Forests Act;
	(c)	Schedule 3.1 to the Government Organization Act;
	(d)	section 5 of the Public Lands Act with respect to the 
appointment of officers;
	(e)	section 1.1 of the Wildlife Act.
(3)  The responsibility for that part of the public service associated 
with the part of the appropriation transferred under subsections (4) and 
(5) is transferred to the responsibility of the Solicitor General and 
Minister of Public Security.
(4)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of element 5.3, Enforcement, of Program 5, Fish and Wildlife, 
of the 2011-12 Government appropriation for Sustainable Resource 
Development is transferred to the Solicitor General and Minister of 
Public Security.
(5)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of that portion of element 2.4, Transportation Safety Services, 
of Program 2, Provincial Highway Systems and Safety, related to the 
Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Branch and the Dangerous Goods 
Vehicle and Rail Safety Branch, of the 2011-12 Government 
appropriation for Transportation is transferred to the Solicitor General 
and Minister of Public Security.
Sustainable Resource Development
18(1)  The Minister of Sustainable Resource Development continues 
as the Minister responsible for the following enactments:
	(a)	Boundary Surveys Act;
	(b)	sections 25 to 28 and 72 of the Expropriation Act;
	(c)	Fisheries (Alberta) Act, except section 19;
	(d)	Forest and Prairie Protection Act;
	(e)	Forest Reserves Act;
	(f)	Forests Act, except section 2;
	(g)	Part 8 of the Mines and Minerals Act, except section 108(g), 
(h) and (j);
	(h)	Public Lands Act, except sections 5, 11, 11.1, 14, 20, 44, 47, 
51 to 57, 59, 59.1, 62, 63, 69, 76 and 77;
	(i)	Surface Rights Act;
	(j)	Surveys Act, except section 5(1)(d) and (2)(b);
	(k)	Wildlife Act, except section 1.1.
(2)  The Minister of Sustainable Resource Development continues to 
be designated as the Minister responsible for the Alberta Land 
Stewardship Act and to be the Designated Minister for the purposes of 
that Act.
(3)  The Minister of Sustainable Resource Development is designated 
as the Minister responsible for the Hunting, Fishing and Trapping 
Heritage Act.
(4)  The responsibility for section 5(1)(d) and (2)(b) of the Surveys Act 
continues as the common responsibility of the Minister of Sustainable 
Resource Development and the Minister of Service Alberta.
(5)  The responsibility for the Natural Resources Conservation Board 
Act is transferred to the common responsibility of the Minister of 
Sustainable Resource Development and the Minister of Environment 
and Water.
(6)  The responsibility for sections 30 to 34 and 37(d) to (j) of the 
Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act is transferred to the 
common responsibility of the Minister of Sustainable Resource 
Development and the Minister of Environment and Water.
(7)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister in the 
Environment Grant Regulation (AR 182/2000) are transferred to the 
common responsibility of the Minister of Sustainable Resource 
Development and the Minister of Environment and Water.
(8)  Subject to section 17(2)(d) of this Regulation, the responsibility 
for sections 5, 11, 11.1, 14, 20, 44, 47, 51 to 57, 59, 59.1, 62, 63, 69, 
76 and 77 of the Public Lands Act continues as the common 
responsibility of the Minister of Sustainable Resource Development 
and the Minister of Tourism, Parks and Recreation.
(9)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister under the 
following sections and Parts of the Public Lands Administration 
Regulation (AR 187/2011) are transferred to the common 
responsibility of the Minister of Sustainable Resource Development 
and the Minister of Tourism, Parks and Recreation:
	(a)	sections 22 to 25 and 27;
	(b)	Part 3, Division 4, except section 92, Division 5, except 
section 101, Division 6, except sections 106(1) and 110(1), 
Division 7, except sections 122, 128 and 131 and Division 8, 
except section 143.
Tourism, Parks and Recreation
19(1)  The Minister of Tourism, Parks and Recreation continues as the 
Minister responsible for the following enactments: 
	(a)	Alberta Sport, Recreation, Parks and Wildlife Foundation 
Act;
	(b)	Provincial Parks Act, except sections 14 and 15;
	(c)	Recreation Development Act;
	(d)	Travel Alberta Act;
	(e)	Wilderness Areas, Ecological Reserves, Natural Areas and 
Heritage Rangelands Act;
	(f)	Willmore Wilderness Park Act.
(2)  The responsibility for sections 14 and 15 of the Provincial Parks 
Act continues as the common responsibility of the Minister of Tourism, 
Parks and Recreation and the Minister of Transportation.
(3)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister in the Community 
Development Grants Regulation (AR 57/98) are transferred to the 
common responsibility of the Minister of Tourism, Parks and 
Recreation, the Minister of Municipal Affairs and the Minister of 
Culture and Community Services.
Transportation
20(1)  The Minister of Transportation continues as the Minister 
responsible for the following enactments:
	(a)	City Transportation Act;
	(b)	Dangerous Goods Transportation and Handling Act;
	(c)	Schedule 14 to the Government Organization Act;
	(d)	Highways Development and Protection Act;
	(e)	Public Highways Development Act, except sections 14 to 18 
and 19(a) and (e);
	(f)	Railway (Alberta) Act;
	(g)	Regional Airports Authorities Act;
	(h)	Traffic Safety Act, except sections 2(1), 8 and 64(a), (d), (f), 
(g), (m), (s) and (u)(i) to (iv).
(2)  The responsibility for sections 6 to 10 and 13 of Schedule 11 to the 
Government Organization Act continues as the common responsibility 
of the Minister of Transportation and the Minister of Infrastructure.
(3)  The responsibility for sections 2(1), 8 and 64(a), (d), (f), (g), (m), 
(s) and (u)(i) to (iv) of the Traffic Safety Act continues as the common 
responsibility of the Minister of Transportation and the Minister of 
Service Alberta.
Treasury Board and Enterprise
21(1)  The responsibility for the following enactments is transferred to 
the President of Treasury Board and Enterprise:
	(a)	Alberta Competitiveness Act;
	(b)	sections 4 to 9 and Part 3 of the Financial Administration 
Act;
	(c)	Public Service Act;
	(d)	Public Service Employee Relations Act.
(2)  The President of Treasury Board and Enterprise  is designated as 
the Minister responsible for the following enactments:
	(a)	Alberta Economic Development Authority Act;
	(b)	Auditor General Act;
	(c)	Northern Alberta Development Council Act.
(3)  The responsibility for the Fiscal Responsibility Act and the 
Government Accountability Act is transferred to the common 
responsibility of the President of Treasury Board and Enterprise and 
the Minister of Finance.
(4)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister of Finance in 
section 21 of the Legislative Assembly Act, section 11 of the 
Ombudsman Act, section 41 of the Conflicts of Interest Act, section 52 
of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, section 
12 of the Auditor General Act and section 7 of the Election Act are 
transferred to the responsibility of the President of Treasury Board and 
Enterprise.
(5)  The responsibility for that part of the public service associated 
with the part of the appropriation transferred under subsection (6) is 
transferred to the responsibility of the President of Treasury Board and 
Enterprise.
(6)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of Program 6, Enterprise, except element 6.1, Regulatory 
Review Secretariat, of the 2011-12 Government appropriation for 
Finance and Enterprise is transferred to the President of Treasury 
Board and Enterprise.
Repeal
22   The Designation and Transfer of Responsibility Regulation 
(AR 38/2008) is repealed.