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Alberta Regulation 23/2012
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
ALBERTA LAMB PRODUCERS AUTHORIZATION 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: February 23, 2012
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Agricultural Products Marketing Council 
on January 27, 2012 pursuant to section 26 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products 
Act and approved by the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development on February 
14, 2012 pursuant to section 26 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act.
1   The Alberta Lamb Producers Authorization Regulation 
(AR 242/2001) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 2(b), (c) and (d) are repealed.

3   Section 4 is amended by striking out "February 28, 2020" 
and substituting "February 28, 2022".


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Alberta Regulation 24/2012
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
ALBERTA LAMB PRODUCERS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: February 23, 2012
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Lamb Producers on January 6, 2012 
pursuant to section 26 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act and approved by 
the Alberta Agricultural Products Marketing Council on January 27, 2012 pursuant to 
section 29 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act. 
1   The Alberta Lamb Producers Regulation (AR 389/2003) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1(1) is amended by adding the following after 
clause (f):
	(f.1)	"fiscal year" means the fiscal year of the Commission 
provided for in the Alberta Lamb Producers Plan Regulation 
(AR 263/2001);

3   Section 6(2) is amended
	(a)	by striking out "in a calendar year" and substituting "in 
a fiscal year";
	(b)	by striking out "December 31 of that calendar year" and 
substituting "August 31 of that fiscal year".

4   Section 12 is repealed.

5   Section 15 is amended by striking out "February 28, 2012" 
and substituting "April 30, 2017".


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Alberta Regulation 25/2012
Electronic Transactions Act
ELECTRONIC TRANSACTIONS ACT GENERAL  
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: February 24, 2012
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 048/2012) 
on February 23, 2012 pursuant to section 32 of the Electronic Transactions Act. 
1   The Electronic Transactions Act General Regulation 
(AR 34/2003) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 4 is amended by striking out "March 31, 2012" and 
substituting "March 31, 2015".


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Alberta Regulation 26/2012
Senatorial Selection Act
SENATORIAL SELECTION FEES AND EXPENSES REGULATION
Filed: February 24, 2012
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 050/2012) 
on February 23, 2012 pursuant to section 29 of the Senatorial Selection Act. 
Fees
1(1)   If an election under the Senatorial Selection Act is to be held in 
conjunction with a general election under the Election Act, in addition 
to fees payable under sections 1 to 10 of the Fees and Expenses 
Regulation (AR 173/2004) under the Election Act, fees under this 
section may be paid for duties performed relating to the conduct of an 
election under the Senatorial Selection Act.
(2)  A returning officer may be paid the following:
	(a)		a fee of $645 if a writ of election is issued but no poll is held;
	(b)		a fee of $1905 if a writ of election is issued and a poll is held, 
including training of election staff and the conduct of the 
official count;
	(c)		a fee of $0.06 per name included in the list of electors on 
polling day.
(3)  An election clerk may be paid the following:
	(a)	a fee of $475 if a writ of election is issued but no poll is held;
	(b)	a fee of $1260 if a writ of election is issued and a poll is held, 
including training of election staff and the conduct of the 
official count;
	(c)	a fee of $0.05 per name included in the list of electors on 
polling day.
(4)  A supervisory deputy returning officer may be paid a basic fee of 
$95 for duties performed on polling day or on each advance polling 
day.
(5)  An administrative assistant may be paid the following:
	(a)	a fee of $1055 for duties performed on a full-time basis in the 
returning officer's office where a writ of election is issued 
and a poll is held;
	(b)	a fee to be prorated at a daily rate, as approved by the Chief 
Electoral Officer, for duties performed on a part-time basis in 
the returning officer's office where a writ of election is 
issued and a poll is held;
	(c)	a fee of $365 for duties performed on a full-time basis where 
a writ of election is issued and no poll is held;
	(d)	a fee to be prorated at a daily rate, as approved by the Chief 
Electoral Officer, for duties performed on a part-time basis, 
where a writ of election is issued but no poll is held.
(6)  A registration officer may be paid a basic fee of $80 for duties 
performed on polling day or on each advance polling day.
(7)  A deputy returning officer may be paid the following:
	(a)	a basic fee of $75 for duties performed on polling day;
	(b)	a fee of $225 to conduct an advance poll.
(8)  A poll clerk may be paid the following:
	(a)	a fee of $65 for duties performed on polling day;
	(b)	a fee of $195 for advance poll duties.
Consequential amendment
2   The Fees and Expenses Regulation (AR 173/2004) is 
amended by repealing section 9.1.
Expiry
3   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for 
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be 
repassed in its present or an amended form following a review, this 
Regulation expires on December 31, 2020.


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Alberta Regulation 27/2012
Municipal Government Act
CAPITAL REGION ASSESSMENT SERVICES COMMISSION 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: February 24, 2012
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 051/2012) 
on February 23, 2012 pursuant to section 602.02 of the Municipal Government Act. 
1   The Capital Region Assessment Services Commission 
Regulation (AR 77/96) is amended by this Regulation.

2   The Schedule is amended by adding the following after 
clause (v.1):
	(v.2)	Village of Wabamun


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Alberta Regulation 28/2012
Safety Codes Act
ELEVATING DEVICES, PASSENGER ROPEWAYS AND 
AMUSEMENT RIDES PERMIT REGULATION
Filed: February 24, 2012
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 052/2012) 
on February 23, 2012 pursuant to section 65 of the Safety Codes Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	Restricted application
	3	Permits required
	4	Application for permit
	5	Application for construction or alteration permit
	6	Acceptance inspections
	7	Application for operation permit
	8	Portable amusement rides 
	9	Term of operation permit
	10	Permit refused or cancelled
	11	Identification number
	12	Repeal
	13	Expiry
	14	Coming into force
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"acceptance inspection" means an inspection and series of 
tests performed by a safety codes officer before a new or 
altered device is put into operation to provide evidence of the 
proper installation of the device in accordance with the 
accepted plans and applicable codes;
	(b)	"Act" means the Safety Codes Act;
	(c)	"amusement ride" means an amusement ride or amusement 
device within the meaning of CAN/CSA Standard Z267-00 
Safety Code for Amusement Rides and Devices as varied by 
and declared in force by the Amusement Rides Standards 
Regulation (AR 223/2001), but does not include anything to 
which that Standard is stated by its Clause 1.5 not to apply;
	(d)	"applicable code" means
	(i)	with respect to an elevating device or passenger 
ropeway, a code that was in force in Alberta on the date 
that the owner of the elevating device or passenger 
ropeway entered into a contract to purchase it, and
	(ii)	with respect to an amusement ride, a code that was in 
force in Alberta on the date that the design of the 
amusement ride was completed;
	(e)	"authorized accredited agency" means an organization listed 
in the Schedule to the Authorized Accredited Agencies 
Regulation (AR 184/95);
	(f)	"certificate of alteration permit" means a permit to authorize 
the undertaking of a major alteration of an elevating device, 
passenger ropeway or fixed amusement ride;
	(g)	"certificate of construction permit" means a permit to 
authorize construction of an elevating device, passenger 
ropeway or fixed amusement ride;
	(h)	"certificate of operation permit" means a permit to authorize 
the operation of an elevating device, passenger ropeway or 
amusement ride;
	(i)	"delegated person" means a delegated person as defined in 
Schedule 10 to the Government Organization Act who has 
been delegated by a regulation under section 2 of that 
Schedule with the powers of a safety codes officer under the 
Safety Codes Act; 
	(j)	"elevating device" means, with respect to the following 
Standards or Codes as varied by and declared in force by the 
Elevating Devices Codes Regulation (AR 62/2009),
	(i)	respecting CAN/CSA Standard B355-00 Lifts for 
Persons with Physical Disabilities, including CAN/CSA 
s1-02 Supplement No. 1, a lift as defined in that 
Standard and as listed in its Clause 1.2, but does not 
include things to which that Standard is stated not to 
apply by its Clause 1.4,
	(ii)	respecting CAN/CSA Standard B311-02 Safety Code 
for Manlifts, a manlift (endless-belt type, hand-powered 
counterbalanced type and power-type) as defined in that 
Standard and for which minimum requirements are 
specified by that Standard, but does not include things 
to which that Standard is stated not to apply by its 
Clause 1.2,
	(iii)	respecting ASME A17.1/CSA Code B44-07 Safety 
Code for Elevators and Escalators, the equipment 
covered by that Code as stated in its Clause 1.1.1, but 
does not include the equipment not covered by that 
Code as stated by its Clause 1.1.2, and
	(iv)	respecting CAN/CSA Standard Z185-M87 (R2001) 
Safety Code for Personnel Hoists, the things to which 
that Standard applies as stated in its Clause 1.1, but does 
not include things to which that Standard does not apply 
as stated by its Clause 1.3;
	(k)	"major alteration" means an alteration that, in the opinion of 
a safety codes officer, significantly changes the structural or 
operational characteristics of the original design, layout 
drawings, data or any other information submitted in support 
of an application for a permit for the elevating device, 
passenger ropeway or fixed amusement ride;
	(l)	"passenger ropeway" means a passenger ropeway or 
passenger conveyor within the meaning of Clause 1.2 of CSA 
Standard Z98-07 Passenger Ropeways and Passenger 
Conveyors as varied by and declared in force by the 
Passenger Ropeways and Passenger Conveyors Standards 
Regulation (AR 190/2008);
	(m)	"permit" means 
	(i)	a certificate of alteration permit, 
	(ii)	a certificate of construction permit, or
	(iii)	a certificate of operation permit;
	(n)	"safety inspection report" means a report prepared by a 
designated safety codes officer employed by 
	(i)	an authorized accredited agency that has been 
authorized to conduct and report on safety inspections 
for existing elevating devices, or
	(ii)	the Alberta Elevating Devices and Amusement Rides 
Safety Association.
Restricted application
2   This Regulation applies to
	(a)	amusement rides that are located in a place to which the 
general public is allowed access, including but not limited to 
public events, fairs, carnivals and amusement parks,
	(b)	elevating devices, and
	(c)	passenger ropeways.
Permits required
3(1)  A prospective owner or a prospective owner's agent must obtain 
a certificate of construction permit before constructing an elevating 
device, passenger ropeway or fixed amusement ride.
(2)  An owner or an owner's agent must 
	(a)	obtain a certificate of alteration permit before undertaking a 
major alteration of an elevating device, passenger ropeway or 
fixed amusement ride, or 
	(b)	obtain a certificate of operation permit before operating an 
elevating device, passenger ropeway or amusement ride.
Application for permit
4   An application for a permit under this Regulation must be made to 
a delegated person  
	(a)	in the form and manner and containing any information 
required by the delegated person, 
	(b)	setting out the information necessary to demonstrate 
compliance with this Regulation and the applicable codes as 
required by the delegated person, and 
	(c)	accompanied by the required fee.
Application for construction or alteration permit
5(1)  The prospective owner of a new elevating device, passenger 
ropeway or fixed amusement ride, or the prospective owner's agent, 
must apply to a delegated person for a certificate of construction 
permit.
(2)  The owner of an elevating device, passenger ropeway or fixed 
amusement ride, or the owner's agent, must apply to a delegated 
person for a certificate of alteration permit.
(3)  In addition to the requirements set out in section 4, an application 
under this section must be accompanied by plans that are signed and 
stamped or sealed by a professional engineer as required by the 
Engineering, Geological and Geophysical Professions Act.
Acceptance inspections
6(1)  If a certificate of construction permit or a certificate of alteration 
permit is required under this Regulation, the elevating device, 
passenger ropeway or fixed amusement ride that is the subject of the 
permit may not be put in service until an acceptance inspection is 
successfully completed. 
(2)  The owner or the owner's agent must apply to a delegated person 
on completion of the construction or major alteration for the 
acceptance inspection. 
Application for operation permit
7(1)  The owner of an elevating device, passenger ropeway or 
amusement ride, or the owner's agent, must apply to a delegated 
person for a certificate of operation permit in accordance with this 
section and section 4 and include a copy of a safety inspection report if 
it is required by a delegated person.
(2)  An application for a certificate of operation permit for an 
amusement ride must be accompanied by
	(a)	a brief description of the ride, the year it was manufactured 
and its identification number, if previously issued, and
	(b)	confirmation by the owner that
	(i)	the log book is up to date,
	(ii)	all applicable manuals are readily available at the 
amusement ride,
	(iii)	the manufacturer's directives respecting ride safety have 
been performed, and
	(iv)	the manufacturer's recommendations respecting 
non-destructive testing have been performed.
Portable amusement rides 
8(1)  In addition to the requirements in sections 4 and 7, 
	(a)	an application for a certificate of operation permit for a 
portable amusement ride must be accompanied by 
	(i)	the plans for the original construction of or any major 
alteration to the portable amusement ride, which must 
be signed and stamped or sealed by a professional 
engineer as required by the Engineering, Geological 
and Geophysical Professions Act,
	(ii)	plans that are signed by a person from another 
jurisdiction who has a professional designation from 
that jurisdiction equivalent to that of a professional 
engineer under the Engineering, Geological and 
Geophysical Professions Act, or
	(iii)	plans that are signed by the manufacturer or the 
manufacturer's authorized representative,
		and
	(b)	an owner of a portable amusement ride must file an itinerary 
with a delegated person at least 21 business days before the 
operation of the ride, indicating 
	(i)	the type of portable amusement ride,
	(ii)	the portable amusement ride identification number,
	(iii)	each location where the portable amusement ride will be 
operated, and
	(iv)	the dates when the portable amusement ride will be 
operated in each location.
(2)  The dates referred to in subsection (1)(b)(iv) must not extend 
beyond December 31 of the calendar year to which the permit applies. 
(3)  Any change to the itinerary must be filed with a delegated person 
at least 7 business days before the date the change takes effect. 
Term of operation permit
9(1)  Subject to subsection (2), a certificate of operation permit is valid 
	(a)	for 12 months from the date of issue, or
	(b)	for portable amusement rides, until December 31 of the 
issuing year.
(2)  A certificate of operation permit may be issued under subsection 
(1)(a) for a term of less than 12 months if a delegated person considers 
it appropriate in the circumstances.
(3)  An owner or the owner's agent who has been issued a certificate of 
operation permit for an elevating device, passenger ropeway or fixed 
amusement ride who wishes to obtain a new certificate of operation 
permit must apply for a new certificate of operation permit in 
accordance with the requirements of sections 4 and 7 before the date 
on which a previously issued permit expires.
(4)  If an application for a new certificate of operation permit is made 
before the expiry of the existing permit issued in respect of the same 
device, the existing permit is valid until the new permit is issued or the 
application is refused.
Permit refused or cancelled
10   A delegated person may refuse to issue a permit or cancel a permit 
if
	(a)	incorrect or incomplete information was submitted with the 
permit application,
	(b)	required information including but not limited to plans, 
drawings and specifications for an elevating device, 
passenger ropeway or amusement ride have not been 
submitted,
	(c)	the applicant fails to comply with a requirement of this 
Regulation, or
	(d)	in the case of a portable amusement ride, a required or 
amended itinerary has not been submitted in accordance with 
section 8(1)(b) or (3).
Identification number
11   A delegated person may issue an identification number with 
respect to an elevating device, passenger ropeway or amusement ride 
and may require that the owner or the owner's agent affix the number 
to the device, ropeway or ride in a manner acceptable to the delegated 
person.
Repeal
12   The Elevating Devices, Passenger Ropeways and Amusement 
Rides Permit Regulation (AR 286/2002) is repealed.
Expiry
13   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 February 28, 2017.
Coming into force
14   This Regulation comes into force on February 28, 2012.


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Alberta Regulation 29/2012
Government Organization Act
INFRASTRUCTURE GRANTS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: February 24, 2012
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 057/2012) 
on February 23, 2012 pursuant to section 13 of the Government Organization Act. 
1   The Infrastructure Grants Regulation (AR 56/2003) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 11 is amended by striking out "March 31, 2012" 
and substituting "March 31, 2017".


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Alberta Regulation 30/2012
Public Sector Pension Plans Act
LAPP (ADDITIONAL EMPLOYERS, 2012) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: February 24, 2012
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 061/2012) 
on February 23, 2012 pursuant to Schedule 1, section 4 of the Public Sector Pension 
Plans Act. 
1   The Local Authorities Pension Plan (AR 366/93) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Part 1 of Schedule 2 is amended
	(a)	by adding the following after "Alberta Irrigation 
Projects Association":
The Alberta Library
	(b)	by adding the following after "Peace River Municipal 
Library":
Pioneer Housing Foundation
	(c)	by adding the following after "Provost Foundation":
Public School Boards Association of Alberta

3(1)  Subject to subsections (2) and (3), this Regulation is 
deemed to have come into force on January 1, 2012.
(2)  Section 2(a) comes into force on March 1, 2012.
(3)  Section 2(b) is deemed to have come into force on 
February 1, 2012.


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Alberta Regulation 31/2012
Regulations Act
MISCELLANEOUS CORRECTIONS AND REPEAL REGULATION
Filed: February 24, 2012
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 068/2012) 
on February 23, 2012 pursuant to section 10 of the Regulations Act. 
1   The Designation of Trades and Businesses Regulation 
(AR 178/99) is amended by renumbering the 2nd section 6.2 
as section 6.3.

2   The Driver Training and Driver Examination Regulation 
(AR 316/2002) is amended in section 22 by renumbering the 
2nd subsection (2) as subsection (3).
3   The Finance and Enterprise Grant Regulation 
(AR 217/2008) is amended
	(a)	in the title by striking out "FINANCE AND 
ENTERPRISE" and substituting "FINANCE";
	(b)	in section 1 by striking out "Finance and Enterprise" 
and substituting "Finance".

4   In the following provisions of the following regulations 
"Finance and Enterprise" is struck out wherever it occurs and 
"Finance" is substituted:
	(a)	Farm Credit Stability Fund Regulation (AR 339/86), 
sections 7(2), 8, 9(1) and (2), 10 and 11(2) and (3);
	(b)	Records Management Regulation (AR 224/2001), 
section 2(2)(d);
	(c)	Timber Management Regulation (AR 60/73), section 
30(1)(c) and (f);
	(d)	Farm Implement Regulation (AR 204/83), Schedule 1 
Form A, NOTE Item 1 and Form D, NOTE Item 1;
	(e)	Lending Institutions Regulation (AR 340/86), 
section 1;
	(f)	Guarantee Regulation (AR 361/86), section 3(1) and 
(2)(g) and (h);
	(g)	Regional Airports Authorities Regulation 
(AR 149/90), section 112(1) and (3);
	(h)	Metis Settlements Land Registry Regulation 
(AR 361/91), section 43(2);
	(i)	Loan and Trust Corporations Regulation 
(AR 171/92), sections 45(1), (3), (5), (6) and (7) and 
49;
	(j)	Conservation and Reclamation Regulation 
(AR 115/93), sections 21(b) and (c) and 24(2)(b), (3) 
and (5);
	(k)	Environmental Protection and Enhancement 
(Miscellaneous) Regulation (AR 118/93), sections 
4(4)(b), (5) and (7) and 5(3)(b) and (c);
	(l)	Public Sector Pension Plans (Legislative 
Provisions) Regulation (AR 365/93), sections 7.1(4), 
12(2), 15(1), (2) and (3) and 19.25(1) and Schedule 1, 
Part 1, sections 3(d), 10(c), 15(1), (4), (6) and (7) and 
18(2), (4), (5), (6), (7) and (8) and Schedule 4, 
sections 3(g), 24.2(e), 24.8(1) and (4), 24.82(4), 
24.84(1) and (2) and 24.85(1)(a) and (3);
	(m)	Local Authorities Pension Plan (AR 366/93), 
sections 12, 17(1), 23(3) and (4), 28, 106, 111(1) and 
(2) and 112 (1) and (2);
	(n)	Management Employees Pension Plan (AR 367/93), 
sections 12, 17(1), 23(3) and (4), 28, 106, 111(1) and 
(2) and 112(1) and (2);
	(o)	Public Service Pension Plan (AR 368/93), sections 
12, 17(1), 23(3) and (4), 28, 106, 111(1) and (2) and 
112(1) and (2);
	(p)	Special Forces Pension Plan (AR 369/93), sections 
12, 17(1), 23(3) and (4), 28, 106, 111(1) and (2) and 
112(1) and (2);
	(q)	Regional Health Authorities Regulation (AR 15/95), 
section 2.4(3);
	(r)	Civil Enforcement Regulation (AR 276/95), Schedule 
4;
	(s)	Waste Control Regulation (AR 192/96), sections 
30(b) and (c) and 33(2)(b), (3) and (5);
	(t)	Crown's Right of Recovery (Minister of Finance and 
Enterprise) Regulation (AR 219/96), the title and 
sections 1(1)(b), 2, 3(a) and (b), 4, 5 and 6(1) and (3);
	(u)	ABC Benefits Corporation Regulation (AR 272/96), 
section 13(1)(d);
	(v)	Indemnity Authorization Regulation (AR 22/97), 
sections 4.1(2), 5.05(2)(a), 5.1(2), (4) and (5), 6, 7(2) 
and (3), 8(2), 9(1), 10(1) and 11(1);
	(w)	Canmore Undermining Indemnity Regulation 
(AR 112/97), section 2;
	(x)	Rural Electrification Loan Regulation (AR 139/97), 
section 2(2)(a) and (d);
	(y)	Water (Ministerial) Regulation (AR 205/98), section 
70(5)(b) and (c);
	(z)	Metallic and Industrial Minerals Exploration 
Regulation (AR 213/98), sections 3(2)(b) and 5(2)(b);
	(aa)	Exemption Regulation (AR 125/99), section 4(e);
	(bb)	Collection and Debt Repayment Practices 
Regulation (AR 194/99), sections 19(1), (2) and (3), 
19.1(1), (2) and (3) and 23.3(1)(j);
	(cc)	Societies Regulation (AR 122/2000), Schedule 1, 
Form 3, Item 3;
	(dd)	Municipal Affairs Grants Regulation (AR 123/2000), 
sections 6 and 7(2) and Schedule 5, section 6;
	(ee)	Rural Utilities Regulation (AR 151/2000), section 
14(1)(c) and Schedule 1, Form 8;
	(ff)	Court Agents Regulation (AR 68/2001), section 3(2);
	(gg)	Justice Grants Regulation (AR 97/2001), section 
8(2) and (3);
	(hh)	Solicitor General and Public Security Grants 
Regulation (AR 108/2001), section 8(2) and (3);
	(ii)	Insurance Councils Regulation (AR 126/2001), 
section 16(2)(e);
	(jj)	Provincial Judges and Masters in Chambers 
Registered and Unregistered Pension Plans 
(AR 196/2001), section 3 and Schedule 1, sections 
7(2) and (3), 9(1), 10(1), 49(4), 54, 60(1) and (2), 63(1) 
and (2), 64(1) and (2) and Schedule 2, Part 3, 
section 7(3);
	(kk)	Correctional Institution Regulation (AR 205/2001), 
section 36(3);
	(ll)	Funds and Agencies Exemption Regulation 
(AR 128/2002), Schedules A and C;
	(mm)	Health and Wellness Grants Regulation 
(AR 146/2002), section 9(1) and (2);
	(nn)	Student Financial Assistance Regulation 
(AR 298/2002), Schedule 1, Part 1, sections 13(1)(b) 
and (c) and (2) and Schedule 2, Part 1, sections 
13(1)(b) and (c) and (2) and 15.1;
	(oo)	Infrastructure Grants Regulation (AR 56/2003), 
section 9(1) and (2);
	(pp)	Transportation Grants Regulation (AR 79/2003), 
section 9(1)(a) and (2)(a);
	(qq)	Payment in Lieu of Tax Regulation (AR 112/2003), 
section 1(1)(e);
	(rr)	Access to Motor Vehicle Information Regulation 
(AR 140/2003), section 2(1)(j.1)(iv);
	(ss)	City of Medicine Hat Payment in Lieu of Tax 
Regulation (AR 235/2003), section 1(1)(s);
	(tt)	Private Vocational Training Regulation 
(AR 341/2003), section 4(1)(b);
	(uu)	Vehicle Seizure and Removal Regulation 
(AR 251/2006), section 10(1)(a) and (b);
	(vv)	Fuel Tax Regulation (AR 62/2007), section 1(1)(bb);
	(ww)	Fuel Tax Act Transitional Regulation (AR 63/2007), 
section 1(c);
	(xx)	Protection of Sexually Exploited Children 
Regulation (AR 194/2007), Form 1;
	(yy)	Child Care Licensing Regulation (AR 143/2008), 
Schedule 6, Items 4(b) and 5(c);
	(zz)	Alberta Rules of Court (AR 124/2010), section 
9.28(10);
	(aaa)	Transcript Fees and Format Regulation 
(AR 167/2010), section 1(2);
	(bbb)	Environment Grant Regulation (AR 182/2000), 
section 5(2) and (3);
	(ccc)	Treasury Branches Deposit Fund Exemption 
Regulation (AR 190/97), section 1.

5   In the following provisions of the following regulations 
"Environment" is struck out wherever it occurs and 
"Environment and Water" is substituted:
	(a)	Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations (AR 151/71), 
sections 1.020(2) definition 12.1, 7.070(4)(a), 
9.040(a), 9.050(1), (3), (4), (6)(a) to (e) and (8)(a) and 
(b) and 9.060;
	(b)	Lubricating Oil Material Recycling and Management 
Regulation (AR 82/97), sections 1(h) and 8(1)(f);
	(c)	Destruction and Disposal of Dead Animals 
Regulation (AR 229/2000), section 2(4)(c)(ii) and 
(d)(i);
	(d)	Drainage Districts Regulation (AR 5/2001), sections 
5(2)(c) and 6(3);
	(e)	Lubricating Oil Material Recycling and Management 
Bylaw (AR 227/2002), sections 11(b)(i) and 12;
	(f)	Designated Material Recycling and Management 
Regulation (AR 93/2004), section 12(n);
	(g)	Edmonton-Devon Restricted Development Area 
Regulations (AR 286/74), sections 2(c) and 4(1) and 
(2);
	(h)	Forest Resources Improvement Regulation 
(AR 152/97), section 3(2);
	(i)	Business Corporations Regulation (AR 118/2000), 
section 14(2)(b);
	(j)	Environment Grant Regulation (AR 182/2000), 
section 1(1);
	(k)	Subdivision and Development Regulation 
(AR 43/2002), sections 5(5)(b), (h) and (i), 12(5) and 
13(5);
	(l)	Vehicle Equipment Regulation (AR 122/2009), 
section 34(4)(a).

6   In the following provisions of the following regulations 
"Culture and Community Spirit" is struck out wherever it occurs 
and "Culture and Community Services" is substituted:
	(a)	Cemeteries Exemption Regulation (AR 236/98), 
sections 3.2 and 3.4;
	(b)	Queen Elizabeth II Award and Scholarship 
Regulation (AR 71/2002), section 1(b);
	(c)	Blackfoot First Nations Sacred Ceremonial Objects 
Repatriation Regulation (AR 96/2004), Schedule.

7   In the following provisions of the following regulations 
"Children and Youth Services" is struck out wherever it occurs 
and "Human Services" is substituted:
	(a)	Alberta Resource Rebate Regulation (AR 21/2006), 
section 6(4);
	(b)	Fees and Expenses for Witnesses and Interpreters 
Regulation (AR 123/84), sections 1.1(2) and 6;
	(c)	Protection Against Family Violence Regulation 
(AR 80/99), section 3(c);
	(d)	Social Workers Profession Regulation (AR 82/2003), 
section 16;
	(e)	Family Support for Children with Disabilities 
Regulation (AR 140/2004), Form 1;
	(f)	Adoption Regulation (AR 187/2004), Forms 6, 9 and 
10;
	(g)	Court Rules and Form Regulation (AR 39/2002), 
Forms 29 and 30.

8   The Hospitalization Benefits Regulation (AR 244/90) is 
amended
	(a)	in section 5(1)(a) by striking out "Children and Youth 
Services" and substituting "Human Services";
	(b)	in section 20(12) by striking out "Finance and 
Enterprise" and substituting "Finance". 

9   The Guaranteed Borrowing Regulation (AR 139/98) is 
amended
	(a)	in section 1(a)(i) by striking out "Economic 
Development" and substituting "Treasury Board and 
Enterprise"; 
	(b)	In section 2(2)(h) and (i) by striking out "Finance and 
Enterprise" wherever it occurs and substituting 
"Finance". 

10   The Human Rights Education and Multiculturalism 
Fund Grant Regulation (AR 13/2000) is amended
	(a)	in section 1(1) by striking out "Culture and Community 
Spirit" and substituting "Justice and Attorney General";
	(b)	in section 6(2) and (3) by striking out "Finance and 
Enterprise" and substituting "Finance". 

11   The Finance and Enterprise Grant Regulation 
(AR 217/2008) is amended
	(a)	in the title by striking out "AND ENTERPRISE";
	(b)	in section 1 by striking out "Finance and Enterprise" 
and substituting "Finance". 

12   The Oil Sands Conservation Regulation (AR 76/88) is 
amended
	(a)	in section 7(1)(b) by striking out "Environment" and 
substituting "Environment and Water";
	(b)	in section 19(c) by striking out "Resource 
Development" and substituting "Sustainable Resource 
Development". 

13   The Health Insurance Premiums Regulation (AR 217/81) 
is amended 
	(a)	in section 9(3.5) by striking out "Department of 
Children and Youth Services, the Department of 
Employment and Immigration or the Department of Seniors 
and Community Supports" and substituting "Department 
of Human Services or the Department of Seniors";
	(b)	in section 27(1)(b) by striking out "Minister of Children 
and Youth Services, the Minister of Employment and 
Immigration and the Minister of Seniors and Community 
Supports" and substituting "Minister of Human Services 
and the Minister of Seniors". 
14   The Child, Youth and Family Enhancement Regulation 
(AR 160/2004) is amended in section 22 by striking out 
"Department of Children and Youth Services and the Department of 
Employment and Immigration" and substituting "Department of 
Human Services". 

15   The Health Information Regulation (AR 70/2001) is 
amended
	(a)	in section 5(2)
	(i)	in clauses (g) to (g.3) by striking out "Seniors and 
Community Supports" and substituting "Seniors";
	(ii)	in clause (h) by striking out "Employment and 
Immigration" and substituting "Human Services";
	(b)	in section 7(b) by striking out "Seniors and Community 
Supports" and substituting "Seniors". 

16   The Child and Adult Support Services Regulation 
(AR 61/2004) is amended in section 2(4) by striking out 
"Employment and Immigration" and substituting "Human 
Services".

17   The Income Support, Training and Health Benefits 
Regulation (AR 122/2011) is amended in section 74(2) by 
striking out "Employment and Immigration" and substituting 
"Human Services".

18   The Employment Standards Regulation (AR 14/97) is 
amended in section 8(g)(iii) by striking out "Employment and 
Immigration" and substituting "Human Services".

19   The General Regulation (AR 226/98) is amended in 
section 36(2)(l) by striking out "Employment and Immigration" 
and substituting "Human Services".

20   The General Regulation (AR 249/98) is amended in 
sections 11(2)(l) and 13 by striking out "Employment and 
Immigration" and substituting "Human Services".

21   The Nursing Homes General Regulation (AR 232/85) is 
amended in section 4(2)(b) by striking out "Seniors and 
Community Supports" wherever it occurs and substituting 
"Seniors". 

22   The Seniors and Community Supports Grants 
Regulation (AR 192/2005) is amended
	(a)	in the title by striking out "AND COMMUNITY 
SUPPORTS";
	(b)	in section 1 by striking out "and Community Supports". 

23   The Emergency Health Services (Interim) Regulation 
(AR 76/2009) is amended in section 5
	(a)	in clauses (c), (d) and (e) by striking out 
"Employment and Immigration" and substituting "Human 
Services";
	(b)	in clause (f) by striking out "and Community Supports".

24   The Designation and Transfer of Responsibility 
Regulation (AR 205/2011) is amended in section 13(1) by 
repealing clauses (s), (ll), (yyy) and (eeee).

25   The Adult Interdependent Partner Agreement 
Regulation (AR 141/2003) is amended in section 2 of the 
Schedule by adding "and Succession" after "Wills". 

26   The Provincial Judges and Masters in Chambers 
Registered and Unregistered Pension Plans (AR 196/2001) 
is amended
	(a)	in Schedule 1, Division 4, section 49(1) and (6) by 
striking out "section 47 of the Trustee Act" and 
substituting "section 71 of the Wills and Succession Act";
	(b)	in schedule 2, Division 4, section 49(7) by striking 
out "section 47 of the Trustee Act" and substituting 
"section 71 of the Wills and Succession Act".

27   The General Regulation (AR 249/98) is amended in 
section 11(2)(i) by striking out "sections 8 and 9 of the Intestate 
Succession Act" and substituting "sections 67 and 68 of the Wills 
and Succession Act". 

28   The General Regulation (AR 226/98) is amended in 
section 36(2)(i) by striking out "sections 8 and 9 of the Intestate 
Succession Act" and substituting "sections 67 and 68 of the Wills 
and Succession Act". 

29   The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy 
Regulation (AR 186/2008) is amended in section 16(d) by 
striking out "Wills Act, section 52" and substituting "Wills and 
Succession Act, section 54".

30   The Alberta Chicken Producers Marketing Regulation 
(AR 3/2000) is amended in section 31(7)(b) by striking out 
"Intestate Succession Act" and substituting "Wills and Succession 
Act".

31   The Credit Union (Principal) Regulation (AR 249/89) is 
amended in section 43.6(4) by striking out "section 47 of the 
Trustee Act" and substituting "section 71 of the Wills and 
Succession Act". 

32   The Public Sector Pension Plans (Legislative 
Provisions) Regulation (AR 365/93) is amended in section 
12(1) and (4) by striking out "section 47 of the Trustee Act" and 
substituting "section 71 of the Wills and Succession Act". 

33   The Teachers' Pension Plans (Legislative Provisions) 
Regulation (AR 204/95) is amended
	(a)	in section 16(1) and (4) by striking out "section 47 of 
the Trustee Act" and substituting "section 71 of the Wills 
and Succession Act";
	(b)	by repealing section 23 and substituting the 
following:
Dis-application of Trustee Act and  
Wills and Succession Act
23   The Trustee Act, other than sections 1, 41 and 43 of it, and 
the Wills and Succession Act, other than section 71 of it, do not 
apply with respect to the Board or its members.
34   The Oil Sands Royalty Review Regulation (AR 223/2008) 
is amended by repealing section 45(6)(b) and substituting 
the following:
	(b)	the amount of 
	(i)	any deficiency payable under section 33(13), or
	(ii)	any overpayment of royalty compensation
	(A)	payable in respect of a post-payout Period of a 
Project by the operator of the Project to the Crown 
in respect of oil sands products recovered from the 
development area of the Project, other than an 
amount described in subclause (i) or clause (a), 
and
	(B)	identified in a recalculation by the Minister under 
the Act,
		computed from the day following the last day of the 4th 
month following the Period in respect of which the 
deficiency is payable or the overpayment has been paid, 
respectively,

35   The Crown's Right of Recovery Amendment Regulation 
(AR 15/2012) is amended in section 2 by striking out 
"March 31" wherever it occurs and substituting "April 30".

36   The Trustee Act Regulation (AR 228/2008) is repealed. 

37   The Alberta Corporate Income Tax Amendment Act, 
1990 Regulation (AR 229/90) is repealed.

38   The Tool and Die Maker Trade Rescission of 
Designation Regulation (AR 88/2009) is repealed.

39   The Warehousing Occupation Repeal Regulation 
(AR 123/2010) is repealed.

40   The Fee Reduction Regulation (AR 44/2000) is repealed.



Alberta Regulation 32/2012
Body Armour Control Act
BODY ARMOUR CONTROL REGULATION
Filed: February 24, 2012
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 065/2012) 
on February 23, 2012 pursuant to section 24 of the Body Armour Control Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Equipment exemption
	2	Individual exemption
	3	Application for or renewal of permit
	4	Permit fee
	5	Term of permit
	6	Terms and conditions of permit
	7	Permit card
	8	Collection of personal information
	9	Registrar's powers
	10	Disposal of body armour
	11	Expiry


	12	Coming into force
Equipment exemption
1   The following types of equipment are not subject to this Regulation 
or the Act:
	(a)	medieval or historical personal armour or a reproduction of 
medieval or historical personal armour that is designed, 
intended for use and worn by an individual for the purposes 
of a historical re-enactment or a sporting event in which such 
equipment is required;
	(b)	medieval or historical personal armour or a reproduction of 
medieval or historical personal armour that is
	(i)	on display for viewing purposes,
	(ii)	for sale to museums and collectors,
	(iii)	in the possession of an individual, organization or 
business for research or restoration, or
	(iv)	intended and used for collection, display, costuming or 
decoration;
	(c)	personal armour or equipment or a reproduction of personal 
armour or equipment that is considered to be a historic 
object, as defined in the Historical Resources Act, that is 
collected and stored by a museum.
Individual exemption
2   The following individuals or classes of individuals are exempt from 
the requirement to hold a permit under this Regulation and the Act:
	(a)	public officers as defined in section 117.07 of the Criminal 
Code (Canada);
	(b)	individuals or museums who are collectors of medieval or 
historical armour or reproductions of medieval or historical 
armour for the purposes of collecting medieval or historical 
armour or reproductions of medieval or historical armour;
	(c)	manufacturers of reproductions of medieval or historical 
armour for the purposes of manufacturing reproductions of 
medieval or historical armour;
	(d)	individuals involved in farming or ranching operations, while 
engaged in farming or ranching operations;
	(e)	individuals performing in an exhibition, stampede, rodeo, fair 
or sporting event.
Application for or renewal of permit
3   An application for a permit or for the renewal of a permit must be 
accompanied by
	(a)	a statement signed by the applicant showing what, if any, 
criminal charges, convictions or investigations there are 
concerning the applicant,
	(b)	a colour, passport-sized photograph of the applicant taken no 
earlier than 3 months before the date the application is made 
and notarized by a person authorized by the Registrar, and
	(c)	any other information requested by the Registrar.
Permit fee
4   An application for a permit or for the renewal of a permit must 
include a $50 permit fee for a one-year permit and $100 for a 2-year 
permit.
Term of permit
5   A permit may be issued for a term of up to 2 years.
Terms and conditions of permit
6   The Registrar may issue a permit subject to any terms and 
conditions the Registrar considers appropriate.
Permit card
7   The Registrar shall issue a permit card to each permit holder that 
includes the following information:
	(a)	a picture of the permit holder;
	(b)	the name of the permit holder;
	(c)	the permit number;
	(d)	the expiry date of the permit;
	(e)	the terms and conditions of the permit on the back of the 
permit card.
Collection of personal information
8   For the purposes of making and approving applications, reviewing, 
cancelling, suspending or imposing terms and conditions on permits 
and administering the Act the Registrar may, in accordance with 
sections 33 and 34 of the Freedom of Information and Protection of 
Privacy Act, collect personal information, including the following 
types of information:
	(a)	matters relating to permits, including 
	(i)	an application for or renewal of a permit,
	(ii)	the refusal to issue or renew a permit,
	(iii)	the decision to cancel or suspend a permit,
	(iv)	the decision to impose terms and conditions on a permit,
	(v)	criminal record checks,
	(vi)	international criminal record checks,
	(vii)	information held by law enforcement agencies, and
	(viii)	information held by government agencies;
	(b)	matters relating to complaints under sections 18 and 19 of the 
Act.
Registrar's powers
9   If a permit holder fails to comply with section 10 of the Act, the 
Registrar may cancel or suspend the individual's permit or impose 
additional terms and conditions on the individual's permit.
Disposal of body armour
10(1)  When a permit expires or is cancelled or suspended, the owner 
of the body armour must 
	(a)	surrender the permit to the Registrar, and
	(b)	provide evidence satisfactory to the Registrar that the body 
armour has been
	(i)	sold or given to a person who holds a valid permit or to 
a person who is exempt from the requirement to hold a 
permit, or
	(ii)	destroyed.
(2)  If the Registrar suspends a permit for a period of time, the permit 
holder must, immediately or within the time period specified by the 
Registrar, surrender the permit and the body armour to the Registrar or 
to a police service for that period.
Expiry
11   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for 
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be 
repassed in its present or an amended form following a review, this 
Regulation expires on October 31, 2015.
Coming into force
12   This Regulation comes into force on the coming into force of the 
Body Armour Control Act.


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Alberta Regulation 33/2012
School Act
CHARTER SCHOOLS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: February 27, 2012
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Education (M.O. 1/2012) on 
February 17, 2012 pursuant to section 37 of the School Act. 
1   The Charter Schools Regulation (AR 212/2002) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 3 is amended by adding the following after 
subsection (13):
(13.1)  Notwithstanding subsections (2), (7) and (13), the Minister 
may extend the time by which an application referred to in those 
subsections must be submitted if, in the Minister's opinion, an 
extension is warranted.

3   Section 7 is amended by adding the following after 
subsection (1):
(1.1)  Notwithstanding subsection (1), the Minister may extend the 
time by which a charter board may apply to the Minister for a 
renewal of the charter if, in the Minister's opinion, an extension is 
warranted.

4   The following is added after section 7:
Long-term renewal of charter
7.1(1)  Notwithstanding section 7(4), a charter may be renewed for 
a term of 15 years if the Minister is satisfied that
	(a)	student achievement at the charter school is consistently 
strong or improving,
	(b)	there are multiple indicators of the charter school's ongoing 
commitment to engaging students, teachers, parents and 
community members in a model of continuous improvement,
	(c)	there is evidence that the charter board is working 
collaboratively with stakeholders and is demonstrating broad 
and sustained levels of community engagement, and
	(d)	there is evidence that the charter school uses 
research-informed practices to create innovative learning 
environments and improve student learning outcomes.
(2)  Notwithstanding section 7(3), if the Minister approves a renewal 
term of 15 years, the Minister shall conduct an evaluation of the 
charter school during the 12th year of the renewal term.
(3)  Section 7, except subsection (4), applies to an application for a 
15-year renewal term under this section.
5   Section 19 is amended by striking out "June 30, 2012" and 
substituting "August 31, 2014".


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Alberta Regulation 34/2012
Pharmacy and Drug Act
SCHEDULED DRUGS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: February 27, 2012
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Health and Wellness (M.O. 07/2012) 
on February 22, 2012 pursuant to section 34 of the Pharmacy and Drugs Act. 
1   The Scheduled Drugs Regulation (AR 66/2007) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Sections 2(1)(c) and 3(2)(w) are repealed.


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Alberta Regulation 35/2012
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
ALBERTA PORK PRODUCERS' COMMISSION 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: February 28, 2012
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Pork Producers' Development 
Corporation on January 26, 2012 pursuant to section 26 of the Marketing of 
Agricultural Products Act and approved by the Alberta Agricultural Products 
Marketing Council on January 27, 2012 pursuant to section 29 of the Marketing of 
Agricultural Products Act.
1   The Alberta Pork Producers' Commission Regulation 
(AR 285/96) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1 is amended
	(a)	by adding the following after clause (a):
	(a.1)	"approved swine identification" means swine 
identification as approved by the Corporation;
	(b)	by repealing clause (c.2);
	(c)	by repealing clause (d);
	(d)	by adding the following after clause (i):
	(i.1)	"premises" means a premises where one or more hogs 
are produced or marketed, and includes all buildings 
and land occupied or used in the production or 
marketing of hogs;
	(i.2)	"premises identification account" means a unique 
identifying account assigned by the Minister pursuant to 
the Traceability Premises Identification Regulation 
(AR 200/2008) under the Animal Health Act;
	(i.3)	"premises identification number" means a number 
assigned by the Minister pursuant to the Traceability 
Premises Identification Regulation (AR 200/2008) 
under the Animal Health Act;
	(e)	by adding the following after clause (k):
	(k.1)	"producer registration number" means the registration 
number issued by the Corporation to a registered 
producer;

3   Section 3(3) is amended by striking out "to determine 
whether a licence should be granted." and substituting the 
following:
	(a)	to determine whether a licence should be granted, or
	(b)	for the purposes of the traceability system established 
pursuant to the Animal Health Act.

4   Section 5(a) is amended by adding the following after 
clause (i):
	(i.1)	any provision of a regulation respecting traceability under the 
Animal Health Act,
	(i.2)	section 37(1) of the Animal Health Act or section 136 or 140 
of the Traffic Safety Act in respect of the production for 
inspection of records relating to the transportation of hogs,

5   Section 9 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Licence suspended, revoked, not renewed
9   The Corporation may suspend or revoke or refuse to renew any 
licence if in the opinion of the Corporation the holder of the licence 
or the applicant for renewal has failed to observe, perform or carry 
out
	(a)	the provisions of the Act, the Plan or any regulation or order 
or direction of the Council or the Corporation,
	(b)	the requirements of section 37 of the Animal Health Act or 
section 136 or 140 of the Traffic Safety Act in respect of the 
production for inspection of records relating to the 
transportation of hogs, or
	(c)	any provision of a regulation under the Animal Health Act 
dealing with traceability.

6   Section 12 is amended
	(a)	by repealing subsection (1) and substituting the 
following:
Hog information
12(1)  A licence holder must maintain a complete and accurate 
record of all matters relating to the activity authorized by the 
licence, including any of the following records and documents 
that are pertinent to the activity authorized by the licence:
	(a)	hog sales records showing
	(i)	the number of hogs sold and the approved swine 
identification of each hog,
	(ii)	the date of the sale,
	(iii)	the name and licence number of the purchaser,
	(iv)	the premises identification number for the 
premises at which the hogs were produced, and
	(v)	an approved manifest or other approved hog 
transport document containing all of the 
information required by regulations respecting 
traceability under the Animal Health Act;
	(b)	hog purchase records showing
	(i)	the number of hogs purchased and the approved 
swine identification of each hog,
	(ii)	the name of the person from whom the hogs were 
purchased,
	(iii)	the name and producer registration number of the 
producer of the hogs,
	(iv)	the date of the purchase, and
	(v)	the premises identification number for the 
premises at which the hogs were produced;
	(c)	transportation records, including manifests and bills of 
lading under the Traffic Safety Act or other hog 
transport documents required by regulations respecting 
traceability under the Animal Health Act.
	(b)	in subsection (2)
	(i)	in clause (b) by adding "and producer registration 
number" after "name";
	(ii)	in clause (c) by striking out "farm unit registration" 
and substituting "premises identification";
	(iii)	by adding the following after clause (c):
	(d)	the approved swine identification of each hog 
slaughtered on that date;
	(e)	copies of all documents respecting slaughtered 
hogs required to be kept by a processor by 
regulations respecting traceability under the 
Animal Health Act.

7   Section 12.1 is repealed.

8   Section 14 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Producer registration numbers
14(1)  A person who
	(a)	is producing hogs or who intends to produce hogs, or
	(b)	is producing and marketing hogs or intends to produce and 
market hogs
must apply to the Corporation for a producer registration number if 
the person does not hold an existing producer registration number.
(2)  An application under subsection (1) must include the person's 
premises identification number for each premises at which the 
person produces or produces and markets or intends to produce or 
produce and market hogs.
(3)  An investor producer who markets or intends to market hogs 
produced by another producer or producers must apply to the 
Corporation for a producer registration number if the investor 
producer does not hold an existing producer registration number.
(4)  An application under subsection (3) must include the investor 
producer's premises identification number for each premises at 
which the investor producer produces or produces and markets or 
intends to produce or produce and market hogs.
(5)  An application under this section must contain the information 
specified by the Corporation that the Corporation considers 
necessary for the purposes of the Plan, this Regulation and any other 
regulation made under the Act in respect of the Corporation, and any 
information required by regulations respecting traceability under the 
Animal Health Act.
(6)  On receipt of an application that meets the requirements of this 
section, the Corporation shall allocate the appropriate producer 
registration number.
(7)  No fee is payable in respect of an application under this section.
(8)  A person who is allocated a producer registration number under 
this section must forthwith notify the Corporation of any changes to 
the producer registration information provided in the application 
pursuant to which the producer registration number was allocated.

9   Section 15 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Prohibition re producer registration and premises 
identification numbers
15(1)  No person shall produce or market hogs unless the person has 
been allocated 
	(a)	a premises identification account and premises identification 
number issued by the Minister, and
	(b)	a producer registration number and approved swine 
identification issued by the Corporation.
(2)  A producer who markets hogs shall, at the time of marketing, 
provide to the person assembling, transporting, buying, processing or 
receiving the hogs
	(a)	the producer's registration number, the premises 
identification account and premises identification number of 
the premises at which the hogs were produced, and the 
approved swine identification of the hogs, and
	(b)	if the producer is an investor producer, the investor 
producer's registration number and the premises 
identification account and premises identification number of 
the premises at which the hogs were produced, and the 
approved swine identification of the hogs.
(3)  A person shall not assemble, transport, buy, process or receive 
hogs produced in Alberta unless 
	(a)	the hogs were produced and marketed by a person who has 
been allocated the appropriate producer registration number, 
premises identification account and premises identification 
number and approved swine identification of the hogs, and
	(b)	the appropriate producer registration number, premises 
identification account and premises identification number 
and approved swine identification of the hogs referred to in 
subsection (2) are recorded by the person who assembles, 
transports, buys, processes or receives the hogs.

10   Section 16(1) is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
Confidentiality
16(1)  The information obtained by the Corporation under sections 
3(2) and (3) and 12 shall be held in confidence and used only for the 
purposes of ensuring compliance with
	(a)	this and other regulations made under the Act in respect of 
the Plan,
	(b)	the Animal Health Act and regulations made under that Act in 
respect of matters relating to traceability,
	(c)	the Traffic Safety Act and regulations made under that Act in 
respect of the transportation of hogs, and
	(d)	the Alberta Hog Order made under the Agricultural Products 
Marketing Act (Canada).

11   Section 21 is repealed.

12   Section 22 is amended by striking out "September 30, 
2012" and substituting "September 30, 2017".

13   Section 23 is repealed.

14   Schedule 1 is amended in item 7 by adding ", including a 
full description of any location or premises where hogs will be raised 
or kept for any period of time" after "place".

15   Schedule 2 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Schedule 2
A person who sells, transports, assembles, buys or slaughters a hog 
must provide the information applicable to that activity required by 
this Schedule regarding the hogs sold, transported, assembled, bought 
or slaughtered, as the case may be.
A.  Information Required to be Provided by a Person who Sells 
Hogs
1.   Seller's Name: 	
2.   Seller's Producer Registration Number and Premises 	Identification 
Number of premises where the hogs were 	produced: 
		
3.   Is Seller the Producer of the hogs?  Yes____  No____
4.   If No,
	(a)	name, address and Producer Registration Number of 
Producer: 	
	(b)	Premises Identification Number of Producer: 	
5.   Date of sale: 	
6.   Number of hogs sold: 	
7.   Approved swine identification of hogs sold: 	
8.   Purchaser's Name and Producer Registration Number: 	
9.   Signature of Seller or Seller's authorized agent and certification 
	that the information provided is true and correct: 	
B.  Information Required to be Provided by a Person who 
Transports Hogs
1.   Transporter's Name: 	
2.   Transporter's Licence Number: 	
3.   Truck Licence Number: 	
4.   Date hogs were transported: 	
5.   Location and Premises Identification Number where hogs were 
	picked up: 	
6.   Location and Premises Identification Number where hogs were 
	delivered: 	
7.   Name of Producer of the hogs: 	
8.   Producer Registration Number of Producer of the hogs: 	
9.   Approved swine identification of hogs: 	
10.   Number of hogs picked up: 	
11.   Signature of Transporter or Transporter's authorized agent 	and 
	certification that the information provided is true  
	and correct: 	
C.  Information Required to be Provided by an Assembler
1.   Assembler's Name: 	
2.   Assembler's Licence Number: 	
3.   Date hogs were assembled: 	
4.   Approved swine identification of hogs: 	
5.   Name of Producer of assembled hogs: 	
6.   Producer Registration Number of Producer: 	
7.   Number of hogs assembled and Premises Identification Number 	of 
each premises from which the hogs were obtained: 	
8.   Date the hogs left the Assembler's possession: 	
9.   The person to whom the hogs were delivered and the Premises 
	Identification Number of the location to which the hogs 
	were delivered: 	
10.   Signature of Assembler or Assembler's authorized agent and 
	certification that the information provided is true 
	and correct: 	
D.  Information to be Provided by a Person who Buys Hogs
1.   Buyer's Name: 	
2.   Buyer's Licence Number: 	
3.   Date hogs were bought: 	
4.   Name of Producer of hogs: 	
5.   Producer Registration Number and Premises Identification 	Number 
of Producer of hogs: 	
6.   Approved swine identification of hogs: 	
7.   Is Buyer a Processor?      Yes_______     No_______
8.   If No, name and address of person to whom the Buyer 	delivered 
the hogs: 	
9.   Signature of Buyer or Buyer's authorized agent and 	certification 
that the information provided is true 
	and correct: 	
E.  Information to be Provided by a Person who Slaughters 
Hogs
1.   Processor's Name: 	
2.   Processor's Address: 	
3.   Name, Premises Identification Number and Producer 	Registration 
Number of Producer that produced the slaughtered 	hogs: 
	
4.   Approved swine identification of the slaughtered hogs: 	
5.   Date the hogs were delivered to the Processor: 	
6.   Date the hogs were slaughtered: 	
7.   Signature of Processor or Processor's authorized agent  
	and certification that the information provided is true 
	and correct: 	

16   Schedule 4 is amended 
	(a)	in item 2 by adding "and Producer Registration Number" 
after "Name";
	(b)	in item 3 by striking out "Farm Unit Registration" and 
substituting "Premises Identification";
	(c)	in item 5 by adding "and approved swine identification of 
hogs" after "purchased".

17   Schedule 5 is amended by striking out item 2 and 
substituting the following:
2.  The Premises Identification Number of the premises where the hogs 
were produced is   (insert Premises Identification Number)  . 


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Alberta Regulation 36/2012
Government Organization Act
TRANSPORTATION GRANTS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: February 29, 2012
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 073/2012) 
on February 28, 2012 pursuant to section 13 of the Government Organization Act. 
1   The Transportation Grants Regulation (AR 79/2003) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 11 is amended by striking out "March 31, 2012" 
and substituting "March 31, 2017".


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Alberta Regulation 37/2012
Government Organization Act
BOILERS DELEGATED ADMINISTRATION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: February 29, 2012
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 074/2012) 
on February 28, 2012 pursuant to Schedule 10 of the Government Organization Act. 
1   The Boilers Delegated Administration Regulation 
(AR 32/2002) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 10 is amended by striking out "March 30, 2012" 
and substituting "March 30, 2017".


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Alberta Regulation 38/2012
Municipal Government Act
CAPITAL REGION BOARD REGULATION
Filed: February 29, 2012
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 075/2012) 
on February 28, 2012 pursuant to section 603 of the Municipal Government Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
Part 1 
Capital Region Board
	2	Establishment of Board
	3	Mandate of Board
	4	Chair of Board
	5	Voting rights of representatives
	6	Powers and duties of Board
	7	Delegation
	8	Bylaws
	9	Annual report of Board
Part 2 
Preparation of Capital Region 
Growth Plan
	10	Preparation of Plan
	11	Objectives of Plan
	12	Contents of Plan
	13	Approval of Plan
	14	Effective date of Plan
Part 3 
Effect of Capital Region Growth Plan
	15	Application of Part
	16	Limitation of Plan
	17	Actions must conform with Plan
	18	Plan prevails
	19	Conformity with Plan
Part 4 
Approval of Statutory Plans
	20	Application of Part
	21	Regional Evaluation Framework
	22	Approval of statutory plans
Part 5 
General Matters
	23	Effect of Regulation on existing statutory plans
	24	Information must be provided
	25	Dispute resolution
	26	Matters before the Municipal Government Board
	27	Limitation of actions
	28	No remedy
	29	Proceedings barred
	30	No expropriation or injurious affection
	31	Regulation prevails
	32	Ministerial orders
	33	Expiry 
	34	Coming into force 
 
Schedule
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Act" means the Municipal Government Act;
	(b)	"Capital Region" means the lands lying within the 
boundaries of the participating municipalities;
	(c)	"Capital Region Board" means the Capital Region Board 
established by section 2;
	(d)	"Capital Region Growth Plan" means an integrated growth 
management plan for the Capital Region, including any 
amendments to that plan, approved by the Minister under 
section 13;
	(e)	"Framework" means the Regional Evaluation Framework, 
including any amendments to the Framework, established by 
the Minister under section 21;
	(f)	"Minister" means the Minister responsible for the Act;
	(g)	"municipal agreement" means an agreement entered into by a 
participating municipality;
	(h)	"participating municipality" means a municipality listed in 
the Schedule;
	(i)	"representative" means a representative on the Capital 
Region Board;
	(j)	"statutory plan" means
	(i)	a statutory plan as defined in section 616(dd) of the Act, 
or
	(ii)	an amendment to a statutory plan referred to in 
subclause (i).
Part 1 
Capital Region Board
Establishment of Board
2(1)  The Capital Region Board is established.
(2)  The Capital Region Board is a corporation consisting of 
	(a)	the participating municipalities, as represented by the persons 
appointed by the participating municipalities under 
subsection (3) or designated by subsection (5),
	(b)	the persons appointed by the Lieutenant Governor in Council 
under subsection (7), and
	(c)	if applicable, the interim chair appointed under section 4(2).
(3)  Each participating municipality shall appoint
	(a)	a person to represent the participating municipality on the 
Capital Region Board, and
	(b)	a person to act in the representative's place in the event of the 
representative's temporary absence or temporary inability to 
act.
(4)  A representative appointed under subsection (3) must be a 
councillor of the participating municipality that appointed that 
representative.
(5)  Until a participating municipality appoints a representative under 
subsection (3), the chief elected official of the participating 
municipality is designated as that municipality's representative.
(6)  If the representative of a participating municipality that is a town 
or village is unable to attend a meeting of the Capital Region Board, 
the Capital Region Board, on the request of the participating 
municipality, shall provide for an alternative method of representation 
for the participating municipality at that meeting.
(7)  The Lieutenant Governor in Council may appoint one or more 
persons to represent the Government of Alberta on the Capital Region 
Board, but those persons do not have voting rights.
Mandate of Board
3   The Capital Region Board shall
	(a)	prepare a proposed Capital Region Growth Plan in 
accordance with Part 2,
	(b)	advise and make recommendations to the Minister regarding 
the preparation and implementation of the Capital Region 
Growth Plan,
	(c)	facilitate the resolution of issues arising from the preparation 
and implementation of the Capital Region Growth Plan,
	(d)	implement policies for the sharing of costs among the 
participating municipalities for regional projects of the 
Capital Region, and
	(e)	carry out any other functions and duties as the Minister 
directs.
Chair of Board
4(1)  The representatives appointed under section 2(3) or designated 
by section 2(5) shall elect from among themselves a chair of the 
Capital Region Board, whose term expires on the date the chair's 
current term as a councillor expires.
(2)  Despite subsection (1), the Minister may by order appoint an 
interim chair of the Capital Region Board for a term specified by the 
Minister.
(3)  If the Minister appoints an interim chair, the term of the chair 
elected under subsection (1) commences on the day after the day the 
interim chair's term expires.
(4)  The interim chair does not have voting rights.
Voting rights of representatives
5(1)  Subject to sections 2(7) and 4(4), each representative has one 
vote.
(2)  If a decision of the Capital Region Board is to be made by a vote, 
the decision must be supported by not fewer than 17 representatives 
from participating municipalities that collectively have at least 75% of 
the population in the Capital Region.
(3)  Subject to section 2(6), if a representative is not present when a 
vote of the Capital Region Board is taken, or abstains from voting, the 
representative is deemed to have voted in the affirmative.
Powers and duties of Board
6(1)  Section 602.08 and Divisions 3 and 4 of Part 15.1 of the Act 
apply with any necessary modifications in respect of the Capital 
Region Board as if it were a regional services commission.
(2)  Divisions 3 and 4 of Part 15.1 of the Act apply with any necessary 
modifications in respect of the representatives appointed under section 
2(3) or designated by section 2(5) as if those representatives were 
directors of a regional services commission.
(3)  The Capital Region Board is deemed to be a regional services 
commission for the purposes of
	(a)	the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, 
and
	(b)	the Alberta Capital Finance Authority Act.
Delegation
7(1)  Subject to subsection (2), the Capital Region Board may delegate 
any of its powers, duties or functions under this Regulation to another 
person.
(2)  The Capital Region Board may not delegate 
	(a)	the power to make bylaws;
	(b)	the power to borrow money;
	(c)	the power to adopt budgets;
	(d)	the power to approve financial statements.
Bylaws
8(1)  The Capital Region Board may make bylaws respecting its 
conduct and affairs, including, without limitation, rules and procedures 
for dealing with matters before the Capital Region Board.
(2)  A bylaw made under subsection (1) does not come into force until 
it has been approved by the Minister.
(3)  The Regulations Act does not apply to a bylaw made under 
subsection (1).
Annual report of Board
9(1)  The Capital Region Board shall submit a report before May 1 of 
each year to the Minister summarizing its activities during the 
preceding calendar year.
(2)  On receiving the report under subsection (1), the Minister shall lay 
a copy of it before the Legislative Assembly if it is then sitting or, if it 
is not then sitting, within 15 days after the commencement of the next 
sitting.
Part 2 
Preparation of Capital Region 
Growth Plan
Preparation of Plan
10   The Capital Region Board shall, within the time and in the form 
and manner specified by the Minister, prepare and submit to the 
Minister a proposed Capital Region Growth Plan.
Objectives of Plan
11   The objectives of the Capital Region Growth Plan are
	(a)	to promote an integrated and strategic approach to planning 
for future growth in the Capital Region;
	(b)	to identify the overall development pattern and key future 
infrastructure investments that would
	(i)	best complement existing infrastructure, services and 
land uses in the Capital Region, and
	(ii)	maximize benefits to the Capital Region;
	(c)	to co-ordinate decisions in the Capital Region to sustain 
economic growth and ensure strong communities and a 
healthy environment.
Contents of Plan
12(1)  Except as otherwise specified by the Minister, a proposed 
Capital Region Growth Plan must contain the following:
	(a)	a comprehensive, integrated regional land use plan for the 
Capital Region that includes the following:
	(i)	population and employment projections;
	(ii)	the identification of
	(A)	priority growth areas,
	(B)	land supply for residential, commercial and 
industrial purposes,
	(C)	agricultural lands,
	(D)	buffer areas,
	(E)	density of development, and
	(F)	the development and location of infrastructure;
	(iii)	the identification of corridors for recreation, 
transportation, utilities and intermunicipal transit;
	(iv)	policies regarding environmentally sensitive areas;
	(v)	policies for the co-ordination of planning and 
development among the participating municipalities;
	(vi)	specific actions to be taken by the participating 
municipalities to implement the land use plan;
	(b)	a regional intermunicipal transit network plan for the Capital 
Region that includes the following:
	(i)	the decision-making process to approve the regional 
intermunicipal transit network;
	(ii)	procedures for implementing the delivery of regional 
intermunicipal transit services;
	(iii)	provision for special transit services for persons with 
disabilities;
	(iv)	methods for reviewing and monitoring the regional 
intermunicipal transit network plan;
	(c)	a plan to co-ordinate geographic information services for the 
Capital Region that includes the following:
	(i)	the protocols and the methods for collecting, storing and 
accessing data;
	(ii)	the protocols and the methods for compiling and 
analyzing information;
	(iii)	standardized terminology and standards for mapping 
capabilities for the participating municipalities;
	(d)	a plan regarding social and market affordable housing 
requirements for the Capital Region that includes 
recommendations with respect to the following:
	(i)	the general location of social housing;
	(ii)	options to increase market affordable housing.
(2)  In preparing a proposed Capital Region Growth Plan, the Capital 
Region Board may also have regard to any matter relating to the 
physical, social or economic development of the Capital Region.
Approval of Plan
13(1)  On receiving a proposed Capital Region Growth Plan from the 
Capital Region Board, the Minister may by order approve it or reject it.
(2)  If the Minister rejects the proposed Capital Region Growth Plan, 
the Minister may return it to the Capital Region Board with 
suggestions for changes and directions on how to proceed.
(3)  The Capital Region Growth Plan is not a regulation within the 
meaning of the Regulations Act.
Effective date of Plan
14   The Capital Region Growth Plan takes effect on the date specified 
by the Minister.
Part 3 
Effect of Capital Region Growth Plan
Application of Part
15   This Part applies only after the Capital Region Growth Plan takes 
effect.
Limitation of Plan
16   Despite anything to the contrary in this Regulation, the Capital 
Region Growth Plan is of no effect to the extent it directs the 
Government of Alberta to expend funds, to commit to funding 
arrangements or to undertake particular actions or adopt particular 
policies or programs.
Actions must conform with Plan
17(1)  Despite any other enactment, no participating municipality shall 
take any of the following actions that conflict with the Capital Region 
Growth Plan:
	(a)	undertake a public work, improvement, structure or other 
thing;
	(b)	adopt a statutory plan;
	(c)	make a bylaw or pass a resolution;
	(d)	enter into a municipal agreement.
(2)  If the Capital Region Board finds that a participating municipality 
has taken an action described in subsection (1)(a) that conflicts with 
the Capital Region Growth Plan, the Capital Region Board may, by 
written notice to the participating municipality, order the participating 
municipality to stop the action within the time set out in the notice.
(3)  If the participating municipality fails or refuses to comply with a 
notice under subsection (2), the Capital Region Board may apply to the 
Court of Queen's Bench for an injunction or other order.
(4)  The Court of Queen's Bench may grant or refuse the injunction or 
other order or may make any order that in the opinion of the Court is 
just in the circumstances.
Plan prevails
18   Despite any other enactment, the Capital Region Growth Plan 
prevails in the event of a conflict between the Capital Region Growth 
Plan and a statutory plan, bylaw, resolution or municipal agreement of 
a participating municipality.
Conformity with Plan
19(1)  The council of a participating municipality shall amend every 
statutory plan and bylaw as necessary to conform with the Capital 
Region Growth Plan no later than the date specified by the Minister.
(2)  If the council of a participating municipality fails to amend a 
statutory plan or bylaw in accordance with subsection (1), the statutory 
plan or bylaw is deemed to be invalid to the extent that it conflicts with 
the Capital Region Growth Plan.
(3)  The Minister may, in respect of a municipal agreement entered 
into by a participating municipality that conflicts with the Capital 
Region Growth Plan, require the council of the participating 
municipality, to the extent possible under the terms of the municipal 
agreement,
	(a)	to amend the municipal agreement so that it conforms to the 
Capital Region Growth Plan, or
	(b)	to terminate the municipal agreement.
(4)  If the council of a participating municipality fails to amend or 
terminate a municipal agreement when required to do so by the 
Minister under subsection (3), the municipal agreement is deemed to 
be invalid to the extent that it conflicts with the Capital Region Growth 
Plan.
(5)  This section applies only to statutory plans adopted, bylaws made 
and municipal agreements entered into after April 15, 2008.
Part 4 
Approval of Statutory Plans
Application of Part
20   This Part applies to statutory plans only after a Regional 
Evaluation Framework is established by the Minister under section 21.
Regional Evaluation Framework
21(1)  The Minister may by order establish a Regional Evaluation 
Framework containing
	(a)	criteria to be used to determine whether a statutory plan must 
be submitted for approval under section 22(1),
	(b)	procedures for submitting statutory plans for approval under 
section 22(1), and
	(c)	the criteria and procedures to be followed by the Capital 
Region Board in evaluating and approving statutory plans.
(2)  If the Minister establishes a Framework, the Minister shall provide 
a copy of it to each participating municipality.
(3)  The Framework is not a regulation within the meaning of the 
Regulations Act.
Approval of statutory plans
22(1)  Statutory plans to be adopted by a participating municipality 
that meet the criteria set out in the Framework must be submitted to the 
Capital Region Board for approval.
(2)  The Capital Region Board may, in accordance with the 
Framework, approve or reject a statutory plan.
(3)  A statutory plan referred to in subsection (1) has no effect unless it 
is approved by the Capital Region Board under subsection (2).
(4)  Except as provided in the Framework, a participating municipality 
has no right to a hearing before the Capital Region Board in respect of 
its approval or rejection of a statutory plan.
(5)  A decision of the Capital Region Board under this section is final 
and not subject to appeal.
(6)  This section applies only to statutory plans to be adopted by a 
participating municipality after the establishment of the Framework.
Part 5 
General Matters
Effect of Regulation on existing statutory plans
23   For greater certainty, except as provided in Parts 3 and 4 of this 
Regulation and Part 17 of the Act, all statutory plans of a participating 
municipality that were in effect on April 15, 2008 and have not been 
repealed before the coming into force of this Regulation remain in full 
force and effect.
Information must be provided
24(1)  The chief elected official of a participating municipality shall, 
when required in writing by the Capital Region Board to do so, provide 
the Capital Region Board with information about the participating 
municipality that the Capital Region Board requires.
(2)  A person who contravenes subsection (1) is guilty of an offence 
and liable to a fine of $10 000 or to imprisonment for a term of not 
more than one year, or to both a fine and imprisonment.
Dispute resolution
25(1)  A participating municipality may make a complaint in writing 
to the Capital Region Board if the participating municipality is of the 
view that there has been a breach of process, improper administration 
or discriminatory treatment by the Capital Region Board.
(2)  On receipt of a complaint under subsection (1), the Capital Region 
Board shall attempt to resolve the complaint informally with the 
participating municipality.
(3)  If a complaint cannot be resolved under subsection (2), the Capital 
Region Board may refer the matter to mediation.
(4)  If the parties are not able to resolve the matter through mediation, 
the Capital Region Board may refer the matter to arbitration under the 
Arbitration Act.
Matters before the Municipal Government Board
26(1)  If under the Act
	(a)	a matter relating to land within the Capital Region is 
appealed to the Municipal Government Board, or
	(b)	the Municipal Government Board is considering an 
application for an annexation involving 2 or more 
participating municipalities,
the Minister may by order direct the Municipal Government Board to 
defer its consideration of the matter.
(2)  When the Minister makes an order under subsection (1), all steps 
in the appeal or application, as the case may be, are stayed as of the 
date of the order until the Minister gives notice to the Municipal 
Government Board that the appeal or application may be continued.
(3)  This section applies to an appeal or application commenced after 
April 15, 2008.
Limitation of actions
27   No cause of action arises as a result of
	(a)	the enactment of this Regulation,
	(b)	the making of an order under this Regulation, or
	(c)	anything done or omitted to be done in accordance with this 
Regulation.
No remedy
28   No costs, compensation or damages are owing or payable to any 
person, and no remedy, including in contract, restitution or trust, is 
available to any person in connection with anything referred to in 
section 27.
Proceedings barred
29   No proceedings, including any proceedings in contract, restitution 
or trust, that are based on anything referred to in section 27 may be 
brought or maintained against any person.
No expropriation or injurious affection
30   Nothing done or omitted to be done in accordance with this 
Regulation or an order made under it constitutes an expropriation or 
injurious affection for the purposes of the Expropriation Act or 
otherwise.
Regulation prevails
31   In the event of a conflict between this Regulation and any other 
enactment, other than the Act, this Regulation prevails.
Ministerial orders
32(1)  In addition to any other orders the Minister may make under 
this Regulation, the Minister may make any one or more of the 
following orders:
	(a)	an order providing for transitional matters related to the 
coming into force of this Regulation;
	(b)	an order respecting the requisition of operating and capital 
costs of the Capital Region Board;
	(c)	an order respecting the management, duties and functions of 
the Capital Region Board;
	(d)	an order respecting the records to be kept by the Capital 
Region Board and the manner in which they are to be kept 
and respecting which reports are to be submitted to the 
Minister;
	(e)	an order providing for any other matter that the Minister 
considers necessary for carrying out the purposes of this 
Regulation.
(2)  In addition to the orders the Minister may make under subsection 
(1), the Minister may by order take any action that the Capital Region 
Board may or must take under this Regulation.
(3)  If there is a conflict between an order made by the Minister under 
subsection (2) and an action taken by the Capital Region Board, the 
Minister's order prevails.
(4)  The Regulations Act does not apply to an order made under this 
Regulation.
Expiry
33   This Regulation is made in accordance with section 603(1) of the 
Act and is subject to repeal in accordance with section 603(2) of the 
Act.
Coming into force
34   This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 2012.
Schedule    
 
Participating Municipalities
	(a)	Town of Beaumont;
	(b)	Town of Bon Accord;
	(c)	Town of Bruderheim;
	(d)	Town of Calmar;
	(e)	Town of Devon;
	(f)	City of Edmonton;
	(g)	City of Fort Saskatchewan;
	(h)	Town of Gibbons;
	(i)	Lamont County;
	(j)	Town of Lamont;
	(k)	City of Leduc;
	(l)	Leduc County;
	(m)	Town of Legal;
	(n)	Town of Morinville;
	(o)	Parkland County;
	(p)	Town of Redwater;
	(q)	City of St. Albert;
	(r)	City of Spruce Grove;
	(s)	Town of Stony Plain;
	(t)	Strathcona County;
	(u)	Sturgeon County;
	(v)	Village of Thorsby;
	(w)	Village of Wabamun;
	(x)	Village of Warburg.


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Alberta Regulation 39/2012
Safety Codes Act
CERTIFICATION AND PERMIT AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: February 29, 2012
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 076/2012) 
on February 28, 2012 pursuant to section 65 of the Safety Codes Act. 
1   The Certification and Permit Regulation (AR 295/2009) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 2 is amended by striking out "certifications of 
competencies" and substituting "certificates of competency".

3   Section 4 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Master electrician 
4(1)  The Administrator may issue a master electrician certificate of 
competency to an applicant who
	(a)	holds a trade certificate as defined in section 1(o)(i) or (ii) of 
the Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act in the trade of 
electrician,
	(b)	has, in the 5 years preceding the application,
	(i)	worked a minimum of 3 years in the electrical industry 
under a trade certificate referred to in clause (a), or
	(ii)	been actively engaged in electrical contracting for a 
minimum of 3 years under a restricted master electrician 
certificate,
	(c)	has paid the appropriate fee, and
	(d)	has attained a mark of at least 75% in a master electrician 
examination approved by the Administrator.
(2)  The Administrator may issue a master electrician certificate of 
competency to an applicant who
	(a)	satisfies the Administrator that the applicant holds a 
certificate that was issued in a jurisdiction other than Alberta 
and that is substantively equivalent to a master electrician 
certificate of competency,
	(b)	has paid the appropriate fee, and
	(c)	has attained a mark of at least 75% in an examination 
approved by the Administrator respecting the legislation 
applicable to electricians in Alberta. 
(3)  An examination fee may be refunded if, for any reason 
satisfactory to the Administrator, a person is unable to take the 
examination after having paid the examination fee.
(4)  The Administrator may renew a master electrician certificate of 
competency issued under subsection (1) or (2) if the holder of the 
certificate 
	(a)	has paid the appropriate fee, and
	(b)	has completed, to the satisfaction of the Administrator, any 
code update training that the Administrator requires the 
holder to complete.
(5)  The Administrator may, in a master electrician certificate of 
competency issued under subsection (2), specify that the maximum 
voltage between conductors and the maximum capacity of the 
electrical systems for which the holder of the certificate may obtain a 
permit are the same as the maximums that are authorized by the 
certificate referred to in subsection (2)(a).
(6)  The term of a master electrician certificate of competency issued 
or renewed under this section is one year from the date of the 
issuance or renewal unless the Administrator specifies a longer term.

4   Section 5 is amended by adding the following after 
subsection (3):
(3.1)  The term of a certificate renewed under this section is one year 
from the date of the renewal unless the Administrator specifies a 
longer term.


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Alberta Regulation 40/2012
Safety Codes Act
PERMIT AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: February 29, 2012
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 077/2012) 
on February 28, 2012 pursuant to section 65 of the Safety Codes Act. 
1   The Permit Regulation (AR 204/2007) is amended by this 
Regulation.

2   Section 1(1) is amended
	(a)	by repealing clause (d) and substituting the 
following:
	(d)	"Alberta Electrical Utility Code" means the Alberta 
Electrical Utility Code declared in force by the 
Electrical Code Regulation (AR 209/2006);
	(b)	by repealing clause (f) and substituting the 
following:
	(f)	"Electrical Code" means the Canadian Electrical Code, 
Part I, declared in force by the Electrical Code 
Regulation (AR 209/2006);



Alberta Regulation 41/2012
Alberta Housing Act
LODGE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: February 29, 2012
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Seniors (M.O. 003/2012) on February 
23, 2012 pursuant to section 34 of the Alberta Housing Act.
1   The Lodge Assistance Program Regulation (AR 406/94) 
is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 5 is amended by striking out "March 31, 2012" and 
substituting "March 31, 2017".