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Alberta Regulation 151/2012
Missing Persons Act
MISSING PERSONS REGULATION
Filed: September 7, 2012
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 276/2012) 
on September 6, 2012 pursuant to section 14 of the Missing Persons Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definition
	2	Disclosure of information to parent of missing minor
	3	Disclosure of information to guardian of represented adult
	4	Practice and procedure
	5	Non-compliance with this Regulation
	6	Method of service
	7	Retention and disposal of records
	8	Forms
	9	Expiry
	10	Coming into force 
 
Schedule
Definition
1   In this Regulation, 
	(a)	"Act" means the Missing Persons Act;
	(b)	"mature minor" means an individual who 
	(i)	is under 18 years of age,
	(ii)	has the ability to understand the nature of the 
information collected under the Act about or pertaining 
to the individual, and 
	(iii)	objects to the disclosure of some or all of the 
information to the individual's parent or guardian and 
understands the consequences of the non-disclosure of 
that information to the individual's parent or guardian;
	(c)	"recorded mail" means recorded mail as defined in the 
Alberta Rules of Court (AR 124/2010).
Disclosure of information to parent of missing minor
2   A police service may release a copy of the records or disclose the 
personal information collected under the Act concerning a missing 
person who is a minor, without the minor's consent, to a parent or 
guardian of that minor after the minor has been located, if
	(a)	the parent or guardian has made a written request to the 
police service for a copy of the records or disclosure of the 
personal information, 
	(b)	the investigating officer believes the release or disclosure 
will protect the safety of the minor,  
	(c)	the commanding officer of the police service agrees that the 
record should be released or the information should be 
disclosed on the basis that the release or disclosure will 
protect the safety of the minor, and
	(d)	the commanding officer does not believe that the minor is a 
mature minor.
Disclosure of information to guardian of represented adult
3   A police service may release a copy of the records or disclose the 
personal information collected under the Act of a missing person who 
is a represented adult under the Adult Guardianship and Trusteeship 
Act, without the represented adult's consent, to a guardian of the 
represented adult, after the represented adult has been located, if
	(a)	the guardian has made a written request for a copy of the 
records or disclosure of the personal information, 
	(b)	the investigating officer believes the release or disclosure 
will protect the safety of the represented adult, and
	(c)	the commanding officer of the police service agrees that the 
records should be released or the information should be 
disclosed on the basis that the release or disclosure will 
protect the safety of the represented adult. 
Practice and procedure
4   In any matter not provided for in the Act or this Regulation, a 
justice of the peace may
	(a)	follow the Alberta Rules of Court (AR 124/2010) and the 
procedures of the Court of Queen's Bench, and
	(b)	give directions respecting any practice or procedure in the 
Court or when hearing an application under the Act.
Non-compliance with this Regulation
5   No proceeding shall be defeated on the ground of an alleged defect 
in form.
Method of service
6(1)   Service of a written demand under section 4(1) of the Act or an 
order of a justice of the peace that is required to be served is effected
	(a)	on an individual by delivering it to the individual,
	(b)	in the case of a corporation 
	(i)	by recorded mail,
	(ii)	by leaving it with the individual who is the manager, 
secretary or other executive officer of the corporation or 
the person apparently in charge of a branch office of the 
corporation at an address held out by the corporation to 
be its address, or
	(iii)	by sending it by facsimile or other form of electronic 
transmission to the corporation's last known facsimile 
number or electronic address, if the sender receives 
confirmation that the transmission was successfully 
completed,
	(c)	in the case of an entity who is not a corporation or an 
individual
	(i)	by recorded mail,
	(ii)	by delivering it to an officer or administrator of the 
entity who appears to have management or control 
responsibilities with respect to the entity, or
	(iii)	by sending it by facsimile or other form of electronic 
transmission to the entity's last known facsimile number 
or electronic address, if the sender receives 
confirmation that the transmission was successfully 
completed.
(2)  A justice of the peace, on application and on being satisfied that 
service cannot be made effectively in accordance with subsection (1), 
may by order authorize another method of service.
Retention and disposal of records
7(1)  Records obtained under the authority of the Act
	(a)	are, when the missing person has been safely located, to be 
disposed of within 90 days of the locating of the missing 
person, 
	(b)	may be retained if the missing person is not found or if the 
missing person is found dead, or 
	(c)	may be retained if any further investigations arise or are 
likely to arise regarding the disappearance of the missing 
person until any and all investigations are concluded. 
(2)  Records obtained under the authority of the Act must be securely 
stored so that access to the records is limited to only those members of 
the police service who require access to perform their job function in 
accordance with the Act as determined by the commanding officer of 
the police service.
(3)  When records are disposed of, they are to be disposed of in 
accordance with the methods outlined in the police service's approved 
records retention and disposition schedule for disposition of 
confidential records.
Forms
8   The forms to be used in an application under the Act are the forms 
in the Schedule.
Expiry
9   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 November 30, 2018.
Coming into force
10   This Regulation comes into force on the coming into force of the 
Missing Persons Act.
Schedule 
 
Form 1 
 
Application for Access to Records  
Section 3, Missing Persons Act
	Docket #                           
In the Provincial Court of Alberta 
In the matter of an application under section 3(1)(a) 
of the Missing Persons Act
Regarding the Missing Person
____________________________
Application
1  My name is       (name of applicant)      and I am a member of 
  (police service)   which is conducting an investigation into the 
whereabouts of the named missing person.
2  I am applying for an order authorizing the police service to obtain 
access to or copies of the following records which are needed to 
further the investigation:
?	records containing contact information or identification 
information, and in particular, 
(optional) _______________________________________
?	electronic communication records for the periods of 
  (date and time)   to   (date and time)   including
	?	____________________________________________
	?	telephone records, and in particular, 
(optional) _______________________________________
	?	records related to signals from a wireless device that may 
indicate the location of a wireless device, and in particular, 
(optional) ______________________________
	?	cellular telephone records, and in particular,  
(optional) _______________________________________
	?	inbound and outbound text messaging records, and in 
particular, (optional) ______________________________
	?	browsing history, and in particular, (optional) _______
	?	any messages received or actions taken by or with a 
device during the listed period, and in particular,  
(optional) _______________________________________
?	global positioning system tracking records, and in particular
	?	____________________________________________
	?	for the periods of  (date and time)   to  (date and time)  for 
records existing for the portion of time before this Order is 
served and for records indicating the location of a wireless 
device that can be produced for the period of time from the 
time of service of this Order, and in particular, (optional) 
_______________________________________
?	copies of or access to view, as requested by the police service, 
video records including closed caption television footage, and 
in particular, (optional) __________________
?	records containing employment information, and in particular
	?	____________________________________________
	?	indicating when and where the missing person was last 
seen or heard from, and in particular, (optional) _________
	?	indicating when, where and how the missing person was 
paid, and in particular, (optional) _________________
?	records containing health information, and in particular
	?	____________________________________________
	?	indicating hospital admission and location information 
from      (date)      to      (date)     , and in particular, (optional) 
_______________________________________________
	?	indicating date, time and reason for hospital admission 
for any hospital admissions during the stated period, and in 
particular,  
(optional) _______________________________________
?	records containing school attendance information from 
     (date)      to      (date)    , and in particular, (optional) 
_________________________
?	records containing travel and accommodation information, 
and in particular 
	?	____________________________________________
	?	indicating when and where the missing person was last 
seen or heard from, and in particular, (optional) _________
?	records containing financial information, and in particular
	?	____________________________________________
	?	indicating credit card usage from      (date)      to 
     (date)      (where, when and for what purpose used), and in 
particular, (optional) ____________________________
	?	indicating recent access to bank accounts (where, when 
and for what purpose the account was accessed), and in 
particular, (optional) ____________________________
?	copies of any other records as the justice of the peace 
considers appropriate, as follows: ____________________
Affidavit
3  In support of my application, I make oath and say that
?	the police service has an active, ongoing investigation into the 
unexplained whereabouts of the missing person.
?	copies of or access to the records of or related to the missing 
person are needed to move the investigation forward.
?	I believe that records of these types may exist and may 
contain information relevant to the investigation.
SWORN BEFORE ME at       (city or town)       
in the Province of Alberta on    (yyyy/mm/dd)   
   (Applicant's signature)   
		 
               (Commissioner for Oaths)
Form 2 
 
Order for Records 
Section 3, Missing Persons Act
	Docket #                           
In the Provincial Court of Alberta 
In the matter of an application under section 3(1)(a) 
of the Missing Persons Act
Regarding the Missing Person
____________________________
Order regarding records
Heard before  (name of Justice of the Peace) , a Justice of the Peace
on       (date)       , 20    ,
at                             , Alberta.  
  (name of applicant)  , member of   (police service)  , has applied for 
an order requiring access to or release of copies of records that may be 
of assistance in investigating the whereabouts of the missing person.
IT IS ORDERED THAT:
Copies of the following records containing information related to 
?	the missing person 
?	  (name of individual)   in whose company the missing person 
may be or may have been
in whoever's possession the records may be shall be made available to 
or provided to    (police service)   .
?	records containing contact information or identification 
information, and in particular, 
(optional) _______________________________________
?	electronic communication records for the periods of 
  (date and time)   to   (date and time)   including
	?	____________________________________________
	?	telephone records, and in particular, 
(optional) _______________________________________
	?	records related to signals from a wireless device that may 
indicate the location of a wireless device, and in particular, 
(optional) ______________________________
	?	cellular telephone records, and in particular,  
(optional) _______________________________________
	?	inbound and outbound text messaging records, and in 
particular, (optional) ______________________________
	?	browsing history, and in particular, (optional) _______
	?	any messages received or actions taken by or with a 
device during the listed period, and in particular,  
(optional) _______________________________________
?	global positioning system tracking records, and in particular
	?	____________________________________________
	?	for the periods of  (date and time)   to  (date and time)  for 
records existing for the portion of time before this Order is 
served and for records indicating the location of a wireless 
device that can be produced for the period of time from the 
time of service of this Order, and in particular, (optional) 
_______________________________________
?	copies of or access to view, as requested by the police service, 
video records including closed caption television footage, and 
in particular, (optional) __________________
?	records containing employment information, and in particular
	?	____________________________________________
	?	indicating when and where the missing person was last 
seen or heard from, and in particular, (optional) _________
	?	indicating when, where and how the missing person was 
paid, and in particular, (optional) _________________
?	records containing health information, and in particular
	?	____________________________________________
	?	indicating hospital admission and location information 
from      (date)      to      (date)     , and in particular, (optional) 
_______________________________________________
	?	indicating date, time and reason for hospital admission 
for any hospital admissions during the stated period, and in 
particular,  
(optional) _______________________________________
?	records containing school attendance information from 
     (date)      to      (date)    , and in particular, (optional) 
_________________________
?	records containing travel and accommodation information, 
and in particular
	?	____________________________________________
	?	indicating when and where the missing person was last 
seen or heard from, and in particular, (optional) _________
?	records containing financial information, and in particular
	?	____________________________________________
	?	indicating credit card usage from      (date)      to 
     (date)      (where, when and for what purpose used), and in 
particular, (optional) ____________________________
	?	indicating recent access to bank accounts (where, when 
and for what purpose the account was accessed), and in 
particular, (optional) ____________________________
?	copies of any other records as the justice of the peace 
considers appropriate, as follows: ____________________
?	an accounting, as requested by the applicant, recording the 
steps taken by the persons on whom this Order is served to 
locate any records ordered to be produced above that the 
persons on whom this Order is served cannot find or that have 
not been produced.
	                                        
	(Justice of the Peace)  
Form 3 
 
Application for an Order for Entry 
Section 3, Missing Persons Act 
	Docket #                           
In the Provincial Court of Alberta 
In the matter of an application under section 3(1)(b) 
of the Missing Persons Act
Regarding the Missing Person _________________,
?	a minor
?	a represented adult under the Adult Guardianship and 
Trusteeship Act 
1  My name is      (name of applicant)      and I am a member of 
  (police service)  .
Application
2  I am applying for an order authorizing a police officer   (and name, 
position of other person)   to enter, by force if necessary, the place or 
premises specified in my affidavit below to search for and locate the 
missing person.
Affidavit
3  In support of my application, I make oath and say that
?	the police service is conducting an ongoing investigation into 
the whereabouts of the missing person.
?	I have reason to believe that the missing person may be found 
at the following location: _____________________.
SWORN BEFORE ME at       (city or town)       
in the Province of Alberta on    (yyyy/mm/dd)   
   (Applicant's signature)   
	 
           (Commissioner for Oaths)
Form 4 
 
Order for Entry 
Section 3, Missing Persons Act
In the Provincial Court of Alberta 
In the matter of an application under section 3(1)(b) 
 of the Missing Persons Act
Regarding the Missing Person _________________,
?	a minor
?	a represented adult under the Adult Guardianship and 
Trusteeship Act
Order for Entry
Heard before  (name of Justice of the Peace) , a Justice of the Peace
on       (date)       , 20    ,
at                             , Alberta.  
  (name of applicant)  , member of   (police service)  , has applied for 
an order authorizing entry to ___________ by force if necessary to 
search for the missing person.
And upon being satisfied that ___________ is a missing person under 
the Act and that the police service is conducting an investigation into 
the whereabouts of the missing person.
And that the missing person is a
?	minor
?	represented adult under the Adult Guardianship and 
Trusteeship Act.
And that the applicant has a reasonable belief that the missing person 
may be located at this location.
It is ordered that a police officer with   (police service)  
?	and   (other person)  
may enter   (place or premises)   using force if necessary, in order to 
search for the missing person.
	                                       
	(Justice of the Peace)  
Form 5 
 
Emergency Access Demand 
Section 4, Missing Persons Act
To:                       (name)                    
	                   (address)                  
  (name of missing person)  , born on   (date of birth)   has been 
reported as a missing person to the   (police service)  , which is 
conducting an investigation into the missing person's whereabouts, 
case number                            .
Based upon the investigation and information received thus far, it is 
believed by the investigator that the missing person may be in danger 
of imminent bodily harm or death and access to information is critical 
in locating the missing person.  You have been identified as a holder of 
records that may assist in the location of this missing person.
By the authority of the Missing Persons Act cited above, you are 
hereby compelled to produce copies of the following records within 12 
hours of service of this demand to   (rank)       (name)     of the 
  (service)   who may be contacted by telephone or text at 
                         , or by e-mail at                           . 
?	records containing contact information or identification, and 
in particular
	?	____________________________________________
	?	information contained in your client or employee file, and 
in particular, (optional) _________________________
?	telephone and/or other electronic communication records, 
including
	?	____________________________________________
	?	wireless signals indicating the location of the device, and 
in particular, (optional) _________________________
	?	cellular telephone records from      (date)      to 
     (date)     , and in particular, (optional) ______________
	?	incoming and outgoing text message records from 
     (date)      to      (date)     , and in particular, (optional) 
_______________________________________________
	?	browsing history records from      (date)      to 
     (date)     , and in particular, (optional) ______________
?	global positioning system tracking records, and in particular
	?	____________________________________________
	?	from       (date)        to       (date)      , and in particular, 
(optional) _______________________________________
?	records containing employment information indicating
	?	when the missing person was last seen or heard from, and 
in particular, (optional) _________________________
	?	when, where and how the missing person was paid, and 
in particular, (optional) _________________________
?	records containing health information indicating
	?	hospital admission and location information from 
     (date)      to      (date)     , and in particular, (optional) 
____________
	?	date, time and reason for hospital admission for any 
hospital admissions during the stated period, and in particular, 
(optional) 
_______________________________________________
?	records containing school attendance information from 
     (date)     to      (date)    , and in particular, (optional) 
_________________________
?	records containing financial information indicating
	?	credit card usage from      (date)      to      (date)      
(where, when and for what purpose used), and in particular, 
(optional) ______________________________
	?	recent access to bank accounts (where, when and for 
what purpose the account was accessed), and in particular, 
(optional) _______________________________________
Dated this                day of                           , 20       
Signed                                                                        
Printed Name of Police Officer                                  
Rank                                                                           
Name of Police Service                                             
Address                                                                       
Pursuant to the Missing Persons Act, [SA 2011, s4(3)] a person who 
has been served with a copy of this demand shall make the records 
available or provide copies of the records to the police service within 
the time specified in the demand.
Form 6 
 
Application for an Order to Comply with Demand 
Section 5, Missing Persons Act
	Docket #                           
In the Provincial Court of Alberta 
In the matter of an application under section 5 
of the Missing Persons Act
Regarding the Missing Person _________________,
?	a minor
?	a represented adult under the Adult Guardianship and 
Trusteeship Act
1  My name is      (name of applicant)     and I am a member of 
  (police service)  .
Application
2  I am applying for an order 
?	compelling   (name of person)   to comply with the demand 
made under section 4 of the Missing Persons Act to provide 
the records specified in that demand, a copy of which is 
attached
?	for costs of this application.
Affidavit
3  In support of my application, I make oath and say that
?	I believe the records demanded are in the possession or under 
the control of _____________ named in the demand.
?	I require the order in aid of investigating the whereabouts of 
the missing person.
?	the demand under section 4 of the Missing Persons Act was 
effected by       (method)       on      (date)     .
SWORN BEFORE ME at       (city or town)       
in the Province of Alberta on    (yyyy/mm/dd)   
   (Applicant's signature)   
	 
           (Commissioner for Oaths)
Form 7 
 
Order to Comply with Demand 
Section 5, Missing Persons Act
	Docket #                           
In the Provincial Court of Alberta 
In the matter of an application under section 5(1) 
of the Missing Persons Act
Regarding the Missing Person _________________,
Order regarding records
Heard before  (name of Justice of the Peace) , a Justice of the Peace
on       (date)       , 20    ,
at                             , Alberta.  
  (name of applicant)  , member of   (police service)  , has applied for 
an order to comply with a demand requiring production of copies of 
records that may be of assistance in investigating the whereabouts of 
the missing person.
IT IS ORDERED THAT:
Copies of the following records containing information related to 
?	the missing person 
?	  (name of individual)   in whose company the missing person 
may be or may have been
in whoever's possession the records may be shall be produced to 
  (police service)  .
?	records containing contact information or identification, and 
in particular
	?	____________________________________________
	?	information contained in your client or employee file, and 
in particular, (optional) _________________________
?	telephone and/or other electronic communication records, 
including
	?	____________________________________________
	?	wireless signals indicating the location of the device, and 
in particular, (optional) _________________________
	?	cellular telephone records from      (date)      to 
     (date)     , and in particular, (optional) ______________
	?	incoming and outgoing text message records from 
     (date)      to      (date)     , and in particular, (optional) 
_______________________________________________
	?	browsing history records from      (date)      to 
     (date)     , and in particular, (optional) ______________
?	global positioning system tracking records, and in particular
	?	____________________________________________
	?	from       (date)        to       (date)      , and in particular, 
(optional) _______________________________________
?	records containing employment information indicating
	?	when the missing person was last seen or heard from, and 
in particular, (optional) _________________________
	?	when, where and how the missing person was paid, and 
in particular, (optional) _________________________
?	records containing health information indicating
	?	hospital admission and location information from 
     (date)      to      (date)     , and in particular, (optional) 
____________
	?	date, time and reason for hospital admission for any 
hospital admissions during the stated period, and in particular, 
(optional) 
_______________________________________________
?	records containing school attendance information from 
     (date)     to      (date)    , and in particular, (optional) 
_________________________
?	records containing financial information indicating
	?	credit card usage from      (date)      to      (date)      
(where, when and for what purpose used), and in particular, 
(optional) ______________________________
	?	recent access to bank accounts (where, when and for 
what purpose the account was accessed), and in particular, 
(optional) _______________________________________
?	                 (records prescribed by regulation)                        
?	                                 (address costs)                                      
Dated this                day of                           , 20       
Signed                                                                        
Printed Name of Police Officer                                  
Rank                                                                           
Name of Police Service                                             
Address                                                                       
Pursuant to the Missing Persons Act, [SA 2011, s4(3)] a person who 
has been served with a copy of this demand shall make the records 
available or provide copies of the records to the police service within 
the time specified in the demand.
Form 8 
 
Application for Disclosure of Information 
Section 7, Missing Persons Act
Regarding the Missing Person _________________ who is
?	a minor
?	a represented adult under the Adult Guardianship and 
Trusteeship Act
1  I am the   (parent or guardian)   of     (name of missing person)  .
2  I am applying to   (police service)   for disclosure of any information 
collected during the course of its investigation into the whereabouts of 
  (name of missing person)  , and in particular (optional), __________.
3  The period of time for which I am asking for disclosure of the 
records is   (date)   to   (date)  .  
4  I am applying for disclosure of this information so that I may know 
information as to the whereabouts and activities of   (name of missing 
person)   during the time that   (name of missing person)   was a 
missing person, the circumstances that led   (name of missing person)   
to be a missing person, and also with whom   (name of missing 
person)   was or may have been in contact with during the time that 
  (name of missing person)   was a missing person, in order to take 
steps to protect the safety of   (name of missing person)   in future.
Dated at         , Alberta, this         day of              , 20    .
Name of Applicant - please print in block letters          
                                                                                       
Signature of Applicant                                                   
Address          (street address)            (municipality)      
                (province)                   (postal code)                
Telephone Number   (daytime) -  (        )                        
                                  (evening) -  (        )                        
Fax Number -  (        )                                                     
E-mail Address                                                               


Alberta Regulation 152/2012
Local Authorities Election Act
RED DEER ELECTION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: September 7, 2012
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 277/2012) 
on September 6, 2012 pursuant to section 160 of the Local Authorities Election Act. 
1   The Red Deer Election Regulation (AR 162/2004) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 5 is amended by striking out "October 31, 2012" 
and substituting "October 31, 2015".


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Alberta Regulation 153/2012
Municipal Government Act
NEWELL REGIONAL SERVICES CORPORATION REGULATION
Filed: September 7, 2012
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 278/2012) 
on September 6, 2012 pursuant to section 603 of the Municipal Government Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	Application of Act
	3	Exemption from Public Utilities Act
	4	Dispute resolution
	5	Provision of extra-provincial services
	6	Expiry
	7	Coming into force
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Act" means the Municipal Government Act;
	(b)		"public utility" means a system or works used to provide the 
following for public consumption, benefit, convenience or 
use:
	(i)	water;
	(ii)	sewage disposal.
Application of Act
2(1)  Subject to subsection (2), sections 43 to 47 of the Act apply in 
respect of a utility service provided by Newell Regional Services 
Corporation.
(2)  Section 45(3)(b) of the Act does not apply in respect of a public 
utility owned or operated by Newell Regional Services Corporation.
Exemption from Public Utilities Act
3   Part 2 of the Public Utilities Act does not apply in respect of a 
public utility that
	(a)	is owned or operated by Newell Regional Services 
Corporation, and
	(b)	provides a utility service within the boundaries of a 
municipality that is a shareholder of Newell Regional 
Services Corporation.
Dispute resolution
4   If there is a dispute between a regional services commission and 
Newell Regional Services Corporation with respect to
	(a)	rates, tolls or charges for a service that is a public utility,
	(b)	compensation for the acquisition by the commission of 
facilities used to provide a service that is a public utility, or
	(c)	the commission's use of any road, square, bridge, subway or 
watercourse to provide a service that is a public utility,
any party involved in the dispute may submit it to the Alberta Utilities 
Commission, and the Alberta Utilities Commission may issue an order 
on any terms and conditions that the Alberta Utilities Commission 
considers appropriate.
Provision of extra-provincial services
5   Newell Regional Services Corporation shall not provide any utility 
services outside of Alberta without the prior written approval of the 
Minister.
Expiry
6   This Regulation is made under section 603(1) of the Act and is 
subject to repeal under section 603(2) of the Act.
Coming into force
7   This Regulation comes into force on December 1, 2012.


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Alberta Regulation 154/2012
Safety Codes Act
PLUMBING CODE AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: September 7, 2012
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 279/2012) 
on September 6, 2012 pursuant to section 65 of the Safety Codes Act. 
1   The Plumbing Code Regulation (AR 119/2007) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1(1)(c) is amended by striking out "2005" and 
substituting "2010".

3   Section 4 is amended
	(a)	in subsections (1), (2) and (5)(b) and (d) by striking 
out "2005" and substituting "2010";
	(b)	in subsection (5)
	(i)	by striking out "The code is" and substituting 
"The Code is";
	(ii)	by adding the following after clause (d):
	(e)	by striking out "NFPA 13D-2007" and 
substituting "NFPA 13D-2010".
	(c)	by adding the following after subsection (5):
(5.1)  The Code is varied in Division B Sentences 
2.1.2.1.(1), 2.1.2.2.(1) and 2.1.2.3.(1) by striking out 
"Except as provided in subsection 2.7.4.,".
	(d)	by repealing subsection (7) and substituting the 
following:
(7)  Division B Article 2.4.2.1 of the Code is varied by 
adding the following after Sentence (5):
(6)  The soil-or-waste pipe serving a clothes washer shall not 
be less than 50 mm and separately vented or the connection 
shall be downstream of all fixtures that are circuit vented.
	(e)	in subsection (8) by adding "- 2006" after "ABC";
	(f)	by adding the following after subsection (8):
(8.1)  Division B Article 2.4.6.4 is varied by striking out 
Sentence (4).
	(g)	in subsection (10) by adding "or double Y fitting" after 
"sanitary T fitting";
	(h)	by repealing subsections (11), (12) and (14);
	(i)	by adding the following after subsection (16):
(17)  Division B Article 2.6.3.1 of the Code is varied by 
adding the following after Sentence (3):
(4)  Multipurpose residential fire sprinkler systems referred 
to in Sentence (3) shall have no dead ends longer than 150 
mm (6 inches).


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Alberta Regulation 155/2012
Public Sector Pension Plans Act
PUBLIC SECTOR PENSION PLANS (LEGISLATIVE PROVISIONS) 
(INTERNAL BOARD RULES) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: September 7, 2012
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 281/2012) 
on September 6, 2012 pursuant to section 12 of Schedules 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 of the 
Public Sector Pension Plans Act. 
1   The Public Sector Pension Plans (Legislative Provisions) 
Regulation (AR 365/93) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 6 is amended
	(a)	by renumbering it as section 6(1);
	(b)	in subsection (1) by striking out "Subject to the 
Interpretation Act, a" and substituting "A";
	(c)	by adding the following after subsection (1):
(2)  Without limiting subsection (1), a Board may adopt a 
process that provides that a Board member may vote and 
otherwise participate in a meeting to the same extent as if 
personally present by means of a telephonic or other 
communication facility that permits all persons participating 
in the meeting to communicate adequately with each other 
during the meeting.
(3)  If the process referred to in subsection (2) is properly 
applied, then, for the purposes of this section, there is 
deemed to be a meeting if there is otherwise no actual 
meeting at law and all the Board members who are lawfully 
participating by one of those means at the time the vote on 
the resolution is taken are deemed to be present at that time at 
a meeting actually or deemed to be held, as the case may be, 
to deal with the proposed resolution.
(4)  Section 17 of the Interpretation Act does not apply to the 
Boards.

3   Section 3.05 of Schedule 1 is amended 
	(a)	in subsection (2) 
	(i)	by repealing clause (a);
	(ii)	in clause (c) by striking out "subsection (7)" and 
substituting "section 6(2) and (3) of the portion of 
this Regulation preceding this Schedule";
	(b)	by repealing subsections (7) and (8).

4   Schedule 2 is amended by adding the following after 
section 3:
Internal Board rules - quorum and resolutions
3.05(1)  In this section,
	(a)	"plan rule resolution" means a resolution that constitutes or 
would, if passed, constitute a recommendation under section 
4(2), or the making of a plan rule under section 5(2), of the 
Act Schedule;
	(b)	"present" means, with reference to a Board member at a 
meeting, present at the meeting at the time when the vote on 
the resolution was taken;
	(c)	"resolution" means a resolution of the Board;
	(d)	"super majority" means a majority at a level specified in 
subsection (4)(a).
(2)  Notwithstanding section 6 of the portion of this Regulation 
preceding Schedule 1,
	(b)	the Board's quorum rule and the rules relating to the passing 
of resolutions and related matters are as set out in this 
section, and
	(c)	subject to section 6(2) and (3) of the portion of this 
Regulation preceding Schedule 1, the Board may not make 
any resolution dealing with those rules on quorum or the 
passing of resolutions.
(3)  The quorum at a meeting of the Board is 3 Board members.
(4)  A resolution is passed,
	(a)	in the case of a plan rule resolution, only
	(i)	if it is passed by a majority of the Board members 
present with at least one employee and one employer 
nominee voting in favour of the resolution, and
	(ii)	the Board members present include at least 2 employee 
nominees and at least 2 employer nominees,
		or
	(b)	if it is not a plan rule resolution, if it is passed by a majority 
of the Board members present.
(5)  A vacancy in the membership of the Board does not
	(a)	invalidate the constitution of the Board if the number of 
members is not less than a quorum, or
	(b)	subject to subsections (3) and (4), impair the right of the 
members of the Board to act.
(6)  The Board shall ensure that there is indicated in the minutes of a 
meeting at which a resolution was voted on all information necessary 
to determine whether or not the requirements of this section for the 
relevant majority under subsection (4) were met with respect to that 
resolution, including
	(a)	the number of votes for and against the motion for the 
resolution, with abstentions, and how each such vote was cast 
(including abstentions) by each Board member present, and
	(b)	whether those Board members were employee nominees or 
employer nominees.
(9)  The Crown shall not submit to the Lieutenant Governor in 
Council any proposed regulation for enactment under section 4(2) of 
the Act Schedule unless it is satisfied that the Board has certified that 
the applicable plan rule resolution was duly passed with a super 
majority.

5   Schedule 4 is amended by adding the following after 
section 3:
Internal Board rules - quorum and resolutions
3.05(1)  In this section,
	(a)	"plan rule resolution" means a resolution that constitutes or 
would, if passed, constitute a recommendation under section 
4(2) of the Act Schedule;
	(b)	"present" means, with reference to a Board member at a 
meeting, present at the meeting at the time when the vote on 
the resolution was taken;
	(c)	"resolution" means a resolution of the Board;
	(d)	"super majority" means a majority at a level specified in 
subsection (4)(a).
(2)  Notwithstanding section 6 of the portion of this Regulation 
preceding Schedule 1,
	(b)	the Board's quorum rule and the rules relating to the passing 
of resolutions and related matters are as set out in this 
section, and
	(c)	subject to section 6(2) and (3) of the portion of this 
Regulation preceding Schedule 1, the Board may not make 
any resolution dealing with those rules on quorum or the 
passing of resolutions.
(3)  The quorum at a meeting of the Board is 4 Board members.
(4)  A resolution is passed,
	(a)	in the case of a plan rule resolution, only
	(i)	if it is passed by a majority of the Board members 
present with at least one employee and one employer 
nominee voting in favour of the resolution, and
	(ii)	the Board members present include at least 2 employee 
nominees and at least 2 employer nominees,
		or
	(b)	if it is not a plan rule resolution, if it is passed by a majority 
of the Board members present. 
(5)  A vacancy in the membership of the Board does not
	(a)	invalidate the constitution of the Board if the number of 
members is not less than a quorum, or
	(b)	subject to subsections (3) and (4), impair the right of the 
members of the Board to act.
(6)  The Board shall ensure that there is indicated in the minutes of a 
meeting at which a resolution was voted on all information necessary 
to determine whether or not the requirements of this section for the 
relevant majority under subsection (4) were met with respect to that 
resolution, including
	(a)	the number of votes for and against the motion for the 
resolution, with abstentions, and how each such vote was cast 
(including abstentions) by each Board member present, and
	(b)	whether those Board members were employee nominees or 
employer nominees.
(9)  The Crown shall not submit to the Lieutenant Governor in 
Council any proposed regulation for enactment under section 4(2) of 
the Act Schedule unless it is satisfied that the Board has certified that 
the applicable plan rule resolution was duly passed with a super 
majority.

6   Schedule 5 is amended by adding the following after 
section 3:
Internal Board rules - quorum and resolutions
3.05(1)  In this section,
	(b)	"present" means, with reference to a Board member at a 
meeting, present at the meeting at the time when the vote on 
the resolution was taken;
	(c)	"resolution" means a resolution of the Board.
(1.1)  The Board member referred to in section 3(1)(c) is not to count 
for any of the purposes (including presence) of this section.
(2)  Notwithstanding section 6 of the portion of this Regulation 
preceding Schedule 1,
	(b)	the Board's quorum rule and the rules relating to the passing 
of resolutions and related matters are as set out in this 
section, and
	(c)	subject to section 6(2) and (3) of the portion of this 
Regulation preceding Schedule 1, the Board may not make 
any resolution dealing with those rules on quorum or the 
passing of resolutions.
(3)  The quorum at a meeting of the Board is 3 Board members.
(4)  A resolution is passed if it is passed by a majority of the Board 
members present.
(5)  A vacancy in the membership of the Board does not
	(a)	invalidate the constitution of the Board if the number of 
members is not less than a quorum, or
	(b)	subject to subsections (3) and (4), impair the right of the 
members of the Board to act.


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Alberta Regulation 156/2012
Electric Utilities Act
TRANSMISSION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: September 7, 2012
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 283/2012) 
on September 6, 2012 pursuant to section 142 of the Electric Utilities Act. 
1   The Transmission Regulation (AR 86/2007) is amended 
by this Regulation.

2   Section 24.2 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (2) by striking out "the construction or 
operation, or both," and substituting "the construction and 
operation";
	(b)	in subsection (4) by adding ", including any changes 
requiring the Commission's approval or determination 
pursuant to section 24.3(3) or (4)," after "resulting 
arrangements".

3   The following is added after 24.2:
Resulting arrangements - changes or disputes
24.3(1)  For the purposes of this section,
	(a)	"eligible person" means the person determined to be eligible 
to apply in accordance with section 24.2(2);
	(b)	"resulting arrangement" means a resulting arrangement 
referred to in section 24.2(4).
(2)  The ISO and the eligible person may change a resulting 
arrangement, including the payment, schedule and other obligations 
set out in the resulting arrangement, if the change is allowed for by 
the terms of a resulting arrangement.
(3)  The Commission's approval must be obtained before the ISO 
and the eligible person make a change if in the opinion of the ISO
	(a)	a material change to the resulting arrangement is required, 
and
	(b)	the change may not be made under the terms of a resulting 
arrangement.
(4)  If a dispute arises between the ISO and the eligible person 
regarding a resulting arrangement and cannot be resolved between 
them, the ISO and the eligible person must submit the dispute to 
the Commission for determination.