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Alberta Regulation 217/2012
Oil Sands Conservation Act
OIL SANDS CONSERVATION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: December 4, 2012
For information only:   Made by the Energy Resources Conservation Board on 
November 21, 2012 pursuant to section 20(1) of the Oil Sands Conservation Act. 
1   The Oil Sands Conservation Regulation (AR 76/88) is 
amended by this Regulation. 

2   Section 1(2) is amended by adding the following after 
clause (d.1): 
	(d.11)	"Directive 081" means Directive 081: Water Disposal Limits 
and Reporting Requirements for Thermal In Situ Oil Sands 
Schemes, published by the Board and as amended from time 
to time;  

3   The following is added after section 36: 
Compliance with Directive 081
36.1   An operator of a thermal in situ scheme and any other 
operator designated from time to time by the Board shall comply 
with the requirements of Directive 081.


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Alberta Regulation 218/2012
Energy Resources Conservation Act
SECURITY MANAGEMENT FOR CRITICAL UPSTREAM PETROLEUM 
COAL INFRASTRUCTURE REGULATION
Filed: December 5, 2012
For information only:   Made by the Energy Resources Conservation Board on 
November 19, 2012 pursuant to section 50(2) and made by the Lieutenant Governor 
in Council (O.C. 406/2012) on December 5, 2012 pursuant to section 50 of the 
Energy Resources Conservation Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	Security measures to be established for a critical facility
	3	Corporate emergency response plan required
	4	Threat of terrorist activity
	5	Expiry
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"coal processing plant" and "mine" mean a coal processing 
plant and a mine, respectively, as defined in the Coal 
Conservation Act;
	(b)	"critical facility" means a mining operation, a pipeline or a 
processing plant that is named in the critical infrastructure 
list or a related facility of any of them;
	(c)	"critical infrastructure list" means the critical infrastructure 
list established under the Plan;
	(d)	"Directive 071" means Directive 071, Emergency 
Preparedness and Response Requirements for the Petroleum 
Industry, as published by the Board, as amended from time to 
time;
	(e)	"in situ operation" means
	(i)	an in situ operation as defined in the Oil Sands 
Conservation Act, and
	(ii)	an in situ coal scheme as defined in the Coal 
Conservation Act;
	(f)	"mining operation" means a mining operation as defined in 
the Oil Sands Conservation Act;
	(g)	"pipeline" means a pipeline as defined in the Pipeline Act;
	(h)	"Plan" means the Alberta Counter Terrorism Crisis 
Management Plan established under the Emergency 
Management Act;
	(i)	"processing plant" means
	(i)	a processing plant as defined in the Oil and Gas 
Conservation Act, and
	(ii)	 a processing plant as defined in the Oil Sands 
Conservation Act;
	(j)	"security measures" means threat response plans relating to a 
threat of terrorist activity or terrorist activity against a critical 
facility in accordance with the Plan;
	(k)	"well" means a well as defined in the Oil and Gas 
Conservation Act.
Security measures to be established for a critical facility
2(1)  A licensee or approval holder of a critical facility must establish 
security measures relating to the critical facility in accordance with the 
recommended practices outlined in the Plan to enable the licensee or 
approval holder to respond to the various levels of threat of terrorist 
activity that may be declared under the Plan.
(2)  If the Department of Justice and Solicitor General informs a 
licensee or approval holder of a critical facility that the facility has 
been threatened and the level of the threat, the licensee or approval 
holder must implement security measures in accordance with the 
recommended practices outlined in the Plan related to the level of 
threat that has been declared.
(3)  If the Board is of the view that the licensee or approval holder of a 
critical facility has failed to implement security measures in 
accordance with subsection (2), the Board may
	(a)	order the licensee or approval holder to implement security 
measures in accordance with the recommended practices 
outlined in the Plan related to the level of threat that has been 
declared, or
	(b)	whether or not the Board has made an order under clause (a), 
take action to implement security measures in accordance 
with the recommended practices outlined in the Plan related 
to the level of threat that has been declared and recover the 
costs incurred in doing so from the licensee or approval 
holder as a debt owed to the Board.
(4)  The Board may audit the security measures of a licensee or 
approval holder in respect of a critical facility and the capacity of the 
licensee or approval holder to implement those security measures.
(5)  Any information filed with the Board in relation to the security 
measures of a critical facility is confidential and may not be accessed 
except as permitted by the Board.
Corporate emergency response plan required
3(1)  A licensee or approval holder of a critical facility to which 
Directive 071 does not apply, must
	(a)	at a minimum, prepare a corporate emergency response plan 
for the critical facility in accordance with Directive 071,
	(b)	update the corporate emergency response plan as required by 
Directive 071, and
	(c)	implement the corporate emergency response plan in the 
event of an emergency.
(2)  The Board may, in accordance with Directive 071, audit the 
corporate emergency response plan of a licensee or approval holder of 
a critical facility referred to in subsection (1) and the licensee's or 
approval holder's capacity to implement the plan.
Threat of terrorist activity
4(1)  Where the Board has been informed of the existence of a threat 
of terrorist activity against a coal processing plant, an in situ operation, 
a mine, a mining operation, a pipeline, a processing plant, a well or a 
related facility of any of them the Board must
	(a)	inform the licensee or approval holder of the threat of 
terrorist activity and the level of threat, and
	(b)	request the licensee or approval holder to provide 
information about the manner in which the licensee or 
approval holder will address the threat.
(2)  Where the threat of terrorist activity is high or imminent against a 
coal processing plant, an in situ operation, a mine, a mining operation, 
a pipeline, a processing plant, a well or a related facility of any of them 
and after consultation with the licensee or approval holder the Board is 
of the view that the licensee or approval holder is unwilling or unable 
to take measures to address the threat, the Board may
	(a)	order the licensee or approval holder to shut down the coal 
processing plant, in situ operation, mine, mining operation, 
pipeline, processing plant or related facility or shut in the 
well and set out the terms under which the order may cease to 
have effect, or
	(b)	whether or not the Board has made an order under clause (a), 
take action to shut down the coal processing plant, in situ 
operation, mine, mining operation, pipeline, processing plant 
or related facility or shut in the well and recover the costs 
incurred in doing so from the licensee or approval holder as a 
debt owed to the Board.
(3)  Any information filed with the Board in response to a request 
under subsection (1)(b) is confidential and may not be accessed except 
as permitted by the Board.
Expiry
5   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 form following a review, this regulation expires 
on January 31, 2018.


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Alberta Regulation 219/2012
Persons with Developmental Disabilities Community Governance Act
PERSONS WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES 
SAFETY STANDARDS REGULATION
Filed: December 5, 2012
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Human Services (M.O. 2012-078) on 
November 29, 2012 pursuant to section 23(2) of the Persons with Developmental 
Disabilities Community Governance Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	Application of Regulation
	3	Standards
	4	Expiry
	5	Coming into force 
 
Schedule
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Act" means the Persons with Developmental Disabilities 
Community Governance Act;
	(b)	"required standards" means the standards set out in the 
Schedule;
	(c)	"residence" means a building or unit in a building that is 
intended for permanent residential living where a service 
provider provides or arranges for services in order to assist an 
adult with developmental disabilities to live as independently 
as possible, whether or not the service provider owns or 
leases the building or unit;  
	(d)	"services" means services provided under the Act.
Application of Regulation
2(1)  Subject to this section, this Regulation applies where services are 
provided 
	(a)	to an adult with developmental disabilities who has been 
determined by the Community Board to have complex 
service needs, including an adult who has high risk behaviour 
or has significant medical needs, living alone in a residence, 
and in which staff is present overnight on a regularly 
scheduled basis to provide support to the adult with 
developmental disabilities, and
	(b)	to 2 or more unrelated adults with developmental disabilities 
living in a residence 
	(i)	that is not required to be licensed under the Supportive 
Living Accommodation Licensing Act, and
	(ii)	in which staff is present overnight on a regularly 
scheduled basis to provide support to the adults with 
developmental disabilities.
(2)  This Regulation does not apply to a service provider who provides 
family-managed services.
(3)  For the purpose of subsection (1)(b), a person is related to another 
person if the persons
	(a)	are siblings of one another whether related by blood, 
marriage or adoption, or by virtue of an adult interdependent 
relationship,  
	(b)	are spouses or adult interdependent partners of one another, 
or
	(c)	are in a parent-child relationship.
Standards
3(1)  Subject to subsection (2), a Community Board shall not enter into 
a contract on or after April 1, 2014 with a service provider for the 
management or provision of services, unless the Board is satisfied that 
the service provider complies with the required standards. 
(2)  Where a service provider is, in the opinion of the Community 
Board, unable to comply with a required standard due to a 
circumstance that is beyond the control of the service provider, the 
Community Board may, with the approval of the Minister, enter into a 
contract with a service provider for the management or provision of 
services.
Expiry
4   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 March 31, 2018.
Coming into force
5   This Regulation comes into force on December 10, 2012.
Schedule 
 
Required Standards
Safety requirements
1   A service provider must ensure that the building that houses the 
residence, the residence itself and the building's grounds and common 
areas are in a safe condition.
Maintenance requirements
2(1)  A service provider must ensure that the building that houses the 
residence, the residence itself and any equipment and service 
provider-owned furnishings are well maintained and in good working 
order.
(2)  A service provider must develop, maintain and implement a 
scheduled preventative maintenance and repair program to inspect the 
condition of the building that houses the residence, the residence itself 
and any equipment and service provider-owned furnishings and ensure 
that repairs, service and, where applicable, replacements are provided 
as needed.
Environmental requirements
3   In a residence where adults with developmental disabilities are 
unable to adjust the temperature in their rooms and in the common 
areas of any residence, the service provider must ensure that heating, 
cooling and ventilation systems are operated at a level that maintains a 
temperature that supports the safety of all adults with developmental 
disabilities.
Medication assistance or medication reminders
4(1)  In this section,
	(a)	"medication assistance" means assistance with taking 
prescribed medication provided to an adult with 
developmental disabilities who has consented or whose legal 
guardian has consented to the assistance, but does not include 
the monitoring or coordination of the medical regime for the 
adult with developmental disabilities;
	(b)	"medication reminder" means a reminder given to an adult 
with developmental disabilities to take prescribed 
medication, but does not include medication assistance.
(2)  Where a service provider provides medication assistance or 
medication reminders to adults with developmental disabilities, the 
service provider must develop and maintain written processes that
	(a)	support and promote the safe self-administration of 
medication for adults with developmental disabilities,
	(b)	ensure secure storage of medications,
	(c)	specify the training or education required for employees 
involved in providing medication reminders or medication 
assistance to adults with developmental disabilities, and
	(d)	address procedures for dealing with errors in the provision of 
medication reminders or medication assistance.
Water temperature
5(1)  A service provider must ensure that the temperature of flowing 
water provided for personal use in areas used by the adults with 
developmental disabilities does not exceed the maximum safe level 
established in the Alberta Building Code.
(2)  A service provider must ensure that safe water temperatures for the 
personal use of adults with developmental disabilities are maintained 
through
	(a)	the training and education of employees and adults with 
developmental disabilities,
	(b)	the proper maintenance and monitoring of equipment, and
	(c)	appropriate risk mitigation procedures.
(3)  A service provider must ensure that all persons involved with 
maintaining the water system are sufficiently knowledgeable in the 
function and proper operation of the water gauges, water mixing valves 
and therapeutic tub controls, if any, to maintain safe water 
temperatures.
(4)  Where a residence has one or more therapeutic tubs, the service 
provider must ensure that a sufficiently knowledgeable person tests the 
temperature of the hot water flowing into each therapeutic tub each day 
prior to the first bath of the day and documents the temperature in a log 
book or on a log sheet kept in the tub room for that purpose.
Concerns and complaints
6   A service provider must develop and maintain a written process for 
the resolution of concerns and complaints about the residence that 
relate to the required standards.
Safety and security of adults with developmental disabilities
7   A service provider must ensure that there are written processes that 
promote the safety and security of an adult with developmental 
disabilities living in a residence.
Compliance with various codes and bylaws
8   Effective April 1, 2015, a service provider must ensure
	(a)	that the residence has been inspected by an executive officer 
under the Public Health Act,
	(b)	that there is a confirmation of compliance with the Safety 
Codes Act with respect to  a new or renovated residence or 
where there has been a change in the use or intended use of 
the residence, 
	(c)	that, with respect to a residence which is housed in a 
pre-existing building, there is a confirmation of a fire safety 
inspection of the building, and
	(d)	that zoning approval, if required, for the building that houses 
the residence and the residence itself has been granted. 


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Alberta Regulation 220/2012
Oil and Gas Conservation Act
OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: December 7, 2012
For information only:   Made by the Energy Resources Conservation Board on 
December 4, 2012 pursuant to section 10(1) of the Oil and Gas Conservation Act. 
1   The Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations (AR 151/71) 
are amended by this Regulation. 

2   Section 12.150 is amended 
	(a)	in subsection (2) by striking out "or" at the end of 
clause (f), adding "or" and the end of clause (h) and 
adding the following after clause (h): 
	(i)	notwithstanding the classification of a well as a 
confidential well, any information submitted pursuant to 
section 12.010 regarding hydraulic fracturing fluids 
used in operations at any well.
	(b)	in subsection (4) by striking out "The Board" and 
substituting "Subject to subsection (2)(i), the Board".  


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Alberta Regulation 221/2012
Pipeline
PIPELINE AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: December 7, 2012
For information only:   Made by the Energy Resources Conservation Board on 
December 3, 2012 pursuant to section 3(1)(w.1) of the Pipeline Act. 
1   The Pipeline Regulation (AR 91/2005) is amended by this 
Regulation.

2   Section 1 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1) by adding the following after 
clause (v):
	(v.1)	"regulatory authority" means an entity having lawful 
authority respecting the regulation of pipelines in a 
jurisdiction other than Alberta;

	(b)	by repealing subsection (6) and substituting the 
following:
(6)  For the purposes of section 19 of the Act and this 
Regulation,
	(a)	a licensee who is an individual is resident in a 
jurisdiction if the individual makes his or her home in 
and is ordinarily present in that jurisdiction, and
	(b)	a licensee that is a corporation is resident in a 
jurisdiction if a director or officer of the corporation or 
a person employed or retained to provide services to the 
corporation makes his or her home in that jurisdiction, 
is ordinarily present in that jurisdiction and is 
authorized to
	(i)	make decisions respecting a licence for a pipeline 
issued by
	(A)	the regulatory authority in that jurisdiction, or
	(B)	in the case of Alberta, the Board,
	(ii)	operate the pipeline, and
	(iii)	implement directions from the regulatory 
authority, or in the case of Alberta, the Board, 
relating to the pipeline.

3   Section 1.1 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Exemption - agents
1.1(1)  In this section, "mutual recognition agreement" means a 
valid and subsisting agreement made between the Minister and a 
regulatory authority of another jurisdiction for the purpose of 
recognizing substantial regulatory equivalency and enabling 
reciprocity between Alberta and that jurisdiction.
(2)  The Board may, on application, grant an exemption from the 
requirement under section 19 of the Act to appoint an agent if the 
licensee applying for the exemption
	(a)	is resident in a jurisdiction outside Alberta that is a party to a 
mutual recognition agreement and is subject to the authority 
of the regulatory authority in that jurisdiction,
	(b)	is in compliance with all applicable legislation in Alberta and 
in the jurisdiction in which the licensee is resident and all 
applicable directives, orders, decisions, directions and other 
instruments of the regulatory authority referred to in clause 
(a) and of the Board,
	(c)	provides evidence satisfactory to the Board that the licensee 
meets, and during the time the licence is in effect will 
continue to meet, the requirements set out in subsection (3), 
and
	(d)	agrees to attorn to the jurisdiction of Alberta with respect to 
all matters, obligations and liabilities pertaining to licences 
issued by the Board.
(3)  An exemption under subsection (2) is subject to the condition 
that, in substitution for the requirements of section 19(2)(a), (b) and 
(c) of the Act, the licensee must have
	(a)	sufficient numbers of individuals who are trained and 
competent to 
	(i)	carry out work relating to the pipelines for which the 
licensee has been granted a licence in compliance with 
the requirements of all applicable legislation and all 
applicable directives, orders, decisions, directions and 
other instruments of the Board, and
	(ii)	respond sufficiently to incidents and emergencies, 
including, without limitation, leaks and breaks,
		and
	(b)	representatives at a pipeline site during any construction, 
testing, maintenance, repair, ground disturbance and 
abandonment activities at the pipeline site who are authorized 
to make decisions respecting all aspects of those activities.
(4)  An exemption under subsection (2) ceases to have effect 
immediately on
	(a)	the licensee ceasing to meet a requirement referred to in 
subsection (2)(a), (b) or (d), or
	(b)	the Board determining that it is no longer satisfied that the 
licensee or approval holder meets or will continue to meet the 
requirements set out in subsection (3).

4   Section 82(9)(c) is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
	(c)	if the licensee 
	(i)	is not or ceases to be resident in Alberta,
	(ii)	has not appointed an agent in accordance with section 
19 of the Act, and 
	(iii)	does not hold a subsisting exemption under section 1.1 
from the requirement to appoint an agent,


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Alberta Regulation 222/2012
Oil and Gas Conservation Act
OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: December 7, 2012
For information only:   Made by the Energy Resources Conservation Board on 
December 3, 2012 pursuant to section 10(1)(xx.1) of the Oil and Gas Conservation 
Act. 
1   The Oil and Gas Conservation Regulations (AR 151/71) 
are amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1.020(2) is amended
	(a)	by adding the following after definition 26.1:
		26.2  "regulatory authority" means an entity having lawful 
authority respecting the regulation of oil and gas exploration, 
development and operations and the abandonment of wells 
and facilities in a jurisdiction other than Alberta;
	(b)	by repealing subsection (2.1) and substituting the 
following:
(2.1)  For the purposes of section 91 of the Act and these 
Regulations,
	(a)	a licensee or approval holder who is an individual is 
resident in a jurisdiction if the individual makes his or 
her home in and is ordinarily present in that jurisdiction, 
and
	(b)	a licensee or approval holder that is a corporation is 
resident in a jurisdiction if a director or officer of the 
corporation or a person employed or retained to provide 
services to the corporation makes his or her home in 
that jurisdiction, is ordinarily present in that jurisdiction 
and is authorized to
	(i)	make decisions respecting a licence for a well or 
facility issued by
	(A)	the regulatory authority in that jurisdiction, or
	(B)	in the case of Alberta, the Board,
	(ii)	operate the well or facility, and
	(iii)	implement directions from the regulatory authority 
or in the case of Alberta, the Board, relating to the 
well or facility.

3   Section 1.030 is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
Exemption - agents
1.030(1)  In this section, "mutual recognition agreement" means a 
valid and subsisting agreement made between the Minister and a 
regulatory authority of another jurisdiction for the purpose of 
recognizing substantial regulatory equivalency and enabling 
reciprocity between Alberta and that jurisdiction.
(2)  The Board, on application, may grant an exemption from the 
requirement under section 91(2) of the Act to appoint an agent if the 
licensee or approval holder applying for the exemption
	(a)	is resident in a jurisdiction outside Alberta that is a party to a 
mutual recognition agreement and is subject to the authority 
of the regulatory authority in that jurisdiction,
	(b)	is in compliance with all applicable legislation in Alberta and 
in the jurisdiction in which the licensee or approval holder is 
resident and all applicable directives, orders, decisions, 
directions and other instruments of the regulatory authority 
referred to in clause (a) and of the Board,
	(c)	provides evidence satisfactory to the Board that the licensee 
or approval holder meets, and during the time the licence or 
approval is in effect will continue to meet, the requirements 
set out in subsection (3), and
	(d)	agrees to attorn to the jurisdiction of Alberta with respect to 
all matters, obligations and liabilities pertaining to licences 
and approvals issued by the Board.
(3)  An exemption under subsection (2) is subject to the condition 
that, in substitution for the requirements of section 91(2)(a), (b) and 
(c) of the Act, the licensee or approval holder must have
	(a)	sufficient numbers of individuals who are trained and 
competent to 
	(i)	carry out operations relating to a well or facility, as the 
case may be, in compliance with the requirements of all 
applicable legislation and all applicable directives, 
orders, decisions, directions and other instruments of the 
Board, and
	(ii)	respond sufficiently to incidents and emergencies,
		and
	(b)	representatives at a well site during any drilling, completion, 
stimulation, servicing and abandonment operations at the 
well site who are authorized to make decisions respecting all 
aspects of those operations.
(4)  An exemption under subsection (2) ceases to have effect 
immediately on
	(a)	the licensee or approval holder ceasing to meet a requirement 
referred to in subsection (2)(a), (b) or (d), or
	(b)	the Board determining that it is no longer satisfied that the 
licensee or approval holder meets or will continue to meet the 
requirements set out in subsection (3).

4   Section 3.012(e) is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
	(e)	if the licensee is not or ceases to be a working interest 
participant in the well or facility, 
	(e.1)	if the licensee 
	(i)	is not or ceases to be resident in Alberta,
	(ii)	has not appointed an agent in accordance with section 
91 of the Act, and 
	(iii)	does not hold a subsisting exemption under section 
1.030 from the requirement to appoint an agent,



Alberta Regulation 223/2012
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
ALBERTA CHICKEN PRODUCERS MARKETING 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: December 10, 2012
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Chicken Producers on September 18, 
2012 and approved by the Agricultural Products Marketing Council on October 30, 
2012 pursuant to sections 26 and 27 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act. 
1   The Alberta Chicken Producers Marketing Regulation 
(AR 3/2000) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1 is amended 
	(a)	in clause (a.2)(ii) by adding "in accordance with Part 1 
or Part 2 of this Regulation" after "authorized quota";
	(b)	in clause (f) by striking out "and includes any one or 
more of broilers, roasters, rock cornish chicken or chicks";
	(c)	by repealing clause (l) and substituting the 
following:


	(l)	"family", in respect of an individual, includes the 
individual's spouse, adult interdependent partner, child, 
parent, sibling, grandparent, grandchild, son-in-law, 
daughter-in-law, father-in-law, mother-in-law, 
sister-in-law or brother-in-law;
	(d)	in clause (n) by adding ", or other eligible applicant in 
the case of the Organic Chicken Lease Program," after 
"authorized producer";
	(e)	in clause (t) by striking out "authorized" and 
substituting "a";
	(f)	in clause (v) by striking out "of quota" and 
substituting "chicken production quota, expressed in 
kilograms of live weight chicken,";
	(g)	by repealing clause (z).

3   Section 7(4) is amended by striking out "Notwithstanding" 
and substituting "Despite".

4   Section 9(1), (2), (3), (4) and (5) are repealed and the 
following is substituted: 
Reports and information to be provided
9(1)  Reports and information submitted under this section and 
section 10 must be in the form prescribed by or that is otherwise 
acceptable to the Board and must include the information required 
by the Board.
(2)  A hatchery must, for each week during which chicks are placed, 
prepare a report on Friday regarding the number and categories of 
chicks placed and submit the report to the Board office no later than 
Wednesday of the following week.
(3)  A processor must, 
	(a)	for each week during which chicken is processed, prepare a 
report on Friday regarding the amount and categories of 
chicken processed and submit the report to the Board office 
no later than Wednesday of the following week, and
	(b)	at the end of each day during which chickens are custom 
killed, prepare a report regarding the amount and categories 
of chicken custom killed and submit the report to the Board 
office within 15 days.
(4)  An authorized producer must, 
	(a)	for each week during which chicks are received other than 
from a hatchery licensed by the Board, prepare a report 
regarding the number and categories of chicks received and 
submit the report to the Board office no later than Friday of 
the following week, and
	(b)	for each week during which chicken is marketed by the 
producer to a person other than a processor, prepare a report 
on Friday regarding the sale, the categories and the amount 
of chicken sold and submit the report to the Board office no 
later than Wednesday of the following week.

5   Section 10 is amended
	(a)	by repealing subsection (1) and substituting the 
following: 
Service charge
10(1) The service charge to be paid by an authorized producer 
shall be
	(a)	prescribed by the Board in an amount per kilogram of 
live weight of chicken marketed, and
	(b)	$0.16 per kilogram of live weight of chicken, until 
otherwise prescribed.
	(b)	by repealing subsection (2)(b) and substituting the 
following:
	(b)	submit an accounting for the service charge to the Board 
office, along with the report required by section 9(3)(a). 
	(c)	by repealing subsection (3)(b) and substituting the 
following:
	(b)	submit an accounting for the service charge to the Board 
office, along with the report required by section 9(4)(b). 
	(d)	by adding the following after subsection (3):
(3.1)  Interest shall be paid on unpaid services charges at the 
rate prescribed by the Board.
	(e)	in subsection (4) by striking out "is a debt" and 
substituting ", and the interest prescribed in accordance 
with subsection (3.1), are debts".

6   Section 11 is amended by adding the following after 
clause (e):
	(f)	a lease of quota approved by the board in accordance with 
Part 2.1.

7   Section 14 is repealed.

8   Section 15(1)(a) and (2) are amended by striking out 
"density factor" wherever it occurs and substituting 
"conversion factor".

9   Section 18(7)(b) is amended by striking out ", including an 
adult interdependent partner".

10   Section 20 is amended by adding the following after 
subsection (4):
(5)  Only one financial interest may be registered in respect of an 
authorized quota.

11   Sections 28, 28.1 and 28.2 are repealed.

12   Section 33(5) is amended by adding "section 3.1;" before 
"section 8", by adding "section 18; section 20; section 21; section 
22; after "section 17;" and by striking out "section 27; section 
28;".

13   Section 35(a) and (b) are repealed and the following is 
substituted:
	(a)	if the producer has been engaged in production for the past 
12 months,
	(i)	to have marketed the amount of chicken determined by 
multiplying the number of chicks delivered to the 
producer by the average weight of chicken marketed by 
the producer in the past year, and
	(ii)	to have marketed all of the chicken that grew out of 
chicks that were delivered to the producer within 3 
months of the delivery of the chicks, and
	(b)	if the producer has not been engaged in production for the 
past 12 months, to have marketed the amount of chicken 
determined by multiplying the number of chicks delivered to 
the producer by the average live weight of all chicken 
marketed in Alberta of the same weight category as 
determined by statistics derived from Agriculture Canada 
Poultry Market Report number 52, or the current successor to 
that Report, in the year prior to the year that the chicken was 
marketed.

14   The following is added after section 41:
Part 2.1 
Special Marketing Programs
New Market Development Program
41.1(1)  For the purposes of this section and section 41.2,
	(a)	"new market development lease price" means the amount 
payable by a producer to a processor for the opportunity to 
lease new market development quota in accordance with this 
section;
	(b)	"New Market Development Program" means a program 
under which the Board may make available, offer, distribute 
and manage new chicken production quota units for the 
purpose of developing a new market;
	(c)	"new market development quota" means the new market 
development quota leased by the Board to an authorized 
producer in accordance with this section;
	(d)	"new market supply agreement" means an agreement 
between a processor and an authorized producer concerning 
new market development quota as referred to in section 41.2; 
	(e)	"period" means a period as determined under a Canada Act 
by the Canadian Chicken Marketing Agency;
	(f)	"processor-specific offer" means an offer of new market 
development quota made by the Board where 
	(i)	the new market development quota is offered pursuant 
to a request made to the Board by a processor under 
subsection (3)(b), and
	(ii)	the producers to whom the offer is made have a 
Board-approved new market supply agreement in place 
with that processor.
(2)  The Board may establish and operate a New Market 
Development Program in accordance with this section.
(3)  Within the time specified by a resolution of the Board, a 
processor may apply to the Board to request that the Board make
	(a)	an offer of new market development quota to all authorized 
producers, or
	(b)	a processor-specific offer to only those authorized producers 
who have a Board-approved new market supply agreement in 
place with that processor.
(4)  An application under subsection (3) must be in the form and 
provide the information prescribed by or that is otherwise acceptable 
to the Board.
(5)  If the Board determines that the application is acceptable, the 
Board may determine
	(a)	the production period for which the offer of new market 
development quota will be made, and
	(b)	the new market development lease price that will apply to the 
offer.
(6)  The Board must advise the applicant of its determination under 
subsection (5).
(7)  Within the time specified by a resolution of the Board,
	(a)	all authorized producers who are eligible to bid with respect 
to an offer of new market development quota may file with 
the Board a bid to lease new market development quota, or
	(b)	in the case of a processor-specific offer, only authorized 
producers who have a Board-approved new market supply 
agreement in place with that processor are eligible to bid.
(8)  A bid must
	(a)	be in a form satisfactory to the Board, and
	(b)	set out the maximum number of kilograms of new market 
development quota that the authorized producer proposes to 
lease.
(9)  The maximum number of kilograms of new market development 
quota that an authorized producer may bid is equal to the marketing 
quota that would be available to that producer if the percentage of 
utilization in effect in the period were 100%.
(10)  If the total kilograms of bids filed by authorized producers is 
less than the amount of chicken required by the applicant, the offer is 
void unless
	(a)	the applicant agrees to reduce the applicant's requirement so 
that it equals the amount of the bids, or
	(b)	the Board and applicant agree that the Board will make a new 
offer to authorized producers at a reduced new market 
development lease price.
(11)  As soon as practicable after the closing date established under 
subsection (7), the Board must
	(a)	distribute the total amount of new market development quota 
in rounds of one quota unit to each eligible bidder until all 
available new market development quota is distributed, and
	(b)	advise each authorized producer who bid of
	(i)	the amount of new market development quota that the 
producer is eligible to lease,
	(ii)	the new market development lease price, and
	(iii)	the time within which a bidder must advise the Board as 
to whether the bidder will in fact lease all or any of the 
new market development quota being offered by the 
Board.
(12)  On receipt of confirmation from the applicant processor that an 
authorized producer has paid the amount payable under subsection 
(11)(b)(ii), the Board must
	(a)	lease new market development quota to that producer, and
	(b)	specify in the lease the number of kilograms of new market 
development quota and the production period to which the 
lease applies.
(13)  The Board may by resolution establish rules, procedures and 
policies respecting
	(a)	the making of applications, and the filing of bids and 
submissions under this section,
	(b)	the considerations, decisions and communication required 
concerning a Board offer of new market development quota 
under this section, and
	(c)	the operation and administration of the New Market 
Development Program and the lease of new market 
development quota under this section.
(14)  The Board may revoke a lease of new market development 
quota if a processor or an authorized producer fails to comply with
	(a)	a provision of Part 1 or Part 2 that applies to that person as a 
processor or an authorized producer,
	(b)	a term of the lease of new market development quota, or
	(c)	a resolution issued by the Board under subsection (13).
New market supply agreements
41.2(1)  If a processor and an authorized producer wish to establish 
a new market supply agreement, the agreement, even though it is to 
be negotiated between the processor and the producer, is not 
effective until the Board has approved
	(a)	a lease of new market development quota to the authorized 
producer, under section 41.1, and
	(b)	the new market supply agreement that will apply to the lease, 
under this section.
(2)  A processor or an authorized producer who wishes to establish a 
new market supply agreement must submit the proposed new market 
supply agreement to the Board at the time and in the form prescribed 
by the Board or that is otherwise acceptable to the Board.
(3)  A submission under subsection (2) must contain any other 
information prescribed by or that is otherwise acceptable to the 
Board.
(4)  After considering the proposed new market supply agreement 
the Board may do one or more of the following:
	(a)	approve the new market supply agreement;
	(b)	confirm an authorized producer's eligibility for a lease of 
new market development quota under section 41.1(11)(b);
	(c)	impose any conditions and issue any directions that the 
Board considers appropriate in respect of the new market 
supply agreement or lease of new market development quota;
	(d)	refuse to approve the new market supply agreement.
(5)  The Board must notify the producer and the processor of its 
decisions and of any conditions imposed or directions issued under 
subsection (4). 
(6)  The Board may by resolution establish rules, procedures and 
policies respecting
	(a)	the submissions referred to in subsections (2) and (3),
	(b)	the consideration, approvals, conditions and directions 
referred to in subsection (4), and
	(c)	the operation and administration of the new market supply 
agreements referred to in this section and section 41.1.
(7)  The Board may revoke an approval granted under subsection 
(4)(a) if a processor or an authorized producer fails to comply with
	(a)		a provision of Part 1 or Part 2 that applies to that person as a 
processor or as an authorized producer,
	(b)	a provision of an approved new market supply agreement,
	(c)	a condition imposed or direction issued under subsection (4), 
or
	(d)	a resolution issued under subsection (6).
Organic Chicken Lease Program
41.3(1)  For the purposes of this section,
	(a)	"organic chicken lease price" means the amount payable to 
the Board, for the opportunity to lease organic chicken 
production quota in accordance with this section;
	(b)	"Organic Chicken Lease Program" means a program under 
which the Board may make available, distribute and manage 
organic chicken production quota units for the purpose of 
assisting organic chicken producers in developing a market 
for organic chicken;
	(c)	"organic chicken production quota" means the quota that 
may be leased by the Board to an authorized producer or 
other eligible applicant, permitting the production and 
marketing of organic chicken in accordance with this section.
(2)  The Board may establish and operate an Organic Chicken Lease 
Program under which the Board may make available 200 000 
kilograms of live weight organic chicken annually, for lease at the 
organic chicken lease prices determined by the Board under this 
section.
(3)  The maximum amount of organic chicken production quota that 
may be leased by the Board to any one producer is 30 000 kilograms 
of live weight organic chicken annually.
(4)  When determining the organic chicken lease price that is to be 
paid to the Board for a lease of organic chicken production quota, the 
Board is to take into consideration, where possible,
	(a)	the new market development lease price referred to in section 
41.1, or
	(b)	if no new market development lease price has been 
established for the year in which organic chicken production 
is to be leased, an estimate by the Board of what the new 
market development lease price would be, having regard to 
current market conditions.
(5)  On or before March 1st in each year in which organic chicken 
production quota is to be leased, or such other date as the Board may 
set, an authorized producer or any other person interested in 
producing and marketing organic chicken may apply to the Board to 
be considered for a lease of organic chicken production quota.
(6)  An application made under subsection (5) must
	(a)	be in the form prescribed by or that is otherwise acceptable to 
the Board,
	(b)	specify the production facilities and premises at which the 
applicant intends to carry out the organic chicken production, 
and
	(c)	contain any other information that the Board requests.
(7)  The Board may refuse to grant a lease of organic chicken 
production quota to an applicant if, in the Board's opinion,
	(a)	the applicant lacks the experience, equipment or financial 
responsibility to properly engage in organic chicken 
production,
	(b)	the applicant fails to establish to the satisfaction of the Board 
that the chicken that is to be produced at the production 
facilities and premises specified in the application will in fact 
be certified as organically produced chicken by
	(i)	an organization recognized by the Board as qualified to 
certify chicken production as organic chicken 
production, or
	(ii)	the appropriate persons representing the Department of 
Agriculture and Rural Development who are qualified 
to certify chicken production as organic chicken 
production,
	(c)	the applicant fails to comply with any technical requirements 
under the on-farm Food Safety Assurance Program, or
	(d)	the applicant fails to comply with any technical requirements 
under the Animal Care Program.
(8)  As soon as practicable after the closing date established under 
subsection (5),
	(a)	the Board must consider all the applications and determine 
which applicants, if any, are acceptable to the Board,
	(b)	if the Board determines that the total amount of organic 
chicken production quota being applied for by all the eligible 
applicants exceeds the 200 000 kilograms of live weight 
organic chicken production available annually, the Board 
must distribute organic chicken production quota in rounds of 
one kilogram of live weight organic chicken to each eligible 
applicant until all of the available organic chicken production 
quota is distributed, and
	(c)	on determining that an application is acceptable, the Board 
must advise the eligible applicant of the following:
	(i)	that the application has been accepted by the Board and 
the applicant is eligible to lease organic chicken 
production quota;
	(ii)	the amount of organic chicken production quota that is 
being offered to the applicant for leasing;
	(iii)	the organic chicken lease price being offered to the 
applicant;
	(iv)	the time within which the applicant must advise the 
Board as to whether the applicant will in fact lease all or 
any of the organic chicken production quota being 
offered to the applicant.
(9)  Once an eligible applicant has advised the Board that the 
applicant accepts the offer by the Board to lease organic chicken 
production quota,
	(a)	the Board must lease that quota to the applicant, and
	(b)	that quota becomes effective at the time that the applicant 
makes payment in full to the Board for that quota.
(10)  If a person leases organic chicken production quota, the 
following apply:
	(a)	the person becomes the lessee of the quota;
	(b)	the lease of the quota expires on the last day of February 
following the year in which the lease was granted;
	(c)	the production of organic chicken under the quota must take 
place at the production facilities and premises specified in the 
application;
	(d)	if the production facilities and premises at which the 
production of the organic chicken under the quota takes place 
are sold, transferred, assigned, sub-leased or otherwise 
divided or disposed of, the lease of the quota is cancelled 
unless otherwise directed by the Board;
	(e)	all the organic chicken that is produced or that is authorized 
to be produced under the quota must be produced and 
marketed within the term specified in the lease;
	(f)	in the case of any underproduction of organic chicken under 
the quota that is existing at the time of the termination of the 
lease, the underproduction is not eligible to be carried over 
and produced under any new lease of organic chicken 
production quota that is granted to the person;
	(g)	the person shall not market organic chicken that is in excess 
of the quota;  
	(h)	despite clause (g), in the case of the person marketing 
organic chicken that is in excess of the quota, the person 
must pay to the Board a levy that is equal to
	(i)	the organic chicken lease price for each kilogram of 
organic chicken that is marketed in excess of 100% but 
not in excess of the lower range of the overproduction 
sleeve established under section 23.01,
	(ii)	$0.44 a kilogram for each kilogram of organic chicken 
that is marketed in excess of the lower range of the 
overproduction sleeve but less than the upper range of 
the overproduction sleeve established under section 
23.01, and
	(iii)	$0.88 a kilogram for each kilogram of organic chicken 
that is marketed in excess of the upper range of the 
overproduction sleeve established under section 23.01;
	(i)	the following provisions apply to the person as if the person 
were an authorized producer:
		section 3.1; 
section 8; 
section 9; 
section 10; 
section 15; 
section 17; 
section 18; 
section 20; 
section 21; 
section 22; 
section 29; 
section 30; 
section 35; 
section 36; 
section 37; 
section 38; 
section 40.
(11)  The Organic Chicken Lease Program is subject to the following 
conditions:
	(a)	a person may only be granted leases of organic chicken 
production quota one year at a time for a maximum of 7 
years;
	(b)	any production facilities and premises at which organic 
chicken are produced under an organic chicken production 
quota may only be used for that purpose for a maximum of 7 
years;
	(c)	if the program is terminated by the Board before the 
conclusion of the 7-year period referred to in clauses (a) and 
(b), the maximum amount of time
	(i)	for which a person may be granted one-year leases of 
organic chicken production quota, and
	(ii)	that the production facilities and premises may be used 
to produce organic chicken under an organic chicken 
production quota,
		is restricted to that shorter period of time.
(12)  The Board may by resolution establish rules, procedures and 
policies respecting
	(a)	the making of applications or submission of information, 
acceptances or payment to the Board under this section,
	(b)	the considerations, decisions and communication required of 
the Board under this section, and
	(c)	the operation and administration of the Organic Chicken 
Lease Program under this section.
(13)  The Board may revoke a lease of organic chicken production 
quota if a processor or producer fails to comply with
	(a)	this section, or a provision of Part 1 or Part 2 that applies to 
that person as the result of subsection (10)(i), or
	(b)	a resolution issued by the Board under subsection (12).
Direct Marketing Lease Program
41.4(1)  For the purposes of this section,
	(a)	"consumer" includes a restaurant or restaurant chain;
	(b)	"direct marketer" means an authorized producer who is 
engaged in direct marketing;
	(c)	"direct marketing" means the production and sale of chicken 
from the primary producer directly to the consumer of the 
product through the producer's own supply chain of chick 
purchasing, production, promotion, transportation and 
distribution;
	(d)	"direct marketing lease price" means the amount payable  by 
a producer to the Board, for the opportunity to lease direct 
marketing production quota in accordance with this section;
	(e)	"Direct Marketing Lease Program" means a program under 
which the Board may make available, distribute and manage 
chicken production quota units for the purpose of assisting 
direct marketers in developing a direct marketing business;
	(f)	"direct marketing production quota" means the quota that 
may be leased by the Board to an authorized producer 
permitting the producer to produce and direct market chicken 
in accordance with this section.
(2)  The Board may establish and operate a Direct Marketing Lease 
Program, under which the Board may make available 300 000 
kilograms of live weight chicken annually, for lease at the direct 
marketing lease price determined by the Board.
(3)  The maximum amount of direct marketing production quota that 
may be leased by the Board to any one direct marketer 
	(a)	shall not exceed the marketing quota allocated to the 
authorized producer in accordance with Part 1 or Part 2 of 
this Regulation, and
	(b)	shall not exceed 60 000 kilograms of live weight chicken 
production annually.
(4)  The Board may not grant a lease of direct marketing production 
quota for more than one year at a time. 
(5)  For the purposes of this section, the Board shall, no later than 
August 15th of each year, prescribe for the following calendar year
	(a)	the eligibility criteria for applications,
	(b)	the direct marketing lease price, and
	(c)	the time within which applications for leases of direct 
marketing production quota and acceptance of offers to lease 
direct marketing production quota are to be submitted to the 
Board.
(6)  An authorized producer may apply to the Board for a lease of 
direct marketing production quota in the form prescribed by or that is 
otherwise acceptable to the Board.
(7)  An application under subsection (6) must
	(a)	identify the direct marketing, production, promotion, 
transportation and distribution channels and activities for 
which the Board's approval is sought, in the form prescribed 
by or that is otherwise acceptable to the Board,
	(b)	specify the production facilities and premises at which the 
applicant intends to produce chicken in accordance with this 
section,
	(c)	confirm that 
	(i)	the applicant intends to direct market a minimum of 
7000 kilograms of live weight production annually, and
	(ii)	a licensed provincially or federally inspected processor 
will process the chicken,
	(d)	contain any other information that the Board requests, and
	(e)	be received by the Board within the deadline established 
under subsection (5)(c).
(8)  The Board may refuse to grant a lease of direct marketing 
production quota to an applicant if, in the Board's opinion,
	(a)	the applicant lacks or fails to demonstrate the experience, 
equipment or financial responsibility to establish and 
maintain the direct marketing, production, promotion, 
transportation and distribution channels identified in its 
application to the Board under subsection (6),
	(b)	the applicant has outstanding service charges or levies 
payable to the Board, or
	(c)	the applicant fails to meet the criteria for applicant eligibility 
established under subsection (5)(a).
(9)  As soon as practicable after the closing date for the receipt of 
applications for direct marketing production quota,
	(a)	the Board must consider all the applications and determine 
which applications, if any, are acceptable to the Board,
	(b)	if the Board determines that the total amount of direct 
marketing production quota being applied for by all the 
acceptable applicants exceeds the 300 000 kilograms of live 
weight production available annually, the Board must 
distribute direct marketing production quota in rounds of 
1 kilogram of live weight chicken to each acceptable 
applicant until all of the available direct marketing 
production quota is distributed, and
	(c)	on determining that an application is acceptable, the Board 
must advise the applicant of the following:
	(i)	that the application has been accepted by the Board and 
the applicant is eligible to lease direct marketing 
production quota;
	(ii)	the amount of direct marketing production quota that is 
being offered to the applicant for leasing;
	(iii)	the direct marketing lease price being offered to the 
applicant;
	(iv)	the time within which the applicant must advise the 
Board as to whether the applicant will in fact lease all or 
any of the direct marketing production quota being 
offered to the applicant.
(10)  Once an applicant has advised the Board that the applicant 
accepts the offer by the Board to lease direct marketing production 
quota, and the applicant has remitted full payment to the Board for 
the full amount of the direct marketing production quota,
	(a)	the Board must lease the quota to the applicant, and
	(b)	the quota becomes effective at the time the applicant makes 
payment in full to the Board for the quota.
(11)  Where a person leases direct marketing production quota, the 
following applies:
	(a)	the person becomes the lessee of the quota;
	(b)	the lease of the quota expires on December 31st of the year 
for which the lease was granted;
	(c)	the production of chicken under the quota must take place at 
the production facilities and premises specified in the 
application submitted to the Board by the person;
	(d)	if the production facilities and premises at which the 
production of the chicken under the direct marketing quota 
takes place are sold, transferred, assigned, sub-leased or 
otherwise divided or disposed of, the lease of the direct 
marketing quota is cancelled unless otherwise directed by the 
Board;
	(e)	the production of chicken under the quota must comply with 
the direct marketing, production, promotion, transportation 
and distribution channels and activities set out in the 
application to the Board and approved by the Board under 
subsection (9);
	(f)	all of the chicken that is produced or that is authorized to be 
produced under the direct marketing quota must be produced 
and marketed within the production cycles established under 
section 17;
	(g)	in the case of any underproduction existing at the time of the 
termination of the lease, the producer's allowed marketing of 
chicken must be increased in a subsequent production cycle 
by the lesser of
	(i)	the marketing deficit, or
	(ii)	5% of the producer's marketing quota in effect at the 
time of the marketing deficit;
	(h)	the person is not to produce direct marketing production 
quota in excess of the amount permitted to be marketed under 
the quota; 
	(i)	despite clause (h) in the case of the person marketing chicken 
in excess of that which is permitted under the quota, the 
Board must in a subsequent production cycle, without 
permanently reducing the authorized quota allocated to the 
producer, reduce the weight of chicken that was marketed in 
excess of the producer's marketing quota, and the person 
must pay to the Board a levy that is equal to
	(i)	$0.44 for each kilogram of chicken marketed in excess 
of the lower range of the overproduction sleeve but less 
than the upper range of the overproduction sleeve 
established by the Board through a Board Order or 
Directive under section 23.01, and
	(ii)	$0.88 for each kilogram of chicken marketed in excess 
of the upper range of the overproduction sleeve 
established by the Board through a Board Order or 
Directive under section 23.01.
(12)  The Board may by resolution establish rules, procedures and 
policies respecting
	(a)	the making of applications or submission of information, 
acceptances or payment to the Board under this section,
	(b)	the considerations, decisions and communication required of 
the Board under this section, and
	(c)	the operation and administration of the Direct Marketing 
Lease Program under this section.
(13)  The Board may revoke a lease of direct marketing production 
quota if a processor or authorized producer fails to comply with
	(a)	this section, or a provision of Part 1 or Part 2 that applies to 
that person as a processor or as an authorized producer, or
	(b)	a resolution issued by the Board under subsection (12).
(14)  After the Direct Marketing Lease Program has been in 
operation for 3 years, the Board must present a report in respect of 
the program at the annual meeting that takes place following the 
conclusion of that 3rd year for the purposes of reviewing the 
program's effectiveness in assisting direct marketers to develop a 
sustainable business.

15   The Schedule is repealed.


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Alberta Regulation 224/2012
Electric Utilities Act 
Gas Utilities Act
ELECTRIC AND GAS UTILITIES (EXPIRY CLAUSE) 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: December 12, 2012
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Energy (M.O. 104/2012) on 
November 20, 2012 pursuant to sections 108 and 115 of the Electric Utilities Act and 
pursuant to section 28.1 of the Gas Utilities Act. 
1   The Billing Regulation, 2003 (AR 159/2003) is amended in 
section 6 by striking out "April 30, 2013" and substituting 
"April 30, 2018".

2   The Code of Conduct Regulation (AR 160/2003) is 
amended in section 48 by striking out "April 30, 2013" and 
substituting "April 30, 2018".

3   The Code of Conduct Regulation (AR 183/2003) is 
amended in section 43 by striking out "April 30, 2013" and 
substituting "April 30, 2018".

4   The Default Gas Supply Regulation (AR 184/2003) is 
amended in section 10 by striking out "April 30, 2013" and 
substituting "April 30, 2018".

5   The Distribution Tariff Regulation (AR 162/2003) is 
amended in section 14 by striking out "April 30, 2013" and 
substituting "April 30, 2018".

6   The Natural Gas Billing Regulation (AR 185/2003) is 
amended in section 11 by striking out "April 30, 2013" and 
substituting "April 30, 2018".

7   The Regulated Rate Option Regulation (AR 262/2005) is 
amended in section 28 by striking out "June 30, 2014" and 
substituting "April 30, 2018".

8   The Roles, Relationships and Responsibilities 
Regulation (AR 186/2003) is amended in section 10 by 
striking out "April 30, 2013" and substituting "April 30, 2018".

9   The Roles, Relationships and Responsibilities 
Regulation, 2003 (AR 169/2003) is amended in section 15 by 
striking out "April 30, 2013" and substituting "April 30, 2018".