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Alberta Regulation 28/2013
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
ALBERTA BEEF PRODUCERS AUTHORIZATION (LEVY) REGULATION
Filed: March 18, 2013
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Agricultural Products Marketing Council 
on March 6, 2013 and approved by the Minister of Agriculture and Rural 
Development on March 13, 2013 pursuant to section 26 of the Marketing of 
Agricultural Products Act. 
Definitions
1(1)  In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Act" means the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act;
	(b)	"Plan" means the Alberta Beef Producers Plan Regulation 
(AR 286/2009).
(2)  Words used in this Regulation have the same meaning as they do 
in the Act and the Plan.
Levies
2   For the purposes of enabling the Commission to operate the Plan, 
the Commission is hereby authorized under section 26(1) of the Act to 
make regulations
	(a)	providing for the assessment, charging and collection of 
levies from producers from time to time for the purposes of 
the Plan;
	(b)	providing for the taking of legal action to enforce payment of 
the levies;
	(c)	requiring any person who receives a regulated product from a 
producer
	(i)	to deduct from the money payable to the producer any 
levies payable by the producer to the Commission, and
	(ii)	to forward the amount deducted to the Commission;
	(d)	providing for payment to the Canada Board of money that is 
payable under the Canada Act.
Repeal
3   The Alberta Beef Producers Authorization (Levy) Regulation 
(AR 184/2010) is repealed.
Expiry
4   This Regulation expires on June 30, 2015.


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Alberta Regulation 29/2013
Municipal Government Act
CROWN LAND AREA DESIGNATION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 18, 2013
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Environment and Sustainable 
Resource Development (M.O. 01/2013) on March 3, 2013 pursuant to section 618(3) 
of the Municipal Government Act. 
1   The Crown Land Area Designation Regulation 
(AR 239/2003) is amended by this Regulation. 

2   Section 3 is amended by striking out "April 30, 2013" and 
substituting "April 30, 2022".


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Alberta Regulation 30/2013
Administrative Procedures and Jurisdiction Act
AUTHORITIES DESIGNATION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 20, 2013
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 53/2013) 
on March 20, 2013 pursuant to section 2 of the Administrative Procedures and 
Jurisdiction Act. 
1   The Authorities Designation Regulation (AR 64/2003) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 3 is amended by striking out "March 31, 2013" and 
substituting "September 30, 2013".


Alberta Regulation 31/2013
Alberta Human Rights Act
HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION AND MULTICULTURALISM FUND  
GRANT AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 20, 2013
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 54/2013) 
on March 20, 2013 pursuant to section 14 of the Alberta Human Rights Act. 
1   The Human Rights Education and Multiculturalism Fund 
Grant Regulation (AR 13/2000) is amended by this 
Regulation.

2   Section 10 is amended by striking out "March 31, 2013" 
and substituting "September 30, 2013".


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Alberta Regulation 32/2013
Fatal Accidents Act
FATAL ACCIDENTS REGULATION
Filed: March 20, 2013
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 55/2013) 
on March 20, 2013 pursuant to section 10 of the Fatal Accidents Act. 
Damage amounts varied
1(1)  Notwithstanding section 8(2) of the Act the amounts to be 
awarded under that provision are
	(a)	subject to section 8(3) of the Act, $82 000 to the spouse or 
adult interdependent partner of the deceased person,
	(b)	$82 000 to the parent or parents of the deceased person to be 
divided equally if the action is brought for the benefit of both 
parents, and
	(c)	$49 000 to each child of the deceased person.
(2)  The amounts prescribed in subsection (1) apply to an action in 
which the deceased person died on or after May 1, 2013.  
Coming into force
2   This Regulation comes into force on May 1, 2013.


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Alberta Regulation 33/2013
Judicature Act
PROVINCIAL JUDGES AND MASTERS IN CHAMBERS 
2013 COMPENSATION COMMISSION REGULATION
Filed: March 20, 2013
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 56/2013) 
on March 20, 2013 pursuant to section 42 of the Judicature Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	Establishment of 2013 Commission
	3	Composition, etc., of Commission
	4	Role of Commission
	5	Commission expenses
	6	Presentation of report to Minister and Association
	7	Amendment of report
	8	Lieutenant Governor in Council's decision on the report
	9	Effect of recommendations on Crown
	10	Public notice of inquiry
	11	Pre-inquiry meeting
	12	Inquiry procedure
	13	Criteria for recommendations
	14	Voluntary meetings
	15	Provision of order in council and legislation to judges
	16	Confidentiality of the report
	17	Association's costs of making submissions
	18	Judicial review
	19	Service of notices
	20	Expiry
	21	Commencement
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Association" means the Alberta Provincial Judges' 
Association;
	(b)	"Commission" means the 2013 Alberta Judicial 
Compensation Commission established by section 2 and 
"commissioner" means a member of the Commission;
	(c)	"compensation" means the salary, pension, including the 
contributions of the Government of Alberta and judges, 
benefits and allowances provided to the judges;
	(d)	"inquiry" means the inquiry referred to in section 4(1);
	(e)	"judges" means, except in section 13(e), the judges of the 
Provincial Court and the masters in chambers holding office 
under the Court of Queen's Bench Act;
	(f)	"reasons" means a written explanation that meets the 
justification standard under the Constitution of Canada used 
to evaluate decisions of a government to depart from a 
recommendation of an independent body regarding judicial 
compensation;
	(g)	"recommendations" means the recommendations referred to 
in section 4(2);
	(h)	"the Minister" means the Minister of Justice and Solicitor 
General;
	(i)	"the report" means the report of the Commission presented or 
to be presented under section 6 except that, if an amended 
report is or is to be presented under section 7(2), it means 
that amended report.
Establishment of 2013 Commission
2   The 2013 Alberta Judicial Compensation Commission is 
established.
Composition, etc., of Commission
3(1)  The Commission is to consist of
	(a)	one commissioner appointed by the Minister,
	(b)	one commissioner appointed by the Minister on the 
nomination of the Association, and
	(c)	one commissioner appointed by the Minister on the 
nomination of the commissioners appointed under clauses (a) 
and (b).
(2)  The commissioner appointed under subsection (1)(c) is to be the 
chair of the Commission.
(3)  If a commissioner dies, resigns or is unable or unwilling to 
discharge his or her responsibilities, the Minister shall appoint a 
replacement, which appointment, in the case of subsection (1)(b) or 
(c), is to be made only after receiving the applicable nomination. 
(4)  Subject to subsection (5),
	(a)	active judges, 
	(b)	justices of the peace,
	(c)	members of the Legislative Assembly, 
	(d)	members of boards, commissions and other bodies appointed 
by the Lieutenant Governor in Council or by any minister of 
the Crown, 
	(e)	other persons who hold office by way of an appointment by 
the Lieutenant Governor in Council or by a minister of the 
Crown, and 
	(f)	employees within the meaning of the Public Service Act 
may not be commissioners.
(5)  A person referred to in subsection (4)(d), (e) or (f) may be the 
commissioner referred to in 
	(a)	subsection (1)(b) or (c), or
	(b)	subsection (1)(a) if the Association approves the appointment 
in writing.
Role of Commission
4(1)  The Commission shall conduct an inquiry respecting the 
appropriate level of compensation with a view to preparing the report, 
including
	(a)	the appropriate level of salary for judges sitting full or part-
time or on a supernumerary basis,
	(b)	the appropriate design and level of judges' pension benefits 
of all kinds,
	(c)	the appropriate level and kinds of benefits and allowances of 
judges, and
	(d)	any other issues relevant to the financial security of the 
judges that the Commission agrees to resolve.
(2)  The Commission shall, in the report, make recommendations 
respecting compensation for the period April 1, 2013 to March 31, 
2017, the effective date of the recommendations, unless otherwise 
stated, being April 1, 2013.
(3)  The Commission shall determine issues relating to compensation 
independently, effectively and objectively.
(4)  The Commission shall contribute to maintaining and enhancing the 
independence of the Provincial Court and the judges through the 
inquiry process and the report.
Commission expenses
5(1)  The Crown shall pay the Commission all reasonable expenses 
incurred by the Commission in conducting the inquiry and preparing a 
report under this Regulation.
(2)  A commissioner is entitled to remuneration and reimbursement for 
expenses as determined by the Minister.
Presentation of report to Minister and Association
6   The Commission shall present its report or its initial report, 
containing its recommendations, to the Minister and the Association on 
the date determined by the Minister and previously notified to the 
Commission.
Amendment of report
7(1)  The Commission may amend a report presented under section 6 
after reviewing any submissions made by the Minister and the 
Association if
	(a)	the Commission is satisfied that that report
	(i)	failed to deal with an issue raised during the inquiry, or
	(ii)	contains an obvious error,
		and
	(b)	the Minister or the Association requests that the Commission 
amend that report within 30 days after receiving that report 
under section 6.
(2)  Within 30 days after receiving a request under subsection (1)(b), 
the Commission shall either present an amended report to the Minister 
and the Association or inform them that there will be no amended 
report.
(3)  An amended report under subsection (2) may differ from the report 
presented under section 6 only so far as is necessary to deal with the 
matters referred to in subsection (1)(a).
(4)  Nothing requires the Minister or the Association to make a request 
under subsection (1)(b).
Lieutenant Governor in Council's decision on the report
8(1)  On receiving the report, the Minister shall present it to the 
Lieutenant Governor in Council in adequate time for subsection (2) to 
be met.
(2)  Within 120 days after the presentation of the report under section 6 
or, where that report is amended under section 7, that amended report, 
the Lieutenant Governor in Council shall make an order containing the 
decisions on the recommendations made by the Commission and, if 
any of those recommendations are not accepted, providing reasons for 
the non-acceptance.
Effect of recommendations on Crown
9(1)  Subject to subsection (2), a recommendation made by the 
Commission is binding on the Crown.
(2)  A recommendation made by the Commission is not binding on the 
Crown if or to the extent that
	(a)	it is not accepted, with reasons given, by the Lieutenant 
Governor in Council, and
	(b)	the Minister provides a copy of the order in council 
containing the non-acceptance and reasons to the Association 
within 14 days after the making of the order.
Public notice of inquiry
10   The Commission shall give such public notice as it considers 
necessary of the commencement of its inquiry and of the closing date 
for written submissions.
Pre-inquiry meeting
11   At the earliest reasonable opportunity before the commencement 
of the inquiry, the Minister and the Association shall meet with the 
Commission to address any preliminary matters that may arise and any 
other matters that the Commission considers advisable. 
Inquiry procedure
12(1)  Subject to this section, the Commission may determine its own 
inquiry procedure.
(2)  Section 17(2)(a) and (c) of the Interpretation Act do not apply.
(3)  The full membership of 3 commissioners provided for in section 
3(1) constitutes the quorum at a meeting of the Commission.
(4)  The Minister and the Association shall make every endeavour to 
arrive at an agreed statement of facts and an agreed list of exhibits to 
be filed and, to the extent that they have been able to agree them, shall 
provide them to the Commission. 
(5)  The Commission may record any inquiry proceedings and, if it 
does, shall provide transcripts to those who request them and pay the 
fee required by the Commission.
(6)  The Commission may accept such evidence as is relevant to the 
determination of the issues and is not required to adhere to the rules of 
evidence applicable to courts of civil or criminal jurisdiction.
(7)  Any member of the public is entitled to attend the inquiry 
proceedings and, subject to section 10, to make written submissions to 
the Commission.
(8)  The Commission may 
	(a)	grant leave to any member of the public to make oral 
submissions, or
	(b)	notwithstanding section 10, limit to written submissions any 
submission from an individual judge, 
after hearing submissions made by the Minister and the Association on 
whether or not to do so.
(9)  The Commission may require the attendance of any person who 
has filed written submissions and may require that person to respond to 
any questions from either the Minister or the Association, or both, as 
well as from the Commission, and if the person fails to appear or to 
respond to any of those questions, the Commission may ignore those 
written submissions.
(10)  The Commission may, on application, direct the Minister or the 
Association, or both, to produce any documents that are not subject to 
privilege.
(11)  The testimony of witnesses must be under oath or affirmation.
(12)  The Commission may not award costs for written submissions 
but may award the reasonable travel, accommodation and meal 
expenses of anyone required by the Commission to attend.
(13)  Any person requesting copies of any written submissions to the 
Commission is entitled to receive a copy of the submissions on 
payment of such reasonable fee as the Commission decides.
(14)  The  recommendations must be based solely on the evidence 
submitted to the Commission.
(15)  If the Commission makes any recommendation by a simple 
majority on any matter, the commissioner in the minority may make a 
minority recommendation on that matter.
Criteria for recommendations
13   The Commission, in making the recommendations, shall consider 
the following criteria:
	(a)	the constitutional law of Canada;
	(b)	the need to maintain the independence of the judges and the 
Provincial Court;
	(c)	the unique nature of the role of judges;
	(d)	in the case of Provincial Court judges, the need to maintain a 
strong Provincial Court by attracting highly qualified 
applicants;
	(e)	the remuneration and benefits other judges in Canada 
receive;
	(f)	the growth or decline, or both, in real per capita income in 
Alberta;
	(g)	the need to provide fair and reasonable compensation in light 
of prevailing economic conditions in Alberta and the overall 
state of the economy, including the financial position of the 
Government;
	(h)	the Alberta cost of living index and the position of the judges 
relative to its increases or decreases, or both;
	(i)	the nature of the jurisdiction of judges;
	(j)	the level of increases or decreases, or both, provided to other 
programs and persons funded by the Government;
	(k)	any other factors considered by the Commission to be 
relevant to the matters in issue.
Voluntary meetings
14   The Minister and the Association may meet at any time to discuss 
improvements to the Commission inquiry process.
Provision of order in council and legislation to judges
15(1)  The Association shall, forthwith after receiving the copy of the 
order made under section 8(2) provide a copy of it to the judges.
(2)  The Minister shall, as soon as practicable, provide the Association 
with a copy of any legislation implementing the report and the order 
referred to in subsection (1) and the Association shall provide the 
judges with copies of the legislation forthwith after receiving it.
Confidentiality of the report
16   Subject to sections 6, 7(2) and 8(1), every person having access to 
the report or any proposed recommendations in it shall not disclose it 
or them to any other person, unless pursuant to an order of a court, 
until the order in council referred to in section 8(2) has been made.
Association's costs of making submissions
17(1)  The Crown shall pay the reasonable costs incurred by the 
Association in making its submissions to the Commission in an 
amount not exceeding the amount set by order of the Minister, which 
order must be made within a reasonable period of time before the date 
set by the Commission for the commencement of its inquiry hearings.
(2)  If the Minister does not agree with the costs incurred by the 
Association for the purposes of subsection (1), including lawyers' 
charges and other costs of the proceedings before the Commission, 
then, on the Minister's application, the reasonableness of those costs 
may be reviewed by a review officer, in which case Rule 10.46 
(including the right of appeal under Rule 10.46(4)) of the Alberta 
Rules of Court (AR 124/2010) applies.
Judicial review
18(1)  If
	(a)	the Lieutenant Governor in Council decides, with reasons, 
not to accept any of the recommendations in whole or in part, 
	(b)	the Association or any judge brings an application for 
judicial review of that decision, and 
	(c)	that application is successful,
the Court may not make the report binding on the Crown but may refer 
the report to the Lieutenant Governor in Council or to the Commission 
for a reconsideration.
(2)  If the Court makes the reference under subsection (1), the 
Lieutenant Governor in Council or the Commission, as the case may 
be, has 120 days from the day that the application was granted to 
reconsider the recommendations in accordance with the directions, if 
any, of the Court.
Service of notices
19(1)  A notice that is required by this Regulation to be given to the 
Minister must be given 
	(a)	by leaving a written copy of the notice at the legislative 
office of the Minister, or
	(b)	by service on counsel as provided for in the Alberta Rules of 
Court (AR 124/2010), if the Minister has given notice in 
writing of the appointment of counsel.
(2)  A notice that is required by this Regulation to be given to the 
Association must be given 
	(a)	by leaving a written copy of the notice at its registered office, 
or 
	(b)	by service on its counsel as provided for in the Alberta Rules 
of Court (AR 124/2010), if the Association has given notice 
in writing of the appointment of its counsel.
(3)  Notwithstanding anything in this section, a document may be 
served, for the purposes of this Regulation, in accordance with any 
manner agreed in writing by the Minister and the Association with 
respect to such a document.
Expiry
20   This Regulation expires on March 31, 2019.
Commencement
21   This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 2013.


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Alberta Regulation 34/2013
Judicature Act
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE 2013 COMPENSATION 
COMMISSION REGULATION
Filed: March 20, 2013
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 57/2013) 
on March 20, 2013 pursuant to section 42 of the Judicature Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	Establishment of 2013 Commission
	3	Composition, etc., of Commission
	4	Role of Commission
	5	Commission expenses
	6	Presentation of report to Minister and Society
	7	Amendment of report
	8	Lieutenant Governor in Council's decision on the report
	9	Effect of recommendations on Crown
	10	Public notice of inquiry
	11	Pre-inquiry meeting
	12	Inquiry procedure
	13	Criteria for recommendations
	14	Voluntary meetings
	15	Provision of order in council and legislation to justices
	16	Confidentiality of the report
	17	Society's costs of making submissions
	18	Judicial review
	19	Service of notices
	20	Expiry
	21	Commencement
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Commission" means the 2013 Alberta Justices of the Peace 
Compensation Commission established by section 2 and 
"commissioner" means a member of the Commission;
	(b)	"compensation" means remuneration and benefits;
	(c)	"inquiry" means the inquiry referred to in section 4(1);
	(d)	"justices" means persons appointed (including reappointed) 
as justices of the peace under the Justice of the Peace Act and 
whose appointments are designated as full-time or part-time 
or are on an ad hoc basis;
	(e)	"reasons" means a written explanation that meets the 
justification standard under the Constitution of Canada used 
to evaluate decisions of a government to depart from a 
recommendation of an independent body regarding judicial 
compensation;
	(f)	"recommendations" means the recommendations referred to 
in section 4(2);
	(g)	"Society" means The Society of the Justices of the Peace in 
Alberta;
	(h)	"the Minister" means the Minister of Justice and Solicitor 
General;
	(i)	"the report" means the report of the Commission presented or 
to be presented under section 6 except that, if an amended 
report is or is to be presented under section 7(2), it means 
that amended report.
Establishment of 2013 Commission
2   The 2013 Alberta Justices of the Peace Compensation Commission 
is established.
Composition, etc., of Commission
3(1)  The Commission is to consist of
	(a)	one commissioner appointed by the Minister,
	(b)	one commissioner appointed by the Minister on the 
nomination of the Society, and
	(c)	one commissioner appointed by the Minister on the 
nomination of the commissioners appointed under clauses (a) 
and (b).
(2)  The commissioner appointed under subsection (1)(c) is to be the 
chair of the Commission.
(3)  If a commissioner dies, resigns or is unable or unwilling to 
discharge his or her responsibilities, the Minister shall appoint a 
replacement, which appointment, in the case of subsection (1)(b) or 
(c), is to be made only after receiving the applicable nomination. 
(4)  Subject to subsection (5),
	(a)	active judges, 
	(b)	justices, 
	(c)	members of the Legislative Assembly, 
	(d)	members of boards, commissions and other bodies appointed 
by the Lieutenant Governor in Council or by any minister of 
the Crown, 
	(e)	other persons who hold office by way of an appointment by 
the Lieutenant Governor in Council or by a minister, and 
	(f)	employees within the meaning of the Public Service Act 
may not be commissioners.
(5)  A person referred to in subsection (4)(d), (e) or (f) may be the 
commissioner referred to in 
	(a)	subsection (1)(b) or (c), or
	(b)	subsection (1)(a) if the Society approves the appointment in 
writing.
Role of Commission
4(1)  The Commission shall conduct an inquiry respecting the 
appropriate level of compensation for justices with a view to preparing 
the report.
(2)  The Commission shall, in the report, make recommendations 
respecting the compensation of the justices for the period April 1, 2013 
to March 31, 2017, the effective date of the recommendations, unless 
otherwise stated, being April 1, 2013.
(3)  The Commission shall determine issues relating to compensation 
of justices independently, effectively and objectively.
(4)  The Commission shall contribute to maintaining and enhancing the 
independence of the justices through the inquiry process and the report.
Commission expenses
5(1)  The Crown shall pay the Commission all reasonable expenses 
incurred by the Commission in conducting the inquiry and preparing a 
report under this Regulation.
(2)  A commissioner is entitled to compensation and reimbursement 
for expenses as determined by the Minister.
Presentation of report to Minister and Society
6   The Commission shall present its report or its initial report, 
containing its recommendations, to the Minister and the Society on the 
date determined by the Minister and previously notified to the 
Commission.
Amendment of report
7(1)  The Commission may amend a report presented under section 6 
after reviewing any submissions made by the Minister and the Society 
if
	(a)	the Commission is satisfied that that report
	(i)	failed to deal with an issue raised during the inquiry, or
	(ii)	contains an obvious error,
		and
	(b)	the Minister or the Society requests that the Commission 
amend that report within 30 days after receiving that report 
under section 6.
(2)  Within 30 days after receiving a request under subsection (1)(b), 
the Commission shall either present an amended report to the Minister 
and the Society or inform them that there will be no amended report.
(3)  An amended report under subsection (2) may differ from the report 
presented under section 6 only so far as is necessary to deal with the 
matters referred to in subsection (1)(a).
(4)  Nothing requires the Minister or the Society to make a request 
under subsection (1)(b).
Lieutenant Governor in Council's decision on the report
8(1)  On receiving the report, the Minister shall present it to the 
Lieutenant Governor in Council in adequate time for subsection (2) to 
be met.
(2)  Within 120 days after the presentation of the report under section 6 
or, where that report is amended under section 7, that amended report, 
the Lieutenant Governor in Council shall make an order containing the 
decisions on the recommendations made by the Commission and, if 
any of those recommendations are not accepted, provide reasons for 
the non-acceptance.
Effect of recommendations on Crown
9(1)  Subject to subsection (2), a recommendation made by the 
Commission is binding on the Crown.
(2)  A recommendation made by the Commission is not binding on the 
Crown if or to the extent that
	(a)	it is not accepted, with reasons given, by the Lieutenant 
Governor in Council, and
	(b)	the Minister provides a copy of the order in council 
containing the non-acceptance and reasons to the Society 
within 14 days after the making of the order.
Public notice of inquiry
10   The Commission shall give such public notice as it considers 
necessary of the commencement of its inquiry and of the closing date 
for written submissions.
Pre-inquiry meeting
11   At the earliest reasonable opportunity before the commencement 
of the inquiry, the Minister and the Society shall meet with the 
Commission to address any preliminary matters that may arise and any 
other matters that the Commission considers advisable. 
Inquiry procedure
12(1)  Subject to this section, the Commission may determine its own 
inquiry procedure.
(2)  Section 17(2)(a) and (c) of the Interpretation Act do not apply.
(3)  The full membership of 3 commissioners provided for in section 
3(1) constitutes the quorum at a meeting of the Commission.
(4)  The Minister and the Society shall make every endeavour to arrive 
at an agreed statement of facts and an agreed list of exhibits to be filed 
and, to the extent that they have been able to agree them, shall provide 
them to the Commission. 
(5)  The Commission may record any inquiry proceedings and, if it 
does, shall provide transcripts to those who request them and pay the 
fee required by the Commission.
(6)  The Commission may accept such evidence as is relevant to the 
determination of the issues and is not required to adhere to the rules of 
evidence applicable to courts of civil or criminal jurisdiction.
(7)  Any member of the public is entitled to attend the inquiry 
proceedings and, subject to section 10, to make written submissions to 
the Commission.
(8)  The Commission may 
	(a)	grant leave to any member of the public to make oral 
submissions, or
	(b)	notwithstanding section 10, limit to written submissions any 
submission from an individual justice, 
after hearing submissions made by the Minister and the Society on 
whether or not to do so.
(9)  The Commission may require the attendance of any person who 
has filed written submissions and may require that person to respond to 
any questions from either the Minister or the Society, or both, as well 
as from the Commission, and if the person fails to appear or to respond 
to any of those questions, the Commission may ignore those written 
submissions.
(10)  The Commission may, on application, direct the Minister or the 
Society, or both, to produce any documents that are not subject to 
privilege.
(11)  The testimony of witnesses must be under oath or affirmation.
(12)  The Commission may not award costs for written submissions 
but may award the reasonable travel, accommodation and meal 
expenses of anyone required by the Commission to attend.
(13)  Any person requesting copies of any written submissions to the 
Commission is entitled to receive a copy of the submissions on 
payment of such reasonable fee as the Commission decides.
(14)  The  recommendations must be based solely on the evidence 
submitted to the Commission.
(15)  If the Commission makes any recommendation by a simple 
majority on any matter, the commissioner in the minority may make a 
minority recommendation on that matter.
Criteria for recommendations
13   The Commission, in making the recommendations, shall consider 
the following criteria:
	(a)	the constitutional law of Canada;
	(b)	the need to maintain the independence of the justices;
	(c)	the unique nature of the role of justices;
	(d)	the need to attract qualified applicants;
	(e)	the compensation other justices of the peace in Canada 
receive;
	(f)	the growth or decline, or both, in real per capita income in 
Alberta;
	(g)	the need to provide fair and reasonable compensation for 
justices in light of prevailing economic conditions in Alberta 
and the overall state of the economy, including the financial 
position of the Government;
	(h)	the Alberta cost of living index and the position of the 
justices relative to its increases or decreases, or both;
	(i)	the nature of the jurisdiction of justices;
	(j)	the level of increases or decreases, or both, provided to other 
programs and persons funded by the Government;
	(k)	any other factors considered by the Commission to be 
relevant to the matters in issue.
Voluntary meetings
14   The Minister and the Society may meet at any time to discuss 
improvements to the Commission inquiry process.
Provision of order in council and legislation to justices
15(1)  The Society shall, forthwith after receiving the copy of the 
order made under section 8(2) provide a copy of it to the justices.
(2)  The Minister shall, as soon as practicable, provide the Society with 
a copy of any legislation implementing the report and the order 
referred to in subsection (1) and the Society shall provide the justices 
with copies of the legislation forthwith after receiving it.
Confidentiality of the report
16   Subject to sections 6, 7(2) and 8(1), every person having access to 
the report or any proposed recommendations in it shall not disclose it 
or them to any other person, unless pursuant to an order of a court, 
until the order in council referred to in section 8(2) has been made.
Society's costs of making submissions
17(1)  The Crown shall pay the reasonable costs incurred by the 
Society in making its submissions to the Commission in an amount not 
exceeding the amount set by order of the Minister, which order must 
be made within a reasonable period of time before the date set by the 
Commission for the commencement of its inquiry hearings.
(2)  If the Minister does not agree with the costs incurred by the 
Society for the purposes of subsection (1), including lawyers' charges 
and other costs of the proceedings before the Commission, then, on the 
Minister's application, the reasonableness of those costs may be 
reviewed by a review officer, in which case Rule 10.46 (including the 
right of appeal under Rule 10.46(4)) of the Alberta Rules of Court 
(AR 124/2010) applies.
Judicial review
18(1)  If
	(a)	the Lieutenant Governor in Council decides, with reasons, 
not to accept any of the recommendations in whole or in part, 
	(b)	the Society or any justice brings an application for judicial 
review of that decision, and 
	(c)	that application is successful,
the Court may not make the report binding on the Crown but may refer 
the report to the Lieutenant Governor in Council or to the Commission 
for a reconsideration.
(2)  If the Court makes the reference under subsection (1), the 
Lieutenant Governor in Council or the Commission, as the case may 
be, has 120 days from the day that the application was granted to 
reconsider the recommendations in accordance with the directions, if 
any, of the Court.
Service of notices
19(1)  A notice that is required by this Regulation to be given to the 
Minister must be given 
	(a)	by leaving a written copy of the notice at the legislative 
office of the Minister, or
	(b)	by service on counsel as provided for in the Alberta Rules of 
Court (AR 124/2010), if the Minister has given notice in 
writing of the appointment of counsel.
(2)  A notice that is required by this Regulation to be given to the 
Society must be given 
	(a)	by leaving a written copy of the notice at its registered office, 
or 
	(b)	by service on its counsel as provided for in the Alberta Rules 
of Court (AR 124/2010), if the Society has given notice in 
writing of the appointment of its counsel.
(3)  Notwithstanding anything in this section, a document may be 
served, for the purposes of this Regulation, in accordance with any 
manner agreed in writing by the Minister and the Society with respect 
to such a document.
Expiry
20   This Regulation expires on March 31, 2019.
Commencement
21   This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 2013.


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Alberta Regulation 35/2013
Occupational Health and Safety Act
OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY (EXPIRY EXTENSION) 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 20, 2013
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 35/2013) 
on March 20, 2013 pursuant to section 40 of the Occupational Health and Safety Act. 
1   The Occupational Health and Safety Regulation  
(AR 62/2003) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 40 is amended by striking out "March 31, 2013" 
and substituting "September 30, 2013".


Alberta Regulation 36/2013
Personal Directives Act
PERSONAL DIRECTIVES AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 20, 2013
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 63/2013) 
on March 20, 2013 pursuant to section 34 of the Personal Directives Act. 
1   The Personal Directives Regulation (AR 99/2008) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 13 is amended by striking out "March 31, 2013" 
and substituting "September 30, 2013".


--------------------------------
Alberta Regulation 37/2013
Radiation Protection Act
RADIATION PROTECTION (EXPIRY EXTENSION) 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 20, 2013
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 64/2013) 
on March 20, 2013 pursuant to section 18 of the Radiation Protection Act. 
1   The Radiation Protection Regulation (AR 182/2003) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 21 is amended by striking out "March 31, 2013" 
and substituting "September 30, 2013".


--------------------------------
Alberta Regulation 38/2013
Forests Act
FOREST RESOURCES IMPROVEMENT AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 20, 2013
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 65/2013) 
on March 20, 2013 pursuant to sections 4 and 30 of the Forests Act. 
1   The Forest Resources Improvement Regulation 
(AR 152/97) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Schedule 1 is amended
	(a)	by repealing the double-columned text in Part A 
and substituting the following:
Column 1 
Random Lengths Price 
in $ per 1000 Board Feet
Column 2 
Maximum Timber Dues 
Adjustment per Cubic Metre of 
Roundwood
$0.01
-
$364.00
$0.00
364.01
-
384.00
        0.00   
384.01
-
404.00
         0.00   
404.01
-
424.00
         0.00   
424.01
-
444.00
     0.00   
444.01
-
464.00
       0.26 
464.01
-
484.00
       0.50 
484.01
-
504.00
       0.75 
504.01
-
524.00
       0.99 
524.01
-
544.00
       1.26 
544.01
-
564.00
       1.56 
564.01
-
584.00
       1.85 
584.01
-
604.00
       2.15 
604.01
-
624.00
       2.47 
624.01
-
644.00
       2.81 
644.01
-
664.00
       3.15 
664.01
-
684.00
       3.49 
684.01
-
704.00
       3.86 
704.01
-
724.00
       4.25 
724.01
-
744.00
       4.65 
744.01
-
764.00
       5.04 
764.01
-
784.00
       5.46 
784.01
-
804.00
       5.90 
804.01
-
824.00
       6.34 
824.01
-
844.00
       6.78 
844.01
-
864.00
       7.24 
864.01
-
884.00
       7.73 
884.01
-
904.00
       8.22 
904.01
-
924.00
       8.71 
924.01
-
944.00
       9.20 
944.01
-
964.00
       9.69 
964.01
-
984.00
     10.18 
984.01
-
1 004.00
     10.67 
1 004.01
-
1 024.00
     11.16 
1 024.01
-
1 044.00
     11.65 
1 044.01
-
1 064.00
     12.14 
1 064.01
-
1 084.00
     12.63 
1 084.01
-
1 104.00
     13.12 
1 104.01
-
1 124.00
     13.61 
1 124.01
-
1 144.00
     14.10 
1 144.01
-
1 164.00
     14.59 
1 164.01
-
1 184.00
     15.08 
1 184.01
-
1 204.00
     15.57 
1 204.01
-
1 224.00
     16.06 
1 224.01
-
1 244.00
     16.55 
1 244.01
-
1 264.00
     17.04 
1 264.01
-
1 284.00
     17.53 
1 284.01
-
1 304.00
     18.02 
1 304.01
-
1 324.00
     18.51 
1 324.01
-
1 344.00
     19.00 
1 344.01
-
1 364.00
     19.49 
1 364.01
-
1 384.00
     19.98 
1 384.01
-
1 404.00
     20.47 
1 404.01
-
1 424.00
     20.96 
1 424.01
-
1 444.00
     21.45 
1 444.01
-
1 464.00
     21.94 
1 464.01
-
1 484.00
     22.43 
1 484.01
-
1 504.00
     22.92 
1 504.01
-
1 524.00
     23.41 
1 524.01
-
1 544.00
     23.90 
1 544.01
-
1 564.00
     24.39 
1 564.01
-
1 584.00
     24.88 
1 584.01
-
1 604.00
     25.37 
1 604.01
-
1 624.00
     25.86 
1 624.01
-
1 644.00
     26.35 
1 644.01
-
1 664.00
     26.84 
1 664.01
-
1 684.00
     27.33 
1 684.01
-
1 704.00
     27.82 
1 704.01
-
1 724.00
     28.31 
1 724.01
-
1 744.00
     28.80 
1 744.01
-
1 764.00
     29.29 
1 764.01
-
1 784.00
     29.78 
1 784.01
-
1 804.00
     30.27 
1 804.01
-
1 824.00
     30.76 
1 824.01
-
1 844.00
     31.25 
1 844.01
-
1 864.00
     31.74 
1 864.01
-
1 884.00
     32.23 
1 884.01
-
1 904.00
     32.72 
1 904.01
-
1 924.00
     33.21 
1 924.01
-
1 944.00
     33.70 
1 944.01
-
1 964.00
     34.19 
1 964.01
-
1 984.00
     34.68 
1 984.01
-
2 004.00
     35.17 
2 004.01
-
2 024.00
     35.66 
2 024.01
-
2 044.00
     36.15 
2 044.01
-
2 064.00
     36.64 
2 064.01
-
2 084.00
     37.13 
2 084.01
-
2 104.00
     37.62 
2 104.01
-
2 124.00
     38.11 
2 124.01
-
2 144.00
     38.60 
2 144.01
-
2 164.00
     39.09 
2 164.01
-
2 184.00
     39.58 
2 184.01
-
2 204.00
     40.07 
2 204.01
-
2 224.00
     40.56 
2 224.01
-
2 244.00
     41.05 
2 244.01
-
2 264.00
     41.54 
2 264.01
-
2 284.00
     42.03 
2 284.01
-
2 304.00
     42.52 
2 304.01
-
2 324.00
     43.01 
2 324.01
-
2 344.00
     43.50 
2 344.01
-
2 364.00
     43.99 
2 364.01
-
2 384.00
     44.48 
2 384.01
-
2 404.00
     44.97 
2 404.01
-
2 424.00
     45.46 
2 424.01
-
2 444.00
     45.95 
2 444.01
-
2 464.00
     46.44 
2 464.01
-
2 484.00
     46.93 
2 484.01
-
2 504.00
     47.42 
2 504.01
-
2 524.00
     47.91 
2 524.01
-
2 544.00
     48.40 
2 544.01
-
2 564.00
     48.89 
2 564.01
-
2 584.00
     49.38 
2 584.01
-
2 604.00
     49.87 
2 604.01
-
2 624.00
     50.36 
2 624.01
-
2 644.00
     50.85 
2 644.01
-
2 664.00
     51.34 
2 664.01
-
2 684.00
     51.83 
2 684.01
-
2 704.00
     52.32 
2 704.01
-
2 724.00
     52.81 
	(b)	by repealing the double-columned text in Part B 
and substituting the following:
Column 1 
Random Lengths Price 
in $ per 1000 Board Feet
Column 2 
Maximum Timber Dues 
Adjustment per Cubic Metre of 
Roundwood
$0.01
-
$335.00
        $ 0.0   
335.01
-
347.00
         0.0   
347.01
-
359.00
         0.0
359.01
-
371.00
         0.0
371.01
-
383.00
         0.0
383.01
-
395.00
       0.26 
395.01
-
407.00
       0.50 
407.01
-
419.00
       0.75 
419.01
-
431.00
       0.99 
431.01
-
443.00
       1.26 
443.01
-
455.00
       1.56 
455.01
-
467.00
       1.85 
467.01
-
479.00
       2.15 
479.01
-
491.00
       2.47 
491.01
-
503.00
       2.81 
503.01
-
515.00
       3.15 
515.01
-
527.00
       3.49 
527.01
-
539.00
       3.86 
539.01
-
551.00
       4.25 
551.01
-
563.00
       4.65 
563.01
-
575.00
       5.04 
575.01
-
587.00
       5.46 
587.01
-
599.00
       5.90 
599.01
-
611.00
       6.34 
611.01
-
623.00
       6.78 
623.01
-
635.00
       7.24 
635.01
-
647.00
       7.73 
647.01
-
659.00
       8.22 
659.01
-
671.00
       8.71 
671.01
-
683.00
       9.20 
683.01
-
695.00
       9.69 
695.01
-
707.00
     10.18 
707.01
-
719.00
     10.67 
719.01
-
731.00
     11.16 
731.01
-
743.00
     11.65 
743.01
-
755.00
     12.14 
755.01
-
767.00
     12.63 
767.01
-
779.00
     13.12 
779.01
-
791.00
     13.61 
791.01
-
803.00
     14.10 
803.01
-
815.00
     14.59 
815.01
-
827.00
     15.08 
827.01
-
839.00
     15.57 
839.01
-
851.00
     16.06 
851.01
-
863.00
     16.55 
863.01
-
875.00
     17.04 
875.01
-
887.00
     17.53 
887.01
-
899.00
     18.02 
899.01
-
911.00
     18.51 
911.01
-
923.00
     19.00 
923.01
-
935.00
     19.49 
935.01
-
947.00
     19.98 
947.01
-
959.00
     20.47 
959.01
-
971.00
     20.96 
971.01
-
983.00
     21.45 
983.01
-
995.00
     21.94 
995.01
-
1 007.00
     22.43 
1 007.01
-
1 019.00
     22.92 
1 019.01
-
1 031.00
     23.41 
1 031.01
-
1 043.00
     23.90 
1 043.01
-
1 055.00
     24.39 
1 055.01
-
1 067.00
     24.88 
1 067.01
-
1 079.00
     25.37 
1 079.01
-
1 091.00
     25.86 
1 091.01
-
1 103.00
     26.35 
1 103.01
-
1 115.00
     26.84 
1 115.01
-
1 127.00
     27.33 
1 127.01
-
1 139.00
     27.82 
1 139.01
-
1 151.00
     28.31 
1 151.01
-
1 163.00
     28.80 
1 163.01
-
1 175.00
     29.29 
1 175.01
-
1 187.00
     29.78 
1 187.01
-
1 199.00
     30.27 
1 199.01
-
1 211.00
     30.76 
1 211.01
-
1 223.00
     31.25 
1 223.01
-
1 235.00
     31.74 
1 235.01
-
1 247.00
     32.23 
1 247.01
-
1 259.00
     32.72 
1 259.01
-
1 271.00
     33.21 
1 271.01
-
1 283.00
     33.70 
1 283.01
-
1 295.00
     34.19 
1 295.01
-
1 307.00
     34.68 
1 307.01
-
1 319.00
     35.17 
1 319.01
-
1 331.00
     35.66 
1 331.01
-
1 343.00
     36.15 
1 343.01
-
1 355.00
     36.64 
1 355.01
-
1 367.00
     37.13 
1 367.01
-
1 379.00
     37.62 
1 379.01
-
1 391.00
     38.11 
1 391.01
-
1 403.00
     38.60 
1 403.01
-
1 415.00
     39.09 
1 415.01
-
1 427.00
     39.58 
1 427.01
-
1 439.00
     40.07 
1 439.01
-
1 451.00
     40.56 
1 451.01
-
1 463.00
     41.05 
1 463.01
-
1 475.00
     41.54 
1 475.01
-
1 487.00
     42.03 
1 487.01
-
1 499.00
     42.52 
1 499.01
-
1 511.00
     43.01 
1 511.01
-
1 523.00
     43.50 
1 523.01
-
1 535.00
     43.99 
1 535.01
-
1 547.00
     44.48 
1 547.01
-
1 559.00
     44.97 
1 559.01
-
1 571.00
     45.46 
1 571.01
-
1 583.00
     45.95 
1 583.01
-
1 595.00
     46.44 
1 595.01
-
1 607.00
     46.93 
1 607.01
-
1 619.00
     47.42 
1 619.01
-
1 631.00
     47.91 
1 631.01
-
1 643.00
     48.40 
1 643.01
-
1 655.00
     48.89 
1 655.01
-
1 667.00
     49.38 
1 667.01
-
1 679.00
     49.87 
1 679.01
-
1 691.00
     50.36 
1 691.01
-
1 703.00
     50.85 
1 703.01
-
1 715.00
     51.34 
1 715.01
-
1 727.00
     51.83 
1 727.01
-
1 739.00
     52.32 
1 739.01
-
1 751.00
     52.81 

3   This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 2013.


--------------------------------
Alberta Regulation 39/2013
Forests Act
TIMBER MANAGEMENT AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 20, 2013
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 66/2013) 
on March 20, 2013 pursuant to sections 4 and 30 of the Forests Act. 
1   The Timber Management Regulation (AR 60/73) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 175 is amended by striking out "April 30, 2013" 
and substituting "April 30, 2020".

3   The Table in Schedule 3 is amended
	(a)	by repealing the double-columned text in Part A 
and substituting the following:
Column 1 
Random Lengths Price 
in $ per 1000 Board Feet
Column 2 
Timber Dues Payable per Cubic 
Metre of Roundwood
$0.01
-
$364.00
$1.90
364.01
-
384.00
2.15
384.01
-
404.00
2.65
404.01
-
424.00
3.15
424.01
-
444.00
3.64
444.01
-
464.00
4.28
464.01
-
484.00
4.89
484.01
-
504.00
5.51
504.01
-
524.00
6.12
524.01
-
544.00
6.80
544.01
-
564.00
7.54
564.01
-
584.00
8.27
584.01
-
604.00
9.01
604.01
-
624.00
9.81
624.01
-
644.00
10.67
644.01
-
664.00
11.53
664.01
-
684.00
12.39
684.01
-
704.00
13.32
704.01
-
724.00
14.30
724.01
-
744.00
15.29
744.01
-
764.00
16.27
764.01
-
784.00
17.31
784.01
-
804.00
18.42
804.01
-
824.00
19.53
824.01
-
844.00
20.64
844.01
-
864.00
21.80
864.01
-
884.00
23.03
884.01
-
904.00
24.26
904.01
-
924.00
25.49
924.01
-
944.00
26.72
944.01
-
964.00
27.95
964.01
-
984.00
29.18
984.01
-
1 004.00
30.41
1 004.01
-
1 024.00
31.64
1 024.01
-
1 044.00
32.87
1 044.01
-
1 064.00
34.10
1 064.01
-
1 084.00
35.33
1 084.01
-
1 104.00
36.56
1 104.01
-
1 124.00
37.79
1 124.01
-
1 144.00
39.02
1 144.01
-
1 164.00
40.25
1 164.01
-
1 184.00
41.48
1 184.01
-
1 204.00
42.71
1 204.01
-
1 224.00
43.94
1 224.01
-
1 244.00
45.17
1 244.01
-
1 264.00
46.40
1 264.01
-
1 284.00
47.63
1 284.01
-
1 304.00
48.86
1 304.01
-
1 324.00
50.09
1 324.01
-
1 344.00
51.32
1 344.01
-
1 364.00
52.55
1 364.01
-
1 384.00
53.78
1 384.01
-
1 404.00
55.01
1 404.01
-
1 424.00
56.24
1 424.01
-
1 444.00
57.47
1 444.01
-
1 464.00
58.70
1 464.01
-
1 484.00
59.93
1 484.01
-
1 504.00
61.16
1 504.01
-
1 524.00
62.39
1 524.01
-
1 544.00
63.62
1 544.01
-
1 564.00
64.85
1 564.01
-
1 584.00
66.08
1 584.01
-
1 604.00
67.31
1 604.01
-
1 624.00
68.54
1 624.01
-
1 644.00
69.77
1 644.01
-
1 664.00
71.00
1 664.01
-
1 684.00
72.23
1 684.01
-
1 704.00
73.46
1 704.01
-
1 724.00
74.69
1 724.01
-
1 744.00
75.92
1 744.01
-
1 764.00
77.15
1 764.01
-
1 784.00
78.38
1 784.01
-
1 804.00
79.61
1 804.01
-
1 824.00
80.84
1 824.01
-
1 844.00
82.07
1 844.01
-
1 864.00
83.30
1 864.01
-
1 884.00
84.53
1 884.01
-
1 904.00
85.76
1 904.01
-
1 924.00
86.99
1 924.01
-
1 944.00
88.22
1 944.01
-
1 964.00
89.45
1 964.01
-
1 984.00
90.68
1 984.01
-
2 004.00
91.91
2 004.01
-
2 024.00
93.14
2 024.01
-
2 044.00
94.37
2 044.01
-
2 064.00
95.60
2 064.01
-
2 084.00
96.83
2 084.01
-
2 104.00
98.06
2 104.01
-
2 124.00
99.29
2 124.01
-
2 144.00
100.52
2 144.01
-
2 164.00
101.75
2 164.01
-
2 184.00
102.98
2 184.01
-
2 204.00
104.21
2 204.01
-
2 224.00
105.44
2 224.01
-
2 244.00
106.67
2 244.01
-
2 264.00
107.90
2 264.01
-
2 284.00
109.13
2 284.01
-
2 304.00
110.36
2 304.01
-
2 324.00
111.59
2 324.01
-
2 344.00
112.82
2 344.01
-
2 364.00
114.05
2 364.01
-
2 384.00
115.28
2 384.01
-
2 404.00
116.51
2 404.01
-
2 424.00
117.74
2 424.01
-
2 444.00
118.97
2 444.01
-
2 464.00
120.20
2 464.01
-
2 484.00
121.43
2 484.01
-
2 504.00
122.66
2 504.01
-
2 524.00
123.89
2 524.01
-
2 544.00
125.12
2 544.01
-
2 564.00
126.35
2 564.01
-
2 584.00
127.58
2 584.01
-
2 604.00
128.81
2 604.01
-
2 624.00
130.04
2 624.01
-
2 644.00
131.27
2 644.01
-
2 664.00
132.50
2 664.01
-
2 684.00
133.73
2 684.01
-
2 704.00
134.96
2 704.01
-
2 724.00
136.19
	(b)	by repealing the double-columned text in Part B 
and substituting the following:
Column 1 
Random Lengths Price 
in $ per 1000 Board Feet
Column 2 
Timber Dues Payable per Cubic 
Metre of Roundwood
$0.01
-
$335.00
$1.90
335.01
-
347.00
2.15
347.01
-
359.00
2.65
359.01
-
371.00
3.15
371.01
-
383.00
3.64
383.01
-
395.00
4.28
395.01
-
407.00
4.89
407.01
-
419.00
5.51
419.01
-
431.00
6.12
431.01
-
443.00
6.80
443.01
-
455.00
7.54
455.01
-
467.00
8.27
467.01
-
479.00
9.01
479.01
-
491.00
9.81
491.01
-
503.00
10.67
503.01
-
515.00
11.53
515.01
-
527.00
12.39
527.01
-
539.00
13.32
539.01
-
551.00
14.30
551.01
-
563.00
15.29
563.01
-
575.00
16.27
575.01
-
587.00
17.31
587.01
-
599.00
18.42
599.01
-
611.00
19.53
611.01
-
623.00
20.64
623.01
-
635.00
21.80
635.01
-
647.00
23.03
647.01
-
659.00
24.26
659.01
-
671.00
25.49
671.01
-
683.00
26.72
683.01
-
695.00
27.95
695.01
-
707.00
29.18
707.01
-
719.00
30.41
719.01
-
731.00
31.64
731.01
-
743.00
32.87
743.01
-
755.00
34.10
755.01
-
767.00
35.33
767.01
-
779.00
36.56
779.01
-
791.00
37.79
791.01
-
803.00
39.02
803.01
-
815.00
40.25
815.01
-
827.00
41.48
827.01
-
839.00
42.71
839.01
-
851.00
43.94
851.01
-
863.00
45.17
863.01
-
875.00
46.40
875.01
-
887.00
47.63
887.01
-
899.00
48.86
899.01
-
911.00
50.09
911.01
-
923.00
51.32
923.01
-
935.00
52.55
935.01
-
947.00
53.78
947.01
-
959.00
55.01
959.01
-
971.00
56.24
971.01
-
983.00
57.47
983.01
-
995.00
58.70
995.01
-
1 007.00
59.93
1 007.01
-
1 019.00
61.16
1 019.01
-
1 031.00
62.39
1 031.01
-
1 043.00
63.62
1 043.01
-
1 055.00
64.85
1 055.01
-
1 067.00
66.08
1 067.01
-
1 079.00
67.31
1 079.01
-
1 091.00
68.54
1 091.01
-
1 103.00
69.77
1 103.01
-
1 115.00
71.00
1 115.01
-
1 127.00
72.23
1 127.01
-
1 139.00
73.46
1 139.01
-
1 151.00
74.69
1 151.01
-
1 163.00
75.92
1 163.01
-
1 175.00
77.15
1 175.01
-
1 187.00
78.38
1 187.01
-
1 199.00
79.61
1 199.01
-
1 211.00
80.84
1 211.01
-
1 223.00
82.07
1 223.01
-
1 235.00
83.30
1 235.01
-
1 247.00
84.53
1 247.01
-
1 259.00
85.76
1 259.01
-
1 271.00
86.99
1 271.01
-
1 283.00
88.22
1 283.01
-
1 295.00
89.45
1 295.01
-
1 307.00
90.68
1 307.01
-
1 319.00
91.91
1 319.01
-
1 331.00
93.14
1 331.01
-
1 343.00
94.37
1 343.01
-
1 355.00
95.60
1 355.01
-
1 367.00
96.83
1 367.01
-
1 379.00
98.06
1 379.01
-
1 391.00
99.29
1 391.01
-
1 403.00
100.52
1 403.01
-
1 415.00
101.75
1 415.01
-
1 427.00
102.98
1 427.01
-
1 439.00
104.21
1 439.01
-
1 451.00
105.44
1 451.01
-
1 463.00
106.67
1 463.01
-
1 475.00
107.90
1 475.01
-
1 487.00
109.13
1 487.01
-
1 499.00
110.36
1 499.01
-
1 511.00
111.59
1 511.01
-
1 523.00
112.82
1 523.01
-
1 535.00
114.05
1 535.01
-
1 547.00
115.28
1 547.01
-
1 559.00
116.51
1 559.01
-
1 571.00
117.74
1 571.01
-
1 583.00
118.97
1 583.01
-
1 595.00
120.20
1 595.01
-
1 607.00
121.43
1 607.01
-
1 619.00
122.66
1 619.01
-
1 631.00
123.89
1 631.01
-
1 643.00
125.12
1 643.01
-
1 655.00
126.35
1 655.01
-
1 667.00
127.58
1 667.01
-
1 679.00
128.81
1 679.01
-
1 691.00
130.04
1 691.01
-
1 703.00
131.27
1 703.01
-
1 715.00
132.50
1 715.01
-
1 727.00
133.73
1 727.01
-
1 739.00
134.96
1 739.01
-
1 751.00
136.19

4   Section 3 comes into force on April 1, 2013.


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Alberta Regulation 40/2013
Personal Directives Act
PERSONAL DIRECTIVES (MINISTERIAL) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 20, 2013
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Human Services (M.O. 2013-014) on 
March 18, 2013 pursuant to section 33 of the Personal Directives Act. 
1   The Personal Directives (Ministerial) Regulation 
(AR 26/98) is amended by this Regulation. 

2   Section 6 is amended by striking out "March 31, 2013" and 
substituting "September 30, 2013".



Alberta Regulation 41/2013
Oil and Gas Conservation Act
OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 20, 2013
For information only:   Made by the Energy Resources Conservation Board on March 
12, 2013 pursuant to section 10(1)(kk) and (ll) 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 by adding the following 
after definition 5.17.: 
		5.171.  "Directive 047" means Directive 047: Waste 
Reporting Requirements for Oilfield Waste Management 
Facilities; 

3   Section 8.150(3) is amended by adding ", Directive 047" 
after "Directive 058".


--------------------------------
Alberta Regulation 42/2013
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
ALBERTA BEEF PRODUCERS COMMISSION 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 25, 2013
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Beef Producers on March 21, 2013 and 
approved by the Agricultural Products Marketing Council on March 22, 2013 
pursuant to section 26 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act. 
1   The Alberta Beef Producers Commission Regulation 
(AR 204/98) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 2.01(4) is amended by striking out "March 31, 
2013" and substituting "June 30, 2015".



Alberta Regulation 43/2013
Electronic Transactions Act
ELECTRONIC TRANSACTIONS ACT DESIGNATION 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 27, 2013
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Service Alberta (M.O. SA:003/2013) 
on March 20, 2013 pursuant to section 32(1) of the Electronic Transactions Act. 
1   The Electronic Transactions Act Designation Regulation 
(AR 35/2003) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 2 is amended by striking out "March 31, 2013" and 
substituting "March 31, 2018".

3   The Schedule is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
Schedule 
All boards, committees and councils established under section 7 of the 
Government Organization Act, whether or not they are included in the 
list of agencies, boards, commissions, corporations, offices or other 
bodies designated below as public bodies.
Any subsidiary of a public body designated below.


ABORIGINAL RELATIONS
?	Metis Settlements Appeal Tribunal
?	Office of the Metis Settlements Ombudsman 
AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT 
?	Agriculture Financial Services Corporation
?	Agricultural Development Committee
?	Agricultural Operation Practices Act Policy Advisory Group
?	Agricultural Operation Practices Act Practice Review 
      Committee
?	Alberta Agricultural Products Marketing Council
?	Alberta Grains Council
?	Alberta Livestock and Meat Agency Ltd.
?	Farmers' Advocate
?	Farm Implement Board
?	Farm Safety Advisory Council
?	Hall of Fame Selection Committee
?	Institute for Agriculture, Forestry and the Environment
?	Irrigation Council
?	Marketing of Agricultural Products Act - Appeal Tribunal
?	Minister's Advisory Committee on Rural Development
?	Next Generation Advisory Council
?	Production Animal Medicine Advisory Committee
?	Wheat Board Money Trust Board of Trustees
CULTURE
?	Alberta Film Advisory Council
?	Alberta Foundation for the Arts
?	Alberta Historical Resources Foundation
?	Government House Foundation
?	Premier's Council on Culture
?	Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village Advisory Board
?	Wild Rose Foundation
EDUCATION
?	Attendance Board
?	Board of Reference
?	Certification Appeal Committee
?	Council on Alberta Teaching Standards
?	Practice Review Appeal Committee
?	Practice Review Complainant Committee
?	Practice Review General Panel
?	Practice Review Hearing Committees
?	Special Needs Tribunal
ENERGY
?	Alberta Petroleum Marketing Commission
?	Alberta Utilities Commission
?	Energy Resources Conservation Board
ENTERPRISE AND ADVANCED EDUCATION
?	Access Advisory Council
?	Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training Board
?	Alberta Council on Admissions and Transfer
?	Alberta Economic Development Authority
?	Alberta Enterprise Corporation
?	Alberta Innovates - Bio Solutions
?	Alberta Innovates - Energy and Environment Solutions
?	Alberta Innovates - Health Solutions
?	Alberta Innovates - Technology Futures
?	Alberta Post-Secondary Application System Society
?	Alberta Research and Innovation Authority
?	Alberta Research and Innovation Committee
?	Appeal Boards appointed under Part 4 of the Apprenticeship 
      and Industry Training Act
?	Appeal Boards appointed under the Land Agents Licensing Act
?	Campus Alberta Quality Council
?	Committees established under section 4 of the Alberta Heritage 
	Scholarship Act
?	Land Agent Advisory Committee
?	Northern Alberta Development Council
?	Student Financial Assistance Appeal Committees
?	Students Finance Board
ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABLE RESOURCE 
DEVELOPMENT
?	Drainage Council
?	Environmental Appeals Board
?	Land Compensation Board
?	Natural Resources Conservation Board 
?	Surface Rights Board
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
?	Alberta Order of Excellence Council
?	Corporate Human Resources 
	?	Classification Appeal Board
	?	Government of Alberta Dental Plan Trust
	?	Government Employees Group Extended Medical Benefits 	
	     Plan Trust
?	Public Affairs Bureau
?	Regulatory Review Secretariat
HEALTH
?	Alberta Advisory Committee on HIV and Sexually Transmitted 
      Infections
?	Alberta Aids to Daily Living and Extended Health Benefits 
      Appeal Panels
?	Alberta Committee on Oncology Drugs
?	Alberta Expert Review Panel for Blood Borne Viral Infections 
      in Health Care Workers
?	Alberta Health Facilities Review Committee
?	Appeal Boards appointed under the Social Care Facilities 
      Licensing Act (common responsibility with Human Services)
?	Appeal Panels appointed under the Protection for Persons in 
      Care Act
?	Appeal Panels appointed under the Seniors Benefit Act
?	Appeal Panels appointed under the Supportive Living 
      Accommodation Licensing Act
?	Electronic Health Record Data Stewardship Committee
?	Expert Committee on Drug Evaluation and Therapeutics
?	Health Disciplines Board
?	Health Professions Advisory Board
?	Hospital Privileges Appeal Board
?	Mental Health Patient Advocate
?	MS Drug Review Panel
?	Out-of-Country Health Services Appeal Panel 
?	Out-of-Country Health Services Committee
?	Premier's Advisory Council on Health
?	Public Health Appeal Board
?	Review Panels appointed under the Mental Health Act
?	Seniors Advisory Council for Alberta
HUMAN SERVICES
?	Appeal Boards appointed under the Social Care Facilities 
      Licensing Act (common responsibility with Health)
?	Appeals Commission under the Workers'  
	Compensation Act
?	Appeal Committees established under the Family Support for 
      Children with Disabilities Act
?	Appeal Panels appointed under the Widows' Pension Act
?	Appeal Panels established under the Assured Income for the 
      Severely Handicapped Act
?	Appeal Panels established under the Child Care Licensing Act
?	Appeal Panels established under the Child, Youth and Family 
      Enhancement Act 
?	Appeal Panels established under the Income and Employment 
      Supports Act
?	Appeal Panels established under the Persons with
 	Developmental Disabilities Community Governance
	(Ministerial) Regulation (AR 181/2006)
?	Board of Examiners (for mining) under the Occupational 
      Health and Safety Regulation (AR 62/2003)
?	Child and Family Services Authorities established under the 
      Child and Family Services Authorities Act
	?	Calgary and Area CFSA
	?	Central Alberta CFSA
	?	East Central Alberta CFSA
	?	Edmonton and Area CFSA
	?	Metis Settlements CFSA
	?	North Central Alberta CFSA
	?	Northeast Alberta CFSA
	?	Northwest Alberta CFSA
	?	Southeast Alberta CFSA
	?	Southwest Alberta CFSA
?	Child and Family Services Council for Quality Assurance
?	Disability Related Employment Supports Review Committee
?	Expert Review Panel on the Child and Family Services Council 
      for Quality Assurance
?	Family Support for Children with Disabilities
	Multi-disciplinary Assessment Committee
?	Health Benefits Exception Committee under the Income
 	Support, Training and Health Benefits Regulation (AR 122/2011)
?	Interagency Council on Homelessness
?	Joint First Aid Training Standards Board
?	Labour Relations Board
?	Medical Panels established under the Workers' Compensation Act
?	Occupational Health and Safety Council
?	Persons with Developmental Disabilities
	?	Calgary Region Community Board
	?	Central Region Community Board
	?	Edmonton Region Community Board
	?	Northeast Region Community Board
	?	Northwest Region Community Board
	?	South Region Community Board
?	Premier's Council on Alberta's Promise
?	Premier's Council on the Status of Persons with Disabilities
?	Provincial Parent Advisory Committee
?	Provincial Stakeholder Advisory Committee
?	Public Emergency Tribunal under the Burial of the Dead Act
?	Radiation Health Advisory Committee
?	Service Quality Committee for Aboriginal Permanency Planning
?	Social Care Facilities Review Committee
?	Umpires under the Employment Standards Code
?	Workers' Compensation Board 
?	Youth Secretariat
JUSTICE AND SOLICITOR GENERAL 
?	Alberta Human Rights and Citizenship Commission
?	Alberta Review Board
?	Appeal Panels appointed under the Civil Enforcement
	Regulation (AR 276/95)
?	Criminal Injuries Review Board
?	Fatality Review Board
?	Human Rights, Citizenship and Multiculturalism Education
	Fund Advisory Committee
?	Law Enforcement Review Board
?	Notaries Public Review Committee
?	Provincial Court Nominating Committee
?	Victims of Crime Programs Committee
?	Youth Justice Committees sanctioned by the Solicitor General
	and Minister of Public Security through section 18 of the Youth
	Criminal Justice Act (Canada)
MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS
?	Alberta Emergency Management Agency
?	Alberta Social Housing Corporation
?	Municipal Government Board
?	Safety Codes Council
?	Special Areas Board
SERVICE ALBERTA
?	Alberta Funeral Services Regulatory Board
?	Alberta Motor Vehicle Industry Council 
?	Appeal Boards appointed under the Cemeteries Act
?	Appeal Boards appointed under the Fair Trading Act
?	Appeal Boards appointed under the Funeral Services Act
?	Debtors' Assistance Board
?	Residential Tenancy Dispute Resolution Service
?	Utilities Consumer Advocate (UCA) Advisory Board
TOURISM, PARKS AND RECREATION 
?	Aboriginal Tourism Advisory Council
?	Alberta Sport, Recreation, Parks and Wildlife Foundation
?	Strategic Tourism Marketing Council
?	Travel Alberta
TRANSPORTATION
?	Alberta Transportation Safety Board
TREASURY BOARD AND FINANCE
?	Alberta Capital Finance Authority
?	Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission
?	Alberta Gaming Research Council
?	Alberta Insurance Council
?	Alberta Investment Management Corporation
?	Alberta Local Authorities Pension Plan Corp.
?	Alberta Pensions Services Corporation
?	Alberta Securities Commission
?	Alberta Securities Commission Policy Advisory Committee
?	Alberta Teachers' Retirement Fund Board
?	Alberta Treasury Branches
?	Appeal Board Panels formed under the Insurance Councils 
	Regulation (AR 126/2001)
?	Appeal Tribunal appointed under section 23 of the Horse
	Racing Alberta Act
?	ATB Investment Services Inc.
?	Audit Committee
?	Automobile Insurance Rate Board
?	Credit Union Deposit Guarantee Corporation
?	Endowment Fund Policy Committee
?	Gainers Inc.
?	General Insurance Council
?	Insurance Adjusters' Council
?	Investment Operations Committee
?	Life Insurance Council
?	Local Authorities Pension Plan Board of Trustees
?	Management Employees Pension Board
?	N.A. Properties (1994) Ltd. (amalgamates 354713 Alberta Ltd., 
	391760 Alberta Ltd. and S.C. Properties Ltd.) and subsidiaries
?	Nominating committee established under the Alberta
 	Investment Management Corporation Regulation (AR 225/2007)
?	Provincial Judges and Masters in Chambers Pension
	Plan Advisory Committee
?	Public Service Pension Board
?	Special Forces Pension Board
?	Supplementary Retirement Plan for Public Service Managers 
	Advisory Committee


--------------------------------
Alberta Regulation 44/2013
Oil and Gas Conservation Act
OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 28, 2013
For information only:   Made by the Energy Resources Conservation Board on March 
25, 2013 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 1.020(2) is amended
	(a)	by adding the following after definition 5.4.:
		5.41.  "Directive 076" means Directive 076: Operator 
Declaration Regarding Measurement and Reporting 
Requirements;
	(b)	by adding the following after definition 12.2.:
		12.3.  "operator", when the term is used in connection with  
Directive 076, means the person or organization who keeps 
records and submits production reports to the Board or to the 
electronic information system called Petrinex (also called the 
Petroleum Registry of Alberta) that is administered by the 
Department of Energy;

3   The following is added after section 12.060:
12.061   Where Directive 076 applies to a well or facility, the 
operator of the well or facility shall keep records in accordance with 
the requirements of Directive 076 and provide copies of the records 
to the Board on request.

4   The following is added after section 14.011:
14.012  Where Directive 076 applies to a well or facility, the 
operator of the well or facility shall comply with the requirements of 
Directive 076 in addition to the requirements of this Part.


--------------------------------
Alberta Regulation 45/2013
Wildlife Act
WILDLIFE (MIGRATORY BIRD GAME GUIDING, 2013) 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 28, 2013
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Environment and Sustainable 
Resource Development (M.O. 04/2013) on March 28, 2013 pursuant to sections 12 
and 103 of the Wildlife Act. 
1   The Wildlife Regulation (AR 143/97) is amended by this 
Regulation.

2   Section 3 is amended
	(a)	by repealing clause (b) and substituting the 
following:
	(a.1)	"allocated licence" means an applicable licence within 
the meaning of section 54(1) issued under an applicable 
licence allocation; 
	(b)	"allocation" means a permit consisting of an allocation 
referred to in section 54(2) or (2.1);
	(b)	by adding the following after clause (d):
	(d.1)	"applicable licence allocation" means an allocation 
referred to in section 54(2);
	(c)	by adding the following before clause (k):
	(j.1)	"client hunter days limitation" means the limitation, if 
any, imposed under section 54.1(1) and "client hunter 
days" means the permits referred to in section 54.1(2) or 
the number of days entitlements accruing or potentially 
accruing as a result of any such limitation, as the case 
may be;
	(d)	in clause (bb.1)(i) by striking out "allocation of a 
licence" and substituting "distribution of licences";
	(e)	by adding the following after clause (xx):
	(xx.1)	"waterfowl privilege" means a permit comprising an 
allocation under section 54(2.1);

3   Section 24(3) is amended by adding ", if any," after "fees".

4   Section 30(8)(b) is amended by adding "applicable licence" 
after "3".

5   Section 53(1.1) is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
(1.1)  Subject to subsection (2), the bird game guide's designation 
referred to in section 52(1)(b) authorizes the designated guide who 
holds it to guide for gain or reward non-resident or non-resident alien 
licence holders or both
	(a)	while they are hunting game birds that they are legally 
authorized to hunt pursuant to a contract referred to in section 
59.1, and 
	(b)	to the extent that those birds are migratory game birds, 
provided that
	(i)	that designated guide is employed by the holder of an 
outfitter-guide (bird game) permit who then holds a 
waterfowl privilege in respect of the wildlife 
management unit in which the guiding services are to be 
provided, 
	(ii)	that wildlife management unit is listed on the designated 
guide's designation as one where that guide is so 
authorized to guide non-resident or non-resident alien 
hunters or both to hunt such birds, and
	(iii)	the applicable client hunter days limitation is complied 
with.

6   Section 54 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (2) by striking out "known as an 
allocation" and substituting "comprising an allocation 
known as an "applicable licence allocation" ";
	(b)	by adding the following after subsection (2):
(2.1)   The Minister may issue a permit, comprising an 
allocation known as a "waterfowl privilege", to (and only to) 
an outfitter-guide (bird game) that provides, under a process 
established by the Minister that involves the process or 
processes referred to in subsection (2)(a) to (c), the entitlement 
to provide guiding services under a contract under section 59.1 
to non-resident or non-resident alien hunters, or both, for the 
hunting of migratory game birds in a particular wildlife 
management unit in which hunting of such birds is allowed by 
Schedule 15. 
	(c)	in subsection (3) by adding "or (2.1)" after "(2)";
	(d)	in subsection (4) by striking out "an allocation" and 
substituting "an applicable licence allocation".

7   The following is added after section 54: 
Client hunter days limitations and entitlements
54.1(1)   The Minister may limit the total number of days during 
which hunting may occur for which individual non-resident or 
non-resident alien hunters, or both, may be provided guiding services 
during the currency of their hunting licences to hunt migratory game 
birds in a particular wildlife management unit under contracts with 
outfitter-guides (bird game) who hold waterfowl privileges in that 
wildlife management unit.
(2)  Where the Minister imposes a client hunter days limitation, the 
Minister shall, using a process established by the Minister, issue 
permits distributing the total numbers of days arising as a result of 
that limitation among one or more of the outfitter-guides (bird game) 
referred to in subsection (1) as adjuncts to their waterfowl privileges.
(3)  As part of the process referred to in subsection (2), the 
distribution of client hunter days is to be preceded by notification of 
the distribution procedures to all existing holders of waterfowl 
privileges for the wildlife management unit in question.

8   Section 55 is amended
	(a)	in subsections (1) and (2) by adding "applicable 
licence" before "allocations" wherever it occurs;
	(b)	by adding the following after subsection (2):
(2.1)  An outfitter-guide (bird game) who holds a waterfowl 
privilege may, in accordance with a process established by the 
Minister, transfer it to another outfitter-guide (bird game) 
specified by that outfitter-guide, if the Minister approves the 
transfer.
	(c)	in subsection (3) by striking out "54(4)" and 
substituting "54(2.1) or (4), as the case may be,".

9   The following is added after section 55:
Transfer of client hunter days permit
55.1(1)  An outfitter-guide (bird game) who has a client hunter days 
permit for a wildlife management unit may transfer that permit to 
another outfitter-guide (bird game) who holds a waterfowl privilege 
for that unit and who is specified by that outfitter-guide, if the 
Minister approves the transfer.
(2)  On the death of an individual holder or the liquidation or 
winding-up of a corporate holder of a permit referred to in 
subsection (1), the permit may be transferred to a person who is 
eligible under section 54.1(1) to be issued it if the Minister approves 
the transfer in writing.

10   Section 95 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1)(b) by striking out "59(a)" and 
substituting "59(1)(a)";
	(b)	by adding the following after subsection (3):
(3.05)  An outfitter-guide (bird game) shall not enter into a 
contract with a non-resident or a non-resident alien for the 
provision of guiding services to that individual respecting the 
hunting of migratory game birds unless
	(a)	that outfitter-guide holds a waterfowl privilege for the 
wildlife management unit where the guiding services 
are allowed by Schedule 15 and are to be provided, and
	(b)	if a client hunter days limitation has been imposed in 
respect of that unit, that outfitter-guide holds sufficient 
client hunter days to enable the provision of those 
guiding services.
	(c)	by repealing subsection (3.1)(c) and substituting 
the following:
	(c)	in the case of pheasants, gray partridges or Merriam's 
turkeys, he is lawfully assisting others to hunt such 
birds on a game bird shooting ground.
	(d)	in subsection (3.2) by striking out "(c)" and 
substituting ", if applicable, subsection (3.1)(c)";
	(e)	by adding the following after subsection (4):
(5)  Where it is proved to the satisfaction of the court trying a 
case that
	(a)	a designated guide who has assisted a non-resident or a 
non-resident alien to hunt has contravened any 
provision of this Act in doing so, and
	(b)	the outfitter-guide who employed that guide consented 
to or knew or should fairly be regarded as having 
consented to or having known about the circumstances 
giving rise to that contravention,
then, whether or not the guide has been prosecuted for the 
contravention, the outfitter-guide is also a party to and guilty of 
the offence relating to the contravention and is separately liable 
to the penalty provided for the offence.
(6)  This section applies notwithstanding anything to the contrary 
in any of sections 58 to 59.1.

11   Part 5 of Schedule 8 is amended
	(a)	in Item 6 by striking out "54(2)(c)" and substituting 
"54(2)";
	(b)	by adding the following after Item 6:
7.   The fee, if any, payable for a waterfowl privilege when 
acquired pursuant to a competitive process, if any, pursuant to 
section 54(2.1) of this Regulation, is the amount established 
through the competitive process.

12   Section 10(7) and (8) of Schedule 15 are amended by 
striking out "an applicable" and substituting "a".

13   This Regulation, other than sections 1 and 10(a), comes 
into force on April 1, 2013.