Alberta Regulation 139/2013 Fair Trading Act EXEMPTION AMENDMENT REGULATION Filed: July 17, 2013 For information only: Made by the Minister of Service Alberta (M.O. SA:007/2013) on July 15, 2013 pursuant to section 1(2) of the Fair Trading Act. 1 The Exemption Regulation (AR 188/99) is amended by this Regulation. 2 Section 2 is amended by striking out "September 1, 2013" and substituting "September 1, 2020". -------------------------------- Alberta Regulation 140/2013 Judicature Act ALBERTA RULES OF COURT AMENDMENT REGULATION Filed: July 25, 2013 For information only: Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 221/2013) on July 25, 2013 pursuant to section 28.1 of the Judicature Act. 1 The Alberta Rules of Court (AR 124/2010) are amended by this Regulation. 2 Rule 2.13 is amended by repealing the portion preceding clause (a) and substituting the following: Automatic litigation representatives 2.13 If an individual or estate is required to have a litigation representative under rule 2.11, a person is an automatic litigation representative for the individual or estate if the person has authority to commence, compromise, settle or defend a claim on behalf of the individual or estate under any of the following: 3 Rule 4.31 is amended (a) by renumbering it as rule 4.31(1); (b) in subrule (1)(a) by striking out "is satisfied" and substituting "determines"; (c) by adding the following after subrule (1): (2) Where, in determining an application under this rule, the Court finds that the delay in an action is inordinate and inexcusable, that delay is presumed to have resulted in significant prejudice to the party that brought the application. 4 Rule 4.33 is amended (a) in subrule (1) (i) by striking out "2 or more years has passed after the last thing done that significantly advanced" and substituting "3 or more years has passed without a significant advance in"; (ii) in clause (b) by striking out "doing the next thing in" and substituting "advancing"; (iii) by repealing clause (c) and substituting the following: (c) the applicant did not provide a substantive response within 2 months after receiving a written proposal by the respondent that the action not be advanced until more than 3 years after the last significant advance in the action, or (b) by repealing subrule (3) and substituting the following: (3) The following periods of time must not be considered in computing periods of time under subrule (1): (a) a period of time, not exceeding one year, between service of a statement of claim on an applicant and service of the applicant's statement of defence; (b) a period of time, not exceeding one year, between provision of a written proposal referred to in subrule (1)(c) and provision of a substantive response referred to in that subrule. (4) Rule 13.5 does not apply to this rule. 5 Rule 5.5(3) is amended by striking out "one month" and substituting "2 months". 6 Rule 5.15 is amended (a) in subrule (2) by striking out "(4) and (5)" and substituting "(4), (5) and (6)"; (b) in subrule (4) by striking out "one month" and substituting "3 months"; (c) by repealing subrule (5) and substituting the following: (5) Notwithstanding that the maker or recipient of an affidavit of records does not serve a notice under subrule (4) within the time provided by that subrule, the Court may order that the maker or recipient is not presumed to make the admission referred to in subrule (2). (6) This rule does not apply to a record whose authenticity, receipt or transmission has been denied by a party in the party's pleadings. 7 Rule 5.28(1)(c) is amended by striking out "the answers to the questions must be served by the questioning party" and substituting "the party being questioned must serve the answers to the questions". 8 Rule 10.10(2) is amended by striking out "reviewed if" and substituting "reviewed, whether at the request of the lawyer or the client, if". 9 Rule 10.13 is amended (a) by repealing subrules (2) and (3) and substituting the following: (2) If a lawyer obtains an appointment date, the lawyer must file (a) a notice of the appointment in Form 42, (b) a copy, in a sealed envelope, of any retainer agreement between the lawyer and the client, and (c) if the appointment is for a review of the lawyer's charges, a copy of a signed account of the lawyer's charges that are to be reviewed. (3) If a client obtains an appointment date, the client must file (a) a notice of the appointment in Form 42, (b) a copy, in a sealed envelope, of any retainer agreement between the lawyer and the client, if a copy is available, and (c) if the appointment is for a review of a lawyer's charges, a copy of the lawyer's account that is to be reviewed, if a copy is available. (b) in subrule (4) by striking out "notice of the appointment date" and substituting "copies of the documents filed under subrule (2) or (3)". 10 Rule 10.14(1) is amended by striking out "any retainer agreement," and substituting "a copy, in a sealed envelope, of any retainer agreement between the lawyer and the client". 11 Rule 10.15 is amended (a) by striking out "A retainer agreement" and substituting "The content of a retainer agreement"; (b) in clause (a) by striking out "existence of the agreement or information in it" and substituting "information in the agreement". 12 Rule 10.48 is repealed and the following is substituted: Recovery of goods and services tax 10.48(1) Unless the Court otherwise orders, a party entitled to a costs award is entitled to an additional amount on account of goods and services tax (a) on the fees portion of the costs award, and (b) on those disbursements, if any, that are taxable supplies under the Excise Tax Act (Canada). (2) Notwithstanding subrule (1), no additional amount on account of goods and services tax is recoverable where the tax is refundable or rebateable pursuant to the Excise Tax Act (Canada). 13 Rule 11.27 is amended by adding the following after subrule (3): (4) Subrules (1) to (3) apply despite (a) any previous order that permitted or directed service of the document by a particular method, and (b) the fact that the Hague Convention on the Service Abroad of Judicial and Extrajudicial Documents in Civil or Commercial Matters applies to service of the document. 14 Rule 12.41(7)(b) is amended by striking out "adverse interest" and substituting "adverse inference". 15 Rule 15.4 is amended (a) in subrule (1)(a) and (b) by striking out "elapsed since the last thing done to significantly advance" and substituting "passed without a significant advance in"; (b) by repealing subrule (2)(c) and substituting the following: (c) the applicant did not provide a substantive response within 2 months after receiving a written proposal by the respondent that the action not be advanced until more than 3 years after the last significant advance in the action, or (c) by repealing subrule (4) and substituting the following: (4) The following periods of time must not be considered in computing periods of time under subrule (1): (a) a period of time, not exceeding one year, between service of a statement of claim on an applicant and service of the applicant's statement of defence; (b) a period of time, not exceeding one year, between provision of a written proposal referred to in subrule (2)(c) and provision of a substantive response referred to in that subrule. (5) Rule 13.5 does not apply to this rule. 16 Schedule A is amended (a) in Form 5 under the heading "WARNING" by striking out "rely on an affidavit or other evidence when the originating application is heard or considered, you must reply by giving reasonable notice of that material to the applicant" and substituting "give evidence in response to the application, you must reply by filing an affidavit or other evidence with the Court and serving a copy of that affidavit or other evidence on the applicant(s) a reasonable time before the application is to be heard or considered"; (b) in Form 7 under the heading "WARNING" by striking out "rely on an affidavit or other evidence when the originating application is heard or considered, you must reply by giving reasonable notice of that material to the applicant(s)" and substituting "give evidence in response to the application, you must reply by filing an affidavit or other evidence with the Court and serving a copy of that affidavit or other evidence on the applicant(s) a reasonable time before the application is to be heard or considered"; (c) in Forms 19 and 27 under the heading "WARNING" by striking out "rely on an affidavit or other evidence when the application is heard or considered, you must reply by giving reasonable notice of the material to the applicant" and substituting "give evidence in response to the application, you must reply by filing an affidavit or other evidence with the Court and serving a copy of that affidavit or other evidence on the applicant(s) a reasonable time before the application is to be heard or considered"; (d) in Form 32 under the heading "WARNING" by striking out "rely on an affidavit or other evidence when the application is heard or considered, you must reply by giving reasonable notice of the material to the applicant" and substituting "give evidence in response to the application, you must reply by filing an affidavit or other evidence with the Court and serving a copy of that affidavit or other evidence on the applicant(s) a reasonable time before the application is to be heard or considered"; (e) in Form 34 under the heading "WARNING" by striking out "rely on an affidavit or other evidence when the [originating] application is heard or considered, you must reply by giving reasonable notice of that material to the applicant(s)" and substituting "give evidence in response to the application, you must reply by filing an affidavit or other evidence with the Court and serving a copy of that affidavit or other evidence on the applicant(s) a reasonable time before the application is to be heard or considered"; (f) in Form 36 under the heading "WARNING" (i) by striking out "on which you intend to rely when the application is heard or considered" and substituting "that you intend to give in response to the application"; (ii) by striking out "anything on which you intend to rely" and substituting "a copy of any affidavit or other evidence that you intend to give"; (iii) by striking out "applicant 5 days" and substituting "applicant(s) 5 days"; (g) in Forms 38 and 41 under the heading "WARNING" by striking out "rely on an affidavit or other evidence when the application is heard or considered, you must reply by giving reasonable notice of the material to the applicant" and substituting "give evidence in response to the application, you must reply by filing an affidavit or other evidence with the Court and serving a copy of that affidavit or other evidence on the applicant(s) a reasonable time before the application is to be heard or considered"; (h) in Form 42 (i) by striking out "retainer agreement(s) that is (are) attached" and substituting "retainer agreement(s) that is (are) required to be served with this notice of appointment"; (ii) by striking out "retainer agreements between the client(s) and the lawyer/law firm, which are to be provided" and substituting "retainer agreements between the client(s) and the lawyer/law firm, which are required to be provided"; (iii) by striking out "lawyer's account(s) that is (are) attached" and substituting "lawyer's account(s) that is (are) required to be served with this notice of appointment"; (iv) by striking out "lawyer's accounts between the client(s) and the lawyer/law firm, which are to be provided" and substituting "lawyer's accounts between the client(s) and the lawyer/law firm, which are required to be provided"; (i) in Form 44 (i) by adding the following before the heading "Total amount claimed:": By making the above claim for an additional amount on account of goods and services tax, the party entitled to the costs award warrants that it is not entitled under the Excise Tax Act (Canada) to a refund or rebate of any goods and services tax paid. (ii) by striking out the portion of the form after "CERTIFICATE OF ASSESSMENT OFFICER:" and substituting the following: I, ___________________, certify the following amount(s) that is (are) to be paid By Plaintiff: $_______________________ By Defendant: $_______________________ to (name of party or parties to receive the costs awarded). I also certify the following special circumstance(s) and the amount to be paid by each party with respect to the special circumstance(s): Dated: ___________ Name of Assessment Officer: ____________________ (j) in Forms FL-18 and FL-20 by striking out the warning and substituting the following: WARNING If you do not come to Court on the date and at the time shown above either in person or by your lawyer, the Court may give the Applicant(s) what they want in your absence. You will be bound by any order that the Court makes. If you intend to give evidence in response to the application, you must reply by filing an affidavit or other evidence with the Court and serving a copy of that affidavit or other evidence on the Applicant(s) a reasonable time before the application is to be heard or considered. (j) in Form FL-27 in clause 10 of the Corollary Relief Clauses by striking out "Director of Maintenance Enforcement ("MEP"), 7th Floor North, 10355 - 97 Street" and substituting "Director of Maintenance Enforcement ("MEP"), 7th Floor North, 10365 - 97 Street". 17 The Appendix is amended by adding the following after the definition of "order": "outside Alberta" means outside Alberta and Canada except (a) in the expressions "outside Alberta but within Canada", "outside Alberta but in Canada" and "outside Alberta and in Canada", and (b) in rules 12.14, 12.26(1) and (5), 12.46(1)(b) and 12.52; -------------------------------- Alberta Regulation 141/2013 Municipal Government Act CITY OF EDMONTON CAPITAL CITY DOWNTOWN COMMUNITY REVITALIZATION LEVY REGULATION Filed: July 25, 2013 For information only: Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 231/2013) on July 25, 2013 pursuant to section 381.5 of the Municipal Government Act. Table of Contents 1 Definitions 2 Scope of Regulation 3 Establishment of community revitalization levy area 4 Community revitalization plan 5 Community revitalization levy bylaw 6 Borrowing bylaw 7 Preparation of assessments 8 Community revitalization assessment roll 9 Community revitalization levy roll 10 Community revitalization levy rate bylaw 11 Calculating amount of levy 12 Separate fund required 13 Application of Parts 9 to 12 of Act 14 Termination of a community revitalization levy bylaw 15 Expiry Schedule Definitions 1 In this Regulation, (a) "Act" means the Municipal Government Act; (b) "assessment baseline" means the property assessment of each property within the Capital City Downtown Revitalization Levy Area as of December 31 of the year in which the community revitalization levy bylaw is approved by the Lieutenant Governor in Council; (c) "Capital City Downtown Revitalization Levy Area" means the City of Edmonton community revitalization levy area established pursuant to section 3; (d) "community revitalization levy bylaw" means a bylaw passed by the council to impose a levy in respect of the incremental assessed value of property in the Capital City Downtown Revitalization Levy Area; (e) "community revitalization levy rate" means the rate imposed under a community revitalization levy bylaw for the applicable assessment class or sub-class of property; (f) "council" means the council of the City of Edmonton; (g) "incremental assessed value" has the meaning given to it in section 381.1(a) of the Act; (h) "property" has the meaning given to it in section 284(1)(r) of the Act, but does not include linear property. Scope of Regulation 2(1) This Regulation applies only to property located in the Capital City Downtown Revitalization Levy Area. (2) Sections 6 to 14 apply only if (a) the council passes a community revitalization levy bylaw in respect of the Capital City Downtown Revitalization Levy Area, and (b) the Lieutenant Governor in Council approves the community revitalization levy bylaw. Establishment of community revitalization levy area 3 This Regulation establishes a community revitalization levy area in the City of Edmonton, known as the Capital City Downtown Revitalization Levy Area, on the lands described in the Schedule. Community revitalization plan 4(1) Before passing a community revitalization levy bylaw in respect of the Capital City Downtown Revitalization Levy Area, the council must (a) prepare a community revitalization plan for the Capital City Downtown Revitalization Levy Area, (b) hold one or more public hearings on the proposed community revitalization plan in accordance with section 606 of the Act, and (c) make and keep a record of any public hearings, and make the results of those public hearings available to the public. (2) A community revitalization plan must address (a) the objectives, risks and benefits associated with the plan, (b) the need for the plan, including substantiation that redevelopment will not progress significantly in its absence, (c) the costs associated with the plan, including the amount and timing of projected (i) redevelopment capital costs, (ii) borrowing costs, and (iii) other costs, (d) the revenues associated with the plan, including the amount and timing of projected (i) community revitalization levies in respect of the incremental assessed value of property in the Capital City Downtown Revitalization Levy Area, (ii) general municipal revenues, and (iii) other revenue sources, (e) the amount, timing and source of projected borrowings associated with the plan, and the amount and timing of the repayments, (f) a low, medium and high projection of estimated changes in the incremental assessed value of property in the Capital City Downtown Revitalization Levy Area and the consequent impact on projected revenues from community revitalization levies, (g) how the municipality will fund any shortfall, in the event that actual revenues associated with the plan are not sufficient to provide for the actual costs and repayment of borrowings associated with the plan, (h) the proposed land uses for the Capital City Downtown Revitalization Levy Area, (i) the proposed phasing of development in the Capital City Downtown Revitalization Levy Area, (j) the impact, if any, that the redevelopment of the Capital City Downtown Revitalization Levy Area will have on the residents of that area, (k) which features, facilities and characteristics of the municipality will be adversely affected by the redevelopment of the Capital City Downtown Revitalization Levy Area and what is proposed to mitigate those effects, (l) which historically significant buildings in the Capital City Downtown Revitalization Levy Area will be conserved and maintained and how they will be conserved and maintained, and (m) the expected role of private sector developers in the redevelopment of the Capital City Downtown Revitalization Levy Area. (3) A community revitalization plan must be consistent with the land use policies established by the Lieutenant Governor in Council under section 622 of the Act. Community revitalization levy bylaw 5(1) A community revitalization levy bylaw must include all of the information required to be included in the community revitalization plan. (2) A community revitalization levy bylaw may be amended by the council, but any amendments made have no effect unless they are approved by the Lieutenant Governor in Council. Borrowing bylaw 6 Despite sections 256 to 263 of the Act, a borrowing bylaw for the purpose of implementing the community revitalization plan, in whole or in part, must be advertised in accordance with section 606 of the Act. Preparation of assessments 7 Assessments of property in the Capital City Downtown Revitalization Levy Area must be prepared in the same manner as similar properties in the municipality in accordance with Part 9 of the Act, as modified by this Regulation. Community revitalization assessment roll 8(1) The municipality must prepare annually, not later than February 28, a community revitalization assessment roll. (2) A community revitalization assessment roll may be a continuation of the assessment roll prepared under Part 9 of the Act or may be separate from that roll. Community revitalization levy roll 9(1) The municipality must prepare a community revitalization levy roll annually. (2) A community revitalization levy roll may be a continuation of the tax roll prepared under Part 10 of the Act or may be separate from that roll. (3) A community revitalization levy roll must show the same information that is required to be shown on the tax roll in accordance with section 329 of the Act. Community revitalization levy rate bylaw 10(1) The council must pass a community revitalization levy rate bylaw annually. (2) A community revitalization levy rate bylaw must (a) set and show separately all of the community revitalization levy rates that must be imposed to raise the revenue required to meet the levy increment financing program and council's approved budget, and (b) not be imposed in respect of property that (i) is exempt under section 351, 361 or 362 of the Act, (ii) is exempt under section 363 of the Act, unless the bylaw passed under section 363 makes the property taxable, or (iii) is made exempt from taxation by the bylaw passed under section 364 of the Act. (3) A community revitalization levy rate must be equal to or greater than the tax rates established annually for the corresponding property tax bylaw for each assessment class or sub-class of property referred to in section 297 of the Act. (4) A community revitalization levy rate bylaw may set out the class and sub-class tax rates for the municipal property tax, the school requisition and the community revitalization levy rate. Calculating amount of levy 11(1) The amount of the levy to be imposed in respect of property located in the Capital City Downtown Revitalization Levy Area is to be calculated by multiplying the incremental assessed value of the property by the community revitalization levy rate to be imposed on that property. (2) If a tax-exempt property in the Capital City Downtown Revitalization Levy Area becomes taxable or partially taxable, the community revitalization levy for that property is to be calculated on a prorated basis by applying the community revitalization levy rate to the incremental assessed value of the taxable portion of the property. (3) The community revitalization levy under subsection (2) is to be applied beginning in the year that the property becomes taxable or partially taxable. (4) If a tax-exempt property in the Capital City Downtown Revitalization Levy Area becomes taxable or partially taxable, the assessment baseline for that property shall be excluded from the equalized assessment beginning in the year that the property becomes taxable or partially taxable. (5) If taxable property in the Capital City Downtown Revitalization Levy Area becomes tax exempt, no community revitalization levy is to be applied to that property beginning in the year that the property becomes exempt. (6) If, after the community revitalization area has been established, there is (a) a subdivision affecting the property within the Capital City Downtown Revitalization Levy Area, or (b) a consolidation of 2 or more properties within the Capital City Downtown Revitalization Levy Area, in respect of which a community revitalization levy is payable, the municipality must reallocate the assessment baseline to each of the new properties in the year that the subdivision or consolidation occurs. (7) If, after the community revitalization area has been established, there are changes to the assessment class or assessment sub-class for a property, the municipality may revise the assessment class or sub-class applicable to the property assessment baseline to reflect those changes with respect to future years. Separate fund required 12 A community revitalization levy collected from the Capital City Downtown Revitalization Levy Area, and any interest earned from the investment of that levy, (a) must (i) be accounted for separately from other levies collected, and (ii) be used only for the purposes specified in the community revitalization plan for the Capital City Downtown Revitalization Levy Area; (b) may not be used to pay for any projects or improvements that are completed before the community revitalization levy bylaw is approved by the Lieutenant Governor in Council. Application of Parts 9 to 12 of Act 13 Except as modified by this Regulation, Parts 9 to 12 of the Act relating to the assessment and taxation of property apply with the necessary modifications to a community revitalization levy, and, for that purpose, a reference in those Parts to (a) a tax imposed under Part 10, Division 2 is deemed to be a reference to a community revitalization levy, (b) a property tax bylaw is deemed to be a reference to a community revitalization levy bylaw, (c) an assessment roll is deemed to be a reference to a community revitalization assessment roll, and (d) a tax roll is deemed to be a reference to a community revitalization levy roll. Termination of a community revitalization levy bylaw 14 The community revitalization levy bylaw is terminated on the earliest of the following: (a) at the end of a period of 20 years from the year in which the community revitalization levy bylaw is approved by the Lieutenant Governor in Council; (b) the date that all borrowings for the Capital City Downtown Revitalization Levy Area are repaid or recovered from the revenues associated with the community revitalization plan; (c) an earlier date specified by the Lieutenant Governor in Council. Expiry 15 For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be repassed in its present or an amended form following a review, this Regulation expires on December 31, 2023. Schedule All lands in the City of Edmonton contained in the area shown on the following map and which may be described, approximately, as follows: Commencing at the center intersection of 109th Street and 100th Avenue; Thence Easterly along the center line of 100th Avenue to the center intersection of 102nd Street and 100th Avenue; Thence Northerly along the center line of 102nd Street to the center intersection of 102nd Avenue and 102nd Street; Thence Westerly along the center line of 102nd Avenue to the center intersection of 103rd Street and 102nd Avenue; Thence Northerly along the center line of 103rd Street to the center intersection of 103rd Avenue and 103rd Street; Thence Easterly along the center line of 103rd Avenue and transitioning to 102A Avenue to the center intersection of 100th Street and 102A Avenue; Thence Southerly along the center line of 100th Street continuing along the east boundary of Block C, Plan 5011EO to the center line of Grierson Hill Road; Thence North Easterly along the center line of Grierson Hill Road to the center intersection of 96th Street and Grierson Hill Road; Thence Westerly along the center line of 101st Avenue to the center intersection of Jasper Avenue and 101st Avenue; Thence South Westerly along the center line of Jasper Avenue to the center intersection of 97th Street and Jasper Avenue; Thence Northerly along the center line of 97th Street to the center intersection of 106th Avenue and 97th Street; Thence Westerly along the center line of 106th Avenue to the center intersection of 105th Street and 106th Avenue; Thence Southerly along the center line 105th Street to the center intersection of 104th Avenue and 105th Street; Thence Westerly along the center line of 104th Avenue to the center intersection of 109th Street and 104th Avenue; Thence Southerly along the center line of 109th Street to the point of commencement. Alberta Regulation 142/2013 Municipal Government Act MUNICIPAL EMERGENCY EXEMPTION REGULATION Filed: July 25, 2013 For information only: Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 232/2013) on July 25, 2013 pursuant to section 603 of the Municipal Government Act. Table of Contents 1 Definitions 2 Ministerial authority 3 Terms, conditions, etc. 4 Order not required to be filed 5 Expiry Definitions 1 In this Regulation, (a) "Act" means the Municipal Government Act; (b) "disaster" means a disaster as defined in section 1(e) of the Emergency Management Act; (c) "emergency" means an emergency as defined in section 1(f) of the Emergency Management Act; (d) "Minister" means the Minister as defined in the Act. Ministerial authority 2 Where it appears to the Minister that a disaster or an emergency exists in a municipality the Minister may by order, with respect to that municipality or an adjacent municipality, (a) modify one or more provisions of the Act as they apply to the municipality, (b) exempt the municipality from one or more provisions of the Act or bylaws made pursuant to the Act, or (c) provide the municipality with specified authority in addition to that set out in the Act. Terms, conditions, etc. 3 The Minister may, in an order made under section 2, (a) impose terms, conditions and timelines on the modification or exemption of a provision of the Act or a bylaw or the exercise of additional authority, and (b) specify a date on which the order or any provision of it expires. Order not required to be filed 4 An order of the Minister made under section 2 is not required to be filed under the Regulations Act. Expiry 5 This Regulation is made under section 603(1) of the Act and is subject to repeal under section 603(2) of the Act. -------------------------------- Alberta Regulation 143/2013 Income and Employment Supports Act INCOME SUPPORT, TRAINING AND HEALTH BENEFITS AMENDMENT REGULATION Filed: July 25, 2013 For information only: Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 233/2013) on July 25, 2013 pursuant to section 48 of the Income and Employment Supports Act. 1 The Income Support, Training and Health Benefits Regulation (AR 122/2011) is amended by this Regulation. 2 Section 95 is repealed and the following is substituted: Appointments to appeal panels under section 47 of the Act 95(1) The term of office of a member of an appeal panel established under section 47 of the Act must not exceed 3 years. (2) A member of an appeal panel may be reappointed, but may not serve as a member for more than 12 consecutive years. (3) Notwithstanding subsections (1) and (2), where an appeal panel member's appointment expires, the member continues to hold office until (a) the member is reappointed, (b) a successor is appointed, or (c) a period of 3 months has elapsed, whichever occurs first. -------------------------------- Alberta Regulation 144/2013 Radiation Protection Act RADIATION PROTECTION AMENDMENT REGULATION Filed: July 25, 2013 For information only: Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 236/2013) on July 25, 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 1(1) is amended (a) in clause (b) by adding "ionizing radiation equipment and non-ionizing" after "means"; (b) by adding the following after clause (c): (c.1) "effective dose" means the sum for all irradiated tissues and organs, of the equivalent dose, in millisieverts, for each tissue or organ multiplied by the appropriate tissue weighting factor, as determined in accordance with the 2007 Recommendations of the International Commission on Radiological Protection. ICRP Publication 103. Ann. ICRP 37 (2-4); (c.2) "equivalent dose" means the amount of energy of ionizing radiation, in millisieverts, absorbed in a unit of mass of irradiated tissue or organ multiplied by the appropriate radiation weighting factor, as determined in accordance with the 2007 Recommendations of the International Commission on Radiological Protection. ICRP Publication 103. Ann. ICRP 37 (2-4); (c) by striking out clause (d) and substituting the following: (d) "millisievert" ("mSv") means a derived unit of effective dose and equivalent dose for ionizing radiation; (d.1) "National Dose Registry" means the centralized record-keeping system containing the dose information of radiation workers in Canada that is maintained by Health Canada; (d) by repealing clause (e); (e) in clause (f) by striking out "an individual" and substituting "a person"; (f) by adding the following after clause (h): (h.1) "rolling 5 calendar years" means, in reference to an exposure period, a period consisting of the current calendar year and the 4 most recent full calendar years; (g) in clause (j) by striking out "an individual" and substituting "a person". 3 Section 3 is amended (a) in subsection (1) (i) in clause (a) (A) by striking out "radiation workers and any other persons" and substituting "any person"; (B) by adding "(ALARA)" after "achievable"; (ii) by repealing clause (b) and substituting the following: (b) no person is exposed to the following: (i) ionizing radiation in excess of any of the applicable maximum effective dose limits specified in Table 1 of Schedule 1; (ii) ionizing radiation in excess of any of the applicable maximum equivalent dose limits specified in Table 2 of Schedule 1. (b) by repealing subsection (2) and substituting the following: (2) A user of radiation equipment or a radiation source shall not expose any person, including himself or herself, to the following: (a) an effective dose of ionizing radiation in excess of any of the applicable maximum effective dose limits specified in Table 1 of Schedule 1; (b) an equivalent dose of ionizing radiation in excess of any of the applicable maximum equivalent dose limits specified in Table 2 of Schedule 1. (c) in subsection (3) (i) by striking out "annual"; (ii) by striking out "exposure from" wherever it occurs and substituting "exposure to"; (iii) in clause (a) by striking out "individual" and substituting "person". 4 Section 4 is amended (a) in subsection (1) (i) by repealing clause (a) and substituting the following: (a) the following persons who use or are exposed to the use of any ionizing radiation equipment described in subsection (2) are provided with and use an appropriate device, provided by a dosimetry service provider licensed by the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission, to monitor their personal exposure to ionizing radiation: (i) a radiation worker; (ii) a student undergoing a course of instruction involving the use of ionizing radiation equipment, (ii) by striking out "and" at the end of clause (b), by adding "and" at the end of clause (c) and by adding the following after clause (c): (d) the dose of a radiation worker as determined by monitoring pursuant to clause (a) is reported to the National Dose Registry. (b) by repealing subsection (2)(e) and substituting the following: (e) any other ionizing radiation equipment for which the registration certificate requires monitoring of the personal exposure of radiation workers. 5 Section 5 is repealed and the following is substituted: Pregnant radiation workers 5(1) A pregnant woman who is or who becomes a radiation worker shall forthwith inform her employer in writing of her pregnancy. (2) After being informed of a radiation worker's pregnancy, the employer shall reassess the worker's employment duties or training activities, as the case may be, and modify the duties or activities, where reasonable to do so, to ensure that the worker's effective dose of ionizing radiation does not exceed the applicable maximum effective dose limits specified in Table 1 of Schedule 1. 6 Section 6 is amended by (a) striking out "an individual" and substituting "another person"; (b) by striking out "that individual" and substituting "that other person". 7 Section 7 is repealed and the following is substituted: Maximum exposure limits for non-ionizing radiation 7(1) An owner of and an employer who uses radiation equipment that produces non-ionizing radiation shall ensure that no person is exposed to non-ionizing radiation in excess of any of the applicable maximum exposure limits specified (a) in Table 1 of Schedule 2 in respect of exposure to laser radiation, and (b) in Table 2 of Schedule 2 in respect of exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields. (2) A user of radiation equipment that produces non-ionizing radiation shall not expose any person, including himself or herself, to non-ionizing radiation in excess of any of the applicable maximum exposure limits specified (a) in Table 1 of Schedule 2 in respect of exposure to laser radiation, and (b) in Table 2 of Schedule 2 in respect of exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields. (3) Subsections (1)(a) and (2)(a) do not apply to exposure to non-ionizing medical or dental radiation when the person exposed is (a) a patient, or (b) a participant in an ethical research program recognized by the Director. 8 Section 8 is amended (a) by striking out "items of radiation equipment are" and substituting "radiation equipment is"; (b) by striking out "they are" and substituting "it is"; (c) in clause (f) by striking out "diffraction and"; (d) by repealing clause (i) and substituting the following: (i) class 3b or 4 lasers that are not enclosed within a laser system with a lower classification, as described in ANSI Standard Z136.1-2007, "American National Standard for the Safe Use of Lasers" published by the American National Standards Institute. 9 Section 12 is amended by adding "imposed by the Director" after "restrictions". 10 The following is added after section 13: Provision of information to Director 13.1(1) A person shall, within 30 days after selling, leasing, transferring, lending, assembling or installing designated radiation equipment, provide the following information to the Director: (a) that person's name and address; (b) the name and address of the person to whom the designated radiation equipment was sold, leased, transferred or lent or for whom the designated radiation equipment was assembled or installed; (c) the manufacturer, model, serial number and, if available, date of manufacture of the designated radiation equipment; (d) the date on which the ownership or possession of the designated radiation equipment changed or on which the designated radiation equipment was assembled or installed. (2) A person who sells or transfers designated radiation equipment shall inform the person to whom it is sold or transferred of the requirement to obtain a valid registration certificate prior to installation or operation of the designated radiation equipment. (3) Within 30 days after designated radiation equipment has been removed from service, the owner shall (a) provide, as applicable in the circumstances, the Director with (i) the date on which the designated radiation equipment was removed from service, (ii) the date on which the designated radiation equipment was placed in storage, and (iii) the date on which the designated radiation equipment was destroyed or disposed of, and (b) return the registration certificate for the designated radiation equipment to the Director. 11 Section 14 is amended by striking out "annual maximum dose limits specified in Schedule 1" and substituting "maximum effective dose limits and maximum equivalent dose limits specified in Tables 1 and 2 of Schedule 1 respectively". 12 Section 15 is amended (a) by repealing clause (a) and substituting the following: (a) x-ray equipment used for medical diagnosis comply with Safety Code 35, (2008), "Safety Procedures for the Installation, Use and Control of X-ray Equipment in Large Medical Radiological Facilities" published by Health Canada, (b) by repealing clause (b); (c) in clause (e) by striking out "diffraction and"; (d) by repealing clause (f) and substituting the following: (f) industrial x-ray equipment comply with Safety Code 34, (2003), "Radiation Protection and Safety for Industrial X-ray Equipment" published by Health Canada, and 13 Section 17(2) is amended (a) by repealing clause (a) and substituting the following: (a) in a health care facility comply with CAN/CSA-Z386-08, "Safe Use of Lasers in Health Care Facilities" published by the Canadian Standards Association, and (b) in clause (b) by striking out "Z136.1-2000" and substituting "Z136.1-2007". 14 Section 21 is amended by striking out "September 30, 2013" and substituting "September 30, 2022". 15 Schedule 1 is repealed and the following is substituted: Schedule 1 Table 1 Maximum Effective Dose Limits for Ionizing Radiation Person Exposure Period Effective Dose Limit (mSv) Radiation worker One year 50 Rolling 5 calendar years 100 Pregnant radiation worker Balance of pregnancy after informing employer in accordance with section 5(1) 4 Student undergoing a course of instruction involving the use of ionizing designated radiation equipment One year 1 Person who is not a radiation worker One year 1 Table 2 Maximum Equivalent Dose Limits for Ionizing Radiation Person Applicable Body Organ or Tissue Exposure Period Equivalent Dose Limit (mSv) Radiation worker Lens of the eye One year 50 Rolling 5 calendar years 100 Skin One year 500 Hands and feet One year 500 Person who is not a radiation worker Lens of the eye One year 15 Skin One year 50 Hands and feet One year 50 16 Schedule 2 is repealed and the following is substituted: Schedule 2 Table 1 Maximum Exposure Limits for Laser Radiation for any Persons Type of Radiation Maximum Exposure Limit Laser As set out in ANSI Standard Z136.1-2007, "American National Standard for the Safe Use of Lasers" published by the American National Standards Institute Table 2 Maximum Exposure Limits for Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields for any Persons Type of Radiation Maximum Exposure Limit Radiofrequency As set out in Safety Code 6, (2009), Electromagnetic "Limits of Human Exposure to Fields in the Range Radiofrequency Electromagnetic from 3 kHz to Fields in the Frequency Range from 300 GHz 3 kHz to 300 GHz" published by Health Canada -------------------------------- Alberta Regulation 145/2013 Electric Utilities Act TRANSMISSION AMENDMENT REGULATION Filed: July 25, 2013 For information only: Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 240/2013) on July 25, 2013 pursuant to section 142 of the Electric Utilities Act. 1 The Transmission Regulation (AR 86/2007) is amended by this Regulation. 2 Section 46(1) is repealed and the following is substituted: Prudence of activities and costs 46(1) The Commission must consider that the ISO's own administrative costs that have been approved by the ISO members are prudent unless an interested person satisfies the Commission that those costs or expenses are unreasonable. -------------------------------- Alberta Regulation 146/2013 Wildlife Act WILDLIFE (SPECIES PROTECTIONS, 2013) AMENDMENT REGULATION Filed: July 29, 2013 For information only: Made by the Minister of Environment and Sustainable Resource Development (M.O. 06/2013) on July 16, 2013 pursuant to section 103 of the Wildlife Act. 1 The Wildlife Regulation (AR 143/97) is amended by this Regulation. 2 Section 4(1)(m) is amended by adding "that are not wildlife animals or controlled animals" after "subject animals". 3 Section 96 is amended (a) in clause (a)(iii) by striking out "snakes, except those specified in clause (a.1), and bats," and substituting "bats"; (b) by repealing clause (a.1) and substituting the following: (a.1) to the dens of snakes used as hibernacula or birthing dens, throughout Alberta and throughout the year, 4 Schedules 4 and 5 are repealed and the Schedules (4 and 5) contained in the Schedule to this Regulation are substituted. 5 Schedule 6 is amended (a) in Part 1, Sub-Part 1 (i) by striking out "Bos" and substituting "Bison"; (ii) by striking out "(Sage Grouse)" and substituting "[Greater Sage (Sage) Grouse]"; (iii) by striking out "douglassi" and substituting "douglasii"; (b) in Part 1, Sub-Part 2 (i) by striking out "(Grizzly Bear)" and substituting "Brown (Grizzly) Bear"; (ii) by striking out "Rana" and substituting "Lithobates"; (c) in Footnote 1 by striking out "Bos" and substituting "Bison". 6 Schedule 7 is amended by adding "(Other than Wildlife and Controlled Animals)" after "Subject Animals". Schedule to Amending Regulation Schedule 4 (Section 4(1)(a) to (g) of this Regulation) Wildlife Part 1 Big Game Ursus americanus [American Black (Black) Bear] Puma concolor [Cougar (Mountain Lion)] Cervus canadensis manitobensis [Elk (Wapiti) (Manitoban Elk)] Cervus canadensis nannodes [Elk (Wapiti) (Tule Elk)] Cervus canadensis nelsoni [Elk (Wapiti) (Rocky Mountain Elk)] Cervus canadensis roosevelti [Elk (Wapiti) (Roosevelt Elk)] Odocoileus hemionus (Mule Deer) Odocoileus virginianus (White-tailed Deer) Alces alces (Moose) Antilocapra americana [Antelope (Pronghorn)] Ovis canadensis canadensis [Sheep (Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep)] Oreamnos americanus [Goat (Rocky Mountain Goat)] Any hybrid offspring resulting from the crossing of 2 animals, at least one of which is a big game animal Part 2 Birds of Prey Cathartes aura (Turkey Vulture) Coragyps atratus (Black Vulture) Pandion haliaetus (Osprey) Haliaeetus leucocephalus (Bald Eagle) Circus hudsonius (Northern Harrier) Accipiter striatus (Sharp-shinned Hawk) Accipiter cooperii (Cooper's Hawk) Accipiter gentilis (Northern Goshawk) Buteo platypterus (Broad-winged Hawk) Buteo swainsoni (Swainson's Hawk) Buteo jamaicensis (Red-tailed Hawk) Buteo lagopus (Rough-legged Hawk) Aquila chrysaetos (Golden Eagle) Falco sparverius (American Kestrel) Falco columbarius (Merlin) Falco rusticolus (Gyrfalcon) Falco mexicanus (Prairie Falcon) Tyto alba (Common Barn Owl) Megascops asio (Eastern Screech Owl) Megascops kennicottii (Western Screech Owl) Megascops flammeolus (Flammulated Owl) Bubo virginianus (Great Horned Owl) Bubo scandiaca (Snowy Owl) Surnia ulula (Northern Hawk-Owl) Glaucidium gnoma (Northern Pygmy-Owl) Strix varia (Barred Owl) Strix nebulosa (Great Gray Owl) Asio otus (Long-eared Owl) Asio flammeus (Short-eared Owl) Aegolius funereus (Boreal Owl) Aegolius acadicus (Northern Saw-whet Owl) Any hybrid offspring resulting from the crossing of 2 birds of prey Part 3 Fur-Bearing Animals Tamiasciurus hudsonicus [American Red (Red) Squirrel] Castor canadensis [American Beaver (Beaver)] Ondatra zibethicus (Muskrat) Canis latrans (Coyote) Canis lupus [Wolf (Gray Wolf)] Alopex lagopus (Arctic Fox) Vulpes vulpes (Red Fox) Urocyon cinereoargenteus (Gray Fox) Martes americana [American Marten (Marten)] Martes pennanti (Fisher) Mustela erminea [Short-tailed Weasel (Ermine)] Mustela nivalis (Least Weasel) Mustela frenata (Long-tailed Weasel) Neovison vison [American Mink (Mink)] Gulo gulo (Wolverine) Taxidea taxus [American Badger (Badger)] Lontra canadensis [Otter (Northern River Otter)] Lynx canadensis [Canada Lynx (Lynx)] Lynx rufus (Bobcat) Any hybrid offspring resulting from the crossing of 2 fur-bearing animals Part 4 Game Birds ITEM 1: Migratory Game Birds Birds of the following kinds, except a bird that (a) is raised in captivity, (b) has not been captured from the wild, and (c) is readily distinguishable from a wild bird of the same kind by size, shape or colour: Anser albifrons [White-fronted (Greater White-fronted) Goose] Chen caerulescens [Snow (Blue) Goose] Chen rossii (Ross' Goose) Branta bernicla [Brant (Black Brant)] Branta canadensis (Canada Goose) Branta hutchinsii (Cackling Goose) Aix sponsa (Wood Duck) Anas crecca (Green-winged Teal) Anas rubripes (American Black Duck) Anas platyrhynchos (Mallard) Anas acuta (Northern Pintail) Anas discors (Blue-winged Teal) Anas cyanoptera (Cinnamon Teal) Anas clypeata (Northern Shoveler) Anas strepera (Gadwall) Anas penelope [European (Eurasian) Wigeon] Anas querquedula (Garganey) Anas americana (American Wigeon) Aythya valisineria (Canvasback) Aythya americana (Redhead) Aythya collaris (Ring-necked Duck) Aythya marila (Greater Scaup) Aythya affinis (Lesser Scaup) Aythya fuligula (Tufted Duck) Somateria spectabilis (King Eider) Somateria mollissima (Common Eider) Histrionicus histrionicus (Harlequin Duck) Clangula hyemalis (Long-tailed Duck) Melanitta americana (Black Scoter) Melanitta perspicillata (Surf Scoter) Melanitta fusca (White-winged Scoter) Bucephala clangula (Common Goldeneye) Bucephala islandica (Barrow's Goldeneye) Bucephala albeola (Bufflehead) Lophodytes cucullatus (Hooded Merganser) Mergus merganser (Common Merganser) Mergus serrator (Red-breasted Merganser) Oxyura jamaicensis (Ruddy Duck) Coturnicops noveboracensis (Yellow Rail) Rallus limicola (Virginia Rail) Porzana carolina [Sora Rail (Sora)] Fulica americana (American Coot) Gallinago delicata (Wilson's Snipe) Any hybrid offspring resulting from the crossing of 2 migratory game birds ITEM 2: Upland Game Birds Perdix perdix [Gray (Common) (Hungarian) Partridge] Phasianus colchicus [Pheasant (Ring-necked Pheasant)] Dendragapus canadensis (Spruce Grouse) Dendragapus obscurus [Blue (Dusky) Grouse] Lagopus lagopus (Willow Ptarmigan) Lagopus leucurus (White-tailed Ptarmigan) Lagopus mutus (Rock Ptarmigan) Bonasa umbellus (Ruffed Grouse) Tympanuchus phasianellus (Sharp-tailed Grouse) Meleagris gallopavo merriami [Wild (Merriam's) Turkey] Any hybrid offspring resulting from the crossing of 2 upland game birds Part 5 Non-game Animals Ambystoma macrodactylum (Long-toed Salamander) Anaxyrus cognatus (Great Plains Toad) Anaxyrus hemiophrys (Canadian Toad) Anaxyrus boreas [Boreal (Western) Toad] Spea bombifrons (Plains Spadefoot) Rana luteiventris [Columbia Spotted (Spotted) Frog] Chrysemys picta (Western Painted Turtle) Pituophis cantenifer [Bull (Gopher) Snake] Heterodon nasicus (Western Hognose Snake) Crotalus viridis (Prairie Rattlesnake) Thamnophis sirtalis [Red-sided (Common) Garter Snake] Thamnophis radix (Plains Garter Snake) Thamnophis elegans [Western Terrestrial (Wandering) Garter Snake] Myotis ciliolabrum (Small-footed Myotis) Myotis volans (Long-legged Myotis) Myotis septentrionalis (Northern Myotis) Myotis evotis (Long-eared Myotis) Lasionycteris noctivagans (Silver-haired Bat) Lasiurus borealis (Eastern Red Bat) Lasiurus cinereus (Hoary Bat) Sorex hoyi [American Pygmy (Pygmy) Shrew] Sorex vagrans [Vagrant (Wandering) Shrew] Marmota flaviventris (Yellow-bellied Marmot) Marmota caligata (Hoary Marmot) Tamias amoenus (Yellow-pine Chipmunk) Tamias ruficaudus (Red-tailed Chipmunk) Glaucomys sabrinus (Northern Flying Squirrel) Reithrodontomys megalotis (Western Harvest Mouse) Perognathus fasciatus (Olive-backed Pocket Mouse) Microtus richardsoni [North American Water (Water) Vole] Microtus xanthognathus (Taiga Vole) Microtus ochrogaster (Prairie Vole) Lemmiscus curtatus (Sagebrush Vole) Mustela nigripes (Black-footed Ferret) Lemmus trimucronatus [Nearctic Brown (Brown) Lemming] Synaptomys borealis (Northern Bog Lemming) Gavia stellata (Red-throated Loon) Gavia pacifica (Pacific Loon) Gavia immer (Common Loon) Gavia adamsii (Yellow-billed Loon) Podilymbus podiceps (Pied-billed Grebe) Podiceps auritus (Horned Grebe) Podiceps grisegena (Red-necked Grebe) Podiceps nigricollis (Eared Grebe) Aechmophorus clarkii (Clark's Grebe) Aechmophorus occidentalis (Western Grebe) Gallinula galeata (Common Galinule) Phalacrocorax auritus (Double-crested Cormorant) Pelecanus erythrorhynchos (American White Pelican) Botaurus lentiginosus (American Bittern) Ardea herodias (Great Blue Heron) Egretta caerulea (Little Blue Heron) Egretta tricolor (Tri-coloured Heron) Casmerodius albus (Great Egret) Egretta thula (Snowy Egret) Bubulcus ibis (Cattle Egret) Butorides virescens (Green Heron) Nycticorax nycticorax (Black-crowned Night Heron) Nyctanassa violacea (Yellow-crowned Night Heron) Plegadis chihi (White-faced Ibis) Cygnus columbianus (Tundra Swan) Grus canadensis (Sandhill Crane) Grus grus (Common Crane) Pluvialis squatarola [Black-bellied (Gray) Plover] Pluvialis dominica (American Golden Plover) Pluvialis fulva (Pacific Golden Plover) Charadrius nivosus (Snowy Plover) Charadrius mongolus (Lesser Sand Plover) Charadrius semipalmatus (Semipalmated Plover) Charadrius vociferus (Killdeer) Himantopus mexicanus (Black-necked Stilt) Recurvirostra americana (American Avocet) Tringa erythropus (Spotted Redshank) Tringa melanoleuca (Greater Yellowlegs) Tringa flavipes (Lesser Yellowlegs) Tringa solitaria (Solitary Sandpiper) Tringa semipalmata (Willet) Tringa incana (Wandering Tattler) Actitis macularius (Spotted Sandpiper) Bartramia longicauda (Upland Sandpiper) Numenius phaeopus (Whimbrel) Numenius americanus (Long-billed Curlew) Numenius borealis (Eskimo Curlew) Limosa haemastica (Hudsonian Godwit) Limosa fedoa (Marbled Godwit) Aphriza virgata (Surfbird) Arenaria interpres (Ruddy Turnstone) Arenaria melanocephala (Black Turnstone) Calidris canutus (Red Knot) Calidris alba (Sanderling) Calidris pusilla (Semipalmated Sandpiper) Calidris mauri (Western Sandpiper) Calidris minutilla (Least Sandpiper) Calidris minuta (Little Stint) Callidris ruficollis (Red-necked Stint) Calidris fuscicollis (White-rumped Sandpiper) Calidris bairdii (Baird's Sandpiper) Calidris melanotos (Pectoral Sandpiper) Calidris acuminata (Sharp-tailed Sandpiper) Calidris alpina (Dunlin) Calidris ferruginea (Curlew Sandpiper) Calidris himantopus (Stilt Sandpiper) Tryngites subruficollis (Buff-breasted Sandpiper) Philomachus pugnax (Ruff) Limnodromus griseus (Short-billed Dowitcher) Limnodromus scolopaceus (Long-billed Dowitcher) Scolopax minor (American Woodcock) Phalaropus (Steganopus) (Wilson's Phalarope) tricolor Phalaropus lobatus (Red-necked Phalarope) Phalaropus fulicaria (Red Phalarope) Stercorarius longicaudus (Long-tailed Jaeger) Stercorarius parasiticus (Parasitic Jaeger) Stercorarius pomarinus (Pomarine Jaeger) Leucophaeus pipixcan (Franklin's Gull) Chroicocephalus philadelphia (Bonaparte's Gull) Larus canus (Mew Gull) Larus delawarensis (Ring-billed Gull) Larus californicus (California Gull) Larus argentatus (Herring Gull) Larus thayeri (Thayer's Gull) Larus glaucoides (Iceland Gull) Larus glaucescens (Glaucous-winged Gull) Larus hyperboreus (Glaucous Gull) Larus schistsagus (Slaty-backed Gull) Larus marinus (Great Black-backed Gull) Larus fuscus (Lesser Black-backed Gull) Hydrocoloeus minutus (Little Gull) Xema sabini (Sabine's Gull) Rissa tridactyla (Black-legged Kittiwake) Sternula antillarum (Least Tern) Hydroprogne caspia (Caspian Tern) Sterna hirundo (Common Tern) Sterna paradisaea (Arctic Tern) Sterna forsteri (Forster's Tern) Chlidonias niger (Black Tern) Cepphus grylle (Black Guillemot) Synthliboramphus antiquus (Ancient Murrelet) Brachyramphus perdix (Long-billed Murrelet) Patagioenas fasciata (Band-tailed Pigeon) Zenaida macroura (Mourning Dove) Zenaida asiatica (White-winged Dove) Streptopelia decaocto (Eurasian Collared-Dove) Coccyzus erythropthalmus (Black-billed Cuckoo) Coccyzus americanus (Yellow-billed Cuckoo) Chordeiles minor (Common Nighthawk) Phalaenoptilus nuttallii (Common Poorwill) Caprimulgus vociferus [Eastern Whip-poor-will (Whip-poor-will)] Cypseloides niger [American Black (Black) Swift] Chaetura vauxi (Vaux's Swift) Aeronautes saxatalis (White-throated Swift) Archilochus alexandri (Black-chinned Hummingbird) Archilochus colubris (Ruby-throated Hummingbird) Calypte anna (Anna's Hummingbird) Calypte costae (Costa's Hummingbird) Stellula calliope (Calliope Hummingbird) Selasphorus rufus (Rufous Hummingbird) Colibri thalassinus (Green Violetear) Megaceryle alcyon (Belted Kingfisher) Melanerpes lewis (Lewis' Woodpecker) Melanerpes formicivorus (Acorn Woodpecker) Melanerpes carolinus (Red-bellied Woodpecker) Melanerpes erythrocephalus (Red-headed Woodpecker) Sphyrapicus nuchalis (Red-naped Sapsucker) Sphyrapicus thyroideus (Williamson's Sapsucker) Sphyrapicus varius (Yellow-bellied Sapsucker) Sphyrapicus ruber (Red-breasted Sapsucker) Picoides pubescens (Downy Woodpecker) Picoides villosus (Hairy Woodpecker) Picoides dorsalis (American Three-toed Woodpecker) Picoides arcticus (Black-backed Woodpecker) Colaptes auratus (Northern Flicker) Dryocopus pileatus (Pileated Woodpecker) Contopus cooperi (Olive-sided Flycatcher) Contopus sordidulus (Western Wood-Pewee) Empidonax flaviventris (Yellow-bellied Flycatcher) Empidonax alnorum (Alder Flycatcher) Empidonax traillii (Willow Flycatcher) Empidonax minimus (Least Flycatcher) Empidonax hammondii (Hammond's Flycatcher) Empidonax oberholseri (Dusky Flycatcher) Empidonax difficilis (Pacific-slope Flycatcher) Empidonax wrightii (Gray Flycatcher) Polioptila caerulea (Blue-gray Gnatcatcher) Sayornis phoebe (Eastern Phoebe) Sayornis saya (Say's Phoebe) Myiarchus crinitus (Great Crested Flycatcher) Tyrannus verticalis (Western Kingbird) Tyrannus tyrannus (Eastern Kingbird) Tyrannus forficatus (Scissor-tailed Flycatcher) Tyrannus savana (Fork-tailed Flycatcher) Eremophila alpestris (Horned Lark) Progne subis (Purple Martin) Tachycineta bicolor (Tree Swallow) Tachycineta thalassina (Violet-green Swallow) Stelgidopteryx serripennis (Northern Rough-winged Swallow) Riparia riparia [Bank Swallow (Sand Martin)] Petrochelidon pyrrhonota (Cliff Swallow) Hirundo rustica (Barn Swallow) Perisoreus canadensis (Gray Jay) Cyanocitta stelleri (Steller's Jay) Cyanocitta cristata (Blue Jay) Nucifraga columbiana (Clark's Nutcracker) Corvus corax (Common Raven) Parus atricapillus (Black-capped Chickadee) Parus gambeli (Mountain Chickadee) Parus hudsonicus (Boreal Chickadee) Parus rufescens (Chestnut-backed Chickadee) Sitta canadensis (Red-breasted Nuthatch) Sitta carolinensis (White-breasted Nuthatch) Sitta pygmaea (Pygmy Nuthatch) Certhia americana [Brown Creeper (American Treecreeper)] Salpinctes obsoletus (Rock Wren) Thryothorus ludoricianus (Carolina Wren) Troglodytes aedon (House Wren) Troglodytes hiemalis (Winter Wren) Troglodytes pacificus (Pacific Wren) Cistothorus platensis (Sedge Wren) Cistothorus palustris (Marsh Wren) Cinclus mexicanus (American Dipper) Regulus satrapa (Golden-crowned Kinglet) Regulus calendula (Ruby-crowned Kinglet) Sialia sialis (Eastern Bluebird) Sialia mexicana (Western Bluebird) Sialia currucoides (Mountain Bluebird) Myadestes townsendi (Townsend's Solitaire) Catharus fuscescens (Veery) Catharus minimus (Gray-cheeked Thrush) Catharus ustulatus (Swainson's Thrush) Catharus guttatus (Hermit Thrush) Turdus migratorius (American Robin) Ixoreus naevius (Varied Thrush) Hylocichla mustelina (Wood Thrush) Oenanthe oenanthe (Northern Wheatear) Dumetella carolinensis (Gray Catbird) Euphagus carolinus (Rusty Blackbird) Mimus polyglottos (Northern Mockingbird) Oreoscoptes montanus (Sage Thrasher) Toxostoma bendirei (Bendire's Thrasher) Toxostoma curvirostre (Curve-billed Thrasher) Toxostoma rufum (Brown Thrasher) Anthus rubescens (American Pipit) Anthus spragueii (Sprague's Pipit) Bombycilla garrulus (Bohemian Waxwing) Bombycilla cedrorum (Cedar Waxwing) Lanius excubitor (Northern Shrike) Lanius ludovicianus (Loggerhead Shrike) Vireo flavifrons (Yellow-throated Vireo) Vireo solitarius (Blue-headed Vireo) Vireo cassinii (Cassin's Vireo) Vireo gilvus (Warbling Vireo) Vireo philadelphicus (Philadelphia Vireo) Vireo olivaceus (Red-eyed Vireo) Oreothlypis peregrina (Tennessee Warbler) Oreothlypis celata (Orange-crowned Warbler) Oreothlypis ruficapilla (Nashville Warbler) Setophaga americana (Northern Parula) Setophaga petechia (Yellow Warbler) Setophaga pensylvanica (Chestnut-sided Warbler) Setophaga magnolia (Magnolia Warbler) Setophaga tigrina (Cape May Warbler) Setophaga caerulescens (Black-throated Blue Warbler) Setophaga coronata (Yellow-rumped Warbler) Setophaga dominica (Yellow-throated Warbler) Setophaga nigrescens (Black-throated Gray Warbler) Setophaga townsendi (Townsend's Warbler) Setophaga virens (Black-throated Green Warbler) Setophaga fusca (Blackburnian Warbler) Setophaga pinus (Pine Warbler) Setophaga palmarum (Palm Warbler) Setophaga castanea (Bay-breasted Warbler) Setophaga striata (Blackpoll Warbler) Protonotaria citrea (Prothonotary Warbler) Mniotilta varia (Black-and-white Warbler) Setophaga ruticilla (American Redstart) Seiurus aurocapilla (Ovenbird) Parkesia noveboracensis (Northern Waterthrush) Oporornis agilis (Connecticut Warbler) Geothlypis formosus (Kentucky Warbler) Geothlypis philadelphia (Mourning Warbler) Geothlypis tolmiei (MacGillivray's Warbler) Geothlypis trichas (Common Yellowthroat) Cardellina pusilla (Wilson's Warbler) Cardellina canadensis (Canada Warbler) Setophaga citrina (Hooded Warbler) Icteria virens (Yellow-breasted Chat) Piranga olivacea (Scarlet Tanager) Piranga ludoviciana (Western Tanager) Piranga rubra (Summer Tanager) Pheucticus ludovicianus (Rose-breasted Grosbeak) Pheucticus melanocephalus (Black-headed Grosbeak) Passerina amoena (Lazuli Bunting) Passerina cyanea (Indigo Bunting) Passerina ciris (Painted Bunting) Spiza americana (Dickcissel) Aimophila cassinii (Cassin's Sparrow) Spizella pusilla (Field Sparrow) Spizella arborea (American Tree Sparrow) Spizella passerina (Chipping Sparrow) Spizella pallida (Clay-colored Sparrow) Spizella breweri (Brewer's Sparrow) Pooecetes gramineus (Vesper Sparrow) Chondestes grammacus (Lark Sparrow) Calamospiza melanocorys (Lark Bunting) Passerculus sandwichensis (Savannah Sparrow) Ammodramus bairdii (Baird's Sparrow) Ammodramus savannarum (Grasshopper Sparrow) Ammodramus leconteii (Le Conte's Sparrow) Ammodramus nelsoni (Nelson's Sparrow) Passerella iliaca (Fox Sparrow) Melospiza melodia (Song Sparrow) Melospiza lincolnii (Lincoln's Sparrow) Melospiza georgiana (Swamp Sparrow) Zonotrichia albicollis (White-throated Sparrow) Zonotrichia atricapilla (Golden-crowned Sparrow) Zonotrichia leucophrys (White-crowned Sparrow) Zonotrichia querula (Harris' Sparrow) Junco hyemalis (Dark-eyed Junco) Rhynchophanes mccownii (McCown's Longspur) Calcarius lapponicus (Lapland Longspur) Calcarius pictus (Smith's Longspur) Calcarius ornatus (Chestnut-collared Longspur) Plectrophenax nivalis (Snow Bunting) Dolichonyx oryzivorus (Bobolink) Sturnella magna (Eastern Meadowlark) Sturnella neglecta (Western Meadowlark) Icterus galbula (Baltimore Oriole) Icterus bullockii (Bullock's Oriole) Cardinalis cardinalis (Northern Cardinal) Pipilo erythropthalmus (Eastern Towhee) Pipilo maculatus (Spotted Towhee) Pipilo chlorurus (Green-tailed Towhee) Leucosticte tephrocotis (Gray-crowned Rosy Finch) Pinicola enucleator (Pine Grosbeak) Carpodacus purpureus (Purple Finch) Carpodacus cassinii (Cassin's Finch) Carpodacus mexicanus (House Finch) Fringilla montifringilla (Brambling) Loxia curvirostra (Red Crossbill) Loxia leucoptera (White-winged Crossbill) Acanthis flammea (Common Redpoll) Acanthis hornemanni (Hoary Redpoll) Spinus pinus (Pine Siskin) Spinus tristis (American Goldfinch) Coccothraustes vespertinus (Evening Grosbeak) Any hybrid offspring resulting from the crossing of 2 non-game animals Part 6 Non-licence Animals Ambystoma tigrinum (Tiger Salamander) Pseudacris maculata (Boreal Chorus Frog) Lithobates sylvaticus (Wood Frog) Sorex cinereus (Cinereus Shrew) Sorex haydeni (Prairie Shrew) Sorex monticolus (Montane Shrew) Sorex palustris (American Water Shrew) Sorex arcticus (Arctic Shrew) Myotis lucifugus (Little Brown Myotis) Eptesicus fuscus (Big Brown Bat) Ochotona princeps (American Pika) Sylvilagus nuttallii [Mountain (Nuttall's) Cottontail] Lepus americanus [Showshoe (Varying) Hare] Lepus townsendii (White-tailed Jackrabbit) Tamias minimus (Least Chipmunk) Marmota monax (Woodchuck) Urocitellus richardsonii (Richardson's Ground Squirrel) Urocitellus columbianus (Columbian Ground Squirrel) Ictidomys tridecemlineatus (Thirteen-lined Ground Squirrel) Poliocitellus franklinii (Franklin's Ground Squirrel) Callospermophilus lateralis (Golden-mantled Ground Squirrel) Sciurus carolinensis (Eastern Gray Squirrel) Thomomys talpoides (Northern Pocket Gopher) Peromyscus maniculatus (North American Deer Mouse) Onychomys leucogaster (Northern Grasshopper Mouse) Neotoma cinerea (Bushy-tailed Woodrat) Myodes gapperi (Southern Red-backed Vole) Phenacomys intermedius (Western Heather Vole) Microtus pennsylvanicus (Meadow Vole) Microtus longicaudus (Long-tailed Vole) Mus musculus (House Mouse) Zapus hudsonius (Meadow Jumping Mouse) Zapus princeps (Western Jumping Mouse) Erethizon dorsatum [Porcupine (North American Porcupine)] Procyon lotor (Northern Raccoon) Mephitis mephitis (Striped Skunk) Columba livia [Rock Dove (Pigeon)] Pica hudsonia (Black-billed Magpie) Corvus brachyrhynchos (American Crow) Sturnus vulgaris (European Starling) Agelaius phoeniceus (Red-winged Blackbird) Xanthocephalus xanthocephalus (Yellow-headed Blackbird) Euphagus cyanocephalus (Brewer's Blackbird) Quiscalus quiscula (Common Grackle) Molothrus ater (Brown-headed Cowbird) Passer domesticus (House Sparrow) Any hybrid offspring resulting from the crossing of 2 non-licence animals Schedule 5 (Section 4(1)(h) of this Regulation) Controlled Animals NOTES: 1 Animals listed in this Schedule, as a general rule, are described in the left hand column by reference to common or descriptive names and in the right hand column by reference to scientific names. But, in the event of any conflict as to the kind of animals that are listed, a scientific name in the right hand column prevails over the corresponding common or descriptive name in the left hand column. 2 Also included in this Schedule is any animal that is the hybrid offspring resulting from the crossing, whether before or after the commencement of this Schedule, of 2 animals at least one of which is or was an animal of a kind that is a controlled animal by virtue of this Schedule. 3 This Schedule excludes all wildlife animals, and therefore if a wildlife animal would, but for this Note, be included in this Schedule, it is hereby excluded from being a controlled animal. Part 1 Mammals (Class Mammalia) 1. AMERICAN OPOSSUMS (Family Didelphidae) Virginia Opossum Didelphis virginiana 2. SHREWS (Family Soricidae) Long-tailed Shrews Genus Sorex Arboreal Brown-toothed Shrew Episoriculus macrurus North American Least Shrew Cryptotis parva Old World Water Shrews Genus Neomys Ussuri White-toothed Shrew Crocidura lasiura Greater White-toothed Shrew Crocidura russula Siberian Shrew Crocidura sibirica Piebald Shrew Diplomesodon pulchellum 3. MOLES (Family Talpidae) Russian Desman Desmana moschata Pyrenean Desman Galemys pyrenaicus Altai (Siberian) Mole Talpa altaica Caucasian Mole Talpa caucasica European Mole Talpa europaea Large Mole Mogera robusta Star-nosed Mole Condylura cristata 4. ALL FLYING LEMURS (Family Cynocephalidae) Flying Lemurs (Colugos) Genus Cynocephalus 5. ALL BATS (Order Chiroptera) 6. ALL LORISES, POTTOS AND GALAGOS (Family Lorisidae) Golden Pottos (Angwantibos) Genus Arctocebus Slender Lorises Genus Loris Slow Lorises Genus Nycticebus Potto Perodicticus potto Needle-clawed Galagos Genus Euoticus Lesser Galagos Genus Galago Greater Galagos Genus Otolemur Allen's Galagos Genus Sciurocheirus Dwarf Galagos Genus Galagoides 7. ALL DWARF AND MOUSE LEMURS (Family Cheirogaleidae) Mouse Lemurs Genus Microcebus Giant Mouse Lemurs Genus Mirza Dwarf Lemurs Genus Cheirogaleus Hairy-eared Dwarf Lemur Allocebus trichotis Fork-marked Lemurs Genus Phaner 8. ALL LEMURS (Family Lemuridae) Lemurs Genus Eulemur Ring-tailed Lemur Lemur catta Gentle and Bamboo Lemurs Genus Hapalemur Greater Bamboo Lemur Prolemur simus Variegated (Ruffed) Lemurs Genus Varecia Brown Lemurs Genus Eulemur 9. ALL SPORTIVE LEMURS (Family Megaladapidae) Sportive Lemurs Genus Lepilemur 10. ALL INDRI, AVAHI AND SIFAKAS (Family Indriidae) Indri Indri indri Avahis Woolly Lemurs Genus Avahi Sifakas Genus Propithecus 11. ALL AYE-AYES (Family Daubentoniidae) ? Aye-aye Genus Daubentonia 12. ALL TARSIERS (Family Tarsiidae) Tarsiers Genus Tarsius 13. ALL MARMOSETS AND TAMARINS (Family Callitrichidae) Long-tusked Tamarins Genus Saguinus Lion Tamarins Genus Leontopithecus Short-tusked Marmosets except the common (White Tufted-ear) Genus Callithrix except marmoset Callithrix jacchus Mico Marmosets Genus Mico Black-crowned Dwarf Marmoset Callibellahumilis Pygmy Marmoset Cebuella pygmaea Goeldi's Monkey Callimico goeldii 14. ALL NEW WORLD MONKEYS (Family Cebidae) Squirrel Monkeys Genus Saimiri Douroucoulis (Night) Monkeys Genus Aotus Titi Monkeys Genus Callicebus Howler Monkeys Genus Alouatta Sakis Genus Pithecia Bearded Sakis Genus Chiropotes Uakaris Genus Cacajao Capuchins (Ring-tail Monkeys) Genus Cebus Woolly Monkeys Genus Lagothrix Yellow-tailed Woolly Monkey Oreonax flavicauda Spider Monkeys Genus Ateles Woolly Spider Monkeys (Muriquis) Genus Brachyteles 15. ALL OLD WORLD MONKEYS (Family Ceropithecidae) Talapoins Genus Miopithecus Guenons Genus Cercopithecus Vervets Genus Chlorocebus Patas Monkey Erythrocebus patas Allen's Swamp Monkey Allenopithecus nigroviridis Crested Mangabeys Genus Lophocebus White-eyelid Mangabeys Genus Cercocebus Highland Mangabey (Kipunji) Rungwecebus kipunji Macaques Genus Macaca Baboons Genus Papio Drills/Mandrills Genus Mandrillus Gelada (Gelada Baboon) Theropithecus galada Langurs and Surilis Genus Presbytis Gray and Crested Langurs Genus Semnopithecus Brow-ridged Langurs Genus Trachypithecus Douc Langurs Genus Pygathrix Snub-nosed Langurs Genus Rhinopithecus Proboscis Monkey Nasalis larvatus Pig-tailed Langur Simias concolor Black and White Colobus Monkeys Genus Colobus Red and Olive Colobus Monkeys Genus Procolobus 16. ALL LESSER APES (Family Hylobatidae) Gibbons Genus Hylobates Hoolocks Genus Hoolock Crested Gibbons Genus Nomascus Siamang Genus Symphalangus 17. ALL GREAT APES (Family Pongidae) Orangutans Genus Pygmaeus Gorillas Genus Gorilla Chimpanzee and Bonobo Genus Pan 18. ARMADILLOS (Family Dasypodidae) Hairy Armadillos (Peludos) Genus Chaetophractus Six-banded (Yellow) Armadillo Euphractus sexcinctus Pichi (Dwarf Armadillo) Zaedyus pichiy Giant Armadillo Priodontes maximus Naked-tailed Armadillos Genus Cabassous Three-banded Armadillos Genus Tolypeutes Long-nosed Armadillos Genus Dasypus Fairy Armadillos Genus Chlamyphorus 19. ALL PIKA-LIKE (Family Ochotonidae) Pikas Genus Ochotona 20. HARES AND RABBITS (Family Leporidae) Pygmy Rabbits Brachylagus idahoensis Cottontails - Desert Cottontail Sylvilagus audubonii - Brush Cottontail Sylvilagus bachmani - Eastern Cottontail Sylvilagus floridanus - New England Cottontail Sylvilagus transitionalis Hares - Arctic Hare Lepus arcticus - European (Brown) Hare Lepus europaeus - Manchurian Hare Lepus mandshuricus - Woolly Hare Lepus oiostolus - Alaskan Hare Lepus othus - Blue (Mountain) Hare Lepus timidus 21. SQUIRREL-LIKE (Family Sciuridae) Chipmunks - Eastern Chipmunk Tamias striatus - Siberian Chipmunk Tamias (Eutamias) sibiricus - Hidden Forest (Uinta) Tamias (Neotamias Chipmunk umbrinus Marmots Genus Marmota Ground Squirrels Genus Spermophilus Long-clawed Ground Squirrel Spermophilopsis dactylus Tropical Ground Squirrels Genus Notocitellus Rock Squirrels Genus Otospermophilus Golden-mantled Ground Squirrels Genus Callospermophilus Lined Ground Squirrels Genus Ictidomys Pygmy Ground Squirrels Genus Xerospermophilus Holarctic Ground Squirrels Genus Urocitellus White-tailed Prairie Dog Cynomys leucurus Tree Squirrels - Eastern Fox Squirrel Sciurus niger - Eurasian Red Squirrel Sciurus vulgaris Flying Squirrels - Siberian Flying Squirrel Pteromys volans - Complex-toothed Flying Squirrel Trogopterus xanthipes 22. BEAVER (Family Castoridae) Eurasian Beaver Castor fiber 23. RAT/MOUSE-LIKE (Family Muridae) Hamsters - Black-bellied (European) Hamster Cricetus cricetus - Ratlike Hamsters Genus Cricetulus Eurasian Mole Rats Genus Spalax, Genus Nannospalax Zokors Genus Myospalax Jirds except the Genus Meriones except common Gerbil Meriones unguiculatus Great Gerbil Rhombomys opimus Red-back Voles Genus Myodes Pere David's and Chinese Voles Genus Eothenomys High Mountain Voles Genus Alticola Martino's (Balkan) Snow Vole Dinaromys bogdanovi Water (Bank) Voles Genus Arvicola Voles Genus Microtus Steppe Lemming Lagurus lagurus True Lemmings Genus Lemmus Wood Lemming Myopus schisticolor Southern Bog Lemming Synaptomys cooperi Collared Lemmings Genus Dicrostonyx Mole Voles (Mole Lemmings) Genus Ellobius Eurasian (Wood) Field Mice Genus Apodemus Eurasian Harvest Mouse Micromys minutus True Rats Genus Rattus 24. DORMICE (Family Gliridae) Hazel Dormouse Muscardinus avellanarius Forest Dormice Genus Dryomys Chinese (Sichuan) Dormouse Chaetocauda sichuanensis Garden Dormouse Eliomys quercinus Masked Mouse-tailed Dormouse Myomimus personatus Desert Dormouse Selevinia betpakdalaensis Birch Mice Genus Sicista Woodland Jumping Mouse Napaeozapus insignis 25. JERBOAS (Family Dipodidae) Rough-legged (Northern Three-toed) Jerboa Dipus sagitta Comb-toed Jerboa Paradipus ctenodactylus Desert Jerboas Genus Jaculus Jerboas Genus Stylodipus Four and Five-toed Jerboas Genus Allactaga Fat-tailed Jerboas Genus Pygeretmus Five-toed Pygmy Jerboa Cardiocranius paradoxus Pygmy Jerboas Genus Salpingotus 26. CAVIES (Family Caviidae) Patagonian "Hare" Dolichotis patagonum Mara Dolichotis salinicola 27. ALL NUTRIA AND COYPU (Family Capromyidae) Nutria Myocastor coypus 28. ALL DOG-LIKE (Family Canidae) Foxes Genus Vulpes Gray Foxes Genus Urocyon Arctic Fox Alopex lagopus South American Foxes Genus Pseudalopex Crab-eating Fox Cerdocyon thous Bat-eared Fox Otocyon megalotis Raccoon Dog Nyctereutes procyonoides Short-eared Dog Atelocynus microtis Bush Dog Speothos venaticus African Wild Dog Lycaon pictus Side-striped Jackal Canis adustus Golden Jackal Canis aureus Black-backed Jackal Canis mesomelas Ethiopian Wolf Canis simensis Red Wolf Canis rufus Maned Wolf Chrysocyon brachyurus Dhole Cuon alpinus 29. ALL BEARS (Family Ursidae) Andean Bear Tremarctos ornatus Polar Bear Ursus maritimus Sun Bear Helarctos malayanus Asiatic Black Bear Ursus thibetanus Sloth Bear Melursus ursinus Giant Panda Ailuropoda melanoleuca 30. ALL RACCOON-LIKE (Family Procyonidae) Ringtails (Cacomistles) Genus Bassariscus Raccoons Genus Procyon Coatis (Coatimundis) Genus Nasua Mountain Coati Nasuella olivacea Kinkajou Potos flavus Olingos Genus Bassaricyon 31. RED PANDA (Family Ailuridae) Red Panda Ailurus fulgens 32. ALL WEASEL-LIKE (Family Mustelidae) Weasels, European Mink, Ferrets and Steppe Polecats except the European or Genus Mustela except Domestic Ferret Mustela furo Patagonian Weasel Lyncodon patagonicus African Striped Weasel Poecilogale albinucha European Marbled Polecat Vormela peregusna Striped Polecats (Zorilla) Genus Ictonyx Grisons Genus Galictis Tayra Eira barbara Martens, Fisher and Sable Genus Martes Honey Badger (Ratel) Mellivora capensis Eurasian and Japanese Badgers Genus Meles Hog Badgers Genus Arctonyx Ferret Badgers Genus Melogale New World River Otters Genus Lontra Eurasian and Hairy-nosed Otters Genus Lutra Spotted-necked Otter Hydrictis maculicollis Giant Otter Pteronura brasiliensis Clawless Otters Genus Aonyx Sea Otter Enhydra lutris 33. SKUNKS AND STINK BADGERS (Family Mephistidae) Stink Badgers Genus Mydaus Spotted Skunks Genus Spilogale Hooded Skunk Mephitis macroura Hog-nosed Skunks Genus Conepatus 34. AFRICAN PALM CIVET (Family Nandiniidae) African Palm Civet Nandinia binotata 35. ALL VIVERRIDS (Family Viverridae) Oriental and Malabar Civets Genus Viverra African Civet Civettictis civetta Small Indian Civet Viverricula indica Small-toothed (Three-striped Palm) Civet Arctogalidia trivirgata Common, Brown and Golden Palm Civets Genus Paradoxurus Masked Palm Civet Paguma larvata Sulawesian Palm Civet Macrogalidia musschenbroeki Binturong Arctictis binturong Banded Palm Civet Hemigalus derbyanus Owston's Palm Civet Chrotogale owstoni Otter Civet Cynogale bennettii Genets Genus Genetta 36. LINSANGS (Family Prionodontidae) Oriental Linsangs Genus Prionodon 37. MONGOOSES (Family Herpestidae) Banded and Gambian Mongooses Genus Mungos Cusimanses Genus Crossarchus Liberian Mongoose Liberiictis kuhni Dwarf Mongooses Genus Helogale Pousargues' Mongoose Dologale dybowskii Black-legged Mongooses Genus Bdeogale Meller's Mongoose Rhynchogale melleri White-tailed Mongoose Ichneumia albicauda Marsh or Water Mongoose Atilax paludinosus Yellow Mongoose Cynictis penicillata Selous's (Gray Meerkat) Paracynictis selousi Suricate (Slender-tailed Meerkat) Suricata suricatta 38. MADAGASCAR CARNIVORES (Family Eupleridae) Ring-tailed Vontsira Galidia elegans Broad-striped and Grandidier's Vontsiras Genus Galidictis Narrow-striped Boky Mungotictis decemlineata Malgasy Brown-tailed Vontsir Salanoia concolor Spotted Fanaloka Fossa fossana Falanouc Eupleres goudotii Fossa Cryptoprocta ferox 39. ALL AARDWOLVES AND HYENAS (Family Hyaenidae) Aardwolf Proteles cristatus Spotted Hyena Crocuta crocuta Striped Hyena Genus Hyaena Brown Hyena Genus Parahyaena 40. ALL CAT-LIKE (Family Felidae) Wildcat, Jungle, Black-footed, Sand, Chinese Desert Cats Genus Felis except except the Domestic Cat Felis catus Andean Mountain, Ocelot, Margay, Oncilla, Colocolo, Kodkod, Geoffroy's Cats Genus Leopardus Serval Leptailurus serval Manul (Pallas' Cat) Octocolobus manul Rusty-spotted, Fishing, Flat-headed and Leopard Cats Genus Prionailurus Bay and Asian Golden Cats Genus catopuma African Golden Cat Profelis aurata Lynxes Genus Lynx Caracal Caracal caracal Marbled Cat Pardofelis marmota Clouded Leopards Genus Neofelis Big Cats (Leopard, Tiger, Jaguar, Lion, Snow Leopard) Genus Panthera Jaguarundis Genus Puma Cheetah Acinonyx jubatus 41. ALL ELEPHANTS (Family Elephantidae) Asiatic Elephant Elephas maximus African Elephant Genus Loxodonta 42. ALL ZEBRAS (Family Equidae) Grevy's Zebra Equus grevyi Mountain Zebra Equus zebra Plains Zebra Equus quagga 43. ALL TAPIRS (Family Tapiridae) Tapirs Genus Tapirus 44. ALL RHINOCEROSES (Family Rhinocerotidae) White (Square-lipped) Rhinoceros Ceratotherium simum Black Rhinoceros Diceros bicornis Sumatran (Asian Two-horned) Rhinoceros Dicerorhinus sumatrensis Javan Rhinoceros Genus Rhinoceros 45. ALL PIGS AND HOGS (Family Suidae) Babirusas Genus Babyrousa Forest Hog Hylochoerus meinertzhageni Warthogs Genus Phacochoerus Bush Pig and Red River Hog Genus Potamochoerus Pygmy Hog Porcula salvania Eurasian Wild Pigs, Warty Pig, Bearded Pig except Domestic Swine Genus Sus except Sus scrofa 46. ALL PECCARIES (Family Tayassuidae) Chacoan Peccary Catagonus wagneri Collared Peccary Pecari tajacu White-lipped Peccary Tayassu pecari Giant Peccary Pecari maximus 47. ALL HIPPOPOTAMUSES (Family Hippopotamidae) Pygmy Hippopotamus Choeropsis liberiensis Hippopotamus Hippopotamus amphibius 48. CHEVROTAINS (Family Tragulidae) White-spotted Chevrotain Moschiola meminna 49. MUSK DEER (Family Moschidae) Musk Deer Genus Moschuss 50. ALL DEER (Family Cervidae) Chinese Water Deer Hydropotes inermis Muntjacs (Barking Deer) Genus Muntiacus Tufted Deer Elaphodus cephalophus Fallow Deer Genus Dama Axis, Hog, Bawean and Calamanian Deer Genus Axis Sikas, Red Deer and Wapitis Genus Cervus * White-lipped Deer Genus Przewalskium South Asian Deer Genus Rucervus Sambar, Rusa and Phillipine Spotted Deer Genus Rusa Mouse Deer Genus Tragulus Barasingha and Brow-antlered Deer Genus Recervus Pere David's Deer Elaphurus davidianus Marsh Deer Blastocerus dichotomus Pampas Deer Ozotoceros bezoarticus Guemals (Huemuls) Genus Hippocamelus Brockets Genus Mazama Pudus Genus Pudu Caribou (Reindeer) Rangifer tarandus Roe Deer Genus Capreolus * excluding present and prospective domestic cervids. 51. ALL GIRAFFES AND OKAPI (Family Giraffidae) Giraffe Giraffa camelopardalis Okapi Okapia johnstoni 52. ANTELOPE/CATTLE/GOATS/ SHEEP-LIKE (Family Bovidae) Anoas and Tamaraw Genus Bubalus African Buffaloes Genus Syncerus Banteng Bos javanicus Gaur (Seladang) Bos gaurus Kouprey Bos sauveli European Bison (Wisent) Bison bonasus Wildebeests (Gnus) Genus Connochaetes Central Asian Gazelles Genus Procapra Tibetan (Chiru) Antelope Pantholops hodgsoni Saigas Genus Saiga Serows Genus Capricornis Gorals Genus Nemorhaedus Chamois Genus Rupicapra Takins Genus Budorcas Himalayan Tahr Hemitragus jemlahicus Arabian Tahr Arabitragus jayakari Nilgiri Tahr Nilgiritragus hylocrius Goats except Domestic Goats Genus Capra except Capra hircus Bharals (Blue Sheep) Genus Pseudois Aoudad (Barbary) Sheep Ammotragus lervia Sheep except Domestic Sheep Genus Ovis except Ovis aries Part 2 Birds (Class Aves) 1. DUCKS, GEESE AND SWANS (Family Anatidae) Limited to birds that are not readily distinguishable by size, shape or colour from those protected by the Migratory Birds Convention Act (Canada). 2. HAWKS AND EAGLES (Family Accipitridae) European Honey Buzzard Pernis apivorus Black Kite Milvus migrans Red Kite Milvus milvus Harris' Hawk Parabuteo unicinctus Pallas' Fish Eagle Haliaeetus leucoryphus White-tailed Eagle Haliaeetus albicilla Steller's Sea Eagle Haliaeetus pelagicus Short-toed (Snake) Eagle Circaetus gallicus Harriers Genus Circus Eurasian Sparrowhawk Accipiter nisus Levant Sparrowhawk Accipiter brevipes Eurasian (Common) Buzzard Buteo buteo Long-legged Buzzard Buteo rufinus Upland Buzzard Buteo hemilasius Tawny (Steppe) Eagle Aquila rapax Greater Spotted Eagle Aquila clanga Lesser Spotted Eagle Aquila pomarina Eastern Imperial Eagle Aquila heliaca 3. FALCONS AND CARACARAS (Family Falconidae) Lesser Kestrel Falco naumanni Common Kestrel Falco tinnunculus Red-footed Falcon Falco vespertinus Eurasian Hobby Falco subbuteo Laggar Falcon Falco jugger Saker Falcon Falco cherrug 4. PHEASANTS AND GROUSE (Family Phasianidae) Hazel Grouse Tetrastes bonasia Chinese Grouse Tetrastes sewerzowi Sharp-winged (Siberian Spruce) Grouse Falcipennis falcipennis Caucasian Black Grouse Lyrurus mlokosiewiczi Black Grouse Lyrurus tetrix Black-billed Capercaillie Tetrao parvirostris Western Capercaillie Tetrao urogallus Lesser Prairie Chicken Tympanuchus pallidicinctus Snowcocks Genus Tetraogallus 5. OWLS (Family Strigidae) Eurasian Scops Owl Otus scops Eurasian Eagle Owl Bubo bubo Blakiston's Fish Owl Bubo blakistoni Eurasian Pygmy Owl Glaucidium passerinum Hume's (Tawny) Owl Strix butleri Eurasian Tawny Owl Strix aluco Ural Owl Strix uralensis 6. Any other species of bird that is protected by the Migratory Birds Convention Act (Canada). Part 3 Reptiles (Class Reptilia) 1. SNAPPING TURTLES (Family Chelydridae) Snapping Turtle Genus Chelydra Alligator Snapping Turtle Macroclemys temmincki 2. FRESHWATER TURTLES (Family Emydidae) Blanding's Turtle Emydoidea (Emys) blandingii European Pond Turtle Emys orbicularis Map Turtles Genus Graptemys 3. MUD TURTLES (Family Kinosternidae) Mud Turtles Genus Kinosternon 4. SOFT-SHELLED TURTLES (Family Trionychidae) Soft-shelled Turtles Genus Amyda Genus Aspideretes Genus Chitra Genus Pelochelys Genus Rafetus 5. ALL ALLIGATORS AND CAIMANS (Family Alligatoridae) Alligators Genus Alligator Spectacled Caimans Genus Caiman Black Caiman Melanosuchus niger Smooth-fronted and Dwarf Caimans Genus Paleosuchus 6. ALL CROCODILES (Family Crocodylidae) Crocodiles Genus Crocodylus Dwarf Crocodile Osteolaemus tetraspis Tomistoma (False Gavial) Tomistoma schlegeli 7. ALL GAVIALS (Family Gavialidae) Gavial or Gharial Gavialis gangeticus 8. ALL BEADED LIZARDS (Family Helodermatidae) Gila Monster Heloderma suspectum Mexican Beaded Lizard Heloderma horridum 9. LIZARDS (Family Lacertidae) Viviparous Lizard Zootoca vivipara 10. MONITORS (Family Varanidae) Bengal Monitor Varanus bengalensis Perentie Monitor Varanus giganteus Komodo Dragon Varanus komodoensis Nile Monitor Varanus niloticus Crocodile (Salvadori's) Monitor Varanus salvadorii Water Monitor Varanus salvator Lace Monitor Varanus varius 11. LARGE SNAKES (Family Boidae) Anacondas Genus Eunectes 12. PYTHONS (Family Pythonidae) Amethystine Python Morelia amethystina Burmese/Indian Rock Pythons Python molurus Oenpelli Python Morelia oenpelliensis Reticulated Python Python reticulatus African Rock Python Python sebae 13. TYPICAL SNAKES (Family Colubridae) Subfamily Aparallactinae Ground Vipers Genus Amblyodipsas Genus Aparallactus Genus Atractaspis Genus Calamelaps Two-headed Snakes Genus Chilorhinophis Genus Micrelaps Harlequin Snakes Genus Homorelaps Natal Black Snake Macrelaps microlepidotus Snake Eaters Genus Polemon Subfamily Boiginae Rear-fanged Snakes Genus Amphlorhinus Blackhead (Burrowing) Snakes Genus Apostolepis Cat-eyed Snakes Genus Boiga Tree Snakes Genus Chamaetortus Mussuranas Genus Clelia Black-striped Snakes Genus Coniophanes African Tree Snakes Genus Dipsadoboa Boomslangs Genus Dispholidus False Coral Snakes Genus Erythrolamprus Malagasy Snakes Genus Geodipsas Bark Snakes Genus Hemirhagerrhis Night Snakes Genus Hypsiglena Vine Snakes Genus Imantodes Genus Ithycyphus Madagascar Leaf-nosed Snakes Genus Langaha Cat-eyed Snakes Genus Leptodeira Genus Lycodryas Montpellier and Moila Snakes Genus Malpolon Genus Manalepis Genus Mimophis Genus Opisthoplus Neotropical Vine Snakes Genus Oxbelis Genus Oxyrhopus Genus Parapostelepis Genus Phimophis Mock Viper Genus Psammodynates Genus Psammophis Skaapstenkers Genus Psammophylax Checkerbelly Genus Siplophis Old World Catsnakes Genus Telescopus Twig (Bird) Snakes Genus Thelotornis Genus Tomodon Genus Tripanurgos Subfamily Colubrinae Eastern Racer Coluber constrictor Sharp-tailed Snake Contia tenuis Smooth Snakes Genus Coronella Pere David's Rat Snake Elaphe davidi Steppe Rat Snake Elaphe dione Hodgson's Rat Snake Elaphe hodgsoni Black (Western) Rat Snake Pantherophis obsoletus obsoletus Red-backed (Chinese Garter) Snake Elaphe rufodorsata Russian (Amur) Rat Snake Elaphe schrencki Fox Snake Elaphe vulpina Eastern Hognose Snakes Heterodon platyrhinos Southern Hognose Snake Heterodon simus Parrot Snakes Genus Leptophis Eastern Milk Snake Lampropeltis triangulum triangulum Pale Milk Snake Lampropeltis multistrata Smooth Green Snake Opheodrys vernalis Royal and Diadem Snakes Genus Spalerosophis Tropical Rat (Chicken) Snakes Genus Spilotes Subfamily Homalopsinae Keel-bellied Water Snakes Bitia hyroides Dog-faced Water Snakes Genus Cerberus Rainbow Water Snakes Genus Enhydris Tentacled Water Snake Erpeton tentaculatum Crab-eating Water Snakes Genus Fordonia Masked Water Snakes Genus Homalopsis Richardson's Mangrove Snake Myron richardsonii Subfamily Lycodontinae Wolf Snakes Genus Dinodon Genus Lycophidion Subfamily Natricinae Water Snakes Genus Amastridium Genus Amphiesma Ringnecked Snakes Genus Diadophis Rat Snakes Genus Gonyosoma South American Water Snakes Genus Helicops Keelbacks and Water Snakes Genus Macropisthodon Genus Rhabdophis Genus Xenocrophis Dice Snake Natrix tesselata Bamboo Snakes Genus Pseudoxenodon Fanged Water Snakes Genus Ptychophis Butler's Garter Snake Thamnophis butleri Eastern Ribbon Snakes Thamnophis sauritus Subfamily Xenodontinae Odd-toothed Snakes Genus Ialtris Genus Paroxyrhopus Genus Platynion Hispanolian Snakes Genus Uromacer Genus Xenodon 14. ALL COBRAS AND ALLIES (Family Elapidae) Death Adders Genus Acanthophis Shield-nosed Snakes Genus Aspidelaps Collared Adders Genus Aspidomorphus Australian Copperheads Genus Austrelaps Water Cobras Genus Boulengerina Kraits Genus Bungarus Australian Crowned Snakes Genus Cacophis Oriental Coral Snakes Genus Calliophis Small-eyed Snakes Genus Cryptophis Australian Whip Snakes Genus Demansia Mambas Genus Dendroaspis Mud Adders Genus Denisonia Crowned Snakes Genus Drysdalia Bardick's Snakes Genus Echiopsis Little Brown Snakes Genus Elapognathus Venomous Garter Snakes Genus Elapsoidea Australian Naped Snakes Genus Furina Rinkhal Hemachatus calligster Australian Swamp Snakes Genus Hemiaspis Broad-headed Tree Snakes Genus Hoplocephalus Slender Coral Snakes Genus Leptomicrurus Solomon's Small-eyed Snake Loveridgelaps elapoides Long-glanded (Malaysian) Coral Snakes Genus Maticora Western Coral Snakes Micruroides euryxanthus Coral Snakes Genus Micrurus Cobras Genus Naja Australian Black-naped and Black-striped Snakes Genus Neelaps Mainland Tiger Snake Notechis scutatus Fiji Cobra Ogmodon vitianis King Cobra Ophiophagus hannah Taipan Genus Oxyuranus Fierce Snakes Genus Parademansia Burrowing Cobras Genus Paranaja Hediger's Coral Snakes Parapistocalamus hedigeri Australian Black Snakes Genus Pseudechis Tree Cobras Genus Pseudohaje Australian Brown Snakes Genus Pseudonaja Snouted Snakes Genus Rhinoplocephalus Solomon's Coral Snake Salomonelaps par Australian Coral Snakes Genus Simoselaps Little Snakes Genus Suta Venomous Island Snakes Genus Toxicocalamus Rough-scaled Snakes Genus Tropidechis Australian and New Guinea Whip Snakes Genus Unechis Bandy-bandies Genus Vermicella Desert Cobras Genus Walterinnesia 15. ALL SEA SNAKES (Family Hydrophiidae) Subfamily Hydrophiinae Spiny-headed Sea Snake Acalyptophis peronii Indo-Pacific Sea Snakes Genus Aipysurus Sea Snakes Genus Disteira Egg-eating and Turtlehead Sea Snakes Genus Emydocephalus Genus Hydrophis Genus Lapemis Beaked Sea Snakes Genus Enhydrina North West Mangrove Sea Snake Ephalophsis greyae Darwin's Sea Snake Hydrelaps darwiniensis Jerdon's Sea Snake Kerilia jerdoni Bighead Sea Snake Kolpophis annandalei Arafura Smooth Sea Snake Parahydrophis mertoni Pelagic Sea Snake Pelamis platura Anomalous Sea Snake Thalassophis anomalus Subfamily Laticaudinae Sea Kraits Genus Laticauda 16. ALL VIPERS AND ADDERS (Family Viperidae) Subfamily Azemiopinae Fea's Viper Azemiops feae Subfamily Viperinae Vipers/Adders Genus Adenorhinos Bush Vipers Genus Atheris African Adders Genus Bitis Desert Horned Vipers Genus Cerastes Russell's Viper Daboia russelii Saw-scaled Vipers Genus Echis McMahon's Desert Viper Eristicophis macmahoni False Horned Vipers Genus Pseudocerastes True Vipers Genus Vipera Subfamily Causinae Night Adders Genus Causus 17. ALL PIT VIPERS (Family Crotalidae) Copperheads/Moccasins/Cantils /Cottonmouths Genus Agkistrodon American Lanceheads Genus Bothrops Malayan Pit Viper Calloselasma rhodostoma Rattlesnakes Genus Crotalus Sharp-nosed (Hundred-pace) Viper Deinagkistrodon acutus Mamushi and Central Asian Vipers Genus Gloydius Hump-nosed Vipers Genus Hypnale Bushmasters Genus Lachesis Pygmy Rattlesnakes Genus Sistrurus Asian Lance-headed (Bamboo) Vipers Genus Trimeresurus Wagler's Vipers Genus Tropidolaemus Part 4 Amphibians (Class Amphibia) 1. MOLE SALAMANDERS (Family Ambystomatidae) Northwest Salamander Ambystoma gracile Blue-spotted Salamander Ambystoma laterale Spotted Salamander Ambystoma maculatum Marbled Salamander Ambystoma opacum Smallmouth Salamander Ambystoma texanum Giant Salamanders Genus Dicamptodon 2. LUNGLESS SALAMANDERS (Family Plethodontidae) Eastern Red-backed Salamander Plethodon cinereus Northern Slimy Salamander Plethodon glutinosus Western Red-backed Salamander Plethodon vehiculum Red Salamander Pseudotriton ruber 3. WATERDOGS (Family Proteidae) Northern (Common) Mudpuppy Necturus maculosus 4. NEWTS (Family Salamandridae) Red-spotted (Eastern) Newt Notopthalmus viridescens European Fire Salamander Salamandra salamandra Roughskinned Newt Taricha granulosa Alpine Newt Icthyosaurus alpestris Northern Crested Newt Triturus cristatus Palmate Newt Lissotriton helveticus Common Smooth Newt Lissotriton vulgaris 5. TRUE TOADS (Family Bufonidae) American Toad Anaxyrus americanus Colorado River Toad Incilius alvarius Marine (Cane) Toad Rhinella marinas Woodhouse's Toad Anaxyrus woodhousei 6. ALL POISON ARROW FROGS (Family Dendrobatidae and Family Aromobatidae) 7. TREE FROGS (Family Hylidae) Northern Cricket Frog Acris crepitans Cope's Grey Tree Frog Hyla chrysoscelis Spring Peeper Pseudacris crucifer Pacific Tree Frog Pseudacris regilla 8. TRUE FROGS (Family Ranidae) Red-legged Frog Rana aurora American Bullfrog Lithobates catesbeiana Green Frog Lithobates clamitans Agile Frog Rana dalmatina Pickerel Frog Lithobates palustris Mink Frog Lithobates septentrionalis Eurasian Common Frog Rana temporaria -------------------------------- Alberta Regulation 147/2013 Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped Act APPLICATIONS AND APPEALS (MINISTERIAL) AMENDMENT REGULATION Filed: July 29, 2013 For information only: Made by the Minister of Human Services (M.O. 2013-030) on July 26, 2013 pursuant to section 12(2) of the Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped Act. 1 The Applications and Appeals (Ministerial) Regulation (AR 89/2007) is amended by this Regulation. 2 Section 3 is renumbered as section 3(1) and the following is added after subsection (1): (2) A member of an appeal panel may be reappointed, but may not serve as a member for more than 12 consecutive years. (3) Notwithstanding subsection (2), where an appeal panel member's appointment expires, the member continues to hold office until (a) the member is reappointed, (b) a successor is appointed, or (c) a period of 3 months has elapsed, whichever occurs first. -------------------------------- Alberta Regulation 148/2013 Wildlife Act WILDLIFE (2013 HUNTING SEASON NO. 2 - MINISTERIAL) AMENDMENT REGULATION Filed: July 29, 2013 For information only: Made by the Minister of Environment and Sustainable Resource Development (M.O. 35/2013) on July 24, 2013 pursuant to sections 23 and 103(1) of the Wildlife Act. 1 The Wildlife Regulation (AR 143/97) is amended by this Regulation. 2 Schedule 15 is amended in Table 2 in the row for Season Group #G57 in the column under the headings "Mule Deer" and "Antlered", by striking out "S1-N30" and substituting "S1-N301".