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Alberta Regulation 203/2014
Wildlife Act
WILDLIFE (DOMESTIC CERVID CHANGES, 2014)  
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: November 19, 2014
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 429/2014) 
on November 13, 2014 and approved by the Minister of Environment and Sustainable 
Resource Development on November 17, 2014 pursuant to sections 12 and 103 of the 
Wildlife Act, and sections 1 and 2 of the Wildlife Regulation (AR 143/97).
1   The Wildlife Regulation (AR 143/97) is amended by this 
Regulation.

2   Section 3 is amended by adding the following after 
clause (o):
	(o.1)	"domestic cervid" has the meaning assigned to it in the 
Domestic Cervid Industry Regulation;
	(o.2)	"domestic cervid farm licence" means a licence within the 
meaning of the Livestock Industry Diversification Act to 
which the Domestic Cervid Industry Regulation relates;

3   Section 4(2) is repealed.

4   Section 24(2) is amended by striking out "section 46(a)" 
and substituting "section 46(a)(i), (iii), (iv), (v) or (vi)".

5   Section 46(a)(ii) is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
	(ii)	a domestic cervid farm licence,

6   Section 93 is repealed.

7   Section 130(1) is amended by striking out ", a research 
permit or a domestic cervid farm licence" and substituting "or a 
research permit".

8   The following is added after section 141.1:
Part 5.1 
Enforcement
Interpretation - s80 of the Act
141.2   For the avoidance of doubt, a stray is a privately owned 
animal for the purposes of section 80 of the Act.
Domestic cervids - onus of proof
141.3  Where a wildlife officer or a wildlife guardian purports to 
exercise a power or perform a duty under Part 6 of the Act and a 
person affected by that power or duty claims that an animal to which 
the power or duty relates is a domestic cervid, the onus of proving 
the accuracy of that claim is on the person making the claim.

9   Section 150 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Retention of antler importation documentation
150   A person who has imported antlers or antler product referred 
to in the section 25 exemption shall retain the documentation 
referred to in the section 25(2)(a)(ii) exemption until one year 
following the date when antlers or the antler product are sold or 
otherwise disposed of. 

10   The heading "Repeals" preceding section 152 and 
section 152 are repealed.

11   The heading preceding section 154 and section 154 are 
repealed.

12   Schedule 1 is amended
	(a)	in section 12(1) by striking out "(2.2)," and 
substituting "(2.2) or";
	(b)	by repealing section 25 and substituting the 
following:
Antlers and antler product - s62(1) and (2)
25(1)  In this section, "antler product" means the product 
resulting from the reduction, through cutting, grinding, slicing or 
mixing in solution, of the antlers of a wildlife animal that was 
lawfully possessed live in a jurisdiction outside Alberta.
(2)  Antler product is exempt from the application of section 
62(1) and (2) of the Act if
	(a)	the antler product or the antler from which the antler 
product was produced
	(i)	was lawfully exported from the jurisdiction 
referred to in subsection (1), and
	(ii)	was imported accompanied by written 
documentation that identified or provided the 
location where the live wildlife that was the source 
of the antler product or the antlers, as the case may 
be, had been kept in captivity, the legal authority 
under which the wildlife had been kept in 
captivity, the date of the transportation to Alberta, 
a description of the shipment, its destination and 
the person who transported it there,
	(b)	all requirements of the Food and Drugs Act (Canada), 
where applicable, have been met,
	(c)	the antler product has been securely packaged and 
neither it nor its packaging has been tampered with or 
opened in any manner, and
	(d)	that packaging is labelled with information that 
sufficiently and accurately identifies the contents of the 
package and from whom those contents or the package 
containing the contents originated.
(3)  Section 62(1) and (2) of the Act do not apply to transactions 
in respect of antler product or the antlers referred to in subsection 
(2)(a) between persons who have domestic cervid farm licences.

13   Item 50 in Part 1 of Schedule 5 is amended by striking 
out both the asterisk appearing after "Genus Cervus" and the 
related footnote "*excluding present and prospective domestic 
cervids."

14   Item 11 in Part 3 of Schedule 8 is repealed.



Alberta Regulation 204/2014
Public Health Act
PUBLIC SWIMMING POOLS REGULATION
Filed: November 24, 2014
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Health (M.O. 48/2014) on November 
20, 2014 pursuant to section 66(2)(j) of the Public Health Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	Pool standards
	3	Application
	4	Responsibilities
	5	Owner's agent
	6	Pool operator
	7	Permits
	8	Operating, alterations approvals
	9	Suspension, cancellation 
	10	Water quality
	11	Pool maintenance
	12	Filtration, circulation, disinfection standards
	13	Disinfection
	14	Chlorine, pH and other chemical parameters
	15	Automated pH, chlorine equipment
	16	Water spray park
	17	Testing, monitoring and recordkeeping
	18	Microbiological requirements
	19	Microbiological sampling
	20	Water clarity


	21	Maximum bather load
	22	Nuisance strategy
	23	Anti-entrapment devices
	24	Written policies and plans
	25	Restrictions on use of pool
	26	Rental mobile whirlpools
	27	Consequential amendment
	28	Repeal
	29	Expiry
	30	Coming into force
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"bed and breakfast" means a bed and breakfast as defined in 
the Food Regulation (AR 31/2006);
	(b)	"executive officer" means an executive officer as defined in 
the Act;
	(c)	"natural pool" means an artificially created ecosystem that 
reproduces the conditions of a natural body of water where 
water is purified by biological and physical treatment;
	(d)	"owner" means the owner of a pool;
	(e)	"owner's agent" means the person designated under section 5 
as an owner's agent;
	(f)	"patron" means an individual who enters the public 
swimming pool premises and might or might not enter or use 
the public swimming pool;
	(g)	"pool" means a public swimming pool and the public 
swimming pool's premises;
	(h)	"pool operator" means an individual who operates and 
maintains a pool on a day-to-day basis and meets the 
qualifications set out in the Pool Standards in order to do so;
	(i)	"Pool Standards" means the Pool Standards, July 2014 
declared in force by section 2;
	(j)	"public swimming pool" means a structure that contains  
water that is used for recreational, therapeutic or other similar 
purposes and includes a swimming pool, wading pool, water 
spray park, whirlpool and any fountain or other artificially 
created pool of water;
	(k)	"public swimming pool premises" means the buildings and 
equipment used in connection with a public swimming pool;
	(l)	"suction outlet" means a fitting or fitting assembly and 
related components, including a cover or grate and sump, that 
provide a localized low pressure area for the transfer of water 
from a public swimming pool;
	(m)	"swimming pool" means a structure containing water that is 
deeper than 60 centimetres at its deepest point;
	(n)	"wading pool" means a structure containing water the depth 
of which is 60 centimetres or less throughout the structure;
	(o)	"water spray park" means a structure on which water is 
sprayed or released but does not accumulate;
	(p)	"whirlpool" means a structure containing water at a 
temperature above 30øC and that
	(i)	is not drained, cleaned and refilled before use by each 
individual, and 
	(ii)	utilizes hydro-jet circulation or air induction bubbles, or 
both.
Pool standards
2   The Pool Standards, July 2014 published by the Department, as 
amended from time to time, are declared in force and form part of this 
Regulation.
Application
3(1)  This Regulation applies to all pools.
(2)  This Regulation does not apply to
	(a)	a structure containing water constructed for the sole use by 
owners of a single family dwelling and their families and 
guests, 
	(b)	a natural pool, or
	(c)	a pool of water that is drained, cleaned and filled after each 
use by each individual.
Responsibilities
4(1)  The owner, or the owner's agent, if any, and the pool operator 
must ensure that the pool is equipped, operated and maintained in 
compliance with 
	(a)	this Regulation,
	(b)	the written policies and plans referred to in section 24,
	(c)	the permit issued in respect of the pool, and
	(d)	the approvals, if any.
(2)  Subject to section 5(2), the owner and the owner's agent, if any, 
must
	(a)	reside in Alberta,
	(b)	have care and control of the operation of the pool, and
	(c)	be readily available
	(i)	for contact by the regional health authority, and
	(ii)	to accept service, under the Act, of orders, notices and 
other documents.
(3)  An owner or the owner's agent, if any, must ensure the pool is 
operated and maintained by a pool operator.
Owner's agent
5(1)  An owner may designate an agent to act on behalf of the owner 
and may delegate any powers, duties and responsibilities of the owner 
to that agent.
(2)  If an owner does not reside in Alberta, the owner must designate 
an agent who resides in Alberta to act on behalf of the owner, and that 
agent has the responsibilities set out in section 4(1) and (3).
(3)  If an owner designates an agent to act on the owner's behalf under 
this Regulation, the owner is not relieved from liability for any action 
performed or failed to be performed by the designated agent.
Pool operator
6   An executive officer may
	(a)	require a pool operator to obtain additional training in 
accordance with the Pool Standards,
	(b)	authorize an owner or the owner's agent, if any, to employ, 
contract with or otherwise engage the services of an 
individual to operate and maintain a pool in accordance with 
the Pool Standards if that individual will be qualified as a 
pool operator under the Pool Standards within 90 days of 
commencing employment, the contract or the engagement of 
services, or
	(c)	authorize an owner or the owner's agent, if any, to engage 
the services of a pool operator who is off-site.
Permits
7(1)  No person shall operate a pool without a permit issued in 
accordance with this section.
(2)  An application for a permit must be made to the regional health 
authority where the pool is located, in the form required by the 
regional health authority.
(3)  An application for a permit must be in writing and must include 
the following:
	(a)	a site plan;
	(b)	a floor plan;
	(c)	a structural plan;
	(d)	a mechanical plan;
	(e)	a description of the method of waste water disposal;
	(f)	a diagram showing the location and dimensions of the diving, 
swimming and deck areas, if any;
	(g)	the volume of each public swimming pool;
	(h)	the maximum design bather load at any given time;
	(i)	a description of the type of disinfectant, delivery system, 
chlorinator capacity, automatic monitoring and feeding 
equipment;
	(j)	detailed drawings of the water circulation system, filtration 
equipment, disinfection equipment and all related equipment;
	(k)	a description of
	(i)	the filter area, type and rate,
	(ii)	the filtration gauges for measuring pressure change,
	(iii)	the turnover rate,
	(iv)	the rate of flow indicators,
	(v)	temperature indicators to be installed on the inlet and 
outlet of all heating equipment,
	(vi)	the number of inlets,
	(vii)	the number of skimmers or gutter drains,
	(viii)	the pool finishes and colour of basin,
	(ix)	the make up water source,
	(x)	the type of backflow prevention used on the make up 
water source,
	(xi)	the main drains,
	(xii)	the anti-entrapment devices, including information 
about the certification of submerged suction outlets, and
	(xiii)	the water testing equipment;
	(l)	if the application relates to construction of a new pool, a copy 
of the design plans for the pool for which all aspects of the 
operation and construction have been reviewed and stamped 
by a professional engineer or architect and for which a permit 
has been issued under the Safety Codes Act if a permit is 
required by that Act;
	(m)	the name of the owner;
	(n)	the name of the owner's agent, if any;
	(o)	the name of the pool operator;
	(p)	any other information required at any time by the regional 
health authority.
(4)  On receipt of a complete application, the regional health authority, 
if it is satisfied that the requirements of this Regulation are met, must 
issue a permit.
(5)  A regional health authority may impose conditions on a permit that 
it issues.
(6)  A permit remains the property of the regional health authority that 
issued it.
(7)  A permit is not transferable.
(8)  The owner or the owner's agent, if any, must ensure that the 
permit is displayed in a conspicuous place where it may be easily seen 
by patrons.  
(9)  The owner must forthwith notify the regional health authority in 
writing if there is any change to who owns or operates the pool or to 
who is the owner's agent for the pool. 
(10)  On the coming into force of this Regulation, a permit in good 
standing under the Swimming Pool, Wading Pool and Water Spray 
Park Regulation (AR 293/2006) is deemed to be a permit issued under 
this section.
Operating, alterations approvals
8(1)  The owner or the owner's agent, if any, must apply to the 
regional health authority for a written approval
	(a)	before making a change in pool operating procedures, or
	(b)	before making renovations or alterations to the pool that 
affect the hydraulic system, disinfection or filtration system, 
or the integrity of the basin.
(2)  For the purposes of considering an application under subsection 
(1), the regional health authority may require the owner or the owner's 
agent, if any, to provide an engineer's report.
(3)  A regional health authority may impose conditions on an approval 
that it grants under this section.
(4)  Despite subsection (1), the owner or the owner's agent, if any, 
does not need an approval to perform routine maintenance on the pool.
Suspension, cancellation
9(1)  A regional health authority may suspend or cancel a permit or an 
approval granted under this Regulation if a provision of the Act, the 
regulations, an order under section 62 of the Act, a permit or an 
approval is contravened. 
(2)  If a permit or approval is suspended or cancelled, the owner or an 
owner's agent, if any, must forthwith return the permit or approval to 
the regional health authority on request.
Water quality
10   A pool must be operated and maintained by the owner or the 
owner's agent, if any, or the pool operator so that the water it contains 
is microbiologically, chemically and physically safe for use.
Pool maintenance
11   In accordance with the Pool Standards, a pool
	(a)	must be maintained so that
	(i)	all the floors and decks that are wet traffic areas used by 
patrons with bare feet are impervious to moisture, easily 
cleaned and easily maintained,
	(ii)	all the surfaces in the public swimming pool premises 
with which patrons come into contact are maintained in 
a clean and sanitary condition, and
	(iii)	the basins and liners are structurally sound and 
maintained in good repair,
	(b)	must be maintained in a state of repair that provides for the 
safe and sanitary operation of the pool, and
	(c)	must be operated so that all the activities are conducted so as 
to minimize contamination of the public swimming pool 
water and provide for safety of the patrons.
Filtration, circulation, disinfection standards
12(1)  A public swimming pool must have filtration and circulation 
systems and disinfection equipment that are
	(a)	in place and operated in accordance with the pool's design 
plans, and
	(b)	serviced and maintained to provide bacteriologically and 
chemically safe water.
(2)  The filtration and circulation systems must always be in operation 
except
	(a)	during swimming competitions, if an executive officer has 
given approval to shut down the equipment,
	(b)	while being maintained or repaired,
	(c)	during backwashing of the filters, and
	(d)	during fecal response procedures.
(3)  Recirculation must be maintained at an acceptable rate as 
determined in accordance with the Pool Standards.
Disinfection
13(1)  Subject to section 12(2), water in a public swimming pool must 
be continuously disinfected when in use.
(2)  The method of disinfection must provide a free chlorine residual in 
the public swimming pool at the levels set out in the Pool Standards 
when the public swimming pool is in use.
(3)  The free chlorine residual referred to in subsection (2) must be 
achieved using a mechanical feeder that
	(a)	is adjustable,
	(b)	provides a consistent, adequate concentration of disinfectant, 
and
	(c)	utilizes non-stabilized chlorine products.
(4)  The mechanical feeder described in subsection (3) must be 
maintained, operated and calibrated in accordance with the 
manufacturer's requirements.
Chlorine, pH and other chemical parameters
14(1)  The free chlorine residual level, total alkalinity and pH of the 
water in a public swimming pool must be sufficient to maintain the 
water in a bacteriologically safe condition in accordance with the Pool 
Standards.
(2)  The use of non-chlorinated oxidation products in a public 
swimming pool must be in accordance with the Pool Standards.
(3)  No cyanuric acid or products containing cyanuric acid may be 
used or be present in an indoor public swimming pool.
(4)  The cyanuric acid level in an outdoor public swimming pool must 
be maintained in accordance with the Pool Standards.
Automated pH, chlorine equipment
15(1)  A public swimming pool must be equipped with automated 
chemical feeding and monitoring equipment for pH and chlorine.
(2)  The equipment referred to in subsection (1) must be
	(a)	maintained in good working condition, and
	(b)	calibrated and manually tested in accordance with the Pool 
Standards to ensure that it is working properly.
(3)  Despite subsection (1), any public swimming pool operated at a 
bed and breakfast is not required to be equipped with automated 
chemical feeding and monitoring equipment for pH and chlorine.
Water spray park
16(1)  A water spray park that uses non-recirculating water is exempt 
from the requirements of sections 4(3), 12 to 15, 17, 19 and 21.
(2)  Water used in a water spray park must be from a potable source.
Testing, monitoring and recordkeeping
17(1)  An owner, the owner's agent, if any, or the pool operator must 
monitor the quality of water in the public swimming pool routinely and 
keep proper records of testing results and readings.
(2)  Tests and readings for free chlorine, combined chlorine and pH 
must be conducted in accordance with the Pool Standards during the 
normal operating hours of a public swimming pool as often as is 
necessary to enable the owner, the owner's agent, if any, or the pool 
operator to demonstrate water quality.
(3)  An executive officer may order the owner, the owner's agent, if 
any, or the pool operator to conduct any tests for purposes of ensuring 
water quality.
Microbiological requirements
18   The microbiological quality of water in a public swimming pool 
must be maintained in accordance with the Pool Standards.
Microbiological sampling
19(1)  A sample of the water in a public swimming pool must be taken 
and submitted to the Provincial Laboratory of Public Health for 
microbiological testing in accordance with the Pool Standards
	(a)	every week, or
	(b)	at the intervals set out in a schedule established by the Chief 
Medical Officer or by an executive officer with the approval 
of the Chief Medical Officer.
(2)  If microbiological testing indicates that the requirements of this 
Regulation or the Pool Standards are not met, the owner, the owner's 
agent, if any, or the pool operator must immediately take steps to 
ensure that the requirements are met.
Water clarity
20(1)  Water in a public swimming pool, other than in a water spray 
park, must be sufficiently clear so that 
	(a)	the patterns of lines on the bottom of the public swimming 
pool floor are clearly visible at all times, or
	(b)	a contrasting disc 150 millimetres in diameter on a white 
background located on the bottom of the public swimming 
pool at its deepest point is clearly visible from any point on 
the deck 9 metres away from the disc.
(2)  If a public swimming pool is open for use and the clarity of water 
in the public swimming pool decreases to a level where the visibility 
requirements of subsection (1) are not met, the owner, the owner's 
agent, if any, or the pool operator must direct all patrons to leave the 
public swimming pool until the clarity of water meets the requirements 
of subsection (1).
(3)  Where the clarity of water in a public swimming pool does not 
meet the requirements of subsection (1), an executive officer may 
require monitoring of turbidity in accordance with the Pool Standards.
Maximum bather load
21(1)  The maximum design bather load, as calculated by the designer 
of the public swimming pool, must not be exceeded during the 
operation of the public swimming pool.
(2)  Where the maximum design bather load for a public swimming 
pool is not known, a maximum bather load may be calculated and 
applied by an executive officer in accordance with the Pool Standards.
Nuisance strategy
22   If a nuisance is present in a public swimming pool, the owner, 
owner's agent, if any, or the pool operator must direct all patrons to 
leave the public swimming pool until the nuisance is removed.
Anti-entrapment devices
23(1)  A public swimming pool, other than a water spray park, must 
be equipped with anti-entrapment devices that meet the requirements 
set out in the Pool Standards to prevent the entrapment of patrons on 
suction outlets.
(2)  For the purposes of assessing the effectiveness of an 
anti-entrapment device referred to in subsection (1), the regional health 
authority may require the owner or the owner's agent, if any, to 
provide an engineer's report.
Written policies and plans
24(1)  The owner or the owner's agent, if any, must develop and 
maintain written policies and implement plans for those policies in 
accordance with the Pool Standards respecting 
	(a)	safety and supervision of all patrons,
	(b)	education of all patrons regarding use of the pool, including 
posting of rules regarding use of the pool,
	(c)	response to water quality issues, including fecal 
contamination,
	(d)	general sanitation, and
	(e)	any other matters required by an executive officer.
(2)  The written policies and plans referred to in subsection (1) must be 
reviewed with the staff of the pool and be accessible at all times to the 
staff and to an executive officer.
(3)  The owner or the owner's agent, if any, or the pool operator must 
ensure that the pool is operated in accordance with the written policies 
and plans referred to in subsection (1).
Restrictions on use of pool
25   No individual shall
	(a)	use a public swimming pool if the individual has been 
instructed not to do so by a regional health authority or a 
physician,
	(b)	urinate or defecate in or otherwise pollute the water of a 
public swimming pool, or
	(c)	bring an animal onto a public swimming pool premises other 
than a guide dog or a dog used to assist an individual with 
disabilities.
Rental mobile whirlpools
26(1)  No person shall operate or use a rental mobile whirlpool unless 
an approval for the operation of the rental mobile whirlpool has been 
granted by an executive officer.
(2)  Despite subsection (1), a rental mobile whirlpool may be used, 
without an approval, at a single family dwelling unit by the owners of 
the single family dwelling unit and their non-paying guests.
Consequential amendment
27   The Waiver Regulation (AR 298/2003) is amended by 
repealing section 1(1)(g) and substituting the following:
	(g)	the Public Swimming Pools Regulation except sections 10 
and 13(1) and (2);
Repeal
28   The Swimming Pool, Wading Pool and Water Spray Park 
Regulation (AR 293/2006) is repealed.
Expiry
29   For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation is reviewed for 
ongoing relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be 
repassed in its present or an amended form following a review, this 
Regulation expires on November 30, 2019.
Coming into force
30   This Regulation comes into force on November 30, 2014.


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Alberta Regulation 205/2014
Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION AND PROTECTION OF 
PRIVACY (MINISTERIAL) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: November 25, 2014
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Service Alberta (M.O. SA:010/2014) 
on November 20, 2014 pursuant to section 94(3) of the Freedom of Information and 
Protection of Privacy Act. 
1   The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy 
(Ministerial) Regulation (AR 56/2009) is amended by this 
Regulation.

2   Section 1 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Designation of public bodies
1   For the purposes of section 1(p)(ii) of the Freedom of 
Information and Protection of Privacy Act, an agency, board, 
commission, corporation, office or other body listed in the Schedule 
is designated to be a public body.

3   The following is added after section 3:
Schedule
Agriculture and Rural Development
Agricultural Development Committee; 
Agricultural Operation Practices Act Practice Review Committee; 
Alberta Livestock and Meat Agency Ltd.; 
Farm Safety Advisory Council; 
Next Generation Advisory Council.
Culture
Premier's Council on Culture.
Education
Practice Review Complainant Appeal Committee; 
Practice Review Hearing Committees.
Energy
Balancing Pool; 
Independent System Operator; 
Market Surveillance Administrator; 
Transmission Facilities Cost Monitoring Committee.
Health
Alberta Innovates - Health Solutions.
Human Services
Appeal Panels established under the Child Care Licensing Act; 
Appeal Panels established under the Persons with Developmental 
Disabilities Services Regulation (AR 228/2013);
Child and Family Services Council for Quality Assurance; 
Expert Review Panel on the Child and Family Services Council for 
Quality Assurance; 
Interagency Council on Homelessness.
Innovation and Advanced Education
Alberta Enterprise Corporation; 
Alberta Innovates - Bio Solutions; 
Alberta Innovates - Energy and Environment Solutions; 
Alberta Innovates - Technology Futures; 
Alberta Post-secondary Application System Society; 
Alberta Research and Innovation Authority; 
Alberta Research and Innovation Committee.
Municipal Affairs
New Home Buyer Protection Act Appeal Board.
Tourism, Parks and Recreation
Travel Alberta.
Any subsidiary of a public body designated above.

4   Section 4 is repealed.


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Alberta Regulation 206/2014
Insurance Act
COMPLAINT RESOLUTION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: November 26, 2014
For information only:   Made by the President of Treasury Board and Minister of 
Finance (M.O. 25/2014) on November 19, 2014 pursuant to section 511(2) of the 
Insurance Act. 
1   The Complaint Resolution Regulation (AR 259/2004) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"basic coverage" means basic coverage as defined in the 
Premiums Regulation;
	(b)	"complaint" means a complaint made under section 2.1;
	(c)	"insurer" means an insurer that provides basic coverage for 
private passenger vehicles;
	(d)	"policyholder" means the person who holds a policy for basic 
coverage in respect of a private passenger vehicle and 
includes an applicant for basic coverage or for renewal of 
basic coverage; 
	(e)	"Premiums Regulation" means the Automobile Insurance 
Premiums Regulation (AR 117/2014);
	(f)	"private passenger vehicle" means a private passenger 
vehicle as defined in the Premiums Regulation.

3   Section 2 is amended by striking out "Before January 1, 
2005, every" and substituting "Every".

4   The following is added after section 2:
Complaint to insurer
2.1   A policyholder may make a complaint to an insurer, with 
respect to a calculation, a determination, an action or an incident, if 
the policyholder
	(a)	is not satisfied with respect to the basis on which a premium 
for basic coverage for a private passenger vehicle was 
determined under the Premiums Regulation, or
	(b)	considers that an insurer, directly or indirectly, has with 
respect to insurance for basic coverage for a private 
passenger vehicle taken an adverse contractual action 
contrary to section 555 of the Act.

5   Section 4(1)(e) is amended by striking out ", in accordance 
with section 14(2) of the Premiums Regulation,".

6   Section 5 is amended by striking out "On or after June 1, 
2005, and once every 6 months after that, an insurer must" and 
substituting "An insurer must, on the request of the 
Superintendent,".

7   Section 7 is amended by striking out "November 30, 2014" 
and substituting "November 30, 2017".



Alberta Regulation 207/2014
Child, Youth and Family Enhancement Act
PUBLICATION BAN (COURT APPLICATIONS 
AND ORDERS) REGULATION
Filed: November 27, 2014
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 443/2014) 
on November 27, 2014 pursuant to section 131 of the Child, Youth and Family 
Enhancement Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	Court practice and procedure
	3	Non-compliance with this Regulation
	4	Personal service
	5	Application
	6	Service of orders
	7	Consequential amendments
	8	Expiry
	9	Coming into force
		Schedule
Definitions
1   In this Regulation, 


	(a)	"Act" means the Child, Youth and Family Enhancement Act;
	(b)	"publication ban" means an order of the Court under section 
126.3(3) of the Act that no person shall publish, in a manner 
that reveals that a deceased child received intervention 
services, the name or a photograph of the deceased child, of 
any parent or guardian of the deceased child or of any other 
individual identified in the order.
Court practice and procedure
2(1)  In any matter not provided for in the Act or the regulations under 
it, the Court may follow the Alberta Rules of Court and the procedures 
of the Court of Queen's Bench.
(2)  The Court may give directions respecting any practice or 
procedure in the Court.
(3)  The Court on application may
	(a)	vary a rule of practice or procedure,
	(b)	refuse to apply a rule of practice or procedure, or
	(c)	direct that some other practice or procedure be followed.
Non-compliance with this Regulation
3(1)  Unless the Court so directs, non-compliance with this Regulation 
does not render any act or proceeding void, but the act or proceeding 
may be set aside either wholly or in part as irregular or amended or 
otherwise dealt with.
(2)  No proceeding shall be defeated on the ground of an alleged defect 
of form. 
Personal service
4(1)  Personal service is effected on an individual by leaving with the 
individual a copy of the document to be served.
(2)  Personal service is effected on a corporation by leaving a copy of 
the document to be served with the mayor, reeve, president, chairman 
or other head officer by whatever name that person is known, or with 
the manager, office manager, cashier, secretary or agent.
Application
5(1)  An application for a publication ban under section 126.3(2) of the 
Act is to be commenced by completing and filing Form 1 prescribed in 
the Schedule with the clerk of the Court before the Court hears the 
application.
(2)  A publication ban may be in Form 2 of the Schedule. 
(3)  An application under section 126.3(5) of the Act for an order 
setting aside a publication ban is to be commenced by completing and 
filing Form 3 prescribed in the Schedule with the clerk of the Court 
before the Court hears the application.
(4)  An order under section 126.3(5) of the Act setting aside a 
publication ban may be in Form 4 of the Schedule.
(5)  Notwithstanding subsections (1) and (3), the Court may hear an 
application before the relevant form is filed with the clerk of the Court.
(6)  Notwithstanding subsections (1) and (3), notice of an application is 
not insufficient merely because the relevant form was not filed before 
it was served on the person notified.
Service of orders
6   A publication ban ordered under section 126.3(3) of the Act or an 
order under section 126.3(5) of the Act setting aside a publication ban 
must be served on 
	(a) 	the parents of the deceased child in respect of whom the 
order is made,
	(b)	the guardians, if any, of the deceased child,
	(c)  	all other individuals, if any, identified in the order, and
	(d) 	a director, unless a director applied for the order.  
Consequential amendments
7(1)  The Court Rules and Forms Regulation (AR 39/2002) is 
amended by this section.
(2)  Section 2(1) is amended by striking out "this Regulation" 
and substituting "the regulations under it".
(3)  Section 5(1) is amended by adding ", other than under 
section 126.3 of the Act," after "the Act".
(4)  Section 5.1 is amended by adding ", other than an order 
under section 126.3 of the Act," after "of the court".
Expiry
8   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 September 30, 2022.
Coming into force
9   This Regulation comes into force on the coming into force of 
section 126.3 of the Child, Youth and Family Enhancement Act.
Schedule
Form 1 
Application for an Order Prohibiting Publication
In the Provincial Court of Alberta in the Matter of an 
Application under section 126.3(2) of the Child, 
Youth and Family Enhancement Act.
Regarding the child
                                            , born    (date-yyyy/mm/dd)   , a deceased 
child who received intervention services under the Child, Youth and 
Family Enhancement Act
1   My name is    (name of applicant)   .  
?    I am a family member of the deceased child within the meaning 
of section 126.3(1) of the Act.  My relationship to the child is
	?  	I am the deceased child's parent. 
	?   	I am the deceased child's guardian. 
	?   	I am the deceased child's grandparent. 
	?   	I am the deceased child's sibling.
	?   	I stand in the place of a parent with respect to the deceased 
child.
?  I have the authority to act for the director.
?  I am seeking leave of the Court to make this application.
Application
2   I am applying for an order prohibiting publication of the name and 
photograph of the deceased child, any parent of the deceased child and 
any guardian of the deceased child in a manner that reveals that the 
deceased child received intervention services.
?  I am also applying for an order prohibiting publication of the name 
and photograph of the following individual(s) in a manner that reveals 
that the deceased child received intervention services:
          (name)              , born    (date-yyyy/mm/dd)  
          (name)              , born    (date-yyyy/mm/dd)  
          (name)              , born    (date-yyyy/mm/dd)  
Affidavit
3   In support of my application, I make oath and say that:
?  (check only if you are seeking leave of the Court) I believe that I 
should be granted leave of the Court to make this application because: 
____________________________________________________ 
____________________________________________________ 
____________________________________________________.
?  I believe that publication of the name and photograph of the 
deceased child, any parent of the deceased child and any guardian of 
the deceased child in a manner that reveals that the deceased child 
received intervention services should be prohibited because: 
_____________________________________________________ 
_____________________________________________________ 
_____________________________________________________.
?  I believe that publication of the name and photograph of
          (name)              , born    (date-yyyy/mm/dd)  
          (name)              , born    (date-yyyy/mm/dd)  
          (name)              , born    (date-yyyy/mm/dd)  
in a manner that reveals that the deceased child received intervention 
services should be prohibited because: ____________ 
_____________________________________________________ 
_____________________________________________________.
?  I believe that the deceased child's sibling(s), namely
          (name)              , born    (date-yyyy/mm/dd)  
          (name)              , born    (date-yyyy/mm/dd)  
          (name)              , born    (date-yyyy/mm/dd)  
is/are receiving intervention services and that the order would be in 
their best interests because: _______________________________ 
_____________________________________________________ 
_____________________________________________________.
?  I believe that publication of the name and photograph of the 
deceased child, any parent of the deceased child and any guardian of 
the deceased child in a manner that reveals that the deceased child 
received intervention services would be contrary to the known wishes 
of the deceased child.  The grounds for my belief are 
_____________________________________________________ 
_____________________________________________________ 
_____________________________________________________.
?  I believe that there are other grounds for prohibiting the 
publication, which include  _______________________________ 
_____________________________________________________ 
_____________________________________________________.
SWORN BEFORE ME at the              of	) 
              , in the Province of Alberta, the	) 
         day of                        ,             	 .)	   (Applicant's Signature)    
	)	   (date-yyyy/mm/dd)    
(Commissioner for Oaths	)  
in and for the Province of Alberta)	)
Form 2
In the Provincial Court of Alberta in the Matter of an 
Application under section 126.3(2) of the Child, 
Youth and Family Enhancement Act.
Regarding the child
                                            , born    (date-yyyy/mm/dd)   , a deceased 
child who received intervention services under the Child, Youth and 
Family Enhancement Act
Heard Before
The Honourable Judge		at   (time)  a.m./p.m.    on
	,	   (day of the week)    , the
	       (number)       day of
		   (month)   ,    (year)   
at 	, Alberta.
ORDER PROHIBITING PUBLICATION
   (name of applicant)     (add if required: acting on the authority of the 
director) has applied for an order prohibiting publication, in a manner 
that reveals that the deceased child received intervention services, of 
the name and photograph of the deceased child, any parent of the 
deceased child and any guardian of the deceased child (add if required: 
and the following individual(s):
          (name)              , born    (date-yyyy/mm/dd)  
          (name)              , born    (date-yyyy/mm/dd)  
          (name)              , born    (date-yyyy/mm/dd)  
AND on being satisfied, having regard to the matters referred to in 
section 126.3(3)(a), (b) and (c) of the Act, that it would be appropriate 
to make the order,
IT IS ORDERED THAT no person shall publish the name or 
photograph of any of the following individuals in a manner that reveals 
that the deceased child received intervention services:
          (name)              , born    (date-yyyy/mm/dd)  
          (name)              , born    (date-yyyy/mm/dd)  
          (name)              , born    (date-yyyy/mm/dd)  
Dated this          day of          at           in the Province of Alberta.
    (name of judge)    
Form 3 
Application for an Order Setting 
Aside a Publication Ban
In the Provincial Court of Alberta in the Matter of an 
Application under section 126.3(5) of the Child, 
Youth and Family Enhancement Act.
Regarding the child
                                            ,  born    (date-yyyy/mm/dd)    , a deceased 
child who received intervention services under the Child, Youth and 
Family Enhancement Act
1   My name is    (name of applicant)   .  I am not a family member of 
the deceased child within the meaning of section 126.3(1) of the Act. 
Application
2   I am applying under section 126.3(5) of the Act for an order setting 
aside the order of the Provincial Court Judge    (name of judge, if 
known)    sitting at    (city/town)   , Alberta on    (date of Provincial 
Court hearing)   , 20  (year)  .  The Provincial Court Judge ordered  
__(nature of the ordered publication ban)   .
I seek an order allowing publication, in a manner that reveals that the 
child received intervention services, of the name and photograph of the 
deceased child, any parent or guardian of the deceased child and any 
other individual(s) identified in the ordered publication ban.
Affidavit
3   In support of my application, I make oath and say that:
?  I was served with a copy of the order containing the publication 
ban.  
?  I seek an order setting aside the ordered publication ban because: 
_____________________________________________________ 
_____________________________________________________ 
_____________________________________________________.
SWORN BEFORE ME at the              of	) 
              , in the Province of Alberta, the	) 
         day of                        ,             	 .)	   (Applicant's Signature)    
	)	   (date-yyyy/mm/dd)    
(Commissioner for Oaths	)  
in and for the Province of Alberta)	)
Form 4
In the Provincial Court of Alberta in the Matter of an 
Application under section 126.3(5) of the Child, 
Youth and Family Enhancement Act.
Regarding the child
                                            , born    (date-yyyy/mm/dd)   , a deceased 
child who received intervention services under the Child, Youth and 
Family Enhancement Act
Heard Before
The Honourable Judge		at   (time)  a.m./p.m.    on
	,	   (day of the week)    , the
	       (number)       day of
		   (month)   ,    (year)   
at 	, Alberta.
ORDER SETTING ASIDE A PUBLICATION BAN
   (name of applicant)     (add if required: acting on the authority of the 
director) has applied for an order setting aside the order of the 
Provincial Court Judge    (name of judge, if known)    sitting 
at    (city/town)   , Alberta on    (date of Provincial Court hearing)   , 
20  (year)  .  The Provincial Court Judge ordered ___(nature of the 
ordered publication ban)   :
AND on being satisfied that it would be appropriate to make the order,
IT IS ORDERED THAT the order is set aside and any person may 
publish the name and photograph of the following individuals in a 
manner that reveals that the deceased child received intervention 
services:
          (name)              , born    (date-yyyy/mm/dd)  
          (name)              , born    (date-yyyy/mm/dd)  
          (name)              , born    (date-yyyy/mm/dd)  
Dated this          day of          at           in the Province of Alberta.
    (name of judge)