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Alberta Regulation 42/2015
Traffic Safety Act
VEHICLE SEIZURE AND REMOVAL (EXTENSION OF EXPIRY 
DATE) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 17, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Transportation  (M.O. 08/15) on 
March 9, 2015 pursuant to sections 18(2), 64 and 81 of the Traffic Safety Act. 
1   The Vehicle Seizure And Removal Regulation (AR 251/2006) 
is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 29 is amended by striking out "April 30, 2015" and 
substituting "April 30, 2017".


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Alberta Regulation 43/2015
Public Sector Pension Plans Act
LOCAL AUTHORITIES PENSION PLAN (CHANGES IN  
EMPLOYERS, 2015) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 19, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 082/2015) 
on March 19, 2015 pursuant to Schedule 1, section 4 of the Public Sector Pension 
Plans Act. 
1   The Local Authorities Pension Plan (AR 366/93) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Part 1 of Schedule 2 is amended
	(a)	by adding the following after "Calgary Public Library":
Capital Region Board
	(b)	by repealing the line "Fort Saskatchewan Foundation";
	(c)	by adding the following after "Green Acres 
Foundation":
Heartland Housing Foundation
	(d)	by repealing the line "Pioneer Housing Foundation";
	(e)	by adding the following after "Athabasca/Boyle Family 
and Community Support Services":
Athabasca Regional Multiplex Society

3(1)  Sections 1 and 2(b) and (d) are deemed to have come 
into force at the end of 2012.
(2)  Section 2(c) is deemed to have come into force on 
January 1, 2013.
(3)  Section 2(e) is deemed to have come into force on 
December 20, 2014.
(4)  Section 2(a) is deemed to have come into force on 
January 1, 2015.


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Alberta Regulation 44/2015
Judicature Act
SURROGATE RULES (ESTATE ADMINISTRATION 
ACT) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 19, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 085/2015) 
on March 19, 2015 pursuant to section 28.1 of the Judicature Act. 
1   The Surrogate Rules (AR 130/95) are amended by this 
Regulation.

2   Rule 1(a) is repealed.

3   The following is added before the heading for Division 1 
of Part 1:
Personal representative's notice 
when acting without a grant
9.1(1)  A personal representative's notice under section 10(1)(a) of 
the Estate Administration Act to a beneficiary may be in Form NGA 
1 and must include at least the following:
	(a)	the deceased's name, place of residence and date of death;
	(b) 	the personal representative's name and contact information;
	(c)	the date of the deceased's will; 
	(d)	a description of the gift left by the will to the beneficiary or, 
in the case of a partial intestacy, a reference to the applicable 
provision of the Wills and Succession Act or the Intestate 
Succession Act, RSA 2000 cI-10;
	(e)	a statement that all gifts are subject to prior payment of all 
debts and other claims against the estate;
	(f)	if the beneficiary is a residuary beneficiary, a copy of the 
will.
(2)  A personal representative's notice under section 10(1)(b) of the 
Estate Administration Act to a family member or to an attorney, a 
trustee, the Public Trustee or a guardian on behalf of a family 
member may be in Form NGA 2 and must include at least the 
following:
	(a)	the deceased's name, place of residence and date of death;
	(b)	the personal representative's name and contact information;
	(c)	the date of the deceased's will; 
	(d)	a statement that the family member may be entitled to make a 
claim for maintenance and support under the Wills and 
Succession Act or the Dependants Relief Act, 
RSA 2000 cD-10.5, because the will does not give the family 
member all the property in the deceased's estate, and that the 
court may change the distribution of the estate to provide the 
family member with maintenance and support if the court is 
satisfied that the circumstances warrant it;
	(e)	a copy of the will.
(3)  A personal representative's notice under section 10(1)(c) of the 
Estate Administration Act to a spouse may be in Form NGA 3 and 
must include at least the following:
	(a)	the deceased's name, place of residence and date of death;
	(b) 	the personal representative's name and contact information;
	(c)	the date of the deceased's will; 
	(d)	a statement that the spouse may be entitled to make a claim 
under the Matrimonial Property Act because the will does 
not give the spouse all the property in the deceased's estate;
	(e)	a copy of the will.
(4)  A personal representative's notice under section 10(1)(d) of the 
Estate Administration Act to the Public Trustee or another person 
may be in Form NGA 4 and must include at least the following:
	(a)	the name of the person who is interested in the estate;
	(b)	an identification of whether the notice is provided to the 
recipient as
 	(i)	an attorney under an enduring power of attorney for the 
person who is interested in the estate, 
	(ii)	a trustee of a represented adult who is interested in the 
estate, 
	(iii)	the Public Trustee because the person who is interested 
in the estate was a minor on the date of the deceased's 
death or is a missing person as defined in the Public 
Trustee Act, or
	(iv)	a guardian of a minor who is interested in the estate;
	(c)	the information that subrule (1)(a) to (e) requires for a notice 
to a beneficiary, which may be included in the document that 
contains the information required by clauses (a) and (b) or set 
out in a separate document;
	(d)	a copy of the will.
(5)  A notice referred to in this rule must be given in a manner that is 
likely to bring it to the attention of the intended recipient.

4   Rule 10 is amended by adding the following after subrule 
(2):
(3)  Unless the court, on application, orders otherwise, a grant of 
administration must not be given to more than 3 persons at the same 
time.
(4)  A grant may be in any of forms NC 36 to NC 42, as appropriate, 
or in any other form that is appropriate to the nature of the grant.

5   Rule 11 is repealed.

6   Rule 13(5)(c) is amended by striking out "section 29(3) of 
the Administration of Estates Act" and substituting "section 
18(3)(a) of the Estate Administration Act".

7   Rule 15 is amended by striking out "section 4 of the 
Administration of Estates Act" and substituting "section 45 of the 
Alberta Evidence Act".

8   Rule 19(a) is amended by adding "in Form NC 9" before 
"attesting".

9   Rule 28 is amended
	(a)	in subrule (1) by adding "or other security approved by 
the court" after "bond";
	(b)	in subrule (2) by adding "or other security" after 
"bond";
	(c)	in subrule (3) by striking out "contracts of guarantee 
insurance as defined in section 1(1)(q) of the Classes of 
Insurance Regulation (AR 121/2001)" and substituting 
"fidelity insurance as defined in section 1(1)(h) of the 
Classes of Insurance Regulation (AR 144/2011)";
	(d)	in subrule (4) by adding "or other security" after 
"bond".

10   Rule 29 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Dispensation from bond
29(1)  A non-resident personal representative may apply
	(a)	to dispense with a requirement under rule 28(1) to provide a 
bond or other security,
	(b)	for approval of security other than a bond, or 
	(c)	to reduce the amount of a bond or other security
by filing an affidavit in Form NC 17.
(2)  An applicant under this rule may file a beneficiary's consent to 
dispensing with a bond or other security in Form NC 18 in support of 
the application.

11   Rule 30(1) and (2) are amended by adding "or other 
security" after "bond".

12   Rule 31 is amended
	(a)	by repealing subrule (1) and substituting the 
following:
Powers of court
31(1)  The court, on an application under rule 29 or 30, may, 
before or after issuing a grant but only after considering the 
interests of the beneficiaries and claimants of the estate,
	(a)	require a bond or other security;
	(b)	reduce the amount of a bond or other security;
	(c)	dispense with the requirements for a bond or other 
security;
	(d)	impose conditions on the applicant or any other person 
interested in the estate;
	(e)	require more information;
	(f)	do any other thing that the circumstances require.
	(b)	in subrule (2) by adding "or other security" after 
"bond".

13   Rule 32(2) is amended by striking out "rule 11(2)" and 
substituting "section 13(1)(b) of the Estate Administration Act".

14   Rule 33(1) is repealed and the following is substituted:
Nominations
33(1)  A person entitled to a grant of administration or a grant of 
administration with will annexed may nominate, in Form NC 16, a 
person to be the personal representative for the purpose of applying 
for the grant.

15   Rule 35 is amended
	(a)	in subrule (1) by striking out "section 29 of the 
Administration of Estates Act" and substituting "section 
18(1)(a) of the Estate Administration Act";
	(b)	by repealing subrule (3).

16   Rule 36 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Ancillary grant
36   An applicant may apply in accordance with rule 13(5) and (6) 
for an ancillary grant under section 19(1) of the Estate 
Administration Act.

17   Rule 38(1) is repealed and the following is substituted:
Notice to claimants
38(1)  If a personal representative publishes a notice to claimants, 
the personal representative 
	(a)	must do so in accordance with this rule,
	(b)		may use Form NC 34, and
	(c)	may file proof of publication in form NC 34.1.

18   Rule 40 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Verification of claims
40   If a personal representative has notice of a claim against the 
estate, the personal representative may require the claimant to verify 
the claim using a statutory declaration in Form NC 35.

19   Rule 41(1) is repealed and the following is substituted:
Valuation of security
41(1)  If security is held by a claimant wholly or partly to secure a 
claim against the estate and
	(a)	the claimant does not give a value to the security, or 
	(b)	a dispute arises between the claimant and the personal 
representative regarding the value of the security,
the personal representative may, by filing an application in Form C1 
and an affidavit in Form C2, apply to the court for an order under 
this rule.
20   Rule 45 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Applications
45(1)  The clerk must
	(a)	number and date every application for a grant when it is filed,
	(b)	record the information in the appropriate court records, 
	(c)	present all applications to the court for its order and 
direction, and
	(d)	send any rejection notice in Form NC 26 to the applicant.
(2)  When application is made for a grant, the clerk shall promptly 
search the court records to determine whether
	(a)	any other application has been filed or a grant has issued in 
respect of the same estate or minor, 
	(b)	a caveat has been filed in respect of the same estate or minor 
and has not expired or been withdrawn or discharged, or
	(c)	a will of the same deceased was, during the life of the 
deceased, deposited with a clerk of the surrogate court before 
June 19, 1995 or a clerk of the district court before July 12, 
1967.
(3)  Unless the court, on application, orders otherwise, no grant shall 
be issued until the clerk has completed a search under subrule (2) 
and confirmed that
	(a)		no other application referred to in subrule (2)(a) has been 
filed, 
	(b)	no grant referred to in subrule (2)(a) has issued, 
	(c)	no caveat referred to in subrule (2)(b) has been filed, and 
	(d)	no will referred to in subrule (2)(c) has been deposited.

21   Rule 52 is amended
	(a)	in subrule (1) by striking out "subsection (4)" and 
substituting "subrule (4)";
	(b)	by repealing subrule (3) and substituting the 
following:
(3)  Where the court requires a bond under subrule (1), the bond 
must be from an insurer licensed under the Insurance Act to 
undertake fidelity insurance as defined in section 1(1)(h) of the 
Classes of Insurance Regulation (AR 144/2011).

22   Rule 71 is amended
	(a)	in subrule (1) by striking out "the Administration of 
Estates Act" and substituting "section 46 of the Estate 
Administration Act";
	(b)	in subrule (3) by striking out "removed" and 
substituting "discharged".

23   Rule 73(4) is amended by striking out "remove" and 
substituting "discharge".

24   Rule 74 is amended by striking out "removed" wherever 
it occurs and substituting "discharged".

25   Rule 117(1) is amended by striking out "Form ACC 5" 
and substituting "Form ACC 5.1 or Form ACC 5.2".

26   Schedule 3 is amended
	(a)	in Form NC 2 by striking out the following:
The schedules and documents that are part of this affidavit 
provide all the information required in this application by the 
Surrogate Rules and have been prepared by me or by my lawyer 
on my behalf.
		and substituting the following:
I have personally prepared or carefully read the schedules and 
documents that are part of this affidavit and to the best of my 
knowledge the information in them is accurate and complete.
	(b)	in Form NC 5 by striking out the following:
Any persons with a prior or 
equal right to apply	                                                           
Renunciations attached	                                                           
		and substituting the following:
Any persons with a prior or 
equal right to apply	                                                            
	Provide names(s), address(es) and relationship
	to deceased of all persons with a prior or equal 
	right to apply for a grant.   
	Write "n/a" if not applicable.

Renunciations attached	                                                            
	Provide name(s) of renunciators; renunciations
	are needed from all persons with a prior or 
	equal right to apply for a grant who are not 
	applicant(s).  Write "n/a" if not applicable
	(c)	in Form NC 6.1 by striking out "equal right to apply" 
and substituting "equal right to trusteeship";
	(d)	in Form NC 8 by striking out "subscribing";
	(e)	in Form NC 16 by striking out the following:
1.	The deceased, __________, signed a will in which __________ is 
appointed personal representative.
2.	__________ has renounced all right and title to a grant of probate of 
the deceased's  will.
or
1.	The deceased, __________, died intestate.
2.	I am entitled to apply for a grant of administration under the 
Surrogate Rules because I am the deceased's  __________.
3.	I have an interest in the administration of the deceased's estate 
because I am __________.
4.	I nominate __________ to apply for a grant of administration with 
will annexed of the deceased's  property and consent to such an 
appointment.
or
4.	I nominate __________ to apply for a grant of administration of the 
deceased's property and consent to such an appointment.
		and substituting the following:
1.	The deceased, __________, signed a will in which __________ is 
appointed personal representative.
2.	__________ has renounced all right and title to a grant of probate of 
the deceased's will. 
3.	I am entitled to apply for a grant of administration with will annexed 
because      (state relationship to deceased or circumstances 
 creating entitlement to apply for a grant under section 13 of the Estate  
Administration Act)                                                                        .
4.	I nominate __________ to apply for a grant of administration with 
will annexed and I consent to that appointment. 
or
1.	The deceased, __________, signed a will but did not appoint a 
personal representative.
2.	I am entitled to apply for a grant of administration with will annexed 
because      (state relationship to deceased or circumstances 
 creating entitlement to apply for a grant under section 13 of the Estate  
Administration Act)                                                                        .
3.	I nominate __________ to apply for a grant of administration with 
will annexed and I consent to that appointment. 
or
1.	The deceased, __________, signed a will that expressly authorizes 
me to appoint a personal representative. 
2.	I nominate __________ to apply for a grant of probate or 
administration with will annexed and I consent to that appointment.
or
1.	The deceased, __________, died intestate.
2.	I am entitled to apply for a grant of administration because        
(state relationship to deceased or circumstances creating entitlement to  
apply for a grant under section 13 of the Estate Administration Act)    .
or
3.	I nominate __________ to apply for a grant of administration and I 
consent to that appointment.
	(f)	in Form NC 17
	(i)	by striking out the following:
DOCUMENT	Affidavit to dispense with a 
	bond                                     
		and substituting the following:
DOCUMENT	Affidavit to dispense with a 
	bond, approve other security 
 	or reduce amount of security
	(ii)	by striking out the following:
6.	And therefore the applicant(s) request that this Court grant the 
application for a grant of __________ without bond.
		and substituting the following:
6.	And therefore the applicant(s) request that this Court issue a grant of 
(state type of grant applied for)_______________.
?	without bond or other security.
?	with a bond in the reduced amount of ____________.
?	with the following security in the amount of ____________ 
instead of a bond:  (describe other security proposed)__________.
	(g)	in Form NC 18 by striking out "bond" wherever it 
occurs and substituting "bond or other security";
	(h)	in Form NC 19 by striking out the following:
The personal representative(s) named in the will have applied for a grant of 
probate.
Enclosed with this notice is a copy of the application for a grant of probate.  
This includes a copy of the will and a list of the deceased's property and 
debts.
Once the court issues the grant, the personal representative(s) will collect 
in the property, pay the debts, and complete the administration of the estate 
and anything else required of the personal representative(s).  Then they 
will be in a position to account to you before distributing any estate left 
after payment of all debts and expenses.
By issuing the grant, the court is not approving the figures submitted in the 
application for a grant of probate.  It is the responsibility of the 
beneficiary(ies) to supervise the actions of the personal representative(s).
		and substituting the following:
The personal representative(s) named in the will have applied for a grant of 
probate or the person(s) entitled have applied for a grant of administration 
with will annexed.
Enclosed with this notice is a copy of the application for a grant of probate 
or grant of administration with will annexed.  This includes a copy of the 
will and a list of the deceased's property and debts.
Once the court issues the grant, the personal representative(s) will collect 
in the property, pay the debts, and complete the administration of the estate 
and anything else required of the personal representative(s).  Then they 
will be in a position to account to you before distributing any estate left 
after payment of all debts and expenses.
By issuing the grant, the court is not approving the figures submitted in the 
application for a grant of probate.  It is the responsibility of the 
beneficiary(ies) to supervise the actions of the personal representative(s).
Alberta's Estate Administration Act and other laws place duties on the 
personal representative, which include communicating regularly with 
beneficiaries and maintaining proper financial records. If you believe the 
personal representative is not complying with their duties, try to resolve 
the matter through discussion with the personal representative. If you are 
unable to resolve the matter you or your lawyer may apply to the court, 
which may provide a remedy if it is satisfied that the personal 
representative is not complying with their duties.  
	(i)	in Form NC 20 by striking out the following:
The personal representative(s) named in the will have applied for a grant of 
probate.
Once the court issues the grant, the personal representative(s) will collect 
in the estate property, pay the debts, and complete the administration of the 
estate and anything else required of the personal representative(s). Then 
they will be in a position to distribute your gift to you as long as it is not 
needed to pay for debts and expenses of the estate. 
		and substituting the following:
The personal representative(s) named in the will have applied for a grant of 
probate or the person(s) entitled have applied for a grant of administration 
with will annexed.
Once the court issues the grant, the personal representative(s) will collect 
in the property, pay the debts, and complete the administration of the estate 
and anything else required of the personal representative(s). Then they will 
be in a position to distribute your gift to you as long as it is not needed to 
pay for debts and expenses of the estate. 
Alberta's Estate Administration Act and other laws place duties on the 
personal representative, which include communicating regularly with 
beneficiaries and maintaining proper financial records. If you believe the 
personal representative is not complying with their duties, try to resolve 
the matter through discussion with the personal representative. If you are 
unable to resolve the matter you or your lawyer may apply to the Court, 
which may provide a remedy if it is satisfied that the personal 
representative is not complying with their duties.
	(j)	in Form NC 21 by striking out the following:
By issuing the grant, the court is not approving the figures submitted in the 
application for a grant of administration.  It is the responsibility of the 
beneficiary(ies) to supervise the actions of the personal representative(s).
		and substituting the following:
By issuing the grant, the court is not approving the figures submitted in the 
application for a grant of administration.  It is the responsibility of the 
beneficiary(ies) to supervise the actions of the personal representative(s).
Alberta's Estate Administration Act and other laws place duties on the 
personal representative, which include communicating regularly with 
beneficiaries and maintaining proper financial records.  If you believe the 
personal representative is not complying with their duties, try to resolve 
the matter through discussion with the personal representative. If you are 
unable to resolve the matter you or your lawyer may apply to the Court, 
which may provide a remedy if it is satisfied that the personal 
representative is not complying with their duties.
	(k)	in Form NC 24 by striking out the following:
To:	Name of Child/Trustee/Parent/Guardian (as applicable): 	
		and substituting the following:
To:	Name of Child/Trustee/Attorney/Parent/Guardian (as 
	applicable under section 11(1) of the Estate Administration 
	Act): ______________________________________________
	(l)	by repealing Form NC 24.1 and substituting the 
following:
	NC 24.1
ESTATE NAME	              (deceased's  name)              
DOCUMENT	Notice to the Public Trustee
	
This gives you notice that the personal representative shown in the 
attached copy of an Application for a grant of                       has applied for 
this grant.
Notice is given to you
1	under section 11 of the Estate Administration Act (family members) 
because
	?	the Public Trustee is trustee for the estate of the following 
	person, who is a represented adult described in section 
	11(1)(f) of the Estate Administration Act:
		Name: 			
		Address: 			
	?	the deceased is survived by a child who was a minor 
	on the date of the deceased's death:
		Name: 			
		Date of Birth: 		
		Address: 			
	?	the deceased is survived by a grandchild or 
	great-grandchild described in section 11(1)(g)(ii) of the 
	Estate Administration Act: 
		Name: 			
		Date of Birth: 		
		Address: 			
2	under section 12 of the Estate Administration Act (persons 
interested in the estate) because
	?	the following represented adult, for whose estate the Public 
	Trustee is trustee, is interested in the deceased's estate:
		Name: 			
		Address: 			
	?	the following person is interested in the deceased's estate 
	and was a minor on the date of the deceased's death:
		Name:   			
		Date of Birth:  		
		Address:  			
	?	the following person is interested in the deceased's estate 
	and has been declared to be a missing person by an order of 
	the Court under the Public Trustee Act:
		Name:   			
		Date of Birth:  		
                                                           	                                            
Personal Representative	Date                             

Name:      Office of the Public Trustee
To the Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta and the personal representative
The Public Trustee
  ?	does not intend to be represented on this application
  ?	intends to be represented on this application
The Public Trustee confirms the following:
  ?	Any property to which a minor child is entitled from the estate 
must be delivered to the Public Trustee.
  ?	Clause                 of the will appoints                                 as trustee 
of money or property to which the minor(s)                              is 
(are) entitled under the will.  The will does not appoint the Public 
Trustee to monitor on behalf of the minor(s).  Accordingly, the 
Public Trustee will not monitor the trustee on behalf of the 
minor(s) unless the Court directs the Public Trustee to monitor 
pursuant to section 22 of the Public Trustee Act.
  ?	Clause                 of the will appoints                                 as trustee 
of money or property to which the minor(s)                       is (are) 
entitled under the will and clause                   appoints the Public 
Trustee to monitor on behalf of the minor(s).  Accordingly, the 
Public Trustee will monitor the trustee on behalf of the minor(s).
  ?	The Public Trustee reserves the right to apply under the provisions 
of Part 5, Division 2 of the Wills and Succession Act on behalf 
of                                .
                                                             	                                                 
Public Trustee of Alberta	Date                                      
The Court of Queen's Bench requires submissions to be made as to 
whether the Public Trustee should monitor the trust for the benefit of 
minor beneficiaries.  Either the applicant or the Public Trustee, on notice to 
the other, must arrange for the Court to hear the submissions.

                                                             	                                                 
Justice of the Court of Queen's Bench	Date                               

	(m)	in Form NC 29 by striking out the following:
The schedules and documents that are part of this affidavit provide all the 
information required in this application by the Surrogate Rules and have 
been prepared by myself or by my lawyer on my behalf.
		and substituting the following:
I have personally prepared or carefully read the schedules and documents 
that are part of this affidavit and to the best of my knowledge the 
information in them is accurate and complete.
	(n)		in Form NC 31 by striking out the following:
The schedules and documents that are part of the affidavit of __________ 
provided all the information required in this application by the Surrogate 
Rules and have been prepared by me or by my lawyer on my behalf.
		and substituting the following:
I have personally prepared or carefully read the schedules and documents 
that are part of this affidavit and to the best of my knowledge the 
information in them is accurate and complete.
	(o)	in Forms NC 33 and 44 by striking out the following:
The schedules and documents that are part of this affidavit provide all the 
information required in this application by the Surrogate Rules and have 
been prepared by myself or by my lawyer on my behalf.
		and substituting the following:
I have personally prepared or carefully read the schedules and documents 
that are part of this affidavit and to the best of my knowledge the 
information in them is accurate and complete.
	(p)	in Form C 1 by striking out the following:
	Applicable Surrogate Rules
5.	Surrogate Rules 			.
	Applicable statutes
6.					.
		and substituting the following:
	Applicable Surrogate Rules
5.	5.1 (tick applicable box(es)):
	?	Surrogate Rule 4(1)
	?	Surrogate Rule 41
	?	Surrogate Rule 58(a)
	?	Surrogate Rule 70.1(1)
	?	Surrogate Rule 70.1(2)
	?	Surrogate Rule 70.9(5)
	?	Surrogate Rule 94(2)
	5.2	Any other Surrogate Rule(s) the applicant specifically 
relies on (specify):                                                                       .
	Applicable statutes
6.	Any statutory authority the applicant specifically relies on (specify 
statute(s) and section number(s)):__________________________.
	(q)	in Form C 5 by striking out the following:
6.	Notices are sent to: ______________________
		and substituting the following:
6.	Notices are sent to: ______________________
7.	Surrogate Rule(s) under which this application is being made:
	7.1	Rule 77(1)(a).
	7.2	Any other Surrogate Rule(s) the applicant specifically 
	relies on (specify):  ___________________________.
	Applicable statutes
8.	Any statutory authority the applicant specifically relies on (specify 
statute(s) and section number(s)):  _________________________.
	(r)	in Form C 6 by striking out the following:
The schedules and documents that are part of this affidavit provide all the 
information required in this application by the Surrogate Rules and have 
been prepared by myself or by my lawyer on my behalf.
		and substituting the following:
I have personally prepared or carefully read the schedules and documents 
that are part of this affidavit and to the best of my knowledge the 
information in them is accurate and complete.
	(s)	in Form C 11 by striking out "Sections 40 and 41 of the 
Administration of Estates Act" and substituting "Sections 
25 and 26 of the Estate Administration Act".
	(t)	in Form C 12 by striking out the following:
	Applicable Surrogate Rules
7.	Rules 			.
	Applicable Statutes
8.				.
		and substituting the following:
	Applicable Surrogate Rules
7.	7.1	Surrogate Rule 96(1).
	7.2	Any other Surrogate Rule(s) the applicant specifically 
	relies on (specify):  ___________________________.
	Applicable Statutes
8.	Any statutory authority the applicant specifically relies on (specify 
statute(s) and section number(s)):  _________________________.
	(u)	in Form C 14 by striking out the following:
	Applicable Surrogate Rules
10.	Surrogate Rule 54.1.
	Applicable Statutes
11.	Wills and Succession Act, SA 2010 cW-12.2 s36. 
		and substituting the following:
	Applicable Surrogate Rules
10.	10.1	Surrogate Rule 54.1.
	10.2	Any other Surrogate Rule(s) the applicant specifically 
	relies on (specify):  ___________________________.
	Applicable Statutes
11.	11.1	Wills and Succession Act, SA 2010 cW-12.2 s36.
	11.2	Any other statutory authority the applicant specifically 
	relies on (specify statute(s) and section number(s)):
	___________________________________________.
	(v)	in Form ACC 1 by striking out the following:
4.	The applicant(s) rely on the provisions of the Administration of 
Estates Act, R.S.A. 1980, c. A-1, as amended and the Surrogate 
Rules.
		and substituting the following:
4.	Surrogate Rule(s) under which this application is being made:
	4.1	Rule 107(1)(a).
	4.2	Any other Surrogate Rule(s) the applicant specifically 
	relies on (specify):  ___________________________.
	Applicable Statutes
5.	5.1	Estate Administration Act, section 32.
	5.2	Any other statutory authority the applicant specifically 
	relies on (specify statute(s) and section number(s)): 
	___________________________________________.
	(w)	in Form ACC 6 by striking out the following:
3.	The applicant(s) rely on the provisions of the Administration of 
Estates Act, R.S.A. 1980, c. A-1, as amended, and the Surrogate 
Rules.
4.	Costs proposal:
	4.1	Costs of the applicant(s) to be paid by ____________.
		and substituting the following:
3.	Costs proposal:
	3.1	Costs of the applicant(s) to be paid by ____________.
	Applicable Surrogate Rules
4.	4.1	Surrogate Rule 108(1).
	4.2	Any other Surrogate Rule(s) the applicant specifically 
	relies on (specify): ___________________________.
	Applicable Statutes
5.	5.1	Estate Administration Act, section 32.
	5.2	Any other statutory authority the applicant specifically 
	relies on (specify statute(s) and section number(s)): 
	___________________________________________.
	(x)	in Form ACC 10 by striking out the following:
4.	The applicant relies on the provisions of the Administration of 
Estates Act R.S.A. 1980, c.A-1, as amended, and the Surrogate 
Rules.
		and substituting the following:
	Applicable Surrogate Rules
4.	4.1	Surrogate Rule 103(1).
	4.2	Any other Surrogate Rule(s) the applicant specifically 
	relies on (specify): _________________________.
	Applicable Statutes
5.	5.1	Estate Administration Act, section 32.
	5.2	Any other statutory authority the applicant specifically 
	relies on (specify statute(s) and section number(s)): 
	___________________________________________.
	(y)	by adding the following after Form ACC 13:
	NGA 1
Personal Representative's Notice to Beneficiary 
(section 10(1)(a) of the Estate Administration Act)
Notice regarding the estate of       (name of deceased)       , deceased, who 
resided in or near           (closest city or town)         and died on     (date)       
at or near              (closest city or town)               .
Instruction to Personal Representative:  If the beneficiary was a minor on the date 
of the deceased's death, or is a missing person, represented adult, or adult 
represented by an attorney under an enduring power of attorney, include this notice 
with the Notice to Attorney, Trustee, Guardian, or Public Trustee (Form NGA 4).
Who is receiving this notice?
1.	This notice is given to:
Name:  	
Complete address:  	
Who is giving this notice?
2.	This notice is given to you by    (name of personal representative)  , 
who is named as a personal representative of the deceased's estate in 
a document dated           (date)          , which the personal 
representative believes to be the deceased's last will.
	If you believe this document is not the deceased's last will you or 
your lawyer may take steps to require the personal representative to 
prove in court that it is the deceased's last will.
Why are you receiving this notice?
3.	The personal representative believes you are a beneficiary of the 
deceased's estate for one or more of the following reasons (tick all 
applicable boxes):
?	The will gives you the following specific gift:  (describe gift)        .
?	You are a residuary beneficiary under the will (copy attached). It 
gives you some or all of the property remaining in the deceased's 
estate after payment of debts and other claims against the estate, and 
after distribution of any specific gifts.
?	You are a beneficiary on a partial intestacy. The will does not 
dispose of all the deceased's property and you may be entitled to 
some or all of the deceased's undistributed property under section 
___ of the Wills and Succession Act or section ___ of the Intestate 
Succession Act, RSA 2000 cI-10.
When will the personal representative distribute the deceased's 
property to beneficiaries?
4.	All gifts to beneficiaries are subject to prior payment of the 
deceased's debts and other claims against the estate.  The personal 
representative must collect the deceased's property, pay the debts, 
and complete the administration of the estate.  The personal 
representative can then account to you and distribute any property 
remaining in the estate after payment of debts, claims and the 
expenses of administering the estate.
What are the personal representative's duties and how are they 
enforced?
5.	Alberta's Estate Administration Act and other laws place duties on 
the personal representative, which include communicating regularly 
with beneficiaries and maintaining proper financial records.  If you 
believe the personal representative is not complying with their 
duties, try to resolve the matter through discussion with the personal 
representative.  If you are unable to resolve the matter you or your 
lawyer may apply to the Court, which may provide a remedy if it is 
satisfied that the personal representative is not complying with their 
duties.
How can you contact the personal representative?
6.	You may contact the personal representative for further information: 
?  Telephone no.  ________________  ?  e-mail  _________________
?  Mailing address  __________________________________________
?  Other  __________________________________________________
	NGA 2
Personal Representative's Notice to Family Member 
(section 10(1)(b) of the Estate Administration Act)
Notice regarding the estate of       (name of deceased)       , deceased, who 
resided in or near           (closest city or town)         and died on       (date)         
at or near              (closest city or town)               .
Who is receiving this notice?
1.	This notice is given to or on behalf of the following family member 
of the deceased:
Name:                               (name of family member)                                          
Complete address:  ____________________________________________
Instruction to Personal Representative:  Provide the following additional 
information if this notice is given to the family member's attorney, trustee or 
guardian or to the Public Trustee:
This notice is given to the following on behalf of that family member:
?	the Public Trustee;
?	the family member's attorney, trustee or guardian: 
Name:                          (name of attorney, trustee or guardian)                   
Complete address:  _______________________________________
Who is giving this notice?
2.	This notice is given to you by       (name of personal representative)      , 
who is named as a personal representative of the deceased's estate in 
a document dated                   (date)                   , which the personal 
representative believes to be the deceased's last will.
	If you believe this document is not the deceased's last will, you or 
your lawyer may take steps to require the personal representative to 
prove in court that it is the deceased's last will.
Why are you receiving this notice?
3.	The law requires that this notice be given to you because the will 
does not give you (or the family member on whose behalf you were 
given this notice) all the property in the deceased's estate.  You (or 
the family member) may be entitled to make a claim for 
maintenance and support from the deceased's estate because you are 
(or the family member is) 
?	a spouse or the adult interdependent partner of the deceased,
?	a child of the deceased who is under the age of 18 years at the time 
of the deceased's death,
?	a child of the deceased who is at least 18 years of age at the time of 
the deceased's death and unable to earn a livelihood by reason of 
mental or physical disability,
?	a child of the deceased who, at the time of the deceased's death, is at 
least 18 but under 22 years of age and unable to withdraw from his 
or her parents' charge because he or she is a full-time student as 
determined in accordance with the Family Law Act and its 
regulations, or
?	a grandchild or great-grandchild of the deceased
	(a)	who is under 18 years of age at the time of the deceased's death,
	(b)	in respect of whom the deceased, during life, demonstrated a 
settled intention to treat as his or her own child,
	(c)	whose primary home, since birth or for at least 2 years 
immediately before the grandparent's death, was with the 
grandparent, and
	(d)	whose primary financial support, since birth or for at least 2 
years immediately before the grandparent's death, was provided 
by the grandparent.
	Part 5, Division 2 of the Wills and Succession Act* allows a qualified 
family member to apply to the Court to receive maintenance and support 
from the estate. The Court can change the distribution of the estate and 
give the family member more or all of the estate if the Court decides the 
circumstances warrant it.  If you want to take this further, you should get 
legal advice immediately.
	*Note: If the deceased died before February 1, 2012, family 
members have similar rights to apply for relief under the 
Dependants Relief Act.
How can you contact the personal representative?
4.	You may contact the personal representative for further information: 
?  Telephone no.  ________________  ?  e-mail  _________________
?  Mailing address  __________________________________________
?  Other  __________________________________________________
	NGA 3
Personal Representative's Notice to Spouse 
(section 10(1)(c) of the Estate Administration Act)
Notice regarding the estate of          (name of deceased)         , deceased, who 
resided in or near           (closest city or town)         and died on       (date)         
at or near              (closest city or town)               .
Who is receiving this notice?
1.	This notice is given to:
Name:                                 (name of deceased's spouse)                                   
Complete address:                                                                                          
Who is giving this notice?
2.	This notice is given to you by        (name of personal representative)     , 
who is named as a personal representative of the deceased's estate in 
a document dated           (date)          (copy attached), which the 
personal representative believes to be the deceased's last will.
	If you believe this document is not the deceased's last will you or 
your lawyer may take steps to require the personal representative to 
prove in court that it is the deceased's last will.
Why are you receiving this notice?
3.	The law requires that this notice be given to you because you are the 
spouse of the deceased and the will does not give you all the 
property in the estate.  You may have a claim under the Matrimonial 
Property Act on the property in the estate.  If you want to take this 
further, you should get legal advice immediately.
How can you contact the personal representative?
4.	You may contact the personal representative for further information: 
?  Telephone no.  ________________  ?  e-mail  _________________
?  Mailing address  __________________________________________
?  Other  __________________________________________________
	NGA 4
Personal Representative's Notice to Attorney, 
Trustee, Public Trustee or Guardian 
(section 10(1)(d) of the Estate Administration Act)
Notice regarding the estate of          (name of deceased)         , deceased, who 
resided in or near           (closest city or town)         and died on      (date)         
at or near              (closest city or town)               .
Instruction to Personal Representative:  Provide a copy of the Personal 
Representative's Notice to Beneficiaries (Form NGA 1), with this notice.
Who is receiving this notice?
1.	This notice is given on behalf of the following person who is 
interested in the estate:
Name:                        (name of person interested in the estate)                            
This notice is given to the following on behalf of that person:
?	the Public Trustee, or
?	the person's attorney, trustee or guardian: 
Name:                          (name of attorney, trustee or guardian)                   
Complete address:  _______________________________________
Why are you receiving this notice?
2.	The law requires that this notice be given to you because you are 
(tick all applicable boxes)
?	the attorney under an enduring power of attorney for the person 
interested in the estate,
?	the trustee for the person interested in the estate,
?	the guardian of the person interested in the estate, or
?	the Public Trustee and because the person interested in the estate 
(tick the applicable box)
		?  was a minor on the date of the deceased's death,
		?  is a missing person as defined in the Public Trustee Act, or
		?  is a represented adult for whom the Public Trustee is trustee.
What other notice are you receiving?
3.	Included with this notice is a Personal Representative's Notice to 
Beneficiaries, which provides further information about the nature 
of the interest of the person on whose behalf you have been given 
this notice, information about the personal representative who has 
given you this notice and information about the estate.
Instruction to Personal Representative:  Include the following only if this notice is 
being given to the Public Trustee because the person interested in the estate is a 
minor:
Who is the minor's guardian?
4.	The name and contact information for the minor's guardian are:
Guardian's Name  ____________________________________________ 
?  Telephone no.  ________________  ?  e-mail  _________________ 
?  Mailing address ___________________________________________ 
?  Other ___________________________________________________

27   This Regulation comes into force on the coming into 
force of the Estate Administration Act.



Alberta Regulation 45/2015
Security Services and Investigators Act
SECURITY SERVICES AND INVESTIGATORS 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 19, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 087/2015) 
on March 19, 2015 pursuant to section 48 of the Security Services and Investigators 
Act. 
1   The Security Services and Investigators Regulation 
(AR 52/2010) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1 is amended by adding the following after 
clause (b):


	(c)	"automotive locksmith bypass tool" means any instrument 
designed, or that can be modified or adapted, to operate the 
locks, ignition or other switches on a motor vehicle.

3   Section 2(e) is repealed and the following is substituted:
	(e)	in the Minister's opinion, any individual who performs an 
activity described under Part 1 of the Act, except the 
activities described in sections 4 and 5 of the Act, if that 
activity is incidental to the individual's primary job duties or 
functions.

4   Section 4(1) is repealed and the following is substituted:
Business licensee reporting requirements
4(1)  A business licensee must report to the Registrar in writing any 
incident described under section 19(d) to (i) of the Act within 24 
hours of the incident becoming known to the business licensee.

5   Section 5(b) is repealed and the following is substituted:
	(b)	if the report relates to an ongoing investigation, inspection, 
complaint, court proceeding or administrative proceeding, for 
a minimum of 2 years after the investigation, inspection, 
complaint, court proceeding or administrative proceeding has 
concluded,

6   Section 6 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Locksmith tools
6(1)  In this section, "locksmith tools" mean any instruments 
designed or that can be modified or adapted, to manipulate manual, 
electronic, computerized or other locking systems. 
(2)  A locksmith business licensee must keep records of any 
locksmith tools used in the course of the locksmith licensee's 
employment and provide these records to the Registrar on request.
(3)  If a locksmith business licensee provides locksmith tools to its 
locksmith licensee, the locksmith business must ensure the locksmith 
tools used by a locksmith licensee are returned to the owner of the 
tools on termination of employment of the locksmith licensee.

7   Section 7 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Automotive lock bypass tools
7(1)  If an automotive lock bypass business licensee provides 
automotive lock bypass tools to its automotive lock bypass worker 
licensees, the automotive lock bypass business must ensure the 
automotive lock bypass tools used by an automotive lock bypass 
worker licensee are returned to the owner of the tools on termination 
of employment of the automotive lock bypass worker licensee.
(2)  Automotive locksmith bypass tools mean any instruments 
designed, or that can be modified or adapted, to operate the locks, 
ignition or other switches on a motor vehicle.

8   Section 9 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Authorized weapons and equipment
9(1)  An individual licensee may be authorized, by the individual 
licensee's licence, to carry and use the following weapons and 
equipment:
	(a)	in the case of security services workers and investigators, 
batons not longer than 26 inches in length;
	(b)	in the case of locksmiths, any instrument designed, modified 
or adapted to manipulate manual, electronic, computerized or 
other locking systems;
	(c)	in the case of automotive lock bypass workers, any 
automotive locksmith bypass tools.

9   Section 13 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Advertising
13   A business licensee shall not advertise or promote services that 
the business licensee is not licensed to provide.

10   Section 15 is amended by striking out "section 6(1) or (2)" 
and substituting "section 6(1), (2) or (3)".

11   Section 16 is amended by striking out "March 31, 2015" 
and substituting "March 31, 2023".


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Alberta Regulation 46/2015
Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act
ADMINISTRATIVE PENALTY (EXTENSION OF EXPIRY 
DATE) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 19, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 088/2015) 
on March 19, 2015 pursuant to section 239 of the Environmental Protection and 
Enhancement Act. 
1   The Administrative Penalty Regulation (AR 23/2003) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 6 is amended by striking out "June 30, 2015" and 
substituting "June 30, 2017".


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Alberta Regulation 47/2015
Forest and Prairie Protection Act
THE FOREST AND PRAIRIE PROTECTION REGULATIONS, PART I 
(EXTENSION OF EXPIRY DATE) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 19, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 089/2015) 
on March 19, 2015 pursuant to section 41 of the Forest and Prairie Protection Act. 
1   The Forest and Prairie Protection Regulations, Part I 
(AR 135/72) are amended by this Regulation.
2   Section 30 is amended by striking out "March 31, 2015" 
and substituting "March 31, 2017".


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Alberta Regulation 48/2015
Public Lands Act
RECREATIONAL ACCESS (EXTENSION OF EXPIRY 
DATE) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 19, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 091/2015) 
and the Minister of Environment and Sustainable Resource Development 
(M.O. 07/2015) on March 19, 2015 pursuant to sections 9 and 62.1, respectively of 
the Public Lands Act. 
1   The Recreational Access Regulation (AR 228/2003) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 25 is amended by striking out "March 31, 2015" 
and substituting "March 31, 2017".


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Alberta Regulation 49/2015
Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION AND PROTECTION OF PRIVACY 
(EXTENSION OF EXPIRY DATE) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 19, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 094/2015) 
on March 19, 2015 pursuant to section 94 of the Freedom of Information and 
Protection of Privacy Act. 
1   The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy 
Regulation (AR 186/2008) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 21 is amended by striking out "June 30, 2015" and 
substituting "June 30, 2020".



Alberta Regulation 50/2015
Health Information Act 
Hospitals Act 
Protection for Persons in Care Act 
Regional Health Authorities Act
HEALTH REGULATIONS (EXTENSION OF EXPIRY DATE) 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 19, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 095/2015) 
on March 19, 2015 pursuant to section 108 of the Health Information Act, section 60 
of the Hosptials Act, section  26 of the Protection for Persons in Care Act and sections 
11.1 and 23 of the Regional Health Authorities Act.
1   The Hospitals Foundation Regulation (AR 27/2007) is 
amended in section 5 by striking out "March 31, 2015" and 
substituting "March 31, 2018".

2   The Regional Health Authorities Foundations Regulation 
(AR 28/2007) is amended in section 21 by striking out 
"March 31, 2015" and substituting "March 31, 2018".

3   The Alberta Cancer Foundation Regulation (AR 70/2009) 
is amended in section 18 by striking out "March 31, 2015" and 
substituting "March 31, 2018".

4   The Cancer Registry Regulation (AR 71/2009) is 
amended in section 10 by striking out "March 31, 2015" and 
substituting "March 31, 2018".

5   The Protection for Persons in Care Regulation 
(AR 97/2010) is amended in section 5 by striking out "June 
15, 2015" and substituting "June 15, 2018".

6   The Alberta Electronic Health Record Regulation 
(AR 118/2010) is amended in section 8 by striking out "April 
30, 2015" and substituting "April 30, 2018".



Alberta Regulation 51/2015
Labour Relations Code
REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY COLLECTIVE BARGAINING 
(EXTENSION OF EXPIRY DATE) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 19, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 097/2015) 
on March 19, 2015 pursuant to section 162.1 of the Labour Relations Code. 
1   The Regional Health Authority Collective Bargaining 
Regulation (AR 80/2003) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 22 is amended by striking out "March 31, 2015" 
and substituting "March 31, 2016".


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Alberta Regulation 52/2015
Government Organization Act
ELEVATING DEVICES, PASSENGER ROPEWAYS AND AMUSEMENT 
RIDES ADMINMISTRATION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 19, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 101/2015) 
on March 19, 2015 pursuant to Schedule 10, section 2 of the Government 
Organization Act. 
1   The Elevating Devices, Passenger Ropeways and 
Amusement Rides Administration Regulation (AR 76/2011) 
is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1 is amended
	(a)	in clause (c) by adding "for the relevant discipline" after 
"Safety Codes Act";
	(b)	by repealing clause (d) and substituting the 
following:
	(d)	"amusement ride" means an amusement ride or 
amusement device within the meaning of the CAN/CSA 
Standard Z267-00 Safety Code for Amusement Rides 
and Devices including Appendix C (Nondestructive 
Testing) as varied by and declared in force by the 
Amusement Rides Standards Regulation (AR 223/2001), 
but does not include anything to which that Standard is 
stated by its Clause 1.5 not to apply;
	(c)	in clause (f) by adding "Accredited" before "Agency";
	(d)	by repealing clause (h) and substituting the 
following:
	(h)	"elevating device" means
	(i)	respecting CAN/CSA B355-00 Lifts for Persons 
with Physical Disabilities, including CAN/CSA 
s1-02 Supplement No. 1 as varied by and declared 
in force by the Elevating Devices Codes 
Regulation (AR 62/2009), a lift as defined in that 
Standard and as listed in its Clause 1.2, but does 
not include things to which that Standard is stated 
not to apply by its Clause 1.3,
	(ii)	respecting CAN/CSA Standard B311-02 Safety 
Code for Manlifts as varied by and declared in 
force by the Elevating Devices Codes Regulation 
(AR 62/2009), a manlift (endless-belt type, 
hand-powered counterbalanced type and 
power-type) as defined in that Standard and for 
which minimum requirements are specified by that 
Standard, but does not include things to which that 
Standard is stated not to apply by its Clause 1.2,
	(iii)	respecting ASME A17.1/CSA B44-07 Safety Code 
for Elevators and Escalators as varied by and 
declared in force by the Elevating Devices Codes 
Regulation (AR 62/2009), the equipment covered 
by that Code as stated in its Requirement 1.1.1, but 
does not include the equipment not covered by that 
Code as stated by its Requirement 1.1.2, and
	(iv)	respecting CAN/CSA Standard Z185-M87 
(R2001) Safety Code for Personnel Hoists, the 
things to which that Standard applies as stated in 
its Requirement 1.1, but does not include things to 
which that Standard does not apply as stated by its 
Requirement 1.3;
	(e)	by repealing clause (i) and substituting the 
following:
	(i)	"Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy 
Coordinator" means an employee of the Government 
designated by the Deputy Minister as a Freedom of 
Information and Protection of Privacy Coordinator;
	(f)	by repealing clause (l) and substituting the 
following:
	(l)	"passenger ropeway" means a passenger ropeway or 
passenger conveyor within the meaning of CSA 
Standard Z98-07, Passenger Ropeways and Passenger 
Conveyors, as varied by and declared in force under the 
Passenger Ropeways and Passenger Conveyors 
Standards Regulation (AR 190/2008);
	(g)	in clause (m) by striking out "286/2002" and 
substituting "28/2012";
	(h)	by repealing clause (p)(i) and substituting the 
following:
	(i)	an Authorized Accredited Agency that has been 
authorized to conduct and report on safety inspections 
for existing elevating devices, or

3   Section 2 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1)(a) by striking out "286/2002" and 
substituting "28/2012";
	(b)	by repealing subsection (3).

4   Section 3 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Authorization to assess and collect
3   The Association is authorized
	(a)	to impose assessments, fees and charges with the 
approval of the Minister, and
	(b)	to collect money from the levy of the assessments, fees 
and charges, 
with respect to the powers, duties and functions delegated to it under 
this Regulation, on persons who apply for or are provided with 
services, materials or programs, including, but not limited to, 
providing information, issuing a permit, certificate or other thing, or 
notifying, filing with or registering any thing with the Association.

5   Section 4(1) is amended
	(a)	by repealing clause (c) and substituting the 
following:
	(c)	any confidential records or information acquired by the 
Association, its directors, officers, employees and 
agents in the course of carrying out their powers, duties 
and functions under this Regulation must not be 
disclosed or made known to any other person, except as 
is necessary to carry out those powers, duties and 
functions or in a manner consistent with the Freedom of 
Information and Protection of Privacy Act; 
	(b)	in clause (d) 
	(i)	by adding "made" before "under";
	(ii)	by striking out "Act made" and substituting "Act";
	(iii)	by striking out "Freedom of Information 
Coordinator" and substituting "Freedom of 
Information and Protection of Privacy Coordinator".

6   Sections 5 and 6 are repealed.

7   Section 7(3) is amended by striking out "accredited agency" 
wherever it occurs and substituting "Authorized Accredited 
Agency".

8   Section 8(1) is amended
	(a)	by adding ", or the failure to take an action or make a 
decision," after "made";
	(b)	in clause (b) by adding "Accredited" after "Authorized".

9   Section 9 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (2)
	(i)	in clause (b) by striking out "matters related to 
protection of privacy" and substituting "freedom of 
information and protection of privacy matters";
	(ii)	by repealing clause (c);
	(iii)	in clause (d) by adding "and must be managed in 
accordance with the Freedom of Information and 
Protection of Privacy Act" after "Alberta";
	(iv)	in clause (e) by striking out "confidentiality of 
information" and substituting "confidentiality of 
personal information";
	(v)	in clause (f) by adding "and Protection of Privacy" 
before "Coordinator";
	(b)	in subsection (3)
	(i)	by striking out "elevators," and substituting 
"elevating devices,";
	(ii)	in clause (n) by striking out "286/2002" and 
substituting "28/2012";
	(iii)	in clause (o)
	(A)	by striking out "5(1)" and substituting 
"6(1)";
	(B)	by striking out "286/2002" and substituting 
"28/2012";
	(iv)	in clause (p)
	(A)	by striking out "7(4)" and substituting 
"8(1)(b)";
	(B)	by striking out "286/2002" and substituting 
"28/2012".

10   The following is added after section 10:
Advice to the Minister
10.1   The Association is authorized, with the consent of the 
Minister, to provide advice to the Minister on the powers, duties and 
functions delegated under this Regulation.

11   Section 12 is amended by striking out "April 30, 2015" 
and substituting "April 30, 2020".



Alberta Regulation 53/2015
Government Organization Act
MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS GRANTS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 19, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 102/2015) 
on March 19, 2015 pursuant to section 13 of the Government Organization Act. 
1   The Municipal Affairs Grants Regulation (AR 123/2000) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 11 is amended by striking out "March 31, 2015" 
and substituting "March 31, 2017".

3   Schedule 2 is amended in section 1(3) by striking out 
"2015" and substituting "2017".

4   Schedules 4 and 5 are repealed.


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Alberta Regulation 54/2015
Municipal Government Act
PRINCIPLES AND CRITERIA FOR OFF-SITE LEVIES (EXTENSION 
OF EXPIRY DATE) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 19, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 104/2015) 
on March 19, 2015 pursuant to section 694 of the Municipal Government Act. 
1   The Principles and Criteria for Off-site Levies Regulation 
(AR 48/2004) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 4 is amended by striking out "March 31, 2015" and 
substituting "March 31, 2018".



Alberta Regulation 55/2015
Mines and Minerals Act
MINERAL RIGHTS COMPENSATION (EXTENSION OF EXPIRY 
DATE) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 19, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 105/2015) 
on March 19, 2015 pursuant to section 5 of the Mines and Minerals Act. 
1   The Mineral Rights Compensation Regulation 
(AR 317/2003) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 14 is amended by striking out "April 30, 2015" and 
substituting "April 30, 2020".


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Alberta Regulation 56/2015
Mines and Minerals Act 
Natural Gas Marketing Act 
Small Power Research and Development Act
ENERGY REGULATIONS (ADDITION OF EXPIRY DATE) 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 19, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 106/2015) 
on March 19, 2015 pursuant to sections 5 and 36 of the Mines and Minerals Act, 
sections 8, 12, 14 and 27 of the Natural Gas Marketing Act and section 7 of the Small 
Power Research and Development Act. 
1   The Coal Royalty Regulation (AR 295/92) is amended by 
adding the following after section 11:
Expiry
11.1   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 June 30, 2020.

2   The Metallic and Industrial Minerals Royalty Regulation 
(AR 350/93) is amended
	(a)	in the title of Part 5 by adding "Expiry and" before 
"Repeal";
	(b)	by adding the following before section 17:
Expiry
16.1   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 June 30, 2020.

3   The Natural Gas Marketing Regulation (AR 358/86) is 
amended by adding the following after section 28:
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 June 30, 2020.

4   The Revenue Adjustment Regulation (AR 358/94) is 
amended by adding the following after section 13:
Expiry
14   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 June 30, 2020.

5   The Small Power Research and Development Regulation 
(AR 336/88) is amended by adding the following after 
section 14:
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 June 30, 2020.



Alberta Regulation 57/2015
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
ALBERTA VEGETABLE GROWERS (PROCESSING) PLAN 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 19, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 108/2015) 
on March 19, 2015 pursuant to section 23 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products 
Act. 
1   The Alberta Vegetable Growers (Processing) Plan 
Regulation (AR 273/97) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1 is amended


	(a)	by adding the following after clause (b):
	(b.1)	"director" means a director of the Board;
	(b)	by adding the following after clause (c.01):
	(c.02)	"licensed processor" means a person who holds a 
processor's licence under the Alberta Vegetable 
Growers (Processing) Marketing Regulation 
(AR 160/2007);
	(c)	in clause (c.1) by striking out "Alberta Vegetable 
Growers (Processing) Production and Marketing Regulation 
(AR 283/97)" and substituting "Alberta Vegetable 
Growers (Processing) Marketing Regulation 
(AR 160/2007)";
	(d)	by adding the following after clause (g):
	(g.1)	"producer" means any person who produces the 
regulated product within any of the districts described in 
section 10;
	(e)	in clause (i.1) by striking out "Alberta Vegetable 
Growers (Processing) Production and Marketing Regulation 
(AR 283/97)" and substituting "Alberta Vegetable 
Growers (Processing) Marketing Regulation 
(AR 160/2007)";

3   Section 5(c) is amended
	(a)	by striking out ", (g) and (i)" and substituting "and 
(g)";
	(b)	by striking out "(j)" and substituting "(h.1)".

4   Section 6 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1) by striking out "fees" and 
substituting "other money payable to or received by the 
Board";
	(b)	in subsection (4) by striking out "and levies".

5   Section 8 is amended
	(a)	by repealing clause (d) and substituting the 
following:
	(d)	to establish and maintain a system of marketing 
whereby the regulated product is marketed through 
processors in accordance with this Plan and the 
regulations made in respect of this Plan;
	(b)	by repealing clause (g) and substituting the 
following:
	(g)	to ensure the supply of sufficient regulated product to 
processors;
	(c)	by adding the following after clause (j):
	(k)	to establish the negotiating agencies to settle matters 
regarding prices and the terms, conditions and forms of 
agreements relating to the marketing of the regulated 
product.

6   Section 9 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1)
	(i)	in clause (f)
	(A)	in subclause (i) by striking out "and licence 
fees, as the case may be,";
	(B)	in subclause (ii) by striking out "and licence 
fees, as the case may be";
	(ii)	in clause (g)(i) by striking out "or licence fees, as 
the case may be,";
	(iii)	in clause (h) by striking out ", licence fees";
	(iv)	by repealing clause (i);
	(b)	in subsection (2)
	(i)	by repealing clause (b);
	(ii)	by adding the following before clause (e):
	(d.1)	regulating and controlling the production or 
marketing, or both, of the regulated product, 
including the times and places at which the 
regulated product may be produced or marketed;
	(iii)	in clause (f) by striking out "and determining 
different prices for the areas of Alberta to which the 
Plan applies";
	(iv)	in clause (g) by striking out "and levies";
	(v)	by adding the following after clause (h):
	(h.1)	regulating and controlling agreements entered into 
by producers of the regulated product with persons 
engaged in marketing or processing of the 
regulated product, including to prohibit any 
provision in the agreements.
	(vi)	by repealing clause (i).

7   Section 11 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Composition of Board
11(1)  The Board consists of 5 directors representing the area of 
Alberta to which the Plan applies.
(2)  The directors shall, at the conclusion of every annual general 
meeting, elect a chair and a vice-chair from among themselves, each 
for a one-year term.
(3)  The Board may remove the chair if
	(a)	in the opinion of the Board the chair no longer represents the 
interests of the vegetable processing industry, and
	(b)	at least 3 of the 5 directors, other than the chair, vote to do 
so.
(4)  The Board may remove the vice-chair if
	(a)	in the opinion of the Board the vice-chair no longer 
represents the interests of the vegetable processing industry, 
and
	(b)	at least 3 of the 5 directors, other than the vice-chair, vote to 
do so.

8   Section 14(1) is amended by repealing clauses (b) and 
(c).

9   Section 15(1) is amended by striking out "member of the 
Board" and substituting "director".

10   Section 16 is amended by striking out "Board members" 
and substituting "directors".

11   Section 17 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Term of office of directors
17(1)   The term of office of a director commences at the conclusion 
of the annual general meeting at which the election is held to fill the 
office and terminates on the conclusion of the annual general 
meeting held in the 3rd year following the year in which the term 
commenced.
(2)  No individual shall serve more than 3 consecutive 3-year terms 
as director.
(3)  If an individual serves for 9 consecutive years as director, that 
individual is not eligible to serve again as director until the annual 
general meeting following the annual general meeting in which that 
individual's term expired.
Transitional
17.1(1)  Notwithstanding section 17(1), at the 2015 annual general 
meeting, the licensed producers must elect
	(a)	2 individuals each as directors for a 3-year term,
	(b)	one individual as director for a one-year term, and
	(c)	one individual as director for a 2-year term.
(2)  This section is repealed immediately following the conclusion of 
the 2015 annual general meeting.

12   Section 18 is amended by striking out "member of the 
Board" wherever it occurs and substituting "director". 

13   Section 19 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Vacancy
19(1)  If a director's position becomes vacant during the director's 
term of office, the Board may, with the approval of Council, appoint 
from among the individuals eligible to be elected to the vacant 
position, an individual
	(a)	to fill the position for the unexpired portion of the term, or
	(b)	to act as a director until the date of the next annual general 
meeting, at which time the position is to be filled by an 
election held in accordance with this Regulation of a director 
to hold office for the unexpired portion of the term.
(2)  An individual who fills a position or acts as a director pursuant 
to subsection (1) for 18 months or less is not considered to have 
served a term as a director for the purposes of section 17(3).
(3)  If a director's position as chair becomes vacant during the 
chair's term of office, the vice-chair must assume the position and 
the responsibilities of the chair for the unexpired portion of the term.
(4)  If a director's position as vice-chair becomes vacant during the 
vice-chair's term of office, the Board must elect from among 
themselves a vice-chair to serve the unexpired portion of the term.

14   Section 20(1) is amended by striking out "members of the 
Board" and substituting "directors".

15  Section 21 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1)(b)
	(i)	by striking out "members of the Board" and 
substituting "directors";
	(ii)	by striking out "number of members" and 
substituting "number of directors";
	(b)	by adding the following after subsection (1):
(1.1)  If an individual is appointed as a proxy and the 
individual is also a licensed producer or a representative of a 
licensed producer, that individual is entitled to vote in that 
individual's own right as a licensed producer or as a 
representative of a licensed producer and on behalf of the 
individual who appointed that individual as a proxy.

16   Section 22 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (6)(b) by striking out "statutory";
	(b)	in subsection (7) by striking out "statutory".

17   Section 23(3)(b) is amended 
	(a)	by striking out "or" at the end of subclause (i);
	(b)	in subclause (ii) by striking out "statutory" and by 
adding "or" after "section 22(6)(b),";
	(c)	by adding the following after subclause (ii):
	(iii)	that individual has been appointed as a proxy pursuant 
to section 20(3) and deposits with the returning officer 
the document under which the proxy is appointed 
pursuant to section 20(4);

18   Section 25 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1)(b) by striking out "members of the 
Board" and substituting "directors";
	(b)	in subsection (2) by striking out "members" and 
substituting "directors".

19   Section 31 is amended by striking out "June 30, 2015" 
and substituting "November 30, 2020".



Alberta Regulation 58/2015
Electric Utilities Act 
Gas Utilities Act
CODE OF CONDUCT REGULATION
Filed: March 20, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Energy (M.O. 11/2015) on March 19, 
2015 pursuant to sections 108, 115 and 143 of the Electric Utilities Act and sections 
28.1 and 28.2 of the Gas Utilities Act. 
Table of Contents
Part 1 
Interpretation
	1	Interpretation
	2	Affiliated electricity retailer and affiliated gas retailer defined
Part 2 
Conduct and Business  
Practices
	3	Conduct


Division 1 
Customers
	4	Tying prohibited
	5	Transfer of customers
	6	Prohibited representation
	7	Advertising
	8	Meetings between distributors or regulated rate  
suppliers and retailers and customers
Division 2 
Customer Information
	9	Confidentiality of customer information
	10	Disclosure of customer information
	11	Conditions on disclosure of customer information
	12	Historical electricity or gas usage
	13	Aggregated customer information
Division 3 
Business Practices of Distributors  
and Regulated Rate Suppliers
	14	Equal treatment of retailers
	15	Prohibitions
	16	Information about retail energy services
Part 3 
Relationships Among Distributors, Regulated  
Rate Suppliers and Affiliated Providers
Division 1 
Preventing Unfair Competitive Advantage
	17	Arrangements creating unfair competitive advantage prohibited
	18	Information sharing
	19	Retailer seeking customer information
	20	Acquisitions, research and dispositions
	21	Goods and services transactions to be at fair market value
	22	Financial transactions
	23	Entities carrying on more than one business
	24	Access to publicly available information
Division 2 
Records and Accounts
	25	Records and accounts
	26	Written financial transactions
	27	Records of transactions for goods and services
	28	Maintaining records
Part 4 
Compliance Requirements
Division 1 
Compliance Plans and Compliance Reports
	29	Prohibition against providing retail energy  
services without approved compliance plan
	30	Compliance plan required
	31	Approval by Commission
	32	Changes to compliance plan
	33	Quarterly and annual compliance reports
	34	Information about complaints
	35	Publication of compliance plans and reports
	36	Regulation prevails
Division 2 
Varying Arrangements
	37	Alternative compliance arrangements
	38	Emergency exceptions
Division 3 
Compliance Audit
	39	Appointment of auditor
	40	Audit
	41	Audit report
Division 4 
Investigations
	42	Referral of matters to MSA
	43	Notice to Commission of MSA investigations
	44	Information sharing between Commission and MSA
Part 5 
Transitional Provisions, Repeal  
and Coming into Force
	45	Approvals under Code of Conduct Regulation (AR 160/2003)
	46	Approvals under Code of Conduct Regulation (AR 183/2003)
	47	Consents continued
	48	Market Surveillance Administrator and Commission duties
	49	Repeal
	50	Expiry
	51	Coming into force
Part 1 
Interpretation
Interpretation
1(1)  In this Regulation,
	(a)	"affiliated provider" 
	(i)	in respect of a distributor means 
	(A)	an affiliated electricity retailer or affiliated gas 
retailer of the distributor,
	(B)	a regulated rate supplier that is authorized by the 
distributor to provide regulated energy services, 
			and
	(ii)	in respect of a regulated rate supplier means an 
affiliated electricity retailer or affiliated gas retailer of 
the regulated rate supplier;
	(b)	"auditor" means an auditor appointed under section 39;
	(c)	"compliance plan" means a compliance plan approved under 
section 31, as amended from time to time;
	(d)	"customer"
	(i)	in respect of the electricity market means customer as 
defined in the Electric Utilities Act, and
	(ii)	in respect of the natural gas market means customer as 
defined in the Gas Utilities Act;
	(e)	"customer information" means information about a customer 
that
	(i)	is uniquely associated with the customer,
	(ii)	could be used to identify the customer, or
	(iii)	is provided by the customer to a distributor, a regulated 
rate supplier or a retailer;
	(f)	"distributor" 
	(i)	in respect of the electricity market means an owner of 
an electric distribution system, but in the case of  an 
entity that carries on both the business of an owner of an 
electric distribution system and the business of a 
regulated rate provider does not include the entity when 
carrying on the business of a regulated rate provider, 
and
	(ii)	in respect of the natural gas market means a gas 
distributor, but in the case of an entity that carries on 
both the business of a gas distributor and the business of 
a default supply provider does not include the entity 
when carrying on the business of a default supply 
provider;
	(g)	"electricity market" means market as defined in the Electric 
Utilities Act;
	(h)	"energy services"
	(i)	in respect of the electricity market means electricity 
services, and 
	(ii)	in respect of the natural gas market means gas services 
or gas distribution services; 
	(i)	"fair market value" means the price available in an open and 
unrestricted market between informed and prudent parties 
acting at arm's length and under no compulsion to act, 
expressed in terms of money;
	(j)	"financial transaction" includes a loan agreement, a grant of 
security, a guarantee and any other similar arrangement for 
obtaining funds or credit;
	(k)	"Market Surveillance Administrator" means the corporation 
continued by section 32 of the Alberta Utilities Commission 
Act;
	(l)	"natural gas market" means natural gas market as defined in 
section 31 of the Alberta Utilities Commission Act;
	(m)	"provide" includes sell;
	(n)	"regulated energy services" 
	(i)	in respect of the electricity market means electricity 
services the costs of which are recoverable under a tariff 
referred to in section 102 or 103 of the Electric Utilities 
Act that has been approved, and
	(ii)	in respect of the natural gas market means 
	(A)	gas services the costs of which are recoverable 
under a default rate tariff, or
	(B)	gas distribution services the costs of which are 
recoverable under a distribution tariff;
	(o)	"regulated rate supplier" 
	(i)	in respect of the electricity market means a regulated 
rate provider, and
	(ii)	in respect of the natural gas market means a default 
supply provider;
	(p)	"regulated rate tariff" 
	(i)	in respect of the electricity market means a tariff  
referred to in section 103 of the Electric Utilities Act 
that has been approved, and
	(ii)	in respect of the natural gas market means a default rate 
tariff;
	(q)	"retail energy services"
	(i)	in respect of the electricity market means retail 
electricity services, and
	(ii)	in respect of the natural gas market means retail gas 
services;
	(r)	"retail tariff" means a tariff for retail energy services;
	(s)	"retailer"
	(i)	in respect of the electricity market means retailer as 
defined in the Electric Utilities Act, and
	(ii)	in respect of the natural gas market means retailer as 
defined in the Gas Utilities Act;
	(t)	"tariff" means a document that sets out 
	(i)	rates for energy services, and 
	(ii)	terms and conditions that apply in respect of energy 
services;
	(u)	"terms and conditions", in respect of a tariff, includes the 
standards, classifications, regulations, practices and measures 
that apply to energy services provided under the tariff. 
(2)  If a distributor, regulated rate supplier or retailer has made 
arrangements under which another person performs any or all of the 
functions of the distributor, regulated rate supplier or retailer, a 
reference in this Regulation to distributor, regulated rate supplier or 
retailer in respect of any of those functions is also a reference to that 
person.
Affiliated electricity retailer and affiliated gas retailer defined
2(1)  For the purposes of the Electric Utilities Act and the Gas Utilities 
Act,
	(a)	"affiliated electricity retailer" means a retailer that is an 
affiliate of
	(i)	an owner of an electric distribution system, or
	(ii)	the regulated rate provider of an owner of an electric 
distribution system;
	(b)	"affiliated gas retailer" means a retailer that is an affiliate of
	(i)	a gas distributor, or 
	(ii)	the default supply provider of a gas distributor.
(2)  For the purposes of subsection (1), a retailer is an affiliate of an 
owner of an electric distribution system, a gas distributor, a regulated 
rate provider or a default supply provider
	(a)	if the retailer 
	(i)	is a corporation of which the owner of the electric 
distribution system, gas distributor, regulated rate 
provider or default supply provider legally or 
beneficially owns or controls, directly or indirectly,
	(A)	at least 10% of the voting shares or securities that 
are convertible into at least 10% of the voting 
shares, or
	(B)	an exercisable option or right to purchase at least 
10% of the voting shares or securities that are 
convertible into at least 10% of the voting shares,
	(ii)	is a member of a joint venture with the owner of the 
electric distribution system, gas distributor, regulated 
rate provider or default supply provider,
	(iii)	is in a partnership with the owner of the electric 
distribution system, gas distributor, regulated rate 
provider or default supply provider, including, without 
limitation, a general partner of a limited partnership,
	(iv)	shares office space or office equipment with the owner 
of the electric distribution system, gas distributor, 
regulated rate provider or default supply provider,
	(v)	accesses or uses the computer system or information 
system of the owner of an electric distribution system, 
gas distributor, regulated rate provider or default supply 
provider, or
	(vi)	employs or engages persons jointly with the owner of 
the electric distribution system, gas distributor, 
regulated rate provider or default supply provider, 
		or
	(b)	if another person legally or beneficially owns or controls, 
directly or indirectly, at least a 10% interest in each of the 
retailer and the owner of the electric distribution system, gas 
distributor, regulated rate provider or default supply provider, 
by way of voting shares, securities that are convertible into 
voting shares, an exercisable option or right to purchase 
voting shares, or securities that are convertible into voting 
shares, or otherwise.
Part 2 
Conduct and Business Practices
Conduct
3(1)  Each distributor, regulated rate supplier and retailer shall 
	(a)	conduct itself and its activities in compliance with this 
Regulation, and 
	(b)	ensure that any person it has authorized to perform functions 
on its behalf complies with this Regulation with respect to 
those functions.
(2)  Each distributor, regulated rate supplier and affiliated provider 
shall conduct itself and its activities in compliance with its compliance 
plan.
Division 1 
Customers
Tying prohibited
4(1)  No distributor or regulated rate supplier shall make the provision 
of regulated energy services to a customer conditional on the customer 
acquiring any other goods or services from a retailer.
(2)  No distributor, regulated rate supplier or retailer shall represent 
that the provision of regulated energy services to a customer is 
conditional on the customer acquiring any other goods or services from 
a retailer.
Transfer of customers
5   No distributor or regulated rate supplier shall
	(a)	transfer a customer to a retailer, or
	(b)	transfer a customer from a regulated rate tariff to a retail 
tariff
without the customer's consent.
Prohibited representation
6   No distributor, regulated rate supplier or retailer shall represent that 
the customers of a regulated rate supplier or a retailer receive treatment 
from the distributor or regulated rate supplier that is different from the 
treatment received by any other customers.
Advertising
7(1)  If either the name or logo of an affiliated provider of a distributor 
or regulated rate supplier is similar to the name or logo of the 
distributor or regulated rate supplier, the affiliated provider shall, in 
accordance with this section, include the following statement on its 
website and in any advertising that markets energy services:
All customers are free to purchase natural gas services from the 
default supply provider or from a retailer of their choice and to 
purchase electricity services from the regulated rate provider or 
from a retailer of their choice.  The delivery of natural gas and 
electricity to you is not affected by your choice.  If you change 
who you purchase natural gas services or electricity services from, 
you will continue receiving natural gas and electricity from the 
distribution company in your service area.  For a current list of 
retailers you may choose from, visit www.ucahelps.gov.ab.ca or 
call 310-4822 (toll free in Alberta).
(2)  An entity, including a rural electrification association, that carries 
on both the business of a distributor or regulated rate supplier and the 
business of a retailer shall, in accordance with this section, include the 
following statement on its website and in any advertising that markets 
energy services:
All customers are free to purchase natural gas services from the 
default supply provider or from a retailer of their choice and to 
purchase electricity services from the regulated rate provider or 
from a retailer of their choice.  The delivery of natural gas and 
electricity to you is not affected by your choice.  If you change 
who you purchase natural gas services or electricity services from, 
you will continue receiving natural gas and electricity from the 
distribution company in your service area.  For a current list of 
retailers you may choose from, visit www.ucahelps.gov.ab.ca or 
call 310-4822 (toll free in Alberta).
(3)  In the case of a website, and in the case of written advertising that 
markets energy services that is mailed or emailed to a customer or 
placed on the internet, the statement referred to in subsection (1) or (2) 
must be
	(a)	on the main page of the website, if applicable,
	(b)	on the first page of the written advertising, if applicable,
	(c)	in at least 12-point bold type, and
	(d)	in a colour that contrasts with the background.
Meetings between distributors or regulated  
rate suppliers and retailers and customers
8   Each distributor and regulated rate supplier shall make a reasonable 
effort to be available equally to all retailers for joint meetings with the 
retailer and the retailer's customers.
Division 2 
Customer Information
Confidentiality of customer information 
9   No distributor, regulated rate supplier or retailer, and no officer, 
employee, contractor or agent of a distributor, regulated rate supplier 
or retailer, shall disclose customer information except as permitted by 
section 10.
Disclosure of customer information 
10(1)  A distributor, regulated rate supplier or retailer, or an officer, 
employee, contractor or agent of a distributor, regulated rate supplier 
or retailer, may disclose customer information if
	(a)	the customer has consented to the disclosure of the 
information in accordance with subsection (2),
	(b)	the disclosure is permitted by subsection (3), or
	(c)	the disclosure is otherwise authorized under 
	(i)	the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy 
Act, in the case of a distributor, regulated rate supplier 
or retailer to which that Act applies, or
	(ii)	the Personal Information Protection Act, in the case of 
a distributor, regulated rate supplier or retailer to which 
that Act applies. 
(2)  For the purposes of this section, the consent of a customer to the 
disclosure of customer information about the customer has no effect 
unless
	(a)	the consent is in writing or electronic or recorded form,
	(b)	the customer information that is authorized to be disclosed is 
itemized in the consent,
	(c)	the consent sets out the period of time that the consent is in 
effect, and
	(d)	in the case of a disclosure of customer information to a 
retailer, the consent indicates 
	(i)	the retailer or retailers to which the customer 
information may be disclosed, or 
	(ii)	that the customer information may be disclosed to any 
or all retailers.
(3)  Customer information about a customer may be disclosed without 
the customer's consent 
	(a)	if the customer information is contained in aggregated 
information that is disclosed in accordance with section 13,
	(b)	by a distributor to a default supplier appointed by the 
distributor under the Roles, Relationships and 
Responsibilities Regulation, 2003 (AR 169/2003), 
	(c)	for the sole purpose of preventing an interruption of energy 
services,
	(d)	to the customer's retailer or regulated rate supplier,
	(e)	for the purpose of an audit under Part 4,
	(f)	for the purpose of a court proceeding or a proceeding before 
a quasi-judicial body to which the customer is a party,
	(g)	for the purpose of complying with a subpoena, warrant or 
order issued or made by a court, person or body having 
jurisdiction to require or compel the production of 
information or with a rule of court that relates to the 
production of information,
	(h)	to a peace officer for the purpose of investigating an offence 
or to assist in an investigation undertaken with a view to a 
law enforcement proceeding or from which a law 
enforcement proceeding is likely to result,
	(i)	if the disclosure is required by law or by an order of a 
government agency having jurisdiction over a distributor, 
regulated rate supplier or retailer,
	(j)	to the Market Surveillance Administrator or a person 
authorized by the Market Surveillance Administrator,
	(k)	to the Commission or a person authorized by the 
Commission,
	(l)	for the purpose of billing the customer, or
	(m)	for the purpose of collecting the customer's unpaid bill.
Conditions on disclosure of customer information
11(1)  Where a distributor or regulated rate supplier receives a written 
or electronic request for customer information about a customer from a 
retailer and the consent of the customer in accordance with section 
10(2) to the disclosure of that customer information, the distributor or 
regulated rate supplier shall disclose the customer information to the 
retailer within 7 days after receiving the request or the consent, 
whichever is later.
(2)  If, in the consent referred to in subsection (1), the customer 
consents to the disclosure of customer information about that customer 
to 2 or more retailers, the distributor or regulated rate supplier shall 
disclose the customer information to those retailers at the same time 
and in the same form and manner.
(3)  Subject to subsections (1) and (2), no distributor or regulated rate 
supplier shall inform any person of the existence of a request, consent 
or disclosure referred to in subsection (1) or (2).
Historical electricity or gas usage
12(1)  Where a distributor or regulated rate supplier receives a request 
from a retailer in writing or electronic form for disclosure of a 
customer's historical electricity or gas usage information, the 
distributor or regulated rate supplier shall, within 3 business days after 
receiving the request, disclose to the retailer the customer's electricity 
usage information or gas usage information for the previous 12-month 
period.
(2)  A retailer must not request a customer's historical electricity or gas 
usage information without the customer's consent.
Aggregated customer information
13(1)  No distributor or regulated rate supplier shall make aggregated 
information about its customers available to a retailer except in 
accordance with subsection (2).
(2)  A distributor or regulated rate supplier who makes aggregated 
information about its customers available to a retailer 
	(a)	shall ensure that the information that is made available has 
been aggregated to a degree that the information of any 
particular customer or retailer cannot be readily identified,
	(b)	shall place on its website a notice containing a clear 
description of the aggregated information and the price for 
obtaining the aggregated information at least 24 hours before 
the aggregated information is made available to a retailer, 
and shall keep the notice on its website for at least 30 days 
after the aggregated information is made available,
	(c)	shall make the aggregated information available to all 
retailers for the same price and under the same terms and 
conditions, and
	(d)	shall not charge more for the aggregated information than the 
costs incurred by the distributor or regulated rate supplier in 
aggregating the customer information and making it 
available.
Division 3 
Business Practices of Distributors and 
Regulated Rate Suppliers
Equal treatment of retailers
14(1)  Unless otherwise permitted by another enactment, no distributor 
or regulated rate supplier shall in the terms and conditions that apply to 
the regulated energy services provided by the distributor or regulated 
rate supplier
	(a)	give preferential treatment to an affiliated provider of the 
distributor or regulated rate supplier or to an affiliated 
provider's customers, or
	(b)	discriminate against any retailer or against the customers of 
any retailer.
(2)  Each distributor and regulated rate supplier shall inform all 
retailers at the same time and in the same manner of changes the 
distributor or regulated rate supplier intends to make to 
	(a)	the regulated energy services provided by the distributor or 
regulated rate supplier, or
	(b)	the terms and conditions that apply to the regulated energy 
services provided by the distributor or regulated rate supplier.
Prohibitions
15   No distributor or regulated rate supplier shall
	(a)	give information about retail energy services in a manner that 
encourages a customer to contact one retailer in preference to 
other retailers,
	(b)	solicit business on behalf of a retailer,
	(c)	include or incorporate any communication for sales or 
marketing purposes in any of the distributor's or regulated 
rate supplier's communications to customers related to 
billing for regulated energy services,
	(d)	give the appearance that it is acting on behalf of a retailer or 
that a retailer is acting on its behalf,
	(e)	give a customer advice or assistance with respect to any 
matter relating to a particular retailer, except to refer the 
customer to a source where the customer may obtain a 
current list of retailers that are licensed under the Fair 
Trading Act to engage in the marketing of electricity business 
or the marketing of gas business,
	(f)	enable users of its website to access web pages relating to 
retail energy services from web pages relating to the 
distributor's or regulated rate supplier's regulated energy 
services, unless a statement that meets the requirements of 
section 7 is displayed immediately when one website is 
accessed from the other, or
	(g)	propose adding any services to the services provided under 
the regulated rate tariff in addition to the services that are 
required in the Regulated Rate Option Regulation 
(AR 262/2005) or the Default Gas Supply Regulation 
(AR 184/2003).
Information about retail energy services
16   If a customer requests information about retail energy services 
from a distributor or regulated rate supplier, the distributor or regulated 
rate supplier shall refer the customer to a source where the customer 
may obtain a current list of retailers that are licensed under the Fair 
Trading Act to engage in the marketing of electricity business or the 
marketing of gas business.
Part 3 
Relationships Among Distributors, 
Regulated Rate Suppliers and Affiliated 
Providers
Division 1 
Preventing Unfair  
Competitive Advantage
Arrangements creating unfair competitive advantage prohibited
17(1)  A distributor and an affiliated provider of the distributor shall 
not make arrangements that create an unfair competitive advantage for 
the affiliated provider.
(2)  A regulated rate supplier and an affiliated provider of the regulated 
rate supplier shall not make arrangements that create an unfair 
competitive advantage for the regulated rate supplier or the affiliated 
provider.
(3)  An entity, including a rural electrification association, that carries 
on both the business of a distributor and the business of a regulated 
rate supplier or retailer shall not make an internal arrangement that 
creates an unfair competitive advantage for itself as a regulated rate 
supplier or retailer.
(4)  An entity, including a rural electrification association, that carries 
on both the business of a regulated rate supplier and the business of a 
retailer shall not make an internal arrangement that creates an unfair 
competitive advantage for itself as a regulated rate supplier or retailer.
(5)  A distributor or regulated rate supplier and an affiliated provider of 
the distributor or regulated rate supplier may make arrangements to 
create cost efficiencies in their operations if, in the opinion of the 
Commission, the arrangements do not create an unfair competitive 
advantage for the regulated rate supplier or the affiliated provider. 
(6)  An entity referred to in subsection (3) or (4) may make internal 
arrangements to create cost efficiencies in its operations if, in the 
opinion of the Commission, the arrangements do not create an unfair 
competitive advantage for the entity as a regulated rate supplier or 
retailer.
Information sharing
18(1)  For the purposes of section 17(1) or (2), an arrangement under 
which a distributor or regulated rate supplier shares information with 
an affiliated provider is deemed to create a competitive advantage for 
the affiliated provider unless 
	(a)	in the case of information that is not customer information, 
the sharing of information accords with subsection (2), or
	(b)	in the case of information that is customer information, the 
sharing of customer information accords with subsection (3).
(2)  A distributor or regulated rate supplier may share information that 
is not customer information with an affiliated provider if 
	(a)	no information is shared that could be used by the affiliated 
provider for marketing or sales purposes, and
	(b)	the distributor or regulated rate supplier and the affiliated 
provider 
	(i)	describe in their compliance plans how the sharing of 
information that could be used by the affiliated provider 
for marketing or sales purposes is prevented, and
	(ii)	have in place appropriate data management and 
information access protocols to ensure information that 
could be used by the affiliated provider for marketing or 
sales purposes is not shared.
(3)  A distributor or regulated rate supplier may share customer 
information with an affiliated provider if
	(a)	the distributor or regulated rate supplier and the affiliated 
provider 
	(i)	describe in their compliance plans the systems, policies 
and mechanisms that are in place to ensure that 
customer information that is received from the 
distributor or regulated rate supplier is not used by the 
affiliated provider for marketing or sales purposes, and
	(ii)	have in place appropriate data management and 
information access protocols to ensure customer 
information is not used by the affiliated provider for 
marketing or sales purposes,
		and 
	(b)	the customer information is permitted to be disclosed under 
section 10, 11, 12 or 13.
Retailer seeking customer information 
19   A retailer that seeks or receives customer information from a 
current or former officer, employee, agent or contractor of a distributor 
or regulated rate supplier for sales or marketing purposes seeks or 
obtains an unfair competitive advantage.
Acquisitions, research and dispositions
20(1)  For the purposes of section 17(1) or (2), an arrangement under 
which a distributor or regulated rate supplier and its affiliated provider
	(a)	make a joint acquisition, or
	(b)	share costs associated with research and development
is deemed to be an arrangement that creates an unfair competitive 
advantage for the affiliated provider unless the economic benefits or 
costs of the arrangement are recorded and allocated between the 
distributor or regulated rate supplier and the affiliated provider in a 
manner that accurately reflects the economic benefits or costs 
attributable to the distributor or regulated rate supplier and the 
affiliated provider.
(2)  For the purposes of section 17(1) or (2), an arrangement under 
which a distributor or regulated rate supplier and its affiliated provider 
separately or jointly dispose of property that the distributor or 
regulated rate supplier and the affiliated provider jointly acquired is 
deemed to be an arrangement that creates an unfair competitive 
advantage for the affiliated provider unless the economic benefits or 
costs of the arrangement are recorded and allocated, between the 
distributor or regulated rate supplier and the affiliated provider in a 
manner that accurately reflects the economic benefits or costs 
attributable to the distributor or regulated rate supplier and the 
affiliated provider.
Goods and services transactions to be at fair market value
21(1)  For the purposes of section 17(1) or (2), a transaction between a 
distributor or regulated rate supplier and its affiliated provider in which 
goods or services are provided or disposed of at other than fair market 
value is deemed to be an arrangement that creates an unfair 
competitive advantage for the affiliated provider.
(2)  If the value of the goods or services provided or disposed of in a 
transaction referred to in subsection (1) is regulated by a municipal, 
provincial or federal government or a government agency, the 
regulated value is the fair market value for the purposes of subsection 
(1).
Financial transactions 
22   For the purposes of section 17(1) or (2), if a distributor or 
regulated rate supplier enters into a financial transaction with, or on 
behalf of, an affiliated provider of the distributor or regulated rate 
supplier on terms that are more favourable to the affiliated provider 
than the terms that the affiliated provider could obtain on the open 
market, the financial transaction is deemed to be an arrangement that 
creates an unfair competitive advantage for the affiliated provider.
Entities carrying on more than one business 
23(1)  For the purposes of section 17(3), an internal arrangement 
under which an entity that carries on both the business of a distributor 
and the business of a regulated rate supplier or retailer uses 
information that it obtains in carrying on business as a distributor for 
sales or marketing purposes in carrying on business as a regulated rate 
supplier or retailer is deemed to be an arrangement that creates an 
unfair competitive advantage for the entity as a regulated rate supplier 
or retailer. 
(2)  For the purposes of section 17(4), an internal arrangement under 
which an entity that carries on both the business of a regulated rate 
supplier and the business of a retailer uses information that it obtains in 
carrying on business as a regulated rate supplier for sales or marketing 
purposes in carrying on business as a retailer is deemed to be an 
arrangement that creates an unfair competitive advantage for the entity 
as a retailer. 
(3)  For the purposes of section 17(3), an internal arrangement under 
which an entity that carries on both the business of a distributor and the 
business of a regulated rate supplier or retailer records or allocates 
between those businesses the economic benefits or costs associated 
with 
	(a)	an acquisition,
	(b)	research and development, or
	(c)	a disposition of property
so that the economic benefits or costs attributable to those respective 
businesses is not accurately reflected is deemed to an arrangement that 
creates an unfair competitive advantage for the entity as a regulated 
rate supplier or retailer.
(4)  For the purposes of section 17(4), an internal arrangement under 
which an entity that carries on both the business of a regulated rate 
supplier and the business of a retailer records or allocates between 
those businesses
	(a)	the economic benefits or costs associated with 
	(i)	an acquisition,
	(ii)	research and development, or
	(iii)	a disposition of property,
		or
	(b)	the economic benefits or costs of regulated energy services it 
provides in carrying on business as a regulated rate supplier 
and retail energy services it provides in carrying on business 
as a retailer
so that the economic benefits or costs attributable to those respective 
businesses is not accurately reflected is deemed to an arrangement that 
creates an unfair competitive advantage for the entity as a regulated 
rate supplier or retailer.
Access to publicly available information
24(1)  Nothing in this Regulation
	(a)	prevents a distributor or regulated rate supplier from giving a 
retailer, or permitting a retailer to access, information held by 
the distributor or regulated rate supplier that is otherwise 
available to the public, or
	(b)	prevents a retailer from obtaining, accessing or using 
information referred to in clause (a).
(2)  If a distributor or regulated rate supplier gives a retailer, or permits 
a retailer to access, information referred to in subsection (1), the 
distributor or regulated rate supplier shall also give other retailers, or 
permit other retailers to access, that information in the same form and 
manner and subject to the same conditions.
Division 2 
Records and Accounts
Records and accounts
25(1)  A distributor, a regulated rate supplier and an affiliated provider 
of a distributor or regulated rate supplier shall each keep separate 
records and accounts.
(2)  An entity, including a rural electrification association, that carries 
on both the business of a distributor and the business of a regulated 
rate supplier or retailer, or both the business of a regulated rate supplier 
and the business of a retailer, shall keep separate records and accounts 
for each of those business operations in accordance with subsection 
(4).
 (3)  A retailer that is an affiliated provider of a distributor or regulated 
rate supplier shall
	(a)	keep sufficient records and accounts to enable an audit to be 
conducted under Part 4, and
	(b)	keep accounts in accordance with generally accepted 
accounting principles.
(4)  A distributor and a regulated rate supplier shall
	(a)	keep sufficient records and accounts to enable an audit to be 
conducted under Part 4,
	(b)	comply with any guidelines or uniform system of record 
keeping required by the Commission, and
	(c)	keep accounts in accordance with 
	(i)	generally accepted accounting principles, and
	(ii)	any guidelines or uniform system of accounting 
required by the Commission.
Written financial transactions
26   Every financial transaction between a distributor or regulated rate 
supplier and an affiliated provider of the distributor or regulated rate 
supplier must be in writing.
Records of transactions for goods and services
27(1)  A distributor or regulated rate supplier and an affiliated 
provider of the distributor or regulated rate supplier shall each 
maintain a record of
	(a)	all transactions for goods and services between the distributor 
or regulated rate supplier and the affiliated provider, and
	(b)	the value of the transaction expressed in terms of money.
(2)  If the total cost of all transactions for goods or services between a 
distributor or regulated rate supplier and an affiliated provider of the 
distributor or regulated rate supplier exceeds $500 000 annually or an 
amount determined by the Commission, each of the transactions must 
be documented by one or more written agreements and must be 
supported by written evidence of the fair market value of the goods or 
services.
Maintaining records
28   Each distributor, regulated rate supplier and affiliated provider, 
including an entity referred to in section 17(3) or (4), shall keep the 
records, accounts, records of financial transactions, reports and plans 
that are required under this Regulation or its compliance plan for at 
least 6 years.
Part 4 
Compliance Requirements
Division 1 
Compliance Plans and  
Compliance Reports
Prohibition against providing retail energy  
services without approved compliance plan
29(1)  No affiliated provider of a distributor or regulated rate supplier 
shall provide retail energy services to customers unless
	(a)	a compliance plan or plans submitted by the affiliated 
provider and the distributor or regulated rate supplier under 
section 30 that deal with those energy services have been 
approved by the Commission, and 
	(b)	the affiliated provider and distributor or regulated rate 
supplier have sent copies of the approved compliance plan or 
plans to the persons referred to in section 31(4).
(2)  An entity referred to in section 17(3) or (4) that carries on the 
business of a retailer shall not provide retail energy services to 
customers unless
	(a)	a compliance plan or plans submitted by the entity that deal 
with those energy services have been approved by the 
Commission, and
	(b)	the entity has sent copies of the approved compliance plan or 
plans to the persons referred to in section 31(4).
Compliance plan required
30(1)  Each distributor, regulated rate supplier and affiliated provider 
of a distributor or regulated rate supplier shall 
	(a)	prepare a compliance plan setting out the systems, policies 
and mechanisms that the distributor, regulated rate supplier 
or affiliated provider intends to use to ensure that the 
distributor, regulated rate supplier or affiliated provider and 
its officers, employees, agents and contractors comply with 
this Regulation, and
	(b)	file the compliance plan with the Commission.
(2)  A compliance plan may be prepared and filed jointly by a 
distributor or regulated rate supplier and an affiliated provider of the 
distributor or regulated rate supplier.
(3)  A compliance plan may deal with one or more of the types of 
energy services provided by the distributor, regulated rate supplier or 
affiliated provider.
(4)  Subject to section 37(1), a compliance plan must include at least 
the following:
	(a)	in the case of a distributor or regulated rate supplier, a list of 
the distributor's or regulated rate supplier's affiliated 
providers;
	(b)	in the case of an affiliated provider of a distributor or 
regulated rate supplier, a list of the distributors or regulated 
rate suppliers of which it is an affiliated provider;
	(c)	a description of the systems and mechanisms, and a copy of 
the policies, that are in place to ensure compliance with this 
Regulation;
	(d)	a description of how officers, employees, agents and 
contractors of the distributor, regulated rate supplier or 
affiliated provider will be informed about this Regulation, the 
compliance plan and their duties and responsibilities under 
this Regulation and the compliance plan;
	(e)	a description of how compliance with this Regulation and the 
compliance plan will be internally monitored by the 
distributor, regulated rate supplier or affiliated provider and 
how non-compliance with this Regulation and the 
compliance plan will be identified and mitigated, including 
the name or names of the persons accountable for
	(i)	development of the compliance plan,
	(ii)	implementing and monitoring the compliance plan and 
recommending changes as required, and
	(iii)	internally ensuring compliance with this Regulation and 
the compliance plan and mitigating issues of non-
compliance;
	(f)	a description of the contents required to be included in 
quarterly compliance reports to the board of directors of the 
distributor, regulated rate supplier or affiliated provider and 
the annual compliance report to the Commission required by 
section 33;
	(g)	a description of the manner in which economic benefits and 
costs of arrangements are to be recorded and allocated for the 
purposes of Part 3;
	(h)	a description of the means that will be used to ensure that 
auditors have sufficient access to officers, employees, agents, 
contractors and information systems of the distributor, 
regulated rate supplier or affiliated provider to perform the 
audit required under this Part;
	(i)	a description of how the notice required by section 34 will be 
given to the public;
	(j)	a description of the procedure that may be used for the 
voluntary resolution of complaints about non-compliance 
with this Regulation or the compliance plan;
	(k)	a description of the systems and mechanisms, and a copy of 
the policies, that are in place to ensure compliance with the 
rules respecting service standards made by the Commission 
under section 129(1) of the Electric Utilities Act or section 
28.3(1) of the Gas Utilities Act relating to 
	(i)	billing and billing services to be provided to customers, 
and
	(ii)	the process, procedures and standards for transfer of 
data relating to distribution tariffs;
	(l)	any other information required by any rules made by the 
Commission respecting compliance plans.
Approval by Commission
31(1)  The Commission may 
	(a)	approve a compliance plan, with or without changes and with 
or without conditions, or
	(b)	refuse to approve a compliance plan.
(2)  A compliance plan approved under subsection (1) remains in effect 
until the expiry of the period prescribed by the Commission or until the 
Commission revokes the compliance plan, whichever occurs first.
(3)  The Commission shall send the Market Surveillance Administrator 
a copy of a compliance plan approved under subsection (1).
(4)  Each distributor, regulated rate supplier and affiliated provider of a 
distributor or regulated rate supplier shall, as soon as practicable after 
receiving the Commission's approval of its compliance plan, send a 
copy of the compliance plan
	(a)	in the case of a distributor or regulated rate supplier, to the 
affiliated provider of the distributor or regulated rate 
supplier,
	(b)	in the case of an affiliated provider of a distributor or 
regulated rate supplier, to the distributors or regulated rate 
suppliers of which it is an affiliated provider, and
	(c)	to its officers, employees, agents and contractors affected by 
the plan.
Changes to compliance plan
32(1)  Each distributor, regulated rate supplier and affiliated provider 
of a distributor or regulated rate supplier shall keep its compliance plan 
up to date and shall make changes to the compliance plan to reflect 
changes in circumstances or changes to this Regulation.
(2)  A change to a compliance plan must be submitted to the 
Commission for approval 
	(a)	within 60 days following a change in circumstances or an 
amendment to this Regulation that requires a change to a 
compliance plan, or 
	(b)	as soon as practicable when a change to the plan is made for 
a reason other than a reason referred to in clause (a).
(3)  On receipt of a proposed change to a compliance plan, the 
Commission may 
	(a)	approve the proposed change, with or without changes and 
with or without conditions, 
	(b)	direct other changes to be made to the compliance plan, or
	(c)	refuse to approve the proposed change.
(4)  The Commission shall send a copy of approved changes to a 
compliance plan to the Market Surveillance Administrator.
(5)  Each distributor, regulated rate supplier and affiliated provider of a 
distributor or regulated rate supplier shall, as soon as practicable after 
receiving the Commission's approval of changes to its compliance 
plan, send a copy of the changes to the compliance plan  
	(a)	in the case of a distributor or regulated rate supplier, to the 
affiliated providers of the distributor or regulated rate 
supplier,
	(b)	in the case of an affiliated provider of a distributor or 
regulated rate supplier, to the distributors or regulated rate 
suppliers of which it is an affiliated provider, and
	(c)	to its officers, employees, agents and contractors affected by 
the plan.
Quarterly and annual compliance reports
33(1)  Subject to section 37(1)(b), the senior management of each 
distributor, regulated rate supplier and affiliated provider of a 
distributor or regulated rate supplier shall in each quarter of a calendar 
year prepare a compliance report for the board of directors of the 
distributor, regulated rate supplier or affiliated provider that includes a 
description of 
	(a)	any non-compliance with this Regulation or the compliance 
plan,
	(b)	the action taken to remedy any non-compliance, and
	(c)	any complaints of non-compliance with this Regulation or 
the compliance plan, and how the complaints have been dealt 
with.
(2)  Subject to section 37(1)(c), within 90 days after the end of each 
calendar year, each distributor, regulated rate supplier and affiliated 
provider of a distributor or regulated rate supplier shall send to the 
Commission an annual compliance report that has been approved by 
the board of directors of the distributor, regulated rate supplier or 
affiliated provider, describing the matters referred to in subsection (1) 
for the calendar year.
(3)  The Commission shall send the Market Surveillance Administrator 
copies of the annual compliance reports received under subsection (2).
Information about complaints
34(1)  Each distributor, regulated rate supplier and affiliated provider 
of a distributor or regulated rate supplier shall give notice to the public 
in accordance with its compliance plan that complaints about 
contraventions of this Regulation may be made to the Commission or 
the Market Surveillance Administrator.
(2)  The notice referred to in subsection (1) must
	(a)	be approved by the Commission before it is given to the 
public,
	(b)	be given in a manner that ensures that the greatest number of 
people will become aware of it, and
	(c)	make clear that the Commission and the Market Surveillance 
Administrator are independent of distributors, regulated rate 
suppliers and affiliated providers.
Publication of compliance plans and reports
35   The Commission may make available to the public some or all of 
the contents of a compliance plan or compliance report of a distributor, 
regulated rate supplier or affiliated provider.
Regulation prevails
36   If there is a conflict or inconsistency between a provision of a 
compliance plan and a provision of this Regulation, the provision of 
this Regulation prevails to the extent of the conflict or inconsistency.
Division 2 
Varying Arrangements
Alternative compliance arrangements
37(1)  The Commission may, in accordance with its rules made under 
section 76 of the Alberta Utilities Commission Act,
	(a)	vary the requirements of section 30(4) in the case of a 
distributor with a small number of customers or if the 
Commission is satisfied that it is in the public interest to do 
so,
	(b)	vary the intervals at which compliance reports are required to 
be prepared under section 33(1), and
	(c)	require a distributor, regulated rate supplier or an affiliated 
provider of a distributor or regulated rate supplier to send to 
the Commission a compliance report prepared under section 
33(1).
(2)  The Commission must not approve a compliance plan that meets 
varied requirements unless the Commission is satisfied that it is in the 
public interest to do so.
Emergency exceptions
38   Any action taken by a distributor, a regulated rate supplier or an 
affiliated provider of a distributor or regulated rate supplier in response 
to an emergency that threatens public safety, the safety of its officers, 
employees, agents or contractors, the physical integrity of its facilities 
or system reliability does not contravene this Regulation or a 
compliance plan.
Division 3 
Compliance Audit
Appointment of auditor
39(1)  The Commission shall appoint one or more auditors to audit the 
records and accounts of distributors, regulated rate suppliers and 
affiliated providers and to prepare audit reports in accordance with this 
Division.
(2)  The Commission may appoint employees or contractors of the 
Commission for the purposes of subsection (1).
Audit
40(1)  An auditor must conduct an audit of the records and accounts of 
an affiliated provider and each distributor or regulated rate supplier of 
which it is an affiliated provider
	(a)	not later than 6 months after the end of the calendar year in 
which the affiliated provider begins to provide energy 
services to customers, and 
	(b)	at least once in every 36 months during which the affiliated 
provider provides energy services to customers.
(2)  An affiliated provider and each distributor or regulated rate 
supplier of which it is an affiliated provider shall give the auditor 
access to any information the auditor requests to conduct the audit.
(3)  The auditor's costs and expenses are to be paid by the Commission 
and the Commission may, in accordance with its rules made under 
section 76 of the Alberta Utilities Commission Act, recover the costs 
and expenses from an affiliated provider, distributor or regulated rate 
supplier.
(4)  The Commission may, in accordance with its rules made under 
section 76 of the Alberta Utilities Commission Act, exempt an 
affiliated provider, distributor or regulated rate supplier from the 
application of subsection (1) for a period not exceeding 36 months.
Audit report
41(1)  As soon as practicable after completing an audit, the auditor 
shall send the auditor's audit report to 
	(a)	the Commission, and
	(b)	the affiliated provider, distributor or regulated rate supplier 
that was audited.
(2)  The Commission may send a copy of an audit report that it 
receives under subsection (1) to the Market Surveillance 
Administrator.
(3)  The Commission shall within 30 days after receiving an audit 
report under subsection (1) post the audit report on its website in a 
location that is easy for the public to locate. 
Division 4 
Investigations
Referral of matters to MSA
42(1)  If the Commission becomes aware of any conduct that does not 
support the fair, efficient and openly competitive operation of the 
electricity market or the natural gas market, the Commission shall refer 
the matter to the Market Surveillance Administrator under section 41 
of the Alberta Utilities Commission Act.
(2)  If the Commission refers a matter to the Market Surveillance 
Administrator under subsection (1), the Commission shall make any 
records in its possession that may be relevant to the matter available to 
the Market Surveillance Administrator.
Notice to Commission of MSA investigations 
43   The Market Surveillance Administrator shall notify the 
Commission as soon as practicable of any investigation started by the 
Market Surveillance Administration involving a distributor, regulated 
rate supplier or affiliated provider. 
Information sharing between Commission and MSA
44(1)  On the request of the Market Surveillance Administrator for the 
purposes of carrying out its mandate under section 39 of the Alberta 
Utilities Commission Act, the Commission shall make any compliance 
plans, compliance reports or documents used to prepare audit reports 
that are in the Commission's possession available to the Market 
Surveillance Administrator.
(2)  The Market Surveillance Administrator may share any information 
it obtains in carrying out its mandate under section 39 of the Alberta 
Utilities Commission Act with the Commission if the Market 
Surveillance Administrator believes the information may assist the 
Commission in carrying out its responsibilities under this Regulation.
Part 5 
Transitional Provisions, Repeal 
and Coming into Force
Approvals under Code of Conduct 
Regulation (AR 160/2003)
45(1)   In this section,
	(a)	"existing affiliated retailer" means an affiliated retailer 
operating under the Code of Conduct Regulation 
(AR 160/2003) immediately before the coming into force of 
this section;
	(b)	"existing owner" means an owner operating under the Code 
of Conduct Regulation (AR 160/2003) immediately before 
the coming into force of this section;
	(c)	"existing regulated rate provider" means a regulated rate 
provider operating under the Code of Conduct Regulation 
(AR 160/2003) immediately before the coming into force of 
this section.
(2)  A compliance plan filed with the Market Surveillance 
Administrator that was in effect under the Code of Conduct Regulation 
(AR 160/2003) immediately before the coming into force of this 
section continues to have effect under this Regulation until the earliest 
of
	(a)	December 31, 2016,
	(b)	the compliance plan is revoked by the Commission, or
	(c)	the compliance plan is superseded by a new compliance plan 
approved by the Commission.
(3)  An approval or exemption given by the Market Surveillance 
Administrator that was in effect under the Code of Conduct Regulation 
(AR 160/2003) immediately before the coming into force of this 
section continues to have effect under this Regulation until the earliest 
of
	(a)	December 31, 2016, 
	(b)	the approval or exemption is revoked by the Commission, or
	(c)	in the case of an approval, the approval is superseded by a 
new approval given by the Commission.
(4)  Any reference to the Market Surveillance Administrator in a 
compliance plan, approval or exemption referred to in subsection (2) or 
(3) is deemed to be a reference to the Commission.
(5)  Each existing owner, existing regulated rate provider and existing 
affiliated retailer shall, within 3 months after the day on which this 
section comes into force, file with the Commission 
	(a)	a copy of its approved compliance plan that was in effect 
immediately before the coming into force of this section, and 
	(b)	a copy of every approval or exemption that it received under 
the Code of Conduct Regulation (AR 160/2003) that was in 
effect immediately before the coming into force of this 
section.
(6)  Each existing owner, existing regulated rate provider and existing 
affiliated retailer shall file a new compliance plan with the 
Commission in accordance with this Regulation in sufficient time for 
the Commission to consider and approve the plan before January 1, 
2017.
(7)  Section 32 does not apply in respect of a compliance plan 
continued by this section.
Approvals under Code of Conduct Regulation (AR 183/2003)
46(1)  In this section,
	(a)	"existing affiliated retailer" means an affiliated retailer 
operating under the Code of Conduct Regulation 
(AR 183/2003) immediately before the coming into force of 
this section;
	(b)	"existing default supply provider" means a default supply 
provider operating under the Code of Conduct Regulation 
(AR 183/2003) immediately before the coming into force of 
this section;
	(c)	"existing gas distributor" means a gas distributor operating 
under the Code of Conduct Regulation (AR 183/2003) 
immediately before the coming into force of this section.
(2)  A compliance plan filed with the Commission that was in effect 
under the Code of Conduct Regulation (AR 183/2003) immediately 
before the coming into force of this section continues to have effect 
under this Regulation until the earliest of
	(a)	December 31, 2016,
	(b)	the compliance plan is revoked by the Commission, or
	(c)	the compliance plan is superseded by a new compliance plan 
approved by the Commission.
(3)  An approval or exemption given by the Commission that was in 
effect under the Code of Conduct Regulation (AR 183/2003) 
immediately before the coming into force of this section continues to 
have effect under this Regulation until the earliest of
	(a)	December 31, 2016,
	(b)	the approval or exemption is revoked by the Commission, or
	(c)	in the case of an approval, the approval is superseded by a 
new approval given by the Commission.
(4)  Each existing gas distributor, existing default supply provider and 
existing affiliated retailer shall, within 3 months after the day on which 
this section comes into force, provide the Commission with 
	(a)	a copy of its compliance plan that was in effect immediately 
before the coming into force of this section, and
	(b)	a copy of every approval and exemption that it received 
under the Code of Conduct Regulation (AR 183/2003) that 
was in effect immediately before the coming into force of 
this section.
(5)  Each existing gas distributor, existing default supply provider and 
existing affiliated retailer shall file a new compliance plan with the 
Commission in accordance with this Regulation in sufficient time for 
the Commission to consider and approve the plan before January 1, 
2017. 
(6)  Section 33 does not apply in respect of a compliance plan 
continued by this section.
Consents continued
47   A consent given by a customer under the Code of Conduct 
Regulation (AR 160/2003) or the Code of Conduct Regulation 
(AR 183/2003) is deemed to be a consent to the same effect under this 
Regulation.
Market Surveillance Administrator and Commission duties
48(1) The Market Surveillance Administrator shall provide the 
Commission with copies of the approved compliance plans that were 
in effect immediately before the coming into force of this section and 
compliance reports, audit reports and other documents under the Code 
of Conduct Regulation (AR 160/2003) that are requested by the 
Commission.
(2)  The Commission and the Market Surveillance Administrator shall 
co-operate to ensure an orderly transition from the Code of Conduct 
Regulation (AR 160/2003) to this Regulation before January 1, 2017, 
and shall inform the Minister when the transition is complete.
Repeal
49(1)  The Code of Conduct Regulation (AR 160/2003) is repealed.
(2)  The Code of Conduct Regulation (AR 183/2003) is repealed.
Expiry
50   For the purposes 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, 2020.
Coming into force
51   This Regulation comes into force on January 1, 2016.


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Alberta Regulation 59/2015
Electric Utilities Act
REGULATED RATE OPTIONS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 20, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Energy (M.O. 24/2015) on March 19, 
2015 pursuant to section 108 of the Electric Utilities Act. 
1   The Regulated Rate Option Regulation (AR 262/2005) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 15(e) is amended by adding ", and the name of the 
municipality, Metis settlement or band that will receive the levied 
amount" after "(Canada)".
3   Section 28 is amended by striking out "April 30, 2018" and 
substituting "April 30, 2020".

4   Section 2 comes into force on January 1, 2016.


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Alberta Regulation 60/2015
Electric Utilities Act
BILLING AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 20, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Energy (M.O. 25/2015) on March 19, 
2015 pursuant to section 115 of the Electric Utilities Act. 
1   The Billing Regulation, 2003 (AR 159/2003) is amended 
by this Regulation.

2   Section 4(a)(iv) is amended by adding ", and must also 
include the name of the municipality, Metis settlement or band that 
will receive the levied amount" after "(Canada)".

3   Section 6 is amended by striking out "April 30, 2018" and 
substituting "April 30, 2020".

4   Section 2 comes into force on January 1, 2016.


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Alberta Regulation 61/2015
Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act
ACTIVITIES DESIGNATION (EXTENSION OF EXPIRY DATE) 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 24, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Environment and Sustainable 
Resource Development (M.O. 01/2015) on March 4, 2015 pursuant to section 85 of 
the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act. 
1   The Activities Designation Regulation (AR 276/2003) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 15 is amended by striking out "June 30, 2015" and 
substituting "June 30, 2017".


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Alberta Regulation 62/2015
Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act
DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION (EXTENSION OF EXPIRY 
DATE) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 24, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Environment and Sustainable 
Resource Development (M.O. 02/2015) on March 4, 2015 pursuant to section 36 of 
the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act. 
1   The Disclosure of Information Regulation (AR 273/2004) 
is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 6 is amended by striking out "June 30, 2015" and 
substituting "June 30, 2017".


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Alberta Regulation 63/2015
Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act
POTABLE WATER (EXTENSION OF EXPIRY DATE)  
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 24, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Environment and Sustainable 
Resource Development (M.O. 03/2015) on March 4, 2015 pursuant to section 153 of 
the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act. 
1   The Potable Water Regulation (AR 277/2003) is amended 
by this Regulation.

2   Section 19 is amended by striking out "June 30, 2015" and 
substituting "June 30, 2017".



Alberta Regulation 64/2015
Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act
RELEASE REPORTING (EXTENSION OF EXPIRY DATE) 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 24, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Environment and Sustainable  
Resource Development (M.O. 04/2015) on March 4, 2015 pursuant to section 121 of 
the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act. 
1   The Release Reporting Regulation (AR 117/93) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 4.2 is amended by striking out "June 30, 2015" and 
substituting "June 30, 2017".


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Alberta Regulation 65/2015
Forest and Prairie Protection Act
THE FOREST AND PRAIRIE PROTECTION REGULATIONS, PART II 
(EXTENSION OF EXPIRY DATE) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 24, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Environment and Sustainable 
Resource Development (M.O. 06/2015) on March 4, 2015 pursuant to section 42 of 
the Forest and Prairie Protection Act. 
1   The Forest and Prairie Protection Regulations, Part II 
(AR 310/72) are amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 22 is amended by striking out "March 31, 2015" 
and substituting "March 31, 2017".



Alberta Regulation 66/2015
Fair Trading Act
PREPAID CONTRACTING BUSINESS LICENSING (EXTENSION OF 
EXPIRY DATE) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 24, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Service Alberta (M.O. SA:010/2015) 
on March 19, 2015 pursuant to sections 105, 139 and 162 of the Fair Trading Act. 
1   The Prepaid Contracting Business Licensing Regulation 
(AR 185/99) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 14 is amended by striking out "June 30, 2015" and 
substituting "June 30, 2020". 


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Alberta Regulation 67/2015
Alberta Land Stewardship Act
CONSERVATION EASEMENT REGISTRATION (EXTENSION OF 
EXPIRY DATE) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 24, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Environment and Sustainable 
Resource Development (M.O. 18/2015) on March 16, 2015 pursuant to section 35 of 
the Alberta Land Stewardship Act. 
1   The Conservation Easement Registration Regulation 
(AR 129/2010) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 6 is amended by striking out "April 30, 2015" and 
substituting "April 30, 2020".



Alberta Regulation 68/2015
Government Organization Act
PERSON PROPERTY REGISTRY ACCREDITATION AND DOCUMENT 
HANDLING (EXTENSION OF EXPIRY DATE) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 24, 2015
For information only:     Made by the Minister of Service Alberta 
(M.O. SA:006/2015) on March 19, 2015 pursuant to section 12 of Schedule 12 
of the Government Organization Act. 
1   The Personal Property Registry Accreditation and 
Document Handling Regulation (AR 235/2007) is amended by 
this Regulation.

2   Section 23 is amended by striking out "October 31, 2015" 
and substituting "October 31, 2020".


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Alberta Regulation 69/2015
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
ALBERTA PORK PRODUCERS' COMMISSION REGULATION
Filed: March 24, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Pork Producers' Development 
Corporation on January 23, 2015 and approved by the Agricultural Products 
Marketing Council on January 29, 2015 pursuant to section 26 of the Marketing of 
Agricultural Products Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
Part 1 
Registration and Licensing
	2	Producer registration
	3	Prohibition re production and marketing
	4	Dealer licensing
Part 2 
Service Charge
	5	General service charge
	6	Deduction of service charge - buyers
	7	Collection of service charge - custom kill
	8	Payment of service charge - producers
	9	Trust account
	10	Debt to the Corporation
	11	Use of service charge
	12	Service charges refundable
Part 3 
Collection of Information
	13	Swine information
	14	Producer information
	15	Retention of information
Part 4 
Shipping and Transporting 
	16	Application of this Part
	17	Application of approved swine identifiers
	18	Manifests for shipment of swine
	19	Contents of manifests
	20	Shipper's duties respecting manifests
	21	Transporter's duties respecting manifests
	22	Receiver's duties respecting manifests
	23	Retention of manifests
	24	Submission of manifests
Part 5 
Access to Information by Corporation
	25	Requests for information
	26	Inspection of records
	27	Form of request for information
	28	Prohibition
	29	Confidentiality
Part 6 
General
	30	Repeal
	31	Expiry
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Act" means the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act;
	(b)	"approved swine identifier" means the form of swine 
identification that
	(i)	meets the requirements of the Health of Animals 
Regulations (Canada),
	(ii)	is assigned by the Corporation to a producer for the 
producer's premises pursuant to this Regulation, or
	(iii)	is approved by the Minister for the purposes of the 
Swine Traceability Regulation (AR 134/2014);
	(c)	"assembler" means a person who assembles swine for the 
purpose of transportation or marketing;
	(d) 	"buyer" means a person who buys swine from a producer and 
includes a processor and a dealer;
	(e)	"Corporation" means the Alberta Pork Producers' 
Development Corporation;
	(f)	"custom kill" means the slaughtering by a processor on a fee 
for services basis of swine that are owned by a person other 
than the processor;
	(g)	"dealer" means a person who deals in swine within the 
meaning of the Livestock Identification and Commerce 
General Regulation (AR 208/2008) and includes a livestock 
dealer as defined in the Livestock Identification and 
Commerce Act;
	(h)	"feeder" means swine, other than a weaner, that is sold to a 
producer to be raised to slaughter weight by that producer;
	(i)	"manifest" means a record that meets the requirements of the 
Animal Health Act and this Regulation;
	(j)	"marketing" means marketing as defined in the Plan;
	(k)	"Plan" means the Alberta Pork Producers' Plan Regulation 
(AR 219/2001);
	(l)	"premises" means a premises as defined in the Premises 
Identification Regulation (AR 200/2008); 
	(m)	"premises identification account" means a unique identifying 
account assigned under the Premises Identification 
Regulation (AR 200/2008);
	(n)	"premises identification number" means the premises 
identification number assigned under the Premises 
Identification Regulation (AR 200/2008);
	(o)	"premises name" means the name assigned to the premises 
by the Corporation when a producer registers with the 
Corporation;
	(p)	"processor" means a person who slaughters swine;
	(q)	"producer" means a producer as defined in the Plan;
	(r)	"producer registration number" means the registration 
number issued by the Corporation to a registered producer;
	(s)	"receiver" means a person who receives swine;
	(t)	"shipper" means a person who ships swine or moves swine 
for the purposes of slaughter within a premises in which they 
have been raised;
	(u)	"swine" means swine as defined in the Plan;
	(v)	"transporter" means a person who transports swine;
	(w)	"weaner" means swine that weigh less than 20 kg.
Part 1 
Registration and Licensing
Producer registration 
2(1)  A producer must register with the Corporation by providing 
information in the form and manner specified by the Corporation that 
the Corporation considers necessary for the purposes of
	(a)	the Plan,
	(b)	this Regulation,
	(c)	any other regulation made under the Act in respect of the 
Corporation, and
	(d)	any regulation respecting premises identification, and swine 
identification and traceability under the Animal Health Act.
(2)  When a producer registers with the Corporation the Corporation 
shall
	(a)	assign that producer 
	(i)	a producer registration number, and 
	(ii)	an approved swine identifier,
		and
	(b)	assign that producer's premises
	(i)	an approved swine identifier, and
	(ii)	a premises name.
(3)  No fee is payable to register with the Corporation under this 
section.
(4)  A producer must forthwith notify the Corporation of any changes 
to the information provided to the Corporation under this section.
(5)  The registration of a producer is not transferable.
(6)  The Corporation shall maintain a register containing information 
provided to the Corporation under this section.
Prohibition re production and marketing
3   A producer shall not produce or market swine unless the producer
	(a)	has a premises identification account and premises 
identification number issued under the Premises 
Identification Regulation (AR 200/2008), and
	(b)	is registered with the Corporation pursuant to section 2.
Dealer licensing
4   All dealers must be licensed under the Livestock Identification and 
Commerce Act before they become engaged in the buying, selling or 
slaughtering of swine.
Part 2 
Service Charge
General service charge
5(1)  A producer must pay to the Corporation a service charge of 
	(a)	$1.00 plus GST for each swine sold by the producer in 
Alberta,
	(b)	$1.00 plus GST for each swine the producer slaughters or 
causes to be slaughtered without selling the swine to another 
person,
	(c)	$1.00 plus GST for each swine that is 50 kg or more live 
weight sold by the producer outside of Alberta, and
	(d)	$0.25 plus GST for each swine that is less than 50 kg live 
weight sold by the producer outside Alberta.
(2)  A service charge is not payable on sales of
	(a)	feeders or weaners that are used in the production of swine 
on a producer's farm, or
	(b)	sows and boars that are used for breeding swine on a 
producer's farm 
until those swine are slaughtered or sold for slaughter.
Deduction of service charge - buyers
6(1)  With respect to the service charge referred to in section 5(1)(a), a 
buyer shall
	(a)	deduct the service charge from the purchase price payable to 
the producer,
	(b)	account for the service charge in the form and manner 
required by the Corporation,
	(c)	comply with the receiver's manifest obligations in Part 4, and
	(d)	forward the service charge, the accounting and copies of the 
manifests to the Corporation in time for that service charge, 
accounting and manifests to reach the Corporation by the 
15th day of the month following the month in which the 
service charge was deducted.
(2)  If a buyer fails to deduct the service charge from the sale proceeds 
as required under subsection (1), the buyer and the producer are jointly 
and severally liable to the Corporation for the payment of the service 
charge.
Collection of service charge - custom kill
7(1)  With respect to the service charge referred to in section 5(1)(b), if 
a processor slaughters or custom kills swine for which a service charge 
is not deducted as required under this Regulation, the processor shall
	(a)	collect the service charge from the producer at the time the 
swine are slaughtered or custom killed,
	(b)	account for the service charge in the form and manner 
required by the Corporation,
	(c)	comply with the receiver's manifest obligations in Part 4, and
	(d)	forward the service charge, the accounting and copies of the 
manifests to the Corporation in time for that service charge, 
accounting and manifests to reach the Corporation by the 
15th day of the month following the month in which the 
swine were slaughtered or custom killed.
(2)  If a processor fails to collect the service charge from the producer 
as required under subsection (1), the processor and the producer are 
jointly and severally liable to the Corporation for the payment of the 
service charge. 
Payment of service charge - producers
8(1)  With respect to the service charge referred to in section 5(1)(a) 
and (b), if the service charge is not deducted or collected and remitted 
by the buyer or processor in accordance with sections 6 and 7, the 
producer shall
	(a)	account for the service charge in the form and manner 
required by the Corporation, 
	(b)	comply with the shipper's manifest obligations in Part 4, and
	(c)	forward the service charge, copies of the manifests and the 
accounting to the Corporation in time for that service charge, 
manifests and accounting to reach the Corporation by the 
15th day of the month following the month in which the 
swine were sold or slaughtered.
(2)  With respect to the service charge referred to in section 5(1)(c) and 
(d), the producer shall
	(a)	account for the service charge in the form and manner 
required by the Corporation, 
	(b)	comply with the shipper's manifest obligations in Part 4, and
	(c)	forward the service charge, copies of the manifests and the 
accounting to the Corporation in time for that service charge, 
manifests and accounting to reach the Corporation by the 
15th day of the month following the month in which the 
swine were sold.
Trust account
9   Where a person holds funds that were deducted or collected as a 
service charge and that are held in trust by that person for the 
Corporation by virtue of section 31 of the Act, that person must deposit 
and hold those funds in a separate trust account maintained by that 
person for the purpose of holding funds deducted or collected as 
service charges.
Debt to the corporation
10   A service charge that is payable under this Regulation is a debt 
due to the Corporation and may be recovered by the Corporation by a 
civil action for debt.
Use of service charge
11   The Corporation may use the service charges that are payable 
under this Regulation for the purpose of paying the Corporation's 
expenses and administering the Plan and the regulations made by the 
Corporation.
Service charges refundable
12(1)  A producer may request a refund of service charges by 
submitting the following information on the form established by the 
Corporation:
	(a)	the producer's name;
	(b)	the producer's mailing address and telephone number;
	(c)	the producer's producer registration number;
	(d)	proof of the quantity of swine sold;
	(e)	the name and address of any buyer or processor who 
deducted or collected the service charge on behalf of the 
producer;
	(f)	the amount of the refund requested.
(2)  Requests for refunds of service charges must be received by the 
Corporation at its head office between May 1 and May 31 in any year 
in respect of service charges. 
(3)  The Corporation is not required to consider any request for a 
refund that is received by the Corporation before May 1 or after May 
31 in any year and the producer is not entitled to the refund in respect 
of which the request was made.
(4)  Notwithstanding subsection (3), the Corporation may, if it is 
satisfied that extenuating circumstances exist to warrant its doing so, 
consider a request for a refund that is received before May 1 or after 
May 31 in any year.
(5)  On receipt of a request that meets the requirements of this section, 
the Corporation shall refund the service charges to the producer
	(a)	by September 30 in any year, or
	(b)	where the request was received before May 1 but has been 
considered by the Corporation under subsection (4), by 
September 30 in any year, or 
	(c)	where the request was received after May 31 in any year but 
has been considered by the Corporation under subsection (4), 
within 120 days after the receipt of the request.
Part 3 
Collection of Information
Swine information
13(1)  A producer, assembler, buyer, transporter and dealer must 
maintain a complete and accurate record of all sales and purchases of 
swine, including but not restricted to
	(a)	swine sales records showing
	(i)	the number of swine sold and the approved swine 
identifier of each swine,
	(ii)	the date of the sale,
	(iii)	the name of the purchaser, and
	(iv)	the premises identification number and the premises 
name for the premises at which the swine were 
produced, 
		and
	(b)	swine purchase records showing
	(i)	the number of swine purchased and the approved swine 
identifier of each swine,
	(ii)	the name of the person from whom the swine were 
purchased,
	(iii)	the name and producer registration number of the 
producer of the swine,
	(iv)	the date of the purchase, and
	(v)	the premises identification number and the premises 
name for the premises at which the swine were 
produced.
(2)  A processor must maintain a complete and accurate record with 
respect to the following:
	(a)	the number of swine slaughtered and the approved swine 
identifier of each swine;
	(b)	the date on which swine were slaughtered;
	(c)	the name and producer registration number of the producer of 
each swine slaughtered;
	(d)	the premises identification number and the premises name for 
the premises at which each of the swine were produced that 
were slaughtered;
	(e)	copies of all documents respecting slaughtered swine 
required to be kept by a processor by regulations respecting 
traceability under the Animal Health Act.
(3)  A producer must maintain a complete and accurate record of all 
matters relating to the slaughtering of swine that are slaughtered 
without being sold, including but not restricted to
	(a)	the number of swine slaughtered and the approved swine 
identifier of each swine, if applicable,
	(b)	the date of slaughter,
	(c)	the name of the owner, and
	(d)	the premises identification number and the premises name for 
the premises at which the swine were produced.
Producer information
14(1)  A producer who markets swine shall, at the time of marketing, 
provide to the person assembling, dealing, transporting, buying, 
slaughtering or receiving the swine
	(a)	the producer's full name and telephone number,
	(b)	the producer's producer registration number,
	(c)	the premises identification number and the premises name of 
the premises at which the swine were produced, and 
	(d)	the approved swine identifier for the premises from which 
the swine were shipped.
(2)  An assembler, dealer, buyer or processer receiving swine produced 
in Alberta shall 
	(a)	obtain and record the following information from each 
producer:
	(i)	the producer's full name and telephone number;
	(ii)	the producer's producer registration number;
	(iii)	the premises identification number and the premises 
name for the premises at which the swine were 
produced;
	(iv)	the approved swine identifier for the premises from 
which the swine were shipped,
		and
	(b)	within 48 hours of receiving the swine provide the 
Corporation with the name and telephone number for any 
producer that does not have one or more of the following:
	(i)	a producer registration number;
	(ii)	an approved swine identifier;
	(iii)	a premises identification number.
Retention of information
15   A person who is required to maintain information, records and 
documents, as the case may be, under this Part must
	(a)	maintain that information and those records and documents 
for not less than 5 years from the day that the information 
was received, the record was made or the document was 
created, and
	(b)	make the information and those records and documents 
available to the Corporation when requested to do so by the 
Corporation pursuant to Part 5.
Part 4 
Shipping and Transporting
Application of this Part
16   This Part applies
	(a)	when swine are shipped from one premises to another or 
from a premises in Alberta to a destination outside Alberta, 
and
	(b)	when swine are moved, for the purpose of slaughter, within a 
premises in which they have been raised.
Application of approved swine identifiers
17   A shipper must apply an approved swine identifier or ensure that 
an approved swine identifier has been applied to each swine in 
accordance with the Swine Traceability Regulation (AR 134/2014) 
before shipping swine or loading swine for transport.
Manifests for shipment of swine
18(1)  Shippers, transporters and receivers must complete a manifest 
for
	(a)	each shipment in a vehicle that transports swine where swine 
are loaded and unloaded,
	(b)	each shipment of swine from one premises to another or from 
a premises in Alberta to a destination outside Alberta,
	(c)	each movement of swine, for the purpose of slaughter within 
a premises in which they have been raised, and
	(d)	when swine are received at a premises in Alberta from a 
point of origin outside Alberta.
(2)  If a transporter stops at more than one premises to load swine onto 
a vehicle, a separate manifest must be completed for the group or lot of 
swine loaded onto the vehicle for each premises.
Contents of manifests
19   A manifest required by this Regulation must be in a form 
acceptable to the Corporation and must include the following 
information: 
	(a)	for shippers,
	(i)	the shipper's name;
	(ii)	a 24-hour telephone number to contact the shipper;
	(iii)	the shipper's producer registration number, if any;
	(iv)	the premises identification number and the premises 
name of the premises from which the swine are being 
shipped;
	(v)	the swine type;
	(vi)	the approved swine identifier for the swine where the 
shipper is applying the approved swine identifier to the 
swine;
`	(vii)	the number of swine leaving the premises;
	(viii)	the name of the receiver to whom the swine will be 
delivered;
	(ix)	the premises identification number of the receiver to 
whom the swine will be delivered, if known;
	(x)	if the premises identification number of the receiver is 
not known, sufficient information to enable the 
Corporation to locate the premises where the swine will 
be received;
	(xi)	the name of the individual who completes the manifest 
on behalf of the shipper;
	(xii)	the signature of the individual who completes the 
manifest referred to in subclause (xi);
	(b)	for transporters,
	(i)	the transporter's name;
	(ii)	the driver's name;
	(iii)	a 24-hour telephone number to contact the transporter;
	(iv)	the tractor or vehicle licence number;
	(v)	the trailer licence number if a trailer is attached to a 
vehicle or tractor;
	(vi)	the number of swine loaded onto the vehicle;
	(vii)	the time of day, day, month and year the swine leave the 
shipper's premises;
	(viii)	the name of the individual who completes the manifest 
on behalf of the transporter;
	(ix)	the signature of the individual who completes the 
manifest referred to in subclause (viii);
	(c)	for receivers,
	(i)	the receiver's name;
	(ii)	a 24-hour telephone number to contact the receiver;
	(iii)	the receiver's producer registration number, if any;
	(iv)	the premises identification number and the premises 
name of the premises at which the receiver is receiving 
swine;
	(v)	the time of day, day, month and year the swine are 
received by the receiver;
	(vi)	the approved swine identifier where the receiver is 
applying the approved swine identifier to the swine;
	(vii)	the number of swine that are received by the receiver;
	(viii)	the name of the individual completing the manifest on 
behalf of the receiver;
	(ix)	the signature of the individual who completes the 
manifest referred to in subclause (viii).
Shipper's duties respecting manifests
20   A shipper that is shipping swine must 
	(a)	before the swine are loaded onto the vehicle, complete on a 
manifest the information described in section 19(a),
	(b)	provide the manifest to the transporter,
	(c)	retain a copy of the manifest, and 
	(d)	on the request of a transporter or receiver named on the 
manifest, provide a copy of the manifest to that transporter or 
receiver.
Transporter's duties respecting manifests
21   A transporter who is carrying swine must 
	(a)	before the swine leave the shipper's premises, complete on 
the manifest provided by the shipper the information 
described in section 19(b),
	(b)	leave a copy of the manifest with the shipper,
	(c)	carry the manifest with the swine to the receiver identified on 
the manifest,
	(d)	provide the manifest to the receiver on delivery of the swine,
	(e)	retain a copy of the manifest, and
	(f)	on the request of a shipper or receiver named on the manifest, 
provide a copy of the manifest to that shipper or receiver.
Receiver's duties respecting manifests
22(1)  A receiver receiving swine must, if a manifest is delivered with 
the swine,
	(a)	complete on the manifest the information described in section 
19(c),
	(b)	provide a copy of the manifest to the transporter,
	(c)	submit the manifest to the Corporation in accordance with 
Part 2,
	(d)	retain a copy of the manifest, and
	(e)	on the request of a shipper or transporter named on the 
manifest, provide a copy of the manifest to that shipper or 
transporter.
(2)  A receiver that receives swine must, if no manifest is delivered 
with the swine,
	(a)	record on a manifest
	(i)	the shipper's name,
	(ii)	a telephone number to contact the shipper,
	(iii)	the premises identification number and the premises 
name of the premises from which the swine were 
shipped, if known,
	(iv)	if the premises identification number and the premises 
name of the premises from which the swine were 
shipped is not known, sufficient information to enable 
the Corporation to locate the premises from which the 
swine were shipped,
	(v)	the other information described in section 19(a) as 
applicable, if known,
	(vi)	the transporter's name and telephone number, and
	(vii)	the information described in section 19(c),
	(b)	provide a copy of the manifest to the transporter,
	(c)	submit the manifest to the Corporation in accordance with 
Part 2,
	(d)	retain a copy of the manifest, and
	(e)	on the request of a shipper or transporter named on the 
manifest, provide a copy of the manifest to that shipper or 
transporter.
Retention of manifests
23(1)  Shippers and receivers must keep manifests for a period of 5 
years.
(2)  Transporters must keep manifests for a period of one year.
(3)  Shippers and receivers must provide manifests or records of 
manifests to the Corporation in accordance with Parts 2 and 5.
Submission of manifests
24   A shipper or receiver who is required to submit a manifest must 
send it to the Corporation by a means acceptable to the Corporation.
Part 5 
Access to Information 
by Corporation
Request for information
25(1)  The Corporation may request any producer, assembler, dealer, 
buyer, processor, transporter, shipper or receiver to furnish the 
Corporation with any information or record relating to the production, 
assembling, marketing, transporting, buying or slaughtering of swine 
that the Corporation considers necessary for the purposes of 
administering
	(a)	the Plan,
	(b)	this Regulation, and
	(c)	any other regulation made under the Act in respect of the 
Corporation.
(2)  Where the Corporation requests a person to furnish information 
under subsection (1), that person must furnish that information to the 
Corporation by the 15th day of the month following the month in 
which the request was made for the information.
Inspection of records
26   If the Corporation is of the opinion that circumstances warrant it, 
the Corporation may in writing require a person who produces, 
assembles, markets, transports, buys or slaughters swine to produce for 
the Corporation's inspection any information or record in the 
possession or under the control of that person that relates to the 
manifest requirements of this Regulation or to the deduction, 
remittance and payment of service charges by that person.
Form of request for information 
27   A request by the Corporation for information or records under 
sections 25 and 26
	(a)	must be in writing, and
	(b)	may be sent
	(i)	by personal delivery,
	(ii)	by postmarked mail or courier to the person's last 
address shown on the records of the Corporation, or
	(iii)	by fax or e-mail to the person's last fax number or 
e-mail address shown on the records of the Corporation.
Prohibition
28   No person shall create false records or provide false information 
for the purposes of this Regulation.
Confidentiality
29   The information obtained by the Corporation under this 
Regulation shall be held in confidence and used only for the purposes 
of ensuring compliance with this Regulation and other regulations 
made under the Act in respect of the Plan.
Part 6 
General
Repeal
30   The Alberta Pork Producers' Commission Regulation 
(AR 285/96) is repealed.
Expiry
31   For the purposes 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, 2020.


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Alberta Regulation 70/2015
Protection for Persons in Care Act 
Public Health Act 
Supportive Living Accommodation Licensing Act
HEALTH (MINISTERIAL) REGULATIONS (EXTENSION OF EXPIRY 
DATE) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 25, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Health (M.O. 2/2015) on March 23, 
2015 pursuant to section 66(2)(c) of the Public Health Act, section 24(2) of the 
Supportive Living Accommodation and Licensing Act and section 27 of the 
Protection for Persons in Care Act. 
1   The Food Regulation (AR 31/2006) is amended in section 
55 by striking out "June 30, 2015" and substituting "June 30, 
2018".

2   The Supportive Living Accommodation Licensing 
Regulation (AR 40/2010) is amended in section 9 by striking 
out "March 31, 2015" and substituting "March 31, 2017".

3   The Protection for Persons in Care (Ministerial) 
Regulation (AR 104/2010) is amended in section 6 by 
striking out "June 15, 2015" and substituting "June 15, 2018".



Alberta Regulation 71/2015
Judicature Act 
Provincial Court Act
COURT FEES AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 27, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 112/2015) 
on March 27, 2015 pursuant to section 28.1 of the Judicature Act and section 9 of the 
Provincial Court Act. 
1(1)  The Provincial Court Fees and Costs Regulation 
(AR 18/91) is amended by this section.


(2)  Section 1 is amended by adding the following after 
clause (a):
	(a.1)	for filing a dispute note without a counterclaim	$25.00;
	(a.2)	for filing a dispute note with a counterclaim,
	(i)	for counterclaims of $7500 or less	$75.00;
	(ii)	for counterclaims exceeding $7500	$125.00;
	(a.3)	for filing a third party claim	$50.00;
	(a.4)	for filing an application in the 
course of an action or proceeding	$50.00;
(3)  Section 1.1 is amended by striking out "1(a) or (b)" and 
substituting "1(a) to (b)".
(4)  Section 2 is amended
	(a)	by repealing clauses (a) to (d) and by adding the 
following before clause (e):
	(d.1)	for fees paid to the clerk under section 1(a) to (d), the 
amount of the fees actually paid;
	(b)	by repealing clause (k)(i) and (ii) and by adding the 
following before subclause (iii):
	(ii.1)	for fees paid to the clerk under section 1(a) to (c), the 
amount of the fees actually paid;
(5)  The heading above section 3 is amended by adding 
"and" before "Family".
(6)  Section 3 is amended by renumbering clause (a) as 
clause (a.1) and adding the following before clause (a.1):
	(a)	for filing a claim under the Family Law 
Act or an application under the Extra-provincial Enforcement 
of Custody Orders Act	$50.00;

2(1)  The Surrogate Rules (AR 130/95) are amended by this 
section. 
(2)  Schedule 2 is amended
	(a)	in section 1
	(i)	in subsection (1)
	(A)	in clause (a) by striking out "$25" and 
substituting "$35";
	(B)	in clause (b) by striking out "100" and 
substituting "135";
	(C)	in clause (c) by striking out "200" and 
substituting "275";
	(D)	in clause (d) by striking out "300" and 
substituting "400";
	(E)	in clause (e) by striking out "400" and 
substituting "525";
	(ii)	by repealing subsections (2) and (3);
	(b)	in section 2
	(i)	by striking out "and all subsequent filings or acts, a 
single fee of";
	(ii)	by striking out "$200" and substituting "$250";
	(c)	in section 3 by striking out "$200" and substituting 
"$250";
	(d)	in section 4 by striking out "$200" and substituting 
"$250";
	(e)	in section 5 by striking out "$200" and substituting 
"$250";
	(f)	by adding the following after section 5:
5.1   For an application in the course of 
an action or proceeding respecting an  
estate or trusteeship	$50

3(1)  The Alberta Rules of Court (AR 124/2010) are amended 
by this section.
(2)  Rule 13.36 is amended
	(a)	in subrule (1)(b) by striking out "item 1 or 4" and 
substituting "any of items 1 to 4";
	(b)	by adding the following after subrule (3):
(4)  A court clerk must waive the fee payable under item 5.1(b) 
of Schedule B if presented with a subsisting certificate issued in 
respect of the person owing the fee.
(3)  Schedule B is amended
	(a)	in Division 1
	(i)	by repealing items 1 to 3 and substituting the 
following:
1   The fee for
	(a)	commencement of an action by statement of claim or 
originating application, or
	(b)	if there is no action number already assigned, continuing 
proceedings under the action number then assigned to that 
application, 
is
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
$250.00
2   The fee for filing a claim under the Family Law Act or an 
originating application under the Extra-provincial Enforcement of 
Custody Orders Act is
 
 
$50.00
3.1   The fee for filing a statement of defence is
$50.00
3.2   The fee for filing a counterclaim, in addition to the fee in item 
3.1, is
 
$150.00
3.3   The fee for filing a third party claim is
$150.00
3.4   The fee for filing an application in the course of an action or 
proceeding is
$50.00
	(ii)	by adding the following after item 5:
5.1   The fee for each day spent in whole or in part at trial, unless the 
attendance on that day is for judgment only, and except for a trial in 
respect of an action or proceeding under the Divorce Act (Canada), 
the Family Law Act or the Matrimonial Property Act, 
	(a)	for the first 4 days, is 
	(b)	for each day after the fourth day, is
 
 
 

$0
$250.00
	(b)	in Division 6
	(i)	by repealing item 30 and substituting the 
following:
30   If permission to appeal is required, the fee for filing an 
application for permission to appeal is
 
$600.00
	(ii)	by repealing item 32 and substituting the 
following:
32   If permission to appeal is not required, the fee for filing a notice 
of appeal is
 
$600.00
32.1   The fee for filing an application in the course of an appeal is
$50.00
	(c)	in the Appendix in the definition of "document" by 
striking out "item 1" and substituting "any of items 1 to 
4".

4   This Regulation comes into force on May 1, 2015.


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Alberta Regulation 72/2015
Provincial Offences Procedure Act
PROCEDURES (TRAFFIC SAFETY) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 27, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 113/2015) 
on March 27, 2015 pursuant to section 42 of the Provincial Offences Procedure Act. 
1   The Procedures Regulation (AR 233/89) is amended by 
this Regulation.

2   Section 7.1(2) is amended by striking out "16.67%" and 
substituting "26.67%".
3   Schedule 2, Parts 27 to 44.1 are repealed and the 
following are substituted:
Part 27 
Traffic Safety Act
1   The specified penalty payable in respect of a contravention of a 
provision of the Traffic Safety Act shown in Column 1 is the amount 
shown in Column 2 in respect of that provision.
2   The specified penalty for the contravention of section 65(1)(a) or 
(b) of the Traffic Safety Act is the amount provided for the 
contravention of the relevant provision of the Vehicle Equipment 
Regulation (AR 122/2009).
3   The specified penalty for the contravention of section 111 or 
115(2)(a) of the Traffic Safety Act is the amount provided for the 
contravention of the relevant provision of the Use of Highway and 
Rules of the Road Regulation (AR 304/2002).
4(1)  The specified penalty for the contravention of section 131(1)(f) 
of the Traffic Safety Act is $27 per 100 kg for overloads up to 5000 kg 
and $47 per 100 kg for overloads over 5000 kg.
(2)  The specified penalty for the contravention of sections 131(1)(h), 
(i), (j), (k) and (l) of the Traffic Safety Act is $34 per 100 kg for 
overloads up to 5000 kg and $47 per 100 kg for overloads over 
5000 kg.
5   Proceedings with respect to a contravention of any provision of the 
Traffic Safety Act shown in Column 1 may be commenced by a 
violation ticket issued under either Part 2 or Part 3 of the Provincial 
Offences Procedure Act.

Item
Number
Column 1
(Section Number 
of Act)
Column 2
(Specified Penalty in 
Dollars)
 1
51(a), (b) and (c)
270
 2
51(d)
203
 3
51(e) to (f.3)
270
 4 
51(g)
135
 5
51(h)
270
 6
51(j) to (s)
405
 7
52(1)(a)
270
 8
52(1)(b)
405
 9
52(1)(d)
270
10
52(1)(e)
405
11
53(1)(a)
135
12
53(1)(b) to (d)
270
13
53(2)
270
14
61(2)(a) to (c)
405
15
65(1)(a)
see section 2 of this Part
16
65(1)(b)
see section 2 of this Part
17
65(1)(c)
135
18
65(1)(d)
135
19
65(1)(i)
270
20
65(1)(j)
270
21
66(5)
203
22
68(2)
405
23
71(1) to (4)
338
24
76(1)(a) and (b)
270
25
80(a)
270
26
111
see section 3 of this Part
27
115(2)(a)
see section 3 of this Part
28
115(2)(b) to (f)
473
29
115(2)(i) to (k)
203
30
115(2)(l) and (m)
405
31
115(2)(n)
405
32
115(2)(p)
see Part 28
33
115(2)(q)
203
34
115(2)(r)
see Part 28
35
115(2)(s)
203
36
115.1(1) 
250
37
115.2(1)
250
38
115.3(1)
250
39
115.4(1)
250
40
119(1)(a)
135
41
119(1)(b) to (d)
270
42
120(2)(a)
473
43
120(2)(b) and (c)
270
44
120(3)
270
45
121(1) and (2)
203
46
123(2) and (3)
203
47
124(1), (4)
203
48
124(6)
270
49
131(1)(a), (b), (c)


and (d)
405
50
131(1)(e)
675
51
131(1)(f)
see section 4(1) of this 
Part
52
131(1)(g)
270
53
131(1)(h)
see section 4(2) of this 
Part
54
131(1)(i)
see section 4(2) of this 
Part
55
131(1)(j)
see section 4(2) of this 
Part
56
131(1)(k)
see section 4(2) of this 
Part
57
131(1)(l)
see section 4(2) of this 
Part
58
131(1)(m)
270
59
131(1)(n)
405
60
137(a)
338
61
137(b)
270
62
138
270
63
140(1)
270
64
145
270
65
147
270
66
160(1) and (2)
see section 5(3) of the 
Regulation
67
166(2)(a) and (c)
338
68
166(2)(b)
203
69
166(3)
203
70
166(4)
203
71
167(1), (2) and (6)
203
Part 28 
Traffic Safety Act
(speeding offences)
1   The specified penalty payable in respect of contraventions of 
section 115(2)(p), (p.1) and (r) of the Traffic Safety Act and sections 
53(5)(c) and 70 of the Use of Highway and Rules of the Road 
Regulation (AR 304/2002) are those set out in the Table in this Part.
2   Proceedings with respect to a contravention of the provisions 
referred to in section 1 may be commenced by a violation ticket issued 
under either Part 2 or Part 3 of the Provincial Offences Procedure Act.
3   Where a person exceeds the speed limits referred to in the sections 
referred to in section 1 by more than 50 kilometres per hour, the person 
is required to appear before a justice without the alternative of making 
a voluntary payment.
Table



Kilometres
over limit
Amount of 
specified 
penalty (in 
dollars)


Kilometres 
over limit
Amount of 
specified 
penalty (in 
dollars)
1
 68
26
 184
2
 70
27
 189
3
 73
28
 196
4
 76
29
 203
5
 78
30
208
6
 81
31
220
7
 84
32
228
8
 86
33
239
9
 89
34
248
10
 92
35
258
11
 95
36
269
12
 97
37
278
13
100
38
290
14
103
39
300
15
105
40
311
16
122
41
321
17
130
42
331
18
134
43
342
19
142
44
351
20
146
45
360
21
153
46
371
22
161
47
382
23
165
48
392
24
173
49
402
25
177
50
413
Part 29 
Traffic Safety Act
(speeding offences)
1   The specified penalty payable in respect of contraventions of 
section 115(2)(p.2) and (t) of the Traffic Safety Act are those set out in 
the Table in this Part.
2   Proceedings with respect to a contravention of the provisions 
referred to in section 1 may be commenced by a violation ticket issued 
under either Part 2 or Part 3 of the Provincial Offences Procedure Act.
3   Where a person exceeds the speed limits referred to in the sections 
referred to in section 1 by more than 50 kilometres per hour, the person 
is required to appear before a justice without the alternative of making 
a voluntary payment.
Table



Kilometres
over limit
Amount of 
specified 
penalty (in 
dollars)


Kilometres 
over limit
Amount of 
specified 
penalty (in 
dollars)
1
136
26
368
2
140
27
378
3
146
28
392
4
152
29
406
5
156
30
416
6
162
31
440
7
168
32
456
8
172
33
478
9
178
34
496
10
184
35
516
11
190
36
538
12
194
37
556
13
200
38
580
14
206
39
600
15
210
40
622
16
244
41
642
17
260
42
662
18
268
43
684
19
284
44
702
20
292
45
720
21
306
46
742
22
322
47
764
23
330
48
784
24
346
49
804
25
354
50
826
Part 30 
Regulations Under the  
Traffic Safety Act
Bill of Lading and Conditions  
of Carriage Regulation
1   The specified penalty payable in respect of a contravention of a 
provision of the Bill of Lading and Conditions of Carriage Regulation 
(AR 313/2002) is $68, and proceedings with respect to the 
contravention may be commenced by a violation ticket issued under 
either Part 2 or Part 3 of the Provincial Offences Procedure Act.
Part 31 
Regulations Under the  
Traffic Safety Act
Commercial Vehicle Certificate  
and Insurance Regulation
1   The specified penalty payable in respect of a contravention of a 
provision of the Commercial Vehicle Certificate and Insurance 
Regulation (AR 314/2002) shown in Column 1 is the amount shown in 
Column 2 in respect of that provision, and proceedings with respect to 
the contravention may be commenced by a violation ticket issued 
under either Part 2 or Part 3 of the Provincial Offences Procedure Act.

Item
Number

Column 1
(Section Number 
of Regulation)
Column 2
(Specified Penalty 
in Dollars)
 1
2(1) and (2)
270
 2
3(1)
270
 3
10(1)
270
 4
11(1)
270
 5
18
270
 6
19(1) and (2)
270
 7
20(1)
270
 8
24(2), (3) and (4)
270
 9
26(2)
270
10
28
270
11
29(2)
270
12
40(1) and (2)
270
13
41(1)
270
14
42(1) and (2)
270
15
47(1) to (3)
270
16
48(1)
270
18
52(2)
270
19
53(1) and (3)
270
20
54
270
21
57
270
Part 32 
Regulations Under the  
Traffic Safety Act
Commercial Vehicle Dimension  
and Weight Regulation
1   The specified penalty payable in respect of a contravention of a 
provision of the Commercial Vehicle Dimension and Weight 
Regulation (AR 315/2002) shown in Column 1 is the amount shown in 
Column 2 in respect of that provision, and proceedings with respect to 
the contravention may be commenced by a violation ticket issued 
under either Part 2 or Part 3 of the Provincial Offences Procedure Act.
2   The specified penalty for the contravention of section 9(1) and (3) 
of the Commercial Vehicle Dimension and Weight Regulation (AR 
315/2002) is $27 per 100 kg for overloads of up to 5000 kg and $47 
per 100 kg for overloads over 5000 kg.
3   The specified penalty for the contravention of sections 11(2) and 
12(4) of the Commercial Vehicle Dimension and Weight Regulation 
(AR 315/2002) is $34 per 100 kg for overloads of up to 5000 kg and 
$47 per 100 kg for overloads over 5000 kg.

Item
Number
Column 1
(Section Number 
of Regulation)
Column 2
(Specified Penalty in 
Dollars)
 1
3
270
 2
4
270
 3
9(1) and (3)
see section 2 of this Part
 4
10(3)
270
 5
11(2)
see section 3 of this Part
 6
12(4)
see section 3 of this Part
 7
15(3) and (4)
270
 8
16
270
 9
18(4)
270
Part 33 
Regulations Under the  
Traffic Safety Act
Commercial Vehicle Safety Regulation
1   Proceedings with respect to the contravention of any provision 
referred to in this Part may be commenced by a violation ticket issued 
under either Part 2 or Part 3 of the Provincial Offences Procedure Act.
2   The specified penalty payable in respect of a contravention of a 
provision of the Commercial Vehicle Safety Regulation (AR 121/2009) 
shown in Column 1 is the amount shown in Column 2 in respect of that 
provision.
Item 
Number
Column 1 
(Section Number  
of Regulation)
Column 2 
(Specified Penalty  
in Dollars)
1
3
270
2
4(1)
see section 4 of this 
Part
3
4(2)
270
4
5(2)(a)
see section 5 of this 
Part
5
5(2)(b)
see Part 38
6
5(3)
see section 6 of this 
Part
7
5(4)
see section 7 of this 
Part
8
5(5)(a)
see section 8 of this 
Part
9
5(5)(b)
270
10
5(6)
270
11
6(1), (2), (3), (4) or (5)
270
12
7
270
13
8
270
14
10(2), (4)(a), (4)(b), (8)(a) 
(8)(b), (9) or (11)
270
15
11(1), (3) or (4)
270
16
12(2), (3), (4), (5) or (6)
270
17
13(1) or (2)
270
18
14(a) or (b)
270
19
15(a) or (b)
270
20
16(a) or (b)
270
21
17(3)
see section 3 of this 
Part
22
17(4)
675
23
18(a)
see Part 27
24
18(b)
see section 8 of this 
Part
25
19(1), (6) or (7)
270
26
20(1)
270
27
21
270
28
22(1)
270
29
23(2)
270
30
24
270
31
25(1) or (2) 
270
32
26(1) or (2)
270
33
27
270
34
28(1) or (2)
270
35
29
270
36
30
270
37
31(2)
see section 9 of this 
Part
38
32(2)
270
39
33(1) or (2)
270
40
35(1), (2) or (3)
270
41
36
270
42
37(2), (3) or (4)
270
43
38(1) or (2)
270
44
39
270
3(1)  In this Part, "Standard" means the National Safety Code Standard 
10 (Cargo Securement) made by the Canadian Council of Motor 
Transport Administrators dated June 2013, as amended from time to 
time, and adopted under section 2 of the Commercial Vehicle Safety 
Regulation (AR 121/2009).
(2)  The specified penalty for the contravention of section 17(3) of the 
Commercial Vehicle Safety Regulation (AR 121/2009) is the amount 
provided for the contravention of the relevant provision in the Standard 
provided for in this section.
(3)  The specified penalty payable in respect of a contravention of a 
provision of section 3(1), (2), (3) or (5) of Part 1, Division 1 of the 
Standard is $675.
(4)  The specified penalty payable in respect of a contravention of a 
provision of Part 1, Division 2 of the Standard shown in Column 1 is 
the amount shown in Column 2 in respect of that provision.
Item
Number
Column 1
(Section Number 
of Code)
Column 2
(Specified Penalty 
in Dollars)
 1
4(1)
675
 2
4(2)
203
 3
4(3)
675
 4
5
675
 5
6
675
(5)  The specified penalty payable in respect of a contravention of a 
provision of Part 1, Division 3 of the Standard shown in Column 1 is 
the amount shown in Column 2 in respect of that provision.
Item
Number
Column 1
(Section Number 
of Code)
Column 2
(Specified Penalty 
in Dollars)



 1
9
675
 2
10(2) or (3)
675
 3
11(4)
675
 4
13
675
 5
14
405
 6
15
203
 7
16
203
 8
17
675
 9
18
675
(6)  The specified penalty payable in respect of a contravention of a 
provision of Part 1, Division 4 of the Standard shown in Column 1 is 
the amount shown in Column 2 in respect of that provision.
Item
Number
Column 1
(Section Number 
of Code)
Column 2
(Specified Penalty 
in Dollars)



 1
19(1), (2) or (4)
675
 2
20
203
 3
22(2), (3) or (4)
675
(7)  The specified penalty payable in respect of a contravention of a 
provision of Part 1, Division 5 of the Standard shown in Column 1 is 
the amount shown in Column 2 in respect of that provision.
Item
Number
Column 1
(Section Number 
of Code)
Column 2
(Specified Penalty 
in Dollars)



 1
23(2)
405
 2
24
405
 3
25
405
 4
26
405
(8)  The specified penalty payable in respect of a contravention of a 
provision of Part 2, Division 1 of the Standard shown in Column 1 is 
the amount shown in Column 2 in respect of that provision.
Item
Number
Column 1
(Section Number 
of Code)
Column 2
(Specified Penalty in 
Dollars)



 1
29
675
 2
30
675
 3
31
675
 4
33
675
 5
34(2)
675
 6
35
675
 7
36
675
 8
37
675
 9
38
675
10
39
675
11
40(2), (3), (4) or (5)
675
(9)  The specified penalty payable in respect of a contravention of a 
provision of Part 2, Division 2 of the Standard shown in Column 1 is 
the amount shown in Column 2 in respect of that provision.
Item
Number
Column 1
(Section Number 
of Code)
Column 2
(Specified Penalty 
in Dollars)



 1
42
675
 2
43
675
 3
44
675
 4
45
675
 5
46(1)
675
 6
46(2)
405
 7
47
675
(10)  The specified penalty payable in respect of a contravention of a 
provision of Part 2, Division 3 of the Standard shown in Column 1 is 
the amount shown in Column 2 in respect of that provision.
Item
Number
Column 1
(Section Number 
of Code)
Column 2
(Specified Penalty 
in Dollars)



 1
49(2) or (3)
675
 2
49(4)
405
 3
50(2)
675
 4
50(3)
405
 5
50(4)
675
 6
52(1)
675
 7
52(2)
405
 8
52(3)
675
 9
53(1)
675
10
53(2)
405
11
53(3)
675
12
54(1)
675
13
54(2)
405
14
54(3)
675
15
55(2)
675
16
55(3)
405
17
55(4)
675
18
56
675
19
57
675
20
58
675
(11)  The specified penalty payable in respect of a contravention of a 
provision of Part 2, Division 4 of the Standard shown in Column 1 is 
the amount shown in Column 2 in respect of that provision.
Item
Number
Column 1
(Section Number 
of Code)
Column 2
(Specified Penalty in 
Dollars)



 1
60
405
 2
61
675
 3
62
675
 4
63(2)
675
 5
63(3) or (5)
405
 6
63(6), (7) or (8)
675
 7
64(2)
675
 8
65(3) or (4)
675
 9
65(5)
405
10
65(6)
675
11
66(2) or (3)
675
12
67
675
13
68(3), (4), (5) or (6)
675
14
68(7)
405
15
69(2), (3), (4) or (5)
675
16
70(3), (4) or (5)
675
17
71(2) or (3)
675
18
72(2)
675
19
72(3)
405
20
72(4)
675
(12)  The specified penalty payable in respect of a contravention of a 
provision of Part 2, Division 5 of the Standard shown in Column 1 is 
the amount shown in Column 2 in respect of that provision.
Item
Number
Column 1
(Section Number 
of Code)
Column 2
(Specified Penalty in 
Dollars)



 1
75(2), (3), (4), (5) or (6)
405
 2
76
675
 3
77
675
 4
78
675
 5
79(2), (3) or (4)
675
 6
80(3) or (4)
675
 7
81(2) or (3)
675
 8
82(2), (3), (4), (5), (6) or 
(7)
675
(13)  The specified penalty payable in respect of a contravention of a 
provision of Part 2, Division 6 of the Standard shown in Column 1 is 
the amount shown in Column 2 in respect of that provision.
Item
Number
Column 1
(Section Number 
of Code)
Column 2
(Specified Penalty 
in Dollars)



 1
84(2), (3) or (4)
675
 2
85(2), (3) or (4)
675
 3
86(2), (4) or (5)
675
(14)  The specified penalty payable in respect of a contravention of a 
provision of Part 2, Division 7 of the Standard shown in Column 1 is 
the amount shown in Column 2 in respect of that provision.
Item
Number
Column 1
(Section Number 
of Code)
Column 2
(Specified Penalty 
in Dollars)



 1
88(2), (3), (4) or (6)
675
 2
89(2), (3) or (4)
675
 3
91
675
 4
92
675
 5
93
675
(15)  The specified penalty payable in respect of a contravention of a 
provision of Part 2, Division 8 of the Standard shown in Column 1 is 
the amount shown in Column 2 in respect of that provision.
Item
Number
Column 1
(Section Number 
of Code)
Column 2
(Specified Penalty 
in Dollars)



 1
95
675
 2
96(1) or (2)
675
(16)  The specified penalty payable in respect of a contravention of a 
provision of Part 2, Division 9 of the Standard shown in Column 1 is 
the amount shown in Column 2 in respect of that provision.
Item
Number
Column 1
(Section Number 
of Code)
Column 2
(Specified Penalty 
in Dollars)



 1
98(1), (2) or (3)
675
 2
98(4)
405
 3
99(1)
675
 4
99(2)
405
 5
100
675
4(1)  The specified penalty for the contravention of section 4(1) of the 
Commercial Vehicle Safety Regulation (AR 121/2009) is the amount 
provided for the contravention of the relevant provision in Schedule 1 
to the Commercial Vehicle Safety Regulation (AR 121/2009) provided 
for in subsection (2).
(2)  The specified penalty payable in respect of a provision of Schedule 
1 to the Commercial Vehicle Safety Regulation (AR 121/2009) shown 
in Column 1 is the amount shown in Column 2 in respect of that 
provision.
Item
Number
Column 1
(Section Number  
of Regulation)
Column 2
(Specified Penalty  
in Dollars)



1
1(2) or (4)
270
2
2
270
3
3(2) or (3)
270
4
4(2) or (3)
270
5
5(1) or (2)
270
6
6(1) or (2)
270
7
7(1)
270
8
8
270
9
9(1), (2) or (3)
270
10
10
270
11
11(a) or (b)
270
12
13(1)(a)
135
13
13(1)(b) or (1)(c)
270
14
14
270
15
15(1), (2)(a), (2)(b) or 
(2)(c)
270
16
16(1) or (2)
270
17
17(1), (2), (3), (4) or (5)
270
5(1)  The specified penalty for the contravention of section 5(2)(a) of 
the Commercial Vehicle Safety Regulation (AR 121/2009) is the 
amount provided for the contravention of the relevant provision in 
Schedule 2 to the Commercial Vehicle Safety Regulation 
(AR 121/2009) provided for in subsection (2).
(2)  The specified penalty payable in respect of a provision of Schedule 
2 to the Commercial Vehicle Safety Regulation (AR 121/2009) shown 
in Column 1 is the amount shown in Column 2 in respect of that 
provision.
Item
Number
Column 1
(Section Number  
of Regulation)
Column 2
(Specified Penalty  
in Dollars)



1
1(1) or (2)
270
2
2
270
3
3
270
4
4
270
5
5(2)
270
6
6
270
7
7(1) or (2)
270
8
8(a), (b), (c), (d) or (e)
270
9
9(2)(a), (b), (c), (d), (e) or 
(f)
270
10
10
270
11
11(2)
270
12
12
270
13
13
270
14
14
270
15
15
270
16
16(2)
270
17
17
270
18
18
270
19
19
270
20
20(2)
270
21
21(2)
270
22
22
270
23
23
270
24
24
270
25
25(1) or (2)
270
26
26
270
27
27
270
28
28(2) or (3)
270
29
29
270
30
30
270
31
31(1) or (2)
270
32
32
270
33
33
270
6(1)  The specified penalty for the contravention of section 5(3) of the 
Commercial Vehicle Safety Regulation (AR 121/2009) is the amount 
provided for the contravention of the relevant provision in Schedule 3 
to the Commercial Vehicle Safety Regulation (AR 121/2009) provided 
for in subsection (2).
(2)  The specified penalty payable in respect of a provision of Schedule 
3 to the Commercial Vehicle Safety Regulation (AR 121/2009) shown 
in Column 1 is the amount shown in Column 2 in respect of that 
provision.
Item
Number
Column 1
(Section Number  
of Regulation)
Column 2
(Specified Penalty  
in Dollars)



1
1
270
2
2
270
3
3
270
4
4
270
5
5(1) or (2)
270
6
6
270
7
7
270
8
8
270
9
9(1) or (2)
270
7(1)  The specified penalty for the contravention of section 5(4) of the 
Commercial Vehicle Safety Regulation (AR 121/2009) is the amount 
provided for the contravention of the relevant provision in Schedule 4 
to the Commercial Vehicle Safety Regulation (AR 121/2009) provided 
for in subsection (2).
(2)  The specified penalty payable in respect of a provision of Schedule 
4 to the Commercial Vehicle Safety Regulation (AR 121/2009) shown 
in Column 1 is the amount shown in Column 2 in respect of that 
provision.
Item
Number
Column 1
(Section Number  
of Regulation)
Column 2
(Specified Penalty  
in Dollars)



1
2
270
2
3(1), (2), (3), (4), (5), (6), 
(7), (8), (9), (10) or (11)
270
3
4(1), (2), (3), (4), (5), (6), 
(7), (8), (9) or (10)
270
4
5
270
5
6
270
6
7
270
7
8
270
8
9
270
9
10
270
10
11
270
11
12
270
12
13
270
13
14(1) or (2)
270
8(1)  The specified penalty for the contravention of section 5(5)(a) of 
the Commercial Vehicle Safety Regulation (AR 121/2009) is the 
amount provided for the contravention of the relevant provision in 
Schedule 5 to the Commercial Vehicle Safety Regulation 
(AR 121/2009) provided for in subsection (2).
(2)  The specified penalty payable in respect of a provision of Schedule 
5 to the Commercial Vehicle Safety Regulation (AR 121/2009) shown 
in Column 1 is the amount shown in Column 2 in respect of that 
provision.
Item
Number
Column 1
(Section Number  
of Regulation)
Column 2
(Specified Penalty  
in Dollars)



1
2(1), (3) or (4)
270
2
3(1), (2) or (3)
270
3
4(1) or (2)
270
4
5(1) or (2)
270
5
6(1) or (2)
270
6
7
270
7
8(1) or (2)
270
8
9(1), (2), (3), (4), (5) or (6) 
270
9
10(1), (2) or (3)
270
10
11(1), (2), (3) or (4)
270
11
12(1) or (2)
270
12
13
270
13
14
270
14
15(1), (2) or (3)
270
15
16
270
16
17
270
17
18
270
18
19
270
19
20
270
20
21
270
21
22(1) or (2)
405
22
23(2), (3) or (4)
270
23
24
270
24
25(1) or (2)
270
25
26
270
26
27
270
27
28
270
28
29
270
29
30
270
30
31
270
9(1)  The specified penalty for the contravention of section 31(2) of 
the Commercial Vehicle Safety Regulation (AR 121/2009) is the 
amount provided for the contravention of the relevant provision in 
Schedule 6 to the Commercial Vehicle Safety Regulation 
(AR 121/2009) provided for in subsection (2).
(2)  The specified penalty payable in respect of a provision of Schedule 
6 to the Commercial Vehicle Safety Regulation (AR 121/2009) shown 
in Column 1 is the amount shown in Column 2 in respect of that 
provision.
Item
Number
Column 1
(Section Number  
of Regulation)
Column 2
(Specified Penalty  
in Dollars)



1
2
270
2
3(1) or (2)
270
3
4(1) or (2)
270
4
5
270
5
6
270
6
7
270
7
8
270
8
9
270
9
10(2), (3) or (4)
270
10
11(1) 
270
11
12(1) or (2)
270
12
13(1), (2) or (3)
270
13
14(1) or (2)
270
14
15(1) or (2)
270
Part 34 
Regulations Under the  
Traffic Safety Act
Drivers' Hours of Service Regulation
1   The specified penalty payable in respect of a contravention of a 
provision of the Drivers' Hours of Service Regulation (AR 317/2002) 
is $405, and proceedings with respect to the contravention may be 
commenced by a violation ticket issued under either Part 2 or Part 3 of 
the Provincial Offences Procedure Act.
Part 35  
Regulations Under the  
Traffic Safety Act
Off-Highway Vehicle Regulation
1   The specified penalty payable in respect of a contravention of a 
provision of the Off-highway Vehicle Regulation (AR 319/2002) 
shown in Column 1 is the amount shown in Column 2 in respect of that 
provision, and proceedings with respect to the contravention may be 
commenced by a violation ticket issued under either Part 2 or Part 3 of 
the Provincial Offences Procedure Act.

Item
Number
Column 1
(Section Number  
of Regulation)
Column 2
(Specified Penalty  
in Dollars)



 1
2
135
 2
3
 68
 3
4
 68
 4
5
 68
 5
6
 68
 6
8
 68
 7
9
 68
 8
14
 68
 9
19
 68
10 
25
135
11
29(2)
 68
12
29(3)
135
13
33(1)
 68
Part 36  
Regulations Under the  
Traffic Safety Act
Operator Licensing and Vehicle Control Regulation
1   The specified penalty payable in respect of a contravention of a 
provision of the Operator Licensing and Vehicle Control Regulation 
(AR 320/2002) shown in Column 1 is the amount shown in Column 2 
in respect of that provision, and proceedings with respect to the 
contravention may be commenced by a violation ticket issued under 
either Part 2 or Part 3 of the Provincial Offences Procedure Act.

Item
Number
Column 1
(Section Number  
of Regulation)
Column 2
(Specified Penalty  
in Dollars)



 1
8(1)
135
 2
8(2)
270
 3
9(2)
135
 4
13(2)
135
 5
16(1)
135
 6
20(1) and (2)
135
 7
27
270
 8
29(3) and (5)
270
 9
31
270
10
32(4)
135
11
33(8)
135
12
57(3)
135
13
65(4)
135
14
68(3)
135
15
70(2)
135
16
71(1)
135
17
72(6)
135
18
73(6)
135
19
74(3)
405
20
75(1), (3) and (5)
270
21
85(2), (3) and (4)
135
22
86(4)
135
23
87(a)
135
24
87(b)
270
25
88(4) and (6)
135
26
93(1) and (2)
135
27
140(2)
338
28
142
135
29
148
338
Part 37 
Regulations Under the  
Traffic Safety Act
Use of Highway and Rules of  
the Road Regulation
1   The specified penalty payable in respect of a contravention of a 
provision of the Use of Highway and Rules of the Road Regulation 
(AR 304/2002) shown in Column 1 is the amount shown in Column 2 
in respect of that provision, and proceedings with respect to the 
contravention may be commenced by a violation ticket issued under 
either Part 2 or Part 3 of the Provincial Offences Procedure Act.

Item
Number
Column 1
(Section Number  
of Regulation)
Column 2
(Specified Penalty  
in Dollars)



 1
2(1)(a)
203
 2
2(1)(b) and (c)
135
 3
2(4)
203
 4
3
135
 5
8
203
 6
9
135
 7
12(1)
203
 8
12(2)(a) and (b)
135
 9
13
135
10
14
135
11
15(1)(a) to (e)
203
12
15(2)
135
13
15(4)
203
14
15(5) and (6)
135
15
16(1)
135
16
17
203
17
18(1)
203
18
18(2)
135
19
19(1)
203
20
20
203
21
21(1)
135
22
21(2)
203
23
22(2)(b)
203
24
23
203
25
24
135
26
25
135
27
26
135
28
27(1), (2) and (4)
135
29
29
135
30
30
135
31
31
203
32
32
135
33
33
135
34
34
135
35
35
135
36
36(2) and (3)
135
37
37
338
38
38
203
39
39
338
40
40
203
41
41(1) and (2)
675
42
42(2) and (3)
270
43
42(4)(a)
338
44
42(4)(b)
270
45
42(5)
270
46
42(8)
 68
47
42(9)
135
48
43(2) to (5)
135
49
44(d) to (o)
 68
50
44(p)
203
51
44(q)
 68
52
45(1)
 68
53
46
 68
54
47
 68
55
48
 68
56
49
135
57
49.1(2) or (3)
135
58
50
135
59
51
135
60
52(1) to (5)
135
61
53(1) to (4)
135
62
53(5)(c)
see Part 28
63
53(5)(d)
203
64
54(1)
338
65
54(4) to (6)
203
66
55(1)(a)
135
67
55(1)(b)
 68
68
55(1)(c) and (d)
135
69
55(1)(e) and (f)
135
70
55(2)
135
71
55.1
135
72
55.2(1) or (2)
135
73
56(1)
135
74
56(2)(a) and (b)
135
75
57
203
76
58
203
77
59
135
78
60
135
79
62
135
80
65(1) and (2)
203
81
70
see Part 28
82
71
405
83
72(1)
473
84
72(2)
405
85
73(1) and (4)
203
86
73(1.1)(a)
203
87
74
 68
88
76
 68
89
77(1), (2) and (3)
 68
90
77(4)
135
91
77(5)
 68
92
78
 68
93
80
135
94
81(1) and (2)
 68
95
81(3)
135
96
82
135
97
83
 68
98
84(2)
135
99
85(1), (3) and (4)
135
100
86
135
101
87
135
102
88(1)
135
103
89
270
104
90
 68
105
91
 68
106
92
 68
107
94(3)
135
108
95(2), (3) and (4)
 68
109
96(1) and (2)
 68
110
97(1)
 68
111
98(3)
 68
112
99
 68
113
100
 68
114
101(1)
203
115
101(2)
135
116
102(1)
135
117
106
 68
118
107(1)
135
119
108
135
120
109(1)
 68
121
110(1)
135
122
111(1)
270
123
112(1)
338
Part 38 
Regulations under the  
Traffic Safety Act
Vehicle Equipment Regulation
1   The specified penalty payable in respect of a contravention of a 
provision of the Vehicle Equipment Regulation (AR 122/2009) shown 
in Column 1 is the amount shown in Column 2 in respect of that 
provision and proceedings with respect to the contravention may be 
commenced by a violation ticket issued under either Part 2 or Part 3 of 
the Provincial Offences Procedure Act.
Item
Number
Column 1
(Section Number  
of Regulation)
Column 2
(Specified Penalty  
in Dollars)



1
3
135
2
4(2) or (4)
68
3
6(1), (2), (4) or (5)
68
4
7(2), (3) or (4)
68
5
8(1) or (2)
68
6
9(2)
68

10(1)
68
7
10(2) or (3)
135
8
11(1) or (3)
68
9
13(1), (2), (3), (4), (5) or 
(6)
68
10
14(1), (2) or (3)
68
11
16(1)
135
12
16(2)
68
13
17(1)
68
14
18(1), (2), (3), (4), (5) or 
(6)
68
15
19(1), (2), (3), (4), (5) or 
(6)
68
16
20(1) or (2)
68
17
20(3)
135
18
21(3) or (4)
135
19
22
68
20
23(2), (3), (4), (5), (6), (8) 
or (9)
68
21
24(1) or (3)
203
22
25(2) or (6)
203
23
26(2), (3), (4) or (5)
203
24
27(1), (2), (3) or (4)
203
25
28(3)
203
26
29(2)
203
27
30(2)
203
28
31(1), (2) or (4)
203
29
32(3)
203
30
33(2)
203
31
34(1), (2), (3), (4), (5), (6), 
(8) or (9)
203
32
35(2)
203
33
36
68
34
37(1) or (2)
68
35
38(1), (2) or (4)
68
36
39(1), (2), (4), (5) or (6)
68
37
40(1), (2), (4), (5) or (6)
68
38
41
68
39
42(2), (3), (4), (5), (6), (8), 
(9), (10) or (11)
68
40
43
68
41
44
68
42
45
135
43
46(1) or (2)
68
44
48(1), (2), (3), (4) or (6)
68
45
49
68
46
50(1) or (2)
135
47
51
135
48
52(2) or (3)
68
49
53(2) or (3)
135
50
54(1), (2), (3) or (4)
203
51
55(5)
203
52
56(1) or (2)
203
53
57(1) or (2)
203
54
59(1) or (2)
135
55
60
68
56
61(1), (2) or (3)
135
57
62(1), (2) or (3)
68
58
63
68
59
64(1), (2) or (3)
68
60
65(1) or (2)
405
61
66(2)
203
62
67(1) or (2)
68
63
68(1)
68
64
69
68
65
70(1), (2), (3), (4), (6) or 
(7)
68
66
71(2), (3), (4), (6), (7) or 
(9)
68
67
72(1), (2) or (3)
68
68
73
68
69
74(1), (2), (3) or (4)
68
70
75
270
71
76(1) or (2)
68
72
77
135
73
78
135
74
79(1)
68
75
79(2), (3) or (6)
135
76
82(1), (2), (3), (4), (5) or 
(6)
135
77
83(1) or (2)
135
78
88(4)
135
79
90(1), (6), (7), (8) or (9)
203
80
90(2) or (4)
203
81
91(3)
203
82
91(4)
203
83
92(1) or (2)
203
84
93
203
85
94
203
86
95
203
87
97(1), (3) or (4)
203
88
98(1), (2) or (3)
203
89
99(3)
203
90
100
203
91
101
135
92
102(2), (3) or (4)
203
93
105
270
94
106(1)
675
95
107(2)
135
96
108(1), (3) or (4)
135
97
109
135
98
110
135
99
111(1), (2) or (3)
81
100
112(1), (3), (4), (5) or (6)
81
101
112(7)
135
102
113(1)
135
103
113(2)
68
104
114(4)
203
Part 39 
Regulations Under the 
Traffic Safety Act
Vehicle Inspection Regulation
1   The specified penalty payable in respect of a contravention of a 
provision of the Vehicle Inspection Regulation (AR 211/2006) shown in 
Column 1 is the amount shown in Column 2 in respect of that provision.
2   An "X" in Column 3 indicates that proceedings may be commenced by 
a violation ticket issued under either Part 2 or Part 3 of the Provincial 
Offences Procedure Act.
Item
Number
Column 1
(Section 
Number  
of Regulation)
Column 2
(Specified 
Penalty  
in Dollars)
Column 3 
(Part 2/Part 3 
Violation 
Ticket)




1
7(1) or (2)
270

2
9
270

3
12(1)
270

4
13(a) or (b)
270

5
14(a) or (b)
270

6
15(1)
270

7
19(1)(a), (1)(b), 
(1)(c), (1)(d), 
(2)(a) or (2)(b)
270
X
8
20(1)(a), (1)(b), 
(1)(c) or (1)(d)
270
X
9
21(1) or (3)
270
X
10
24
270

11
25(3)
270

12
26(1)
270

13
27(1), (2), (3), 
(5)(a), (5)(b), 
(5)(c), (5)(d), 
(6), (7)(a) or 
(7)(b)
270

14
28(1)(a), (1)(b), 
(1)(c), (1)(d), 
(1)(e) or (2)
270

15
29(1)(a), (1)(b), 
(1)(c), (2)(a) or 
(2)(b)
270

16
32(3)
270

17
33(6)
270

18
34(7)
270

19
39(1)
270

20
44(1), (2) or (3)
270

21
45(1) or (2)
270

22
46(1)
270

23
52(a), (b), (c) or 
(d)
270

24
55(3)
270

25
60
270

26
64(1)(a), (1)(b), 
(1)(c), (1)(d), 
(2)(a), (2)(b), 
(2)(c), (2)(d) or 
(2)(e)
270

27
78(2)
270

28
79(1), (2)(a) or 
(2)(b)
270

29
81(2)
270

30
82(5)
270

31
83(1) or (2)
270

32
84(1) or (4)
270


4   This Regulation comes into force on May 1, 2015.


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Alberta Regulation 73/2015
Security Services and Investigators Act
SECURITY SERVICES AND INVESTIGATORS (MINISTERIAL) 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 27, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Justice and Solicitor General 
(M.O. JSG 1-2015) on March 27, 2015 pursuant to section 48(1) of the Security 
Services and Investigators Act. 
1   The Security Services and Investigators (Ministerial) 
Regulation (AR 55/2010) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1(1) is amended by adding the following after 
clause (c):
	(c.1)	automotive lock bypass licence;
3   Section 2 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Security services licence
2   A security services licence may be issued for the following 
services:
	(a)	general security services;
	(b)	loss prevention services;
	(c)	executive security services;
	(d)	patrol dog handler services;
	(e)	security alarm responder services.

4   Section 3 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Locksmith and automotive lock bypass licence
3(1)  The following types of locksmith licence may be issued:
	(a)	general locksmith licence;
	(b)	locksmith equipment sales and promotion licence.
(2)  The following types of automotive locksmith licence may be 
issued:
	(a)	automotive lock bypass worker licence.

5   Section 5 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Application for or renewal of individual licence
5(1)  An application for an individual licence must be accompanied 
by
	(a)	a statement signed by the applicant showing what, if any, 
criminal charges, convictions or investigations there are 
against the applicant,
	(b)	proof that the applicant has reached the age of majority,
	(c)	a colour passport-sized photograph of the applicant taken 
within the previous 3 months and notarized by a person 
authorized by the Registrar,
	(d)	proof that the applicant is a Canadian citizen or lawfully 
entitled to work in Canada,
	(e)	a criminal record check, police information check and 
vulnerable sector search,
	(f)	a statement that the applicant has sufficient fluency in the 
English language to be able to converse in English with the 
public while carrying out his or her duties, 
	(g)	if required for the purposes of the class of licence, proof that 
the applicant has successfully completed training 
requirements, including baton training, as approved by the 
Registrar, and
	(h)	any other information requested by the Registrar.
(2)  An application for renewal of an individual licence must be 
accompanied by
	(a)	a statement signed by the applicant showing what, if any, 
criminal charges, convictions or investigations there are 
against the applicant,
	(b)	a colour passport-sized photograph of the applicant taken 
within the previous 3 months and notarized by a person 
authorized by the Registrar,
	(c)	proof that the applicant is a Canadian citizen or lawfully 
entitled to work in Canada, if a change has occurred since 
application or last renewal,
	(d)	a criminal record check, police information check and 
vulnerable sector search,
	(e)	if required for the purposes of the class of licence, proof that 
the applicant has successfully completed baton training as 
approved by the Registrar, and
	(f)	any other information requested by the Registrar.

6   Section 6 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Application for or renewal of business licence
6(1)  Subject to subsection (3), an application for a business licence 
must be accompanied by
	(a)	proof that the business is incorporated in Canada and has a 
mailing address in Alberta,
	(b)	proof the business has minimum liability insurance of 
$1 000 000,
	(c)	if required, a municipal business licence or permit,
	(d)	a description of the licensed services the business plans to 
provide,
	(e)	a copy of the code of conduct required under section 20,
	(f)	colour pictures of uniforms, if applicable,
	(g)	colour pictures of vehicles, if applicable,
	(h)	samples of the shoulder crest on uniforms, if applicable,
	(i)	a copy of the internal policy of the business for training, 
issuing, using and storing weapons and equipment, if 
applicable,
	(j)	a list of equipment carried and used by individual licensees,
	(k)	the complaint management process,
	(l)	contact information for senior officials for the business,
	(m)	a list of individual licensees that are employed by the 
business and a list of individuals who, subject to being issued 
a licence, will be employed by that business,
	(n)	a criminal record check, police information check and 
vulnerable sector search for each director or officer of the 
business who reside in Alberta,
	(o)	a signed statement for each owner and partner of the business 
showing what, if any, convictions there are against that 
individual, and
	(p)	any other information requested by the Registrar.
(2)  Subject to subsection (3), an application for renewal of a 
business licence must be accompanied by
	(a)	proof the business has minimum liability insurance of 
$1 000 000,
	(b)	if required, a municipal business licence or permit,
	(c)	contact information for senior officials for the business,
	(d)	a list of individual licensees that are employed by the 
business and a list of individuals who, subject to being issued 
a licence, will be employed by that business,
	(e)	a criminal record check, police information check and 
vulnerable sector search for each director or officer of the 
business located in Alberta,
	(f)	a signed statement for each owner and partner of the business 
showing what, if any, convictions there are against that 
individual,
	(g)	any information requested in subsection (1) where a change 
has occurred since the application or the previous renewal, 
and 
	(h)	any other information requested by the Registrar.
(3)  Where the security services provided by a business are not the 
primary services provided by a business, that business is not required 
to submit the information referred to in subsection (1)(n) and (o) 
with the application for or a renewal of a business licence.

7   Section 7 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1) by striking out "12 months after the 
date on which the Act comes into force,";
	(b)	by repealing subsection (2) and substituting the 
following:
(2)  If an individual who holds a locksmith licence wishes to 
apply for an individual licence in another class of licence, the 
individual must obtain the Registrar's approval before 
applying.

8   Section 13 is repealed.

9   Section 14(3), (4) and (5) are repealed and the following 
is substituted:
(3)  Applicants who request authorization to carry a baton must 
successfully complete a training course approved by the Registrar.
(4)  Persons who are authorized to carry a baton must every 36 
months successfully complete a recertification course approved by 
the Registrar.

10   Section 16(4)(a) is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
	(a)	must be in the uniform of the employer, if required for that 
particular class of licence,

11   Section 21(1) is repealed and the following is 
substituted:
Uniforms
21(1)  Unless exempted by section 22 or the Registrar, an individual 
licensee must wear an approved uniform, as designated by the 
individual's employer, while on duty.

12   The following is added after section 30:
Fees
30.1   The fees for business licences and individual licences are set 
out in the Schedule.

13   Section 31 is repealed.

14   Section 32 is amended by striking out "March 31, 2015" 
and substituting "March 31, 2023".

15   The Schedules are repealed and the following is 
substituted:
Schedule 
Fees for Business Licences
The fee for a one-year term business licence is set out in column 2.  
The fee for a 2-year or a 3-year term business licence is twice or triple 
the amount set out in column 2, as the case may be.

Column 1 
Licence type
Column 2  
Fee 
(in dollars)
Application for an investigator licence
500
Application for a locksmith licence
500
Application for a locksmith equipment 
sales and promotion licence
 
400
Application for an automotive lock bypass 
licence
 
400
Application for a security services licence
500
Application for a registered business that 
employs licensees on an in-house basis
 
400
Fees for Individual Licences
The fee for a one-year term individual licence is set out in column 2.  
The fee for a 2-year individual licence is twice the amount set out in 
column 2.

Column 1 
Licence type
Column 2 
Fee 
(in dollars)
Application for an investigator licence
80
Application for a locksmith licence
80
Application for a locksmith equipment 
sales and promotion worker licence
 
50
Application for an automotive lock 
bypass worker licence
 
50
Application for a security services 
licence
 
50


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Alberta Regulation 74/2015
Fair Trading Act
DIRECT SELLING BUSINESS LICENSING (EXTENSION OF  
EXPIRY DATE) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: March 30, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Service Alberta (M.O. SA:011/2015) 
on March 25, 2015 pursuant to sections 105, 139 and 162 of the Fair Trading Act. 
1   The Direct Selling Business Licensing Regulation 
(AR 190/99) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 13 is amended by striking out "June 30, 2015" and 
substituting "June 30, 2020".