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Alberta Regulation 153/2015
Gas Resources Preservation Act
APPROVAL OF SHORT-TERM PERMITS (EXTENSION OF 
EXPIRY DATE) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 16, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 228/2015) 
on October 16, 2015 pursuant to section 13 of the Gas Resources Preservation Act. 
1   The Approval of Short-Term Permits Regulation 
(AR 334/2002) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 3 is amended by striking out "October 31, 2015" 
and substituting "October 31, 2017".


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Alberta Regulation 154/2015
Security Services and Investigators Act
SECURITY SERVICES AND INVESTIGATORS 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 16, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 233/2015) 
on October 16, 2015 pursuant to section 47 of the Security Services and Investigators 
Act. 
1   The Security Services and Investigators Regulation 
(AR 52/2010) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 9 is amended by adding the following after 
subsection (1):
(2)  Notwithstanding the individual licensee's licence authorizing 
equipment the individual licensee may use, a business licensee may 
limit or restrict the equipment the individual licensee employed or 
engaged for services by that business licensee may carry and use.
(3)  A business licensee may permit the use of additional equipment, 
other than the equipment listed under subsection (1), to an individual 
licensee employed or engaged for services by the business licensee.



Alberta Regulation 155/2015
Safety Codes Act
SAFETY CODES (PERSONS WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES 
RESIDENCES) EXEMPTION ORDER
Filed: October 20, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Municipal Affairs (M.O. P:010/15) 
on October 14, 2015 pursuant to section 2(2) of the Safety Codes Act. 
1(1)   In this Order,
	(a)	"building" means a building as defined in the Safety Codes 
Act, that is designed for residential occupancy;
	(b)	"Building Code" means the Alberta Building Code 2014 as 
declared in force by the Building Code Regulation 
(AR 31/2015);
	(c)	"care occupancy" means a care occupancy as defined in the 
Fire Code or the Building Code;
	(d)	"Fire Code" means the Alberta Fire Code 2014 as declared in 
force by the Fire Code Regulation (AR 32/2015);
	(e)	"residence" means 


	(i)	a residence as defined in the Persons with 
Developmental Disabilities Safety Standards Regulation 
(AR 229/2013), and 
	(ii)	a residence intended for permanent residential living at 
which family-managed services are provided in order to 
assist an adult with developmental disabilities, whether 
or not the family owns or leases the building or unit; 
	(f)	"residential occupancy" means a residential occupancy as 
defined in the Fire Code or the Building Code;
	(g)	"treatment occupancy" means a treatment occupancy as 
defined in the Fire Code or the Building Code.
(2)  A building containing a residence that is occupied for use as a care 
occupancy or a treatment occupancy 
	(a)	must meet the requirements of the Fire Code for a residential 
occupancy, and
	(b)	is exempt from all other requirements of the Fire Code. 
(3)  A building containing a residence that is occupied for use as a care 
occupancy or a treatment occupancy 
	(a)	must meet the requirements of the Building Code for a 
residential occupancy, and
	(b)	is exempt from 
	(i)	all other requirements of the Building Code, and
	(ii)	the requirement to obtain a permit for a change in 
occupancy under the Permit Regulation (AR 204/2007). 
(4)  Subsections (2) and (3) do not apply to a building containing a 
residence in which a person receiving services pursuant to the Persons 
with Developmental Disabilities Services Act
	(a)	is, as a part of the person's service plan, locked in the 
residence in such a way that the person cannot egress without 
assistance from the staff of the residence, or
	(b)	is dependent on the staff of the residence as the person's only 
means of egress in the event of a fire.

2   This Order expires on March 31, 2016.


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Alberta Regulation 156/2015
Safety Codes Act
EXEMPTION AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 21, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Municipal Affairs (M.O. P:006/15) 
on October 16, 2015 pursuant to section 2(2) of the Safety Codes Act. 
1   The Exemption Regulation (AR 351/2003) is amended by 
this Regulation.

2   Section 5 is amended by striking out "Alberta Fire Code 
2006" wherever it occurs and substituting "Alberta Fire Code 
2014".

3   Section 10.1 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1)
	(i)	by repealing clause (a) and substituting the 
following:
	(a)	"Alberta Building Code 2014" means the Alberta 
Building Code 2014 declared in force by section 1 
of the Building Code Regulation (AR 31/2015);
	(ii)	in clause (b) by striking out "Alberta Building 
Code 2006" and substituting "Alberta Building Code 
2014";
	(b)	in subsection (2)
	(i)	by striking out "(AR 117/2007)" and substituting 
"(AR 31/2015)";
	(ii)	by striking out "Alberta Building Code 2006" and 
substituting "Alberta Building Code 2014";
	(iii)	in clause (e)(ii) by striking out "(AR 118/2007)" 
and substituting "(AR 32/2015)";
	(c)	in subsection (3) by striking out "Alberta Building 
Code 2006" and substituting "Alberta Building Code 
2014".

4   Section 12 is amended by striking out "November 30, 2015" 
and substituting  "November 30, 2020".


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Alberta Regulation 157/2015
Fisheries (Alberta) Act
FISHERIES (MINISTERIAL) (EXPIRY DATE EXTENSION, 2015) 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 21, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Environment and Parks 
(M.O. 34/2015) on October 20, 2015 pursuant to section 44 of the Fisheries (Alberta) 
Act. 
1   The Fisheries (Ministerial) Regulation (AR 220/97) is 
amended by this Regulation.
2   Section 7 is amended by striking out "October 31, 2015" 
and substituting "October 31, 2016".


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Alberta Regulation 158/2015
Personal Property Security Act
PERSONAL PROPERTY SECURITY AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 23, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 242/2015) 
on October 22, 2015 pursuant to section 73 of the Personal Property Security Act. 
1   The Personal Property Security Regulation (AR 95/2001) 
is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 70 is repealed.


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Alberta Regulation 159/2015
Personal Property Security Act
PERSONAL PROPERTY SECURITY FORMS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 23, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 243/2015) 
on October 22, 2015 pursuant to section 73 of the Personal Property Security Act. 
1   The Personal Property Security Forms Regulation 
(AR 231/2002) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 3 is repealed.



Alberta Regulation 160/2015
Alberta Investment Management Corporation Act
ALBERTA INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT CORPORATION 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 23, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 246/2015) 
on October 22, 2015 pursuant to section 20 of the Alberta Investment Management 
Corporation Act. 
1   The Alberta Investment Management Corporation 
Regulation (AR 225/2007) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 2(1) and (2) are repealed and the following is 
substituted:
Term of appointment
2(1)   A director may be appointed for a term not exceeding 3 years 
and is eligible for reappointment if the reappointment does not result 
in the director serving more than 10 years.
(2)  Subject to the 10-year maximum established by subsection (1) 
and notwithstanding section 3(1)(c), a director continues to hold 
office after the expiry of the director's term until
	(a)	the director is reappointed,
	(b)	a successor is appointed, or
	(c)	a period of 6 months has elapsed,
whichever occurs first.

3   Section 3(1) is amended
	(a)	by striking out "or" at the end of clause (b);
	(b)	by repealing clause (c) and substituting the 
following:
	(c)	the director's appointment expires, or
	(d)	the director's appointment is terminated by the 
Lieutenant Governor in Council.



Alberta Regulation 161/2015
Regional Health Authorities Act
REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY MEMBERSHIP 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 23, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 247/2015) 
on October 22, 2015 pursuant to section 23 of the Regional Health Authorities Act. 
1   The Regional Health Authority Membership Regulation 
(AR 164/2004) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 3(2) is repealed and the following is substituted:
(2)  With respect to each regional health authority, the Minister
	(a)	shall designate one of the members as chair, and
	(b)	may designate one of the members as vice-chair.
(2.1)  If the Minister has not designated a vice-chair, the members 
may designate a vice-chair from among themselves, but the 
designation ceases to be effective when a designation made by the 
Minister under subsection (2)(b) takes effect.

3   Section 5(1), (3), (5) and (6) are repealed.


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Alberta Regulation 162/2015
Special Areas Act
SPECIAL AREAS SERVICE FEES AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 23, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 248/2015) 
on October 22, 2015 pursuant to section 5 of the Special Areas Act. 
1   The Special Areas Service Fees (Expiry Date Extension) 
Amendment Regulation (AR 143/2015) is amended by this 
Regulation.

2   Section 2 is amended by striking out "Section 5" and 
substituting "Section 4".



Alberta Regulation 163/2015
Government Organization Act
DESIGNATION AND TRANSFER OF RESPONSIBILITY 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 23, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 250/2015) 
on October 22, 2015 pursuant to sections 16, 17 and 18 of the Government 
Organization Act. 
1   The Designation and Transfer of Responsibility 
Regulation (AR 80/2012) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1 is renumbered as section 1(1) and the 
following is added after subsection (1):
(2)  The responsibility for the following enactments is transferred to 
the President of Executive Council:
	(a)	Constitutional Referendum Act;


	(b)	section 11 of the Government Organization Act and sections 
6 and 7 of Schedule 6 to the Government Organization Act;
	(c)	Senatorial Selection Act.
(3)  The responsibility for section 1 of Schedule 6 to the Government 
Organization Act is transferred to the common responsibility of the 
President of Executive Council and the Minister of Economic 
Development and Trade.
(4)  The responsibility for that part of the public service associated 
with the parts of the appropriation transferred under subsection (5) is 
transferred to the President of the Executive Council.
(5)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of program 2, Intergovernmental Relations, except the 
portion transferred to the responsibility of the Minister of Economic 
Development and Trade under section 4.1(6)(b), of the 2015-16 
Government appropriation under the Appropriation (Interim Supply) 
Act, 2015 (No.2) for International and Intergovernmental Relations is 
transferred to the President of Executive Council.

3   The following is added after section 2:
Advanced Education
2.1(1)  The responsibility for the following enactments is transferred 
to the Minister of Advanced Education:
	(a)	Access to the Future Act;
	(b)	Alberta Centennial Education Savings Plan Act;
	(c)	Alberta Heritage Scholarship Act;
	(d)	Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act;
	(e)	sections 1 and 2 of Schedule 1 and section 2 of Schedule 3 to 
the Government Organization Act;
	(f)	Post-secondary Learning Act, except sections 66(2) and (3), 
67, 72(3) and (4), 73, 80 and 99(1)(a) and (2) to (6);
	(g)	Private Vocational Training Act;
	(h)	Student Financial Assistance Act.
(2)  The responsibility for the following enactments is transferred to 
the common responsibility of the Minister of Advanced Education and 
the Minister of Infrastructure:
	(a)	section 3 of Schedule 1 to the Government Organization Act;
	(b)	sections 72(3) and (4), 73, 80 and 99(1)(a) and (2) to (6) of 
the Post-secondary Learning Act.
(3)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister in the 
Innovation and Advanced Education Grants Regulation 
(AR 121/2008) are transferred to the common responsibility of the 
Minister of Advanced Education and the Minister of Jobs, Skills, 
Training and Labour.
(4)  The responsibility for that part of the public service associated 
with the parts of the appropriation transferred under subsection (5) is 
transferred to the Minister of Advanced Education.
(5)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of the following parts of the 2015-16 Government 
appropriation under the Appropriation (Interim Supply) Act, 2015 
(No.2) for Innovation and Advanced Education is transferred to the 
Minister of Advanced Education:
	(a)	program 1, Ministry Support Services, except the portion 
transferred to the Minister of Economic Development and 
Trade under section 4.1(7)(a);
	(b)	program 2, Support for Adult Learning;
	(c)	program 3, Apprenticeship Delivery;
	(d)	program 4, Student Aid.

4   The following is added after section 4:
Economic Development and Trade
4.1(1)  The responsibility for the following enactments is transferred 
to the Minister of Economic Development and Trade:
	(a)	Alberta Competitiveness Act;
	(b)	Alberta Economic Development Authority Act;
	(c)	Alberta Enterprise Corporation Act;
	(d)	Alberta Research and Innovation Act, except sections 9(2), 
(3) and (4), 10, 12(1) and 13(a) and (b);
	(e)	sections 2 to 4.4 of Schedule 6 to and Schedule 6.1 to the 
Government Organization Act;
	(f)	International Interests in Mobile Aircraft Equipment Act;
	(g)	International Trade and Investment Agreements 
Implementation Act;
	(h)	Settlement of International Investment Disputes Act.
(2)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister in sections 
9(2), (3) and (4), 10 and 13(a) and (b) of the Alberta Research and 
Innovation Act and the powers, duties and functions of the Minister 
of Enterprise and Advanced Education in section 12(1) of the 
Alberta Research and Innovation Act are transferred to the common 
responsibility of the Minister of Economic Development and Trade 
and the Minister of Health.
(3)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister in sections 
3(7), 7(2), 8(2), 9, 10(1), 12(3), 13, 14 and 15 of the Alberta 
Research and Innovation Regulation (AR 203/2009) are transferred 
to the common responsibility of the Minister of Economic 
Development and Trade and the Minister of Health.
(4)  The powers, duties and functions of the Minister in the 
International and Intergovernmental Relations Grant Regulation 
(AR 5/2002) are transferred to the responsibility of the Minister of 
Economic Development and Trade.
(5)  The responsibility for that part of the public service associated 
with the parts of the appropriation transferred under subsections (6) 
and (7) is transferred to the Minister of Economic Development and 
Trade.
(6)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of the following parts of the 2015-16 Government 
appropriation under the Appropriation (Interim Supply) Act, 2015 
(No.2) for International and Intergovernmental Relations is 
transferred to the Minister of Economic Development and Trade:
	(a)	program 1, Ministry Support Services;
	(b)	the portion of program 2, Intergovernmental Relations, 
related to Trade Policy;
	(c)	program 3, International Relations.
(7)  The responsibility for the administration of the unexpended 
balance of the following parts of the 2015-16 Government 
appropriation under the Appropriation (Interim Supply) Act, 2015 
(No.2) for Innovation and Advanced Education is transferred to the 
Minister of Economic Development and Trade:
	(a)	the portion of program 1, Ministry Support Services, related 
to Alberta Research and Innovation Authority and Research 
and Innovation Council support;
	(b)	program 5, Technology and Industry Partnerships;
	(c)	program 6, Economic Development and Innovation;
	(d)	program 7, 2013 Alberta Flooding.

5   Sections 11.1 and 12 are repealed.


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Alberta Regulation 164/2015
Nursing Homes Act
NURSING HOMES OPERATION (EXTENSION OF EXPIRY DATE) 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 27, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Health (M.O. 25/2015) on October 
26, 2015 pursuant to section 24 of the Nursing Homes Act. 
1   The Nursing Homes Operation Regulation (AR 258/85) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 23.1 is amended by striking out "October 31, 2015" 
and substituting "April 30, 2017".


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Alberta Regulation 165/2015
Traffic Safety Act
DRIVER TRAINING AND DRIVER EXAMINATION (EXPIRY DATE 
EXTENSION) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 29, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Transportation (M.O. 23/15) on 
September 22, 2015 pursuant to section 64 of the Traffic Safety Act. 
1   The Driver Training and Driver Examination Regulation 
(AR 316/2002) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 62 is amended by striking out "November 1, 2015" 
and substituting "November 1, 2016".


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Alberta Regulation 166/2015
Marketing of Agricultural Products Act
ALBERTA CHICKEN PRODUCERS MARKETING 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: October 30, 2015
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Chicken Producers on June 16, 2015 and 
approved by the Alberta Agricultural Products Marketing Council on June 17, 2015 
pursuant to sections 26 and 27 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act. 
1   The Alberta Chicken Producers Marketing Regulation 
(AR 3/2000) is amended by this Regulation.
2   The following is added after section 41.4:
Specialty Chicken Lease Program
41.5(1)  For the purposes of this section,
	(a)	"A-Period" means the national allocation period as published 
in the Chicken Farmers of Canada's allocation calendar;
	(b)	"authorized specialty chicken producer" means an authorized 
producer who holds a valid specialty chicken licence and a 
valid specialty chicken certificate;
	(c)	"quota" means quota as defined in section 1(p) of the Alberta 
Chicken Producers' Plan Regulation (AR 70/93);
	(d)	"specialty chicken" means chicken belonging to any class 
listed in Schedule 4 of the Canadian Chicken Licensing 
Regulations SOR/2002-22;
	(e)	"specialty chicken certificate" means the certificate issued by 
Alberta Chicken Producers to authorized producers certified 
annually to place and market specialty chicken in Alberta;
	(f)	"specialty chicken commitment form" means the form set out 
in Schedule 5 of the Canadian Chicken Licensing 
Regulations SOR/2002-22;
	(g)	"specialty chicken licence" means the specialty chicken 
licence issued by the Chicken Farmers of Canada to an 
authorized producer under the Canadian Chicken Licensing 
Regulations SOR/2002-22;
	(h)	"specialty lease price" means the lease price per kilogram of 
live-weight chicken that is to be paid to the Board for a lease 
of specialty production quota by an authorized specialty 
chicken producer;
	(i)	"specialty production quota" means the live-weight 
kilograms of specialty chicken allotted on behalf of the 
Chicken Farmers of Canada to the Board to lease to an 
authorized specialty chicken producer.
(2)  The Board may establish and operate a Specialty Production Lease 
Program under which authorized specialty chicken producers may 
apply for leases of specialty production quota at lease prices 
determined by the Board.
(3)  For the purpose of this section, the Board may establish the 
following by Board order, directive or policy:
	(a)	the criteria for applicant eligibility;
	(b)	the criteria for establishing the lease price per kilogram of 
live-weight chicken;
	(c)	the lease price per kilogram of live-weight chicken that is to 
be paid to the Board for specialty production quota;
	(d)	the times within which applications for leases of specialty 
production quota and acceptance of offers to lease specialty 
production quota are to be made to the Board, and the format 
of the application required by the Board.
(4)  An authorized specialty chicken producer may apply to the Board 
for a lease of specialty production quota in the form established by or 
that is otherwise acceptable to the Board by a date set by the Board.
(5)  An application made under subsection (4) 
	(a)	must specify the premises and production facilities at which 
the applicant intends to carry out the specialty chicken 
production, 
	(b)	must specify the breed or breeds of chicken the applicant 
intends to produce,
	(c)	must provide written confirmation to the Board that a 
licensed hatchery will supply the chicks,
	(d)	must contain written confirmation to the Board that a 
licensed provincially or federally inspected processor will 
process the chicken, and
	(e)	must contain any other information that the Board requests.
(6)  As soon as practical after the closing date for the receipt of 
specialty chicken commitment forms for specialty production lease 
under the Canadian Chicken Licensing Regulations SOR/2002-22,
	(a)	the Board is to consider all specialty chicken commitment 
forms and determine whether they meet the criteria for the 
purposes of being leased specialty production quota, 
	(b)	on determining that a specialty chicken commitment form is 
acceptable, the Board will submit the specialty chicken 
commitment form to the Chicken Farmers of Canada, and
	(c)	upon confirmation from the Chicken Farmers of Canada that 
the specialty chicken commitment form has been approved, 
the Board is to advise the applicant of the following:
	(i)	that the application has been accepted;
	(ii)	the live kilogram volume of specialty production quota 
approved for the applicant to lease; 
	(iii)	the lease price for the specialty production quota 
approved for the applicant to lease.
(7)   Once an applicant accepts the offer by the Board to lease specialty 
production quota and the applicant has remitted payment to the Board 
for the live kilograms of the specialty production quota,
	(a)	the Board is to lease the live kilograms of the specialty 
production quota to the applicant, and
	(b)	the specialty production quota becomes effective on the first 
day of the A-Period for which the quota is granted.
(8)  The Board may refuse to grant a lease of specialty production 
quota to an applicant if, in the Board's opinion,
	(a)	the applicant fails to meet the requirements of the Canadian 
Chicken Licensing Regulations SOR/2002-22,
	(b)	the applicant lacks the experience, equipment or financial 
responsibility to properly engage in specialty chicken 
production, 
	(c)	the applicant fails to meet the criteria and requirements for 
specialty production certification in Alberta,
	(d)	the applicant fails to comply with any one or more of the 
technical requirements of the On-Farm Food Safety 
Assurance Program and the Animal Care Program, 
	(e)	the applicant has outstanding service charges or levies 
payable to the Board, or
	(f)	the applicant fails to meet the criteria for applicant eligibility 
established by the Board as per subsection (3)(a).
(9)  Where an authorized specialty chicken producer leases specialty 
production quota, the following applies:
	(a)	the production of chicken under the lease of specialty 
production quota must take place at the certified production 
facilities and premises identified in the application submitted 
to the Board by that producer;
	(b)	if the production facilities and premises at which the 
production of the specialty chicken takes place are sold, 
transferred, assigned, sub-leased or otherwise divided or 
disposed of, the lease of that specialty production quota is 
cancelled unless otherwise directed by the Board;
	(c)	the lease of specialty production quota expires on the last day 
of the A-Period in which the quota was leased;
	(d)	all of the specialty chicken that is produced, or that is 
authorized to be produced, under the lease of specialty 
production quota is to be produced and marketed within the 
production cycles established by the Board;
	(e)	that producer must submit reports required by the Board 
Office as per the Canadian Chicken Licensing Regulations 
SOR/2002-22 and this Regulation;
	(f)	in the case of any underproduction that is existing at the time 
of the termination of that lease of specialty production quota, 
	(i)	where that producer is not an owner of quota, 
	(A)	that underproduction is not eligible to be carried 
over and produced under any new lease of 
specialty production quota that is granted to that 
producer, and 
	(B)	the Board office will refund to the producer the 
cost of the lease for that A-Period for up to 5% of 
the producer's specialty production quota in effect 
at the time of the marketing deficit;
	(ii)	where that producer is an owner of quota and that quota 
is not being used for specialty production, that 
underproduction of specialty chicken is not eligible to 
be carried over and produced under any new lease of 
specialty production quota that is granted to that 
producer;
	(iii)	where that producer is an owner of quota and that quota 
is being used for specialty chicken production, 
	(A)	that underproduction is not eligible to be carried 
over and produced under any new lease of 
specialty production quota that is granted to that 
producer nor applied to any future marketing 
cycles, and 
	(B)	the Board will refund to the producer the cost of 
the lease for that A-Period for up to 5% of the 
producer's specialty production quota in effect at 
the time of the marketing deficit;
	(g)	that producer is not to produce specialty production quota in 
excess of the amount permitted to be marketed under that 
lease of specialty production quota;
	(h)	notwithstanding clause (g), in the case of that producer 
marketing specialty chicken in excess of that which is 
permitted under that lease of specialty production quota, 
	(i)	where that producer is not an owner of quota, that 
overproduction is not eligible to be carried over and 
applied to any new lease of specialty production quota 
that is granted to that producer, and that person must 
pay to the Board a levy that is equal to
	(A)	the current specialty lease price for the period per 
kilogram for each kilogram of specialty chicken 
marketed in excess of 100% but less than the lower 
range of the overproduction sleeve established by 
the Board through a Board order, directive or 
policy pursuant to section 23.01,
	(B)	$0.44 a kilogram for each kilogram of specialty 
chicken marketed in excess of the lower range of 
the overproduction sleeve but less than the upper 
range of the overproduction sleeve established by 
the Board through a Board order, directive or 
policy pursuant to section 23.01, and
	(C)	$0.88 for each kilogram of specialty chicken 
marketed in excess of the upper range of the 
overproduction sleeve established by the Board 
through a Board order, directive or policy pursuant 
to section 23.01;
	(ii)	where that producer is an owner of quota, and that quota 
is not being used for specialty production, that producer 
must pay to the Board a levy that is equal to
	(A)	$0.44 a kilogram for each kilogram of specialty 
chicken marketed in excess of the lower range of 
the overproduction sleeve but less than the upper 
range of the overproduction sleeve established by 
the Board through a Board order, directive or 
policy pursuant to section 23.01, and
	(B)	$0.88 for each kilogram of specialty chicken 
marketed in excess of the upper range of the 
overproduction sleeve established by the Board 
through a Board order, directive or policy pursuant 
to section 23.01;
	(iii)	where that producer is an owner of quota and that quota 
is used by that person, in whole or in part, for specialty 
production, 
	(A)	that overproduction is not eligible to be carried 
over and applied to any new lease of specialty 
production quota that is granted to that producer, 
and
	(B)	that producer must pay to the Board a levy that is 
equal to
	(I)	the current specialty lease price for the period 
per kilogram for each kilogram of specialty 
chicken marketed in excess of 100% but less 
than the lower range of the overproduction 
sleeve established by the Board through a 
Board order, directive or policy pursuant to 
section 23.01,
	(II)	$0.44 a kilogram for each kilogram of 
specialty chicken marketed in excess of the 
lower range of the overproduction sleeve but 
less than the upper range of the 
overproduction sleeve established by the 
Board through a Board order, directive or 
policy pursuant to section 23.01, and
	(III)	$0.88 for each kilogram of specialty chicken 
marketed in excess of the upper range of the 
overproduction sleeve established by the 
Board through a Board order, directive or 
policy pursuant to section 23.01;
	(i)	where that producer markets specialty chicken to a 
provincially inspected processing facility, neither that 
producer nor the provincially inspected processing facility is 
permitted to engage in interprovincial sales or export of that 
specialty chicken;
	(j)	the following provisions apply to that producer:
section 3; 
section 4;  
section 5;  
section 6;  
section 7; 
section 8; 
section 9; 
section 10; 
-section 12; 
section 17; 
section 23.01; 
section 26; 
section 29; 
section 30; 
section 35; 
section 36; 
section 37; 
section 38.
(10)  The Specialty Production Lease Program is subject to the 
following conditions:
	(a)	after the program has been in operation for 3 years, the Board 
is to present a report to producers for the purposes of 
reviewing the program's effectiveness;
	(b)	an authorized producer may only be granted leases of 
specialty production quota for a maximum of one A-Period at 
a time;
	(c)	if the program is terminated by the Board, the maximum 
amount of time for which an authorized producer may be 
granted leases of specialty production quota is restricted to 
the A-Period in which the program is terminated;
	(d)	approval to produce and market specialty chicken and receipt 
of a lease of specialty production quota is specific to the 
producer who receives the lease for the particular A-Period 
and a lease of specialty production quota cannot be leased-
out, transferred, sold or otherwise utilized.