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Alberta Regulation 140/2016
Fair Trading Act
INTERNET SALES CONTRACT (EXPIRY DATE EXTENSION) 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: September 7, 2016
For information only:   Made by the Minister of Service Alberta (M.O. SA:018/2016) 
on September 6, 2016 pursuant to sections 42 and 162(2) of the Fair Trading Act. 
1   The Internet Sales Contract Regulation (AR 81/2001) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 14 is amended by striking out "September 30, 2016" 
and substituting "September 30, 2018".


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Alberta Regulation 141/2016
Municipal Government Act
CAPITAL REGION SOUTHWEST WATER SERVICES COMMISSION 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: September 8, 2016
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 234/2016) 
on September 8, 2016 pursuant to section 602.02 of the Municipal Government Act. 
1   The Capital Region Southwest Water Services 
Commission Regulation (AR 292/84) is amended by this 
Regulation.

2   Section 2 is amended by adding the following after 
clause (d):
	(d.1)	Town of Millet;



Alberta Regulation 142/2016
Petroleum Marketing Act 
Mines and Minerals Act
PETROLEUM MARKETING AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: September 8, 2016
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 235/2016) 
on September 8, 2016 pursuant to section 19 of the Petroleum Marketing Act and 
section 36 of the Mines and Minerals Act. 
1   The Petroleum Marketing Regulation (AR 174/2006) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 27 is amended by striking out "September 30, 2016" 
and substituting "September 30, 2019".


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Alberta Regulation 143/2016
Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped Act
ASSURED INCOME FOR THE SEVERELY HANDICAPPED GENERAL 
(EXPIRY DATE EXTENSION) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: September 8, 2016
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 236/2016) 
on September 8, 2016 pursuant to section 12 of the Assured Income for the Severely 
Handicapped Act. 
1   The Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped 
General Regulation (AR 91/2007) is amended by this 
Regulation.

2   Section 16 is amended by striking out "September 30, 2016" 
and substituting "September 30, 2018".



Alberta Regulation 144/2016
Post-secondary Learning Act
MODEL PROVISIONS (EXPIRY DATE EXTENSION) 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: September 8, 2016
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 237/2016) 
on September 8, 2016 pursuant to section 124 of the Post-secondary Learning Act. 
1   The Model Provisions Regulation (AR 53/2004) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 6 is amended by striking out "September 30, 2016" 
and substituting "September 30, 2018".


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Alberta Regulation 145/2016
Employment Standards Code
EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: September 12, 2016
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 238/2016) 
on September 9, 2016 pursuant to section 138 of the Employment Standards Code. 
1   The Employment Standards Regulation (AR 14/97) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 9 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Basic minimum wage
9   Employers must pay wages to employees at at least the 
following rates:
	(a)	except where clause (b) or (c) applies, the rate is
	(i)	from October 1, 2016 to September 30, 2017,  
$12.20 per hour,
	(ii)	from October 1, 2017 to September 30, 2018, 
$13.60 per hour, and
	(iii)	from October 1, 2018, $15.00 per hour; 
	(b)	for an employee employed as
	(i)	an individual who has attained the age of 16 years 
and who engages in a direct selling business within 
the meaning of the Direct Selling Business 
Licensing Regulation (AR 190/99) under the Fair 
Trading Act on behalf of the holder of a direct 
selling business licence established by that 
Regulation,
	(ii)	a salesperson, other than a route salesperson, 
remunerated in whole or in part by commission, 
who is engaged in soliciting orders, principally 
outside of the employer's place of business, for 
goods or services that will subsequently be 
delivered or provided to the purchaser,
	(iii)	an automobile, truck, recreational vehicle or bus 
salesperson,
	(iv)	a manufactured home salesperson,
	(v)	a farm machinery salesperson,
	(vi)	a heavy duty construction equipment or road 
construction equipment salesperson, 
	(vii)	a residential home salesperson employed by a 
person who builds those homes,
	(viii)	a land agent licensed under the Land Agents 
Licensing Act, or
	(ix)	any person referred to in section 2(2),
		the rate is 
	(x)	from October 1, 2016 to September 30, 2017, $486 
per week,
	(xi)	from October 1, 2017 to September 30, 2018, $542 
per week, and
	(xii)	from October 1, 2018, $598 per week; 
	(c)	in the case of an employer and employee referred to in 
section 6, where the employee lives or lives primarily in 
the employer's home, the rate is
	(a)	from October 1, 2016 to September 30, 2017,  
$2316 per month,
	(b)	from October 1, 2017 to September 30, 2018,  
$2582 per month, and
	(c)	from October 1, 2018, $2848 per month.

3   This Regulation comes into force on October 1, 2016.


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Alberta Regulation 146/2016
Alberta Capital Finance Authority Act
ALBERTA CAPITAL FINANCE AUTHORITY (EXPIRY DATE EXTENSION) 
AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: September 14, 2016
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 240/2016) 
on September 14, 2016 pursuant to section 35 of the Alberta Capital Finance 
Authority Act. 
1   The Alberta Capital Finance Authority Regulation 
(AR 258/2006) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 2 is amended by striking out "September 30, 2016" 
and substituting "September 30, 2018".


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Alberta Regulation 147/2016
Various Acts
HEALTH REGULATIONS AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: September 14, 2016
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 241/2016) 
on September 14, 2016 pursuant to various acts. 
1   The Communicable Diseases Regulation (AR 238/85) is 
amended in section 15 by striking out "September 30, 2016" 
and substituting "September 30, 2018".

2   The Community Health Councils Regulation (AR 202/97) 
is amended in section 11 by striking out "October 31, 2016" 
and substituting "October 31, 2018".

3   The Health Care Protection Regulation (AR 208/2000) is 
amended in section 24 by striking out "October 31, 2016" and 
substituting "October 31, 2019".


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Alberta Regulation 148/2016
Special Areas Act
APPLICATION OF PUBLIC LANDS ACT AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: September 14, 2016
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 242/2016) 
on September 14, 2016 pursuant to section 5 of the Special Areas Act. 
1   The Application of Public Lands Act Regulation 
(AR 310/2003) is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 3 is amended by striking out "September 30, 2016" 
and substituting "September 30, 2018".


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Alberta Regulation 149/2016
Private Vocational Training Act
PRIVATE VOCATIONAL TRAINING (2016) AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: September 14, 2016
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 245/2016) 
on September 14, 2016 pursuant to section 24 of the Private Vocational Training Act. 
1   The Private Vocational Training Regulation (AR 341/2003) 
is amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 1 is amended
	(a)	by renumbering it as section 1(1);
	(b)	in subsection (1)
	(i)	in clause (a) by striking out "the individual" and 
substituting "a person";
	(ii)	in clause (b)(ii) by striking out "a campus" and 
substituting "one single campus";
	(iii)	by adding the following after clause (e):
	(e.1)	"incidental fees" means fees and other costs that 
are not tuition fees, including the cost or estimated 
cost of textbooks, lesson materials, supplies and 
equipment that students are required to purchase, 
for vocational training;
	(iv)	in clause (f) by striking out "14" and 
substituting "14(1)";
	(v)	by repealing clause (h) and substituting the 
following:
	(h)	"tuition fees" means the registration fee and the 
other fees covering the actual cost of instruction.
	(c)	by adding the following after subsection (1):
(2)  References to a licence include the terms and conditions to 
which the licence is subject, whether included as part of the 
licence or in a separate document.

3   Section 3 is amended
	(a)	by repealing clause (b) and substituting the 
following:
	(b)	vocational training for which the tuition fees are less 
than $1000,
	(b)	in clause (f) by adding "fees" after "tuition".

4   Section 4 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1)
	(i)	by repealing clause (b) and substituting the 
following:
	(a.1)	the address of the premises where the training will 
be provided;
	(b)	the application fee, made payable to the 
Government of Alberta;
	(ii)	by repealing clause (e) and substituting the 
following:
	(e)	specific information about the tuition fees and 
incidental fees;
	(iii)	in clause (h) by striking out "a previous or current 
position" and substituting "previous or current 
positions";
	(iv)	by adding the following after clause (h):
	(i)	where the applicant is not an individual, 
information, with respect to the applicant's chief 
executive officer or another individual who is 
named by the applicant as responsible for the 
day-to-day operations of the applicant, respecting 
previous or current positions held by that 
individual and referred to in clause (h).
	(b)	in subsection (2)(a) by striking out "applicant's belief" 
and substituting "belief of the applicant or, where the 
applicant is not an individual, of the individual referred to in 
subsection (1)(i)".

5   Section 5 is amended
	(a)	in clause (a) by striking out "and that" and 
substituting "and";
	(b)	in clause (f) by striking out "meets all fire and health 
requirements established by" and substituting "complies 
with all applicable municipal bylaws and all applicable 
municipal zoning, fire, health, safety and building 
requirements established by or under".

6   Section 6(a) is repealed.

7   Section 8(2) is amended by adding ", and subsection (1) 
applies so as to require a separate licence for each program of 
instruction provided at each campus" after "each campus".
8   Section 9 is amended
	(a)	by repealing clause (a)(i);
	(b)	in clause (c) by striking out "advise the Director" and 
substituting "notify the Director in writing";
	(c)	in clause (d)
	(i)	by adding "in writing" after "Director";
	(ii)	by adding "at least 30 days" before "before".

9   Section 10 is amended
	(a)	by repealing subsections (1) and (2) and 
substituting the following:
Security
10(1)  An applicant for a licence must submit security in the 
form of a surety bond, an irrevocable letter of credit or in 
another form, and in an amount, that are acceptable to the 
Director and, subject to that acceptance requirement, the 
security may be changed during the duration of the licence.
	(b)	in subsection (3) by striking out "a guarantee bond, a 
letter of credit or another form acceptable to the Director in 
an amount determined by" and substituting "a surety 
bond or an irrevocable letter of credit or in another form, and 
in an amount, that are acceptable to".

10   Section 11 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1)
	(i)	in clause (a)(i) by striking out "this Regulation to 
refund tuition" and substituting "by or under this 
Regulation to refund any of the tuition fees or incidental 
fees";
	(ii)	in clause (b) by striking out "determine whether 
clause (a) applies" and substituting "form the 
opinion described in clause (a)";
	(b)	in subsection (3) by adding "fees" after "tuition".

11   Section 12(4) is repealed.
12   Section 14 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1) by striking out "prospective";
	(b)	in subsection (2)(b) by striking out "a tuition fee in 
respect of a" and substituting "any other tuition fee or any 
incidental fee in respect of a student or a";
	(c)	in subsection (2.1) by striking out "in respect of a 
prospective" and substituting "referred to in that clause in 
respect of a";
	(d)	in subsection (3) by adding "fees" after "tuition".

13   Section 15 is amended by striking out "any tuition or other 
fee" and substituting "all tuition fees".

14   Section 16 is repealed and the following is substituted:
Refund and retention of fees before training begins
16(1)  If a student terminates a student contract before the vocational 
training begins, the licensee is entitled to retain any registration fee 
that has been paid, regardless of who paid it.
(2)  The licensee shall refund any registration fees that have been 
paid if
	(a)	a licensee terminates a student contract before the vocational 
training begins, or
	(b)	subject to subsection (1), the vocational training does not 
begin on the commencement date set out in the student 
contract.
(3)  The licensee shall refund any tuition fee that it has accepted 
pursuant to section 14(2.1) if the student contract is terminated 
before the vocational training begins.

15   Section 17 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1)
	(i)	by striking out "of tuition" and substituting "of 
the tuition fees";
	(ii)	in clauses (a), (b) and (c) by adding "fees" after 
"tuition";
	(b)	in subsection (2) by striking out "a tuition fee" and 
substituting "tuition fees". 

16   Section 18 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (2)(a) by striking out "the licensee must 
refund all tuition that has" and substituting "subject to 
subsection (5), the licensee must refund all tuition fees that 
have";
	(b)	in subsection (5)
	(i)	by striking out "tuition" and substituting "any 
tuition fees";
	(ii)	in clause (b) by adding "any tuition" before "fees".

17   Section 19(2)(b) is amended by adding "any tuition" 
before "fees".

18   Section 20(a) is amended by adding "fees" after "tuition".

19   Section 21 is amended
	(a)	in subsection (1) by adding "fees or incidental fees" 
after "tuition";
	(b)	in subsection (2)
	(i)	by adding "fees" after "a student's tuition";
	(ii)	by striking out "the student's tuition" and 
substituting "those tuition fees";
	(c)	by adding the following after subsection (2):
(2.1)  A refund under section 16(2)(a) must be paid to the third 
party referred to in section 14(2.1) to the extent that that party 
paid the tuition fees.
	(d)	in subsection (3) by striking out "a registration fee or 
tuition" and substituting "any tuition fee or incidental 
fee";
	(e)	by adding the following after subsection (3):
(4)  Where a licensee is required by or under the Act or this 
Regulation to refund any tuition fee, the Director may in 
writing order a refund by the licensee of any incidental fee 
within the time specified in the order.

20   Section 23(1) is amended
	(a)	by striking out "the Director with" and substituting "to 
the Director";
	(b)	in clause (a) by adding "if requested by the Director," 
before "reports".

21   Section 25 is repealed.

22   Section 26 is expressly repealed.

23   Section 27 is repealed.


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Alberta Regulation 150/2016
Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act
ELECTRICIAN TRADE AMENDMENT REGULATION
Filed: September 14, 2016
For information only:   Made by the Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training 
Board on June 24, 2016 and approved by the Minister of Advanced Education on 
September 1, 2016 pursuant to section 33(2) of the Apprenticeship and Industry 
Training Act .
1   The Electrician Trade Regulation (AR 274/2000) is 
amended by this Regulation.

2   Section 3(g) is amended by adding the following after 
subclause (xxiii):
	(xxiv)	grid-connected solar photovoltaic systems, including 
systems using storage;
	(xxv)	grid-isolated solar photovoltaic systems;



Alberta Regulation 151/2016
Health Professions Act
PARAMEDICS PROFESSION REGULATION
Filed: September 15, 2016
For information only:   Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 247/2016) 
on September 15, 2016 pursuant to section 131 of the Health Professions Act. 
Table of Contents
	1	Definitions
	2	Register categories
Registration
	3	General register
	4	Current qualifications
	5	Provisional register
	6	Examinations
	7	Changing or removing provisional registration
	8	Courtesy register
	9	Equivalent jurisdiction
	10	Substantial equivalence
	11	Minimum age
	12	Character and reputation
	13	Other requirements
	14	Liability insurance
Titles
	15	Authorization to use titles, etc.
Restricted Activities
	16	Authorized restricted activities
	17	Restriction


	18	Training and supervision
Continuing Competence Program
	19	Continuing competence program
	20	Continuing professional development
	21	Continuing competence program credits
	22	Competence assessment
	23	Actions to be taken
	24	Rules respecting continuing competence program
Practice Permit
	25	Renewal requirements
	26	Conditions on practice permit
Alternative Complaint Resolution
	27	Process conductor
	28	Agreement
	29	Confidentiality
	30	Leaving the process
Reinstatement of Registrations and Practice Permits 
Cancelled under Part 4 of the Act
	31	Reinstatement application
	32	Consideration of application for reinstatement
	33	Decision on reinstatement application
	34	Review of decision
	35	Access to decision
Information
	36	Providing information
	37	Section 119 information
Transitional Provisions, Repeal and 
Coming into Force
	38	Transitional
	39	Repeal
	40	Coming into force
Definitions
1   In this Regulation,
	(a)	"Act" means the Health Professions Act;
	(b)	"College" means the Alberta College of Paramedics;
	(c)	"Competence Committee" means the competence committee 
of the College;
	(d)	"Council" means the council of the College;
	(e)	"courtesy register" means the courtesy register category of 
the regulated members register;
	(f)	"general register" means the general register category of the 
regulated members register;
	(g)	"provisional register" means the provisional register category 
of the regulated members register;
	(h)	"Registrar" means the registrar of the College;
	(i)	"Registration Committee" means the registration committee 
of the College;
	(j)	"registration year" means the period of time between the day 
on which a practice permit is issued or renewed and the day 
by which the bylaws require it to be next renewed;
	(k)	"standards of practice" means the standards of practice 
governing the practice of the paramedic profession as 
adopted by the Council in accordance with the bylaws and 
section 133 of the Act;
	(l)	"upgrading" includes academic requirements, formal 
refresher training requirements, experiential requirements, 
examinations and testing.
Register categories
2   The regulated members register established by the Council under 
section 33(1)(a) of the Act has the following categories:
	(a)	general register, which includes the following registers:
	(i)	emergency medical responder general register;
	(ii)	primary care paramedic general register;
	(iii)	advanced care paramedic general register;
	(b)	provisional register, which includes the following registers:
	(i)	emergency medical responder provisional register;
	(ii)	primary care paramedic provisional register;
	(iii)	advanced care paramedic provisional register;
	(c)	courtesy register, which includes the following registers:
	(i)	emergency medical responder courtesy register;
	(ii)	primary care paramedic courtesy register;
	(iii)	advanced care paramedic courtesy register.
Registration
General register
3   An applicant for registration as a regulated member on a general 
register category referred to in section 2(a)
	(a)	must have a degree, diploma or certificate in a program of 
paramedic practice approved by the Council,
	(b)	must have passed a registration examination approved by the 
Council, and
	(c)	must have passed an ethics and jurisprudence examination 
approved by the Council.
Current qualifications
4   An applicant for registration under section 3 must have met the 
requirements set out in that section within one year immediately 
preceding the date the Registrar receives a complete application or the 
applicant must demonstrate evidence of current competency to practise 
the paramedic profession by complying with one or more of the 
following:
	(a)	having practised the paramedic profession in the appropriate 
category, in a manner and to an extent the Registrar or 
Registration Committee considers to demonstrate current 
competency, within the 2 years immediately preceding the 
date the Registrar receives a complete application;
	(b)	having successfully completed, within one year immediately 
preceding the date the Registrar receives a complete 
application, any upgrading as directed by the Registrar or 
Registration Committee;
	(c)	demonstrating to the satisfaction of the Registrar or 
Registration Committee that the applicant is currently 
competent to practise as an emergency medical responder, 
primary care paramedic or advanced care paramedic, as the 
case may be.
Provisional register
5(1)  An applicant for registration as a regulated member on a general 
register category referred to in section 2(a)(i), (ii) or (iii) may be 
registered on the corresponding provisional register category referred 
to in section 2(b)(i), (ii) or (iii) if the applicant 
	(a)	has fulfilled the registration requirements set out in sections 3 
and 4 except for the requirement to pass the registration 
examination referred to in section 3(b) or the ethics and 
jurisprudence examination referred to in section 3(c), or both, 
or
	(b)	is completing upgrading as directed by the Registrar or 
Registration Committee for the purpose of completing the 
requirements referred to in sections 3 and 4.
(2)  A regulated member registered on a provisional register may 
practise only
	(a)	while under the supervision, in accordance with the standards 
for supervision set out in the standards of practice, of a 
regulated member who is registered on a general register and 
authorized to perform all the restricted activities that the 
regulated member being supervised is authorized to perform, 
and
	(b)	in accordance with any conditions specified by the Registrar 
or Registration Committee.
(3)  A registration on a provisional register category of the regulated 
members register expires 
	(a)	immediately on the regulated member's 3rd unsuccessful 
attempt to pass an examination referred to in section 3(b) or 
(c), or 
	(b)	one year after the registration is made or, if the Registrar 
extends the registration under subsection (4), on the expiry of 
the period of extension,
whichever occurs first.
(4)  The Registrar may extend a registration on the provisional register 
for one additional period not exceeding 6 months if the Registrar is of 
the opinion that extenuating circumstances exist.
Examinations
6(1)  Subject to subsection (2), an applicant for registration on a 
general register category referred to in section 2(a) may make only 3 
attempts to pass a registration examination. 
(2)  The Registrar or Registration Committee may require an applicant 
referred to in subsection (1) to successfully complete additional 
upgrading before making a 3rd attempt to pass a registration 
examination.
Changing or removing provisional registration
7(1)  If a regulated member registered on the provisional register 
meets the registration requirements set out in sections 3 and 4, the 
Registrar must remove the regulated member's name from the 
provisional register and enter it in the appropriate category of the 
general register.
(2)  If a regulated member is registered on the provisional register and 
the registration expires under section 5(3), the Registrar must remove 
the regulated member's name from the register.
Courtesy register
8(1)  A person who is registered and in good standing in the paramedic 
profession in another jurisdiction and who applies for registration in 
Alberta on a temporary basis for a specified purpose approved by the 
Registrar or Registration Committee may be registered on the courtesy 
register if the person satisfies the Registrar or Registration Committee 
of having the competence to provide the services related to the 
specified purpose. 
(2)  A person who is a member of the Canadian Forces and who 
applies, with the approval of the Canadian Forces, for registration in 
Alberta on a temporary basis for the purpose of taking or providing 
training relating to the practice of the paramedic profession may be 
registered on the courtesy register if the person satisfies the Registrar 
or Registration Committee of having qualifications that demonstrate 
the competence required for the registration.
(3)  When the Registrar registers a person on the courtesy register, the 
Registrar must identify on the register the titles, abbreviations and 
initials that the person is authorized to use under section 15 while 
registered on the courtesy register.
(4)  The registration of a person on the courtesy register is valid for 3 
months for the purpose referred to in subsection (1) or (2), as the case 
may be, and may be extended by the Registrar or Registration 
Committee for another period not exceeding 3 months if the Registrar 
or Registration Committee considers the extension appropriate.
(5)  A person who is registered on the courtesy register under 
subsection (1) must remain registered in good standing in the other 
jurisdiction, and if the registration in the other jurisdiction is suspended 
or cancelled, the courtesy registration is cancelled.
(6)  A person who is registered on the courtesy register under 
subsection (2) must continue to be a member of the Canadian Forces 
and to have the approval referred to in that subsection, and if the 
person ceases to be a member of the Canadian Forces or the approval 
is withdrawn, the courtesy registration is cancelled. 
Equivalent jurisdiction
9   An applicant for registration as a regulated member who is 
currently registered in good standing in another jurisdiction recognized 
by the Council under section 28(2)(b) of the Act as having 
substantially equivalent registration requirements to those set out in 
sections 3 and 4 may be registered in the appropriate category of the 
general register.
Substantial equivalence
10(1)  An applicant for registration as a regulated member who does 
not meet the requirements of sections 3 and 4 but whose qualifications 
have been determined by the Registrar or Registration Committee 
under section 28(2)(c) of the Act to be substantially equivalent to the 
registration requirements set out in sections 3 and 4 may be registered 
on the general register. 
(2)  To assist with determining whether or not an applicant's 
qualifications are substantially equivalent for the purposes of 
subsection (1), the Registrar or Registration Committee may
	(a)	engage the services of experts and other resources, and
	(b)	require the applicant to undergo an examination or other 
assessment activity.
(3)  The Registrar or Registration Committee may require an applicant 
who does not meet the requirements of sections 3 and 4 to undergo any 
upgrading or examination the Registrar or Registration Committee 
considers necessary in order for the applicant to be registered under 
subsection (1).
(4)  The Registrar or Registration Committee may require an applicant 
who does not meet the requirements of sections 3 and 4 to provide any 
other relevant information or evidence that the Registrar or 
Registration Committee considers necessary to determine whether or 
not the applicant's qualifications are substantially equivalent to the 
registration requirements set out in sections 3 and 4.
(5)  The Registrar or Registration Committee may require an applicant 
who does not meet the requirements of sections 3 and 4 to pay any or 
all costs incurred in determining whether or not the applicant's 
qualifications are substantially equivalent to the registration 
requirements set out in sections 3 and 4.
Minimum age
11   An applicant for registration as a regulated member must provide 
evidence to the Registrar that the applicant is at least 18 years of age.
Character and reputation
12(1)  An applicant for registration as a regulated member must 
provide evidence of having good character and reputation by 
submitting one or more of the following as requested by the Registrar:
	(a)	2 written references from colleagues which, if applicable, 
may be from colleagues from other jurisdictions in which the 
applicant is or was registered with an organization 
responsible for the regulation of paramedics;
	(b)		a statement by the applicant as to whether the applicant 
	(i)	is currently undergoing an investigation or is subject to 
an unprofessional conduct process,
	(ii)	has ever been disciplined, or 
	(iii)	has ever had any conditions imposed on the applicant's 
practice
		by a regulatory body responsible for the regulation of the 
paramedic profession in a jurisdiction other than Alberta or 
by a regulatory body responsible for the regulation of any 
other profession in Alberta or another jurisdiction;
	(c)	a statement by the applicant as to whether the applicant has 
ever pleaded guilty to or been found guilty of a criminal 
offence in Canada or an offence of a similar nature in a 
jurisdiction outside Canada for which the applicant has not 
been pardoned;
	(d)	the results of a current criminal records check;
	(e)	any other relevant information required by the Registrar or 
Registration Committee.
(2)  The Registrar or Registration Committee may require the applicant 
to authorize the Registrar or Registration Committee to contact any 
regulatory body responsible for the regulation of the paramedic 
profession in a jurisdiction other than Alberta, or responsible for the 
regulation of any other profession in Alberta or another jurisdiction, to 
confirm the veracity and particulars of the applicant's statement under 
subsection (1)(b).
(3)  In determining whether an applicant for registration as a regulated 
member is of a good character and reputation, the Registrar or 
Registration Committee may consider information other than that 
submitted by the applicant under subsection (1), including information 
from a regulatory body referred to in subsection (2), only if the 
Registrar or Registration Committee gives the applicant sufficient 
particulars of that other information and a reasonable opportunity to 
respond to the information.
Other requirements
13(1)  An applicant for registration as a regulated member must be 
reasonably proficient in English to be able to engage safely and 
competently in the practice of the paramedic profession.
(2)  An applicant may be required by the Registrar or Registration 
Committee to demonstrate proficiency in the English language in 
accordance with the requirements approved by the Council.
(3)  An applicant for registration as a regulated member must, on the 
request of the Registrar or Registration Committee, submit evidence 
satisfactory to the Registrar or Registration Committee confirming the 
member's fitness to practise the paramedic profession.
Liability insurance
14   An applicant for registration as a regulated member must provide 
evidence of having the type and amount of professional liability 
insurance required by the Council.
Titles
Authorization to use titles, etc.
15   Regulated members may use the following titles, abbreviations 
and initials set out in section 2 of Schedule 18 to the Act in accordance 
with the following conditions:
	(a)	regulated members registered on the emergency medical 
responder general register or the emergency medical 
responder courtesy register may use the following titles, 
abbreviations and initials:
	(i)	emergency medical responder;
	(ii)	EMR;
	(b)	regulated members registered on the emergency medical 
responder provisional register may use the following titles, 
abbreviations and initials:
	(i)	provisional emergency medical responder;
	(ii)	provisional EMR;
	(c)	regulated members registered on the primary care paramedic 
general register or the primary care paramedic courtesy 
register may use the following titles, abbreviations and 
initials:
	(i)	primary care paramedic;
	(ii)	PCP;
	(iii)	paramedic;
	(d)	regulated members registered on the primary care paramedic 
provisional register may use the following titles, 
abbreviations and initials:
	(i)	provisional primary care paramedic;
	(ii)	provisional PCP;
	(e)	regulated members registered on the advanced care 
paramedic general register or the advanced care paramedic 
courtesy register may use the following titles, abbreviations 
and initials:
	(i)	advanced care paramedic;
	(ii)	ACP;
	(iii)	paramedic;
	(f)	regulated members registered on the advanced care 
paramedic general register or the advanced care paramedic 
courtesy register may, if the Registrar is satisfied that the 
member has the additional competencies required by the 
Council, use the following titles, abbreviations and initials in 
addition to those set out in clause (e):
	(i)	critical care paramedic;
	(ii)	CCP;
	(g)	regulated members registered on the advanced care 
paramedic provisional register may use the following titles, 
abbreviations and initials:
	(i)	provisional advanced care paramedic;
	(ii)	provisional ACP.
(2)  A regulated member may use the word "specialist" in relation to 
the member's practice of the paramedic profession if the member 
	(a)	is authorized to do so by the Registrar or Registration 
Committee, and
	(b)	meets the requirements of the Council respecting the use of 
that word.
Restricted Activities
Authorized restricted activities
16(1)  A regulated member registered on the general register, 
provisional register or courtesy register may, in the practice of the 
paramedic profession, perform the following restricted activities in 
accordance with the standards of practice:
	(a)	to cut a body tissue, to administer anything by an invasive 
procedure on body tissue or to perform surgical or other 
invasive procedures on body tissue below the dermis or the 
mucous membrane for the purpose of administering 
medication by injection;
	(b)	to insert or remove instruments or devices beyond the 
cartilaginous portion of the ear canal for the purpose of 
examining the ear;
	(c)	to insert or remove instruments or devices beyond the point 
in the nasal passages where they normally narrow for the 
purpose of airway management;
	(d)	to insert into the ear canal under pressure, liquid, air or gas 
for the purpose of removing foreign bodies;
	(e)	to set or reset a fracture of a bone for the purpose of 
alignment and immobilization;
	(f)	to reduce a dislocation of a joint, except for a partial 
dislocation of the joints of the fingers and toes, for the 
purpose of immobilization or extrication;
	(g)	to administer anesthetic gases for the purpose of 
administering nitrous oxide with oxygen.
(2)  A regulated member registered on the primary care paramedic 
general register, primary care paramedic provisional register or 
primary care paramedic courtesy register may, in the practice of the 
paramedic profession, perform the restricted activities listed in 
subsection (1) and the following additional restricted activities in 
accordance with the standards of practice:
	(a)	to cut a body tissue, for the purpose of wound management;
	(b)	to administer anything by an invasive procedure on body 
tissue or to perform surgical or other invasive procedures on 
body tissue below the dermis or the mucous membrane for 
the purpose of providing intravenous therapy or providing an 
intraosseous infusion;
	(c)	to insert or remove instruments or devices
	(i)	beyond the pharynx,
	(ii)	beyond the labia majora for the purpose of managing an 
obstetrical emergency,
	(iii)	beyond the anal verge for the purpose of administering 
medications or assessing core temperature, and
	(iv)	into an artificial opening into the body for the purpose 
of administering medication;
	(d)	dispense, provide for sale or sell, incidental to the practice of 
the paramedic profession, a Schedule 1 drug or Schedule 2 
drug within the meaning of the Pharmacy and Drug Act;
	(e)	to insert into the ear canal under pressure liquid, air or gas for 
the purpose of removing ear wax;
	(f)		to administer a vaccine or parenteral nutrition;
	(g)	to administer oral diagnostic imaging contrast agents;
	(h)	to manage labour or deliver a baby.
(3)  A regulated member registered on the advanced care paramedic 
general register, advanced care paramedic provisional register or 
advanced care paramedic courtesy register may, in the practice of the 
paramedic profession, perform the restricted activities listed in 
subsections (1) and (2) and the following additional restricted activities 
in accordance with the standards of practice: 
	(a)	to cut a body tissue, to administer anything by an invasive 
procedure on body tissue or to perform surgical or other 
invasive procedures on body tissue below the dermis or the 
mucous membrane;
	(b)	to insert or remove instruments, devices, fingers or hands
	(i)	beyond the point in the nasal passages where they 
normally narrow,
	(ii)	beyond the opening of the urethra,
	(iii)	beyond the anal verge,
	(iv)	beyond the labia majora, and
	(v)	into an artificial opening into the body;
	(c)	to set or reset a fracture of a bone;
	(d)	to reduce a dislocation of a joint except for a partial 
dislocation of the joints of the fingers and toes;
	(e)	to order any form of ionizing radiation in medical 
radiography;
	(f)	to order or apply non-ionizing radiation in ultrasound 
imaging, other than any application of ultrasound to a fetus; 
	(g)	to administer blood or blood products.
Restriction
17(1)  Despite any authorization to perform restricted activities, 
regulated members must restrict themselves in performing restricted 
activities to those activities that they are competent to perform and to 
those that are appropriate to the clinical circumstance and the regulated 
member's area of practice.
(2)  A regulated member who performs a restricted activity must do so 
in accordance with the standards of practice.
Training and supervision
18(1)  A student who is enrolled in a program approved by the 
Council or by the council of another regulated profession and who, in 
the course of that program, is receiving training in the performance of 
a restricted activity referred to in section 16(1), (2) or (3) is permitted 
to perform the restricted activity under the direct supervision, in 
accordance with subsection (2), of a regulated member who has 
expressly consented to supervise the restricted activity.
(2)  A regulated member who is supervising a student in the 
performance of a restricted activity under subsection (1)
	(a)	must be authorized to perform the restricted activity being 
supervised,
	(b)	must not be prohibited under this Regulation from 
supervising the restricted activity,
	(c)	must be authorized by the Council to supervise the restricted 
activity within the program in which the student is enrolled,
	(d)		must provide the supervision in a manner that complies with 
the standards of practice respecting supervision by regulated 
members of persons performing restricted activities, 
	(e)	must be physically present with the student while the student 
is performing the restricted activity,
	(f)	must be available for consultation and to assist the student in 
performing the restricted activity as required, and
	(g)	must be able to observe, promptly intervene and stop or 
change the actions of the student being supervised without 
unduly interrupting the care of the person on whom the 
restricted activity is being performed.
(3)  A regulated member who is receiving training in the performance 
of a restricted activity referred to in section 16(1), (2) or (3) is 
permitted to perform the restricted activity in the course of that training 
if
	(a)	the training is approved by the Council or meets the 
applicable requirements of the standards of practice, and
	(b)	the restricted activity is being performed under the direct 
supervision, in accordance with subsection (4), of another 
regulated member who has expressly consented to supervise 
the restricted activity.
(4)  A regulated member who is supervising another regulated member 
in the performance of a restricted activity under subsection (3)
	(a)	must be authorized to perform the restricted activity being 
supervised,
	(b)	must not be prohibited under this Regulation from 
supervising the restricted activity,
	(c)	must be authorized by the Council to supervise the restricted 
activity,
	(d)		must provide the supervision in a manner that complies with 
the standards of practice respecting the provision of 
supervision by regulated members of persons performing 
restricted activities, 
	(e)	must be physically present with the regulated member being 
supervised while that member is performing the restricted 
activity,
	(f)	must be available for consultation and to assist the regulated 
member being supervised in performing the restricted 
activity as required, and
	(g)	must be able to observe, promptly intervene and stop or 
change the actions of the regulated member being supervised 
without unduly interrupting the care of the person on whom 
the restricted activity is being performed.
Continuing Competence Program
Continuing competence program
19   The continuing competence program of the College is established 
and consists of 
	(a)	continuing professional development, and
	(b)	competence assessment.
Continuing professional development
20(1)  A regulated member who is registered on the general register or 
the provisional register must maintain the following documents in 
every registration year:
	(a)	a written record of professional development activities 
undertaken by the regulated member during the registration 
year; 
	(b)	a written evaluation of the ways, if any, in which the 
regulated member's paramedic practice has changed or been 
enhanced as a result of undertaking those activities;
	(c)	any other documents required by the rules made under 
section 24.
(2)  A regulated member must retain a copy of every document 
required under subsection (1) for at least 5 years after the end of the 
registration year to which the document relates.
(3)  The Registrar, Registration Committee or Competence Committee 
may at any time require a regulated member to provide evidence of 
having met the requirements of this section, including, but not limited 
to, providing the documents required under subsection (1) or copies of 
them to the Registrar, Registration Committee or Competence 
Committee for review. 
Continuing competence program credits
21(1)  A regulated member must, in each registration year, earn the 
number of continuing competence program credits required by the 
rules made under section 24. 
(2)  Continuing competence program credits may be earned through 
professional development activities in accordance with the rules made 
under section 24.
Competence assessment
22(1)  As part of the continuing competence program, the Competence 
Committee may, in accordance with the rules made under section 24, 
require a regulated member registered on the general register or 
provisional register to undergo an assessment for the purpose of 
evaluating the regulated member's competence.
(2)  In conducting a competence assessment of a regulated member, 
the Competence Committee may
	(a)	administer examinations,
	(b)	review documents, copies and other evidence referred to in 
section 20(3),
	(c)	conduct interviews with persons having knowledge related to 
the regulated member's practice including, but not limited to, 
colleagues, employers and patients,
	(d)	conduct practice visits, and
	(e)	use any other method of evaluation the Competence 
Committee considers appropriate.
Actions to be taken 
23(1)  If the Competence Committee considers that
	(a)	a regulated member has not complied with one or more 
requirements under section 20,
	(b)	in a registration year a regulated member does not earn the 
number of continuing competence program credits required 
under section 21, or 
	(c)	the results of an assessment of a regulated member's 
competence under section 22 are unsatisfactory, 
the Competence Committee may, on considering the regulated 
member's next application for a practice permit, impose one or more 
of the conditions set out in subsection (2) on the issuance of a practice 
permit to the regulated member.
(2)  The conditions that may be imposed under subsection (1) are as 
follows: 
	(a)	that the regulated member successfully complete specified 
continuing competence program requirements or professional 
development activities within a specified time;
	(b)		that the regulated member 
	(i)	successfully complete specified learning activities, 
assessment, training, education or counselling, or
	(ii)	pass specified examinations or testing, 
		or all or any combination of these, to enhance the regulated 
member's competence in specified areas within a specified 
time;
	(c)	that the regulated member practise under the supervision of 
another regulated member;
	(d)	that the regulated member's practice be limited to specified 
procedures or settings;
	(e)	that the regulated member refrain from providing supervision 
to students or others in the performance of restricted 
activities;
	(f)	that the regulated member report to the Registrar, 
Registration Committee or Competence Committee on 
specified matters on specified dates;
	(g)	that the regulated member correct any problems identified in 
the competence assessment;
	(h)	that the regulated member demonstrate or provide evidence 
of competence gained in a specific area;
	(i)	that the regulated member comply with any other condition 
the Competence Committee considers appropriate.
Rules respecting continuing competence program 
24(1)  The Council may make rules respecting the continuing 
competence program, including, but not limited to,
	(a)	rules respecting the professional development activities that 
regulated members must undertake in a registration year,
	(b)	rules respecting documents that must be maintained under 
section 20(1)(a), (b) and (c), the form and manner in which 
the documents are to be retained for the purposes of section 
20(2) and the form and manner in which documents and 
copies are to be provided to the Registrar, Registration 
Committee or Competence Committee for the purposes of 
section 20(3),
	(c)	rules respecting competence assessments, including, but not 
limited to,
	(i)	rules respecting the approval of criteria established by 
the Competence Committee for the selection of 
regulated members for competence assessments, 
practice visits or both,
	(ii)	rules respecting how regulated members' continuing 
competence is to be assessed by the Competence 
Committee, including rules respecting procedures to be 
followed in conducting a competence assessment and 
rules respecting the approval by the Competence 
Committee of factors to be taken into account in 
deciding what is a satisfactory level of competence, and
	(iii)	rules respecting procedures to be followed by the 
Competence Committee in conducting a practice visit,
		and
	(d)	providing for a scheme of continuing competence program 
credits referred to in section 21, including, but not limited to, 
	(i)	rules respecting the number of continuing competence 
program credits that regulated members must earn in a 
registration year,
	(ii)	rules respecting the professional development activities 
for which continuing competence program credits may 
be awarded,
	(iii)	rules respecting the number of continuing competence 
program credits that may be earned in a registration year 
for participating in specified professional development 
activities, and
	(iv)	rules respecting the awarding of continuing competence 
credits and respecting how the number of continuing 
competence credits earned by regulated members is to 
be tracked.
(2)  The Registrar, the Registration Committee and the Competence 
Committee may make recommendations to Council respecting rules or 
amendments to rules.
(3)  Before making or amending a rule under this section, the Council 
must make the proposed rule or amendment available to all regulated 
members for their review.
(4)  The Council may make a rule or an amendment to a rule 30 or 
more days after the proposed rule or amendment has been made 
available under subsection (3) and after having considered any 
comments received on the proposed rule or amendment.
(5)  The rules and any amendments to the rules made under this section 
must be made available by the College to all regulated members and, 
in printed form, on request to the Minister and any other person or 
body that requests them.
Practice Permit
Renewal requirements
25   A regulated member who is applying for renewal of the member's 
practice permit must provide evidence of
	(a)	having practised the paramedic profession in a manner and to 
an extent the Registrar or Registration Committee considers 
to demonstrate current competency, within the 2 years 
immediately preceding the date the Registrar receives the 
renewal application,
	(b)	continuing to meet the requirements set out in sections 12 to 
14, and
	(c)	having met the requirements of sections 20 and 21.
Conditions on practice permit 
26   When issuing a practice permit, the Registrar or Registration 
Committee may impose conditions on a regulated member's practice 
permit, including, but not limited to, the following:
	(a)	that the regulated member complete any examinations, 
testing, assessment, counselling, training or education 
required by the Registrar or Registration Committee;
	(b)	that the regulated member limit the member's practice to 
specified practice areas or practice settings approved by the 
Registrar or Registration Committee;
	(c)	that the regulated member refrain from practising in specified 
practice areas or practice settings;
	(d)	that the regulated member report to the Registrar or 
Registration Committee on specified matters on specified 
dates;
	(e)	specifying the time during which and the purpose for which 
the practice permit is valid;
	(f)	that the regulated member is prohibited from supervising  
other regulated members, students of the paramedic 
profession and registered members and students of other 
regulated professions;
	(g)	that the regulated member practise only under the supervision 
of a regulated member;
	(h)		that the regulated member refrain from performing specified 
restricted activities.
Alternative Complaint Resolution
Process conductor 
27   When a complainant and an investigated person have agreed to 
enter into an alternative complaint resolution process referred to in 
section 58 of the Act, the complaints director of the College must 
appoint an individual to conduct the process.
Agreement
28(1)  Before proceeding with an alternative complaint resolution 
process, the individual conducting the process must, in consultation 
with the complainant and the investigated person, establish the 
procedures for and objectives of the process.
(2)  The procedures and objectives referred to in subsection (1) must 
be set out in a written agreement signed by the complainant, the 
investigated person and a representative of the College before the 
alternative complaint resolution process begins.
(3)  The agreement must 
	(a)	establish the scope of the process, which may include 
agreeing to address separate parts of the complaint through 
separate processes,
	(b)	identify who will participate in the process,
	(c)	specify whether the individual appointed under section 27 is 
to act as a mediator, facilitator or conciliator or in some other 
capacity in conducting the process, and
	(d)	set out the time frames for progress or completion of the 
process,
and may include other terms agreed on by the complainant, the 
investigated person and the representative of the College. 
Confidentiality
29   The complainant, the investigated person, the individual 
conducting the alternative complaint resolution process and the 
representative of the College must, subject to sections 59 and 60 of the 
Act, treat all information shared during the course of the alternative 
complaint resolution process as confidential.
Leaving the process
30   A complainant or an investigated person may withdraw from an 
alternative complaint resolution process at any time.
Reinstatement of Registrations and 
Practice Permits Cancelled 
under Part 4 of the Act
Reinstatement application
31(1)  A person whose registration and practice permit have been 
cancelled under Part 4 of the Act may apply in writing to the Registrar 
to have the registration reinstated and the practice permit reissued.
(2)  An application under subsection (1) 
	(a)	must not be made earlier than 5 years after the date of the 
cancellation, and
	(b)	must not be made more frequently than once in each 
12-month period following a refusal of an application under 
subsection (1).
(3)  An applicant under subsection (1) must provide evidence of having 
the qualifications for registration.
Consideration of application for reinstatement 
32(1)  An application under section 31 must be considered by the 
Registrar or Registration Committee in accordance with this section 
and the application for registration process set out in sections 28 to 30 
of the Act.
(2)  When reviewing an application under this section, the Registrar or 
Registration Committee must consider
	(a)	the record of the hearing at which the applicant's registration 
and practice permit were cancelled, and
	(b)	whether the applicant
	(i)	meets the current requirements for registration,
	(ii)	has met any conditions that were imposed under Part 4 
of the Act before the applicant's registration and 
practice permit were cancelled, and
	(iii)	is fit to practise the paramedic profession and does not 
pose a risk to public safety.
Decision on reinstatement application
33   The Registrar or Registration Committee may, on completing a 
review of an application under section 32, issue a written decision 
containing one or more of the following orders:
	(a)	an order refusing the application; 
	(b)		an order approving the application and authorizing the 
reinstatement of the applicant's registration and reissuance of 
the applicant's practice permit; 
	(c)	an order 
	(i)	approving the application subject to the applicant 
complying with specified conditions imposed by the 
Registrar or Registration Committee, and 
	(ii)	authorizing the reinstatement of the applicant's 
registration and reissuance of the applicant's practice 
permit on the Registrar or Registration Committee being 
satisfied that the applicant has complied with those 
conditions; 
	(d)		an order imposing specified conditions on the applicant's 
practice permit; 
	(e)	an order directing the applicant to pay any or all of the 
College's expenses incurred in respect of the application as 
provided for in the bylaws; 
	(f)	any other order that the Registrar or Registration Committee 
considers necessary for the protection of the public.
Review of decision
34(1)  An applicant whose application for reinstatement is refused or 
on whose practice permit conditions have been imposed under section 
33 may request a review by the Council.  
(2)  Sections 31 and 32 of the Act apply to a review under subsection 
(1).
Access to decision
35(1)  The Registrar or Registration Committee may order that a 
decision under section 33 be published in a manner the Registrar or 
Registration Committee, as the case may be, considers appropriate.
(2)  The Council may order that a decision under section 34 be 
published in a manner the Council considers appropriate.
(3)  The College must make decisions under sections 33 and 34 
available for 5 years to the public on request.
Information
Providing information 
36(1)  A regulated member or an applicant for registration must 
provide the following information, in addition to that required under 
section 33(3) of the Act, to the Registrar when applying for registration 
or to renew a registration, whenever requested by the Registrar and 
whenever there are any changes to the information:
	(a)	the following personal information and academic 
information:
	(i)	full legal name and, if applicable, previous names or 
aliases;
	(ii)	date of birth and gender;
	(iii)	home address;
	(iv)	telephone number, fax number and e-mail address, if 
any; 
	(v)	emergency contact address, telephone number and 
e-mail address, if any;
	(vi)	degrees, diplomas and certifications, including areas of 
specialization, if any, and any other qualifications;
	(vii)	names of educational institutions that granted the 
degrees, diplomas, certifications and other qualifications 
referred to in subclause (vi) and the year in which each 
was granted;
	(viii)	a recent photo of the regulated member or applicant, 
which must be of a size and quality similar to that 
required for a Canadian passport;
	(ix)	all applicable information described in section 33(3) of 
the Act;
	(b)	the following information respecting the regulated member's 
or applicant's practice:
	(i)	the names and addresses of current and previous 
employers or agencies for which the regulated member 
or applicant provides or has provided professional 
services as a paid or unpaid employee, consultant, 
contractor or volunteer and the addresses at which the 
professional services are or were provided;
	(ii)	the type of facility or facilities in which the regulated 
member or applicant provides or has provided 
professional services;
	(iii)	the languages in which the regulated member or 
applicant is able to provide professional services;
	(iv)	the names of any other colleges of regulated professions 
which the regulated member or applicant is or was at 
any time registered or otherwise authorized to provide 
professional services and the current status of that 
registration or authorization;
	(v)	the names of any other jurisdictions in which the 
regulated member or applicant is or was at any time 
registered or otherwise authorized to provide 
professional services, the names of the professional 
bodies that issued the registrations or authorizations and 
the current status of the registrations or authorizations.
(2)  The College may disclose information collected under subsection 
(1) about a regulated member
	(a)	with the consent of the regulated member, or
	(b)	in a summarized or statistical form so that it is not possible to 
relate the information to the regulated member or any other 
identifiable person. 
Section 119 information
37   The periods of time during which the College is obliged to 
provide information on the request of a member of the public under 
section 119(4) of the Act are as follows:
	(a)	in the case of information referred to in section 33(3) of the 
Act, other than information referred to in section 33(3)(h) of 
the Act, during the period while the person is a regulated 
member of the College;
	(b)	in the case of information referred to in section 119 of the 
Act,
	(i)	during the period while the suspension is in effect and 
for 5 years after the period of suspension has expired, in 
the case of information that a regulated member's 
practice permit has been suspended;
	(ii)	during the period while the cancellation is effective and 
for 5 years after the cancellation, in the case of 
information that a regulated member's practice permit 
has been cancelled;
	(iii)	during the period while the conditions are in effect, in 
the case of information that conditions have been 
imposed on a regulated member's practice permit;
	(iv)	during the period while the direction is in effect, in the 
case of information that a regulated member has been 
directed under section 118(4) of the Act to cease 
providing professional services;
	(v)	during the 5-year period immediately after the 
imposition of a caution, reprimand or fine, in the case of 
information respecting the imposition of a caution, 
reprimand or fine under Part 4 of the Act;
	(vi)	during the 5-year period immediately after the date of 
the order, in the case of information that an order has 
been made respecting a regulated member by a hearing 
tribunal, council or the Court of Appeal under Part 4 of 
the Act;
	(c)	during the period until the hearing is concluded, in the case 
of information as to whether a hearing is scheduled to be held 
under Part 4 of the Act with respect to a named regulated 
member;
	(d)	during the period beginning at the conclusion of the hearing 
and ending 5 years after the date that a written decision under 
section 83 of the Act or an order under section 89(5) or 92(1) 
of the Act is made, in the case of information as to whether a 
hearing has been held under Part 4 of the Act with respect to 
a named regulated member;
	(e)	during the 5-year period after the date of the written decision 
made by the hearing tribunal under section 83 of the Act, in 
the case of a decision and testimony referred to in section 
85(3) or (4) of the Act.
Transitional Provisions, Repeal  
and Coming into Force
Transitional
38   On the coming into force of this Regulation, a person described in 
section 6 of Schedule 18 to the Act is deemed to be entered on the 
regulated members register in the register category that the Registrar 
considers appropriate.
Repeal
39   The Emergency Medical Technicians Regulation (AR 48/93) is 
repealed.
Coming into force
40   This Regulation comes into force on the coming into force of 
Schedule 18 to the Health Professions Act.