O.C. 415/2003

A.R. 287/2003

September 23, 2003

   

A P P E N D I X

Insurance Act

MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

AMENDMENT REGULATION

1   The Miscellaneous Provisions Regulation (AR 120/2001) is amended by this Regulation.

2      Section 3 is repealed and the following is substituted:

Prescribed entities and benefits for s15, Act purposes

 

        3(1)  The following are the prescribed entities for the purposes of section 15 of the Act:

                  (a) an employer with employees who are resident or employed in Alberta;

                  (b) an association, or the trustees or the principals of an association, plan, trust or fund, that provides the benefits referred to in subsection (2) to its members or participants who are employees resident or employed in Alberta of one or more employers that participate directly or indirectly in that association, plan, trust or fund;

                  (c) any combination of 2 or more persons referred to in clauses (a) and (b) or either of them.

        (2)  The benefits prescribed for the purposes of section 15 of the Act are any medical care or goods or services for employees or former employees that are not provided under the Alberta Health Care Insurance Act or are provided after the limits for that care or those goods or services under the Alberta Health Care Insurance Act have been reached.

3   The following is added after section 3:

Prescribed benefits for s15.1, Act purposes

 

        3.1   The benefits prescribed for the purposes of section 15.1(2) of the Act are

                  (a) any short or long term income replacement benefits, and

                  (b) any benefits under a pension plan that is registered under the Income Tax Act (Canada).

4(1)  Section 2 comes into force on the commencement of section 30 of the Financial Sector Statutes Amendment Act, 2003, so far as it repeals section 15 of the Act and substitutes a new section 15.

(2)  Section 3 comes into force on the commencement of section 30 of the Financial Sector Statutes Amendment Act, 2003, so far as it adds a new section 15.1 to the Act.