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									 LIVERY TRANSPORT SERVICES

   CITY OF CALGARY




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LIVERY TRANSPORT BYLAW




    2005 NOVEMBER 18
                                LIVERY TRANSPORT BYLAW

                                        TABLE OF CONTENTS

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PART 1        INTERPRETATION AND PURPOSES OF THIS BYLAW ........................2

PART 2        LIVERY TRANSPORT BOARD................................................................7

PART 3        MANAGER..............................................................................................10

PART 4        LIVERY VEHICLES ................................................................................12
   DIVISION 1        GENERAL .......................................................................................... 12
   DIVISION 2        TAXIS ............................................................................................... 13
   DIVISION 3        ACCESSIBLE VEHICLES ...................................................................... 14
   DIVISION 4        LIMOUSINES ...................................................................................... 15
PART 5        LICENCES ..............................................................................................16
   DIVISION 1        GENERAL .......................................................................................... 16
   DIVISION 2        DRIVER’S LICENCE (T.D.L. OR L.D.L.) ................................................ 20
   DIVISION 3        TAXI PLATE LICENCES (T.P.L.)........................................................... 24
   DIVISION 4        LIMOUSINE PLATE LICENCE (L.P.L.).................................................... 26
   DIVISION 5        TRANSFERS ...................................................................................... 26
   DIVISION 6        INDEPENDENT TAXI LICENCE .............................................................. 28
   DIVISION 7        BROKERAGE LICENCE ........................................................................ 29
PART 6        ENHANCED LIVERY VEHICLE INSPECTIONS ....................................32

PART 7        RATES AND FEES.................................................................................35

PART 8        ENFORCEMENT ....................................................................................35
   DIVISION 1        INSPECTIONS .................................................................................... 35
   DIVISION 2        PRODUCTION OF DOCUMENTS ............................................................ 36
   DIVISION 3        LTS INSPECTOR'S ORDER .................................................................. 37
   DIVISION 4        SUSPENSIONS, REVOCATIONS AND APPEALS ....................................... 38
   DIVISION 5        OFFENCES AND PROSECUTIONS ......................................................... 42
PART 9        TRANSITIONAL .....................................................................................44

SCHEDULE "A" – RATES.......................................................................................46

SCHEDULE "B" – FEES..........................................................................................53

SCHEDULE "C" – ENHANCED LIVERY VEHICLE INSPECTION STANDARDS ..55

SCHEDULE "D" – OFFENCE AND PENALTY .......................................................56




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                      BEING A BYLAW OF THE CITY OF CALGARY
                      DEALING WITH CALGARY'S TAXI AND
                      LIMOUSINE INDUSTRY

                      ********************************


WHEREAS the Municipal Government Act provides that Council may pass Bylaws
respecting business, business activities and persons engaged in business and the
safety, health and welfare of people;

THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CALGARY ENACTS AS FOLLOWS:


PART 1            INTERPRETATION AND PURPOSES OF THIS BYLAW

 1.       This Bylaw may be cited as the Livery Transport Bylaw.

 2.       Wherever this Bylaw refers to a person or thing with reference to gender or
          the gender neutral, the intention is to read the Bylaw with the gender
          applicable to the circumstances.

 3.       References to items in the plural include the singular, as applicable.

 4.       The words “include”, “including”, and “includes” are not to be read as limiting
          the phrases or descriptions that precede them.

 5.       Headings are inserted for ease of reference only and are not to be used as
          interpretation aids.

 6.       Specific references to laws in this Bylaw are printed in italic font and are
          meant to refer to the current laws applicable within the Province of Alberta
          as at the time this Bylaw was enacted and as they are amended from time to
          time. For Provincial laws, the reference is to the relevant chapter of the
          Revised Statutes of Alberta 2000, as amended from time to time, including
          successor legislation. For Federal laws, the reference is to the relevant
          chapter of the Revised Statutes of Canada, 1985 edition, as amended from
          time to time, including successor legislation.

 7.       Any reference in this Bylaw to a Part, Section or Clause, unless otherwise
          specified, is a reference to a Part, Section or Clause in this Bylaw.

 8.       Wherever a word is used in this Bylaw with its first letter capitalized and the
          word is in bold font, the term is being used as it is defined in this Part.
          Where any word appears in ordinary case and not in bold font, its regularly
          applied meaning in the English language is intended.

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 9.       If any provision of this Bylaw is declared invalid for any reason by a court of
          competent jurisdiction that provision shall be severed, and all other
          provisions of this Bylaw shall remain valid and enforceable.

 10.      The documents attached to this Bylaw and marked Schedules "A", "B", "C"
          and "D" shall form part of this Bylaw.

 11.      This Bylaw does not apply to:

          (a)     a Motor Vehicle that has the capacity to carry 20 or more passengers
                  excluding the Operator;

          (b)     any Motor Vehicle owned by the City;

          (c)     any non-motorized Motor Vehicle;

          (d)     any service where the passenger is driven in his own Motor Vehicle;

          (e)     a Motor Vehicle carrying passengers who pay a fare or fee for the
                  service where the passenger is picked up outside the City;

          (f)     Motor Vehicles owned and operated by the Calgary Handi Bus
                  Association; and

          (g)     shared ride services to and from the Calgary International Airport,
                  where more than one passenger is transported, each passenger pays
                  for the service, and passengers are picked up from different locations.

 12.      The purposes of this Bylaw are:

         (a)      to ensure service quality, public safety, and consumer protection for
                  people who use Livery Vehicles;

         (b)      to establish a system of licencing Livery Vehicles, Drivers and
                  Brokerages;

         (c)      to establish a system for the inspection of Livery Vehicles;

         (d)      to create a sustainable livery industry to meet the needs of the
                  travelling public in the City; and

         (e)      to provide the administrative and regulatory mechanisms to administer
                  a controlled-entry licencing system and ensure sufficient industry
                  supply to meet consumer demand.

 13.      In this Bylaw where capitalized and bolded:



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         (a)      “Accessible Vehicle” means an Motor Vehicle as described in
                  section 40;

         (b)      “Act” means the Municipal Government Act;

         (c)      “Applicant” means a person who applies for a Licence or Certificate
                  or a renewal or transfer of a Licence or Certificate;

         (d)      “Board” means the Livery Transport Board established under Part 2;

         (e)      “Brokerage” means a Person who holds a Brokerage Licence;

         (f)      “Brokerage Operations” includes:

                  (i)      administering Taxi and Limousine fleets;

                  (ii)     employing or contracting with one or more Drivers;

                  (iii)    accepting calls for the dispatch of Taxis; and

                  (iv)     accepting calls for contracts for services of Limousines;

         (g)      “Certificate” means a certificate Issued under this Bylaw;

         (h)      “Certified Mechanic” means a person who holds a valid and
                  subsisting Certificate of Proficiency as a journeyman motor mechanic
                  or heavy duty mechanic issued by the Province of Alberta and where
                  required by the Manager holds a Certificate of Proficiency under the
                  Gas Protection Act and is approved by the Manager to issue
                  Inspection Certificates;

         (i)      “Chair” means the Chair of the Board;

         (j)      “Chief of Police” means the Chief of Police of the Calgary Police
                  Service and includes any person designated by the Chief of Police to
                  perform his duties under this Bylaw;

         (k)      “City” means the municipal corporation of The City of Calgary or the
                  area contained in the City boundaries as the context implies;

         (l)      “City Manager” means the Chief Administrative Officer as defined in
                  the Act and appointed by Council;

         (m)      “Council” means the municipal Council of the City;

         (n)      “Driver” means a person who is Licensed to operate a Livery
                  Vehicle and holds a valid T.D.L. or L.D.L.;

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         (o)      “Eligible Transferee" means a person who:

                  (i)      holds a T.D.L.;

                  (ii)     has operated a Taxi for at least fifteen hundred hours during
                           the year immediately proceeding the date of the application to
                           transfer;

                  (iii)    does not hold a T.P.L.; and

                  (iv)     has a satisfactory record of Taxi services.

         (p)      "E.L.V.I.S." means the Enhanced Livery Vehicle Inspection Standards
                  set out in Schedule "C";

         (q)      "Independent Taxi" means a Taxi which has been approved as an
                  Independent Taxi pursuant to section 128;

         (r)      “Inspection Certificate” means a certificate completed in accordance
                  with section 145;

         (s)      “Issue”, “Issued” and “Issuing” includes new, renew, renewed and
                  renewing or transfer, transferred or transferring as the case may be;

         (t)      “L.D.L.” means a Limousine Driver’s Licence Issued by the
                  Manager under this Bylaw;

         (u)      “Licence” means a Licence Issued under this Bylaw;

         (v)      “Licence Appeal Board” means the Board so authorised by Council
                  to hear Licence appeals pursuant to Bylaw 47M83;

         (w)      “Licensed” with respect to any Person or Motor Vehicle means that
                  the Person or Motor Vehicle holds or has been Issued one or more
                  Licences of the type or types that the context implies;

         (x)      “Licensee” means the Person to whom a Licence is Issued;

         (y)      “Limousine” means a Limousine as described in section 43;

         (z)      "L.P.L." means a Limousine Plate Licence Issued by the Manager
                  under this Bylaw;

         (aa)     “Livery Inspection Station” means premises and equipment and
                  other resources required to complete an E.L.V.I.S. inspection that
                  have been certified by the Manager for the purpose of conducting
                  mechanical inspections of Livery Vehicles;


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         (bb)     “Livery Vehicle” means a Limousine or a Taxi;

         (cc)     "Livery Vehicle Registration Certificate" means a Taxi registration
                  or a Limousine registration issued by the Manager;

         (dd)     "LTS Inspector" means a Bylaw Enforcement Officer or Special
                  Constable who is employed by the City and under the direction of the
                  Manager;

         (ee)     “Manager” means the Manager of Livery Transport Services;

         (ff)     “Manufacturer” means the original vehicle maker or, in the case of a
                  modifier of a vehicle, a Canadian Motor Vehicle Standards Association
                  CMVSA approved modifier; Motor Vehicle Safety Act (1993);

         (gg)     “Motor Vehicle” means a Motor Vehicle as defined in the Traffic
                  Safety Act;

         (hh)     "Operate", "Operated" or "Operating" includes having care or control
                  of a Motor Vehicle;

         (ii)     “Owner” means in regards to a Livery Vehicle:

                  (i)      a Person named as the registered owner of the Livery
                           Vehicle by the Province of Alberta; or

                  (ii)     a Person who has rights in the Livery Vehicle which are the
                           normal incident of owning the Livery Vehicle including
                           exclusive control of the Livery Vehicle;

         (jj)     “Peace Officer” includes a Bylaw Enforcement Officer, Special
                  Constable, LTS Inspector or a Police Officer;

         (kk)     “Person” includes a corporation and other legal entities;

         (ll)     “Plate” means a licence plate or decal that identifies a vehicle as a
                  Licensed Taxi or Limousine and which has been Issued by the
                  Manager;

         (mm) “Provincial Operator’s Licence” means an operator’s licence issued
              under the Traffic Safety Act;

         (nn)     “Taxi” means a Taxi as described in section 38 and includes an
                  Accessible Vehicle that is a Taxi and an Independent Taxi;

         (oo)     “Taximeter” means a device which is used to compute and display a
                  fare for services provided by a Taxi and is capable of capturing and
                  storing;


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                  (i)      total hired distance;

                  (ii)     total distance travelled;

                  (iii)    total number of trips;

                  (iv)     display the cost of the trip;

                  (v)      total taxes collected

                  (vi)     total fares collected

                  (vii)    total extras collected

         (pp)     "T.D.L." means a Taxi Driver's Licence Issued by the Manager
                  under this Bylaw;

         (qq)     "T.P.L." means a Taxi Plate Licence Issued by the Manager under
                  this Bylaw;

         (rr)     “Vice-Chair” means the Vice-Chair of the Board.


PART 2            LIVERY TRANSPORT BOARD

 14.      The Taxi Commission as established by Bylaw 91/77 and Bylaw 3M94 is
          hereby continued as a Council Committee as defined in the Act reporting
          through the Standing Policy Committee on Land Use, Planning and
          Transportation and hereafter shall be known as the “Livery Transport
          Board”.

 15.
         (1)      The Board shall be composed of a maximum of seven persons
                  appointed by Council as follows:

                  (a)      three persons who are officers or employees of the City;

                  (b)      three persons at large;

                  (c)      one person who shall be a member of the Calgary Police
                           Service and who is recommended to Council by the Chief of
                           Police.

         (2)      Council shall, at its 2006 Organizational Meeting, appoint two of the
                  members to be appointed pursuant to clause 15(1)(a) and one of the
                  members to be appointed pursuant to clause 15(1)(b) to a one year
                  term with the remaining appointments for two year terms. Thereafter,
                  all appointments shall be for two year terms.



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         (3)      Persons appointed pursuant to section 15(1) (b) shall hold office for
                  two year terms but may serve for no more than three consecutive
                  terms or six years whichever is longer. Those person at large
                  appointed to a one year term pursuant to section 15(2) may serve as
                  Board members for a total of seven years.

         (4)      All existing members of the Taxi Commission shall remain as
                  members of the Livery Transport Board until Council's 2006
                  Organizational Meeting.

         (5)      When Council appoints less than seven members or where the
                  Board consists of fewer than seven members, the Board shall be
                  considered fully constituted and entitled to perform the functions and
                  responsibilities given it under this Bylaw notwithstanding the fact that
                  there are fewer than seven members.

         (6)      If a Board member who is a City employee or member of the Calgary
                  Police Service ceases to be a City employee or member of the
                  Calgary Police Service, that member shall cease to be a Board
                  member.

 16.
         (1)      Members of the Board shall elect a member of the Board to be the
                  Chair of the Board and shall elect a member of the Board to be Vice-
                  Chair of the Board.

         (2)      When the Chair is not present or able to act, the Vice-Chair shall act
                  in the place of the Chair.

         (3)      If the Vice-Chair is not present or unable to act, the remaining
                  members who are present and able to act may elect a member as
                  acting Chair.

 17.
         (1)      The Board may, giving consideration to the City of Calgary’s
                  Procedure Bylaw, prescribe rules and procedures

                  (a)      for the conduct of its business generally; and

                  (b)      governing the procedure for hearings or appeals before it.

         (2)      The Board may fix the number of members required for a quorum
                  which shall not be less than four members of the Board.

 18.      The Board may, with a view to supporting the purposes of this Bylaw, public
          safety, consumer protection and service quality, monitor, review and make
          recommendations to Council or the Manager, as the case may be, on the
          following:


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                  (a)      increases or reductions in the number of Licences then
                           Issued;

                  (b)      a system for distribution of Licences;

                  (c)      rates and fees to be charged pursuant to this Bylaw;

                  (d)      eligibility criteria for Licences;

                  (e)      operational standards for safety, cleanliness and service to the
                           public;

                  (f)      rules, standards, terms or conditions for Drivers, Livery
                           Vehicles, Brokerages, Brokerage Operations, Livery
                           Vehicle inspections and other persons, activity or things
                           regulated, Licensed or certified under this Bylaw;

                  (g)      the number of Livery Vehicles which are owned, controlled or
                           used by a Brokerage or Driver;

                  (h)      whether a demerit system for Licensees should be instituted
                           and the procedures and requirements for such a program; and

                  (i)      whether a business should be included or excluded from the
                           provisions of this Bylaw.

 19.
         (1)      Any person who holds a T.P.L. and whose application to transfer his
                  T.P.L. has been refused by the Manager, any Licensee whose
                  application to change the colour or their choice of colour for a Livery
                  Vehicle has been refused by the Manager or any T.P.L. holder
                  whose application under section 108(i) or (ii) has been refused by the
                  Manager may appeal such refusal to the Board.

         (2)      The appeal in section 19(1) must:

                  (a)      be made in writing;

                  (b)      attach a copy of the decision of the Manager that is appealed
                           from;

                  (c)      be delivered to a Livery Transport Services office within thirty
                           days of the date that the Manager’s decision was made;

                  (d)      state the reasons for appeal; and

                  (e)      include the name, address and phone number of the person
                           making the appeal.



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 20.      The Board shall hold a minimum of eight meetings per year and may, as
          required, call special meetings or hold public hearings.

PART 3            MANAGER

 21.      The Manager may, as the Manager deems necessary to enforce and
          administer this bylaw, to ensure public safety, service quality and consumer
          protection for the livery industry and the travelling public:

          (a)     establish and vary forms and procedures for the issuance of all types
                  of Licences and Certificates under this Bylaw;

          (b)     specify the type, course content, amount of training or courses and
                  pass/fail criteria for tests that an Applicant must take to be proficient
                  in:

                  (i)      driver safety;

                  (ii)     the English language;

                  (iii)    customer service, diversity and human rights;

                  (iv)     City geography, map reading and tourism;

                  (v)      transportation of the disabled;

                  (vi)     business management;

                  (vii)    vehicle maintenance and safety; and

                  (viii)   obligations and responsibilities of Licensees under this Bylaw
                           and any other laws governing the delivery of livery services.

          (c)     specify the form, content, colour and location of Plates and all other
                  decals and identification markings required to be placed on Livery
                  Vehicles;

          (d)     approve or deny the colour or change in colour of Livery Vehicles;

          (e)     specify or prohibit safety equipment or devices which may be placed
                  in Livery Vehicles;

          (f)     specify the number of passengers that may be carried in a Livery
                  Vehicle and the amount and type of goods that may be placed in or
                  on a Livery Vehicle;

          (g)     specify the forms that must be used for the orderly conduct of livery
                  services; and



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          (h)     specify the type, content, format and location of advertising or
                  promotional material, brochures, cards, stickers, signs, decals, Plates
                  or other similar material which may be carried in or on a Livery
                  Vehicle.

 22.      The Manager may, in writing, delegate any or all of the powers conferred on
          the Manager by this Bylaw to any person or persons the Manager considers
          advisable.

 23.
         (1)      The exercise of those powers set out in section 21 shall be made in
                  writing and are effective upon the date they are signed by the
                  Manager unless the Manager specifies an effective date.

         (2)      Where the Manager exercises any of the powers conferred upon the
                  Manager by section 21, the Manager must cause a bulletin to be
                  published in accordance with this section.

         (3)      The Manager may publish bulletins in respect of matters other than
                  those set out in section 21 where the Manager believes it is in the
                  interest of the livery transport industry to be advised of those matters.

         (4)      The Manager must publish bulletins by:

                  (a)      making a copy of the bulletin available for public viewing during
                           normal business hours at a Livery Transport Services office;

                  (b)      delivering a copy of the bulletin to all Licensed Brokerages
                           by one of the following methods:

                           (i)     ordinary mail or hand delivery to the business address
                                   provided to the Livery Transport Services by the
                                   Brokerage;

                           (ii)    electronic mail transmission to the e-mail address
                                   provided to the Livery Transport Services by the
                                   Brokerage; or

                           (iii)   facsimile transmission to the fax number provided to the
                                   Livery Transport Services by the Brokerage.

         (5)      Upon receipt of a bulletin a Brokerage shall

                  (a)      post the bulletin in a prominent location within the Brokerage
                           premises; and

                  (b)      upon request provide a copy to all persons who pay the
                           Brokerage stand rent.


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         (6)      Notwithstanding the Manager's and Brokerage's obligations to make
                  persons in the livery transport industry aware of bulletins, it is the
                  obligation of all members of the livery transport industry to be
                  informed of the contents of bulletins and industry members will be
                  deemed to be aware of all bulletins that are published in accordance
                  with section 23(4).

         (7)      The Manager shall, on a quarterly basis throughout the calendar year,
                  publish the names of all Persons who are the holders of valid and
                  subsisting T.P.L.s and L.P.L.s.


PART 4            LIVERY VEHICLES


Division 1        General

 24.     No Person shall advertise or offer a Motor Vehicle for hire unless that
         Motor Vehicle has a valid T.P.L. or L.P.L. joined to it.

 25.     No Person shall charge a fare or fee to carry passengers or offer to carry
         passengers for a fare or fee unless the Motor Vehicle used or to be used
         has a valid T.P.L. or L.P.L. joined to it.

 26.     No Person shall Operate a Motor Vehicle in a manner which suggests the
         Motor Vehicle is for hire unless the Motor Vehicle has a valid T.P.L. or
         L.P.L. joined to it.

 27.     The Manager must approve of all Motor Vehicles before a T.P.L. or L.P.L.
         may be joined to them.

 28.     The Manager shall issue a Livery Vehicle Registration Certificate for each
         Motor Vehicle she approves as qualified to have a T.P.L. or L.P.L. joined to
         it.

 29.     No person shall Operate a Livery Vehicle unless a valid Livery Vehicle
         Registration Certificate is in that person's possession.

 30.     The holder of a T.P.L. or L.P.L. shall ensure that no person attaches the
         T.P.L. or L.P.L. he holds to a Motor Vehicle unless that Motor Vehicle has
         been issued a Livery Vehicle Registration Certificate.

 31.     No person shall attach an invalid, suspended or revoked Plate to a Motor
         Vehicle.

 32.     No Person shall advertise or offer for hire a Motor Vehicle as an
         Accessible Vehicle unless that Motor Vehicle has been approved by the
         Manager as an Accessible Vehicle.


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 33.     No person shall remove a Taximeter from a Taxi without first notifying the
         Manager.

 34.     No person shall Operate a Taxi with a Taximeter that is not sealed by the
         Manager unless they have a permit issued by the Manager.

 35.     No person shall Operate a Taxi with a Taximeter that has a broken or
         missing seal.

 36.     No person shall charge a fare for the operation of a Taxi other than the fare
         shown on the Taximeter at the conclusion of the trip unless a flat rate fare is
         requested in accordance with Schedule "A".

 37.     No person shall carry a passenger in a Taxi unless the Taximeter is turned
         on and computing the fare unless a flat rate fare is requested in accordance
         with Schedule "A".


Division 2        Taxis

 38.      A Taxi is a Motor Vehicle which has a valid T.P.L. joined to it.

 39.      The Manager shall not approve a Motor Vehicle as a Taxi or Issue a
          Livery Vehicle Registration Certificate for it unless it:

          (a)     has at least three passenger doors;

          (b)     has a seating capacity for a minimum of five adults including the
                  Driver with all seats constructed by the Manufacturer and unaltered;

          (c)     is not more than eight model years old;

          (d)     is of a make and model approved for use as a Taxi by the Manager;

          (e)     is equipped with a Taximeter which is:

                  (i)      of a type, make or model approved by the Manager;

                  (ii)     mounted in such a position that the fare can easily be read by
                           passengers in any seat in the vehicle;

                  (iii)    illuminated so that the fare can be read at all times by
                           passengers in any seat of the vehicle; and

                  (iv)     sealed by the Manager or a third-party provider that is certified
                           by the Manager;

          (f)     has decals showing rates and fares attached which:

                  (i)      face outward on each rear door window;

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                  (ii)     are in a form approved by the Manager; and

                  (iii)    sets out the fare to be charged for the hire of the Taxi;

          (g)     displays, in a manner approved by the Manager, the name, trade
                  name or trademark of the Brokerage with which the Taxi is affiliated;

          (h)     is painted in colours approved by the Manager;

          (i)     displays Plate, numbers and decals in the manner, position and
                  colour approved by the Manager;

          (j)     displays, in a manner approved by the Manager, and in the form and
                  content specified by the Manager, the rights and obligations of
                  passengers and Drivers;

          (k)     has an operating 2-way communications system; and

          (l)     has a top light approved by the Manager which is connected in such
                  a manner so as to be illuminated when the Taxi is available for hire
                  and turned off when the Taxi is not available for hire.


Division 3        Accessible Vehicles

 40.     An Accessible Vehicle is a Motor Vehicle which has a T.P.L. or L.P.L.
         joined to it and is approved as an Accessible Vehicle by the Manager.

 41.     The Manager shall not approve a Motor Vehicle as an Accessible Vehicle
         or Issue a Livery Vehicle Registration Certificate for it unless it:

         (a)      meets all of the criteria set out in section 39 (c) to (m) if it is a Taxi;

         (b)      has a seating capacity for a minimum of three adults including the
                  Driver with all seats being constructed by the Manufacturer and
                  unaltered; and

         (c)      meets all Canadian Motor Vehicle Safety Standards and Canadian
                  Association Standard D409-02 Motor Vehicle for the Transportation of
                  Persons with Physical Disabilities as varied or amended from time to
                  time.

 42.     The Manager shall, if a Motor Vehicle is approved by her as an Accessible
         Vehicle endorse the Livery Vehicle Registration Certificate for that Livery
         Vehicle to show that the Livery Vehicle is an Accessible Vehicle and such
         endorsement shall be proof of the Manager's approval thereof.




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Division 4        Limousines

 43.     A Limousine is a Motor Vehicle including a Stretch-Limousine, Sedan-
         Limousine or Specialized Limousine as those vehicles are defined in this
         Division 4, which has a valid L.P.L. joined to it.

 44.     A Stretch-Limousine is a Motor Vehicle on which the frame has been cut or
         altered and extended at least 8 inches and which is no more than ten model
         years old.

 45.     A Sedan-Limousine is a Motor Vehicle which is either a Lincoln or Cadillac
         which has not been altered in any way, except by the Manufacturer and has
         a maximum seating capacity of six persons including the Driver, has a frame
         6 inches longer than a standard Lincoln or Cadillac and which is no more
         than five model years old.

 46.     A Specialized Limousine is a Motor Vehicle which is approved by the
         Manager as a Specialized Limousine.

 47.     The Manager shall not approve a Motor Vehicle as a Stretch-Limousine or
         Issue a Livery Vehicle Registration Certificate for it unless it meets the
         criteria set out in section 44.

 48.     The Manager shall not approve a Motor Vehicle as a Sedan-Limousine or
         Issue a Livery Vehicle Registration Certificate for it unless it meets the
         criteria set out in section 45.

 49.     The Manager may approve a Motor Vehicle as a Specialized Limousine
         and Issue a Livery Vehicle Registration Certificate for it only if:

         (a)      the Motor Vehicle does not otherwise qualify as a Taxi, Stretch-
                  Limousine or Sedan-Limousine; and

         (b)      the Manager is satisfied that the Motor Vehicle

                  (i)      can be operated safely;

                  (ii)     would not undermine the purposes of this Bylaw;

                  (iii)    can provide comfort to passengers; and

                  (iv)     offers a unique experience or luxury to passengers.

 50.     The Owner of a Limousine shall ensure that the Limousine he owns:

         (a)      has an L.P.L. joined to it; and

         (b)      displays Plate and numbers in a manner, position and colour
                  prescribed by the Manager.


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 51.     No Person shall offer or advertise to Operate a Limousine for a fare or fee
         which is less than that specified in Schedule "A".

 52.     No Person shall, while Operating a Limousine, charge a fare or fee to
         transport passengers which is less than as specified in Schedule "A".

 53.     An Owner of a Limousine shall ensure that the fare or fee charged to
         transport passengers is equal to or greater than as specified in Schedule "A".

 54.     The holder of an L.P.L. shall ensure that the fare or fee charged to transport
         passengers carried in the Limousine his L.P.L. is joined to is equal to or
         greater than as specified in Schedule "A".

 55.     No Person shall, while operating a Limousine, pick up passengers for a fare
         or fee unless the Limousine service was previously arranged.

 56.     An Owner and the Brokerage of a Limousine shall ensure that all
         passengers transported in his Limousine have previously arranged for the
         Limousine service.

 57.     An Owner and the Brokerage of a Limousine shall ensure that each paid
         trip the Limousine is used for is evidenced by a written agreement between
         the Owner or Brokerage of the Limousine and the passenger.

 58.     The holder of an L.P.L. shall ensure that each paid trip taken in the
         Limousine his L.P.L. is attached to is evidenced by a written agreement.

 59.     Notwithstanding the provision of this Division 4, a Sedan-Limousine may
         pickup from, and deliver to the Calgary International Airport passengers, and
         charge zone-based fares for the service as specified in Schedule "A".


PART 5            LICENCES


Division 1        General

 60.     No person shall Operate a Taxi without a valid and subsisting T.D.L.

 61.     No person shall Operate a Limousine without a valid and subsisting L.D.L.

 62.     No Person shall possess more than one copy of the same Licence.

 63.     No person shall Operate a Sedan-Limousine at the Calgary International
         Airport without a valid L.D.L. with an endorsement to operate a Sedan-
         Limousine.

 64.     No Person shall allow a Sedan-Limousine to be Operated at the Calgary
         International Airport unless the Driver has a valid L.D.L. with an
         endorsement to operate a Sedan-Limousine.
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 65.     No person shall Operate a Livery Vehicle contrary to a restriction or
         condition to which that Person's Licence is subject.

 66.     No person shall Operate a Livery Vehicle without having his T.D.L. or
         L.D.L. in his possession.

 67.     No Person shall conduct Brokerage Operations without a valid and
         subsisting Brokerage Licence.

 68.     No Person shall Operate an Accessible Vehicle without a valid and
         subsisting T.D.L. endorsed for Accessible Vehicle.

 69.     No Person shall Operate an Independent Taxi without a Livery Vehicle
         Registration Certificate endorsed for Independent Taxis.

 70.      No Person shall attach a Plate to a Motor Vehicle which is not approved by
          the Manager and does not have a valid Livery Vehicle Registration
          Certificate.

 71.      No Person shall allow a Plate to be attached to a Motor Vehicle which is
          not approved by the Manager and does not have a valid Livery Vehicle
          Registration Certificate.

 72.      No Person shall Operate a Motor Vehicle in the City which has markings,
          decals, or equipment identifying it as a Livery Vehicle unless that vehicle
          has a valid Livery Vehicle Registration Certificate.

 73.     Sections 60, 61, 63, 65 and 68 do not apply to a Taxi or Limousine which is
         not in service.

 74.
         (1)      The burden of proving that a Taxi or Limousine was not in service
                  rests with the person relying on the defence.

         (2)      To prove that a Taxi or Limousine was not in service the person
                  relying on the defence must show that at the time that the offence was
                  alleged to have taken place signs in a form approved by the Manager
                  and bearing the words "NOT FOR HIRE" were visible and prominently
                  displayed in both the front and back windows of the Taxi or in the front
                  window of a Limousine.

 75.     The operator of a Taxi or Limousine that has in place the signs specified in
         section 74(2) shall not stop or park the Taxi or Limousine in a taxi stand,
         passenger loading area or any other place set apart for Taxis or Limousines
         that are in service.

 76.     All Licences issued pursuant to this Bylaw expire on the date specified on
         the Licence as the expiry date.


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 77.
         (1)      A Person may apply to the Manager for a Licence in accordance
                  with the provisions of this Bylaw.

         (2)      An application for a Licence must be made to the Manager and must
                  be in the form and contain the information prescribed by the Manager.

         (3)      With respect to an application referred to in section 77(2), in addition
                  to the information required on an application form, the Manager may
                  require the Applicant to provide any other document or information
                  which, in the opinion of the Manager, is necessary to evaluate the
                  application, including, but not limited to:

                  (a)      proof that the Applicant is legally entitled to work in Canada;

                  (b)      the written recommendation of the Chief of Police; and

                  (c)      a driver's abstract if the application is for a T.D.L. or L.D.L.

 78.
         (1)      If an application for a Licence is not materially advanced by the
                  Applicant for ninety consecutive days then the application is deemed
                  to have been abandoned and the application fee is forfeited to the
                  City.

         (2)      If a Licence expires and an application to renew is not made within
                  ninety days of expiry then the Licence is deemed to have been
                  abandoned and the right to renew is forfeited.

 79.     Each director and officer of a corporate Applicant must obtain the
         recommendation of the Chief of Police.

 80.      Every Applicant for a Licence shall attend in person and not by agent or
          attorney at the office of the Manager to complete an application and in the
          case of an application made by a corporation, such attendance shall be
          made by a director or officer of the corporation.

 81.     The Manager may refuse to Issue the Licence applied for if, in the opinion
         of the Manager:

         (a)      the Applicant fails to meet the requirements, tests, terms or
                  conditions established under this Bylaw;

         (b)      the character, conduct, or state of health of an Applicant is such that
                  the Person is unfit to hold that particular Licence;

         (c)      it would not be in the public interest or the interests of the livery
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         (d)      the Applicant has ten or more demerit points given under the
                  authority of the Traffic Safety Act; or

         (e)      the Applicant has not received the positive recommendation of the
                  Chief of Police.

 82.      The Manager may Issue a temporary Licence for a period no longer than
          ninety days while an application is being processed, evaluated or
          considered.

 83.      The Manager may Issue any Licence for a period of less than one year.

 84.      The Manager shall not Issue any Licence with an expiry date later than
          thirteen months from the date of Issue.

 85.      No Person whose application for a Licence or transfer of a T.P.L. has been
          refused may reapply for a Licence or transfer of a T.P.L. until six months
          after the date of refusal.

 86.
         (1)      Subject to the provisions of this Bylaw, as to revocation, suspension,
                  or a temporary Licence, a Licence Issued pursuant to this bylaw is
                  valid only until the expiry date appearing on the Licence.

         (2)      A holder whose Licence is suspended, revoked or expired shall
                  immediately return the Licence, Plates and any other Livery
                  document relating to such Licence to the Manager.

 87.
         (1)      Where a Licensee has had its status change with respect to any
                  municipal, provincial, or federal regulatory regime that is relevant to
                  the Licensee's ability to hold a Licence, the Licensee must
                  immediately advise the Manager of its change in status.

         (2)      A Licensee and any director, officer or shareholder of a Licensee
                  must immediately notify the Manager and disclose any change in the
                  information which was provided as part of the application or renewal
                  of a Licence, including, but not limited to, changes in:

                  (a)      name;

                  (b)      address;

                  (c)      corporate registries information;

                  (d)      registered owner information for Motor Vehicles;

                  (e)      driving record;


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                  (f)      insurance coverage and Certificates;

                  (g)      criminal record;

                  (h)      a medical diagnosis which would affect the holder’s ability to
                           carry out the tasks related to the Licence he holds or that
                           could affect the safety of the public.

         (3)      Where a corporation is a Licensee, the corporation must notify the
                  Manager of all transfers of existing shares and the issue of all new
                  shares of the capital stock of the corporation or the sale or assignment
                  of the business through the sale of assets.

         (4)      Where a corporation incorporated under the Co-operative Association
                  Act (Alberta) or the Cooperatives Act (Alberta) is a Licensee, the
                  Licensee must notify the Manager of a sale of all or substantially all
                  of the assets of the corporation.

 88.      If the Manager determines that the controlling interest in a company that
          holds a Brokerage Licence has changed, whether by direct or indirect
          means, she may suspend or revoke the Brokerage Licence if she
          determines that it is in the public interest or the best interests of the livery
          industry to do so.

 89.
         (1)      The Manager may impose restrictions and conditions on a Licensee
                  if in the opinion of the Manager they are reasonable to protect the
                  public interest or the interest of the livery industry and the purposes of
                  this Bylaw.

         (2)      Terms and conditions referred to in section 89(1) are effective as of
                  the date notice is given to the holder of the Licence to which they
                  apply or upon issuance in the case of a new Licence or renewal.

 90.      All Licences and Plates are and shall remain the property of the City and
          shall not be sold, leased, assigned or transferred except in accordance with
          this bylaw.

 91.      All Licences shall be produced:

         (a)      under the personal or mechanically reproduced signature of the
                  Manager and her seal; and

         (b)      on a form established by the Manager which bears the identification
                  of the City and is not a copy.

Division 2        Driver’s Licence (T.D.L. or L.D.L.)

 92.      Every Driver, while operating a Taxi or Limousine shall:

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         (a)      be neat and clean in person and dress;

         (b)      be professional and courteous;

         (c)      promptly attend to passenger pick ups;

         (d)      not accept any engagement that he is incapable of fulfilling;

         (e)      when requested to do so, supply a passenger with a legible receipt
                  showing:

                  (i)      the fare or fee charged;

                  (ii)     the Driver's T.D.L. or L.D.L. number;

                  (iii)    the name of the Brokerage with which the Livery Vehicle is
                           affiliated, if any;

                  (iv)     the Plate number for the Livery Vehicle; and

                  (v)      the date and time when livery services were provided.

         (f)      take proper care of all baggage and personal property given to him for
                  conveyance, and deliver such property as directed;

         (g)      immediately after delivering a passenger, inspect the Livery Vehicle
                  to determine whether or not the passenger has left any property;

         (h)      gather all lost property found in or about the Livery Vehicle and, if the
                  vehicle is affiliated with a Brokerage, deliver same to the premises of
                  the Brokerage with which his Livery Vehicle is affiliated, without
                  charge;

         (i)      where lost property is found and the Driver is not affiliated with a
                  Brokerage, deliver the found property to a police station, without
                  charge;

         (j)      unless requested by the passenger to do otherwise, take the most
                  economical route to a destination;

         (k)      inspect the Livery Vehicle he will be operating before each shift and
                  repair any defects which contravene E.L.V.I.S. before operating the
                  Livery Vehicle; and

         (l)      upon discovering a defect on a Livery Vehicle he is operating which
                  contravenes E.L.V.I.S. report it to the Brokerage to which the Livery
                  Vehicle is affiliated.

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         (a)      must accept all persons as passengers except when entitled to refuse
                  such persons pursuant to this section;

         (b)      is entitled to refuse a passenger if such a person:

                  (i)      is drunk or otherwise intoxicated;

                  (ii)     is indebted to the Driver or Brokerage with which the Livery
                           Vehicle is affiliated;

                  (iii)    requests that the Driver carry an animal in the Livery Vehicle
                           other than a service animal used to assist a person with a
                           disability;

                  (iv)     requests that the Driver carry baggage in the Livery Vehicle
                           which might be detrimental to the repair, cleanliness or sanitary
                           condition of the Livery Vehicle;

                  (v)      requests the Driver to carry any passengers or baggage which
                           the Livery Vehicle is incapable of carrying;

                  (vi)     insists on smoking or persists in smoking in the Livery
                           Vehicle; or

                  (vii)    is disorderly or abusive to the Driver;

         (c)      is not required to accept as a passenger if the Taxi is not in service;

         (d)      must not allow consumption of alcohol in a Taxi by any person;

         (e)      must keep a log book and retain such log book for a minimum of two
                  years showing:

                  (i)      the time and date when every passenger is picked up;

                  (ii)     the location at which every passenger is picked up;

                  (iii)    the destination at which every passenger is discharged;

                  (iv)     fare charged;

                  (v)      the date and time he starts operating the Livery Vehicle and
                           the time his shift ends;

                  (vi)     the total number of trips taken during each shift; and

                  (vii)    the accumulated total number of trips as shown on the
                           Taximeter at the beginning of the shift.

         (f)      must keep the log book referred to in this section on his person;

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         (g)      must display his T.D.L. or L.D.L. in a position inside the Livery
                  Vehicle which is clearly visible to all passengers;

         (h)      may, between the hours of 6:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m., require that the
                  passenger provide a cash deposit of not more than twenty dollars to
                  be applied toward the meter fare and shall provide a receipt to the
                  passenger for such deposit; and

         (i)      shall have eight consecutive hours off duty in any twenty-four hours
                  period.

 94.      A Driver shall not:

         (a)      drive a Livery Vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or other
                  impairing substances;

         (b)      consume alcohol or use impairing substances while operating a
                  Livery Vehicle;

         (c)      when Operating a Taxi carry a number of passengers in excess of
                  the number stipulated by the Motor Vehicle's Manufacturer in its
                  specifications for that Motor Vehicle;

         (d)      when Operating a Limousine carry a number of passengers in
                  excess of the number stipulated by the Manager and shown on the
                  Livery Vehicle Registration Certificate;

         (e)      misinform any person as to:

                  (i)      the time, place, arrival or departure of any public conveyance;
                           or

                  (ii)     the location of any place, structure or building;

         (f)      induce any person to hire his services or any other Livery Vehicle by
                  false representation;

         (g)      use a cell phone while operating a Taxi or Limousine unless such
                  use is permitted by mutual consent of all passengers;

         (h)      refuse a passenger because they require that their service animal
                  accompany them.

 95.      If a passenger requests the assistance of a Driver, including the loading or
          unloading of a mobility aid and provided that the request for assistance is
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Division 3        Taxi Plate Licences (T.P.L.)

 96.      There shall be no more than 1511 T.P.L.s Issued and in use in the City.

 97.      Every T.P.L. must be joined to a Taxi.

 98.      To be eligible to hold a T.P.L. a Driver must have driven a Taxi for fifteen
          hundred hours in Calgary in the twelve months preceding the date of
          acquiring or renewing the T.P.L.

 99.      A Driver who holds more than one T.P.L. must drive at least one of the
          Taxis which is joined with one of the T.P.L.s he holds for fifteen hundred
          hours in the twelve months preceding the date of renewing that T.P.L.

 100.     A Driver who holds one T.P.L. must drive the Taxi which the T.P.L. he
          owns is joined to for at least fifteen hundred hours in the twelve months
          preceding the date of renewing that T.P.L.

 101.
         (1)      No Brokerage shall allow a T.P.L. held by it to be used on any Taxi
                  which is affiliated with another Brokerage.

         (2)      Notwithstanding section 101(1) the Manager may, if she considers it
                  to be in the public interest, an improvement in service quality or
                  consistent with the purposes of this Bylaw, allow a Brokerage to lend,
                  without remuneration, a T.P.L. or T.P.L.s to another Brokerage.

 102.     A Driver who is the holder of a T.P.L. must be the Owner of the Motor
          Vehicle to which the T.P.L. is joined.

 103.     Only a Driver or a Brokerage may hold a T.P.L.

 104.     A Driver may hold only one T.P.L.

 105.     Except as specified in this Bylaw, no Person shall charge any fees, levies or
          charges whatsoever for the use of a T.P.L.

 106.     No company may hold a T.P.L. unless that company is also the holder of a
          Brokerage Licence.

 107.
         (1)      If the holder of a T.P.L. ceases to own a Taxi or conduct Taxi
                  operations with the Taxi to which the T.P.L. is joined, he shall
                  immediately deliver up that T.P.L. to the Manager and he shall
                  immediately remove all markings, decals and equipment that were
                  installed in order to use the vehicle as a Livery Vehicle and return the
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         (2)      A Person who holds a T.P.L. may substitute the Motor Vehicle to
                  which that T.P.L. is joined with another Motor Vehicle provided that
                  the substituted vehicle complies with all of the requirements of this
                  Bylaw.

         (3)      A substitution under section 107(2) is of no force or effect until the
                  substitution is reported to the Manager in the form and manner
                  prescribed by the Manager and the Manager has inspected and
                  approved the substitution and Issued a Livery Vehicle Registration
                  Certificate.

 108. (i)         Upon the written application of the holder of a T.P.L., the Manager
                  may, for humanitarian reasons or if it is in the public interest to do so
                  and is not in conflict with the purposes of this Bylaw, vary for a
                  maximum period of one year, the number of hours that the holder of a
                  T.P.L. is required to Operate his Taxi as specified in sections 98, 99
                  and 100.

         (ii)     Upon the written application of the holder of a T.P.L., the Manager
                  may, for humanitarian reasons or if it is in the public interest to do so
                  and is not in conflict with the purposes of this Bylaw, vary the amount
                  of time that a T.P.L. must be held before an application for transfer
                  can be made as set out in section 117.

 109.     If a Taxi is not continuously used as a Taxi for a period greater than thirty
          days, then the holder of the T.P.L. joined to that Taxi shall notify the
          Manager in writing of the lack of use.

 110.
         (1)      The holder of a T.P.L. must immediately notify the Manager when the
                  Taxi to which the T.P.L. is joined becomes affiliated with a Brokerage
                  and when such affiliation ends.

         (2)      Every holder of a T.P.L. shall supply the Taxi Brokerage with which
                  the Taxi is affiliated, with a list of all Drivers who drive that Taxi and
                  shall inform the Taxi Brokerage with which the Taxi is affiliated of all
                  persons who:

                  (a)      commence as a Driver of the Taxi, and

                  (b)      cease to drive the Taxi.

         (3)      Excepting Independent Taxis', every Taxi must be affiliated with a
                  Taxi Brokerage.

         (4)      If a Taxi or Limousine is affiliated with a Brokerage, then the T.P.L.
                  or L.P.L. holder, as the case may be, shall provide to the Brokerage
                  a copy of:


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                  (a)      any terms and conditions that are Issued with respect to the
                           T.P.L. or L.P.L.; and

                  (b)      any notices Issued by the Manager with respect to that T.P.L.
                           or L.P.L.

         (5)      The Brokerage shall maintain a record of the documents that are
                  received and provided under this section.

         (6)      The holder of a T.P.L. must on demand of the Manager, provide the
                  Manager with the data captured and stored in the Taximeter in his
                  Taxi.


Division 4        Limousine Plate Licence (L.P.L.)

 111.     Only a Driver or a Brokerage may hold a L.P.L.

 112.     Every Limousine must be affiliated with a Brokerage.

 113.     No company may hold a L.P.L. unless that company is also the holder of a
          Brokerage Licence.

 114.
         (1)      If the holder of an L.P.L. ceases to own a Limousine or conduct livery
                  operations with the Limousine to which the L.P.L. is joined, he shall
                  immediately deliver up that L.P.L. to the Manager and he shall
                  immediately remove all markings, decals and equipment that were
                  installed in order to use the vehicle as a Limousine and return the
                  Livery Vehicle Registration Certificate to the Manager.

         (2)      A Person who holds a L.P.L. may substitute the vehicle to which that
                  L.P.L. is joined with another Limousine provided that the substituted
                  vehicle complies with all of the requirements of this Bylaw.

         (3)      A substitution under section 114(2) is of no force or effect until the
                  substitution is reported to the Manager in the form and manner
                  prescribed by the Manager and the Manager has inspected and
                  approved the substitution and Issued a Livery Vehicle Registration
                  Certificate.

 115.     Every L.P.L. shall be joined to a Motor Vehicle within fourteen days of the
          issuance of the L.P.L.


Division 5        Transfers

 116.     The holder of a T.P.L. shall not transfer or otherwise dispose of a T.P.L.:


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                  (a)      except to an Eligible Transferee;

                  (b)      without the approval of the Manager; and

                  (c)      except in compliance with this Bylaw.

 117.     Except in the case where the holder of a T.P.L. has died, the holder of a
          T.P.L. may not transfer his T.P.L. unless he has held it for at least three
          years prior to the date of application for transfer.

 118.     In the event of the death of a T.P.L. holder, the estate shall have eighteen
          months to transfer the T.P.L. to an Eligible Transferee. If the T.P.L. is not
          transferred within the said eighteen months it is automatically cancelled.

 119.     The estate of a deceased holder of a T.P.L., may during the eighteen month
          period specified in section 118, allow a Driver or Drivers to operate the
          Taxi to which the T.P.L. is joined.

 120.     If she considers it appropriate for service quality, for the purposes of this
          Bylaw, in the public interest, or in the interests of the livery industry to do so,
          the Manager may extend the time for compliance set out in section 118 and
          consequently the time period set out in section 119.

 121.     A Person who wants to transfer his T.P.L. shall apply in writing for the
          transfer to the Manager and the application shall be in the form and contain
          the information specified by the Manager.

 122.     Provided that the Manager's approval has been obtained, a corporation
          which is a Brokerage and holds one or more T.P.L.s may transfer those
          T.P.L.s as a wholly owned subsidiary or from a wholly owned subsidiary to a
          parent company or to another Brokerage.

 123.     No Driver who holds a T.P.L. shall transfer the T.P.L. he holds to a
          Brokerage.

 124.     No Driver who holds a T.P.L. shall transfer the T.P.L. he holds to a
          company.

 125.     A Person who applies for a transfer and is granted the right of transfer shall
          pay the fees specified in Schedule "B".

 126.     The transferee of a T.P.L. shall, within fourteen days of the date that the
          transfer is approved, join the T.P.L. to a Motor Vehicle and have a Livery
          Vehicle Registration Certificate Issued.

 127.     Upon approval of a transfer, the transferor shall immediately present the
          Plate and all documentation related to the transferred T.P.L. to the Manager
          for processing into the name of the transferee.


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Division 6        Independent Taxi Licence

 128. An Independent Taxi is a Taxi which is not affiliated with or dispatched by a
      Brokerage.

 129. The Manager must approve of all Motor Vehicles before they qualify as an
      Independent Taxi.

 130. The Manager shall Issue a Livery Vehicle Registration Certificate for each
      Motor Vehicle she approves as being qualified as an Independent Taxi.

 131. All provisions in this Bylaw governing T.P.L.s shall apply to an Independent
      Taxi Licence.

 132. A Person who holds a T.P.L. which is joined to an Independent Taxi shall:

                  (a)      not be affiliated with or dispatched by a Taxi Brokerage;

                  (b)      have a communications system which is capable of operating
                           from his Taxi;

                  (c)      have an address in the City where he can be contacted by the
                           Manager;

                  (d)      have his Taxi marked or painted one or more colours which
                           shall be approved by the Manager and be common on all
                           Taxis which are operated as Independent Taxis;

                  (e)      not dispatch any other Taxi but the Taxi operated by the
                           Owner of the Independent Taxi;

                  (f)      inform the Manager in writing of all trade names used in
                           connection with his Independent Taxi;

                  (g)      maintain an up to date list of all Drivers who Operate his
                           Independent Taxi and provide that list to the Manager on
                           demand;

                  (h)      keep a list of all lost property left in his Independent Taxi and
                           provide the list to the Manager on demand; and

                  (i)      provide all Drivers who Operate his Independent Taxi with
                           training in regards to the use of the Taximeter, communication
                           and other equipment used in livery operations and in the case
                           of Accessible Vehicles training in the use of the specialized
                           equipment used as specified by the Manager.

 133.     A Person who holds a T.P.L. that is joined to an Independent Taxi may
          allow up to 2 other Drivers in any one day to drive the Independent Taxi.

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Division 7        Brokerage Licence

 134.
         (a)      An Applicant for a Brokerage Licence shall supply such financial
                  statements, letters of credit and other supporting financial information
                  as the Manager may require to enable the Manager to determine the
                  Applicant's financial capability to operate a viable business; and

         (b)      This section does not apply to the renewing of Brokerage Licences.

 135.     A Brokerage shall ensure that:

         (a)      each Taxi and Limousine it dispatches is in compliance with this
                  Bylaw and Operated in compliance with this Bylaw;

         (b)      each Taxi it dispatches is Operated by a person who holds a valid
                  and subsisting T.D.L.;

         (c)      each Limousine affiliated with it is Operated by a person who holds a
                  valid and subsisting L.D.L.;

         (d)      each Taxi it dispatches has a valid and subsisting Livery Vehicle
                  Registration Certificate;

         (e)      each Limousine for which it contracts for services has a valid and
                  subsisting Livery Vehicle Registration Certificate;

         (f)      each Taxi it dispatches and each Limousine it contracts for services
                  has a valid and subsisting Inspection Certificate;

         (g)      each Taxi it dispatches has a Taximeter which is sealed by the
                  Manager;

         (h)      each Taxi it dispatches charges only fares specified in Schedule "A";

         (i)      each Limousine only charges fares as specified in Schedule "A".

 136.     A Brokerage must comply with:

         (a)      all the terms and conditions of the T.P.L.s for the Taxis or the L.P.L.s
                  for the Limousines that are affiliated with the Brokerage;

         (b)      all provisions under Division 3 and Division 4 which restrict or regulate
                  the manner in which the Brokerage fleet may be used; and

         (c)      all provisions of the Bylaw as they pertain to the Brokerage.

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         (a)      its Brokerage Licence; and

         (b)      any terms and conditions that are imposed with respect to that
                  Brokerage Licence.

138.     A Brokerage shall:

         (a)      maintain the Brokerage premises in a clean state and in good repair;

         (b)      inform the Manager, in writing, of all trade names used in connection
                  with his Brokerage Operations;

         (c)      immediately notify the Manager when a Livery Vehicle becomes
                  affiliated or ceases to be affiliated with the Brokerage;

         (d)      maintain an up to date list of all Drivers who drive a Livery Vehicle
                  affiliated with the Brokerage and on demand provide the Manager
                  with a copy of such list;

         (e)      register with the Manager and subject to the Manager’s approval, a
                  colour or combination of colours as his identification colours for Taxis
                  affiliated with his Brokerage;

         (f)      ensure that every Taxi affiliated with that Brokerage has, at all times,
                  the name, trade name or trademark of the Brokerage displayed on
                  such Taxi in a form and manner approved by Manager;

         (g)      maintain twenty-four hour dispatch services to the general public for
                  Taxis;

         (h)      keep and safeguard all lost and found items turned in for a period of
                  ninety days unless the item is claimed and maintain a complete record
                  of all such items and their disposition and supply the list to the
                  Manager on demand;

         (i)      provide all Drivers affiliated with the Brokerage training in regards to
                  the use of the Taximeter, radio dispatch system and other equipment
                  used in livery services and in the case of Accessible Vehicles
                  training in the use of the specialized equipment used as specified by
                  the Manager;

         (j)      immediately upon receiving a request for a Taxi advise the passenger
                  if the Brokerage is unable to provide the services at or for the time
                  required;

         (k)      in all but exceptional circumstances, provide to the passenger the
                  services requested, at the location and within the time specified by the
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         (l)      provide the passenger with the same Livery Vehicle that it agreed to
                  provide; and

         (m)      file with the Manager at the time of renewal of his Brokerage Licence
                  or on request, a schedule of all fees charged to Drivers.

139.     A Taxi Brokerage may charge a reasonable amount for services provided to
         a Driver, T.P.L. or L.P.L. holder as the case may be and must provide
         detailed receipts to the Driver, T.P.L. or L.P.L. holder for all monies received
         from a Driver, T.P.L. or L.P.L. holder.

140.     For all Livery Vehicles affiliated with a Brokerage, a Brokerage shall keep
         the following records and retain them for two (2) years and make them
         available on demand to the Manager:

         (a)      dispatch records which include:

                  (i)      the Driver’s T.D.L. or L.D.L. number;

                  (ii)     time and date of trip request;

                  (iii)    Taxi number; and

                  (iv)     address to which the Livery Vehicle was dispatched;

         (b)      a record of any Livery Vehicle affiliated with a Brokerage that has
                  been in an accident;

         (c)      contracts related to the supply of livery services;

         (d)      the agreement evidencing each Limousine trip; and

         (e)      proof that each Livery Vehicle he dispatches is insured.

 141.
         (1)      The holder of an L.P.L. shall supply the Brokerage with which the
                  Limousine is affiliated, a list of all Drivers who operate that
                  Limousine.

         (2)      Every L.P.L. holder shall inform the Brokerage with which the
                  Limousine is affiliated, of all persons who

                  (a)      commence as an operator of the Limousine vehicle; and

                  (b)      cease to drive the Limousine vehicle.

142.     The holder of an L.P.L. shall keep and maintain for at least two years after
         entry a record on a form approved by the Manager showing:

                  (a)      the time and date when every passenger is picked up,

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                  (b)      the location at which every passenger is picked up,

                  (c)      the destination at which every passenger is discharged;

                  (d)      the Limousine Driver's L.D.L. number, the Limousine and its
                           Plate number engaged to transport each passenger;

                  (e)      the fee or fare charged for the service; and

                  (f)      the amount paid for the service.

 143.
         (1)      A Brokerage shall keep a list of all complaints it receives which list
                  shall include

                  (a)      the name, address and phone number of the complainant;

                  (b)      the nature of the complaint and the T.D.L. or L.D.L. number of
                           the driver of the Livery Vehicle; and

                  (c)      the Brokerage's response to the complaint.

         (2)      The Brokerage shall give the list noted in this section to the Manager
                  on demand.

         (3)      The Brokerage shall advise each complainant that contacts them of
                  the phone number and address of Livery Transport Services.

         (4)      The Brokerage shall notify the Manager immediately if the Calgary
                  Police Services are involved in a complaint.


PART 6            ENHANCED LIVERY VEHICLE INSPECTIONS

144.
         (1)      Every Taxi, Sedan-Limousine, and Specialized Limousine shall be
                  inspected at least once every six months by a Certified Mechanic at
                  a Livery Inspection Station.

         (2)      Every Stretch-Limousine shall be inspected at least once every twelve
                  months by a Certified Mechanic at a Livery Inspection Station.

145.
         (1)      If a Certified Mechanic is satisfied that a Livery Vehicle complies
                  with E.L.V.I.S. he may Issue an Inspection Certificate.

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146.     An Inspection Certificate expires automatically on the date of expiry shown
         on the Inspection Certificate.

147.     No person shall Operate a Livery Vehicle without a valid and subsisting
         Inspection Certificate.

148.     No person shall allow a Livery Vehicle to be Operated without a valid and
         subsisting Inspection Certificate.

149.     A T.P.L. and an L.P.L. holder shall ensure that the Livery Vehicle his T.P.L.
         or L.P.L. is joined to has a valid and subsisting Inspection Certificate.

150.     No Person shall Operate a Livery Vehicle unless the canary coloured copy
         of the Inspection Certificate is in the Livery Vehicle.

151.     A T.P.L. or L.P.L. holder shall, immediately upon having an Inspection
         Certificate Issued for his Livery Vehicle deliver:

         (a)      to the Manager, the white copy of the Inspection Certificate; and

         (b)      to the Brokerage to which the Livery Vehicle is affiliated, the pink
                  copy of the Inspection Certificate.

152.     The goldenrod copy of the Inspection Certificate shall be retained by the
         Certified Mechanic at the Livery Inspection Station of origin.

153.     When a T.P.L. or L.P.L. holder requests that his T.P.L. or L.P.L. be joined to
         another Motor Vehicle, the Manager shall not Issue a Livery Vehicle
         Registration Certificate for the new Livery Vehicle unless that Livery
         Vehicle has a valid and subsisting Inspection Certificate which is dated no
         more than fourteen days previous to the date of the request for the Livery
         Vehicle Registration Certificate.

154.     To be an approved Livery Inspection Station, the station must:

         (a)      display its Livery Inspection Station Certificate in a conspicuous
                  location on the premises at which the Licensee conducts the Livery
                  Vehicle inspections;

         (b)      renew its Livery Inspection Station Certificate prior to its expiry
                  date;

         (c)      ensure that each person conducting Livery Inspections is a Certified
                  Mechanic;

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         (e)      upon demand of the Manager, produce such documentation as
                  requested in relation to the inventory of Inspection Certificate forms;

         (f)      upon demand of the Manager, make available, at no charge, his or
                  her facility to conduct a Livery Vehicle mechanical inspection;

         (g)      during normal business hours, permit the Manager to inspect
                  vehicles, facilities, equipment, books, accounts and other records
                  pertaining to Livery Vehicle inspections; and

         (h)      upon the demand of the Manager, provide all information related to
                  the inspection or repair of a Livery Vehicle.

155.     A Certified Mechanic must conduct inspections in a manner as prescribed
         under Schedule “C” and must:

         (a)      fill out all portions of the Inspection Certificate form;

         (b)      verify that the vehicle identification number on the provincial
                  registration certificate matches the vehicle identification number on
                  the vehicle;

         (c)      give the white, canary and pink copies of the Inspection Certificate
                  to the T.P.L. or L.P.L. holder of the Livery Vehicle;

         (d)      keep the goldenrod copy of the Inspection Certificate at the Livery
                  Inspection Station;

         (e)      upon a failed inspection, immediately notify the Manager by telephone
                  and forward the white copy of the Livery Vehicle Inspection
                  Certificate to the Manager;

         (f)      upon an inspection not being completed within five days of its
                  commencement, immediately notify the Manager by telephone and
                  forward the white incomplete copy of the Inspection Certificate to the
                  Manager;

         (g)      where the Livery Vehicle leaves the Inspection Station and the
                  Livery Vehicle requires, pursuant to E.L.V.I.S., immediate repairs or
                  repair within twenty-four hours, immediately notify the Manager by
                  telephone of the defects.

156.     If the Manager has reasonable grounds to believe that a Certified Mechanic
         has improperly Issued an Inspection Certificate the Manager may refuse to
         accept Livery Vehicle Inspection Certificates signed by that mechanic and
         may advise the Livery Vehicle industry that she will not accept such
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157.     No person shall inspect a Livery Vehicle or complete, in whole or part, an
         Inspection Certificate unless such person is a Certified Mechanic.

158.     The Manager may order the Owner or representative of the Owner of a
         Livery Vehicle which fails any Livery Vehicle inspection to return to the
         same Livery Inspection Station where the defects were discovered and if
         the Certified Mechanic is of the opinion, after a further inspection, that the
         Livery Vehicle complies with, E.L.V.I.S., the Certified Mechanic shall Issue
         a Livery Vehicle Inspection Certificate.


PART 7            RATES AND FEES

159.     Fees, rates, fares, tariffs and charges for the hire of Livery Vehicles shall be
         in accordance with Schedule "A".

160.     Fees and charges for the processing of applications, renewals,
         reinstatements and Livery Transport Services administration shall be in
         accordance with Schedule "B".

 161.
         (1)      Notwithstanding any other provision of the Bylaw, the Manager shall
                  not:

                  (a)      Issue, replace, renew or reinstate a Licence, Certificate or
                           any other Livery document;

                  (b)      provide any service for which a fee has been specified under
                           Schedule “B”;

                  (c)      substitute or exempt a Livery Vehicle;

                  (d)      transfer a T.P.L.; or

                  (e)      accept an application for a Livery Licence or other Livery
                           document

                  unless the fees set out in Schedule “B” with respect to the service or
                  Livery document have been paid in full.

         (2)      No Licence or other fee or portion thereof shall be refunded or
                  prorated except as set out in Schedule “B”.


PART 8            ENFORCEMENT


Division 1        Inspections

 162.

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         (1)      An LTS Inspector may, at any time he finds a Livery Vehicle
                  Operating, inspect the Livery Vehicle.

         (2)      A Driver who leaves prior to an LTS Inspector completing an
                  inspection commits an offence.

         (3)      The Manager or LTS Inspector may require a Brokerage, Owner,
                  Driver or any of them to deliver a vehicle to the Livery Transport
                  Services office, a specific Livery Inspection Station, or other
                  specified place to undergo an inspection.

         (4)      Where the Manager or LTS Inspector gives notice in writing to a
                  Brokerage, Owner, or Driver of a vehicle that the vehicle is required
                  at the Livery Transport Services office, a Livery Inspection Station
                  or other specified place for an inspection, that person shall ensure that
                  the vehicle is at the specified place and at the specified time.

         (5)      It is an offence under this Bylaw to interfere with an LTS Inspector or
                  Certified Mechanic while he is inspecting a vehicle.


Division 2        Production of Documents

 163.
         (1)      The Manager or an LTS Inspector may attend any premises where
                  livery operations are carried out to inspect those premises to ensure
                  that this Bylaw and any other laws relevant to livery operations are
                  being complied with.

         (2)      When inspecting a premises where livery operations are carried out,
                  the Manager or LTS Inspector may remove documents from the
                  premises for the purposes of making copies of the documents.

         (3)      Where the Manager or LTS Inspector has removed documents from
                  a premises where livery operations are carried out, they must make
                  best efforts to return the original documents within a reasonable time.
                  In no case shall the Manager or LTS Inspector keep the documents
                  longer than five business days.

         (4)      Where the Manager or LTS Inspector has made copies of
                  documents, she must compare the original with the copy, and if the
                  two are the same, she shall initial and date each page of the copies.
                  Any document initialed and dated in accordance with this section shall
                  be admissible at a hearing or court proceeding on the same basis as
                  the original document would be.

         (5)      The Manager or LTS Inspector may request any person, including
                  police officers, bylaw enforcement officers, safety codes officers,
                  mechanics and accountants, to attend at a premises where livery

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                  operations are being carried out and assist in the inspection of those
                  premises. So long as a person assisting in an inspection is acting
                  under the direction of an LTS Inspector that person has the same
                  powers of inspection as an LTS Inspector.

         (6)      It is an offence under this Bylaw to interfere with the Manager or an
                  LTS Inspector during the inspection of a premises where livery
                  operations are taking place.

164.     Where this Bylaw requires any document to be in the possession of a Driver
         or in a Livery Vehicle, the Driver of a Livery Vehicle must produce that
         document to a Peace Officer immediately upon that Peace Officer's
         demand.


Division 3        LTS Inspector's Order

 165.
         (1)      Where an LTS Inspector believes a person has failed to comply with
                  this Bylaw, the LTS Inspector may issue an Order to that person
                  directing that person to remedy the non-compliance.

         (2)      Where an LTS Inspector believes a Livery Vehicle does not meet
                  the standards set out in this Bylaw, the LTS Inspector may issue an
                  Order to any Person to remedy the deficiency.

         (3)      Where an LTS Inspector issues an Order pursuant to either section
                  165(1) or (2) he may also:

                  (a)      suspend and take possession of any Licence held by the
                           Person to whom the Order is issued until the Order is complied
                           with; and

                  (b)      suspend and take possession of the Plate to which a Livery
                           Vehicle is joined until the Order is complied with.

         (4)      Where an LTS Inspector believes a corporation is responsible for the
                  non-compliance, the LTS Inspector may issue his Order to a director
                  of the corporation.

         (5)      Service of an LTS Inspector's Order is effected when it is given to the
                  Person to whom it is directed.

         (6)      Every Person who fails to comply with an LTS Inspector's Order
                  commits an offence.

         (7)      Every Person who:

                  (a)      interferes with the issuance of an LTS Inspector's Order;

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                  (b)      refuses to accept an LTS Inspector's Order directed to him; or

                  (c)      interferes with any Person's efforts to comply with an LTS
                           Inspector's Order

                  commits an offence.

         (8)      Nothing in this section limits any Peace Officer's powers to charge a
                  person with an offence.


Division 4        Suspensions, Revocations and Appeals

 166.
         (1)      Any person who has been issued an LTS Inspector's Order may
                  appeal that Order to the Manager.

         (2)      The appeal in section 166(1) must:

                  (a)      be made in writing;

                  (b)      attach a copy of the Order appealed from;

                  (c)      be delivered to a Livery Transport Services office within three
                           business days of the date the Order was made;

                  (d)      state why the person appealing the Order believes the Order
                           should not have been issued to him; and

                  (e)      include a day time phone number of the person making the
                           appeal.

         (3)      When considering an appeal of the LTS Inspector's Order, the
                  Manager may:

                  (a)      call a hearing to consider evidence from both the LTS
                           Inspector and the appellant and any other person the
                           Manager believes may have relevant information;

                  (b)      make inquires into the matter without calling a hearing, or

                  (c)      determine the matter based solely on the written appeal.

         (4)      An appeal of an LTS Inspector's Order to the Manager does not in
                  any way act as a stay of the Order. The Order must be complied with
                  unless and until it has been superceded by the Manager's decision.

         (5)      If the Manager believes the LTS Inspector's Order was not
                  warranted or the terms of the Order were not reasonable, she may:


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                  (a)      revoke the Order;

                  (b)      change the terms of the Order;

                  (c)      extend the time for compliance with the Order; and

                  (d)      waive or reduce any reinstatement fees that arose as a result
                           of the Order.

         (6)      The Manager may make her decision on an appeal of an LTS
                  Inspector's Order orally by telephoning the appellant at the number
                  provided to her in accordance with section 166(2)(e).

         (7)      The Manager must make her decision on an appeal of an LTS
                  Inspector's Order within two business days of receiving the
                  completed appeal, or if she holds a hearing within two business days
                  of the hearing.

         (8)      When determining an appeal of an LTS Inspector's Order, the
                  Manager relies on her expertise in understanding the roles and
                  functions of the LTS Inspectors, this Bylaw and the Livery industry.
                  The Manager's decision is final and is not subject to further review by
                  the Licence Appeal Board or a Court.

 167.
         (1)      The Manager may refuse to Issue a Licence or suspend or revoke
                  any Licence granted pursuant to this Bylaw.

         (2)      The Manager may hold a hearing to determine whether a Licence
                  should be Issued, suspended or revoked and may:

                  (a)      determine the process and procedures for any hearing;

                  (b)      hear evidence in accordance with procedures set by her;

                  (c)      make inquires and gather evidence as she sees fit as part of
                           the hearing;

                  (d)      receive evidence of past convictions, LTS Inspector's Orders,
                           warnings, complaints or similar evidence of prior behaviour of a
                           person;

                  (e)      determine the weight she will give to any evidence before her;

                  (f)      request any person to attend at a hearing and to provide that
                           request to any person, and draw adverse inferences from any
                           person's failure to attend;

                  (g)      cause a record of the hearing to be made without being obliged
                           to provide that record to any person;
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                  (h)      may seek the advice of counsel, mechanics, other regulatory
                           bodies, or any person with a particular expertise; and

                  (i)      direct that all shareholders of a corporate appellant obtain the
                           written recommendation of the Chief of Police.

168.     The Manager may revoke or suspend a Licence without a hearing if:

                  (a)      she has reason to believe the Licensee has failed to comply
                           with this or any other bylaw or statute, regardless of whether
                           the Licensee has been convicted of an offence;

                  (b)      she has reason to believe any certificate, authority, licence,
                           condition, approval or any other document or qualification
                           under any bylaw or statute on which the issuance of the
                           Licence was based has been suspended, cancelled, revoked
                           or not complied with;

                  (c)      she has reason to believe not revoking or suspending the
                           Licence would pose a danger to the safety, health or welfare
                           of the public or not be in the interests of the livery industry; or

                  (d)      she has called a hearing but the Licensee failed to attend at
                           the time and place where the hearing was set.

 169.
         (1)      Any Person who has been refused a Licence and any Licensee
                  whose Licence has been suspended or revoked by the Manager
                  without a hearing may request a hearing of the Manager to reconsider
                  her decision.

         (2)      A request for the Manager to reconsider the refusal to Issue a
                  Licence or a suspension or revocation must be made in writing to the
                  Manager within thirty days of the Manager's decision to suspend or
                  revoke the Licence.

         (3)      If the Manager decides to hold a hearing to reconsider her decision,
                  she may stay the suspension or revocation pending the outcome of
                  that hearing.

         (4)      At a hearing to reconsider the refusal to Issue a Licence or a
                  suspension or revocation of a Licence, the Manager has all the
                  discretion respecting a hearing granted to her in section 167(2).

         (5)      The Manager's decision to suspend or revoke a Licence without a
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                  (a)      the Licensee sought the Manager's reconsideration and the
                           Manager refused to hold a hearing to reconsider her decision;
                           or

                  (b)      the Manager did hold a hearing to reconsider her decision but
                           the Manager did not change her decision to suspend or revoke
                           the Licence.

170.     At a hearing, instead of suspending or revoking a Licence, the Manager may
         allow the License to continue with conditions respecting the operation of the
         livery business to which the Licence applies.

171.     Within ten days of the conclusion of a hearing before her, the Manager shall
         notify the Applicant or Licensee of her decision including:

         (a)      whether the Licence has been granted, refused, suspended or
                  revoked;

         (b)      if suspended, the length of time of the suspension;

         (c)      if refused, suspended or revoked, the period of time during which the
                  Applicant or Licensee may not reapply;

         (d)      the right of appeal if any;

         (e)      terms or conditions imposed; and

         (f)      whether the suspension or revocation is stayed pending appeal.

172.
         (1)      A Licensee may appeal the Manager's refusal to Issue a Licence,
                  suspension or revocation of a Licence or the imposition of a condition
                  on a Licence to the Licence Appeal Board in accordance with the
                  Licence Appeal Board Bylaw.

         (2)      If a Licensee has given notice of an intention to appeal the
                  Manager's decision to the Licence Appeal Board, the Manager may
                  stay the revocation, suspension or imposition of a condition pending
                  the appeal if the continued livery operations do not create a danger to
                  the safety, health or welfare of the public.

         (3)      The Manager may lift a stay of a suspension, revocation or imposition
                  of a condition if, in the Manager's opinion, the appellant is not
                  diligently pursuing the appeal to the Licence Appeal Board.

173.     A Person's obligations under this Bylaw to renew a Licence or obtain a
         Certificate are not waived or stayed as a result of a suspension or
         revocation of a Licence or Certificate.


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Division 5        Offences and Prosecutions

174.     Any Person who contravenes any provision of this Bylaw by doing any act or
         thing which the Person is prohibited from doing or failing to do any act or
         thing the Person is required to do is guilty of an offence.

 175.
         (1)      A Person who is convicted of an offence under this Bylaw is liable on
                  summary conviction to a fine not exceeding ten thousand dollars or to
                  imprisonment for a period not exceeding one year, or to both a fine
                  and imprisonment.

         (2)      A Person who has been convicted of an offence and who fails to pay
                  any fine imposed by a court may be liable to a period of imprisonment
                  pursuant to the provisions of Provincial Offences Procedures Act.

176.     A Person shall not make a false statement in a document, application,
         statement, declaration or report made under or required by this Bylaw.

177.     A Person shall not

         (a)      make false, misleading or deceptive statements in any

                  (i)      advertisement,

                  (ii)     telephone directory listing,

                  (iii)    circular,

                  (iv)     electronic media,

                  (v)      pamphlet, or

                  (vi)     similar material via any medium,

                  with respect to the provision of livery services or the carrying on of
                  livery services;

         (b)      advertise livery services which have not been approved by the
                  Manager; or

         (c)      advertise in such a manner as to imply that he will provide livery
                  services that he is not Licensed to provide.

 178.
         (1)      Where a Peace Officer believes that a person has contravened any
                  provision of this Bylaw, the Peace Officer may issue a violation ticket
                  in accordance with the Provincial Offences Procedures Act or lay an
                  information.


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         (2)      The violation ticket may provide for the payment of a voluntary
                  payment in the amount of the specified penalty for the offence set out
                  in Schedule "D".

         (3)      The violation ticket may require the defendant to appear before a
                  Justice on the initial appearance date without the alternative of making
                  a voluntary payment.

         (4)      Where there is a specified penalty listed for an offence in Schedule
                  "D" to this Bylaw, that amount is the specified penalty for the offence.

         (5)      Where there is a minimum penalty listed for an offence in Schedule
                  "D" to this Bylaw, that amount is the minimum penalty for the offence.

         (6)      Notwithstanding specified and minimum penalties set out in Schedule
                  "D" to this Bylaw:

                  (a)      if a person is convicted twice of the same provision of this
                           Bylaw within a 24 month period, the minimum penalty for the
                           second conviction shall be the amount of the specified penalty
                           for a first offence; and

                  (b)      if a person is convicted three or more times of the same
                           provision of this Bylaw within a 24 month period, the minimum
                           penalty for the third and subsequent convictions shall be twice
                           the amount of the specified penalty for a first offence.

 179.
         (1)      The levying and payment of any fine or the imprisonment for any
                  period shall not relieve a person from the necessity of paying any
                  fees, charges or costs for which that person is liable under the
                  provisions of this Bylaw or any other bylaw.

         (2)      The levying and payment of any fine or the imprisonment for any
                  period shall not relieve a person from the obligation to comply with an
                  LTS Inspector's Order or direction of the Manager.

180.     Where Livery Transport Services keeps computerized records of
         Certificates, Licences, approvals or similar documents, print outs of those
         documents are admissible into evidence as business records of the Livery
         Transport Services and are prima facie evidence of the information contained
         within the records.

181.     Any notice issued or required under this Bylaw is sufficiently served on a
         Person if it is

         (a)      served personally; or




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         (b)      mailed by single registered mail to the most recent address that the
                  Person provided to the Manager as shown in the records of the
                  Manager and service shall be deemed to be served on the fifth
                  business day after mailing.


PART 9            TRANSITIONAL

182.     This Bylaw comes into force on the date it is passed.

183.     For the purposes of section 39(f), each Taxi shall be equipped with a
         Taximeter no later than one year from the date this Bylaw comes into force.

184.     For the purposes of section 39(c), the Manager when renewing T.P.L.s for
         the period of May 01, 2006 to April 30, 2007 shall not approve a Taxi which
         is greater than nine model years old.

185.     For the purposes of section 44, the Manager when renewing L.P.L.s for
         Stretch-Limousines for the period of October 01, 2006 to September 30,
         2007 shall not approve a Stretch-Limousine which is greater than ten model
         years old.

186.     For the purposes of section 45, the Manager when renewing L.P.L.s for
         Sedan-Limousines for the period of October 01, 2006 to September 30, 2007
         shall not approve a Sedan-Limousine which is greater than six (6) model
         years old and for subsequent renewals of L.P.L.s for Sedan-Limousines
         section 45 shall apply.

187.     For the purposes of sections 98, 99 and 100, the Manager shall first apply
         the requirement of a T.P.L. holder driving a Taxi for 1,500 hours in the year
         prior to the T.P.L. renewal at the April 30th, 2007 renewal of T.P.L.s.

188.     All existing Limousine Brokerage licence shall continue to be valid after
         their normal expiration date of September 30, 2005 until December 31, 2005
         and shall thereafter be revoked unless renewed. Thereafter renewal
         applications shall be submitted prior to December 15 of each year.

189.     A Person who, at the time that this Bylaw comes into force, holds a Licence
         to drive a Sedan-Limousine may continue to drive Sedan-Limousines until the
         date of renewal of that Licence. Thereafter, the said Licence will be
         revoked and the person will have to apply for an L.D.L. with endorsement.

190.      A Person who is not a Driver or Brokerage shall, within one year of the
         date of the third reading of this Bylaw, transfer any T.P.L.s they hold to an
         Eligible Transferee or surrender, without payment, all rights and interest
         they may have in such T.P.L.s to the Manager.

191.     A Driver who holds more than one T.P.L. shall, within one year of the date
         this Bylaw comes into force, transfer every T.P.L. except one to an Eligible

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         Transferee or surrender, without payment, all rights and interest they may
         have in such T.P.L. to the Manager.

192.     The Manager and the Board shall review this Bylaw and submit a report to
         Council no later than two years from the date this Bylaw comes into force.
         The said report shall include any amendments they recommend.

193.     Section 99 shall be of no force or effect on the next day after the one year
         anniversary of the date this Bylaw comes into force.

194.     Upon the coming into force of this Bylaw, City of Calgary Bylaw 91/77, 3M94
         and Regulations 1/78, 1/94, 1/99 and 1/2000 and all amendments thereto are
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                                 SCHEDULE "A" – RATES

PART 1 – TAXI RATES

1. A Taxi shall measure the fare charged to the passenger on the basis of:
   (1) distance travelled;
   (2) the amount of time for which the vehicle is hired; or
   (3) a combination of distance travelled and the amount of time for which the vehicle is
       hired.

2. Subject to sections 7 and 8 of this schedule, the Driver of a Taxi shall collect the fares,
   charges, and taxes pursuant to:
   (1) section 3 or section 4; and
   (2) section 5.

3. The meter rate fares to be charged for the hire of a Taxi shall be as follows:

    (a)
          (i) where the trip originates at the main passenger building of the Calgary
              International Airport $5.00 for the first 150 meters or any portion thereof, which
              amount includes an airport departure fee of Two Dollars ($2.00), or

          (ii) where the trip originates at a location other than the main passenger building of
               the Calgary International Airport $3.00 for the first 150 meters or any portion
               thereof, and

    (b)
          (i) $0.20 for each additional 150 meters or any portion thereof,

          (ii) $24.00 per hour for waiting time or elapsed time calculated at $0.20 per 30
               seconds or any portion thereof;

    (c) Where a rate pursuant to section 3(a)(i) of this schedule is charged the driver shall
        advise the customer at the time the service is requested that the rate includes a
        $2.00 airport departure fee and the charge shall be displayed on the taximeter;

4. Flat rate fares may be charged by a taxi where:

    (a) the passenger is a registered hotel guest or airline crew requesting service between
        the Calgary International Airport and a listed hotel in Table 1 of this schedule for the
        fare set out in Table 1 of this schedule or,

    (b) at the commencement of service the passenger requests service between approved
        locations listed in Table 2 of this schedule for the fare set out in Table 2 of this
        schedule.

    (c) The onus for establishing that any flat rate being charged is within this provision
        rests upon the person charging the flat rate fare.

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6. In the event a taxi is hired on a shared-ride basis by two or more passengers who
specify       to the driver different destinations, the following provisions shall apply:

     (a) upon the driver being made aware of multiple destinations by shared-ride
         passengers the driver shall to inquire how the passengers agree to pay for the fare.

     (b) in the event that the passengers agree amongst themselves to the terms of the
         shared ride then the taximeter shall run without interruption until the last passenger
         is discharged at the final destination, at which time the last passenger shall be
         responsible for the full fare, and the hiring passengers shall be responsible for
         sharing such expense as they see fit.

     (c) in the event that the passengers do not agree amongst themselves as to the terms
         of the shared ride, then the taximeter shall be dropped (reflagged) at each individual
         destination and the discharging passenger(s) shall be responsible for the amount
         shown on the taximeter at his or her respective destination only, and not for the total
         charge of the aggregate journey.

7.
     (a) A driver may offer or grant to a person who is or appears to be either disabled or 65
         years or older, a discount not to exceed 20% of the fare that is to be charged for the
         hire of a taxi, calculated to the nearest $0.05.

     (b) Subject to section 7, no discount shall be offered or accepted by any person for
         using a taxi.

     (c) A person granting a discount, pursuant to section 7 of this bylaw, shall be
         responsible for establishing that a discount on fare was granted and charged in
         accordance with this section.

8. A driver may accept gratuities.

9. Subject to section 8 of this schedule, no licensee shall agree to accept a greater or
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 TABLE 1 - FLAT RATE FARES FOR REGISTERED HOTEL GUESTS AND AIRLINE CREWS
                                                                             Proposed Proposed
                   Hotel                             Address         Current   From      To
                                                                              Airport  Airport
 Blackfoot Inn                            5940 Blackfoot Trail SE     $27.90    $32.60  $30.60
 Carriage House Motor Inn                 9030 Macleod Trail SE       $33.30    $38.40  $36.40
 Radisson Hotel Calgary Airport (formerly 2120 - 16th Avenue NE       $14.50    $18.20  $16.20
 Crossroads)
 Inn on Crowchild (formerly Ramada)       5353 Crowchild Dr. NW       $27.90    $32.60  $30.60
 Elbow River Inn                          1919 McLeod Trail SE        $25.10    $29.60  $27.60
 Glenmore Inn & Convention Centre         2720 Glenmore Trail SE      $29.70    $34.60  $32.60
 Hanger 77                                East Hanger Area            $10.30    $13.60  $11.60
 Holiday Inn Calgary MacLeod Trail        4206 Macleod Trail South    $27.10    $31.80  $29.80
 Holiday Inn (Calgary Airport)            1250 McKinnon Drive NE      $15.30    $19.00  $17.00
 Best Western Hospitality Inn             135 Southland Drive SE      $34.70    $40.00  $38.00
 Coast Plaza Hotel & Conference Centre 1316 33 Street NE              $18.30    $22.20  $20.20
 Motel Village                            Banff Trail NW              $25.70    $30.20  $28.20
 Best Western (Port O'Call Inn)           1935 McKnight Boulevard NE  $10.50    $13.80  $11.80
 Quality Inn (Airport)                    4804 Edmonton Trail NE      $14.90    $18.60  $16.60
 Sheraton Cavalier                        2620 32 Avenue NE           $12.30    $15.80  $13.80
 Travel Lodge Hotel (Airport)             2750 Sunridge Boulevard NE  $13.10    $16.60  $14.60
 Best Western Suites (Downtown)           1330 8 Street SW            $26.90    $31.60  $29.60
 Super 8 Motel (Airport)                  3030 Barlow Trail NE        $12.90    $16.40  $14.40
 Comfort Inn & Suites (Airport)           3111 26 Street NE           $12.70    $16.20  $14.20
 Greenwood Inn (NE)                       3515 26 Street NE           $12.10    $15.60  $13.60
 Sheraton Four Points                     8220 Bowridge Crescent NW   $34.70    $40.00  $38.00
 Marriott Residence Inn Calgary Airport   2622 39 Avenue NE           $11.30    $14.80  $12.80
 Wingate Inn                              400 Midpark Way SE          $45.30    $51.40  $49.40
 All Downtown Hotels (Bordered on the                                 $24.70    $29.20  $27.20
 North by Bow River; on the South by the
 CPR track; on the East by 4th St SE; and
 on the West by 11th Street SW)

 TABLE 2 - OTHER APPROVED FLAT RATE FARES
               Between                       And                 Current   Proposed
 Alberta Children's Hospital The Peter Lougheed Centre of the     $22.30      $24.60
 (1820 Richmond Road SW)     Calgary General Hospital
                             (3500 26 Ave NE)
 Motel Village               The Greyhound Bus Depot               $8.30      $9.40
 (Banff Trail NW)            (877 Greyhound Way SW)
 Foothills Hospital          Woods Christian Home                  $5.30      $6.20
 (1403 29 St NW)
                             The Peter Lougheed Centre of the     $20.70     $22.80
                             Calgary General Hospital
                             (3500 26 Ave NE)
                             Colonel Belcher Hospital             $11.70     $13.20
                             Rockview Hospital                    $16.50     $18.40
                             Calgary International Airport        $27.30     $30.00
 Colonel Belcher Hospital    Rockview Hospital                    $13.30     $14.80
 (1213 4th Street SW)
                             Foothills Hospital                   $11.70     $13.20
                             Calgary International Airport        $25.50     $28.00
 Rockview Hospital           Foothills Hospital                   $16.50     $18.40
 (7007 14 St SW)
                             Calgary International Airport        $35.30     $38.60


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PART 2 – LIMOUSINE RATES

10.
      (1) The minimum fare to be charged for any trip provided by a Limousine is $70.00 per
          hour or any portion of an hour regardless of,
          (a) the length of trip,
          (b) the number of passengers taking the trip, or
          (c) the time taken to complete the trip.

      (2) For the purposes of subsection (1) the following provisions apply,
          (a) minimum Limousine fares shall not be calculated on a per minute basis and
              every portion of an hour shall be rounded up to the full hour regardless of the
              actual length of the trip, and
          (b) a trip is completed when the Limousine delivers passengers to the destination.
              If the Limousine returns to that destination to pick up those passengers, it will
              have commenced a second trip.

11. A Sedan-Limousine with a maximum seating capacity of six persons may charge the
    zone-based fares set out in Table 3 for trips to or from the main passenger terminal
    building at the Calgary International Airport.

12. When charging a zone-based fare according to section 11 the following provisions
apply:
    (1) a Sedan-Limousine may be hired on demand by a passenger for a trip originating at
        the main passenger terminal building at the Calgary Internal Airport;
    (2) upon enactment of this Bylaw, Fare A in column 3 of Table 3 shall be the applicable
        zone-based fare charged;
    (3) the following amounts shall be levied in addition to the zone-based fare set out in
        Table 3:
        (a) $2.50 for every trip originating at the main passenger terminal building at the
            Calgary International Airport.
        (b) $5.00 for each ten minutes or portion thereof of time stopped, where a
            passenger requests one or more stops enroute to the ultimate trip destination.
        (c) $10.00 for each additional passenger drop off, where a passenger requests that
            one or more passenger be dropped off in a single zone prior to drop off of the
            passenger at the ultimate trip destination.
        (d) 150% of the fare for the highest zone fare driven to or from, as the case may be,
            where a passenger requests that one or more passengers be dropped off in
            more than one zone prior to drop off of the last passenger at the ultimate trip
            destination.

13. No Limousine Driver or Brokerage shall offer any form of fare discount for the hire of a
    Limousine so as to reduce the fare below the minimum hourly rate set out in section
    10.

14. No Limousine Driver or any other Person shall levy an additional charge for the
    carriage of or assistance with personal property, including baggage, parcels, or
    equipment, accompanying the passenger.

15. Prior to providing service to a customer, a Limousine Brokerage shall inform a
    customer of:
    (1) The type of vehicle which will be provided, and
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TABLE 3 –         ZONE BASED FARES FOR SEDAN LIMOUSINES
                  travelling to/from Calgary International Airport

                                                                             Sedan Rate
Zone 1 SW                          Communities
                                                                       To Airport     From Airport
     100                               Downtown                         $37.50            $40.00
     101                      Victoria Park and Ramsay                  $38.00            $40.50
     102                              Connaught                         $39.25            $41.75
                     Mount Royal, Cliff Bungalow, South Calgary,
     103                                                                $44.75            $47.25
                   Bankview, Erlton, Roxboro, Rideau Park, Mission
     104                          Sunalta, Scarboro                     $40.75      $43.25
     105           Altadore, Elbow Park, Parkhill, Britannia, Elboya    $46.75      $49.25
     106                               Richmond                         $47.75      $50.25
     107                Spuce Cliff, Shagannapi, Sunalta West           $47.00      $49.50
     108                               Wildwood                         $49.00      $51.50
     109                        Westgate, Rosscarrock                   $50.25      $52.75
     110                         Glendale, Glenbrook                    $51.50      $54.00
     111                         Killarney, Glengarry                   $49.25      $51.75
     112                Glamorgan, Rutland Park, CFB Currie             $51.75      $54.25
     113               Lincoln Park, Lakeview, North Glenmore           $55.00      $57.50
     114          Windsor Park, Bel Aire, Mayfair, Meadowlark Park      $48.75      $51.25
     115          Kingsland, Kelvin Grove, Chinook Park, Eagleridge     $49.50      $52.00
     116                               Haysboro                         $51.00      $53.50
     117                      Bayview, Palliser, Pumphill               $59.50      $62.00
     118                               Oakridge                         $60.75      $63.25
     119                        Cedarbrae, Woodbine                     $62.50      $65.00
     120                        Braeside, Woodlands                     $61.00      $63.50
     121                    Southwood, Canyon Meadows                   $56.50      $59.00
     122                Shawnee Slopes, Millrise, Shawnessy             $65.25      $67.75
     123                               Evergreen                        $67.75      $70.25
     124                        Bridlewood, Somerset                    $69.00      $71.50
     125                               Signal Hill                      $55.50      $58.00
     126                    Christie Park, Strathcona Park              $56.50      $59.00
     127                         Patterson, Coachhill                   $56.00      $58.50
     128                     Cougar Ridge, West Springs                 $57.75      $60.25
     129                             Aspen Woods                        $59.00      $61.50
     130                   Springbank Hill, Discovery Ridge             $58.75      $61.25
                                                                             Sedan Rate
Zone 2 SE                          Communities                         To Airport     From Airport
     200                        Manchester Industrial                   $39.25            $41.75
                    Alyth, Bonnybrook, Highfield, Burns Industrial,
     201                                                                $37.00            $39.50
                                      Inglewood
                   Fairview, East Fairview Industrial Park, Glendeer
     202                                                                $46.25            $48.75
                                    Business Park
     203          Ogden. Ogden Shops, Valleyfield, Golden Triangle      $44.00            $46.50
     204                           Dover, Southview                     $34.25            $36.75


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     205                  Albert Park, Radisson Heights                   $29.00      $31.50
     206                   Forest Heights, Forest Lawn                    $30.75      $33.25
     207         Penbrooke Meadows, Red Carpet, Applewood Park            $33.50      $36.00
     208                  Erinwoods, Eastfield Industrial                 $42.00      $44.50
     209                              Foothills                           $42.00      $44.50
     210                            Riverbend                             $47.50      $50.00
     211                               Acadia                             $48.50      $51.00
     212                   Willow Park, Lake Bonavista                    $53.75      $56.25
     213          Maple Ridge, Diamond Cove, Bonavista Downs              $50.75      $53.25
     214                    Douglasdale, Douglasglen                      $53.75      $56.25
     215                South Foothills, Shephard Industrial              $50.25      $52.75
     216                              Starfield                           $45.75      $48.25
     217                           Great Plains                           $46.50      $49.00
     218                                                                  $49.50      $52.00
     219                      East Shephard Industrial                    $57.25      $59.75
     220             Queensland, Deer Ridge, Deer Run, Parkland           $55.00      $57.50
     221                            Midnapore                             $63.25      $65.75
     222                            Sundance                              $67.25      $69.75
     223                          Mackenzie Lake                          $60.75      $63.25
     224                          Mackenzie Town                          $61.00      $63.50
     225                     New Brighton, Copperfield                    $64.50      $67.00
     226                             Cranston                             $67.75      $70.25
     227                             Chaparral                            $73.50      $76.00
                                                                               Sedan Rate
Zone 3 NE                           Communities                          To Airport     From Airport
     300                       Downtown, East Village                     $34.25            $36.75
     301                        Bridgeland, Riverside                     $32.50            $35.00
     302                               Renfrew                            $28.25            $30.75
     303           Mayland Heights, Mayland, Meridian, Franklin           $23.25            $25.75
     304                            Marlborough                           $26.50            $29.00
     305                   Marlborough Park, Abbeydale                    $28.00            $30.50
     306                    Winston Heights, Mountview                    $27.25            $29.75
     307                            Vista Heights                         $21.00            $23.50
     308                          Horizon, Sunridge                       $21.00            $23.50
     309                          Whitehorn, Rundle                       $22.50            $25.00
     310                Temple, Pineridge, Monterrey Park                 $25.25            $27.75
     311                        McCall, North Airways                     $19.00            $21.50
     312                     Greenview Industrial Park                    $24.50            $27.00
     313                      Greenview, Skyline West                     $21.50            $24.00
     314              Falconridge, Castleridge, Coral Springs             $23.50            $26.00
     315                 Martindale, Taradale, Saddleridge                $24.50            $27.00
     316                       Pegasus, McCall South                      $16.25            $18.75
     317                            McCall North                          $12.25            $15.00
     318                           Airport Terminal                       $10.50            $15.00
     319                               Freeport                           $12.50            $15.00
     320          McKnight, Skyline East, Deerfoot Business Centre        $20.25            $22.75
     321          Coventry Hills, Country Hills Village, Harvest Hills    $18.75            $21.25


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                                                                              Sedan Rate
Zone 4 NW                           Communities                         To Airport     From Airport
                     Crescent Heights, Sunnyside, Tuxedo Park,
     400                                                                 $32.00            $34.50
                                Rosedale, Mount Pleasant
     401                Hillhurst, Briarhill, Houndsfield Heights        $37.75            $40.25
                  University of Calgary, West Hillhurtsm, St. Andrews
     402                                                                 $38.00            $40.50
                                Heights, University Heights
     403                          Parkdale, Point McKay                  $43.75            $46.25
                   Highland Park, Queens Park Village, Cambrian
     404                                                                 $25.50            $28.00
                           Heights, North Haven, Highwood
                  Capital Hill, Rosemont, Collingwood, Charleswood,
     405                                                                 $32.00            $34.50
                                        Banff Trail
     406                               Montgomery                        $45.25            $47.75
     407                                 Bowness                         $47.50            $50.00
     408                                  Varsity                        $37.75            $40.25
     409                                Brentwood                        $33.75            $36.25
     410                                 Thorncliff                      $21.00            $23.50
     411                             Huntington Hills                    $21.50            $24.00
     412                           Beddington Heights                    $23.50            $26.00
     413                   Sandstone Valley, MacEwan Glen                $25.50            $28.00
     414                                Edgemont                         $31.25            $33.75
     415                                Dalhousie                        $38.50            $41.00
     416                              Silversprings                      $39.50            $42.00
     417                               Ranchlands                        $35.50            $38.00
     418                                Hawkwood                         $32.75            $35.25
     419                                Hamptons                         $30.00            $32.50
     420                              Hidden Valley                      $26.75            $29.25
     421                      Country Hills, Panorama Hills              $21.75            $24.25
     422                                  Citadel                        $34.00            $36.50
     423                               Arbour Lake                       $35.25            $37.75
     424                              Scenic Acres                       $40.75            $43.25
     425                         Greenwood, Green Briar                  $50.25            $52.75
     426                                Crestmont                        $57.75            $60.25
     427                               Valleyridge                       $53.25            $55.75
     428                                 Tuscany                         $43.75            $46.25
     429                         Royal Oak, Rocky Ridge                  $42.00            $44.50
     430                         Simons Valley, Evanston                 $31.25            $33.75




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                                   SCHEDULE "B" – FEES
(1) No refund will be granted, in whole of in part, where a Licence is surrendered, suspended or
    revoked.

(2) No refund will be granted, in whole or in part, where the applicant abandons an application.

(3) No refund will be granted, in whole or in part, where an application is refused.

(4) Annual Licence fees will not be pro rated.

(5) The Manager may waive a reinstatement fee.

PART 4 – Livery Vehicles
Division 1 – General
                1. Livery Vehicle Registration Certificate                                     $75

PART 5 – Licences
Division 1 – General
             Licence Applications
                 2. Calgary Police Service Information Check                                   $35
             Driver Licence Applications (T.D.L. and L.D.L.)
                 3. LDL Application Fee (includes 1st test and study guide)                    $31

                 4. TDL Training Fee (includes 1 rewrite)                                     $425
                 5. LDL Re-testing Fee                                                         $11
                 6. Annual TDL and LDL Licence Renewal Fee (includes Photo                     $75
                     ID Badge)
                 7. Replacement ID Badge (Lost, Damaged)                                       $20
Division 3 – T.P.L.
                 8. Annual Licence Fee                                                        $500
                 9. Replacement Plate                                                         $200
Division 4 – L.P.L.
                 10. Annual Licence Fee                                                       $400
                 11. Replacement Decal                                                         $25
Division 5 – Transfers
                 12. Transfer Application Fee                                                 $500


                 13. Transfer Fee (Approved)                                                  $250
Division 7 - Brokerage
                 14. Brokerage Licence Application Fee                                      $1000
                 15. Annual Brokerage Licence Fee                                           $1000




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PART 6 – Livery Vehicle Inspections, Livery Vehicle Inspection Certificates and Livery
Vehicle Inspection Station Licence
                16. Inspection Certificate Forms                           $1.00 per form or
                                                                           $25 per package
                17. Inspection Station Licence Application Fee                          $50
                18. Inspection Station Licence Annual Fee                              $100
                19. Mechanic Licence Application                                        $25
                20. Mechanic Licence Annual Fee                                         $50
                21. ELVIS Manual                                                        $15
                22. Administrative Reinstatement                                        $36

PART 7 – Refusal, Revocation, Suspension, Appeal
               23. Licence Reinstatement Fee                                           $100

Miscellaneous Administrative Services
               24. Photocopying                                              $0.50 per page
               25. Meter Permit Fee                                                     $50
               26. NSF Cheque Fee                                                       $25




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SCHEDULE "C" – ENHANCED LIVERY VEHICLE INSPECTION STANDARDS




                                (see following pages)




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                       SCHEDULE "D" – OFFENCE AND PENALTY



                                  Offence                                      Penalty
Section                              Description                          Minimum Specified
s.24         offer unlicensed vehicle for hire                                $800     $1500
s.25         charge a fee for unlicensed vehicle                              $800     $1500
s.26         operate an unlicensed vehicle to suggest it is for hire          $800     $1500
s.29         operate a Livery Vehicle without Livery Vehicle                  $800     $1500
             Registration Certificate
s.30         holder of T.P.L. or L.P.L. fail to ensure T.P.L. or L.P.L.       $300        $1000
             joined to vehicle with Livery Vehicle Registration
             Certificate
s.31         attach invalid Plate to a Motor Vehicle                          $300        $1000
s.32         offer accessible service without accessible endorsement          $300        $1000
s.33         remove Taximeter without giving notice                           $800        $1500
s.34         operate with unsealed Taximeter                                  $300        $1000
s.35         operate with broken seal on Taximeter                            $300        $1000
s.36         charge fare other than Taximeter                                 $300        $1000
s.37         carry a passenger without engaging Taximeter                     $300        $1000
s.51         advertise or offer Limousine for less than specified fare        $800        $1500
s.51         operate Limousine for less than specified fare                   $300        $1000
s.52         Owner fail to ensure specified fare                              $800        $1500
s.55         pick up passengers without pre-arrangement                       $800        $1500
s.56         Owner or Brokerage fail to ensure passengers are pre-            $800        $1500
             arranged
s.57         Owner or Brokerage fail to ensure written agreement              $800        $1500
s.58         L.P.L. holder fail to ensure written agreement                   $800        $1500
s.60         Operate Taxi without T.D.L.                                      $800        $1500
s.61         Operate Limousine without L.D.L.                                 $800        $1500
s.62         possess more than one copy of same Licence                       $300        $1000
s.63         Operate Sedan-Limousine at airport without Sedan-                $800        $1500
             Limousine endorsement
S.64         allow Sedan-Limousine at airport without Sedan-                  $800        $1500
             Limousine endorsement
s.65         Operate Taxi or Limousine contrary to restriction or             $300        $1000
             condition
s.66         Operate Taxi or Limousine without T.D.L. or L.D.L. in            $300        $1000
             possession
s.67         conduct Brokerage Operation without Brokerage                   $1500        $3000
             Licence
s.68         Operate Accessible Vehicle without accessible                    $800        $1500
             endorsement




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s.69         Operate Independent Taxi without independent                $800       $1500
             endorsement
s.70         attach a Plate to a Motor Vehicle without Livery            $300       $1000
             Vehicle Registration Certificate
s.71         allow a Plate to be attached to a Motor Vehicle without     $300       $1000
             Livery Vehicle Registration Certificate
s.72         Operate vehicle with markings of Livery Vehicles            $300       $1000
             where vehicle has no Livery Vehicle Registration
             Certificate
s.87         Licensee fail to advise Manager of change in status         $300       $1000
s.135        Brokerage fail to carry out obligations                     $800       $1500
(a)-(i)
s.136        Brokerage fail to comply with administrative provisions     $800       $1500
(a)-(c)
s.137(a)     Brokerage fail to post Licence                              $300       $1000
s.137(b)     Brokerage fail to post conditions                           $300       $1000
s.138        Brokerage fail to comply with obligations                   $300       $1000
(a)-(m)
s.139        Brokerage fail to provide receipts to Driver, T.P.L. or     $300       $1000
             L.P.L. holder
s.140        Brokerage fail to provide records                           $800       $1500
s.147        Operate Livery Vehicle without valid Inspection             $300       $1000
             Certificate
s.148        allow Livery Vehicle to be Operated without                 $300       $1000
             Inspection Certificate
s.149        T.P.L. holder fail to ensure Livery Vehicle joined to his   $300       $1000
             T.P.L. has Inspection Certificate
s.150        Operate Livery Vehicle without Inspection Certificate       $300       $1000
             in vehicle
s.151        T.P.L. or L.P.L. holder fail to deliver copies of           $300       $1000
             Inspection Certificate
s.157        person other than Certified Mechanic complete               $800       $1500
             Inspection Certificate
s.162(2)     Driver leave before LTS Inspector complete inspection       $800       $1500
s.162(4)     person fail to ensure vehicle at specified location and     $300       $1000
             time
s.162(5)     interfere with LTS Inspector or mechanic                    $800       $1500
s.163(6)     interfere with inspection of premises                       $800       $1500
s.164        fail to produce required documents                          $300       $1000
s.165(6)     fail to comply with LTS Inspector's Order                   $300       $1000
s.165(7)     interfere with Order                                        $300       $1000
(a)-(c)
s.176    make false statement in a document, application or              $800       $1500
         report
s.177    make false advertisements                                       $800       $1500




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