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					               THE ALBERTA GAZETTE, PART II, APRIL 15, 2000




                        Alberta Regulation 55/2000

                           Funeral Services Act

                  GENERAL AMENDMENT REGULATION

                                                           Filed: March 16, 2000

Made by the Minister of Government Services (M.O. C:001/00) on March 14, 2000
pursuant to section 23(1)(c) of the Funeral Services Act.

             1 The General Regulation (AR 226/98) is amended by this
             Regulation.


             2 Section 40(b) is amended by striking out “March 31” and
             substituting “November 30”.


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                        Alberta Regulation 56/2000

                              Cemeteries Act

        COMMERCIAL CEMETERIES AMENDMENT REGULATION

                                                           Filed: March 16, 2000

Made by the Minister of Government Services (M.O. C:002/00) on March 14, 2000
pursuant to section 60(1)(o) of the Cemeteries Act.

             1 The Commercial Cemeteries Regulation (AR 247/98) is
             amended by this Regulation.


             2 Section 16(b) is amended by striking out “March 31” and
             substituting “November 30”.




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                              Alberta Regulation 57/2000

                     Government Fees and Charges Review Act
                             Fisheries (Alberta) Act

           FEES (REDUCTION OF CERTAIN FEES CHARGED BY THE
            FISHERIES (MINISTERIAL) REGULATION) REGULATION

                                                                    Filed: March 22, 2000

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 96/2000) on March 22, 2000 pursuant
to section 1 of the Government Fees and Charges Review Act.

                 WHEREAS section 1 of and Schedule 2 to the Government Fees and
                 Charges Review Act temporarily fix the fees under the Fisheries
                 (Alberta) Act in relation to the Fisheries (Ministerial) Regulation
                 (AR 220/97) and generally suspend the right to alter those fees other than
                 by Act;

                 AND WHEREAS section 1(5) and (6) of the Government Fees and
                 Charges Review Act allow a reduction in those fees by regulation;

                 AND WHEREAS the following reflects no increases in any of those
                 fees, but only decreases or retentions of the existing fees;

                 NOW THEREFORE it is provided as follows:


Schedule 1,      1    With reference to those fees specified in Schedule 2 to the
Item 1(a) and    Government Fees and Charges Review Act that correspond to Item 1(a)
(b) fees
                 and (b) of Schedule 1 to the Fisheries (Ministerial) Regulation
                 (AR 220/97), the fees to be charged are as set out in the Schedule to this
                 Regulation.


Application of   2 For the purposes only of applying the “NOTE” at the beginning of
Schedule 1
note
                 Schedule 1 to the Fisheries (Ministerial) Regulation, sportfishing
                 licences that are the subject-matter of an amendment under section 1 and
                 that were issued on or after March 15, 1999 and before the
                 commencement of this Regulation are to be deemed to have been issued
                 immediately after the commencement of this Regulation.


                                              SCHEDULE

                                        Sportfishing Licences

                                Column 1                                       Column 2
                 Item No.         Licence                                      Fee ($)

                 1           Sportfishing Licences

                             (a) resident of Canada                                  $1.50

                             (b) non-resident of Canada (annual)                      9.50


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                             Alberta Regulation 58/2000

                    Government Fees and Charges Review Act
                                 Wildlife Act

           FEES (REDUCTION OF CERTAIN FEES CHARGED BY THE
                   WILDLIFE REGULATION) REGULATION

                                                                   Filed: March 22, 2000

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 97/2000) on March 22, 2000 pursuant
to section 1 of the Government Fees and Charges Review Act.

                 WHEREAS section 1 of and Schedule 2 to the Government Fees and
                 Charges Review Act temporarily fix the fees under the Wildlife Act in
                 relation to the Wildlife Regulation (AR 143/97) and generally suspend
                 the right to alter those fees other than by Act;

                 AND WHEREAS section 1(5) and (6) of the Government Fees and
                 Charges Review Act allow a reduction in those fees by regulation;

                 AND WHEREAS the following provisions reflect no increases in any of
                 those fees, but only decreases or retentions of the existing fees;

                 NOW THEREFORE it is provided as follows:


Schedule 8,      1    With reference to those fees specified in Schedule 2 to the
Part 1 fees      Government Fees and Charges Review Act that correspond to Part 1 of
                 Schedule 8 to the Wildlife Regulation (AR 143/97), the fees to be
                 charged are as set out in Schedule 1 to this Regulation.


Schedule 8,      2   With reference to those fees specified in Schedule 2 to the
Part 2 fees      Government Fees and Charges Review Act that correspond to Items 10,
                 11 and 12 of Part 2 of Schedule 8 to the Wildlife Regulation
                 (AR 143/97), the fees to be charged are as set out in Schedule 2 to this
                 Regulation.


Application of   3 For the purposes only of applying the “NOTE” at the beginning of
Schedule 8
note
                 Schedule 8 to the Wildlife Regulation, licences that are the subject-
                 matter of an amendment under section 1 or 2 and that were issued on or
                 after April 1, 1999 and before the commencement of this Regulation are
                 to be deemed to have been issued immediately after the commencement
                 of this Regulation.




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ALTA. REG. 58/2000                    GOVERNMENT FEES AND CHARGES REVIEW
                                                                WILDLIFE

                                         SCHEDULE 1

                                             PART 1

                                RECREATIONAL LICENCES

             Column 1          Column 2                               Column 3
             Item No.           Licence                               Fee ($)


                                      Resident Licences

             1            Resident black bear licence                      5.25

             2            Resident supplemental black bear licence         6.25

             3            Resident cougar licence                        39.00

             4            Resident mule deer licence                      9.75

             5            Resident white-tailed deer licence              9.75

             6            Resident supplemental antlerless
                          white-tailed deer licence                       8.75

             7            Resident antlerless deer licence                1.50

             8            Resident elk licence                           19.75

             9            Resident moose licence                          9.75

             10           Resident trophy sheep licence                  39.00

             11           Resident WMU 410 trophy sheep special
                          licence                                        39.00

             12           Resident trophy sheep special licence          39.00

             13           Resident goat special licence                  40.00

             14           Resident non-trophy sheep special licence      17.50

             15           Resident antlered moose special licence        10.25

             16           Resident calf moose special licence            11.25

             17           Resident antlerless moose special licence      11.25

             18           Resident antlered elk special licence          21.25

             19           Resident antlerless elk special licence        21.25



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                                                                WILDLIFE

             20           Resident trophy antelope special licence        39.00

             21           Resident non-trophy antelope special licence     7.75

             22           Resident antelope archery special licence       39.00

             23           Resident Cypress Hills elk special licence      21.25

             24           Resident Cypress Hills elk archery licence      21.25

             25           Resident WMU 212 antlerless elk archery
                          licence                                          9.75

             26           Resident WMU 300 elk special licence            21.25

             27           Resident antlered mule deer special licence     11.25

             28           Resident antlerless mule deer special licence
                           - if issued to a youth                         FREE
                           - if issued to an individual who is not
                             a youth                                      FREE

             29           Resident youth mule deer licence                 0.25

             30           Resident antlered white-tailed deer special
                          licence                                         11.25

             31           Resident antlerless white-tailed deer special
                          licence                                          6.50

             32           Resident youth white-tailed deer licence         0.25

             33           Resident Strathcona white-tailed deer licence    6.50

             34           Resident Foothills deer licence                  6.50

             35           Resident Camp Wainwright deer special
                          licence                                         27.00

             36           Resident grizzly bear special licence           39.00

             37           Resident game bird licence                       0.75

             38           Resident youth game bird licence                 0.25

             39           Resident pheasant licence                       FREE

             40           Resident Merriam’s turkey special licence       16.00

             41           Resident quota licence                           7.50




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                                                                WILDLIFE

                                   Non-resident Licences

             42           Non-resident black bear licence                  49.50

             43           Non-resident supplemental black bear licence     49.50

             44           Non-resident black bear special licence          49.50

             45           Non-resident cougar licence                     113.25

             46           Non-resident cougar special licence             113.25

             47           Non-resident antlered mule deer licence         101.75

             48           Non-resident antlered mule deer special
                          licence                                         101.75

             49           Non-resident antlered white-tailed deer
                          licence                                         101.75

             50           Non-resident antlered white-tailed deer
                          special licence                                 101.75

             51           Non-resident antlered elk licence               113.25

             52           Non-resident antlered elk special licence       113.25

             53           Non-resident antlered moose licence             113.25

             54           Non-resident antlered moose special licence     113.25

             55           Non-resident trophy antelope special licence    155.25

             56           Non-resident game bird licence                   21.25

             57           Non-resident 3-day game bird licence             13.25

             58           Non-resident pheasant licence                    FREE


                                Non-resident Alien Licences

             59           Non-resident alien black bear special licence    61.25

             60           Non-resident alien cougar special licence       215.75

             61           Non-resident alien antlered mule deer special
                          licence                                         157.25

             62           Non-resident alien antlered white-tailed deer
                          special licence                                 157.25



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                                                                WILDLIFE

             63           Non-resident alien antlered elk special licence     215.75

             64           Non-resident alien antlered moose special
                          licence                                             215.75

             65           Non-resident alien trophy antelope special
                          licence                                             193.25

             66           Non-resident alien game bird licence                 76.25

             67           Non-resident alien 3-day game bird licence           50.00

             68           Non-resident alien pheasant licence                  FREE

             69           Non-resident alien trophy sheep special
                          licence                                             274.00


                                        Other Licences

             70           Non-resident/non-resident alien wolf/coyote
                          licence                                                2.00

             71           Non-resident/non-resident alien trophy sheep
                          special licence                                     274.00

             72           Minister’s special licence                           FREE


                                         SCHEDULE 2

             Column 1        Column 2                                       Column 3
             Item No.         Licence, Permit, etc.                         Fee ($)


             10           Resident bow hunting permit                          FREE

             11           Non-resident bow hunting permit                       7.25

             12           Non-resident alien bow hunting permit                14.00




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ALTA. REG. 59/2000                        MARKETING OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS



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                             Alberta Regulation 59/2000

                       Marketing of Agricultural Products Act

    ALBERTA CATTLE COMMISSION PLAN AMENDMENT REGULATION

                                                                    Filed: March 22, 2000

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 100/2000) on March 22, 2000 pursuant
to section 23 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act.

                  1     The Alberta Cattle Commission Plan Regulation
                  (AR 272/97) is amended by this Regulation.


                  2 Section 1(g) is amended in subclause (i) by striking out
                  “and” and by repealing subclause (ii) and substituting the
                  following:

                     (ii) in the case of an eligible producer who is an individual, who is
                          a resident of Alberta, and

                    (iii) in the case of an eligible producer who is not an individual, who
                          carries on business in Alberta;


                  3 Section 5(1)(b) is amended by striking out “who market” and
                  substituting “marketing”.


                  4 Section 15 is amended

                     (a) in clauses (c) and (d) by striking out “resides” and
                         substituting “is entitled to vote”;

                     (b) in clause (e) by striking out “resides” and substituting
                         “is entitled to hold office”.


                  5 Section 16(1) is repealed and the following is substituted:
Eligible                16(1) Where an eligible producer is an individual, that
producers who           individual may, only in accordance with this section, exercise the
are individuals
                        rights of an eligible producer referred to in section 15.

                        (1.1) An eligible producer who

                            (a) resides and is a producer in only one zone or sub-zone
                                may exercise the rights of an eligible producer only in
                                that zone or sub-zone;

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                         (b) resides and is a producer in one zone or sub-zone and is
                             also a producer in one or more other zones or sub-zones
                             may exercise the rights of an eligible producer only in
                             the zone or sub-zone in which that eligible producer
                             resides;

                         (c) resides and is a producer in more than one zone or
                             sub-zone may exercise the rights of an eligible producer
                             in only one of the zones or sub-zones in which that
                             eligible producer resides and is a producer;

                         (d) resides in one zone or sub-zone but is a producer in a
                             different zone or sub-zone may exercise the rights of an
                             eligible producer only in the zone or sub-zone in which
                             that eligible producer is a producer;

                         (e) resides in one zone or sub-zone but is a producer in two
                             or more different zones or sub-zones may exercise the
                             rights of an eligible producer in only one of the zones or
                             sub-zones in which that eligible producer is a producer.


             6 Section 17 is amended

                 (a) by adding the following after subsection (1):

                     (1.1) An eligible producer who

                         (a) carries on business and is a producer in only one zone or
                             sub-zone may exercise the rights of an eligible producer
                             only in that zone or sub-zone;

                         (b) carries on business and is a producer in one zone or
                             sub-zone and is also a producer in one or more other
                             zones or sub-zones may exercise the rights of an eligible
                             producer only in the zone or sub-zone in which that
                             eligible producer carries on business;

                         (c) carries on business and is a producer in more than one
                             zone or sub-zone may exercise the rights of an eligible
                             producer in only one of the zones or sub-zones in which
                             that eligible producer carries on business and is a
                             producer;

                         (d) carries on business in one zone or sub-zone but is a
                             producer in a different zone or sub-zone may exercise
                             the rights of an eligible producer only in the zone or
                             sub-zone in which that eligible producer is a producer;

                         (e) carries on business in one zone or sub-zone but is a
                             producer in two or more different zones or sub-zones
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                            one of the zones or sub-zones in which that eligible
                            producer is a producer.

                (b) in subclause (3) by striking out “carries on business as a
                    producer” and substituting “exercises the rights of an
                    eligible producer referred to in section 15”;

                 (c) by repealing subsection (4) and substituting the
                     following:

                     (4) Subsection (3) does not apply to a representative of an
                     eligible producer if that representative is the majority owner of
                     that eligible producer and is a resident of Alberta.


             7 Section 21 is repealed.


             8 Section 22 is repealed.


             9 Section 26 is amended

                 (a) in clause (a)

                        (i) by striking out “, sub-zone delegate or producer
                            association delegate may, in the zone or sub-zone in
                            which the delegate resides” and substituting “or
                            sub-zone delegate may, in the zone or sub-zone that the
                            delegate represents”;

                       (ii) by striking out “and” at the end of subclause (ii)
                            and adding the following after sub-clause (ii):

                           (iii) hold office as a zone director, and

                           (iv) at a zone committee meeting,

                                (A) vote on any matter under this Plan, and

                                (B) vote in any election for a zone director;

                (b) by repealing clause (b) and substituting the following:

                        (b) a producer association delegate may, in the zone or
                            sub-zone in which the delegate resides,

                             (i) attend zone committee meetings, and

                            (ii) at zone committee meetings make representations
                                 on any matter pertaining to this Plan or the
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                10 Section 27 is amended by adding the following after
                subsection (6):

                      (7) A zone delegate or sub-zone delegate may complete that zone
                      delegate’s or sub-zone delegate’s term of office even though,

                          (a) if the zone delegate or sub-zone delegate is an eligible
                              producer who is an individual, that delegate ceases to

                               (i) be an eligible producer, or

                               (ii) meet the requirements of section 16;

                          (b) if the zone delegate or sub-zone delegate is the
                              representative of the eligible producer,

                               (i) that eligible producer ceases to be an eligible
                                   producer,

                               (ii) that delegate ceases to be the representative of the
                                    eligible producer, or

                              (iii) that delegate ceases to meet the requirements of
                                    section 17.

                      (8)A producer association delegate may complete that producer
                      association delegate’s term of office even though

                          (a) that delegate ceases to be an eligible producer;

                          (b) if that delegate is the representative of the eligible
                              producer,

                               (i) that eligible producer ceases to be an eligible
                                   producer, or

                               (ii) that delegate ceases to be the representative of the
                                    eligible producer.


                11 The following is added after section 30:
Restriction           30.1(1) Notwithstanding section 30(1) and (2), if a zone delegate
from removal          or sub-zone delegate is a zone director or a director at large, that
as zone
delegate/sub-         zone delegate or sub-zone delegate may not be removed from
zone delegate         office as a zone delegate or a sub-zone delegate without first
                      having been removed from office

                          (a) as a zone director pursuant to section 44(1)(a) or (2)(a),
                              or

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                     (2)Notwithstanding section 30(1) and (2), if a zone delegate or
                     sub-zone delegate is the chair, vice-chair or finance chair of the
                     Commission, that zone delegate or sub-zone delegate may not be
                     removed from office as a zone delegate or a sub-zone delegate
                     without first having been removed from office

                         (a) as a zone director pursuant to section 44(1)(a) or (2)(a)
                             or as a director at large pursuant to section 45(1), and

                         (b) as the chair, vice-chair or finance chair pursuant to
                             section 51(1).


               12 The following is added after section 31:
Restriction          31.1(1) Notwithstanding section 31(1), if a producer association
from removal         delegate is a director at large, that producer association delegate
as producer
association          may not be removed from office as a producer association
delegate             delegate without having first been removed from office as a
                     director at large pursuant to section 45(1).

                     (2) Notwithstanding section 31(1), if a producer association
                     delegate is the chair, vice-chair or finance chair of the
                     Commission, that producer association delegate may not be
                     removed from office as a producer association delegate without
                     first having been removed from office

                         (a) as a director at large pursuant to section 45(1), and

                         (b) as the chair, vice-chair or finance chair pursuant to
                             section 51(1).


               13 Section 32(1) is amended

                  (a) in clauses (a), (b) and (c) by adding “or carry on business”
                      after “who reside”;

                  (b) in clause (b)(i) by striking out “residing in the zone” and
                      substituting “who reside within or carry on business within
                      the zone”.


               14 Section 33(1) is amended

                  (a) in clauses (a), (b), (c) and (d) by adding “or carry on
                      business” after “who reside”;

                  (b) in clause (b)(i) by striking out “residing in the sub-zone”
                      and substituting “who reside within or carry on business
                      within the sub-zone”.




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             15 Section 34(1) and (2)(a) and (b) are amended by adding “or
             carrying on business in” after “residing in”.


             16 Section 36 is amended

                 (a) in subsections (1)(a)(ii) and (b)(ii) and (2)(a)(ii) and
                     (b)(i)(B) by striking out “reside within” and substituting
                     “are entitled to vote in”;

                (b) in subsection (2)(b)(ii)(B) by striking out “reside with”
                    and substituting “are entitled to vote in”.


             17 Section 37 is amended

                 (a) in subsection (1)(a)

                        (i) by striking out “12 directors” and substituting “14
                            directors”;

                       (ii) in subclause (ii) by striking out “3 directors” and
                            substituting “5 directors”;

                (b) in subsection (2)(c)

                        (i) by striking out “13 directors” and substituting “15
                            directors”;

                       (ii) in subclause (iii) by striking out “3 directors” and
                            substituting “5 directors”.


             18 Section 40(1) is amended by striking out “3 directors” and
             substituting “5 directors”.


             19 Section 42 is amended

                 (a) in subsection (1) by adding “pursuant to section 39(1) and
                     (2)” after “annual zone committee meeting”;

                (b) by adding the following after subsection (1):

                     (1.1) The term of office of a zone director elected pursuant to
                     section 39(3)

                        (a) commences immediately on the zone director being
                            declared elected at the zone committee meeting at which
                            that zone director is elected, and

                       (b) expires immediately on a zone director for that zone
                           being declared elected at the next annual Commission

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                              meeting held following that zone director’s election at
                              the next annual zone committee meeting.

                   (c) in subsection (2) by adding “pursuant to section 40” after
                       “the annual Commission meeting”;

                   (d) by adding the following after subsection (2):

                       (3) A zone director may complete that zone director’s term of
                       office even though that zone director ceases to be a zone
                       delegate or a sub-zone delegate pursuant to section 27(1)(b) or
                       (2)(b).

                       (4) A director at large may complete that director’s term of
                       office even though that director at large ceases to be a zone
                       delegate, a sub-zone delegate or a producer association delegate
                       pursuant to section 27(1)(b), (2)(b) or (3)(b).

                       (5) If a zone director or director at large continues in office in
                       accordance with subsection (3) or (4), that zone director or
                       director at large may only carry out those functions that are
                       related solely to the office of the zone director or director at
                       large until the expiry of the term of office pursuant to
                       subsection (1)(b), (1.1)(b) or (2)(b).


                20 Section 44 is amended by adding the following after
                subsection (2):

                     (3)Notwithstanding subsections (1) and (2), if a zone director is
                     the chair, vice-chair or finance chair of the Commission, that
                     zone director may not be removed from office as a zone director
                     without first having been removed from office as chair, vice-chair
                     or finance chair under section 51(1).


                21 Section 45 is amended by adding the following after
                subsection (2):

                       (3) Notwithstanding subsections (1) and (2), if a director at
                       large is the chair, vice-chair or finance chair of the Commission,
                       that director at large may not be removed from office as a
                       director at large without first having been removed from office
                       as chair, vice-chair or finance chair under section 51(1).


                22 Section 48(1) and (2) are repealed and the following is
                substituted:
Election of          48(1) The first meeting of the Board of Directors shall be held
chair, vice-         after the zone directors and directors at large have been declared
chair and
finance chair        elected at the annual Commission meeting and before the
                     conclusion of the annual Commission meeting.


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                     (1.1) At the first meeting of the Board of Directors, the zone
                     directors and directors at large shall elect from among themselves

                         (a) a chair of the Commission,

                         (b) a vice-chair of the Commission, and

                         (c) a finance chair of the Commission.

                     (2) The Executive of the Board of Directors consists of

                         (a) the chair of the Commission,

                         (b) the vice-chair of the Commission,

                         (c) the finance chair of the Commission, and

                         (d) the past chair of the Commission, except when the
                             current chair of the Commission is re-elected for a
                             subsequent term.


             23 The following is added after section 48:
Functions            48.1(1) The chair, vice-chair, finance chair and past chair of the
                     Commission must carry out those responsibilities of the Board of
                     Directors that are delegated to the chair, vice-chair, finance chair
                     and past chair by the Board of Directors.

                     (2)The chair, vice-chair, finance chair and past chair shall report
                     to the Board of Directors on their activities as required by the
                     Board of Directors.


             24 Section 49 is amended

                 (a) in subsection (1)

                          (i) in clause (a) by striking out “following” and
                              substituting “held during”;

                         (ii) by repealing clause (b) and substituting the
                              following:

                              (b) expires immediately on the zone directors and the
                                  directors at large being declared elected at the next
                                  annual Commission meeting.

                (b) by repealing subsection (2) and substituting the
                    following:

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                         (a) commences immediately on the zone directors and
                             directors at large being declared elected at the annual
                             Commission meeting, and

                         (b) expires immediately on the zone directors and directors
                             at large being declared elected at the next annual
                             Commission meeting.

                 (c) by adding the following after subsection (2):

                      (3) A chair, vice-chair or finance chair may complete that
                      chair’s, vice-chair’s or finance chair’s term of office even
                      though that chair, vice-chair or finance chair ceases to be a zone
                      delegate, sub-zone delegate or producer association delegate
                      pursuant to section 27(1)(b), (2)(b) or (3)(b).

                      (4)If a chair, vice-chair or finance chair continues in office in
                      accordance with subsection (3), that chair, vice-chair or finance
                      chair may only carry out those functions that are related solely
                      to the office of the chair, vice-chair or finance chair until the
                      expiry of the term of office pursuant to subsection (1)(b).


             25 The following is added after section 51:
Executive            51.1(1) The Executive may, at the call of the chair of the
meetings             Commission, conduct meetings of the Executive.

                     (2)The chair, vice-chair and the finance chair are eligible to vote
                     on each matter put to the question before the Executive.

                     (3)Unless the past chair of the Commission is ineligible to serve
                     as a zone delegate, sub-zone delegate or producer association
                     delegate by virtue of section 27(4) or (5), the past chair is eligible
                     to vote on each matter put to the question before the Executive.
Quorum               51.2 The quorum necessary for the Executive to conduct
                     business or hold a vote on any matter is 2 of the members of the
                     Executive holding office, not including the past chair of the
                     Commission.


             26 The following is added after section 55(2):

                     (3) A chair of a committee may complete that chair’s term of
                     office even though that chair ceases to be a zone delegate,
                     sub-zone delegate or producer association delegate pursuant to
                     section 27(1)(b), (2)(b) or (3)(b).

                     (4) A chair of a committee may complete that chair’s term of
                     office even though that chair ceases to be a zone director or a
                     director at large pursuant to section 42(1), (1.1) or (2).



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                     (5) If a chair of a committee continues in office in accordance
                     with subsection (3) or (4), the chair of the committee may only
                     carry out those functions that are related solely to the office of the
                     chair of the committee until the expiry of that chair’s term of
                     office pursuant to subsection (1).


             27 The following is added after section 58:
Committee            58.1(1) A committee may, at the call of the chair of the
meetings             committee, conduct committee meetings.

                     (2) The members of the committee, whether zone delegates,
                     sub-zone delegates, producer association delegates, zone
                     directors, directors at large or other individuals, are eligible to
                     vote on each matter put to the question before the committee.
Quorum               58.2 The quorum necessary for a committee to conduct business
                     or hold a vote on any matter is a majority of the total number of
                     zone delegates, sub-zone delegates, producer association
                     delegates, zone directors, directors at large or other individuals
                     holding office as committee members.


             28 Section 64(b) is amended

                 (a) by repealing subclause (ii) and substituting the
                     following:

                         (ii) resides and is a producer within the zone or sub-zone in
                              which the election or vote is being held or is a producer
                              within the zone or sub-zone in which the election or vote
                              is being held and is not a producer within the zone or
                              sub-zone in which the individual resides,

                (b) in subclause (iii) by adding “in either the zone or sub-zone
                    in which the election or vote is being held or in any other zone
                    or sub-zone” after “wishes to cast a vote”;

                 (c) in subclause (iv) by striking out “who is not an
                     individual”.


             29 Section 65(b) is amended

                 (a) by repealing subclause (iii) and substituting the
                     following:

                        (iii) the eligible producer carries on business and is a
                              producer within the zone or sub-zone in which the
                              election or vote is being held or is a producer within the
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                              held and is not a producer within the zone or sub-zone in
                              which the eligible producer carries on business,

                       (iii.1) the representative of the eligible producer resides within
                               the zone or sub-zone in which the election or vote is
                               being held or the representative is the majority owner of
                               the eligible producer and is a resident of Alberta,

                  (b) in subclause (iv) by adding “in either the zone or sub-zone
                      in which the election or vote is being held or in any other zone
                      or sub-zone” after “wishes to cast a vote”;

                  (c) In subclause (v) by adding “in either the zone or sub-zone
                      in which the election or vote is being held or in any other zone
                      or sub-zone” after “eligible producer”.


              30 Section 67(a) is amended by striking out “resides” and
              substituting “is entitled to vote”.


              31 Section 71 is amended by striking out “person” and
              substituting “eligible producer”.


              32 Section 74(2)(a) is amended by adding “, special zone
              committee meeting” after “special zone meeting”.


              33 Section 76 is repealed.


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                           Alberta Regulation 60/2000

                     Marketing of Agricultural Products Act

      ALBERTA EGG PRODUCERS FEDERAL AUTHORIZATION ORDER

                                                                  Filed: March 22, 2000

Made by the Alberta Agricultural Products Marketing Council on February 28, 2000 and
approved by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 101/200) on March 22, 2000
pursuant to section 50 of the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act.
Definitions   1 In this Order,

                   (a) “Canada Act” means

                          (i) the Farm Products Agencies Act (Canada);

                         (ii) the Agricultural Products Marketing Act (Canada);

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                    (b) “Commodity Board” means the board known as the Alberta Egg
                        Producers Board;

                    (c) “Federal-Provincial Agreement” means the agreement
                        respecting the revision and consolidation of the comprehensive
                        marketing program as agreed to by the parties for the purpose
                        of regulating and marketing eggs in Canada, as revised from
                        time to time;

                    (d) “Grant of Authority” means the Canadian Egg Marketing
                        Agency Egg Quota Grant of Administrative Authority made
                        under the Farm Products Agencies Act (Canada);

                    (e) “Marketing Council” means the Alberta Agricultural Products
                        Marketing Council.


Authorization   2 The Marketing Council hereby authorizes the Commodity Board to
                perform all functions and duties and exercise all powers imposed or
                conferred on the Commodity Board under the Canada Act, the
                Federal-Provincial Agreement and the Grant of Authority.


Repeal          3 The Egg Marketing Plan (Federal-Provincial) Regulations (AR
                223/73) are repealed.


Expiry          4 For the purpose of ensuring that this Order is reviewed for ongoing
                relevancy and necessity, with the option that it may be repassed in its
                present or an amended form following a review, this Order expires on
                January 31, 2005.


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                            Alberta Regulation 61/2000

                              Domestic Relations Act

                    ACCESS ENFORCEMENT REGULATION

                                                                 Filed: March 24, 2000

Made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council (O.C. 99/2000) on March 22, 2000 pursuant
to section 61.9 of the Domestic Relations Act.

                                           Table of Contents

                Application to Court of Queen’s Bench                                1
                Application to Provincial Court                                      2
                Notice of orders                                                     3
                Entry order                                                          4
                Circumstances for specific court                                     5


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                 Enforcement officer’s report                                            6
                 Coming into force                                                       7


Application to   1 The Alberta Rules of Court apply, with the necessary modifications,
Court of         for the purpose of making an application to the Court of Queen’s Bench
Queen’s Bench
                 under section 61.3, 61.31 or 61.41(1) of the Act.


Application to   2(1) This section applies to the making of an application to The
Provincial
Court
                 Provincial Court of Alberta under section 61.3, 61.31 or 61.41(1) of the
                 Act.

                 (2) An applicant must file an application with the clerk in the form
                 prescribed under section 21 of the Provincial Court Act.

                 (3) After the application is filed with the clerk, the applicant must give
                 to the respondent a notice, in the form prescribed under section 21 of the
                 Provincial Court Act, to appear before The Provincial Court of Alberta
                 at the hearing of the application.

                 (4) Unless The Provincial Court of Alberta otherwise directs, notice
                 must be given by means of personal service.


Notice of        3 Subject to section 4(4), notices of the provisions of orders made
orders
                 under Part 7.1 of the Act must be given by personal service unless the
                 Court of Queen’s Bench or The Provincial Court of Alberta, as the case
                 may be, directs that notice be given in a different manner.


Entry order      4(1) An application for an order under section 61.6(2) of the Act may
                 be made in person or by telecommunication.

                 (2) An order based on a telecommunication application has the same
                 effect as an order based on an application made in person.

                 (3) The application, whether made by telecommunication or in person,
                 shall be made under oath or affirmation in accordance with the Alberta
                 Evidence Act, and with respect to an application made by
                 telecommunication, the oath, or affirmation may be administered by
                 telecommunication.

                 (4) If a copy of the order cannot be personally served on the respondent,
                 the enforcement officer may leave a copy of the order with any occupant
                 of the premises who is or who appears to be over the age of 18 years, or
                 if no such person is present, the enforcement officer may post a copy of
                 the order in a prominent place on the premises.




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Circumstances      5 An application under section 61.3, 61.31, or 61.41 must be made to
for specific       the Court of Queen’s Bench if the parties are subject to case management
court
                   in the Court of Queen’s Bench, or if a specific judge of the Court of
                   Queen’s Bench has been appointed to hear all matters related to the
                   parties’ case.


Enforcement        6 A report for the purposes of section 61.7 must contain the following
officer’s report
                   information:

                       (a) the names of the applicant, the respondent and the child or
                           children and any other persons who were present, if known;

                       (b) the name of the enforcement officer making the report and the
                           date of the officer’s involvement;

                       (c) a description of the events and circumstances relating to the
                           assistance that was provided, including the steps taken to give
                           assistance to the applicant and comply with the directions of the
                           court and whether the child or children named in the order were
                           made available to the applicant.


Coming into        7 This Regulation comes into force on the coming into force of section
force
                   1 of the Family Law Statutes Amendment Act, 1999.




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