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  1. Library Resource
    Legislation
    January, 2000
    Canada

    This Act consists of 44 sections divided into 3 Parts. It regulates livestock and agricultural operations. It includes regulations for spreading manure or compost for all livestock operations in Alberta. The manure spreading regulations include requirements for manure incorporation, soil nitrogen and salinity limits, setback distances, record keeping and soil testing. The Natural Resources Conservation Board is responsible for the inspection, approval and authorization of livestock operations (for example seasonal feeding and bedding sites) and manure application.

  2. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Canada, Americas, Northern America

    The present Regulation is made under the Farm Credit Stability Act. In particular, the Regulation lays down provisions relating to details how to obtain an «eligible loan», i.e.

  3. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Canada, Americas, Northern America

    The present Regulations is made under the Environment Protection and Enhancement Act. Section 2 of the above-mentioned Regulation establishes the Oil Sands Environmental Monitoring Programme consisting of the Joint Canada/Alberta Oil Sands Monitoring Implementation Programme, established by Ministerial Order 25/2013 made by the Minister pursuant to section 8 of the Government Organization Act. This Programme strengthens environmental monitoring programmes for air, water, land and biodiversity in the oil sands region.

  4. Library Resource
    Legislation
    Canada, Americas, Northern America

    The present Act shall streamline the regulatory process governing oil/gas development in the Province. In particular, section 3 of the afore-mentioned Act establishes the “Alberta Energy Regulator” as a corporation.

  5. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Canada, Americas, Northern America

    The present Rules are made under the Responsible Energy Development Act. In particular, the Rules establish that private surface agreements between landowners and energy companies operating on their property can now be registered with the Alberta Energy Regulator’s new Private Surface Agreements Registry (PSAR). Created as part of the Alberta Energy Regulator’s mandate to oversee energy development in the province. The Rules allow landowners to request the Regulator’s intervention, if they feel a company is not meeting a term or condition of a registered agreement.

  6. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Canada, Americas, Northern America

    The present Regulation is enacted under the Public Lands Act. In particular, the Regulation lays down provisions relating to the resolution of disputes. At the outset the Regulation contains, inter alia, the definition of certain terms such as, “agricultural disposition”, “agricultural disposition holder”, “agricultural lease”, “agricultural leaseholder”, “Board”, “exploration”, “exploration approval”, “local settlement officer”.

  7. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Canada, Americas, Northern America

    The present Regulation enforces the Agricultural Operation Practices Act. The Regulations lays down provisions relating to administrative procedures of the Natural Resources Conservation Board which is mandated under the afore-mentioned Act to review applications for new or expanding confined feeding operations, to monitor and enforce compliance with the Act, its Regulations and permit conditions, and to conduct hearings to review decisions.

  8. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Canada, Americas, Northern America

    The present Regulation enforces the Agricultural Operation Practices Act. At the outset the Regulations contains the definition of certain terms such as, “aquifer”, “catch basin”, “common body of water”, “groundwater resource”, “liquid manure”, “private land”. Part 1 lays down provisions relating to standards applying to the owner or operator of a confined feeding operation for which an approval, registration or authorization is required under the afore-mentioned Act. Moreover, this Parts deals with manure storage and nutrient management. Part 2 concerns general administration matters.

  9. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Canada, Americas, Northern America

    The present Regulation enforces the Public Lands Act. In particular, the Regulation lays down provisions relating to the authorization of activities carried out for recreational purposes, such as, hunting, fishing, camping, boating, hiking, bicycling, the use of motor vehicles, etc. The text consists of 26 sections divided into 4 Parts as follows: Access for recreational purposes (1); Dispute resolution (2); Miscellaneous (3); Expiry and coming into force (4).

    Implements: Public Lands Act (RSA 2000, c. P-40). (2014-12-17)

  10. Library Resource
    Regulations
    Canada, Americas, Northern America

    The present Regulation provides for the enactment of the Public Land Act. The Regulation focuses on three key themes: land management, compliance and enforcement, appeals and dispute resolution. The Regulation applies to provincial land managed by Sustainable Resource Development under the Public Lands Act. The new rules around recreation apply to vacant public land not held under a disposition that offers exclusive use. The Regulation does not apply to parks/wilderness areas (managed by Tourism, Parks and Recreation) or lands managed by Transportation or Infrastructure.

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