Public Lands Administration Regulation

Public Lands Act
PUBLIC LANDS ADMINISTRATION REGULATION
Alta. Reg. 187/2011
(as am. by Alta. Reg. 170/2012 and 62/2013)


Part 1 — General


1. Definitions.
(1) In this Regulation,
(a) “access permit” means an authorization under section 20 of the Act to enter on and occupy vacant public land;
(b) “Act” means the Public Lands Act;
(c) “additional rent” means additional annual rent prescribed under section 103(1)(b) of the Act;
(d) “administrative penalty” means a penalty imposed under section 171;
(e) “approval” means an instrument, other than a formal disposition or an authorization, that is issued to a person by or on behalf of the Department and that grants to the person the permission or consent of the Minister, a director or an officer that is required under the Act, the regulations or the conditions of a formal disposition or an authorization;
(f) “authorization” means an instrument, other than a formal disposition or an approval, by which an authorization under section 20(1)(a), (b) or (e) of the Act is granted;
(g) “development” includes construction or work to clear a site, build an access road, carry out excavations, build structures or install equipment and any combination of these;
(h) “disposition authorizing the grazing of bison” means
(i) a grazing disposition that is the subject of an approval under section 72, or
(ii) a disposition listed in Schedule 3;
(i) “disturbance”, in respect of public land, means human activity that moves or removes one or more of the following features of the public land or that alters or results in the alteration of the state of one or more of those features from the state in which it existed before the human activity occurred, and includes any change in the intensity, frequency or nature of the human activity:
(i) vegetation;
(ii) soil;
(iii) subsoil;
(iv) bedrock;
(v) landform;
(vi) wetland;
(vii) water body or watercourse;
(viii) air flow or wind currents;
(ix) ambient sound volumes;
(x) light or shade;
(j) “disturbance standard” means a standard established under section 3;
(k) “enforcement order” means an order under section 59.1 of the Act;
(l) “equivalent land capability”, except in section 127, means, in respect of land that is the subject of a disposition, a condition in which the ecosystem processes on the land are capable of producing goods and services of a quality and in a quantity that is at least equivalent to that which existed before the disposition was issued to the holder;
(m) “footprint” means the impact or extent of a disturbance on public land and includes the intensity, frequency and nature of any uses or activities related to the disturbance;
(n) “forest management area” means public land that is the subject of a forest management agreement under the Forest Act;
(o) “formal disposition” means a disposition issued under the Act before or after the coming into force of this Regulation and bearing a title and number assigned by the Department for the purposes of identifying the disposition in the records of the Department, and includes numbered instruments bearing the title
(i) commercial trail riding permit,
(ii) cultivation permit,
(iii) easement,
(iv) farm development lease,
(v) grazing lease,
(vi) grazing licence,
(vii) licence of occupation,
(viii) mineral surface lease,
(ix) miscellaneous lease,
(x) pipeline agreement,
(xi) pipeline installation lease,
(xii) surface material lease,
(xiii) pipeline agreement,
(xiv) pipeline installation lease,
or any other instrument issued in a form prescribed under section 6 of the Act;
(p) “grazing association” means a corporation that is the holder of a grazing disposition for the benefit of its shareholders, partners, principals or members;
(q) “grazing disposition” means
(i) a grazing disposition issued under the Dispositions and Fees Regulation (AR 54/2000) before the coming into force of this Regulation, or
(ii) a disposition issued under section 50(1);
(r) “provincial grazing reserve” means public land that is the subject of a community grazing reserve established under section 107 of the Act;
(s) “public land recreation area” means an area of public land declared in section 179 to be a public land recreation area and described in Schedule 5;
(t) “public land recreation trail” means an area of public land declared in section 180 to be a public land recreation trail and described in Schedule 6;
(u) “public land use zone” means an area of public land declared in section 178 to be a public land use zone and described in Schedule 4;
(v) “range” means public land that is the subject of a grazing disposition;
(w) “range development plan” means an instrument defining goals, specific objectives and specific outcomes to be achieved by a holder during a certain period and related to the construction, maintenance or repair of range improvements for the purposes of the proper use and management of the holder’s grazing disposition, including management for the purposes of increasing or maintaining the carrying capacity of the grazing disposition;
(x) “range improvement” means a modification to the range or to any resource on the range for the purposes of the proper use and management of a grazing disposition, including specific management for the purposes of increasing or maintaining the carrying capacity of the grazing disposition;
(y) “range improvement agreement” means an agreement referred to in section 79(c) between the holder of a grazing disposition and the Minister for the purposes of conducting one or more range improvements under Division 2 of Part 3;
(z) “range management plan” means an instrument defining goals, specific objectives and specific outcomes to be achieved by a holder during a certain period for the proper use and management of the holder’s grazing disposition;
(aa) “register” means to post an application, approval, authorization, disposition or any other instrument in a book or record of public lands administration maintained by or on behalf of the Department for that purpose;
(bb) “registered fur management licence” means a registered fur management licence issued under the Wildlife Regulation (AR 143/97);
(cc) “stop order” means an order under section 59.2 of the Act;
(dd) “subject land”, in respect of a disposition, means public land that is the subject of the disposition or to which the disposition relates;
(ee) “timber disposition” means timber disposition as defined in the Forests Act;
(ff) “vacant disposition area” means public land
(i) on which no development is occurring or is likely to occur for 90 days,
(ii) that is under the administration of the Minister, and
(iii) that is the subject of
(A) an authorization, easement, miscellaneous permit, commercial trail riding permit, pipeline agreement or provincial grazing reserve
(B) a licence of occupation, unless the public land is a closed road within the meaning of section 54.01 of the Act,
(C) a timber disposition,
(D) a grazing allotment under the Forest Reserves Act, or
(E) a registered fur management licence;
(gg) “vacant public land” means a vacant disposition area or other land that is under the administration of the Minister and that is not the subject of a formal disposition.
(2) The following definitions apply for the purposes of section 114.1 of the Act:
(a) “amount of change in beneficial ownership” means, with respect to a corporate leaseholder or corporation referred to in clause (d), the greater of the following:
(i) the ratio of the number of shares that have had a change in beneficial ownership to the total number of issued and outstanding shares of the corporate leaseholder or corporation, calculated immediately prior to the change in the case of a transfer or redemption of shares, and immediately after the change in the case of an allotment of shares;
(ii) the ratio of the number of shares that have had a change in beneficial ownership and that provide the right to cast votes to elect directors of the corporate leaseholder or corporation to the total number of issued and outstanding shares with such voting rights of the corporate leaseholder or corporation, calculated immediately prior to the change in the case of a transfer or redemption of shares, and immediately after the change in the case of an allotment of shares;
(b) “animal unit” means a cow of average weight with calf at foot, and any variations in the proportions of an animal unit due to age, weight and type of livestock as determined by the Minister;
(c) “associated corporation” means
(i) any corporation that holds shares in a corporation that holds a grazing lease or grazing licence,
(ii) any corporation that holds shares in a corporation referred to in subclause (i), or
(iii) any corporation that ultimately holds shares in a corporation that holds a grazing lease or grazing licence;
(d) “change in beneficial ownership” includes, without limitation, any change in direct ownership, or change in ownership through a trustee, legal representative, agent or other intermediary, of any of the issued and outstanding shares of
(i) a corporation that holds a grazing lease or grazing licence (“the corporate leaseholder”),
(ii) another corporation that holds any issued and outstanding shares in the corporate leaseholder, or
(iii) another corporation that ultimately holds any issued and outstanding shares in the corporation that holds a grazing lease or grazing licence;
(e) “Zone A”, “Zone B” and “Zone C” mean, respectively, Zone A, Zone B and Zone C as shown in Schedule 1.


2. Interest of disposition holder. Subject to the Act and this Regulation, a disposition holder has only the estate, interest, rights and privileges expressly provided in the disposition.


3. Disturbance standards.
(1) The Minister may establish disturbance standards setting the maximum acceptable footprint that a class or combination of
(a) activities,
(b) uses,
(c) dispositions, or
(d) ancillary facilities
may have on public land or a class of public land.
(2) The Minister must not establish a disturbance standard unless the Minister is satisfied that appropriate public consultation has first been conducted.
(3) Where the holder of a disposition agrees to comply with a standard that is higher than a disturbance standard applicable to the disposition, the Minister may, by order, reduce any rental or other fees that would otherwise be payable under the Act by the holder in respect of the disposition.


4. Agreements among holders.
(1) Holders of dispositions respecting the same land and holders or owners of adjoining land may enter into agreements respecting
(a) activities occurring on the land that is the subject of the dispositions or on the adjoining land,
(b) the conduct of business by them that relates to the land that is the subject of the dispositions or to the adjoining land,
(c) the allocation of costs payable by or among them, or
(d) any other matter that could be the subject of a disturbance standard applicable to the dispositions, to the subject land or to the adjoining land.
(2) The Minister may elect to be a party to any agreement made under subsection (1) respecting land that is under the administration of the Minister.
(3) If the Minister is a party to an agreement under subsection (1), the Minister may rescind the Minister’s agreement at any time on giving one year’s notice in writing to every other party to the agreement.
(4) Notice under subsection (3) may be given to a party by sending the notice to the address provided to the Department by that party.
(5) The Minister may cancel an agreement to the extent that it relates to public land under the administration of the Minister, whether or not the Minister is a party to the agreement, by using the same procedure that section 27 of the Act sets out for the cancellation of dispositions.


5. Ancillary facilities.
(1) In this section, “ancillary facility” means a structure identified as an ancillary facility in a disturbance standard.
(2) Before constructing or occupying an ancillary facility, the holder of a formal disposition, a timber disposition or a registered fur management licence must apply for and obtain
(a) a disposition under subsection (3), and
(b) any other disposition required by an applicable disturbance standard referred to in subsection (1).
(3) The director may issue a disposition authorizing the construction or occupation, or both, of an ancillary facility if
(a) the proposed ancillary facility is located on the land that is the subject of a formal disposition or a timber disposition held by the applicant, or is located within a registered fur management area to which a registered fur management licence held by the applicant relates,
(b) the proposed ancillary facility complies with all applicable disturbance standards, and
(c) the holder certifies that the proposed ancillary facility will be occupied
(i) only for the purposes for which the formal disposition, timber disposition or registered fur management licence was issued, and
(ii) for a total of fewer than 180 days in each calendar year during which the formal disposition, timber disposition or registered fur management licence is in effect.
(4) The director may issue a disposition for an ancillary facility that was constructed and occupied before the coming into force of this section if the requirements of subsection (3) are met.
(5) A disposition issued under this section expires on the expiry, cancellation, assignment, transfer or abandonment of the formal disposition, timber disposition or registered fur management licence in respect of which it was issued.


6. Sale of public land.
(1) In this section, “sell” means to transfer, as defined in the Land Titles Act, for valuable consideration, and includes a notification issued under section 30 of the Act or an instrument of transfer prescribed under the Land Titles Act.
(2) The Minister may, subject to the Act and regulations, sell public land by public auction, private sale or tender, on the terms and conditions the Minister considers appropriate and at a price not less than the fair value of the land.
(3) In determining the price at which the land will be sold, the Minister may take into consideration the purposes for which the land will be used.


7. Exchange of public land. The Minister may, subject to the Act and regulations and any applicable ALSA regional plan, exchange public land for other land if, in the opinion of the Minister, adequate compensation is obtained for the public land.


8. Rejection of application where certain debts owed. The Minister, a director or an officer, as the case may be, may refuse an application where the applicant has a debt owing to the Crown, or, with regard to any public land, owes arrears of taxes to a municipality.


9. Application for formal disposition.
(1) An application to the director for a formal disposition
(a) must be made in a form acceptable to the director,
(b) must contain an accurate description, acceptable to the director, of the land to which the application relates,
(c) must, subject to any waiver under subsection (3), be accompanied with all applicable fees and other charges prescribed under section 9.1 of the Act,
(d) must, if the application is for a disposition under section 5 authorizing the construction or occupation of an ancillary facility, be accompanied with a statement in a form acceptable to the director certifying the matters referred to in section 5(3)(c),
(e) must, if the application relates to public land that is already the subject of a disposition under the Act or a timber disposition, be accompanied with a statement of consent, in a form acceptable to the director, that is signed by the disposition holder or timber disposition holder,
(f) must be accompanied with a statement, in a form acceptable to the director, in which the applicant certifies that all proposed developments on the land to which the application relates will comply with all applicable disturbance limits, and
(g) must be accompanied with any other documentation required under Part 3.
(2) Within 30 days after service of a notice from the director requiring it, an applicant for a disposition must deliver to the director
(a) security in an amount and form acceptable to the director for the performance of some or all of the applicant’s obligations under the Act, the regulations and the disposition applied for, and
(b) any relevant information the director requests for the purposes of considering the application.
(3) The director may waive the application of clause (1)(c) for any particular application and instead issue an invoice to the applicant for payment of any applicable fees or charges under section 9.1 of the Act, which invoice may be enforced as a debt owing to the Crown.
(4) Subsection (1)(e) does not apply to an application for renewal under section 18.
(5) The director
(a) must reject an application if it does not meet the requirements of this section or if the applicant is served with a notice under subsection (2) and does not comply with that subsection, and
(b) in any other case, must accept the application and proceed to consider it on its merits.
(6) The director must register a notice of the acceptance or rejection of an application under this section within 30 days after receiving the application.
(7) Where an application is rejected under this section, the director must notify the applicant of the rejection in writing as soon as possible.


10. Issuance of formal disposition.
(1) The director may issue or refuse to issue a formal disposition applied for under section 9.
(2) The director may issue a formal disposition subject to any terms and conditions the director considers appropriate.
(3) The terms and conditions of a formal disposition may be more stringent, but may not be less stringent, than applicable terms and conditions provided for in the Act and regulations.
(4) The director must register a notice of the issuance or refusal to issue within one year after registering a notice under section 9(6).
(5) Where the director refuses to issue a formal disposition to an applicant, the applicant may submit a written request to the director requesting written reasons for the decision.
(6) Written reasons requested under subsection (5) must be provided to the applicant within 12 days after receipt of the request.


11. Application for authorization.
(1) An application to the director or an officer for an authorization
(a) must be made in a form and manner acceptable to the director or the officer to whom it is made,
(b) must contain an accurate description, acceptable to the director or the officer to whom the application is made, of the land to which the application relates, and
(c) subject to subsection (3), must be accompanied with all applicable fees and charges prescribed under section 9.1 of the Act.
(2) Within 30 days after service of a notice from the director or officer requiring it, an applicant for an authorization must deliver to the director or officer
(a) security, in an amount and form acceptable to the director or officer, for the performance of some or all of the applicant’s obligations under the Act, the regulations and the authorization applied for, in addition to any other security deposited with the Department by or on behalf of the applicant,
(b) a statement of consent, in a form acceptable to the director or officer, respecting the applicant’s access to the land to which the application relates, and
(c) any other relevant information the director or officer requests for the purposes of considering the application.
(3) The director or officer may waive the application of subsection (1)(c) and instead issue an invoice to the applicant for payment of any applicable fees or charges prescribed under section 9.1 of the Act, which invoice may be enforced as a debt owing to the Crown.
(4) The director or officer
(a) must reject the application if it does not meet the requirements of subsection (1) or if the applicant is served with a notice under subsection (2) and does not comply with that subsection, and
(b) in any other case, must accept the application and proceed to consider it on its merits.
(5) The director or officer must register a notice of the acceptance or rejection of an application under this section within 30 days after receiving the application.
(6) Where an application is rejected under this section, the director or officer must notify the applicant of the rejection in writing as soon as possible.


12. Issuance of authorization.
(1) The director or the officer to whom an application under section 11 is made may issue or refuse to issue the authorization.
(2) The director or officer may issue an authorization subject to any terms and conditions the director or officer considers appropriate.
(3) The terms and conditions of an authorization may be more stringent, but may not be less stringent, than applicable terms and conditions provided for in the Act and regulations.
(4) The director or officer must register a notice of the issuance or refusal to issue within 90 days of registering a notice under section 11(5).


13. Application for approval.
(1) An application to the Minister or the director for an approval
(a) must be made in a form and manner acceptable to the Minister or the director,
(b) must, if the application is for an approval respecting the assignment of a grazing lease, be accompanied with proof of any applicable circumstances referred to in section 156(2),
(c) must, if the application is for the director’s approval under section 61(1)(b), be accompanied with a record of refusal of entry by the holder of the grazing lease,
(d) must, if the application is for an approval respecting the assignment of a grazing disposition, be accompanied with proof of any rental credit balance referred to in section 159,
(e) must, if the application is for the director’s approval under section 140(1)(b), be accompanied with a record of refusal of camping by the other operator,
(f) must be accompanied with a copy of
(i) any provisions of the Act or regulations requiring the applicant to obtain the approval,
(ii) any provisions of an applicable ALSA regional plan requiring the applicant to obtain the approval, and
(iii) any formal disposition or authorization requiring the applicant to obtain the approval,
and
(g) subject to any waiver under subsection (3), must be accompanied with all applicable fees and other charges prescribed under section 9.1 of the Act.
(2) Within 30 days after service of a notice from the Minister or the director requiring it, an applicant for an approval must deliver to the Minister or the director
(a) security in an amount and form acceptable to the Minister or director for the performance of some or all of the applicant’s obligations under the Act, the regulations and the approval applied for, in addition to any other security deposited with the Department by or on behalf of the applicant, and
(b) any other relevant information the Minister or the director requests for the purposes of considering the application.
(3) The Minister or the director may waive the application of subsection (1)(g) for any particular application and instead issue an invoice to the applicant for any applicable fees or charges under section 9.1 of the Act, which invoice may be enforced as a debt owing to the Crown.
(4) The Minister or the director
(a) must reject the application if it does not meet the requirements of this section or if the applicant is served with a notice under subsection (2) and does not comply with that subsection, and
(b) in any other case, must accept the application and proceed to consider it on its merits.
(5) The director must register a notice of the acceptance or rejection of an application under this section within 30 days after receiving the application.
(6) Where an application is rejected under this section, the director must notify the applicant of the rejection in writing as soon as possible.


14. Issuance of approval.
(1) The Minister or the director may issue or refuse to issue an approval applied for under section 13.
(2) The Minister or the director may issue an authorization subject to any terms and conditions the Minister or the director considers appropriate.
(3) The terms and conditions of an authorization may be more stringent, but may not be less stringent, than applicable terms and conditions provided for in the Act and regulations.
(4) The director must register a notice of the issuance or refusal within 90 days after registering a notice under section 13(5).


15. Deemed rejection.
(1) Subject to this section, an application under section 9, 11 or 13 is deemed to have been rejected if the director does not register a notice under section 9(6), 11(5) or 13(5) within the 30-day period provided by those sections.
(2) The director may, by written notice to the applicant, extend the 30-day period referred to in subsection (1) for a further period not exceeding 90 days if the director considers it appropriate to do so in the circumstances.
(3) If an applicant requires regulatory approval for a development on land that is the subject of a disposition for which the applicant has applied, the director may, by written notice to the applicant, extend the period referred to in subsection (1) for an indefinite period pending the outcome of any proceedings related to the regulatory approval.
(4) A deemed rejection under this section is appealable under Part 10.


16. Consideration of disturbance standards. Where the Minister, the director or an officer is issuing, amending or renewing a disposition, the Minister, director or officer must take into consideration any applicable disturbance standards and may specify any terms and conditions in the disposition that the Minister, the director or officer considers appropriate to help ensure that the disturbance limits are complied with.


17. Renewal of dispositions.
(1) Subject to the Act, this Regulation and any applicable ALSA regional plan, where the holder of a disposition is in compliance with the Act, this Regulation and the terms and conditions of the disposition, the director may, on application by the holder, renew the disposition.
(2) The director may, subject to the Act and this Regulation and any applicable ALSA regional plan,
(a) renew a disposition under subsection (1) for any period of time the director considers appropriate, and
(b) on renewing a disposition under subsection (1), add to, vary or delete the terms and conditions to which the disposition was previously subject.


18. Application for renewal.
(1) A holder of a disposition may, at any time after at least one half of the term of the disposition has expired but no later than one year before the expiry of its term, make an application to the director to renew the disposition.
(2) An application for renewal of a formal disposition must be made in accordance with section 9.
(3) An application for renewal of an authorization must be made in accordance with section 11.
(4) If a holder of a formal disposition or an authorization applies to renew the formal disposition or authorization before development contemplated in, or required by, the formal disposition or authorization has occurred in respect of the subject land, the director may
(a) require the holder to attend at the office of the director to answer questions and provide information about when the development will occur,
(b) approve renewal of the authorization or formal disposition for any term the director considers appropriate in the circumstances but not exceeding any maximum term set by or under the Act or this Regulation for that class of disposition,
(c) refuse the renewal, or
(d) direct that, on the expiry of the current term of the formal disposition or authorization, any right or interest of the holder in the subject land be offered for sale by public tender or auction.
(5) If, on questioning the holder under subsection (4)(a), the director is not satisfied that the land under the disposition will be developed on a timely basis, the director may refuse to renew the disposition.


19. Issuance. A disposition must be in writing and may be issued by electronic means.


20. Expiry.
(1) Where a disposition expires without an application for renewal being made by its holder, the director may register its expiry without notice to the former holder of the disposition.
(2) Where an application for renewal of a disposition is made and is rejected or refused, all rights and interests of the disposition holder in respect of the subject land cease on the expiry or cancellation of the disposition.
(3) Where a disposition expires without being renewed and the former holder of the disposition does not vacate the subject land, the former holder is deemed to be an overholding tenant on a month-to-month basis in respect of the subject land, and the director may do one or more of the following as the director considers appropriate in the circumstances:
(a) take one or more enforcement actions in respect of the subject land or any activity on it;
(b) issue a formal disposition to the holder of the expired disposition in place of the expired disposition, whether or not an application has been made for the formal disposition;
(c) issue an authorization to the holder of the expired disposition to carry out any work on the subject land that the director considers necessary, whether or not an application has been made for the authorization;
(d) dispose of chattels and improvements in accordance with section 62 of the Act;
(e) direct that any interest of the holder in the subject land be offered for sale by public tender or auction.
(4) The director may act under this section in addition to exercising one or more of the director’s powers under section 62 of the Act.


21. Duties of holders.
(1) The holder of a formal disposition
(a) must pay promptly and regularly, as it becomes due and payable, any tax, rate or assessment that is duly assessed and charged against the holder of the formal disposition or against the subject land,
(b) must pay promptly and regularly any rent, rate, royalty, charge or fee that is payable by the holder under the formal disposition, the Act or this Regulation,
(c) must comply with the Act, its regulations, all other applicable enactments of Alberta or Canada and any applicable municipal bylaws,
(d) must comply with the terms and conditions of the formal disposition,
(e) must comply with any disturbance limits applicable to the formal disposition or the subject land,
(f) must, on the expiry, cancellation, surrender or abandonment of the formal disposition, reclaim the subject land to an equivalent land capability,
(g) shall not cause or allow unauthorized loss or damage on the subject land,
(h) shall not cause or allow the accumulation of garbage, debris or other waste on the subject land unless authorized under the formal disposition, by an approval issued in connection with the formal disposition or by an authorization issued to the holder,
(i) shall not use or allow the use of a structure or building on the subject land as a dwelling place or an office unless the director has first issued a formal disposition, an approval or an authorization to the holder for that use,
(j) must keep in a good state of repair any building or other improvement situated on the subject land and used or occupied by the holder under the terms of any other disposition issued to the holder in respect of the same land,
(k) must, if the formal disposition is a grazing disposition, comply with the provisions of any notices issued to the holder under section 53(2),
(l) must, if the formal disposition is a grazing disposition, comply with the provisions of any approvals issued to the holder under section 55, 56 or 57,
(m) must, if the formal disposition is a disposition authorizing the grazing of bison, comply with the provisions of any approvals issued to the holder under section 72 or 76, and
(n) shall not cause or allow the construction of any buildings or improvements on the land under the formal disposition other than those approved under the formal disposition, an approval, an authorization, or another formal disposition issued to the holder relating to the same land.
(2) The holder of an authorization
(a) must comply with the terms and conditions of the authorization,
(b) must pay promptly and regularly any rent, rate, royalty, charge or fee that is payable by the holder under the authorization and this Regulation,
(c) must comply with the Act, its regulations, all other applicable enactments of Alberta and Canada, any applicable municipal by-laws and the terms and conditions of the formal disposition or other disposition to which the authorization relates,
(d) must comply with any disturbance standards applicable to the authorization or the subject land,
(e) must, on the expiry or cancellation of the authorization, restore the subject land to an equivalent land capability,
(f) shall not cause or loss or damage on subject land except where authorized by the authorization, by the formal disposition or other disposition to which the authorization relates or by an approval given in relation to it,
(g) shall not cause or allow the accumulation of garbage, debris or other waste on the subject land unless authorized by the authorization issued to the holder in respect of the same land, or by another disposition related to the authorization,
(h) shall not use or allow the use of a structure or building on the subject land as a dwelling place or an office except where authorized by the authorization, the disposition to which the authorization relates, an approval given in relation to the authorization or another authorization issued to the holder for that use,
(i) must keep and maintain in a good state of repair any building or other improvement situated on the subject land and used or occupied by the holder, and
(j) shall not cause or allow the construction of any buildings or improvements on the land under the authorization except where authorized by the authorization, the disposition to which the authorization relates, an approval given in relation to the authorization or another authorization issued to the holder in respect of the same land.
(3) The holder of an approval
(a) must comply with the terms and conditions of the approval,
(b) must pay promptly and regularly any rent, rate, royalty, charge or fee that is payable by the holder under the Act, this Regulation or the approval, and
(c) must comply with the Act, its regulations, all other applicable enactments of Alberta and Canada, any applicable municipal bylaws and the terms and conditions of the formal disposition, other disposition or authorization to which the approval relates.


22. Security.
(1) Where the Minister or the director considers it appropriate to do so, the Minister or director may require a holder to provide security to the Department in the amount and form acceptable to the Minister or director, in addition to any other security deposited with the Department by or on behalf of the holder under subsection (3) or section 9, 11 or 13.
(2) Where the director considers that a holder has contravened
(a) section 21(1)(g), (h), (i) or (n) or (2)(f), (g), (i) or (j), or
(b) a term or condition of the disposition,
the director may order the holder to carry out the work specified in the order in the manner and within the time specified in the order.
(3) Where the holder fails to comply with an order under subsection (2) to the director’s satisfaction, the Department may
(a) do the work or cause it to be done, and
(b) order the forfeiture of all or part of the security deposit, if any, paid by the holder, in an amount equal to the reasonable costs of doing the work, as determined by the director.
(4) If there is no security deposit or if the amount of the security deposit is insufficient to cover the costs, the Department may recover the costs or the excess amount, as the case may be, from the holder as a debt owing to the Crown.


23. Reclamation of land.
(1) The director may, on application by the holder of a disposition or on the director’s own initiative, issue an approval to a person for the restoration and reclamation of the subject land.
(2) An approval issued under this section may
(a) require or permit the holder to restore the land to
(i) an equivalent land capability, or
(ii) a condition that complies with the Act, this Regulation and any applicable ALSA regional plan,
(b) waive the requirements of section 21(1)(f) or (2)(e),
(c) waive any requirements of the disposition relating to reclamation of the subject land, or
(d) require or permit the holder to do anything that the director reasonably believes is necessary for the proper reclamation of the lands. (Alta. Reg. 62/2013, s. 6(a))
(3) A person to whom an approval is issued under this section is bound by the terms and conditions of the disposition in respect of which the approval is issued, whether or not that person is the holder of the disposition. (Alta. Reg. 62/2013, s. 6(b))
(4) If the holder contravenes section 21(1)(f) or (2)(e) or causes or allows a contravention of an approval issued under this section, the director may issue an order directing the reclamation of the land.
(5) This section applies in addition to any applicable requirements respecting conservation and reclamation under the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act and in addition to the requirements of any applicable ALSA regional plan.


24. Indemnification. The holder of a disposition must keep the Minister indemnified against all actions, claims and demands brought or made against the Minister by reason of anything done by the holder in the exercising a right, power or privilege or carrying out a duty under the disposition.


25. Waiver of condition. A waiver by a duly authorized official of the Department of the strict performance or observance by the holder or a person of a condition to which a disposition is subject is not binding on the Crown unless it is in writing, and the waiver does not abrogate any condition or operate to waive any subsequent breach of the same or any other condition.


26. Retrospective disposition. If a disposition is issued to replace an authorization granted under section 20 of the Act in relation to the same land, the disposition must be given the same effective date as was given to the authorization being replaced.


27. Fences. The holder of a disposition must, at the holder’s sole expense, comply with any written direction of the director respecting the construction, maintenance and repair of any fences, gates and cattle guards bounding or within the subject land.


28. Monthly billing.
(1) In this section, “charge” means
(a) any rent, fee or penalty payable under the Act;
(b) interest on late payment of all or a part of an amount referred to in clause (a) that is payable under section 29.
(2) Despite any regulation under the Act and despite any term or condition of a disposition or an agreement under the Act, but subject to subsection (3), where the Minister issues monthly invoices to a person responsible for paying a charge, the person must pay the charge
(a) in accordance with and in compliance with the terms and conditions of the monthly invoice, and
(b) on or before the due date specified in the monthly invoice.
(3) The Minister may exempt a person or a class of persons from the application of subsection (2) in respect of one or more charges.


29. Interest on money owing.
(1) The interest on money payable as the whole or part of the consideration under a disposition leading to title, the payment of which is deferred to a date subsequent to the date of the disposition, is payable at the following rates:
(a) 6% per year with respect to dispositions issued on or after December 1, 1973, but before July 1, 1982;
(b) 12% per year with respect to dispositions issued on or after July 1, 1982, but before April 30, 1984;
(c) 8% per year with respect to dispositions issued on or after April 30, 1984.
(2) The interest on money payable under any disposition that is not paid within one month from the date it is due is payable at the rate of 1% compounded monthly.


Part 2 — General Access to Public Land and Trespass


30. Definitions. In this Part,
(a) “access permit” means an authorization issued under section 37;
(b) “commercial purpose” means a use or activity undertaken
(i) with an intention that the use or activity may produce an economic benefit, whether for the person or persons that undertake the use or activity or for a charity or other person, or
(ii) in connection with the business of the person or persons that undertake the use or activity;
(c) “director” means the director designated for the purposes of section 20 of the Act;
(d) “recreational purpose” means a use or activity, including without limitation the following, that is undertaken for a purpose other than a commercial purpose:
(i) hunting as defined in the Wildlife Act;
(ii) camping;
(iii) fishing;
(iv) boating;
(v) nature study, including viewing, drawing and photographing;
(vi) staging for air travel including hang-gliding and hot-air ballooning, but not including air travel by aerodromes within the meaning of the Aeronautics Act (Canada);
(vii) human-powered travel, including hiking, swimming, underwater diving, snorkelling, skiing, snowshoeing, skating and sliding;
(viii) animal-powered travel, including dog-sledding, horseback riding, carting and tracking;
(ix) the use of any conveyance;
(e) “trail” means an area of vacant public land that is travelled by people at any time in a calendar year, and that is all or part of
(i) a publicly-owned road other than a primary highway as defined in the Public Highways Development Act,
(ii) a publicly-owned trail,
(iii) a bridge or other river crossing, or
(iv) a parking area
that has been the subject of any development to enable use of the trail by motor vehicles or any other conveyance.


31. Entry for public health or safety purposes. Any person may enter on vacant public land without an access permit for the purposes of taking any action referred to in section 176(a) or (b) and may occupy that land for any length of time required for the action.


Division 1 — Public Use of Vacant Public Land


32. General licence respecting recreational purposes.
(1) Subject to this Part, any person may enter on and occupy vacant public land for a recreational purpose.
(2) Subject to section 34, a person wishing to enter on and occupy vacant public land, other than a trail, for a recreational purpose must apply for and obtain an access permit before entering on the land if
(a) the person intends to undertake a use or activity on the vacant public land that could reasonably be expected to occur for a period longer than 14 days,
(b) a closure imposed by a competent authority under any law in force in Alberta is in effect for all or part of the vacant public land,
(c) the entry on and occupation of the vacant public land has been prohibited under Division 3 of this Part,
(d) the use or activity is likely to cause unreasonable loss or damage to the vacant public land, or
(e) the use or activity is likely to contravene a disturbance standard applicable to the vacant public land.


33. General licence respecting trails.
(1) Subject to this Part, any person may enter on and occupy a trail on vacant public land for a recreational or commercial purpose.
(2) Subject to section 34, a person wishing to enter on and occupy a trail on vacant public land must apply for and obtain an access permit before entering on the land if
(a) the person intends to undertake a use or activity on the vacant public land that could reasonably be expected to occur for a period longer than 14 days,
(b) a closure imposed by a competent authority under any law in force in Alberta is in effect for vacant public land comprising all or part of the trail or adjoining the trail,
(c) the entry on and occupation of the vacant public land has been prohibited under Division 3 of this Part,
(d) the trail is a closed road as defined in section 54.01 of the Act,
(e) the use or activity is likely to cause unreasonable loss or damage to the vacant public land comprising all or part of the trail, or
(f) the use or activity is likely to contravene a disturbance standard applicable to the vacant public land comprising all or part of the trail.


34. Restrictions and paramountcy.
(1) Vacant public land that is within a public land use zone, a public land recreation area, or a public land recreation trail may be entered on and occupied only in accordance with Division 1 of Part 9.
(2) The Wilderness Areas, Natural Areas, Ecological Reserves and Heritage Rangelands Act prevails, to the extent of any conflict with a provision of this Part, in respect of vacant public land that is within a natural area, a wilderness area, an ecological reserve or a heritage rangeland.
(3) The Willmore Wilderness Park Act and the Forest Land Use and Management Regulations (AR 197/76) prevail, to the extent of any conflict with a provision of this Part, in respect of vacant public land that is within the Willmore Wilderness Park.
(4) The Forest Reserves Act and its regulations prevail, to the extent of any conflict with a provision of this Part, in respect of vacant public land that is within a forest reserve.
(5) The Forest and Prairie Protection Act and its regulations prevail, to the extent of any conflict with a provision of this Part, in respect of vacant public land that is within a forest protection area.
(6) Nothing in this section affects any requirement under the Act or this Regulation to obtain a disposition in respect of public land.


35. Direction to leave.
(1) If an officer reasonably believes that any person’s occupation or use of any area of vacant public land for recreational purposes observed by the officer has occurred, or is likely to occur, for a period longer than 14 days and no access permit or other disposition has been issued to the person with respect to the occupation or use, the officer may, in the officer’s discretion, order the person to vacate the vacant public land for a period of up to 72 hours.
(2) A person who is ordered to leave under this section must comply with the order immediately.


Division 2 — Access Permits


36. Access permits for commercial purposes.
(1) A person must apply for and obtain an access permit before entering on or occupying vacant public land for a commercial purpose.
(2) Subsection (1) does not apply
(a) to a holder of a disposition issued in respect of the vacant public land,
(b) to a holder of an exploration approval under the Exploration Regulation (AR 284/2006) or the Metallic and Industrial Minerals Exploration Regulation (AR 213/98) issued in respect of the vacant public land,
(c) to a holder of a timber disposition issued in respect of the vacant public land,
(d) to a holder of a registered fur management licence issued in respect of the vacant public land, or
(e) if the proposed entry and occupation is only for a purpose described in an applicable disturbance standard as being capable of being carried out on the vacant public land without an access permit.
(3) Subsection (1) does not apply to the proposed entry or occupation of a trail
(a) to a holder of a disposition issued in respect of the trail,
(b) to a holder of an exploration approval issued under the Exploration Regulation (AR 284/2006) or the Metallic and Industrial Minerals Exploration Regulation (AR 213/98) in respect of the trail,
(c) to a holder of a timber disposition issued under the Forests Act in respect of the trail,
(d) to a holder of a registered fur management licence issued under the Wildlife Regulation (AR 143/97) in respect of the trail, or
(e) if the proposed entry and occupation is only for a purpose described in an applicable disturbance standard as being capable of being carried out on the trail without an access permit.


37. Issuance of access permits.
(1) The director or any duly authorized officer may issue an access permit authorizing a person to enter on and occupy a specified area of vacant public land for one or more
(a) recreational purposes,
(b) commercial purposes, or
(c) subject to the Act and this Regulation, other purposes identified in a standard, code, objective, guideline, directive or policy of the Department that is approved by the Minister, by order, and that is published in paper or electronic form and available to the public.
(2) The director or an officer may waive any or all of the requirements of section 11 with respect to an application for an access permit.


38. Terms and conditions.
(1) An access permit may be issued on any terms and conditions the director or the officer issuing the access permit considers appropriate.
(2) In determining terms and conditions under subsection (1), the director or officer must consider
(a) the purpose for which the access permit is requested,
(b) the likelihood of damage to the vacant public land as a result of the proposed entry on and occupation of the vacant public land,
(c) the likely extent of any damage referred to in clause (b),
(d) the likelihood of injury to any person or loss of or damage to any person’s property as a result of the proposed entry and occupation of the vacant public land,
(e) any applicable standard, code, objective, guideline, directive or policy of the Department that is approved by the Minister, by order, and that is published in paper or electronic form and available to the public,
(f) any applicable standard, code, objective, guideline, directive or policy of the Government of Alberta that applies to the vacant public land to which the access permit relates,
(g) any applicable disturbance standard,
(h) the right, title and interest of the Crown in the public land, and
(i) any applicable ALSA regional plan.
(3) The holder of an access permit is bound by the terms and conditions of the access permit despite any failure of the director or officer to consider a matter listed in subsection (2).
(4) The director or an officer may at any time amend, suspend or cancel an access permit if, in the opinion of the director or officer, there is a material change in the circumstances under which the access permit was issued.


39. Expiry of access permit.
(1) Subject to subsection (2), an access permit expires at 2:00 p.m. on the 14th day after the date of its issue.
(2) If the director or officer issuing an access permit considers it appropriate to do so, the access permit may be issued for a term of not less than 30 minutes and not more than the period provided by subsection (1).
(3) An access permit is not renewable.


40. No transfer or assignment. An access permit is not transferable and must not be assigned to any person.


41. Making access permit available. A holder of an access permit must ensure that a copy of the access permit is
(a) kept at the point of the use or activity,
(b) posted or otherwise made available as required by the Director, and
(c) produced to an officer upon request.


42. Professional outfitters. An outfitter-guide as defined in the Wildlife Regulation (AR 143/97) may, while acting in that capacity, enter on vacant public land without an access permit.


Division 3 — Trespass to Vacant Public Land


43. Prohibition. No person, other than an employee, agent or contractor of the Government of Alberta who is carrying out the person’s duties, shall enter on or occupy vacant public land that is a bed or shore of a permanent and naturally occurring body of water or a naturally occurring river, stream, watercourse or lake except
(a) where the entry and occupation is for a recreational purpose that
(i) involves boating,
(ii) involves travel on frozen ground or on ice capable of holding the weight of the conveyance without making a depression on the ground or ice or breaking the ice, or
(iii) does not involve the use of a wheeled or tracked conveyance,
(b) in accordance with a disposition issued or a consent given to the person under the Act, or
(c) where the person has a lawful right to be on the land or the entry or occupation is expressly permitted in an applicable disturbance standard or in a disposition issued to the person.


44. Prohibition — secured area. No person other than an employee, agent or contractor of the Government of Alberta who is carrying out the person’s duties shall enter on or occupy vacant public land
(a) that is surrounded by, or in the circumstances apparently is intended to be surrounded by, a fence, a natural boundary or a cordon referred to in section 48 or any combination of these, or
(b) that is enclosed in a manner that indicates the Department’s intention to keep persons off the vacant public land or to keep livestock or wildlife on or off the vacant public land,
except to the extent that the person has a lawful right to be on the land or the entry or occupation is expressly permitted in an applicable disturbance standard or in a disposition issued to the person.


45. Prohibition — trespassing.
(1) No person shall, without lawful authority, enter on or occupy an area of vacant public land in respect of which that person has had notice not to trespass.
(2) For the purposes of subsection (1), notice not to trespass may be given by the director or an officer by one or more of the following methods:
(a) an oral notice;
(b) a written notice;
(c) by placing a cordon around the area of vacant public land in accordance with section 48;
(d) by signs visibly displayed
(i) at places likely to be used to enter the area of vacant public land, or
(ii) at fence corners or along the perimeter of the area of vacant public land.
(3) Substantial compliance with subsection (2)(a), (b), (c) or (d) by the director or an officer is sufficient notice for the purposes of subsection (1).
(4) No person shall without lawful authority tear down, remove or damage a cordon referred to in subsection (2)(c) or tear down, remove, damage, deface or cover up a sign referred to in subsection (2)(d).


46. Liability of driver. Where a contravention of section 43, 44 or 45(1) or (4) is committed by means of a motor vehicle or other conveyance, the driver of the motor vehicle or other conveyance is guilty of the contravention and liable to any administrative penalty or fine imposed under the Act or this Regulation in respect of it, whether or not any other person is charged with or prosecuted in respect of the contravention.


47. Liability of owner. Where a contravention of section 43, 44 or 45(1) or (4) is committed by means of a motor vehicle to which the Traffic Safety Act applies, the registered owner of the motor vehicle is guilty of the contravention and liable to any administrative penalty or fine imposed under the Act or this Regulation in respect of it, whether or not any other person is charged with or prosecuted in respect of the contravention.


48. Notice of closure.
(1) An officer may cordon off or secure an area of vacant public land
(a) to stop or reduce specific loss or damage that is occurring within the area,
(b) to prevent specific loss or damage from occurring within the area,
(c) to stop or reduce specific harm, injury or damage that is occurring to any person, resource or thing within the area,
(d) to prevent specific harm, injury or damage from occurring to any person, resource or thing within the area, or
(e) if directed to do so by the director,
for any other specific purpose related to the administration of the Act or this Regulation, for a period not exceeding 28 days.
(2) An officer who cordons off or secures land under subsection (1) may, with the approval of the director, obtain services or retain assistance as required to complete or maintain the cordoning off or securing of the area.
(3) Where an officer cordons off or secures an area of vacant public land, the Department must make the particulars of the closure available by public notice as soon as practicable.
(4) In the absence of a cordon, a public notice under subsection (3) is deemed to be sufficient notice to any person charged with an offence in connection with the entry on and occupation of the area of vacant public land to which the notice relates.


Part 3 — Dispositions


49. Definition. In this Part, “grazing capacity”, in respect of land under a disposition, means the grazing capacity established under section 104 of the Act for that land.


Division 1 — Grazing Dispositions


General


50. Eligibility to hold grazing disposition.
(1) The director may, in accordance with this Division, issue a grazing disposition to an applicant that is
(a) an individual who is at least 18 years of age and is a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident within the meaning of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (Canada), or
(b) a corporation.
(2) If an applicant is a corporation, it shall submit with its application
(a) a copy of its certificate of incorporation or other evidence of its corporate status;
(b) a list from an officer of the corporation of the names, addresses and citizenship status of the persons that hold shares in the corporation and the number of shares held by each person;
(c) in the case of a corporation that is not incorporated in Alberta, evidence that it is entitled to carry on business in Alberta;
(d) in the case of a corporation that is incorporated under the Societies Act or the Cooperatives Act, a copy of the corporation’s bylaws;
(e) in the case of a corporation that is a grazing association, a list of its current members.


51. Information by holder. If the holder of a grazing disposition is a corporation, it must, on receipt of a written request of the director, provide the director with updated information as to the matters referred to in section 50(2) within the time specified in the request.


52. Limitation respecting corporate holder. No grazing disposition may be issued to a corporation with share capital unless
(a) the majority of the corporation’s shares are beneficially owned by residents of Alberta who are Canadian citizens or permanent residents within the meaning of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (Canada), and
(b) the shares are owned for the exclusive use and benefit of the shareholders and not in the interests of or for the benefit of any other person.


53. Range management.
(1) The holder of a grazing disposition
(a) must use the land under the grazing disposition in accordance with proper range management and conservation practices, and
(b) shall not allow the land under the grazing disposition to be grazed at a level greater than the grazing capacity for that land.
(2) The director may at any time by notice in writing to the holder adjust the number of livestock permitted to graze the land under a grazing disposition.
(3) The holder of a grazing disposition must
(a) confine the livestock to the land under the disposition and any other land that is controlled by the holder and grazed in conjunction with that land, and
(b) erect any fences and cattle guards that are necessary to ensure compliance with clause (a).
(4) The grazing disposition holder has no right to compensation for anything done under this section.


54. Return.
(1) The holder of a grazing disposition must, in accordance with the terms and conditions of the disposition or on receiving a written request from the director, submit to the director a return in a form acceptable to the director.
(2) Where a grazing disposition is held by more than one holder, the holder that completes the return must deliver a copy of the return to all other holders within a reasonable time after submitting the return to the director.
(3) Where a grazing disposition is held by more than one holder, all the holders of the disposition are bound by the information contained in the return as though they had completed or endorsed the return as to the truth of its contents.
(4) On receiving a written request from a holder for a copy of a return submitted under this section in respect of the holder’s grazing disposition, the director must provide a copy on paper or by electronic means within 30 days of receiving the request.


55. Other livestock.
(1) Subject to subsection (2) and any approval issued under subsection (3), the holder of a grazing disposition shall not allow livestock that the holder does not own to graze on the land under the grazing disposition.
(2) The members of a grazing association may graze livestock owned by them on the land under a grazing disposition issued to the grazing association.
(3) The director may, on application by the holder of a grazing disposition or on the director’s own initiative, issue to the holder an approval for the grazing of livestock that the holder does not own on the land under the grazing disposition.


56. Cultivation.
(1) Subject to any approval issued under subsection (2), the holder of a grazing disposition shall not cause or allow the clearing, breaking, ploughing, cultivating or surface disturbance of the land under the grazing disposition.
(2) The director may, on the application of the holder of a grazing disposition or on the director’s own initiative, issue an approval for the clearing, breaking, ploughing, cultivating or surface disturbance of the land under the grazing disposition.


57. Cutting of hay and timber.
(1) The director may, on application by the holder of a grazing disposition, issue an approval allowing the holder to cut hay from the land under the grazing disposition, without charge, for the purpose of feeding the holder’s livestock.
(2) The director must, in an approval under subsection (1), specify the maximum amount of hay authorized to be cut, which must not exceed 3 tonnes of hay per year per animal unit allowed by the grazing capacity for the land.
(3) A holder of a timber licence or timber permit must, before cutting timber on land under a grazing disposition, have a harvest plan in place to mitigate the impacts that the cutting or removal of the timber will have on the grazing capacity of the land.


58. Crown not liable. The Crown is not liable for claims or demands of any nature arising from injury to or loss of livestock placed on land under a grazing disposition.


Grazing Leases


59. Annual rent. The percentages set out in Schedule 1 are established for the purposes of section 103(1)(a) of the Act in respect of leased land located in Zone A, Zone B or Zone C.


60. Cutting timber.
(1) Where a grazing lease is issued for forested land, the holder of a timber disposition or another person acting under the holder’s direction and control may, subject to the terms of the timber disposition, enter and occupy the forested land for the purposes of cutting and removing the timber from it.
(2) If, in the opinion of the director designated by the Minister for the purposes of this section, a timber disposition referred to in subsection (1) does not contain terms and conditions that the director considers necessary to protect the interests of the holder of the grazing lease, the director may send a notice in writing to the holder of the timber licence or timber permit directing the holder to apply for
(a) a further disposition under this Regulation, or
(b) an amendment to the timber licence or timber permit under the Forests Act,
within a reasonable time specified in the notice.


61. Trapping.
(1) The holder of a registered fur management licence may, for the purpose of trapping fur bearing animals on the land under a grazing lease, enter on the land
(a) with the consent of the holder of the grazing lease, or
(b) if the holder of the grazing lease refuses consent, with an approval of the director.
(2) In giving an approval under subsection (1)(b), the director may impose on the holder of the registered fur management licence any terms and conditions that the director considers necessary to protect the interests of the holder of the grazing lease.
(3) If, in the opinion of the director, the proposed entry involves activities on or uses of the land requiring a disposition, the director may send a notice in writing to the holder of the registered fur management licence requiring the holder to apply for the disposition within a reasonable time determined by the director.
(4) A notice under subsection (3) may be given regardless of whether the holder of the grazing lease consents to the entry and in addition to any terms and conditions imposed under subsection (2).


Grazing Licences


62. Definition. In sections 63 to 67, “licensed area” means an area of public land that is the subject of a grazing licence.


63. Exclusive grazing rights — licensed area. A grazing licence gives the holder of the grazing licence the exclusive right to graze livestock in the licensed area.


64. Director’s powers.
(1) The director may at any time
(a) direct the holder of a grazing licence to exclude livestock from a specified part of the licensed area or to move livestock to other specified public land, and
(b) amend a grazing licence to increase or decrease the size of the licensed area.
(2) The holder of a grazing licence has no right to compensation for anything done under subsection (1).


65. Holder’s duties. The holder of a grazing licence must
(a) exercise rights under the grazing licence in a manner consistent with the rights of other authorized users of the licensed area, and
(b) not cause damage to trees or any other timber resources located on the licensed area without first obtaining an approval from the director.


66. Grazing licence in forest management area.
(1) Where a licensed area is located in a forest management area, the holder of the forest management agreement may use existing roads or trails and construct new roads or trails through the licensed area in order to carry on the holder’s forest management program, without paying any compensation to the holder of the grazing licence.
(2) If, in the opinion of the director, grazing on a licensed area that is located in a forest management area has caused significant damage to regeneration established or improvements created by the holder of the forest management agreement, the director may, in an enforcement order,
(a) direct that grazing be reduced or discontinued on all or part of the licensed area, or
(b) direct the holder of the grazing licence to pay compensation to the holder of the forest management agreement in the form and amount and within the time specified by the director.


67. Limitation of compensation.
(1) Subject to the Surface Rights Act, if the Minister authorizes a person other than the holder of a grazing licence to enter on and make a different use of the licensed area, the holder of the grazing licence is not entitled to compensation from the Crown or the authorized person for
(a) the authorized person’s entry on or use of the licensed area, or
(b) loss of grazing capacity resulting from the authorized person’s entry on or use of the licensed area.
(2) Subsection (1) does not limit the right of the holder of the grazing licence to claim compensation for loss of or damage to the holder’s personal property or improvements on the licensed area.


Grazing Permits


68. Grazing permit.
(1) The director may issue grazing permits authorizing the grazing of livestock on public land specified in the permit.
(2) A grazing permit expires on December 31 next following the date of its issue.


69. Exclusivity. A grazing permit gives the holder the exclusive right to graze the holder’s livestock on the land under the grazing permit.


Head Tax Permits


70. Issue of head tax permits. The director may issue a head tax permit to a person authorizing the grazing of livestock on public land for any period of less than 12 months within a calendar year.


71. Head tax permit not assignable. A head tax permit is not assignable.


Grazing of Bison


72. Approval to graze bison. The director may, subject to any terms and conditions the director considers appropriate, issue an approval permitting the grazing of bison on all or part of land under a grazing disposition.


73. Restriction.
(1) Subject to subsection (2), a disposition authorizing the grazing of bison must not be issued in respect of public land located in the area described in Schedule 2.
(2) Subsection (1) does not apply in respect of a disposition that is listed in Schedule 3 or to any amendment or renewal of it.


74. Cancellation.
(1) The director may cancel a disposition authorizing the grazing of bison at any time if the director considers it necessary or advisable in the circumstances.
(2) The holder of a disposition authorizing the grazing of bison has no right to compensation for anything done by the director under subsection (1).


75. Prohibition. No person shall graze bison on public land except in accordance with a disposition authorizing the grazing of bison.


76. Testing and marking.
(1) If, in the opinion of the director, it is necessary or advisable in the circumstances, the director may, by notice in writing, direct the holder of a disposition authorizing the grazing of bison to ensure that
(a) tests for disease are conducted on all bison entering the land under the disposition, and
(b) a system of marking the bison is implemented.
(2) A notice under subsection (1) must specify
(a) the details of the nature and frequency of the testing or of the marking required to be done, and
(b) whether the testing or marking is to be done before or after the bison are allowed on the land.
(3) A holder that is given a notice under subsection (1) shall comply with it in accordance with its terms.


Division 2 — Grazing Land Range Improvement


77. Approval for range improvements. A holder of a grazing disposition shall not commence any work related to a range improvement on land under a grazing disposition unless the holder
(a) has received an approval under the grazing disposition for that purpose from the director,
(b) has received an authorization for that purpose from the director under section 20 of the Act, or
(c) has entered into a range improvement agreement incorporating the terms and conditions of a range development plan.


78. Assistance. The holder of a grazing disposition may apply to the Minister for assistance in conducting range improvements under this Division.


79. Agreements respecting assistance. On an application by a holder of a grazing disposition for assistance under this Division, the Minister may do one or more of the following:
(a) issue to the applicant a disposition permitting or authorizing the range improvements on the subject land;
(b) require the applicant to provide, or to assist the Minister in the development of, a range development plan or range management plan, or both;
(c) enter into a range improvement agreement with the applicant on any terms and conditions that the Minister considers appropriate.


80. Effect of agreement. A range improvement agreement forms part of the grazing disposition to which the range improvement agreement refers.


81. Duties of holder.
(1) A holder of a grazing disposition shall conduct all range improvements in respect of which assistance is provided under this Division in accordance with
(a) any terms and conditions specified by the director,
(b) any range improvement agreement or authorization under section 20(1) of the Act, and
(c) any other disposition issued in respect of the subject land.
(2) Where assistance is granted under this Division in respect of range improvements, the grazing disposition holder must
(a) maintain the range improvements, and
(b) comply with any directions of the director with respect to the maintenance of the improvements.
(3) If the holder contravenes subsection (1) or (2), the director may, in addition to or instead of issuing an enforcement order, do any or all of the following:
(a) discontinue providing the holder with any assistance under this Division;
(b) cancel the grazing disposition;
(c) rescind any range improvement agreement with the holder.


82. Improvements belong to Crown. All range improvements in respect of which assistance is provided under this Division belong to the Crown.


83. Rental credits.
(1) The Minister may provide assistance to the holder of a grazing disposition for range improvements by granting a rental credit in an amount determined by the Minister, which may be applied toward the payment of any rent payable under the grazing disposition.
(2) Subject to section 159, rental credits are not refundable.


84. Waiver of additional rent.
(1) The Minister may provide assistance to a holder of a grazing disposition by waiving the payment of any additional rent for a period not exceeding 10 years in respect of any range that has been cleared, broken and prepared at the expense of the holder for the purpose of establishing forage crops to pasture livestock.
(2) The director may authorize the holder of a grazing disposition to use a range referred to in subsection (1) for the purpose of growing up to 5 cereal or oil seed crops during the years in which payment of additional rent is waived.


Division 3 — Farm Development


85. Definitions. In this Division,
(a) “agreement to purchase” means an agreement to purchase issued under the Farm Development and Homestead Regulation (AR 234/85) or under the Farm Development and Homestead Regulation (AR 57/73);
(b) “cultivation permit” means a cultivation permit issued under this Division;
(c) “lease” means a lease issued under this Division;
(d) “lease with option to purchase” means a lease with option to purchase issued under the Farm Development and Homestead Regulation (AR 234/85) or under the Farm Development and Homestead Regulation (AR 57/73).


86. Lease for farm development.
(1) The director may lease public land for the purpose of farm development.
(2) The term of a lease referred to in subsection (1) must not exceed 10 years.


87. Eligibility. Only a corporation or a person who is a Canadian citizen or permanent resident within the meaning of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (Canada) and is at least 18 years of age may apply for a lease.


88. Rent applied to purchase price. With respect to a lease with option to purchase, all of the rent paid by the holder of the lease for the first 5 years of the lease must be applied to the purchase price when the option is exercised.


89. Obligations under agreement to purchase.
(1) If more than one person is named as the purchaser in an agreement to purchase, each person named is jointly and severally liable for the performance of all the purchasers’ obligations under the agreement to purchase, the Act and this Regulation, regardless of the nature of the person’s tenure under the agreement to purchase.
(2) The purchase price must be paid in full before title can issue under an agreement to purchase.


90. Cultivation permits.
(1) The director may issue cultivation permits in respect of public land that authorize the permit holder to cultivate or crop the land described in the permit.
(2) A cultivation permit may also authorize the holder to graze livestock on that part of the land described in the permit that is not cultivated.
(3) Subject to subsection (4), a cultivation permit expires on December 31 next following the date on which it is issued.
(4) If a person that applies for a cultivation permit undertakes to summer fallow the land described in the permit during the year in which the permit is to be issued, the permit expires on December 31 of the year immediately following the year in which the permit is issued.


Division 4 — Licence of Occupation


91. Definitions. In this Division,
(a) “commercial user” means a person engaged in a commercial or business undertaking, but does not include a person engaged in a public works project or farming;
(b) “licence” means a licence of occupation;
(c) “licensed area” means public land that is the subject of a licence.


92. Withdrawal of land. The director may, by a notice in writing to the holder of a licence, withdraw land from the licensed area.


93. No compensation. The holder of a licence is not entitled to compensation from the Crown in respect of
(a) anything done under section 92, or
(b) the cancellation of a licence.


94. Right to construct roads. Where a licence authorizes the holder of a licence to construct a road, the holder may, subject to this Division and the terms of the licence, construct, maintain and repair the road in any manner the holder considers appropriate for the licensee’s own use and requirements.


95. Holder’s duty respecting roads. If any or all of a licensed area is a road, the holder of the licence must
(a) keep the road in a reasonable condition,
(b) provide, in accordance with the director’s written instructions, gates that are equipped with locks, and
(c) subject to sections 97 to 99, permit other persons to travel without charge along and across the road.


96. Closing roads.
(1) If a vacant disposition area is a road held under a licence, the director may close the road only by order.
(2) An order under subsection (1) must not restrict access to the road by
(a) vehicles operated on behalf of the holder of the licence referred to in subsection (1), or
(b) vehicles operated on behalf of a commercial user entitled to use the road by consent of the holder or by order of an appeal body under Part 10.
(3) An order under subsection (1) may impose terms and conditions on any disposition, including without limitation terms and conditions requiring the holder of the disposition to advertise or post notices regarding the road closure in the manner specified in the order.


97. Enforceability of order. An order under section 96 is unenforceable until it is registered and a copy of it is made publicly available.


98. Commercial use of road. A commercial user that requires use of a road in a licensed area for the purposes of the commercial user’s commercial or business undertaking may use the road only
(a) by agreement with the holder of the licence, whether reached in mediation under Part 10 or otherwise, or
(b) in the absence of an agreement with the holder of the licence, in accordance with an order under section 124(3) of the Act on an appeal under Part 10.


99. Application of Recreational Access Regulation. Sections 94 to 98 do not apply to the extent of any conflict with the Recreational Access Regulation (AR 228/2003) in respect of any part of a licensed area that is under, or that adjoins land that is under, an agricultural disposition.


Division 5 — Mineral Surface Leases


100. Definition. In this Division, “mineral producer” means a person that has the right to, or the right to work, minerals in or under public land in Alberta.


101. Issuing of lease. The director may issue mineral surface leases of public land to mineral producers that require the land for purposes in connection with or incidental to the recovery and production of mines and minerals.


102. Term of lease. A mineral surface lease must not be issued for a term that is greater than 25 years.


103. Proof of right to work minerals. The director may require an applicant for a mineral surface lease to produce proof of the applicant’s right to work the mines and minerals the recovery and production of which are the subject of the application.


104. Crossing roadway. If the whole or part of land under a mineral surface lease is intended for use as an access roadway, the lessee shall permit the holder or occupant of the land on either side of the roadway to cross the roadway without charge at all reasonable times and at the place or places designated for that purpose by the lessee.


Division 6 — Surface Material Dispositions


105. Definitions. In this Division,
(a) “lease” means a surface material lease;
(b) “licence” means a surface material licence;
(c) “operations” means the clearing, stripping, excavating, processing and removal of surface material from, and the restoration and reclamation of, public land described in a lease or licence;
(d) “operator” means the holder of a lease or licence;
(e) “public pit” means a pit that is on public land and is designated for use by one or more operators under a licence;
(f) “surcharge” means an amount of money prescribed by the Minister to be paid by an operator for the purpose of the development, administration, management, restoration or reclamation of public pits;
(g) “surface material” means clay, marl, sand, gravel, topsoil, silt and peat.


Surface Material Licences


106. Issuance and effect of licence.
(1) The director may issue licences in respect of public land.
(2) A licence entitles the holder to occupy the public land under the licence to remove surface material by surface excavation.


107. Amounts payable. In addition to any other application requirements, an applicant for a licence must submit with the application
(a) a sum equal to the royalty prescribed by the Minister for the amount of surface material the applicant intends to remove, and
(b) if the area to which the application relates is a public pit, a surcharge in an amount prescribed by the Minister.


108. Term. A licence must not be issued for a term greater than one year.


109. Licence not assignable. A licence is not assignable.


Surface Material Leases


110. Issuance and effect of lease.
(1) The director may issue surface material leases in respect of public land.
(2) A lease entitles the operator to occupy the public land under the lease to remove surface material by surface excavation.


111. Term. The term of a lease must not exceed 25 years.


112. Detailed operating plan.
(1) An operator shall not commence active operations on the land under a lease without first obtaining an approval under this section.
(2) An application for an approval under this section must be in the form approved by the Minister.
(3) An approval under this section may be given subject to any terms and conditions the director considers appropriate, including without limitation terms and conditions requiring the operator to develop, amend or complete a detailed operating plan showing the area or areas of land from which the holder intends to remove surface material and describing the methods the operator proposes to employ for removal of the surface material.
(4) The director may, by notice in writing given to an operator at any time after giving an approval to the operator under this section, require the operator
(a) to commence work in accordance with the approval, and
(b) to remove the amount of surface material specified in the notice within the time specified in the notice.


113. Annual return.
(1) An operator must annually,
(a) on or before the date prescribed by the director in a directive issued for the purposes of this section, or
(b) if no directive is issued under clause (a) in respect of a particular year, within 30 days after the end of the anniversary month of the lease,
file with the director a surface materials return in a form acceptable to the director that states the quantity of surface material removed in the preceding 12-month period from the land under the lease.
(2) A directive under subsection (1)(a) must be made publicly available and copies of it must be made available to any person on request.
(3) Subsection (1) is prescribed for the purposes of section 59.3 of the Act and the director may, by notice to an operator that contravenes subsection (1), require the operator to pay a late filing fee in an amount determined by the director.


114. Payment of royalty. An operator must remit with the return filed under section 113(1) the royalty on all surface material removed during the preceding 12-month period, at the rates prescribed by the Minister.


115. Removal of surface material by others.
(1) The Minister may, by order, authorize the Minister of Infrastructure, the Minister of Transportation or any other person to enter the land under a lease and remove surface material required for the construction or maintenance of public roads or other public works.
(2) Where an order under subsection (1) is made in respect of the Minister of Infrastructure or the Minister of Transportation, the operator is not entitled to compensation for any surface material removed under the authority of the order but the Minister of Infrastructure or the Minister of Transportation, as the case may be, may pay the operator any compensation that Minister considers appropriate.
(3) Where an order under subsection (1) is made in respect of a person other than the Minister of Infrastructure or the Minister of Transportation, the Minister of Environment and Sustainable Resource Development may require the person (Alta. Reg. 170/2012, s. 5(c))
(a) to pay the operator compensation in an amount that the Minister of Environment and Sustainable Resource Development considers appropriate, and (Alta. Reg. 170/2012, s. 5(c))
(b) to pay the Minister of Environment and Sustainable Resource Development a deposit before entering on the land, in a form, manner and amount determined by that Minister, to secure payment of the compensation referred to in clause (a). (Alta. Reg. 170/2012, s. 5(c))


General


116. Operator’s duties. An operator shall not
(a) damage any road, bridge, ferry, pipeline, dam, causeway or other work, or
(b) do anything that is likely to cause damage to or adversely affect the interest of other persons.


117. Exploration program. The director may, by order, require an operator to conduct an exploration program in order to provide proof of the existence of surface material on public land to which an application for a lease or licence relates.


118. Records.
(1) An operator must
(a) keep and maintain for each lease or licence complete and accurate books and records relating to the removal, sale and delivery of surface material from the land under the lease or licence, and
(b) make the books and records available on the written request of the director or an officer for the purpose of auditing.
(2) An operator must keep the information in books and records referred to in subsection (1) for the entire term of the lease or licence and for a further period of 3 years following the expiry or cancellation of the lease or licence.


119. Information to director. An operator must, on the written request of the director, provide to the director
(a) in a form acceptable to the director[,] any information the director requests respecting the work performed on the land under the lease or licence,
(b) copies of invoices, bills of lading and other records respecting the removal, sale and delivery of surface material, and
(c) any other records, documents and information the director requests respecting the work performed on the land under the lease or licence.


120. Surface materials auditor.
(1) It is a condition of a lease or licence that a surface materials auditor designated by the director may, without warrant, at any time during normal business hours, enter the premises or place of business of the operator or former operator where the operator or former operator’s records are kept to
(a) audit or examine any books or records referred to in section 118 for the purposes of verifying or calculating the royalty payable on surface materials removed under the lease or licence, and
(b) examine any property, process or matter that may, in the auditor’s opinion, provide assistance in determining the accuracy of an inventory or in ascertaining the information that is or should be in the books or records of the operator or in ascertaining the amount of royalty that is payable.
(2) The condition referred to in subsection (1) survives the cancellation or expiration of the lease or licence.


Division 7 — Pipeline Dispositions


121. Definitions. In this Division,
(a) “agreement” means an agreement referred to in section 122;
(b) “lease” means a lease referred to in section 128(1);
(c) “operator” means a person that, in the course of business authorized under an Act of Alberta or Canada,
(i) constructs a pipeline or undertakes any operations preparatory to its construction, or
(ii) operates a pipeline;
(d) “pipeline” means a pipeline for the transmission of fluid or gaseous substances;
(e) “pipeline installation” means any equipment, apparatus, mechanism, machinery or instrument that is incidental to the operation of a pipeline, including, without limitation,
(i) a separator, pumping station, metering facility, tank, pump, rack, storage facility or loading or other terminal facility or other structure connected to the pipeline for treating the substance that is being or that is to be transmitted, and
(ii) any other installation that the director considers to be a pipeline installation,
but does not include a refinery, processing plant, marketing plant or a right of way installation;
(f) “right of way” means the public land that is the subject of an agreement;
(g) “right of way installation” means any equipment, apparatus, mechanism, machinery or instrument that is incidental to the operation of a pipeline and is within a right of way, including, without limitation,
(i) a bridge or support structure for a pipeline above the surface, and
(ii) a valve, valve box, drip, blow down, connection, foundation, scraper trap and a [cathodic] protection apparatus,
and any other installation that the director considers to be a right of way installation.


Agreements


122. Pipeline agreements. The director may, on behalf of the Crown, enter into an agreement with an operator that requires public land
(a) for the purposes of a pipeline that the operator is authorized to construct, and
(b) for the purposes of a right of way installation that is incidental to the pipeline.


123. Other dispositions.
(1) Every agreement is subject to an easement in favour of the Crown and, if the Crown makes or has made a disposition of land and that disposition is made subject to the agreement, the person to whom the disposition is made may use the surface layer of the right of way
(a) to grow crops and graze livestock,
(b) to erect fences, if they are necessary extensions of those already erected to enclose or partition the land adjoining the right of way, and
(c) for the purposes of a road crossing the right of way.
(2) Despite the existence of an agreement, the director may include part of a right of way that is required for a road crossing in land in respect of which a licence of occupation for a roadway is issued under Division 4 of this Part.
(3) Where a right of way contains an installation, subsections (1)(a) to (c) and (2) do not apply in respect of the right of way.
(4) Nothing in subsection (1) or (2) derogates from the right of the operator to enter the right of way for any of the purposes for which the agreement was entered into.
(5) Despite subsection (4), an operator that enters a right of way and causes damage to
(a) crops, whether standing or cut, on the right of way,
(b) personal property, including livestock, on the right of way,
(c) any resource on the right of way, or
(d) a fence, road or other improvement on the right of way
is liable to pay compensation to the Crown or any other person legally entitled to it.
(6) An operator may, instead of paying compensation under subsection (5), agree with the Crown or other person to repair or replace the crops, personal property, resource or improvements.


124. Access over public land.
(1) Every agreement grants the operator the right of access to and from the right of way over any public land on either side of the right of way from the nearest public highway, road or road allowance, whether or not there is an occupant on the public land.
(2) If an operator exercises a right of access under subsection (1), the operator is liable to pay compensation to the Department and to any lawful occupant of the public land for any damage caused in the course of exercising the right of access.


125. Additional pipeline.
(1) An operator may, with the consent of the director, lay down, construct and install more than one pipeline within the limits of the right of way and, on obtaining the consent, has the same rights with respect to the additional pipeline as with respect to the original pipeline.
(2) If an additional pipeline is laid down, constructed and installed under subsection (1), the operator is liable to pay compensation to the Department and to any lawful occupant of the right of way or of land adjoining the right of way for any damage caused in the course of the laying down, constructing, operating, maintaining, inspecting, altering, removing, replacing, reconstructing or repairing the additional pipeline and the right of way installations that are incidental to the pipeline.


126. No removal of surface material. An operator shall not remove from the right of way any sand, gravel, clay, marl, topsoil, silt or peat found within it.


127. Completion of work.
(1) For the purposes of subsection (2)(b), “equivalent land capability” means a condition in which the ecosystem processes on the land within the right of way are capable of producing goods and services of a quality and in a quantity that is at least equivalent to that which existed before
(a) a disposition identified by the director was issued in respect of the land, or
(b) the pipeline was laid down, constructed or installed within the right of way,
whichever the director directs.
(2) Except where a pipeline is lawfully constructed above the surface of the right of way, an operator that lays down, constructs or installs a pipeline within the limits of a right of way must
(a) bury the pipeline, and
(b) restore and reclaim, to the director’s satisfaction, the right of way to an equivalent land capability
within one year after the date of execution of the agreement, in the case of the first pipeline constructed in the right of way, and within one year after the date of an approval under section 125(1), in the case of an additional pipeline in the right of way.
(3) If the director considers it appropriate to do so, the director may, in writing, extend the one-year period provided by subsection (2) at any time before or after it expires.
(4) If the director considers it appropriate to do so, the director may, in writing, waive or vary the requirements of subsection (2)(b).


Leases


128. Issuing leases.
(1) An operator may apply for and obtain a lease of public land as a site for the operator’s pipeline installation.
(2) The director may require an applicant for a lease to produce proof that the applicant is an operator and that the land applied for is required as a site for a pipeline installation.


129. Term of lease. The term of a lease must not exceed 25 years.


130. Crossing roadway. If the whole or part of land under a lease includes land that is intended for use as an access roadway, the holder of the lease shall permit the holder or occupant of the land on either side of the roadway to cross the roadway, without charge, at all reasonable times at the place or places designated by the holder of the lease as crossing points.


131. Sale of land under lease.
(1) If, after a lease is issued, land that is located in the same quarter section as all or part of the land under the lease is located is disposed of under the Act by way of an agreement for sale, the Minister may by notice in writing require the operator to
(a) have the leased land surveyed,
(b) register the plan of survey under the Land Titles Act, and
(c) deliver to the Minister a registered plan of survey that is certified to be a true copy by the Registrar under the Land Titles Act,
in a manner and within the time specified in the notice.
(2) Subsection (1) does not apply if the land under the lease is described in the lease by reference to a registered plan of survey.


Division 8 — Commercial Trail Riding Dispositions


132. Definitions. In this Division,
(a) “base camp” means the base of operations for which a lease is granted;
(b) “commercial trail riding operation” means a business enterprise that provides recreational horseback riding trips of varying duration;
(c) “day use trail ride management area” means an area designated by an order of the Minister as adaptable for commercial trail riding use where no overnight camping is permitted as part of the operation;
(d) “lease” means a lease granted for a base camp;
(e) “multiple operator trail ride management area” means an area designated by an order of the Minister as adaptable for commercial trail riding by more than one operator;
(f) “operator” means a person to whom a lease or permit is granted;
(g) “permit” means a commercial trail riding permit issued under this Division;
(h) “recreational horseback riding trips” does not include horseback riding trips for the purpose of hunting;
(i) “single operator trail ride management area” means an area designated by an order of the Minister as adaptable for commercial trail riding by one operator only;
(j) “trail ride management area” means an area of land within which a commercial trail riding operation is permitted.


133. Trail ride management areas. The Minister may, by order, on whatever terms the Minister considers appropriate, close an area that has been designated as a trail ride management area.


134. Commercial trail riding permit.
(1) The director may issue permits to persons authorizing the conducting of commercial trail riding operations on public land.
(2) No person shall conduct a commercial trail riding operation on public land without first applying for and obtaining a permit referred to in subsection (1).


135. Application for permit.
(1) An applicant for a permit must
(a) include security, in a form and amount determined by the director, for the performance of the obligations of a holder of a commercial trail riding permit, and
(b) provide proof satisfactory to the director that
(i) the applicant has an insurance policy providing public liability and property damage insurance in respect of the applicant’s trail riding operation in an amount of at least $2 000 000,
(ii) the applicant owns or leases sufficient horses and equipment for the trail riding operation, and
(iii) the applicant has guided in a commercial trail riding operation in Alberta for at least 3 of the 5 years preceding the application or has equivalent commercial trail riding operation experience satisfactory to the director.
(2) The director may, in connection with an application for a commercial trail riding permit, require the applicant to develop, amend or complete an annual operating plan.


136. Single operator. In the case of a single operator trail ride management area, the director may, in any manner the director considers appropriate, advertise for persons to apply for a permit to operate in the area.


137. Term and renewal of permit.
(1) A permit may be issued
(a) for a term not exceeding one year, or
(b) for a term of 5 years if the applicant has conducted commercial trail riding operations in a manner satisfactory to the director during the preceding 3 years.
(2) The director may, at any time during the last 2 years of the term of a permit issued under subsection (1)(b), renew the permit for an additional term of 5 years if the operator has conducted operations in a manner satisfactory to the director during the preceding 3 years.
(3) An operator shall not, in any year during the term of a permit, commence operations under the permit until after the operator has filed with the director an annual operating plan in a form and manner acceptable to the director and
(a) the 30-day period referred to in subsection (4) has expired without a written notice of the director being issued, or
(b) if a notice under subsection (4) was issued, the operator’s annual operating plan has been amended in accordance with the notice.
(4) Within 30 days after receiving an annual operating plan, the director may, by written notice to the operator, amend the annual operating plan or require the operator to amend it to the director’s satisfaction.
(5) If the director does not issue a written notice under subsection (4), the operator may commence operations under the permit.
(6) The director must not renew a permit unless the operator has filed the annual operating plan required by subsection (3).


138. Multiple areas. A permit may provide authority for the operator to operate in one or more trail ride management areas.


139. Operating season. Unless otherwise authorized by the director under section 20 of the Act, an operator shall not operate outside the period from May 15 to September 30 each year.


140. Camping.
(1) No operator shall camp in a single operator trail ride management area that has been assigned to another operator unless
(a) the other operator consents in writing to the camping, or
(b) if the other operator does not consent, the director approves the camping.
(2) An operator may pass through a trail ride management area that has been issued to another operator where it is necessary to do so in order to enter or leave a trail ride management area that has been issued to the other operator.


141. Operator’s duties. An operator must
(a) conduct operations in accordance with the permit and the annual operating plan referred to in section 137(3), and
(b) provide service on a continual basis during the period referred to in section 139.


142. Grazing.
(1) Subject to the Forest Reserves Act, its regulations and to subsection (2), an operator shall not allow horses under the operator’s control to graze on public land within a trail ride management area.
(2) Nothing in subsection (1) prohibits grazing that is incidental to the passage of horses over land in the course of normal operations under a permit.


143. Base camp lease.
(1) The director may issue a lease to an operator for the purpose of establishing a base camp in a single operator trail ride management area.
(2) The term of a lease referred to in subsection (1) must not exceed 5 years.


Division 9 — Miscellaneous Dispositions


144. Miscellaneous dispositions.
(1) The Minister may, by order, establish specific types of dispositions, including without limitation
(a) a lease,
(b) a permit,
(c) a licence,
(d) a right of way agreement,
(e) a restrictive covenant,
(f) a security interest, and
(g) a mortgage,
in respect of public land for any purpose for which no disposition is specifically provided in the Act or this Regulation, and may establish forms for the dispositions.
(2) The director may issue dispositions referred to in subsection (1).


145. Term. The term of a disposition issued under section 144 must not exceed 25 years.


Part 4 — Mortgages, Assignments, Transfers and Subleases


Division 1 — General


146. Application for approval.
(1) A holder of a disposition or a proposed mortgagee of a disposition may apply to the director for an approval giving the director’s written consent to mortgage the disposition.
(2) A holder of a disposition or a proposed assignee of a disposition may apply to the director for an approval giving the director’s written consent to assign the disposition.
(3) Subject to subsection (6), a holder of a disposition or a proposed transferee of a disposition may apply to the director for an approval giving the director’s written consent to transfer the disposition.
(4) The holder of a lease may apply to the director for an approval giving the director’s written consent to sublet the lease, but a sublease cannot be further sublet.
(5) Section 13 applies to an application under subsection (1), (2), (3) or (4).
(6) This section does not apply in respect of an application referred to in section 147.


147. Transfer on death.
(1) The personal representative of a deceased disposition holder may apply for an approval giving the director’s written consent to transfer the disposition.
(2) Section 13 applies to an application under subsection (1).
(3) If an application under subsection (1) is not accompanied with a copy of the grant of probate or letters of administration authorizing the personal representative to deal with the deceased disposition holder’s assets, the director may
(a) refuse to issue the approval, or
(b) request the personal administrator to provide a copy of the grant of probate or letters of administration within a specified time.
(4) If a copy of a grant of probate or letters of administration requested under subsection (3)(b) is not provided within the time specified in the request, the director may cancel the disposition.


148. Registration.
(1) Where the director issues an approval to mortgage, assign, transfer or sublet a disposition, the director
(a) must register the mortgage, assignment, transfer or sublease in the records of the Department, and
(b) may amend any related record in the Department’s registry to reflect the name of the approved mortgagee, assignee, transferee or sublessee.
(2) Except to the extent that any agreement under section 152(2) provides otherwise,
(a) a mortgage of a disposition is, if registered in accordance with this Part, enforceable according its terms whether or not it complies with the applicable requirements as to form,
(b) a mortgage of a disposition is of no effect after the disposition expires or is cancelled, and
(c) the director may cancel the registration of a mortgage referred to in clause (b).


149. Limitations. The director must reject an application for an approval to mortgage, assign or transfer
(a) an approval,
(b) an authorization,
(c) a cultivation permit,
(d) a grazing permit,
(e) a haying permit,
(f) a head tax permit,
(g) a miscellaneous permit,
(h) a surface material licence,
(i) a mortgage or security interest in another disposition, or
(j) a disposition that is sublet.


150. Conditional approval. An approval consenting to the assignment, transfer or sublease of a disposition may be issued under this Part on any terms and conditions the director considers appropriate, including without limitation
(a) terms and conditions varying any term or condition of the disposition,
(b) terms and conditions requiring either the holder of the disposition or the assignee, transferee or sublessee to provide security in a form and amount satisfactory to the director for the performance of the obligations under the disposition,
(c) terms and conditions requiring either the holder of the disposition or the assignee, transferee or sublessee to provide security in a form and amount satisfactory to the director for the reclamation of the lands under the disposition,
(d) terms and conditions requiring the assignee, transferee or sublessee to provide security in a form and amount satisfactory to the director, in addition to any security the mortgagee, assignee, transferee or sublessee is required to pay under clause (b) or (c), and
(e) terms and conditions providing that non-compliance with one or more specified terms or conditions voids the approval.


151. Effect of rejection, refusal or breach. Where
(a) the director rejects or refuses an application for an approval consenting to the mortgage, assignment, transfer or sublease of a disposition, or
(b) an approval is void by reason of non-compliance referred to in section 150(e),
any mortgage, assignment, transfer or sublease of the disposition is void.


Division 2 — Mortgage of Dispositions


152. Limitations.
(1) The director must reject an application for an approval giving the director’s written consent to mortgage a disposition unless the director is satisfied that
(a) the instrument creating the proposed mortgage of the disposition does not fetter the discretion of the Minister or any officer in respect of the administration of the public land under the disposition,
(b) the disposition is in good standing, and
(c) no party to the proposed mortgage is in arrears in respect of any debt to the Crown or of any taxes owing to a municipality in respect of public land.
(2) The director may, before or after consenting to a mortgage, require a mortgagee to enter into an agreement with the Department respecting
(a) the form of instrument to be used in mortgaging dispositions,
(b) the manner in which the mortgagee will realize on the security, and
(c) and any other matters related to the mortgaging of dispositions.
(3) An agreement under subsection (2) may relate to one or more mortgages and may affect those mortgages retrospectively.


Division 3 — Assignments and Transfers


153. Rejection of application for approval to assign or transfer. The director must reject an application for an approval to assign or transfer a disposition unless the director is satisfied that
(a) the proposed assignee or transferee is eligible to hold the disposition,
(b) the disposition is in good standing, and
(c) no party to the proposed assignment or transfer is in arrears in respect of any debt to the Crown or of any taxes owing to a municipality in respect of public land.


154. Questioning assignee. Before deciding whether to issue an approval giving consent to assign or transfer a disposition, the director may require the proposed assignee or transferee to attend at the office of the director for questioning for the purpose of assessing the proposed assignee’s or transferee’s ability to carry out the proposed assignee’s or transferee’s obligations under the disposition.


155. Grazing lease. Where under this Part a grazing lease is assigned in respect of part of the land under the grazing lease, the director must issue to the assignee a new grazing lease in respect of that part of the land for a term equal to the unexpired portion of the term of the grazing lease held by the assignor.


156. Limitations on assignments of grazing leases.
(1) The director must reject an application for an assignment of a grazing lease unless the grazing lease holder has, for a minimum of 3 years before the application is made, held a grazing lease for at least 2/3 of the land proposed to be assigned.
(2) Subsection (1) does not apply to the following assignments:
(a) an assignment to the grazing lease holder’s spouse, adult interdependent partner, son, daughter, father, mother, brother, sister, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, father-in-law, mother-in-law, nephew or niece;
(b) an assignment of a deceased lessee’s interest in a grazing lease by the lessee’s personal representative;
(c) an assignment of an interest in a grazing lease that was inherited by the assignor;
(d) an assignment made by the guardian or trustee of a grazing lease holder who is a mentally incapacitated person;
(e) an assignment made by a grazing lease holder who is certified by a qualified physician as being unable to carry on farming due to a physical disability;
(f) an assignment made between persons that are already holders of the grazing lease;
(g) an assignment to a corporation all of the issued shares of which are held by one or more of
(i) the grazing lease holder, and
(ii) one or more persons described in clause (a);
(h) an assignment from a grazing lease holder that is a corporation to one or more of its shareholders in their personal capacities or to one or more of its shareholders’ spouses, adult interdependent partners, sons, daughters, fathers, mothers, brothers, sisters, sons-in-law, daughters-in-law, fathers-in-law, mothers-in-law, nephews or nieces;
(i) in exceptional circumstances where the director believes on compassionate grounds that the assignor should be allowed to assign the assignor’s interest in the lease.


157. Dispositions authorizing the grazing of bison.
(1) The director may, on application by the holder of a disposition authorizing the grazing of bison, give written consent to the assignment of
(a) a disposition authorizing the grazing of bison, and
(b) a grazing disposition to which a disposition referred to in clause (a) relates,
without issuing an approval to that effect.
(2) An assignment referred to in subsection (1) does not convey to the assignee the right to graze bison unless an approval issued by the director consenting to the assignment expressly provides the director’s consent to the assignee’s grazing of bison under the terms of the disposition to which the assignment relates.


158. Assignments affecting range improvements. Where an application is made under this Part for an approval giving the director’s written consent to assign a grazing disposition, the director may, before giving the consent, require the holder of the grazing disposition or the proposed assignee, or both,
(a) to enter into a range improvement agreement, or
(b) if a range improvement agreement is already in place, to enter into an amended range improvement agreement.


159. Rental credits. An approval giving the director’s consent to assign a grazing disposition may provide for the transfer to the assignee the balance of any rental credits granted under section 83(1).


Part 5 — Reinstatement of Dispositions


160. Application for reinstatement. The provisions of this Regulation that apply to an application for a disposition apply, in addition to the provisions of this Part, to an application for reinstatement of the disposition under section 28 of the Act.


161. Limitations on reinstatement.
(1) The director must reject an application for reinstatement of
(a) an approval,
(b) an authorization,
(c) a cultivation permit,
(d) a grazing permit,
(e) a haying permit,
(f) a head tax permit,
(g) a miscellaneous permit,
(h) a surface material licence,
(i) a mortgage or security interest in another disposition, or
(j) a disposition that is sublet.
(2) The director may refuse to order the reinstatement of a disposition if the applicant
(a) is indebted to the Crown, or
(b) is otherwise in non-compliance with this Act or the regulations.


162. Reinstatement hearing.
(1) Within 10 days after receiving an application for reinstatement of a disposition, the director must, subject to subsection (3), convene a panel of one or more employees of the Department to
(a) hold a hearing respecting the reasons why the disposition was cancelled or forfeited and inquiring into the merits of, and any disputed facts in relation to, the application for reinstatement, and
(b) make a report to the director including recommendations
(i) as to whether the disposition should be reinstated, and
(ii) if reinstatement is recommended, respecting any terms and conditions on which the reinstatement should be made.
(2) A hearing must be held and a report and recommendations made under subsection (1) within 30 days after the panel is convened.
(3) Where, in the opinion of the director, an application for reinstatement of a particular disposition is administrative in nature and there are no disputed facts in relation to the reinstatement, the director must register the application and make a decision on the application without convening a panel under subsection (1).


163. Order for reinstatement.
(1) An order of the director for the reinstatement of a disposition may contain any terms and conditions the director considers appropriate, including without limitation
(a) terms and conditions varying any term or condition of the disposition,
(b) terms and conditions requiring the holder of the disposition to provide security in a form and amount satisfactory to the director for
(i) the performance of the obligations under the disposition, or
(ii) the reclamation of the lands under the disposition,
or both, and
(c) terms and conditions requiring the holder of the disposition to provide security in a form and amount satisfactory to the director for the reclamation of the lands under the disposition.
(2) Where the holder of a reinstated disposition breaches or fails to comply with a term or condition of the reinstatement, the director may rescind the reinstatement order.
(3) Where a reinstatement order is rescinded under subsection (2), the disposition it reinstated is cancelled.


Part 6 — Monitoring and Compliance


164. Definition. In this Part, “reportable event” means a fact, or a combination of facts, on the basis of which a reasonable person could conclude that the person had
(a) contravened or failed to comply with
(i) a provision of the Act or any regulation under it,
(ii) a court order under the Act,
(iii) an order of the Minister under section 124 of the Act,
(iv) an ALSA regional plan,
(v) an enforcement order,
(vi) a stop order,
(vii) a disturbance standard,
(viii) a disposition,
(ix) a direction or order given under the Act,
(x) a decision of the Minister under section 124 of the Act, or
(xi) an Exploration Directive adopted under the Exploration Regulation (AR 284/2006),
or
(b) failed to pay
(i) an administrative penalty, or
(ii) any other amount due and owing to the Crown.


165. Reporting requirement.
(1) A person responsible for a reportable event must report the event to the Department as soon as possible and in any event not later than 7 days after the person became aware, or should reasonably have become aware, of its occurrence.
(2) A report under subsection (1) must be made in the form and manner prescribed by the Minister.
(3) A report under subsection (1)
(a) is not open to a member of the public for inspection except in accordance with Part 7, and
(b) is not admissible as evidence in the prosecution of an offence arising out of the reportable event except for the purpose of proving
(i) compliance with subsection (1),
(ii) an inaccuracy in the report, or
(iii) the identity of a person responsible for the reportable event.


Part 7 — Access to Information


166. Access to information.
(1) Subject to this section,
(a) the following documents and information must, if in the control of the Department, be disclosed to the public in accordance with this Part:
(i) documents registered in a book authorized by the Minister for the purposes of Part 5 of the Act, and any other documents to which they refer;
(ii) plans, specifications and other documents and information provided to the Department as part of an application
(A) by an applicant for a disposition, or
(B) by the holder of a disposition to renew, suspend, cancel, amend, assign, transfer, sublet or mortgage it;
(iii) written notices of appeal;
(iv) documents and information provided to the Department in accordance with the Act, this Regulation or a term or condition of a disposition;
(v) information contained in a registry established by the Department;
(b) the following documents that are created or issued to any person by the Department in the administration of the Act must be disclosed to the public in the form and manner provided for in this Part:
(i) any forms established under the Act but not prescribed;
(ii) dispositions;
(iii) interpretation letters or other instruments providing a record of the Department’s interpretation of a provision of the Act or this Regulation;
(iv) warning letters;
(v) notices of intent to suspend;
(vi) notices of intent to cancel;
(vii) notices of amendment;
(viii) notices of suspension;
(ix) notices of cancellation;
(x) enforcement orders;
(xi) stop orders;
(xii) notices of administrative penalty.
(2) Subject to any order of the Minister under subsection (3), subsection (1)(b) applies only to documents and information provided to or created or issued by the Department after the coming into force of this Regulation.
(3) If, in the opinion of the Minister, it is in the public interest to require disclosure of documents or information in the control of the Department but not described in subsection (1)(a), the Minister may order that the documents or information be disclosed to the public and may specify the manner in which disclosure is to occur.
(4) If a document or information described in subsection (1)(a) or (3) relates to a trade secret, the person providing the document or information may, at the time of providing it, make a written request to the director that the document or information be kept confidential.
(5) Where the director receives a request for confidentiality under subsection (4), the director must,
(a) if the director is of the opinion that the request is well-founded, grant the request and order that the document or information be kept confidential, or
(b) if the director is of the opinion that the request is not well-founded, refuse the request.
(6) Written notice of a refusal under subsection (5)(b) must be given as soon as possible to the person that made the request.
(7) Where the director is considering a request for confidentiality made under subsection (4) or has, under subsection (5)(a), granted a request for confidentiality, no person involved in the administration of the Act shall disclose any document or information to which the request relates except
(a) to the person, if any, who provided the document or information or, with that person’s consent, to another person, or
(b) as required by any other law or court order in force in Alberta.
(8) No person to whom a document or information is disclosed under subsection (7) shall further disclose the information or use the information for any purpose other than the purpose for which it was disclosed to that person.
(9) Despite subsections (1) and (3), the director may prohibit the disclosure of a document or information relating to a matter that is the subject of an investigation or proceeding under the Act.
(10) In the case of a conflict between this section and section 50 of the Mines and Minerals Act, the latter prevails.


167. Provision of information.
(1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3), the director or other person in charge of keeping a document or information referred to in section 166(1) must, within a reasonable time after receiving a written request for disclosure that complies with subsection (4), make the requested document or information available during normal business hours at the location where it is kept, or at another specified location that is reasonably accessible by the person making the request, for inspection by the person making the request.
(2) Where a request under subsection (1) relates in whole or in part to a document or information referred to in section 166(1)(a)(ii), the director or other person in charge may refuse the request if he or she is not satisfied that the person making the request has first requested the document or information from the applicant or holder and that the applicant or holder refused the request or did not comply with it within 30 days after it was made.
(3) The director or other person in charge of a document or information that is the subject of a request under subsection (1) may refuse to disclose the document or information if he or she is satisfied that it has already been provided to a group, organization, association or other body of which the person making the request is a member or with which that person is otherwise affiliated.
(4) A request under subsection (1) must
(a) be accompanied with any applicable fee prescribed under section 9.1 of the Act,
(b) be made in a form and manner acceptable to the director, and
(c) contain the following information:
(i) the name, mailing address and telephone number of the person making the request;
(ii) details sufficient to identify the requested documents or information;
(iii) if subsection (2) applies, details of the date on which the request was made to the applicant or holder, the manner in which the request was made, and any refusal of it.
(5) The director may, either before or after the expiry of the 30 days referred to in subsection (2), shorten or extend that period if the director considers it appropriate to do so.


Part 8 — Enforcement


168. Stop orders. A stop order expires at the end of the day immediately following the day on which it was issued.


169. Order respecting bison.
(1) Where
(a) a holder of a disposition authorizing the grazing of bison fails to comply with a notice under section 76(1), or
(b) the director considers that bison that are on the land that is subject to a disposition authorizing the grazing of bison are, may be or may become infected with a disease,
the director may issue an order to the holder requiring the holder to do or refrain from doing anything specified in the order to remedy the contravention or address the contravention or the disease issue.
(2) Where an order is issued to a holder under subsection (1), the holder shall comply with it in accordance with its terms.
(3) Where a holder fails to comply with an order under subsection (1) to the director’s satisfaction, the director may
(a) carry out the order or cause it to be carried out, and
(b) order the forfeiture of all or part of the security deposit, if any, paid by the holder, in an amount equal to the reasonable costs of carrying out the order, as determined by the director.
(4) If there is no security deposit or if the amount of the security deposit is insufficient to cover the costs referred to in subsection (3)(b), the director may recover the costs or the excess amount from the holder as a debt owing to the Crown.


170. Payment for unauthorized use.
(1) The director may require
(a) a person that makes use of public land without authority, or
(b) a disposition holder that makes use of the public land under the disposition or authorization for any purpose other than that for which it was granted
to pay a sum of money in an amount determined by the director, in addition to any other rent, fee, cost or other amount prescribed under section 9.1 of the Act for the use.
(2) A sum of money payable under subsection (1) is a debt payable to the Crown on demand by the director.


171. Administrative penalty.
(1) In this section, “contravention” means
(a) a contravention referred to in section 59.3(a), (d), (e) or (f) of the Act,
(b) a use referred to in section 59.3(b) or (c) of the Act,
(c) a failure referred to in section 59.3(g) of the Act, or
(d) a contravention of a provision prescribed by subsection (2).
(2) The following provisions are prescribed for the purposes of section 59.3(a) of the Act:
(a) all provisions specified under section 9(3) of the Alberta Land Stewardship Act in an ALSA regional plan;
(b) sections 56(1)(a) to (p) of the Act;
(c) all provisions referred to in section 174.
(3) Subject to subsections (4) and (5), the amount of an administrative penalty for each contravention that occurs or continues is the amount determined by the director, taking into account the seriousness of the contravention and the extent of any actual loss or damage that resulted or any potential loss or damage that may reasonably be expected to result from the contravention, in accordance with the following Base Penalty Table:
Base Penalty Table

Extent of actual or potential loss or damage Seriousness of contravention
MajorModerateMinor
Major$5000$3500$2500
Moderate350025001500
Minor250015001000
None1000650250

(4) The director may, in any particular case, increase or decrease the amount of the administrative penalty determined under subsection (3) if, after considering the following factors, the director considers it appropriate to do so:
(a) the importance to the regulatory scheme of compliance with the provision that was contravened;
(b) the degree of wilfulness or negligence, if any, on the part of any person responsible for the contravention;
(c) any steps taken by a person responsible for the contravention to avoid or limit the extent of any actual loss or damage that resulted or any potential loss or damage that may reasonably be expected to result from the contravention;
(d) any steps taken by a person responsible for the contravention to prevent its recurrence;
(e) any previous contravention of a provision prescribed by subsection (2) by a person responsible for the contravention;
(f) whether a person responsible for the contravention derived or is likely to derive any economic benefit from the contravention;
(g) any other factor that, in the opinion of the director, is relevant.
(5) The maximum administrative penalty that may be imposed in respect of a contravention is $5000 for each day or part of a day on which the contravention occurs or continues, in addition to any amount required to be paid under section 59.4(4)(c) of the Act.


172. Publication of information. The Minister may, by order, require the Department to publish the particulars of enforcement action taken under the Act and this Regulation, including
(a) the names of all persons responsible,
(b) the particulars of the contravention, and
(c) the particulars of the enforcement action.


173. Requirement to comply.
(1) A person to whom a disposition is issued under the Act must comply with the disposition according to its terms.
(2) A person that is subject to an order, direction or instructions of the director or an officer must comply with the direction, order or instructions.


174. Offences. The following provisions are prescribed as provisions the contravention of which is an offence for the purposes of section 56 of the Act:
(a) section 5(2);
(b) section 21(1)(e), (f), (g), (h) and (n) and (2)(d), (e), (f), (g) and (h);
(c) section 27;
(d) section 32(2);
(e) section 33(2);
(f) section 35(2);
(g) section 36(1);
(h) section 41(a), (b) and (c);
(i) section 43;
(j) section 44;
(k) section 45(1) and (4);
(l) section 53(1)(b);
(m) section 54(1);
(n) section 55(1);
(o) section 56(1);
(p) section 65(b);
(q) section 75;
(r) section 76(3);
(s) section 95(a) and (c);
(t) section 116(a);
(u) section 126;
(v) section 134(2);
(w) section 139;
(x) section 140(1)(a) and (b);
(y) section 142(1);
(z) section 165(1);
(aa) section 169(2);
(bb) section 173(1) and (2);
(cc) section 181(a) and (b);
(dd) section 183(1) and (2);
(ee) section 184(3);
(ff) section 185(1)(a) and (b), (3), (4), (5), (6)(a) and (b) and (7)(a) and (b);
(gg) section 186(2);
(hh) section 187(1);
(ii) section 188(1) and (2);
(jj) section 189(1), (2)(b), (3)(a), (b) and (c) and (4)(a) and (b);
(kk) section 190;
(ll) section 191(1) and (2);
(mm) section 192;
(nn) section 193;
(oo) section 194;
(pp) section 195;
(qq) section 196;
(rr) section 197;
(ss) section 198;
(tt) section 199;
(uu) section 200;
(vv) section 201;
(ww) section 202;
(xx) section 203;
(yy) section 204;
(zz) section 205;
(aaa) section 206;
(bbb) section 207;
(ccc) the following provisions of Schedule 4:
(i) section 1(1);
(ii) section 4(1) and (2);
(iii) section 5;
(iv) section 8(1), (3) and (4);
(v) section 9(1)(a) and (b);
(vi) section 12(1), (2), (3) and (4);
(vii) section 13(1) and (2);
(viii) section 20(1) and (4);
(ix) section 21;
(x) section 22;
(xi) section 23;
(xii) section 26;
(xiii) section 27;
(xiv) section 28;
(xv) section 30(1) and (4);
(xvi) section 31;
(xvii) section 32;
(xviii) section 34(1), (2) and (3);
(xix) section 36(1) and (2);
(xx) section 38;
(xxi) section 47(1) and (4);
(xxii) section 48;
(xxiii) section 49;
(xxiv) section 50;
(xxv) section 52;
(xxvi) section 54(1) and (2);
(xxvii) section 55(1) and (2);
(ddd) the following provisions of Schedule 7:
(i) section 58(a) and (b);
(ii) section 59(1), (2), (3), (4) and (5);
(iii) section 60.


175. Due diligence defence. The provisions referred to in section 174 are prescribed for the purposes of section 59(3)(b) of the Act.


176. Public health and safety, property protection and emergencies. No person contravenes the Act or this Regulation by reason only of
(a) an action taken or an order made under or in accordance with an enactment or regulatory instrument for the purpose of protecting public health or safety or protecting property, or
(b) an action taken to respond to an emergency.


Part 9 — Public Land Uses


177. Interpretation.
(1) In this Part and in Schedules 4 to 7
(a) “camping accommodation unit” means
(i) a motor home,
(ii) a van,
(iii) a truck camper,
(iv) a trailer,
(v) a tent trailer, or
(vi) a tent
used or intended to be used by a person as shelter equipment while camping;
(b) “campsite” means a campsite in a public land recreation area that is designated in the public land recreation area as an individual campsite or, if there is no such designation, the general location in that area where persons actually engage in camping and ancillary activities, and includes any improvements on the land comprising the campsite;
(c) “firearm” means a pistol, rifle, gun, sling-shot, bow and arrow or any other device which discharges a potentially harmful missile;
(d) “motor vehicle” means a motor vehicle as defined in the Traffic Safety Act;
(e) “off-highway vehicle” means a motor vehicle used for cross-country travel on land or water but does not include snow vehicles or boats;
(f) “on-highway vehicle” means a motor vehicle designed for travel on a highway;
(g) “open fire” means a fire that is not confined to a facility designed to contain fire;
(h) “permit holder” means a person that holds a valid access permit;
(i) “provincial recreation area” means a provincial park or a provincial recreation area under the Provincial Parks Act;
(j) “secondary road” means any publicly owned road other than a primary highway as defined in the Public Highways Development Act;
(k) “snow vehicle” means a motor vehicle designed and equipped to be driven exclusively or chiefly on snow or ice or both;
(l) “registered fur management area” means a registered fur management area as defined in the Wildlife Regulation (AR 143/97).
(2) For the purposes of this Regulation, despite any other law, a night and a period expressed as a number of days expires at 2:00 p.m. on the last day of the period unless the period is extended in accordance with this regulation, and a period of hours is measured exactly between the points of time from which the period commences and on which it expires.
(3) In the event of a conflict between a provision of Schedule 4, 5, 6 or 7 and any other provision of this Regulation as it applies to a particular public land use zone, public land recreation area, public land recreation trail or to public land set aside for a particular purpose under the Act, the provision of the Schedule prevails to the extent necessary to resolve the conflict.


Division 1 — Zones, Areas and Trails for Recreation


178. Public land use zones declared. The areas of land described in Schedule 4 are declared to be public land use zones, and are to be known by the names given to them in the Schedule.


179. Public land recreation areas declared. The areas of land described in Schedule 5 are declared to be public land recreation areas, and are to be known by the names given to them in the Schedule.


180. Public land recreation trails declared. The areas of land described in Schedule 6 are declared to be public land recreation trails, and are to be known by the names given to them in the Schedule.


181. Orders and notices. Every person who is within a public land use zone, public land recreation area or on a public land recreation trail shall comply with
(a) the lawful orders, instructions and directions of an officer, and
(b) the instructions, prohibitions and directions contained in signs and notices posted by or at the request of an officer on or about the public land use zone, public land recreation area or public land recreation trail.


182. Order of officer. An officer may order a person in a public land use zone, public land recreation area or public land recreation trail to refrain from doing anything that, in the opinion of the officer, is dangerous to life or property or detrimental to the management or use of any road, trail or route within the public land use zone, public land recreation area or public land recreation trail.


183. Maintenance and restoration of public land.
(1) A person using a public land use zone, public land recreation area or public land recreation trail shall keep the land and improvements in a condition satisfactory to an officer.
(2) A person vacating a public land use zone, public land recreation area or public land recreation trail land shall restore the public land used by that person as nearly as possible to a clean and tidy condition.


184. Closure of areas.
(1) The director may, by order, restrict or prohibit, for any specified period of time, entry into all or any part of the lands within a public land use zone.
(2) An order of the director under this section is in effect from the time it is posted publicly by the Department.
(3) A person shall comply with any order made and posted pursuant to this section.


185. Restricted use of conveyances.
(1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3), and except as expressly authorized for a particular public land use zone in Schedule 4, no person shall, within any public land use zone, operate
(a) an on-highway vehicle, except on a highway, or
(b) an off-highway vehicle or snow vehicle.
(2) The operation of a motor vehicle on land within any public land use zone is permitted
(a) to transport an employee of the Government in the course of the employee’s work,
(b) where the vehicle is being used to conduct or transport any person or equipment to be employed or used in work or activity within the public land use zone that has been authorized by the director,
(c) to remove a sick, injured or deceased person from the public land use zone, and
(d) in connection with registered trapping at places within the limits of a registered trapping area within the public land use zone where the use of the vehicle is authorized by an officer.
(3) The operation of a motor vehicle within a public land use zone is permitted only in areas or on trails that have been designated for that purpose by signs or notices posted by an officer in the zone pursuant to this Regulation.
(4) No person shall
(a) take an off-highway vehicle or motorcycle described in subsection (3),
(b) camp overnight, or
(c) permit the person’s horse or a horse under the person’s control to graze or be tethered
within 100 meters of a lakeshore in any public land use zone except where authorized by a notice posted in the zone or without first obtaining an access permit for doing so.
(5) No person shall land a helicopter on a lake, or within 200 meters of the shore of a lake, in a public land use zone without first obtaining an access permit for doing so.
(6) No person shall operate a motorized boat within a public land use zone except
(a) in areas designated for that purpose by signs or notices posted in the area, or
(b) in accordance with an access permit.
(7) No person shall
(a) camp, or
(b) start or maintain an open fire
within one kilometre of a public land recreation area or in a provincial recreation area located within the public land use zone.


186. Instructions of officer.
(1) An officer may post written instructions in a public land use zone regarding the operation of conveyances and the use of camping accommodation units within the zone.
(2) A person operating a conveyance or camping accommodation unit within the zone shall comply with any written instructions posted by or at the request of an officer under subsection (1).
(3) If an officer posts written instructions in a public land use zone, the officer must as soon as practicable make publicly available through the Department the written instructions, including the name of the public land use zone and the specific area of public land in the zone to which the written instructions relate.


187. Open fires prohibited in public land recreation areas.
(1) Subject to subsection (2), no person shall start or maintain an open fire in a public land recreation area.
(2) Fires started, controlled and extinguished in accordance with the Forest and Prairie Protection Act and fires confined to facilities provided for the containing of fire are permitted within public land recreation areas.


188. Use of firearms in public land recreation areas and trails.
(1) No person, except an officer engaged in the control of wildlife or a person authorized by an officer to assist in that activity, shall set a trap, use an explosive or discharge a firearm within a public land recreation area or on a public land recreation trail.
(2) No person shall discharge a firearm on public land in such a manner as to endanger persons or resources within a public land recreation area or on a public land recreation trail.


189. Use of motor vehicles restricted.
(1) Subject to subsections (2) to (4), no person shall operate a motor vehicle within a public land recreation area.
(2) An on-highway vehicle may be operated on a highway within a public land recreation area
(a) as a means of transporting people to or from camping or picnic sites, and
(b) at a speed not exceeding the maximum speed posted on or about the highway for that type of on-highway vehicle or, where no maximum speed is posted, at a speed not exceeding 20 kilometres per hour.
(3) A snow vehicle may be operated in a public land recreation area only
(a) if the depth of snow in the recreation area is sufficient for the operation of the vehicle,
(b) at locations where the operation of snow vehicles is permitted by signs posted in the recreation area by or at the request of an officer, and
(c) at a speed not exceeding the maximum speed posted in the location for snow vehicles or, where no maximum speed is posted, at a speed not exceeding 20 kilometres per hour.
(4) An off-highway vehicle may be operated in a public land recreation area only
(a) at locations where the operation of off-highway vehicles is permitted by signs posted in the recreation area by or at the request of an officer, and
(b) at a speed not exceeding the maximum posted speed in the location for off-highway vehicles or, where no maximum speed is posted, at a speed not exceeding 20 kilometres per hour.


190. Camping.
(1) No person shall have a camping accommodation unit within the boundaries of a public land recreation area for a period exceeding 14 consecutive days unless the person first obtains an access permit for authorizing entry and occupation of the public land recreation area for a longer period.
(2) For the purposes of subsection (1), a period of consecutive days is not broken unless the camping accommodation unit is taken and remains outside the public land recreation area for a period of at least 24 consecutive hours.


191. Use of kitchen shelters.
(1) No person shall use a kitchen shelter in a public land recreation area for any purpose, or in any manner, that is inconsistent with, impedes or is detrimental to the use of the facility by the public.
(2) A person who uses a kitchen shelter in a public land recreation area shall comply with the rules for its use posted in the shelter by, or at the request of, an officer.


192. Prohibition respecting big game. No person shall dress or hang big game within a public land recreation area.


193. Use of livestock.
(1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3), no person shall bring into, or permit any livestock under the person’s control to enter, a public land recreation area.
(2) A person may bring into, or permit livestock under the person’s control to enter, a public land recreation area if the public land recreation area is established for the conduct of equestrian activities.
(3) An individual or team of livestock may be led or driven in any public land recreation area referred to in subsection (2) if the animal or team is under control by means of one or more of the following at all times:
(a) a harness with traces hooked to a wheeled or skied conveyance with the driver in, on, or within 2 metres from, the conveyance;
(b) a halter or bridle with a shank or reins not more than 3 metres long;
(c) a temporary enclosure made of steel panels, rope or equivalent material not exceeding 3 metres in diameter that can be assembled and placed on the land without causing loss or damage to the recreation area and adjoining land.


194. Pets of users.
(1) A person who brings a pet animal into a public land recreation area shall keep the animal under control at all times by means of one or more of the following:
(a) a leash not more than 3 metres long;
(b) a portable travel cage;
(c) a temporary enclosure made of portable steel panels or equivalent material not exceeding 3 metres in diameter that can be assembled and placed on the land without causing loss or damage to the recreation area.
(2) An officer may refuse to admit on, or may require to be removed from, a public land recreation area any pet animal that the officer considers
(a) is not under control, or
(b) is a nuisance or a danger to the life, safety, health, property or comfort of any person in the public land recreation area.


195. Prohibition on damage and removal of resources. No person shall
(a) damage, deface or destroy any resource within a public land recreation area, or
(b) remove any resource, including firewood, from a public land recreation area without first obtaining an authorization for doing so from the director.


196. Post no bills. No person other than an officer shall place within a public land recreation area any bill, poster or sign without first obtaining an authorization for doing so from the director.


197. Maintenance and restoration of land.
(1) A person using a public land recreation area shall keep the land and resources on it in the same condition as that in which they found them.
(2) A person vacating a campsite shall restore it as closely as practicable to the same condition in which they found it.
(3) Despite this section, a person may use up firewood provided for that purpose in a recreation area.


198. Quiet and peaceful enjoyment. No person shall interfere with the right of others to the quiet and peaceful enjoyment of a public land recreation area unless such interference is incidental to an activity or use of public land that is the subject of a disposition.


199. Instructions of officer.
(1) An officer may post written instructions in a public land recreation area regarding the operation of conveyances within the recreation area, and a person operating a conveyance within the recreation area shall comply with any such written instructions.
(2) If an officer posts written instructions in a public land recreation area, the officer must make the written instructions publicly available as soon as practicable.


200. Prohibition.
(1) No person shall cause or allow any conveyance, including a motor vehicle, boat, trailer or camping accommodation unit, to be left in a public land recreation area or on a public land recreation trail other than in a campsite or other parking area designated by signs or notices posted by, or on behalf of, an officer.
(2) Subsection (1) does not apply to
(a) an emergency vehicle as defined in the Traffic Safety Act,
(b) a conveyance used in connection with the construction, maintenance or servicing of resources within the public land recreation area or on the public land recreation trail,
(c) a funeral car or other conveyance being operated by a funeral director during a funeral, or
(d) a towing service vehicle,
while the vehicle or other conveyance is being used in work requiring that it be stopped or parked.


201. Directions of officer. An officer may do one or both of the following:
(a) require any person in a public land recreation area to produce a record of personal identification containing the person’s name and address;
(b) by order, direct any person
(i) making unauthorized use of a public land recreation area,
(ii) contravening the Act or this Regulation in a public land recreation area,
(iii) creating a nuisance in a public land recreation area,
(iv) committing a trespass in a public land recreation area,
(v) whose particular use of the public land recreation area, in the opinion of the officer having regard to the circumstances, is, or has been during the person’s occupation of the public land recreation area, in conflict with the intended use and purpose of the public land recreation area, or
(vi) who fails to divulge any fact or intention relating to the use by the person of the public land recreation area
to vacate the public land recreation area.


202. No entry after order of officer. No person who has vacated a public land recreation area pursuant to an order under section 201 shall, within the next 72 hours, enter or attempt to enter the public land recreation area.


203. Waste disposal. No person shall dispose of any waste matter in a public land recreation area except in a receptacle or area provided for the proper disposal of the particular waste and, if no such receptacle or area is provided, the person shall take the waste matter outside the public land recreation area for proper disposal.


204. Vacating campsite.
(1) An officer may direct a person camping at a campsite to vacate the campsite.
(2) A person to whom a direction is given under subsection (1) shall vacate the campsite within one hour after the order is given or, where the officer extends that period, within the extended period.
(3) A person who vacates a campsite must ensure that all personal property belonging to the person is removed.


205. Nuisances. If, in the opinion of an officer, a nuisance exists at any campsite, the officer may, by order, direct a person responsible to eliminate the nuisance and restore the campsite to the condition described in the order, and which condition is satisfactory to the officer.


206. Use of conveyances restricted.
(1) Subject to subsection (2), no person shall operate a motor vehicle on a public land recreation trail.
(2) Snow vehicles may be operated on public land recreation trails designated for that use by signs posted on or about the trails by, or at the request of, an officer
(a) at speeds not exceeding the maximum speeds prescribed for such vehicles by signs posted on or about the trails by an officer or at an officer’s request, or
(b) where no maximum speed for such vehicles has been posted, at speeds not exceeding 30 kilometres per hour.


207. Pets of users. A person who brings a pet animal onto a public land recreation trail shall keep the animal under control by means of one or more of the following at all times:
(a) a leash not more than 3 metres long;
(b) a portable travel cage;
(c) a portable travel kennel;
(d) a temporary enclosure made of portable steel panels or equivalent material not exceeding 3 metres in diameter that can be assembled and placed on the land without causing loss or damage to the public land recreation trail.


Division 2 — Public Land Set Aside for Special Management


208. Zone established. The area of public land described in Schedule 7 is declared to be the Castle Special Management Area Public Land Use Zone.


Part 10 — Appeals and Dispute Resolution


209. Definitions. In this Part,
(a) “appeal body” means
(i) in respect of a summary appeal, the local settlement officer assigned under section 233(3) to hear the appeal, or
(ii) in respect of any other appeal, the panel appointed under section 221(1) to hear the appeal;
(b) “appeals co-ordinator” means the appeals co-ordinator appointed under section 210;
(c) “appellant” means a person that submits a notice of appeal under this Part;
(d) “Board” means the Public Lands Appeal Board established by section 214;
(e) “complex appeal” means
(i) an appeal from a decision
(A) under section 15(2) or (3), 20(7) or 25(1)(b) of the Act,
(B) amending or suspending a disposition under section 26(1) of the Act,
(C) under section 47(1), 59.1, 62(1), 73 or 77 of the Act,
(D) amending a disposition under section 81 of the Act, or
(E) under section 4(6), 17(1) or (2)(a) or (b), 18(4)(b) or (c), 20(3)(b), (c) or (d), 22(1), 23(2) or (4), 27, 64(1)(a) or (b), 72, 81(3)(a), (b) or (c), 96(1), 135(2), 137(1), (2) or (3), 150 or 163,
or
(ii) any other appeal that, in the opinion of the appeals co-ordinator, should be treated under this Part as a complex appeal;
(f) “director’s file”, in respect of a prescribed decision made by the director, means records of the Department that are considered by the director in making the decision;
(g) “local settlement officer” means a person designated under the Exploration Dispute Resolution Regulation (AR 227/2003) or the Recreational Access Regulation (AR 228/2003) as a local settlement officer;
(h) “officer’s file”, in respect of a prescribed decision made by an officer, means records of the Department that are considered by the officer in making the decision;
(i) “panel” means a panel of the Board;
(j) “panel chair” means
(i) the panel member designated under section 223(2), in the case of a panel consisting of 3 persons other than the appeals co-ordinator,
(ii) the appeals co-ordinator, in the case of a one-member panel consisting of the appeals co-ordinator or a 3-member panel on which the appeals co-ordinator sits, or
(iii) the member, in the case of any other one-member panel;
(k) “party”, in respect of an appeal, means
(i) an appellant,
(ii) the director or officer who made the decision objected to,
(iii) a person that elects to participate as a party under section 212(4), or
(iv) a person the appeal body allows under section 212(5) to be a party to the appeal;
(l) “prescribed decision” means a decision prescribed in section 211;
(m) “record” means record as defined in the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act;
(n) “summary appeal” means an appeal referred to in section 233.


Division 1 — General


210. Appeals co-ordinator.
(1) The Minister may, in accordance with the Public Service Act, appoint an employee of the Department as the appeals co-ordinator.
(2) The appeals co-ordinator may establish rules respecting procedures for the hearing of appeals by an appeal body and for mediation processes under section 226.


211. Decisions that can be appealed. The following decisions are prescribed as decisions from which an appeal is available:
(a) the issuance, renewal, amendment or suspension of a disposition issued under the Act;
(b) the rejection of an application under the Act for a disposition,
(c) a refusal to issue a disposition or to renew or amend a disposition applied for under the Act;
(d) the imposition or variation under the Act of a term or condition of a disposition;
(e) a deemed rejection under section 15(1);
(f) an order under section 35(1) to vacate vacant public land;
(g) a refusal under section 43(1) of the Act;
(h) an enforcement order, a stop order or an administrative penalty;
(i) a removal under section 69(2)(f)(iii) of the Act;
(j) an order under section 182;
(k) a refusal to admit, or a requirement to remove, a pet animal under section 194(2);
(l) an order under section 201(b) to vacate a public land recreation area;
(m) an order under section 204(1) to vacate a campsite;
(n) an order under section 205.


212. Who may appeal.
(1) The following persons have standing to appeal a prescribed decision:
(a) a person to whom the decision was given;
(b) a person, including a commercial user referred to in section 98, that is directly and adversely affected by the decision.
(2) A person referred to in subsection (1)(a) or (b) is a prescribed person for the purposes of section 121 of the Act.
(3) An appeal body must not consider an appeal unless it is satisfied that the appellant is a person described in subsection (1)(a) or (b), and the appeal body’s decision on that matter is final.
(4) Where the decision objected to was made in respect of land that is the subject of one or more dispositions or that adjoins other land, any of the disposition holders and any of the owners of the adjoining land that are directly affected by the decision may elect to participate as parties in the appeal.
(5) Subject to the rules established by the Board, the appeal body may allow persons other than those referred to in subsection (4) to be parties to the appeal if the appeal body considers it appropriate.


213. Grounds for appeals. A decision is appealable only on the grounds that
(a) the director or officer who made the decision
(i) erred in the determination of a material fact on the face of the record,
(ii) erred in law,
(iii) exceeded the director’s or officer’s jurisdiction or authority, or
(iv) did not comply with an ALSA regional plan,
or
(b) the decision is expressly subject to an appeal under section 59.2(3) of the Act or section 15(4).


Division 2 — Public Lands Appeal Board


214. Public Lands Appeal Board.
(1) The Public Lands Appeal Board is established consisting of
(a) the appeals co-ordinator, and
(b) other members appointed by the Minister.
(2) The appeals co-ordinator is the chair of the Board.


215. Application of certain sections. Sections 216 to 232 do not apply in respect of summary appeals.


216. Notice of appeal.
(1) A notice of appeal must
(a) identify the director or officer who made the decision objected to,
(b) identify the provision of the enactment on which the appeal is based,
(c) include a copy of the decision objected to or, if the decision is not written, a description of it including the date on which it was made,
(d) include the legal description of, or the approximate global position system co-ordinates of the location of, the area of public land to which the appeal relates,
(e) set out the grounds on which the appeal is made,
(f) contain a description of the relief requested by the appellant,
(g) where the appellant is an individual, be signed by the appellant or the appellant’s lawyer,
(h) where the appellant is a corporation, be signed by a duly authorized director or officer of the corporation or by the corporation’s lawyer, and
(i) an address for service for the appellant.
(2) If a notice of appeal does not comply with subsection (1), the appeals co-ordinator must reject it and immediately notify the appellant in writing of the rejection.


217. Service of notice of appeal.
(1) A notice of appeal must be served on the appeals co-ordinator within
(a) 20 days after the appellant received, became aware of or should reasonably have become aware of the decision objected to, or
(b) 45 days after the date the decision was made,
whichever elapses first.
(2) The appeals co-ordinator may, either before or after the expiry of a period described in subsection (1)(a) or (b), extend the time for service of a notice of appeal if, in the opinion of the appeals co-ordinator, it is not contrary to the public interest to do so.
(3) A notice of appeal must be served on the appeals co-ordinator
(a) at the physical address of the appeals co-ordinator as shown in any publicly-available records of the Department, by
(i) personal service, or
(ii) a method of delivery that provides a signature proving receipt by the office of the appeals co-ordinator,
(b) by fax to the fax number for the appeals co-ordinator as shown in any publicly-available records of the Department, or
(c) by e-mail to the e-mail address for the appeals co-ordinator as shown in any publicly-available records of the Department.
(4) Despite subsection (3)(b) and (c), service by fax or e-mail is not effective unless the appeals co-ordinator acknowledges receipt of the fax or e-mail.
(5) On being served with a notice of appeal, the appeals co-ordinator must provide a copy of it to the director or officer who made the decision objected to.


218. Effective date of notice of appeal. A notice of appeal is effective from the date it is served or, where it is served by electronic means, from the date receipt of it is acknowledged by the appeals co-ordinator.


219. Rejection and notice of rejection.
(1) The appeals co-ordinator may, in his or her discretion and within 5 days after being served with a notice of appeal, reject the notice of appeal if it was not served in accordance with section 217 or if, in the opinion of the appeals co-ordinator, it does not meet the requirements of section 216.
(2) Where the appeals co-ordinator rejects a notice of appeal, the appeals co-ordinator must provide a notice of a rejection to the appellant and must make the notice available to the public.


220. Combining notices of appeal. Where the appeals co-ordinator receives more than one notice of appeal in respect of a decision, the appeals co-ordinator may combine the notices of appeal for the purposes of dealing with them under this Part.


221. Appointment of panel.
(1) Where the appeals co-ordinator is served under section 217 with a notice of appeal and is satisfied that the notice of appeal complies with section 216, the appeals co-ordinator must,
(a) if the notice of appeal initiates a complex appeal, within 30 days after receiving the notice of appeal appoint a panel consisting of one or 3 Board members, whichever the appeals co-ordinator considers appropriate taking into consideration the degree of complexity of the appeal, to hear the appeal, or
(b) if the notice of appeal initiates an appeal that is neither a complex appeal nor a summary appeal, within 12 days after receiving the notice of appeal appoint a panel consisting of one Board member to hear the appeal.
(2) Where a notice of appeal is not served in accordance with section 217 or where, in the opinion of the appeals co-ordinator, a notice of appeal does not comply with section 216, the appeals co-ordinator may, in his or her discretion, reject the notice of appeal.


222. Remuneration. A person who serves as a member of a panel other than in the course of the person’s employment with the Government of Alberta must be paid
(a) remuneration for the person’s services as a member, and
(b) an allowance for expenses necessarily incurred by the person in the performance of the person’s services and duties as a member
at the rates prescribed in Part B, Schedule 1 of the Committee Remuneration Order made under the Public Service Act.


223. Composition of panel.
(1) The appeals co-ordinator may act as a panel or a member of a panel rather than appointing another Board member under section 221(1)(a) or (b).
(2) Where a panel consists of 3 persons other than the appeals co-ordinator,
(a) the appeals co-ordinator must designate one of the panel members as the panel chair, and
(b) the panel chair and one other panel member constitute a quorum.


224. Notice of hearing.
(1) Where a panel decides to conduct an oral hearing of an appeal, the appeals co-ordinator must
(a) fix a date for the hearing, and
(b) give written notice to the parties of the date of the hearing and the date by which the parties must file their written submissions with the appeals co-ordinator, and post a public notice containing the information specified in subsection (3) at least 7 days before the date of the hearing.
(2) Where a panel decides to hear an appeal on the basis of written submissions, the appeals co-ordinator must
(a) give written notice to the parties of the date of the hearing and the date by which the parties must file their written submissions with the appeals co-ordinator, and
(b) post a public notice containing the information specified in subsection (3) on the Department’s website at least 7 days before the date by which written submissions must be filed.
(3) A notice referred to in subsection (1)(b) or (2)(b) must contain the following:
(a) the date, time and place of the hearing, in a case where an oral hearing is to be held;
(b) a summary of the subject-matter of the notice of appeal;
(c) the address, telephone number, fax number and e-mail address for the appeals co-ordinator.


225. Written submissions.
(1) A party to an appeal must file a written submission with the appeals co-ordinator not later than the date specified for that purpose in the written notice given to the party under section 224(1)(b) or (2)(a).
(2) A party’s written submission must
(a) contain a summary of the facts and evidence to be relied on by the party,
(b) contain a summary of the law on which the party relies for the relief requested in the notice of appeal and include copies of any statutory provisions and relevant excerpts of any case law relied on, and
(c) include a list of any witnesses the party intends to call, if an oral hearing is to be held.
(3) A party’s written submission must be signed by the party or the party’s lawyer.
(4) The appeals co-ordinator must make available to any person, for the purposes of examination only, a copy of all written submissions received by the appeals co-ordinator.
(5) Despite subsection (4), where section 50 of the Mines and Minerals Act applies to information contained in written submissions, the written submissions must not be made publicly available except in accordance with that Act and the regulations under that Act.


226. Mediation. A panel chair may, at the request of the parties at any stage of an appeal, convene a meeting of the parties for the purpose of mediating a resolution of the appeal.


227. Recommendation based on parties’ agreement. Where the parties to an appeal agree to a resolution of the appeal, the panel chair must
(a) have the parties sign an agreement that reflects the resolution they agree to, and
(b) include the signed agreement in the report and recommendations of the appeal body under section 124 of the Act.


228. Hearing of appeal. A panel hearing an appeal may
(a) find any facts agreed to by the parties,
(b) admit any evidence agreed to by the parties,
(c) determine the matters to be included under section 123(2) of the Act in the hearing of the appeal,
(d) subject to any rules established under section 210(2), determine any matter of procedure,
(e) order the parties to exchange documents and written submissions, and
(f) in the case of an oral hearing, determine
(i) the order of witnesses,
(ii) the day-to-day conduct of the hearing, and
(iii) any other matter the appeal body considers necessary to facilitate the hearing.


229. Questions. A panel hearing an appeal
(a) must give each party an opportunity to direct questions to other parties in attendance at an oral hearing, and
(b) may give each party an opportunity to direct written questions to other parties where the appeal is heard on the basis of written submissions.


230. Closing arguments.
(1) The panel chair must provide each party with an opportunity for closing arguments at an oral hearing.
(2) Subject to any rules established under section 210(2), closing arguments may be made orally, or, with the permission of the panel chair, in writing.


231. Adjournments. An oral hearing must continue from day to day, except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, unless the panel chair adjourns the hearing.


232. Costs.
(1) A party to an appeal may, in accordance with this section and the rules established under section 210(2), make an application to the panel hearing the appeal for an award of costs.
(2) Subject to the Act and this section, costs are in the discretion of the panel hearing the appeal.
(3) No direction for the payment of costs may be made against the Crown, a Minister, a director, an officer or any employee or official of the Government of Alberta.
(4) In deciding whether to award costs, the amount of any costs and the party by whom costs are to be paid, the panel may consider
(a) the extent, if any, to which the appeal succeeded,
(b) the value of the statutory interest, right or privilege at issue in the appeal,
(c) the importance of the issues,
(d) the complexity of the appeal,
(e) the conduct of any party that tended to shorten or to unnecessarily lengthen the proceeding,
(f) a party’s denial of or refusal to admit anything that should have been admitted,
(g) whether any step or stage in the proceedings was
(i) improper, vexatious or unnecessary, or
(ii) taken through negligence, mistake or excessive caution,
(h) whether a party commenced separate proceedings in a court or a tribunal under another enactment respecting matters that should have been dealt with in one proceeding, and
(i) any other matter the panel considers relevant to the question of costs.
(5) In awarding costs, the panel may
(a) award all, part, or none of the costs to a party, or
(b) award costs to a party respecting a particular matter or part of an appeal while refusing to award costs to that party, or awarding costs to another party, respecting another matter or part of the appeal,
and may direct whether or not any costs are to be set off against other amounts owing by or to a party.
(6) Where a panel awards costs, the panel must give a written notice to the parties directing by whom and to whom the costs are to be paid.
(7) Costs may be dealt with at any stage of an appeal.
(8) An award of costs or a direction respecting costs may be made before or after the panel submits its report and recommendations under section 124(1) of the Act.


Division 3 — Summary Appeals


233. Summary appeal.
(1) A person may appeal from
(a) a stop order, or
(b) a removal of a thing under section 69(2)(f)(iii) of the Act
by giving a notice of appeal in accordance with section 234 to the appeals co-ordinator.
(2) No decision other than an order referred to in subsection (1)(a) or (b) may be appealed by notice under subsection (1).
(3) On receiving a notice of appeal under subsection (1), the appeals co-ordinator must immediately assign a local settlement officer to hear the appeal.


234. Notice of summary appeal.
(1) A notice of appeal referred to in section 233 must be given to the appeals co-ordinator within 3 hours of the time the appellant becomes aware, or should reasonably have become aware, of the decision that is the subject of the notice of appeal.
(2) A notice of appeal referred to in subsection (1) may be given either orally or in writing, and must include
(a) the name of the appellant or appellants, and
(b) the particulars of the decision objected to, including
(i) the date and time at which the decision was made, if known,
(ii) an identification of the land to which the decision relates,
(iii) the name of the officer or director who made the decision, and
(iv) the grounds on which the decision is objected to.


Division 4 — Report of Appeal Body


235. Report. A report of an appeal body under section 124 of the Act must contain the following in addition to the matters required to be included under that section:
(a) a summary of the evidence;
(b) a statement of the issue to be decided;
(c) the reasons for the appeal body’s recommendations;
(d) the reasons for any dissent, in the case of a panel consisting of 3 members.


236. Effect of delay.
(1) An order under section 124 of the Act must be made in respect of an appeal
(a) before midnight on the day immediately following the day the decision appealed from was made, in the case of a summary appeal,
(b) within one year after the day the notice of appeal is served on the appeals co-ordinator, in the case of a complex appeal, or
(c) within 20 days after the day the notice of appeal is served on the appeals co-ordinator, in any other case.
(2) If the hearing is not completed before the expiry of the applicable period under subsection (1)(a), (b) or (c), then, unless subsection (3) applies, the appeals co-ordinator must
(a) in the case of an appeal from a decision, refer the decision back to the director or officer who made it, who must then rescind or vary the decision to the extent necessary to grant the relief requested in the notice of appeal of the decision, or
(b) in the case of an appeal from deemed rejection under section 15 or a refusal or deemed refusal to make a decision applied for, refer the matter to the director or officer to whom the application was made, who must then make the decision applied for,
and may invoice the appellant for any fees, rents or other charges applicable to the decision appealed from.
(3) The appeals co-ordinator must not act under subsection (2)(a) or (b) if, in the opinion of the appeals co-ordinator, the decision, variation or rescission sought in the appeal is unlawful, absurd or likely to cause unreasonable loss or damage to public land or is likely to have a significant adverse effect on the interests of any person.
(4) Despite sections 221(1)(a) and (b) and 233(3), an appeal to which subsection (3) applies must proceed or be continued under this Part as if the applicable time period under subsection (1)(a), (b) or (c) had not expired.
(5) Where a decision is rescinded or varied under subsection (2)(a) or a decision is made under subsection (2)(b), a notice of the rescission, variation or decision must be published or otherwise made available by the appeals co-ordinator in the manner the appeals co-ordinator considers appropriate.
(6) This section does not apply in respect of any appeal for which the notice of appeal is rejected under section 219.


Part 11 — Transitional Provisions, Consequential Amendments, Repeals, Expiry and Coming into Force


237. Transitional.
(1) A disposition that is in effect under the Dispositions and Fees Regulation (AR 54/2000) immediately before the coming into force of this Regulation is, on the coming into force of this Regulation, continued as a disposition under this Regulation.
(2) An order or consent of the director that is in effect under the Dispositions and Fees Regulation (AR 54/2000) immediately before the coming into force of this Regulation continues in effect on the coming into force of this Regulation as if it had been made under this Regulation.
(3) An order or instruction that is in effect under the Castle Special Management Area Forest Land Use Zone Regulation (AR 49/98) immediately before the coming into force of this Regulation continues in effect on the coming into force of this Regulation as if it had been made under Schedule 7 of this Regulation.
(4) An order that is in effect under the Forest Recreation Regulation (AR 343/79) immediately before the coming into force of this Regulation continues in effect on the coming into force of this Regulation as if it had been made under this Regulation.
(5) Where on the coming into force of this Regulation an application for a disposition under the Dispositions and Fees Regulation (AR 54/2000) has been made but not yet determined, the application is to be dealt with in accordance with that Regulation as if it had remained in force and had not been repealed by this Regulation.

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245. Expiry. For the purpose of ensuring that this Regulation 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 Regulation expires on March 31, 2016.


246. Coming into force. This Regulation comes into force on September 12, 2011.


Schedule 1 — Forage Value Percentages
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Schedule 2 — Areas for which No Disposition Authorizing the Grazing of Bison May Be Issued
All those Parcels or tracts of land administered under the Public Lands Act, lying and being in the Province of Alberta, and more particularly described as follows:
Commencing at the intersection of the south boundary of Township 88 with the Alberta/Saskatchewan Boundary, thence westerly along the said south boundary of the said Township 88 to the intersection with the right bank of the Peace River, thence northerly along the said right bank of the Peace River to its intersection with the south boundary of Township 95, thence westerly along the said south boundary of the said Township 95 to the intersection with the Alberta/British Columbia Boundary, thence northerly along the said Alberta/British Columbia Boundary to the intersection of the Alberta/Northwest Territories Boundary, thence easterly along the said Alberta/Northwest Territories Boundary to its intersection of the Alberta/Saskatchewan Boundary, thence southerly along the said Alberta/Saskatchewan Boundary to the point of commencement.


Schedule 3 — Grandfathered Dispositions Authorizing Grazing of Bison
FDL = Farm Development Lease
FGL = Forest Grazing Licence
GRL = Grazing Lease
GRP = Grazing Permit
MLL = Miscellaneous Lease

FDL 790133 FGL 890007FGL 930016GRL 15293
GRL 15744GRL 16785GRL 030092GRL 31753
GRL 31977GRL 32675GRL 32845GRL 33423
GRL 33861GRL 34309GRL 34840GRL 35136
GRL 35518GRL 35619GRL 36781GRL 36850
GRL 37155GRL 37291GRL 37693GRL 39231
GRL 39677GRL 39721GRL 40111GRL 40872
GRL 940122GRL 800248GRL 810050GRL 810465
GRL 820160GRL 820456GRP 840038GRL 860002
GRL 860098GRL 870035GRL 880015GRL 880198
GRL 900019GRL 900050GRL 910054GRL 940061
GRL 940121GRL 960001GRL 960025GRL 960114
GRL 970057GRP 800005GRP 800091GRP 980004
MLL 010011



Schedule 4 — Public Land Use Zones


Part A: The Kananaskis Country Public Land Use Zone


1.
(1) Subject to subsection (2), no person shall, within the Kananaskis Country Public Land Use Zone, operate
(a) an on highway vehicle, except on a highway, or
(b) an off highway vehicle or snow vehicle.
(2) The operation of a motor vehicle on land within the Kananaskis Country Public Land Use Zone that is not a highway is permitted
(a) to transport an employee of the Government in the course of the person’s work,
(b) where the vehicle is being used to conduct, or to transport any person or equipment to be employed or used in, work within the Zone that has been approved by the director,
(c) to remove a sick, injured or deceased person from the Zone, or
(d) at places within the limits of a registered trapping area located within the Zone where the use of the vehicle is approved by an officer.


2. No person shall
(a) camp, or
(b) start or maintain an open fire
within one kilometre of a forest recreation area or roadway located within the Kananaskis Country Public Land Use Zone.


3. The Kananaskis Country Public Land Use Zone comprises the following area of public land:
In Township 16, Range 4, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 19, 20, 21, 22, 29, 30, 31 and 32.
In Township 17, Range 4, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 6, 7, 8, 17, 18, 19, 20, 30 and 31.
In Township 18, Range 4, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 6, 7, 18, 19 and Sections 28 to 33 inclusive.
In Township 19, Range 4, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 2 to 11 inclusive, Sections 15 to 22 inclusive and Sections 27 to 34 inclusive.
In Township 20, Range 4, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 3 to 10 inclusive, Sections 15 to 19 inclusive and Sections 30 and 31.
In Township 21, Range 4, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 6, 7, 18 and 19 and the north half and southwest quarter Section 30.
In Township 16, Range 5, West of the 5th Meridian:
North half Section 18, Section 19, north half and southwest quarter Section 20, north half and southeast quarter Section 21, Sections 22 to 36 inclusive.
Part of north half and southwest quarter of Section 17, south half of Section 18 and southeast quarter of Section 20 - north and west of Baril Creek.
Part of the southwest quarter of Section 21 - north of Baril Creek and northeast of Highway 940.
In Township 17, Range 5, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 36 inclusive.
In Township 18, Range 5, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 36 inclusive.
In Township 19, Range 5, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 36 inclusive.
In Township 20, Range 5, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 36 inclusive.
In Township 21, Range 5, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 36 inclusive.
In Township 22, Range 5, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 24 inclusive, south half and northwest quarter of Section 28, Sections 29 to 33 inclusive.
In Township 23, Range 5, West of the 5th Meridian
Sections 5, 6, 7 and 18.
In Township 16, Range 6, West of the 5th Meridian:
North half Section 9, northwest quarter Section 10, north half of Section 13, Sections 14 and 15, northeast quarter of Section 21, Sections 22 to 29 inclusive, northeast quarter of Section 31, Sections 32 to 36 inclusive.
Part of north half of Section 8, Section 16, 20, northwest and southeast quarters of Section 21, Section 30, and south half and northwest quarter Section 31 - generally east of the Alberta-British Columbia boundary.
Part of south half Section 13 - north of Baril Creek.
In Township 17, Range 6, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 36 inclusive.
In Township 18, Range 6, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 36 inclusive.
In Township 19, Range 6, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 36 inclusive.
In Township 20, Range 6, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 36 inclusive.
In Township 21, Range 6, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 36 inclusive.
In Township 22, Range 6, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 36 inclusive.
In Township 23, Range 6, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 36 inclusive.
In Township 24, Range 6, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 2 to 11 inclusive, south half Section 14, south half and northwest quarter of Section 15, south half of Section 16, south half and northwest quarter of Section 17, Section 18.
Part north half of Section 14, northeast quarter of Section 15, north half of Section 16, northeast quarter of Section 17, south half and northwest quarter of Section 19, southwest quarter of Section 20, southeast quarter of Section 21 and south half of Section 22 - south of addition to Indian Reserves 142, 143 and 144 (Plan 7399 J.K.).
In Township 16, Range 7, West of the 5th Meridian:
All - northeast of Alberta-British Columbia boundary.
In Township 17, Range 7, West of the 5th Meridian:
All - east of Alberta-British Columbia boundary.
In Township 18, Range 7, West of the 5th Meridian:
All - east of Alberta-British Columbia boundary.
In Township 19, Range 7, West of the 5th Meridian:
All - northeast of Kananaskis Provincial Park boundary.
In Township 20, Range 7, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 36 inclusive.
In Township 21, Range 7, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 36 inclusive.
In Township 22, Range 7, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 36 inclusive.
In Township 23, Range 7, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 36 inclusive.
In Township 24, Range 7, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 18 inclusive, south halves of Sections 19 and 20, Sections 21, 22 and 23, south half and northwest quarter of Section 24, southwest quarter of Section 25, south halves of Sections 26 and 27, southeast quarter of Section 28.
Part north half of Section 19, north half of Section 20, northeast quarter of Section 24, north half and southeast quarter of Section 25, north halves of Sections 26 and 27, north half and southwest quarter of Section 28 and southeast quarter of Section 29 - south of the addition to Indian Reserves 142, 143 and 144 (Plan 7399 J.K.).
In Township 18, Range 8, West of the 5th Meridian:
All - northeast of Alberta-British Columbia boundary.
In Township 19, Range 8, West of the 5th Meridian:
All - northeast of Kananaskis Provincial Park boundary.
In Township 20, Range 8, West of the 5th Meridian:
All - northeast of Kananaskis Provincial Park boundary.
In Township 21, Range 8, West of the 5th Meridian:
All - northeast of Kananaskis Provincial Park boundary.
In Township 22, Range 8, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 36 inclusive.
In Township 23, Range 8, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 36 inclusive.
In Township 24, Range 8, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 18 inclusive, south halves of Sections 19 to 24 inclusive.
Part northeast quarter of Section 23, north half of Section 24 - all south of Indian Reserves 142, 143 and 144.
In Township 21, Range 9, West of the 5th Meridian:
All - north and east of Kananaskis Provincial Park boundary.
In Township 22, Range 9, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 36 inclusive.
In Township 23, Range 9, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 30 inclusive, the south half and northeast quarter of Section 31 and Sections 32 to 36 inclusive.
In Township 24, Range 9, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 5 inclusive, the east half of Section 8, Sections 9 to 14 inclusive and the south half of Section 15, all those portions of the north half of Section 15 which lie to the south of the Trans-Canada Highway No. 1.
In Township 21, Range 10, West of the 5th Meridian:
All - northwest of Kananaskis Provincial Park boundary.
In Township 22, Range 10, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 29 inclusive, Sections 32 to 36 inclusive.
Part Section 30 and east half of Section 31 - southeast of Banff National Park boundary.
In Township 23, Range 10, West of the 5th Meridian:
All - northeast of Banff National Park boundary.
In Township 24, Range 10, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 3 to 9 inclusive, Sections 17 to 19 inclusive, all that portion of Section 31 which lies to the west of the boundary of the Canmore townsite and south and west of the Bow River.
In Township 25, Range 10, West of the 5th Meridian:
All those portions of Sections 6 and 7 which lie to the west of the Bow River.
In Township 21, Range 11, West of the 5th Meridian:
All - northeast of Banff National Park boundary.
In Township 22, Range 11, West of the 5th Meridian:
All - east of Banff National Park boundary.
In Township 23, Range 11, West of the 5th Meridian:
All - northeast of Banff National Park boundary.
In Township 24, Range 11, West of the 5th Meridian:
All that portion of the township which lies to the east of the Banff National Park boundary.
In Township 25, Range 11, West of the 5th Meridian:
All that portion of the township which lies to the south and east of the Banff National Park Boundary and to the south and west of the Bow River.
EXCEPTING THEREOUT the following tracts of land declared as Public Land Use Zones, and Public Land Recreation Trails pursuant to Section 46 of the Forests Act, namely:
Ford Creek-Jumpingpound Public Land Recreation Trail
McLean Creek Off-Highway Vehicle Public Land Use Zone
Sibbald Snow Vehicle Public Land Use Zone
ALSO EXCEPTING THEREOUT, the following tracts of land declared as Provincial Recreation Areas pursuant to Section 7 of the Provincial Parks Act:
Barrier Lake Recreation Area
Bluerock Recreation Area
Bow Valley Recreation Area
Buller Creek Recreation Area
Canyon Creek Ice Caves Recreation Area
Cat Creek Recreation Area
Cataract Creek Recreation Area
Crane Meadow Day Use Recreation Area
Dawson Creek Equestrian Day Use Recreation Area
Elbow Falls Recreation Area
Elbow River Recreation Area
Etherington Group Camp Recreation Area
Etherington Recreation Area
Evans-Thomas Recreation Area
Eyrie Gap Day Use Recreation Area
Fir Creek Day Use Recreation Area
Fisher Creek Day Use Recreation Area
Fitzsimmons Creek Day Use Recreation Area
Ford Creek Recreation Area
Galatea Creek Recreation Area
Gooseberry Recreation Area
Gorge Creek Day Use Recreation Area
Guinn Pass Recreation Area
Heart Creek Recreation Area
Heart Mountain Recreation Area
Heart Ridge Recreation Area
Highwood Day Use Recreation Area
Highwood Group Camp Recreation Area
Indian Graves Recreation Area
Indian Oils Day Use Recreation Area
Jumpingpound Day Use Recreation Area
Kananaskis River Recreation Area
Lantern Creek Day Use Recreation Area
Lillian Lake Recreation Area
Lineham Day Use Recreation Area
Long Prairie Day Use Recreation Area
McLean Creek Recreation Area
Mist Creek Day Use Recreation Area
Moose Lake Recreation Area
Mount Allen Recreation Area
Mount Lipsett Day Use Recreation Area
Mount Lorette Ponds Recreation Area
North Fork Equestrian Group Camp Recreation Area
North Fork Equestrian Recreation Area
North Fork Recreation Area
Picklejar Creek Day Use Recreation Area
Pigeon Mountain Recreation Area
Pine Grove Group Camp “A” Recreation Area
Pine Grove Group Camp “B” Recreation Area
Pinetop Day Use Recreation Area
Porcupine Creek Recreation Area
Quaite Valley Recreation Area
Quirk Creek Recreation Area
Ribbon Creek Recreation Area
Ribbon Lake Recreation Area
Sandy McNabb Group Camp Recreation Area (A)
Sandy McNabb Group Camp Recreation Area (B)
Sandy McNabb Recreation Area
Sentinel Day Use Recreation Area
Sheep Falls Day Use Recreation Area
Sibbald Flat Recreation Area
Sibbald Meadows Pond Day Use Recreation Area
Sibbald Viewpoint Day Use Recreation Area
Skogan Pass Recreation Area
Strawberry Group Camp Recreation Area
Spray Lakes Recreation Area
Terrace-Trail Recreation Area
Trout Pond Day Use Recreation Area
Volcano Ridge Day Use Recreation Area
Ware Creek Day Use Recreation Area
Wasootch Creek Recreation Area


Part B — McLean Creek Off-Highway Vehicle Public Land Use Zone


4.
(1) The operation of motor vehicles is permitted within the McLean Creek Off-Highway Vehicle Public Land Use Zone except as otherwise indicated by signs posted in the Zone or by an access permit.
(2) A person operating a motor vehicle within the Zone shall, at the time of the person’s entry into the Zone, obtain a copy of, and comply with, the access permit referred to in subsection (1).


5. No person shall operate a motor vehicle on a highway or trail within the McLean Creek Off-Highway Vehicle Public Land Use Zone at a speed exceeding the maximum speed limit posted for that vehicle.


6. No person shall
(a) camp, or
(b) start or maintain an open fire
within one kilometre of a forest recreation area or roadway located within the McLean Creek Off-Highway Public Land Use Zone.


7. The MacLean Creek Off-Highway Vehicle Public Land Use Zone comprises the following area of public land:
In Township 21, Range 4, West of the 5th Meridian:
Section 19, north half and southwest quarter of Section 30.
In Township 21, Range 5, West of the 5th Meridian:
Northeast quarter of Section 8, north half of Section 9, northwest quarter of Section 10, Sections 14 to 36 inclusive.
Part north half of Section 7, south half and northwest quarter of Section 8, south half of Section 9, south half and northeast quarter of Section 10, north half of Section 11 - north of northerly limit of Forget-Me-Not Lookout Forestry Road.
In Township 22, Range 5, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 24 inclusive, south half and northwest quarter of Section 28, south half and northeast quarter of Section 29 and south half of Section 30.
Part northwest quarter of Section 29, north half of Section 30, south halves of Sections 32 and 33 - south of southerly limit of Elbow secondary road.
In Township 21, Range 6, West of the 5th Meridian:
Legal subdivision 16 of Section 12, legal subdivisions 1, 8, 15 and 16 of Section 13, Sections 14, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, south half and northeast quarter of Section 33, Sections 34, 35 and 36.
Part of south half and northeast quarter of Section 32 and northwest quarter Section 33 - east and south of the right bank of the Elbow River.
In Township 22, Range 6, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 3 inclusive, Sections 9 to 12 inclusive, south half and northeast quarter of Section 13.
Part of Section 4, east half of Section 8 - south and east of the right bank of the Elbow River.
Part legal subdivision 9 of Section 12, north of the northerly limit of the Forget-Me-Not Lookout Forestry Road.
Part northwest quarter of Section 13, south half and northeast quarter of Section 14, south halves of Section 15 and 16 and southeast quarter of Section 17, south half and northeast quarter of Section 24 and southeast quarter of Section 25 - southeast of right bank of the Elbow River.
EXCEPTING THEREOUT the following tracts of land declared as Provincial Recreation Areas pursuant to Section 7 of the Provincial Parks Act:
Fisher Creek Day Use Recreation Area
McLean Creek Recreation Area


Part C: Sibbald Snow Vehicle Public Land Use Zone


8.
(1) Subject to subsection (2) and to section 9(2), no person shall operate a snow vehicle within the Sibbald Snow Vehicle Public Land Use Zone.
(2) The operation of a snow vehicle is permitted within the Sibbald Snow Vehicle Public Land Use Zone only on trails that are designated for that use by signs posted in the Zone or by an access permit.
(3) A person operating a motor vehicle within the Sibbald Snow Vehicle Public Land Use Zone shall, at the time of the person’s entry into the Zone, obtain a copy of, and comply with, any order or instructions referred to in sections 189(1), 190(3) and 191(1).
(4) No person shall operate a snow vehicle on a trail designated for that use within the Sibbald Snow Vehicle Public Land Use Zone at a speed exceeding the maximum speed for snow vehicles posted on or about the trail.


9.
(1) Subject to subsection (2),
(a) no person shall operate an on highway vehicle within the Sibbald Snow Vehicle Public Land Use Zone except on a highway, and
(b) no person shall operate an off highway vehicle within the Sibbald Snow Vehicle Public Land Use Zone.
(2) The operation of a motor vehicle within the Sibbald Snow Vehicle Public Land Use Zone on land that is not a highway is permitted
(a) to transport an employee of the Government in the course of the person’s work,
(b) where the vehicle is being used to conduct, or to transport any person or equipment to be employed or used in, work or activity within the Zone that has been authorized by the director,
(c) to remove a sick, injured or deceased person from the Zone, or
(d) at places within the limits of a registered trapping area located within the Zone where the use of the vehicle is authorized by an officer.


10. No person shall
(a) camp, or
(b) start or maintain an open fire
within one kilometre of a forest recreation area or a roadway located within the Sibbald Snow Vehicle Public Land Use Zone.


11. The Sibbald Snow Vehicle Public Land Use Zone comprises the following area of public land:
In Partially Surveyed Township 23, Range 6, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 19, 20 and 21 and Sections 28 to 33 inclusive.
In Township 24, Range 6, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 4 to 9 inclusive, the south half of Section 16, the south half and northwest quarter of Section 17 and Section 18, all those portions of the north half of the said Section 16, the northeast quarter of the said Section 17 lying generally to the south of the addition to Indian Reserves No. 142, 143 and 144 (Plan. No. 7399 J.K.).
In unsurveyed Township 23, Range 7, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 24 and 25, the north half of Section 35 and all of Section 36.
In unsurveyed Township 24, Range 7, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 and 2, Sections 10 and 18 inclusive, the south halves of Sections 19 and 20, Sections 21, 22 and 23 and all those portions of the north halves of the said Sections 19 and 20, lying generally to the south of the addition to the said Indian Reserves 142, 143 and 144 (Plan No. 7399 J.K.).
EXCEPTING THEREOUT the following tracts of land declared as Provincial Recreation Areas pursuant to Section 7 of the Provincial Parks Act, namely:
Crane Meadow Day Use Recreation Area
Sibbald Meadows Pond Day Use Recreation Area
Sibbald Viewpoint Day Use Recreation Area
Sibbald Flat Recreation Area
Pine Grove Group Camp “A” Recreation Area
Pine Grove Group Camp “B” Recreation Area


Part D: Cataract Creek Snow Vehicle Public Land Use Zone


12.
(1) Subject to subsection (2), no person shall operate a snow vehicle within the Cataract Creek Snow Vehicle Public Land Use Zone.
(2) The operation of a snow vehicle is permitted within the Cataract Creek Snow Vehicle Public Land Use Zone only on trails that are designated for that use by signs posted in the Zone, or by an access permit.
(3) A person operating a motor vehicle within the Cataract Creek Snow Vehicle Public Land Use Zone shall, at the time of the person’s entry into the Zone, obtain a copy of, and comply with, any order or instructions referred to in sections 189(1), 190(3) and 191(1).
(4) No person shall operate a snow vehicle on a trail designated for that use within the Cataract Creek Snow Vehicle Public Land Use Zone at a speed exceeding the maximum speed for snow vehicles posted on or about the trail.


13.
(1) Subject to subsection (2),
(a) no person shall operate an on-highway vehicle within the Cataract Creek Snow Vehicle Public Land Use Zone except on a highway, and
(b) no person shall operate an off-highway vehicle within the Cataract Creek Snow Vehicle Public Land Use Zone.
(2) The operation of a motor vehicle within the Cataract Creek Snow Vehicle Public Land Use Zone on land that is not a highway is permitted
(a) to transport an employee of the Government in the course of the person’s work,
(b) where the vehicle is being used to conduct, or to transport any person or equipment to be employed or used in, work or activity within the Zone that has been approved by the director,
(c) to remove a sick, injured or deceased person from the Zone, or
(d) at places within the limits of a registered trapping area located within the Zone where the use of the vehicle is authorized by an officer.


14. No person shall
(a) camp, or
(b) start or maintain an open fire
within one kilometre of a forest recreation area or a roadway located within the Cataract Creek Snow Vehicle Public Land Use Zone.


15. The Cataract Creek Snow Vehicle Public Land Use Zone comprises the following area of public land:
In Township 14, Range 3, West of the 5th Meridian:
Part northwest quarter of Section 31 - lying north and west of the northwesterly limit of secondary highway No. 532.
In Township 15, Range 3, West of the 5th Meridian:
The northwest quarter of Section 6, Section 7, north half and southwest quarter Section 8 northwest quarter of Section 9, Sections 16 to 22 inclusive, Sections 27 to 33 inclusive.
Part north half of Section 5, south half and northeast quarter of Section 6, southwest quarter Section 8, south half and northeast quarter Section 9, northwest quarter of Section 10, northwest quarter of Section 14, north half and southwest quarter Section 15 - lying north and west of the northwesterly limit of secondary highway No. 532.
In Township 16, Range 3, West of the 5th Meridian:
Section 6.
In Township 14, Range 4, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 27 to 34 inclusive.
Northeast quarter of Section 20, north half of Section 21, north half of Section 22, northwest quarter of Section 23, north half and southwest quarter of Section 35.
Part north half of Section 19, south half and northwest quarter Section 20, south half of Section 21, southwest quarter of Section 22 - lying north of the northerly limit of the forestry trunk road - (secondary highway No. 940).
Part southeast quarter of Section 22, north half and southwest quarter of Section 23, north half and southwest quarter of section 26, southeast quarter of Section 35, north half and southwest quarter of Section 36 - lying to the west of the westerly limit of secondary highway No. 532.
In Township 15, Range 4, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 36 inclusive.
In Township 16, Range 4, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 10 inclusive, Sections 15 to 18 inclusive.
In Township 14, Range 5, West of the 5th Meridian:
(a) That portion of the township, lying to the north and east of the northeasterly limit of the Forestry Trunk Road (secondary highway No. 940).
(b) The remaining portion of the township, lying to the north of the height of land separating the Highwood-Bow River and Upper Oldman River watersheds and to the south and west of the northeasterly limit of the said Forestry Trunk Road.
In Township 15, Range 5, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 36 inclusive.
In Township 16, Range 5, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 16 inclusive and southeast quarter of Section 17.
North half of Section 17, south half of Section 18 and southeast quarter of Section 20 - south and east of Baril Creek.
Part of southwest quarter Section 21 - south and east of Baril Creek and southwest of Highway No. 940.
In Township 14, Range 6, West of the 5th Meridian:
All - east of Alberta-British Columbia boundary, and north of the height of land separating the Highwood-Bow River and Upper Oldman River watersheds.
In Township 15, Range 6, West of the 5th Meridian:
All - east of Alberta-British Columbia boundary.
In Township 16, Range 6, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 4 inclusive, Sections 9, 11 and 12, south half of Section 9 and south half and northwest quarter of Section 10.
Part of north half and southeast quarter of Section 5, and south half of Section 8 - east of the Alberta-British Columbia boundary.
Part of the south half of Section 13 - south and east of Baril Creek.
EXCEPTING THEREOUT the following tracts of land declared as a Provincial Recreation Area pursuant to Section 7 of the Provincial Parks Act, namely:
Cataract Creek Recreation Area
Indian Graves Recreation Area


Part E: Blackstone/Wapiabi Public Land Use Zone


16.
(1) Subject to subsection (2), no person shall operate
(a) an on-highway vehicle, except on a highway, or
(b) an off-highway vehicle or snow vehicle
within the Blackstone/Wapiabi Public Land Use Zone.
(2) The operation of a motor vehicle on land within the Zone is permitted
(a) to transport an employee of the Government in the course of the person’s work,
(b) where the vehicle is being used to conduct or transport any person or equipment to be employed or used in work or activity within the Zone that has been approved by the director,
(c) to remove a sick, injured or deceased person from the Zone, and
(d) in connection with registered trapping at places within the limits of a registered trapping area within the Zone where the use of the vehicle is approved by an officer.


17. No person shall
(a) camp overnight, or
(b) permit the person’s horse or a horse under the person’s control to graze or be tethered
within 100 meters of a lakeshore within the Blackstone/Wapiabi Public Land Use Zone except in accordance with the written instructions of an officer or where authorized by a posted notice.


18. No person shall operate a motorized boat within the Blackstone/Wapiabi Public Land Use Zone except in accordance with the written instructions of an officer.


19. The Blackstone/Wapiabi Public Land Use Zone comprises the following area of public land:
In Township 39, Range 16, West of the 5th Meridian:
North half of Section 31.
In Township 39, Range 17, West of the 5th Meridian:
North half of Sections 31, 32, 33, 34, 35 and 36.
In Township 39, Range 18, West of the 5th Meridian:
North half of Sections 35 and 36.
In Township 40, Range 16, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 6 and 7.
In Township 40, Range 17, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 12 inclusive, south half of Sections 13 and 14, Sections 15 to 22 inclusive, south half and northwest quarter of Section 27, Sections 28 to 32 inclusive, and the south half of Section 33.
In Township 40, Range 18, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 3 inclusive, Sections 9 to 17 inclusive and Sections 20 to 36 inclusive.
In Township 40, Range 19, West of the 5th Meridian:
Section 36.
In Township 41, Range 17, West of the 5th Meridian:
Section 5, south half and northwest quarter of Section 6 and the southwest of Section 7.
In Township 41, Range 18, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 12 inclusive, the west half of Section 13, Sections 14 to 21 inclusive, the south half and northwest quarter of Section 22 and Sections 28 to 33 inclusive.
In Township 41, Range 19, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 and 2, Sections 11 to 15 inclusive, Sections 21 to 29 inclusive, and Sections 31 to 36 inclusive.
In Township 42, Range 18, West of the 5th Meridian:
Southwest quarter of Section 4, Sections 5 and 6, the south half and northwest quarter of Section 7.
In Township 42, Range 19, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 12 inclusive, the southwest quarter of Section 13, Sections 14 to 18 inclusive, the south half and northeast quarter of Section 19, Sections 20 to 22 inclusive, the south half and northwest quarter of Section 23, the south half and northwest quarter of Section 27, Sections 28 and 29, the east half of Sections 30 and 31, Sections 32 and 33 and all those portions of the northwest quarter of the said Section 19, the west half of Sections 30 and 31 lying to the east of the height of land forming the boundary between the Edson Forest and Rocky/Clearwater Forest.
In Township 42, Range 20, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 12 and 13 and all those portions of Sections 23, 24 and the southeast quarter of Section 25, which lie to the south of the height of land between the Edson Forest and the Rocky/Clearwater Forest.
In Township 43, Range 18, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 31 and 32.
In Township 43, Range 19, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 3 inclusive, Sections 10 to 16 inclusive, Sections 20 to 29 inclusive, Sections 32 to 36 inclusive, and all those portions of Sections 4, 5, 9, 17, 18, 19, 30 and 31, lying to the east of the height of land forming the boundary between the Edson Forest and the Rocky/Clearwater Forest.
In Township 43, Range 20, West of the 5th Meridian:
All those portions of the east half of Section 25 and the southeast quarter of Section 36 which lie to the east of the height of land forming the boundary between the Edson Forest and the Rocky/Clearwater Forest.


Part F: Job/Cline Public Land Use Zone


20.
(1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3), no person shall operate
(a) an on-highway vehicle, except on a highway, or
(b) an off-highway vehicle or snow vehicle
within the Job/Cline Public Land Use Zone.
(2) The operation of a motor vehicle on land within the Job/Cline Public Land Use Zone is permitted
(a) to transport an employee of the Government in the course of the person’s work,
(b) where the vehicle is being used to conduct or transport any person or equipment to be employed or used in work or activity within the Zone that has been approved by the director,
(c) to remove a sick, injured or deceased person from the Zone, and
(d) in connection with registered trapping at places within the limits of a registered trapping area within the Zone where the use of the vehicle is approved by an officer.
(3) The operation of
(a) an off-highway vehicle with a maximum weight of 590 kg (1300 lb), a maximum tire pressure of 110 kPA (16psi), a maximum wheelbase of 185 cm and a maximum width of 178 cm,
(b) a snow vehicle, or
(c) an on-highway vehicle that is a motorcycle
is permitted in areas or on trails that have been designated for that purpose by signs or notices posted in the Zone or in accordance with the written instructions of an officer.
(4) A person operating an off-highway vehicle or motorcycle described in subsection (3) within the Zone shall, at the time of entry into the Zone, obtain a copy of, and comply with, any written instructions referred to in subsection (3) that are then available.


21. No person shall
(a) take an off-highway vehicle or motorcycle described in subsection (3),
(b) camp overnight, or
(c) permit the person’s horse or horse under the person’s control to graze or be tethered
within 100 meters of a lakeshore within the Job/Cline Public Land Use Zone except in accordance with the written instructions of an officer or where authorized by posted notice.


22. No person shall land a helicopter on a lake, or within 200 meters of the shore of a lake, within the Job/Cline Public Land Use Zone except in accordance with the written instructions of an officer.


23. No person shall operate a motorized boat within the Job/Cline Public Land Use Zone except in accordance with the written instructions of an officer.


24. The Job/Cline Public Land Use Zone comprises the following area of public land:
[All those parcels or tracts of land, site situate, lying, and being in the Province of Alberta, Canada, and being composed of:]
In unsurveyed Township 38, Range 17, West of the 5th Meridian:
Northwest quarter of Section 18; Section 19; Section 30; Section 31; West half of section 32.
In unsurveyed Township 39, Range 17, West of the 5th Meridian:
Legal subdivision 3, Legal subdivision 6 and Southeast quarter of Section 5; Legal subdivision 2, Legal subdivision 7 and West half of Section 6; Northwest quarter of Section 30 lying generally to the north of the left bank of the Bighorn River and to the west of the left bank of Sunkay Creek; Southwest quarter of Section 31 lying generally to the west of the left bank of Sunkay Creek.
In unsurveyed Township 35, Range 18, West of the 5th Meridian:
Northeast quarter of Section 19; North half of Section 20; North half of Section 21; North half of Section 22; North half of Section 23; Legal subdivision 12 and Legal subdivision 13 of Section 25; Section 26 through Section 35; Legal subdivision 4, Legal subdivision 5 and Northwest quarter of Section 36.
In unsurveyed Township 36, Range 18, West of the 5th Meridian:
Legal subdivision 2, Legal subdivision 7 and West half of Section 1; Section 2 through Section 11; Southwest quarter of Section 12; Section 14 through Section 23; South half and Northwest quarter of Section 26; Section 27 through Section 34; Southwest quarter of Section 35.
In unsurveyed Township 37, Range 18, West of the 5th Meridian:
West half of Section 3; Section 4; South half of Section 5, South half of Section 6; North half of Section 5 lying generally to the south and east of the White Goat Wilderness Area; North half of Section 6 lying generally to the south of the White Goat Wilderness Area; Northeast quarter of Section 7 and South half and Northwest quarter of Section 8 lying generally to the north and east of the White Goat Wilderness Area; Northeast quarter of Section 8; Section 9; Section 16; Section 17; Northeast quarter of Section 18; South half and Northwest quarter of Section 18 lying generally to the north and east of the White Goat Wilderness Area; Section 19 through Section 21; Section 28 through Section 33; Northwest quarter of Section 34.
In unsurveyed Township 38, Range 18, West of the 5th Meridian:
Section 3 through Section 10; North half and Southwest quarter of Section 11; Section 13 through Section 36.
In unsurveyed Township 39, Range 18, West of the 5th Meridian:
Section 1 through Section 11; West half of Section 12; South half and Northwest quarter of Section 14; Section 15 through Section 22; West half of Section 23 lying generally to the west of the left bank of Littlehorn Creek; North half and Southwest quarter of Section 25 lying generally to the north of the left bank of Bighorn River; Section 26 lying generally to the north of the left bank of Bighorn River and west of the left bank of Littlehorn Creek; Section 27 through Section 34; South half of Section 35; South half of Section 36 lying west of the left bank of Sunkay Creek.
In unsurveyed Township 40, Range 18, West of the 5th Meridian:
Section 4 through Section 8; Section 18; Section 19.
In unsurveyed Township 35, Range 19, West of the 5th Meridian:
North half and Southeast quarter of Section 20 lying generally to the north and east of Banff National Park; Northwest quarter of Section 21; Section 25 through Section 28; North half and Southeast quarter of Section 29; East half of section 31; North half and Southeast quarter of Section 30 and West half of Section 31 lying generally to the north and east of Banff National Park; Section 32 through Section 36.
In unsurveyed Township 36, Range 29, West of the 5th Meridian:
Section 1 through section 5; Section 6 lying to the north and east of Banff National Park; Section 7 through Section 36.
In unsurveyed Township 37, Range 19, West of the 5th Meridian:
Section 1 through Section 6 and South half of Section 7 lying generally to the south of the White Goat Wilderness Area; Northeast quarter of Section 13 lying generally to the north and east of the White Goat Wilderness Area; North half of Section 22; Section 23 and South half and Northwest quarter of Section 24 lying generally to the north of the White Goat Wilderness Area; Northeast quarter of Section 24; Section 25; Section 26; North half and Southeast quarter of Section 27; Southwest quarter of Section 27; North halves and Southeast quarters of Sections 28 and 32 and Southwest quarter of Section 33 lying north and east of the White Goat Wilderness Area; North half and Southeast quarter of Section 33; Section 34 through Section 36.
In unsurveyed Township 38, Range 19, West of the 5th Meridian:
Section 1 through Section 4; Section 5, Section 6 and Section 7 lying generally to the north and east of the White Goat Wilderness Area; Section 8 through Section 36.
In unsurveyed Township 39, Range 19, West of the 5th Meridian:
Section 1 through Section 36.
In unsurveyed Township 40, Range 19, West of the 5th Meridian:
Section 1 through Section 35.
In unsurveyed Township 41, Range 19, West of the 5th Meridian:
Section 3 through Section 10; Section 16 through Section 20; Section 30.
In unsurveyed Township 35, Range 20, West of the 5th Meridian:
Northwest quarter of Section 34 and North half of Section 35 lying generally to the north of Banff National Park.
In unsurveyed Township 36, Range 20, West of the 5th Meridian:
North half of section 1; North half and Southwest quarter of section 2; South half of Section 1 and Southeast quarter of Section 2 which lie to the north of Banff National Park; East half of Section 3 and Northeast quarter of Section 8, South half and Northwest quarter of Section 9 and South half of Section 10 lying generally to the north and east of Banff National Park; Northeast quarter of Section 9; North half of Section 10; Section 11 through Section 16; East half of Section 17, South half and Northwest quarter of Section 19 and South half of Section 20 lying generally to the north and east of Banff National Park; Northeast quarter of Section 19; North half of Section 20; Section 21 through Section 30; South half of section 31; North half of Section 31 lying to the south and east of the White Goat Wilderness Area; Section 32 through Section 36.
In unsurveyed Township 37, Range 20, West of the 5th Meridian:
Section 1 through Section 3; Section 4, South half and Northeast quarter of Section 5, South half of Section 6, South half of Section 9, South half of Section 10, South half of Section 11 and South half of Section 12 lying generally to the south of the White Goat Wilderness Area.
In surveyed Township 38, Range 20, West of the 5th Meridian:
Northeast quarter of Section 12; Section 13; Northwest quarter of Section 14; South half and Northwest quarter of Section 12, South half and Northeast quarter of Section 14, North half and Southeast quarter of Section 15, North half of Section 16, East half of Section 20, South half of Section 21 and Southwest quarter of Section 22 lying generally to the north and east of the White Goat Wilderness Area; North half of Section 21; North half and Southeast quarter of Section 22; Section 23 through Section 28; Northeast quarter of Section 29; South half and Northwest quarter of Section 29, Northeast quarter of Section 30 and Section 31 lying generally to the north and east of the White Goat Wilderness Area; Section 32 through Section 36.
In unsurveyed Township 39, Range 20, West of the 5th Meridian:
Section 1 through Section 5; North half of Section 6; South half of Section 6 lying generally to the north of the White Goat Wilderness Area; Section 7 through Section 36.
In unsurveyed Township 40, Range 20, West of the 5th Meridian:
Section 1 through Section 30; Section 31 lying generally to the east of Jasper National Park; Section 32 through Section 36.
In unsurveyed Township 41, Range 20, West of the 5th Meridian:
Section 1 through Section 5; Northeast quarter of Section 6; East half of Section 7; South half and Northwest quarter of Section 6 and West half of Section 7 lying generally to the east of Jasper National Park; Section 8 through Section 30; South half of Section 31; North half of Section 31 lying generally to the south and east of Jasper National Park; Section 32 through Section 36.
In unsurveyed Township 42, Range 20, West of the 5th Meridian:
Section 1 through Section 5; East half of Section 6 and North half and Southwest quarter of Section 8 lying generally to the east of Jasper National Park; Southeast quarter of Section 8; Section 9 through Section 11; Section 14; Section 15; Section 16, and South half and Northeast quarter of Section 17 lying generally to the south and east of Jasper National Park; South half and Northwest quarter of Section 21 lying generally to the east of Jasper National Park; Northeast quarter of Section 21 and South half of Section 28 lying generally to the east of Jasper National Park and to the west of the right bank of Opabin Creek; North half and Southeast quarter of Section 22 and Southwest quarter of Section 27 lying generally to the south and west of the right bank of Opabin Creek; Southwest quarter of Section 22.
In unsurveyed Township 36, Range 21, West of the 5th Meridian:
North half of Section 24 and Southwest quarter of Section 25 lying generally to the north and east of Banff National Park; East half of Section 25; Northwest quarter of Section 25, Northeast quarter of Section 26, and South half and Northeast quarter of Section 36 lying generally to the south and east of the White Goat Wilderness Area; Southeast quarter of Section 26 lying to the north and east of Banff National Park and to the south and east of the White Goat Wilderness Area.
In unsurveyed Township 39, Range 21, West of the 5th Meridian:
Section 1, Northwest quarter of Section 3, North half of Section 4, North half of Section 5 lying generally to the north of the White Goat Wilderness Area; East half of Section 7 lying generally to the north and east of the White Goat Wilderness Area and to the east of Jasper National Park; Southwest quarter of Section 8 lying generally to the north and east of the White Goat Wilderness Area; North half and Southeast quarter of Section 8; Section 9; Northeast quarter of Section 10; North half of Section 11; North half and Southeast quarter of Section 12; South half and Northwest quarter of Section 10, South half of Section 11 and Southwest quarter of Section 12 lying generally to the north of the White Goat Wilderness Area; Section 13 through Section 17; East half of Section 18, East half of Section 19 and Northwest quarter of Section 20 lying generally to the east of Jasper National Park; South half and Northeast quarter of Section 20; Section 21 through Section 28; Section 29, East half of Section 32 and Northwest quarter of Section 33 lying generally to the east of Jasper National Park; South half and Northeast quarter of Section 33; Section 34 through Section 36.
In unsurveyed Township 40, Range 21, West of the 5th Meridian:
Section 1 through Section 3; Section 4, Southeast quarter of Section 9 and North half and Southwest quarter of Section 10 lying generally to the east of Jasper National Park; Southeast quarter of Section 10; Section 11 through Section 13; South half and Northeast quarter of Section 14; Northwest quarter of Section 14, Southeast quarter of Section 15, South half and Northeast quarter of Section 23, West half of Section 24, West half of Section 25, Southeast quarter of Section 26 and Southeast quarter of Section 36 lying generally to the south and east of Jasper National Park; East half of Section 24; East half of Section 25.
In unsurveyed Township 41, Range 21, West of the 5th Meridian:
Northeast quarter of Section 12, South half and Northwest quarter of Section 13, North half and Southwest quarter of Section 24, East half of Section 25 and East half of Section 36 lying generally to the east of Jasper National Park; Northeast quarter of Section 13; Southeast quarter of Section 24.


Part G: Panther Corners Public Land Use Zone


25.
(1) Subject to subsection (2), no person shall operate
(a) an on-highway vehicle, except on a highway, or
(b) an off-highway vehicle or snow vehicle
within the Panther Corners Public Land Use Zone.
(2) The operation of a motor vehicle on land within the Zone is permitted
(a) to transport an employee of the Government in the course of the person’s work,
(b) where the vehicle is being used to conduct or transport any person or equipment to be employed or used in work or activity within the Zone that has been approved by the director,
(c) to remove a sick, injured or deceased person from the Zone, and
(d) in connection with registered trapping at places within the limits of a registered trapping area within the Zone where the use of the vehicle is approved by an officer.


26. No person shall
(a) camp overnight, or
(b) permit the person’s horse or a horse under the person’s control to graze or be tethered
within 100 meters of a lakeshore within the Panther Corners Public Land Use Zone except in accordance with the written instructions of an officer or where authorized by a posted notice.


27. No person shall land a helicopter on a lake, or within 200 meters of the shore of a lake, within the Panther Corners Public Land Use Zone except in accordance with the written instructions of an officer.


28. No person shall operate a motorized boat within the Panther Corners Public Land Use Zone except in accordance with the written instructions of an officer.


29. The Panther Corners Public Land Use Zone comprises the following area of public land:
All those parcels or tracts of land, site situate, lying, and being in the Province of Alberta, Canada, and being composed of:
In unsurveyed Township 30, Range 10, West of the 5th Meridian:
All that portion of Section 31 lying generally to the north and west of the left bank of the Panther River.
In unsurveyed Township 31, Range 10, West of the 5th Meridian:
The north half of Section 4, the north half and south west quarter of Section 5, Sections 6 to 9 inclusive, the north half and south west quarter of Section 10 and the south west quarter of Section 18.
All those portions of the north half of Section 3, the south half of the said Section 4, the south east quarter of the said Sections 5 and 10 and the north west quarter of Section 11 lying generally to the north and west of the left bank of the Panther River; all those portions of the south halves of Sections 15 and 16, the south half and north east quarter of Section 17, the north half and south east quarter of the said Section 18 and the south west quarter of Section 19, lying generally to the south and west of the right bank of the Red Deer River; and all that portion of the south west quarter of Section 14 lying within the bend and adjoining the said left bank of the Panther River and the said right bank of the Red Deer River.
In unsurveyed Township 30, Range 11, West of the 5th Meridian:
The north east quarter of Section 30, Section 31, the north half and south west quarter of Section 32, the north east quarter of Section 35 and the north half and south west quarter of Section 29, and the south east quarter of the said Section 32, lying generally to the north and west of the left bank of the Dormer River.
All those portions of the north east quarter of Section 19 and the south east quarter of the said Section 30, lying generally to the north and west of the said left bank of the Dormer River and to the north and east of the said Banff National Park boundary; all that portion of the west half of the said Section 30, lying generally to the north and east of the said Banff National Park boundary; all those portions of the north halves of Sections 26 and 34, and the south halves of the said Sections 35 and 36, lying generally to the north of the left bank of the Panther River and all the portion of the north half of Section 33, lying generally to the north of the left banks of the said Dormer and Panther Rivers.
In unsurveyed Township 31, Range 11, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 - 22 inclusive, the west half of Section 23, Sections 27 to 33 inclusive, the south half of Section 34.
All those portions of the east half of the said Section 23, the south half of Section 24, the south half and north west quarter of Section 26, the north half of the said Section 34 and the west half of Section 35, lying generally to the south and west of the right bank of the said Red Deer River.
In unsurveyed Township 32, Range 11, West of the 5th Meridian:
The south west quarter of Section 4, Sections 5 and 6.
All those portions of the south west quarter of Section 3, the north half and south east quarter of the said Section 4, Section 7, the south half of Section 8 and the south west quarter of Section 9, lying generally to the south and west of the right bank of the said Red Deer River.
In unsurveyed Township 30, Range 12, West of the 5th Meridian:
The north east quarter of Section 36.
All those portions of the north east quarter of Section 25 and 35 and the south half and north west quarter of the said Section 36, lying generally to the north and east of the said Banff National Park boundary.
In unsurveyed Township 31, Range 12, West of the 5th Meridian:
The north half and south east quarter of Section 1, the north east quarter of Section 11, Sections 12 and 13, the north half and south east quarter Sections 14, 22, 28 and 32, the north east quarter of Section 31, Sections 23 to 27 inclusive, Sections 33 - 36 inclusive.
All those portions of the southwest quarter of the said Section 1, the north east quarter of the said Section 11, the south west quarters of Section 14, 22, 28, and 32, lying generally to the north east of the said Banff National Park boundary; all that portion of the north west quarter of Section 31, lying to the east of the right bank of the said Red Deer River and to the north and east of the said Banff National boundary and the south half of the said Section 31, lying generally to the north and east of the said Banff National Park boundary.
In unsurveyed Township 32, Range 12, West of the 5th Meridian:
Section 1, the south halves of Sections 2, 3 and 4.
All those portions of the north halves of Sections 2, 3 and 4, the south half and north east quarter of Section 5, the south east quarter of Section 10 and the south halves of Sections 6, 11 and 12, lying generally to the south of the right bank of the said Red Deer River.


Part H: Upper Clearwater/Ram Public Land Use Zone


30.
(1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3), no person shall operate
(a) an on-highway vehicle, except on a highway, or
(b) an off-highway vehicle or snow vehicle
within the Upper Clearwater/Ram Public Land Use Zone.
(2) The operation of a motor vehicle on land within the Zone is permitted
(a) to transport an employee of the Government in the course of the person’s work,
(b) where the vehicle is being used to conduct or transport any person or equipment to be employed or used in work or activity within the Zone that has been approved by the director,
(c) to remove a sick, injured or deceased person from the Zone, and
(d) in connection with registered trapping at places within the limits of a registered trapping area within the Zone where the use of the vehicle is approved by an officer.
(3) The operation of
(a) an off-highway vehicle with a maximum weight of 590 kg (1300 lb), a maximum tire pressure of 110 kPA (16psi), a maximum wheelbase of 185 cm and a maximum width of 178 cm,
(b) a snow vehicle, or
(c) an on-highway vehicle that is a motorcycle
is permitted in areas or on trails that have been designated for that purpose by signs or notices posted in the Zone or in accordance with the written instructions of an officer.
(4) A person operating an off-highway vehicle or motorcycle described in subsection (3) within the Zone shall, at the time of entry into the Zone, obtain a copy of, and comply with, any written instructions referred to in subsection (3) that are then available.


31. No person shall
(a) take an off-highway vehicle or motorcycle described in subsection (3),
(b) camp overnight, or
(c) permit the person’s horse or horse under the person’s control to graze or be tethered
within 100 meters of a lakeshore within the Upper Clearwater/Ram Public Land Use Zone except in accordance with the written instructions of an officer.


32. No person shall operate a motorized boat within the Upper Clearwater/Ram Public Land Use Zone except in accordance with the written instructions of an officer.


33. The Upper Clearwater/Ram Public Land Use Zone comprises the following area of public land:
All those parcels or tracts of land, site situate, lying and being in the Province of Alberta, Canada, and being composed of:
In unsurveyed Township 32, Range 11, West of the 5th Meridian:
All those portions of Legal subdivisions 1 and 2 of Section 9 which lie to the east of Eagle Creek, Legal subdivisions 7 and 8 and the Northeast quarter of Section 9, all that portion of Legal subdivision 6 of Section 9 which lies to the north and east of the Ya-Ha-Tinda Forestry Road and to the east of the easterly boundary of the Ya-Ha-Tinda Ranch as shown on plan no. 2927 HJ, all that portion of the Northwest quarter of Section 9 which lies to the east of the easterly boundary of the said Ya-Ha-Tinda Ranch, Section 10, the West half of Section 11, all that portion of the bed and shore of Eagle Lake within the Southeast quarter of Section 11, the West half of Section 13, Sections 14 and 15, all those portions of Sections 16, 19, 20 and 21 which excludes the said Ya-Ha-Tinda Ranch, Sections 22 and 23, the West halves of Sections 24 and 25, Sections 26 to 34 inclusive, Legal subdivisions 1 to 15 inclusive of Section 35.
In unsurveyed Township 33, Range 11, West of the 5th Meridian:
West half of Section 2, Sections 3 to 10 inclusive, the Southwest quarters of Sections 11 and 15, Sections 16 to 20 inclusive, the West halves and Southeast quarters of Sections 21, 29 and 31, Section 30.
In unsurveyed Township 31, Range 12, West of the 5th Meridian:
All that portion of the Northwest quarter of Section 31 lying generally to the north and west of the right bank of the Red Deer River.
In unsurveyed Township 32, Range 12, West of the 5th Meridian:
All that portion of the West half of Section 6 which lies to the west of the west boundary of the Ya-Ha-Tinda Ranch and generally to the north and west of the right bank of the Red Deer River, all those portions of Sections 7 and 15 which lie to the west of the Ya-Ha-Tinda Ranch, Sections 16 to 21 inclusive, all those portions of Sections 22, 23 and 24 which excludes the said Ya-Ha-Tinda Ranch, Sections 25 to 36 inclusive.
In unsurveyed Township 33, Range 12, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 36 inclusive.
In unsurveyed Township 34, Range 12, West of the 5th Meridian:
The South halves and Northwest quarters of Sections 1, 11 and 15, Sections 2 to 10 inclusive, Sections 16 to 18 inclusive; Section 19 lying to the west of the right bank of the Clearwater River.
In unsurveyed Township 31, Range 13, West of the 5th Meridian:
All that portion of the Northeast quarter of Section 35 which lies to the north of Banff National Park, all that portion of the North half of Section 36 which lies to the north of Banff National Park and generally to the north and west of the right bank of the Red Deer River.
In unsurveyed Township 32, Range 13, West of the 5th Meridian:
All that portion of the said township which lies generally to the north and east of Banff National Park.
In unsurveyed Township 33, Range 13, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 36 inclusive.
In unsurveyed Township 34, Range 13, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 24 inclusive; the South half and Northwest quarter of Section 25; all that portion of the Northeast quarter of Section 25 lying generally to the west of the right bank of the Clearwater River; Sections 26 to 35 inclusive.
In unsurveyed Township 35, Range 13, West of the 5th Meridian:
The South half of Section 2, Sections 3 to 9 inclusive, the Southwest quarters of Sections 10 and 16, Sections 17 and 18, the South half of Section 19.
In unsurveyed Township 32, Range 14, West of the 5th Meridian:
All that portion of the said township which lies generally to the north and east of Banff National Park.
In unsurveyed Township 33, Range 14, West of the 5th Meridian:
All that portion of the said township which lies generally to the north and east of Banff National Park.
In unsurveyed Township 34, Range 14, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 36 inclusive.
In unsurveyed Township 35, Range 14, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 24 inclusive, the Southwest quarter of Section 25, Sections 26 to 34 inclusive, the West half and Southeast quarter of Section 35.
In unsurveyed Township 36, Range 14, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 3 and 4, the Southwest quarter of Legal subdivision 15 and Legal subdivisions 1 to 14 inclusive of Section 5, Section 6, South halves of Legal subdivisions 1 and 2, the Northwest quarter and South half of Legal subdivision 3, Legal subdivision 4, all those portions of Legal subdivisions 5 and 12 which lie generally to the south and west of the left bank of Hummingbird Creek, Legal subdivisions 9, 10, 13, 14, 15 and 16, all within Section 7, the North half of Legal subdivision 1, the South halves of Legal subdivisions 3 and 4, the North half of Legal subdivision 5, the Northeast quarter of Legal subdivision 6, the North half and Southeast quarter of Legal subdivision 7, Legal subdivision 8, all within Section 8, the North half of Section 8, Legal subdivisions 1, 2 and 3, the Southeast quarter of Legal subdivision 4, the North half and Southwest quarter of Legal subdivision 5, the Southeast quarter of Legal subdivision 6, the South halves of Legal subdivisions 7 and 8, the Northwest quarter of Legal subdivision 9, and the North half of Legal subdivision 10, Legal subdivisions 15 and 16, all within Section 9, the Northwest quarter of Section 9, the South half of Section 10, the Northwest quarter of Legal subdivision 13 of Section 10, the West half of Section 15, Sections 16 to 20 inclusive, the South half and Northwest quarter of Section 21, the Southwest quarter of Section 28, Sections 29 and 30, the South half and Northwest quarter of Section 31.
In unsurveyed Township 33, Range 15, West of the 5th Meridian:
All those portions of the East half of Section 24, South half and Northwest quarter of Section 25, Northeast quarter of Section 26 and East half of Section 35 which lie generally to the north and east of Banff National Park, the Northeast quarter of Section 25, Section 36.
In unsurveyed Township 34, Range 15, West of the 5th Meridian:
All that portion of the said township lying generally to the north of Banff National Park.
In unsurveyed Township 35, Range 15, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 36 inclusive.
In unsurveyed Township 36, Range 15, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 36 inclusive.
In unsurveyed Township 37, Range 15, West of the 5th Meridian:
West half and Southeast quarter of Section 1, Sections 2 to 10 inclusive, South half of Section 11, Southwest quarter of Section 15, South half and Northwest quarter of Section 16, Sections 17 to 19 inclusive, the South halves of Sections 20 and 30.
In unsurveyed Township 33, Range 16, West of the 5th Meridian:
All that portion of the said township lying generally to the north and west of Banff National Park and generally to the east of the Siffleur Wilderness Area.
In unsurveyed Township 34, Range 16, West of the 5th Meridian:
All that portion of the said township lying generally to the east of the Siffleur Wilderness Area and to the north and west of Banff National Park.
In unsurveyed Township 35, Range 16, West of the 5th Meridian:
All that portion of the said township lying generally to the east of the Siffleur Wilderness Area.
In unsurveyed Township 36, Range 16, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 36 inclusive.
In unsurveyed Township 37, Range 16, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 24 inclusive, South half of Section 25, Sections 26 to 33 inclusive, South half and Northwest quarter of Section 34, Southwest quarter of section 35.
In unsurveyed Township 38, Range 16, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 4 to 6 inclusive, South halves of Sections 7, 8 and 9.
In unsurveyed Township 34, Range 17, West of the 5th Meridian:
All those portions of Sections 30 and 31 lying generally to the west of the Siffleur Wilderness Area.
In unsurveyed Township 35, Range 17, West of the 5th Meridian:
All that portion of the said township lying generally to the north and west of the Siffleur Wilderness Area and generally to the east of the right bank of the North Saskatchewan River.
In unsurveyed Township 36, Range 17, West of the 5th Meridian:
All that portion of the said township lying generally to the east of the right bank of the North Saskatchewan River and to the east of Abraham Lake.
In unsurveyed Township 37, Range 17, West of the 5th Meridian:
All that portion of the said township lying generally to the east of Abraham Lake.
In unsurveyed Township 38, Range 17, West of the 5th Meridian:
East half of Section 1, Southwest quarter of Section 2, all that portion of the South half of Section 3 not covered by the waters of Abraham Lake, all those portions of Sections 4 and 5 and the Southeast quarter of Section 6 lying generally to the south of Abraham Lake.
In unsurveyed Township 34, Range 18, West of the 5th Meridian:
All that portion of the said township lying generally to the north of the Siffleur Wilderness Area.
In unsurveyed Township 35, Range 18, West of the 5th Meridian:
All that portion of the said township lying to the south of the right bank of the North Saskatchewan River and to the north of the Siffleur Wilderness Area.
In unsurveyed Township 37, Range 18, West of the 5th Meridian:
All that portion of the said township lying generally to the east of Abraham Lake.
In unsurveyed Township 34, Range 19, West of the 5th Meridian:
All that portion of the said township lying generally to the north of the Siffleur Wilderness Area and generally to the east of Banff National Park.
In unsurveyed Township 35, Range 19, West of the 5th Meridian:
All that portion of the said township lying generally to the north and east of Banff National Park and generally to the south of the right bank of the North Saskatchewan River.
All the intervening theoretical road allowances within all the above described lands.
EXCEPTING THEREOUT the following tracts of land declared as the following:
Kootenay Plains Ecological Reserve.
Douglas Fir Natural Area.
Scalp Creek Natural Area.


Part I: Allison/Chinook Public Land Use Zone


34.
(1) The operation of an on-highway vehicle or off-highway vehicle is permitted within the Allison/Chinook Public Land Use Zone from April 1 to November 30 on trails that have been designated for that purpose by signs or notices posted in the Zone under this Regulation.
(2) The operation of a snow vehicle is permitted within the Allison/Chinook Public Land Use Zone from December 1 to March 31 on trails that have been designated for that purpose by signs or notices posted in the Zone under this Regulation.
(3) Between December 1 and March 31, no person shall allow a horse under the person’s control within the Allison/Chinook Public Land Use Zone on a trail designated for cross country skiing by signs or notices posted in the Zone under this Regulation.


35. The Allison/Chinook Public Land Use Zone comprises the following area of public land:
In Township 8, Range 5, West of the 5th Meridian:
All those portions which would be if surveyed under the present system of Alberta Land Surveys, the north half of legal subdivision 1 and the west half of legal subdivision 8 of Section 22 lying west of the westerly limits of the Chinook Campground Road; the north half of the said legal subdivision 8 of the said Section 22 lying north of the said Chinook Campground Road and lying to the west of the right bank of Allison Creek; legal subdivisions 9 and 15 of the said Section 22 and legal subdivisions 2 and 7 of Section 27 lying to the west of the right bank of the said Allison Creek.
All that land which would be if surveyed under the present system of Alberta Land Surveys, the east half of Section 21, the north halves of legal subdivisions 2, 3, and 4, the southwest quarter of the said legal subdivision 4, legal subdivisions 5, 6, 7, and 10 of the said Section 22, the northwest quarter of the said Section 22, the southwest quarter of the said Section 27 and the southeast quarter of Section 28.
EXCEPTING THEREOUT the following tracts of land declared as Forest Recreation Areas pursuant to Section 46 of the Forests Act, namely:
Allison Day Use/Cross Country Ski Staging Forest Recreation Area
Chinook Forest Recreation Area.


Part J: Holmes Crossing Public Land Use Zone


36.
(1) A person may allow a horse under the person’s control to be on trails in the Holmes Crossing Public Land Use Zone only if the trails are designated for that purpose by signs or notices posted in the Zone under this Regulation.
(2) The operation of a snow vehicle is permitted within the Holmes Crossing Public Land Use Zone from December 1 to March 31 on trails designated for that use by signs or notices posted under this Regulation.


37. The Holmes Crossing Public Land Use Zone comprises the following area of public land:
All those portions of the following lands as shown outlined on a plan on file in the Department of Environment and Sustainable Resource Development as No. 5764 GEN. (Alta. Reg. 170/2012, s. 5(c))
In Township 61, Range 5, West of the 5th Meridian:
All that portion of the northwest quarter of section 18 which lies to the west of a road as shown on a plan of record at the Land Titles Office as No. 822 2563.
In Township 61, Range 6, West of the 5th Meridian:
The northwest quarter of section 3, the northeast quarter of section 4 and the north half of section 6.
All that portion of section 7 which lies to the south and west of a cut-line.
All that portion of the south half of section 8 and southwest quarter of section 9 which lie to the south of the cut-lines therein.
All that portion of the northeast quarter of section 9 which lies to the east of a cut-line.
Sections 10, 13 and 14.
The south half and northeast quarter of section 15.
All that portion of the northwest quarter of section 15 which lies to the south of a cut-line and to the east of a trail.
All that portion of the southeast quarter of section 16 which lies to the east of a cut-line.
All that portion of the northeast quarter of section 16 which lies to the east of a cut-line and to the south of a trail.
All those portions of the north half and southeast quarter of section 21, and the west half of section 22 which lie generally to the east of a trail.
The east half of section 22, section 23, the west half of section 24, the southwest quarter of section 25 and the southeast quarter of section 26.
All that portion of the northwest quarter of section 25 which lies to the south and east of an unsurveyed road and to the south and west of a road as shown on a plan of record at the Land Titles Office as No. 1177 PX.
All those portions of the north half and southwest quarter of section 26, and the south half of section 27 which lie generally to the south of an unsurveyed road.
All that portion of the southeast quarter of section 28 which lies to the east of a trail and to the south of an unsurveyed road.
In Township 61, Range 7, West of the 5th Meridian:
The southeast quarter of section 12.
All that portion of the northeast quarter of section 12 which lies to the south and west of a cut-line.


Part K: Whitecourt Sandhills Cross-Country Ski Public Land Use Zone


38. No person shall, at any time between November 1 and March 31, allow a horse under the person’s control on a trail within the Whitecourt Sandhills Cross-Country Ski Public Land Use Zone if the trail is designated for cross country skiing by signs or notices posted in the Zone under this Regulation.


39. The Whitecourt Sandhills Cross-Country Ski Public Land Use Zone comprises the following area of public land:
All those portions of the following lands required for ski trails as shown on a plan on file in the Department of Environment and Sustainable Resource Development as No. 5819 GEN. (Alta. Reg. 170/2012, s. 5(c))
In Township 59, Range 11, West of the 5th Meridian:
The northwest quarter of section 10.
The northwest quarter of section 11.
The north half of section 13.
The north half and southwest quarter of section 14.
Section 15.
Section 22.
The south half and northwest quarter of section 23.
The southwest quarter of section 24.


Part L: Coal Branch Public Land Use Zone


40. The Coal Branch Public Land Use Zone comprises the following area of public land:
In Township 42, Range 21, West of the 5th Meridian:
All that portion of the northwest quarter and legal subdivision 10 of section 35 which lies to the north and east of the Jasper National Park boundary.
The west half of legal subdivision 9, and legal subdivisions 15 and 16 of section 35.
In Township 43, Range 21, West of the 5th Meridian:
Section 1.
All those portions of section 2, northeast quarter of section 3, north half and southeast quarter of section 10, southwest quarter of section 15, northeast quarter of section 16, north half and southwest quarter of section 19, north half and southeast quarter of section 20 and the south half of section 21, which lie to the north, and north and east of the Jasper National Park boundary.
Section 11, the south half and northwest quarter of section 12, legal subdivisions 10 and 16 of section 12, the west halves of legal subdivisions 9 and 16 of section 12, legal subdivisions 2, 3, 4, 5, 12 and 13 of section 13, the west halves of legal subdivisions 6, 11 and 14 of section 13, the southeast quarter of legal subdivision 6 of section 13, section 14, the north half and southeast quarter of section 15, the north half of section 21, section 22, the southwest quarter of section 23, legal subdivisions 1, 2, 13, 14 and 15 of section 23, the south halves of legal subdivisions 7 and 8 of section 23, legal subdivision 4 of section 24, legal subdivisions 2, 7, 10 and 15 of section 26, the west half of section 26, sections 27 to 34 inclusive, the west half of section 35, and legal subdivisions 2 and 7 of section 35.
In Township 43, Range 22, West of the 5th Meridian:
All those portions of the northeast quarter of section 22, sections 23, 24 and 27, northeast quarters of sections 28 and 32, and section 33 which lies to the north, and north and east of the Jasper National Park boundary.
Sections 25, 26, 34, 35 and 36.
In Township 44, Range 21, West of the 5th Meridian:
Legal subdivision 4 of section 2, the south half and northwest quarter of section 3, legal subdivision 10 of section 3, the southwest quarter of legal subdivision 9 of section 3, sections 4 to 8 inclusive, legal subdivision 1 of section 9, legal subdivisions 3 and 4 of section 10, sections 17 and 18.
In Township 44, Range 22, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 4, inclusive.
All those portions of section 5, north half and southeast quarter of section 7, southwest quarter of section 8, northwest quarter of section 18 and the west half of section 19 which lies generally to the north and east of the Jasper National Park boundary.
The north half and southeast quarter of section 8, south half and northeast quarter of section 9, the south half of legal subdivision 12 of section 9, legal subdivisions 11 and 14 of section 9, sections 10 to 14 inclusive, the south half and northeast quarter of section 15, legal subdivision 11 of section 15, the southeast quarter of legal subdivision 12 of section 15, the northwest quarter of legal subdivision 13 of section 15, legal subdivisions 1, 2, 8, 12, 13, 14 and 15 of section 16, the east half of legal subdivision 3 of section 16, the southeast quarter of legal subdivision 7 of section 16, the north half of legal subdivision 16 of section 16, section 17, the south half and northeast quarter of section 18, the east half of section 19, sections 20 and 21, the northwest quarter of section 22, legal subdivisions 1, 4 and 5 of section 22, the west half of legal subdivision 6 of section 22, the southeast quarter of section 23, legal subdivisions 3, 4, 6, 9 and 10 of section 23, the south half of legal subdivision 5 and the southeast quarter of legal subdivision 16 of section 23, the south half and northeast quarter of section 24, legal subdivisions 11, 12 and 14 of section 24, the south half and northeast quarter of legal subdivision 13 of section 24, the west half of section 27, legal subdivisions 2, 7 and 10 of section 27, the west halves of legal subdivisions 1, 8 and 9 of section 27, the south half of legal subdivision 15 of section 27, sections 28 to 31, inclusive, the south half and northwest quarter of section 32, legal subdivisions 9, 10 and 15 of section 32, the southeast quarter of legal subdivision 16 of section 32, the south half of section 33, legal subdivisions 12 and 13 of section 33, the southwest quarter of legal subdivision 9 of section 33, the southeast quarter of legal subdivision 10 of section 33, the west halves of legal subdivisions 11 and 14 of section 33, legal subdivision 4 of section 34, the south halves of legal subdivisions 3 and 5 of section 34 and the northwest quarter of legal subdivision 3 of section 34.
In Township 44, Range 23, West of the 5th Meridian:
All that portion of the east half of section 13 which lies generally to the east of the Jasper National Park boundary.
All those portions of the north half of section 24, southwest quarter of section 25, section 26, northeast quarter of section 27, northeast quarter of section 33 and section 34, which lies generally to the north and east of the Jasper National Park boundary.
The north half and southeast quarter of section 25 and sections 35 and 36.
In Township 45, Range 21, West of the 5th Meridian:
All that portion of the northeast quarter of section 8 which lies to the north and east of the Alexis Cardinal River Indian Reserve as shown on plan 962 3821 (115 IR) and to the north and east of the road as authorized under RDS 930043.
All those portions of sections 9 and 10, and northwest quarter of section 11 which lies generally to the north of the said road (RDS 930043).
Legal subdivision 4 of section 14, the southwest quarter of section 15, legal subdivisions 1, 2, 7, 11, 12 and 13 of section 15, section 16, the northeast quarter of section 17.
All that portion of the south half and northwest quarter of section 17, the north half of section 18 and legal subdivision 3 of section 19 which lies to the north and east of the said Indian Reserve (Plan No. 962 3821).
The north half and southeast quarter of section 19, the north half of legal subdivision 5 of section 19, legal subdivision 6 of section 19, section 20, the southwest quarter of section 21, legal subdivisions 1, 2, 7 and 12 of section 21, the southwest quarter of section 29, legal subdivisions 2 and 12 of section 29, section 30, the southwest quarter of section 31, legal subdivisions 2 and 12 of section 31.
In Township 45, Range 22, West of the 5th Meridian:
The north half and legal subdivision 8 of section 23, the northwest quarter of section 24, legal subdivisions 5, 6, 15 and 16 of section 24, the north half of legal subdivision 9 of section 24, sections 25, 26 and 27, northeast quarter of section 29.
All those portions of the south half and northwest quarter of section 29 and north half of section 30 which lies to the north and east of a cut line as shown on plan no. P0376 (Natural Resources Service).
Sections 31 to 36, inclusive.
In Township 45, Range 23, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1, 2 and 3, and the north halves of sections 4 and 5.
All those portions of the south halves of sections 4 and 5, north half and southeast quarter of section 6, and south half and northwest quarter of section 7 which lies generally to the north and east of the Jasper National Park boundary.
The west half of legal subdivision 9, legal subdivision 10, and the south half and northwest quarter of legal subdivision 15 of section 7.
Legal subdivisions 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, the south half of legal subdivision 6, the northeast quarter of legal subdivision 14, the north half of legal subdivision 15, and legal subdivision 16, of section 8.
The southeast quarter of legal subdivision 1, the south half and northwest quarter of legal subdivision 4, legal subdivision 11, the east half of legal subdivision 12, and legal subdivisions 13 and 14, of section 9.
All those portions of the northeast quarter of section 9, the northwest quarter of section 10 and the south half of section 15 which lie to the north and west of a cutline, this cutline being the same cutline as shown within the northeast quarter of section 15 on the said plan no. P0376.
Legal subdivision 1, the south half and northeast quarter of legal subdivision 2, the south halves of legal subdivisions 3 and 4, the east half of legal subdivision 7, legal subdivision 8, and the southeast quarter of legal subdivision 9, of section 10.
The south half, legal subdivisions 9, 10 and 16, the south half and northeast quarter of legal subdivision 12, the southeast quarter of legal subdivision 14, and the south half and northeast quarter of legal subdivision 15, of section 11.
Legal subdivisions 3, 4, 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16, the south half and northwest quarter of legal subdivision 5, and the north half of legal subdivision 11, of section 12.
Legal subdivisions 1, 2 and 3, and the south half and northeast quarter of legal subdivision 4, of section 13.
The southeast quarter of legal subdivision 1 of section 14.
The south half of section 16 and the southeast quarter of section 17.
Legal subdivisions 3, 5 and 6, and the north half of legal subdivision 4, of section 17.
The southwest quarter, legal subdivisions 7, 8 and 12, and the north half and southwest quarter of legal subdivision 2, of section 18.
The north halves of sections 27, 28 and 29, and sections 31 to 36, inclusive.
In Township 45, Range 24, West of the 5th Meridian:
All those portions of the northeast quarter of section 12, section 13, northeast quarter of section 14, southeast quarter of section 22, and south half of section 23, which lie to the north and east of the Jasper National Park boundary.
The northeast quarter of section 22, the northwest quarter of section 23, legal subdivisions 9 and 10 of section 23, the southwest quarter and legal subdivision 2 of section 24, legal subdivisions 3, 4 and 5 of section 26, legal subdivision 1 of section 27, and north half and southeast quarter of section 36.
In Township 46, Range 22, West of the 5th Meridian:
The west half of legal subdivision 1, legal subdivisions 2, 7, 11 and 12 and the southwest quarter, of section 1.
Sections 2 to 9 inclusive, the south half and legal subdivisions 10, 11, 12 and 13 of section 10, legal subdivisions 2, 3, 4 and 5 of section 11, the south half of legal subdivision 2 and legal subdivisions 3 and 4 of section 16, legal subdivisions 1, 2, 3, 4, 6 and 7, and the south half of legal subdivision 8 of section 17, the west half and legal subdivisions 2, 7, 10 and 15 of section 18, the southwest quarter and legal subdivisions 2, 11 and 12 of section 19.
In Township 46, Range 23, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 17 inclusive.
Section 18, excluding those portions of legal subdivisions 14 and 15 which lie generally to the west of the left bank of the south branch of the McLeod River and to the east of the easterly limit of an unsurveyed road (RDS 930043).
All that portion of the southwest quarter of section 19 which lies to the south and west of the southwesterly limit of the said unsurveyed road (RDS 930043).
The east half of section 19, sections 20 and 21, the south half of section 22 and section 29.
In Township 46, Range 24, West of the 5th Meridian:
Section 1, legal subdivision 11 and the south half and northeast quarter of section 2, legal subdivisions 1, 8 and 9 of section 11, legal subdivisions 9, 10, 11, 12 and 16 and the south half of section 12, and legal subdivision 8 of section 24.
All that portion of legal subdivision 9 of section 24 which lies to the south and west of the southwesterly limit of the said unsurveyed road (RDS 930043) and to the south of the right bank of the McLeod River.
In Township 47, Range 23, West of the 5th Meridian:
The west halves of legal subdivisions 4 and 5 and the southwest quarter of legal subdivision 12 of section 5, the south half and northwest quarter of section 6, the south half and northwest quarter of legal subdivision 9, legal subdivisions 10 and 15, and the southwest quarter of legal subdivision 16 of section 6, the southwest quarter of legal subdivisions 2, 7 and 12, and the southwest quarter of legal subdivision 11 of section 7.
In Township 47, Range 24, West of the 5th Meridian:
All those portions of the south halves of sections 1 and 2, section 3, north halves of sections 4 and 5, northeast quarter of section 6, southeast quarter of section 8, and south half of section 9, which lie generally to the north of the height of land as shown on the said Plan No. P0376.
The north halves of sections 1 and 2.
All that portion of the southeast quarter of section 7 which lies to the north and east of the said height of land and to the east of the Jasper National Park boundary.
All that portion of the north half of section 7 which lies to the north of the Jasper National Park boundary.
The north half and southwest quarter of section 8, the north half of section 9, and sections 10 to 24 inclusive, legal subdivisions 3 and 4 of section 25, sections 26 to 34 inclusive and the west half of section 35.
In Township 47, Range 25, West of the 5th Meridian:
All those portions of the northeast quarter of section 12, south half of section 13, south half and northwest quarter of section 14, north half of section 15, northeast quarter of section 20, south half and northwest quarter of section 21, southwest quarter of section 22, east half of section 29, northeast quarter of section 31 and south half and northwest quarter of section 32, which lie generally to the north and east of the Jasper National Park boundary.
The north half of section 13, the northeast quarter of section 14, the northeast quarter of section 21, the north half and southeast quarter of section 22, sections 23 and 24, legal subdivisions 1, 2, 3 and 4 of section 25, the south half and northwest quarter of section 26, sections 27 and 28, the northeast quarter of section 32, section 33, the northwest quarter of section 34, legal subdivisions 1, 4, 5, 6 and 8, the east half of legal subdivision 2 and the west half of legal subdivision 3 of section 34, the northeast quarter of legal subdivision 1, legal subdivisions 13 and 14 and the northeast quarter of section 36.
In Township 48, Range 24, West of the 5th Meridian:
The south half of section 4, sections 5 and 6, the southwest quarter of section 7, legal subdivisions 1 and 2, the south half and northwest quarter of legal subdivision 7, and the south half of legal subdivision 8 of section 7, and legal subdivision 4 of section 8.
In Township 48, Range 25, West of the 5th Meridian:
Section 1, legal subdivisions 1, 7 and 8 of section 2, sections 4 and 5 and the northeast quarter of section 6.
All that portion of the south half and northwest quarter of section 6 which lies to the north and east of the Jasper National Park boundary.
Sections 7 and 8, the southwest quarter and legal subdivisions 1, 2 and 12 of section 9, the east half of section 11, the south half and northwest quarter of section 12, the southwest quarter, legal subdivisions 1, 2, 7, 10, 11 and 12, the west halves of legal subdivisions 8 and 9, of section 18, legal subdivision 12 and the south half and northwest quarter of legal subdivision 13 of section 29.
The north half and southeast quarter of legal subdivision 16 of section 30, legal subdivisions 1, 6, 7 and 12, the north half and southeast quarter of legal subdivision 2, the northeast quarter of legal subdivision 5, the southwest quarter of legal subdivision 11 and the west half of legal subdivision 13 of section 31 and the west half of legal subdivision 4 of section 32.
In Township 48, Range 26, West of the 5th Meridian:
All those portions of the northeast quarter of section 1, south half and northwest quarter of section 12, west half of section 13, northeast quarter of section 14, east half of section 23, south half, northwest quarter and legal subdivision 10 of section 26, northeast quarter of section 32, south half and northwest quarter of section 33, section 34, legal subdivisions 3, 4 and 5 and the southwest quarter of legal subdivision 6 of section 35, which lie generally to the north and east of the Jasper National Park boundary.
The northeast quarter of section 12, the east half of section 13, the west half, legal subdivisions 2, 7 and 10 and the west halves of legal subdivisions 1 and 8 of section 24, legal subdivision 4 and the west half of legal subdivision 5 of section 25, legal subdivisions 9 and 15 and the southwest quarter of legal subdivision 16 of section 26, the northeast quarter of section 33, the south half of legal subdivision 2 of section 35 and the north half and southeast quarter of section 36.
In Township 49, Range 26, West of the 5th Meridian:
The south half and northwest quarter of legal subdivision 1, the north half and southeast quarter of legal subdivision 2, the east half of legal subdivision 6, legal subdivisions 7, 10, 11, 13 and 14, the north half of legal subdivision 12, the south half and northwest quarter of legal subdivision 15, of section 1, the north half of legal subdivision 15, and legal subdivision 16 of section 2, sections 3 and 4, the north halves and southeast quarters of sections 5 and 7, sections 8, 9 and 10, the south half of section 11, the south half of legal subdivision 9, legal subdivisions 10, 11, 12 and 13 and the south half of legal subdivision 14, of section 11, legal subdivisions 3, 4 and 5, and the southwest quarter of legal subdivision 6, of section 12, the southwest quarter of legal subdivision 4 of section 14, the west half of section 15, legal subdivisions 1, 2, 7, 10 and 15, and the west half of legal subdivision 8, of section 15, sections 16 and 17, the south half of section 18, legal subdivisions 9 and 16, the south half and northeast quarter of legal subdivision 10, the southeast quarter of legal subdivision 11 of section 18, the east half of legal subdivision 1 of section 19 and the southeast quarter of section 20.
Legal subdivisions 3, 4, 6, 9 and 10, the southeast quarter of legal subdivision 5, and the south halves of legal subdivisions 11 and 16, of section 20, the south half and northwest quarter of section 21, legal subdivisions 9 and 10, the south half and northwest quarter of legal subdivision 15 and the southwest quarter of legal subdivision 16, of section 21, the southwest quarter of legal subdivision 2, legal subdivisions 3, 4 and 5, and the southwest quarter of legal subdivision 12, of section 22.
All those portions of the southwest quarter of section 5, north half and southeast quarter of section 6, and southwest quarter of section 7, which lies generally to the north and east of the Jasper National Park boundary.
In Township 49, Range 27, West of the 5th Meridian:
All those portions of the east half of section 12, legal subdivisions 1 and 2 and the south half of legal subdivision 7 of section 13, which lies generally to the north and east of the Jasper National Park boundary.
Legal subdivision 8 of section 13:
Excepting thereout all Freehold parcels within all the above lands.


Part M: Athabasca Ranch Public Land Use Zone


41. The Athabasca Ranch Public Land Use Zone comprises the following area of public land:
In Township 51, Range 25, West of the 5th Meridian:
FIRSTLY
All those portions of the northwest quarter of section 5, northeast quarter of section 6, south halves of sections 7 and 8, northeast quarter of section 8, north half of section 9, north half and southwest quarter of section 15, southeast quarter of section 16, southeast quarter of section 22, north half and southwest quarter of section 23 and southeast quarter of section 26, which lies generally to the north and west of the left bank of the Athabasca River.
SECONDLY
The north half of section 7
The northwest quarter of section 8
The north half and southwest quarter of section 16
The south half and northwest quarter of section 17
The north half and southwest quarter of section 18
Sections 19, 20 and 21
The north half and southwest quarter of section 22
The north half and southwest quarter of section 27
The south half and northeast quarter of section 28
The southeast quarters of sections 29 and 30.
THIRDLY
All that portion of the southwest quarter of section 25 which lies: to the north and west of the access road as shown on Plan No. 2458 TL Item >B=(LOC 2829); to the north of the left bank of the Athabasca River; and to the south and west of the access road as shown on Plan No. 5254 TL (LOC 5640).
FOURTHLY
All that portion of the northwest quarter of section 25 which lies to the south and west of the access road as shown on Plan No. 5254 TL (LOC 5640).
FIFTHLY
All those portions of the northwest quarter of section 28, north half of section 29, south halves of sections 33 and 34, which lies generally to the south of a pipeline right of way as shown on Plan No. 11380 P (PLA 820657).
SIXTHLY
All that portion of the northwest quarter of section 29 which lies to the west of an access road as shown on Plan No. 8435 TL (LOC 801494).
SEVENTHLY
All that portion of the southwest quarter of section 29 which excludes that portion lying to the north and west of a pipeline as shown on Plan No. 11380 P (PLA 820657) and to the north and east of an access road as shown on Plan No. 8435 TL (LOC 801494).
EIGHTHLY
All those portions of the north half and southwest quarter of section 30, and southeast quarter of section 31 which lie generally to the south and east of an access road as shown on Plan No. 429 TL Item >A= (LOC 985).
NINTHLY
All that portion of the southwest quarter of section 32 which lies to the south and east of an access road as shown on Plan No. 429 TL Item >A= (LOC 985) and to the west of an access road as shown on Plan No. 8435 TL (LOC 801494).
In Township 51, Range 26, West of the 5th Meridian:
FIRSTLY
All those portions of the northeast quarter of section 1 and southeast quarter of section 12 which lie generally to the north of the left bank of the Athabasca River.
SECONDLY
The northeast quarter of section 12
Section 13
The south half of section 24.
SAVING AND EXCEPTING
PLANPLAN NO.AREA more or less
Tower Site4207 NY (2545 GEN)0.838 ha (2.07 ac)(SW 13)

THIRDLY
All those portions of the south half and northeast quarter of section 14, the east half of section 23, the north half of section 24, and the southeast quarter of section 25, which lies generally to the south and east of an access road as shown on Plan No. 429 TL Item >A= (LOC 985).
SAVING AND EXCEPTING
PLANPLAN NO.AREA more or less
Railway Site6799 MC (2359 GEN)3.343 ha (8.26 ac)(SE 14)



Part N: Brule Lake Public Land Use Zone


42. The Brule Lake Public Land Use Zone comprises the following area of public land:
In Township 49, Range 26, West of the 5th Meridian:
All that portion which may be more particularly described and bounded as follows:
Commencing at the southwest corner of legal subdivision 5 of section 19; thence easterly along the south boundary of legal subdivisions 5, 6 and 7 to its intersection with the northwesterly limit of a road as shown on Plan No. 3470 JY (3323 RD) thence northeasterly along the said northwesterly limit to its intersection with the north boundary of the south half of section 29; thence westerly along the said north boundary and north boundary of the southeast quarter of section 30 to its intersection with the southeasterly limit of a pipeline right of way as shown on Plan No. 3765 HW (170 P); thence southwesterly along the said southeasterly limit to its intersection with the west boundary of section 19; thence southerly along the said west boundary to the point of commencement.
In Township 49, Range 27, West of the 5th Meridian:
All that portion which may be more particularly described and bounded as follows:
Commencing at the southeast corner of legal subdivision 8 of section 24; thence westerly along the south boundary of legal subdivisions 7 and 8 to its intersection with the east boundary of the southwest quarter of section 24; thence southerly along the said east boundary to its intersection with the northerly limit of a road as shown on Plan No. 2890 JY (3256 RD); thence westerly and southwesterly along the said northerly limit and northwesterly limit of the said road to its intersection with the Jasper National Park boundary within the southeast quarter of section 14; thence westerly along the said boundary to its intersection with the right bank of the Athabasca River; thence northerly along the said right bank and along the easterly bank of Brule Lake to its intersection with the north boundary of the southwest quarter of section 26; thence easterly along the said north boundary to the southwest corner of legal subdivision 11 of section 26; thence northerly along the west boundary of the said legal subdivision 11 to the northwest corner thereof; thence easterly along the north boundary of the said legal subdivision 11 to the northeast corner thereof; thence northerly along the westerly boundary of the south half of legal subdivision 15 of section 26 to the northwest corner of the said south half; thence easterly along the north boundary of the said south half to its intersection with the west boundary of legal subdivision 16 of section 26; thence northerly in a straight line to the northwest corner of legal subdivision 16 of section 35; thence easterly along the said north boundary of the said legal subdivision 16 and the north boundary of the northwest quarter of section 36 to the northeast corner of the said northwest quarter of section 36; thence southerly along the east boundary of the said quarter to the southeast corner thereof; thence westerly along the south boundary of the said quarter to the northwest corner of the northeast quarter of legal subdivision 6 of the said section 36; thence southerly in a straight line to the northwest corner of the northeast quarter of legal subdivision 6 of section 25; thence easterly along the north boundary of the southwest quarter of the said section to the northeast corner thereof; thence southerly along the east boundary of the said quarter to the northwest corner of legal subdivision 2 of the said section 25; thence easterly along the north boundary of the said legal subdivision 2 to the northeast corner thereof; thence southerly along the east boundary of the said legal subdivision to its intersection with the south boundary of section 25; thence easterly along the said south boundary to the southeast corner of the said section 25; thence southerly along the east boundary of section 24 to the point of commencement.


Part O: Kiska/Willson Public Land Use Zone


43.
(1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3), no person shall operate
(a) an on-highway vehicle, except on a highway, or
(b) an off-highway vehicle or snow vehicle
within the Kiska/Willson Public Land Use Zone.
(2) The operation of a motor vehicle on land within the Zone is permitted
(a) to transport an employee of the Government in the course of the person’s work,
(b) where the vehicle is being used to conduct or transport any person or equipment to be employed or used in work or activity within the Zone that has been approved by the director,
(c) to remove a sick, injured or deceased person from the Zone, and
(d) in connection with registered trapping at places within the limits of a registered trapping area within the Zone where the use of the vehicle is approved by an officer.
(3) The operation of
(a) an off-highway vehicle with a maximum weight of 590 kg (1300 lb), a maximum tire pressure of 110 kPA (16psi), a maximum wheelbase of 185 cm and a maximum width of 178 cm,
(b) a snow vehicle, or
(c) an on-highway vehicle that is a motorcycle
is permitted in areas or on trails that have been designated for that purpose by signs or notices posted in the Zone or in accordance with the written instructions of an officer.
(4) A person operating an off-highway vehicle or motorcycle described in subsection (3) within the Zone shall, at the time of entry into the Zone, obtain a copy of, and comply with, any written instructions referred to in subsection (3) that are then available.


44. No person shall
(a) take an off-highway vehicle or motorcycle described in subsection (3),
(b) camp overnight, or
(c) permit the person’s horse or horse under the person’s control to graze or be tethered
within 100 meters of a lakeshore within the Kiska/Willson Public Land Use Zone except in accordance with the written instructions of an officer.


45. No person shall land a helicopter on a lake, or within 200 meters of the shore of a lake, within the Kiska/Willson Public Land Use Zone except in accordance with the written instructions of an officer.


46. The Kiska/Willson Public Land Use Zone comprises the following area of public land:
All those parcels or tracts of land, site situate, lying and being in the Province of Alberta, Canada, and being composed of:
In unsurveyed Township 31, Range 10, West of the 5th Meridian:
North half of Section 3 lying generally to the south and east of the left bank of the Panther River; South half of Section 4, East half of Section 10 and West half of Section 11 lying generally to the south and east of the left bank of the Panther River; West half of Section 14 lying generally to the east of the left bank of the Panther River and to the south and east of the left bank of the Red Deer River; North half and Southeast quarter of Section 18 and Section 19 lying generally to the north and east of the right bank of the Red Deer River.
In unsurveyed Township 32, Range 10, West of the 5th Meridian:
Legal subdivision 13 of Section 7; Legal subdivisions 4 and 5 of Section 18.
In unsurveyed Township 31, Range 11, West of the 5th Meridian:
Northeast quarter of Section 13 lying generally to the north of the right bank of the Red Deer River, East half of Section 23 and Section 24 lying generally to the north and east of the right bank of the Red Deer River, Section 25; Section 26, Northeast quarter of Section 34 and Section 35 lying generally to the north and east of the right bank of the Red Deer River; Section 36.
In unsurveyed Township 32, Range 11, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 and 2; Section 3 and Section 4 lying generally to the north and east of the right bank of the Red Deer River; all those portions of Legal subdivisions 1 and 2 of Section 9 lying to the west of Eagle Creek; all that portion of Legal subdivision 3 of Section 9 lying generally to the north and east of the right bank of the Red Deer River and to the east of the Ya-Ha-Tinda Ranch as shown on plan no. 2927 HJ; all that portion of Legal subdivision 6 of Section 9 lying to the south and west of the northeasterly limit of the Ya-Ha-Tinda Forestry Road and to the east of the said Ya-Ha-Tinda Ranch; East half of Section 11 excluding out the bed and shore of Eagle Lake; Legal subdivisions 10, 15 and 16, and the South half and Northwest quarter of Section 12; Legal subdivisions 9 and 10 and the Southeast quarter of Section 13; Legal subdivisions 7, 10 and 15 of Section 24; Legal subdivisions 2 and 7 of Section 25; Legal subdivisions 3, 4 and 5 of Section 36.
In unsurveyed Township 33, Range 11, West of the 5th Meridian:
Legal subdivisions 2 and 7 and the Northeast quarter of Section 2, North half and Southeast quarter of Section 11; Section 14; North half and Southeast quarter of Section 15; Northeast quarter of Section 21; Section 22; Section 28; Northeast quarter of Section 29; Northeast quarter of Section 31; Section 32; Section 33.
In unsurveyed Township 34, Range 11, West of the 5th Meridian:
Section 5 and Section 6.
In unsurveyed Township 34, Range 12, West of the 5th Meridian:
Northeast quarter of Section 1; Northeast quarter of Section 11; Section 12; Section 14; Northeast quarter of Section 15; Section 19 lying generally to the east of the right bank of the Clearwater River; Sections 20, 21, 22, 29, 30 and 31.
In unsurveyed Township 35, Range 12, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 5 through 10; Sections 15 through 22; Sections 28 through 33.
In unsurveyed Township 34, Range 13, West of the 5th Meridian:
All that portion of the Northeast quarter of Section 25 lying to the east of the right bank of the Clearwater River; Section 36.
In unsurveyed Township 35, Range 13, West of the 5th Meridian:
Section 1; North half of Section 2; North half and Southeast quarter of Section 10; Sections 11 through 15; North half and Southeast quarter of Section 16; North half of Section 19, Sections 20 through 36.
In unsurveyed Township 36, Range 13, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 3 through 9; Sections 16 through 21.
In unsurveyed Township 35, Range 14, West of the 5th Meridian:
North half and Southeast quarter of Section 25; Northeast quarter of Section 35; Section 36.
In unsurveyed Township 36, Range 14, West of the 5th Meridian:
Section 1; Section 2; North half and Southeast quarter of Legal subdivision 15 and Legal subdivision 16 of Section 5; North halves of Legal subdivisions 1 and 2, Northeast quarter of Legal subdivision 3, Legal subdivisions 5 and 12 lying generally to the north and east of the left bank of Hummingbird Creek, Legal subdivisions 6, 7, 8 and 11, all within Section 7; South half of Legal subdivision 1, Legal subdivision 2, North halves of Legal subdivisions 3 and 4, South half of Legal subdivision 5, South half and Northwest quarter of Legal subdivision 6, Southwest quarter of Legal subdivision 7, all within Section 8; North half and Southwest quarter of Legal subdivision 4, Southeast quarter of Legal subdivision 5, North half and Southwest quarter of Legal subdivision 6, North halves of Legal subdivisions 7 and 8, South half and Northeast quarter of Legal subdivision 9, South half of Legal subdivision 10, all within Section 9; Legal subdivisions 11 and 12; South half and Northeast quarter of Legal subdivision 13, Legal subdivision 14 and the Northeast quarter all within Section 10; Sections 11 through 14; East half of Section 15; Northeast quarter of Section 21, Sections 22 through 24; North half and Southeast quarter of Section 28; Northeast quarter of Section 31; Section 32.
In unsurveyed Township 37, Range 14, West of the 5th Meridian:
Section 6.
In unsurveyed Township 38, Range 14, West of the 5th Meridian:
Legal subdivisions 4, 5, 12 and 13 of Section 19.
In unsurveyed Township 37, Range 15, West of the 5th Meridian:
Northeast quarter of Section 1; North half of Section 11; Section 12; North half and Southeast quarter of Section 15; Northeast quarter of Section 16; North half of Section 20; Sections 21, 28 and 29; North half of Section 30; Sections 31 through 33; North half of Section 34.
In unsurveyed Township 38, Range 15, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 through 36.
In unsurveyed Township 39, Range 15, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 4 through 9; Sections 16 through 21; Sections 28 through 33.
In unsurveyed Township 40, Range 15, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 4 through 9; Sections 16 through 36.
In unsurveyed Township 41, Range 15, West of the 5th Meridian:
South half and Northwest quarter of Section 1; Sections 2 through 5; Sections 8 through 10; South half of Section 11; Southwest quarter of Section 15; Sections 16 and 17; East half of Section 18; Southeast quarter of Section 19; Southwest quarter of Section 20.
In unsurveyed Township 37, Range 16, West of the 5th Meridian:
North half of Section 25; Northeast quarter of Section 34; North half and Southeast quarter of Section 35; Section 36.
In unsurveyed Township 38, Range 16, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 through 3; North half of Section 7; North half of Section 8; North half of Section 9; Sections 10 through 36.
In unsurveyed Township 39, Range 16, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 through 30; South half of Section 31; Sections 32 through 36.
In unsurveyed Township 40, Range 16, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 through 5; Sections 8 through 15; Sections 22 through 27; Sections 34 through 36.
In unsurveyed Township 35, Range 17, West of the 5th Meridian:
West half of Section 19, Northwest quarter of Section 29, Sections 30 and 31, and West half of Section 32 lying generally to the west of the right bank of the North Saskatchewan River.
In unsurveyed Township 36, Range 17, West of the 5th Meridian:
North half and southwest quarter of Section 5, Sections 6 and Section 7, South half and Northwest quarter of Section 8, lying generally to the west of the right bank of the North Saskatchewan River; South half of Section 18, lying generally to the south and west of the right bank of the North Saskatchewan River and to the west of the easterly bank of Abraham Lake; North half of Section 18, Section 19, Northwest quarter of Section 20, West half of Section 29, Sections 30 and 31, lying generally to the west of the easterly bank of Abraham Lake.
In unsurveyed Township 37, Range 17, West of the 5th Meridian:
West halves of Sections 6 and 7, Northwest quarter of Section 30, North half and Southwest quarter of Section 31, lying generally to the west of the easterly bank of Abraham Lake.
In unsurveyed Township 38, Range 17, West of the 5th Meridian:
West half of Section 1; North half and Southeast quarter of Section 2; South half of Section 3 lying generally to the north and west of the southerly and westerly bank of Abraham Lake; North half of Section 3; Sections 4, 5 and 6, lying generally to the north and west of the southerly bank of Abraham Lake; Sections 7 through 17; South half and Northeast quarter of Section 18; Sections 20 through 29; East half of Section 32; Sections 33 through 36.
In unsurveyed Township 39, Range 17, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 through 4; Legal subdivisions 4 and 5 and the North half of Section 5; Legal subdivisions 1 and 8 and the Northeast quarter of Section 6; Sections 7 through 29; South half and Northeast quarter of Section 30; Northwest quarter of Section 30 lying generally to the south of the left bank of the Bighorn River and generally to the north and east of the left bank of Sunkay Creek; South half of Section 31 lying generally to the east of Sunkay Creek; South halves of Sections 32 through 36.
In unsurveyed Township 35, Range 18, West of the 5th Meridian:
Northeast quarter of Section 8, North half of Section 9, Northwest quarter of Section 10, North half and Southwest quarter of Section 13, Sections 14, 15, 16, 17 and Section 18 lying generally to the north of the right bank of the North Saskatchewan River; South half and Northwest quarter of Section 19; South halves of Section 20 through 23; Section 24 lying generally to the north and west of the right bank of the North Saskatchewan River; Legal subdivisions 11 and 14, and the South half and Northeast quarter of Section 25; Legal subdivisions 3 and 6 and the East half of Section 36.
In unsurveyed Township 36, Range 18, West of the 5th Meridian:
Legal subdivisions 1 and 8 and the Northeast quarter of Section 1; North half and Southeast quarter of Section 12; Section 13; Section 24; Section 25; Northeast quarter of Section 26; North half and Southeast quarter of Section 35; Section 36.
In unsurveyed Township 37, Range 18, West of the 5th Meridian:
Section 1 lying generally to the west of the easterly bank of Abraham Lake; Section 2; East half of Section 3; Section 10; Section 11; Sections 12 and 13 lying generally to the west of the easterly bank of Abraham Lake; Sections 14, 15, 22 and 23; Sections 24 and 25 lying generally to the west of the easterly bank of Abraham Lake; Section 26 and 27; South half and Northeast quarter of Section 34; Section 35; Section 36 lying generally to the west of the easterly bank of Abraham Lake.
In unsurveyed Township 38, Range 18, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 and 2; Southeast quarter of Section 11; Section 12.
In unsurveyed Township 39, Range 18, West of the 5th Meridian:
East half of Section 12; Section 13; Northeast quarter of Section 14; Section 23 lying generally to the east of the left bank of Littlehorn Creek; Section 24; Section 25 lying generally to the south of the left bank of the Bighorn River; Section 26 lying generally to the south of the left bank of the Bighorn River and to the east of the left bank of Littlehorn Creek; Southeast quarter of Section 36 lying generally to the east of the left bank of Sunkay Creek.
In unsurveyed Township 35, Range 19, West of the 5th Meridian:
Northeast quarter of Section 8 and the east half of Section 17 lying to the east of Banff National Park; Northwest quarter of Section 9 lying to the east of Banff National Park and generally to the north of the right bank of the North Saskatchewan River; Section 13, North half and Southwest quarter of Sections 14, 15 and 16 lying generally to the north of the right bank of the North Saskatchewan River; South half and Northeast quarter of Section 21; Sections 22 through 24.
EXCEPT THEREOUT:
Big Horn Indian Reserve No. 144A.
Eagle Creek Forest Recreation Area.
Cutoff Creek Forest Recreation Area.
Hummingbird Forest Recreation Area.
Crescent Falls Forest Recreation Area.
Crescent Falls Provincial Recreation Area.
Ram Falls Provincial Recreation Area.
Kootenay Plains Ecological Reserve.


Part P: Dormer/Sheep Public Land Use Zone


47.
(1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3), no person shall operate
(a) an on-highway vehicle, except on a highway, or
(b) an off-highway vehicle or snow vehicle
within the Dormer/Sheep Public Land Use Zone.
(2) The operation of a motor vehicle on land within the Zone is permitted
(a) to transport an employee of the Government in the course of the person’s work,
(b) where the vehicle is being used to conduct or transport any person or equipment to be employed or used in work or activity within the Zone that has been approved by the director,
(c) to remove a sick, injured or deceased person from the Zone, and
(d) in connection with registered trapping at places within the limits of a registered trapping area within the Zone where the use of the vehicle is approved by an officer.
(3) The operation of
(a) an off-highway vehicle with a maximum weight of 590 kg (1300 lb), a maximum tire pressure of 110 kPA (16psi), a maximum wheelbase of 185 cm and a maximum width of 178 cm,
(b) a snow vehicle, or
(c) an on-highway vehicle that is a motorcycle
is permitted in areas or on trails that have been designated for that purpose by signs or notices posted in the Zone or in accordance with the written instructions of an officer.
(4) A person operating an off-highway vehicle or motorcycle described in subsection (3) within the Zone shall, at the time of entry into the Zone, obtain a copy of, and comply with, any written instructions referred to in subsection (3) that are then available.


48. No person shall
(a) take an off-highway vehicle or motorcycle described in subsection (3),
(b) camp overnight, or
(c) permit the person’s horse or horse under the person’s control to graze or be tethered
within 100 meters of a lakeshore within the Dormer/Sheep Public Land Use Zone except in accordance with the written instructions of an officer.


49. No person shall land a helicopter on a lake, or within 200 meters of the shore of a lake, within the Dormer/Sheep Public Land Use Zone except in accordance with the written instructions of an officer.


50. No person shall operate a motorized boat within the Dormer/Sheep Public Land Use Zone except in accordance with the written instructions of an officer.


51. The Dormer/Sheep Public Land Use Zone comprises the following area of public land:
All those parcels or tracts of land, site situate, lying, and being in the Province of Alberta, Canada, and being composed of:
In unsurveyed Township 30, Range 10, West of the 5th Meridian:
Northwest quarter of Section 6; Section 7; North half of Section 8; Northwest quarter of Section 9; Sections 16 to 21 inclusive; West half of Section 28; Sections 29 and 30; all that portion of Section 31 lying generally to the south and east of the left bank of the Panther River; Southwest quarter of Section 32; and all that portion of the Northwest quarter of Section 32 lying generally to the south of the left bank of the Panther River.
In unsurveyed Township 29, Range 11, West of the 5th Meridian:
All those portions of the Northwest quarter of Section 21, and the South halves of Sections 28 and 29 lying generally to the north of Banff National Park; the North halves of section 28 and 29; all those portions of the East halves of Sections 30 and 31 lying generally to the east of Banff National Park; Sections 32 to 34 inclusive.
In unsurveyed Township 30, Range 11, West of the 5th Meridian:
North halves of Sections 1 and 2; Legal subdivisions 5 to 8 inclusive of Section 2; Sections 3 and 4 and the East half of Section 5; all those portions of the West half of Section 5, the East half of Section 6 and the North half and Southwest quarter of Section 8 lying generally to the east of Banff National Park; Southeast quarter of Section 8; Sections 9 to 15 inclusive; North half and Southeast quarter of Section 16; all that portion of the Southwest quarter of Section 16 and the Southeast quarter of Section 17 lying generally to the east of Banff National Park; all those portions of the North half of Section 17, the Southeast quarter of Section 19 and the Southwest quarter of Section 20 lying to the north and east of Banff National Park; all that portion of the Northeast quarter of Section 19 lying north and east of Banff National Park and generally to the south and east of the left bank of the Dormer River; North half and Southeast quarter of Section 20; Sections 21 to 25 inclusive; South half of Section 26; all that portion of the north half of Section 26 lying to the south of the left bank of the Panther River; Sections 27 and 28; all those portions of the South half and Northeast quarter of Section 29, the Southeast quarters of Sections 30 and 32 and the West half of Section 33, lying generally to the south and east of the left bank of the Dormer River; Southeast quarter of Section 33; the Southwest quarter of Section 34; all those portions of the Northeast quarter of Section 33 and the North half and Southeast quarter of Section 34 lying generally to the south of the left bank of the Panther River; all that portion of the Southwest quarter of Section 35 lying generally to the south and west of the left bank of the Panther River; all those portions of the Southeast quarter of Section 35 and the South half of Section 36 lying generally to the south of the left bank of the Panther River.
All the intervening theoretical road allowances within all the above described lands.
EXCEPTING THEREOUT the following tracts of land declared as Forest Recreation Areas pursuant to section 46 of the Forests Act, namely:
Panther Public Recreation Area.


Part Q: Ghost Public Land Use Zone


52. The operation of a motor vehicle within the Ghost Public Land Use Zone is permitted only in areas or on trails that have been designated for that purpose by signs or notices posted under this Regulation.


53. The Ghost Public Land Use Zone comprises the following area of public land:
In Township 26, Range 7, West of the 5th Meridian:
All that portion of Section 31 which lies to the north of the right bank of the Ghost River.
In Township 26, Range 8, West of the 5th Meridian:
All that portion of the said township, which lies generally to the north of the right bank of the South Ghost River.
In Township 26, Range 9, West of the 5th Meridian:
All those portions of the Northwest quarter of Section 4; Northeast quarter of Section 5; Southeast quarter of Section 8; Sections 9 and 10; North half of Section 11; North half and Southwest quarter of Section 13; South half and Northeast quarter of Section 14; South half of Section 15; South half and northeast quarter of Section 24; North half of Section 26; Section 35, which excludes Don Getty Wildland Provincial Park.
North half of Section 25.
All that portion of the Northeast quarter of Section 34 which lies generally to the east of Don Getty Wildland Provincial Park and Banff National Park.
All that portion of Section 35 which lies to the north and east of Don Getty Wildland Provincial Park.
Section 36.
In Township 27, Range 7, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 6 and 7.
Sections 13 to 36 inclusive.
In Township 27, Range 8, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 18 inclusive.
South half and Northeast quarter of Section 19.
All those portions of the Northwest quarter of Section 19; West half of Section 30, which excludes Don Getty Wildland Provincial Park.
Sections 20 to 29 inclusive.
East half of Section 30.
Sections 31 to 36 inclusive.
In Township 27, Range 9, West of the 5th Meridian:
Section 1.
All that portion of Section 2 which lies to the east of Banff National Park.
All those portions of the North half and Southeast quarter of Section 10 which lies to the east of Don Getty Wildland Provincial Park and Banff National Park.
All that portion of the Southwest quarter of Section 11 which lies to the east of Banff National Park.
North half and Southeast quarter of Section 11.
Section 12; Southeast quarter of Section 13.
All those portions of the Southwest quarter of Section 13 and Section 14 which lie to the west of Don Getty Wildland Provincial Park.
All those portions of the Northeast quarter of Section 13, Section 15; Northeast quarter of Section 16; Sections 19, 20 and 21; Southwest quarter of Section 22; South half of Section 23; Section 24; South half and Northeast quarter of Section 25, which excludes Don Getty Wildland Provincial Park.
North halves of Sections 33 and 34; Northeast quarter of Section 36.
In Township 27, Range 10, West of the 5th Meridian:
All that portion of the East half of Section 23 which lies to the east of the Ghost River Wilderness Area and excludes Don Getty Wildland Provincial Park.
All that portion of Section 24, which excludes Don Getty Wildland Provincial Park.
In Township 28, Range 7, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 36 inclusive.
In Township 28, Range 8, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 36 inclusive.
In Township 28, Range 9, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 4 inclusive; East half of Section 5.
All that portion of the Northeast quarter of Section 7 which lies to the north and east of Don Getty Wildland Provincial Park.
Sections 8 to 16 inclusive.
All that portion of Section 17 which lies to the south of Don Getty Wildland Provincial Park.
All that portion of Section 18 which excludes Don Getty Wildland Provincial Park.
East half of Section 21; Sections 22 to 27 inclusive; East half of Section 28; North half and Southeast quarter of Section 33; Sections 34 to 36 inclusive.
In Township 28, Range 10, West of the 5th Meridian:
All that portion of the East half of Section 13 which lies to the east of Don Getty Wildland Provincial Park.
In Township 29, Ranges 7 and 8, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 36 inclusive.
In Township 29, Range 9, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 5 inclusive; North half of Section 6; Sections 7 to 36 inclusive.
In Township 29, Range 10, West of the 5th Meridian:
North half of Section 1; Sections 2 to 36 inclusive.
In Township 29, Range 11, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 and 2.
All those portions of the Northeast quarter of Section 8; Section 16; Southeast quarter of Section 17; South half and Northeast quarter of Section 21 which lie generally to the east of Banff National Park.
North halves of Sections 9 and 10; Sections 11 to 15 inclusive; Sections 22 to 27 inclusive; Sections 35 and 36.
In Township 30, Range 7, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 24 inclusive and Sections 28 to 33 inclusive.
In Township 30, Ranges 8 and 9, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 36 inclusive.
In Township 30, Range 10, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 5 inclusive; South half and Northeast quarter of Section 6; South half of Section 8, South half and Northeast quarter of Section 9; Sections 10 to 15 inclusive; Sections 22 to 27 inclusive; East halves of Sections 28 and 32; Sections 33 to 36 inclusive.
In Township 30, Range 11, West of the 5th Meridian:
South half of Section 1; Legal subdivisions 1, 2, 3 and 4 of Section 2.
In Township 31, Range 7, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 4 to 9 inclusive.
In Township 31, Range 8, West of the 5th Meridian:
Section 1.
All that portion of Section 2 which lies to the south and east of the left bank of the Red Deer River.
All those portions of Sections 3 and 4 which lie to the south of the left bank of the Red Deer River.
Sections 5, 6 and 7.
All those portions of the South half and Northwest quarter of Section 8 and the Southwest quarter of Section 9 which lie generally to the south and west of the left bank of the Red Deer River.
All those portions of Section 11 and the Northwest quarter of Section 12 which lie generally to the east of the left bank of the Red Deer River.
South half and Northeast quarter of Section 12.
All those portions of the South half of Section 13 and the Southeast quarter of Section 14 which lie generally to the south and east of the left bank of the Red Deer River.
All those portions of the Southwest quarter of Section 17 and South half of Section 18 which lie generally to the south of the left bank of the Red Deer River.
In Township 31, Range 9, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 to 7 inclusive.
All those portions of the North half of Section 8; Northwest quarter of Section 9; North half of Section 10; Northwest quarter of Section 11; South half of Section 13; South half of Section 14; Southwest quarter of Section 15; South halves of Sections 16, 17 and 18 which lie generally to the south of the left bank of the Red Deer River.
South half of Section 8; South half and Northeast quarter of Section 9; South half of Section 10; South half and Northeast quarter of Section 11; Section 12.
In Township 31, Range 10, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 1 and 2; South half of Section 3; East half of Section 11; Section 12; Southeast quarter of Section 14.
All those portions of Section 13 and the Northeast quarter of Section 14 which lie to the south of the left bank of the Red Deer River.
All the intervening theoretical road allowances within all the above described lands.
EXCEPTING THEREOUT:
Red Deer River Provincial Recreation Area.
Burnt Timber Provincial Recreation Area.
Fallen Timber South Provincial Recreation Area.
North Ghost Provincial Recreation Area.
North Ghost Group Camp Provincial Recreation Area.
Ghost Airstrip Provincial Recreation Area.
Waiparous Creek Provincial Recreation Area.
Waiparous Valley Viewpoint Provincial Recreation Area.
Waiparous Creek Group Camp Provincial Recreation Area.
South Ghost Provincial Recreation Area.


Part R: Willow Creek Public Land Use Zone


54.
(1) The operation of a motor vehicle with a dry weight that does not exceed 363 kilograms (800 pounds), as determined by the manufacturer of the vehicle, is permitted in the Willow Creek Public Land Use Zone only in areas and on trails that have been designated for that purpose by signs or notices posted under this Regulation.
(2) The operation of an on-highway vehicle is permitted in the Willow Creek Public Land Use Zone only on highways and in areas that have been designated for that purpose by signs or notices posted under this Regulation and only if the on-highway vehicle is being operated
(a) for the purpose of transporting people to or from areas designated as camping, picnic or staging areas by signs or notices posted under this Regulation, and
(b) at a speed not exceeding the maximum speed posted on or about the highway or area for that type of on highway vehicle or, where no maximum speed is posted, at a speed not exceeding 20 kilometres per hour.


55.
(1) A person may
(a) camp, or
(b) start or maintain an open fire
within the Willow Creek Public Land Use Zone only where so authorized by signs or notices posted under this Regulation.
(2) No person shall have a camping accommodation unit within the Willow Creek Public Land Use Zone for a period exceeding 14 consecutive days unless an officer gives written consent to have the unit in the Zone for a greater number of consecutive days.
(3) For the purpose of subsection (2), a period of days is not broken unless the camping accommodation unit is taken and remains outside the Willow Creek Public Land Use Zone for a period of at least 24 consecutive hours.


56. The Willow Creek Public Land Use Zone comprises the following area of public land:
FIRSTLY
In Township 14, Range 3, West of the 5th Meridian:
All that portion of Section 31 which lies to the south and east of southeasterly limits of Highway No. 532;
Sections 32 to 35 inclusive;
All the intervening theoretical road allowances within all the above described lands.
SECONDLY
In Township 14, Range 4, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 13, 24 and 25;
All that portion of Section 14 which lies to the east of the easterly limit of Highway No. 940 (Forestry Trunk Road);
All that portion of the north half and southeast quarter of Section 15 which lie to the east of the said easterly limit of Highway No. 940 and to the south of the southerly limit of the said Highway No. 532;
All that portion of the south half of Section 22 which lies to the east of the said easterly limit of Highway No. 940, to the south of the said southerly limit of Highway No. 532 and to the east of the southerly fork of the said Highway No. 532;
All that portion of Section 23 which lies to the south and east of the southeasterly and easterly limits of the said Highway No. 532;
All that portion of Section 26 which lies to the east of the easterly limits of the said Highway No. 532;
All that portion of the southeast quarter of Section 35 which lies generally to the east of the easterly limits of the said Highway No. 532;
All that portion of Section 36 which lies to the south of the southerly limits of the said Highway No. 532;
All the intervening theoretical road allowances within all the above described lands.
THIRDLY
In Township 15, Range 3, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 2, 3, 4 and 11 and the south half and northeast quarter of Section 14;
All those portions of Section 5, Section 6, the southeast quarter of Section 8, the south half and northeast quarter of Section 9, Section 10, the northwest quarter of Section 14, and Section 15 which lies to the south and east of the southeasterly limits of the said Highway No. 532;
All the intervening theoretical road allowances within all the above described lands.


Schedule 5 — Public Land Recreation Areas


Athabasca Forest


Bustard Island Remote Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 113, Range 5, West of the 4th Meridian:
All that portion which would be if surveyed under the present system of Alberta Land Surveys, the east half of legal subdivision 8 of Section 1 not covered by water.
In Township 113, Range 4, West of the 4th Meridian:
All that portion which would be if surveyed under the present system of Alberta Land Surveys, the west half of legal subdivision 5 of Section 6 not covered by water.


Cascade Rapids Remote Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 89, Range 2, West of the 4th Meridian:
All those portions of the south half of legal subdivision 11 and all that portion of legal subdivision 6 of Section 8 lying to the north of the right bank of the Clearwater River.


Christina River Remote Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 88, Range 7, West of the 4th Meridian:
All those portions which would be if surveyed under the present system of Alberta Land Surveys, the south half of legal subdivision 4 of Section 33 lying to the south and west of the left bank of the Christina River.


Clausen’s Landing Remote Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 97, Range 10, West of the 4th Meridian:
All those portions which would be if surveyed under the present system of Alberta Land Surveys, legal subdivisions 11 and 14 of Section 30 lying to the north and west of the left bank of the Athabasca River and on both sides of the limits of an unnamed roadway.


Dore Lake Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 113, Range 7, West of the 4th Meridian:
All those portions which would be if surveyed under the present system of Alberta Land Surveys, legal subdivision 13 of Section 1 and legal subdivision 16 of Section 2 not covered by the waters of Dore Lake.


Engstrom Remote Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 89, Range 4, West of the 4th Meridian:
All that portion which would be if surveyed under the present system of Alberta Land Surveys, the south half of legal subdivision 12 of Section 34 lying to the north of the right bank of the Clearwater River.


Greentree Remote Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 88, Range 6, West of the 4th Meridian:
All that portion which would be if surveyed under the present system of Alberta Land Surveys, legal subdivision 4 of Section 30 lying to the south of the left bank of the Clearwater River.


Miseieutin Remote Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 89, Range 5, West of the 4th Meridian:
All that portion which would be if surveyed under the present system of Alberta Land Surveys, the southwest quarter of legal subdivision 5 of Section 6 lying to the west of the right bank of the Clearwater River.


Pearson Lake Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 103, Range 8, West of the 4th Meridian:
All that portion which would be if surveyed under the present system of Alberta Land Surveys, legal subdivisions 10 and 11 of Section 27 not covered by the waters of Pearson Lake.


Richardson River Remote Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 108, Range 8, West of the 4th Meridian:
All that portion which would be if surveyed under the present system of Alberta Land Surveys, the northeast quarter of legal subdivision 9 of Section 32 north of the left bank of Limon Creek and the northwest quarter of legal subdivision 12 of Section 33 north of the left bank of Limon Creek.


Six Lakes Remote Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 103, Range 7, West of the 4th Meridian:
All that portion which would be if surveyed under the present system of Alberta Land Surveys, legal subdivision 7 of Section 25 not covered by the waters of an unnamed lake.


Whitemud Falls Remote Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 89, Range 1, West of the 4th Meridian:
All that portion which would be if surveyed under the present system of Alberta Land Surveys, the west half of legal subdivision 9 of Section 3, lying to the west of the right bank of the Clearwater River.


Bow/Crow Forest


Allison Day Use/Cross Country Ski Staging Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 8, Range 5, West of the 5th Meridian:
All those portions which would be if surveyed under the present system of Alberta Land Surveys, the northeast quarter of the southwest quarter of legal subdivision 8 of Section 22 which lie northwest of the northwesterly limit of the Chinook Campground Road; the southeast quarter and the northeast quarter of the northwest quarter of legal subdivision 8 of the said Section 22 which lie northwest and south of the northwesterly and southerly limits of the Chinook Campground Road.


Barrier Lake Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 24, Range 8, West of the 5th Meridian:
All those portions of the east half of legal subdivision 6 and the west half of legal subdivision 7 of section 10 lying to the south and east of the southeasterly limit of Highway No. 40.
All those portions of the northeast quarter of legal subdivision 7 and the north half of legal subdivision 8 of section 10 lying to the north of the Barrier Mountain access road.
All that portion of the south half of the northeast quarter of section 10 lying to the south and east of Highway No. 40 and to the south and west of the Barrier Mountain access road.
SAVING AND EXCEPTING
PurposeEP Plan No.EP File No.Area (more or less)
Environmental Sciences Centre3432 GENMLL 8200643.464 ha (8.56 ac)

Subject to: Easement No. EZE 880724


Blackstone Gap Public Land Recreation Area
All that parcel or tracts of land, site situate, lying, and being in the Province of Alberta, Canada, and being composed of:
In unsurveyed Township 42, Range 18, West of the 5th Meridian:
Legal Subdivision 15 of section 7.


Crescent Falls Public Land Recreation Area
All those parcels or tracts of land, site situate, lying, and being in the Province of Alberta, Canada, and being composed of:
In unsurveyed Township 39, Range 17, West of the 5th Meridian:
Legal Subdivisions 14 and 15 of section 26.


Cutoff Creek Public Land Recreation Area
All those parcels or tracts of land, site situate, lying, and being in the Province of Alberta, Canada, and being composed of:
In unsurveyed Township 34, Range 12, West of the 5th Meridian:
All that portion of the west half of section 30 which lies generally to the east of the right bank of the Clearwater River.
The northeast quarter of section 30.
The south half of section 31.
In unsurveyed Township 34, Range 13, West of the 5th Meridian:
All those portions of the northeast quarter of section 25 and the southeast quarter of section 36 which lies generally to the east of the right bank of the Clearwater River.


Eagle Creek Public Land Recreation Area
All those parcels or tracts of land, site situate, lying, and being in the Province of Alberta, Canada, and being composed of:
In unsurveyed Township 32, Range 11, West of the 5th Meridian:
All those portions of legal Subdivisions 15 and 16 of section 4 which lies generally to the south and west of the Ya-Ha-Tinda Forestry Road.
All those portions of legal subdivision 1 and 2 of section 9 which lies generally to the west of Eagle Creek.
The east half of legal subdivision 3 of section 9.


Hummingbird Public Land Recreation Area
All those parcels or tracts of land, site situate, lying, and being in the Province of Alberta, Canada, and being composed of:
In unsurveyed Township 36, Range 14, West of the 5th Meridian:
All those portions of legal Subdivisions 1, 5, 6, 7, 8, 11 and 12 of section 7 which lies generally to the north of Hummingbird Creek.
All that portion of the north half of legal subdivision 4 of section 8 which lies generally to the north of Hummingbird Creek.
The south half of legal subdivision 5 of section 8.


Jumpingpound Demonstration Public Land Forest Recreation Area
In Township 24, Range 6, West of the 5th Meridian:
All that portion of the southwest quarter of section 8 lying to the east of the Husky Oil-Moose Mountain Road as shown outlined on a plan on file in the Department of Environment and Sustainable Resource Development as No. 13026 TL (LOC 920365) and to the west of Moose Creek. (Alta. Reg. 170/2012, s. 5(c))
Legal subdivision 11 of section 8.
Legal subdivision 12 of section 8, excluding that portion lying generally to the south of Jumpingpound Creek and to the north and west of Coxhill Creek.
All that portion of legal subdivision 13 of section 8 lying to the north and east of Jumpingpound Creek and to the east of the Husky Oil-Moose Mountain Road.
Legal subdivision 14 of section 8.


Panther Public Land Recreation Area
All those parcels or tracts of land, site situate, lying, and being in the Province of Alberta, Canada, and being composed of:
In unsurveyed Township 30, Range 10, West of the 5th Meridian:
The north half of legal subdivision 12 and the south half of legal subdivision 13 of section 32.


Syncline Cross-Country Skiing Public Land Recreation Trail
All those parcels or tracts of land comprising the Syncline Cross-Country Skiing Trail through the following described lands:
In Township 5, Range 3, West of the 5th Meridian:
Legal subdivisions 1, 2, 7 to 10 inclusive, and 16 of Section 8, legal subdivisions 4, 5, 6 and 10 to 15 inclusive, of Section 9, legal subdivisions 1, 2 and 8 of Section 16.
All those portions of legal subdivision 15 of Section 8, legal subdivisions 1 and 2 of Section 17, east of the right bank of the West Castle River and lying south of the southerly limit of an unsurveyed roadway; part legal subdivisions 7, 8, 9 and 16 of Section 9, legal subdivision 9, legal subdivision 13 of Section 10, and legal subdivisions 4, 5, 12 and 13 of Section 15 lying generally west of the left bank of the Castle River; part legal subdivision 9 of Section 16 lying south of the left bank of the Castle River and east of the easterly limit of the said unsurveyed roadway; part legal subdivisions 3, 4, 5 and 6 of Section 16 lying generally south and east of the southeasterly limit of the said unsurveyed roadway; part legal subdivisions 7 and 10 of Section 16 lying to the west of the right bank of the West Castle River and on both sides of the said unsurveyed roadway.
Subject to: CTP C03006


Upper Clearwater River Staging Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 32, Range 11, West of the 5th Meridian:
All those portions which would be if surveyed under the present system of Alberta Land Surveys, the southwest quarter of the southeast quarter and the southeast quarter of the southwest quarter of legal subdivision 10 of Section 19 lying on either side of the limits of LOC 770223.


Edson Forest


Cardinal River Divide Public Land Recreation Area
In partially surveyed Township 45, Range 23, West of the 5th Meridian:
The north halves of legal subdivisions 7 and 8 and the south halves of legal subdivisions 9 and 10 of Section 22, lying on both sides of the limits of the Grave Flats Forestry Road.


Cardinal River Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 45, Range 21, West of the 5th Meridian:
The north half of legal subdivision 4 which lies to the north of the left bank of the Cardinal River; legal subdivision 5 and the southwest quarter of legal subdivision 12 of Section 17 which lie to the north of the left bank of the Cardinal River and to the south and west of the southwesterly limit of the Cadomin-Brazeau Road; legal subdivisions 1, 7, 8 and 11 of Section 18 which lie to the north of the left bank of the Cardinal River; legal subdivision 9 of the said Section 18 which lies to the south and west of the southwesterly limit of the Cadomin-Brazeau Road; legal subdivisions 10, 13 and 14 of the said Section 18 which lie to the north of the left bank of the Cardinal River and to the south and west of the southwesterly limits of the Cadomin-Brazeau Road.


Eccles Pond Day Use Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 53, Range 22, West of the 5th Meridian:
Legal subdivision 1 of Section 7, lying on both sides of abandoned railway, as shown upon a plan of survey on file in the Department of Environment and Sustainable Resource Development at Edmonton as No. 77R and of record in the Land Titles Office at Edmonton for the North Alberta Land Registration District as No. 2289B.S. (Alta. Reg. 170/2012, s. 5(c))
Saving and Excepting: 0.33 of an acre, more or less, required for a surveyed roadway as shown upon a plan of survey on file in the Department of Environment and Sustainable Resource Development at Edmonton as No. 6161RD and of record in the Land Titles Office at Edmonton for the North Alberta Land Registration District as No. 7620106. (Alta. Reg. 170/2012, s. 5(c))
Subject to: Order No. 883/64 of the Board of Arbitration’s The Right of Entry Arbitration Act (File: 8536RE).


Hornbeck Cross Country Skiing Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 54, Range 18, west of the 5th Meridian:
The southeast and northeast quarters of the northeast quarter of legal subdivision 8 of Section 5 which lie west of the westerly limit of the Grande Prairie Trail.
All those parcels or tracts of land comprising the Hornbeck Cross Country Ski Trail, being a strip of land 20 metres wide through the following lands:
In Township 54, Range 18, West of the 5th Meridian:
Sections 5 and 6.
In Township 54, Range 19, West of the 5th Meridian:
Section 1.


Little Sundance Creek Snowmobiling Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 53, Range 19, West of the 5th Meridian:
Legal subdivisions 13 and 14 of Section 16, legal subdivision 16 of Section 17, legal subdivision 1 of Section 20, legal subdivision 3 and 4 of Section 21 which lie northeast of the northeasterly limit of the Swanson Forestry Road and generally west and south of the shores of an unnamed lake.
All those parcels or tracts of land comprising the Little Sundance Creek Snowmobile Trail, being a strip of land 20 metres wide through the following lands:
In Township 53, Range 19, West of the 5th Meridian:
Legal subdivision 16 of Section 19; legal subdivisions 13, 14, 15 and 16 of Section 20; legal subdivisions 5, 6, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16 of Section 21; legal subdivision 5 and the northeast quarter of Section 27; Sections 28 and 29; the east half of Section 30; Sections 31, 32, 33 and 34 inclusive; and legal subdivision 13 of Section 35.
Subject to: PLA820526, PLA850132, MSL9971, LOC4911, MSL851251, MSL801823, LOC760678, MSL9876, 122695GL.
Mason Creek Day Use Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 57, Range 6, West of the 6th Meridian:
All those portions of what would be if surveyed under the present system of Alberta Land Surveys, legal subdivisions 6, 7 and 11 of Section 16 lying generally to the north of the northerly limit of a surveyed roadway as shown upon a plan of survey on file in the Department of Environment and Sustainable Resource Development at Edmonton as No. 6012RD and of record in the Land Titles Office at Edmonton for the North Alberta Land Registration District as No. 5340P.X., and to the south of the right bank of the Muskeg River. (Alta. Reg. 170/2012, s. 5(c))
Steeper Water Access Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 48, Range 22, West of the 5th Meridian:
Legal subdivision 7 of Section 14 which lies south of the left bank of the McLeod River and northwest of the northwesterly limit of an unnamed roadway.
Subject to: EZE 800133


Footner Lake Forest


Meander River Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 116, Range 22, West of the 5th Meridian:
All that portion which would be if surveyed under the present system of Alberta Land Surveys, the southeast quarter of Section 28 as outlined in red on a plan of survey on file in the Department of Environment and Sustainable Resource Development at Edmonton as No. 2592 general and of record in the Land Titles Office at Edmonton for the North Alberta Land Registration District as No. 569 P.X. containing by admeasurement 0.915 ha (2.26 acres), more or less. (Alta. Reg. 170/2012, s. 5(c))


Semo Lake Remote Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 113, Range 6, West of the 5th Meridian:
All those portions which would be if surveyed under the present system of Alberta Land Surveys, legal subdivision 13 of Section 21 and legal subdivision 4 of Section 28 lying generally east of the shores of Semo Lake.


Grande Prairie Forest


Bison Flats Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 63, Range 3, West of the 6th Meridian:
All those portions which would be if surveyed under the present system of Alberta Land Surveys, the east half of Section 10, legal subdivision 5 of Section 11, the west half of Section 14, the southeast quarter and legal subdivision 16 of Section 15 lying generally to the east of the right bank of the Smoky River, the northwest quarter and legal subdivision 6 of the said Section 11.
Subject to: PLA 810208


Economy Lake Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 68, Range 2, West of the 6th Meridian:
All that portion of what would be if surveyed under the present system of Alberta Land Surveys, legal subdivision 5 of Section 28 not covered by the waters of Economy Lake.


Hilltop Lake Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 75, Range 7, West of the 6th Meridian:
Legal subdivision 13 of Section 21, legal subdivision 4 and the south half of legal subdivision 5 of Section 28, the east half of legal subdivision 2 and the south half of legal subdivision 8 of Section 29 and all those portions of legal subdivision 16 of Section 20 and legal subdivision 1 of the said Section 29 not covered by the waters of an unnamed lake.


Musreau Lake Day Use Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 64, Range 5, West of the 6th Meridian:
All those portions which would be if surveyed under the present system of Alberta Land Surveys, legal subdivision 8 of Section 23 and the west half of legal subdivision 5 not covered by the waters of Musreau Lake.


Lake Remote Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 64, Range 11, West of the 6th Meridian:
All those portions which would be if surveyed under the present system of Alberta Land Surveys, the west half and the west half of the northeast quarter of Section 16, the east half of the east half of Section 17 and the south half of the south half of Section 21 not covered by the waters of Nose Lake.


Westview Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 62, Range 3, West of the 6th Meridian:
All that portion of what would be if surveyed under the present system of Alberta Land Surveys, legal subdivision 13 of Section 11.


Lac La Biche Forest


Calling River Water Access Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 70, Range 19, West of the 4th Meridian:
All those portions of the south half and the south half of the north half of legal subdivision 16 and the north half and the north half of the south half of legal subdivision 9 of Section 30 lying west of the left bank of the Athabasca River and lying on both sides of the Athabasca West Road (279 F).


Caribou Creek Remote Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 76, Range 14, West of the 4th Meridian:
All those portions which would be if surveyed under the present system of Alberta Land Surveys, legal subdivisions 15 and 16 of Section 34 lying south of the junction of the House River and Caribou Creek.


Crow Lake Walk-in Tenting Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 78, Range 14, West of the 4th Meridian:
All those portions which would be if surveyed under the present system of Alberta Land Surveys, legal subdivisions 5 and 12 of Section 30, not covered by the waters of Crow Lake.
In Township 78, Range 15, West of the 4th Meridian:
All those portions which would be if surveyed under the present system of Alberta Land Surveys, legal subdivisions 9, 15 and 16 of Section 25 not covered by the waters of Crow Lake and lying generally to the east of the easterly limit of Highway No. 63.


House River Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 77, Range 14, West of the 4th Meridian:
All that portion which would be if surveyed under the present system of Alberta Land Surveys, legal subdivision 5 of Section 5 lying to the southeast of Highway No. 63.


Mariana Lake Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 80, Range 13, West of the 4th Meridian:
All those portions which would be if surveyed under the present system of Alberta Land Surveys, legal subdivision 9 lying generally to the north and west of the northwesterly limit of a surveyed roadway as shown upon a plan on file in the Department of Environment and Sustainable Resource Development as No. 5062RD and of record in the Land Titles Office at Edmonton for the North Alberta Land Registration District as No. 235P.X. and not covered by the waters of Mariana Lake; legal subdivision 16 of Section 19 lying generally to the north and west of the northwesterly limit of the said roadway, to the north and west of Mariana Settlement as shown upon a plan of survey on file in the said Department of Environment and Sustainable Resource Development as No. 2624 General and of record in the said Land Titles Office as No. 5776 N.Y. and not covered by the waters of the said Mariana Lake. (Alta. Reg. 170/2012, s. 5(c))


Mile 18 Water Access Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 71, Range 13, West of the 4th Meridian:
All those portions which would be if surveyed under the present system of Alberta Land Surveys, legal subdivisions 2, 3, 6, 7 and 8 of Section 18, all lying east of the road and not covered by the waters of the Mile 18 Lake.


Wandering River Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 73, Range 17, West of the 4th Meridian:
All that portion of the northwest quarter of Section 12 as outlined in red on a plan of survey on file in the Department of Environment and Sustainable Resource Development at Edmonton as No. 2751 General and of record in the Land Titles Office at Edmonton for the North Alberta Land Registration District as No. 1805 P.X. containing by admeasurement 4.638 ha (11.46 acres), more or less. (Alta. Reg. 170/2012, s. 5(c))


Waskahigan Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 77, Range 15, West of the 4th Meridian:
All those portions which would be if surveyed under the present system of Alberta Land Surveys, legal subdivisions 9 and 16 of Section 34, and legal subdivisions 12 and 13 of Section 35, lying generally north of the left bank of House River, east of the roadway and southwest of the pipeline.


Winefred Lake Remote Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 74, Range 4, West of the 4th Meridian:
All those portions which would be if surveyed under the present system of Alberta Land Surveys, legal subdivisions 1, 8, 9 and 16 of Section 31, legal subdivisions 4, 5 and 6 and the north half of Section 32 which lie generally south of the shores of Winefred Lake, and lying on both sides of the Conklin to Winefred Tower Road (249 F ‘A’).
In Township 75, Range 4, West of the 4th Meridian:
All that portion which would be if surveyed under the present system of Alberta Land Surveys, legal subdivision 3 of Section 5, which lies generally south of the shores of the said Winefred Lake.


Peace River Forest


Cadotte/Peace River Remote Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 89, Range 20, West of the 5th Meridian:
All those portions of legal subdivisions 9 and 10 in Section 18 lying generally southwest of the left bank of the Cadotte River and southeast of the right bank of the Peace River.


Rocky/Clearwater Forest


Blackstone Viewpoint Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 43, Range 16, West of the 5th Meridian:
All that portion which would be if surveyed under the present system of Alberta Land Surveys, legal subdivision 3 of Section 18, lying on both sides of the Trunk Road (439 F).


Brown Creek Viewpoint Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 44, Range 17, West of the 5th Meridian:
All that portion which would be if surveyed under the present system of Alberta Land Surveys, legal subdivision 6 of Section 15 lying on both sides of Highway No. 40.


Cutoff Creek Equestrian Staging Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 35, Range 12, West of the 5th Meridian:
All those portions which would be if surveyed under the present system of Alberta Land Surveys, legal subdivisions 5 and 12 of Section 2 which lie generally north of the left bank of Cutoff Creek.


Jackknife Springs Day Use Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 47, Range 10, West of the 5th Meridian:
All those portions which would be if surveyed under the present system of Alberta Land Surveys, the northeast quarter of legal subdivision 6 and the east half of legal subdivision 11 of Section 14 which lie east of the easterly limit of an unnamed roadway.


Pinto Lake Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 36, Range 20, West of the 5th Meridian:
All those portions which would be if surveyed under the present system of Alberta Land Surveys, legal subdivisions 5, 12 and 13 of Section 30 and legal subdivision 4 of Section 31 not covered by the waters of Pinto Lake.
In Township 36, Range 21, West of the 5th Meridian:
All those portions which would be if surveyed under the present system of Alberta Land Surveys, legal subdivisions 1, 2, 7, 8, 9, 11, 14, 15 and 16 of Section 25 and legal subdivisions 1 and 2 of Section 36 not covered by the waters of Pinto Lake.
In Township 37, Range 19, West of the 5th Meridian:
All those portions which would be if surveyed under the present system of Alberta Land Surveys, legal subdivisions 11, 12 and 13 of Section 5 lying south of the Cline River.


Siffleur Falls Staging Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 35, Range 17, West of the 5th Meridian:
All those portions which would be if surveyed under the present system of Alberta Land Surveys, the northeast quarter of legal subdivision 7, the north half of legal subdivision 8, the southwest quarter of legal subdivision 9 and the southeast quarter of legal subdivision 10 of Section 31, which lie east of the easterly limit of Highway 11 and west of the left bank of the North Saskatchewan River.


Struble Lake Water Access Public Land Recreation Area
In Township 37, Range 7, West of the 5th Meridian:
All that portion of the northwest quarter of Section 19, lying generally to the north and west of a surveyed roadway of record in the Land Titles Office at Edmonton for the North Alberta Land Registration District as No. 2543 E.U., and not covered by the waters of Lake No. 2.


Schedule 6 — Public Land Recreation Trails


Athabasca Forest


Hangingstone River Public Land Recreation Trail
All those parcels or tracts of land comprising the Hangingstone River Forest Recreation Trail through the following unsurveyed lands:
In Township 85, Range 9, West of the 4th Meridian:
North half and southwest quarter Section 19, north half and southwest quarter Section 29, southeast quarter Section 30, east half Section 32 and the west half Section 33.
In Township 85, Range 10, West of the 4th Meridian:
Southeast quarter Section 24.
In Township 86, Range 9, West of the 4th Meridian:
Section 5, east half Section 7 and southwest quarter Section 8.


Little Fishery Creek Public Land Recreation Trail
All those parcels or tracts of land comprising the Little Fishery Creek Forest Recreation Trail through the following described lands:
In Township 89, Range 10, West of the 4th Meridian:
Legal subdivisions 5, 6, 11 and 12 of Section 12 and legal subdivisions 1 and 8 of Section 11.


Bow/Crow Forest


Ford Creek-Jumpingpound Public Land Recreation Trail
All those parcels or tracts of land comprising the Ford Creek-Jumpingpound Forest Recreation Trail through the following described lands:
In Township 21, Range 6, West of the 5th Meridian:
Part northeast quarter Section 23, Section 19, west half Section 29, south half Section 30 all south of the river.
In Township 21, Range 7, West of the 5th Meridian:
Part southeast quarter Section 23, Section 24, south half and northwest quarter Section 25, east half Section 26, south half and northwest quarter Section 35.
In Township 22, Range 7, West of the 5th Meridian:
Part southwest quarter Section 2, east half Sections 3 and 10, Section 15, east half Section 21, south half Section 22, north half and southeast quarter Section 28 and west half Section 33.
In Township 23, Range 7, West of the 5th Meridian:
Part south half and northwest quarter Section 4, north half and southeast quarter Section 8, southwest quarter Section 9, west half Section 17, northeast quarter Section 18, southeast quarter Section 19, west half Sections 20 and 29, east half Section 30, south half and northeast quarter Section 32 and northwest quarter Section 33.
In Township 24, Range 7, West of the 5th Meridian:
Part north half and southwest quarter Section 3 and south half Section 4.


Little Elbow Loop Public Land Recreation Trail
All those portions of the following lands comprising the Little Elbow Loop Forest Recreation Trail through the following described lands:
In unsurveyed Township 20, Range 7, West of the 5th Meridian:
The north half and south west quarter of Section 7, the north half of Section 8, the north west quarter of Section 14, the north half of Section 15, the south half and north east quarter of Section 16, the south east quarter of Section 17, the north half and south west quarter of Section 23, the east half of Section 26, the south east quarter of Section 35 and the north half and south west quarter of Section 36 of the said township.
In unsurveyed Township 21, Range 7, West of the 5th Meridian:
The east half of Section 1, the north half and south west quarter of Section 7, the south half and north west quarter of Section 12, the west half of Section 13, the north west quarter of Section 14, the north east quarter of Section 15, the north half and south west quarter of Section 17, the south east quarter of Section 18, the south east quarter of Section 20, the south half of Section 21, the south half of Section 22, and the south west quarter of Section 24 lying south and east of the right bank of the Little Elbow River, of the said township.
In unsurveyed Township 20, Range 8, West of the 5th Meridian:
The east half of Section 12, the north half and south east quarter of Section 13, the north east quarter of Section 23, the west half of Section 24, the east half of Section 26, the east half of Section 35 and the north west quarter of Section 36, of the said township.
In unsurveyed Township 21, Range 8, West of the 5th Meridian:
The west half of Section 1, and the south half and north east quarter of Section 12, of the said township.


Lac La Biche Forest


Wolf Lake Public Land Recreation Trail
All those parcels or tracts of land comprising the Wolf Lake Forest Recreation Trail through:
In partially surveyed Township 66, Range 6, West of the 4th Meridian:
The whole of legal subdivision 1 of Section 7, legal subdivision 16 of Section 8, legal subdivision 5 of Section 16, legal subdivision 16 of Section 17, legal subdivision 1 and legal subdivisions 5 to 8 inclusive of Section 19 and legal subdivisions 3 and 4 of Section 20 and all those portions of legal subdivisions 5, 11, 12, 14 and 15 of Section 6, legal subdivisions 2 and 8 of the said Section 7, legal subdivisions 5, 11, 12, 14 and 15 of said Section 8 and legal subdivisions 1, 2, 8, 9, 14 and 15 of the said Section 17 not covered by the waters of Wolf Lake.
In Township 65, Range 7, West of the 4th Meridian:
All those portions of legal subdivisions 9, 10 and 15 of Section 32, legal subdivisions 9 to 12 inclusive of Section 33 and legal subdivisions 10, 11 and 12 of Section 36 not covered by waters of the said Wolf Lake and all those portions of legal subdivisions 14, 15 and 16 of the said Section 36 lying generally to the north and west of the northwesterly shoreline of Corner Lake and to the south and east of the southeasterly shoreline of the said Wolf Lake.
In partially surveyed Township 66, Range 7, West of the 4th Meridian:
All those portions of legal subdivisions 1, 2 and 8 of Section 1 lying generally to the north and east of the northeasterly shoreline of the said Corner Lake and to the south and east of the southeasterly shoreline of the said Wolf Lake, legal subdivisions 2, 7, 10 and 16 of Section 8, legal subdivision 13 of Section 9, legal subdivisions 3 and 4 of Section 16, legal subdivisions 2 and 8 of Section 21, legal subdivisions 9, 10, 11 and 12 of Section 22, legal subdivisions 6, 7, 8, 11 and 12 of Section 23 and legal subdivisions 2, 3, 4, 5 and 8 of Section 24 and all those portions of legal subdivisions 1, 2, 7, 8, 10 and 15 of Section 5, legal subdivision 9 of the said Section 8, legal subdivisions 6, 10, 11 and 15 of the said Section 16, legal subdivision 1 of the said Section 21, legal subdivision 5 of the said Section 22 and legal subdivision 1 of the said Section 24 not covered by the waters of the said Wolf Lake.


Schedule 7 — Castle Special Management Area Public Land Use Zone


57. In this Schedule, “Zone” means the Castle Special Management Area Public Land Use Zone.


58. Every person who is within the Zone shall comply with
(a) the lawful orders and instructions of an officer, and
(b) the instructions, prohibitions and directions contained in signs and notices posted in or about the Zone under this Regulation.


59.
(1) Subject to this section, no person shall operate
(a) an on-highway vehicle, except on a highway, or
(b) an off-highway vehicle or snow vehicle
within the Zone except in accordance with an access permit.
(2) A person operating a motor vehicle within the Zone under an access permit shall, while operating the motor vehicle, be in possession of a copy of the access permit and shall produce it to the director or an officer on request.
(3) The operation of a motor vehicle is permitted in areas or on trails within the Zone that have been designated for that purpose by signs or notices posted under this Regulation.
(4) A person operating a motor vehicle within the Zone shall comply with signs and notices posted in the Zone.
(5) The operation of a conveyance other than an on-highway vehicle, off-highway vehicle and snow vehicle is permitted within the Zone.
(6) The operation of a motor vehicle on land within the Zone which is not a highway is permitted
(a) to transport an employee of the Government in the course of the employee’s employment,
(b) where the vehicle is being used to conduct, or to transport any person or equipment to be employed or used in, work within the Zone that has been approved by the director,
(c) to remove a sick, injured or deceased person from the Zone, or
(d) at places within the limits of a registered trapping area located within the Zone where the use of a vehicle is approved in writing by an officer.


60. An officer may, by order, direct a person in the Zone to refrain from doing anything that, in the opinion of the officer, is dangerous to life or property or detrimental to the management or use of any road, trail or route within the Zone.


61. The Castle Special Management Area Public Land Use Zone comprises all those portions of the following land as shown outlined on a plan on file in the Department as No. 5932 GEN:
All those portions of the following land as shown outlined on a plan on file in the Department of Environment and Sustainable Resource Development as No. 5932 GEN. (Alta. Reg. 170/2012, s. 5(c))


In Township 2, Range 30, West of the 4th Meridian
The north half of section 31


In Township 2, Range 1, West of the 5th Meridian
The northwest quarter of section 29
The north half of section 30
Section 31
The west half of section 32
The north half and southeast quarter of section 34
Sections 35 and 36


In Township 2, Range 2, West of the 5th Meridian
The north halves of sections 25, 26 and 33
Sections 34, 35 and 36


In Township 3, Range 30, West of the 4th Meridian
The north half and southwest quarter of section 4
Fractional sections 5, 8, 17, 20, 29 and 32
Sections 9 and 16


In Township 3, Range 1, West of the 5th Meridian
Sections 1 to 36 inclusive


In Township 3, Range 2, West of the 5th Meridian
Sections 1 to 4 inclusive
The north half of section 5
Sections 6 to 36 inclusive


In Township 3, Range 3, West of the 5th Meridian
Section 1
The northeast quarter of section 2
The northeast quarter of section 7
The north half of section 8
Section 9
The north half and southeast quarter of section 10
Sections 11 to 30 inclusive
The north half and southeast quarter of section 31
Sections 32 to 36 inclusive


In Township 3, Range 4, West of the 5th Meridian
The northeast quarter of section 36


In Township 4, Range 1, West of the 5th Meridian
Sections 1 to 12 inclusive
Sections 15 to 20 inclusive
Sections 29 to 32 inclusive


In Township 4, Range 2, West of the 5th Meridian
Sections 1 to 36 inclusive


In Township 4, Range 3, West of the 5th Meridian
Sections 1 to 36 inclusive


In Township 4, Range 4, West of the 5th Meridian
Sections 1 and 2
The northeast quarter of section 3
The east half of section 10
Sections 11 to 14 inclusive
The north half and southeast quarter of section 15
Sections 21 to 27 inclusive
The south half and northeast quarter of section 28
Sections 33 to 36 inclusive


In Township 5, Range 2, West of the 5th Meridian
Sections 1 to 8 inclusive


In Township 5, Range 3, West of the 5th Meridian
Sections 1 to 36 inclusive


In Township 5, Range 4, West of the 5th Meridian
Sections 1 to 5 inclusive
The east half of section 6
Sections 7 to 36 inclusive


In Township 5, Range 5, West of the 5th Meridian
The northeast quarter of section 11
The north half of section 12
Section 13 and 14
The east half of section 22
Sections 23 to 27 inclusive
Sections 34, 35 and 36


In Township 6, Range 3, West of the 5th Meridian
Sections 1 to 8 inclusive
The south half and northwest quarter of section 9
The west half of section 16
Sections 17 to 21 inclusive
Sections 28 and 29
The south half and northeast quarter of section 30
The southeast quarter of section 31
The south halves of sections 32 and 33


In Township 6, Range 4, West of the 5th Meridian
Sections 1 to 35 inclusive
The south half and northwest quarter of section 36


In Township 6, Range 5, West of the 5th Meridian
Sections 1, 2 and 3
Sections 10 to 15 inclusive
Sections 22 to 27 inclusive
The southeast quarter of section 34
Sections 35 and 36


In Township 7, Range 4, West of the 5th Meridian
The south half of section 2
Sections 4 to 8 inclusive
Sections 17 and 18
The southeast quarter of section 19
The south half of section 20


In Township 7, Range 5, West of the 5th Meridian
Section 1
The east half of sections 2 and 11
Section 12
The south half of section 13
The southeast quarter of section 14
The intervening theoretical road allowances within all the above land
Excepting thereout all mines and minerals and the right to work the same out of all the above land.


SAVING AND EXCEPTING
1) Miscellaneous Leases numbered MLL 2867, MLL 780078, MLL 810055, MLL 860092 and MLL 910051.
2) Mineral Surface Leases numbered MSL 205, MSL 230, MSL 308, MSL 322, MSL 1365, MSL 10358, MSL 10597, MSL 12127, MSL 12464, MSL 12493, MSL 12513, MSL 12677, MSL 770595, MSL 771408, MSL 781155, MSL 800863, MSL 800898, MSL 801559, MSL 851000, MSL 860750, MSL 860770, MSL 860771, MSL 870066, MSL 870067, MSL 870068, MSL 870551, MSL 870751, MSL 871127, MSL 880824, MSL 882214 and MSL 900857.
3) Pipeline Installation Leases numbered PIL 9, PIL 11, PIL 12, PIL 13, PIL 14, PIL 15, PIL 16, PIL 17, PIL 18, PIL 22, PIL 176, PIL 195, PIL 202, PIL 204, PIL 290, PIL 760044, PIL 810041, PIL 850060, PIL 850061, PIL 900012, PIL 900013, PIL 900086 and PIL 910015.
4) Recreational Leases numbered REC 2397, REC 780041 and REC 930002.
5) Surface Material Leases numbered SML 860059, SML 960034 and SML 960036.
6) Block 1 as shown on Settlement Plan No. 8511254 (4175 GEN)
(Pt. Theoretical N 1/2 24 & S 1/2 25 Tp. 4, R 4, W 5th Mer)
(Pt. Intervening Theoretical Road Allowance).
7) Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 as shown on Settlement Plan No. 971 1993 (5840 GEN)
(Pt. Theoretical E 1/2 24 and S 1/2 25 Tp. 4, R 4, W 5th Mer)
(Pt. Intervening Theoretical Road Allowance).
8) Beaver Mines Lake Recreation Area
Castle River Bridge Recreation Area
Castle Falls Recreation Area
Lynx Creek Recreation Area
Syncline Recreation Area.
9) Departmental Reservation No. DRS 800075 in favour of Alberta Transportation and Utilities.
10) Right of Entries as authorized under files numbered ROE 201, ROE 310, ROE 639, ROE 4410, ROE 5157, ROE 5440, ROE 6997, ROE 7331, ROE 7386, ROE 7629, ROE 7864, ROE 7865, ROE 7943, ROE 8229, ROE 8392, ROE 8778, ROE 8779, ROE 9097, ROE 9125, ROE 9148, ROE 9173, ROE 9194, ROE 9268, ROE 730009 and ROE 740028.