Law and justice Alberta.ca
Crime, law enforcement and the province's justice system, legal representation and documents and your rights as an Albertan. Topics. Alberta’s justice system. Judges, lawyers and justices of the peace, complaints and fee reviews, and how Alberta’s justice system works.
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OHS laws Alberta.ca
(6 days ago) Overview. Alberta Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) is responsible for enforcing OHS laws through inspections, investigations and prosecutions. The legislation establishes minimum standards for safe and healthy practices in Alberta workplaces.
New and proposed legislation Alberta.ca
(2 days ago) Alberta is strengthening protections for law-abiding Albertans and their property to help combat rural crime. Restoring Alberta’s electricity system. Returning Alberta to an energy-only market will restore investor confidence and provide Albertans with reliable and affordable electricity.
Bills, acts and regulations Alberta.ca
(Just Now) Bills, acts and regulations | Alberta.ca. Notifications. COVID-19 Updates: State of public health emergency declared. New temporary measures to reduce transmission come into effect starting Sept. 16. Get vaccinated: Everyone 12+ can book first and second doses now. Alberta.ca…
Personal Information Protection Act
Property rights and ownership Alberta.ca
(3 days ago) Property rights and ownership | Alberta.ca. Notifications. COVID-19 Updates: State of public health emergency declared. New temporary measures to reduce transmission come into effect starting Sept. 16. Get vaccinated: Everyone 12+ can book first and second doses now. Alberta.ca…
Personal Information Protection Act
(2 days ago) Description. Protects personal information that is collected, used or disclosed by private-sector organizations in the province. Balances the rights of individuals and the needs of organizations to collect, use and disclose personal information for reasonable purposes.
An Employer's Guide to Employment Rules
(5 days ago) copyright law. The publisher would welcome any information regarding errors or omissions. Government of Alberta, Community and Social Services publications may contain or reference publications, trademark, patent or copyright held by third parties (“third-party material”), identified with a credit to the source.
Sexting: Teens and Technology
(5 days ago) Sexting and the Law. It is illegal to: Create sexual images/ videos of anyone younger than 18 years old (including a video a person creates themselves). This is considered child pornography. Possess child pornography, i.e., to save child pornography (on …
Powers of Attorney Act
(Just Now) Downloads: 4108. This act allows adult Albertans to prepare a Power of Attorney, which is a legal document where one person (donor) authorizes another person (attorney) to act on his/her behalf for financial and property matters. published_date | Publish on this future date.
Alberta Occupational Health and Safety Act
(Just Now) the law and are aware of any health and safety issues. o. Providing competent supervisors, training workers, and preventing violence and harassment. o. Ensuring public safety at or in the vicinity of work sites. o. Working with the joint work site health and safety committee
Sexual Abuse or Assault
(Just Now) Sexual abuse. Sexual abuse is when someone in a position of power or authority (such as a parent, teacher or coach) takes advantage of a person’s trust and respect to get them to take part in sexual activity. Sexual abuse may happen over and over or it may happen one time. It can involve any type of behavior or act that is a sexual assault.
Abuse of Persons with Disabilities Booklet
(1 days ago) common-law partner, another family member, or a professional with whom they have some contact as a patient or client. Sometimes abuse goes both ways In some cases, abuse is directed by one person against another, and in other cases, parties are abusive to one another. The issue of persons with disabilities sometimes being abusive
Electric Utilities Act
(2 days ago) This Act provides the underlying framework for the regulation of Alberta’s electric industry. The Act establishes the Independent System Operator (AESO) (responsible for the safe, reliable and economic planning and operation of the Alberta Interconnected Electric System and access to the interconnected power grid) and the Balancing Pool (responsible for managing certain …
SPOUSAL /PARTNER SUPPORT
(6 days ago) The Divorce Act (Canada) and the Family Law Act each state that when making support orders, the court must give priority to child support over spousal support. If there is not enough money to pay both child and spousal support, then it is the spousal support that is to be reduced. In those cases, though, it may be possible for the court
Right to refuse dangerous work
(4 days ago) The law is constantly changing with new legislation, amendments to existing legislation, and decisions from the courts. It is important that you keep yourself informed of the current law. This material may be used, reproduced, stored or transmitted for non-commercial purposes. The source of this material must be acknowledged when publishing or
Health Information Act
(Just Now) Description. This Act governs and regulates access to and the collection, use and disclosure of health information. It provides Albertans with the right to access their own health information and to request corrections. The Act also regulates the information accessible through Alberta's Electronic Health Record (Alberta Netcare).
Employment Pension Plans Act
(2 days ago) The Employment Pension Plans Act establishes minimum standards which apply to Alberta members who participate in a pension plan registered under this Act. The Act governs the establishment and ongoing administration of a registered pension plan; eligibility, enrolment, and minimum benefit entitlements for members; funding and investment of plan
Bike and Small Wheeled Recreation Safety Overview
(6 days ago) It is the law in Alberta that anyone younger than 18 years must wear a helmet. Make sure everyone in the family wears a helmet that meets approved helmet safety standards. Follow these important helmet tips: Always wear a helmet that is right for the activity. Make sure it meets current, approved helmet safety standards (for example, look for a
Workplace first aiders and legal requirements
(2 days ago) The law is constantly changing with new legislation, amendments to existing legislation, and decisions from the courts. It is important that you keep yourself informed of the current law. This material may be used, reproduced, stored or transmitted for non-commercial purposes. The source of this material must be acknowledged when publishing or
Lawyers' fees review and assessment Alberta.ca
(7 days ago) Overview. Use this service to have a Notice of Appointment for Review document prepared, filed and served to your lawyer. This service costs $100. When you use it, your lawyer’s fee or charge may be reduced, dismissed or allowed. You only have 6 months to review your lawyer’s: retainer agreement from the date it ends. fee after it was sent
Court of Queen’s Bench
(1 days ago) Print Name and Expiry / Lawyer / Student-at-Law ID Verified _____ Affidavit Revised December, 2016 TABLE OF EXHIBITS (List your exhibits and the descriptions again. Number the pages of your exhibits, starting with “1” and numbering all the way through all of the exhibits, like a book. List the page number that each exhibit starts on.
Bylaw Enforcement Officer: Occupations in Alberta
(1 days ago) Bylaw Enforcement Officer. Bylaw enforcement officers work for municipalities (such as counties, towns, and cities) to enforce local bylaws. Some may also be appointed as special constables (community peace officers). They enforce certain provincial statutes in …
Chartered Professional Accountants Act
(2 days ago) Description. The Chartered Professional Accountants Act establishes the Chartered Professional Accountants of Alberta (CPAA) as the self-governing, professional regulatory organization that is responsible for the registration, licensure, regulation and discipline of Alberta Chartered Professional Accountants. The Act specifies the profession's
Paralegal: Occupations in Alberta
(5 days ago) Paralegals work under the supervision of lawyers in law firms, in court systems and in the legal departments of large organizations. Graduates of legal assistant and paralegal studies education programs usually are hired as legal assistants. Full paralegal status and responsibility usually requires several years of additional work experience.
What does an LRCY lawyer do
(2 days ago) An LRCY lawyer is appointed to represent your views, interests and viewpoints in a child intervention legal matter. It is their job to tell the Judge important things about what you would like to see happen, like where you would like to live. LRCY is the legal representation side of OCYA.
Unclaimed Personal Property and Vested Property Act
(2 days ago) The Unclaimed Personal Property and Vested Property Act establishes a central registry for owners to search for unclaimed property, facilitates the processing of claims to reunite owners with their property, and establishes procedures for administering property that vests in the Crown in Right of Alberta. Updated. January 1, 2020.
Traffic Safety for Motorists, Pedestrians, and Cyclists
(Just Now) Alberta’s distracted driving law tells drivers not to do things such as text, read, or use hand-held cell phones while driving. The penalty for distracted driving is a $300 fine and 3 demerit points. For more information about the distracted driving law, read Alberta's Distracted Driving Laws . Cycling safety tips
Administrative Law I for Assessment Review Board Clerks
(1 days ago) Citation – The correct form of reference for legislation and case law, e.g. Municipal Government Act, RSA 2000, c M-26 Clerk – The clerk appointed to an Assessment Review Board Complainant – Any assessed person, taxpayer, or person acting on behalf of an assessed person or taxpayer who files a complaint (also called the appellant)
Maintenance Enforcement Act
(Just Now) Maintenance Enforcement Act. Summary. Detailed Information. Related (2) Description. This act establishes the Maintenance Enforcement Program, provides authority to collect and enforce support, collect and release information, establish rules for disbursement of funds and for charging of fees. Updated. December 9, 2020.
File an application or claim in court Alberta.ca
(9 days ago) Family Law Act. If your claim is under the Family Law Act, you must prepare two court forms: Claim – Family Law Act (PDF, 100 KB) lets the Court know “what” you want; explains in one or two pages what kind of Order you are asking for; Affidavit of Service (PDF, 57 KB) provides evidence that the other party received the application documents
Insurance Act (8.5 x 11 cerlox format)
(Just Now) Insurance Act (8.5 x 11 cerlox format) The Insurance Act is the legislative framework for insurance operations in Alberta. The Act governs the licensing, governance and reporting requirements of insurance companies in the province, the incorporation and prudential supervision of provincial insurers, the duties of insurance agents and adjusters
Court of Queen’s Bench
(9 days ago) Print Name and Expiry / Lawyer / Student-at-Law ID Verified _____ Affidavit Revised December, 2016 TABLE OF EXHIBITS (List your exhibits and the descriptions again. Number the pages of your exhibits, starting with “1” and numbering all the way through all of the exhibits, like a book. List the page number that each exhibit starts on.
Employment Standards Code
(Just Now) Description. The Employment Standards Code establishes Alberta’s minimum standards of employment in many areas including payment of wages, hours of work, overtime, vacation and holidays, leaves and termination of employment. It establishes the processes by which an employee can seek recourse if the standards have not been met.
Information for Self Represented Litigants In Provincial
(1 days ago) If you need to go to court to resolve your family law issues, the first step in making a court application is to prepare a laim – Family Law Act ( laim). As you are the person making the court application, you are called “the Applicant”. The person responding to …
Medical Abortion Care
(8 days ago) A medical abortion is the use of medicines to end a pregnancy. Medical care for a medical abortion is different from medical care for a surgical abortion. This is because a medical abortion is like a miscarriage (in this case, caused by medicines) that takes place at home over 1 to 2 days and does not require your doctor to be present.