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            5 Archival description results for Regulations

            PR4093 · Fonds · 1973-2014

            The fonds is comprised mostly of operational and published records of the Alberta College of Social Workers (ACSW). The fonds also includes some records collected from related organizations such as the Canadian Association of Social Workers. The records in this fonds were created prior to the ACSW divesting itself of professional association functions, and so the records depict and represent a mix of professional association and regulatory college functions.

            Textual records are comprised of conference and workshop programs and correspondence, annual reports, news releases, minutes, operational records and correspondence about ads, reports produced by ACSW members, and some proclamations and award certificates. The textual records also include copies of “The Advocate,” a publication used to inform ACSW membership of College activities and of issues of relevance to social workers in Alberta.

            The fonds also contains many photographic records and negatives. These depict conference speakers and attendees, groups of social workers, award and certificate ceremonies, and workshops, among several other subjects. Some of these were sorted with individual labels and others received labels with dates and events depicted. However, most of the photographs were labeled only with approximate dates.

            The audiovisual records include two recordings of panel meetings in 2002 about the Health Information Act and the impacts it would have on social workers in Alberta, an ACSW infomercial on income support, and excerpts from “Dance Like a Butterfly” (a play by Aviva Ravel). Audio records on audiocassettes include an ACSW radio message on government service cuts, radio ads and infomercials for ACSW, and the radio ads from BC Social Workers that Alberta ads were based on. The fonds also contains many born-digital records created by the ACSW that were originally stored on floppy discs, CDs, and other drives.

            Alberta College of Social Workers.
            Fonds · 1920-2014

            The Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) is an independent, industry funded, quasi-judicial agency of the Government of Alberta that regulates the discovery, development, and delivery of Alberta’s resources in the public interest. Under The Responsible Energy Development Act (REDA), the AER is the single regulator for upstream oil, gas, oil sands and coal projects in Alberta. The AER functions to provide safe, efficient, orderly, and environmentally responsible development of energy resources. The AER is mandated under one or more of the eight provincial energy statutes to make decisions on applications for energy development, monitoring for compliance assurance, decommissioning of developments, and all other aspects of energy resource activities. This authority extends to allocating and conserving water resources, managing public lands, and protecting the environment as related to energy resource activities. In 2021-22, the Mineral Resource Development Act was passed giving the Alberta Energy Regulator further responsibilities for the full lifecycle of Alberta’s mineral resources. Also in 2021-22, the Alberta Energy Regulator was established as the lifecycle geothermal regulator to administer and issue geothermal tenure rights.

            The fonds includes the records of the AER and its predecessors: Petroleum and Natural Gas Conservation Board (1938-1957); Oil and Gas Conservation Board (1957-1971); Energy Resources Conservation Board (1971-1995); Energy and Utilities Board (1995-2008) [energy related records]; and Energy Resources Conservation Board (2008-2013).

            See series level descriptions for details about the series and records.

            Alberta Energy Regulator
            Fonds · 1963-1974

            The fonds consists of the records of the Alberta Racing Commission. The records include specimens of harness applications (1963-1974), stable applications (1970) and thoroughbred applications (1971-1974)

            Alberta Racing Commission
            Series · 1971-1995

            The series consists of committee records related to the regulation of financial institutions. The records include minutes and proceedings related to the North West Trust Company, credit unions, and weekly debt meetings.

            Alberta. Treasury. Superintendent of Financial Institutions
            Series · 1913-1948

            The series consists of records related to licensing and regulation of pool halls and billiard rooms. The records include statistical statements (1913-1916), fee ledger (1913-1914), and receipt books (1917-1948; incomplete).

            Alberta. Attorney General. License Branch