Transfer Agreement Alberta

11 Included in paragraphs 1 to 6 and the agreement between the Government of the Dominion of Canada and the Government of the Province of Ontario on March 24, 1924, the agreement in question was confirmed by The Law of Canada, Fourteen and fifteen Georges, the fifth chapter forty-eight, applies (except to the extent that they relate to the Bed of Navigable Waters Act) to lands contained in Indian reserves that can be reset in accordance with the last previous clause, as if the above agreement had been reached between the parties, and the provisions of those paragraphs also apply to the inland lands contained in the reserves selected so far. , except that neither these countries nor their chargers are in any way administered or paid by the province. 8 Canada agrees that the provision in Section 4 of the Dominion Water Power Act, which is Chapter Two hundred and ten of Canada`s revised 1927 statutes, that any business is declared for the general benefit of Canada under this Act, will be repealed from the effective date of this agreement, as long as it applies to businesses located within the province; This paragraph does not affect the legislative power of the Canadian Parliament to make a statement below after the tenth head of Section 92 of the British North America Act of 1867. Students wishing to transfer should contact the Alberta Transfer Guide, which lists all training and program transfer agreements between post-secondary institutions in Alberta, Northwest Territories and Nunavut. The guide and other transfer information is available online at transferalberta.ca or by mail: Alberta Council on Admissions and Transfer, Phone: 780-422-9021 or 1-800-310-0000 (free). E-mail: acat@gov.ab.ca. If you are considering changing to one of the following institutions, please expand the following section to learn more. Alternatively, you can find information about the Alberta Guide Transfer here.

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