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The specific and applicable approval standards and operating conditions associated with a disposition application are identified on a valid LAT report. Users are able to navigate through the LAT for their planning needs. The LAT allows users to identify areas of concern and make planning and location adjustments.
A LAT report can be generated at any time and as often as desired to support decision making relative to proposed projects.
Once an applicant submits a request to generate a LAT report they may close the web browser without losing the report. When the system has generated the LAT report, the applicant will receive two emails; the first being an acknowledgement that a LAT Report Request was received. The second email contains two attachments which corresponds to the LAT report s and a copy of the Proposed Activity shapefile uploaded to the LAT viewer.
An applicant will have no more than days from the date the LAT report was generated to upload it in support of a Public Land Disposition Application or Amendment in the Electronic Disposition System. This document defines land management requirements that must be met by a disposition management application. Each LAT Report consists of the following items. Applicants are legally responsible for ensuring they meet all other regulatory requirements, including contacting the holders of all reservations and notations to ensure the proposed activity is permitted.
Due to issues with referencing legal breaks and boundaries of water bodies and water courses, the LAT does not specifically define these boundaries and applicants may need to confirm these boundaries with the Water Boundaries Unit of the Department.
The beds and shores of water bodies located on private land are also considered to be Crown-owned if they are permanent bodies of water. Typically these bodies of water are lakes and permanent wetlands. For more information see:. If wetland may be impacted by the proposed project, additional documentation may need to be prepared. For further information refer to:. Skip to content Skip to search Skip to footer site map.
Alberta Environment and Parks. Please see the following announcement for further information: Historic Resource Values Now in the Landscape Analysis Tool - May 17, 1 page, Effective May 10, the LAT will now use spatial data provided by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism to determine the HRV value s assigned to each parcel of public land containing or having a high potential to contain historic resources as identified in: Cover Letters are optional and not mandatory for disposition applications.
Master Schedule of Standards and Conditons This document defines land management requirements that must be met by a disposition management application. The LAT number is associated with the project as it moves through the disposition management application process, and is used when obtaining consent from other land users.
The Calgary Zone, for example, includes some sites and services formerly administered by the Calgary Health Region while other services have been reorganized on a provincial scale. Stephen Duckett  was the inaugural president and chief executive officer of Alberta Health Services, taking up the role on March 23, He was replaced on November 23, by Dr.
Chris Eagle who resigned on October 17, The organization was initially overseen by a board of directors, followed by an official administrator, and most recently, again by a board of directors. On September 12, , Dr. Cowell replaced Davidson as the official administrator. Carl Amrhein and David Carpenter as official administrators.
Alberta Health Services employs over , staff and more than 7, physicians,  including clinical, administrative and support personnel across the province. Staff belong to a variety of professional organizations and associations, including United Nurses of Alberta ,  several locals of the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees ,  and the Health Sciences Association of Alberta. AHS maintains and runs a number of different types of facilities and services.
The south zone includes major centres such as Lethbridge and Medicine Hat serving approximately , Albertans. A large network of hospitals is maintained in the outlying communities of Alberta. South Zone includes . The Calgary Zone administrative offices are located in the Southland Park business complex. Serving approximately 1,, Albertan's. A large network of hospitals are maintained in the outlying communities of Alberta.
Calgary Zone includes . The central zone includes major centres such as Red Deer. Serving approximately , Albertans. Central Zone includes . The Edmonton Zone comprises territory formerly administered by the Capital Health Region]] and includes eight acute care sites hospitals in the metropolitan area, which include.
North Zone includes . In addition to providing acute care, Alberta Health Services took over responsibility for all emergency medical services EMS from municipalities on April 1, , making ground ambulances a responsibility of the provincial government.
Provincial air ambulance transitioned to AHS in April EMS is provided through a hybrid of direct delivery and contracted services. In this hybrid consisted of ground ambulance locations. Practitioners include approximately 3, paramedics, emergency medical technicians and emergency medical responders. In addition to land-based ambulances, AHS contracts 12 fixed-wing aircraft to provide hour air ambulance services throughout the province. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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