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Students from other universities or colleges can benefit from a transfer credit to bachelor`s courses. The amount of credits granted is determined by the rules of the faculty. 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. 22 It was agreed that Honourable W.F.A. Turgeon, Judge of the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal, Charles M. Bowman of the City of Waterloo, Ontario, Esquire, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Mutual Life Assurance Company of Canada, and Fred E. Osborne, Esquire, Mayor of the City of Calgary, or, in the event that any of the other persons or persons eligible for an agreement is appointed commissioner under Part 1 of the Investigative Act, to request and report whether and, if so, what consideration should be paid to the province in plus the amounts provided in paragraph 2, so that the province can be placed on an equal footing with other federal provinces in the management and control of its natural resources from its entry into the federal government in 1905. , commissioners who will be empowered to decide what financial or other considerations are relevant to the inquiry and report to be presented to the Parliament of Canada and the Alberta Legislature; and if the above report recommends the payment of additional counterparties, those governments, after consultation with the governments of Canada and the province, will put in place, after the presentation of such a report, the necessary legislation to effect such an agreement. 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Canada`s revised 1927 statutes, that any business is declared for the general benefit of Canada under this Act, will be repealed from the effective date of this agreement, as long as it applies to businesses located within the province; This paragraph does not affect the legislative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.

9 Unless otherwise stated, all fishing rights after this agreement comes into force are managed by the province and the province has the right to sell, cede all of these fishing rights by sale, licence or otherwise, provided that the Parliament of Canada exercises its legislative powers over inshore and inland fisheries.