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THE ALBERTA GAZETTE, PART I, FEBRUARY 14, 1998




     The Alberta Gazette

     PART 1

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Vol. 94   EDMONTON, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1998   No. 3
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          RESIGNATIONS AND RETIREMENTS

     JUSTICE OF THE PEACE ACT

     Resignation of Justice of the Peace

     January 1, 1998
     McLennan, Floyd D., of Grande Cache


     January 9, 1998
     Leahul, Patricia Colleen, of Calgary
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     ORDERS IN COUNCIL

     MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT ACT

     O.C. 15/98

Approved and ordered:
H.A. "Bud" Olson
Lieutenant Governor.                                                   
Edmonton, January 21, 1998

The Lieutenant Governor in Council changes the name of The County of
Mountain View No. 17 to Mountain View County.

Stockwell Day, Acting Chair.
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     SCHOOL ACT

     O.C. 32/98

Approved and ordered:
H.A. "Bud" Olson
Lieutenant Governor.                                                   
Edmonton, January 28, 1998

The Lieutenant Governor in Council rescinds Order in Council numbered O.C.
584/94.

Ralph Klein, Chair.


     GOVERNMENT NOTICES

     COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO DESIGNATE PROVINCIAL HISTORIC RESOURCE

File No. Des. 1923 

Notice is hereby given that sixty days from the date of service of this
Notice, the Minister of Community Development intends to make an Order that
the building known as The Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Roman Catholic
Church together with the land legally described as plan 7620316, block 18,
lot 18, excepting thereout all mines and minerals, and located at Fort
Chipewyan, Alberta

be designated a Provincial Historic Resource under section 16 of the
Historical Resources Act, R.S.A. 1980 c.H-8 as amended.

The reasons for the proposed designation are a follows:

The historical significance of the site lies in its service as a spiritual
center for the people of the Roman Catholic faith of north-eastern Alberta
from its inception in 1849, through the completion of the present structure
in 1909, to the present day.  The site was also the location of the
headquarters of the Roman Catholic Vicariate of Athabasca-MacKenzie from
1891 to 1902. The structure is also significant for its association with a
number of historically significant members of the Congregation of Oblates
of Mary Immaculate, in particular Bishops Henri Faraud, Emile Grourard and
Patrice Mercredi, and Father Louis le Doussal.

It is therefore considered that preservation and protection of the resource
is in the public interest.

Dated January 22, 1998.                           Dr. W.J. Byrne, Assistant
Deputy Minister.
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     NOTICE OF INTENTION TO DESIGNATE REGISTERED HISTORIC RESOURCE

     (Historical Resources Act)
File No. Des. 1781

Notice is hereby given that sixty days from the date of service of this
Notice, the Minister of Community Development intends to make an Order that
the building known as the 1911 Our Lady of the Rosary Hospital, together
with the land legally described as plan 7015Z, block 1, lots 12 to 14
inclusive, excepting thereout all Coal, and municipally located at 5406-47
Street, Castor, Alberta

be designated a Registered Historic Resource under section 15 of the
Historical Resources Act, R.S.A. 1980 c.H-8 as amended.

Dated January 26, 1998.                           Dr. W.J. Byrne, Assistant
Deputy Minister.  
     EDUCATION

     MINISTERIAL ORDER  (# 001/98 )

I, Gary G. Mar, Q.C., Minister of Education, pursuant to Sections 208.2,
208.3, 208.4, 208.5 and 217 of the School Act, make the Order in the
attached Appendix, being The Elk Island Catholic Separate Regional Division
No. 41 Establishment Order.

Dated at Edmonton, Alberta, January 28, 1998.                       Gary G.
Mar, Minister.

APPENDIX

MINISTERIAL ORDER  (# 001/98 )

SCHOOL ACT

THE ELK ISLAND CATHOLIC SEPARATE REGIONAL DIVISION NO. 41
ESTABLISHMENT ORDER

1    Pursuant to Sections 208.2, 208.3 and 217 of the School Act, The Elk
Island Catholic Separate Regional Division No. 41 (the "Regional Division")
is established and the Board of Trustees is established under the name of
"The Board of Trustees of Elk Island Catholic Separate Regional Division
No. 41" (the "Board") and the members of the Board are a corporation.
     
2    The Regional Division consists of:
          a)   The Fort Saskatchewan Roman Catholic Separate School
District No. 104 and
          b)   The Sherwood Park Catholic Separate School District No.
105;
          and in accordance with Section 208.4(1) of the School Act The
Fort Saskatchewan Roman Catholic Separate School District No. 104 shall be
one ward and The Sherwood Park Catholic Separate School District No. 105
shall be one ward of the Regional Division.
          
3    Pursuant to Section 208.2 of the School Act, the following
individuals are appointed as trustees of the Board and hold office until
the first organizational meeting of the Board held after the first general
election after the Regional Division is established:
          a)   Ralph Fowler
          b)   Gerald Mykytiuk
          c)   Kenneth Lesniak
          d)   Jean Boisvert
          e)   Ted Paszek
          f)   Mervyn Lynch
          g)   James Krekotin

4    The first meeting of the Board shall be held within four (4) weeks
following the effective date of the appointment of the trustees.
     
5    The number of trustees to be elected to the Board is nine (9).
     
6    Pursuant to Section 208.5 of the School Act, The Board of Trustees of
Fort Saskatchewan Roman Catholic Separate School District No. 104 and The
Board of Trustees of Sherwood Park Catholic Separate School District No.
105 are dissolved and all assets and liabilities of these boards are
transferred to the Board.
     
7    This Order comes into force on February 1, 1998.


     ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

     Alberta Fishery Regulations

     Notice of Variation Order 46-97

     Commercial Fishing Seasons

The close times and quotas set out in Schedule V to the Alberta Fishery
Regulations in respect of the waters listed in the Schedule to this Notice
have been varied by Variation Order 46-97 of the Chief Fishery Officer in
accordance with section 4 of the Alberta Fishery Regulations.

Where fishing with gill nets is permitted during an open season established
by the Order, the gill net mesh size has been specified in the Order.

Pursuant to Variation Order 46-97 commercial fishing is permitted in
accordance with the following schedule.
     SCHEDULE
     PART 1
Item - 1.
Column I Waters - In respect of: (48) Jensen (Pothole) Reservoir (4-22-W4)
Column II Gear - gill net 140 mm mesh
Column III Open Time -  8:00 hours November 12, 1997 to 16:00 hours
November 14, 1997; 08:00 hours January 19, 1998 to 16:00 hours January 21,
1998
Column IV Quota - 1) lake whitefish: 4,500 kg; 2) walleye: 45 kg; 3) yellow
perch: 1 kg; 4) northern pike: 225 kg; 5) tullibee: 1 kg; 6) lake trout: 1
kg
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     Notice of Variation Order 47-97

     Commercial Fishing Seasons

The close times and quotas set out in Schedule V to the Alberta Fishery
Regulations in respect of the waters listed in the Schedule to this Notice
have been varied by Variation Order 47-97 of the Chief Fishery Officer in
accordance with section 4 of the Alberta Fishery Regulations.

Where fishing with gill nets is permitted during an open season established
by the Order, the gill net mesh size has been specified in the Order.

Pursuant to Variation Order 47-97 commercial fishing is permitted in
accordance with the following schedule.
     SCHEDULE
     PART 1
Item - 1.
Column I Waters - In respect of: (117.1) Travers Reservoir (14-21-W4) -
excluding that portion west of a line drawn from the point of land in
5-1-15-22-W4 to the point of land in 6-1-15-22-W4
Column II Gear - gill net not less than 114 mm mesh
Column III Open Time -  8:00 hours January 12, 1998 to 16:00 hours January
16, 1998
Column IV Quota - 1) lake whitefish: 18,850 kg; 2) walleye: 200 kg; 3)
yellow perch: 1 kg; 4) northern pike: 1,350 kg; 5) tullibee: 1 kg; 6) lake
trout: 1 kg


Notice of Variation Order 48-97

     Commercial Fishing Seasons

The close times and quotas set out in Schedule V to the Alberta Fishery
Regulations in respect of the waters listed in the Schedule to this Notice
have been varied by Variation Order 48-97 of the Chief Fishery Officer in
accordance with section 4 of the Alberta Fishery Regulations.

Where fishing with gill nets is permitted during an open season established
by the Order, the gill net mesh size has been specified in the Order.

Pursuant to Variation Order 48-97 commercial fishing is permitted in
accordance with the following schedule.
     SCHEDULE
     PART 1
Item - 1.
Column I Waters - In respect of: (60) Unnamed Lake locally known as Long
Lake (90-2-W5)
Column II Gear - gill net not less than 140 mm mesh
Column III Open Time -  8:00 hours January 22, 1998 to 16:00 hours January
29, 1998
Column IV Quota - 1) lake whitefish: 2,000 kg; 2) walleye: 100 kg; 3)
yellow perch: 1 kg; 4) northern pike: 1,000 kg; 5) tullibee: 1 kg; 6) lake
trout: 1 kg
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     Notice of Variation Order 49-97

     Commercial Fishing Seasons

The close times and quotas set out in Schedule V to the Alberta Fishery
Regulations in respect of the waters listed in the Schedule to this Notice
have been varied by Variation Order 49-97 of the Chief Fishery Officer in
accordance with section 4 of the Alberta Fishery Regulations.

Where fishing with gill nets is permitted during an open season established
by the Order, the gill net mesh size has been specified in the Order.

Pursuant to Variation Order 49-97 commercial fishing is permitted in
accordance with the following schedule.
     SCHEDULE
     PART 1
Item - 1.
Column I Waters - In respect of: (4) Base Lake (77-12-W4)
Column II Gear - gill net not less than 140 mm mesh
Column III Open Time -  8:00 hours February 15, 1998 to 16:00 hours
February 19, 1998
Column IV Quota - 1) lake whitefish: 1,800 kg; 2) walleye: 1 kg; 3) yellow
perch: 1 kg; 4) northern pike: 900 kg; 5) tullibee: 1 kg; 6) lake trout: 1
kg

Column I Waters - (6) Bistcho Lake (124-6-W6)
Column II Gear - gill net not less than 114 mm mesh
Column III Open Time - A. In respect of Bistcho Lake excluding the
following portions: the entire portion north and west of a line drawn
between the point of land on Kirkness Island in SE 27-124-5-W6 and the
point of land in SW 35-124-5-W6 and the entire portion north and east of a
line drawn between the point of land on Kirkness Island in SW 28-124-5-W6
and the point of land in SE 31-124-5-W6: 08:00 hours March 10, 1998 to
16:00 hours April 10, 1998. B. In respect of all other waters: closed
Column IV Quota - 1) lake whitefish: 27,600 kg; 2) walleye: 8,600 kg; 3)
yellow perch: 1 kg; 4) northern pike: 28,000 kg; 5) tullibee: 1 kg; 6) lake
trout: 1 kg

Column I Waters - (17) Corn Lake (88-25-W4)
Column II Gear - gill net not less than 102 mm mesh
Column III Open Time - 08:00 hours January 26, 1998 to 16:00 hours February
2, 1998.
Column IV Quota - 1) lake whitefish: 2,500 kg; 2) walleye: 1 kg; 3) yellow
perch: 1 kg; 4) northern pike: 1,500 kg; 5) tullibee: 1 kg; 6) lake trout:
1 kg

Column I Waters - (105) Spencer Lake (67-9-W4)
Column II Gear - gill net not less than 140 mm mesh
Column III Open Time - 16:00 hours December 5, 1997 to 16:00 hours December
7, 1997: 16:00 hours December 12, 1997 to 16:00 hours December 14, 1997:
16:00 hours February 27, 1998 to 16:00 hours March 1, 1998: 16:00 hours
March 6, 1998 to 16:00 hours March 8, 1998
Column IV Quota - 1) lake whitefish: 27,200 kg; 2) walleye: 350 kg; 3)
yellow perch: 450 kg; 4) northern pike: 2,000 kg; 5) tullibee: 1 kg; 6)
lake trout: 1 kg
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     Notice of Variation Order 50-97

     Commercial Fishing Seasons

The close times and quotas set out in Schedule V to the Alberta Fishery
Regulations in respect of the waters listed in the Schedule to this Notice
have been varied by Variation Order 50-97 of the Chief Fishery Officer in
accordance with section 4 of the Alberta Fishery Regulations.

Where fishing with gill nets is permitted during an open season established
by the Order, the gill net mesh size has been specified in the Order.

Pursuant to Variation Order 50-97 commercial fishing is permitted in
accordance with the following schedule.
     SCHEDULE
     PART 1
Item - 1.
Column I Waters - In respect of: (84.1) Pigeon Lake (47-1-W5) - excluding
the following portions: - that portion west of a line drawn from a point of
land in NE 6-47-1-W5 to Mission Beach; -that portion less than 1.5 km from
the shoreline
Column II Gear - gill net not less than 102 mm mesh
Column III Open Time - 08:00 hours December 17, 1997 to 16:00 hours
December 18, 1997; 08:00 hours January 19, 1998 to 16:00 hours January 23,
1998; 08:00 hours February 9, 1998 to 16:00 hours February 13, 1998.
Column IV Quota - 1) lake whitefish: 100,000 kg; 2) walleye: 450 kg; 3)
yellow perch: 1 kg; 4) northern pike: 2,500 kg; 5) tullibee: 1 kg; 6) lake
trout: 1 kg
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     Notice of Variation Order 51-97

     Commercial Fishing Seasons

The close times and quotas set out in Schedule V to the Alberta Fishery
Regulations in respect of the waters listed in the Schedule to this Notice
have been varied by Variation Order 51-97 of the Chief Fishery Officer in
accordance with section 4 of the Alberta Fishery Regulations.

Where fishing with gill nets is permitted during an open season established
by the Order, the gill net mesh size has been specified in the Order.

Pursuant to Variation Order 51-97 commercial fishing is permitted in
accordance with the following schedule.
     SCHEDULE
     PART 1
Item - 1.
Column I Waters - In respect of: (34) Goodfish Lake (61-13-W4)
Column II Gear - gill net not less than 102 mm mesh
Column III Open Time - 08:00 hours March 25, 1998 to 16:00 hours March 27,
1998
Column IV Quota - 1) lake whitefish: 500 kg; 2) walleye: 200 kg; 3) yellow
perch: 1 kg; 4) northern pike: 1,500 kg; 5) tullibee: 5,000 kg; 6) lake
trout: 1 kg

Column I Waters - (130) Winagami Lake (76-18-W5)
Column II Gear - gill net 152 mm mesh
Column III Open Time - 08:00 hours January 26, 1998 to 16:00 hours January
27, 1998
Column IV Quota - 1) lake whitefish: 20,000 kg; 2) walleye: 100 kg; 3)
yellow perch: 100 kg; 4) northern pike: 3,000 kg; 5) tullibee: 1 kg; 6)
lake trout: 1 kg
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Notice of Variation Order 52-97

     Commercial Fishing Seasons

The close times and quotas set out in Schedule V to the Alberta Fishery
Regulations in respect of the waters listed in the Schedule to this Notice
have been varied by Variation Order 52-97 of the Chief Fishery Officer in
accordance with section 4 of the Alberta Fishery Regulations.

Where fishing with gill nets is permitted during an open season established
by the Order, the gill net mesh size has been specified in the Order.

Pursuant to Variation Order 52-97 commercial fishing is permitted in
accordance with the following schedule.
     SCHEDULE
     PART 1
Item - 1
Column I Waters - In respect of: (122) Utikuma Lake (79-10-W5)
Column II Gear - gill net not less than 140 mm mesh
Column III Open Time  - 08:00 hours January 12, 1998 to 16:00 hours January
13, 1998; 08:00 hours February 9, 1998 to 16:00 hours February 10, 1998
Column IV Quota - 1) lake whitefish: 75,000 kg; 2) walleye: 500 kg; 3)
yellow perch: 500 kg; 4) northern pike: 5,000 kg; 5) tullibee: 3,000 kg; 6)
lake trout: 1 kg
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     Notice of Variation Order 53-97

     Commercial Fishing Seasons

The close times and quotas set out in Schedule V to the Alberta Fishery
Regulations in respect of the waters listed in the Schedule to this Notice
have been varied by Variation Order 53-97 of the Chief Fishery Officer in
accordance with section 4 of the Alberta Fishery Regulations.

Where fishing with gill nets is permitted during an open season established
by the Order, the gill net mesh size has been specified in the Order.

Pursuant to Variation Order 53-97 commercial fishing is permitted in
accordance with the following schedule.
     SCHEDULE
     PART 1
Item - 1.
Column I Waters - In respect of: (103.1) Snipe Lake (71-19-W5) - excluding
the following portions: - that portion south of Township 71; - that portion
in 71-18, 19-W5 which is within 200 m of the shoreline; - that portion
north of a line drawn between the point where the shoreline is intersected
by the western boundary of 24-71-19-W5 and the point where the shoreline is
intersected by the southern boundary of 19-71-18-W5.
Column II Gear - gill net not less than 152 mm mesh
Column III Open Time - 08:00 hours February 17, 1998 to 16:00 hours
February 18, 1998
Column IV Quota - 1) lake whitefish: 20,000 kg; 2) walleye: 800 kg; 3)
yellow perch:
          900 kg; 4) northern pike: 2,000 kg; 5) tullibee: 1 kg; 6) lake
trout: 1 kg
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     JUSTICE

     CANCELLATION OF QUALIFIED TECHNICIAN APPOINTMENT

     Royal Canadian Mounted Police "K" Division
     Diack, James Ernest
     Henderson, Richard James

     (Date of cancellation January 26, 1998)
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     CANCELLATION OF QUALIFIED TECHNICIAN APPOINTMENT
     (INTOXILYZER 5000C)

     Lethbridge City Police
     Ballman, Clayton Michael
     James, Darcie Anne

     (Date of cancellation January 12, 1998)
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     MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS

The Registrar's Periodical, corporate registration, incorporation and other
notices of the Corporate Registry are listed at the end of this issue.
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     HOSTING EXPENSES EXCEEDING $600.00
     (For the period October 1 - December 23, 1997)

Function: Business Plan Presentation
Function Date: November 7 and 10, 1997
Amount: $3,379.16
Location: Edmonton and Calgary
Purpose: To present and explain the Ministry Business Plan to employees of
the Ministry of Municipal Affairs.
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     ALBERTA OPPORTUNITY COMPANY

     LOAN AUTHORIZATIONS OF THE MONTH OF DECEMBER 1997

     (Alberta Opportunity Fund Act)

692987 Alberta Ltd. Edmonton. Beverage container depot.
Majority Owners Jerry Kucharzow, Marek Lupicki.
Loan Authorized: 250,000.
Purpose: Construct building.

738926 Alberta Ltd. Lamont. Motel.
Majority Owners: Satish (Steve) Kumar.
Loan Authorized: 218,000.
Purpose: Purchase existing business.

749710 Alberta Ltd. Lethbridge. Party supplies & rentals.
Majority Owners: Joe Glover.
Loan Authorized: 35,000.
Purpose: Purchase existing business.

ALL PRO Vegetation Management Ltd. Calgary. Weed spraying / snow removal.
Majority Owners: Troy Raymond Colling.
Loan Authorized: 30,000.
Purpose: Equipment & Working capital.

Biafore & Uphill. Calgary. Children's furniture & accessories.
Majority Owners: Judith Sharon Biafore, Shonalie Judith Uphill.
Loan Authorized: 35,000.
Purpose: Establish new business.

Brooks Lube & Alignment Ltd. Brooks. Automotive repair / service, retail
tires.
Majority Owners: Douglas Clarence Larson, Johan Bosman.
Loan Authorized: 885,000.
Purpose: Restructure debt, Construct building, Equipment & Working capital.

Camrose Office Machines and Furniture Ltd. Camrose. Sales & service.
Majority Owner: Rodney Reum, Gordon Wookey, Mervin Smith.
Loan Authorized: 170,000.
Purpose: Restructure debt, Renovations.

Elite Technical Inc. Lethbridge. Communication cable assembly.
Majority Owners: Peter Fenton, Stephen Whittall.
Loan Authorized: 165,000.
Purpose: Equipment, Leasehold improvements.

Five Pillars Holdings Ltd. Strathmore. Hotel
Majority Owners: Mohinder Gill, Tej Sandhu, Onkar Brar, Sukhdev Gill,
Chhinder Sandhu.
Loan Authorized: 800,000.
Purpose: Purchase existing business.

M.H.W. Manufacturing Ltd. Camrose. Cedar furniture manufacturer.
Majority Owners: Manfred Watterodt, Anton Grimmeisen, Sven-Olaf Watterodt
Consulting Inc. (Sven Watterodt).
Loan Authorized: 750,000. (Guarantee)
Purpose: Support operating line of credit.

Marsh & Jesso. Calgary. Automotive mechanical repair.
Majority Owners: Scott Raymond Marsh, Garland Peter Jesso.
Loan Authorized: 16,000.
Purpose: Equipment & Inventory.

Mountain Fresh Drycleaning (tbi). Grande Cache. Drycleaning & laundromat.
Majority Owners: Rodney John Head, Shawn Ashley Head.
Loan Authorized: 124,000.
Purpose: Purchase existing business.

PB Guest Ranch Ltd. Hinton. Guest ranch.
Majority Owners: Mary Bond, Hillary Shannon, Perry Hayward, Amber Hayward,
Harold Shannon, Margaret Shannon.
Loan Authorized: 152,000.

Purpose: Restructure debt, Renovations.

Peace Equipment Parts Ltd. Grimshaw. Heany duty equipment parts.
Majority Owners: Gregory S. Dayton.
Loan Authorized: 375,000.
Purpose: Change of ownership.

Redekopp, F. Clive. Landscaping, Garbage recycling.
Majority Owners: Frederick Isaac Redekopp.
Loan Authorized: 24,000.
Purpose: Equipment.

Respond Ability Systems Inc. Calgary. Sale & service of handicapped lifts.
Majority Owners: Vernon Hamm, Terry Craik, John Gallant.
Loan Authorized: 30,000.
Purpose: Equipment, Inventory, Working capital.

Shamrock Valley Enterprises Ltd. Elk Point. Oilfield construction &
maintenance.
Majority Owners: 695548 Alberta Ltd. (Murray Nielsen, Lisa Nielsen).
Loan Authorized: 500,000.
Purpose: Equipment, Construct building.

Stampede Steel Manufacturers Ltd. Linden. Livestock handling equipment
manufacturer.
Majority Owners: John Requate, Patrick Wilkinson, Inge Wilkinson.
Loan Authorized: 70,000. (Guarantee)
Purpose: Support operating line of credit.
Stampede Steel Manufacturers Ltd. Linden. Livestock handling equipment
manufacturer.
Majority Owners John Requate, Patrick Wilkinsin, Inge Wilkinson,
Loan Authorized: 230,000.
Purpose: Renovations, Equipment, Restructure debt.

Starlite Sales & Rentals Ltd. Calgary. Sales & rentals of sound & lighting
systems.
Majority Owners Robert Hutchison, Janet Hutchison.
Loan Authorized: 60,000.
Purpose: Inventory, Working capital.

Western Pressure Controls (1990) Ltd. Edmonton. Machine shop.
Majority Owners L. Ferster Developments. (Larry Ferster).
Loan Authorized: 150,000.
Purpose: Purchase equipment.

Wilson, B. (tbi) Edmonton. Refrigeration & HVAC repairs.
Majority Owners Bruce Hay Wilson.
Loan Authorized: 35,000.
Purpose: Purchace existing business.

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     SAFETY CODES COUNCIL

     CORPORATE ACCREDITATION

     (Safety Codes Act)

Pursuant to section 24 of the Alberta Safety Codes Act, it is hereby
ordered that

-    Rocky Rural Electrification Association Limited, Accreditation No.
C000213, Order No. O00001014, January 21, 1998

having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is
authorized to administer the Alberta Safety Codes Act within their
jurisdiction for Electrical Utility.



     MUNICIPAL ACCREDITATION

     (Safety Codes Act)

Pursuant to section 23 of the Alberta Safety Codes Act, it is hereby
ordered that

-    County of Grande Prairie No. 1, Accreditation No. M000162, Order No.
O00000529, December 18, 1995

having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is
authorized to administer the Alberta Safety Codes Act within their
jurisdiction for Building, all parts of the Alberta Building Code,
excluding any or all things, processes or activities owned by or under the
care and control of Corporations accredited by the Safety Codes Council.
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     TRANSPORTATION AND UTILITIES

     SALE OR DISPOSITION OF LAND

     (Government Organization Act)

Name of Buyer: The Village of Edgerton
Consideration: $1.00
Land Description: Lot 1, Block 32, Plan 160 HW, excepting thereout: part
for road plan under 1171LZ, excepting thereout all mines and minerals NW
1,44-4-4

Name of Buyer: The Town of Hardisty
Consideration: $1.00
Land Description: Lot 1, Block 19, Plan 6726AJ, excepting thereout: part as
shown on replot plan 772 1166 NE 35, 42-10-4 
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     ALBERTA TREASURY BRANCHES

     BY-LAW NO. 2

     RELATED PARTY BY-LAW

Definitions

1.   For the purposes of this By-law, the following expressions have the
same meanings as those expressions found in the Alberta Treasury Branches
Act Regulation:

     (a)  "Governance and Conduct Review Committee";
     (b)  "fair market rate";
     (c)  "related party";
     (d)  "senior officer"; and 
     (f)  "significant interest".

2.   "Conflict" means the situation existing when the interests of a
director or officer conflicts with the interests of Alberta Treasury
Branches.

3.   (1)  Upon the coming into force of this By-law or the appointment of
the Director or Senior Officer, whichever is later, or subsequently when
circumstances give rise to the existence of a new related party, each
Director or Senior Officer shall advise the Secretary to the Board and the
Chair of the Governance and Conduct Review Committee, to the best of their
knowledge, of the names and addresses of persons who are related parties
and the Treasury Branch or Head Office department where the related parties
transacts their business, where applicable.

     (2)  The Secretary to the Board of Directors shall deliver to the
related party and to the appropriate branch manager or head office manager
a copy of this By-law and the Alberta Treasury Branches Act Regulation.

Standards of Conduct

4.   The judgement of a Director or Senior Officer must be free from
compromising influences.  Accordingly, each Director and Senior Officer
must:

     (a)  recognize Conflicts;

     (b)  take reasonable steps to avoid Conflicts;

     (c)  notify the Chair of the Governance and Conduct Review Committee
promptly if a Conflict arises in relation to that Director or Senior
Officer; and

     (d)  remove himself or herself from the decision-making process of
Alberta Treasury Branches relating to any matter in which that Director or
Senior Officer has a significant interest, or is a director or officer of
an entity that has a financial relationship with ATB, or a personal
interest and where there is a Conflict.

Duties

5.   Without restricting the generality of the rules in section 4:

     (a)  each Director and Senior Officer shall respect as confidential
and maintain confidentiality regarding the affairs of Alberta Treasury
Branches  and its customers and others with whom Alberta Treasury Branches
deals, and a Director or Senior Officer shall not disclose any such 
confidential information without lawful excuse;

     (b)  a Director or Senior Officer shall not use confidential
information of any kind acquired through his or her position as a Director
or Senior Officer, for personal gain or for the benefit of a related party
of that Director or Senior Officer or for any  other purpose other than as
necessary in the performance of his or her duties as a Director or Senior
Officer or as may be required by law;

     (c)  a Director shall not participate in a discussion at a meeting
of Directors regarding, or vote on, any matter in which that Director has a
significant interest, or is a director or officer of an entity that has a
financial relationship with ATB, or a personal interest and where there is
Conflict;

     (d)  a Director or Officer shall not make any decision on behalf of
ATB, or seek to influence the decision of any Director or Senior Officer or
employee of ATB  regarding, any matter in which that Director or Officer
has a significant  interest, or is a director or officer of an entity that
has a commercial or financial relationship with ATB, or a personal interest
and where there is Conflict;

     (e)  an affiliated Director (being any Director who is not an
unaffiliated Director) shall, promptly following the later of the date this
By-law comes into force and the date of his appointment, advise the Chair
of the Board in writing as to the nature of the dealings which give rise to
his being an affiliated Director;  the Chair shall maintain a record of
such advice and may, in his discretion, advise the others Directors of such
dealings at any time;

     (f)  if a Director or Senior Officer wishes to obtain or increase
his credit facilities, obtain or increase a guarantee with Alberta Treasury
Branches, or change any material terms of any existing credit facilities
with Alberta Treasury Branches, or enter into a contract to provide goods
or services to Alberta Treasury Branches, such Director or Senior Officer
shall:

          (i)  promptly notify the Chair of the Conduct Review Committee
in writing of such matters and provide such further details as the Chair
may request; and

          (ii)      not take part in the decision-making process of Alberta
Treasury Branches relating to the matter;
     
          and in any such case, Alberta Treasury Branches shall not
provide or increase any credit facilities or provide or increase a
guarantee or agree to change any material terms of the existing credit
facilities or enter into any contract for the provision of goods or
services to Alberta Treasury Branches, until after the Chair of the Conduct
Review Committee has received:

          (A)  from the management of Alberta Treasury Branches their
written report as to the matter and their written opinion that it is in the
interests of Alberta Treasury Branches to proceed in the matter; and

          (B)  in the case of a director, a certificate of compliance
with section 21 of the Act in any case where that section applies, signed
by the Chief Inspector of Alberta Treasury Branches;

          and the Chair of the Governance and Conduct Review Committee
advises management that no reference will be made to the Committee.

          If referred to the Governance and Conduct Review Committee by
the Chair of the Governance and Conduct Review Committee, the Committee may
prohibit Alberta Treasury Branches' management from proceeding in the
matter at any time after receipt of the report from management.  A Director
or Senior Officer may request, by letter to the Chair of the Board, that
the Board as a whole review a prohibition by the Governance and Conduct
Review Committee and, if the Board elects to review the prohibition, the
Board shall decide by resolution whether Alberta Treasury Branches should
proceed with the matter;

     (g)  where any person, other than a Director or Senior Officer, who
is a related party, wishes to obtain or increase his credit facilities or
obtain, increase a guarantee with Alberta Treasury Branches, or change any
material terms of any existing credit facilities with Alberta Treasury
Branches, or enter into a contract to provide goods or services to Alberta
Treasury Branches, the appropriate branch manager or head office manager
shall:

          (i)  promptly notify the related party they must comply with
this By-law and advise the Senior Vice-President, Credit or in the case of
the provision of goods and services to the Vice-President, Operations and
Administration; and

          (ii) in any such case, Alberta Treasury Branches shall not
provide or increase any credit facilities or a guarantee, or agree to
change any material terms of the existing credit facilities or a guarantee,
or enter into any contract for the provision of goods or services to
Alberta Treasury Branches, until the Chair of the Governance and Conduct
Review Committee has received from the management of Alberta Treasury
Branches their written report as to the matter and their written opinion
that it is in the interests of Alberta Treasury Branches to proceed with
the matter and the Chair of the Governance and Conduct Review Committee
advises management that no reference will be made to the Committee.

          If  a matter is referred to the Conduct Review Committee, the
Committee may prohibit Alberta Treasury Branches' management from
proceeding in the matter at any time after receipt of the report from
management.  A related party may request, by letter to the Chair of the
Board, that the Board as a whole review a prohibition by the Governance and
Conduct Review Committee and, if the Board elects to review the
prohibition, the Board shall decide by resolution whether ATB should
proceed with the matter.

     (h)  The Secretary of the Governance and Conduct Review Committee
shall advise the Chair of the Board, in writing, as to any matter referred
to the Board under paragraph 5 (f) and (g) and provide such details as the
Chair of the Board may require, the Chair shall maintain a record of such
matters in conjunction with the record to be kept by the Chair under
paragraph 5(e).

     (i)  A Director or Senior Officer shall not accept a gift, favour,
service or other benefit of any kind as consideration for co-operation,
assistance, exercise of influence or an act or omission in connection with
the transaction of any business with, or any claim against, or any benefit
that may be bestowed by ATB, whether or not in fact the Director or Senior
Officer is able to cooperate, render assistance, exercise influence or do
or omit to do what is proposed, as the case may be; this prohibition is not
intended to prevent the normal exchange of gifts between friends, the
normal exchange of hospitality between persons doing business together,
tokens exchanged as part of protocol or the normal presentation of gifts to
persons participating in functions.

Further Standards of Conduct 

6.   Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, and by way of
example and not as an exhaustive list, each of the following constitutes a
breach of this By-law;

     (a)  participation by a Director in any discussion or vote related
to the making or renegotiation of the terms of a loan or guarantee by
Alberta Treasury Branches  to that director;

     (b)  the making of an investment (in shares, real property or
otherwise) by a Director or Senior Officer which is influenced or prompted
by the receipt of confidential information acquired in his capacity as a
Director or Senior Officer;

     (c)  the contacting by a Director or Senior Officer of Alberta
Treasury Branches personnel to procure employment by Alberta Treasury
Branches  of a related party of the Director or Senior Officer without
notice being given to the Chair of the Governance and Conduct Review
Committee;

     (d)  the contacting by a Director or Senior Officer of Alberta
Treasury Branches  personnel for, or the direct accessing of, customer
information (through computer search or otherwise) for purposes other than
those related to the performance of the Director's of Senior Officer's
duties and responsibilities to Alberta Treasury Branches;

     (e)  a Director or Senior Officer seeking or obtaining lower prices
for goods or services than would be available if the supplier were not
aware of his position as a Director or Senior Officer;
     
     (f)  the suggestion by a Director or Senior Officer to an Alberta
Treasury Branches customer, supplier or employee that such customer,
supplier or employee should purchase goods or services from such Director
or Senior Officer on terms other than at fair market rate;  
     
     (g)  a Director or Senior Officer attempting to influence the
decision of the management of Alberta Treasury Branches  to make or not
make a loan to a person because that person (or the principal shareholder
in the case of a corporation) is a member of a political party.

Transactions with a Subsidiary or Affiliate

7.   Transactions between ATB and its subsidiary or affiliate require the
approval of the Governance and Conduct Review Committee and may be approved
for one transaction or a class of transactions.

Vetting Transaction

8.   A Director or Senior Officer may request an opinion from the
Governance and Conduct Review Committee as to whether a proposed course of 
action will, or is likely to, constitute or result in a conflict for that
Director or Senior Officer.

Alleged Misconduct

9.   (1)  In any case where it is alleged that a Director or Senior
Officer has breached this by-law, the Board may, after due inquiry, decide
by resolution or by majority vote of the members of the Committee that a
Director or Senior Officer has breached this by-law and, in the case of a
Director,  request the Lieutenant Governor in Council to terminate his
appointment.

     (2)  In addition to such actions under subsection (1), the Board
may, by resolution, do any one of the following:

          (a)  in the case of a Senior Officer other than the Chief
Executive Officer, terminate that Senior Officer's appointment, and in the
case of the Chair or Chief Executive Officer, request that the Lieutenant
Governor in Council terminate his appointment;

          (b)  require that the Director or Senior Officer account and
pay to Alberta Treasury Branches  for any profit or gain in any manner made
by that Director or Senior Officer or by any person who is a related party
of that Director or Senior Officer as a result of any transaction with
Alberta Treasury Branches or any contract entered into by Alberta Treasury
Branches with that Director, Senior Officer or that related party;

          (c)  require that the Director of Senior Officer pay to and
indemnify and save harmless Alberta Treasury Branches in respect of each
and every loss, damage, cost and expense sustained, paid or incurred by
Alberta Treasury Branches  arising as a result of the transaction  or the
entering into of a contract with such Director or Senior Officer or a
related party of that Director or Senior Officer.

Powers of the Board to Deter Self-Dealing

10.  In any case where an inquiry has been concluded pursuant to section 9
but there has been no determination that a Director or Senior Officer has
breached this By-law, the Board may by resolution decide that the conduct
of a director or officer is inconsistent with the spirit of this Regulation
and in that event the Board may by resolution:
 
          (a)  in the case of a Director or the Chief Executive Officer
request that the Lieutenant Governor in Council terminate his appointment;

          (b)  in the case of a Senior Officer other than the Chief
Executive Officer terminate that Senior Officer's appointment.

Board Resolutions

11.  By resolution, the Board may supplement this by-law from time to time
by:

     (a)  establishing guidelines for the conduct of Directors and Senior
Officers, consistent with this By-law and the Regulation;

     (b)  establishing material amounts or thresholds for the purposes of
application of all or any part of the provisions of this By-law; and

     (c)  providing rulings as to the interpretation or application of
all or any part of this By-law.
________________________________________________________________________

          ADVERTISEMENTS

     INSURANCE NOTICE

     (Insurance Act)

     ALEXANDER HAMILTON LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA

Notice is hereby given that Alexander Hamilton Life Insurance Company of
America with Head Office at 32991 Hamilton Court, Farmington Hills, MI
48334-3358 has withdrawn from the Province of Alberta as at December 31,
1997.

Dated December 16, 1997.

2-3                                      Frank Sutherland, Vice President
and Insurance Counsel,
Alexander Hamilton Life Insurance Company of America.
_______________________

     ITT HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF CANADA
     HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF CANADA

By virtue of amending letters patent dated September 30, 1997, the name of
ITT 
Hartford Life Insurance Company of Canada was changed to Hartford Life
Insurance Company of Canada.

2-3                                                  M. Sylvia, President &
Chief Executive Officer.
_______________________

     LONDON ASSURANCE

Notice is hereby given that The London Assurance with head office at 48
Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario will withdraw from the Province of Alberta
as at December 31, 1997.

Dated December 16, 1997.

3-4                                                            Robert J.
Gunn, Chief Agent (in Canada)
_______________________
 
     PALLISER INSURANCE CORPORATION

Notice is hereby given that Palliser Insurance Corporation with head office
at 103-3502 Taylor Street E., Saskatoon, SK S7H 5H9 has withdrawn from the
Province of Alberta as at December 31, 1997.

Dated January 13, 1998.

3-4
_______________________

PERTH INSURANCE COMPANY

Notice is hereby given that Perth Insurance Company has taken out a licence
in the Province of Alberta, and is authorized to transact the following
classes of Insurance:

Property; Automobile; General Liability.

Effective January 1, 1998.

2-3                                                                  K.
Murphy, Vice President, Finance.
________________________________________________________________________

     NOTICE OF CREDITORS MEETING

     (Companies Act)

     LAKEVIEW FOUNDATION

Lakeview Foundation is being voluntarily wound up pursuant to the Companies
Act, R.S.A. 1980, c.C-20 as amended. Notice is hereby given that a meeting
of the creditors of Lakeview Foundation will be held on February 25, 1998,
at the office of the Liquidator at 10 a.m., at 606 Royal Bank Building,
10117 Jasper Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta (423-4460).

Jim Brown, Liquidator.



     NOTICE OF WINDING-UP OF COMPANY

     (Companies Act)

     LAKEVIEW FOUNDATION

Notice is hereby given that Lakeview Foundation will be voluntarily wound
up pursuant to the Companies Act, R.S.A. 1980, c.C-20 as amended by a
special resolution dated January 19, 1998. The Foundation has appointed Jim
Brown to be the liquidator for the purpose of winding-up the affairs of
Lakeview Foundation.

E. John Slatter, Director.
________________________________________________________________________

     PUBLIC SALE OF LAND

     (Municipal Government Act)

MUNICIPAL DISTRICT OF OPPORTUNITY NO. 17

Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal
Government Act, the Municipal District of Opportunity No. 17 will offer for
sale, by public auction, in the Municipal Office, Wabasca, Alberta on
Tuesday, March 31, 1998 at 1 p.m. the following lands:

     Lot  Block     Plan C of T

     5    2    4846RS    51R247A
     1    2    7722738   782248270
     15   9    7920484   802041084
     5    -    5692NY    802149457
     6    1    7722925   802222228
     7    21   8023081   842225847
     3    -    7822775   882190844
     9    2    641NY     922060018
     4    2    7722738   932207706
     2    1    7723084   942110296
     5    -    WABISKA   942279655
     6    30   8122581   942372993
     16   -    8321796   952216527
     4    E    8421864   962010603
     2    2    3280RS    922083166
     3    2    3280RS    922083166+1
     9    1    7722738   782261941
     3    1    7921054   882190796
     4    1    7921054   832261486
     1    24   7921557   852071974
     2    16   7921556   932338745

Each parcel will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid and to the
reservations and conditions contained in the existing certificate of title.

The Municipal District of Opportunity No. 17 may, after the public auction,
become the owner of any parcel of land that is not sold at the public
auction.

Terms: Cash or Certified Cheque.
Deposit: 10% of the bid at the time of the sale, March 31, 1998.
Balance: 90% of bid within 30 days of receipt by Municipal District of
Opportunity No. 17.

Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at
any time prior to the sale.

Dated at Wabasca, Alberta, February 2, 1998.  

Marlene Auger, Assessment & Taxation.
_______________________

     REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY OF WOOD BUFFALO
     Fort McMurray, AB

Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal
Government Act, the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo will offer for
sale, by public auction, in the Boardroom, 4 Fl, City Hall, 9909 Franklin
Avenue, Fort McMurray, Alberta, on Tuesday, March 31, 1998 at 9 a.m. the
following lands:

     Lot  Block     Plan

     10   3    2694RS
     21   5    5642NY
     26   5    5642NY
     7    7    5642NY
     10   7    5642NY
     1    8    5642NY
     2    8    5642NY
     6    8    5642NY
     9    8    5642NY
     19   8    5642NY
     5    9    5642NY
     20   9    5642NY
     7    10   5642NY
     6    12   5642NY
     1    12A  5642NY
     29   1    832-1682
     9    2    832-1682
     18   3    832-1682
     20   3    832-1682
     22   3    832-1682
     25   3    832-1682
     29   3    832-1682
     12B  3    832-2365
     200  1    852-1969
     -    -    4-07-076-31-NW
     4    3    4480RS
     4    2    792-0314
     7    6    792-0314
     1    15   792-0314
     7    17   802-2678
     13   17   802-2678
     1    18   802-2678
     1    19   802-2678
     15   17   832 2978
     18   -    832 1906
     19   -    832-1906
     22   -    832-1906
     23   -    832-1906
     24   -    832-1906
     25   -    832-1906
     27   -    832-1906
     40   -    832-1906
     41   -    832-1906
     58   -    832-1906
     69   -    832-1906
     72   -    832-1906
     73   -    832-1906
     74   -    832-1906
     78   -    832-1906
     79   -    832-1906
     80   -    832-1906
     82   -    832-1906
     83   -    832-1906
     85   -    832-1906
     86   -    832-1906
     93   -    832-1906
     94   -    832-1906
     95   -    832-1906
     96   -    832-1906
     98   -    832-1906
     101  -    832-1906
     104  -    832-1906
     108  -    832-1906
     110  -    832-1906
     12A  1    995TR
     36   -    832 1550
     38   -    832 1550
     43   -    832 1550
     48   -    832 1550
     49   -    832 1550
     51   -    832 1550
     57   -    832 1550
     65   -    832 1550
     66   -    832 1550
     75   -    832 1550
     82   -    832 1550
     89   -    832 1550
     93   -    832 1550
     110  -    832 1550
     114  -    832 1550
     120  -    832 1550
     124  -    832 1550
     128  -    832 1550
     155  -    832 1550
     69   1    802 1827
     6    13   4569TR
     51   20   4948TR
     5A   11   147TR
     2    5    3969ET
     2    6    616AO
     8    3    3969ET
     8    9    86TR
     56   1    802 0788
     57   1    802 0788
     58   1    802 0788
     -    -    River Lot 01

Each parcel will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid and to the
reservations and conditions contained in the existing certificate of title.

The Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo may, after the public auction,
become the owner of any parcel of land that is not sold at the public
auction.

Terms: Cash, Bank Draft or Certified Cheque made payable to the Regional
Municipality of Wood Buffalo.

Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at
any time prior to the sale.

Dated at Fort McMurray, Alberta, January 26, 1998.
_______________________

VILLAGE OF BARONS

Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal
Government Act, the Village of Barons will offer for sale, by public
auction, in the Village Office, Barons, Alberta on Wednesday, April 8, 1998
at 10 a.m. the following lands:

     Lot  Block     Plan

     26-29     7    2605X
     10, 11    10   7510AG
     
Each parcel will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid and to the
reservations and conditions contained in the existing certificate of title.

The Village of Barons may, after the public auction, become the owner of
any parcel of land that is not sold at the public auction.

Terms: Cash.

Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at
any time prior to the sale.

Dated at Barons, Alberta, January 14, 1998.

Darrell Garceau, Municipal Administrator.




















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