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The Alberta Gazette
Part I
Vol. 102	Edmonton, Wednesday, March 15, 2006	No. 5
ORDER IN COUNCIL
O.C. 67/2006
(Provincial Parks Act)
Approved and ordered: 
Norman Kwong 
Lieutenant Governor.	February 22, 2006
The Lieutenant Governor in Council makes the Order in the attached Appendix
1	designating the land described in the Schedule of Lands as a provincial park 
to be known as Miquelon Lake Provincial Park;
2	rescinding Order in Council numbered O.C. 603/88.
Ralph Klein, Chair.

APPENDIX

Provincial Parks Act

MIQUELON LAKE PROVINCIAL PARK ORDER

1	The lands described in the Schedule of Lands are designated as a provincial park 
to be known as Miquelon Lake Provincial Park.
2	The Miquelon Lake Provincial Park Order-in-Council 603/88 is rescinded 
(formerly filed as Alta. Reg. 302/88).

SCHEDULE OF LANDS

MIQUELON LAKE PROVINCIAL PARK

All those parcels or tracts of land, situate, lying and being in the forty-ninth (49) 
township, in the twentieth (20) range, west of the fourth (4) meridian, in the Province 
of Alberta, Canada, and being composed of:

(A)	The north half and south east quarter of section sixteen (16), the north east 
quarter of section seventeen (17), the south east quarters of sections nineteen (19) 
and twenty (20), the west half of section twenty-one (21), the south west quarter 
of section twenty-seven (27), the south half and the west half of the north west 
quarter of section twenty-eight (28), the south half and north east quarter of 
section thirty-three (33) and all those portions of the north east quarter of the said 
section nineteen (19), the north half and south west quarter of the said section 
twenty (20), the east half of the said section twenty-one (21) and the east half of 
section twenty-nine (29) of the said township, not covered by any of the waters 
of Miquelon Lakes, containing one thousand two hundred thirty-six and two 
hundred forty-nine thousandths (1,236.249) hectares (3,054.73 acres), more or 
less.

SAVING AND EXCEPTING:

1)	One and five hundred forty-five thousandths (1.545) hectares (3.82 acres), 
more or less, required for a surveyed roadway, as shown upon a plan of 
survey of record in the Land Titles Office at Edmonton for the North 
Alberta Land Registration District as No. 842 0534.

2)	Seven hundred ninety-seven thousandths (0.797) of a hectare (1.97 acres), 
more or less, required for a surveyed roadway, as shown upon a plan of 
survey of record in the said Land Titles Office as No. 1521 P.X.

3)	One and seven hundred twenty-four thousandths (1.724) hectares (4.26 
acres), more or less, required for a subdivision of Miquelon Lake, as shown 
upon a plan of survey of record in the said Land Titles Office as No. 897 
M.C.

4)	Two and two hundred seventy-eight thousandths (2.278) hectares (5.63 
acres), more or less, required for a surveyed roadway, as shown upon a plan 
of survey of record in the said Land Titles Office as No. 6462 B.M.

5)	Five hundred twenty-two thousandths (0.522) of a hectare (1.29 acres), more 
or less, required for a surveyed roadway, as shown upon a plan of survey of 
record in the said Land Titles Office as No. 6849 A.U.

6)	Nine hundred ninety-two thousandths (0.992) of a hectare (3.45 acres), more 
or less, required for a surveyed roadway, as shown upon a plan of survey of 
record in the said Land Titles Office as No. 2708 T.R.

7)	Two and four hundred seventy-three thousandths (2.473) hectares (6.11 
acres), more or less, required for a surveyed roadway, as shown upon a plan 
of survey of record in the said Land Titles Office as No. 1244 A.U.

8)	Nine hundred thirty-five thousandths (0.935) of a hectare (2.31 acres), more 
or less, required for a surveyed roadway, as shown upon a plan of survey of 
record in the said Land Titles Offices as No. 3994 B.M.

9)	One and sixty thousandths (1.060) hectares (2.62 acres), more or less, 
required for Lot 1, Block 1, as shown upon a descriptive plan of record in 
the said Land Titles Office as No. 022 5595.

10)	Nineteen and seven hundred ninety thousandths (19.790) hectares (48.90 
acres), more or less, being more particularly described as follows:

	The north east quarter of legal subdivision eight (8) of section twenty-eight 
(28), the east half of the northwest quarter of the said legal subdivision eight 
(8), the most northerly one and one half (1 1/2) chains of the most westerly 
five (5) chains of the said legal subdivision eight (8), the most easterly three 
(3) chains of the most southerly four (4) chains of the south west quarter of 
the north west quarter of the said legal subdivision eight (8), the most 
easterly four (4) chains of the south east quarter of the said legal subdivision 
eight (8), the most northerly five (5) chains of the most westerly three (3) 
chains of the said south east quarter of the said legal subdivision eight (8), 
the south west quarter of the said legal subdivision eight (8), the most 
northerly two (2) chains of the most westerly five (5) chains and the north 
west quarter of legal subdivision one (1) of the said section, the most 
northerly eight (8) chains of the most easterly five (5) chains of the north 
west quarter of the said legal subdivision one (1), the most northerly eight 
(8) chains of the most westerly four (4) chains of the north east quarter of 
the said legal subdivision one (1) (excepting thereout of the last described 
parcel, the portion of Island No. seventeen (17), which is contained within 
the limits of the last described parcel), the most northerly two (2) chains of 
the most easterly eleven (11) chains, of the north half of legal subdivision 
two (2) of the said section, the most southerly nine (9) chains of the most 
easterly five (5) chains of the south east quarter of legal subdivision seven 
(7) of the said section, the most southerly three (3) chains of the most 
westerly five (5) chains of the said south east quarter of the said legal 
subdivision seven (7), the most southerly one (1) chain in the most easterly 
one (1) chain of the south west quarter of the said legal subdivision seven 
(7), and the most northerly one (1) chain of the most easterly two (2) chains 
of the north east quarter of legal subdivision seven (7) of the said section 
twenty-eight (28).

11)	Twenty-two and two hundred eighty-eight thousandths (22.288) hectares 
(55.00 acres), more or less, out of the south west quarter of the said section 
twenty-eight (28), being more particularly described as follows:

	Legal subdivision six (6), and the most northerly three hundred sixty-two 
and one hundred two thousandths (362.102) metres (1,188 feet) of the most 
easterly two hundred forty-one and four hundred two thousandths (241.402) 
metres (792 feet) of legal subdivision five (5) and the most westerly one 
hundred twenty and seven hundred one thousandths (120.701) metres (396 
feet) of the most northerly one hundred and five hundred eighty-four 
thousandths (100.584) metres (330 feet) of the said legal subdivision five 
(5).

(B)	All that portion of the south east quarter of section fifteen (15) of the said 
township, required for a subdivision, as shown upon a descriptive plan of record 
in the said Land Titles Office as No. 012 2585, containing fifty-six and five 
hundred fifty thousandths (56.550) hectares (139.73 acres), more or less.

(C)	All those portions of the north east quarter of the said section twenty (20) of the 
said township, required for a subdivision of Miquelon Lake, as shown upon the 
said plan No. 897 M.C., containing one and seven hundred twenty-four 
thousandths (1.724) hectares (4.26 acres), more or less.

(D)	The statutory road allowances adjoining the east boundaries of the said south east 
quarters of sections nineteen (19) and twenty (20), and all those portions of the 
east boundary of the said north east quarter of section nineteen (19) and the south 
boundary of the south east quarter of the said section twenty-nine (29) of the said 
township, not covered by the waters of the said Miquelon Lakes, containing four 
and eight hundred sixty thousandths (4.860) hectares (12.01 acres), more or less.

	The lands herein described contain one thousand two hundred ninety-nine and 
three hundred eighty-two thousandths (1,299.382) hectares (3,210.73 acres), 
more or less.
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the period September 1, 2005 to December 31, 2005
Purpose: NADC Leaders Roundtable 
Amount: $780.00 
Date: September 21 and 22, 2005 
Location: Swan Hills Alberta
Purpose: Discussion with Aboriginal Leaders - Pre First Ministers' Meetings 
Amount: $1,722.77 
Date: October 11 and 12, 2005 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Purpose: Meeting with Local leaders from Town of Athabasca and County of 
Athabasca 
Amount: $1,081.38 
Date: November 7, 2005 
Location: Athabasca, Alberta
Purpose: Discussion with Aboriginal Leaders - Pre First Ministers' Meetings 
Amount: $1,671.40 
Date: November 8, 2005 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Purpose: Aboriginal Festivities Committee Appreciation Dinner 
Amount: $707.43 
Date: November 22, 2005 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Community Development
Order Designating Provincial Historic Resource
(Historical Resources Act)
File: Des. 2143
I, Gary G. Mar, Minister charged with the administration of the Historical Resources 
Act, R.S.A. 2000 C. H-9, do hereby:
1.	Pursuant to section 20, subsection (1) of that Act, designate the site known as the 
	Cochrane Farm, 
together with the land legally described as:
Plan 012 6338
Lot 1A
Excepting thereout all mines and minerals
Area: 17.76 hectares (43.89 acres) more or less
and municipally located in the County of Grande Prairie No. 1, Alberta
as a Provincial Historic Resource,
2.	Give notice that pursuant to section 20, subsection (9) of that Act, no person shall 
destroy, disturb, alter, restore, or repair any Provincial Historic Resource or 
remove any historic object from a Provincial Historic Resource without the 
written approval of the Minister.
3.	Further give notice that the following provisions of section 20, subsections (11) 
and (12) of that Act now apply in case of sale or inheritance of the above 
mentioned resource:
(11)	the owner of an historic resource that is subject to an order under 
subsection (1) shall, at least 30 days before any sale or other disposition of 
the historic resource, serve notice of the proposed sale or other disposition 
on the Minister,
(12)	when a person inherits an historic resource that is subject to an order 
under subsection (1), that person shall notify the Minister of the 
inheritance within 15 days after the historic resource is transferred to the 
person.
Signed at Edmonton, February 16, 2006.
Gary G. Mar, Minister.
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Order Designating Provincial Historic Resource
(Historical Resources Act)
File: Des. 2161
I, Gary G. Mar, Minister charged with the administration of the Historical 
Resources Act, R.S.A. 2000 C. H-9, do hereby:
1.	Pursuant to section 20, subsection (1) of that Act, designate the site known 
as the:
	Greenridge Farm, 
	together with the land legally described as:
The Southwest Quarter of
Section 23, 
Township 54,
Range 4,
Meridian 4
Containing 64.7 hectares (160 acres) more or less
Excepting thereout: Plan 912 0061 Road, 0.417 Hectares, 1.03 (acres) more or 
less and municipally located near Dewberry, in the County of Vermillion River 
No. 24, Alberta
as a Provincial Historic Resource,
2.	Give notice that pursuant to section 20, subsection (9) of that Act, no 
person shall destroy, disturb, alter, restore, or repair any Provincial Historic 
Resource or remove any historic object from a Provincial Historic Resource 
without the written approval of the Minister.
3.	Further give notice that the following provisions of section 20, subsections 
(11) and (12) of that Act now apply in case of sale or inheritance of the 
above mentioned resource:
(11)	the owner of an historic resource that is subject to an order under 
subsection (1) shall, at least 30 days before any sale or other 
disposition of the historic resource, serve notice of the proposed 
sale or other disposition on the Minister,
(12)	when a person inherits an historic resource that is subject to an 
order under subsection (1), that person shall notify the Minister 
of the inheritance within 15 days after the historic resource is 
transferred to the person.
Signed at Edmonton, February 16, 2006.
Gary G. Mar, Minister.
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Order Designating Provincial Historic Resource
(Historical Resources Act)
File: Des. 204
I, Gary G. Mar, Minister charged with the administration of the Historical 
Resources Act, R.S.A. 2000 C. H-9, do hereby:
1.		Pursuant to section 20, subsection (1) of that Act, designate the site known 
as the:
	Strathcona Public Library, 
	together with the land legally described as:
Plan I,
Block 79,
Lots 22 to 24 inclusive
and municipally located at 8331-104 Street in Edmonton, Alberta
as a Provincial Historic Resource,
2.	Give notice that pursuant to section 20, subsection (9) of that Act, no 
person shall destroy, disturb, alter, restore, or repair any Provincial Historic 
Resource or remove any historic object from a Provincial Historic Resource 
without the written approval of the Minister.
3.	Further give notice that the following provisions of section 20, subsections 
(11) and (12) of that Act now apply in case of sale or inheritance of the 
above mentioned resource:
(11)	the owner of an historic resource that is subject to an order under 
subsection (1) shall, at least 30 days before any sale or other 
disposition of the historic resource, serve notice of the proposed 
sale or other disposition on the Minister,
(12)	when a person inherits an historic resource that is subject to an 
order under subsection (1), that person shall notify the Minister 
of the inheritance within 15 days after the historic resource is 
transferred to the person.
Signed at Edmonton, February 16, 2006.
Gary G. Mar, Minister.
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Notice of Receipt of a Repatriation Application
(Blackfoot First Nations Sacred Ceremonial Objects 
Repatriation Regulation)
Pursuant to the First Nations Sacred Ceremonial Objects Repatriation Act (FNSCORA) 
and the Blackfoot Sacred Ceremonial Objects Repatriation Regulation made under that 
Act, the Province of Alberta as represented by the Minister of Community Development 
hereby gives notice of receipt of a repatriation application from a member of the Blood 
Tribe for an object in the Government of Alberta's collections at the Royal Alberta 
Museum.
The application is for the repatriation of the Calf Boss Ribs Beaver Bundle (catalogue 
number H67.276.21-130). The bundle originated with the Montana Blackfeet and includes 
a pipe, animal and bird skins, a drum, shawls and other diverse elements. The bundle was 
purchased by the Royal Alberta Museum in 1967.  
Any person with interest in this object who either wishes to make written representations 
to the Minister relating to this application or to submit an application of their own, must do 
so within 30 days after publication of this notice in The Alberta Gazette. For further 
information, an interested person should contact the Aboriginal Liaison Officer at the 
Royal Alberta Museum, 12845-102 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta T5N 0M6. The 
Aboriginal Liaison Officer can also be reached by telephone at (780) 453-9155 or by fax at 
(780) 454-6629. 
Repatriation of the Calf Boss Ribs Beaver Bundle to the Mookaakin Heritage Foundation, 
as the designated representative of the Blood Tribe, may proceed after the 30 day period if 
the object listed in the application is determined to meet the criteria of a sacred ceremonial 
object as defined in FNSCORA, no additional applications or contrary written 
representations have been made, and if the Minister considers repatriation to be 
appropriate. 
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Pursuant to the First Nations Sacred Ceremonial Objects Repatriation Act (FNSCORA) 
and the Blackfoot Sacred Ceremonial Objects Repatriation Regulation made under that 
Act, the Province of Alberta as represented by the Minister of Community Development 
hereby gives notice of receipt of a repatriation application from a member of the Blood 
Tribe for an object in the Government of Alberta's collections at the Royal Alberta 
Museum.
The application is for the repatriation of an incomplete Bear Pigeon (Dove) Society 
Bundle (catalogue numbers H71.56.1; H71.56.3a,b and H71.56.6). The bundle contains a 
belt, leg bands and a paint bag. The bundle was purchased by the Royal Alberta Museum 
in 1971. 
Any person with interest in this object who either wishes to make written representations 
to the Minister relating to this application or to submit an application of their own, must do 
so within 30 days after publication of this notice in The Alberta Gazette. For further 
information, an interested person should contact the Aboriginal Liaison Officer at the 
Royal Alberta Museum, 12845-102 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta T5N 0M6. The 
Aboriginal Liaison Officer can also be reached by telephone at (780) 453-9155 or by fax at 
(780) 454-6629. 
Repatriation of the Bear Pigeon (Dove) Society Bundle to the Mookaakin Heritage 
Foundation, as the designated representative of the Blood Tribe, may proceed after the 30 
day period if the object listed in the application is determined to meet the criteria of a 
sacred ceremonial object as defined in FNSCORA, no additional applications or contrary 
written representations have been made, and if the Minister considers repatriation to be 
appropriate.
Energy
Production Allocation Unit Agreement
(Mines and Minerals Act)
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to section 102 of the Mines and Minerals Act, that 
the Minister of Energy on behalf of the Crown has executed counterparts of the 
agreement entitled "Unit Agreement - South Garrington Cardium "B" Unit No. 1" 
with respect to M5 R3 T33: 11NW as to the deletion of this land and that this 
amending agreement became effective on January 1, 2006.
 
 
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Production Allocation Unit Agreement
(Mines and Minerals Act)
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to section 102 of the Mines and Minerals Act, that 
the Minister of Energy on behalf of the Crown has executed counterparts of the 
agreement entitled "Production Allocation Unit Agreement - Westerose Belly River 
Agreement" and that the Unit became effective on February 1, 2006.
 

 
 
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Production Allocation Unit Agreement
(Mines and Minerals Act)
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to section 102 of the Mines and Minerals Act, that 
the Minister of Energy on behalf of the Crown has executed counterparts of the 
agreement entitled "Unit Agreement - Provost Cummings G5G Pool Unit No 1" and 
that the Unit became effective on January 1, 2006.
 
 

 
 

 

Executive Council
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the period ending September 30, 2005
Purpose: Official visit of Senator, the Honourable Hazel Manning, Minister of 
Education for the Republic of Trinidad & Tobago. 
Amount: $920.00 
Date: June 24, 2005 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Purpose: Official visit of the Honourable Mykola Polischuk, Minister of Health for 
Ukraine. 
Amount: $1,130.09 
Date: June 29, 2005 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Purpose: Reception and luncheon for diplomats visiting the Calgary Stampede. 
Amount: $2,543.48 
Date: July 9, 2005 
Location: Calgary, Alberta
Purpose: Alberta Order of Excellence Garden Party. 
Amount: $3,020.70 
Date: August 21, 2005 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Purpose: Hosting Governors and Delegations from Alberta Special Relationships. 
Amount: $6,111.96 
Date: August 30, 2005 
Location: Kananaskis, Alberta
Purpose: Lieutenant Governor's Centennial Garden Party. 
Amount: $2,802.50 
Date: September 4, 2005 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Purpose: Official visit of His Excellency Vicente Fox, President of the United 
Mexican States. 
Amount: $7,486.96 
Date: September 29, 2005 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Finance
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the period ending December 31, 2005
Function: 2005 Federal-Provincial Borrower's Conference 
Purpose: Meeting of senior officials from all the provinces and federal government to 
discuss topics such as capital markets developments, rating agency issues, capital 
financing and cash management. 
Amount: $4,774.57 
Date: July 13 and 14, 2005 
Location: Banff, Alberta
Function:  Passport Securities Task Force 
Purpose: Meeting at the Pan Pacific Vancouver of officials of the Task Force on 
Securities Regulatory Reform to continue work on implementing the MOU and 
Action Plan signed by Ministers. 
Amount: $1,145.49 
Date: August 22 and 23, 2005 
Location: Vancouver, British Columbia
Function: 2005 Inter-Provincial Tax Conference 
Purpose: Meeting of senior management and legal advisors from the provincial tax 
bodies to discuss tax legislation, common concerns, best practices and current issues 
in compliance and enforcement. 
Amount: $4,387.19 
Date: September 19 to 21, 2005 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Function: Provincial-Territorial Council of Ministers of Securities Regulation 
Meeting 
Purpose: Meeting of Provincial/Territorial Council of Ministers of Securities 
Regulation. 
Amount: $1,567.95 
Date: September 29, 2005 
Location: Quebec City, Quebec
Function: Investment Seminar 
Purpose: Semi-annual investment seminar to update all clients of Alberta Investment 
Management on economic trends and developments that impact their investments. 
Amount: $2,294.57 
Date: October 17, 2005 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
______________
Insurance Notice
(Insurance Act)
Notice is hereby given that L'Entraide Assurance Mutual Company has been licensed 
in the Province of Alberta, and is authorized to transact the following classes of 
Insurance: Accident and Sickness, Life, effective February 10, 2006
Arthur Hagan, FCIP, CRM 
 Deputy Superintendent of Insurance Financial Institutions.
______________
Effective December 31, 2005, Travelers Indemnity Company has withdrawn from the 
Province of Alberta all current policies transferred to St. Paul Fire and Marine 
Insurance Company.
	Arthur Hagan, FCIP, CRM 
 	Deputy Superintendent of Insurance Financial Institutions.
______________
Notice is hereby given that Fidelity Investments Insurance Company of Canada has 
been licensed in the Province of Alberta, and is authorized to transact the following 
class of Insurance: Life, effective February 27, 2006
Arthur Hagan, FCIP, CRM 
 Deputy Superintendent of Insurance Financial Institutions.
Innovation and Science
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the period July 1, 2005 to September 30, 2005
Function: China Delegation attending TR Labs Wireless Conference 
Date: July 11, 2005 
Amount: $939.00 
Purpose: Develop potential partnerships with senior industry representatives from 
China and support TR Labs to attract future technology investment to Alberta. 
Location: Calgary, Alberta
Function: Senior Officials Forum on Innovation 
Date: September 12 & 13, 2005 
Amount: $1,102.00 
Purpose: Meeting of the Federal/Provincial/Territorial Steering Group to address 
issues associated with technology commercialization and share information on other 
innovation strategies. 
Location: Kananaskis, Alberta
Function: Private Equity Roundtable Meeting 
Date: September 15, 2005 
Amount: $4,220.00 
Purpose: Bring together Alberta and international investors to discuss Alberta's 
venture capital climate as part of Alberta Innovation and Investment Week. 
Location: Calgary, Alberta
______________
Alberta Research Council Inc. (ARC)
Function: Official Opening of the Integrated Manure Utilization System (IMUS) 
Demonstration Pilot Facility 
Date: May 6, 2005 
Amount: $3,185.00 
Purpose: Plant opening to demonstrate new technology jointly developed by ARC & 
Highmark Renewables. 
Location: Vegreville, Alberta
Function: Meeting with Senior Executives from CNOOC Limited, China 
Date: June 20, 2005 
Amount: $1,011.00 
Purpose: Tour ARC's facilities and meet with ARC representatives to determine 
areas of potential collaboration. 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Function: Presentation on ARC's Initiatives on Technology Development in Support 
of Optimized Enhanced Gas Recovery and CO2 storage at Petroleum Technology 
Alliance Canada (PTAC) 
Date: August 3, 2005 
Amount: $651.00 
Purpose: Presentation on ARC technology and introduce key industry personnel to 
the Conventional Oil & Natural Gas (CONG) technology. 
Location: Calgary, Alberta
______________
Informatics Circle of Research Excellence Inc. (iCORE)
Function: Meeting of the International Research Advisory Committee (IRAC) 
Date: August 28 to 30, 2005 
Amount: $7,136.00 
Purpose: Review current mandate and advise on the future direction of the iCORE 
Board. 
Location: Banff, Alberta
Function: iCORE Banff Summit 
Date: August 31 to September 2, 2005 
Amount: $11,703.00 
Purpose: Bring together iCORE researchers and students for the purpose of 
interaction and connecting opportunities. 
Location: Banff, Alberta
Justice
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the period October 1, 2005 to December 31, 2005
Purpose/Function: Civil Mediation Program 
Date: September 16, 2005 
Amount: $1,596.22 
Location: Medicine Hat, Alberta
Purpose/Function: Justice Policy Advisory meeting on access to Justice 
Date: October 20 and November 9, 2005 
Amount: $701.45 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Purpose/Function: Family Law Act Recognition Event 
Date: November 28, 2005 
Amount: $3,649.60 
Location: Edmonton
Purpose/Function: Mediator Volunteer Appreciation 
Date: November 30, 2005 
Amount: $5,244.18 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
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Office of the Public Trustee
Property being held by the Public Trustee for a period of Ten (10) Years
(Public Trustee Act)
Section 11 (2)(b)
Name of Person Entitled 
to Property
Description  
of Property 
held and its 
value or 
estimated 
value
Property part of  
deceased person's  
Estate or held under  
Court Order: 
Deceased's Name 
Judicial District Court 
File Number
Public Trustee 
Office 
 
Additional 
Information 
Erich Erwin Lapkowski 
(File #150376)

Cash on hand 
$7,758.45

Estate 
Erwin Adolf Lapkowski 
JD of Edmonton 
SES03 115175
Edmonton 
(File #142572)

Estate of Donald Deegan 
(File #150291)
Cash on hand 
$1,378.18 
Estate 
Mary Pearl Milton 
JD of Edmonton 
SES03 101787
Edmonton 
(File #150290)
Susan Bicknell 
(File #150292)
Cash on hand 
$1,378.18 
Estate 
Mary Pearl Milton 
JD of Edmonton 
SES03 101787
Edmonton 
(File #150290)
Darren Deegan 
(File #150293)
Cash on hand 
$1,378.18 
Estate 
Mary Pearl Milton 
JD of Edmonton 
SES03 101787
Edmonton 
(File #150290)
Estate of Janet Deegan 
File #150294)
Cash on hand 
$1,378.18 
Estate 
Mary Pearl Milton 
JD of Edmonton 
SES03 101787
Edmonton 
(File #150290)
Pauline of Winnipeg 
(File #150295)
Cash on hand 
$1,378.18 
Estate 
Mary Pearl Milton 
JD of Edmonton 
SES03 101787
Edmonton 
(File #150290)

Metis Settlements General Council
Rules of Order for the Conduct of Meetings
Policy GC-P0504
Table of Contents
Part 1 
Context
	1	Background
	2	Purpose 
	3	Effect
Part 2 
Interpretation
	4	Definitions
Part 3 
Calling of Meetings and Notice Requirements
	5	Calling General Council meetings
	6	Notice for General Council meetings 
Part 4 
The Chair
	7	Duties of the chair
	8	Chair of General Council Assemblies
	9	Substitute chairs
	10	Chair's rights at meetings
Part 5 
The Treasurer and Elected Secretary
	11	Duties of the Treasurer
	12	Duties of the Elected Secretary 
Part 6 
Quorum, Voting, Agendas and Minutes
	13	Quorum 
	14	Losing quorum
	15	Voting
	16	Preparation and notice of agenda items
	17	Adopting the agenda
	18	Amending the agenda
	19	Keeping minutes
Part 7 
Opening Meetings
	20	Procedure for opening meetings
Part 8 
Motions
	21	Procedure for proposing a motion
	22	General conditions and etiquette
Part 9 
Amendments
	23	Amendable motions
	24	Conditions of amendment
	25	Procedure for amending a motion
	26	Sub-amendments
Part 10 
Discussion
	27	Discussion generally
	28	Opening the discussion
	29	The floor
	30	Speakers
	31	Limiting the time
	32	Closing the discussion
	33	Motion to refer to a committee
Part 11 
Reconsidering Resolutions and Motions
	34	Reconsidering resolutions and motions
	35	Expunging from the minutes
Part 12 
Closing the Meeting
	36	Closing motions
	37	Effect on the agenda
	38	Adjournment by the chair
	39	Recessing the meeting
	40	Reconvened meeting
	
Part 1 
Context
Background
1   This Policy is made under sections 222(1)(bb)   and 222(1)(ii)(i)(iv) 
and (v)  of the Metis Settlements Act.
Purpose
2   The purpose of this Policy is to establish rules and procedures for 
meetings of the General Council Assembly, The General Council Board 
and standing committees established by General Council.  They are 
intended to provide for open, fair and orderly discussion of the business of 
the meeting, and should be interpreted so as to accomplish this goal. 
Effect
3   Sections 6.4 through and including 6.13 of the Metis Settlements 
General Council Rules and Procedures GCADMIN91001, as amended 
September 6, 2001 and further amended by MSGC Election Policy 
GCP0406, are hereby repealed and replaced by this Policy.
Part 2 
Interpretation
Definitions
4(1)   The following definitions apply in this Policy:
	(a	)		"Act" means the Metis Settlements Act;
	(b)		"Agenda" means the official list and sequence of business to be 
dealt with at a meeting
	(c)		"Board" means the eight Settlement Chairmen and four 
General Council Officers, including the President, Vice 
President, Treasurer and Elected Secretary
	(d)		"Councillor" means a settlement member elected or appointed 
to a Settlement Council;
	(e)  	"General Council" means the Metis Settlements General 
Council incorporated by section 214 of the Act;
	(f)  		"General Council Executive" means the officers of the General 
Council;
	(g)  	"General Council meetings" include General Council 
Assemblies, Board meetings and standing committee meetings 
established by General Council;
	(h)			"Member of the General Council" means the councillors of all 
the settlement councils and the officers of the General Council 
as set out in section 214(2) of the Act;
(i)		"Minister" means the Minister determined under section 16 of 
the Government Organization Act as the Minister responsible 
for this Act. 
(j) 	"Officers of the General Council" means the President, 
Vice-president, Elected Secretary and Treasurer;
(k)	"Quorum" means the smallest number of members whose 
presence is required at a meeting in order that business may be 
validly transacted.  
(l)		"Settlement Council or Council" means the Council of a 
Settlement;
(m) 		"Settlement Chair" means the Chair of a Settlement Council;
(n) 	 "Settlement member" means an individual who is a member of 
a Metis Settlement; 

(2)   Footnotes are part of the Policy and included to help with 
interpretation.
Part 3 
Calling of Meetings and Notice Requirements
Calling General Council meetings
5(1)   Any member of the Executive Committee may call General Council 
Assemblies after considering existing budgetary conditions and when the 
business of General Council requires that an Assembly be held.
(2)   Subject to subsection (a) below, a special General Council Assembly 
must be called by the President or Elected Secretary upon request from 
five or more Settlements in writing setting forth the reasons for calling 
such a meeting.
(a)	Unless a special resolution is passed by General Council to 
enable payment, Settlements will not be reimbursed for travel, 
accommodation, or any other costs for special meetings.
(3)   The General Council shall hold an Annual Assembly on or before the 
30th of September in each year to receive and deal with General Council's 
annual report, audited statements, and other business affecting General 
Council.  
(4)   A General Council meeting may be held by teleconferencing or other 
communication facilities that allow all persons participating in the meeting 
to hear each other.
(5)   Providing there is sufficient funds within the General Council budget, 
Board meetings and meetings of standing committees established by 
General Council may be held as often as the business of the General 
Council requires and shall be called by the Executive Officer responsible 
for chairing the meeting.
Notice and Supporting Materials for General Council meetings
6(1)   The Elected Secretary shall provide 14 days written notice to each 
Settlement Administrator either by mail, fax, or email.  However, the 
notice period may be waived by special resolution on or before the 
meeting date.  

(2)   A copy of the proposed meeting agenda and supporting materials 
must also be sent out five (5) working days before the meeting.  This 
requirement may also be waived by special resolution on or before the 
meeting date.  
Part 4 
The Chair
Duties of the chair
7   Every General Council meeting must include an officer of the General 
Council Executive to preside as chair and ensure proceedings are 
conducted in a proper and orderly manner.
Chair of General Council Assemblies
8(1)   The President shall preside as chair for General Council Assemblies, 
unless s/he is unavailable, in which case:
(a)	the Vice President shall preside as chair; or
(b)	if neither is available, then the Elected Secretary or Treasurer 
shall preside as chair.
Substitute chairs
9(1)   A substitute chair shall be named when:
(a)	the regular chair is absent, refuses to act, or is removed; 
(b)   the regular chair is the subject of a motion questioning his or her 
actions or decisions;
(c)   the regular chair wishes to leave the meeting for a short while.  
(2)   When a substitute chair is required, the regular chair shall name 
another officer of the General Council Executive to act as the substitute 
chair until such time as he or she is able to once again resume his or her 
duties.
(3)  If no other officers of the General Council Executive are available, the 
regular chair may name any member of the General Council present at the 
meeting to act as the substitute chair until such time as he or she is able to 
once again resume his or her duties.
Chair's rights at meetings
10(1)   The chair cannot move or second a motion or propose amendments 
while occupying the chair.    
(2)   However, unless a quorum of meeting participants object, the chair 
may participate in discussion of the merits of a motion. 
(3)   If the quorum objects, the chair should "vacate" the chair and 
name a substitute chair until discussion is concluded.  
Part 5 
The Treasurer and Elected Secretary
Duties of the Treasurer
11(1)   The Treasurer is responsible for managing and accounting for the 
funds of the General Council.    

(2)   Once every quarter, the Treasurer shall give a brief report at General 
Council meetings summarizing all General Council receivables and 
expenditures for the period and calling attention to any unusual items.

(3)   The Treasurer's brief report is not adopted.  The Treasurer will allow 
for questions and then state that the report will be filed for audit.

(4)   The books, accounts and records of the Treasurer shall be audited at 
least once each year by a duly qualified accountant and upon completion a 
copy of the audit shall be provided to each settlement.  

(5)   It is the responsibility of the Treasurer to submit the audit at the 
General Council Annual Assembly.
Duties of the Elected Secretary
12   In addition to those other duties set out in this Policy and elsewhere, it 
is the duty of the Elected Secretary to submit an annual report at the 
General Council Annual Assembly summarizing the business of General 
Council over the past year.
Part 6 
Quorum, Voting, Agendas and Minutes
Quorum 
13(1)   Unless otherwise allowed by the Act or other General Council 
Policy,  a Settlement shall be considered to have a quorum at a General 
Council Assembly meeting if there are three or more councillors 
representing that Settlement in the meeting room.

(a)	Members of the General Council cannot be represented by proxy.

(b)	Five Settlements constitute a quorum at General Council 
Assembles.

(2)   For all other General Council meetings, quorum shall depend on the 
terms of reference for that Board or Committee.         
Losing quorum 
14   If quorum is lost,  the meetings may be converted into an information 
session but no motions may be passed.   
Voting
15(1)   For the purposes of making decisions at General Council 
Assemblies, each Settlement has one vote.

(a)	A quorum of at least three councillors is required before a 
Settlement can vote for or against any motion. 

(2)   For all other General Council meetings, voting privileges depend on 
the terms of reference for that Board or Committee. 
Preparation and notice of agenda items
16   Agendas shall be prepared before the meeting by the Elected Secretary 
in consultation with the person who will chair the General Council meeting 
and sent to each Settlement in accordance with the notice provisions set 
out in this Policy. 
Adopting the agenda
17   Agendas may be adopted by ordinary resolution.
Amending the agenda
18(1)   The order of items on the agenda may be re-numbered or changed 
by the chair at any time if no member objects, or, 
(a)	If a member objects to re-numbering the order, the agenda may 
be re-numbered or changed by ordinary resolution. 
(2)   New items may be added to the agenda through ordinary resolution, 
or,
(a)   if the item proposed to be added is, in the opinion of the chair, of 
a minor or routine nature, then the proposed item may be added to the 
agenda if no one objects.  
Keeping Minutes
19(1)   The Elected Secretary is responsible for the keeping of proper 
minutes of all General Council meetings

(2)   The minutes of General Council meetings must contain:
(a)	the date, time and place of the meeting; 
(b)	a statement that a quorum was present, or a list of members of 
General Council present, or both;
(c)	a statement that proper notice was given (a copy of the notice and 
proof of mailing or faxing or emailing may be attached);
(d)	the motions that were passed and the motions that were defeated; 
(e)	the name of the Settlement that makes the motion and the name 
of the Settlement that seconds motions passed or defeated, and the 
count for the vote; 
(f)	other business that was transacted or proposals that were raised; 
(g)	the report of officers and committees (in full or summarized or 
attached) an explanation of how they were dealt with; and
(h)	commentary from Settlement Councillors with a special notation 
when the Councillor indicates s/he is expressing a privately held 
opinion and not the opinion of Settlement Council. 
Part 7 
Opening Meetings
Procedure for opening meetings
20   The procedure for opening a General Council meeting is as follows:
(a)	the chair calls the meeting to order on time; 
(b)   a "recording" secretary is named or acknowledged;
(c)   the chair files proof of the notice of the meeting with the 
recording secretary for inclusion in the meeting minutes;
(d)   the chair reports on whether a quorum is present;
(e)   if there is a quorum as set out in section 13(1)(b) of this Policy, 
the chair asks for a motion to adopt the agenda;
i.		If there is not quorum of Councils 
within 30 minutes of the scheduled 
start time, the meeting may be  
adjourned at the discretion of chair.  
The chair will consider any special 
circumstances  related to the lack of 
quorum.  
ii.		If the meeting is adjourned,  an 
informal information session may 
still be conducted if the parties who 
are present so desire. 
(f)   The chair asks for a motion to verify as correct the minutes of the 
previous meeting.   
Part 8 
Motions
Procedure for proposing a motion
21   The procedure for proposing a motion is as follows:
(a)	a member having the right to vote indicates to the chair his or her 
desire for the floor and when recognized, proposes the motion; 
(b)   unless otherwise stated, all motions require a seconder and if no 
seconder is found  after the third call by the chair, the motion is 
rejected;
(c)   the chair considers its relevance and form, if the motion is not 
worded respectfully or if it is substantially the same as a motion 
already voted on that day, or if it negates the main motion, or if it is 
inconsistent with the Accord legislation or otherwise out of order, the 
chair may rule the motion out of order;
(d)   if there is any confusion about the wording of the motion, or any 
doubt as to its meaning and effect, the chair may ask the mover of the 
motion to explain, clarify, or amend his or her motion;
(e)   if the chair is satisfied the motion is in order, he or she then asks 
for discussion on the motion;
(f)   when discussion has ended, the chair restates the motion in its 
final form after all amendments and asks for the vote;  and
(g)   the chair declares the result of the vote.  
General conditions and etiquette
22(1)   The following conditions and etiquette apply to all motions:
(a)	Subject to exceptions for sub-amendments set out in s. 24(5)(a) 
and s. 37(3)(g) of this Policy, there can be only one proposal or 
question on the floor at a time; 
(b)	 a motion shall contain only one proposition;
(c)	do not interrupt a member who has been assigned the floor;
(d)   the chair can require a long motion to be submitted in writing;
(e)   the maker of a motion has the first right to speak to it;
(f)   a member can vote against his or her own motion, but cannot 
speak against it;
(g)   a member can modify his own motion before it is stated by the 
chair or seconded; 
(h)   a member can also offer an amendment after his motion has been 
stated by the chair or seconded; and
(i)   a member can withdraw his motion up to the time it has been 
stated by the chair or seconded, and after that it can only be withdrawn 
with the consent of a majority of the Settlements as determined by the 
chair by asking whether there are any objections and if only three or 
fewer objections, grant permission to withdraw the motion.  

(2)   The chair should rule out of order motions that:
(a)	conflict with Accord legislation;
(b)   repeat the same question on the same day;
(c)   conflict with an already adopted motion;
(d)   operate outside the scope of General Council; or
(e)   appear incorrect, frivolous, rude or to simply waste time. 
Part 9 
Amendments
Amendable motions
23   Amendments are motions to provide alternatives to the main motion 
on the floor.   
Conditions of amendment
24(1)   A motion may be amended any number of times by adding, deleting, 
or substituting words or figures, but only one amendment or sub-
amendment may be on the floor at any one time. 
(2)	 An amendment to a motion must be relevant to the motion, and may be 
either compatible with or hostile to the motion.  It cannot be of such a 
nature that the original motion (or amendment) loses its identity or essence.  
If the proposed amendment does not comply with this rule, it is out of 
order. 
(3)   An amendment to a motion must not be simply a negation or reversal 
of it.  It must accomplish more than what a vote against the motion would 
accomplish.  If the proposed amendment does not accomplish this, it is out 
of order. 
(4)   If there is no objection from the meeting, the mover of the original 
motion may voluntarily accept a suggestion from his or colleagues to 
amend his or her original motion and modify his or her motion accordingly.  
However, once the original motion has been seconded, the motion belongs 
to the meeting, not to the mover and a formal amendment will then be 
required. 
(5)	A motion to amend:
(a)	   takes precedence over a main motion, but does not allow a 
speaker to be interrupted;
(b)	requires seconding;
(c)	is debatable as to the amendment only;
(d)	is amendable (by sub-amendment)
(e)	requires the same majority as the main motion to which it is 
attached.
Procedure for amending a motion
25(1)   The procedure for amending a motion is as follows:
(a)	a motion to amend a motion under discussion is made by a person 
having the right to vote;
(b)   the chair considers the relevancy and form of the motion to 
amend, and if satisfied that it is in order, accepts it and calls for 
discussion on the amendment;
(c)   if there is any confusion about the wording of the amendment, or 
any doubt as to its exact meaning and effect, the chair may ask the 
mover of the amendment to repeat, explain or clarify it;
(d)   discussion is open and must be confined to the amendment only, 
not to the original motion;
(e)   when discussion is ended, the chair restates the motion to amend 
before the vote is taken; and
(f)   the vote is taken and the chair declares the results. 

(2)   If the motion to amend is defeated or tied, the amendment is dropped 
and the original motion is proceeded with in the form originally proposed.

(3)   If the amendment is carried, the original motion is reworded to 
incorporate the amendment and is then proceeded with in its form as if it 
were the original motion.
Sub-amendments
26(1)   Motions that amend a proposed amendment are called sub-
amendments.  Only one sub-amendment is in order at a time. 
(2)	Sub-amendments must be relevant to, but not a negation of the 
amendment it proposes to amend. 
(3)	The sub-amendment is voted on before the amendment.  If the sub-
amendment is carried, the original amendment is reworded accordingly.  If 
it is defeated or tied, the sub-amendment is dropped and the original 
amendment remains on the floor and is once again open for discussion and 
amendment. 
Part 10 
Discussion
Discussion generally
27(1)   Meetings should be conducted in a way that respects freedom of 
expression and ensures every member has an equal opportunity to speak 
and to be heard.  To enable this, the chair has the power and duty to stop 
some speakers, redirect other speakers and generally encourage the 
expression of different views on the subject.  All remarks must be 
addressed to the chair.     

(2)   Discussion at a General Council meeting:
(a)   can only take place on a debatable motion or amendment, or in 
response to a specific or general request from the chair for an 
expression of views on a stated topic;
(b)   is conducted under the supervision of the chair in accordance with 
these Rules of Order;
(c)   must be relevant to the subject, impersonal and always directed to 
the chair;
(d)   if it concerns an amendment, must be limited to the amendment.

(3)   Every member of General Council has an inherent right to enter into 
the discussion, unless he is ruled out of order and loses the floor.  This 
right may be suspended only by another member seeking to make a motion 
or demand that has a higher order of precedence than the motion under 
discussion.  
Opening the discussion
28(1)   Only the mover of a motion (or amendment) may speak to the 
motion before it has been seconded.     

(2)   Discussion shall not commence until the motion (or amendment) has 
been properly moved, seconded, and the chair repeats the motion and 
invites discussion. 
The floor
29(1)   A member who wishes to speak must raise his or her hand to 
convey to the chair his or her desire to speak, but may not speak until 
recognized by the chair.  When recognized, s/he has the floor and may 
speak.     

(2)   If several voters request the floor simultaneously, the chair determines 
the order in which they are to speak.  

(3)   If the chair rules a speaker out of order, the speaker loses the floor and 
must discontinue speaking.  

(4)   Interruptions will only be allowed when a member is:
(a)   raising a question of general or personal privilege indicating that 
the speaker cannot be heard, that information is missing, or the chair 
has misstated the member's remarks;
(b)   moving a short recess or break in the meeting, in which case the 
motion should state the length of the recess or time for reconvening 
and requires a seconder;
(c)   raising a point of order to alert the members to a breach of 
procedure as well as requiring the chair to defend a ruling;
(d)   appealing a decision of the chair and, if seconded, requiring the 
chair to submit the ruling to the majority vote of the members;
(e)   requesting permission to withdraw a motion before it is stated by 
the chair.
Speakers
30   Every member of General Council shall be afforded a fair and 
reasonable opportunity to speak and has a right to speak at least once on 
each motion and at least once on each amendment.  The mover may speak 
a second time to explain his or her motion and answer question on it.  The 
mover may not speak against the motion, but may vote against it.       
Limiting the time
31   The time allowed for discussion and length of speeches may be 
limited, within reason, by the chair or by an ordinary resolution of the 
meeting.         
Closing the discussion
32(1)   When the discussion has ended or upon the moving and seconding 
of a non-debatable motion as set out in section (2) below, the chair shall 
call for a vote.  If discussion has taken place for a reasonable time and 
viewpoints for and against have been given, the chair may call for a 
"question" to the motion and move to an immediate vote on the motion.    

(2)   A motion to vote immediately or to close discussion, if carried, stops 
all discussion, prevents additional amendments from being attached to the 
main motion and brings the motion to an immediate vote.  If this motion is 
carried, the main motion is put to a vote without further discussion.  If it is 
defeated, discussion continues.  

(3)   A motion to vote immediately:
(a)   takes precedence over all other procedural motions;
(b)   allows a speaker to be interrupted;
(c)   if defeated, can be renewed after other speakers have intervened.   
Motion to refer to a committee
33(1)   A motion to refer, if carried, refers the question to the Board or a 
committee for consideration and recommendation.  This motion may have 
attached to it an appointment of a committee.  If it is a motion that the 
Board or a committee has already considered it is a motion to "refer back."

(2)  This motion may be used to have the main motion considered by a 
smaller group, which should give it more thorough consideration, 
especially if the subject matter is complex.    

(3)   A motion to refer to committee:
(a)   does not allow a speaker to be interrupted;
(b)   allows the discussion to be interrupted in order to move this 
motion;
(c)   requires seconding;
(d)   is amendable only as to the items referred and as to recipient 
Board or committee;
(f)    is debatable only as to the propriety of referring the motion to the 
Board or a committee; and
(g)   has no precedence except over the main motions and 
amendments, and applies only to main motions.
Part 11 
Reconsidering Resolutions and Motions
Reconsidering resolutions and motions
34(1)   A member having second thoughts about a motion that has been 
passed with his or her support, or a motion that has been defeated with his 
or her support, may introduce a  motion to reconsider.     

(2)   A motion to reconsider may only be made once.  If passed, it rescinds 
the vote on the original motion and reopens it for discussion.

(3)   A motion to reconsider a motion may be made at any time provided 
no one has already acted on it.    
(4)   A motion to reconsider may be made in the following form:
"I move that the resolution to [describe resolution] that was 
passed/defeated on [date] be reconsidered."
(5)   A motion to reconsider a resolution:
(a)   allows the discussion to be interrupted in order to move this 
motion;
(b)   requires seconding;
(c)   is not amendable;
(d)    is debatable, if the original motion was debatable;
(e)   takes precedence over main motions; 
(f)   requires the same majority as the resolution which it seeks to have 
reconsidered; and
(g)   cannot be moved a second time.
Expunging from the minutes
35(1)   If a resolution or defeated motion appearing in the minutes of a 
meeting is embarrassing or otherwise undesirable, all reference to it may 
be expunged by a motion to expunge.  

(2)   To expunge, the offensive minutes are crossed out and, in the margin, 
the following words are added:

"Expunged by the General Council on [date]"

(3)   No copies or extracts of the expunged minutes may be made.  

(4)   The procedure for a motion to expunge is the same as the procedure to 
reconsider a resolution.  
Part 12 
Closing the Meeting
Closing motions
36(1)   Closing motions are used to conclude the meeting, adjourn the 
meeting to a fixed date or to an undetermined date, or to recess the 
meeting.       

(2)   The chair's duty is to continue the meeting until all its business has 
been concluded. Unless there is clear support for a closing motion, the 
chair need not accept a closing motion if, in his or her opinion, it is an 
abuse of privilege or is moved merely to obstruct business. 
(3)   A motion to close the meeting:
(a)   allows the discussion to be interrupted in order to move this 
motion;
(b)   requires seconding;
(c)    is amendable and debatable only as to the time and place of 
reconvening;
(d)   takes precedence over main motions; and
(e)   cannot be moved immediately after a similar motion has been 
defeated, unless other business has intervened. 
Effect on the agenda
37   If passed, a motion to adjourn or recess the meeting has no effect on 
the agenda.  Unfinished business is taken up when the meeting reconvenes.       
Adjournment by the chair
38(1)   The chair may, with the consent of the meeting, adjourn the 
meeting from time to time and from place to place as determined by the 
members.  

(2)   The chair has no power to close the meeting without the consent of 
the meeting except:
(a)   where discussion has degenerated and the transaction of business 
has become impossible;
(b)   when quorum is lost; or
(c)   when all the business of the meeting has been concluded.  

(3)   If the chair has properly adjourned the meeting, it cannot be continued 
by the members.  
Recessing the meeting
39(1)   The chair may entertain a motion to recess if the meeting becomes 
heated or out of control, or if the session is too long.  

(2)   This motion suspends the meeting for a short time (not more than a 
couple of hours) to reconvene on the same day.  
Reconvened meeting
40(1)   The reconvened meeting is deemed to be a continuation of the 
meeting.  The chair presiding at the original meeting is entitled to preside 
at the reconvened meeting.  

(2)   New business not covered in the notice of the original meeting may 
not be transacted unless a new and proper notice, or appropriate waiver, is 
given.



Passed on the 3rd reading this 15th day of December, 2005, in the City of Edmonton, 
Province of Alberta.



___________________________	_________________________
MSGC President	MSGC Secretary
Solicitor General and Public Security
Designation of Qualified Technician Appointment
(Intoxilyzer 5000C)
Calgary Police Service 
Donovan, Rosa Roberta 
Happner, Leigh Elizabeth 
Joels, Michelle Colleen
(Date of Designation February 9, 2006)
Sustainable Resource Development
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the period October 1, 2005 to December 31, 2005
Function: 100 Years of Forestry, Lands & Wildlife 
Purpose: Opportunity to increase staff identification with the organization, provide 
better and/or mutual understanding of the department, and to celebrate the historical 
significance of the department's past. 
Amount: $31,607.63 
Date: September 8, 2005 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Function: Species at Risk Initiatives, Conservation and Management Discussions 
Purpose: Meeting held with Canadian Wildlife Service, Alberta Fish & Wildlife, 
Parks Canada and Fisheries & Oceans Canada to discuss data collection and sharing, 
recovery planning, critical habitat, stewardship and land use guidelines. 
Amount: $1,206.13 
Date: September 13 - 14, 2005 
Location: Waterton Lakes Park, Alberta
Function: R11 Public Involvement Process 
Purpose: Meetings between government and public representatives to resolve issues 
surrounding the R11 forest management plan. 
Amount: $1,201.00 
Date: September 14 - 16, 2005 
Location: Nordegg, Alberta
Function: Annual Conference of the Canadian Council of Geomatics (CCOG) 
Purpose: Hosting a 3 day annual conference of the CCOG for 40 provincial, territorial 
and federal delegates from across Canada. 
Amount: $11,738.40 
Date: October 15 - 19, 2005 
Location: Banff, Alberta
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Alberta Fishery Regulations, 1998
Notice of Variation Order 50-2005
Commercial Fishing Seasons
The close times and quotas set out in Schedule 8 to the Alberta Fishery Regulations in 
respect of the waters listed in the Schedule to this Notice have been varied by 
Variation Order 50-2005 by the Director of Fisheries Management in accordance with 
section 3 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 50-2005 commercial fishing is permitted in accordance 
with the following schedule.
SCHEDULE 
PART 1
Item - 1 
Column 1 Waters - In respect of: (64)McGregor Lake (18-22-W4) 
Column 2 Gear - Gill net not less than 140 mm mesh 
Column 3 Open Time - A. In respect of McGregor Lake excluding the following 
portions: 
- that portion north of the southern boundaries of sections 25 and 26-18-22-W4 and 
30-18-21-W4;
- that portion which is south of secondary road 531: 08:00 hours February 27, 2005 to 
16:00 hours March 31, 2006
B. In respect of all other waters:
Closed.
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 41,500 kg; 2) Walleye: 325 kg; 3) 
Yellow perch: 1 kg; 4) Northern pike: 1,185 kg; 5) Tullibee: 1 kg; 6) Lake trout: 1 kg.
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Notice of Variation Order 51-2005
The close times and quotas set out in Schedule 8 to the Alberta Fishery Regulations in 
respect of the waters listed in the Schedule to this Notice have been varied by 
Variation Order 51-2005 by the Director of Fisheries Management in accordance with 
section 3 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 51-2005 commercial fishing is permitted in accordance 
with the following schedule.
SCHEDULE 
PART 1
Item - 1 
Column 1 Waters - In respect of: (116)Touchwood Lake (67-10-W4) 
Column 2 Gear - Gill net not less than 140 mm mesh 
Column 3 Open Time - 08:00 hours March 3, 2006 to 16:00 hours March 14, 2006.
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 9,000 kg; 2) Walleye: 150 kg; 3) 
Yellow perch: 200 kg; 4) Northern pike: 300 kg; 5) Tullibee: 5,000 kg; 6) Lake trout: 
100 kg.
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Notice of Variation Order 52-2005
The close times and quotas set out in Schedule 8 to the Alberta Fishery Regulations in 
respect of the waters listed in the Schedule to this Notice have been varied by 
Variation Order 52-2005 by the Director of Fisheries Management in accordance with 
section 3 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 52-2005 commercial fishing is permitted in accordance 
with the following schedule.
SCHEDULE 
PART 1
Item - 1 
Column 1 Waters - In respect of: (122) Utikuma Lake (79-10-W5) 
Column 2 Gear - Gill net not less than 140 mm mesh 
Column 3 Open Time - 08:00 hours January 11, 2006 to 16:00 hours January 14, 
2006;
08:00 hours January 23, 2006 to 16:00 hour January 26, 2006; 
08:00 hours February 27, 2006 to 16:00 hours March 2, 2006.
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 150,000 kg; 2) Walleye: 500 kg; 
3) Yellow perch: 500 kg; 4) Northern pike: 30,000 kg; 5) Tullibee: 3,000 kg; 6) Lake 
trout: 1 kg.
______________
Notice of Variation Order 53-2005
The close times and quotas set out in Schedule 8 to the Alberta Fishery Regulations in 
respect of the waters listed in the Schedule to this Notice have been varied by 
Variation Order 53-2005 by the Director of Fisheries Management in accordance with 
section 3 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 53-2005 commercial fishing is permitted in accordance 
with the following schedule.
This Variation Order applies to the holders of Metis Commercial Fishing Licences.
SCHEDULE 
PART 2
Item - 1 
Column 1 Waters - In respect of: (4) Utikuma Lake (79-10-W5) 
Column 2 Gear - Gill net not less than 140 mm mesh 
Column 3 Open Time - 08:00 hours January 2, 2006 to 16:00 hours January 7, 2006;
08:00 hours March 10, 2006 to 16:00 hours March 15, 2006..
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 150,000 kg; 2) Walleye: 500 kg; 
3) Yellow perch: 500 kg; 4) Northern pike: 30,000 kg; 5) Tullibee: 3,000 kg; 6) Lake 
trout: 1 kg.
ADVERTISEMENTS
Notice of Application for Private Bill
Amendments to the Edmonton Community Foundation Act 
NOTICE is hereby given that petitions will be submitted by the Edmonton 
Community Foundation to the Lieutenant Governor and the Legislative Assembly of 
the Province of Alberta at its next session for the passage of a Bill to amend the 
Edmonton Community Foundation Act to modernize its governance to facilitate its 
ability to be responsive to the community it serves. 
Any person whose rights or property are materially affected by the proposed 
legislation may contact the Legislative Assembly in writing no later than the 15th day 
following the opening day of session should they wish to make a representation 
relevant to this application. Correspondence should be addressed to the Office of 
Parliamentary Counsel, 800 Legislature Annex, 9718 - 107 Street, Edmonton, 
Alberta,T5K 1E4. Telephone (780) 422-4837. Fax (780) 427-0744.
DATED at Edmonton, Alberta, this 1st day of March, 2006.
Edmonton Community Foundation 
9910 - 103 Street NW 
Edmonton, Alberta 
T5K 2V7
Irrigation Notice
Enforcement Return
(Irrigation Districts Act)
Raymond Irrigation District
Notice is hereby given that the Trial Coordinator of Alberta Justice has fixed 
Tuesday, May 23, 2006, as the day on which, at 2:00 p.m., a Judge will sit at the 
Courthouse, 320 - 4 Street South, Lethbridge, Alberta, T1J 1Z8, for the purpose of 
confirmation of the 2006 Enforcement Return of the Raymond Irrigation District 
covering charges assessed for the year 2003 and subsequent penalties and GST 
charges.
Dated at Raymond, Alberta, February 15, 2006.
5-6	Gordon ZoBell, Manager.
______________
Western Irrigation District
Notice is hereby given that a Justice of the Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta has 
fixed Monday, May 15, 2006 as the day on which, at the hour of 10:00 a.m., or so 
soon thereafter as the application can be heard, the Court will sit in Chambers, at the 
Court House, 611 - 4th Street S.W. in Calgary, Alberta, for the purpose of 
confirmation of the Enforcement Return for the Western Irrigation District covering 
rates assessed for the year 2004 and prior years.
Dated at Strathmore, Alberta, February 17, 2006.
5-6	James Webber, General Manager.
Notice of Certificate of Intent to Dissolve
(Business Corporations Act)
Notice is hereby given that a Certificate of Intent to Dissolve was issued to 
Tumbleweed Realty Ltd. on February 9, 2006.
Dated at Brooks, Alberta, February 10, 2006.
D.H. Bell, Solicitor
Public Sale of Land
(Municipal Government Act)
County of St. Paul No. 19
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the County of St. Paul No. 19 will offer for sale, by public auction, in the County 
Office, St. Paul, Alberta, on Tuesday, May 9, 2006, at 1:30 p.m., the following lands:
Pt. 
of 
Sec.
Sec
Twp
Rge
M
Acres
Lot
Block
Plan
C of T.
NW
26
56
5
4
1.84
-
1
7721244
982091742
NW
6
58
6
4
96.00



992236909
SW
7
58
6
4
45.88



992236909001
SW
27
62
10
4
159.00



125Y276
NW
15
58
10
4
79.70



942039991

Location
Lot
Block
Plan
C. of T.
Ashmont
8
4
1379CL
952328540
Elkland Subdivision
15
3
8021475
842086890
Heinsburg
19
2
4950EO
952154714
Lindbergh
18-21
1
1336EO
952106784
Lac Bellevue
5
3
7622172
012145821
Lac St. Cyr
3
1
3225NY
922058841
Floatingstone Lake
54
2
7622036
962078097
Floatingstone Lake
83
5
7920309
032056737
Laurier Lake
24
2
8021891
862200665
Laurier Lake
8
1
8021891
932204509
Lottie Lake
6
9
8121231
952281213
Lower Mann Lake
6
1
7922505
992128644
Lower Therien Lake
11
1
7521646
952185754
Lower Therien Lake
69
2
7521646
962229613
Vincent Lake
25
1
7621284
912171045
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.
These properties are being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis, and the 
County of St. Paul makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to 
the adequacy of services, soil conditions, land use districting, building and 
development conditions, absence or presence of environmental contamination, or the 
developability of the subject property for any intended use by the Purchaser.
The County of St. Paul No. 19 may, after the public auction, become the owner of any 
parcel of land not sold at the public auction.
All Bidders or their Agents must be present at the Public Auction.
Terms: Cash.  The above properties may be subject to G.S.T.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at St. Paul, Alberta, February 22, 2006.
P. Kim Heyman, County Administrator.
______________
County of Wetaskiwin No. 10
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the County of Wetaskiwin No. 10 will offer for sale, by public auction, in the County 
Office at Westaskiwin, Alberta, on Monday, May 8, 2006, at 9:30 a.m., the following 
lands:
Roll #
C. of T.  
or Linc
Plan; Block; Lot
Mer-Rge-Twp-Sec
Parcel Size  
(Acres)
79378
752023167
3907U;Y
4-23-46-24 NE
1.410
85601
972381973
5904MC;;A
4-23-47-4 NE
5.42
130903
012227894
7822160;1;3
4-24-47-24 NW
2.04
142800
022309928
02255097;1;1
4-25-46-1 SW
82.19
303500
012261852
9824005;;1
5-1-47-25 SE
80.26
303501
032084308
0123935;2;3
5-1-47-25 SE
19.77
310901
012270964

5-2-45-35 NE
80.00
346675
892165719
3838ET;7;4
5-3-46-18 SE
.330
418403
982273337
8122288;1;3
5-5-46-30 NE
.930
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 County of Wetaskiwin No. 10 may, after the public auction, become the owner of 
any parcel of land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: 10% Cash Deposit and balance payable by cash or certified cheque within 48 
hours.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Wetaskiwin, Alberta, February 8, 2006.
Rod Hawken, Director of Finance.
______________
Municipal District of Rocky View No. 44
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Municipal District of Rocky View No. 44 will offer for sale, by public auction, in 
the Municipal Office, 911-32 Ave N.E., Calgary, Alberta, on Friday, May 5, 2006, at 
2:00 p.m., the following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
C. of T.
Roll

1
9410164
961003437
03306001
1
9
0111146
051011704002
04726037

9
9411465
051011704003
04726039
2

9010113
901133258
06718010

1
9410535
941075760
07110002

1
9211885
921271088
07805007
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 Rocky View No. 44 may, after the public auction, become 
the owner of any parcel of land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Cash or certified cheque. 
Deposit:  10% of bid at the time of the sale May 5, 2006 
Balance: 90% of bid within 30 days of receipt by the Municipal District of Rocky 
View No. 44 Goods and Services tax (GST) applicable as per Federal Statutes.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Calgary, Alberta, February 14, 2006.
Kent Robinson, Acting Director of Finance and Systems.
______________
Town of Coaldale
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Town of Coaldale will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Town Office 
located at 1920 - 17 Street, Coaldale, Alberta, on Thursday, May 4, 2006, at 10:00 
a.m., the following lands:
Roll #
Lot
Block
Plan
C. of T.
116092110
14
3
8410568
001081391
116172100
20
2
57GG
951059855
121151200
2
A
8127JK
001076880
210072200
29
9
8111688
831055160
217081800
3
18
8210668
951281694
219042000
14
10
9512162
951209913+1
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.
These parcels are being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis, and the Town of 
Coaldale makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the 
adequacy of services, soil conditions, land use districting, building and development 
conditions, absence or presence of environmental contamination, or the developability 
of the subject property for any intended use by the Purchaser.
No bid will be accepted where the bidder attempts to attach conditions precedent to 
the sale of any parcel.  No terms and conditions of sale will be considered other than 
those specified by the Town.
The Town of Coaldale may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel 
of land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Cash, certified cheque or money order.  GST will apply on lands sold at the 
public auction
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Coaldale, Alberta, February 27, 2006.
George Lejbjuk, Director of Corporate Services.






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  Section 222(1)(bb) provides that General Council, after consultation with the Minister, may make, 
amend, or repeal General Council Policies "respecting the notice required and procedures 
for General Council meetings or public or special meetings called by the General 
Council."
  Section 222(1)(ii) provides that General Council, after consultation with the Minister, may make, 
amend, or repeal General Council Policies "respecting the internal management and affairs 
of the General Council including 
(i)    the calling of, conduct of and procedure at its meetings;
(iv) the functions, powers and duties of General Council officers and their executive 
decision-making and signing authority, both individually and collectively; and
(v)  the process and procedure for considering and voting on resolutions and policies, 
including public notice and consultation with Settlement members."
  For clarity, officers of the General Council cannot move or second a motion at any time.  
  Quorum shall be tracked by the Chair.  When quorum is lost, the Chair shall notify the group that 
quorum is lost and shall instruct that the minute-taker note the time and cause related to 
losing quorum.
  For clarity, business transacted when there is no quorum is void.

  "Special circumstances" could include (but is not limited to) difficult weather conditions, 
community or other unavoidable meetings delaying a Council's presence, and knowledge 
of any other circumstance that helps the chair to determine whether a Council or Councils 
will arrive within a reasonable timeframe.  When a Council is running late, or unable to 
attend a General Council Assembly, it is up to that Council to contact the chair and let him 
or her know about their special circumstances.     
 Minutes
- The minutes of the previous meeting should be verified, but failure to do so does not make them 
invalid. 
- Anyone who was present at the meeting may point out errors or omissions in the minutes and move 
that the minutes be verified with correcting deletions or additions.
- The chair and/or Elected Secretary should sign a copy of the minutes after a resolution verifying 
their correctness has been passed.
- The safest course for a member of General Council who does not want to be associated with a 
specific resolution is to raise an objection either at the meeting at which the original motion was 
passed, or at the subsequent meeting, and to ask that his or her objection be noted in the minutes.    
  This part of the procedure is also known as putting the question to a vote
  For example, a resolution cannot be reconsidered if: 
- It is a resolution that authorizes payment to be made and that payment has been made;
- It was for the election or an appointment of someone to an office and that person was present or was 
notified;
- It approved a contract and the other party to the contract was present or was notified; or
- It was a motion to close.
 
 
 
 
THE ALBERTA GAZETTE, PART I, MARCH 15, 2006