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The Alberta Gazette
Part I
Vol. 102	Edmonton, Saturday, December 30, 2006	No. 24
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
Education
Ministerial Order (#047/2006)
(School Act)
	I, Gene Zwozdesky, Minister of Education, pursuant to Sections 219 and 220 of 
the School Act, make the Order in the attached Appendix, being The Beaumont 
Roman Catholic Separate School District No. 660 Establishment Order.
Dated at Edmonton, Alberta, December 5, 2006.
Gene Zwozdesky, Minister.
APPENDIX
The Beaumont Roman Catholic Separate School District No. 660
Establishment Order
1	Pursuant to Sections 219 and 220 of the School Act, The Beaumont Roman 
Catholic Separate School District No. 660 is established.

2	The Beaumont Roman Catholic Separate School District No. 660 shall be 
comprised of the following lands which are included in The Beaumont 
School District No. 741 and which are properly assessable for separate 
school purposes under the provisions of Sections 153 to 160 of the School 
Act:

Township 50, Range 23, West of the 4th Meridian
	Northwest quarter of Section 30; West half of Section 31.

	Township 50, Range 24, West of the 4th Meridian
Sections 25 to 29 inclusive; Sections 32 to 36 inclusive; Northeast quarters 
of Sections 20 and 30; North halves of Sections 21, 22, 23, and 24.

	Township 51, Range 23, West of the 4th Meridian
	Sections 5 to 8 inclusive.

	Township 51, Range 24, West of the 4th Meridian
	Sections 1 to 4 inclusive; Sections 9 to 12 inclusive.
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Ministerial Order (#048/2006)
(School Act)
	I, Gene Zwozdesky, Minister of Education, pursuant to Section 239 of the 
School Act, make the Order in the attached Appendix, being The Leduc Roman 
Catholic Separate School District No. 132 (The St. Thomas Aquinas Roman Catholic 
Separate Regional Division No. 38 - Leduc Ward) Boundary Adjustment Order.
Dated at Edmonton, Alberta, December 5, 2006.
Gene Zwozdesky, Minister.
APPENDIX
The Leduc Roman Catholic Separate School District No. 132
(The St. Thomas Aquinas Roman Catholic Separate Regional Division 
No. 38 - Leduc Ward)
Boundary Adjustment Order

1	Pursuant to Section 239 of the School Act, all of the lands are taken from 
the following school district and are added to The Leduc Roman Catholic 
Separate School District No. 132:

The Beaumont Roman Catholic Separate School District No. 660

2	Pursuant to Section 239 of the School Act, The Beaumont Roman Catholic 
Separate School District No. 660 is dissolved.

3	The Leduc Roman Catholic Separate School District No. 132 (Leduc Ward) 
shall be comprised of the following lands:
    
    Township 49, Range 24, West of the 4th Meridian
Sections 30 and 31; West half of Section 19 lying South of the South 
boundary of Plan 904 N.Y.

	Township 49, Range 25, West of the 4th Meridian
Sections 13 and 14; Sections 23 to 27 inclusive; Sections 34 to 36 inclusive; 
East halves of Sections 15, 22, 28, and 33.

	Township 50, Range 23, West of the 4th Meridian
	Northwest quarter of Section 30; West half of Section 31.

	Township 50, Range 24, West of the 4th Meridian
Sections 6 and 7; Sections 18 and 19; Sections 25 to 36 inclusive; North 
halves of Sections 20, 21, 22, 23, and 24.

	Township 50, Range 25, West of the 4th Meridian
Section 1 to 3 inclusive; Sections 9 to 17 inclusive; Sections 19 to 36 
inclusive; North half and Southeast quarter of Section 18. 

	Township 50, Range 26, West of the 4th Meridian
	Sections 24 and 25; Section 36; Northeast quarter of Section 13.

	Township 51, Range 23, West of the 4th Meridian
	Sections 5 to 8 inclusive.

	Township 51, Range 24, West of the 4th Meridian
	Sections 1 to 12 inclusive.

Township 51, Range 25, West of the 4th Meridian
Sections 1 to 4 inclusive; Sections 9 to 12 inclusive; Those portions of 
Sections 5, 6, 7, and 8 lying South and East of the North Saskatchewan 
River.

Township 51, Range 26, West of the 4th Meridian
	That portion of Section 1 lying East of the North Saskatchewan River.
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Ministerial Order (#049/2006)
(School Act)
	I, Gene Zwozdesky, Minister of Education, pursuant to Section 239 of the 
School Act, make the Order in the attached Appendix, being The Leduc School 
District No. 297 (The Black Gold Regional Division No. 18) Boundary Adjustment 
Order.
Dated at Edmonton, Alberta, December 5, 2006.
Gene Zwozdesky, Minister.
APPENDIX
The Leduc School District No. 297
(The Black Gold Regional Division No. 18)
Boundary Adjustment Order

1	Pursuant to Section 239 of the School Act, all of the lands are taken from 
the following school districts and are added to The Leduc School District 
No. 297:

(a)	The Great West School District No. 486

(b)	The Beaumont School District No. 741

2	Pursuant to Section 239 of the School Act, the following school districts are 
dissolved:

(a)	The Great West School District No. 486

(b)	The Beaumont School District No. 741

3	The Leduc School District No. 297 shall be comprised of the following 
lands:

Township 49, Range 24, West of the 4th Meridian
Sections 30 and 31; West half of Section 19 lying South of the South 
boundary of Plan 904 N.Y.

	Township 49, Range 25, West of the 4th Meridian
Sections 13 and 14; Sections 23 to 27 inclusive; Sections 34 to 36 inclusive; 
East halves of Sections 15, 22, 28, and 33.

	Township 50, Range 23, West of the 4th Meridian
	Northwest quarter of Section 30; West half of Section 31.

	Township 50, Range 24, West of the 4th Meridian
Sections 6 and 7; Sections 18 and 19; Sections 25 to 36 inclusive; North 
halves of Sections 20, 21, 22, 23, and 24.

	Township 50, Range 25, West of the 4th Meridian
Sections 1 to 3 inclusive; Sections 9 to 17 inclusive; Sections 19 to 36 
inclusive; North half and Southeast quarter of Section 18.

	Township 50, Range 26, West of the 4th Meridian
	Sections 24 and 25; Section 36; Northeast quarter of Section 13.

	Township 51, Range 23, West of the 4th Meridian
	Sections 5 to 8 inclusive.

	Township 51, Range 24, West of the 4th Meridian
	Sections 1 to 12 inclusive.

	Township 51, Range 25, West of the 4th Meridian
Sections 1 to 4 inclusive; Sections 9 to 12 inclusive; Those portions of 
Sections 5, 6, 7, and 8 lying South and East of the North Saskatchewan 
River.

	Township 51, Range 26, West of the 4th Meridian
	That portion of Section 1 lying East of the North Saskatchewan River.
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 "Production Allocation Unit Agreement - Hussar Viking 
Agreement" and that the Unit became effective on July 1, 2006.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Alberta Energy and Utilities Board
Union of Utilities
(Public Utilities Act)
Notice is hereby given pursuant to s.109 of the Public Utilities Act, R.S.A. 2000 
c. P-45, that the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board has approved the union of the 
public utilities, EPCOR Distribution Inc. and EPCOR Transmission Inc., effective 
January 1, 2007.  The merged entity will take the name EPCOR Distribution & 
Transmission Inc.
Government Services
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Infrastructure and Transportation
Sale or Disposition of Land
(Government Organization Act)
Name of Purchaser:  Hillsrivercity Inc. 
Consideration:  $449,000 
Land Description:  Plan 9021500, Block 18, Lots 73-76, 78-81, 83-85.  Excepting 
thereout all mines and minerals.  Located in the Town of Swan Hills.
Name of Purchaser:  (S.P.A.N.) St. Paul Abilities Network (Society) 
Consideration:  $1 
Land Description:  Plan 8220575, Block 5, Lot C.  Excepting thereout all mines and 
minerals.  Area: 2.2 Hectares (5.44 acres) more or less.  Located in the town of St. 
Paul.
Name of Purchaser:  Alain Eugene Joly 
Consideration:  $3,500 
Land Description:  Plan 9822895, Lot 6.  Excepting thereout all mines and minerals.  
Located in the County of St. Paul No. 19.
Name of Purchaser:  Wayne Robert Sinclair and Glenda Rose Sinclair 
Consideration:  $154,000 
Land Description:  Plan 8921525, Block 29, Lot 38.  Excepting thereout all mines 
and minerals.  Located in the Town of Swan Hills.


Name of Purchaser:  Grant Rezewski and Gisele Rezewski 
Consideration:  $92,000 
Land Description:  Plan 2955TR, Block 19, Lot 10.  Excepting thereout all mines 
and minerals.  Located in the Town of Swan Hills.
Name of Purchaser:  Irene Ness 
Consideration:  $7,500 
Land Description:  Plan 8620943, Block 2, Lot 18.  Containing 1.39 hectares (3.42 
acres) more or less.  Excepting thereout all mines and minerals.  Located in theCounty 
of St. Paul No. 19.
Name of Purchaser:  Yanal Abzakh and Suzan Kardan 
Consideration:  $7,000 
Land Description:  Plan 8620943, Block 2, Lot 19.  Containing 1.34 hectares (3.3 
acres) more or less.  Excepting thereout Plan 9822145 Road, 0.828 hectares (2.05 
acres more or less).  Excepting thereout all mines and minerals.  Located in theCounty 
of St. Paul No. 19.
Alberta Securities Commission
AMENDMENTS TO NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 51-102  
Continuous Disclosure Obligations  
 
(Securities Act)
 
Made as an amendment rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on December 29, 
2006 pursuant to sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
1.	National Instrument 51-102 Continuous Disclosure Obligations is amended 
by this Instrument.
2.	Section 1.1 is amended by,
a.	renumbering section 1.1 as subsection 1.1(1),
b.	repealing the definition of "approved rating",
c.	adding the following after the definition of "date of acquisition":
"electronic format" has the same meaning as in National 
Instrument 13-101 System for Electronic Document Analysis and 
Retrieval (SEDAR);
"equity investee" means a business that the issuer has invested in 
and accounted for using the equity method;
d.	repealing the definition of "executive officer" and substituting 
the following:
"executive officer" means, for a reporting issuer, an individual 
who is
(a)	a chair, vice-chair or president;
(b)	a vice-president in charge of a principal business unit, division 
or function including sales, finance or production; or
               (c)	performing a policy-making function in respect of the issuer;
e.	in the definition of "interim period", 
i.	adding "a non-standard year or" after "in the case of a 
year other than" in paragraph (a),
ii.	striking out "or" at the end of paragraph (a), and
iii.	adding the following after paragraph (a):
(a.1)	in the case of a non-standard year, a period 
commencing on the first day of the financial 
year and ending within 22 days of the date that 
is nine, six or three months before the end of the 
financial year; or
f.	adding the following after the definition of "investment fund":
"issuer's GAAP" has the same meaning as in National Instrument 
52-107 Acceptable Accounting Principles, Auditing Standards and 
Reporting Currency;
g.	adding the following after the definition of "new financial year":
"NI 54-101" means National Instrument 54-101 Communication 
with Beneficial Owners of Securities of a Reporting Issuer;
"non-standard year" means a financial year, other than a transition 
year, that does not have 365 days, or 366 days if it includes 
February 29;
h.	repealing the definition of "published market",
i.	in the definition of "recognized exchange", 
i.	striking out "and" at the end of paragraph (a), and
ii.	adding the following after paragraph (a):
(a.1)	in Qu‚bec, a person or company authorized by 
the securities regulatory authority to carry on 
business as an exchange; and 
j.	adding the following after the definition of "restricted voting 
security":
        "restructuring transaction" means
(a)	a reverse takeover;
        (b)	an amalgamation, merger, arrangement or reorganization;
(c)	a transaction or series of transactions involving a 
reporting issuer acquiring assets and issuing securities 
that results in
(i)	new securityholders owning or controlling more 
than 50% of the reporting issuer's outstanding 
voting securities; and 
(ii)	a new person or company, a new combination 
of persons or companies acting together, the 
vendors of the assets, or new management
(A)	being able to materially affect the 
control of the reporting issuer; or
(B)	holding more than 20% of the 
outstanding voting securities of the 
reporting issuer, unless there is 
evidence showing that the holding of 
those securities does not materially 
affect the control of the reporting 
issuer; and
(d)	any other transaction similar to the transactions listed in 
paragraphs (a) to (c),
but does not include a subdivision, consolidation, or other 
transaction that does not alter a securityholder's proportionate 
interest in the issuer and the issuer's proportionate interest in its 
assets;
k.	in the definition of "reverse takeover", striking out "by which an 
enterprise obtains ownership of the securities of another enterprise 
but, as part of the transaction, issues enough voting securities as 
consideration that control of the combined enterprise passes to the 
securityholders of the acquired enterprise" and substituting "that 
the issuer is required under the issuer's GAAP to account for as a 
reverse takeover",
l.	in the definition of "reverse takeover acquiree", striking out ", as 
that term is used in the Handbook,",
m.	in the definition of "reverse takeover acquirer", striking out ", as 
that term is used in the Handbook, whose securityholders control 
the combined enterprise as a result of" and substituting "in",
n.	in the definition of "SEC issuer", striking out "a reporting" and 
substituting "an", 
o.	in the definition of "solicit", 
i.	at the end of paragraph (e), striking out "or", and
ii.	adding the following after paragraph (f):
(g)	sending, by an intermediary as defined in NI 
54-101, of the documents referred to in NI 54-
101;
(h)	soliciting by a person or company in respect of 
securities of which the person or company is the 
beneficial owner;
(i)	publicly announcing, by a securityholder, how 
the securityholder intends to vote and the 
reasons for that decision, if that public 
announcement is made by
        (i)	a speech in a public forum; or
(ii)	a press release, an opinion, a statement 
or an advertisement provided through 
a broadcast medium or by a 
telephonic, electronic or other 
communication facility, or appearing 
in a newspaper, a magazine or other 
publication generally available to the 
public;
(j)	communicating for the purposes of obtaining 
the number of securities required for a 
securityholder proposal under the laws under 
which the reporting issuer is incorporated, 
organized or continued or under the reporting 
issuer's constating or establishing documents; 
or
(k)	communicating, other than a solicitation by or 
on behalf of the management of the reporting 
issuer, to securityholders in the following 
circumstances:
(i)	by one or more securityholders 
concerning the business and affairs of 
the reporting issuer, including its 
management or proposals contained in 
a management information circular, 
and no form of proxy is sent to those 
securityholders by the securityholder 
or securityholders making the 
communication or by a person or 
company acting on their behalf, unless 
the communication is made by
(A)	a securityholder who is an 
officer or director of the 
reporting issuer if the 
communication is financed 
directly or indirectly by the 
reporting issuer;
(B)	a securityholder who is a 
nominee or who proposes a 
nominee for election as a 
director, if the 
communication relates to the 
election of directors;
(C)	a securityholder whose 
communication is in 
opposition to an 
amalgamation, arrangement, 
consolidation or other 
transaction recommended or 
approved by the board of 
directors of the reporting 
issuer and who is proposing 
or intends to propose an 
alternative transaction to 
which the securityholder or 
an affiliate or associate of the 
securityholder is a party;
(D)	a securityholder who, 
because of a material interest 
in the subject-matter to be 
voted on at a 
securityholder's meeting, is 
likely to receive a benefit 
from its approval or non-
approval, which benefit 
would not be shared pro rata 
by all other holders of the 
same class of securities, 
unless the benefit arises from 
the securityholder's 
employment with the 
reporting issuer; or
(E)	any person or company 
acting on behalf of a 
securityholder described in 
any of clauses (A) to (D); 
(ii)	by one or more securityholders and 
concerns the organization of a 
dissident's proxy solicitation, and no 
form of proxy is sent to those 
securityholders by the securityholder 
or securityholders making the 
communication or by a person or 
company acting on their behalf;
(iii)	as clients, by a person or company 
who gives financial, corporate 
governance or proxy voting advice in 
the ordinary course of business and 
concerns proxy voting advice if
(A)	the person or company 
discloses to the 
securityholder any 
significant relationship with 
the reporting issuer and any 
of its affiliates or with a 
securityholder who has 
submitted a matter to the 
reporting issuer that the 
securityholder intends to 
raise at the meeting of 
securityholders and any 
material interests the person 
or company has in relation to 
a matter on which advice is 
given;
(B)	the person or company 
receives any special 
commission or remuneration 
for giving the proxy voting 
advice only from the 
securityholder or 
securityholders receiving the 
advice; and
(C)	the proxy voting advice is 
not given on behalf of any 
person or company soliciting 
proxies or on behalf of a 
nominee for election as a 
director; or
(iv)	by a person or company who does not 
seek directly or indirectly the power to 
act as a proxyholder for a 
securityholder;
p.	in the definition of "transition year", adding "or business" after 
"issuer", wherever it appears, 
q.	in the definition of "venture issuer",
i.	adding "," after "a U.S. marketplace", and
ii.	adding "other than the Alternative Investment Market of 
the London Stock Exchange or the market known as 
OFEX" after "the United States of America", and
r.	adding the following after subsection (1):
(2)	Affiliate - In this Instrument, an issuer is an affiliate of another 
issuer if
(a)	one of them is the subsidiary of the other, or
(b)	each of them is controlled by the same person.
(3)	Control - For the purposes of subsection (2), a person (first 
person) is considered to control another person (second person) if
(a)	the first person, directly or indirectly, beneficially owns 
or exercises control or direction over securities of the 
second person carrying votes which, if exercised, would 
entitle the first person to elect a majority of the directors 
of the second person, unless that first person holds the 
voting securities only to secure an obligation,
(b)	the second person is a partnership, other than a limited 
partnership, and the first person holds more than 50% of 
the interests of the partnership, or
(c)	the second person is a limited partnership and the general 
partner of the limited partnership is the first person.
3.	Part 3 is amended by adding the following after section 3.1:
        3.2	Filings Translated into French or English
	If a person or company files a document under this Instrument that is a 
translation of a document prepared in a language other than French or 
English, the person or company must
(a)	attach a certificate as to the accuracy of the translation to 
the filed document; and
(b)	make a copy of the document in the original language 
available to a registered holder or beneficial owner of its 
securities, on request.
4.	Part 4 is amended by,
a.	in the heading preceding section 4.1, striking out "Auditor's 
Report" and substituting "Audit",
b.	in subsection 4.1(2), striking out "accompanied by an auditor's 
report" and substituting "audited",
c.	in the preamble to section 4.2, 
i.	adding "audited" before "annual financial statements", 
and
ii.	striking out "and auditor's report",
d.	in section 4.3,
i.	repealing subsection 4.3(1) and substituting the 
following:
(1)	Subject to sections 4.7 and 4.10, a reporting issuer 
must file interim financial statements for interim 
periods ended after it became a reporting issuer.
ii.	in subsection (2), striking out  "and 4.8(8)" and 
substituting ", 4.8(8) and 4.10(3)", and
iii.	in subsection (4), adding "that is a reporting issuer" 
after "If an SEC issuer", 
e.	in section 4.6,
i.	in subsection (2), striking out "National Instrument 54-
101 Communication with Beneficial Owners of Securities 
of a Reporting Issuer" and substituting "NI 54-101",
ii.	repealing subsection (3) and substituting the following:
(3)	If a registered holder or beneficial owner of securities, 
other than debt instruments, of a reporting issuer requests 
the issuer's annual or interim financial statements, the 
reporting issuer must send a copy of the requested 
financial statements to the person or company that made 
the request, without charge, by the later of,
(a)	in the case of a reporting issuer other than a 
venture issuer, 10 calendar days after the filing 
deadline in subparagraph 4.2(a)(i) or 4.4(a)(i), 
section 4.7, or subsection 4.10(2), as applicable, 
for the financial statements requested; 
(b)	in the case of a venture issuer, 10 calendar days 
after the filing deadline in paragraph 4.2(b)(i) or 
4.4(b)(i), section 4.7, or subsection 4.10(2), as 
applicable, for the financial statements requested; 
and
(c)	10 calendar days after the issuer receives the 
request. , and
iii.	in subsection (5), striking out "all" and adding ", within 
140 days of the issuer's financial year-end and in 
accordance with NI 54-101" after "debt instruments".
f.	in subsection 4.7(1), adding "of the issuer" before "were included 
in a document filed";
g.	in section 4.8, 
i.	in subsection (1), striking out "This section does not 
apply to an SEC issuer" and substituting "An SEC issuer 
satisfies this section", and
ii.	in subsection (5), striking out "paragraph 4.3(1)(b)" and 
substituting "subsection 4.3(1)" and striking out 
"within" and substituting "not more than",
h.	repealing section 4.9 and replacing it with the following:
4.9	Change in Corporate Structure
If an issuer is party to a transaction that resulted in, 
(a)	the issuer becoming a reporting issuer other than by filing a 
prospectus; or 
        (b)	if the issuer was already a reporting issuer, in 
(i)	the issuer ceasing to be a reporting issuer,
(ii)	a change in the reporting issuer's financial year end, 
or
(iii)	a change in the name of the reporting issuer;
the issuer must, as soon as practicable, and in any event not later 
than the deadline for the first filing required under this Instrument 
following the transaction, file a notice stating
(c)	the names of the parties to the transaction;
(d)	a description of the transaction;
(e)	the effective date of the transaction;
(f)	the name of each party, if any, that ceased to be a 
reporting issuer after the transaction and of each 
continuing entity;
(g)	the date of the reporting issuer's first financial year-end 
after the transaction if paragraph (a) or subparagraph 
(b)(ii) applies;
(h)	the periods, including the comparative periods, if any, of 
the interim and annual financial statements required to be 
filed for the reporting issuer's first financial year after the 
transaction, if paragraph (a) or subparagraph (b)(ii) 
applies; and
(i)	what documents were filed under this Instrument that 
described the transaction and where those documents can 
be found in electronic format, if paragraph (a) or 
subparagraph (b)(ii) applies.
i.	in section 4.10,
i.	repealing paragraph (2)(a) and substituting the 
following:
	(a)	file the following financial statements for the 
reverse takeover acquirer, unless the financial 
statements have already been filed:
(i)	financial statements for all annual and 
interim periods ending before the date of 
the reverse takeover and after the date of 
the financial statements included in an 
information circular or similar document, 
or under Item 5.2 of the Form 51-102F3 
Material Change Report, prepared in 
connection with the transaction; or
(ii)	if the reporting issuer did not file a 
document referred to in subparagraph (i), 
or the document does not include the 
financial statements for the reverse 
takeover acquirer that would be required to 
be included in a prospectus, the financial 
statements prescribed by the form of 
prospectus, other than a short form 
prospectus under National Instrument 44-
101 Short Form Prospectus Distributions, 
that the reverse takeover acquirer would be 
eligible to use for a distribution of 
securities in the jurisdiction;
ii.	in paragraph (2)(c), 
1.	striking out "and" at the end of subparagraph 
(ii),
2.	striking out "." and adding "; and" at the end 
of subparagraph (iii), and
3.	adding the following after subparagraph (iii):
(iv)	the filing deadline in paragraph (b).
iii.	adding the following after subsection (2):
(3)	Comparative Financial Information in Interim 
Financial Statements after a Reverse Takeover - A 
reporting issuer is not required to provide comparative 
interim financial information for the reverse takeover 
acquirer for periods that ended before the date of a reverse 
takeover if
(a)	to a reasonable person it is impracticable to 
present prior-period information on a basis 
consistent with subsection 4.3(2);
(b)	the prior-period information that is available is 
presented; and
(c)	the notes to the interim financial statements 
disclose the fact that the prior-period information 
has not been prepared on a basis consistent with 
the most recent interim financial information. , 
and
j.	in section 4.11,
i.	in subsection (1), repealing the definition of "relevant 
period" and substituting the following:
        "relevant period" means the period 
(a)	commencing at the beginning of the reporting 
issuer's two most recently completed financial 
years and ending on the date of termination or 
resignation; or
(b)	during which the former auditor was the 
reporting issuer's auditor, if the former auditor 
was not the reporting issuer's auditor 
throughout the period described in paragraph 
(a);
ii.	in subsection (3), adding "the following three conditions 
are met:" before subparagraph (3)(a)(i),
iii.	in subsection (4), striking out "This section does not 
apply to an SEC issuer" and substituting "An SEC issuer 
satisfies this section",
iv.	in clauses (5)(a)(ii)(B) and (6)(a)(ii)(B), striking out 
"applicable", and
v.	in subsection (8), striking out "British Columbia," and 
"applicable".
5.	Part 5 is amended by,
a.	in section 5.1, 
i.	adding the following after subsection (1):
(1.1)	Despite subsection (1), a reporting issuer does 
not have to file MD&A relating to the annual 
and interim financial statements required under 
sections 4.7 and 4.10 for financial years and 
interim periods that ended before the issuer 
became a reporting issuer.
ii.	in paragraph (2)(a), striking out ", 4.4 and 4.7" and 
substituting "and 4.4", and
iii.	in paragraph (2)(b), striking out ", 4.3(1) or 4.7(1)" and 
substituting "or 4.3(1)",
b.	in section 5.2,
i.	repealing subsection (1) and substituting the following:
(1)	If an SEC issuer that is a reporting issuer is filing its annual 
or interim MD&A prepared in accordance with Item 303 of 
Regulation S-K or Item 303 of Regulation S-B under the 
1934 Act, the SEC issuer must file that document on or 
before the earlier of
(a)	the date the SEC issuer would be required to file 
that document under section 5.1; and
(b)	the date the SEC issuer files that document with 
the SEC.
(1.1)	An SEC issuer that is a reporting issuer must file a 
supplement prepared in accordance with subsection (2) at 
the same time it files its annual or interim MD&A, if the 
SEC issuer 
(a)	has based the discussion in the MD&A on 
financial statements prepared in accordance with 
U.S. GAAP; and
(b)	is required by subsection 4.1(1) of National 
Instrument 52-107 Acceptable Accounting 
Principles, Auditing Standards and Reporting 
Currency to provide a reconciliation to Canadian 
GAAP. , and
ii.	in subsection (2), striking out "(1)" and substituting 
"(1.1)",
c.	in paragraph 5.3(2)(b), adding "year-to-date" after "and the 
comparative",
d.	in section 5.6,
i.	repealing subsection (1) and substituting the following:
(1)	If a registered holder or beneficial owner of 
securities, other than debt instruments, of a 
reporting issuer requests the reporting issuer's 
annual or interim MD&A, the reporting issuer 
must send a copy of the requested MD&A and any 
MD&A supplement required under section 5.2 to 
the person or company that made the request, 
without charge, by the delivery deadline set out in 
subsection 4.6(3) for the annual or interim 
financial statements to which the MD&A relates. 
,  and
ii.	in subsection (3), 
1.	striking out "all", and
2.	adding ", within 140 days of the issuer's 
financial year-end and in accordance with NI 
54-101" after "holders of debt instruments", 
and
e.	adding the following after section 5.6:
5.7	Additional Disclosure for Reporting Issuers with Significant 
Equity Investees 
(1)	A reporting issuer that has a significant equity investee 
must disclose in its MD&A, or in its MD&A supplement 
if one is required under section 5.2, for each period 
referred to in subsection (2),
(a)	summarized information as to the assets, 
liabilities and results of operations of the equity 
investee; and
(b)	the reporting issuer's proportionate interest in 
the equity investee and any contingent issuance 
of securities by the equity investee that might 
significantly affect the reporting issuer's share 
of earnings.
(2)	The disclosure in subsection (1) must be provided for the 
following periods:
(a)	in the case of annual MD&A, for the two most 
recently completed financial years; and
(b)	in the case of interim MD&A, for the most 
recent year-to-date interim period and the 
comparative year-to-date period presented in 
the interim financial statements. 
(3)	Subsection (1) does not apply if 
(a)	the information required under that subsection 
has been disclosed in the financial statements to 
which the MD&A or MD&A supplement 
relates; or
(b)	the issuer files separate financial statements of 
the equity investee for the periods referred to in 
subsection (2).
6.	Part 6 is amended by repealing section 6.3.
7.	Part 7 is amended by,
a.	in subsection 7.1(1)(a), striking out "a senior" and substituting 
"an executive", and
b.	 in subsection 7.1(7) striking out "paragraph 1(a)" and 
substituting "subsection (1)".
8.	Part 8 is amended by,
a.	in subsection 8.1(1),
i.	in the definition of "business", adding "to which 
reserves, as defined in National Instrument 51-101 
Standards of Disclosure for Oil and Gas Activities, have 
been specifically attributed" after "oil and gas property", 
and
ii.	 repealing subsection (2) and replacing it with the 
following:
(2)	This Part does not apply to a transaction that is a 
reverse takeover. 
b.	in the heading preceding section 8.2, adding "and Filing 
Deadline" after "Business Acquisition Report",
c.	renumbering section 8.2 as subsection 8.2(1) and adding the 
following after subsection (1):
(2)	Despite subsection (1), if the most recently completed 
financial year of the acquired business ended 45 days or 
less before the date of acquisition, a reporting issuer must 
file a business acquisition report 
(a)	within 90 days after the date of acquisition, in 
the case of an issuer other than a venture issuer, 
or
(b)	within 120 days after the date of acquisition, in 
the case of a venture issuer.
d.	in section 8.3,
i.	in subsection (1), adding "and subsections 8.10(1) and 
8.10(2)" after "subsection (3)",
ii.	in subsection (3), adding "and subject to subsections 
8.10(1) and 8.10(2)" after "Despite subsection (1)",
iii.	in paragraph (4)(a), 
1.	striking out ", as at the last day of the reporting 
issuer's most recently completed interim 
period,",
2.	striking out "as at the last day of the reporting 
issuer's" and substituting "calculated using the 
financial statements of each of the reporting 
issuer and the business or the related businesses 
for the", and
3.	adding "or financial year of each" after 
"completed interim period",
iv.	 in paragraph 4(b), adding "or financial year" after 
"recently completed interim period" and striking out 
"ended before the date of the acquisition",
v.	in paragraph (4)(c),
1.	renumbering item 1. and item 2. as 
subparagraph (i) and subparagraph (ii), 
respectively,
2.	striking out "item 1." and substituting 
"subparagraph (i)", 
3.	striking out "item 2." and substituting 
"subparagraph (ii)",
4.	in subparagraph (i) and (ii), striking out 
"The", and substituting "the",
5.	in clauses (i)(A) and (ii)(A), striking out ", or" 
and substituting "; or", and
6.	in clause (i)(B), striking out "." and 
substituting ";",
vi.	repealing subsection (5) and substituting the following:
(5)	If an acquisition does not meet any of the 
significance tests under subsection (4), the 
acquisition is not a significant acquisition.
vii.	repealing subsections (8) and (9) and substituting the 
following:
(8)	Application of the Income Test if Lower 
Than Average Income for the Most Recent 
Year - For the purposes of paragraph (2)(c) and 
clause (4)(c)(ii)(A), if the reporting issuer's 
consolidated income from continuing operations 
for the most recently completed financial year 
was lower by 20 percent or more than its 
average consolidated income from continuing 
operations for the three most recently completed 
financial years, the issuer may, subject to 
subsection (10), substitute the average 
consolidated income from continuing operations 
for the three most recently completed financial 
years in determining whether the significance 
test set out in paragraph (2)(c) or (4)(c) is 
satisfied.
(9)	Application of the Optional Income Test if 
Lower Than Average Income for the Most 
Recent Year - For the purpose of clause 
(4)(c)(ii)(B) if the reporting issuer's 
consolidated income from continuing operations 
for the most recently completed 12-month 
period was lower by 20 percent or more than its 
average consolidated income from continuing 
operations for the three most recently completed 
12-month periods, the issuer may, subject to 
subsection (10), substitute the average 
consolidated income for the three most recently 
completed 12-month periods in determining 
whether the significance test set out in 
paragraph (4)(c) is satisfied. ,
viii.	in paragraph 11(c), adding "reporting" after "audited 
annual financial statements of the",
ix.	adding the following after subsection (11):
(11.1)	Application of the Optional Income Test based on Pro 
Forma Financial Information. For the purposes of 
calculating the optional income test under clause 
(4)(c)(ii)(A), a reporting issuer may use pro forma 
consolidated income from continuing operations for its 
most recently completed financial year that was included in 
a previously filed document if
(a)	the reporting issuer has made a significant acquisition 
of a business after its most recently completed 
financial year; and
(b)	the previously filed document included
(i)	audited annual financial statements of that 
acquired business for the periods required by 
this Part; and
(ii)	the pro forma financial information required by 
subsection 8.4(5) or (6). , and
x.	adding the following after subsection (14):
(15)	Application of Significance Tests - Use of Previous 
Audited Financial Statements - Despite subsections (2) 
and (4), the significance of an acquisition of a business or 
related businesses may be calculated using the audited 
financial statements for the financial year immediately 
preceding the reporting issuer's most recently completed 
financial year if the reporting issuer has not been required 
to file, and has not filed, audited financial statements for its 
most recently completed financial year.
e.	repealing section 8.4 and substituting the following:
	8.4	Financial Statement Disclosure for Significant Acquisitions
	(1)	Comparative Annual Financial Statements - If a reporting issuer 
is required to file a business acquisition report under section 8.2, 
subject to sections 8.6 through 8.11, the business acquisition report 
must include the following for each business or related businesses:

(a)	an income statement, a statement of retained earnings and a 
cash flow statement for the following periods:
(i)	if the business has completed one financial year,
(A)	the most recently completed financial year 
ended on or before the date of acquisition; and
(B)	the financial year immediately preceding the 
most recently completed financial year, if any; 
or
(ii)	if the business has not completed one financial year, the 
financial period commencing on the date of formation 
and ending on a date not more than 45 days before the 
date of acquisition;
(b)	a balance sheet as at the end of each of the periods specified in 
paragraph (a); and
(c)	notes to the financial statements.
	(2)	Audit - The most recently completed financial period referred to 
in subsection (1) must be audited.
	(3)	Interim Financial Statements - Subject to subsection (4) and 
sections 8.6 through 8.11, if a reporting issuer is required to 
include financial statements in a business acquisition report under 
subsection (1), the business acquisition report must include 
financial statements for
(a)	the most recently completed interim period or other 
period that started the day after the date of the balance 
sheet specified in paragraph (1)(b) and ended,
(i)	in the case of an interim period, before the date 
of acquisition; or
(ii)	in the case of a period other than an interim 
period, after the interim period referred to in 
subparagraph (i) and on or before the date of 
acquisition; and
(b)	a comparable period in the preceding financial year of the 
business.
	(4)	Earlier Interim Financial Statements Permitted - Despite 
subsection (3), the business acquisition report may include 
financial statements for a period ending not more than one interim 
period before the period referred to in subparagraph (3)(a)(i) if 
(a)	the business does not, or related businesses do not, 
constitute a material departure from the business or 
operations of the reporting issuer immediately before the 
acquisition;
(b)	the reporting issuer will not account for the acquisition as 
a continuity of interests; and
(c)	either
(i)	the date of acquisition is, and the reporting 
issuer files the business acquisition report, 
within the following time after the business's or 
related businesses' most recently completed 
interim period:
(A)	45 days, if the reporting issuer is not a 
venture issuer; or
(B)	60 days, if the reporting issuer is a 
venture issuer; or
(ii)	the reporting issuer filed a document before the 
date of acquisition that included financial 
statements for the business or related businesses 
that would have been required if the document 
were a prospectus, and those financial 
statements are for a period ending not more than 
one interim period before the interim period 
referred to in subparagraph (3)(a)(i).
(5)	Pro Forma Financial Statements Required in a Business 
Acquisition Report - If a reporting issuer is required to include 
financial statements in a business acquisition report under 
subsection (1) or (3), the business acquisition report must include
(a)	a pro forma balance sheet of the reporting issuer, 
(i)	as at the date of the reporting issuer's most 
recent balance sheet filed, that gives effect, as if 
they had taken place as at the date of the pro 
forma balance sheet, to significant acquisitions 
that have been completed, but are not reflected 
in the reporting issuer's most recent balance 
sheet for an annual or interim period; or
(ii)	if the reporting issuer has not filed a balance 
sheet for any annual or interim period, as at the 
date of the acquired business's most recent 
balance sheet, that gives effect, as if they had 
taken place as at the date of the pro forma 
balance sheet, to significant acquisitions that 
have been completed;
(b)	a pro forma income statement of the reporting issuer that 
gives effect to significant acquisitions completed after the 
ending date of the financial year referred to in clause 
(i)(A) or (ii)(A), as applicable, as if they had taken place 
at the beginning of that financial year, for each of the 
following financial periods:
(i)	the reporting issuer's 
(A)	most recently completed financial year 
for which it has filed financial 
statements; and
(B)	interim period for which it has filed 
financial statements that started after 
the period in clause (A) and ended 
immediately before the date of 
acquisition or, in the reporting issuer's 
discretion, after the date of 
acquisition; or 
(ii)	if the reporting issuer has not filed an income 
statement for any annual or interim period, for 
the business's or related businesses' 
(A)	most recently completed financial year 
that ended before the date of 
acquisition; and
(B)	period for which financial statements 
are included in the business 
acquisition report under paragraph 
(3)(a); and
(c)	pro forma earnings per share based on the pro forma 
financial statements referred to in paragraph (b).
(6)	Pro Forma Financial Statements based on Earlier Interim 
Financial Statements Permitted - Despite paragraph (5)(a) and 
clauses (5)(b)(i)(B) and (5)(b)(ii)(B), if the reporting issuer relies 
on subsection (4), the business acquisition report may include
(a)	a pro forma balance sheet as at the date of the balance 
sheet filed immediately before the reporting issuer's most 
recent balance sheet filed; and
(b)	a pro forma income statement for the period ending not 
more than one interim period before the interim period 
referred to in clause (5)(b)(i)(B) or (5)(b)(ii)(B), as 
applicable.
(7)	Preparation of Pro Forma Financial Statements - If a reporting 
issuer is required to include pro forma financial statements in a 
business acquisition report under subsection (5),
(a)	the reporting issuer must identify in the pro forma 
financial statements each significant acquisition, if the 
pro forma financial statements give effect to more than 
one significant acquisition;
(b)	the reporting issuer must include in the pro forma 
financial statements a description of the underlying 
assumptions on which the pro forma financial statements 
are prepared, cross-referenced to each related pro forma 
adjustment;
(c)	if the financial year-end of the business differs from the 
reporting issuer's year-end by more than 93 days, for the 
purpose of preparing the pro forma income statement for 
the reporting issuer's most recently completed financial 
year, the reporting issuer must construct an income 
statement of the business for a period of 12 consecutive 
months ending no more than 93 days before or after the 
reporting issuer's year-end, by adding the results for a 
subsequent interim period to a completed financial year 
of the business and deducting the comparable interim 
results for the immediately preceding year;
(d)	if a constructed income statement is required under 
paragraph (c), the pro forma financial statements must 
disclose the period covered by the constructed income 
statement on the face of the pro forma financial 
statements and must include a note stating that the 
financial statements of the business used to prepare the 
pro forma financial statements were prepared for the 
purpose of the pro forma financial statements and do not 
conform with the financial statements for the business 
included elsewhere in the business acquisition report;
(e)	if a reporting issuer is required to prepare a pro forma 
income statement for an interim period required by 
paragraph (5)(b), and the pro forma income statement for 
the most recently completed financial year includes 
results of the business which are also included in the pro 
forma income statement for the interim period, the 
reporting issuer must disclose in a note to the pro forma 
financial statements the revenue, expenses, gross profit 
and income from continuing operations included in each 
pro forma income statement for the overlapping period; 
and
(f)	a constructed period referred to in paragraph (c) does not 
have to be audited.
(8)	Financial Statements of Related Businesses - If a reporting 
issuer is required under subsection (1) to include financial 
statements for more than one business because the significant 
acquisition involves an acquisition of related businesses, the 
financial statements required under subsection (1) must be 
presented separately for each business, except for the periods 
during which the businesses have been under common control or 
management, in which case the reporting issuer may present the 
financial statements of the businesses on a combined basis.
f.	repealing section 8.5,
g.	in section 8.6,
i.	in paragraph (a), striking out "an investment accounted 
for using the equity method" and substituting "of an 
equity investee",
ii.	in subparagraphs (b)(i), (b)(ii) and (c)(i), striking out 
"business" and substituting "equity investee" wherever 
it appears, and
iii.	in paragraph (c), striking out "any" and substituting 
"the most recently",
h.	repealing section 8.7,
i.	in section 8.8, 
i.	striking out "8.5" and substituting "8.4", and
ii.	striking out "for two completed financial years",
j.	in section 8.9, striking out "(2)" and substituting "(3)", 
k.	repealing section 8.10 and substituting the following:
        8.10	Acquisition of an Interest in an Oil and Gas Property
(1)	Asset Test - Despite subsections 8.3(2) and 8.3(4), the asset tests 
in paragraphs 8.3(2)(a) and 8.3(4)(a) do not apply to an acquisition
(a)	of a business that is an interest in an oil and gas property 
or related businesses that are interests in oil and gas 
properties; and
(b)	that is not of securities of another issuer.
(2)	Income Test - Despite subsections 8.3(2), 8.3(4), 8.3(8), 8.3(9), 
8.3(10) and 8.3(11.1), a reporting issuer must substitute "operating 
income" for "consolidated income from continuing operations" for 
the purposes of the income test in paragraphs 8.3(2)(c) and 
8.3(4)(c) if the acquisition is one described in subsection (1).
(3)	Exemption from Financial Statement Disclosure - A reporting 
issuer is exempt from the requirements in section 8.4 if
(a)	the significant acquisition is an acquisition described in 
subsection (1);
(b)	the reporting issuer is unable to provide the financial 
statements in respect of the significant acquisition 
otherwise required under this Part because those financial 
statements do not exist or because the reporting issuer 
does not have access to those financial statements;
(c)	the acquisition does not constitute a reverse takeover;
(d)	the business or related businesses did not, immediately 
before the time of completion of the acquisition, 
constitute a "reportable segment" of the vendor, as 
defined in the Handbook;
(e)	subject to subsection (4), in respect of the business or 
related businesses, for each of the financial periods for 
which financial statements would, but for this section, be 
required under section 8.4, the business acquisition report 
includes
(i)	an operating statement presenting for the 
business or related businesses at least the 
following:
        (A)	gross revenue;
        (B)	royalty expenses;
        (C)	production costs; and
        (D)	operating income;
(ii)	a pro forma operating statement of the reporting 
issuer that gives effect to significant 
acquisitions completed after the ending date of 
the reporting issuer's most recently completed 
financial year for which financial statements are 
required to have been filed, as if they had taken 
place at the beginning of that financial year, for 
each of the financial periods referred to in 
paragraph 8.4(5)(b);
(iii)	a description of the property or properties and 
the interest acquired by the reporting issuer; and
(iv)	disclosure of the annual oil and gas production 
volumes from the business or related 
businesses;
(f)	the operating statement for the most recently completed 
financial period referred to in subsection 8.4(1) is 
audited; and
(g)	the business acquisition report discloses
(i)	the estimated reserves and related future net 
revenue attributable to the business or related 
businesses, the material assumptions used in 
preparing the estimates and the identity and 
relationship to the reporting issuer or to the 
vendor of the person who prepared the 
estimates; and
(ii)	the estimated oil and gas production volumes 
from the business or related businesses for the 
first year reflected in the estimates disclosed 
under subparagraph (i).
(4)	Exemption from Alternative Disclosure - A reporting issuer is 
exempt from the requirements of subparagraphs (3)(e)(i), (ii) and 
(iv), if
(a)	production, gross revenue, royalty expenses, production 
costs and operating income were nil for the business or 
related businesses for each financial period; and
(b)	the business acquisition report discloses this fact. , and
l.	in section 8.11, striking out "(3)" and substituting "(5)".
9.	Section 9.5 is amended by 
a.	striking out "from Part 9" in the heading preceding section 9.5,
b.	striking out "This Part does" and substituting "Sections 9.1 to 9.4 
do",
c.	striking out "of the jurisdiction in" and substituting "under"
d.	adding "(a)" after "organized or continued, if", 
e.	striking out "." and substituting "; and", and
f.	adding the following after paragraph (a):
(b)	the person or company promptly files a copy of any 
information circular and form of proxy, or other 
documents that contain substantially similar information, 
sent by the person or company in connection with the 
meeting.;
10.	Part 11 is amended by
a.	in the heading preceding section 11.1, striking out "Filing" and 
substituting "Disclosure";
b.	in subsection 11.1(1), 
i.	striking out "or" at the end of paragraph (1)(a), 
ii.	striking out "." and substituting "; or" at the end of 
paragraph (1)(b), 
iii.	in paragraph (b), adding "under the 1934 Act" after 
"furnishes to the SEC", and
iv.	adding the following after paragraph (1)(b):
(c)	that it files with another provincial or territorial securities 
regulatory authority or regulator other than in connection 
with a distribution.
c.	in subsection 11.1(2),
i.	striking out "and" at the end of paragraph (a), 
ii.	striking out "." and substituting "; and" at the end of 
paragraph (b), and 
iii.	adding the following after paragraph (b):
	(c)	the date on which the reporting issuer files that material 
with the other provincial or territorial securities 
regulatory authority or regulator. , and
d.	adding the following after section 11.4:
11.5	Re-filing Documents
If a reporting issuer decides it will 
(a)	re-file a document filed under this Instrument, or 
(b)	re-state financial information for comparative periods in 
financial statements for reasons other than retroactive 
application of a change in an accounting standard or 
policy or a new accounting standard,
and the information in the re-filed document, or re-stated financial 
information, will differ materially from the information originally 
filed, the issuer must immediately issue and file a news release 
authorized by an executive officer disclosing the nature and 
substance of the change or proposed changes.
11.	Part 12 is amended by,
a.	in subsection 12.1(1), adding "material" before "amendments to 
the following documents", and
b.	in paragraph 12.1(2)(b), striking out "under National Instrument 
13-101 System for Electronic Data Analysis and Retrieval 
(SEDAR)".
12.	Part 13 is amended by,
a.	adding the following after subsection 13.1(2):
(3)	Except in Ontario, an exemption referred to in subsection 
(1) is granted under the statute referred to in Appendix B 
of National Instrument 14-101 Definitions opposite the 
name of the local jurisdiction. 
b.	in subsection 13.3(1), adding the following before the definition 
of "designated exchangeable security":
"designated Canadian jurisdiction" means Alberta, British 
Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario, 
Qu‚bec, or Saskatchewan;
c.	in subsection 13.3(2),
i.	striking out "this Instrument does not apply to",
ii.	adding "satisfies the requirements in this Instrument" 
before "if",
iii.	striking out "direct or indirect" in paragraph (a),
iv.	repealing paragraphs (b), (c), (d), (e) and (f)  and 
substituting the following:
(b)	the parent issuer is either
(i)	an SEC issuer with a class of securities listed or 
quoted on a U.S. marketplace that has filed all 
documents it is required to file with the SEC; or
(ii)	a reporting issuer in a designated Canadian 
jurisdiction that has filed all documents it is 
required to file under this Instrument;
(c)	the exchangeable security issuer does not issue any 
securities, and does not have any securities outstanding, 
other than
(i)	designated exchangeable securities; 
(ii)	securities issued to and held by the parent issuer 
or an affiliate of the parent issuer; 
(iii)	debt securities issued to and held by banks, loan 
corporations, loan and investment corporations, 
savings companies, trust corporations, treasury 
branches, savings or credit unions, financial 
services cooperatives, insurance companies or 
other financial institutions; or
(iv)	securities issued under exemptions from the 
registration requirement and prospectus 
requirement in section 2.35 of National 
Instrument 45-106 Prospectus and Registration 
Exemptions; 
(d)	the exchangeable security issuer files in electronic 
format, 
(i)	if the parent issuer is not a reporting issuer in a 
designated Canadian jurisdiction, copies of all 
documents the parent issuer is required to file 
with the SEC under the 1934 Act, at the same 
time as, or as soon as practicable after, the filing 
by the parent issuer of those documents with the 
SEC; or
(ii)	if the parent issuer is a reporting issuer in a 
designated Canadian jurisdiction, 
(A)	a notice indicating that the 
exchangeable security issuer is relying 
on the continuous disclosure 
documents filed by its parent issuer 
and setting out where those documents 
can be found in electronic format, if 
the parent issuer is a reporting issuer 
in the local jurisdiction; or
(B)	copies of all documents the parent 
issuer is required to file under 
securities legislation, other than in 
connection with a distribution, at the 
same time as the filing by the parent 
issuer of those documents with a 
securities regulatory authority or 
regulator;
(e)	the exchangeable security issuer concurrently sends to all 
holders of designated exchangeable securities all 
disclosure materials that are sent to holders of the 
underlying securities in the manner and at the time 
required by 
(i)	U.S. laws and any U.S. marketplace on which 
securities of the parent issuer are listed or 
quoted, if the parent issuer is not a reporting 
issuer in a designated Canadian jurisdiction; or
(ii)	securities legislation, if the parent issuer is a 
reporting issuer in a designated Canadian 
jurisdiction;
(f)	the parent issuer 
(i)	complies with U.S. laws and the requirements 
of any U.S. marketplace on which the securities 
of the parent issuer are listed or quoted if the 
parent issuer is not a reporting issuer in a 
designated Canadian jurisdiction, or securities 
legislation if the parent issuer is a reporting 
issuer in a designated Canadian jurisdiction, in 
respect of making public disclosure of material 
information on a timely basis; and 
(ii)	immediately issues in Canada and files any 
news release that discloses a material change in 
its affairs;
d.	in subsection 13.3(3),
i.	in the preamble, adding "," after "so long as",
ii.	by repealing paragraphs (a), (b) and (c) and 
substituting the following:
	(a)	if the insider is not the parent issuer,
	(i)	the insider does not receive, in the 
ordinary course, information as to 
material facts or material changes 
concerning the parent issuer before the 
material facts or material changes are 
generally disclosed, and
	(ii)	the insider is not an insider of the 
parent issuer in any capacity other 
than by virtue of being an insider of 
the exchangeable security issuer;
(b)	the parent issuer is the beneficial owner of all of the 
issued and outstanding voting securities of the 
exchangeable security issuer;
(c)	if the insider is the parent issuer, the insider does not 
beneficially own any designated exchangeable 
securities other than securities acquired through the 
exercise of the exchange right and not subsequently 
traded by the insider;
iii.	in paragraph (d), adding "or a reporting issuer in a 
designated Canadian jurisdiction" after "SEC issuer",
iv.	in paragraph (e),
1.	adding "and does not have any securities 
outstanding" after "has not issued any 
securities",
2.	in subparagraph (ii), adding "and held by the 
parent issuer or an affiliate of" after "securities 
issued to" and striking out "or" at the end of 
the subparagraph,
3.	in subparagraph (iii), 
a.	striking out "the parent issuer or to" 
and substituting "and held by",
b.	adding "loan and investment 
corporations, savings companies, " 
after "loan corporations, ",
c.	adding "savings or" after "treasury 
branches, ",  
d.	adding "financial services 
cooperatives, " after "credit unions, ",
e.	striking out "." and substituting "; 
and", and
4.	adding the following after subparagraph (iii):
(iv)	securities issued under exemptions from the 
registration requirement and prospectus 
requirement in section 2.35 of National 
Instrument 45-106 Prospectus and Registration 
Exemptions.
e.	repealing subsections 13.4(1) and (2), and substituting the 
following:,
        (1)	In this section:
"alternative credit support" means support, other than a guarantee, 
for the payments to be made by the issuer, as stipulated in the 
terms of the securities or in an agreement governing rights of, or 
granting rights to, holders of the securities that
(a)	obliges the person or company providing the support to 
provide the issuer with funds sufficient to enable the 
issuer to make the stipulated payments, or
(b)	entitles the holder of the securities to receive, from the 
person or company providing the support, payment if the 
issuer fails to make a stipulated payment;
"credit support issuer" means an issuer of securities for which a 
credit supporter has provided a guarantee or alternative credit 
support;
"credit supporter" means a person or company that provides a 
guarantee or alternative credit support for any of the payments to 
be made by an issuer of securities as stipulated in the terms of the 
securities or in an agreement governing rights of, or granting rights 
to, holders of the securities;
"designated Canadian jurisdiction" means Alberta, British 
Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario, 
Qu‚bec or Saskatchewan;
        "designated credit support securities" means
(a)	non-convertible debt or convertible debt that is 
convertible into securities of the credit supporter; or 
(b)	non-convertible preferred shares or convertible preferred 
shares that are convertible into securities of the credit 
supporter, 
        in respect of which a credit supporter has provided 
        (c)	alternative credit support that
(i)	entitles the holder of the securities to receive 
payment from the credit supporter, or enables 
the holder to receive payment from the credit 
support issuer, within 15 days of any failure by 
the credit support issuer to make a payment; and
(ii)	results in the securities receiving the same 
credit rating as, or a higher credit rating than, 
the credit rating they would have received if 
payment had been fully and unconditionally 
guaranteed by the credit supporter, or would 
result in the securities receiving such a rating if 
they were rated; or 
(d)	a full and unconditional guarantee of the payments to be 
made by the credit support issuer, as stipulated in the 
terms of the securities or in an agreement governing the 
rights of holders of the securities, that results in the 
holder of such securities being entitled to receive 
payment from the credit supporter within 15 days of any 
failure by the credit support issuer to make a payment; 
and
"summary financial information" includes the following line items:
(a)	sales or revenues;
(b)	income from continuing operations;
(c)	net earnings or loss; and
(d) 	unless the accounting principles used to prepare the 
financial statements of the person or company permits the 
preparation of the person or company's balance sheet 
without classifying assets and liabilities between current 
and non-current and the person or company provides 
alternative meaningful financial information which is 
more appropriate to the industry,
(i)	current assets;

(ii)	non-current assets;

(iii)	current liabilities; and

(iv)	non-current liabilities.

	(1.1)	For the purposes of subparagraph (2)(g)(ii), consolidating 
summary financial information must be prepared on the following 
basis:

(a)	an entity's annual or interim summary financial 
information must be derived from the entity's financial 
information underlying the corresponding consolidated 
financial statements of the credit supporter for the 
corresponding period;

(b)	the credit supporter column of consolidating summary 
financial information must account for investments in all 
subsidiaries under the equity method; and
(c)	the other subsidiaries of the credit supporter column must 
account for these subsidiaries under the equity method.
(2)	Except as provided in this subsection, a credit support issuer 
satisfies the requirements in this Instrument if
(a)	the credit supporter is the beneficial owner of all the 
outstanding voting securities of the credit support issuer;
        (b)	the credit supporter is either
(i)	an SEC issuer that is incorporated or organized 
under the laws of the United States of America 
or any state or territory of the United States of 
America or the District of Columbia and that 
has filed all documents it is required to file with 
the SEC; or
(ii)	subject to subsection (4), a reporting issuer in a 
designated Canadian jurisdiction that has filed 
all documents it is required to file under this 
Instrument;
(c)	the credit support issuer does not issue any securities, and 
does not have any securities outstanding, other than
(i)	designated credit support securities;
(ii)	securities issued to and held by the credit 
supporter or an affiliate of the credit supporter;
(iii)	debt securities issued to and held by banks, loan 
corporations, loan and investment corporations, 
savings companies, trust corporations, treasury 
branches, savings or credit unions, financial 
services cooperatives, insurance companies or 
other financial institutions; or
(iv)	securities issued under exemptions from the 
registration requirement and prospectus 
requirement in section 2.35 of National 
Instrument 45-106 Prospectus and Registration 
Exemptions; 
        (d)	the credit support issuer files in electronic format,
(i)	if the credit supporter is not a reporting issuer in 
a designated Canadian jurisdiction, copies of all 
documents the credit supporter is required to 
file with the SEC under the 1934 Act, at the 
same time or as soon as practicable after the 
filing by the credit supporter of those 
documents with the SEC; or
(ii)	if the credit supporter is a reporting issuer in a 
designated Canadian jurisdiction,
(A)	a notice indicating that the credit 
support issuer is relying on the 
continuous disclosure documents filed 
by the credit supporter and setting out 
where those documents can be found 
for viewing in electronic format, if the 
credit support issuer is a reporting 
issuer in the local jurisdiction; or
(B)	copies of all documents the credit 
supporter is required to file under 
securities legislation, other than in 
connection with a distribution, at the 
same time as the filing by the credit 
supporter of those documents with a 
securities regulatory authority or 
regulator;
(e)	if the credit supporter is not a reporting issuer in a 
designated Canadian jurisdiction, the credit supporter
(i)	complies with U.S. laws and the requirements 
of any U.S. marketplace on which securities of 
the credit supporter are listed or quoted in 
respect of making public disclosure of material 
information on a timely basis; and
(ii)	immediately issues in Canada and files any 
news release that discloses a material change in 
its affairs;
(f)	the credit support issuer issues in Canada a news release 
and files a material change report in accordance with Part 
7 for all material changes in respect of the affairs of the 
credit support issuer that are not also material changes in 
the affairs of the credit supporter;
(g)	the credit support issuer files, in electronic format, in the 
notice referred to in clause (d)(ii)(A) or in or with the 
copy of the interim and annual consolidated financial 
statements filed under subparagraph (d)(i) or clause 
(d)(ii)(B), either
(i)	a statement that the financial results of the 
credit support issuer are included in the 
consolidated financial results of the credit 
supporter, if at that time, 
(A)	the credit support issuer has minimal 
assets, operations, revenues or cash 
flows other than those related to the 
issuance, administration and 
repayment of the securities described 
in paragraph (c), and
(B)	each item of the summary financial 
information of the subsidiaries of the 
credit supporter on a combined basis, 
other than the credit support issuer, 
represents less than 3% of the 
corresponding items on the 
consolidated financial statements of 
the credit supporter being filed or 
referred to under paragraph (d), or
(ii)	for the periods covered by the interim or annual 
consolidated financial statements of the credit 
supporter filed, consolidating summary 
financial information for the credit supporter 
presented with a separate column for each of the 
following:
        (A)	the credit supporter;
        (B)	the credit support issuer;
(C)	any other subsidiaries of the credit 
supporter on a combined basis;
        (D)	consolidating adjustments; and
        (E)	the total consolidated amounts;
(h)	the credit support issuer files a corrected notice under 
clause (d)(ii)(A) if the credit support issuer filed the 
notice with the statement contemplated in subparagraph 
(g)(i) and the credit support issuer can no longer rely on 
subparagraph (g)(i);
(i)	in the case of designated credit support securities that 
include debt, the credit support issuer concurrently sends 
to all holders of such securities all disclosure materials 
that are sent to holders of similar debt of the credit 
supporter  in the manner and at the time required by
(i)	U.S. laws and any U.S. marketplace on which 
securities of the credit supporter are listed or 
quoted, if the credit supporter is not a reporting 
issuer in a designated Canadian jurisdiction; or
(ii)	securities legislation, if the credit supporter is a 
reporting issuer in a designated Canadian 
jurisdiction; and
(j)	in the case of designated credit support securities that 
include preferred shares, the credit support issuer 
concurrently sends to all holders of such securities all 
disclosure materials that are sent to holders of similar 
preferred shares of the credit supporter in the manner and 
at the time required by
(i)	U.S. laws and any U.S. marketplace on which 
securities of the credit supporter are listed or 
quoted, if the credit supporter is not a reporting 
issuer in a designated Canadian jurisdiction; or
(ii)	securities legislation, if the credit supporter is a 
reporting issuer in a designated Canadian 
jurisdiction.

f.	in subsection 13.4(3),
i.	in the preamble, adding "," after "so long as",
ii.	by repealing paragraphs (a), (b), (c) and (d)  and 
substituting the following:
(a)	if the insider is not the credit supporter, 
(i)	the insider does not receive, in the ordinary 
course, information as to material facts or 
material changes concerning the credit 
supporter before the material facts or material 
changes are generally disclosed, and
(ii)	the insider is not an insider of the credit 
supporter in any capacity other than by virtue of 
being an insider of the credit support issuer;
(b)	the credit supporter is the beneficial owner of all the 
issued and outstanding voting securities of the credit 
support issuer;
(c)	if the insider is the credit supporter, the insider does not 
beneficially own any designated credit support securities;
(d)	the credit supporter is either 
(i)	an SEC issuer that is incorporated or organized 
under the laws of the United States of America 
or any state or territory of the United States of 
America or the District of Columbia and that 
has filed all documents it is required to file with 
the SEC; or
(ii)	subject to subsection (4), a reporting issuer in a 
designated Canadian jurisdiction that has filed 
all documents it is required to file under this 
Instrument; and
iii.	in paragraph (e),
1.	adding "and does not have any securities 
outstanding" after "has not issued any 
securities",
2.	in subparagraph (ii), adding "and held by" 
after "issued to" and striking out "or" at the 
end of subparagraph (ii), 
3.	in subparagraph (iii),
a.	adding "and held by" after "issued 
to",
b.	adding "loan and investment 
corporations, savings companies, " 
after "loan corporations, ",
c.	adding "savings or" after "treasury 
branches, ",  
d.	adding "financial services 
cooperatives, " after "credit unions, ", 
and
e.	striking out "." and substituting "; 
or", and
4.	adding the following after subparagraph (iv):
(iv)	securities issued under exemptions 
from the registration requirement and 
prospectus requirement in section 2.35 
of National Instrument 45-106 
Prospectus and Registration 
Exemptions.

g.	adding the following after subsection 13.4(3):
(4)	A credit supporter is not a reporting issuer in a designated 
Canadian jurisdiction for the purposes of subparagraph 
(2)(b)(ii) if the credit supporter complies with a 
requirement of this Instrument by relying on a provision 
of National Instrument 71-102 Continuous Disclosure 
and Other Exemptions Relating to Foreign Issuers.
13.	Part 14 is amended by adding the following as section 14.2:
14.2	Transition
Despite section 14.1, section 5.7 applies for financial years of the reporting 
issuer beginning on or after January 1, 2007.
14.	This amendment comes into force December 29, 2006.
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AMENDMENTS TO 
Form 51-102F1 Management's Discussion and Analysis,
Form 51-102F2 Annual Information Form,
Form 51-102F3 Material Change Report,
Form 51-102F4 Business Acquisition Report,
Form 51-102F5 Information Circular, and
Form 51-102F6 Statement of Executive Compensation 
(Securities Act)
 
Made as an amendment rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on December 29, 
2006 pursuant to sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
1.	Form 51-102F1 Management's Discussion and Analysis, Form 51-102F2 
Annual Information Form, Form 51-102F3 Material Change Report, 
Form 51-102F4 Business Acquisition Report, Form 51-102F5 
Information Circular, and Form 51-102F6 Statement of Executive 
Compensation are amended by this Instrument.
2.	Form 51-102F1 Management's Discussion and Analysis is amended by,
a.	repealing the heading "General Instructions and Interpretation" 
to Part 1 and substituting "General Provisions",
b.	after paragraph (o) to Part 1, adding the following:
(p)	Available Prior Period Information
If you have not presented comparative financial information in 
your financial statements, in your MD&A you must provide prior 
period information relating to results of operations that is 
available.
c.	in Instruction (ii) to section 1.2,
i.	adding "reflects the overall health of the company and" 
after " includes your company's financial position", and
ii.	striking out "and capital resources." and substituting ", 
capital resources and solvency. A discussion of financial 
condition should include important trends and risks that 
have affected the financial statements, and trends and 
risks that are reasonably likely to affect them in the 
future.",
d.	in section 1.5, 
i.	at the end of instruction (iii)(I), striking out "and",
ii.	at the end of instruction (iii)(J), striking out "." and 
substituting "; and", and
iii.	after instruction (iii)(J), adding the following:
(K)	if you have an equity investee that is significant to 
your company, the nature of the investment and 
significance to your company.
e.	in paragraph 1.6(h), 
i.	striking out "anticipated" and substituting "significant 
risk of", 
ii.	in subparagraph (ii), striking out "during the most 
recently completed financial year", and
iii.	adding "or address the risk" after "cure the default or 
arrears",
f.	in section 1.10, adding "If your company has filed separate 
MD&A for its fourth quarter, you may satisfy this requirement by 
incorporating that MD&A by reference." after "business and 
dispositions of business segments.", 
g.	repealing paragraph 1.12(c),
h.	after section 1.12,
i.	striking out the heading "Instruction" and substituting 
"Instructions",
ii.	numbering the paragraph under the heading 
"Instructions" as paragraph (i), and
iii.	adding the following after paragraph (i) under the 
heading "Instructions":
(ii)	As part of your description of each critical 
accounting estimate, in addition to qualitative 
disclosure, you should provide quantitative 
disclosure when quantitative information is 
reasonably available and would provide 
material information for investors. Similarly, in 
your discussion of assumptions underlying an 
accounting estimate that relates to matters 
highly uncertain at the time the estimate was 
made, you should provide quantitative 
disclosure when it is reasonably available and 
it would provide material information for 
investors. For example, quantitative 
information may include a sensitivity analysis 
or disclosure of the upper and lower ends of the 
range of estimates from which the recorded 
estimate was selected.
i.	in paragraph 1.15(b),
i.	adding ", if applicable" after "National Instrument 51-
102",
ii.	at the end of subparagraph (b)(i), striking out "and", 
iii.	at the end of subparagraph (b)(ii), striking out "." and 
substituting "; and", and
iv.	adding the following after subparagraph (b)(ii):
(iii)	Section 5.7 - Additional Disclosure for 
Reporting Issuers with Significant Equity 
Investees. , and
j.	in the instructions after section 2.2,
i.	in paragraph (i), striking out "not an annual" and 
substituting "an interim", 
ii.	in paragraph (i), adding "Base the disclosure, except the 
disclosure for section 1.3, on your interim financial 
statements. Since you do not have to update the 
disclosure required in section 1.3 in your interim MD&A, 
your first MD&A will provide disclosure under section 
1.3 based on your annual financial statements." after "in 
your first MD&A.", and
iii.	adding the following after paragraph (v):
(vi)	In your interim MD&A, update the summary of 
quarterly results in section 1.5 by providing 
summary information for the eight most recently 
completed quarters.
(vii)	Your annual MD&A may not include all the 
information in Item 1 if you were a venture 
issuer as at the end of your last financial year. 
If you ceased to be a venture issuer during your 
interim period, you do not have to restate the 
MD&A you previously filed. Instead, provide 
the disclosure for the additional sections in Item 
1 that you were exempt from as a venture issuer 
in the next interim MD&A you file. Base your 
disclosure for those sections on your interim 
financial statements.

3.	Form 51-102F2 Annual Information Form is amended by, 
a.	repealing the heading "General Instructions and Interpretation" 
to Part 1 and substituting "General Provisions",
b.	in paragraph 1(d), adding "and section 12.2" after "with Item 
10";
c.	in paragraph 1(f), adding ", including any documents 
incorporated by reference into the document or excerpt," before 
"under your SEDAR profile",
d.	repealing section 4.2 and substituting the following:
        4.2	Significant Acquisitions
Disclose any significant acquisition completed by your company during 
its most recently completed financial year for which disclosure is 
required under Part 8 of National Instrument 51-102, by providing a 
brief summary of the significant acquisition and stating whether your 
company has filed a Form 51-102F4 in respect of the acquisition.
e.	preceding subsection 5.1(2), striking out the heading 
"Bankruptcy, etc" and substituting "Bankruptcy and Similar 
Procedures",
f.	in subsection 5.1(2), striking out "and up to the date of the AIF" 
and substituting "or during or proposed for the current financial 
year",
g.	repealing paragraph 5.5(1)(c),
h.	in subsection 5.5(2), striking out "paragraphs (1)(a) and (1)(b) 
above" and substituting "subsection (1)", 
i.	adding the following after subsection 5.5(3):
(4)	Material Changes - To the extent not reflected in the information 
disclosed in response to subsection (1), disclose the information 
contemplated by Part 6 of National Instrument 51-101 Standards of 
Disclosure for Oil and Gas Activities in respect of material changes that 
occurred after your company's most recently completed financial year-
end.
j.	in section 7.3, 
i.	striking out "one or more ratings, including provisional 
ratings, has been received" and substituting "you have 
asked for and received a stability rating, or if you receive 
any other kind of rating, including a provisional rating,",
ii.	adding "approved" after "has been received from one or 
more", 
iii.	in paragraph (a), adding "or stability rating" after "a 
provisional rating", and
iv.	in paragraph (f), adding "or a stability rating" after "a 
security rating",
k.	after subsection 10.2(3),
i.	striking out the heading "Instruction" and substituting 
"Instructions",
ii.	numbering the paragraph under the heading 
"Instructions" as paragraph (i), and
iii.	adding the following after paragraph (i) under the 
heading "Instructions":
(ii)	A management cease trade order is "a cease trade or 
similar order" for the purposes of subparagraph 
10.2(1)(a)(i) and so must be disclosed, whether or 
not the director, executive officer or shareholder was 
named in the order.
(iii)	A late filing fee, such as a filing fee that applies to 
the late filing of an insider report, is not a "penalty 
or sanction" for the purposes of section 10.2.

l.	repealing the heading "Legal Proceedings" to Item 12 and 
substituting "Legal Proceedings and Regulatory Actions",
m.	adding the heading "Legal Proceedings" to section 12.1,
n.	in section 12.1, striking out "Describe any legal proceedings to 
which your company is a party or of which any of its property is 
the subject and any such proceedings known to your company to 
be contemplated, including" and substituting "Describe any legal 
proceedings your company is or was a party to, or that any of its 
property is or was the subject of, during your financial year. 
Describe any such legal proceedings your company knows are 
contemplated. Include", and
o.	adding the following after the Instruction after section 12.1:
12.2	Regulatory Actions
Describe any
(a)	penalties or sanctions imposed against your company by 
a court relating to securities legislation or by a securities 
regulatory authority during your financial year, 
(b)	any other penalties or sanctions imposed by a court or 
regulatory body against your company that would likely 
be considered important to a reasonable investor in 
making an investment decision, and
(c)	settlement agreements your company entered into with a 
court relating to securities legislation or with a securities 
regulatory authority during your financial year.
4.	Form 51-102F3 Material Change Report is amended by
a.	repealing the heading "General Instructions and Interpretation" 
to Part 1 and substituting "General Provisions", and
b.	in Item 5,
i.	numbering the paragraph under the heading for Item 5 
as section 5.1,
ii.	adding the heading "Full Description of Material 
Change" to section 5.1,
iii.	adding the following after section 5.1:
      5.2	Disclosure for Restructuring Transactions
This item applies to a material change report filed in respect 
of the closing of a restructuring transaction under which 
securities are to be changed, exchanged, issued or 
distributed. This item does not apply if, in respect of the 
transaction, your company sent an information circular to 
its securityholders or filed a prospectus or a securities 
exchange takeover bid circular.
Include the disclosure for each entity that resulted from the 
restructuring transaction, if your company has an interest in 
that entity, required by section 14.2 of Form 51-102F5. You 
may satisfy the requirement to include this disclosure by 
incorporating the information by reference to another 
document. 
iv.	striking out the heading "Instruction" and substituting 
"Instructions",
v.	numbering the paragraph under the heading 
"Instructions" as paragraph (i), and
vi.	adding the following after paragraph (i) under the 
heading "Instructions":
(ii)	If you incorporate information by reference to 
another document, clearly identify the 
referenced document or any excerpt from it. 
Unless you have already filed the referenced 
document or excerpt, you must file it with the 
material change report. You must also disclose 
that the document is on SEDAR at 
www.sedar.com.
5.	Form 51-102F4 Business Acquisition Report is amended by
a.	repealing the heading "General Instructions and Interpretation" 
to Part 1 and substituting "General Provisions", and
b.	in paragraph 1(d),
i.	striking out ", other than the financial statements or other 
information required by Item 3,"
ii.	adding "you have already filed" after "Unless", 
iii.	striking out "has already been filed" and substituting ", 
including any documents incorporated by reference into 
the document or excerpt", and
iv.	adding "You must also disclose that the document is on 
SEDAR at www.sedar.com." after "file it with this 
Report.".
6.	Form 51-102F5 Information Circular is amended by 
a.	repealing the heading "General Instructions and Interpretation" 
to Part 1 and substituting "General Provisions", 
b.	in paragraph 1(c), adding "including any documents incorporated 
by reference into the document or excerpt," after "document or 
excerpt,", 
c.	in section 7.1, adding "(a "proposed director")" after "nominated 
for election as a director", 
d.	adding the following after section 7.2:
7.2.1	Describe the penalties or sanctions imposed and the 
grounds on which they were imposed, or the terms of the 
settlement agreement and the circumstances that gave rise 
to the settlement agreement, if a proposed director has 
been subject to
(a)	any penalties or sanctions imposed by a court relating to 
securities legislation or by a securities regulatory 
authority or has entered into a settlement agreement with 
a securities regulatory authority; or
(b)	any other penalties or sanctions imposed by a court or 
regulatory body that would likely be considered 
important to a reasonable securityholder in deciding 
whether to vote for a proposed director.
7.2.2	Despite section 7.2.1, no disclosure is required of a 
settlement agreement entered into before December 31, 
2000 unless the disclosure would likely be important to a 
reasonable securityholder in deciding whether to vote for 
a proposed director. 
        INSTRUCTIONS
(i)	The disclosure required by sections 7.2 and 7.2.1 also 
applies to any personal holding companies of the 
proposed director.
(ii)	A management cease trade order is "a cease trade or 
similar order" for the purposes of paragraph 7.2(a)(i) 
and so must be disclosed, whether or not the proposed 
director was named in the order.
(iii)	A late filing fee, such as a filing fee that applies to the 
late filing of an insider report, is not a "penalty or 
sanction" for the purposes of section 7.2.1.
e.	repealing Item 8, and substituting the following:
Item 8 Executive Compensation
 If you are sending this information circular in connection with a 
meeting 
(a)	that is an annual general meeting,
(b)	at which the company's directors are to be elected, or
(c)	at which the company's securityholders will be asked to 
vote on a matter relating to executive compensation,
 include a completed Form 51-102F6 Statement of Executive 
Compensation.,
f.	in section 9.1, 
i.	adding the heading "Equity Compensation Plan 
Information",
ii.	renumbering section 9.1 as subsection 9.1(2), and
iii.	preceding subsection 9.1(2), adding the following:
(1)	Provide the information in subsection (2) if you are sending 
this information circular in connection with a meeting 
(a)	that is an annual general meeting,
(b)	at which the company's directors are to be 
elected, or
(c)	at which the company's securityholders will be 
asked to vote on a matter relating to executive 
compensation or a transaction that involves the 
company issuing securities. 
g.	in section 10.3, striking out "You do not need to disclose 
information required by this Item for any indebtedness that has 
been entirely repaid on or before the date of the information 
circular or for routine indebtedness" and substituting the 
following:
You do not need to disclose information required by this Item
(a)	if you are not sending this information circular in connection with 
a meeting
(i)	that is an annual general meeting,
(ii)	at which the company's directors are to be elected, or
(iii)	at which the company's securityholders will be asked to 
vote on a matter relating to executive compensation,
(b)	for any indebtedness that has been entirely repaid on or before the 
date of the information circular, or
(c)	for routine indebtedness. 
h.	repealing section 14.2 and substituting the following:
14.2	If the action to be taken is in respect of a significant acquisition as 
determined under Part 8 of National Instrument 51-102 under 
which securities of the acquired business are being exchanged for 
the company's securities, or in respect of a restructuring 
transaction under which securities are to be changed, exchanged, 
issued or distributed, include disclosure for 
(a)	the company, if the company has not filed all documents 
required under National Instrument 51-102,
(b)	the business being acquired, if the matter is a significant 
acquisition,
(c)	each entity, other than the company, whose securities are 
being changed, exchanged, issued or distributed, if 
(i)	the matter is a restructuring transaction, and 
(ii)	the company's current securityholders will have 
an interest in that entity after the restructuring 
transaction is completed, and 
(d)	each entity that would result from the significant 
acquisition or restructuring transaction, if the company's 
securityholders will have an interest in that entity after 
the significant acquisition or restructuring transaction is 
completed.
The disclosure must be the disclosure (including financial 
statements) prescribed by the form of prospectus, other than a short 
form prospectus under National Instrument 44-101 Short Form 
Prospectus Distributions,  that the entity would be eligible to use 
for a distribution of securities in the jurisdiction.
i.	in section 14.5,
i.	striking out "Section 14.2 does not apply to an 
information circular that is prepared" and substituting 
"A company satisfies section 14.2 if it prepares an 
information circular",
ii.	adding "," after "connection with a Qualifying 
Transaction",
iii.	striking out "(as such terms" and substituting ", or in 
connection with a Reverse Take-Over (as Qualifying 
Transaction, CPC and Reverse Take-Over",
iv.	striking out "policy on Capital Pool Companies" and 
substituting "policies", and
v.	adding "or Reverse Take-Over" after "in respect of that 
Qualifying Transaction", and
j.	adding the following after section 14.5:
        INSTRUCTION
For the purposes of section 14.2, a securityholder will not be 
considered to have an interest in an entity after an acquisition or 
restructuring transaction is completed if the securityholder will only 
hold a redeemable security that is immediately redeemed for cash.
7.	Form 51-102F6 Statement of Executive Compensation is amended by
a.	repealing the heading "General Instructions and Interpretation" 
to Item 1 and substituting "General Provisions", 
b.	in section 1.1, 
i.	adding ", whatever the source," after "disclosure of all 
compensation", and
ii.	adding "The particular requirements in this Form should 
be interpreted with regard to this purpose, the definition 
of "executive officer" in the Instrument, and in a manner 
that gives priority to substance over form." after 
"unincorporated business entities.",
c.	in paragraph 1.4(e), striking out the second sentence and 
substituting the following:
Also, the company must include in the appropriate 
compensation category any compensation paid under an 
understanding, arrangement or agreement existing among 
(i)	any of 
(A)	the company, 
(B)	its subsidiaries, or
(C)	an officer or director of the company 
or its subsidiary, and 
(ii)	another entity,
for the purpose of the entity compensating the officer or 
director for employment services or office. 

If the company's executive management is employed or 
retained by an external management company (including 
a subsidiary, affiliate or associate) and the company has 
entered into an understanding, arrangement or agreement 
of any kind for the provision of executive management 
services by the external management company to the 
company directly or indirectly, the company must 
disclose any compensation payable

(iii) 	directly by the company to any persons 
employed or retained by the external 
management company who are acting as 
executive officers and directors of the company; 
and 
(iv) 	by the external management company to such 
persons that is attributable to services rendered 
to the company directly or indirectly.  
d.	in paragraph 1.4(f), striking out "primary", and
e.	adding the following as paragraph (g):
(g)	Allocation of Compensation - If the company's executive 
management is provided through an external management 
company, and the external management company has other clients 
in addition to the company, the company must disclose either,
(i) 	the portion of the compensation paid to the officer or 
director by the external management company that can be 
attributed to services rendered to the company; or 
(ii) 	the entire compensation paid by the external management 
company to the officer or director. 
If the company does allocate the compensation paid to the officer 
or director, it should disclose the basis for the allocation. , and
f.	in paragraph 2.1 1.(a) relating to column (e), adding "or Qu‚bec 
Pension Plan" after "CPP".
8.	This amendment comes into force December 29, 2006.
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AMENDMENTS TO NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 52-107  
Acceptable Accounting Principles, Auditing Standards and Reporting 
Currency 
 
(Securities Act)
 
Made as an amendment rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on December 29, 
2006 pursuant to sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
1.	National Instrument 52-107 Acceptable Accounting Principles, Auditing 
Standards and Reporting Currency is amended by this Instrument.
2.	Section 1.1 is amended by,
a.	in paragraph (b) of the definition of "designated foreign issuer", 
adding "in a designated foreign jurisdiction" after "foreign 
disclosure requirements",
b.	repealing the definition of "executive officer" and substituting 
the following:
        "executive officer" means, for an issuer, an individual who is
(a)	a chair, vice-chair or president;
(b)	a vice-president in charge of a principal business unit, 
division or function including sales, finance or 
production; or
(c)	performing a policy-making function in respect of the 
issuer; , and
c.	in the definition of "recognized exchange", 
i.	striking out "and" at the end of paragraph (a), and
ii.	adding the following after paragraph (a):
(a.1)	in Qu‚bec, a person or company authorized by 
the securities regulatory authority to carry on 
business as an exchange; and 
3.	Subsection 4.1(1) and section 4.2 are amended by striking out "filed by an 
SEC issuer" and substituting "of an SEC issuer that are filed with or 
delivered to a securities regulatory authority or regulator" wherever it 
appears.
4.	Sections 5.1 and 5.2 are amended by striking out "filed by a foreign issuer" 
and substituting "of a foreign issuer that are filed with or delivered to a 
securities regulatory authority or regulator" wherever it appears.
5.	Paragraph 5.2(a) is repealed and substituted with the following:
(a)	U.S. GAAS, if the auditor's report 
(i)	contains an unqualified opinion;

(ii)	identifies all financial periods presented for which the 
auditor has issued an auditor's report;

(iii) 	refers to the former auditor's reports on the comparative 
periods, if the issuer has changed its auditor and one or 
more of the comparative periods presented in the 
financial statements were audited by a different auditor; 
and

(iv)	identifies the auditing standards used to conduct the audit 
and the accounting principles used to prepare the 
financial statements;

6.	The following is added after subsection 9.1(2):
(3)	Except in Ontario, an exemption referred to in subsection (1) is 
granted under the statute referred to in Appendix B of National 
Instrument 14-101 Definitions opposite the name of the local 
jurisdiction.
7.	This amendment comes into force December 29, 2006.
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AMENDMENTS TO NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 71-102  
Continuous Disclosure and Other Exemptions Relating to Foreign Issuers 
 
(Securities Act)
 
Made as an amendment rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on December 29, 
2006 pursuant to sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
1.	National Instrument 71-102 Continuous Disclosure and Other 
Exemptions Relating to Foreign Issuers is amended by this Instrument.
2.	Section 1.1 is amended by,
a.	repealing the definitions of "board of directors" and "SEDI 
issuer",
b.	in paragraph (b) of the definition of "designated foreign issuer", 
adding "in a designated foreign jurisdiction" after "foreign 
disclosure requirements",
c.	repealing the definition of "executive officer" and substituting 
the following:
"executive officer" means, for a reporting issuer, an individual who is
(a)	a chair, vice-chair or president;
(b)	a vice-president in charge of a principal business unit, 
division or function including sales, finance or 
production; or
(c)	performing a policy-making function in respect of the 
issuer;
d.	in the definition of "interim period",
i.	in paragraph (a), adding "a non-standard year 
or" after "in the case of a year other than",
ii.	at the end of paragraph (a), striking out "or", 
and
iii.	adding the following after paragraph (a):
(a.1)	in the case of a non-standard year, a 
period commencing on the first day of 
the financial year and ending within 22 
days of the date that is nine, six or three 
months before the end of the financial 
year; or
e.	adding the following after the definition of "NI 52-107":
"non-standard year" means a financial year, other than a transition 
year, that does not have 365 days, or 366 days if it includes 
February 29; , and
f.	in the definition of "recognized exchange",
i.	striking out "and" at the end of paragraph (a), and
ii.	adding the following after paragraph (a):
(a.1)	in Qu‚bec, a person or company authorized by 
the securities regulatory authority to carry on 
business as an exchange; and 
3.	Sections 4.2, 4.8, 4.9, 4.11, 5.3, 5.9, 5.10 and 5.12 are amended by striking 
out "is exempt from" and substituting "satisfies" wherever it appears.
4.	Subsections 4.7(2) and 5.8(2) are amended by striking out "the exemption 
in", wherever it appears.
5.	Section 4.10 is amended by
a.	striking out "An SEC foreign issuer is exempt from securities" 
and substituting "Securities", and
b.	adding "do not apply to an SEC foreign issuer" after "material 
contracts".
6.	Section 4.12 is repealed and substituted with the following:
        4.12	Insider Reporting
The insider reporting requirement does not apply to an insider of 
an SEC foreign issuer that has a class of securities registered under 
section 12 of the 1934 Act if the insider complies with the 
requirements of U.S. federal securities law relating to insider 
reporting.
7.	Section 5.11 is amended by
a.	striking out "A designated foreign issuer is exempt from 
securities" and substituting "Securities", and
b.	adding "do not apply to a designated foreign issuer" after 
"material contracts".
8.	Section 5.13 is repealed and substituted with the following:
5.13	Insider Reporting
The insider reporting requirement does not apply to an insider of a 
designated foreign issuer if the insider complies with foreign 
disclosure requirements relating to insider reporting.
9.	This amendment comes into force December 29, 2006
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CONSEQUENTIAL AMENDMENTS TO NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 44-101  
Short Form Prospectus Distributions

(Securities Act)

Made as an amendment rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on December 29, 
2006 pursuant to sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
1.	National Instrument 44-101 Short Form Prospectus Distributions is 
amended by this Instrument.
2.	Section 1.1 is amended by,
a.	repealing the definition of "approved rating" and substituting the 
following:
"approved rating" means, for a security, a rating at or above one of the 
following rating categories issued by an approved rating organization 
for the security or a rating category that replaces a category listed 
below:
Approved Rating 
Organization
Long 
Term 
Debt
Short 
Term Debt
Preferred
Shares
Dominion Bond 
Rating Service 
Limited
BBB 

R-2
Pfd-3
Fitch Ratings Ltd. 

BBB 
F3 
BBB
Moody's Investors 
Service 

Baa
Prime-3
"baaa"
Standard & Poor's 

BBB
A-3
P-3

b.	repealing the definition of "approved rating organization" and 
substituting the following:
"approved rating organization" means each of Dominion Bond Rating 
Service Limited, Fitch Ratings Ltd., Moody's Investors Service, 
Standard & Poor's and any of their successors;
3.	This amendment comes into force December 29, 2006.
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AMENDMENTS TO FORM 44-101F1  
Short Form Prospectus

(Securities Act)

Made as an amendment rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on December 29, 
2006 pursuant to sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
1.	Form 44-101F1 Short Form Prospectus is amended by this Instrument.
2.	Section 7.9 is amended by striking out "If one or more ratings, including 
provisional ratings or stability ratings, have been received" and substituting 
"If the issuer has asked for and received a stability rating, or if the issuer 
receives any other kind of rating, including a provisional rating,"
3.	Item 10 is amended by,
a.	in paragraphs 10.1(1)(b) and 10.1(2)(b), adding "or would be if it 
were not a reverse takeover, as defined in NI 51-102," after "NI 
51-102".
b.	in Instruction (2) following section 10.1, adding "for significant 
acquisitions" after "NI 51-102".
4.	Item 11 is amended by
a.	repealing item 11.1(1) 6. and substituting the following:
6.	Any business acquisition report filed by the issuer under Part 8 of 
NI 51-102 for acquisitions completed since the beginning of the 
financial year in respect of which the issuer's current AIF is filed, 
unless the issuer
(a)	incorporated the BAR by reference into its current AIF, 
or
(b)	incorporated at least 9 months of the acquired business or 
related businesses operations into the issuer's most recent 
audited financial statements.
b.	in item 11.1(1) 7., striking out "end" and substituting 
"beginning".
5.	This amendment comes into force December 29, 2006.
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AMENDMENTS TO NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 21-101  
Marketplace Operation

(Securities Act)

Made as an amendment rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on December 13, 
2006 pursuant to sections 223(j), 223(w) and 224 of the Securities Act.
PART 1	AMENDMENTS
1.1	Amendments
(1)	This Instrument amends National Instrument 21-101 Marketplace 
Operation.

(2)	Part 1 is amended by repealing the definition of "government debt 
security" and substituting the following definition:

"government debt security" means
(a)	a debt security issued or guaranteed by the government of 
Canada, or any province or territory of Canada,
(b)	a debt security issued or guaranteed by any municipal 
corporation in Canada, or secured by or payable out of 
rates or taxes levied under the law of a jurisdiction of 
Canada on property in the jurisdiction and to be collected 
by or through the municipality in which the property is 
situated,
(c)	a debt security of a crown corporation,
(d)	in Ontario, a debt security of any school board in Ontario 
or of a corporation established under section 248(1) of 
the Education Act (Ontario), or
(e)	in Qu‚bec, a debt security of the Comit‚ de gestion de la 
taxe scolaire de l'Œle de Montr‚al
that is not listed on a recognized exchange or quoted on a 
recognized quotation and trade reporting system or listed on an 
exchange or quoted on a quotation and trade reporting system that 
has been recognized for the purposes of this Instrument and NI 23-
101.
(3)	Section 6.2 is repealed and the following substituted:

"Except as provided in this Instrument, the registration exemptions 
applicable to dealers under securities legislation are not available to an 
ATS."  
(4)	Part 7 is amended by:

a.	striking out the reference in section 7.2 to "orders" and 
substituting "trades";
b.	striking out the reference in section 7.4 to "orders" and 
substituting "trades";
c.	repealing section 7.5; and
d.	adding the following:

"7.5 Consolidated Feed - Exchange-Traded Securities - An 
information processor shall produce an accurate and timely 
consolidated feed showing the information provided to the 
information processor under sections 7.1 and 7.2.
7.6 Compliance with Requirements of an Information 
Processor - A marketplace shall comply with the reasonable 
requirements of the information processor to which it is required to 
provide information under this Part."
(5)	Part 8 is amended by 

a.	repealing subsection 8.2(1) and substituting the 
following:

A marketplace that displays orders of corporate debt 
securities to a person or company shall provide accurate 
and timely information regarding orders for designated 
corporate debt securities displayed on the marketplace to 
an information processor, as required by the information 
processor, or if there is no information processor, to an 
information vendor that meets the standards set by a 
regulation services provider, as required by the regulation 
services provider;
b.	repealing subsection 8.2(3) and substituting the 
following:

A marketplace shall provide accurate and timely 
information regarding details of trades of designated 
corporate debt securities executed on the marketplace to 
an information processor, as required by the information 
processor, or if there is no information processor, to an 
information vendor that meets the standards set by a 
regulation services provider, as required by the regulation 
services provider;
c.	repealing subsection 8.2(4) and substituting the 
following:

An inter-dealer bond broker shall provide accurate and 
timely information regarding details of trades of 
designated corporate debt securities executed through the 
inter-dealer bond broker to an information processor, as 
required by the information processor, or if there is no 
information processor, to an information vendor that 
meets the standards set by a regulation services provider, 
as required by the regulation services provider;
d.	repealing subsection 8.2(5) and substituting the 
following:

A dealer executing trades of corporate debt securities 
outside of a marketplace shall provide accurate and 
timely information regarding details of trades of 
designated corporate debt securities traded by or through 
the dealer to an information processor, as required by the 
information processor, or if there is no information 
processor, to an information vendor that meets the 
standards set by a regulation services provider, as 
required by the regulation services provider;
e.	repealing section 8.5 and substituting the following:

"8.5 Reporting Requirements for the Information 
Processor - (1) The information processor shall report, 
within 30 days after the end of each calendar quarter, the 
process and criteria for selection of government debt 
securities, as applicable, and designated corporate debt 
securities and the list of government debt securities, as 
applicable, and designated corporate debt securities.
(2)  The information processor shall report, within 30 
days after the end of each calendar year, the process to 
communicate the designated securities to the 
marketplaces, inter-dealer bond brokers and dealers 
providing the information as required by the Instrument, 
including where the list of designated securities can be 
found."; and
f.	adding the following section:

"8.6 Exemption for Government Debt Securities - 
Section 8.1 does not apply until January 1, 2012."
(6)	Part 11 is amended by repealing section 11.2(2) and substituting 
the following:

"11.2(2) Transmittal of Order Information - A marketplace 
shall transmit to a securities regulatory authority or a regulation 
services provider, if it has entered into an agreement with a 
regulation services provider in accordance with NI 23-101, the 
information required by the securities regulatory authority or the 
regulation services provider, within ten business days, in electronic 
form as required by the securities regulatory authority or regulation 
services provider. 
11.2(3) Electronic Form - The record kept by a marketplace 
under section 11.1 and subsection 11.2(1) and the transmission of 
information to a securities regulatory authority or a regulation 
services provider under subsection 11.2(2) shall be in electronic 
form as prescribed by a securities regulatory authority or a 
regulation services provider."  
(7)	Part 12 is amended by adding the following section 12.3:

"12.3 Availability of technology specifications and testing 
facilities - (1) For at least two months immediately prior to 
operating, a marketplace shall make available to the public any 
technology requirements regarding interfacing with or access to 
the marketplace.
(2) After the technology requirements set out in subsection (1) 
have been published, a marketplace shall make available to the 
public, for at least one month, testing facilities for interfacing with 
and access to the marketplace."  
(8)	Appendix A to National Instrument 21-101 Marketplace Operation 
is repealed.
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AMENDMENTS TO FORM 21-101 F2 
Initial Operation Report Alternative Trading System

(Securities Act)

Made as an amendment rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on December 13, 
2006 pursuant to sections 223(j), 223(w) and 224 of the Securities Act.
PART 1	AMENDMENTS
(1)	This Instrument amends Form 21-101F2 Initial Operation Report 
Alternative Trading System.
(2)	Exhibit G is amended by adding the following at the end of item 5:
"Where applicable, the description should include, at a minimum: the 
parties involved in settling the trades; the trades being settled; and the 
procedures to manage counterparty and settlement risk."
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AMENDMENTS TO FORM 21-101 F5 
Initial Operation Report For Information Processor

(Securities Act)

Made as an amendment rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on December 13, 
2006 pursuant to sections 223(j), 223(w) and 224 of the Securities Act.
PART 1	AMENDMENTS
(1)	This Instrument amends Form 21-101F5 Initial Operation Report for 
Information Processor.
(2)	Part 1 Corporate Governance is amended by:
a.	adding "identifying the processes and procedures which promote 
independence from the marketplaces, inter-dealer bond brokers 
and dealers that provide data." after "all subsequent amendments" 
in the description of Exhibit A;
b.	adding "identifying those individuals with overall responsibility 
for the integrity and timeliness of data reported to and displayed by 
the system (the "System") of the information processor," after "the 
previous year" in the description of Exhibit C; and
c.	adding "identifying the employees responsible for monitoring the 
timeliness and integrity of data reported to and displayed by the 
System." at the end of the first sentence of the description of 
Exhibit E.
(3)	Part 2 Systems and Operations is amended by:
a.	replacing "the system (the "System") of the information processor" 
with "the System" in the description of Exhibit G;
b.	adding "including data validation processes" at the end of 
subsection 2 of the description of Exhibit G;
c.	repealing the current description of Exhibit H and replacing it 
with: 
"A description in narrative form of each service or function 
performed by the information processor. Include a description of 
all procedures utilized for the collection, processing, distribution, 
validation and publication of information with respect to orders 
and trades in securities."; and
d.	removing the last sentence of the description of Exhibit J and 
replacing it with:
"Describe any measures used to verify the timeliness and accuracy 
of information received and disseminated by the System, including 
the processes to resolve data integrity issues identified."
(4)	Part 4 Fees is amended by:
a.	adding "and Revenue Sharing" after "Fees" to the title; and
b.	adding "Where arrangements to share revenue from the sale of 
data disseminated by the information processor with marketplaces, 
inter-dealer bond brokers and dealers that provide data to the 
information processor in accordance with National Instrument 21-
101 are in place, a complete description of the arrangements and 
the basis for these arrangements." at the end of the description of 
Exhibit O.
(5) 	The following section is added after Part 5:
"6. - Selection of Securities Reported to the Information Processor
Exhibit T
Where the information processor is responsible for making a determination 
of the data which must be reported, including the securities for which 
information must be reported in accordance with National Instrument 21-
101, describe the manner of selection and communication of these securities. 
This description should include the following:
1.	The criteria used to determine which securities should be reported 
to the information processor.
2.	The process for selection of the securities, including a description 
of the parties consulted in the process and the frequency of the 
selection process.
3.	The process to communicate the securities selected to the 
marketplaces, inter-dealer bond brokers and dealers providing the 
information as required by National Instrument 21-101. The 
description should include where this information is located."
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AMENDMENTS TO NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 23-101 
Trading Rules

(Securities Act)

Made as an amendment rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on December 13, 
2006 pursuant to sections 223(j), 223(w) and 224 of the Securities Act.
PART 1	AMENDMENTS
1.1	Amendments

(1)	This Instrument amends National Instrument 23-101 Trading 
Rules.

(2)	Part 3 is amended by repealing subsection 3.1(2) and substituting 
the following:

"In Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario, Qu‚bec and Saskatchewan, 
instead of subsection (1), the provisions of the Securities Act 
(Alberta), the Securities Act (British Columbia), the Securities Act 
(Ontario), the Securities Act (Qu‚bec) and The Securities Act, 1988 
(Saskatchewan), respectively, relating to manipulation and fraud 
apply."

(3)	Part 7 is amended by 

a.	striking out "recognized exchange and its members" and 
substituting "members of a recognized exchange" in 
subsection 7.2(a); and

b.	striking out "recognized quotation and trade reporting 
system and its users" and substituting "users of a 
recognized quotation and trade reporting system" in 
subsection 7.4(a).

(4)	Part 11 is amended by

a.	adding subsection 11.1(2):

A dealer or inter-dealer bond broker is exempt from this Part if the 
dealer or inter-dealer bond broker complies with similar 
requirements, for any securities specified, established by a 
regulation services provider and approved by the applicable 
securities regulatory authority.

b.	in subsection 11.2(1), by striking out "Immediately following the 
receipt or origination of an order for securities" and substituting 
"Immediately following the receipt or origination of an order for 
equity, fixed income and other securities identified by a regulation 
services provider"; 

c.	in subsection 11.2(1)(q), striking out the word "and";

d.	in subsection 11.2(1)(r), striking out "an insider marker" and 
adding "an insider marker; and";

e.	adding the following subsection 11.2(1)(s): "any other markers 
required by a regulation services provider.";

f.	deleting subsection 11.2(5) and substituting:

"Transmittal of Order Information - A dealer and inter-dealer 
bond broker shall record and shall transmit within 10 business days 
to a securities regulatory authority or a regulation services provider 
the information required by the securities regulatory authority or 
the regulation services provider, in electronic form, as required by 
the securities regulatory authority or the regulation services 
provider."; 

g.	deleting subsection 11.2(6) and substituting the following: 

"Electronic Form - The record kept by the dealer and inter-dealer 
bond broker under subsections (1) through (4) and the transmission 
of information to a securities regulatory authority or a regulation 
services provider under subsection (5) shall be in electronic form 
by January 1, 2010."; and

h.	adding subsection 11.2(7):

"Record preservation requirements - A dealer and an inter-dealer 
bond broker shall keep all records for a period of not less than 
seven years from the creation of the record referred to in this 
section, and for the first two years in a readily accessible location."

Sustainable Resource Development
Alberta Fishery Regulations, 1998
Notice of Variation Order 33-2006
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 33-2006 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.
SCHEDULE 
PART 1
Item - 3 
Column 1 Waters - In respect of: (6) Moose Lake (61-7-W4) 
Column 2 Gear - trap net 
Column 3 Open Time - 08:00 hours October 31, 2006 to 16:00 hours November 15, 
2006
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 18,000 kg; 2) Walleye: 1 kg; 3) 
Yellow perch: 1 kg; 4) Northern pike: 1 kg; 5) Tullibee: 9,050 kg; 6) Lake trout: 1 kg.
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Notice of Variation Order 36-2006
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 36-2006 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 36-2006 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 October 15, 2006 to 16:00 hours October 25, 2006;
08:00 hours December 11, 2006 to 16:00 hours December 12, 2006.
B. In respect of all other waters:
Closed.
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 40,825 kg; 2) Walleye: 227 kg; 3) 
Yellow perch: 1 kg; 4) Northern pike: 681 kg; 5) Tullibee: 1 kg; 6) Lake trout: 1 kg.
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Notice of Variation Order 37-2006
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 37-2006 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 37-2006 commercial fishing is permitted in accordance 
with the following schedule.
SCHEDULE 
PART 1
Item - 1 
Column 1 Waters - (9.1) Buck Lake (46-5-W5)
- excluding the following portions:
- that portion south of a line drawn from the northernmost point of land in NW11-46-
6-W5 to the northernmost point of land in NW12-46-6-W5;
- that portion south of a line drawn from the northernmost point of land in NW12-46-
6-W5 to the nearest point of land in SE13-46-6-W5;
- that portion east of a line drawn from the westernmost point of land in SW25-46-6-
W5 to the point where the northern shoreline is intersected by the western boundary 
of 36-46-6-W5
Column 2 Gear - Gill net not less than 152 mm mesh 
Column 3 Open Time - 08:00 hours January 3, 2007 to 16:00 hours January 4, 2007
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 20,000 kg; 2) Walleye: 250 kg; 3) 
Yellow perch: 250 kg; 4) Northern pike: 250 kg; 5) Tullibee: 1 kg; 6) Lake trout: 1 
kg.

Column 1 Waters - (54.1) Lac Ste. Anne (55-3-W5)
-excluding that portion southeast of a line drawn from the water tower in Gunn 
Townsite to the point of land in 10-20-54-3-W5
Column 2 Gear - Gill net not less than 140 mm mesh 
Column 3 Open Time - 08:00 hours March 12, 2007 to 16:00 hours March 16, 2007
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 45,000 kg; 2) Walleye: 450 kg; 3) 
Yellow perch: 900 kg; 4) Northern pike: 1,400 kg; 5) Tullibee: 1 kg; 6) Lake trout: 1 
kg.
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Notice of Variation Order 38-2006
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 38-2006 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 38-2006 commercial fishing is permitted in accordance 
with the following schedule.
SCHEDULE 
PART 1
Item - 1 
Column 1 Waters - (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 October 15, 2006 to 16:00 hours October 25, 2006;
08:00 hours December 11, 2006 to 16:00 hours December 12, 2006
08:00 hours December 13, 2006 to 16:00 hours December 15, 2006.
B. In respect of all other waters:
Closed.
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 40,825 kg; 2) Walleye: 227 kg; 3) 
Yellow perch: 1 kg; 4) Northern pike: 681 kg; 5) Tullibee: 1 kg; 6) Lake trout: 1 kg.
______________
Notice of Variation Order 39-2006
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 39-2006 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 39-2006 commercial fishing is permitted in accordance 
with the following schedule
SCHEDULE 
PART 1
Item - 1 
Column 1 Waters - In respect of: (85) Primrose Lake (67-1-W4) 
Column 2 Gear - Gill net not less than 140 mm mesh 
Column 3 Open Time - 18:00 hours June 30, 2006 to 16:00 hours July 2, 2006;
08:00 hours December 27, 2006 to 16:00 hours December 31, 2006;
08:00 hours January 6, 2007 to 16:00 hours January 7, 2007.
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 18,800 kg; 2) Walleye: 3,680 kg; 
3) Yellow perch: 1 kg; 4) Northern pike: 4,800 kg; 5) Tullibee: 1 kg; 6) Lake trout: 1 
kg.

Workers' Compensation Board
2007 Premium Rates 
Sector Index
				2007
Rate				Premium 
Group	Industry	Industry Title		Rate	Notes
Sector 1 - Agriculture and Forestry
011500				$3.58
	60201	+	Livestock Auctions/Stockyards
017100				$3.55
	01100	*	Farms and Ranches - Livestock
	01300	*	Farms - Grain and Vegetable
	01700	*	Farms - Mixed
	01900	*	Apiaries 
	01901	+	Greenhouses/Market Gardens
	01903		Mushroom Producers/Bait Farms
	02102		Hatcheries - Commercial
	02109	*	Feed Lots
	02110	*	Harvesting/Baling - Custom
	04100		Fishing/Fish or Fur Farms
	85902	*	Riding Academies/Horse Stables

041100				$3.47
	03100		Logging - Woodlands Operations
	03902		Timber Management

Sector 2 - Mining and Petroleum Development

063201				$1.78
	06100		Mining - Underground 	
	06110		Mining - Open Pit	
	06111		Overburden Removal	
	08701		Refine - Sand/Coal 	
	34101		Cement Mfg Including Quarrying  	
	34300		Lime Mfg Including Quarrying	

071100				$0.42
	06300		Oil & Gas - Upstream	$0.46	(incl. safety assn levy)
	06305		Field Production Operators	$0.46	(incl. safety assn levy)
	06501		Sulphur Process	$0.48	(incl. safety assn levy)
	06601		Heavy Oil/Oilsands - R & D	$0.42
	51500		Pipeline Cleaning	$0.42
	51501		Pipeline Transmission - Oil/Gas	$0.45	(incl. safety assn levy,  
WH&S levy exempt)
	73702	*	Land/Permit Man Services	$0.42
	
071200				$0.40
	06600		Oilsands Operations
	07700		Mine/Refine - Salt

091100				$2.96
	09600		Drilling - Oil/Gas Wells 	$2.99	(incl. safety assn levy)
	09915		Well Casing Services	$3.01	(incl. safety assn levy)

091101				$3.03	(incl. safety assn levy)
	09903		Well Servicing with Service Rigs  

091200				$1.70	(incl. safety assn levy)
	09200		Seismic Survey

091908				$1.29	(incl. safety assn levy)
	09911		Oilfield Downhole Services 
	09921		Oilfield Svces - Christmas Tree
092101				$3.22
	09201		Drilling - Shot Hole	$3.25	(incl. safety assn levy)
	09904		Drilling - Rathole/Rig Anchor	$3.27	(incl. safety assn levy)
	42103		Boring - Horizontal/Angular 	$3.25	(incl. safety assn levy)
	42130		Waterwell/Deep Core Drilling	$3.22
	42150		Procuring Soil Samples  	$3.22

Sector 3 - Manufacturing, Processing and Packaging

101100				$4.12
	01103		Poultry Loading Services
	10100		Meat Processing
	10104		Rendering Plants

104100				$2.94
	10500		Dairy Products Processing
	11202		Fruit Juice Processing
	13300		Beet Sugar Processing
	13500		Vegetable Oils/Yeast Mfg
	37402		Medicine/Vitamins Mfg

105305				$3.17
	02101		Seed Cleaning Plants	$3.10	(exempt from WH&S levy)
	12301		Feed Mills	$3.10	(exempt from WH&S levy)
	12400		Flour Mills	$3.10	(exempt from WH&S levy)
	13900		Malt Mfg	$3.17
	
105306				$4.02
	07900		Peat Moss - Harvest/Process
	12304		Forage Processing

107200				$3.49
	02112		Egg Grading
	12900		Bakeries
	13100		Food Process - Misc
	13101		Candy Mfg
	13904		Pasta Manufacture
	13905		Vegetables Process/Grade

111100				$2.46
	14100		Soft Drinks/Water/Ice - Mfg

113100				$0.87
	14300		Liquor/Wine - Mfg
	14500		Breweries

169903				$2.37
	29600		Aluminium/Metal Extrusion
	37301		Plastic Products - Mfg

249901				$1.21
	17900		Leather Goods - Mfg/Repair
	21300		Rope/Carpet - Mfg/Repair
	22900		Crests/Pennants - Mfg/Repair
	22901		Drapes/Linens - Mfg/Repair/Inst
	24900		Wearing Apparel - Mfg/Repair

251200				$2.70
	25100		Sawmills/Planing Mills
	25900		Peel/Point - Posts
	25901		Treating of Timber

254902				$3.43
	25401		Wood Products - Mfg	$3.43
	42147		Finishing Carpentry	$3.47	(incl. safety assn levy)

261200				$4.30
	26101		Upholstered Furniture - Mfg/Repair
	26104		Furniture Refinishing

271100				$0.65
	27102		Pulp Mills

271401				$1.40
	27103		Panelboard - Mfg

273100				$1.76
	27300		Cardboard Box/Tubing/Bag - Mfg 

279200				$0.54
	16900		Rubber Stamps/Stencils - Mfg
	17901		Vinyl Goods - Mfg/Repair
	33500		Phone Equipment - Mfg/Install
	33900		Light Fixtures - Mfg/Asmb
	33902		Electrical Components - Mfg
	38100		Instrumentation - Mfg
	38200		Jewelry - Mfg
	38201	*	Lapidary Services
	39300		Sporting Equipment/Brooms  - Mfg
	69903		Pottery - Mfg
	89916		Taxidermists

281901				$0.80
	27402		Envelope Manufacturing
	28600		Printing/Book Binding
	28800	*	Publish without Printing
	28900		Publish with Printing
	86202	+	Newspaper/Flyer Distribution
	89301	+	Electronic Print/Photofinishing

291200				$4.31
	29102		Foundries, Iron & Steel
	62700		Scrap/Salvage Dealers

292100				$1.86
	29200		Steel Pipe Mfg
	62500		Steel Svce Centre - No Salvage

303900				$2.54
	26401		Metal Furniture Mfg	$2.54
	29100		Steel Mfg - Exclude Foundries	$2.54
	30100		Steel/Metal Fabrication	$2.62	(incl. safety assn levy)
	30101		Heat Treating/Stress Relieving	$2.54
	30407		Pipe Cleaning/Coating	$2.54
	33606		Industrial Electric Equipment - Mfg	$2.54
	89401		Welding	$2.56	(incl. safety assn levy)

304900				$1.42
	30412		Sheet Metal Shops
	30700		Heat/Cooling Equipment Mfg
	33602		Switchboard/Electrical Panel  - Mfg

308101				$1.63
	30403		Metal/Porcelain Prod - Coating 
	30801		Machining

351100				$2.31
	16901		Tires/Rubber Products - Mfg
	17200		Tanneries
	27200		Asphalt Roofing Products  - Mfg
	34100		Pre-Mixed Cement/Sand/Soil - Mfg
	34500		Gypsum Board - Mfg
	35200		Clay Bricks - Mfg
	35401		Fibreglass Insulation - Mfg

354900				$3.83
	29700		Foundry - Non Ferous
	34700		Concrete Products Mfg
	34702		Artificial Stone Products - Mfg
	38500		Fibreglass Reinforced Prdcts - Mfg

355100				$2.13	(incl. safety assn levy)
	34800		Transit Mix Operations

371100				$0.73
	36500		Refine - Crude/Used Oil	$0.77	(incl. safety assn levy)
	37201		Fertilizer Mfg/Nickel Refine 	$0.73
	37801		Petrochemicals - Mfg	$0.73
	37805		Industrial Gases  - Mfg	$0.73

397100				$1.19
	28603		Signs/Advertising Displays - Mfg
	39901		Picture Frame, Case, Casket - Mfg
	86201	*	Window/Store Display Ad Services

397101				$2.68
	22101		Awnings/Tents/Tarps - Mfg/Repair
	39701		Outdoor Advertising

579900				$0.93
	16902		Industrial Belting - Install/Svce
	62304		Compressors/Power Unit - Mfg

Sector 5 - Construction and Construction Trade Services

411901				$2.57	(inc. safety assn levy)
	06304		Oil Field Maint/Construction	
	40400		Construction - Industrial	
	42105		Erect - Sheet/Metal Structures	
	42106		Erect - Structural Steel	
	42109		Heavy Machine/Equip - Install/Svce	
	42129		Industrial Plant Maintenance	
	42156		Erect/Dismantle - Storage Tanks	
	42161		Erect - Precast Concrete	
	42184		Mechanical Insulation - Install/Svce	
	89928		Rent/Erect - Scaffold/Cranes	

411905				$1.86	(inc. safety assn levy)
	40405		Residential General Contractor		

421501				$2.48
	01904		Nurseries - Tree/Shrub	$2.48
	01905		Sod Growers	$2.48
	02100		Landscaping	$2.51	(incl. safety assn levy)
	02103		Lawn Maintenance	$2.48
	02105		Feed Lot/Corral Cleaning	$2.48
	02200		Right-of-Way Maintenance	$2.51	(incl. safety assn levy)
	40602		Paving/Surfacing	$2.51	(incl. safety assn levy)
	40604		Mobile Equipment Operation	$2.51	(incl. safety assn levy)
	40901		Power Line - Construct/Remove	$2.51	(incl. safety assn levy)
	40905		Pipeline Construction	$2.51	(incl. safety assn levy)
	42127		Fences - Sell/Rent/Install 	$2.51	(incl. safety assn levy)
	42136		Underground Sprinkler - Install	$2.51	(incl. safety assn levy)

422902				$7.32	(incl. safety assn levy)
	40401		Construction Trade Services - NEC		
	42143		Framing Contractor - Const		

423100				$4.36
	42102		Brick/Masonry Construction	$4.41	(incl. safety assn levy)
	42104		Concrete Construction	$4.41	(incl. safety assn levy)
	42115		Paving Stone - Sell/Install	$4.41	(incl. safety assn levy)
	42158		Refractory Linings - Sell/Install	$4.36
	42159		Caisson Operations	$4.41	(incl. safety assn levy)

423300				$3.16	(incl. safety assn levy)
	30302		Overhead Doors - Install/Repair		
	42121		Doors/Windows - Mfg/Install 		
	
423500				$8.12	(incl. safety assn levy)
	42118		Roofing		
	42151		Siding/Eavestrough - Fab./Inst.		

426100				$2.10
	31507		Dust Suppression Systems	$2.10
	31508		Overhead Cranes - Service Only	$2.13	(incl. safety assn levy)
	42110		Elevators/Escalators - Svce/Install	$2.13	(incl. safety assn levy)
	42117		Heating Systems - Fab/Install	$2.13	(incl. safety assn levy)
	42122		Mechanical Contracting	$2.13	(incl. safety assn levy)
	42124		Electric Wiring  	$2.13	(incl. safety assn levy)
	42128		TV/Radio Antennae Installation	$2.10
	42144		Fire Sprinklers - Install/Svce	$2.13	(incl. safety assn levy)
	89600		Refrigeration Equip - Sales/Svce	$2.13	(incl. safety assn levy)
	89605		Service Station Equip - Sales/Svce	$2.13	(incl. safety assn levy)

427200				$5.59	(incl. safety assn levy)
	42135		Drywall/Lathe/Plaster/Stucco/etc		
	42141		Acoustic Materials - Sell/Install		

427401				$2.18	(incl. safety assn levy)
	42133		Cabinets/Counters - Asmb/Install		

427501				$4.35	(incl. safety assn levy)
	42111		Painting/Decorating		
	42120		Sand Blasting		
	42139		Industrial Coating Services		

427800				$3.63	(incl. safety assn levy)
	42113		Tile/Terrazzo - Sell/Install		
	42125		Floor Coverings - Sell/Install		

429201				$0.83
	31501		Light Metal Products - Asmb/Install
	35301		Monument/Tombstone Dealers
	42131		Vacuum Systems - Asmb/Install
	42160		Electronic Equipment - Sell/Svce

429800				$3.62	(incl. safety assn levy)
	86911		Staffing Services - Labour		

429915				$2.90
	06306		Vacuum Removal - Wet/Dry Waste	$2.94	(incl. safety assn levy)
	09902		Cleaning Svces - Mobile Pressure	$2.90
	09927		Oilfield Services - Sump Pit	$2.94	(incl. safety assn levy)

429930				$1.03
	40907		Test/Preserve - Power Poles	$1.03
	51502		NDT Testing Incl Visual Inspect	$1.06	(incl. safety assn levy, 
 WH&S levy exempt)
	51503		Oil/Gas Meters - Inspect/Test	$1.01	(exempt from WH&S levy)
	51504		Cathodic Protection Service	$1.02	(incl. safety assn levy,  
WH&S levy exempt)
	51506		Quality Control Svces - Construct	$1.03
	86413		Test - Heat/Air Condition Systems	$1.03
	86922	*	Inspection Services- Visual, NEC	$1.03

775909				$1.24
	86401		Survey - Land/General

Sector 6 - Transportation, Communication and Utilities

451100				$1.36	(exempt from WH&S levy)
	50100		Air Svce - Scheduled Commercial
	50104		Air Service - Regular
	50105		Air Svce - Charter Over 12,500 lbs
	50106		Air Svc-Charter 12,500 lbs or Less
	50107		Helicopter Service
	50200		Aircraft - Ground Support Svces
	50201		Flying Clubs/Flight Training
	50203		Flight Operation - Miscellaneous

453100				$1.20	(exempt from WH&S levy)
	50607		Railway Transportation Service

456100				$4.14
	42155		Move Buildings	$4.18	(incl. safety assn levy)
	50701		Trucking - Specialized	$4.10	(incl. safety assn levy,  
WH&S levy exempt)
	50720		Trucking Service - Oilfield	$4.09	(incl. safety assn levy,  
WH&S levy exempt)

456102				$4.37	(incl. safety assn levy,
	50714		Trucking Service - General		WH&S levy exempt)
	
457200				$1.95
	50800		Bus Lines	$1.91	(exempt from WH&S levy)
	50802		Bus Depots	$1.95
	51200		Taxi Cabs/Limousine Service	$1.95

457300				$1.86
	50801		Bus - School

479901				$2.69
	51705		Packing/Crating - Custom
	52700		Warehousing - Public

481300				$0.66
	54300		Radio/TV Stations	$0.64	(exempt from WH&S levy)
	85100		Movie Theatres	$0.66
	85907	*	Movie/Film/Video/ Production	$0.66
	85914	*	Artists/Entertainers/Performers	$0.66
	85918		Live Theatres/Ballet	$0.66
	85934	*	Alliance Theatre Trust Funds	$0.66

482102				$0.43	(exempt from WH&S levy)
	54301		Closed Circuit TV/Cablevision		
	54501		Telecommunication Systems		

491100				$0.65
	57200		Electric Power Companies
	
492101				$0.77
	57400		Natural Gas Distribution

499900				$3.03
	27400		Recycle/Salvage/Reclaim - Waste	$3.03
	57901		Garbage Collection/Disposal	$3.08	(incl. safety assn levy)
	65402		Towing Auto Vehicles	$3.03

Sector 8 - Wholesale and Retail

563100				$1.70
	25403		Home Improvement Centres
	62908		Garden Supply Centres
	69301		Coal/Wood Yards

571100				$1.65
	62200		Farm Implement Dealers

571105				$1.11
	62302		Machinery/Equip NEC - Sales/Svce	$1.12	(incl. safety assn levy)
	86905		Safety Equipment - Sale/Rental	$1.11

572100				$1.77
	62201		Mobile Equipment Dealers

572102				$1.26
	89910		Industrial/Oilfield Equip - Rent

572203				$0.68
	37902		Chemical Products - Pckg/Dist
	62303		Industrial Supply Stores

601100				$2.03
	63100		Food/Convenience Stores
	63103		Home Provisioner/Butcher Shops
	63105		Liquor/Wine/Beer Sales Outlets
	65406		Gas Bars/Car Wash - No Auto Svce
	69916		Wholesale Food Distribution

614101				$0.48
	62903		Sales Operations - NEC 
	66300		Shoe Stores
	66900		Clothing/Yard Goods Stores 
	68100		Drug Stores
	69100		Book/Stationery Stores/etc
	69500		Jewellery Stores
	69904		Novelty/Gift/Hobby Stores/etc
	89100	*	Travelling Sales/Mfg Agents

621102				$0.28
	33901		Medical Equipment - Sales/Svce
	62300		Office Equipment - Sales/Svce
	67602		Entertainment Equip - Sales/Svce

631100				$1.01
	65600		Auto Dealers

632901				$1.12
	69912		Trailers - Sales/Rental with Svce
	69915		Sport Vehicles - Sale/Svce
	89922		Industrial Camp Trailers - Rental

633104				$1.67
	60800		Bulk Petroleum Dealers
	69300		Propane Dealers

635100				$1.98
	16300		Tire Retreading
	62701		Auto Wreckers
	65400		Service Stations
	65808		General Automotive Repair

635200				$1.76
	65800		Automobile Body Repairs
	65809		Electroplating Auto Parts

641100				$1.22
	64200		Department/General Stores
	67300		Hardware/Auto Parts Stores/etc
	67601		Furniture Stores
	67604		Appliances - Sale & Svce
	67802		Household Appliance - Svce Only
	69200		Florists, Wholesale and Retail
	69901		Auctions - NEC
	69914		Pet/Seed/Feed Stores
	86909		Inventory Services
	89908		Small Equip/Appliances - Rental
	
661100				$1.14
	62900		Wholesaling - NEC
	
671100				$1.66	(exempt from WH&S levy)
	52400		Grain/Seed Handling Operations
	

Sector 10 - Municipal Government, Education and Health Services

813100				$0.09	(exempt from WH&S levy)
	86930	*	Federal Gov't Employment Develop
	
835104				$1.45
	36502		Remove/Treat - Hazardous Waste	$1.48	(incl. safety assn levy)
	57601		Irrigation/Drainage District	$1.45
	57602		Water Treatment/Distribution	$1.45
	82712	*	Fire Protection Co-operatives	$1.45
	95102		Municipal Districts	$1.48	(incl. safety assn levy)

835105				$0.81
	95105	*	First Nations Operations	$0.79	(exempt from WH&S levy)
	95108		Operate - Metis Settlements	$0.81

835106				$1.19
	95100		Villages	$1.22	(incl. safety assn levy)
	95101		Towns	$1.22	(incl. safety assn levy)
	95104		Cities	$1.21	(incl. safety assn levy)

851109				$0.87
	80102		School Boards
	80105		Schools - Independent
	80106		Kindergartens
	89923		Schools - Driving/Testing
853100				$0.32
	80103		Colleges
	80301		Schools - Business
	80302		Schools - Industrial Training
	80305	+	Schools - Dance, Music, Hobby
	80311		Institutes of Technology
	80500		Universities
	80700		Library Boards
	80701	*	Museums & Art Galleries
	86927		Safety/First Aid Training

861100				$1.32
	82100		Hospitals/Acute Care Centres	$1.32
	82704		Home Support Services	$1.32
	82705		Health Units	$1.32
	82710		Supply Medical Personnel	$1.32
	82808		Long Term Care Facilities	$1.39	(incl. new safety assn levy)

862100				$2.25
	82800		Seniors Lodges/Homes

864100				$1.14
	82801		Day Homes/Day Care Centres
	82812		Play Schools

864700				$1.71
	82806	*	Rehabilitation Svces for Disabled

864900				$0.88
	85909		Friendship/Cultural Centres
	89925	*	Social/Community Support Svce

Sector 11 - Provincial Government

820000				$0.15
	93200		AGPS - Regulatory
	
820001				$0.58
	93201		AGPS - Health/Social/Field Svces
	
820002				$1.42	
	93202		AGPS - Operations/Trades/Tech
	
Sector 12 - Business, Personal, and Professional Services
	
759900				$1.24	
	87500		Manufactured Home Parks
	87510		Hostels
	89702		Property Management
	
771201				$0.27
	52705		Document Storage/Exchange	
	62904	*	Freight Forwarding - Overseas	
	70200	*	Banks/Financial Services		(exempt from WH&S levy)
	73500	*	Real Estate Dealers/Land Develop	
	73501	*	Insurance Companies	
	85925	+	Travel Agency/Motor Association	
	86200	*	Advertising Agencies	
	86600	*	Legal Services	
	86901	+	Business Services	
	86902	*	Consultant - Management	
	86906		Staffing Services - Office/Prof.	
	86918	*	Mailing List/Manuscript Research	
	86920	*	Personnel Recruitment Agencies	
	86921	*	Administer Out of Province Ops	
	89101	*	Professional/Trade Associations	
	89104	*	Charitable Associations	
	93109		Boards, Agencies, Comm (compul) 
	93113	*	Boards, Agencies, Comm (B/A)

775200				$0.22
	09900		Mud Logging Services	$0.28	(incl. safety assn levy)
	86400		Engineering	$0.22
	86403	*	Research/Material Testing Labs	$0.22
	86405		Geophysical Surveys Excl Seismic	$0.22
	86408		Waterfowl Preservation	$0.22
	86409	*	Architects	$0.22
	86410		Map Making	$0.22
	86411	*	Geological/Geophysical Services	$0.22
	86414	*	Consultant - Environment/Agric	$0.22
	86913	*	Draft/Design-Inc Graphics/Software	$0.22
	86923	*	Interior Designing	$0.22
	89927		Survey - Archaeological	$0.22

779104				$1.68
	86907		Armoured Car Services	$1.68
	89902		Security Services/Industrial Patrols	$1.64	(exempt from WH&S levy)
	89913		Corps of Commissionaires	$1.68
	89924		Investigative Services	$1.68

863500				$0.50
	02104		Animal Health Services
	37401		Culture Media - Mfg
	38101		Ophthalmic Dispensing
	38102		Prostheses/Orthotics - Mfg/Rpr 
	82500	*	Medical Centre - Private
	82700		Dental Labs/Denture Clinics
	82701	*	Health/Allied Service - Misc
	82703	*	Physiotherapy Centres

921401				$3.63
	87505		Catering - Industrial Camps

965301				$1.19
	51902		Guiding/Rafting/Pack Trains 	$1.19
	85900	*	Golf Clubs/Ranges	$1.19
	85904		Ski Resorts/Gondolas	$1.19
	87501		Restaurant/Take-out Food Services	$1.19
	87502		Catering, NEC	$1.19
	87503		Hotels/Convention Centres	$1.23	(incl. safety assn levy)
	87600		Outdoor Recreation	$1.19
	87603		Youth/Religious Camps	$1.19

969905				$1.00
	02116		Animal Shelters/Pounds
	02117	*	Kennels/Pet Grooming
	51701		Parking Facilities/Storage Garages
	80703	+	Zoos/Game Farms
	85300	*	Bowling Alleys/Billiard Parlours
	85901	*	Skating/Curling Rinks, Comm Assn
	85916		Casinos/Dance Halls
	85919		Arenas/Stadiums - Operation of
	85922		Arcades
	87508	*	Private Clubs
	89901		Exhibition Associations
	89907		Tennis & Squash Facilities

971300				$0.85
	87200		Beauty/Barber Shops and Schools

972101				$2.02
	87400		Laundries - Commercial
	87401		Dry Cleaners
	87402		Laundromats - Coin Operated

981102				$0.72
	83100	*	Churches/Religious Orders
	87700		Funeral Services
	87900		Cemeteries

995302				$2.37
	87300	*	Domestic Help - Homeowner Only
	87301		Maid Services
	89701		Janitor Services
	89703		Clean - High Rise External Windows
	89704		Fumigating
	89705		Furnace Cleaning Services

* voluntary industry
+ includes both compulsory and voluntary industries




ADVERTISEMENTS
Notice of Intent to Dissolve
(Business Corporations Act)
Base Line Developments Ltd.
Notice is hereby given that a Certificate of Intent to Dissolve was issued to Base Line 
Developments Ltd. on November 24, 2006.
Dated at Lloydminster, Alberta, December 11, 2006.

David W. Clements, Barrister and Solicitor 
Clements & Smith
______________
Miranda Holdings Ltd.
Notice is hereby given that a Notice of Intent to Dissolve was issued to Miranda 
Holdings Ltd. on December 15, 2006.
Dated at Calgary, Alberta, December 15, 2006.

Howard M. Lowenstein, Barrister and Solicitor 
Fric, Lowenstein & Co. LLP
______________
Public Sale of Land
(Municipal Government Act)
Alberta Beach
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
Alberta Beach will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Village Council Chambers 
located at 4935 Ste. Anne Trail, Alberta Beach, Alberta, on Tuesday, February 20, 
2007, at 7:00 p.m., the following land:
Lot
Block
Plan
Roll #
Address
2
4
4569 HW
604
4415 47 Ave
The 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 land is being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis, and the Village of 
Alberta Beach 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 land for any intended use by the purchaser.
Alberta Beach 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, 10% deposit with balance due within 
15 days of the date of 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 Alberta Beach, Alberta, December 7, 2006.
Kathy Skwarchuk, Chief Administrative Officer.
______________
Village of Cereal
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Village of Cereal will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Village Office, 
Cereal, Alberta, on Monday, February 12, 2007, at 1:00 p.m., the following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
21
2
2686BC
The 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 Cereal may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel 
of land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: cash or certified cheque.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Cereal, Alberta, December 12, 2006.
MaryAnn Salik, Municipal Administrator.



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