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The Alberta Gazette
Part I
Vol. 103	Edmonton, Saturday, March 31, 2007	No. 6
PROCLAMATION
[GREAT SEAL] 
CANADA 
PROVINCE OF ALBERTA	Norman Kwong, Lieutenant Governor.
ELIZABETH THE SECOND, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom, 
Canada, and Her Other Realms and Territories, QUEEN, Head of the 
Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith
P R O C L A M A T I O N
To all to Whom these Presents shall come
G R E E T I N G
Terrence (Terry) Matchett, Deputy Minister of Justice and 
Deputy Attorney General
WHEREAS section 16 of the Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped Act (SA 
2006 cA-45.1) provides that that Act comes into force on Proclamation; and
WHEREAS it is expedient to proclaim the Assured Income for the Severely 
Handicapped Act (SA 2006 cA-45.1) in force:
NOW KNOW YE THAT by and with the advice and consent of Our Executive 
Council of Our Province of Alberta, by virtue of the provisions of the said Act 
hereinbefore referred to and of all other power and authority whatsoever in Us vested 
in that behalf, We have ordered and declared and do hereby proclaim the Assured 
Income for the Severely Handicapped Act (SA 2006 cA-45.1) in force on May 1, 
2007.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF We have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent 
and the Great Seal of Our Province of Alberta to be hereunto affixed.
WITNESS: THE HONOURABLE NORMAN L. KWONG, Lieutenant Governor 
of Our Province of Alberta, in Our City of Edmonton in Our Province of Alberta, this 
14th day of March in the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand Seven and in the Fifty-
sixth Year of Our Reign.
BY COMMAND	Ron Stevens, Provincial Secretary.
APPOINTMENTS
(Provincial Court Act)
Appointment of Provincial Court Judge
The Honourable Judge Brian Edward Scott
The above appointment is for a one year term to expire March 28, 2008
Designation of Assistant Chief Judge
The Honourable Judge Brian Edward Scott
The above designation is for a one year term to expire March 28, 2008.
Appointment of Supernumerary Judge of the Provincial Court of Alberta
The Honourable Judge William Richard Pepler
The above appointment is for a two year term to expire March 31, 2009.
RESIGNATIONS & RETIREMENTS
(Justice of the Peace Act)
Resignation of Justice of the Peace
February 16, 2007 
Michelle Myroniuk of St. Paul
February 20, 2007 
Shelley Hein of Edmonton
February 27, 2007 
Tamara Fatah of Calgary
March 4, 2007 
Andrea Gregory of Calgary
Retirement of Justice of the Peace
March 2, 2007 
John Douglas Carr of Edmonton
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
Agriculture and Food
Form 15
(Irrigation Districts Act) 
(Section 88)
Notice to Irrigation Secretariat: 
Change of Area of an Irrigation District
On behalf of the Bow River Irrigation District, I hereby request that the Irrigation 
Secretariat forward a certified copy of this notice to the Registrar for Land Titles for 
the purposes of registration under Section 22 of the Land Titles Act and arrange for 
notice to be published in the Alberta Gazette.
The following parcels of land should be added to the irrigation district and the 
notation added to the certificate of title:
LINC Number
Short Legal Description as shown on title
Title Number
0022 076 988
NORTH EAST 2-19-22-W4M
041 297 153
0022 067 060
SOUTH EAST 15-20-22-W4M
031 204 605
0022 076 624
SOUTH WEST 15-20-22-W4M
031 204 605 +1
0022 076 616
NORTH WEST 15-20-22-W4M
031 204 605 +1
0022 067 053
NORTH EAST 15-20-22-W4M
031 204 605
I certify the procedures required under part 4 of the Irrigation Districts Act have been 
completed and the area of the Bow River Irrigation District should be changed 
according to the above list.
Laurie Hodge, Office Manager,
and Len Ring, Director,
		Irrigation Secretariat.
______________
Notice to Irrigation Secretariat: 
Change of Area of an Irrigation District
On behalf of the Western Irrigation District, I hereby request that the Irrigation 
Secretariat forward a certified copy of this notice to the Registrar for Land Titles for 
the purposes of registration under Section 22 of the Land Titles Act and arrange for 
notice to be published in the Alberta Gazette.
The following parcels of land should be removed from the irrigation district and the 
notation removed from the certificate of title:
LINC Number
Short Legal Description as shown on title
Title Number
0029 607 322
4; 23; 25; 34; SE
021 387 651 +1
I certify the procedures required under part 4 of the Irrigation Districts Act have been 
completed and the area of the Western Irrigation District should be changed 
according to the above list.
		Laurie Hodge, Office Manager, 
		Irrigation Secretariat.
Energy
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 - Entice Edmonton & 
Belly River Agreement" and that the Unit became effective on March 1, 2002.


 


 


 

 




 

 



 

 



 

 
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Notice is hereby given, pursuant to section 102 of the Mines and Minerals Act, that 
the Minister of Energy on behalf of the Crown has executed counterparts of the 
agreement entitled "Unit Agreement - Loon Slave Point "A" Pool Unit" with respect 
to amend the said agreement by recalculating the Tract Factor of Tract No. 7 of the 
Unit, and that the amendment became effective on December 1, 2006.

 

 

 




 

 



 

 

Environment
Specified Gas Reporting Standard
March 2007
Prepared by:

Evaluation and Reporting Section
Environmental Monitoring and Evaluation Branch
Environmental Assurance
Alberta Environment
12th floor, Oxbridge Place
9820 - 106th Street
Edmonton, AB
T5K 2J6
Phone:  (780) 427-0685
Fax:  (780) 422-8606

Additional copies of this document may be obtained by contacting:
Alberta Environment Information Centre 
Main Floor, 9820 - 106 Street 
Edmonton, Alberta T5K 2L6 
Phone: (780) 427-2700 (Toll free by first dialing 310-000) 
Fax: (780) 422-4086
E-mail: env.infocent@gov.ab.ca

ISBN: 978-0-7785-5476-9 (Printed)
ISBN: 978-0-7785-5477-6 (On-line)

Web Site: http://www3.gov.ab.ca/env/air/EMR/sgreporting.html

Copyright in this publication, regardless of format, belongs to Her Majesty the Queen 
in right of the Province of Alberta.  Reproduction of this publication, in whole or in 
part, regardless of purpose, requires the prior written permission of Alberta 
Environment.
(c) Her Majesty the Queen in right of the Province of Alberta, 2007.
1  Definitions 

1(1) In this Standard, 

(a) "Act" means the Climate Change and Emissions Management Act;

(b) "biomass" means plant materials, animal waste or any product made of 
either of these and includes without limitation wood and wood 
products, charcoal, agricultural residues and wastes including organic 
material above and below ground, both living and dead, such as trees, 
crops, grasses, tree litter, roots, municipal and industrial wastes where 
the organic material is biological in origin, landfill gas, bio-alcohols, 
black liquor, sludge gas, animal or plant-derived oils;

(c) "biomass emissions" means the direct emissions from the combustion of 
biomass; 

(d) "CH4" means methane;

(e) "CO2" means carbon dioxide;

(f) "CO2e" means the 100 year global warming potential of an individual 
specified gas expressed in terms of equivalency to CO2 set out in the 
1995 Summary for Policy Makers - A report of Working Group I of the 
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change as published by the 
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change;

(g) "direct emissions" means release of specified gases from sources 
actually located at a facility and does not include geologically injected 
CO2;

(h) "EDR" means the secure on-line electronic data reporting system 
accessible at https://edrappprodb.statcan.ca/GHG;

(i) "emission factor" means the representative value that relates the rate or 
quantity of a specified gas released to the atmosphere with an activity 
associated with the release of that specified gas;

(j) "engineering estimates" means the emission estimation method from 
engineering principles and judgement, using knowledge of the chemical 
and physical processes involved, the design features of the source, or an 
understanding of the applicable physical and chemical laws;

(k) "flaring emissions" means direct emissions from the controlled 
combustion of a gas or liquid stream produced on site not for the 
purpose of producing energy and includes without limitation emissions 
arising from waste petroleum incineration, hazardous emissions 
prevention systems (whether in pilot or active mode), well testing, 
natural gas gathering systems, processing plant operations, crude oil 
production, pipeline operations, petroleum refining and chemical 
fertilizer and steel production;

(l) "geologically injected CO2" means CO2 captured at a facility and injected 
into geological formations.  Geologically injected CO2 is not a direct 
emission;

(m) "global warming potential" or GWP is the relative measure of the 
warming effect that the emission of a specified gas might have on the 
Earth's atmosphere calculated as the ratio of the time-integrated 
radiative forcing that would result from the emission of one kilogram of 
a given specified gas to that from the emission of one kilogram of 
carbon dioxide;  

(n) "HFC" means hydrofluorocarbons;

(o) 	"HFC Species" means   CHF3, CH2F2, CH3F, C5H2F10 (structure: 
CF3CHFCHFCF2CF3), C2HF5, C2H2F4 (structure: CHF2CHF2), C2H2F4 
(structure: CH2FCF3), C2H3F3 (structure: CHF2CH2F), C2H3F3 
(structure: CF3CH3), C2H4F2 (structure: CH3CHF2), C3HF7 (structure: 
CF3CHFCF3), C3H2F6 (structure: CF3CH2CF3) and C3H3F5 (structure: 
CH2FCF2CHF2);

(p) "industrial process emissions" means direct emissions from an industrial 
process involving chemical or physical reactions, other than 
combustion, and where the primary purpose of the industrial process is 
not energy production;
 
(q) "industrial product use emissions" means direct emissions from the use 
of a product that does not react in the process and includes without 
limitation SF6 and HFC use as a cover gas and use of SF6 in electrical 
equipment;

(r) "mass balance" means a type of emission estimation method whereby 
emissions are determined from the difference in the input and output of 
a unit operation where the accumulation and depletion of a substance 
are included in the calculations;

(s) "monitoring or direct measurement" means a type of emission estimation 
method using continuous emission monitoring systems (CEMS), 
predictive emission monitoring (correlations developed between 
measured emission rates and process parameters) or source testing such 
as stack sampling;

(t) "N2O" means nitrous oxide;

(u) "on-site transportation emissions" means direct emissions resulting from 
fuel combustion in machinery used for the on-site transportation of 
products and material integral to the production process;

(v) "other fugitive emissions" means direct emissions that do not fall under 
stationary fuel combustion emissions, industrial process emissions, 
venting emissions, flaring emissions, on-site transportation emissions, 
or waste and wastewater emissions and includes without limitation 
intentional or unintentional releases of gases arising from the 
production, processing, transmission, storage and use of solid, liquid or 
gaseous fuels;


(w) "PFCs" means perfluorocarbons; 

(x) 	"PFC species" means CF4, C2F6, C3F8, C4F10, c-C4F8, C5F12, and C6F14;

(y) "Regulation" means the Specified Gas Reporting Regulation; 

(z) "SF6" means sulphur hexafluoride; 

(aa) "stationary fuel combustion emissions" means direct emissions 
resulting from non-vehicular combustion of fossil or biomass fuel for 
the purpose of producing energy but does not include biomass 
combustion CO2 emissions; 

(bb) "venting emissions" means direct emissions from intentional releases to 
the atmosphere of a waste gas or liquid stream and includes without 
limitation emissions of casing gas, associated (or solution) gas, treater, 
stabilizer, dehydrator off-gas, blanket gas and emissions from 
pneumatic devices which use natural gas as a driver, compressor start-
up, pipeline and other blowdowns and metering and regulation station 
control loops;
        and,
        
(cc) "waste and wastewater emissions" means direct emissions from 
disposal of waste and waste or wastewater treatment and includes 
without limitation sources of emissions from on-site waste disposal and 
waste or wastewater treatment at a facility such as landfilling of solid 
waste, flaring of landfill gas, treatment of liquid waste and waste 
incineration.

(2) Where this Standard uses a term defined in the Act or the Regulation, the term has 
the meaning set out in the Act or Regulation. 

(3) Where this Standard uses a term defined in the EDR that has a meaning that is 
similar, the term is deemed to have the same meaning as set out in the EDR.

(4) Where this Standard uses a term defined in the EDR that has a meaning that is 
contradictory, the term has the meaning set out in this Standard. 

2  SPECIFIED GAS REPORTING THRESHOLD 

2(1) The threshold level for submission of a specified gas report is the release of 
100,000 tonnes of CO2e based on the sum of direct emissions of CO2, CH4, N2O, 
HFCs, PFCs, and SF6.

(2) Biomass emissions of CO2 shall not be included in the determination required by 
subsection 1. 

(3) The determination of direct emissions required by subsection 1 shall be made 
using the following equation: 

 

 

Where,

ECO2 is the direct emissions of CO2, in the calendar year, measured in tonnes 
for each source category;

        GWPCO2 is the global warming potential of CO2: 1;
        
ECH4 is the direct emissions of CH4 in the calendar year, measured in tonnes 
for each source category;

        GWPCH4 is the global warming potential of CH4: 21;
        
EN2O is the direct emissions of N2O in the calendar year, measured in tonnes 
for each source category;

        GWPN2O is the global warming potential of N2O: 310;
        
EPFC  is the total of industrial process emissions and industrial product use 
emissions restricted to PFC species, in the calendar year, measured in 
tonnes;

        GWPPFC  is the global warming potential of a PFC species as set out below:

Specified Gas
Formula
GWP
Perfluoromethane
CF4
6500
Perfluoroethane
C2F6
9200
Perfluoropropane
C3F8
7000
Perfluorobutane
C4F10
7000
Perfluorocyclobutane
c-C4F8
8700
Perfluoropentane
C5F12
7500
Perfluorohexane
C6F14
7400

EHFC is the total of industrial process emissions and industrial product use 
emissions restricted to HFC species, in the calendar year, measured in 
tonnes;

GWPHFC is the global warming potential of a HFC species as set out below:

Specified Gas
Formula
GWP
HFC-23
CHF3
11700
HFC-32
CH2F2
650
HFC-41
CH3F
150
HFC-43-10mee
C5H2F10 (structure: CF3CHFCHFCF2CF3)
1300
HFC-125
C2HF5
2800
HFC-134
C2H2F4 (structure: CHF2CHF2)
1000
HFC-134a
C2H2F4 (structure: CH2FCF3)
1300
HFC-143
C2H3F3 (structure: CHF2CH2F)
300
HFC-143a
C2H3F3 (structure: CF3CH3)
3800
HFC-152a
C2H4F2 (structure: CH3CHF2)
140
HFC-227ea
C3HF7 (structure: CF3CHFCF3)
2900
HFC-236fa
C3H2F6 (structure: CF3CH2CF3)
6300
HFC-245ca
C3H3F5 (structure: CH2FCF2CHF2)
560

ESF6 is the total of industrial process emissions and industrial product use 
emissions restricted to SF6, in the calendar year, measured in tonnes; 

        GWPSF6 is the global warming potential of SF6: 23900;
        
        Where "i" is a particular source category;
        
        Where "v" is a particular PFC or HFC species;
        
        Where "n" is the number of source categories; and,
        
Where "m" is the number of species.

3  SPECIFIED GAS REPORT FILING 

3(1) A specified gas reporter shall submit the specified gas report required by the 
Regulation to the Director by means of the EDR.

(2) A specified gas reporter shall submit the specified gas report so that it is received 
no later than June 1 in the year that follows the year to which the report relates. 

4  SPECIFIED GAS REPORTER AND FACILITY INFORMATION 

4(1) The specified gas report shall include the following information about the 
specified gas reporter and the specified gas reporter's facility:

(a)	the specified gas reporter's legal and trade name, business number, 
telephone number and address;

(b)	the two and four digit North American Industry Classification (NAICS) 
codes and the six digit NAICS Canada code for the facility;

(c)	 the National Pollutant Release Inventory (NPRI) identification number 
for the facility, if any;

(d)	the facility name, where applicable and facility location;

(e)	if the specified gas reporter is a subsidiary, the name, address, city of 
the parent company, and the percentage ownership of this subsidiary by 
the parent company;

(f)	the name, position, address and telephone number of the public contact, 
if applicable;

(g)	if the facility is the subject of an Environmental Protection and 
Enhancement Act approval or registration, the number of that approval 
or registration;

(h)	the main sector of activity for the facility.

5  MANDATORY SPECIFIED GAS EMISSION INFORMATION

5(1) The specified gas report shall contain the following information in respect of 
emissions of specified gases at the specified gas reporter's facility for the previous 
calendar year: 

(a)	the amount, in tonnes, of each of the specified gases listed in column 2 
of Table 1 for each direct emissions type applicable to the facility listed 
in column 1 of Table 1; 

(b)	the amount of HFCs by HFC species and PFCs by PFC species, 
released at the facility from industrial processes emissions and 
industrial product use emissions and expressed as tonnes of CO2e;

(c)	the amount of SF6 released at the facility from industrial processes 
emissions and industrial product use emissions and expressed as tonnes 
of CO2e;

(d)	the total of the direct emissions, based on the information required by 
subsections (a), (b) and (c), expressed as tonnes of CO2e, but not 
including biomass emissions; 

(e)	listing of methodology types used in calculating or determining the 
amounts required by subsections (a), (b) and (c) from the following: 

(i) monitoring or direct measurement; 
(ii) mass balance; 
(iii) emission factors; or 
(iv) engineering estimate. 

     Table 1
Column 1 - Direct Emissions Type 
Column 2 - Specified Gas Type 
Stationary Fuel Combustion Emissions 
CO2, CH4, N2O 
Industrial Process Emissions 
CO2, CH4, N2O 
Venting and Flaring
CO2, CH4, N2O
Other Fugitive Emissions
CO2, CH4, N2O
On-site Transportation Emissions
CO2, CH4, N2O
Waste and Wastewater Emissions
CO2, CH4, N2O
Biomass Emissions 
CO2 

6  ADDITIONAL SPECIFIED GAS EMISSION INFORMATION 

6(1) The specified gas report may contain the following additional information in 
respect of emissions of specified gases at the specified gas reporter's facility for the 
previous calendar year: 

(a)	the amount of geologically injected CO2; 

(b)	the methodologies, emission factors, equations and calculations used in 
calculating or determining emissions;

(c)	citation of methodology reference publications used in calculating or 
determining direct emissions; 

(d)	the amount, in tonnes, of indirect emissions of CO2, CH4 and N2O 
associated with the generation of imported/purchased electricity, steam 
or heat for the facility; 

(e)	a calculation of net specified gas emissions, in tonnes, based on the 
direct emissions total reported pursuant to section 5(1)(d) less offsets or 
emission reduction equivalencies;

(f)	a determination of specified gas emission intensity expressed in tonnes, 
and associated calculation;

and

(g)	the amount, in tonnes, of biological sequestration of CO2, which the 
specified gas reporter has assigned to the benefit of a facility's 
operations.  

7  METHODOLOGY 

7(1) A specified gas reporter shall calculate or determine the amount of stationary 
fuel combustion emissions, industrial process emissions, venting and flaring 
emissions, other fugitive emissions, on-site transportation emissions, waste and 
wastewater emissions and biomass emissions where required by sections 2 and 5 by 
using one or more of the applicable methodologies, emission factors, equations and 
calculations that is: 

(a)	widely accepted by the industry to which the facility belongs; or 

(b)	consistent with the guidelines approved for use by the United Nations 
Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) for the 
Preparation of National Greenhouse Gas Emission Inventories by 
Annex 1 Parties (Decision 18/CP.8), and the annex to that decision 
contained in FCCC/CP/2002/8.  

8  CERTIFICATION 

8(1) The submission of the report shall be accompanied by a completed statement of 
certification in the following form: 

STATEMENT OF CERTIFICATION

For:	{Reporting Company Legal Name}
	{Facility Name}
	{Facility Location}
Facility ID: {Facility ID}
NPRI ID: {NPRI ID}
Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act 
Approval No: {EPEA Approval No}

I hereby certify that I have reviewed the report submitted, and have exercised due 
diligence to ensure that the submitted information is true and complete. The amounts 
and values (presented below) are accurate, based on reasonable estimates using 
available data. 

SUMMARY OF THE DATA SUBMITTED

Specified Gas
Total Tonnes
Total Tonnes (in  
CO2e)





Carbon dioxide 
 
CO2
 
CO2e
Methane 

 
CH4
 
CO2e
Nitrous oxide 
 
NO2
 
CO2e
Hydrofluorocarbons (HFC) 


 
CO2e
Perfluorocarbons (PFC)


 
CO2e
Sulphur hexafluoride 
 
SF6
 
CO2e





Total Emissions


 
CO2e





Carbon dioxide from 
biomass combustion 

CO2
 
CO2e

I, ___________________________________, [Certifying Official] have the authority 
to bind the reporting company.

__________________________________		_______________________
SIGNATURE OF CERTIFYING OFFICIAL	DATE

Certifying Official
Name	: {First and Last Name of certifying official}
Position/Title	: {Position of certifying official}
Telephone	: {(XXX) XXX-XXXX} Ext: {XXXXX} Fax: {(XXX) XXX-XXXX}
E-mail	: {E-mail of certifying official}
Metis Settlements General Council Policy

Manual for MSGC Executive Officers

GC-P0603

Part 1
Context

Background
1	This Policy is made under sections 222(1)(ii)(iv) and (vi)1 of the Metis 
Settlements Act.
Purpose
2	The purpose of this Policy is to enable General Council to make a manual 
for General Council Executive Officers with rules and guidelines concerning 
their functions, powers and duties including the Executive's authority to 
make human resource policies for General Council staff. 
Part 2
Interpretation

Definitions
3(1)	The following definitions apply in this Policy:

(a)	"General Council" means the Metis Settlements General Council 
incorporated by section 214 of the Act.

(b)	"Minister" means the Minister determined under section 16 of the 
Government Organization Act as the Minister responsible for this 
Act. 

(c)	"General Council Executive Officers" means the President, Vice 
president, Elected Secretary and Treasurer.

(2)	Footnotes are part of the Policy and included to help with interpretation.

_____________________________
1 Section 222(1)(ii)(iv) provides that "General Council, after consultation with the Minister, may 
make, amend, or repeal General Council Policies respecting the internal management and 
affairs of the General Council, including the functions, powers and duties of General 
Council officers and their executive decision-making and signing authority, both 
individually and collectively."

Section 222(1)(ii)(vi) provides that "General Council, after consultation with the Minister, may make, 
amend, or repeal General Council Policies respecting the internal management and affairs 
of the General Council, including human resource policies for General Council staff."  
Part 3
Manual for General Council Executive Officers

Authority to make a Manual for General Council Executive Officers
4(1)	The General Council may make, amend, or repeal rules and procedures 
within a manual concerning the functions, powers and duties of General 
Council Executive Officers and their executive decision-making and signing 
authority, both individually and collectively.
(2)	In setting out the functions, powers and duties of General Council Officers, 
provisions may be made within the Manual for General Council Executive 
Officers to make, amend, or repeal a separate human resources manual for 
General Council staff and contractors.  

Passed on the 3rd reading this 25th day of May, 2006, in the City of Edmonton, 
Province of Alberta.



_________________________	______________________
MSGC President	MSGC Secretary
______________
Metis Settlements General Council
PROCESS AND PROCEDURE FOR MAKING POLICIES
GCP 2006/03
Table of Contents
Part 1
Context

1	Background
2	Purpose 
3	Effect
Part 2 
Interpretation
4	Definitions
Part 3 
Procedure for Requesting, Recording and Correcting Policies
5	Request for a new Policy or amendment
6	Recording requirements
7	Technical defects
Part 4 
Process for Making, Amending and Repealing Policies
8 	Consultation with the Minister
9	Readings
10 	Ministerial review
11 	Emergency Policies
Part 1
Context
Background
1	This Policy is made under section 222(1)(ii)(v)  of the Metis Settlements 
Act.
Purpose
2	The purpose of this Policy is to establish the process and procedure for 
considering and voting on General Council Policies, including public notice 
and consultation with settlement members. 
Effect
3	Part 8 of the Metis Settlements General Council Rules and Procedures 
GCADMIN91001, as amended September 6, 2001 and further amended by 
MSGC Election Policy GCP0406, is hereby repealed and replaced by this 
Policy.
Part 2
Interpretation
Definitions
4(1)   The following definitions apply in this Policy:
(a)	"Act" means the Metis Settlements Act;
(b)	"Agenda" means the official list and sequence of business to be 
dealt with at a meeting;
(c)	"Board" means the eight Settlement Chairpersons and Officers of 
the General Council; 
(d)	"Councillor" means a settlement member elected or appointed to a 
Settlement Council;
(e)	"General Council" means the Metis Settlements General Council 
incorporated by section 214 of the Act;
(f)	"General Council Executive" means the Officers of the General 
Council;
(g)	"Member of the General Council" means the councillors of all the 
settlement councils and the officers of the General Council as set 
out in section 214(2) of the Act;
(h)	"Minister" means the Minister determined under section 16 of the 
Government Organization Act as the Minister responsible for this 
Act; 
(i)	"Officers of the General Council" mean the President, 
Vice-president, Elected Secretary and Treasurer;
(j)	"Policy document" means a draft Policy, amendment, or repeal of 
an existing Policy;
(k)	"Settlement Council or Council" means the Council of a 
Settlement;
(l)	"Settlement Chair" means the Chair of a Settlement Council;
(m)	"Settlement member" means an individual who is a member of a 
Metis Settlement;
(n)	"Substantive changes" mean any amendments that do more than 
correct mere technical defects;   
(o)	"Technical defects" mean grammatical mistakes, including typos, 
poor punctuation, and numbering errors;   
(p)	"Technical Drafting Team" means an ad hoc group of Ministry 
officials and representatives from General Council-including, but 
not limited to members of General Council's Standing Advisory 
Committees and other sub-committees-convened for the purpose 
of drafting new Policy frameworks, amendments, or wording to 
repeal existing Policies.  

(2)	Footnotes are part of the Policy and included to help with interpretation.
Part 3
Procedure for Requesting, Recording and Correcting Policies 
Request for a new Policy or amendment
5(1)	A request for a new Policy or a change in existing Policy may be initiated by 
any member of the General Council.
(2)	The request for a new Policy or amendment may be submitted in writing to 
the Elected Secretary, or it may be requested by way of a motion during a 
General Council Assembly.
(3)	Officers of the Metis Settlement General Council may commence Policy 
development work on their own initiative for General Council's 
consideration.
Recording requirements
6(1)	Policies that are passed by General Council must be indexed, assigned a 
number, and recorded in the minutes.   

(2)	Three official copies of the General Council Policy shall be prepared and 
signed by the President and Elected Secretary.   
Technical defects
7	If technical defects are found in an approved General Council Policy, 
General Council can correct the defects by ordinary resolution and the 
process provisions in Part 4 do not apply to corrections made under this 
section.  
Part 4
Procedure for Making, Amending and Repealing Policies
Consultation with the Minister
8	General Council shall consult with the Minister when making, amending, or 
repealing General Council Policies by:
(a)	providing notice in writing to the Minister summarizing the 
proposed Policy initiative; and
(b)	working as needed with the Minister's officials through the 
Technical Drafting Team to develop the Policy document.
Readings
9(1)	General Council must utilize the following process when making, amending 
or repealing General Council Policies: 
(a)	first reading:  
(i)	the Policy document is introduced and discussed at a 
General Council Assembly
(ii)	where changes to the Policy document 
are proposed, General Council will 
note the proposed changes; 
(iii)	subject to any notations for change, 
General Council may accept the 
Policy document on first reading 
through ordinary resolution;
(iv)	If General Council directs that 
substantive change be made to the 
Policy document, the Policy document 
must be forwarded to the Technical 
Drafting Team before proceeding to 
second reading;
(b)	second reading and public posting: 
(i)	if substantive changes are not required, first and second 
readings may be held at the same Assembly meeting;
(ii)	General Council may accept the Policy document on 
second reading through ordinary resolution and further 
direct through the same resolution that the Policy 
document be posted in all Settlement offices for 15 
consecutive days before proceeding to third reading; 
(c)	third reading: 
(i)	following the posting period, the Policy document is read 
a third time; and
(ii)	General Council may approve the Policy document on 
third reading through special resolution.
Ministerial review
10(1)	As required under section 224 of the Act, all Policies made by General 
Council must be sent to the Minister:  
(a)	the Elected Secretary shall ensure that General Council Policies are 
sent to the Minister within 10 working days of their passage by 
General Council.
Emergency Policies
11(1)	Subject to subsections (2) and (3) below, if six of eight Settlements agree 
that an emergency situation exists, General Council can consider a Policy 
document and by special resolution:
(a)	declare that the Policy document represents an emergency Policy 
and that the requirements for public posting before passage do not 
apply; and
(b)	hold all three readings of the Policy document at the same meeting.
(2)	Policies that are passed under this section are only temporary and will be in 
effect for a period not greater than 90 days, or until replaced by a General 
Council Policy passed in accordance with Part 4 of this Policy.  
(3)	Policies that are passed under this section must be posted at each Settlement 
office for a period of 15 days after they are approved by General Council.  

Passed on the 3rd reading this       day of       , 2006, in the City of Edmonton, 
Province of Alberta.



_________________________	______________________
MSGC President	MSGC Secretary

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Metis Settlements General Council
2006-2007 FINANCIAL ALLOCATION POLICY 
GCP0602
1.1	CONTEXT
The purpose of this Policy is to specify certain monies in Part I of the 
Consolidated Fund for the purposes of allocation to the General Council for 
the 2006-2007 financial year.
1.2	DEFINITIONS
In this Policy, 
a)	"financial year" means financial year as that term is used in section 
139 of the Metis Settlements Act ("MSA"); 
b)	"resource revenue" means the monies in Part 1 of the Consolidated 
Fund which are attributable to the co-management of the 
subsurface resource agreements relating to the settlement areas;
c)	other terms defined in the MSA or its Schedules have the same 
meaning when used in this Policy.

1.3	MONIES AVAILABLE FOR ALLOCATION 
Pursuant to Parts 6 and 8 of the MSA, for the 2006-2007 financial year, this 
Policy hereby specifies that $2,000,000 Resource Revenue monies in or 
payable to Part I of the Consolidated Fund will be available for allocation to 
the General Council.
1.4	ALLOCATION
The monies specified in Section 1.3 above are allocated to General Council 
as follows:
        
i.	2006-07 Settlement Council Salaries		$ 2,000,000
1.5	STATUS OF POLICY
This Policy does not rescind or repeal any General Council Policy in whole 
or in part.

Passed on the 3rd reading this 9th day of March, 2006, in the City of Edmonton, 
Province of Alberta.



_________________________	______________________
MSGC President	MSGC Secretary

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Metis Settlements General Council
2006-2007 FINANCIAL ALLOCATION POLICY 
GCP0601
1.1	CONTEXT
The purpose of this Policy is to specify certain monies in Part I of the 
Consolidated Fund for the purposes of allocation to the General Council for 
the 2006-2007 financial year.
1.2	DEFINITIONS
In this Policy, 
a)	"financial year" means financial year as that term is used in section 
139 of the Metis Settlements Act ("MSA"); 
b)	"resource revenue" means the monies in Part 1 of the Consolidated 
Fund which are attributable to the co-management of the 
subsurface resource agreements relating to the settlement areas;
c)	"grant funding" means the monies in Part I of the Consolidated 
Fund which are attributable to grants;
d)	other terms defined in the MSA or its Schedules have the same 
meaning when used in this Policy.

1.3	MONIES AVAILABLE FOR ALLOCATION 
Pursuant to Parts 6 and 8 of the MSA, for the 2006-2007 financial year, this 
Policy hereby specifies that $9,378,425 Resource Revenue and $4,891,799 
Grant Funding monies in or payable to Part I of the Consolidated Fund will 
be available for allocation to the General Council.
1.4	ALLOCATION
The monies specified in Section 1.3 above are allocated to General Council 
as follows:
        
i.	2006-07 Oil & Gas Operations Budget	$ 4,382,789
ii.	2006-07 Governance Budget	$ 3,995,636
iii.	2006-07 Grant Budget	$ 4,891,799
iv.	2006-07 Infrastructure Budget	$ 1,000,000
        Total	$14,270,224
1.5	STATUS OF POLICY
This Policy does not rescind or repeal any General Council Policy in whole 
or in part.

Passed on the 3rd reading this 25th day of January, 2006, in the City of Edmonton, 
Province of Alberta.



_________________________	______________________
MSGC President	MSGC Secretary
Municipal Affairs and Housing
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00
For the period October 1, 2006 to December 31, 2006
Function: Fire Services Exemplary Service Medal Investitures 2006 
Date of Function: October 23, 2006 
Amount: $3,050.42 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta 
Purpose: To award the members of Alberta's Fire Service the Fire Services 
Exemplary Medal in recognition of long and outstanding service.
Function: Municipal Internship Program - An Evening with the Minister 
Date of Function: October 30, 2006 
Amount: $1,403.69 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta 
Purpose: A casual evening for the Minister and Municipal Interns.
Function: Municipal Internship Program 
Date of Function: October 30 to November 3, 2006 
Amount: $5,224.59 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta 
Purpose: Executive Week and Alumni Event
Function: 2006/07 Linear Property Assessment Complaints Workshop 
Date of Function: October 11, 2006 
Amount: $697.01 
Location: Calgary, Alberta 
Purpose: To obtain feedback from our linear clients on Municipal Government Board 
cases and processes in hearing and deciding cases.
Function: Annual Board Member Recognition Night 
Date of Function: September 12 to 21, 2006 
Amount: $834.00 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta 
Purpose: To recognize contributions made by the outgoing board members and to 
show appreciation for services provided by current members.
Function: Alberta Building Officials Association (ABOA) Fall 2006 Conference 
Date of Function: November 3, 2006 
Amount: $670.16 
Location: Lethbridge, Alberta 
Purpose: To improve standards of building inspections; to be a discussion forum for 
shared issues and concerns in the safety system; the education of the building 
inspector in administration, code development and technical application; and, to 
promote the importance of the building safety official's role in the community.
Function: Canadian Directors of Assessment Conference 
Date of Function: July 9 - 13, 2006 
Amount: $7,807.22 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta 
Purpose: To build ongoing relationships between Alberta Municipal Affairs and the 
directors of assessment from each province.
Function: Alberta Urban Municipalities Association (AUMA) Fall 2006 Convention 
- Minister's Open House 
Date of Function: October 4, 2006 
Amount: $8,266.78 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta 
Purpose: To promote the relationship with elected officials in municipalities from 
across the province.
Safety Codes Council
(Safety Codes Act)
Corporate Accreditation
Pursuant to Section 28 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that the
OPTI Canada Inc. 
Accredited Organization ID C000810 
Order of Accreditation No. 498025-001
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council are authorized 
to provide services under the Safety Codes Act within their jurisdiction for 
ELECTRICAL.  All Parts of the Canadian Electrical Code, Alberta Amendments 
and Regulations, excluding any or all things, processes or activities owned by or 
under the care and control of Corporations accredited by the Safety Codes Council.
Accredited Date: March 12, 2007	Issued Date: March 12, 2007
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Municipal Accreditation
Pursuant to Section 26 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that the
Town of Taber 
Accredited Organization ID M000118 
Order of Accreditation No. 527728-001
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council are authorized 
to provide services under the Safety Codes Act within their jurisdiction for 
PLUMBING.  All Parts of the Canadian Plumbing Code, Alberta Amendments and 
Regulations including Private Sewage Treatment and Disposal Systems, excluding 
any or all things, processes or activities owned by or under the care and control of 
Corporations accredited by the Safety Codes Council.
Accredited Date: February 28, 2007	Issued Date: February 28, 2007
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Municipal Accreditation
Pursuant to Section 26 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that the
Town of Taber 
Accredited Organization ID M000118 
Order of Accreditation No. 525427-001
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council are authorized 
to provide services under the Safety Codes Act within their jurisdiction for GAS.  All 
Parts of the Canadian Gas Association, Propane and Natural Gas Codes, Alberta 
Amendments and Regulations, excluding propane and Natural Gas highway Vehicle 
Conversions, excluding any or all things, processes or activities owned by or under 
the care and control of Corporations accredited by the Safety Codes Council.
Accredited Date: February 28, 2007	Issued Date: February 28, 2007
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Municipal Accreditation
Pursuant to Section 26 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that the
Town of Taber 
Accredited Organization ID M000118 
Order of Accreditation No. 525358-001
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council are authorized 
to provide services under the Safety Codes Act within their jurisdiction for 
ELECTRICAL.  All Parts of the Canadian Electrical Code, Alberta Amendments 
and Regulations, excluding any or all things, processes or activities owned by or 
under the care and control of Corporations accredited by the Safety Codes Council.
Accredited Organization ID: C000141.  Dated March 3, 2007.
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Municipal Accreditation - Amendment
Pursuant to Section 26 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that the
Town of Cochrane 
Accredited Organization ID M000184 
Order of Accreditation No. 76290-001
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council are authorized 
to provide services under the Safety Codes Act within their jurisdiction for 
BUILDING.  All Parts of the Alberta Building Code, excluding any or all things, 
processes or activities owned by or under the control of Corporations accredited by 
the Safety Codes Council.
Accredited Date: December 17, 1995	Issued Date: March 16, 2007.
Solicitor General and Public Security
Designation of Qualified Technician Appointment 
(Intoxilyzer 5000C)
Calgary Police Service 
(Date of Designation March 6, 2007)
Bennett, Christopher Ian

Camrose Police Service 
(Date of Designation March 6, 2007)
Andersson, Noelle Elizabeth
Corbett, John Lorne
Corbett, Randy Thomas
Ferguson, Craig Evan
Macdonald, Jeffrey Lee
Rolfe, Matthew Allen
Wiens, Robert Murray

CFB - Cold Lake 
(Date of Designation March 6, 2007)
Harris, Donald Jeffery Brian

Lacombe Police Service 
(Date of Designation March 6, 2007)
Koopmans, Bradley Simon
Lowther, Scott Anthony

Lethbridge Regional Police Service 
(Date of Designation March 6, 2007)
Darroch, Ryan John Robert
Davidson, John Wade
Jorgensen, Shaun Cristen
Williamson, Michael Bryan

Royal Canadian Mounted Police - "K" Division 
(Date of Designation March 6, 2007)
Dmetrichuk, Danita Marie
Dolhan, Jason Clifford
Maclaren, Gary Shawn
Munro, Warren Patrick

Taber Police Service 
(Date of Designation March 6, 2007)
Johnson, Timothy Widmer
Sustainable Resource Development
Alberta Fishery Regulations, 1998
Notice of Variation Order 58-2006
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 58-2006 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 58-2006 commercial fishing is permitted in accordance 
with the following schedule.
SCHEDULE 
PART 1
Item - 1 
Column 1 Waters - In respect of: (75.1) Muskwa Lake (82-4-W5)
- excluding the following portions:
- that portion within 500 m of the mouth of the Shoal  River in 2-83-5-W5;
- that portion within 1 km of the mouth of the Nipisi River in 35-82-5-W5;
- that portion within 500 m of the mouth of the Muskwa River in 24-82-5-W5 
Column 2 Gear - Gill net not less than 102 mm mesh 
Column 3 Open Time - 08:00 hours March 9, 2007 to 16:00 hours March 12, 2007.
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 13,000 kg; 2) Walleye: 300 kg; 3) 
Yellow perch: 500 kg; 4) Northern pike: 5,000 kg; 5) Tullibee: 13,000 kg; 6) Lake 
trout: 1 kg.
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Notice of Variation Order 59-2006
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 59-2006 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 59-2006 commercial fishing is permitted in accordance 
with the following schedule.
SCHEDULE 
PART 1
Item - 1 
Column 1 Waters - In respect of: (122) Utikuma Lake (79-10-W5)  
a) In respect of Utikuma Lake i)- that portion which is north of a line drawn from the 
access road located at  the point of land in SE24-79-9-W5, then southwest to the 
southeasternmost point of land of the island located in NE14-79-9-W5, then west and 
north along the shore of the island to a point in SW22-79-5-W5,  then southwest to 
the northwestern tip of the island located in NE31-78-9-W5 and then southwest to the 
point of land on the southern shore in SE26-78-10-W5:
b) In respect of all other waters - Closed
Column 2 Gear - Gill net not less than 140 mm mesh 
Column 3 Open Time - 08:00 hours January 15, 2007 to 16:00 hours January 18, 
2007;
08:00 hours January 29, 2007 to 16:00 hour February 1, 2007; 
08:00 hours February 12, 2007 to 16:00 hours February 17, 2007;
08:00 hours March 14, 2007 to 16:00 hours March 31, 2007.
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 200,000 kg; 2) Walleye: 3,000 kg; 
3) Yellow perch: 750 kg; 4) Northern pike: 45,000 kg; 5) Tullibee: 4,500 kg; 6) Lake 
trout: 1 kg.
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Notice of Variation Order 60-2006
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 60-2006 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 60-2006 commercial fishing is permitted in accordance 
with the following schedule.
This Variation Order applies to the holders of M‚tis Commercial Fishing Licences 
and comes into effect on March 14, 2007.
SCHEDULE 
PART 2
Item - 1 
Column 1 Waters - In respect of: (4)Utikuma Lake (79-10-W5)
a) In respect of Utikuma Lake i)- that portion which is north of a line drawn from the 
access road located at  the point of land in SE24-79-9-W5, then southwest to the 
southeasternmost point of land of the island located in NE14-79-9-W5, then west and 
north along the shore of the island to a point in SW22-79-5-W5,  then southwest to 
the northwestern tip of the island located in NE31-78-9-W5 and then southwest to the 
point of land on the southern shore in SE26-78-10-W5:
b) In respect of all other waters - Closed 
Column 2 Gear - Gill net not less than 140 mm mesh 
Column 3 Open Time - 08:00 hours January 3, 2007 to 16:00 hours January 8, 2007;
08:00 hours March 12, 2007 to 07:59 hours March 14, 2007 ;
08:00 hours March 14, 2007 to 16:00 hours March 31, 2007.
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 200,000 kg; 2) Walleye: 3,000 kg; 
3) Yellow perch: 750 kg; 4) Northern pike: 45,000 kg; 5) Tullibee: 4,500 kg; 6) Lake 
trout: 1 kg.
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Notice of Variation Order 61-2006
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 61-2006 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 61-2006 commercial fishing is permitted in accordance 
with the following schedule.
SCHEDULE 
PART 1
Item - 1 
Column 1 Waters - In respect of: (5.1) Beaver Lake (66-13-W4)
- excluding the following portions:
- that portion west of a line drawn from the point of land in 13-34-66-13-W4 to the 
point of land in 14-27-66-13-W4 to the easternmost point of the island in 5-23-66-13-
W4 and to the point of land in 1-23-66-13-W4;
- that portion east of a line drawn from the point of land in 15-18-66-12-W4 to the 
point of land in 10-18-66-12-W4;
- that portion east of a line drawn from the southernmost point of land in 10-18-66-
12-W4 to the northwesternmost point of land in 7-18-66-12-W4;
- that portion north of a line drawn from the point where the shoreline is intersected 
by the western boundary of 14-8-66-12-W4 to the southernmost point of land in 15-8-
66-12-W4;
- that portion east of a line drawn from the southeasternmost point of land in 10-4-66-
12-W4 to the westernmost point of land in 1-14-66-12-W4;
- that portion north of a line drawn from the southeasternmost point of land in 4-3-66-
12-W4 to the southeasternmost point of land in 3-3-66-12-W4 
Column 2 Gear - Gill net not less than 140 mm mesh 
Column 3 Open Time - 08:00 hours March 18, 2007 to 16:00 hours March 25, 
2007.
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 5,600 kg; 2) Walleye: 248 kg; 3) 
Yellow perch: 200 kg; 4) Northern pike: 446 kg; 5) Tullibee: 1 kg; 6) Lake trout: 1 
kg.
Tourism, Parks, Recreation and Culture
Notice of Intention to Designate a Provincial Historic Resource
(Historical Resources Act)
File: Des. 1857
Notice is hereby given that sixty days from the date of service of this Notice and its 
publication in Alberta Gazette, the Minister of Tourism, Parks, Recreation and 
Culture intends to make an Order that the site known as the: 
Canadian Northern Railway Station, together with the land legally described as:
Plan 062 4021, Block X, Lot 4
Excepting thereout all mines and minerals.
Area: 0.842 hectares (2.08 acres) more or less
and municipally located at 4407 - 47 Avenue in the Town of Camrose, Alberta be 
designated as a PROVINCIAL HISTORIC RESOURCE under Section 20 of the 
HISTORICAL RESOURCES ACT, R.S.A. 2000 C. H-9.
The reasons for the designation are as follows: The heritage value of the Canadian 
Northern Railway Station lies in its architectural significance as one of the oldest and 
finest examples of a Third Class, Plan 100-29 railway station in Alberta.  It also 
possesses heritage value as a symbol of the essential role of railways in opening the 
province to settlement and agriculture.
In 1911, the Canadian Northern Railway (CNoR) constructed a "Third Class" station 
in Camrose according to the company's Plan 100-29.  Plan 100-29 was the third of 
four "Third Class" station designs developed for the CNoR by influential architect 
Ralph Benjamin Pratt.  Each of the "Third Class" stations designed by Pratt was 
distinguished by its hip roof - a unique feature that immediately branded the stations 
as CNoR constructions.   The main floor of the building accommodated a waiting 
room and office, while the upper level contained living quarters for the stationmaster.  
The station also possessed a sizable, single storey wing that served as a baggage area.  
Initially, the building featured a shingled exterior as per CNoR architectural plans.  In 
1918, the Canadian Northern Railway was amalgamated into the Canadian National 
Railway (CNR); in 1937, the CNR stuccoed the exterior - a common practice by the 
company to standardize the appearance of its stations, some of which it had absorbed 
from the defunct Canadian Northern Railway and Grand Trunk Pacific Railway 
companies.  Two separate ancillary buildings - a tool shed and a workingman's shed - 
were moved to the site in the early 1920s; they are consistent with the types of 
outbuildings constructed by the CNR during this period. 
With the gradual disappearance of early train stations from Alberta's communities, 
buildings like the Canadian Northern Railway Station at Camrose have gained 
increased historic significance as structural reminders of the essential role that the 
railways played in establishing settlement and agricultural economy in the province.  
It is therefore considered that the preservation and protection of the resource is in the 
public interest.
Dated this 9th day of March, A.D. 2007.
John Kristensen, Assistant Deputy Minister.
ADVERTISEMENTS
Horse Racing Alberta
(Horse Racing Alberta Act)
Horse Racing (Officials and Participants) Licensing Amendment Rules
1	The Horse Racing (Officials and Participants) Licensing Rules are 
amended by these rules.
2	Section 13 is amended by adding the following after subsection (2):
	(3)	If a *race horse dies or is euthanized at the race track, the 
official veterinarian 
		(a)	has the primary entitlement to take possession 
of the horse for a post mortem examination and 
may retain possession of it for any period that 
the official veterinarian considers appropriate;
		(b)	the results of any post mortem examination may 
be used for any purpose consistent with the Act 
and rules made under the Act.
3	The following section is added after section 32:
	Unlicensed racing personnel
	32.1		A person who is the holder of a subsisting licence issued 
by *Horse Racing Alberta contravenes these rules if they 
employ or engage a person who is required to be licensed 
under the Act or any rules made under the Act but who is 
not licensed.
4	The following section is added after section 60:
	Decision on application
	60.1		The *judges/stewards board may grant, with or without 
special conditions, a trainer's license, or refuse the 
application.
5	Section 83 is amended by repealing subsection (4) and substituting:
	(4)		If a jockey is suspended for what the stewards board 
considers to be a minor infraction, and the jockey has 
engagement slips, properly completed, on file with the 
racing secretary's office at least 7 days before a stakes 
race, the jockey may ride in the stakes race under the 
following conditions:
			(a)	a day in which the suspended jockey 
participates in one stakes race counts as a 
suspension day;
			(b)	a day in which a suspended jockey participates 
in more than one stakes race does not count as a 
suspension day, and the suspension is extended 
one day for each date on which the jockey 
participates in more than one stakes race.
Horse Racing Alberta
(Horse Racing Alberta Act)
Horse Racing Amendment Rules
1	The Horse Racing Rules are amended by these rules.
2	The following section is added after section 23:
	Shock wave therapy
23.1	No person may administer shock wave therapy to a *race 
horse unless that person is a *licensed veterinarian.
3	Section 24 is repealed and the following substituted:
	Equine Infectious Anemia (E.I.A.)
	24	(1)	Any person who is responsible for a *horse stabled on the 
grounds of a *race track for the purpose of flat racing 
must ensure that a negative test for equine infectious 
anemia has been issued with respect to that horse on or 
after November 1 of the preceding year and before April 
1 of the current year.
		(2)	Any person responsible for a standardbred horse stabled 
on the grounds of a race track must ensure that a negative 
test for equine infectious anemia, dated in the preceding 
12 months, has been issued with respect to that horse.
		(3)	No person may bring a horse onto the grounds of a race 
track or permit the entry of a horse onto the grounds of a 
race track after March 31 of any year, unless a certificate 
of a negative test for equine infectious anemia has been 
issued with respect to that horse in accordance with 
subsection (1) or (2).
		(4)	A *race horse the subject of a positive test for equine 
infectious anemia must be immediately reported, by its 
*trainer or other person in charge of it, to the *official 
veterinarian.
		(5)	On receipt of the report, the official veterinarian must 
arrange for the affected horse to be isolated.
4	Section 30 is repealed and the following substituted:
	Horses on the bleeder list
30	A *horse placed on the bleeder list may not participate in 
a horse race for at least 
(a)	14 consecutive days after the first occurrence;
(b)	90 consecutive days after the second 
occurrence;
(c)	365 consecutive days after the third occurrence.
5	Section 31 is repealed and the following substituted:
	EIPH eligibility requirements
	31		The *official veterinarian  may certify a *horse as 
eligible for the *EIPH program when a *licensed 
veterinarian and *trainer verifies, on a *prescribed form, 
that they have determined that it would be in the horse's 
best interest to race with furosemide and be placed on the 
EIPH certified list.
6	Section 37 is repealed and the following substituted:
	Decertification
	37	The *official veterinarian may remove the name of a 
*horse from the *EIPH certified list after the expiration 
of 100 days from its most recent certification on 
application on the *prescribed form by the horse's 
*trainer.
7	The following is added after section 167:
	Certificate of positive analysis
	167.1	(1)	A certificate of positive analysis of an official sample 
completed in accordance with Part V of the Pari-Mutuel 
Betting Supervision Regulations, purporting to be signed 
by one or more official chemists and stating that the 
chemist or chemists has or have analyzed or examined 
the substance and stating the result of the analysis or 
examination, is admissible in evidence in any hearing 
before the Alberta Horse Industry Appeal Tribunal or the 
judges/stewards, and in the absence of evidence to the 
contrary, is proof of the statements contained in the 
certificate without proof of signature or official character 
of the person or persons appearing to have signed the 
certificate.
		(2)	The party against whom a certificate of positive analysis 
of an official sample is produced at any hearing may 
require the attendance of the chemist or chemists for the 
purpose of cross-examination.	
8	Section 170 is repealed and the following substituted:
	Repeat of tests
	170	(1)	If a licensee is found culpable by the judges/stewards 
board with respect to a positive test for a prohibited drug 
in a horse under the licensee's care, the licensee may, at 
their own expense, arrange for the mandatory three tests 
to be repeated at a federally accredited laboratory, 
approved by Horse Racing Alberta, in the presence of the 
licensee's witnesses, on any residue of the urine, blood, 
or saliva originally tested, if in the opinion of the official 
laboratory that has handled the initial testing
			(a)	there is sufficient quantity of the residue 
remaining for a proper test to be conducted, and
			(b)	the sample has not suffered degradation to the 
extent that the retesting results would be 
inconclusive.
		(2)	Once a test of a sample has been requested, any 
movement of that sample will be under the control of 
Horse Racing Alberta, The Canadian Pari-Mutuel 
Agency and the official laboratory that handled the initial 
testing.
		(3)	A request for retesting of a sample must be submitted to 
the judges/stewards no later than 45 days after the 
licensee has been advised of the positive findings, and 
must be accompanied by sufficient funds to cover all 
aspects of the retesting procedures.
9	Section 184 is repealed and the following substituted:
	Filing of protests
	184		Protests may only be made by an owner, authorized 
agent, *trainer or driver of one of the competing *horses
			(a)	at least 30 minutes before post time of the race 
concerned, or
			(b)	in the case of alleged fraud, wilful 
misstatement, or misrepresentation, no later 
than 48 hours after the *race ends.
10	Section 188 is amended in subsection (1) by adding the following after 
clause (xxxv):
				(xxxvi)	starts a horse within 5 days (120 
hours) following  treatment by any 
form of shock wave therapy;
				(xxxvii)  	acquires, uses or has in their 
possession blood doping agents 
including, but not limited to,
						(A)	Eryhropoietin,
						(B)	Darbepoetin,
						(C)	Oxyglobin, and
						(D)	Hemopure.
11	The following sections are added after section 199:
	Possession, trafficking consumption and other illicit drug offences
	199.1	(1)  	A racing official or racing participant violates these rules 
if 
(a)	that person has an illicit drug in their possession 
at a race track,
(b)	that person traffics or attempts, conspires or 
counsels a person to traffic at a race track, 
(c)	that person uses, promotes or sells instruments 
for illicit drug use at a race track,
(d)	a test of a sample of bodily fluid from that 
person shows that the sample contains evidence 
of an illicit drug, or
(e)	that person consumes or assists or counsels 
another person to consume an illicit drug at a 
race track.
(2)	A racing official or racing participant violates these rules 
if they are convicted of an offence under
(a)	the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act, or
(b)	section 462.2 of the Criminal Code (Canada).
	(3)	In these rules
(a)	"possession" and "traffic" have the same 
meaning as they have in the Controlled Drugs 
and Substances Act (Canada);
(b)	"consume", "illicit drug" "instruments for 
illicit drug use", "illicit drug use" and "sell" 
have the same meaning as they have in section 
462.1 of the Criminal Code (Canada).
	Refusing to provide a sample
	199.2		A person who refuses to provide a sample when required 
to do so in accordance with the Act violates these rules 
and is liable to the same penalty to which the person 
would have been liable if a sample had been provided 
and the sample had tested positive.
	Providing false samples
	199.3	A person violates these rules who
	(a)	provides a false sample;
	(b)	provides a sample that is not their own sample;
(c)	possesses at a race track any substance that may 
or could alter, interfere or impede the correct 
giving of, testing or analysis of a sample.
	Violators to pay for retesting
	199.4		The cost of a 2nd and subsequent tests of a sample of a 
person who has previously violated these rules must be 
paid by the person providing the sample at a rate per test 
determined by *Horse Racing Alberta.
	HRA counsellor's advice
	199.5		The judges/stewards board may request the HRA 
counsellor to provide a report or an opinion on any matter 
respecting
			(a)	the treatment and rehabilitation program of a 
person and their compliance with the program;
			(b)	the likelihood of rehabilitation of a person;
			(c)	the retesting or periodic testing of samples 
provided by a person.
	Publication of names of violators
199.6	The judges/stewards board may direct the names of a 
person who violates these rules, the violation, and the 
sanction imposed to be published in a manner directed by 
the judges/stewards board.
	Violation directives
	199.7	(1) 	Horse Racing Alberta may issue directives with respect to 
(a)	the sanction warranted by violation of a 
particular rule or rules;
(b)	the sanction warranted by 2nd or subsequent 
violations of the same or other rule or rules;
(c)	programs available for treatment or 
rehabilitation of violators who seek treatment 
and rehabilitation and the consequence for those 
who do not seek treatment and rehabilitation.
		(2) 	Violation directives issued by Horse Racing Alberta are 
intended to provide a framework for the consistent 
imposition of sanctions for violation of particular rules, 
recognizing that each case merits individual treatment 
and judges/stewards have discretion to impose a range of 
sanctions under rule 195 [Findings and sanctions]. 
12	Section 225 is amended:
	(a)	in subsection (1)
		(i)	in clause (a), by striking out "or";
		(ii)	by adding "or" to the end of clause (b);
		(iii)	by adding the following after clause (b);
			(c)	notification is received by the Judges/Stewards 
Board, from the official chemist, that a positive 
test has been determined on an official sample 
from a claimed horse.
	(b)	by adding the following after subsection (1):
		(1.1)	If erythropoietin or darbopoietin is confirmed in a blood 
sample taken from a claimed horse, the claimant of that 
horse may request the judges/stewards to declare the 
claim invalid, but the request must be made within 48 
hours of the claimant, his or her trainer, or authorized 
agent receiving notification of the positive test from the 
judges/stewards.
13	Section 226 is repealed and the following substituted:
	Limitation on sale and racing of claimed horses
	226	(1)	A claimed *horse in thoroughbred racing must not
			(a)	be sold or transferred to anyone, in whole or in 
part, except in a *claiming race, for at least 60 
*days after the date of a *claim, unless the 
*stewards board permits a transfer to another 
*trainer;
			(b)	return to the same stable or to control or 
management of its former *licensed owner or 
trainer for at least 60 days after the date of the 
claim, unless the horse is reclaimed;
			(c)	be raced outside Alberta for the balance of the 
Alberta *racing season without the permission 
of the stewards board.
		(2)	A claimed horse in standardbred racing must not
			(a)	be sold or transferred to anyone, in whole or in 
part, except in a claiming race, for at least 30 
days after the date of the claim, unless the 
judges board permits a transfer to another 
trainer;
			(b)	return to the same stable or to control or 
management of its former licensed owner or 
trainer for at least 60 days after the date of the 
claim, unless the horse is reclaimed;
			(c)	be raced outside Alberta for 60 days after the 
date of the claim, or the end of the racing 
season, whichever comes first, without the 
permission of the Judges Board.
14	Section 234 is repealed and the following substituted:
	Smoking prohibited
	234		No person may smoke on the property of a *licensed 
operator except in designated areas.
15	Section 235 is repealed and the following substituted:
	Prohibition on wagering/gambling by racing officials and Horse Racing 
Alberta employees
	235	(1)	A *racing official may not 
			(a)	wager on the outcome of any live or simulcast 
*horse race in Alberta during their appointment 
as a racing official;
			(b)	participate in any form of gambling at a race 
track where they are officiating.
		(2)	An employee of Horse Racing Alberta whose main duties 
are performed at a race track, may not participate in any 
form of gambling at that race track.
16	The following section is added after section 348:
	Pylon Rule
	348.1	(1)	If, at a *race track that does not have a continuous solid 
inside hub rail, a horse or part of the horse's sulky leaves 
the course by going inside the hub rail or other 
demarcation which constitutes the inside limits of the 
course, the offending horse must be placed back where, 
in the opinion of the judges, 
			(a)	the action gave the horse an unfair advantage 
over other horses in the race, or 
			(b)	the action helped the horse improve its position 
in the race.  
		(2)	In addition, when an act of interference causes a horse or 
part of the horse's sulky to cross the inside limits of the 
course, and the horse is placed by the judges, the 
offending horse must be placed behind the horse with 
which it interfered.  
		(3)	Drivers who, in the opinion of the judges, leave the 
racing strip when not forced to do so as a result of the 
actions of another driver or horse, or both, may be fined 
or suspended by the judges.
Insurance Notice
(Insurance Act)
Mercantile Life Insurance Company
Pursuant to Section 125 (2) (b) of the Alberta Insurance Act, the public is advised that 
an application has been submitted to the Minister of Finance to incorporate 
Mercantile Life Insurance Company as an Alberta incorporated life insurance 
company.  For further information please contact the Applicant at 780-994-0949.
Notice of Application for Private Bill
(CyberPol - The Global Centre for Securing Cyberspace Act)
Notice is hereby given that petitions will be submitted by Ian Wilms to the Lieutenant 
Governor and the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Alberta at its next session 
for the passage of a Bill to incorporate a not-for-profit cooperation to be known as 
CyberPol - The Global Centre for Securing Cyberspace and to posses the powers of a 
natural person, and, in particular, the power to establish, construct, and operate an 
international centre for the coordination and advancement of  public safety, 
intelligence gathering and government response related to the problem of cyber crime 
such as child exploitation, financial systems fraud, threats to critical infrastructure and 
intellectual property/identity theft.
Any person whose rights or property are materially affected by the proposed 
legislation may contact the Legislative Assembly in writing no latter than the 15th 
day following the opening day of session should they wish to make representation 
relevant to this application. Correspondence should be addressed to the Office of 
Parliamentary Counsel, 800 Legislature Annex, 9718 - 107 Street, Edmonton, 
Alberta, T5K 1E4. Telephone (780) 422-4837. Fax (780) 427-0744.Dated at The City 
of Medicine Hat, in the Province of Alberta, this 22nd day of February, 2005.  
DATED at the City of Calgary, in the Province of Alberta, this 9th day of March, 
2007

Gerald Chipeur, QC

Miller Thomson LLP
3000, 700 - 9th Ave SW
Calgary, Alberta T2P 3V4
Petitioner's Counsel

______________
Notice of Application for Private Bill
(CREST Leadership Act)
Notice is hereby given that petitions will be submitted by Dan Reinhardt to the 
Lieutenant Governor and the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Alberta at its 
next session for the passage of a Bill to incorporate a not-for-profit cooperation to be 
known as CREST Leadership and to posses the powers of a natural person. 

Any person whose rights or property are materially affected by the proposed 
legislation may contact the Legislative Assembly in writing no latter than the 15th 
day following the opening day of session should they wish to make representation 
relevant to this application. Correspondence should be addressed to the Office of 
Parliamentary Counsel, 800 Legislature Annex, 9718 - 107 Street, Edmonton, 
Alberta, T5K 1E4. Telephone (780) 422-4837. Fax (780) 427-0744.

DATED at the City of Calgary, in the Province of Alberta, this 9th day of March, 
2007

Gerald Chipeur, QC

Miller Thomson LLP
3000, 700 - 9th Ave SW
Calgary, Alberta T2P 3V4
Petitioner's Counsel
Notice of Intent to Dissolve
(Business Corporations Act)
May Evelyn Mahe Holdings Ltd.
Notice is hereby given that a Certificate of Intent to Dissolve was issued to May 
Evelyn Mahe Holdings Ltd. on the 9th day of March, 2007.
Dated at the City of Lethbridge, in the Province of Alberta this 13th day of March, 
2007.
James R. Farrington, Barrister and Solicitor
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Red Sky Darling Corporation
Notice is hereby given that Red Sky Darling Corporation has filed with the 
Corporate Registrar of Alberta, a Statement of Intent to Dissolve under the provisions 
of s. 212 of the Business Corporation Act (Alberta), and has received from the 
Registrar a Certificate of Intent to Dissolve dated the 28th day of February, 2007.
Daniel R. Horner, Secretary
Irrigation Notice
Enforcement Return
(Irrigation Districts Act)
St. Mary River Irrigation District
Notice is hereby given that the Court of Queen's Bench of the Judicial District of 
Lethbridge/Macleod has fixed Tuesday, May 22, 2007 as the day on which at 
2:00 p.m., the Court will sit at the Court House, Lethbridge, Alberta for the purpose 
of confirmation of the Enforcement Return for the St. Mary River Irrigation District 
covering rates assessed for the year 2005.
6 - 7	R.L. (Ron) Renwick, P. Eng., General Manager.
______________
Taber Irrigation District
Notice is hereby given that the Court of Queen's Bench of the Judicial District of 
Lethbridge has fixed Tuesday, the 22nd day of May, 2007 as the day on which at the 
hour of 2:00 p.m., the Court will sit at the Court House, Lethbridge, Alberta, for the 
purpose of confirmation of the Rate Enforcement Return for the Taber Irrigation 
District covering rates assessed for the year 2005.
Dated at Taber, Alberta on March 14, 2007.
6 - 7	M. Kent Bullock, District Manager.
______________
Western Irrigation District
Notice is hereby given that a Justice of the Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta has 
fixed Tuesday, May 15, 2007, as the day on which, at the hour of 10:00 a.m., or so 
soon thereafter as the application can be heard, the Court will sit in Chambers, at the 
Courthouse, 611 - 4th Street S.W. in Calgary, Alberta, for the purpose of confirmation 
of the 2007 Enforcement Return of the Western Irrigation District covering rates 
assessed for the year 2005 and prior years.
Dated at Strathmore, Alberta, February 14, 2007.
5-6	James Webber, General Manager.
Public Sale of Land
(Municipal Government Act)
Municipal District of Big Lakes
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Municipal District of Big Lakes will offer for sale, by public auction, in the 
Municipal District of Big Lakes Administration Building, High Prairie, Alberta, on 
Monday, May 28, 2007, at 1:00 p.m., the following land:
Lot
Block
Plan
C. of T.
Acres
42
2
772-2085
012167034
1.06
Each parcel will be offered for sale, subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations 
and conditions contained in the existing certificate of title.
The land is being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis, and the Municipal 
District of Big Lakes 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.  No bid will 
be accepted where the bidder attempts to attach conditions precedent to the sale of 
any parcel.  No terms and conditions of sale will be considered other than those 
specified by the Municipal District of Big Lakes.  No further information is available 
at the auction regarding the lands to be sold.
The Municipal District of Big Lakes may, after the public auction, become the owner 
of any parcel of land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: 10% deposit and balance within 30 days of Public Auction.  GST will apply 
on lands sold at the Public Auction
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at High Prairie, Alberta, March 8, 2007.
Jeff Renaud, Acting CAO.
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Town of Canmore
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Town of Canmore will offer for sale, by public auction, at the Civic Centre, 
902 - 7th Avenue, Canmore, Alberta, on Thursday, May 24, 2007, at 9:30 a.m., the 
following lands:
Roll
Unit
Plan
Certificate of Title
Civic Address
13998
11
9410464
021417220
11, 1720 Bow Valley Trial
14001
14
9410464
031087711
14, 1720 Bow Valley Trial
14003
16
9410464
021180528
16, 1720 Bow Valley Trial
14006
19
9410464
021343034
19, 1720 Bow Valley Trial
14007
20
9410464
021386173
20, 1720 Bow Valley Trial
14010
23
9410464
021165084
23, 1720 Bow Valley Trial
14011
24
9410464
021290390
24, 1720 Bow Valley Trial
14013
26
9410464
021165086
26, 1720 Bow Valley Trial
14014
27
9410464
031074893
27, 1720 Bow Valley Trial
14015
28
9410464
021417221
28, 1720 Bow Valley Trial
Each parcel will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations and 
conditions contained in the existing certificate of title.
Terms: Cash, unless otherwise arranged
The Town of Canmore may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel 
of land not sold at the public auction.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Canmore, Alberta, March 5, 2007.
Roderick de Leeuw, Senior Manager of Financial Services.







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  Section 222(1)(ii) provides that General Council, after consultation with the Minister, may make, 
amend, or repeal General Council Policies "respecting the internal management and affairs of the 
General Council including 
(v)  the process and procedure for considering and voting on resolutions and policies, 
including public notice and consultation with Settlement members."
  Once passed, Policies shall be indexed and numbered in ascending order with the following format: 
GCP 2006/01, with the first four numbers in the heading representing the year in which the Policy is 
passed. 

  The first signed copy shall be kept in General Council's central records system.  The second signed 
copy shall be sent to the Minister for her consideration.  Once approval in writing is received from the 
Minister, or 90 days have passed since the proposed Policy was received by the Minister, the third 
signed copy shall be forwarded to the Alberta Queen's Printer for inclusion in the Alberta Gazette.
  The purpose of first reading is to take notice of a proposed Policy, to discuss its objective, and to 
review the proposed legislative framework for achieving the Policy's objective.  Following its 
discussion of the Policy document, General Council may direct that changes be made to the Policy 
document and/or that it proceed directly to second reading. 

  The purpose of second reading is to affirm that the Policy document-including any changes made 
after first reading-meets General Council's approval and is fit for posting.  If the proposed Policy 
document does not meet General Council's approval on second reading no further substantive changes 
may be made to the Policy document and it is considered defeated.

  The purpose of third reading is to affirm that public posting has occurred.  If the proposed Policy 
document does not meet General Council's approval on third reading no further substantive changes 
may be made to the Policy document and it is considered defeated.
 
 
 
 
THE ALBERTA GAZETTE, PART I, MARCH 31, 2007