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The Alberta Gazette
Part I
Vol. 104	Edmonton, Thursday, July 31, 2008	No. 14
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 11 of the Alberta Corporate Tax Amendment Act, 2007 provides 
that section 3 of that Act comes into force on Proclamation; and
WHEREAS it is expedient to proclaim section 3(a) of the Alberta Corporate Tax 
Amendment Act, 2007 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 section 3(a) of 
the Alberta Corporate Tax Amendment Act, 2007 in force on July 9, 2008.
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 
9th day of July in the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand Eight and in the Fifty-seventh 
Year of Our Reign.
BY COMMAND	Alison Redford, Provincial Secretary.
ORDERS IN COUNCIL
O.C. 289/2008
(Provincial Parks Act)
Approved and ordered: 
Jean E.L. C“t‚ 
Administrator.	July 9, 2008
The Lieutenant Governor in Council amends the Appendix to Order in Council 
O.C. 390/97 in accordance with the attached Appendix.
1.	The Provincial Recreation Areas Order (O.C. 390/97) is amended by this 
Order.
2.	Section 30 is repealed.
3.	Schedule 30 is repealed.
Ron Stevens, Acting Chair.
RESIGNATIONS & RETIREMENTS
(Justice of the Peace Act)
Resignation/Termination of Justice of the Peace
June 27, 2008 
Lacroix, Michael Gregory of Beaumont
July 1, 2008 
Tatlow, Robert of Glenwood
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
Agriculture and Rural Development
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
0032 899 296
Descriptive Plan 0715914 Block 2 Lot 1
071 585 869
0022 790 398
S.E. 21-15-19-W4M
138X7
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.
Len Ring, Director, 
Irrigation Secretariat.
______________
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 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
0021 934 857
4;24;24;16;SW
781 124 140
0028 852 341
4;23;27;17;SE
081 033 850
0028 852 333
4;23;27;17;SW
011 163 658
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.
Len Ring, Director, 
Irrigation Secretariat.
______________
On behalf of the St. Mary 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 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
0015 491 955
8111688;16;38
051 160 838
I certify the procedures required under part 4 of the Irrigation Districts Act have been 
completed and the area of the St. Mary Irrigation District should be changed 
according to the above list.
Len Ring, Director, 
Irrigation Secretariat.
Culture and Community Spirit
Ministerial Order
(Historical Resources Act)
File: Des. 134
MO 36/08
I, Lindsay Blackett, Minister charged with the administration of the Historical 
Resources Act, R.S.A. 2000 C. H-9, do hereby:
1.	Pursuant to section 19, subsection (1) of that Act, designate the site known as 
Sturgeon River Mill, together with the land legally described as:
MERIDIAN 4 RANGE 23 TOWNSHIP 55 
SECTION 32 
ALL THAT PORTION OF SOUTH WEST QUARTER DESCRIBED AS 
FOLLOWS: 
COMMENCING AT A POINT ON THE WEST BOUNDARY OF THE SAID 
QUARTER 402.34 METRES NORTH OF THE SOUTH WEST CORNER OF 
SAID QUARTER; THENCE NORTHERLY ALONG SAID BOUNDARY 
201.17 METRES; THENCE EASTERLY AND AT RIGHT ANGLES TO SAID 
BOUNDARY 201.65 METRES; THENCE SOUTHERLY AND PARALLEL 
TO SAID BOUNDARY 201.17 METRES; THENCE WESTERLY TO THE 
POINT OF COMMENCEMENT. 
EXCEPTING THEREOUT ALL MINES AND MINERALS
and municipally located near Bon Accord, in Sturgeon County, Alberta
as a Registered Historic Resource,
2.	Give notice that pursuant to section 19, subsection (6) of that Act, no person shall 
destroy, disturb, alter, restore, or repair any Registered Historic Resource or 
remove any historic object from a Registered Historic Resource until the 
expiration of NINETY (90) days from the date that notice of the person's 
proposed action is served on the Minister, unless the Minister sooner consents to 
the proposed action.
Signed at Edmonton, June 24, 2008.
Lindsay Blackett, Minister.
Ministerial Order 37/08
(Historical Resources Act)
I, Lindsay Blackett, Minister of Culture and Community Spirit, pursuant to Section 
19(8) of the Historical Resources Act, HEREBY MAKE THE ORDER rescinding 
in its entirety the Ministerial Order designating the Sturgeon River Mill a Registered 
Historic Site and registered in the Alberta Land Titles office as instrument 762 133 
500.
Dated at Edmonton, June 24, 2008.
Lindsay Blackett, Minister.
Notice of Intention to Designate a Provincial Historic Resource
(Historical Resources Act)
File: Des. 1544
Notice is hereby given that sixty days from the date of service of this Notice and its 
publication in the Alberta Gazette, the Minister of Culture and Community Spirit 
intends to make an Order that the site known as the:
Canadian Northern Railway Station, together with the land legally described as:
PLAN 9020082
LOT 1MR (MUNICIPAL RESERVE)
EXCEPTING THEREOUT ALL MINES AND MINERALS
AREA: 0.093 HECTARES (0.23 ACRES) MORE OR LESS
and municipally located at 10030 - 99 Avenue in Fort Saskatchewan, 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 association with the early twentieth-century 
development of Fort Saskatchewan, its fine representation of a standard third class 
railway station, and its value as an icon of the central role of railways in opening the 
province to settlement and agriculture.
Fort Saskatchewan is one of Alberta's oldest Euro-Canadian communities, founded in 
1875 as a North-West Mounted Police post. Although the growth of settlement in the 
area in the 1880s and 1890s helped to establish Fort Saskatchewan as a local 
distribution centre, further expansion was hampered by the lack of railway service. In 
1905, the Canadian Northern Railway extended its line west through Fort 
Saskatchewan and on to Edmonton. The large scale of the railway station constructed 
at the time embodied the optimistic appraisals of the community's future. Built near 
the centre of town and amidst several grain elevators and a stockyard, the station 
served as a transportation hub for a rich farming district. The Canadian Northern 
Railway Station continued to serve Fort Saskatchewan until the late 1980s, when 
declining rail traffic warranted its closure.
The Canadian Northern Railway Station in Fort Saskatchewan is a standard third class 
station. Like other railway companies, the Canadian Northern Railway (CNoR) 
employed a series of standard plans for its stations. At Fort Saskatchewan, the railway 
company opted for a plan 100-19 station. Introduced in 1904, plan 100-19 was a 
"special station" design employed at only the most significant points along the line. 
Considerably longer than other third class stations, plan 100-19 stations were 
distinguished by an exterior design that featured hip roofs on either end of the 
building and a spacious interior that included a vestibule, kitchen, living room, large 
general waiting room, separate ladies' waiting room, office and a small freight shed. 
This station is the only extant example of a railway facility constructed according to 
CNoR plan 100-19 in Alberta. In 1911, an addition was built on the building's west 
side, a reflection of the growth of population and rail traffic in Fort Saskatchewan.
With the gradual disappearance of early train stations from Alberta's communities, 
buildings like the Canadian Northern Railway Station in Fort Saskatchewan have 
gained increased significance as structural reminders of the essential role that the 
railways played in establishing settlement and agricultural economy in the province. 
The laying of track to Fort Saskatchewan and the construction of an impressive 
railway station in the community were indispensable in attracting business and 
swelling the local population. The railway established Fort Saskatchewan as the heart 
of a thriving agricultural district and remained vital to community interests for 
decades.
It is therefore considered that the preservation and protection of the resource is in the 
public interest.
Dated this 4th day of July, A.D. 2008.
David Link, Acting Assistant Deputy Minister
Heritage Division
______________
File: Des. 1836
Notice is hereby given that sixty days from the date of service of this Notice and its 
publication in the Alberta Gazette, the Minister of Culture and Community Spirit 
intends to make an Order that the site known as the:
Alberta Wheat Pool Grain Elevator, together with the land legally described as:
PLAN 9121942
LOT 1
EXCEPTING THEREOUT ALL MINES AND MINERALS
AREA: 0.878 HECTARES (2.17 ACRES) MORE OR LESS
and municipally located in the Village of Paradise Valley, 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 Alberta 
Wheat Pool Grain Elevator at Paradise Valley lies in its association with the dominant 
method of storing and transporting grain in Alberta throughout most of the twentieth 
century. It is also valued as an icon of Alberta's agricultural and social history.
The late 1920s were boom times for Alberta farmers as higher yields and an 
expansion of markets swelled the coffers of the province's agriculturalists. The 
prosperity of the period prompted the Canadian Pacific Railway in 1929 to construct a 
spur line from Saskatchewan west across the Alberta border and to subdivide the 
townsite of Paradise Valley. Earlier settlement had occurred in the Paradise Valley 
area, but the potential of the region was necessarily limited by its distance from a 
railway line. The arrival of steel in the late 1920s stimulated a rapid growth in the 
community's agricultural infrastructure as grain elevators were erected to facilitate 
storage and transportation of local produce. Although Paradise Valley maintained 
only a modest population, it boasted six elevators at the height of its prosperity, 
including structures associated with the United Grain Growers, Searle Grain 
Company, Western Grain Company, McCabe Brothers Grain Company, and Federal 
Grain Company. The 1929 construction of the Alberta Wheat Pool (AWP) elevator in 
the community reflected the growing importance of co-operative organization among 
provincial farmers by the end of the 1920s. By the 1980s, the Alberta Wheat Pool had 
acquired control of all the remaining elevators in Paradise Valley. In subsequent 
years, as the AWP shifted the focus of its operations from smaller, local elevators to 
larger, district facilities, and as the highway system north of the community 
improved, all but one of the grain elevators in Paradise Valley were torn down. The 
sole extant grain elevator was transferred to the community and began functioning as 
a museum in the late 1980s.
Grain elevators are singular symbols of the Prairies, reflecting the province's deep 
economic and social connections to agricultural life and providing striking vertical 
landmarks against the often monotonous flatness of the West. Like other grain 
elevator sites in rural Alberta, the 1929 Alberta Wheat Pool Grain Elevator site was 
an integral part of Paradise Valley's social fabric. The site encapsulates a pattern that 
defines the history of many rural communities - the growth of settlement following 
the arrival of the railway and the construction of grain elevators, the rise of the co-
operative ethos that changed the face of grain marketing in western Canada, and the 
closing of grain handling facilities with improvements to the province's transportation 
infrastructure. The elevator complex thus represents in microcosm a whole range of 
changes to rural economy and society during the twentieth century.
It is therefore considered that the preservation and protection of the resource is in the 
public interest.
Dated this 4th day of July, A.D. 2008.
David Link, Acting Assistant Deputy Minister
Heritage Division
File: Des. 1520
Notice is hereby given that sixty days from the date of service of this Notice and its 
publication in the Alberta Gazette, the Minister of Culture and Community Spirit 
intends to make an Order that the site known as the:
Alberta Wheat Pool Grain Elevator and Bow Slope Stockyards, together with the land 
legally described as:
FIRSTLY: 
PLAN RW 219 
RAILWAY RIGHT OF WAY, WYE, AND STATION GROUNDS IN THE NORTH 
EAST QUARTER 
OF SECTION 19, TOWNSHIP 15, RANGE 15, WEST OF THE 4TH MERIDIAN 
CONTAINING 
11.4 HECTARES (28.28 ACRES) MORE OR LESS. 
EXCEPTING THEREOUT: 
PLAN	NUMBER	HECTARES	ACRES 
ROAD	2729EZ	0.130	0.32  (STATION GROUNDS) 
SUBDIVISION	9310544	1.975	4.88  (STATION GROUNDS) 
SUBDIVISION	9310544	0.852	2.11  (STATION RIGHT OF WAY) 
EXCEPTING THEREOUT ALL MINES AND MINERALS 
SECONDLY: 
PLAN RW 219 RAILWAY RIGHT OF WAY 
IN THE SOUTH WEST QUARTER OF SECTION 30, TOWNSHIP 15, 
RANGE 15, WEST OF THE 4TH MERIDIAN 
CONTAINING 2.19 HECTARES (5.41 ACRES) MORE OR LESS 
EXCEPTING THEREOUT ALL MINES AND MINERALS 
THIRDLY: 
PLAN RW 219 
RAILWAY RIGHT OF WAY AND EXTRA LANDS 
IN THE SOUTH EAST QUARTER OF SECTION 30, 
TOWNSHIP 15, RANGE 15, WEST OF THE 4TH MERIDIAN 
CONTAINING 1.09 HECTARES (2.69 ACRES) MORE OR LESS 
EXCEPTING THEREOUT ALL MINES AND MINERALS 
EXCEPTING THEREOUT ALL MINES AND MINERALS
and municipally located in the County of Newell No. 4, 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 Alberta 
Wheat Pool Grain Elevator and Bow Slope Stockyards site in Scandia lies in its 
representation of a once common cultural landscape in Alberta. It also possesses 
heritage value for its association with the development of transportation, irrigation, 
and agriculture in southern Alberta.
Comprised of a grain elevator, stockyards, and a remnant of railway track, the Alberta 
Wheat Pool Grain Elevator and Bow Slope Stockyards site is one of the finest 
remaining examples of a once common cultural landscape in Alberta. Grain elevators 
are icons of Alberta's deep economic and social connections to agricultural life and 
provide striking vertical landmarks against the horizon. The Alberta Wheat Pool grain 
elevator in Scandia encapsulates a pattern that defines the history of many rural 
communities - the growth of settlement following the arrival of the railway and the 
construction of grain elevators, the rise of the co-operative ethos that changed the face 
of grain marketing in western Canada, and the closing of railway lines and grain 
handling facilities with improvements to the province's transportation infrastructure. 
The elevator complex thus represents in microcosm a whole range of changes to rural 
economy and society between the early and late decades of the twentieth century. 
Stockyards were often associated with grain elevators and express the historic 
significance of mixed farming in our province's rural areas. Railway lines played an 
essential role in connecting agricultural communities with the international 
marketplace for their grain and livestock. The Alberta Wheat Pool Grain Elevator and 
Bow Slope Stockyards site is truly remarkable in embodying all these historic aspects 
of Alberta's rural life.
As part of its agreement with the Dominion government to build a transcontinental 
railway, the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) acquired massive tracts of land between 
Medicine Hat and Calgary. Seeking to attract settlement and increase rail traffic, the 
CPR invested in a massive irrigation project off the Bow River to water the arid lands 
in the region. The project was completed in 1914, though settlers did not begin 
arriving in large numbers until after World War One. Settlement was bolstered in the 
late 1920s with the construction of several branch lines in the area. The branch line 
from Brooks to Scandia was completed in 1927 and sparked immediate growth in the 
small community. The Alberta Wheat Pool Grain Elevator was built shortly after the 
arrival of steel and symbolized the grassroots, co-operative ethos that had inspired the 
formation of farmer's organizations throughout the Prairies. This same spirit was 
reflected in the establishment of the Bow Slope Shipping Association, a co-operative 
livestock association formed in 1934, and in the establishment of the Eastern 
Irrigation District and the transferral of water supply management from the CPR to a 
co-operative of regional farmers. The elevator and stockyards served the community 
for several decades until the mid-1970s, when rail service to Scandia was 
discontinued.
It is therefore considered that the preservation and protection of the resource is in the 
public interest.
Dated this 8th day of July, A.D. 2008. 
David Link, Acting Assistant Deputy Minister 
Heritage Division
_______________
File: Des. 2247
Notice is hereby given that sixty days from the date of service of this Notice and its 
publication in the Alberta Gazette, the Minister of Culture and Community Spirit 
intends to make an Order that the site known as the:
Canadian Pacific Railway Station, together with the land legally described as:
PLAN 9121942
LOT 1
EXCEPTING THEREOUT ALL MINES AND MINERALS
AREA: 0.878 HECTARES (2.17 ACRES) MORE OR LESS
and municipally located in the Village of Paradise Valley, 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 
Pacific Railway Station lies in its excellent representation of standard railway station 
architecture and in its symbolic value as an emblem of the central role of railways in 
opening the province to settlement and agriculture.
In 1929, the Canadian Pacific Railway completed work on a line between Marsden, 
Saskatchewan and Paradise Valley, Alberta. With the arrival of steel, the agricultural 
infrastructure of Paradise Valley boomed; at the height of its prosperity, the small 
community boasted six grain elevators. As Paradise Valley was a modestly populated 
settlement at the terminus of a branch line, the CPR opted to construct a very humble 
depot to serve the community. The station was built circa 1929 according to plan H-
14-38A, a standardized design scheme for simple, portable stations that were erected 
in settlements requiring only basic - and possibly temporary - railway services. This 
modest wood frame building consisted of three small rooms - a waiting room, office, 
and agent's quarters - and was built by the CPR to facilitate grain and supplies 
handling, as well as coordinate mail and telegram services. In the early 1990s, the 
Canadian Pacific Railway ended all train service to Paradise Valley and the station 
was closed.
With the gradual disappearance of early train stations from Alberta's communities, 
buildings like the Paradise Valley Canadian Pacific Railway Station have gained 
increased historic significance as structural embodiments of the essential role that the 
railways played in establishing settlement and agricultural economy in the province. 
The station at Paradise Valley possesses particular value as a rare example of a small-
scale, portable train depot.
It is therefore considered that the preservation and protection of the resource is in the 
public interest.
Dated this 4th day of July, A.D. 2008. 
David Link, Acting Assistant Deputy Minister
Heritage Division
Finance and Enterprise
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the period January 1, 2008 to March 31, 2008
Function: Tri-Party Allocation Review Committee Meeting 
Purpose: Meet with representatives from Canada Revenue Agency, Ontario Ministry 
of Finance, Quebec Ministry of Revenue to resolve issues relating to the allocation of 
Corporate Income Taxes amongst jurisdictions, with the intention to avoid double 
taxation of corporations in accordance with the Memorandum of Understanding for 
the Avoidance of Double Taxation. 
Dates: March 18-20, 2008 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta 
Amount: $1,097.56
Insurance Notice
(Insurance Act)
Effective July 7, 2008, Commerce and Industry Insurance Company of Canada 
changed its name to AIG Commercial Insurance Company of Canada:
	Arthur Hagan, FCIP, CRM 
	Deputy Superintendent of Insurance.
_______________
Notice is hereby given that Cardif-Assurances Risques Divers has been licensed in 
the Province of Alberta, and is authorized to transact the following class of Insurance:
Boiler and Machinery, Credit, Legal Expense, Property.
Effective July 9, 2008
	Arthur Hagan, FCIP, CRM 
 	Deputy Superintendent of Insurance.
_______________
Notice is hereby given that Cardif Assurance Vie has been licensed in the Province 
of Alberta, and is authorized to transact the following class of Insurance:
Accident and Sickness, Life.
Effective July 9, 2008
	Arthur Hagan, FCIP, CRM 
	Deputy Superintendent of Insurance.

Notice is hereby given that effective June 19, 2008, Triad Guaranty Insurance 
Corporation Canada continued under the Canada Business Corporations Act, 
therefore the Alberta licence issued under the Insurance Act is no longer in effect.
Arthur Hagan, FCIP, CRM 
	Deputy Superintendent of Insurance.
Health and Wellness
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the quarter January 1, 2008 - March 31, 2008
Function: Electronic Health Records Alberta Symposium 
Purpose: Comprehensive information session to allow other jurisdictions and 
professional groups to learn about the Alberta Netcare initiatives. 
Amount: $23,640.44 
Date: September 19-21, 2007 
Location: Edmonton AB
Function: Minister's Quarterly Meeting  
Purpose: Quarterly meeting with Chairs and CEO's from Regional Health 
Authorities, Alberta Mental Health Board, Alberta Cancer Board, Health Quality 
Council of Alberta and Alberta Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission. 
Amount: $1,053.00 
Date: October 4, 2007 
Location: Edmonton AB
Function: Minister's and Alberta Cancer Board Meeting 
Purpose: Provide a platform for Dr Slamon to speak on the importance of investing 
in cancer research and ways in which that could occur. 
Amount: $1,175.75 
Date: October 2, 2007 
Location: Edmonton AB
Function: Alternate Relationship Plan Meeting 
Purpose: To make recommendations on matters related to alternate relationship plans 
to the Physician Services Committee for their decisions. 
Amount: $1,052.58 
Date: September 6 & 10, 2007 
Location: Nisku AB
Function: Premier's award for Health Workplace Luncheon 
Purpose: Celebration luncheon for the Premier's Award for Health Workplace. 
Amount: $1,528.00 
Date: September 13, 2007 
Location: Edmonton AB
Function: Home Telehealth Working Session 
Purpose: Opportunity for region home Telehealth teams to meet, network and share 
ideas and to share knowledge gained from implementation of other projects. 
Amount: $1,918.80 
Date: December 11, 2007 
Location: Edmonton AB
Function: Stakeholder Working Session  
Purpose: Joint sessions between Provincial Telehealth Committee and Alberta 
Telehealth Coordinator Committee to facilitate consensus among health 
regions/boards on issues regarding the future state of telehealth, priorities and 
strategies for moving forward. 
Amount: $2,234.04 
Date: January 13-14, 2008 
Location: Calgary AB
Function: Acupuncture Registration Examination 
Purpose: Facilitate the "Provincial Registration Examination for Acupuncturists in 
Alberta". 
Amount: $2,252.28 
Date: October 26-28, 2007  
Location: Calgary AB
Function: Rural Health Workforce Strategy Steering Committee Meeting 
Purpose: Consultation with stakeholders to identify rural retention and recruitments 
challenges, identify best practice opportunities and service delivery. 
Amount: $620.00 
Date: January 15-16, 2008 
Location: Edmonton AB
Function: Public Health Spending Framework Workshop 
Purpose: Consultation and validation process to assist in the implementation of the 
Public Health Framework which will provide Alberta Health and Wellness, Health 
Authorities and AADAC with more accurate estimate and understanding of public 
health expenditures in the province. 
Amount: $778.94 
Date: October 30, 2007 
Location: Nisku AB
Function: Provincial Implementation Working Group 
Purpose: Work on implementation of the Continuing Care Systems Project and to 
work on the progress and timelines of the project with regional health authority 
representatives. 
Amount: $1,106.50 
Date: January 30-31, 2008 
Location: Edmonton AB
Function: Health Human Resource Model and Simulation Project 
Purpose: Stakeholder meeting involving Alberta Health and Wellness and the Health 
Authorities in consultation with other government departments to develop a health 
workforce demand model including methodology and data requirements of the 
Model. 
Amount: $1,384.11 
Date: February 19, 2008 
Location: Edmonton AB
Function: Conference: "Shifting to Wellness by Building Healthy Communities" 
Purpose: To engage Albertans to learn how government redefine roles, align 
resources and strengthen the capacity of all partners to result in healthier individuals 
living in healthier communities. 
Amount: $22,869.52 
Date: January 21, 2008 
Location: Edmonton AB
Function: Long Term Care Funding 
Purpose: All day information session on possible funding methodologies for long 
term care. 
Amount: $1,976.99 
Date: February 7, 2008 
Location: Edmonton AB
Function: Alternate Relationship Plan Subcommittee Meeting 
Purpose: To make recommendations on matters related to alternate relationship plans 
to the Physician Services Committee for their decisions. 
Amount: $616.25 
Date: March 4, 2008 
Location: Leduc AB
Function: Deputy/Stakeholder Committee Meeting 
Purpose: Discuss a collaborative strategic plan for academic medicine in Alberta and 
to work on the key tasks of visioning and goal setting to strengthen this new structure 
and define the resources needed to sustain longer term business planning endeavors. 
Amount: $639.40 
Date: March 31, 2008 
Location: Edmonton AB
Infrastructure and Transportation
Sale or Disposition of Land
(Government Organization Act)
Name of Purchaser: Anders East Developments Ltd., c/o Melcor Developments, 
4901-45 Street, Red Deer, AB, T4N 6M4 
Consideration: $190,800.00 
Land Description: Road Plan 0825289, excepting thereout all mines and minerals. 
Area: 0.309 Hectares (0.76 acres) more or less. Located in the town of Red Deer. 
Road Plan 0825290 excepting thereout all mines and minerals. Area: 0.534 Hectares 
(1.32 acres) more or less. Located in the town of Red Deer.
Safety Codes Council
(Safety Codes Act)
Corporate Accreditation
Pursuant to Section 28 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that 
EnCana FCCL Oil Sands Ltd Accreditation No. C000831 Order No. 2665
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
administer the Safety Codes Act within their jurisdiction for Electrical.
Consisting of all parts of the Canadian Electrical Code, Code for Electrical 
Installations at Oil & Gas Facilities and Alberta Electrical Utility Code.
Accredited: Date: July 15, 2008.	Issued Date: July 21, 2008
Corporate Accreditation - Amendment
Pursuant to Section 28 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that 
EnCana Canadian Foothills Division And Encana Power and Processing ULC 
Accreditation No. C000103 Order No. 314
Due to the name change from EnCana Corporation, Midstream and Marketing and 
having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
provide services under the Safety Codes Act within their jurisdiction for Electrical.
Consisting of all parts of the Canadian Electrical Code, Code for Electrical 
Installations at Oil & Gas Facilities and Alberta Electrical Utility Code.
Accredited Date: October 25, 1995	Issued Date: July 21, 2008
Service Alberta
Vital Statistics
Notice of Change of Personal Name
(Change of Name Act)
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Solicitor General and Public Security
Designation of Qualified Technician Appointment 
(Intoxilyzer 5000C)
Royal Canadian Mounted Police "K" Division 
Bennett, Craig Matthew 
Cameron, Shawn Michael 
Ceron, Francisco Fernando 
Chisan, Clinton Scott 
Ducharme, Glenn Gregory 
Eastwood, Alanna christine 
Gisbon, Lucas James 
Heath, Angela viola 
Heysa, Michael Thomas Herbert 
Jones, Levi Jordan 
Laughman, Paul Francis 
Luczak, Brain Carl 
Malchuk, Melanie Dawn 
Poitras, Joseph Jacquelin Leandre 
Richardson, Paul James 
Shule, Todd John 
Skabar, Christopher John 
Smith, Brandon William 
Stewart, Lucas James 
Tardif, Raymond Joseph 
Thibault, Guylaine Dominique Marie 
Thomander, Michael Gavin 
Zoller, Shane Michael
(Date of Designation July 8, 2008)
ADVERTISEMENTS
Notice of Certificate of Intent to Dissolve
(Business Corporations Act)
Notice is hereby given that a Certificate of Intent to Dissolve was issued to Spruce 
Grove Amusement Centre Ltd. on March 15, 2007.
Dated at Spruce Grove, Alberta on July 14, 2008.
Frank C. DeAngelis, Barrister & Solicitor.
Public Sale of Land
(Municipal Government Act)
Smoky Lake County
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
Smoky Lake County will offer for sale, by public auction, in the County 
Administration Building, 4612 McDougall Drive, Smoky Lake, Alberta, on Monday, 
October 6, 2008, at 1:30 p.m., the following lands:
Pt.
Sec.
Twp.
Rge.
Mer.
Acres.
C of T
NE
09
58
13
W4
157.49
56J269
NE
32
61
13
W4
158.00
852 135 637

Lot
Block
Plan
Acres
C of T

A
1
752 0851
5.26
752 130 369


6
919ET
1.35
872 315 916
Hillside Acres
17
2
032 2248
0.46
052 421 036
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 Smoky Lake 
County 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 Smoky Lake 
County. No further information is available at the auction regarding the lands to be 
sold.
Smoky Lake County may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel of 
land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Cash and G.S.T. 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 Smoky Lake, Alberta, June 19, 2008.
Cary Smigerowsky, Chief Administrative Officer.
Town of Sundre
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
The Town of Sundre will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Town Office, 
Sundre, Alberta, on Monday, September 29, 2008, at 10:00 a.m., the following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
Roll #
Certificate of Title
9
1
5314FP
811.000
011 222 003
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 Town of 
Sundre 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 Town of 
Sundre. No further information is available at the auction regarding the lands to be 
sold.
Terms: Cash or certified cheque. A 10% deposit is payable upon the acceptance of the 
bid at the public auction. The balance of the accepted bid is due within thirty days 
from the date of the auction or the deposit will be forfeited and the Town will 
consider the next bid. Purchaser must pay September 30 - December 31, 2008 taxes 
of $85.38 for Roll # 811.000 within 30 days of purchase.
The Town of Sundre 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 Sundre, Alberta, July 9, 2008.
Nita Bartholow, Chief Administrative Officer.






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