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The Alberta Gazette
Part I
Vol. 104	Edmonton, Saturday, August 30, 2008	No. 16
APPOINTMENTS
(Justice of the Peace Act)
Part-time Presiding Justice of the Peace Appointed
August 11, 2008 
Clark, Jackie Lynn 
Lester, Joyce Lynn 
Stelmaczonek, Richard Stanley 
Verenka, Angeline
For a term of 10 years.
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Part-time Sitting Justice of the Peace Appointed
August 11, 2008 
Logan, David Bruce
For a term to expire on February 5, 2015.
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(Provincial Court Act)
Provincial Court Judge Appointed
July 30, 2008 
Matchett, Terrence Joseph, Q.C.
August 5, 2008 
Garriock, Bruce Robert, Q.C. 
Gaschler, George John, Q.C.
RESIGNATIONS & RETIREMENTS
(Justice of the Peace Act)
Resignation / Termination of Justice of the Peace
January 1, 2008 
Henderson, Lavinia of Fort Qu'Appelle, SK
May 5, 2008 
Loshny, Albert of Olds
July 15, 2008 
Anderson, Louise of Drumheller
July 23, 2008 
Walters, Brenda L. of Calgary
August 1, 2008 
Baxter, David J. of Lac La Biche
August 8, 2008 
Verenka, Angeline of Calgary
ORDERS IN COUNCIL
O.C. 290/2008
(Municipal Government Act)
Approved and ordered: 
Chief Justice Cote 
Administrator.	July 9, 2008
The Lieutenant Governor in Council orders that
(a)	effective June 1, 2008, the land described in Appendix A and shown on the 
sketch in Appendix B is separated from Red Deer County and annexed to 
the Town of Bowden,
(b)	any taxes owing to Red Deer County at the end of May 31, 2008 in respect 
of the annexed land are transferred to and become payable to the Town of 
Bowden together with any lawful penalties and costs levied in respect of 
those taxes, and the Town of Bowden upon collecting those taxes, penalties 
and costs must pay them to Red Deer County, 
(c)	taxes payable in 2008 in respect of the assessable land and any 
improvements to it are to be paid to and retained by Red Deer County,
(d)	the assessor for the Town of Bowden must assess, for the purpose of 
taxation in 2009 and subsequent years, the annexed land and the assessable 
improvements to it, 
(e)	any taxes owing to Red Deer County at the end of December 31, 2008 in 
respect of the annexed land are transferred to and become payable to the 
Town of Bowden together with any lawful penalties and costs levied in 
respect of those taxes and the Town of Bowden upon collecting those taxes, 
penalties and costs must pay them to Red Deer County,
and makes the Order in Appendix C.
Ron Stevens, Acting Chair.
APPENDIX A
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE LANDS 
SEPARATED FROM RED DEER COUNTY 
AND ANNEXED TO THE TOWN OF BOWDEN
THAT PORTION OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION TWENTY-
FOUR (24), TOWNSHIP THIRTY-FOUR (34), RANGE ONE (1) WEST OF THE 
FIFTH MERIDIAN WHICH LIES TO THE SOUTH OF THE EAST-WEST ROAD 
ON PLAN 6745JK AND TO THE EAST OF THE WIDENING OF THE NO. 2 
HIGHWAY ON SAID PLAN 6745JK.
BLOCK C, PLAN 0111417.
LOT 1, BLOCK 1, PLAN 0412069.
THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION TWENTY-FOUR (24), TOWNSHIP 
THIRTY-FOUR (34), RANGE ONE (1), WEST OF THE FIFTH MERIDIAN.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE QUEEN ELIZABETH II HIGHWAY RIGHT OF 
WAY AS SHOWN ON ROAD PLAN 911 1104, ROAD PLAN 6745JK, ROAD 
PLAN 3029JK, ROAD PLAN 1873EZ AND ROAD PLAN 1051 IX BETWEEN 
THE TOWN'S CURRENT BOUNDARY TO THE WEST AND THE 
ANNEXATION AREA TO THE EAST.
PLAN 8105 HN.
ALL INTERVENING ROAD ALLOWANCES AND RIGHTS OF WAY.


APPENDIX B
A SKETCH SHOWING THE GENERAL LOCATION OF THE AREA 
ANNEXED TO THE TOWN OF BOWDEN
 
 


APPENDIX C
1		In this Order, "annexed land" means the land described in Appendix A and 
shown on the sketch in Appendix B.
2		For taxation purposes in 2008 and subsequent years up to and including 2023, the 
annexed land and the assessable improvements to it
(a)	must be assessed by the Town of Bowden on the same basis as if they had 
remained in Red Deer County, and
(b)	must be taxed by the Town of Bowden in respect of each assessment class 
that applies to the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it using 
the municipal tax rate established by Red Deer County.
3(1)		Where in any taxation year, a portion of the annexed land
(a)		becomes a new parcel of land created as a result of subdivision or separation 
of title by registered plan of subdivision or by instrument or any other 
method that occurs at the request of, or on behalf of, the landowner,
(b)		is redesignated at the request of, or on behalf of the landowner under the 
Town of Bowden's Land Use Bylaw to another designation, 
(c)		is approved for development at the request of, or on behalf of the landowner, 
under the Town of Bowden's Land Use Bylaw to another designation, or
(d)		is connected to the water or sewer services provided by the Town of 
Bowden,
section 2 ceases to apply at the end of that taxation year in respect of that portion of 
the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it.
(2)		Notwithstanding subsection (1)(a), section 2 does not cease to apply in respect of 
the subdivision of an existing farmstead from a previously unsubdivided quarter 
section of the annexed land.
(3)		Notwithstanding subsection (1)(a), section 2 does not cease to apply in respect of 
the subdivision of an existing farmstead parcel encompassing the existing farm 
dwelling and having a maximum area of 8.1 hectares (20 acres) from the Northwest 
Quarter of Section Twenty-Four (24), Township Thirty-Four (34), Range One (1), 
West of the Fifth Meridian.
(4)		Notwithstanding subsection (1)(c), section 2 does not cease to apply in respect of 
a portion of the annexed land that is designated under the Town of Bowden's Land 
Use Bylaw to the designation "Urban Reserve District (UR)".
(5)		Notwithstanding subsection (1)(c), section 2 does not cease to apply in respect of 
Lot 1, Block 1, Plan 041 2069 or Block C, Plan 011 1417 that is redesignated under 
the Town of Bowden's Land Use Bylaw to the designation "Highway Commercial 
District (C2)".
(6)		Notwithstanding subsection (1)(a) and subsection (1)(c), section 2 does not cease 
to apply in respect of a portion of the annexed land that is redesignated under the 
Town of Bowden's Land Use Bylaw or subdivided as a result of the acquisition of 
land by Alberta Transportation for the purposes of accommodating planned highway 
improvements.
4		After section 2 ceases to apply to a portion of the annexed land in a taxation year, 
that portion of the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it must be 
assessed and taxed for the purposes of property taxes in the following year in the 
same manner as other property of the same assessment class in the Town of Bowden 
is assessed and taxed.
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O.C. 291/2008
(Municipal Government Act)
Approved and ordered: 
Chief Justice Cote 
Administrator.	July 9, 2008
    The Lieutenant Governor in Council amends Order in Council numbered O.C. 
333/2007 in Appendix B
(a)		by striking out Detailed Area Map 1, West Annexation Area and 
substituting the attached Detailed Area Map 1, North Annexation Area, and
(b)	by striking out Detailed Area Map 2, North Annexation Area and 
substituting the attached Detailed Area Map 2, West Annexation Area,
Effective January 1, 2007.
Ron Stevens, Acting Chair.


APPENDIX B - DETAILED AREA MAP 1, NORTH ANNEXATION AREA

 
 


APPENDIX B - DETAILED AREA MAP 2,  
WEST ANNEXATION AREA
 
 


O.C. 344/2008
(Municipal Government Act)
Approved and ordered: 
Norman Kwong 
Lieutenant Governor.	July 21, 2008
The Lieutenant Governor in Council orders that
(a)	effective June 1, 2008, the land described in Appendix A and shown on the 
sketch in Appendix B is separated from Red Deer County and annexed to 
the Town of Innisfail,
(b)	any taxes owing to Red Deer County at the end of May 31, 2008 in respect 
of the annexed land are transferred to and become payable to the Town of 
Innisfail together with any lawful penalties and costs levied in respect of 
those taxes, and the Town of Innisfail upon collecting those taxes, penalties 
and costs must pay them to Red Deer County, 
(c)	taxes payable in 2008 in respect of the assessable land and any 
improvements to it are to be paid to and retained by Red Deer County,
(d)	the assessor for the Town of Innisfail must assess, for the purpose of 
taxation in 2009 and subsequent years, the annexed land and the assessable 
improvements to it, 
(e)	any taxes owing to Red Deer County at the end of December 31, 2008 in 
respect of the annexed land are transferred to and become payable to the 
Town of Innisfail together with any lawful penalties and costs levied in 
respect of those taxes and the Town of Innisfail upon collecting those taxes, 
penalties and costs must pay them to Red Deer County,
and makes the Order in Appendix C.
Ed Stelmach, Chair.
APPENDIX A
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE LANDS SEPARATED 
FROM RED DEER COUNTY 
AND ANNEXED TO THE TOWN OF INNISFAIL
THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION (18), TOWNSHIP THIRTY-FIVE 
(35), RANGE TWENTY-EIGHT (28), WEST OF THE FOURTH MERIDIAN 
INCLUDING THAT PORTION OF ROADWAY PLAN 012 2423.
THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION NINETEEN (19), TOWNSHIP 
THIRTY-FIVE (35), RANGE TWENTY-EIGHT (28), WEST OF THE FOURTH 
MERIDIAN INCLUDING THAT PORTION OF ROADWAY PLAN 012 2423.
THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION NINETEEN (19), TOWNSHIP 
THIRTY-FIVE (35), RANGE TWENTY-EIGHT (28), WEST OF THE FOURTH 
MERIDIAN INCLUDING THAT PORTION OF ROADWAY PLAN 012 2423 
AND EXCLUDING BLOCK 1, LOT 1, PLAN 922 0322 AND EXCLUDING LOT 
1, PLAN 822 1653.
LOT 2ER, BLOCK 2, PLAN 012 4685.
LOT 1, BLOCK 1, PLAN 942 0564.
BLOCK A, PLAN 782 1400.
THE REMAINING PORTION OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 
THIRTY-TWO (32), TOWNSHIP THIRTY-FIVE (35), RANGE TWENTY-EIGHT 
(28), WEST OF THE FOURTH MERIDIAN BETWEEN ROAD PLAN 2387JY 
AND LOT 1, BLOCK 6, PLAN 072 9064 NOT CURRENTLY WITHIN THE 
TOWN BOUNDARY.
LOT 1, BLOCK 4, PLAN 072 9064.
LOT 1, BLOCK 5, PLAN 072 9064.
LOT 1, BLOCK 6, PLAN 072 9064.
THE NORTHERLY 1650 FEET IN UNIFORM WIDTH THROUGHOUT ALL 
THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION THIRTY-
THREE (33), TOWNSHIP THIRTY-FIVE (35), RANGE TWENTY-EIGHT (28), 
WEST OF THE FOURTH MERIDIAN WHICH LIES WEST OF THE CALGARY 
AND EDMONTON TRAIL AS SHOWN ON ROAD PLAN 4805NY.
LOT A, PLAN 802 0269.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 
THIRTY-THREE (33), TOWNSHIP THIRTY-FIVE (35), RANGE TWENTY-
EIGHTY (28) WEST OF THE FOURTH MERIDIAN LYING WEST OF THE 
CALGARY AND EDMONTON TRAIL AS SHOWN ON ROAD PLAN 4805NY.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 
THIRTY-THREE (33), TOWNSHIP THIRTY-FIVE (35), RANGE TWENTY-
EIGHT (28), WEST OF THE FOURTH MERIDIAN WHICH LIES EAST OF THE 
WESTERLY LIMIT OF THE ROAD AS SHOWN ON ROAD PLAN 4805NY.
THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION THIRTY-THREE (33), TOWNSHIP 
THIRTY-FIVE (35), RANGE TWENTY-EIGHT (28), WEST OF THE FOURTH 
MERIDIAN.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 
THIRTY-THREE (33), TOWNSHIP THIRTY-FIVE (35), RANGE TWENTY-
EIGHT (28), WEST OF THE FOURTH MERIDIAN COMMENCING AT THE 
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF THE SAID QUARTER SECTION THENCE 
NORTHERLY ALONG THE EASTERN BOUNDARY THEREOF 40 FEET 
THENCE WESTERLY PARALLEL WITH THE SOUTHERN BOUNDARY OF 
THE SAID QUARTER SECTION TO THE SURVEYED ROAD KNOWN AS THE 
CALGARY AND EDMONTON TRAIL THENCE SOUTHERLY ALONG THE 
EAST BOUNDARY OF THE SAID TRAIL TO THE POINT WHERE THE SAID 
TRAIL AND SOUTHERN BOUNDARY OF THE SAID QUARTER SECTION 
INTERSECTS THENCE EASTERLY ALONG THE SAID SOUTHERN 
BOUNDARY TO THE POINT OF COMMENCEMENT.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 
THIRTY-FOUR (34), TOWNSHIP THIRTY-FIVE (35), RANGE TWENTY-EIGHT 
(28) WEST OF THE FOURTH MERIDIAN WHICH LIES TO THE WEST OF THE 
CALGARY AND EDMONTON RAILWAY AS SHOWN ON RAILWAY PLAN 
C&E NO.1.
THE MOST SOUTHERLY SIXTY-SIX (66) FEET OF THAT PORTION OF THE 
SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION THIRTY-FOUR (34), TOWNSHIP 
THIRTY-FIVE (35), RANGE TWENTY-EIGHT (28) WEST OF THE FOURTH 
MERIDIAN WHICH LIES TO THE EAST OF THE CALGARY AND 
EDMONTON RAILWAY AS NOW CONSTRUCTED ACROSS THE SAID 
LAND.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 
THIRTY-FOUR (34), TOWNSHIP THIRTY-FIVE (35), RANGE TWENTY-EIGHT 
(28) WEST OF THE FOURTH MERIDIAN WHICH LIES TO THE EAST OF THE 
CALGARY AND EDMONTON RAILWAY AS NOW CONSTRUCTED ACROSS 
THE SAID LAND.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION THIRTY-
FOUR (34), TOWNSHIP THIRTY-FIVE (35), RANGE TWENTY-EIGHT (28) 
WEST OF THE FOURTH MERIDIAN LYING WEST OF THE WEST 
BOUNDARY OF ROAD PLAN 912 1121.
THE NORTHERLY 198.4 FEET THROUGHOUT OF THE SOUTHEAST 
QUARTER OF SECTION THIRTY-FOUR (34), TOWNSHIP THIRTY-FIVE (35), 
RANGE TWENTY-EIGHT (28), WEST OF THE FOURTH MERIDIAN.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 
THIRTY-FIVE (35), TOWNSHIP THIRTY-FIVE (35), RANGE TWENTY-EIGHT 
(28) WEST OF THE FOURTH MERIDIAN LYING WEST OF THE WEST 
BOUNDARY OF ROAD PLAN 912 1121.
IN ADDITION TO THE TITLED LANDS DESCRIBED ABOVE, ALL 
INTERVENING ROAD ALLOWANCES, WATER BODIES AND RIGHTS-OF-
WAY INCLUDING ALL PORTIONS OF THE C&E NO. 1, HIGHWAY 54 AND 
HIGHWAY 2A RIGHTS-OF-WAY BETWEEN THE AREAS IDENTIFIED FOR 
ANNEXATION AND THE TOWN'S CURRENT BOUNDARY.


APPENDIX B
A SKETCH SHOWING THE GENERAL LOCATION OF THE AREA 
ANNEXED TO THE TOWN OF INNISFAIL
 

ANNEXATION AREAS



APPENDIX C
ORDER
1		In this Order, "annexed land" means the land described in Appendix A and 
shown on the sketch in Appendix B.
2		For taxation purposes in 2009 and subsequent years, up to and including 2018, 
the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it
(a)		must be assessed by the Town of Innisfail on the same basis as if they had 
remained in Red Deer County, and
(b)		must be taxed by the Town of Innisfail in respect of each assessment class 
that applies to the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it using the 
municipal tax rate established by Red Deer County.
3(1)		Where in any taxation year, a portion of the annexed land
(a)	becomes a new parcel of land created as a result of subdivision or separation 
of title by registered plan of subdivision or by instrument or any other 
method that occurs at the request of, or on behalf of, the landowner,
(b)	is redesignated at the request of, or on behalf of the landowner under the 
Town of Innisfail Land Use Bylaw to another designation, or
(c)	is connected to the water or sanitary sewer services provided by the Town of 
Innisfail,
section 2 ceases to apply at the end of that taxation year in respect of that portion of 
the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it.
(2)		Notwithstanding subsection (1)(a), section 2 does not cease to apply in respect of 
a portion of the annexed land that is redesignated under the Town of Innisfail Land 
Use Bylaw to the designation "Reserved for Future Development (RD)".
(3)		In all cases, section 2 ceases to apply after 10 years have passed from the date of 
the annexation.
4		After section 2 ceases to apply to a portion of the annexed land in a taxation year, 
that portion of the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it must be 
assessed and taxed for the purposes of property taxes in the following year in the 
same manner as other property of the same assessment class in the Town of Innisfail 
is assessed and taxed.
5(1)		In this section, "compensation amount" means the amount of municipal property 
taxes payable in 2008 to Red Deer County under Part 10 of the Municipal 
Government Act in respect of the annexed land.
(2)		The Town of Innisfail must pay to Red Deer County
(a)	100% of the compensation amount on or before July 31, 2008,
(b)	80% of the compensation amount on or before July 31, 2009,
(c)	60% of the compensation amount on or before July 31, 2010,
(d)	40% of the compensation amount on or before July 31, 2011, and
(e)	20% of the compensation amount on or before July 31, 2012.
6(1)		Any application for a development permit or subdivision filed with Red Deer 
County before June 1, 2008 must be processed and decided by Red Deer County.
(2)		An appeal from a decision made by Red Deer County pursuant to subsection (1) 
must be made to the Red Deer County Subdivision and Development Appeal Board 
unless there is authority under section 678(2)(a) of the Municipal Government Act to 
make the appeal to the Municipal Government Board.
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O.C. 345/2008
(Municipal Government Act)
Approved and ordered: 
Norman Kwong 
Lieutenant Governor.	July 21, 2008
The Lieutenant Governor in Council orders that 
(a)	effective May 1, 2008, the land described in Appendix A and shown on the 
sketch in Appendix B is separated from Red Deer County and annexed to 
the Town of Penhold,
(b)	any taxes owing to Red Deer County at the end of April 30, 2008 in respect 
of the annexed land are transferred to and become payable to the Town of 
Penhold together with any lawful penalties and costs levied in respect of 
those taxes and the Town of Penhold upon collecting those taxes, penalties 
and costs must pay them to Red Deer County,
(c)	for the purposes of taxation in 2008, Red Deer County must assess and tax 
the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it, 
(d)	taxes payable in 2008 in respect of the assessable land and any 
improvements to it are to be paid to and retained by Red Deer County,
(e)	any taxes owing to Red Deer County at the end of December 31, 2008 in 
respect of the annexed land are transferred to and become payable to the 
Town of Penhold together with any lawful penalties and costs levied in 
respect of those taxes and the Town of Penhold upon collecting those taxes, 
penalties and costs must pay them to Red Deer County,
(f)	any 2008 assessment complaints in respect of the annexed land received by 
the Town of Penhold or Red Deer County remain with Red Deer County, 
and
(g)	the assessor for the Town of Penhold must assess, for the purposes of 
taxation in 2009 and subsequent years, the annexed land and the assessable 
improvements to it,
and makes the Order in Appendix C.
Ed Stelmach, Chair.
APPENDIX A
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE LANDS SEPARATED 
FROM RED DEER COUNTY 
AND ANNEXED TO THE TOWN OF PENHOLD
WITHIN THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION ONE (1), TOWNSHIP 
THIRTY-SEVEN (37) RANGE TWENTY-EIGHT (28) WEST OF THE FOURTH 
MERIDIAN 
ALL LANDS DESCRIBED AS SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION ONE 
(1), TOWNSHIP THIRTY-SEVEN (37) RANGE TWENTY-EIGHT (28) WEST 
OF THE FOURTH MERIDIAN;
THAT PORTION OF ROAD WIDENING PLAN 5935 MC AND HIGHWAY 592 
ADJACENT TO AND LYING TO THE SOUTH OF SAID QUARTER SECTION;
THAT PORTION OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY PLAN C&E 1 
IN SAID QUARTER SECTION;
LOT 1, BLOCK 1, PLAN 942 0196.
WITHIN THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION ONE (1), TOWNSHIP 
THIRTY-SEVEN (37), RANGE TWENTY-EIGHT (28) WEST OF THE FOURTH 
MERIDIAN
ALL LANDS DESCRIBED AS THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 
ONE (1), TOWNSHIP THIRTY-SEVEN (37), RANGE TWENTY-EIGHT (28) 
WEST OF THE FOURTH MERIDIAN;
THAT PORTION OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY PLAN C&E 1 
IN SAID QUARTER SECTION;
ROAD PLAN 002 0566;
THAT PORTION OF HIGHWAY 2A WITHIN SAID QUARTER SECTION;
THAT PORTION OF ROAD WIDENING PLAN 5935 MC AND HIGHWAY 
42 ADJACENT TO AND LYING TO THE SOUTH OF SAID QUARTER 
SECTION; 
THE GOVERNMENT ROAD ALLOWANCE LYING EAST OF SAID 
QUARTER SECTION.
WITHIN THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION THIRTY-ONE (31), 
TOWNSHIP THIRTY-SIX (36), RANGE TWENTY-SEVEN (27) WEST OF THE 
FOURTH MERIDIAN
ALL LANDS DESCRIBED AS NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 
THIRTY-ONE (31), TOWNSHIP THIRTY-SIX (36), RANGE TWENTY-
SEVEN (27) WEST OF THE FOURTH MERIDIAN LYING WEST OF THE 
WEST BANK OF WASKASOO CREEK;
LOT A, PLAN 3591 NY;
THE GOVERNMENT ROAD ALLOWANCE WEST AND ADJACENT TO 
SAID QUARTER SECTION EXCEPTING ROAD WIDENING PLAN 5803 JY 
THAT LIES TO THE NORTH OF SAID QUARTER SECTION.
THE GOVERNMENT ROAD ALLOWANCE WEST AND ADJACENT TO 
THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION THIRTY-ONE (31), 
TOWNSHIP THIRTY-SIX (36), RANGE TWENTY-SEVEN (27) WEST OF 
THE FOURTH MERIDIAN.
WITHIN THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION TWENTY-FIVE (25), 
TOWNSHIP THIRTY-SIX (36), RANGE TWENTY-EIGHT (28) WEST OF THE 
FOURTH MERIDIAN 
ALL LANDS DESCRIBED AS NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 
TWENTY-FIVE (25), TOWNSHIP THIRTY-SIX (36), RANGE TWENTY-
EIGHT (28) WEST OF THE FOURTH MERIDIAN;
THE MOST NORTHERLY 33 FEET THROUGHOUT THE QUARTER 
SECTION;
THAT PORTION OF PLAN 4244 RS IN SAID QUARTER SECTION;
THE GOVERNMENT ROAD ALLOWANCE LYING EAST AND 
ADJACENT TO SAID QUARTER SECTION.
WITHIN THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION TWENTY-FIVE (25), 
TOWNSHIP THIRTY-SIX (36), RANGE TWENTY-EIGHT (28) WEST OF THE 
FOURTH MERIDIAN
ALL LANDS DESCRIBED AS NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 
TWENTY-FIVE (25), TOWNSHIP THIRTY-SIX (36), RANGE TWENTY-
EIGHT (28) WEST OF THE FOURTH MERIDIAN;
THAT PORTION OF HIGHWAY 2A WITHIN SAID QUARTER SECTION;
THAT PORTION OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY PLAN C&E 1 
IN SAID QUARTER SECTION;
ROAD PLAN 882 1090;
ROAD PLAN 3249 ET;
THAT PORTION OF LOT 2, BLOCK 2, PLAN 002 3915 IN SAID QUARTER 
SECTION;
THAT PORTION OF SAID QUARTER SECTION COMMENCING AT THE 
NORTHEAST CORNER OF SAID QUARTER SECTION, THENCE 
WESTERLY ALONG THE NORTHERLY BOUNDARY TO THE EAST 
BOUNDARY OF HIGHWAY 2A, THENCE SOUTH WESTERLY ALONG 
THE EAST BOUNDARY OF HIGHWAY 2A TO A POINT 33 FEET IN 
PERPENDICULAR DISTANCE FROM THE NORTH BOUNDARY OF SAID 
QUARTER SECTION, THENCE EASTERLY AND PARALLEL TO THE 
NORTH BOUNDARY OF SAID QUARTER SECTION TO A POINT ON THE 
EAST BOUNDARY OF SAID QUARTER SECTION, THENCE 
NORTHERLY ALONG THE EAST BOUNDARY OF SAID QUARTER 
SECTION TO THE POINT OF COMMENCEMENT;
THE GOVERNMENT ROAD ALLOWANCE LYING WEST AND 
ADJACENT TO SAID QUARTER SECTION.


APPENDIX B
A SKETCH SHOWING THE GENERAL LOCATION OF THE  
AREA ANNEXED TO THE TOWN OF PENHOLD
 
 


APPENDIX C
ORDER
1	In this Order, "annexed land" means the land described in Appendix A and 
shown on the sketch in Appendix B.
2	For taxation purposes in 2009 and subsequent years up to and including 
2013, the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it 
(a)	must be assessed by the Town of Penhold on the same basis as if they had 
remained in Red Deer County, and
(b)	must be taxed by the Town of Penhold in respect of each assessment class 
that applies to the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it using 
the municipal tax rate established by Red Deer County.
3(1)	Section 2 ceases to apply to a portion of the annexed land and the assessable 
improvements to it in the taxation year immediately following the taxation year in 
which the portion
(a)	becomes a new parcel of land created as a result of subdivision or separation 
of title by registered plan of subdivision or by instrument or any other 
method that occurs at the request of, or on behalf of, the landowner, 
(b)	becomes a residual portion of 16 hectares or less after a new parcel referred 
to in clause (a) has been created,
(c)	is redesignated at the request of, or on behalf of, the landowner under the 
Town of Penhold's Land Use Bylaw, or
(d)	is connected to the water or sanitary sewer services provided by the Town of 
Penhold.
(2)	Notwithstanding subsection (1)(a), section 2 does not cease to apply in 
respect of the subdivision of an existing farmstead from a previously unsubdivided 
quarter section within the annexed lands.
(3) 	Notwithstanding subsection (1)(c), section 2 does not cease to apply in 
respect of a portion of the annexed land that is redesignated under the Town of 
Penhold's Land Use Bylaw to the designation "Urban Reserve District (UR)".
4	After section 2 ceases to apply to a portion of the annexed land in a taxation 
year, that portion of the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it must be 
assessed and taxed for the purposes of property taxes in the following year in the 
same manner as other property of the same assessment class in the Town of Penhold 
is assessed and taxed.



O.C. 364/2008
(Municipal Government Act)
Approved and ordered: 
Norman Kwong 
Lieutenant Governor.	July 30, 2008
The Lieutenant Governor in Council orders that
(a)	effective January 1, 2008, the land described in Appendix A and shown on 
the sketch in Appendix B is separated from The County of Grande Prairie 
No. 1 and annexed to the City of Grande Prairie,
(b)	any taxes owing to The County of Grande Prairie No. 1 at the end of 
December 31, 2007 in respect of the annexed land are transferred to and 
become payable to the City of Grande Prairie together with any lawful 
penalties and costs levied in respect of those taxes and the City of Grande 
Prairie upon collecting those taxes, penalties and costs must pay them to The 
County of Grande Prairie No. 1, 
(c)	for the purposes of taxation in 2008, The County of Grande Prairie No. 1 
must assess and tax the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it,
(d)	taxes payable in 2008 in respect of the assessable land and any 
improvements to it are to be paid to The County of Grande Prairie No. 1 and 
The County of Grande Prairie No. 1 shall remit those taxes to the City of 
Grande Prairie,
(e)	any 2008 assessment complaints in respect of the annexed land received by 
the City of Grande Prairie or The County of Grande Prairie No. 1 remain 
with The County of Grande Prairie No. 1, and
(f)	the assessor for the City of Grande Prairie must assess, for the purpose of 
taxation in 2009 and subsequent years, the annexed land and the assessable 
improvements to it,
and makes the order in Appendix C.
Ed Stelmach, Chair.


APPENDIX A
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE LANDS SEPARATED FROM THE 
COUNTY OF GRANDE PRAIRIE NO. 1 AND ANNEXED TO 
THE CITY OF GRANDE PRAIRIE
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION THIRTY-
TWO (32), TOWNSHIP SEVENTY-ONE (71), RANGE FIVE (5) WEST OF THE 
SIXTH MERIDIAN CONTAINING 64.7 HECTARES (160 ACRES) MORE OR 
LESS.
ALL THAT PORTION OF ROAD PLAN 0726739 ADJACENT TO THE SOUTH 
BOUNDARY OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION THIRTY-
TWO(32), TOWNSHIP SEVENTY-ONE (71), RANGE FIVE (5) WEST OF THE 
SIXTH MERIDIAN CONTAINING 1.6 HECTARES (3.95 ACRES) MORE OR 
LESS.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION TWO 
(2), TOWNSHIP SEVENTY-TWO (72), RANGE SIX (6), WEST OF THE SIXTH 
MERIDIAN CONTAINING 64.7 HECTARES (160 ACRES) MORE OR LESS, 
EXCEPTING THEREOUT:
ROAD PLAN 9422351, CONTAINING 0.389 HECTARES (0.96 ACRES) 
MORE OR LESS.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE GOVERNMENT ROAD ALLOWANCE LYING 
ADJACENT TO THE WESTERN BOUNDARY OF THE SOUTHWEST 
QUARTER OF SECTION TWO (2), TOWNSHIP SEVENTY-TWO (72), RANGE 
SIX (6), WEST OF THE SIXTH MERIDIAN CONTAINING 1.6 HECTARES (3.95 
ACRES) MORE OR LESS.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION THREE 
(3), TOWNSHIP SEVENTY-TWO (72), RANGE SIX (6), WEST OF THE SIXTH 
MERIDIAN CONTAINING 64.7 HECTARES (160 ACRES) MORE OR LESS, 
EXCEPTING THEREOUT:
THE NORTHERLY TWO HUNDRED AND ELEVEN (211) METERS IN 
PERPENDICULAR WIDTH THROUGHOUT THE EASTERLY ONE 
HUNDRED AND NINETY (190) METERS IN PERPENDICULAR WIDTH 
THROUGHOUT, CONTAINING 4.01 HECTARES (9.91 ACRES) MORE OR 
LESS;
ROAD PLAN 9422351, CONTAINING 0.399 HECTARES (0.99 ACRES) 
MORE OR LESS.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION THREE 
(3), TOWNSHIP SEVENTY-TWO (72), RANGE SIX (6), WEST OF THE SIXTH 
MERIDIAN, INCLUDING ROAD PLAN 8721271, CONTAINING 64.7 
HECTARES (160 ACRES) MORE OR LESS, EXCEPTING THEREOUT:
LOT A, SUBDIVISION PLAN 872 1271 CONTAINING 1.214 HECTARES (3 
ACRES) MORE OR LESS.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTH HALF OF SECTION FOUR (4), 
TOWNSHIP SEVENTY-TWO (72), RANGE SIX (6), WEST OF THE SIXTH 
MERIDIAN, INCLUDING ROAD PLAN 0526192, CONTAINING 130.4 
HECTARES (322 ACRES) MORE OR LESS.
ALL GOVERNMENT ROAD ALLOWANCES ADJOINING THE EASTERLY, 
THE WESTERLY AND THE SOUTHERLY BOUNDARIES OF THE SOUTH 
HALF OF SECTION FOUR (4), TOWNSHIP SEVENTY-TWO (72), RANGE SIX 
(6), WEST OF THE SIXTH MERIDIAN CONTAINING 4.8 HECTARES (11.85 
ACRES) MORE OR LESS.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE NORTH HALF OF SECTION THIRTY-THREE 
(33), TOWNSHIP SEVENTY-ONE (71), RANGE SIX (6), WEST OF THE SIXTH 
MERIDIAN INCLUDING ROAD PLAN 6278ET CONTAINING 130.4 
HECTARES (322 ACRES) MORE OR LESS, EXCEPTING THEREOUT:
ROAD PLAN 9422351 CONTAINING 0.387 HECTARES (0.96 ACRES) 
MORE OR LESS.
ALL GOVERNMENT ROAD ALLOWANCES, INCLUDING ROAD PLAN 
0325264, ADJOINING THE WEST BOUNDARY OF THE NORTH HALF OF 
SECTION THIRTY-THREE (33), TOWNSHIP SEVENTY-ONE (71), RANGE SIX 
(6), WEST OF THE SIXTH MERIDIAN CONTAINING 1.9 HECTARES (4.7 
ACRES) MORE OR LESS. 
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 
TWENTY-ONE (21), TOWNSHIP SEVENTY-ONE (71), RANGE SIX (6), WEST 
OF THE SIXTH MERIDIAN LYING TO THE NORTH OF THE SOUTHERLY 
LIMIT OF THE RIGHT OF WAY TAKEN FOR THE EDMONTON, DUNVEGAN 
AND BRITISH COLUMBIA RAILWAY AS SHOWN ON RAILWAY PLAN 
3399CL, CONTAINING 38 HECTARES (94 ACRES) MORE OR LESS.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTH HALF OF SECTION TWENTY-ONE 
(21), TOWNSHIP SEVENTY-ONE, RANGE SIX (6), WEST OF THE SIXTH 
MERIDIAN LYING TO THE SOUTH OF THE SOUTHERLY LIMIT OF THE 
RIGHT OF WAY OF THE EDMONTON, DUNVEGAN AND BRITISH 
COLUMBIA RAILWAY AS SHOWN ON RAILWAY PLAN 3399 CL 
CONTAINING 30.1 HECTARES (74.60 ACRES) MORE OR LESS.
ALL THAT PORTION OF LOT FIVE (5) WITHIN THE FLYINGSHOT LAKE 
SETTLEMENT, INCLUDING ROAD PLAN 2783CL AND ROAD PLAN 0526551, 
AS SHOWN ON THE PLAN OF SURVEY OF THE SAID SETTLEMENT 
SIGNED AT OTTAWA ON THE 11TH DAY OF NOVEMBER A.D. 1908, 
CONTAINING 61.5 HECTARES (152 ACRES) MORE OR LESS EXCEPTING 
THEREOUT:
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE SAID LOT LYING SOUTH OF ROAD PLAN 
2783 CL CONTAINING 15.6 HECTARES (38.57 ACRES) MORE OR LESS.
ALL THAT PORTION OF LOT FOUR (4) WITHIN THE FLYINGSHOT LAKE 
SETTLEMENT, LYING SOUTH OF THE SOUTHERN LIMIT OF RAILWAY 
PLAN 3399CL AND LYING TO THE NORTH OF THE SOUTHERLY LIMIT OF 
ROAD PLAN 0625195, INCLUDING ROAD PLAN 0526551 AND THE 
GOVERNMENT ROAD ALLOWANCE, CONTAINING 48.1 HECTARES (119 
ACRES) MORE OR LESS.
ALL THAT PORTION OF SUBDIVISION PLAN 0621428, BLOCK 1, LOT 11A, 
CONTAINING 47.25 HECTARES (116.76 ACRES) MORE OR LESS.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE GOVERNMENT ROAD ALLOWANCE LYING 
ADJACENT TO THE EASTERN BOUNDARY OF SUBDIVISION PLAN 
0621428, BLOCK 1, LOT 11A CONTAINING 0.56 HECTARES (1.4 ACRES) 
MORE OR LESS.
ALL THAT PORTION OF SUBDIVISION PLAN 0725521, BLOCK 1, LOT 1 
CONTAINING 2.142 HECTARES (5.3 ACRES) MORE OR LESS.
ALL THAT PORTION OF LOTS 2 AND 3 IN SUBDIVISION PLAN 1735 TR 
CONTAINING 26.3 HECTARES (64.9 ACRES) MORE OR LESS.
ALL THAT PORTION OF SUBDIVISION PLAN 9921621 CONTAINING 2.060 
HECTARES (5.09 ACRES) MORE OR LESS
ALL THAT PORTION OF SUBDIVISION PLAN 0227308 CONTAINING 4.059 
HECTARES (10.03 ACRES) MORE OR LESS.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 
SEVENTEEN (17), TOWNSHIP SEVENTY-ONE (71), RANGE FIVE (5), WEST 
OF THE SIXTH MERIDIAN, INCLUDING ROAD PLAN 0226492, ROAD PLAN 
0226817, AND ROAD PLAN 0324811, CONTAINING 64.7 HECTARES (160 
ACRES) MORE OR LESS.
ALL THOSE PORTIONS OF THE GOVERNMENT ROAD ALLOWANCES AND 
ROAD PLANS, LYING ADJACENT TO THE WESTERLY AND SOUTHERLY 
BOUNDARIES OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION SEVENTEEN 
(17), TOWNSHIP SEVENTY-ONE (71), RANGE FIVE (5), WEST OF THE SIXTH 
MERIDIAN,  CONTAINING 4 HECTARES (9.85 ACRES) MORE OR LESS 
(INCLUDING ROAD PLAN 0524181, THE ROAD SHOWN ON PLAN 0422082 
AND THE MOST NORTHERLY PORTION 5.18 METRES (17 FEET) OF 
SUBDIVISION PLAN 3208TR IN PERPENDICULAR WIDTH THROUGHOUT).
ALL THAT PORTION OF ROAD PLAN 9520043 AND THE ADJOINING 
EASTERLY ROAD ALLOWANCE CONTAINING 0.979 HECTARES (2.42 
ACRES) MORE OR LESS, EXCEPTING THEREOUT:
THE SOUTHERLY 232.25 METERS (761.98 FEET) OF THE ROAD PLAN.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 
NINETEEN (19), TOWNSHIP SEVENTY-ONE (71), RANGE FIVE (5), WEST OF 
THE SIXTH MERIDIAN CONTAINING 64.7 HECTARES (160 ACRES) MORE 
OR LESS EXCEPTING THEREOUT:
SUBDIVISION PLAN 772 2082 CONTAINING 6.47 HECTARES (16 ACRES) 
MORE OR LESS.

APPENDIX B
A SKETCH SHOWING THE GENERAL LOCATION OF THE AREA 
ANNEXED TO THE CITY OF GRANDE PRAIRIE
 

ANNEXATION AREAS


APPENDIX C
ORDER
1	In this Order, "annexed land" means the land described in Appendix A and 
shown on the sketch in Appendix B.
2	For taxation purposes in 2008, the annexed land and the assessable 
improvements to it
(a)	must be assessed by The County of Grande Prairie No. 1, and
(b)	must be taxed by The County of Grande Prairie No. 1 in respect of each 
assessment class that applies to the annexed land and the assessable 
improvements to it using the municipal tax rate established by The County 
of Grande Prairie No. 1.
3	For taxation purposes in 2009 and subsequent years up to and including 2022, the 
annexed land and the assessable improvements to it
(a)	must be assessed by the City of Grande Prairie on the same basis as if they 
had remained in The County of Grande Prairie No. 1, and
(b)	must be taxed by the City of Grande Prairie in respect of each assessment 
class that applies to the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it 
using
(i)	the previous year's municipal tax rate established by The County of 
Grande Prairie No. 1 for the years 2009 up to and including 2012, and
(ii)	the previous year's municipal tax rate established by The County of 
Grande Prairie No. 1 plus the percentage of the difference between The 
County of Grande Prairie No. 1's municipal tax rate and the City of 
Grande Prairie's municipal tax rate for the years 2013 up to and 
including 2022 as follows:
2013 -	the previous year's municipal tax rate established by The 
County of Grande Prairie No. 1 plus 10% of the difference in 
municipal tax rates between the municipalities;
2014 -	the previous year's municipal tax rate established by The 
County of Grande Prairie No. 1 plus 20% of the difference in 
municipal tax rates between the municipalities;
2015 -	the previous year's municipal tax rate established by The 
County of Grande Prairie No. 1 plus 30% of the difference in 
municipal tax rates between the municipalities;
2016 -	the previous year's municipal tax rate established by The 
County of Grande Prairie No. 1 plus 40% of the difference in 
municipal tax rates between the municipalities;
2017 -	the previous year's municipal tax rate established by The 
County of Grande Prairie No. 1 plus 50% of the difference in 
municipal tax rates between the municipalities;
2018 -	the previous year's municipal tax rate established by The 
County of Grande Prairie No. 1 plus 60% of the difference in 
municipal tax rates between the municipalities;
2019 -	the previous year's municipal tax rate established by The 
County of Grande Prairie No. 1 plus 70% of the difference in 
municipal tax rates between the municipalities;
2020 -	the previous year's municipal tax rate established by The 
County of Grande Prairie No. 1 plus 80% of the difference in 
municipal tax rates between the municipalities;
2021 -	the previous year's municipal tax rate established by The 
County of Grande Prairie No. 1 plus 90% of the difference in 
municipal tax rates between the municipalities;
2022 -	the previous year's municipal tax rate established by The 
County of Grande Prairie No. 1 plus 100% of the difference in 
municipal tax rates between the municipalities.
(c)	Notwithstanding clause (b)(ii), if the previous year's municipal tax rate 
established by the County of Grande Prairie No.1 plus the percentage 
difference between the previous year's municipal tax rate established by the 
County of Grande Prairie No.1 and City of Grande Prairie's municipal tax 
rate in any year between 2013 up to and including 2022 exceeds the City of 
Grande Prairie's municipal tax rate for a given year, the annexed land and 
the assessable improvements to it must be taxed at the City of Grande 
Prairie's municipal tax rate for that taxation year.
4	Where in any taxation year, up to and including 2022, a portion of the annexed 
land
(a)	becomes a new parcel of land created as a result of subdivision or separation 
of title by registered plan of subdivision or by instrument or any other 
method that occurs at the request of, or on behalf of, the landowner, or
(b)	is redesignated at the request of, or on behalf of the landowner under the 
City of Grande Prairie's Land Use Bylaw to another designation,
section 2 or 3, as the case may be, ceases to apply at the end of that taxation year in 
respect of that portion of the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it.
5	After section 2 or 3 ceases to apply to a portion of the annexed land in a taxation 
year, that portion of the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it must be 
assessed and taxed for the purposes of property taxes in the same manner as other 
property of the same assessment class in the City of Grande Prairie is assessed and 
taxed.
6	In 2008 and subsequent years up to and including 2012, the City of Grande 
Prairie must, on or before September 1 of each year, pay to The County of Grande 
Prairie No. 1 25% of the assessed municipal property taxes on the annexed land and 
the assessable improvements to it as revenue sharing.
7	Where in any taxation year, up to and including 2012, a portion of the annexed 
land becomes a new parcel of land created as a result of subdivision or separation of 
title by registered plan of subdivision or by instrument or any other method that 
occurs at the request of, or on behalf of, the landowner, section 6 ceases to apply at 
the end of that taxation year in respect of that portion of the annexed land and the 
assessable improvements to it.
8(1)	The City of Grande Prairie shall pay to The County of Grande Prairie No. 1 three 
hundred and ninety-five thousand six hundred and fifty-five dollars ($395,655.00), 
not later than 30 days after the date this Order in Council is made by the Lieutenant 
Governor in Council. 
(2)	The City of Grande Prairie shall pay to The County of Grande Prairie No. 1 fifty-
six thousand nine hundred and eighty-two dollars and sixteen cents ($56,982.16), not 
later than 90 days after the date this Order in Council is made by the Lieutenant 
Governor in Council.
(3)	The City of Grande Prairie shall pay to The County of Grande Prairie No. 1 two 
hundred and sixty thousand one hundred and sixty four dollars ($260,164.00), not 
later than 1 year after the date this Order in Council is made by the Lieutenant 
Governor in Council.
_______________
O.C. 365/2008
(Municipal Government Act)
Approved and ordered: 
Norman Kwong 
Lieutenant Governor.	July 30, 2008
The Lieutenant Governor in Council orders that
(a)	effective January 1, 2008, the land described in Appendix A and shown on 
the sketch in Appendix B is separated from Parkland County and annexed to 
the City of Spruce Grove,
(b)	any taxes owing to Parkland County at the end of December 31, 2007 in 
respect of the annexed land are transferred to and become payable to the 
City of Spruce Grove together with any lawful penalties and costs levied in 
respect of those taxes, and the City of Spruce Grove upon collecting those 
taxes, penalties and costs must pay them to Parkland County, and
(c)	the assessor for the City of Spruce Grove must assess, for the purpose of 
taxation in 2008 and subsequent years, the annexed land and the assessable 
improvements to it,
and makes the order in Appendix C.
Ed Stelmach, Chair.
APPENDIX A
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE LANDS SEPARATED  
FROM PARKLAND COUNTY 
AND ANNEXED TO THE CITY OF SPRUCE GROVE
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 
THIRTY-FIVE (35), TOWNSHIP FIFTY-TWO (52), RANGE TWENTY-SEVEN 
(27), WEST OF THE FOURTH MERIDIAN WHICH LIE TO THE NORTH OF 
THE RIGHT OF WAY OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY.


APPENDIX B
A SKETCH SHOWING THE GENERAL LOCATION OF THE  
AREA ANNEXED TO THE CITY OF SPRUCE GROVE

 
 


APPENDIX C
ORDER
1	In this Order, "annexed land" means the land described in Appendix A and 
shown on the sketch in Appendix B.
2	Subject to section 3, for taxation purposes in 2008 and subsequent years up to 
and including 2023, the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it
(a)	must be assessed by the City of Spruce Grove on the same basis as if they 
had remained in Parkland County, and
(b)	must be taxed by the City of Spruce Grove in respect of each assessment 
class that applies to the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it 
using the municipal tax rate established by Parkland County.
3(1)	Section 2 ceases to apply to a portion of the annexed land and the assessable 
improvements to it in the taxation year immediately following the taxation year in 
which
(a)	the portion becomes a new parcel of land created as a result of subdivision 
or separation of title by registered plan of subdivision or by instrument or 
any other method that occurs at the request of, or on behalf of, the 
landowner, other than subdivision for the purposes of creating a parcel that 
separates agricultural lands from a farmhouse, or
(b)	the portion is redesignated at the request of, or on behalf of, the landowner 
under the City of Spruce Grove Land Use Bylaw.
4	After section 2 ceases to apply to a portion of the annexed land, that portion of the 
annexed land and the assessable improvements to it must be assessed and taxed for 
the purposes of property taxes in the same manner as other property of the same 
assessment class in the City of Spruce Grove is assessed and taxed.
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
0027 834 076
S.E. 26-16-18-W4M
991 031 730
I certify the procedures required under part 4 of the Irrigation Districts Act have been 
completed and the area of the Bow River Northern Irrigation District should be 
changed according to the above list.
Len Ring, Director, 
Irrigation Secretariat.
______________
On behalf of the Lethbridge Northern 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 109 748
4;22;12;1;SW
931 101 178
0022 109 722
4;22;12;1;NW
931 066 949
0022 106 397
4;22;12;1;NE
001 076 847
I certify the procedures required under part 4 of the Irrigation Districts Act have been 
completed and the area of the Lethbridge Northern Irrigation District should be 
changed according to the above list.
Len Ring, Director, 
Irrigation Secretariat.
On behalf of the St. Mary 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
0019 358 464 
4;8;11;24;SW
991 040 868
0022 576 343
4;14;9;2;SW
051 008 596
0022 576 351
4;14;9;2;SE

0022 576 335
4;14;9;2;NE
051 008 596+3
0023 026 479
4;17;9;4; SW, SE
941 020 724 +9
0022 372 718
4;17;9;4;NE
941 020 724 +17
0022 372 726
4;17;9;4;NW
021 147 754
0022 647 028
4;13;8;27;SW
941 097 058 +1
0022 647 002
4;13;8;27;SE
941 096 412+1
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.
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 "Unit Agreement - Silver Lake Lloydminster Unit" with respect to 
M4 R4 T40:14SE and that the enlargement became effective on August 1, 2008.


 


 


 


 


Environment
CODE OF PRACTICE FOR A WATERWORKS SYSTEM CONSISTING 
SOLELY OF A WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM [made under the 
Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act, RSA 2000, c.E-12, and the 
Environmental Protection and Enhancement (Miscellaneous) Regulation, AR 
118/93]
Effective October 1, 2008, this document replaces the September 2003 document
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Part

1.
Definitions
2.
General Provisions
3.
Administration, Design and Construction Requirements
4.
Operational Requirements
5.
Limits and Monitoring Requirements
6.
Reclamation Requirements
7.
Reporting Requirements
8.
Record Keeping Requirements
9.
Code of Practice Administration

Schedule 1
Operations Program Contents
PART 1: DEFINITIONS
1.1	All definitions in the Act and the regulations under the Act apply except 
where expressly defined in this Code of Practice.
1.2 	In this Code of Practice: 
(a)	"Act" means the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act, 
R.S.A. 2000, c.E-12, as amended from time to time; 
(b)	"alternate program" means the Alternate Laboratory Data Quality 
Assurance Program, as detailed in the Department's Laboratory 
Data Quality Assurance Policy Procedures and Guidelines;
(c)	"approved laboratory" means laboratory accredited to the 
requirements of ISO/IEC 17025 - General requirements for the 
competence of testing and calibration laboratories, for the drinking 
water tests methods specified by the Director;
(d)	"chlorine residual" means free chlorine, or combined chlorine or 
total chlorine;
(e)	"continuous" means flow measurement or sample analysis through 
in-line equipment that creates flow measurements or frequent, 
discrete sample analysis output;
(f)	"design capacity" means a production capacity for which the 
waterworks system was designed, as stated in the engineering 
drawings and specifications for the waterworks system, provided 
pursuant to section 3.1.3;
(g)	"four seasons" is comprised of "spring" - March to May, 
"summer" - June to August, "fall" - September to November, 
"winter" - December to February;
(h)	"GCDWQ" means the Guidelines for Canadian Drinking Water 
Quality, published by Health Canada, as amended or replaced from 
time to time;
(i)	"grab", when referring to a sample, means an individual sample 
collected in less than 30 minutes and which is representative of the 
substance sampled;
(j)	"ISO / IEC" means the International Organization for 
Standardization / the International Electrotechnical Commission;
(k)	"MAC" means the Maximum Acceptable Concentration, specified 
in the GCDWQ for a particular parameter;
(l)	"professional engineer" means a professional engineer or 
registered professional technologist (engineering) under the 
Engineering, Geological and Geophysical Professions Act;
(m)	"regulations" means the regulations under the Act;
(n)	"running annual average" means the arithmetic average of the 
concentrations of all the most recent samples taken covering a 365 
day period;
(o)	"Standards and Guidelines Document" means the Standards and 
Guidelines for Municipal Waterworks, Wastewater and Storm 
Drainage Systems, published by the Department, as amended or 
replaced from time to time;
(p)	"this Code of Practice" means the Code of Practice for a 
Waterworks System Consisting Solely of a Water Distribution 
System, published by the Department, as amended or replaced 
from time to time; and
(q)	"weekday" means Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, or 
Friday.
PART 2:  GENERAL PROVISIONS
Section 2.1: General
2.1.1	Any person who constructs, operates or reclaims a waterworks system that 
consists solely of a water distribution system shall do so in accordance with 
this Code of Practice.
2.1.2	Any conflict between the registration application and the terms and 
conditions of this Code of Practice shall be resolved in favour of this Code 
of Practice.
2.1.3	The terms and conditions of this Code of Practice do not affect any rights or 
obligations created under any other authorization issued by the Department.
2.1.4	The terms and conditions of this Code of Practice are severable.  If any term 
or condition of this Code of Practice or the application of any term or 
condition is held invalid, the application of such term or condition to other 
circumstances and to the remainder of this Code of Practice shall not be 
affected by that invalidity.
2.1.5	If the registration holder monitors for any substances or parameters which 
are the subject of limits in this Code of Practice more frequently than is 
required, using procedures authorized in this Code of Practice, then the 
registration holder shall provide the results of such monitoring as an 
addendum to the next reports required by this Code of Practice.
Section 2.2:  Analytical Requirements
2.2.1	With respect to any monitoring required pursuant to this Code of Practice, 
all samples shall be:
(a)	collected;
(b)	preserved;
(c)	stored;
(d)	handled; and
(e)	analyzed
in accordance with:
(i)	the Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and 
Wastewater, published by the American Public Health 
Association, the American Waterworks Association and the 
Water Environment Federation, as amended or replaced 
from time to time; or
(ii)	a method authorized in writing by the Director. 
2.2.2 	Any analysis of a sample required pursuant to this Code of Practice, shall be 
done only in an approved laboratory, or in accordance with the 
Department's alternate program.
2.2.3	Any analysis of a sample of treated water for bacteriological quality 
required pursuant to this Code of Practice shall be conducted only by the 
Alberta Provincial Laboratory for Public Health, unless otherwise specified 
in writing by the Director.
PART 3:  ADMINISTRATION, DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION 
REQUIREMENTS
Operations Program
3.1.1	If the waterworks system was not previously registered, no person shall 
apply for a registration unless that person has prepared or caused to be 
prepared a written operations program governing the operation of the 
waterworks system.
3.1.1.1	A registration holder shall have a written operations program governing the 
operation of the waterworks system completed by the latter of: 
(a)	the date of application for a registration, or
(b)	the date specified in a notice issued pursuant to S.8.1(4) of the 
Environmental Protection and Enhancement (Miscellaneous) 
Regulation, AR 118/93. 
3.1.2	The operations program in section 3.1.1.1 shall contain, at a minimum, all of 
the information in Schedule 1.
3.1.3	In addition to the information required in the Act and the regulations, an 
application for a registration shall contain, at a minimum, the following 
information:
(a)	written confirmation that the person applying for the registration 
has prepared, or caused to be prepared an operations program;
(b)	engineering drawings signed and stamped by a professional 
engineer, for the proposed waterworks system or proposed changes 
to the waterworks system,  including the design capacity of the 
proposed waterworks system or proposed change;
(c)	a statement, signed and stamped by a professional engineer, 
indicating whether the design of the project complies with all the 
design requirements of:
(i)	this Code of Practice, and
(ii)	the regulations under the Act; and
	(d)	in cases in which a design requirement in section 3.1.3 (c) is not 
met, a statement, signed and stamped by a professional engineer, 
identifying and justifying the deviation.
3.1.4	No person shall install any water treatment equipment that was not included 
in the registration application unless the Director has been advised in writing 
in advance of the intention to install and operate that water treatment 
equipment.
PART 4: OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS
4.1.1	The waterworks system shall be 
(a)	operated; and 
(b)	maintained
at all times within its design capacity. 
4.1.2	Repealed
4.1.2.1	The registration holder shall maintain positive pressure at all points 
throughout the distribution system where water is being supplied.
4.1.3	Repealed
Certified Operator
4.1.4	At all times, the operation of the waterworks system shall be performed by, 
or under the direction of, a person who holds a valid certificate of 
qualification at the applicable level as set out in Table 4-1. 
4.1.5	At all times, the number of certified operators available to perform or direct 
the operation of the waterworks system shall meet or exceed the applicable 
numbers in Table 4-1.
TABLE 4-1:  MINIMUM WATERWORKS SYSTEM OPERATOR 
CERTIFICATE OF QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
Population Served by 
Waterworks System
Minimum Number and Minimum 
Qualifications of Water Distribution 
Certified Operator
< 500
One operator with a Small
Water Systems Certificate
500 - 1500
One operator with a Level I
Water Distribution (WD) Certificate
1,501 - 15, 000
One operator with a Level II
Water Distribution (WD) Certificate
15, 001 - 50,000
One operator with a Level III Water 
Distribution (WD) Certificate,
and
One operator with a Level II Water 
Distribution (WD) Certificate
50,001 and over
One operator with a Level IV Water 
Distribution (WD) Certificate, 
and  
Two operators with a Level III Water 
Distribution (WD) Certificate, 
and  
One operator with a Level II Water 
Distribution (WD) Certificate
PART 5:  LIMITS AND MONITORING REQUIREMENTS
5.1.1	The quality of potable water distributed by the waterworks system shall 
comply with the limits in Table 5-1
(a)	at all locations specified in Table 5-2; and
(b)	at all times water is being supplied at that location. 
   TABLE 5-1: POTABLE WATER QUALITY LIMITS
Parameter
Limit (Maximum unless otherwise 
specified
Bacteriological
Applicable MAC
Chlorine residual
Greater than or equal to 0.1 mg/L, based 
on at least 75% of the grab samples taken 
on a particular day, and
Greater than or equal to 0.1 mg/L in 99% 
of continuous readings.
Lead and Trihalomethanes
Applicable MAC, based on the running 
annual average.
5.1.2	Repealed 
5.1.3	If a sample does not meet one or more of the bacteriological quality limits in 
Table 5-1, in addition to any reporting or other requirements pursuant to the 
Act, the regulations, or this Code of Practice, the registration holder shall 
carry out  the corrective actions set out in the Communication and Action 
Protocol for Failed Bacteriological Results Including Other Potential 
Failures in Drinking Water for Waterworks Systems Authorized under the 
Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act, entered into by Alberta 
Environment, the Alberta Provincial Laboratory for Public Health, and 
Alberta Health and Wellness, as amended or replaced from time to time.
5.1.3.1	If the first sample result of a chlorine residual sampling event pursuant to 
5.1.4 does not meet the residual chlorine limit in Table 5-1, the registration 
holder shall:
(a)	flush the distribution line in the vicinity of the sample;
(b)	resample and analyze the chlorine residual at the same location; 
and
(c)	resample and analyze the chlorine residual from a service 
connection upstream and a service connection downstream from 
the location where the first sample failed.
5.1.3.2	In the event that the chlorine residual in any of the sample results in sections 
5.1.3.1(b) and 5.1.3.1(c) is less than 0.1 mg/L, the registration holder shall 
immediately report the incident to the Director by telephone at 1-780-422-
4505.
Potable Water Monitoring
5.1.4	The potable water in the waterworks system shall be monitored in 
accordance with Table 5-2, unless otherwise specified in writing by the 
Director. 
TABLE 5-2: POTABLE WATER MONITORING LOCATION AND 
FREQUENCY
Parameter
Sample type
Monitoring 
Location
Minimum Monitoring 
Frequency and Minimum 
Number of Samples
Bacteriological
Grab
At random 
location(s) within the 
water distribution 
system
For systems serving a 
population over 1500 or 
more than 10 kilometres of 
water distribution system: 
The frequency and number 
of samples as set out in the 
GCDWQ, without any 
reduction, or 
For systems serving a 
population of 1500 or less 
and having 10 kilometres 
or less of water 
distribution system: One 
sample per 500 population, 
per month.
Chlorine 
residual
(a) and 
either (b) or 
(c)
(a) Grab; and


(b) Grab
(a) and either (b) or 
(c)

(a) At the same 
location as the 
bacteriological 
quality sample is 
collected; and
(b) At a random 
location(s) within the 
water distribution 
system; or
(a) and either (b) or (c)

(a) One sample, taken at 
the same time as the 
bacteriological quality 
sample is collected; 
and
(b) For systems serving a 
population of more 
than 500, or more than 
3 kilometres of 
distribution system: 
One sample per day, 
five days per week, 
including the samples 
taken at the same time 
as the bacteriological 
samples; if a statutory 
holiday falls on a 
weekday within that 
week, the sample is 
not required on that 
day, and the frequency 
may be reduced by one 
day for each statutory 
holiday; or
For systems serving a 
population of 500 or 
less and having 3 
kilometres or less of 
water distribution 
system: Three samples 
per week, including 
the samples taken at 
the same time as the 
bacteriological 
samples, with a 
minimum of 24 hours 
between samples; or

(c) 
Continuous
(c) At an fixed point 
in the water 
distribution 
system 
authorized by the 
Director
(c) One sample, every five 
minutes, recording all 
results and reporting 
the minimum value for 
each day
Lead
Grab
At a random 
location(s) within the 
water distribution 
system
One sample per year
5.1.5	In the event of a repair within the water distribution system, in addition to 
the monitoring required in section 5.1.4, the registration holder shall monitor 
for 
(a)	bacteriological quality; and
(b)	chlorine residual
	by grab sample, in the following manner:
(i)	immediately after each repair; and
(ii)	at a sampling point closest to the location of the repair.
Trihalomethanes
5.1.6	Repealed
5.1.6.1	In addition to any other monitoring requirements pursuant to this Code of 
Practice, the Act or the regulations, trihalomethanes shall be monitored in 
the waterworks system in the following manner:
(a)	for systems where the registration holder adds chlorine to the water 
and:
(i)	the trihalomethane concentrations in any sample in the 
water entering, or in, the water distribution system are 
greater than the applicable MAC, or no analytical results 
are available:
(A)	one grab sample in each of the four seasons, each 
year;
(B)	all samples shall be taken at the location furthest 
from the point the water enters the water distribution 
system; and
(C)	there shall be a minimum of two months between 
samples; or
(ii)	the trihalomethane concentrations in all samples in the 
previous sampling event covering a one year period in the 
water entering, or in, the water distribution system are less 
than the applicable MAC:
(A)	one grab sample in each of the four seasons, every 
three years;
(B)	all samples shall be taken at the location furthest 
from the point the water enters the water distribution 
system; and
(C)	there shall be a minimum of two months between 
samples; or
(b)	for systems where the registration holder does not add chlorine to 
the water and:
(i)	the trihalomethane concentrations in any sample in the 
water entering, or in, the water distribution system are 
greater than the applicable MAC, or no analytical results 
are available:
(A)	one grab sample in each of the summer and winter 
periods, each year;
(B)	all samples shall be taken at the location furthest 
from the point the water enters the water distribution 
system; or
(ii)	the trihalomethane concentrations in all samples in the 
previous sampling event covering a one year period in the 
water entering, or in, the water distribution system are less 
than the applicable MAC: 
(A)	one grab sample in each of the summer and winter 
periods, every three years;
(B)	all samples shall be taken at the location furthest 
from the point the water enters the water 
distribution system.
5.1.7 to 5.1.9 Repealed
Additional Measurements
5.1.10	Repealed
5.1.10.1	The total water volume entering the distribution system shall be measured 
as required to fulfil the requirements of 5.1.11 and where no treatment 
chemical is added, the total water volume entering the distribution system 
shall be computed a minimum of once per month.
5.1.11	If any treatment chemical is added to the waterworks system, the dosage of 
each chemical added shall:
(a)	be calculated in milligrams of chemical per litre of water (mg/L) 
by measuring the amount of chemical added in a period not 
exceeding 7 days divided by the total volume of water to which the 
chemical was added; and
(b)	not exceed the dosage specified as Maximum Use in Standard 60, 
published by the National Sanitation Foundation and the American 
National Standards Institute (NSF/ANSI), as amended or replaced 
from time to time, unless otherwise authorized in writing by the 
Director.
PART 6:  RECLAMATION REQUIREMENTS
6.1.1	Where the land surface has been disturbed during construction, expansion, 
modification or repair of any portion of a waterworks system, reclamation of 
the land surface to equivalent land capability shall be performed following 
the construction, expansion, modification or repair, in accordance with the 
Standards and Guidelines Document.
6.1.2	Within six months after the waterworks system, or a portion of the 
waterworks system, permanently ceases operation, the registration holder 
shall submit a reclamation plan to the Director for the portion of the system 
that is no longer in operation.
6.1.3	No person shall commence reclamation of the waterworks system until that 
person has received written authorization from the Director for the 
reclamation.
6.1.4	Any person conducting reclamation of the waterworks system shall comply 
with the reclamation plan, as authorized in writing by the Director.
PART 7:  REPORTING REQUIREMENTS
Contravention Reporting
7.1.1	In addition to any other reporting required pursuant to this Code of Practice, 
the Act, or the regulations, the registration holder shall immediately report 
to the Director any contravention of this Code of Practice, either:
(a)	by telephone at 1-780-422-4505, or
(b)	by a method
(i)	in compliance with the release reporting provisions in the 
Act and the regulations, or
(ii)	authorized in writing by the Director.
7.1.2	In addition to any other reporting required pursuant to this Code of Practice, 
the Act, or the regulations, the registration holder shall immediately report 
to the Director by a method under section 7.1.1,any structural or equipment 
malfunction in the waterworks system that may affect the quality or supply 
of potable water.
7.1.3	In addition to the immediate report in section 7.1.1, the registration holder 
shall provide a report to the Director:
(a)	in writing; or
(b)	by a method:
(i)	in compliance with the release reporting provisions in the 
Act and the regulations, or
(ii)	authorized in writing by the Director within seven (7) 
calendar days after the discovery of  the contravention, or within 
another time period specified in writing by the Director, unless the 
requirement for the report is waived by the Director.
7.1.4	The report required under section 7.1.3 shall contain, at a minimum the 
following information:
(a)	a description of the contravention;
(b)	the date of the contravention;
(c)	the duration of the contravention;
(d)	the legal land description of the location of the contravention;
(e)	an explanation as to why the contravention occurred;
(f)	a summary of all preventive measures and actions that were taken 
prior to the contravention;
(g)	a summary of all measures and actions that were taken to mitigate 
any effects of the contravention;
(h)	a summary of all measures that will be taken to address any 
remaining effects and potential effects related to the contravention;
(i)	the number of the registration issued under the Act for the 
waterworks system, and the name of the person who held the 
registration at the time the contravention occurred;
(j)	the name, address, phone number and responsibilities of all 
persons operating the waterworks system at the time the 
contravention occurred;
(k)	the name, address, phone number and responsibilities of all 
persons who had charge, management or control of the waterworks 
system at the time that the contravention occurred;
(l)	a summary of proposed measures that will prevent future 
contraventions, including a schedule of implementation for these 
measures; 
(m)	any information that was maintained or recorded under this Code 
of Practice, as a result of the incident; and
(n)	any other information required by the Director in writing.
Monthly Reporting
7.1.5	The registration holder shall compile and retain monthly reports.
7.1.6	The monthly report in section 7.1.5 shall include, at a minimum:
(a)	the name, telephone and fax numbers of all certified operators;
(b)	the analytical results for all parameters required to be monitored in 
accordance with this Code of Practice during the month; 
(c)	the locations of all sampling performed during the month in 
accordance with this Code of Practice;
(d)	the name and manufacturer of all treatment chemicals added 
during the month, and each manufacturer as listed in the Standard 
60, published by the American National Standards Institute and the 
National Sanitation Foundation, (ANSI/NSF) as amended or 
replaced from time to time; and
(e)	the results of all required measurements conducted during the 
month in accordance with this Code of Practice.
Annual Reporting
7.1.7	In addition to any other reporting required under the Act, the regulations, 
and this Code of Practice, the registration holder shall compile an annual 
report, by February 28 of the year following the calendar year in which the 
information on which the report is based was collected.
7.1.7.1	Until a notice under section 7.1.9 is issued by the Director, the registration 
holder shall submit to the Director the annual report in section 7.1.7, by 
February 28 of the year following the calendar year in which the 
information on which the report is based was collected.
7.1.8	The annual report in section 7.1.7 shall contain, at a minimum, all of the 
following information:
(a)	a summary of the monthly reports, specifying the monthly 
minimum, average, and maximum results for each parameter 
monitored, excluding bacteriological results, for each month;
(b)	a summary of the number, results, and sampling dates of the 
bacteriological samples analyzed for each month;
(c)	the results of any other compliance monitoring done during the 
year pursuant to this Code of Practice that was not included in any 
monthly report; and
(d)	a description of any problems experienced and corrective actions 
taken at the waterworks system during the year with respect to 
environmental matters.
Electronic Reporting
7.1.9	The Director may, by notice in writing, require the registration holder to 
submit periodic reports:
(a)	in an electronic format; and
(b)	at a different frequency than specified in sections 7.1.5 and 7.1.7.1 
of this Code of Practice. 
7.1.10	The registration holder who receives a notice as specified in section 7.1.9 
shall comply with the notice.
PART 8: RECORD KEEPING REQUIREMENTS
8.1.1	The registration holder shall  
(a)	record the following information; and
(b)	maintain and retain the following records for five (5) years from 
the date the record was created:
(i)	bacteriological analysis results;
(ii)	daily records, including, but not limited to:
(A)	flow meter readings, 
(B)	chlorine concentrations, and
(C)	treatment chemical dosages;
required under this Code of Practice;
(iii)	all monthly reports required under this Code of Practice; 
and
(iv)	records of action taken by the registration holder to correct 
contraventions of potable water quality limits (MAC), 
including the following information for each contravention: 
(A)	name and address of the person who discovered the 
contravention, and
(B)	copies of all notifications to the public.
8.1.2	The registration holder shall maintain the following records for the life of 
the waterworks system:
(a)	the operations program;
(b)	copies of all:
(i)	applications submitted to the Department for a 
	registration regarding the waterworks system, and 
correspondence related to the registration,
(ii)	engineering  drawings and specifications, 
(iii)	project reports, 
(iv)	construction documents, 
(v)	record drawings, 
(vi)	all reports of inspections conducted by the Department, 
(vii)	all correspondence sent to the Department regarding a 
proposed extension of a water distribution system, 
replacement of a portion of a water distribution system, 
expansion or modification of potable water storage within 
the water distribution system
(viii)	all registrations issued under the Act for the waterworks 
system,
(ix)	all annual reports, and 
(x)	all reports prepared pursuant to sections 7.1.3 and 7.1.4; 
and
(c)	all analytical results required pursuant to this Code of Practice, 
excluding daily monitoring.
8.1.3	The results and records in sections 8.1.1(b) and 8.1.2(c) shall contain, at a 
minimum, all of the following information:
(a)	the date, location and time of monitoring, and the name of the 
person collecting the sample;
(b)	identification of the sample type, including, but not limited to 
whether the sample is a routine water distribution system sample, 
repeat sample, source or potable water sample, or other special 
purpose sample;
(c)	date of analysis;
(d)	laboratory name and person responsible for performing analysis;
(e)	the analytical method used; and
(f)	the results of the analysis.
8.1.4	The registration holder shall immediately provide any records, reports or 
data required to be created under this Code of Practice to the Director or an 
inspector, upon request. 
PART 9: CODE OF PRACTICE ADMINISTRATION
 9.1.1	This Code of Practice will be reviewed as changes in technological or other 
standards warrant.
Schedule 1
Operations Program Contents
1.	Routine Operational Procedures, which shall, at a minimum, include:
(a)	contact name and telephone numbers for the system owner, system 
operator, engineering consultants and equipment suppliers;
(b)	operating instructions
(i)	general description of treatment process and operating 
procedures,
(ii)	performance requirements, and
(iii)	location of equipment major controls;
(c)	general maintenance schedule; 
(d)	general maintenance instructions for
(i)	treatment/process equipment
(ii)	monitoring equipment, and
(iii)	pumping equipment; and
(e)	the schedule and procedures for cleaning and flushing of the entire 
water distribution system, including potable water storage 
reservoirs;
(f)	written agreement between the approval or registration holder that 
operates the waterworks system supplying water to this 
waterworks system and the registration holder for this system, 
including:
(i)	the minimum chlorine concentration the approval or 
registration holder supplying the water is obligated to 
deliver,
(ii)	a list of all waterworks systems that receive water from this 
waterworks system, including contact names, telephone 
numbers, and fax numbers,
(iii)	a list of all service connections off of any potable water 
transmission main included in this waterworks system, 
including contact names, telephone numbers, and fax 
numbers,
(iv)	the communication and notification protocol or process that 
is in place between the approval or registration holder 
supplying the water to this system and the registration 
holder for this waterworks system.

2. 	Routine Operational Procedures for Monitoring and Analysis, which 
shall, at a minimum, include:
(a)	operational and compliance tests to be performed;
(b)	bacteriological quality monitoring plan;
(c)	methods used for monitoring and analysis;
(d)	locations of monitoring points; and
(e)	laboratory data quality assurance information.
3. 	Emergency Response Plan, which shall, at a minimum, include steps to 
be taken in the event of the following: 
(a)	bacteriological results exceeding the prescribed limits;
(b)	low chlorine residual;
(c)	equipment breakdown;
(d)	flood and other natural disasters;
(e)	water distribution system pipeline break and repair, and the return 
of the pipeline to service;
(f)	power failure;
(g)	the waterworks system becoming inoperable, including steps in 
providing an alternate potable water supply; and
(h)	list of contacts - Alberta Environment, Alberta Health, Regional 
Health Authorities, Fire Department, Disaster Coordinator, and 
other agencies. 
4.	Date of last update
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the quarter ending June 30, 2008
Function: Water Management Operations Annual Conference 2008 
Purpose: Annual conference to discuss water management issues. 
Amount: $3,101.79 
Date: January 21 - 23, 2008 
Location: Leduc
Function: Air Committee for the Industrial Heartland and Capital Region meeting. 
Purpose: Discussion on the Framework, Vision and Principles. Framework design, 
Industry Proposal, Selection Criteria and list of interests. 
Amount and Date: $ 1,966.87, Feb 27, 2008; $1,158.44, March 12, 2008; $1,188.95, 
April 10, 2008; $1,082.28, May 9, 2008. 
Location: Edmonton
Function: Consultation on Instream Flow Needs (IFN) 
Purpose: Consult with First Nations, Department of Fisheries on the Athabasca, 
Muskeg River framework. 
Amount: $675.92 
Date: March 5, 2008 
Location: Edmonton
Function: Milk River Metering Project meeting.  
Purpose: To present the 2007 results from the Pilot Project. 
Amount: $675.00 
Date: March 25, 2008 
Location: Milk River
Function: Athabasca Watershed Planning and Advisory Council (WPAC) 
Purpose: A workshop with the stakeholders and aboriginal community 
representatives on the Athabasca Watershed. 
Amount: $24,758.36 
Date: April 15 & 16, 2008 
Location: Sherwood Park
Function: Baseline Water Well Testing Workshop 
Purpose: Consultation with laboratories and specialists. 
Amount: $682.24 
Date: May 6, 2008  
Location: Red Deer
Function: Environmental Priorities workshop 
Purpose: Workshop on environmental priorities with Treaty 8 First Nations. 
Amount: $9,170.18 
Date: May 13 & 14, 2008 
Location: Edmonton
Function: Facilitated stakeholder workshop on the Specified Gas Emitters program 
under the Climate Change and Emissions Management Act 
Purpose: Discuss issues and lessons learned during the baseline and first compliance 
period. 
Amount: $1,814.60 
Date: June 10, 2008 
Location: Edmonton
Executive Council
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the period ending June 30, 2008 
Function/Purpose: Official Visit of The Honourable Malcolm Wicks, Minister of 
State for Energy, United Kingdom 
Amount: $2,072.51 
Date: April 9, 2008 
Location: Edmonton
Function/Purpose: Premier's Reception for Opening Ceremonies of the First Session 
of the Twenty-seventh Legislature 
Amount: $8,961.95 
Date: April 15, 2008 
Location: Edmonton
Function/Purpose: Official Visit of Mr. Moin-ul-Haque, Consul General for the 
Islamic Republic of Pakistan 
Amount: $813.70 
Date: April 23, 2008 
Location: Edmonton
Function/Purpose: Official Visit of Mr. Walter Deplazes, Consul General of 
Switzerland 
Amount: $621.00 
Date: May 5, 2008 
Location: Edmonton
Function/Purpose: Official Visit of His Excellency Declan Kelly, Ambassador of 
Ireland 
Amount: $1,149.30 
Date: May 7, 2008 
Location: Edmonton
Function/Purpose: Official Visit of Mr. Yasuo Minemura, Consul General of Japan 
Amount: $1,166.78 
Date: May 14, 2008 
Location: Edmonton
Function/Purpose: Official Visit of His Excellency Honore Theodore Ahimakin, 
Ambassador of the Republic of Benin 
Amount: $900.25 
Date: May 21, 2008 
Location: Edmonton
Function/Purpose: Official Visit of Mr. Klaus Achenbach, Consul General of the 
Republic of German 
Amount: $1,179.60 
Date: June 4, 2008 
Location: Edmonton
Health and Wellness
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the period April 1, 2008 to June 30, 2008
Function: Health Human Resources Demand Model-Simulation Project: Family 
Physician Workshop 
Purpose: Development of a conceptual model which will be finalized by expert 
practitioners from the family physician occupational group and senior health services 
planners from the Health Authorities. 
Amount: $1,806.24 
Date: May 8, 2008 
Location: Edmonton AB
Function: Alberta Immunization Forum 
Purpose: Reinforce the importance of immunization, immune system functions, 
approriate immunization delivery, Alberta's immunization program, and to provide 
tools to address immunization myths. 
Amount: $ 11,739.52 
Date: April 21-22, 2008 
Location: Edmonton AB
Function: Provincial Implementation Working Group  
Purpose: Continue work on the implementation of the Continuing Care Systems 
Project and the interRAI assessment tools in continuing care on a province-wide basis 
Amount: $1,365.32 
Date: May 5-6, 2008 
Location: Leduc AB
Function: Deputy Minister/Stakeholder Committee Meeting 
Purpose: All day retreat meeting with the Deputy Minister and Stakeholder 
Committee. 
Amount: $931.49 
Date: May 26, 2008 
Location: Edmonton AB
Function: Healthy School Communities Award Ceremony and Reception 
Purpose: Celebrations of individuals and organizations receiving awards for their 
outstanding commitments and contributions to improving healthy eating and physical 
activity levels of people involved in school communities. 
Amount: $1,605.58 
Date: June 3, 2008 
Location: Edmonton AB
Function: Health Human Resource Demand Modelling Approach and Simulation 
Project: Registered Nurses Workshop 
Purpose: Detailed review, development and finalization of the registered nurses 
demand occupational submodel for health authority staff from the human resource, 
clinical and nursing functional areas and members of the Nursing Advisory Council 
of Alberta. 
Amount: $1,813.66 
Date: June 2, 2008 
Location: Edmonton AB
Function: Health Human Resource Demand Modelling Approach and Simulation 
Project:  Medical Laboratory Technologist Workshop 
Purpose: Provide basic information needed for workforce planning as well as factors 
influencing the demand for medical laboratory technologist. Participants included 
pathologists, managers and medical laboratory technologists who are employed by 
Health Authorities and private, public health and blood service laboratories. 
Amount: $1,813.66 
Date: June 3, 2008 
Location: Edmonton AB
Infrastructure and Transportation
Sale or Disposition of Land
(Government Organization Act)
Name of Purchaser: Clearwater County, Box 550, 4340 - 47 Ave., Rocky Mountain 
House, AB T4T 1G3  
Consideration: $48,950.00  
Land Description: Meridian 5 Range 7 Township 39 Section 19 all that portion of 
the south east quarter described as follows: 
Commencing at I.P.S.M.R. 7 B.C. shown on road plan 3502EU, thence south 84 
degrees, 49 minutes west 648.648 feet, to I.P.R.6 E.C. thence westerly along the 
curvilinear north limit of the said highway 281.16 feet, to a point, thence north 2 
degrees, 21 minutes W. along the radius to the said curvilinear limit, 235.686 feet, to 
a point thence easterly along a curve concentric with the said curvilinear limit 
269.544 feet, to a point, thence north 84 degrees, 49 minutes east, 648.648 feet to a 
point, thence south 5 degrees, 11 minutes east, 235.686 feet, to the point of 
commencement, containing 2.02 hectares (5 acres) more or less excepting thereout: 
0.049 hectares (0.12 acres) more or less, 
For road as shown on plan 4388PX 
Excepting thereout all mines and minerals
Municipal Affairs
(Municipal Government Act)
Ministerial Order L: 161/08
I, Ray Danyluk, Minister of Municipal Affairs, under Ministerial Order L: 161/08 
made pursuant to section 322 of the Municipal Government Act and the applicable 
regulations, have amended the following:
The 2007 Alberta Machinery and Equipment Assessment Minister's Guidelines
Copies of the amended Assessment Minister's Guidelines are available to the public 
on the Alberta Municipal Affairs and Housing website at the following link: 
http://www.municipalaffairs.gov.ab.ca/mc_property_assessment_and_taxation_ 
legislation.cfm and at the Alberta Queen's Printer Bookstore.
Dated at Edmonton, Alberta on August 13, 2008.
Alberta Securities Commission
AMENDMENTS TO 
National Instrument 21-101 Marketplace Operation
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on June 17, 2008 pursuant to 
sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
PART 1 	AMENDMENT
1.1	Amendment
1.	This Instrument amends National Instrument 21-101 Marketplace 
Operation.
2.	Section 1.1 is amended: 
(a)	in the definition of "foreign exchange-traded security":
(i)	by striking out "only" wherever it appears; and
(ii)	by adding "and is not listed on an exchange or quoted on a 
quotation and trade reporting system in Canada" after 
"International Organization of Securities Commissions"; 
(b)	by repealing the definition of "member" and substituting the 
following:""member" means, for a recognized exchange, a person or 
company
(a)	holding at least one seat on the exchange, or
(b)	that has been granted direct trading access rights by the exchange 
and is subject to regulatory oversight by the exchange,
and the person or company's representatives;";
(c)	in paragraph (b) of the definition of "recognized exchange" by adding 
"or authorized by the securities regulatory authority" after "as a self-
regulatory organization";
(d)	in the definition of "subscriber" by adding ", and the person or 
company's representatives" after "orders on the ATS"; 
(e)	in the definition of "transaction fee" by striking out "transaction" and 
substituting "trading"; and
(f)	in the definition of "user" by adding ", and the person or company's 
representatives" after "on the recognized quotation and trade reporting 
system".
3.	Section 7.5 is amended by striking out "and timely" and by adding "in real-
time" after "consolidated feed".
4.	Part 8 is amended:
(a)	in section 8.3 by striking out "a" after "produce" and substituting "an 
accurate"; and
(b)	by repealing section 8.5 and substituting:
"8.5	Filing Requirements for the Information Processor
(1)	The information processor shall file, within 30 days after the end 
of each calendar quarter, the process and criteria for the selection of 
government debt securities, as applicable, and designated corporate debt 
securities and the list of government debt securities, as applicable, and 
designated corporate debt securities.
(2)	The information processor shall file, within 30 days after the end 
of each calendar year, the process to communicate the designated securities 
to the marketplaces, inter-dealer bond brokers and dealers providing the 
information as required by the Instrument, including where the list of 
designated securities can be found."
5.	Part 10 is amended:
(a)	in the title by striking out "Transaction Fees" and substituting "Trading 
Fees", and
(b)	by repealing section 10.1 and substituting the following:
10.1   Disclosure of Trading Fees by Marketplaces - A marketplace shall 
make its schedule of trading fees publicly available.
6.	Part 11 is amended:
(a)	in section 11.1 by adding "in electronic form" after "business";
(b)	in subsection 11.2(1),
(i)	by striking out "In addition to" and substituting "As part of";
(ii)	by striking out "keep" and substituting "include"; and
(iii)	by adding "in electronic form" after "information"; 
(c)	in paragraph 11.2(1)(b) by striking out ", in electronic form,";
(d)	by repealing subsections 11.2(2) and 11.2(3); and
(e)	by adding the following section after section 11.2:
"11.2.1	Transmission in Electronic Form - A marketplace shall transmit 
(a)	to a regulation services provider, if it has entered into an agreement 
with a regulation services provider in accordance with NI 23-101, the 
information required by the regulation services provider, within ten 
business days, in electronic form; and
(b)	to the securities regulatory authority the information required by the 
securities regulatory authority under securities legislation, within ten 
business days, in electronic form.".
7.	Section 12.2 is amended by striking out "Paragraphs 12.1(b) and 12.1(c) do" 
and substituting "Paragraph 12.1(b) does".
1.2	Effective Date - This Instrument comes into effect on September 12, 2008.
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AMENDMENTS TO 
National Instrument 23-101 Trading Rules
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on June 17, 2008 pursuant to 
sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
PART 1 	AMENDMENT
1.1	Amendment
1.	This Instrument amends National Instrument 23-101 Trading Rules.
2.	Section 1.1 is amended by adding the following definition:
""best execution" means the most advantageous execution terms reasonably 
available under the circumstances;".
3.	Section 4.2 is repealed and the following is substituted:
"4.2 Best Execution - A dealer and an adviser must make reasonable efforts 
to achieve best execution when acting for a client.
4.3 Order and Trade Information - To satisfy the requirements in section 4.2, 
a dealer or adviser shall make reasonable efforts to use facilities providing 
information regarding orders and trades."
4.	Section 5.1 is amended by adding "for a regulatory purpose" after "trading 
in a particular security".
5.	Part 11 is amended by:
(a)	repealing subsections 11.2(5) and (6); and
(b)	adding the following after section 11.2:
"11.3  Transmission in Electronic Form - A dealer and inter-dealer 
bond broker shall transmit 
(a)	to a regulation services provider the information required by the 
regulation services provider, within ten business days, in electronic 
form; and
(b)	to the securities regulatory authority the information required by 
the securities regulatory authority under securities legislation, 
within ten business days, in electronic form.".
1.2	Effective Date - This Instrument comes into effect on September 12, 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)
Tsuu Tina Police Service 
Amrow, Kenneth Shephard
(Date of Designation July 30, 2008)


Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the period January 1, 2008 to March 31, 2008
Purpose: Family Violence Police Training 
Amount: $1,725.00 
Date of Function: March 6-7, 2008 
Location: Edmonton
Purpose: Police Recruiting and Retention Roundtable 
Amount: $1,488.91 
Date of Function: March 14, 2008 
Location: Red Deer
Sustainable Resource Development
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the period January 1, 2008 to March 31, 2008
Function: Western Conference Law Enforcement Academy 
Purpose: Law enforcement recruits from British Columbia, Saskatchewan and 
Alberta attended courses to improve boating skills. 
Amount: $3,133.50 
Date of Function: September 10-11, 24-25 and October 3-4, 11-12, 2007 
Location: Westerose
Function: Western Canada Prescribed Fire Science Planning 
Purpose: To discuss the possibilities and opportunities of a coordinated approach in 
the management of prescribed fire in Western Canada. 
Amount: $839.08 
Date of Function: December 7, 2007 
Location: Edmonton
Function: Mountain Pine Beetle Advisory Committee Meeting 
Purpose: To provide the committee with various presentations on the mountain pine 
beetle situation. 
Amount: $1,416.75 
Date of Function: December 6, 2007 
Location: Edmonton
Function: Land-use Framework Informational Session 
Purpose: Land Use Framework informational session with the First Nations of the 
Athabasca Tribal Council. 
Amount: $816.50 
Date of Function: October 15, 2007 
Location: Edmonton
Function: Education Strategy Information Session with the Sturgeon Lake First 
Nations 
Purpose: To increase awareness and understanding of business processes within 
government departments. 
Amount: $1,575.00 
Date of Function: February 5, 2008 
Location: Sturgeon Lake
Function: Symposium on carbon offsets and carbon credits in the forestry and agro-
forestry sectors 
Purpose: Identify potential policy directions the Government of Alberta may pursue 
to develop or enable a robust carbon market in Alberta that will benefit resource 
sectors. 
Amount: $1,770.69 
Date of Function: January 30, 2008 
Location: Edmonton
Function: Bow Habitat Station meeting 
Purpose: Final meeting with Bow Habitat Station base-build contractors to conduct 
site inspection and bring the project to final completion. 
Amount: $830.25 
Date of Function: December 17, 2007 
Location: Calgary
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 Azical 
Holdings Inc. on July 31, 2008.
Dated at Calgary, Alberta on August 8, 2008.
Daniel D. Peterson, Q.C.
Public Sale of Land
(Municipal Government Act)
County of Grande Prairie No. 1
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the County of Grande Prairie No. 1 will offer for sale, by public auction, in the 
County Administration Building, 10001 - 84 Avenue, Clairmont, Alberta, on Friday, 
November 14, 2008, at 2:00 p.m., the following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
Acres
Quarter 
Section
C of T
C

8822860
4.54
SL 12-71-6-w6
072030905
A
1
6010ET

SW 18-74-9-w6
972358733
Quarter Section
Acres

C of T
SW 8-70-12-w6
159.00

862280093
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 County of 
Grande Prairie No. 1 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 County of Grande Prairie No. 1. No further information is available 
at the auction regarding the lands to be sold.
Bidders may, prior to the Public Auction, access a report on possible presence of soil 
contamination by contacting the County of Grande Prairie No. 1; and
The parcel may be occupied and is offered for sale subject to the existing tenancy.
The County of Grande Prairie No. 1may, 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 the Public Auction. 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 Clairmont, Alberta, August 11, 2008.
Bill Rogan, County Administrator.

Municipal District of Provost No. 52
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Municipal District of Provost No. 52 will offer for sale, by public auction to be 
held in the Municipal Administration Building at Provost, Alberta, on Thursday, 
October 23, 2008, at 10:00 a.m., the following lands:
Pt. Of Sec.
Sec
Township
Range
Meridian
N.W.
4
41
7
4   (2.63 Acres)
(Plan 572MC, Block 2)



Each parcel will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations and 
conditions contained in the existing Certificate of Title.
The Municipal District of Provost No. 52 may, after the public auction, become the 
owner of any parcel of land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Cash or Certified Cheque. The above property may be subject to G.S.T.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Provost, Alberta, August 6, 2008.
Iris Larson, Administrator.
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Town of Two Hills
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Town of Two Hills will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Town Council 
Chambers, Two Hills, Alberta, on Monday, October 13, 2008, at 10:00 a.m., the 
following lands:
Plan
Block
Lot
C of T
3056ET
5
10
032126070
8309ET
6
12
032173420
8309ET
7
10
032092067
8309ET
7
11
032095979
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 Two 
Hills 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.
The Town of Two Hills may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel 
of land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Cash or certified cheque.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Two Hills, Alberta, August 11, 2008.
Sheila Kitz, Chief Administrative Officer.






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