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The Alberta Gazette
Part I
Vol. 104	Edmonton, Wednesday, December 31, 2008	No. 24
PROCLAMATION
[GREAT SEAL] 
CANADA 
PROVINCE OF ALBERTA	Norman Kwong, Lieutenant Governor.
ELIZABETH THE SECOND, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom, 
Canada, and Her Other Realms and Territories, QUEEN, Head of the 
Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith
P R O C L A M A T I O N
To all to Whom these Presents shall come
G R E E T I N G
Ray Bodnarek, Deputy Minister of Justice and 
Deputy Attorney General
WHEREAS section 18 of the Alberta Enterprise Corporation Act provides that that 
Act comes into force on Proclamation; and
WHEREAS it is expedient to proclaim the Alberta Enterprise Corporation Act in 
force:
NOW KNOW YE THAT by and with the advice and consent of Our Executive 
Council of Our Province of Alberta, by virtue of the provisions of the said Act 
hereinbefore referred to and of all other power and authority whatsoever in Us vested 
in that behalf, We have ordered and declared and do hereby proclaim the Alberta 
Enterprise Corporation Act in force on December 5, 2008.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF We have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent 
and the Great Seal of Our Province of Alberta to be hereunto affixed.
WITNESS: THE HONOURABLE NORMAN L. KWONG, Lieutenant Governor 
of Our Province of Alberta, in Our City of Edmonton in Our Province of Alberta, this 
3 day of December in the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand Eight and in the Fifty-
seventh Year of Our Reign.
BY COMMAND	Alison Redford, Provincial Secretary.
PROCLAMATION
[GREAT SEAL] 
CANADA 
PROVINCE OF ALBERTA	Norman Kwong, Lieutenant Governor.
ELIZABETH THE SECOND, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom, 
Canada, and Her Other Realms and Territories, QUEEN, Head of the 
Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith
P R O C L A M A T I O N
To all to Whom these Presents shall come
G R E E T I N G
Ray Bodnarek, Deputy Minister of Justice and 
Deputy Attorney General
WHEREAS section 78 of the Animal Health Act provides that that Act comes into 
force on Proclamation; and
WHEREAS it is expedient to proclaim the Animal Health Act, except sections 
43(1)(a) to (d) and (2), 44, 45, 52(2)(n), 65(2), 68 and 72, in force:
NOW KNOW YE THAT  by and with the advice and consent of Our Executive 
Council of Our Province of Alberta, by virtue of the provisions of the said Act 
hereinbefore referred to and of all other power and authority whatsoever in Us vested 
in that behalf, We have ordered and declared and do hereby proclaim the Animal 
Health Act, except sections 43(1)(a) to (d) and (2), 44, 45, 52(2)(n), 65(2), 68 and 72, 
in force on January 1, 2009.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF We have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent 
and the Great Seal of Our Province of Alberta to be hereunto affixed.
WITNESS: THE HONOURABLE NORMAN L. KWONG, Lieutenant Governor 
of Our Province of Alberta, in Our City of Edmonton in Our Province of Alberta, this 
3 day of December in the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand Eight and in the Fifty-
seventh Year of Our Reign.
BY COMMAND	Alison Redford, Provincial Secretary.


PROCLAMATION
[GREAT SEAL] 
CANADA 
PROVINCE OF ALBERTA	Catherine A. Fraser, Administrator.
ELIZABETH THE SECOND, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom, 
Canada, and Her Other Realms and Territories, QUEEN, Head of the 
Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith
P R O C L A M A T I O N
To all to Whom these Presents shall come
G R E E T I N G
Ray Bodnarek, Deputy Minister of Justice and 
Deputy Attorney General
WHEREAS section 3 of the Land Agents Licensing Amendment Act, 2008 provides 
that that Act comes into force on Proclamation; and
WHEREAS it is expedient to proclaim the Land Agents Licensing Amendment Act, 
2008 in force:
NOW KNOW YE THAT by and with the advice and consent of Our Executive 
Council of Our Province of Alberta, by virtue of the provisions of the said Act 
hereinbefore referred to and of all other power and authority whatsoever in Us vested 
in that behalf, We have ordered and declared and do hereby proclaim the Land Agents 
Licensing Amendment Act, 2008 in force on the date of issue of this Proclamation.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF We have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent 
and the Great Seal of Our Province of Alberta to be hereunto affixed.
WITNESS: THE HONOURABLE CATHERINE A. FRASER, Administrator of 
Our Province of Alberta, in Our City of Edmonton in Our Province of Alberta, this 10 
day of December in the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand Eight and in the Fifty-
seventh Year of Our Reign.
BY COMMAND	Alison Redford, Provincial Secretary.
PROCLAMATION
[GREAT SEAL] 
CANADA 
PROVINCE OF ALBERTA	Norman Kwong, Lieutenant Governor.
ELIZABETH THE SECOND, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom, 
Canada, and Her Other Realms and Territories, QUEEN, Head of the 
Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith
P R O C L A M A T I O N
To all to Whom these Presents shall come
G R E E T I N G
Ray Bodnarek, Deputy Minister of Justice and 
Deputy Attorney General
WHEREAS section 103 of the Livestock Identification and Commerce Act provides 
that that Act comes into force on Proclamation; and
WHEREAS it is expedient to proclaim the Livestock Identification and Commerce 
Act in force:
NOW KNOW YE THAT by and with the advice and consent of Our Executive 
Council of Our Province of Alberta, by virtue of the provisions of the said Act 
hereinbefore referred to and of all other power and authority whatsoever in Us vested 
in that behalf, We have ordered and declared and do hereby proclaim the Livestock 
Identification and Commerce Act in force on January 1, 2009.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF We have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent 
and the Great Seal of Our Province of Alberta to be hereunto affixed.
WITNESS: THE HONOURABLE NORMAN L. KWONG, Lieutenant Governor 
of Our Province of Alberta, in Our City of Edmonton in Our Province of Alberta, this 
3 day of December in the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand Eight and in the Fifty-
seventh Year of Our Reign.
BY COMMAND	Alison Redford, Provincial Secretary.
PROCLAMATION
[GREAT SEAL] 
CANADA 
PROVINCE OF ALBERTA	Norman Kwong, Lieutenant Governor.
ELIZABETH THE SECOND, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom, 
Canada, and Her Other Realms and Territories, QUEEN, Head of the 
Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith
P R O C L A M A T I O N
To all to Whom these Presents shall come
G R E E T I N G
Ray Bodnarek, Deputy Minister of Justice and 
Deputy Attorney General
WHEREAS section 21 of the Stray Animals Amendment Act, 2005 provides that 
that Act comes into force on Proclamation; and
WHEREAS it is expedient to proclaim the Stray Animals Amendment Act, 2005, 
except sections 7(b) and 17(a), in force:
NOW KNOW YE THAT by and with the advice and consent of Our Executive 
Council of Our Province of Alberta, by virtue of the provisions of the said Act 
hereinbefore referred to and of all other power and authority whatsoever in Us vested 
in that behalf, We have ordered and declared and do hereby proclaim the Stray 
Animals Amendment Act, 2005, except sections 7(b) and 17(a), in force on January 1, 
2009.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF We have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent 
and the Great Seal of Our Province of Alberta to be hereunto affixed.
WITNESS: THE HONOURABLE NORMAN L. KWONG, Lieutenant Governor 
of Our Province of Alberta, in Our City of Edmonton in Our Province of Alberta, this 
3 day of December in the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand Eight and in the Fifty-
seventh Year of Our Reign.
BY COMMAND	Alison Redford, Provincial Secretary.
APPOINTMENTS
(Provincial Court Act)
Appointment of Supernumerary Judge
December 10, 2008 
The Honourable Judge Dietrich Brand
The above appointment is for a two-year term to expire on December 9, 2010.
January 18, 2009 
The Honourable Judge Donald George Ingram
The above appointment is for a two-year term to expire on January 17, 2011.
_______________
Reappointment of Part-time Judge
January 4, 2009 
The Honourable Judge Darlene Rosalie Wong


ORDERS IN COUNCIL
O.C. 402/2008
(Municipal Government Act)
Approved and ordered: 
Norman Kwong 
Lieutenant Governor.	August 27, 2008
The Lieutenant Governor in Council orders that
(a)	effective July 1, 2008, the land described in Appendix A and shown on 
the sketch in Appendix B is separated from Mountain View County and 
annexed to the Town of Carstairs,
(b)	any taxes owing to Mountain View County at the end of June 30, 2008 
in respect of the annexed land are transferred to and become payable to 
the Town of Carstairs together with any lawful penalties and costs 
levied in respect of those taxes and the Town of Carstairs upon 
collecting those taxes, penalties and costs must pay them to Mountain 
View County, and
(c)	the assessor for the Town of Carstairs 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 
MOUNTAIN VIEW COUNTY AND ANNEXED TO 
THE TOWN OF CARSTAIRS
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION FOUR 
(4), TOWNSHIP THIRTY (30), RANGE ONE (1), WEST OF THE FIFTH 
MERIDIAN AND INCLUDING RAILWAY RIGHT OF WAY PLAN RY9 AND 
HIGHWAY 2A (ROAD PLAN 1877E2) CONTAINED WITHIN THE QUARTER, 
CONTAINING 64.7 HECTARES (160 ACRES) MORE OR LESS.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION FOUR 
(4), TOWNSHIP THIRTY (30), RANGE ONE (1), WEST OF THE FIFTH 
MERIDIAN AND INCLUDING RAILWAY RIGHT OF WAY PLAN RY9 AND 
HIGHWAY 2A (ROAD PLANS 1877EZ AND 3823JK) CONTAINED WITHIN 
THE QUARTER, CONTAINING 64.7 HECTARES (160 ACRES) MORE OR 
LESS.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION NINE (9), 
TOWNSHIP THIRTY (30), RANGE ONE (1), WEST OF THE FIFTH MERIDIAN 
CONTAINING 64.8 HECTARES (160 ACRES) MORE OR LESS.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION NINE 
(9), TOWNSHIP THIRTY (30), RANGE ONE (1), WEST OF THE FIFTH 
MERIDIAN LYING EAST OF THE WESTERLY LIMIT OF RAILWAY RIGHT 
OF WAY PLAN RY9 AND NOT WITHIN THE TOWN OF CARSTAIRS AND 
INCLUDING HIGHWAY 2A (ROAD PLAN 1877EZ) CONTAINED WITHIN THE 
QUARTER, CONTAINING 26 HECTARES (64.3 ACRES) MORE OR LESS.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION NINE 
(9), TOWNSHIP THIRTY (30), RANGE ONE (1), WEST OF THE FIFTH 
MERIDIAN CONTAINING 62.9 HECTARES(155.5 ACRES) MORE OR LESS.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE GOVERNMENT ROAD ALLOWANCE 
(SECONDARY ROAD 581) LYING ADJACENT TO THE NORTH BOUNDARY 
OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION NINE (9), TOWNSHIP THIRTY 
(30), RANGE ONE (1), WEST OF THE FIFTH MERIDIAN INCLUDING ROAD 
PLAN 417IX CONTAINING 3.2 HECTARES (7.9 ACRES) MORE OR LESS.
ALL THAT PORTION OF LOT 1, PLAN 9312552 CONTAINING 1.43 
HECTARES (3.53 ACRES) MORE OR LESS.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTHERLY 57.91 METERS OF THE 
WESTERLY 17.98 METERS OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 
SIXTEEN (16), TOWNSHIP THIRTY (30), RANGE ONE (1), WEST OF THE 
FIFTH MERIDIAN CONTAINING 0.1 HECTARES (0.3 ACRES) MORE OR 
LESS.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 
SIXTEEN (16), TOWNSHIP THIRTY (30), RANGE ONE (1), WEST OF THE 
FIFTH MERIDIAN CONTAINING 63.4 HECTARES (156.6 ACRES) MORE OR 
LESS.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE GOVERNMENT ROAD ALLOWANCES LYING 
ADJACENT TO THE SOUTH AND WEST BOUNDARIES OF THE 
SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION SIXTEEN (16), TOWNSHIP THIRTY 
(30), RANGE ONE (1), WEST OF THE FIFTH MERIDIAN INCLUDING ROAD 
PLANS 0310579 AND 417IX CONTAINING 7 HECTARES (17.3 ACRES) MORE 
OR LESS.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 
TWENTY-ONE (21), TOWNSHIP THIRTY (30), RANGE ONE (1), WEST OF 
THE FIFTH MERIDIAN AND NOT WITHIN THE TOWN OF CARSTAIRS 
CONTAINING 41.9 HECTARES (103.4 ACRES) MORE OR LESS.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE GOVERNMENT ROAD ALLOWANCE LYING 
ADJACENT TO THE WEST BOUNDARY OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF 
SECTION TWENTY-ONE (21), TOWNSHIP THIRTY (30), RANGE ONE (1), 
WEST OF THE FIFTH MERIDIAN INCLUDING ROAD PLANS 1880EZ, 4108JK, 
AND 0310580 CONTAINING 2.6 HECTARES (6.5 ACRES) MORE OR LESS.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 
TWENTY (20), TOWNSHIP THIRTY (30), RANGE ONE (1), WEST OF THE 
FIFTH MERIDIAN INCLUDING RAILWAY RIGHT OF WAY PLAN RY9 
CONTAINING 64 HECTARES (157.9 ACRES) MORE OR LESS.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION EIGHT 
(8), TOWNSHIP THIRTY (30), RANGE ONE (1), WEST OF THE FIFTH 
MERIDIAN AND NOT WITHIN THE TOWN OF CARSTAIRS CONTAINING 
64.5 HECTARES (159.3 ACRES) MORE OR LESS.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION EIGHT 
(8), TOWNSHIP THIRTY (30), RANGE ONE (1), WEST OF THE FIFTH 
MERIDIAN AND NOT WITHIN THE TOWN OF CARSTAIRS CONTAINING 
40.8 HECTARES (100.9 ACRES) MORE OR LESS.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 
SEVENTEEN (17), TOWNSHIP THIRTY (30), RANGE ONE (1), WEST OF THE 
FIFTH MERIDIAN AND NOT WITHIN THE TOWN OF CARSTAIRS 
CONTAINING 61.3 HECTARES (151.5 ACRES) MORE OR LESS.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE GOVERNMENT ROAD ALLOWANCE LYING 
SOUTH OF THE SOUTH BOUNDARY OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF 
SECTION SEVENTEEN (17), TOWNSHIP THIRTY (30), RANGE ONE (1), WEST 
OF THE FIFTH MERIDIAN CONTAINING 1.6 HECTARES (3.9 ACRES) MORE 
OR LESS. 



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

ANNEXATION AREAS    


APPENDIX C 
ORDER
1	In this Order, 'annexed land' means the land described in Appendix A and shown 
in Appendix B.
2	For taxation purposes in 2009 and subsequent years up to and including 2018, the 
annexed land and assessable improvements to it
(a)	must be assessed by the Town of Carstairs on the same basis as if they had 
remained in Mountain View County, and
(b)	must be taxed by the Town of Carstairs in respect of each assessment class 
that applies to the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it using,
(i)	the municipal tax rate established by Mountain View County, or
(ii)	the municipal tax rate established by the Town of Carstairs,
whichever is lower.
3(1)	Where in any taxation year, up to and including 2018, 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 the behalf of the landowner, 
except for the subdivision of an existing farmstead from a previously un-
subdivided quarter section,
(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 Carstairs Land Use Bylaw to another designation,
(d)	is the subject of a local improvement project described in a local 
improvement bylaw initiated by, or with the support of or on behalf of the 
landowner pursuant to which the Town of Carstairs water and sewer 
services are connected to the land, or
(e)	the portion is connected to the water or sanitary sewer services provided by 
the Town of Carstairs,
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 3(c), section 2 continues to apply in respect of a 
portion of the annexed land that is redesignated under the Town of Carstairs Land Use 
Bylaw to the designation "Agricultural or Urban reserve".
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 the property taxes in the following year in the 
same manner as other property of the same assessment class in the Town of Carstairs 
is assessed and taxed.
5	The Town of Carstairs shall pay to Mountain View County the sum of two 
hundred and fifteen thousand dollars ($215,000.00) in Canadian dollars, as follows:
(a)	fifty thousand dollars ($50,000.00) is to be paid no later than thirty (30) days 
after the date this Order in Council is made by the Lieutenant Governor in 
Council;
(b)	one hundred and sixty-five thousand dollars ($165,000.00) is to be paid no 
later than one (1) year after the date this Order in Council is made by the 
Lieutenant Governor in Council.
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O.C. 531/2008
(Municipal Government Act)
Approved and ordered: 
Norman Kwong 
Lieutenant Governor.	November 19, 2008
    The Lieutenant Governor in Council orders that, effective July 1, 2008, the land 
described in Appendix A and shown on the sketch in Appendix B is separated from 
Wheatland County and annexed to the Village of Hussar.
Ed Stelmach, Chair.
APPENDIX A
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE LANDS SEPARATED FROM  
WHEATLAND COUNTY AND ANNEXED TO 
THE VILLAGE OF HUSSAR
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER, SECTION 14, 
TOWNSHIP 24, RANGE 20, WEST OF THE FOURTH MERIDIAN WHICH LIES 
NORTHWESTERLY OF THE NORTHWESTERLY LIMIT OF BLOCK B AS 
SAID BLOCK IS SHOWN ON PLAN HUSSAR 6780AM, NORTHEASTERLY OF 
THE NORTHEASTERLY LIMIT OF THE STATION GROUNDS OF THE 
BASSANO TO IRRICANA BRANCH OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY, 
AS SAID STATION GROUNDS ARE SHOWN ON PLAN RW5, AND 
SOUTHWESTERLY OF THE SOUTHWESTERLY LIMIT OF THE SURVEYED 
ROADWAY SHOWN ON PLAN 1876BM CONTAINING 1.088 HECTARES (2.69 
ACRES) MORE OR LESS.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE GOVERNMENT ROAD ALLOWANCE (1ST 
AVENUE) LYING ADJACENT TO THE NORTHEASTERLY BOUNDARY OF 
THE AFOREMENTIONED PARCEL CONTAINING 0.74 HECTARES (1.8 
ACRES) MORE OR LESS.
APPENDIX B
A SKETCH SHOWING THE GENERAL LOCATION OF THE AREA 
ANNEXED TO THE VILLAGE OF HUSSAR
 
ANNEXATION AREAS     


O.C. 544/2008
(Municipal Government Act)
Approved and ordered: 
Norman Kwong 
Lieutenant Governor.	November 26, 2008
    The Lieutenant Governor in Council orders that, effective July 1, 2008, the land 
described in Appendix A and shown on the sketch in Appendix B is separated from 
Flagstaff County and annexed to the Village of Lougheed.
Ron Stevens, Acting Chair.
APPENDIX A
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE LANDS SEPARATED FROM 
FLAGSTAFF COUNTY AND ANNEXED TO 
THE VILLAGE OF LOUGHEED
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 33, 
TOWNSHIP 43, RANGE 11, WEST OF THE FOURTH MERIDIAN LYING EAST 
OF THE EAST LIMIT OF ROAD PLAN 4274MC CONTAINING 12.3 HECTARES 
(30.4 ACRES) MORE OR LESS AND THAT PORTION OF THE GOVERNMENT 
ROAD ALLOWANCE LYING ADJACENT TO THE WEST BOUNDARY OF 
THE SAID PARCEL INCLUDING ROAD PLANS 2424BM, 8401ET AND 
4274MC CONTAINING 2.1 HECTARES (5.2 ACRES) MORE OR LESS.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 33, 
TOWNSHIP 43, RANGE 11, WEST OF THE FOURTH MERIDIAN INCLUDING 
ROAD PLANS 8401ET AND 4274MC CONTAINING 63.9 HECTARES (158 
ACRES) MORE OR LESS.


APPENDIX B
A SKETCH SHOWING THE GENERAL LOCATION OF THE AREA 
ANNEXED TO THE VILLAGE OF LOUGHEED
 
ANNEXATION AREAS     


O.C. 545/2008
(Municipal Government Act)
Approved and ordered: 
Norman Kwong 
Lieutenant Governor.	November 26, 2008
    The Lieutenant Governor in Council orders that, effective September 30, 2008, 
the land described in Appendix A and shown on the sketch in Appendix B is 
separated from Yellowhead County and annexed to Brazeau County.
Ron Stevens, Acting Chair.
APPENDIX A
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE LANDS SEPARATED FROM 
YELLOWHEAD COUNTY AND ANNEXED TO 
BRAZEAU COUNTY
ALL THOSE PORTIONS OF LSD 8, 9, 10 AND 16 WITHIN THE NORTHEAST 
AND SOUTHEAST QUARTERS OF SECTION 13, TOWNSHIP 46, RANGE 12, 
WEST OF THE FIFTH MERIDIAN LYING EAST OF THE RIGHT BANK OF 
THE BRAZEAU RESERVOIR CONTAINING 16.55 HECTARES (40.90 ACRES) 
MORE OR LESS.
ALL THOSE PORTIONS OF LSD 8, 9 AND 16 WITHIN THE NORTHEAST AND 
SOUTHEAST QUARTERS OF SECTION 12, TOWNSHIP 46, RANGE 12, WEST 
OF THE FIFTH MERIDIAN LYING EAST OF THE RIGHT BANK OF THE 
BRAZEAU RESERVOIR CONTAINING 11 HECTARES (27.1 ACRES) MORE 
OR LESS.
ALL THOSE PORTIONS OF LSD 1 AND 8 WITHIN THE SOUTHEAST 
QUARTER OF SECTION 1, TOWNSHIP 46, RANGE 12, WEST OF THE FIFTH 
MERIDIAN LYING EAST OF THE RIGHT BANK OF THE BRAZEAU 
RESERVOIR CONTAINING 8.2 HECTARES (20.2 ACRES) MORE OR LESS.


APPENDIX B
A SKETCH SHOWING THE GENERAL LOCATION OF THE AREA 
ANNEXED TO BRAZEAU COUNTY
 
ANNEXATION AREAS     


GOVERNMENT NOTICES
Aboriginal Relations
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
for the second quarter ending September 30, 2008
Date: June 4, 2008  
Purpose: One year anniversary celebration of the Partnership Agreement between 
IBM Canada, Government of Alberta and First Nations and M‚tis Partners. 
Amount: $3,295.48 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Culture and Community Spirit
Notice of Intent to Designate a Provincial Historic Resource
(Historical Resources Act)
File: Des. 151
Notice is hereby given that sixty days from the date of service of this Notice and its 
publication in Alberta Gazette, the Minister of Culture and Community Spirit intends 
to make an Order that the site known as: 
Calgary Fire Hall No. 1, together with the land legally described as:
Plan C, Block 31, Lots 21 to 26 inclusive, Excepting thereout..., Portion for road on 
Plan 8610026, Excepting thereout all mines and minerals
and municipally located at 140 - 6 Avenue, SE in Calgary, Alberta be designated as a 
Provincial Historic Resource under section 20 of the Historical Resources Act, 
R.S.A. 2000 cH-9.
The reasons for the designation are as follows:  The heritage value of Calgary Fire 
Hall No. 1 lies chiefly in its historical and architectural significance for its association 
with the history of firefighting in Alberta, its connection to James "Cappy" Smart, 
and its excellent representation of an early twentieth-century, urban fire station. 
Built in 1911 to replace Calgary's first Fire Headquarters, which had been erected in 
1887, Calgary Fire Hall No. 1 represented advances in fire-fighting characteristic of 
the pre-war boom in Alberta. Emerging urban areas throughout the west had marked 
their transition from early settlement communities to more densely populated towns 
and cities by shifting from buildings constructed predominantly of wood to much 
more fire retardant structures erected of brick and stone. In the cities, fire departments 
were making the change from primarily volunteer bucket brigades to professionally 
trained, paid, and mechanized forces. Important figures such as James "Cappy" 
Smart, Calgary's first full-time fire chief, spanned the whole era of this historical 
development. As such, Smart personally participated in the planning of Fire Hall No. 
1, and led Calgary's fire fighters from their headquarters there until his retirement in 
1933. The station was in continuous use as a fire hall until 1973. 
Architecturally, Calgary's Fire Hall No. 1 embodies several elements desirable in 
state-of-the-art urban fire halls of the period, and stands as one of the premier 
examples of this building type in Alberta. Designed by architects Lang and Major, the 
building was designed with a growing city in mind in terms of size and required 
facilities. Significantly, the building is oriented diagonally towards the street corner, 
enabling efficient access and ease of departure.  Fire Hall No. 1 includes five wide 
bay doors, and the necessary hose tower required to hang and dry the canvas hoses in 
use throughout the early to mid-twentieth century. The large central garage area, built 
with the ability to accommodate the horse-drawn fire carriages, was easily adapted to 
house Calgary's first fire trucks. Additional spaces such as offices, bedrooms, and 
lounges provided room to accommodate fire fighters in a state of readiness for their 
tasks. With its highly identifiable facade, the building has become a well known city 
landmark. 
It is therefore considered that the preservation and protection of the resource is in the 
public interest.
Dated this 8th day of December, A.D. 2008.
David Link, (Acting) Assistant Deputy Minister 
Heritage Division
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File:  Des. 1542
Notice is hereby given that sixty days from the date of service of this Notice and its 
publication in Alberta Gazette, the Minister of Culture and Community Spirit intends 
to make an Order that the site known as the: 
Bashaw Fire Hall, together with the land legally described as:
Plan 2627AC, Block 14, Lot 1, Excepting thereout all mines and minerals
and municipally located at 5018 - 50 Street in Bashaw, Alberta be designated as a 
Provincial Historic Resource under section 20 of the Historical Resources Act, 
R.S.A. 2000 cH-9.
The reasons for the designation are as follows:  The heritage value of the Bashaw Fire 
Hall lies in its historical association with the provision of firefighting services and the 
consolidation of other necessary municipal services in a multi-use civic building. The 
structure is also characteristic of small town fire hall construction in Alberta. 
The Town of Bashaw developed relatively late in Alberta's early twentieth century 
settlement boom. Although settlers began arriving in the region during the 1890s, the 
townsite itself did not develop until the arrival of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway in 
1910. Bashaw was incorporated as a village in 1911. With most buildings in new 
communities constructed from wood, fire protection was of paramount importance for 
most new communities. Communities that demonstrated an ability to offer fire 
protection received discounted rates on insurance. The Bashaw Fire Hall was the first 
public building authorized by the village council. Built between 1914 and 1915, it 
was to serve the village's volunteer fire brigade, but has also served numerous other 
purposes. It was used for many civic gatherings, such as public forums, meetings of 
the village council, elections and tax-revision court sessions, well into the 1930s. 
During the 1950s, a small library, maintained by the Women's Institute, was also 
housed at the rear of the fire hall. The building also saw significant use as a police 
station. Starting in the 1920s, the Alberta Provincial Police and/or the municipal 
police had their detachment here. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police also used the 
building from 1948 to 1968. The town's fire department remained in the building 
until 1972. The Bashaw Fire Hall is an excellent example of the type of multi-use 
civic buildings constructed by small communities throughout Alberta in the early 
twentieth century.
The Bashaw Fire Hall is a fine example of a vernacular structure that was adapted to 
meet the changing needs of a small community. In its modest size and simple wood-
frame construction, the building is typical of the kind of civic structures erected by 
rural Alberta communities in the early twentieth century. Decorative elements like the 
false front, red and white paint scheme, brackets and cornice, and diamond-shaped 
window in the tower define the building's distinctive character and may reflect the 
fire hall's civic importance as Bashaw's first public building. The numerous 
alterations to the building speak to the fire hall's easy adaptability to changing 
circumstances and needs. Its original identity as a fire hall is clearly evident in the 
hose-drying tower and 37,000 gallon poured-in-place concrete water tank. The jail 
cells on the main floor speak to its function as a police station and its versatile interior 
configuration embodies its general civic use.
It is therefore considered that the preservation and protection of the resource is in the 
public interest.
Dated this 8th day of December, A.D. 2008.
David Link, (Acting) Assistant Deputy Minister 
Heritage Division
_______________
File:  Des. 1621
Notice is hereby given that sixty days from the date of service of this Notice and its 
publication in Alberta Gazette, the Minister of Culture and Community Spirit intends 
to make an Order that the site known as: 
Battle River Hospital, together with the land legally described as:
Plan 6696NY, Block 11, Lot 11A, Excepting thereout all mines and minerals
and municipally located in the Town of Manning, Alberta be designated as a 
Provincial Historic Resource under section 20 of the Historical Resources Act, 
R.S.A. 2000 cH-9.
The reasons for the designation are as follows:  The heritage value of the Battle River 
Hospital building lies in its historical association with the Women's Missionary 
Society and its role in the provision of medical services to the booming population in 
rural, northern Alberta in the mid-twentieth century. The hospital building also has 
architectural significance, being representative of the "cottage" hospitals that were an 
essential part of rural medical service.
Following the First World War, Alberta's Peace Country became an attractive area 
for settlement. This trend was enhanced during the 1930s as people migrated to 
northern Alberta to escape drought conditions in the south. Seeing the need for a 
hospital in the Battle River area, the Women's Missionary Society (WMS), a lay 
organization affiliated with the United Church of Canada, raised funds and secured an 
agreement with the provincial government to share healthcare costs in that region. 
The WMS, formed in 1926, was committed to establishing hospitals in Western 
Canada, on native reservations and in northern communities. The WMS would 
operate these hospitals until the communities served grew large enough to support the 
facilities themselves. In 1936, construction began on a hospital midway between the 
communities of North Star and Notikewin. In August 1937, the eight-bed Battle River 
Hospital opened. It had a few small wards, an operating room, a nursery and living 
accommodations for three nurses. The hospital had running water and electricity, 
which was provided by a gasoline-powered engine. The hospital grew over the 
ensuing years. An x-ray machine was added in 1944 and a separate nurses' residence 
was built in 1945 allowing the hospital's second floor to be converted into a nine-bed 
maternity ward. The area's population continued to grow and the Battle River 
Hospital soon became too small to effectively meet the region's medical needs. It was 
replaced by a larger building in 1955, although it continued to be used as an auxiliary 
hospital until 1959.
Designed by architect Gordon Wynn, the Battle River Hospital represents a particular 
type of small rural hospital built in Alberta during the inter-war period. It is a one-
and-a-half storey, balloon frame building. Its key architectural details include a 
jerkinhead roof with shed-roofed dormer windows on each slope and imitation half-
timbering in the gables inspired by the Tudor style. The exterior walls are buff-
coloured stucco with red-brown window frames, door frames, stairs and other trim, 
replicating the buildings original colours. The first storey has a unique fenestration 
pattern. The operating room, located on the northwest corner, has five windows 
giving plenty of light with minimal glare. There is a replica of the late 1940s sign 
over the front door with the words "BATTLE RIVER HOSPITAL W.M.S. United 
Church of Canada." The building's interior features an overly wide hall and doorways 
on the first floor, reflecting its role as a hospital. The hall and doorways on the second 
floor are of regular dimensions, reflecting its original domestic purpose. Interior walls 
are painted light green with white trim. Built to serve a sparsely populated but 
growing rural region with limited financial means, the hospital is quite simple in 
design. However, while the building's architecture is not outstanding or unique, it 
does represent trends in non-governmental hospital construction in its period of 
significance. Even though the Battle River Hospital was built for the sole purpose of 
providing medical care and was not a converted residence, the residential look of the 
building places it in the cottage hospital model. In this regard, the building is similar 
to an extant facility at Beaverlodge, and three demolished buildings at Bentley, 
Fairview and Morley. 
It is therefore considered that the preservation and protection of the resource is in the 
public interest.
Dated this 10th day of December, A.D. 2008.
David Link, (Acting) Assistant Deputy Minister 
Heritage Division
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File:  Des. 2156
Notice is hereby given that sixty days from the date of service of this Notice and its 
publication in Alberta Gazette, the Minister of Culture and Community Spirit intends 
to make an Order that the site known as the: 
Bad Heart Straw Church, together with the land legally described as:
Meridian 6 Range 2 Township 75, Section 7, Quarter North East, All that portion 
described as follows:- commencing at a point on the west limit of the road as shown 
on road plan 7241ks distant (165) feet northerly from the intersection of the said west 
limit with the south boundary of the said quarter section thence northerly along the 
said west limit (417.42) feet thence westerly and at right angles to the said west limit 
(417.42) feet thence southerly and at right angles to the last described course (417.42) 
feet thence easterly at right angles to the said west limit to the point of 
commencement containing 1.62 hectares (4 acres) more or less, Excepting thereout all 
mines and minerals, And the right to work the same
and municipally located in the County of Grande Prairie, Alberta be designated as a 
Provincial Historic Resource under section 20 of the Historical Resources Act, 
R.S.A. 2000 cH-9.
The reasons for the designation are as follows:  The heritage value of Bad Heart 
Straw Church lies in its status as a pioneering Alberta example of the use of straw as a 
construction material.  
From its formation in the 1920s until the mid-1950s, the community of Bad Heart was 
without a local church.  Surrounded by marginal farmland and cut off from the more 
heavily settled areas of the Grande Prairie, Bad Heart remained during these decades 
a small settlement with few amenities.  Local residents who wished to attend a church 
service were compelled to travel to the Teepee Creek district.  Father Francis Dales, a 
Redemptorist priest stationed over 50 kilometres away at Sexsmith, was determined 
to change that for Bad Heart's Roman Catholic community.  A vigorous and highly 
creative man, Fr. Dales was an experienced architect and beloved pastor.  He 
recognized that the people of Bad Heart possessed only modest resources and seized 
upon straw bale construction as a practical, economical way to construct a church.   
First a cement slab was lain down.  Salvaged pipes with points welded on the tops 
were inserted into the slab at three foot intervals.  The bales of straw were then 
pressed down onto the pipes and crowned with metal plates.  To simplify the church's 
design and ensure the stability of the walls and the truss roof, no window openings 
were included on the sides of the building.  Fr. Dales found ways to economize on all 
aspects of the church's construction.  All labour was entirely voluntary.  Much of the 
fabric of the church was or salvaged or donated:  smashed 7-Up bottles were added to 
the exterior stucco to provide texture and colour and many of the fixtures and 
furnishings came from area churches.  The Bad Heart Straw Church was completed in 
1954 and stands as a remarkable example of ingenuity and civic spirit.  It is also a 
pioneering example of straw bale construction in the province and possibly the only 
church so constructed in all of Canada.  
It is therefore considered that the preservation and protection of the resource is in the 
public interest.
Dated this 10th day of December, A.D. 2008.
David Link, (Acting) Assistant Deputy Minister 
Heritage Division
International and Intergovernmental Relations
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
for the second quarter ending September 30, 2008 
Date: March 6, 2008
Purpose: Networking event to introduce the Japanese delegation to the World Heavy 
Oil Conference (WHOC) in Edmonton.
Amount: $653.23 
Location: Tokyo, Japan 
Date: April 17, 2008
Purpose: Briefing session for Alberta delegates of the Alberta Information and 
Communication Technology (ICT) Trade Mission to Japan to discuss the Mission 
program. 
Amount: $701.81
Location: Tokyo, Japan 
Date: May 29, 2008
Purpose: Meeting with Alberta companies and Mexico's National Oil Company, 
PEMEX, during the EXPETRO oil and gas show.
Amount: $660.65
Location: Monterrey, Mexico


Date: June 3, 2008
Purpose: Reception to welcome the VIP mission from Edmonton to Mexico City on 
the occasion of the inaugural flight between the two cities to build and strengthen 
business, political, tourism, and educational ties between Alberta and Mexico.
Amount: $1,016.53
Location: Mexico City, Mexico
Date: June 10, 2008
Purpose: Reception for international attendees to the Global Petroleum Show (GPS) 
hosted by Minister Mel Knight. The total cost of the event was $5,945.60 and was 
shared by IIR and Protocol. 
Amount: $2,500.00 (IIR's portion)
Location: Calgary, Alberta
Date: June 16 & 17, 2008
Purpose: Networking event for Alberta companies to present their products, services, 
and technologies to representatives of Mexico's National Oil Company, PEMEX.
Amount: $1,086.80
Location: Calgary, Alberta
Date: June 16, 2008
Purpose: Meeting to provide an opportunity for Minister Stevens to discuss the 
importance of Japan to Alberta with Alberta's key Japanese investors, clients, 
stakeholders and partners. 
Amount: $2,009.32
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Date: June 18, 2008
Purpose: Luncheon for Alberta's Korean clients in recognition of Alberta's 20 year 
presence in Seoul.  
Amount: $3,389.67
Location: Seoul, South Korea
Date: June 20, 2008
Purpose: Networking reception for Alberta company representatives and Chinese 
businesses with Minister Stevens while on mission to Beijing.
Amount: $2,867.32
Location: Beijing, China
Date: June 30, 2008
Purpose: Reception at Canada House for guests of the Alberta UK Office to celebrate 
Canada Day London 2008. 
Amount: $8,063.72
Location: London, United Kingdom
Date: July 7, 2008
Purpose: Networking event for Alberta UK Office and Canada UK Chamber 
members to review current commercial and economic initiatives.
Amount: $3,694.77
Location: London, United Kingdom
Date: July 9, 2008
Purpose: Dinner with delegates from Oil India Ltd., Oil & Natural Gas Corporation 
and PetroChina Ltd. to enhance trade relationships and exchange market information.
Amount: $1,099.63
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Date: July 12, 2008
Purpose: Alberta Mexico Office Stampede Breakfast to showcase Alberta to key 
Mexican government and business contacts.
Amount: $1,410.03
Location: Mexico City, Mexico
Date: August 11, 2008
Purpose: Dinner at the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Mexico to promote 
Alberta business.
Amount: $1,748.71
Location: Mexico City, Mexico
Date: August 20, 2008
Purpose: Meetings with participants of the 2008 US Think Tank oil sands tour.
Amount: $664.08
Location: Edmonton/Fort McMurray, Alberta
Safety Codes Council
(Safety Codes Act)
Agency Accreditation - Amendment
Pursuant to Section 30 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
SCM Risk Management Services Inc., Accreditation No. A000299, Order No. 1509
Due to the name change from CGI Insurance Business Services and having satisfied 
the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to provide services 
under the Safety Codes Act for Fire
Consisting of all parts of the Alberta Fire Code including investigations, including 
applicable Alberta amendments and regulations.
Accredited Date: March 17, 2004	Issued Date: November 25, 2008.
Alberta Securities Commission
ALBERTA SECURITIES COMMISSION RULE 81-503 
RESCISSION OF PURCHASE OF MUTUAL FUND SECURITIES
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on December 10, 2008 pursuant 
to sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
1.	Rescission of purchase of mutual fund security - 
(1)	Every purchaser of a security of a mutual fund may, if the amount of the 
purchase does not exceed the sum of $50,000, rescind the purchase.
(2)	A purchaser may rescind a purchase under subsection (1) by sending written 
notice of the rescission to the registered dealer from whom the purchase was 
made within
(a) 48 hours from the time the purchaser received the confirmation for a 
lump sum purchase, or
(b) 60 days from the day the purchaser received the confirmation for the 
initial payment under a contractual plan.
(3)	Subject to subsection (5), the amount the purchaser is entitled to recover on 
exercise of the right to rescind under this rule shall not exceed the net asset 
value of the securities purchased at the time the right to rescind is exercised. 
(4)	The right to rescind a purchase made under a contractual plan may be 
exercised only with respect to payments scheduled to be made within the 
time specified in subsection (2) for rescinding a purchase made under a 
contractual plan.
(5)	Every registered dealer from whom the purchase was made shall reimburse 
the purchaser who has exercised the purchaser's right of rescission in 
accordance with this rule for the amount of sales charges and fees relevant 
to the investment of the purchaser in the mutual fund in respect of the shares 
or units of which the notice of rescission was given. 
2.	Effective Date - This rule comes into force on December 31, 2008.
Service Alberta
Approval of Purchaser's Protection Programs
(Condominium Property Act)
Aviva Insurance Company of Canada
The Condominium Property Regulation requires a notice summarizing the terms and 
conditions of the program and a notice of the approval of the program by the Minister 
before the program is applied in respect of any property.
The programs protect against loss by a purchaser because a developer fails to 
complete construction of the units or common property. Where a developer is covered 
by a purchaser's protection program, the developer must provide a certificate to the 
purchaser containing information specified in the Regulation about the program and 
its effective dates and coverage.
The Purchaser's Protection Program requires sufficient money to be held in trust, or 
alternatively provide an indemnity sufficient to complete that owner's unit and 
portion of the common property which is related to the enjoyment of the unit - for 
example, ensuring access to the unit.
The Minister of Service Alberta, Heather Klimchuk, approved the Purchaser's 
Protection Program for Aviva Insurance Company of Canada on December 1, 2008.
_______________
The Alberta New Home Warranty Program
The Condominium Property Regulation requires a notice summarizing the terms and 
conditions of the program and a notice of the approval of the program by the Minister 
before the program is applied in respect of any property.
The programs protect against loss by a purchaser because a developer fails to 
complete construction of the units or common property. Where a developer is covered 
by a purchaser's protection program, the developer must provide a certificate to the 
purchaser containing information specified in the Regulation about the program and 
its effective dates and coverage.
The Purchaser's Protection Program requires sufficient money to be held in trust, or 
alternatively provide an indemnity sufficient to indemnify a purchaser of a unit 
against the loss of the purchaser's money, where that loss is incurred as a result of the 
developer's failure to complete construction of the unit or related common property or 
both.
The Minister of Service Alberta, Heather Klimchuk, approved the Purchaser's 
Protection Program for The Alberta New Home Warranty Program on December 1, 
2008.
Vital Statistics
Notice of Change of Personal Name
(Change of Name Act)
All Notice of Change of Personal Names for 2008 can be viewed in print versions of the
Alberta Gazette or on QP Source Professional.



All Notice of Change of Personal Names for 2008 can be viewed in print versions of the
Alberta Gazette or on QP Source Professional.



All Notice of Change of Personal Names for 2008 can be viewed in print versions of the
Alberta Gazette or on QP Source Professional.



All Notice of Change of Personal Names for 2008 can be viewed in print versions of the
Alberta Gazette or on QP Source Professional.



All Notice of Change of Personal Names for 2008 can be viewed in print versions of the
Alberta Gazette or on QP Source Professional.

Solicitor General and Public Security
Designation of Qualified Technician Appointment 
(Intoxilyzer 5000C)
Edmonton Police Service 
Moore, Gary Graham
Medicine Hat City Police 
McMillan, Tracy
Royal Canadian Mounted Police "K" Division 
Blue, Allison Nicole 
Bowers, Michael Ronald 
Brown, Dallas Cameron 
De Paola, Francesco 
Dennis, Val Desmond 
Hoetmer, Kane Ryan 



Krentz, Dale Mark 
MacMillan, Anthony Robert 
Marten, Keith Jake 
Mathura, Vishal Sharan 
Nobert, Conway Clair 
Noss, Bradley Michael 
Palfy, Cameron Joseph 
Peters, Jarrad Nelson 
Peterson, Mara Gail 
Robinson, Jason Ernest 
Rushton, Aaron James 
Salamon, Chris Brandon 
Spaans, John Matthew 
Spence, Darrin Frank Nicholas 
Torraville, Roger Lee Gordon 
Ziolkowski, Christopher Alex
(Date of Designation December 8, 2008)
Sustainable Resource Development
Alberta Fishery Regulations, 1998
Notice of Variation Order 32-2008
Commercial Fishing Seasons
The close times and quotas set out in Schedule 8 to the Alberta Fishery Regulations in 
respect of the waters listed in the Schedule to this Notice have been varied by 
Variation Order 32-2008 by the Director of Fisheries Management in accordance with 
section 3 of the Alberta Fishery Regulations.
Where fishing with gill nets is permitted during an open season established by the 
Order, the gill net mesh size has been specified in the Order.
Pursuant to Variation Order 32-2008 commercial fishing is permitted in accordance 
with the following schedule.
SCHEDULE 
PART 1
Item - 1 
Column 1 Waters - In respect of: (85) Primrose Lake (67-1-W4) 
Column 2 Gear - Gill net not less than 140 mm mesh 
Column 3 Open Time - 08:00 hours December 27, 2008 to 16:00 hours January 4, 
2009. 
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 18,800 kg; 2) Walleye: 7,050 kg; 
3) Yellow perch: 1 kg; 4) Northern pike: 4,800 kg; 5) Tullibee: 1 kg; 6) Lake trout: 1 
kg.
Item - 1 
Column 1 Waters - In respect of: (86) Rattlesnake Reservoir (12-8-W4) 
Column 2 Gear - Gill net not less than 140 mm mesh 
Column 3 Open Time - 08:00 hours December 15, 2008 to 16:00 hours December 
19, 2008. 
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 9,050 kg; 2) Walleye: 225 kg; 3) 
Yellow perch: 1 kg; 4) Northern pike: 450 kg; 5) Tullibee: 1 kg; 6) Lake trout: 1 kg.
Item - 1 
Column 1 Waters - In respect of: (105) Spencer Lake (67-1-W4) 
Column 2 Gear - Gill net not less than 140 mm mesh 
Column 3 Open Time - 08:00 hours December 11, 2008 to 16:00 hours December 
22, 2008. 
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 15,000 kg; 2) Walleye: 250 kg; 3) 
Yellow perch: 450 kg; 4) Northern pike: 600 kg; 5) Tullibee: 1 kg; 6) Lake trout: 1 
kg.
______________
Notice of Variation Order 33-2008
Commercial Fishing Seasons
The close times and quotas set out in Schedule 8 to the Alberta Fishery Regulations in 
respect of the waters listed in the Schedule to this Notice have been varied by 
Variation Order 33-2008 by the Director of Fisheries Management in accordance with 
section 3 of the Alberta Fishery Regulations.
Where fishing with gill nets is permitted during an open season established by the 
Order, the gill net mesh size has been specified in the Order.
Pursuant to Variation Order 33-2008 commercial fishing is permitted in accordance 
with the following schedule.
SCHEDULE 
PART 1
Item - 1 
Column 1 Waters - In respect of: (9.1) Buck Lake (46-5-W5) - excluding the 
following portions: - that portion south of a line drawn from the northernmost point of 
land in NW11-46-6-W5 to the northernmost point of land in NW12-46-6-W5; - that 
portion south of a line drawn from the northernmost point of land in NW12-46-6-W5 
to the nearest point of land in SE13-46-6-W5; - that portion east of a line drawn from 
the westernmost point of land in SW25-46-6-W5 to the point where the northern 
shoreline is intersected by the western boundary of 36-46-6-W5 
Column 2 Gear - Gill net not less than 152 mm mesh 
Column 3 Open Time - 08:00 hours January 4, 2009 to 16:00 hours January 5, 2009. 
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 20,000 kg; 2) Walleye: 250 kg; 3) 
Yellow perch: 250 kg; 4) Northern pike: 250 kg; 5) Tullibee: 1 kg; 6) Lake trout: 1 
kg.
Item - 1 
Column 1 Waters - In respect of: (43) Iosegun Lake (63-19-W5) 
Column 2 Gear - Gill net not less than 140 mm mesh 
Column 3 Open Time - 08:00 hours February 17, 2009 to 16:00 hours February 18,  
2009 
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 4,500 kg; 2) Walleye: 100 kg; 3) 
Yellow perch: 200 kg; 4) Northern pike: 400 kg; 5) Tullibee: 3,000 kg; 6) Lake trout: 
1 kg.
Item - 1 
Column 1 Waters - In respect of: (54.1) Lac Ste. Anne (55-3-W5) - excluding that 
portion southeast of a line drawn from the water tower in Gunn Townsite to the point 
of land in 10-20-54-3-W5 
Column 2 Gear - Gill net not less than 140 mm mesh 
Column 3 Open Time - 08:00 hours March 9, 2009 to 16:00 hours March 13, 2009 
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 45,000 kg; 2) Walleye: 450 kg; 3) 
Yellow perch: 900 kg; 4) Northern pike: 550 kg; 5) Tullibee: 1 kg; 6) Lake trout: 1 
kg.
Tourism, Parks and Recreation
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
for the period July 1 to September 30, 2008
Function: 2008 Spring Training - Meetings and Training Sessions for Visitor 
Information Centre Contractors and Travel Counsellors - All Travel Alberta Staff 
Welcome Dinner 
Date: April 30, 2008 
Amount: $2,354.60 
Purpose: To provide dinner and refreshments for 65 attendees from various Alberta 
locations.  The purpose of the meetings and training sessions is to prepare the visitor 
information centre contractors and travel counselors for the upcoming tourist season, 
to ensure a high level of customer service is provided to Alberta visitors. 
Location: Coast Plaza Hotel, Commerce Place, Edmonton, AB 
Business Unit Number: 309A
Function: 2008 Spring Training - Meetings and Training Sessions for Visitor 
Information Centre Contractors and Travel Counsellors 
Date: May 1, 2008 
Amount: $6,343.50 
Purpose: To provide breakfast, lunch and refreshments for 120 attendees from 
various Alberta locations.  The purpose of the meetings and training sessions is to 
prepare the visitor information centre contractors and travel counselors for the 
upcoming tourist season, to ensure a high level of customer service is provided to 
Alberta visitors. 
Location: Coast Plaza Hotel, Commerce Place, Edmonton, AB 
Business Unit Number: 309A
Function: 2008 Spring Training - Meetings and Training Sessions for Visitor 
Information Centre Contractors and Travel Counsellors 
Date: May 5, 2008 
Amount: $2,840.70 
Purpose: To provide breakfast, lunch and refreshments for 58 attendees from various 
Alberta locations.  The purpose of the meetings and training sessions is to prepare the 
visitor information centre contractors and travel counselors for the upcoming tourist 
season, to ensure a high level of customer service is provided to Alberta visitors. 
Location: Coast Plaza Hotel, Commerce Place, Edmonton, AB 
Business Unit Number: 309A
Function: Chinese Delegation Visit to Alberta - Twinning of Dalai Lake National 
Nature Reserve in Inner Mongolia, China with Alberta's Hay-Zarna Lakes Wildland 
Provincial Park 
Date: May 26 - 28, 2008 
Amount: $1,047.66 
Purpose: To provide hospitality (dinner, breakfast and lunch) for a 6-person Chinese 
delegation, an English-Mandarin translator, a liaison person from the Hay-Zama 
Committee and departmental staff (in total 36 guests) involved in the Edmonton and 
High Level stops on the Chinese delegation visit to Alberta. 
Location: Edmonton, High Level and government aircraft AB 
Business Unit Number: 309A
Function: Alberta's Future Leaders Mid Term Review 
Date: June 9 - 11, 2008 
Amount: $927.15 
Purpose: To provide refreshment and snacks for the participants of the review.  The 
purpose of the meeting involved a mid tern review of the planning session, team 
building, guest speakers and involved 19 Alberta Future Leaders youth workers from 
various Alberta Aboriginal communities and 3 department facilitators. 
Location: Matrix Hotel, Edmonton, AB 
Business Unit Number: 029A
Function: Strategic Tourism Marketing Council Meeting 
Date: June 24, 2008 
Amount: $1,500.00 
Purpose: To provide continental breakfast, lunch, refreshments during the day and 
snack breaks for the attendees of the meeting.  The purpose of the meeting was to 
discuss strategic directions for Alberta tourism marketing worldwide and formulate 
recommendations for the Minister's consideration. 
Location: Home Place Ranch, Priddis, AB 
Business Unit Number: 309A
Function: Arctic Winter Games International Committee Meeting 
Date: July 17/July 19, 2008 
Amount: $788.36 
Purpose: To provide lunch and dinner for the Arctic Winter Games International 
Committee members. 
Location: Moxie's Classic Grill (lunch) and Il Portico (dinner), Edmonton, AB 
Business Unit Number: 309A
Function: Parks Day Celebration - Miquelon Lake Provincial Park - Grand Opening 
of new Park Centre - Park's 50th Anniversary Celebration 
Date: July 19, 2008 
Amount: $1,067.70 
Purpose: To celebrate Park's Day with a hot dog barbeque, snacks and refreshments 
for approximately 200 people.  Grand opening of new Park Centre and celebration of 
park's 50th Anniversary. 
Location: Miquelon Lake Provincial Park, Camrose, AB 
Business Unit Number: 309A
Function: Parks Day Celebration - Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park - Alberta 
Visitor Centre Grand Opening 
Date: July 19, 2008 
Amount: $5,165.03 
Purpose: To provide lunch and refreshments for approximately 600 people to 
celebrate the grand opening of the new Visitor Centre. 
Location: Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park, Elkwater, AB 
Business Unit Number: 309A
Function: Alberta's Future Leaders Community and Sponsorship Recognition Day 
Date: August 27, 2008 
Amount: $2,293.35 
Purpose: To celebrate the success of Alberta Future Leaders summer program and to 
recognize all participating communities, youth workers, and corporate sponsors. 
Location: Devon Golf and Country Club, Devon, AB 
Business Unit Number: 029A
Workers' Compensation Board
2009 Premium Rates 
Sector Index
				   2009 
 Rate			    Industry	Premium 
Group	Industry	      Title	   Rate	          Notes
Sector 1 - Agriculture and Forestry
011500					$3.21 
	60201	+	Livestock Auctions/Stockyards	
017100					$3.31 
	01100	*	Farms and Ranches - Livestock	$3.31 
	01300	*	Farms - Grain and Vegetable	$3.31 
	01700	*	Farms - Mixed	$3.31 
	01900	*	Apiaries	$3.26	(ICP Participant) 
	01901	+	Greenhouses/Market Gardens	$3.31 
	01903		Mushroom Producers/Bait Farms	$3.26	(ICP Participant) 
	02102		Hatcheries - Commercial	$3.31 
	02109	*	Feed Lots	$3.26	(ICP Participant) 
	02110	*	Harvesting/Baling - Custom	$3.31 
	04100		Fishing/Fish or Fur Farms	$3.26	(ICP Participant) 
	85902	*	Riding Academies/Horse Stables	$3.31
041100					$3.04 
	03100		Logging - Woodlands Operations 
	03902		Timber Management
Sector 2 - Mining and Petroleum Development
063201					$2.15 
	06100		Mining - Underground 
	06110		Mining - Open Pit 
	06111		Overburden Removal		 
	08701		Refine - Sand/Coal	 
	34101		Cement Mfg Including Quarrying 
	34300		Lime Mfg Including Quarrying
071100					$0.41 
	06300		Oil & Gas - Upstream	$0.44	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	06305		Field Production Operators	$0.44	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	06501		Sulphur Process 	$0.46	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	06601		Heavy Oil/Oilsands - R & D	$0.41 
	51500		Pipeline Cleaning	$0.41 
	51501		Pipeline Transmission - Oil/Gas	$0.43	(incl. safety assn levy,  
						WH&S levy exempt) 
	73702	*	Land/Permit Man Services	$0.41
071200					$0.50 
	06600		Oilsands Operations 
	07700		Mine/Refine - Salt
091100					$2.95 
	09600		Drilling - Oil/Gas Wells	$2.97	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	09915		Well Casing Services	$2.99	(incl. safety assn levy)
091101					$2.46	(incl. safety assn levy)
	09903		Well Servicing with Service Rigs	
091200					$2.61	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	09200		Seismic Survey
091908					$1.32	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	09911		Oilfield Downhole Services 
	09921		Oilfield Svces - Christmas Tree
092101					$3.22 
	09201		Drilling - Shot Hole	$3.32	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	09904		Drilling - Rathole/Rig Anchor	$3.26	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42103		Boring - Horizontal/Angular	$3.27	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42130		Waterwell/Deep Core Drilling	$3.22 
	42150		Procuring Soil Samples	$3.22
Sector 3 - Manufacturing, Processing and Packaging
101100					$4.78 
	01103		Poultry Loading Services	$4.78	 
	10100		Meat Processing	$4.70	(ICP Participant) 
	10104		Rendering Plants	$4.78	
104100					$2.33 
	10500		Dairy Products Processing	$2.33 
	11202		Fruit Juice Processing	$2.30	(ICP Participant) 
	13300		Beet Sugar Processing	$2.33 
	13500		Vegetable Oils/Yeast Mfg	$2.33 
	37402		Medicine/Vitamins Mfg	$2.33
105305					$2.16 
	02101		Seed Cleaning Plants	$2.07	(exempt from WH&S levy)
						(ICP Participant) 
	12301		Feed Mills	$2.07	(exempt from WH&S levy)
						(ICP Participant) 
	12400		Flour Mills	$2.10	(exempt from WH&S levy)
						(ICP Participant) 
	13900		Malt  Mfg	$2.13	(ICP Participant)
105306					$4.83 
	07900		Peat Moss - Harvest/Process 
	12304		Forage Processing
107200					$2.66 
	02112		Egg Grading	$2.62	(ICP Participant) 
	12900		Bakeries	$2.66 
	13100		Food Process - Misc	$2.62	(ICP Participant) 
	13101		Candy Mfg	$2.66 
	13904		Pasta Manufacture	$2.66 
	13905		Vegetables Process/Grade	$2.66
111100					$2.15 
	14100		Soft Drinks/Water/Ice - Mfg
113100					$0.73 
	14300		Liquor/Wine - Mfg	$0.72	(ICP Participant) 
	14500		Breweries	$0.73
169903					$1.98 
	29600		Aluminum/Metal Extrusion 
	37301		Plastic Products - Mfg
249901					$0.92 
	17900		Leather Goods - Mfg/Repair	$0.92 
	21300		Rope/Carpet - Mfg/Repair	$0.91	(ICP Participant) 
	22900		Crests/Pennants - Mfg/Repair 	$0.91	(ICP Participant) 
	22901		Drapes/Linens - Mfg/Repair/Inst	$0.92 
	24900		Wearing Apparel - Mfg/Repair	$0.91	(ICP Participant)
251200					$2.43 
	25100		Sawmills/Planing Mills 
	25900		Peel/Point - Posts 
	25901		Treating of Timber
254902					$2.77 
	25401		Wood Products - Mfg 	$2.77 
	42147		Finishing Carpentry	$2.82	(incl. safety assn levy)
261200					$3.93
	26101		Upholstered Furniture - Mfg/Repair 
	26104		Furniture Refinishing
271100					$0.72 
	27102		Pulp Mills
271401					$1.35 
	27103		Panelboard - Mfg
273100					$1.86 
	27300		Cardboard Box/Tubing/Bag - Mfg
279200					$0.41 
	16900		Rubber Stamps/Stencils - Mfg 
	17901		Vinyl Goods - Mfg/Repair 
	33500		Phone Equipment - Mfg/Install 
	33900		Light Fixtures - Mfg/Asmb 
	33902		Electrical Components - Mfg 
	38100		Instrumentation - Mfg 
	38200		Jewelry - Mfg 
	38201	*	Lapidary Services 
	39300		Sporting Equipment/Brooms  - Mfg 
	69903		Pottery - Mfg 
	89916		Taxidermists
281901					$0.74 
	27402		Envelope Manufacturing	$0.73	(ICP Participant) 
	28600		Printing/Book Binding	$0.74	 
	28800	*	Publish without Printing	$0.74	 
	28900		Publish with Printing	$0.74 
	86202	+	Newspaper/Flyer Distribution	$0.74 
	89301	+	Electronic Print/Photofinishing	$0.74
291200					$6.05 
	29102		Foundries, Iron & Steel 
	62700		Scrap/Salvage Dealers
292100					$1.48 
	29200		Steel Pipe Mfg 
	62500		Steel Svce Centre - No Salvage
303900					$2.12 
	26401		Metal Furniture Mfg	$2.12 
	29100		Steel Mfg - Exclude Foundries	$2.12 
	30100		Steel/Metal Fabrication	$2.20	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	30101		Heat Treating/Stress Relieving	$2.12 
	30407		Pipe Cleaning/Coating	$2.12 
	33606		Industrial Electric Equipment Mfg	$2.12 
	89401		Welding	$2.16	(incl. safety assn levy)
304900					$1.37 
	30412		Sheet Metal Shops	$1.37 
	30700		Heat/Cooling Equipment Mfg	$1.35	(ICP Participant) 
	33602		Switchboard/Electrical Panel-Mfg	$1.37
308101					$1.39 
	30403		Metal/Porcelain Prod - Coating  
	30801		Machining
351100					$1.92 
	16901		Tires/Rubber Products - Mfg	$1.92 
	17200		Tanneries	$1.92 
	27200		Asphalt Roofing Products - Mfg	$1.92 
	34100		Pre-Mixed Cement/Sand/Soil-Mfg	$1.92 
	34500		Gypsum Board - Mfg	$1.92 
	35200		Clay Bricks - Mfg	$1.89	(ICP Participant) 
	35401		Fibreglass Insulation - Mfg	$1.89	(ICP Participant)
354900					$4.26 
	29700		Foundry - Non Ferous	$4.26 
	34700		Concrete Products Mfg	$4.26 
	34702		Artificial Stone Products-Mfg	$4.19	(ICP Participant) 
	38500		Fibreglass Reinforced Prdcts-Mfg	$4.19	(ICP Participant)
355100					$2.66	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	34800		Transit Mix Operations
371100					$0.80 
	36500		Refine - Crude/Used Oil	$0.83	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	37201		Fertilizer Mfg/Nickel Refine 	$0.80 
	37801		Petrochemicals - Mfg	$0.80 
	37805		Industrial Gases - Mfg	$0.80
397100					$0.80 
	28603		Signs/Advertising Displays - Mfg 	$0.79	(ICP Participant) 
	39901		Picture Frame, Case, Casket - Mfg	$0.80 
	86201	*	Window/Store Display Ad Services	$0.80
397101					$1.90 
	22101		Awnings/Tents/Tarps - Mfg/Repair		(ICP Participant) 
	39701		Outdoor Advertising                               	(ICP Participant)
579900					$1.09 
	16902		Industrial Belting - Install/Svce 
	62304		Compressors/Power Unit - Mfg
Sector 5 - Construction and Construction Trade Services
411901					$2.02 
	06304		Oil Field Maint/Construction	$2.04	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	40400		Construction - Industrial	$2.05	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42105		Erect - Sheet/Metal Structures	$2.05	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42106		Erect - Structural Steel	$2.05	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42109		Heavy Machine/Equip-Install/Svce	$2.05	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42129		Industrial Plant Maintenance	$2.05	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42156		Erect/Dismantle - Storage Tanks	$2.05	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42161		Erect - Precast Concrete	$2.05	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42184		Mechanical Insulation - Install/Svce	$2.05	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	89928		Rent/Erect - Scaffold/Cranes	$2.05	(incl. safety assn levy)
411905					$1.75	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	40405		Residential General Contractor
421501					$2.31 
	01904		Nurseries - Tree/Shrub	$2.31 
	01905		Sod Growers	$2.31 
	02100		Landscaping	$2.34	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	02103		Lawn Maintenance	$2.31 
	02105		Feed Lot/Corral Cleaning	$2.31 
	02200		Right-of-Way Maintenance	$2.34	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	40602		Paving/Surfacing	$2.34	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	40604		Mobile Equipment Operation	$2.34	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	40901		Power Line - Construct/Remove	$2.34	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	40905		Pipeline Construction	$2.34	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42127		Fences - Sell/Rent/Install 	$2.34	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42136		Underground Sprinkler - Install	$2.34	(incl. safety assn levy)
422902					$5.99	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	40401		Construction Trade Services - NEC 
	42143		Framing Contractor - Const
423100					$3.94 
	42102		Brick/Masonry Construction	$4.01	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42104		Concrete Construction	$4.01	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42115		Paving Stone - Sell/Install	$4.01	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42158		Refractory Linings - Sell/Install	$3.94 
	42159		Caisson Operations	$3.95	(incl. safety assn levy)	
						(ICP Participant)
423300					$2.56	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	30302		Overhead Doors - Install/Repair 
	42121		Doors/Windows - Mfg/Install
423500					$6.41	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42118		Roofing 
	42151		Siding/Eavestrough - Fab./Inst.
426100					$1.92 
	31507		Dust Suppression Systems	$1.92 
	31508		Overhead Cranes - Service Only	$1.95	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42110		Elevators/Escalators - Svce/Install	$1.95	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42117		Heating Systems - Fab/Install	$1.95	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42122		Mechanical Contracting	$1.95	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42124		Electric Wiring	$1.95	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42128		TV/Radio Antennae Installation	$1.92 
	42144		Fire Sprinklers - Install/Svce	$1.95	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	89600		Refrigeration Equip - Sales/Svce	$1.95	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	89605		Service Station Equip - Sales/Svce	$1.95	(incl. safety assn levy)
427200					$4.67	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42135		Drywall/Lath/Plaster/Stucco/etc 
	42141		Acoustic Materials - Sell/Install
427401					$1.86	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42133		Cabinets/Counters - Asmb/Install
427501					$3.30	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42111		Painting/Decorating 
	42120		Sand Blasting 
	42139		Industrial Coating Services
427800					$2.89	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42113		Tile/Terrazzo - Sell/Install 
	42125		Floor Coverings - Sell/Install
429201					$0.76 
	31501		Light Metal Products - Asmb/Install	$0.76 
	35301		Monument/Tombstone Dealers	$0.75	(ICP Participant) 
	42131		Vacuum Systems - Asmb/Install	$0.75	(ICP Participant) 
	42160		Electronic Equipment - Sell/Svce	$0.76
429800					$2.67	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	86911		Staffing Services - Labour
429915					$2.68 
	06306		Vacuum Removal - Wet/Dry Waste	$2.70	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	09902		Cleaning Svces - Mobile Pressure	$2.68 
	09927		Oilfield Services - Sump Pit	$2.70	(incl. safety assn levy)
429930					$1.18 
	40907		Test/Preserve - Power Poles	$1.16	(ICP Participant) 
	51502		NDT Testing Incl Visual Inspect	$1.19	(incl. safety assn levy,  
						WH&S levy exempt)
	51503		Oil/Gas Meters - Inspect/Test	$1.13	(exempt from WH&S  
						levy) (ICP Participant) 
	51504		Cathodic Protection Service	$1.17	(incl. safety assn levy,  
						WH&S levy exempt) 
	51506		Quality Control Svces - Construct	$1.18 
	86413		Test - Heat/Air Condition Systems	$1.16	(ICP Participant) 
	86922	*	Inspection Services- Visual, NEC	$1.16	(ICP Participant)
775909					$1.28 
	86401		Survey - Land/General
Sector 6 - Transportation, Communication and Utilities
451100					$1.11	(exempt from WH&S  
						levy) 
	50100		Air Svce - Scheduled Commercial	$1.11 
	50104		Air Service - Regular	$1.09	(ICP Participant) 
	50105		Air Svce - Charter Over 12,500 lbs	$1.11 
	50106		Air Svc-Charter 12,500 lbs or Less	$1.09	(ICP Participant) 
	50107		Helicopter Service	$1.11 
	50200		Aircraft - Ground Support Svces	$1.11 
	50201		Flying Clubs/Flight Training	$1.11 
	50203		Flight Operation - Miscellaneous	$1.09	(ICP Participant)
453100					$1.14	(exempt from WH&S	
						levy) 
	50607		Railway Transportation Service
456100					$3.60 
	42155		Move Buildings	$3.66	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	50701		Trucking - Specialized	$3.61	(incl. safety assn levy, 	
						WH&S levy exempt) 
	50720		Trucking Service - Oilfield	$3.54	(incl. safety assn levy, 	
						WH&S levy exempt)
456102					$3.81	(incl. safety assn levy, 	
						WH&S levy exempt) 
	50714		Trucking Service - General
457200					$2.54 
	50800		Bus Lines	$2.47	(exempt from WH&S 	
						levy) 
	50802		Bus Depots	$2.54 
	51200		Taxi Cabs/Limousine Service	$2.54
457300					$2.03 
	50801		Bus - School
479901					$1.85 
	51705		Packing/Crating - Custom	$1.82	(ICP Participant) 
	52700		Warehousing - Public	$1.85	
481300					$0.48 
	54300		Radio/TV Stations	$0.47	(exempt from WH&S 	
						levy) 
	85100		Movie Theatres	$0.48 
	85907	*	Movie/Film/Video/ Production	$0.48 
	85914	*	Artists/Entertainers/Performers	$0.48 
	85918		Live Theatres/Ballet	$0.48 
	85934	*	Alliance Theatre Trust Funds	$0.48
482102					$0.31	(exempt from WH&S 	
						levy) 
	54301		Closed Circuit TV/Cablevision 
	54501		Telecommunication Systems 
491100					$0.65 
	57200		Electric Power Companies
492101					$0.61 
	57400		Natural Gas Distribution
499900					$2.65 
	27400		Recycle/Salvage/Reclaim - Waste	$2.65 
	57901		Garbage Collection/Disposal	$2.74	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	65402		Towing Auto Vehicles	$2.65	 
Sector 8 - Wholesale and Retail
563100					$1.62 
	25403		Home Improvement Centres 	$1.62 
	62908		Garden Supply Centres	$1.60	(ICP Participant) 
	69301		Coal/Wood Yards	$1.60	(ICP Participant)
571100					$1.45 
	62200		Farm Implement Dealers		(ICP Participant)
571105					$1.01 
	62302		Machinery/Equip NEC 			
			- Sales/Svce	$1.03	(incl. safety assn 	
						levy) 
	86905		Safety Equipment - Sale/Rental	$1.01
572100					$1.72 
	62201		Mobile Equipment Dealers
572102					$1.19 
	89910		Industrial/Oilfield Equip - Rent
572203					$0.57 
	37902		Chemical Products - Pckg/Dist 
	62303		Industrial Supply Stores
601100					$1.83 
	63100		Food/Convenience Stores 
	63103		Home Provisioner/Butcher Shops 
	63105		Liquor/Wine/Beer Sales Outlets 
	65406		Gas Bars/Car Wash - No Auto Svce 
	69916		Wholesale Food Distribution
614101					$0.45 
	62903		Sales Operations - NEC 
	66300		Shoe Stores 
	66900		Clothing/Yard Goods Stores 
	68100		Drug Stores 
	69100		Book/Stationery Stores/etc 
	69500		Jewellery Stores 
	69904		Novelty/Gift/Hobby Stores/etc 
	89100	*	Travelling Sales/Mfg Agents
621102					$0.28 
	33901		Medical Equipment - Sales/Svce 
	62300		Office Equipment - Sales/Svce 
	67602		Entertainment Equip - Sales/Svce
631100					$0.87 
	65600		Auto Dealers		(ICP Participant)
632901					$0.90 
	69912		Trailers - Sales/Rental with Svce 
	69915		Sport Vehicles - Sale/Svce 
	89922		Industrial Camp Trailers - Rental
633104					$1.43 
	60800		Bulk Petroleum Dealers	$1.41	(ICP Participant) 
	69300		Propane Dealers	$1.43	
635100					$1.78 
	16300		Tire Retreading 
	62701		Auto Wreckers 
	65400		Service Stations 
	65808		General Automotive Repair
635200					$1.32 
	65800		Automobile Body Repairs		(ICP Participant) 
	65809		Electroplating Auto Parts		(ICP Participant)
641100					$1.11 
	64200		Department/General Stores 
	67300		Hardware/Auto Parts Stores/etc 
	67601		Furniture Stores 
	67604		Appliances - Sale & Svce 
	67802		Household Appliance - Svce Only 
	69200		Florists, Wholesale and Retail 
	69901		Auctions - NEC 
	69914		Pet/Seed/Feed Stores 
	86909		Inventory Services 
	89908		Small Equip/Appliances - Rental
661100					$0.89 
	62900		Wholesaling - NEC
671100					$2.52	(exempt from WH&S 	
						levy) 
	52400		Grain/Seed Handling Operations


Sector 10 - Municipal Government, Education and Health Services
813100					$0.07	(exempt from WH&S	
						levy) 
	86930	*	Federal Gov't Employment Develop
835104					$1.41 
	36502		Remove/Treat - Hazardous Waste	$1.43	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	57601		Irrigation/Drainage District	$1.41 
	57602		Water Treatment/Distribution	$1.41 
	82712	*	Fire Protection Co-operatives	$1.38	(ICP Participant) 
	95102		Municipal Districts	$1.42	(incl. safety assn levy)	
						(ICP Participant)
835105					$0.73	 
	95105	*	First Nations Operations	$0.71	(exempt from WH&S 	
						levy) 
	95108		Operate - Metis Settlements	$0.73	 
835106					$1.23 
	95100		Villages	$1.27	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	95101		Towns	$1.27	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	95104		Cities	$1.26	(incl. safety assn levy)
851109					$0.81 
	80102		School Boards 
	80105		Schools - Independent 
	80106		Kindergartens 
	89923		Schools - Driving/Testing
853100					$0.32 
	80103		Colleges 
	80301		Schools - Business 
	80302		Schools - Industrial Training 
	80305	+	Schools - Dance, Music, Hobby 
	80311		Institutes of Technology 
	80500		Universities 
	80700		Library Boards 
	80701	*	Museums & Art Galleries 
	86927		Safety/First Aid Training
861100					$1.01 
	82100		Hospitals/Acute Care Centres 
	82705		Health Units 
	82710		Supply Medical Personnel
862100					$1.86 
	82704		Home Support Services	$1.86 
	82800		Senior's Supportive Living	$1.93	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	82808		Continuing Care Facilities	$1.93	(incl. safety assn levy)
864100					$0.96 
	82801		Day Homes/Day Care Centres 
	82812		Play Schools
864700					$2.04 
	82806	*	Rehabilitation Svces for Disabled
864900					$0.82 
	85909		Friendship/Cultural Centres 
	89925	*	Social/Community Support Svce
Sector 11 - Provincial Government
820000					$0.17 
	93200		AGPS - Regulatory
820001					$0.66 
	93201		AGPS - Health/Social/Field Svces
820002					$1.10 
	93202		AGPS - Operations/Trades/Tech
Sector 12 - Business, Personal, and Professional Services
759900					$1.04 
	87500		Manufactured Home Parks	$1.03	(ICP Participant) 
	87510		Hostels	$1.04 
	89702		Property Management	$1.04
771201					$0.25 
	52705		Document Storage/Exchange	$0.25 
	62904	*	Freight Forwarding - Overseas	$0.25 
	70200	*	Banks/Financial Services	$0.24	(exempt from WH&S 	
						levy) 
	73500	*	Real Estate Dealers/Land Develop	$0.25 
	73501	*	Insurance Companies	$0.25 
	85925	+	Travel Agency/Motor Association	$0.25  
	86200	*	Advertising Agencies	$0.25 
	86600	*	Legal Services	$0.25 
	86901	+	Business Services	$0.25 
	86902	*	Consultant - Management	$0.25 
	86906		Staffing Services - Office/Prof.	$0.25 
	86918	*	Mailing List/Manuscript Research	$0.25 
	86920	*	Personnel Recruitment Agencies	$0.25 
	86921	*	Administer Out of Province Ops	$0.25 
	89101	*	Professional/Trade Associations	$0.25 
	89104	*	Charitable Associations	$0.25 
	93109		Boards, Agencies, Comm (compul)	$0.25 
	93113	*	Boards, Agencies, Comm (B/A)	0.25
775200					$0.21 
	09900		Mud Logging Services	$0.25	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	86400		Engineering	$0.21 
	86403	*	Research/Material Testing Labs	$0.21 
	86405		Geophysical Surveys Excl Seismic	$0.21 
	86408		Waterfowl Preservation	$0.21 
	86409	*	Architects	$0.21 
	86410		Map Making	$0.21 
	86411	*	Geological/Geophysical Services 	$0.21 
	86414	*	Consultant - Environment/Agric	$0.21 
	86913	*	Draft/Design-Inc	$0.21		
			Graphics/Software 
	86923	*	Interior Designing	$0.21 
	89927		Survey - Archaeological	$0.21
779104					$1.52 
	86907		Armoured Car Services	$1.52 
	89902		Security Services/Industrial			
			Patrols	$1.48	(exempt from WH&S 	
						levy) 
	89913		Corps of Commissionaires	$1.52 
	89924		Investigative Services	$1.50	(ICP Participant)
863500					$0.39 
	02104		Animal Health Services 
	37401		Culture Media - Mfg 
	38101		Ophthalmic Dispensing 
	38102		Prostheses/Orthotics - Mfg/Rpr 
	82500	*	Medical Centre - Private 
	82700		Dental Labs/Denture Clinics 
	82701	*	Health/Allied Service - Misc 
	82703	*	Physiotherapy Centres
921401					$3.10 
	87505		Catering - Industrial Camps		
965301					$1.07 
	51902		Guiding/Rafting/Pack Trains	$1.07 
	85900	*	Golf Clubs/Ranges	$1.07 
	85904		Ski Resorts/Gondolas	$1.07 
	87501		Restaurant/Take-out Food Services	$1.07 
	87502		Catering, NEC	$1.07 
	87503		Hotels/Convention Centres	$1.11	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	87600		Outdoor Recreation	$1.07 
	87603		Youth/Religious Camps	$1.07
969905					$0.89 
	02116		Animal Shelters/Pounds 
	02117	*	Kennels/Pet Grooming 
	51701		Parking Facilities/Storage Garages 
	80703	+	Zoos/Game Farms 
	85300	*	Bowling Alleys/Billiard Parlours 
	85901	*	Skating/Curling Rinks, Comm Assn 
	85916		Casinos/Dance Halls 
	85919		Arenas/Stadiums - Operation of 
	85922		Arcades 
	87508	*	Private Clubs 
	89901		Exhibition Associations 
	89907		Tennis & Squash Facilities
971300					$0.89 
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ADVERTISEMENTS
Notice of Application for Private Bill
Beverly Anne Cormier Adoption Termination Act
NOTICE is hereby given that petitions will be submitted by Beverly Anne Cormier, 
nee Becker, to the Lieutenant Governor and the Legislative Assembly of the Province 
of Alberta at its next session for the passage of a Bill:
To terminate the Order dated the 4th day of May, 1965, and entered on the 4th day of 
May, 1965, whereby Beverly Anne Peterkin, now Beverly Anne Cormier, was 
declared to be the adopted child of Robert Conne Becker, and given the name Beverly 
Anne Becker.
Any person whose rights or property are materially affected by the proposed 
legislation may contact the Legislative Assembly in writing no later than the 15th day 
following the opening day of session should they wish to make a representation 
relevant to this application.  Correspondence should be addressed to the Office of the 
Parliamentary Counsel, 800 Legislative Annex, 9718 - 107 Street, Edmonton, 
Alberta, T5K 1E4.  Telephone (780) 422-4837.  Fax (780) 427-0744.
DATED at the City of Edmonton, in the Province of Alberta, this 12th day of 
December, 2008.
Christopher A. Jackson, Bishop & McKenzie LLP
Notice of General Meeting
(Companies Act)
Alberta Mentor Foundation for Youth
Alberta Mentor Foundation for Youth is being voluntarily wound up pursuant to the 
Companies Act, R.S.A. 2000, c. C-21. Notice is hereby given that a general meeting 
of Alberta Mentor Foundation for Youth will be held on January 29, 2008 at 10:00 
a.m. at suite 4500, 855 - 2nd Street S.W., Calgary, Alberta for the purpose of laying 
before the meeting the account of the winding-up (showing how the winding-up has 
been conducted and the property of the company has been disposed of) and giving 
any explanation thereof.
Dated at Calgary, Alberta December 15, 2008.
24-1	Donna Rubenstein, Liquidator.
Notice of Liquidation
(Business Corporations Act)
724849 ALBERTA LTD. 
SECONDARY INDUSTRIAL PARK - FORT McMURRAY, AB
TAKE NOTICE that Alger & Associates Inc. (the "Liquidator") has been appointed 
as Liquidator of 724849 Alberta Ltd. operating as Secondary Industrial Park - Fort 
McMurray (the "Corporation") by Order of the Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta 
dated October 27, 2008 in Action Number 0803 04515, Judicial District of Edmonton.  
All persons who are indebted to the Corporation are hereby required to provide a 
Statement of Account respecting such indebtedness and to pay to the Liquidator an 
amount equating to such indebtedness.  Such payment is to be directed to the 
Liquidator no later than thirty days after the first publication of this Notice.  Nothing 
in this Notice shall limit or preclude the Liquidator from asserting that a person is 
indebted to the Corporation for a sum in excess of that asserted or paid by that person 
in response to this Notice. Payment to any other party will not discharge your liability 
to the Corporation.  
All persons possessing any property of the Corporation are, subject to the remaining 
provisions of this paragraph, required to deliver such property to the Liquidator on or 
before thirty days after the first publication of this Notice.  Prior to delivering any 
such property, any person in the possession of property of the Corporation is to 
provide seven days written notice to the Liquidator by way of personal delivery or fax 
communication.  Such notice shall briefly describe the property of the Corporation 
which is in possession of the person giving the notice and shall include a return 
address, fax number or e-mail address of the person giving the notice.  The Liquidator 
may in its absolute discretion provide to the person giving notice alternative 
directions or instructions with respect to delivery of the property.  
All persons having a claim against the Corporation, whether liquidated, unliquidated, 
future or contingent, are required to present particulars of such claim in writing to the 
Liquidator along with copies of any supporting documentation of such claim not later 
than two months after the first publication of this Notice.  All such claims and 
supporting documentation shall be provided by personal delivery, fax or e-mail to the 
Liquidator.  Provided that nothing in this Notice shall preclude the Liquidator from 
disallowing all or any portion of any claim submitted or from seeking additional 
clarification or documentation with respect to any such claim.
All payments, notices and deliveries to the Liquidator shall be directed to the 
Liquidator at Alger & Associates Inc., Suite 312, Capital Place, 9707 - 110 Street, 
Edmonton, AB, T5K 2L9, Fax No. 780.413.9666, Attention: Ms. Sheri Simmonds.
Dated the 14th day of November, 2008.
ALGER & ASSOCIATES INC. 
IN ITS CAPACITY AS LIQUIDATOR OF 724849 ALBERTA LTD.
Public Sale of Land
(Municipal Government Act)
Town of Didsbury
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Town of Didsbury will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Town Office, 
2037-19 Avenue, Didsbury, Alberta, on Monday, March 2, 2009, at 2:00 p.m., the 
following lands:
Title No.
Lot
Block
Plan
981395145
A
8
263L
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 
Didsbury makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the 
adequacy of services, soil conditions, land use districting, building and development 
conditions, absence or presence of environmental contamination, or the developability 
of the subject land for any intended use by the Purchaser.  No bid will be accepted 
where the bidder attempts to attach conditions precedent to the sale of any parcel.  No 
terms and conditions of sale will be considered other than those specified by the 
Town.  No further information is available at the auction regarding the lands to be 
sold.
The Town of Didsbury may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel 
of land not sold at the public auction.
Terms and Conditions: Cash or certified cheque; conditions are 5% non-refundable 
deposit; balance to be received by the town in 15 business days.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Didsbury, Alberta, December 12, 2008.
Roy Brown, Chief Administrative Officer.
______________
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 Tuesday, February 10, 2009, at 10:00 a.m., the 
following lands:
Plan
Block
Lot
C. of T.
3809HW
9
10
982179040
9322664
16
6A
932313182
120HW
W.PB.B

1250253
709EO
18
1
042062406
J442EO
4
13 & 14
042044679
6316ET
2
S 1/2 5
912035381
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, December 8, 2008.
Sheila Kitz, Chief Administrative Officer.
______________
Town of Vegreville
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Town of Vegreville will offer for sale, by public auction in the Town 
Administration Building, 4829 - 50 Street, Vegreville, Alberta, on Tuesday, March 3, 
2009, at 2:00 p.m., the following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
18
16
LXVI
1-2
14
2483P
23-24
32
1966AB
3
36
4373BB
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 
Vegreville 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 Vegreville may, after the public auction, become the owner of any 
parcel of land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Cash.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Vegreville, Alberta, December 9, 2008.
Jody Quickstad, Town Manager.
______________






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