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The Alberta Gazette
Part I
Vol. 105	Edmonton, Saturday, February 14, 2009	No. 3
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 OUR FAITHFUL, the MEMBERS elected to serve in the Legislative Assembly of 
Our Province of Alberta and to each and every one of you
G R E E T I N G
Kurt Sandstrom, Acting Deputy Minister of Justice and 
Acting Deputy Attorney General
WHEREAS it is Our will and pleasure by and with the advice and consent of Our 
Executive Council of Our Province of Alberta to prorogue the First Session of the 
Twenty-seventh Legislature of Alberta:
WE DO hereby prorogue, effective February 9, 2009, the said Legislature; and
WHEREAS it is deemed expedient for certain causes and considerations to convene 
the Legislative Assembly of Our Province of Alberta for the Second Session of the 
Twenty-seventh Legislature, WE DO WILL that you and each of you, and all others 
in this behalf interested, on Tuesday, the 10th day of February, 2009, at the hour of 
THREE o'clock in the afternoon, at Our City of Edmonton, personally be and appear, 
for the despatch of business, to treat, act, do and conclude upon those things which, in 
the Legislature of Our Province of Alberta, by the Common Council of Our said 
Province, may, by the favour of God, be ordained.
HEREIN FAIL NOT
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 
28th day of January in the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand Nine 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
Kurt Sandstrom, Acting Deputy Minister of Justice and 
Acting Deputy Attorney General
WHEREAS section 9 of the Heating Oil and Propane Rebate Act provides that that 
Act comes into force on Proclamation; and;
WHEREAS it is expedient to proclaim the Heating Oil and Propane Rebate 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 Heating Oil 
and Propane Rebate Act in force on February 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 
28th day of January in the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand Nine and in the Fifty-
seventh Year of Our Reign.
BY COMMAND	Alison Redford, Provincial Secretary.


RESIGNATIONS & RETIREMENTS
(Justice of the Peace Act)
Appointment of Justice of the Peace
January 28, 2009 
Laura Louise Burt of Calgary 
Danny Charles Elliott of Calgary 
William John Shiplett of Calgary 
John George Szekeres of Calgary 
William Steven Andrew, Q.C. of Edmonton 
John Leonard Booth of Edmonton 
Stewart Norman Douglas of Edmonton 
Rosanna Maria Saccomani of Edmonton 
Arnold Robert Schlayer of Edmonton 
Irving Yaverbaum, Q.C. of Edmonton 
David Clyde Ellis of Red Deer 
_______________
Resignation of Justice of the Peace
January 26, 2009 
James John Yusep of Calgary
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
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 - Tide Lake Gas Unit No. 1" with respect to 
"Unitized Zone" means the geological formation from above the Taber Coals at the 
Belly River top to the Base of the Fish Scales from 96m below KB to 700m below 
KB as identified in the well ECA ECOG ALDSON 11-33-017-11W4M in the Legal 
Subdivision Eleven (11) of Section Thirty Three (33), Township Seventeen (17), 
Range Eleven (11), West of the Fourth Meridian, in the Province of Alberta, and that 
the amendment became effective on January 1, 2009.


Environment
Code Of Practice For Waterworks Systems Using High Quality 
Groundwater [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 April 1, 2009, 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.
Wastewater Management
7.
Reclamation Requirements
8.
Reporting Requirements
9.
Record Keeping Requirements
10.
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)	"Certification Guidelines" means the Water and Wastewater Operators' 
Certification Guidelines, published by the Department, as amended or 
replaced from time to time;
(e)	"chlorine residual" means free chlorine, or combined chlorine or total 
chlorine;
(f)	"contact time" for a process unit means T10 which is the time taken in 
minutes for 10% of the water to pass through that unit; 
(g)	"continuous" means flow measurement or sample analysis through in-line 
equipment that creates flow measurements or frequent, discrete sample 
analysis output;
(h)	"CT" means disinfectant residual in mg/L multiplied by the contact time in 
minutes;
(i)	"CT lowest actual" means the lowest CT calculated in a particular day, calculated 
as follows:
CT lowest actual   =  
where
C
=
lowest recorded daily disinfectant residual 
concentration (in milligrams per litre) at the 
point T10 is measured;

 
=
0.1;
OR




varies
based on the empirical 
method using typical 
baffling conditions as 
per Appendix D in the 
Standards and 
Guidelines Document; 
OR



varies
based on a tracer study, 
where


T10
=
the contact time (in 
minutes) established 
from the most recent 
tracer study; and


T
=
the calculated contact 
time (in minutes), 
assuming no short-
circuiting and obtained 
by dividing the treated 
water contact storage 
volume that was used to 
determine T10, by the 
flow that was used to 
determine T10;

Vmin
=
the daily minimum volume (in Litres) of 
treated water in the disinfection contact 
reservoir;

Qpeak
=
maximum recorded hourly flow (Litres per 
minute) or twice the daily average flow 
(Litres per minute)
(j)	"CT required" means the CT required to demonstrate the specified log 
reduction of viruses as determined from the CT tables in Appendix B of the 
Standards and Guidelines Document;
(k)	"CT performance ratio" means CT lowest actual / CT required;
(l)	"design capacity" means the 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;
(m)	"disinfectant residual" means the concentration of free chlorine, chloramine, 
chlorine dioxide, or ozone used for disinfection;
(n)	"disinfection" means a chemical or physical process of treating water to 
inactivate microorganisms;
(o)	"four seasons" is comprised of "spring" - March to May, "summer" - June 
to August, "fall" - September to November, "winter" - December to 
February; 
(p)	"GCDWQ" means the Guidelines for Canadian Drinking Water Quality, 
published by Health Canada, as amended or replaced from time to time;
(q)	"grab", when referring to a sample, means an individual sample collected in 
less than 30 minutes and which is representative of the substance sampled;
(r)	"high quality groundwater" means groundwater that:
(i)	does not require treatment to comply with the applicable physical, 
chemical, and radiological MAC, except for fluoride, specified in the 
GCDWQ, for the parameters listed in the Standards and Guidelines 
Document,
(ii)	contains a concentration of naturally occurring fluoride of less than or 
equal to 2.4 mg/L, and
(iii)	is not under the direct influence of surface water;
(s)	"ISO / IEC" means the International Organization for Standardization / the 
International Electrotechnical Commission;
(t)	"log reduction" means the base 10 logarithm of the ratio of raw water 
concentrations divided by the treated water concentration of total viruses;
(u)	"MAC" means the Maximum Acceptable Concentration, specified in the 
GCDWQ for a particular parameter;
(v)	"professional engineer" means a professional engineer or registered 
professional technologist (engineering) under the Engineering, Geological 
and Geophysical Professions Act;
(w)	"regulations" means the regulations under the Act;
(x)	"running annual average" means the arithmetic average of the 
concentrations of all the most recent samples taken covering a 365 day 
period;
(y)	"source sanitary survey" means a review of the water source for the purpose 
of evaluating the adequacy of the condition of the physical components and 
protection from contamination indicating the vulnerability for degradation 
of the source water quality;
(z)	"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; 
(aa)	"this Code of Practice" means the Code of Practice for Waterworks Systems 
Using High Quality Groundwater, published by the Department, as 
amended or replaced from time to time; and
(bb)	"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 
uses high quality groundwater must 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 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:
(a)	the requirements of 3.1.1, 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)	analytical results for groundwater intended to be the potable water 
source;
(b)	written confirmation that the person applying for the registration has 
prepared, or caused to be prepared an operations program;
(c)	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; 
(d)	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
(e)	in cases in which a design requirement in section 3.1.3 (d) 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.
3.1.5	The registration holder shall undertake a risk assessment of the waterworks 
system to ascertain the integrity, reliability and the long-term sustainability 
of the waterworks system to provide safe drinking water according to the 
following:
(a)	the assessment shall be performed in accordance with the Standards and 
Guidelines Document, Facility Risk Assessment Standards; and
(b)	the assessment shall be performed by an independent third party 
approved by the Director.
3.1.6	The completed assessment in 3.1.5 shall be submitted to the Director once 
every five years from the date the registration holder is required to comply 
with this Code of Practice.
PART 4:  OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS
4.1.1	The registration holder shall:
(a)	operate, and
(b)	maintain 
the waterworks system 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 must meet or exceed the applicable 
numbers in Table 4-1.
4.1.6	The registration holder shall obtain a statement of the facility's classification 
for Water Treatment (WT) from Alberta Environment prior to providing 
water treatment.


TABLE 4-1:	MINIMUM WATERWORKS SYSTEM OPERATOR 
CERTIFICATE OF QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
Population 
Served by 
Waterworks 
System
Type of 
Treatment in the 
Waterworks 
System
Minimum Number and 
Minimum 
Qualifications of Water 
Treatment Certified 
Operator(s)
Minimum Number 
and Minimum 
Qualifications of 
Water Distribution 
Certified Operator(s)
< 500
Class I WT facility 
or system without 
treatment
One operator with a Small Water Systems 
Certificate
500 - 1,500
System providing 
ONLY chlorine 
residual within the 
distribution system
N/A
One operator with a 
Water Treatment (WT) 
Certificate at the Level 
of the facility 
classification for water 
treatment

System providing 
virus disinfection 
or other treatment
One operator with a 
Level I Water 
Distribution (WD) 
Certificate

1,501 - 15,000
System providing 
ONLY chlorine 
residual within the 
distribution system
N/A
One operator with a 
Level II Water 
Distribution (WD) 
Certificate

System providing 
virus disinfection 
or other treatment
One operator with a 
Water Treatment (WT) 
Certificate at the Level of 
the facility classification 
for water treatment
One operator with a 
Level II Water 
Distribution (WD) 
Certificate
15,001 - 50,000
System providing 
ONLY chlorine 
residual within the 
distribution system
N/A
One operator with a 
Level III Water 
Distribution (WD) 
Certificate
and
One operator with a 
Level II Water 
Distribution (WD) 
Certificate

System providing 
virus disinfection 
or other treatment
One operator with a 
Water Treatment (WT) 
Certificate at the Level of 
the facility classification 
for water treatment

50,001 and over
System providing 
ONLY chlorine 
residual within the 
distribution system
N/A
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
50,001 and over
(continued)
System providing 
virus disinfection 
or other treatment
One operator with a 
Water Treatment (WT) 
Certificate at the Level of 
the facility classification 
for water treatment

PART 5:  LIMITS AND MONITORING REQUIREMENTS
5.1.1	The quality of potable water distributed by the registration holder must 
comply with the limits in Table 5-1
(a)	at all locations specified in Table 5-2, and
(b)	at all times the registration holder is treating and distributing water.
TABLE 5-1:	POTABLE WATER QUALITY LIMITS
Parameter
Limit
(Maximum unless otherwise specified)
CT required , subject to sections 5.1.3.3 and 
5.1.3.4 of this Code of Practice
For systems with continuous monitoring of 
disinfectant residual, the CT value for 4-log 
inactivation of viruses specified in the CT 
Table for the disinfectant used, in Appendix B 
of the Standards and Guidelines Document, or

For systems with grab sampling of 
disinfectant residual, 1.25 times the CT value 
for 4-log inactivation of viruses specified in 
the CT Table for the disinfectant used, in 
Appendix B of the Standards and Guidelines 
Document.
CT performance ratio , subject to sections 5.1.3.3 
and 5.1.3.4 of this Code of Practice
Greater than 1
Bacteriological quality
Applicable MAC
The physical, inorganic and organic chemical 
and pesticide parameters listed in the 
Compliance Monitoring section of the 
Standards and Guidelines Document, except 
fluoride
Applicable MAC, as per the Potable Water 
Regulation, based on the running annual 
average.
Disinfectant residual, subject to sections 
5.1.3.3 and 5.1.3.4 of this Code of Practice
Greater than or equal to 0.2 mg/L if free 
chlorine or chloramine is used for 
disinfection.
Chlorine residual in the distribution system
Greater than or equal to 0.1 mg/L, based on at 
least 75% of the samples taken on a particular 
day.
Fluoride - if naturally occurring
Less than or equal to 2.4 mg/L, based on a 
running annual average.
Fluoride- if fluoridation is practiced
Daily average concentration of between 0.6 
mg/L and 1.0 mg/L and monthly average 
concentration of between 0.7 mg/L and 0.9 
mg/L
5.1.2	Repealed 
5.1.3	If any bacteriological quality sample contains E. coli or Total coliform, 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 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 
5.1.6 does not meet the chlorine residual 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 as the 
first sample, and
(c)	resample and analyze the chlorine residual from
(i)	a service connection upstream from the location of the first sample, 
and 
(ii)	a service connection downstream from the location of the first 
sample.
5.1.3.2 	In the event that the chlorine residual in any of the sample results in section 
5.1.3.1(b) or 5.1.3.1(c) is less than 0.1 mg/L chlorine, the registration holder 
shall immediately report the incident to the Director by telephone at 1-780-
422-4505.
5.1.3.3 	If a system is registered under the Act at the time this subsection comes into 
force, the requirements with respect to disinfection CT in Table 5-1 and 
Table 5-2 do not apply until the virus disinfection standard is applied in 
accordance with the Potable Water Regulation.
5.1.3.4 	If the Director has exempted the registration holder from 4-log virus 
reduction performance monitoring, by notice in writing, the requirements 
with respect to disinfection CT in Table 5-1 and Table 5-2 do not apply.
5.1.3.5 	If the Director has exempted the registration holder from 4-log virus 
reduction performance monitoring by notice in writing, the registration 
holder shall:
(a)	undertake a source sanitary survey of the waterworks system at least 
once every five years; and
(b)	submit the source sanitary survey to the Director prior to the 5th 
anniversary of the previous source sanitary survey.
5.1.3.6	If iron reduction is practiced and the iron concentration in the water entering 
the distribution, based on the weekly average of all the results taken, is 
greater than 0.3 mg/L the registration holder shall:
(a)	notify the Director at 1-780-422-4505; and
(b)	take the corrective action required to reduce the iron concentrations to 
less than 0.3 mg/L for the next monitoring period.
5.1.3.7	If manganese reduction is practiced and the manganese concentration in the 
water entering the distribution system, based on a weekly average of all the 
results taken, is greater than 0.08 mg/L the registration holder shall:
(a)	notify the Director at 1-780-422-4505; and
(b)	take the corrective action required to reduce the iron concentrations to 
less than 0.08 mg/L for the next monitoring period.
5.1.3.8	If the concentration of a parameter where treatment is provided to reduce the 
concentration for aesthetic purposes is greater than the aesthetic objective 
specified in the GCDWQ, based on the weekly average of all samples taken, 
the registration holder shall:
(a)	notify the Director at 1-780-422-4505; and
(b)	take the corrective action required to reduce the parameter 
concentration to less than the aesthetic objective for the next monitoring 
period.
Raw Water Monitoring
5.1.4	If a waterworks system practices fluoridation, the registration holder shall 
monitor raw water for fluoride concentration in the following manner:
(a)	at least once per week; and
(b)	at a location in the waterworks system prior to the addition of fluoride.
5.1.5	If the waterworks system has treatment to reduce iron or manganese, the 
registration holder shall monitor raw water for iron or manganese as 
applicable:
(a)	at least once per week; and
(b)	at a location in the waterworks system prior to any chemical addition or 
treatment unit.
5.1.5.1	If the waterworks system has treatment for an aesthetic parameter listed in 
the GCDWQ, the registration holder shall monitor raw water for the 
concentration of that parameter:
(a)	at least once per week; and
(b)	at a location in the waterworks system prior to any chemical addition or 
treatment unit.
Potable Water Monitoring
5.1.6	The registration holder shall monitor the potable water in the waterworks 
system in accordance with Table 5-2, unless otherwise specified in writing 
by the Director. 


TABLE 5-2:	POTABLE WATER MONITORING LOCATION AND 
FREQUENCY
Parameter
Type of 
System
Sample Type
Monitoring 
Location
Minimum 
Monitoring 
Frequency and 
Minimum Number 
of Samples
Bacteriological
All systems
Grab
At random 
location(s) 
within the water 
distribution 
system
The frequency and 
number of samples as 
set out in the 
GCDWQ, without 
any reduction
Volume for CT 
calculation, 
subject to 
sections 5.1.3.3 
and 5.1.3.4
All systems
(a) Calculated, 
based on 
continuous 
depth 
monitoring

or
Clearwell 
reservoir
(a) One depth 
measurement every 
hour, recording all 
results and reporting 
the minimum volume 
for each day, 
or


(b) Calculated, 
based on 
controlled 
minimum 
water volume

(b) Calculated and 
reported when setting 
or changing 
minimum volume 
control point.
Disinfectant 
residual (C) for 
CT calculation, 
subject to 
sections 5.1.3.3 
and 5.1.3.4
All systems
(a) or (b)
(a) Grab











or
Prior to entering 
the distribution 
system, at the 
point where the 
CT is measured
(a) or (b)
(a) One sample per 
day, five days per 
week; 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


(b) Continuous

(b) One sample, 
every five minutes, 
recording all results 
and reporting the 
minimum value for 
each day.
CT lowest actual, 
subject to 
sections 5.1.3.3 
and 5.1.3.4
Systems 
without 
continuous 
disinfection 
residual 
monitoring







or
Calculated
Prior to entering 
the distribution 
system, at the 
point where the 
CT is measured
(a) One calculation 
per day, five days per 
week; 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

Systems 
with 
continuous 
disinfection 
residual 
monitoring


(b) One calculation 
for each day and one 
calculation if:
i) volume < 
minimum volume 
control point, or
ii) Flow > flow 
control point setting
CTrequired, 
subject to 
sections 5.1.3.3 
and 5.1.3.4
All systems
Calculated
N/A
One calculation per 
month and each time 
the Vmin setting or 
Qpeak is changed.
CT performance ratio, 
subject to 
sections 5.1.3.3 
and 5.1.3.4
Systems 
without 
continuous 
disinfection 
residual 
monitoring






or
Calculated
Prior to entering 
the distribution 
system, at the 
point where the 
CT is measured
(a) One sample per 
day, five days per 
week; 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

Systems 
with 
continuous 
disinfection 
residual 
monitoring


(b) One calculation 
for each day and one 
calculation if:
i) volume < 
minimum volume 
control point, or
ii) Flow > flow 
control point setting
Flow (Qpeak), for 
CT calculation, 
subject to 
sections 5.1.3.3 
and 5.1.3.4
All systems
Continuous






or
Prior to entering 
the distribution 
system, at the 
point where the 
CT is measured
(a) One sample, 
every five minutes, 
recording all results 
and reporting the 
minimum value for 
each day,

or


Calculated, 
based on 
controlled 
maximum 
flow.

(b) Calculated and 
reported when setting 
or changing 
maximum flow 
control point.
Temperature, 
for CT 
calculation, 
subject to 
sections 5.1.3.3 
and 5.1.3.4
All systems
Grab
Prior to entering 
the distribution 
system, at the 
point where the 
CT is measured
One sample per 
month.
Chlorine 
residual
All systems
(a) and either 
(b) or (c)

(a) Grab,




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

(a) At the same 
location as the 
bacteriological 
quality sample is 
collected 
and
(a) and either (b) or 
(c)

(a) One sample, taken 
at the same time as 
the bacteriological 
quality sample is 
collected
and


(b) Grab











or
(b) At random 
location(s) 
within the water 
distribution 
system, 







or
(b) One sample per 
day, five days per 
week; 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


(c)Continuous
(c) at the point of 
entry into the 
water 
distribution 
system
(c) One sample, 
every five minutes, 
recording all results 
and reporting the 
minimum value for 
each day
The physical, 
organic and 
inorganic 
chemical and 
pesticide 
parameters 
listed in the 
Compliance 
Monitoring 
section of the 
Standards and 
Guidelines 
Document, 
except UV 
absorbance, 
trihalomethanes 
and chloramines
Single well 
system
Grab
After treatment 
within the water 
distribution 
system
One sample per year. 
Despite this 
requirement, if the 
results of the most 
recent samples 
indicate that the 
applicable MAC has 
been complied with, 
the 
(a) physical and 
inorganic chemical 
parameters shall be 
sampled once every 
three years, and
(b) organic chemical 
and pesticide 
parameters shall be 
sampled once every 
five years.

Multiple 
well fields 
within a 
single 
system, in 
which 
water is 
blended 
prior to 
entry into 
the water 
distribution 
system
Grab
After treatment 
within the water 
distribution 
system, at a 
location where 
the water from 
all well fields has 
been blended
One sample per year. 
Despite this 
requirement, if the 
results of the most 
recent samples 
indicate that the 
applicable MAC has 
been complied with, 
the 
(a) physical and 
inorganic chemical 
parameters shall be 
sampled once every 
three years, and
(b) organic chemical 
and pesticide 
parameters shall be 
sampled once every 
five years.
The physical, 
organic and 
inorganic 
chemical and 
pesticide 
parameters 
listed in the 
Compliance 
Monitoring 
section of the 
Standards and 
Guidelines 
Document, 
except UV 
absorbance, 
trihalomethanes 
and chloramines
(continued)
Multiple 
well fields 
within a 
single 
system in 
which 
water is not 
blended 
prior to 
entry into 
the water 
distribution 
system
Grab
At the chosen 
well(s), after 
treatment, at the 
point of entry 
into the water 
distribution 
system
At least one well 
monitored each year, 
rotated so that all 
wells have been 
monitored within the 
previous 3 years.
Despite this 
requirement, if the 
results of the most 
recent samples 
indicate that the 
applicable MAC has 
been complied with, 
the 
(a) physical and 
inorganic chemical 
parameters shall be 
sampled once every 
three years, and
(b) organic chemical 
and pesticide 
parameters shall be 
sampled once every 
five years.
All aesthetic 
parameters for 
which treatment 
is provided, 
except iron and 
manganese
All systems 
practicing 
treatment 
for 
aesthetic 
parameters 
other than 
iron and 
manganese
(a) or (b)
(a) Grab






or
After treatment, 
prior to entering 
the distribution 
system
(a) or (b)
(a) One sample per 
week





or


(b) Continuous

(b) One sample, 
every five minutes, 
recording all results 
and reporting the 
maximum value for 
each week
Iron
All systems 
practicing 
iron 
reduction
(a) or (b)
(a) Grab








or
After treatment, 
prior to entering 
the distribution 
system
(a) or (b)
(a) One sample per 
day, five days per 
week; if a statutory 
holiday falls on a 
monitoring day 
within that week, 
monitoring is not 
required on that day

or


(b) Continuous

(b) One sample, 
every five minutes, 
recording all results 
and reporting the 
maximum value for 
each day
Manganese
All systems 
practicing 
manganese 
reduction
(a) or (b)
(a) Grab








or
After treatment, 
prior to entering 
the distribution 
system
(a) or (b)
(a) One sample per 
day, five days per 
week; if a statutory 
holiday falls on a 
monitoring day 
within that week, 
monitoring is not 
required on that day,

or


(b) Continuous

(b) One sample, 
every five minutes, 
recording all results 
and reporting the 
maximum value for 
each day
Fluoride
All systems 
practicing 
fluoridation
(a) or (b)
(a) Grab



or
Prior to entering 
the distribution 
system
(a) or (b)
(a) One sample per 
day, seven days per 
week

or


(b) Continuous

(b) One sample, 
every five minutes
5.1.7	In the event of a repair within the water distribution system, in addition to 
the monitoring required in section 5.1.6, 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
5.1.8	Repealed
5.1.8.1	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 total organic carbon concentration in the raw 
water is less than 2 mg/L and:
(i)	the trihalomethane concentrations in any sample are greater than 
the applicable MAC, or no analytical results are available:
(A)	the registration holder shall take two grab samples per year, 
one sample taken during the summer and one sample taken 
during the winter;
(B)	the registration holder shall take all samples at a location 
furthest from the point at which the water enters the 
distribution system; or
(ii)	the trihalomethane concentrations in all samples in the previous 
sampling event are less than the applicable MAC:
(A)	the registration holder shall take two grab samples every three 
years, one sample taken during the summer and one sample 
taken during the winter;
(B)	the registration holder shall take all samples at a location 
furthest from the point at which the water enters the 
distribution system; or
(b)	for systems where the total organic carbon concentration in the raw 
water is greater than 2 mg/L and:
(i)	the trihalomethane concentrations in any sample are greater than 
the applicable MAC, or no analytical results are available:
(A)	the registration holder shall take four grab samples per year, 
one sample taken during each of the four seasons;
(B)	the registration holder shall take all samples at a location 
furthest from the point at which the water enters the 
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 are less than the applicable MAC:
(A)	the registration holder shall take four grab samples every three 
years, one sample taken during each of the four seasons;
(B)	the registration holder shall take all samples at a location 
furthest from the point at which the water enters the 
distribution system; and
(C)	there shall be a minimum of two months between samples.
5.1.9 to 5.1.11 Repealed
Additional Measurements
5.1.12	Repealed
5.1.12.1	The registration holder shall measure the total water volume entering the 
distribution system as required to fulfil the requirements of 5.1.14 and the 
total water volume entering the distribution system shall be computed a 
minimum of once per month.
5.1.13	If the waterworks system practices fluoridation, the registration holder shall 
measure the following on a daily basis: 
(a)	the total daily volume of water to which fluoride is added; and
(b)	the total daily weight of fluoride added to the water;
5.1.14	If the registration holder adds any treatment chemical to the waterworks 
system, the dosage of each chemical, other than fluoride 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 
seven (7) calendar days divided by the total volume of water to which 
the chemical was added in that time period; 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:  WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT
6.1.1	The registration holder shall dispose of wastewater only:
(a)	to a wastewater collection system, that is part of a wastewater system 
that is the subject of a valid approval, registration or permit, as 
applicable, or 
(b)	as otherwise authorized in writing by the Director.


PART 7:  RECLAMATION REQUIREMENTS
7.1.1	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.
7.1.2	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.
7.1.3	No person shall commence reclamation of the waterworks system until that 
person has received written authorization from the Director for the 
reclamation.
7.1.4	Any person conducting reclamation of the waterworks system shall comply 
with the reclamation plan, as authorized in writing by the Director.
PART 8:  REPORTING REQUIREMENTS
Contravention Reporting
8.1.1	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.
8.1.2	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 8.1.1, any structural or equipment 
malfunction in the waterworks system that may affect the quality or supply 
of potable water.
8.1.3	In addition to the immediate report in section 8.1.1, 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.
8.1.4	The report required under section 8.1.3 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
8.1.5	The registration holder shall compile and retain monthly reports.
8.1.6	The monthly report in section 8.1.5 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
8.1.7	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.
8.1.7.1	Until a notice under section 8.1.9 is issued by the Director, the registration 
holder shall submit to the Director the annual report in section 8.1.7, by 
February 28 of the year following the calendar year in which the information 
on which the report is based was collected.
8.1.8	The annual report in section 8.1.7 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
8.1.9	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 8.1.5 and 8.1.7.1 of 
this Code of Practice. 
8.1.10 	The registration holder who receives a notice as specified in section 8.1.9 
shall comply with the notice.
PART 9:  RECORD KEEPING REQUIREMENTS
9.1.1	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,
(C)	treatment chemical dosages,
(D)	iron and manganese concentrations, and
(E)	all fluoridation information 
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.
9.1.2	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 8.1.3 and 8.1.4, and
(c)	all physical, organic and inorganic chemical and pesticide analytical 
results required pursuant to this Code of Practice, excluding daily 
monitoring. 
9.1.3	The results and records in sections 9.1.1(b) and 9.1.2(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.
9.1.4	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 10: CODE OF PRACTICE ADMINISTRATION
10.1.1	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.
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 December 31, 2008
Function: MacKenzie River Basin Board meeting with Ministers 
Purpose: To discuss the MacKenzie River Basin and the future work to be done.  
Amount: $729.16 
Date: July 2-3, 2008 
Location: Edmonton
Function: Tripartite Air Shed Management working group meeting 
Purpose: To continue work on final report for the Canadian Council of Ministers of 
the Environment. 
Amount: $2,821.97 
Date: Aug 12-13, 2008 
Location: Calgary
Function: Meeting with First Nations Group 
Purpose: To discuss Water Management Framework of the Athabasca River and the 
development of a Management Framework for the Muskeg River 
Amount: $642.62 
Date: Sep 5, 2008 
Location: Fort McMurray
Function: Water Steering Committee Meeting 
Purpose: To provide updates and status reports on various items and to confirm a 
work plan for the Industrial Heartland Cumulative Effects Management Project 
Amount: $746.54 
Date: Sep 11, 2008 
Location: Edmonton
Function: Cumulative Effects Management and Industrial Heartland Sustainability 
Report Workshop 
Purpose: To develop and provide background for Alberta Environment's first 
Cumulative Effects Sustainability Report 
Amount: $672.50 
Date: Sep 16, 2008 
Location: Edmonton
Function: Athabasca Watershed Planning and Advisory Council (WPAC) focus 
group meeting 
Purpose: To understand what various sector needs from and can contribute to the 
Athabasca WPAC 
Amount: $1,064.78 
Date: Oct 1, 2008 
Location: Athabasca
Function: 2008 Alberta Urban Municipalities Association Conference 
Purpose: Conference with urban Municipalities to discuss critical issues 
Amount: $901.32 
Date: Oct 1-3, 2008 
Location: Edmonton
Function: Calgary and Region Waste Reduction Partnership and Capital Region 
Waste Minimization Committee meeting 
Purpose: Committees to discuss waste management and recycling issues and 
potential joint activities 
Amount: $1,319.79 
Date: Oct 8, 2008 
Location: Red Deer
Function: Watershed Planning and Advisory Council (WPAC) Leadership Summit 
Purpose: To discuss and define shared governance and watershed management with 
WPAC partners 
Amount: $3,979.21 
Date: Oct 20-22, 2008 
Location: Lethbridge
Function: East Central Alberta Community Leaders Workshop #3, 4 & 5 
Purpose: To provide information, history and updates on current situation, major 
trends and change factors, and how these might impact the future 
Amount and Date: $2,091.60, Oct 30-31, 2008; $920.00 Nov 25-26, 2008; 
$1,557.75 Dec 11-12, 2008 
Location: Camrose
Function: Climate Change Management Fund Update and Information Session 
Purpose: To provide an update on the structure and function of the Climate Change 
and Emissions Management Fund Board and administration 
Amount: $2,641.55 
Date: Nov 5, 2008 
Location: Edmonton
Function: Water Steering Committee Meeting 
Purpose: To provide status reports and clarification on Team Charters for the 
Industrial Heartland Cumulative Effects Management Project 
Amount: $799.24 
Date: Nov 13, 2008 
Location: Leduc
Function: Environmental emergencies conference 
Purpose: To promote an exchange of information and ideas on environmental 
emergencies. 
Amount: $3,978.00 
Date: Nov 13-14, 2008 
Location: Edmonton
Function: Public release on Water for Life strategy 
Purpose: To publicly release the renewed Water for Life strategy, action plan and 
achievements report 
Amount: $10,106.46 
Date: Nov 19, 2008 
Location: Calgary
Function: Specified Gas Emitters Regulation Program (SGER Program) meeting 
Purpose: To provide updates on SGER Program and guidance revision 
Amount, Date and Location: $1,904.00, Nov 19, 2008 Calgary; $2,337.09, Nov 20, 
2008 Edmonton 
Function: Municipal Approval Writers Meeting 
Purpose: To discuss technical and policy issues relating to regulating municipal 
systems 
Amount: $608.00 
Date: Nov 26-27, 2008 
Location: Edmonton
Finance and Enterprise
Insurance Notice
(Insurance Act)
Notice is hereby given that effective December 31, 2008, American Home 
Assurance Company withdrew from the Province of Alberta pursuant to section 53 
of the Insurance Act.
Arthur Hagan, FCIP, CRM 
Deputy Superintendent of Insurance.
_______________
Effective October 17, 2008, Lutheran Life Insurance Society of Canada changed its 
name to FaithLife Financial. 
Arthur Hagan, FCIP, CRM 
Deputy Superintendent of Insurance.
Health and Wellness
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the period July 1, 2008 to September 30, 2008
Date Paid: July 2, 2008 
Function: Emergency Medical Services Transition conference 
Purpose: Transition planning for Emergency Medical Services. 
Amount: $756.71 
Date: June16, 2008 
Location: Edmonton AB 
Date Paid: July 7, 2008 
Function: Policy Forum Meeting and Dinner 
Purpose: Federal, Provincial and Territorial Deputy Ministers attending a forum 
meeting on Health Technology Strategy in Canada. 
Amount: $2,270.47 
Date: April 29, 2008 
Location: Edmonton AB 
Date Paid: July 7, 2008 
Function: Continuing Care Strategy Planning 
Purpose: Discussion on the challenges and strategies for continuing care in Alberta. 
Amount: $1,872.80 
Date: June 26, 2008 
Location: Edmonton AB 
Date Paid: July 8, 2008 
Function: Alberta Telehealth Clinical Forum 2008 Pre-registration Event 
Purpose: Pre-registration and networking opportunities for participants to meet 
before the forum the next day. 
Amount: $1,278.72 
Date: June 12, 2008 
Location: Edmonton AB 
Date Paid: July 23, 2008 
Function: Alberta Telehealth Clinical Forum 2008 
Purpose: A forum to discuss clinical telehealth experiences arising from the clinical 
grant fund projects. The forum enabled the sharing of best practices, approaches and 
key learnings among project participants and health regions. 
Amount: $9,848.48 
Date: June 13, 2008 
Location: Edmonton AB 
Date Paid: July 24, 2008 
Function: Acupuncture Mutual Recognition Agreement Meeting 
Purpose: Review of the Mutual Recognition Agreement for Acupuncture which was 
attended by members from other provinces. 
Amount: $785.88 
Date: June 20-21, 2008 
Location: Calgary AB
Housing and Urban Affairs
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the second quarter ending September 30, 2008
Purpose: To provide an outline for the provincial 10 year plan for addressing 
homelessness in Alberta. 
Amount: $ 1,524.90 
Date: July 28 and 29, 2008 
Location: Calgary, Alberta
Infrastructure
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the period July 1, 2008 to December 31, 2008
Name: Alberta Schools Alternative Procurement (ASAP) II Industry Consultation 
Date(s): September 29, 2008 
Amount: $2,137.95 
Purpose: Informing industry contractors and consultants about the details of the 
ASAP II project that will use a made-in-Alberta P3 model to build 14 new schools in 
the Calgary and Edmonton capital regions.  
Location: Calgary, Alberta
Name: Alberta Schools Alternative Procurement (ASAP) II Industry Consultation 
Date(s): September 30, 2008 
Amount: $2,723.68 
Purpose: Informing industry contractors and consultants about the details of the 
ASAP II project that will use a made-in-Alberta P3 model to build 14 new schools in 
the Calgary and Edmonton capital regions. 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Name: Deputy Heads of Public Works Conference 
Date(s): September 29 - October 1, 2008 
Amount: $17,455.76 
Purpose: The Deputy Ministers of all provincial territorial departments with public 
works responsibilities and Public Works and Government Services Canada meet 
annually. All jurisdictions share similar issues and the meeting addresses current 
issues and facilitate the sharing of knowledge and best practice information. 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Legislative Assembly of Alberta
Time Limit for Receiving Petitions for Private Bills
2nd Session	27th Legislature
TAKE NOTICE that the time limit for receiving petitions for Private Bills, together 
with all fees and documents required under the Standing Orders of the Legislative 
Assembly, expires unconditionally on Wednesday, February 25, 2009.
W. J. David McNeil 
Clerk of the Legislative Assembly 
Province of Alberta
Municipal Affairs
Hosting Expenses exceeding $600.00 
During the period January 1, 2008 to December 31, 2008
Function: Emergency Public Warning System (EPWS) Recognition Symposium 
Purpose: Provide networking opportunities and appreciation for the broadcast 
community involved in the EPWS and promote the Alberta Emergency Management 
Agency amongst stakeholders.  
Amount: $2,045.63 
Date: January 14, 2008 
Location: Red Deer
Function: Alberta Nonprofit Sector Initiative Collaboration Committee Meeting 
Purpose: Meeting of the Collaboration Committee to discuss implementation of the 
Alberta Nonprofit/Voluntary Sector Initiative Framework. 
Amount: $1,112.20 
Date: February 6, 2008 
Location: Calgary
Function: Full day exercise of the Alberta Pandemic Influenza Operations Plan 
(APIOP) 
Purpose: Exercise the Government of Alberta consequence management and 
business continuity officers in the processes found within the APIOP. 
Amount: $1,071.56 
Date: February 7, 2008 
Location: Edmonton
Function: 2008 Assessment Review Board Training Session 
Purpose: Introduce Assessment Review Board members and clerks to their roles and 
responsibilities within the assessment and property tax system in Alberta. 
Amount: $700.85 
Date: April 9, 2008 
Location: Lethbridge
Function: Internship Supervisor Wrap Up/Orientation Session 
Purpose: Discuss the current and next year supervisors regarding the Administrator 
and Planner Internship programs. 
Amount: $1,000.00 
Date: April 17, 2008 
Location: Leduc
Function: Disaster Social Services Forum 
Purpose: Assist personnel responsible for disaster social services at the municipal 
level to become better prepared to handle their roles. 
Amount: $830.52 
Date: May 6-7, 2008 
Location: Edmonton
Function: 2008 Assessment Review Board Training Session 
Purpose: Introduce Assessment Review Board members and clerks to their roles and 
responsibilities within the assessment and property tax system in Alberta. 
Amount: $988.96 
Date: May 7, 2008 
Location: St. Albert
Function: 2008 Assessment Review Board Training Session 
Purpose: Introduce Assessment Review Board members and clerks to their roles and 
responsibilities within the assessment and property tax system in Alberta. 
Amount: $859.36 
Date: May 14, 2008 
Location: Grande Prairie
Function: 2008 Assessment Review Board Training Session 
Purpose: Introduce Assessment Review Board members and clerks to their roles and 
responsibilities within the assessment and property tax system in Alberta. 
Amount: $864.80 
Date: May 21, 2008 
Location: Vermilion
Function: Minister's News Release  
Purpose: Provide catering services for the Minister's news release for High Intensity 
Residential Fires 
Amount: $1,361.15 
Date: May 23, 2008 
Location: Edmonton
Function: 2008 Assessment Review Board Training Session 
Purpose: Introduce Assessment Review Board members and clerks to their roles and 
responsibilities within the assessment and property tax system in Alberta. 
Amount: $1,070.75 
Date: May 28, 2008 
Location: Leduc
Function: Emergency Management Symposium 
Purpose: Full day symposium attended by staff from the Federal and Provincial 
government involved with emergency management. The main theme of the 
symposium was Federal Partners and how they can assist the Provincial Government. 
Amount: $2,063.88 
Date: June 3, 2008 
Location: Edmonton
Function: Municipal Internship Program - Intern Orientation Session 
Purpose: Introduce new interns to the Municipal Internship Program. 
Amount: $7,185.62 
Date: June 4-6, 2008 
Location: Edmonton
Function: 2008 Information and Consultation Sessions - Assessment Services 
Branch 
Purpose: Consultation with stakeholders on assessment and taxation matters and to 
give updates on current and proposed initiatives. 
Amount: $1,009.36 
Date: June 6, 2008 
Location: Red Deer
Function: 2008 Information and Consultation Sessions - Assessment Services 
Branch 
Purpose: Consultation with stakeholders on assessment and taxation matters and to 
give updates on current and proposed initiatives. 
Amount: $1,062.65 
Date: June 12, 2008 
Location: Calgary
Function: 2008 Information and Consultation Sessions - Assessment Services 
Branch 
Purpose: Consultation with stakeholders on assessment and taxation matters and to 
give updates on current and proposed initiatives. 
Amount: $1,155.31 
Date: June 17, 2008 
Location: Edmonton
Function: 2008 Information and Consultation Sessions - Assessment Services 
Branch 
Purpose: Consultation with stakeholders on assessment and taxation matters and to 
give updates on current and proposed initiatives. 
Amount: $612.24 
Date: June 19, 2008 
Location: Grande Prairie
Function: Meeting with Capital Region Board 
Purpose: Discuss cost allocations with Capital Region Board. 
Amount: $2,127.45 
Date: June 25, 2008 
Location: Edmonton
Function: Dinner hosted by the Alberta Emergency Management Agency (AEMA) 
Purpose: AEMA hosted dinner for Federal/Provincial/Territorial Deputy Ministers 
responsible for emergency management. 
Amount: $718.50 
Date: June 25, 2008 
Location: Quebec City
Function: Residential Construction Practices Consultation 
Purpose: Discuss with home owners and key stakeholders details of the Building 
Envelope Survey and respond to issues related to residential construction practices. 
Amount: $972.92 
Date: August 18-19, 2008 
Location: Calgary
Function: Residential Construction Practices Consultation 
Purpose: Discuss with home owners and key stakeholders details of the Building 
Envelope Survey and respond to issues related to residential construction practices. 
Amount: $982.44 
Date: August 20, 2008 
Location: Edmonton
Function: Minister's Regional Consultations 
Purpose: Consultation sessions conducted with municipal officials (elected and 
administrative) to discuss municipal challenges and issues. 
Amount: $805.93 
Date: August 21, 2008 
Location: Nisku
Function: Municipal Government Board (MGB) Recognition Evening 
Purpose: Recognition dinner for retiring board members. 
Amount: $3,278.16 
Date: September 11, 2008 
Location: Edmonton
Function: MLA Library Consultation 
Purpose: Lead a consultation process on the development of a new framework for 
province-wide library service that addresses current challenges and focuses on 
meeting library service needs of the future. 
Amount: $750.00 
Date: September 25, 2008 
Location: Lethbridge
Function: Meet The Minister - Open House 
Purpose: Provide opportunity for representatives from rural and urban municipalities 
to meet the Minister, obtain information and discuss concerns. 
Amount: $9,075.96 
Date: October 1, 2008 
Location: Edmonton
Function: Municipal Sustainability Initiative (MSI) Information Sessions 
Purpose: For local government administrators and staff preparing grant 
documentation, with focus on the objective of the MSI to address growth pressures 
through long-term infrastructure planning. 
Amount: $1,962.37 
Date: October 15, 2008 
Location: Leduc
Function: Municipal Sustainability Initiative (MSI) Information Sessions 
Purpose: For local government administrators and staff preparing grant 
documentation, with focus on the objective of the MSI to address growth pressures 
through long-term infrastructure planning. 
Amount: $1,159.35 
Date: October 17, 2008 
Location: Peace River
Function: Municipal Internship Program - Executive Week 
Purpose: Provide interns with a better understanding of Municipal Affairs and other 
provincial ministries and to help develop their professional network during their 
internship. 
Amount: $5,922.05 
Date: October 20-22, 24, 2008 
Location: Leduc
Function: Municipal Internship Program - An Evening with the Minister 
Purpose: Provide interns with the opportunity to meet the Minister and network with 
other employees in the Ministry. 
Amount: $1,400.68 
Date: October 21, 2008 
Location: Edmonton
Function: Municipal Sustainability Initiative (MSI) Information Sessions 
Purpose: For local government administrators and staff preparing grant 
documentation, with focus on the objective of the MSI to address growth pressures 
through long-term infrastructure planning. 
Amount: $1,024.62 
Date: October 23, 2008 
Location: Airdrie
Function: Municipal Internship Program - Executive Week 
Purpose: Provide interns with a better understanding of Municipal Affairs and other 
provincial ministries and to develop their professional network during their 
internship. 
Amount: $3,367.83 
Date: October 23, 2008 
Location: Leduc
Function: Municipal Sustainability Initiative (MSI) Information Sessions 
Purpose: For local government administrators and staff preparing grant 
documentation, with focus on the objective of the MSI to address growth pressures 
through long-term infrastructure planning. 
Amount: $1,360.03 
Date: October 30, 2008 
Location: Red Deer 
Function: Municipal Sustainability Initiative (MSI) Information Sessions 
Purpose: For local government administrators and staff preparing grant 
documentation, with focus on the objective of the MSI to address growth pressures 
through long-term infrastructure planning. 
Amount: $2,124.98 
Date: November 5, 2008 
Location: Lethbridge
Function: Alberta Association of Municipal Districts and Counties (AAMD&C) Fall 
2008 Convention -Minister's Open House 
Purpose: Promote the relationship with elected officials in municipalities from across 
the province. 
Amount: $12,659.44 
Date: November 11-14, 2008 
Location: Peace River
Function: 2008/09 Linear Assessment Complaint Workshop 
Purpose: An annual event hosted by the Municipal Government Board (MGB) to 
improve client understanding of linear assessment functions and linear complaint 
processes. 
Amount: $620.81 
Date: December 9, 2008 
Location: Edmonton


Notice of the Mailing of the 
2008 Assessment Year 
Linear Property Assessment Notices
(Municipal Government Act)
Pursuant to Section 311 of the Municipal Government Act Revised Statutes of Alberta 
2000 cM-26 as amended, the 2008 Linear Property Assessment Notices have been 
sent to all assessed linear property owners with copies to the affected municipalities. 
All assessed persons are deemed to have received their linear property assessment 
notices as a result of the publication of this notice.
Questions concerning linear property assessment notices can be directed to the 
Assessment Services Branch of Municipal Affairs at (780) 422-1377 or toll free at 
310-0000.
The linear property assessment roll is open for viewing year round. A copy can be 
found at:
2nd Floor of Centre 70, 7015 Macleod Trail SW, Calgary, AB and 
15th Floor of Commerce Place, 10155 - 102 Street, Edmonton, AB
Safety Codes Council
(Safety Codes Act)
Agency Accreditation
Pursuant to Section 30 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that 
Outwest Inspection Services, Accreditation No.A000837, Order No. 2681
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
provide services under the Safety Codes Act for Building. Consisting of all parts of 
the Alberta Building Code including applicable Alberta Amendments and regulations.
Accredited Date: January 26, 2009	Issued Date: January 26, 2009


Agency Accreditation - Cancellation
Pursuant to Section 30 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that 
JTech Electrical Inspection & Consulting Ltd., Accreditation No.A000296, Order 
No. 1482
Is to cease services under the Safety Codes Act for Electrical. Consisting of all parts 
of the Canadian Electrical Code, Code for Electrical Installations at Oil & Gas 
Facilities and Alberta Electrical Utility Code.
Accredited Date: October 21, 2003	Issued Date: January 14, 2009
Sustainable Resource Development
Alberta Fishery Regulations, 1998
Notice of Variation Order 42-2008
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 42-2008 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 42-2008 commercial fishing is permitted in accordance 
with the following schedule.
SCHEDULE 
PART 1
Item - 1 
Column 1 Waters - In respect of: (55.1) Lesser Slave Lake (74-11-W5) - that 
portion east of the eastern boundary of Range 10, west of the 5th Meridian 
Column 2 Gear - Gill net not less than 127 mm mesh 
Column 3 Open Time - A. In respect of Lesser Slave Lake excluding the following 
portions: - that portion within 1.0 km (0.6 miles) of the outlet of the Swan River in 
NW 22-74-9-W5; - that portion west of a line drawn from the point of land in the 
SW8-74-8-W5 (11 U E 614260, N 6139740) locally known as the west side of 
Willow Point at the mouth of the Assineau River, to the point of land in the 
SW26-75-8-W5 (11 U E 617677, N 6154610) locally known as Big Stony Point; 
and - that portion which is less 50 feet (15.24 m) in depth: 08:00 hours January 19, 
2009 to 16:00 hours February 19, 2009 B. In respect of all other waters: Closed.
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 41,359 kg; 2) Walleye: 3,073 kg; 
3) Yellow perch: 50 kg; 4) Northern pike: 1,341 kg; 5) Tullibee: 2,450 kg; 6) Lake 
trout: 1 kg.
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Notice of Variation Order 43-2008
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 43-2008 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 43-2008 commercial fishing is permitted in accordance 
with the following schedule.
SCHEDULE 
PART 1
Item - 1 
Column 1 Waters - In respect of: (55.1) Lesser Slave Lake (74-11-W5) - that 
portion east of the eastern boundary of Range 10, west of the 5th Meridian 
Column 2 Gear - Gill net not less than 127 mm mesh 
Column 3 Open Time - A. In respect of Lesser Slave Lake excluding the following 
portions: a) that portion within 1.0 km (0.6 miles) of the outlet of the Swan River in 
NW 22-74-9-W5; b) that portion west of a line drawn from the point of land in the 
SW8-74-8-W5 (11 U E 614260, N 6139740) locally known as the west side of 
Willow Point at the mouth of the Assineau River, to the point of land in the SW26-
75-8-W5 (11 U E 617677, N 6154610) locally known as Big Stony Point; c) that 
portion that is less than 30 feet (9.15 m) in depth south and east of a line drawn 
from the point of land in SW 26-73-7-W5M (UTMs: E 628702 / N 6135803) 
locally known as Nine Mile Point, to the mouth of Lily Creek located in NW 14-
74-6-W5M (UTMs: E 638347 / N 6143144); and d) that portion that is less 50 feet 
(15.24 m) in depth that is north and west of the line described in point (c) and 
east of the line described in point (b): 08:00 hours January 19, 2009 to 16:00 hours 
February 19, 2009 B. In respect of all other waters: Closed.
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 41,359 kg; 2) Walleye: 3,073 kg; 
3) Yellow perch: 50 kg; 4) Northern pike: 1,341 kg; 5) Tullibee: 2,450 kg; 6) Lake 
trout: 1 kg.
Notice of Variation Order 44-2008
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 44-2008 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 44-2008 commercial fishing is permitted in accordance 
with the following schedule.
SCHEDULE 
PART 1
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; 08:00 hours March 12, 2009 to 16:00 hours March 15, 2009
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.
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Notice of Variation Order 45-2008
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 45-2008 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 45-2008 commercial fishing is permitted in accordance 
with the following schedule.
SCHEDULE 
PART 1
Item - 1 
Column 1 Waters - (38) Graham Lake (87-4-W5) 
Column 2 Gear - Gill net not less than 152 mm mesh 
Column 3 Open Time - A. In respect of Graham Lake : - that portion greater than 25 
feet (7.62 m) in depth and south of a line drawn from the point of land in SW 21-87-
4-W5 (11 U 648639 E, 6270650 N) to the point of land in SW 25-87-4-W5 (11 U 
653213 E, 6272115 N): 08:00 hours February 2, 2009 to 16:00 hours February 9, 
2009 B. In respect of all other waters: Closed
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 14,000 kg; 2) Walleye: 450 kg; 3) 
Yellow perch: 200 kg; 4) Northern pike: 1,000 kg; 5) Tullibee: 1 kg; 6) Lake trout: 1 
kg.
Column 1 Waters - (56) Little Bow Lake (14-20-W4) 
Column 2 Gear - Gill net not less than 140 mm mesh 
Column 3 Open Time - 08:00 hours January 26, 2009 to 16:00 hours February 1, 
2009.
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 13,600 kg; 2) Walleye: 125 kg; 3) 
Yellow perch: 1 kg; 4) Northern pike: 450 kg; 5) Tullibee: 1 kg; 6) Lake trout: 1 kg.
ADVERTISEMENTS
Notice of Application for Amendment of Private Act
Caritas Health Group Act
Notice is hereby given that petitions will be submitted by Caritas Health Group to the 
Lieutenant Governor and the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Alberta at the 
2009 Spring session of the Legislature of the Province of Alberta for the passage of a 
Bill to amend the private act, namely:
Caritas Health Group Act, S.A. 1992, c.39
Caritas Health Group along with the following Catholic organizations: St. Joseph's 
Hospital of Edmonton; St. Mary's Hospital, Camrose; St. Joseph's General Hospital, 
Vegreville; Youville Home (Grey Nuns) of St. Albert; The Bonnyville Health Centre; 
Our Lady of the Rosary Hospital, Castor; St. Mary's Health Care Centre, Trochu; 
Mary Immaculate Hospital of Mundare; St. Michael's Health Centre; Banff Mineral 
Springs Hospital Corporation; and Killam General Hospital (the "amalgamating 
corporations") are to be amalgamated into one corporate entity under the name 
"Covenant Health".
The proposed amendments will also:
1.	Delete reference in the Act to "The Alberta Catholic Hospitals Foundation 
and the Sisters of Charity of Montreal "Grey Nuns" " and in its place 
substitute "Catholic Health of Alberta".
2.	Provide that the property of each amalgamating corporation will be the 
property of Covenant Health and that any bequest, legacy, device or gift 
made in name of or for the benefit of an amalgamating corporation be 
deemed to be for Covenant Health.
3.	Provide that Covenant Health assume and be responsible for the liabilities of 
each of the amalgamating corporations and that any cause of action, claim or 
liability to prosecution be unaffected by the amalgamation.
4.	Provide that a civil, criminal or administrative action or proceeding pending 
by or against an amalgamating corporation may be continued to be 
prosecuted by or against Covenant Health and further that any conviction 
against, or ruling, order or judgment in favour of or against an 
amalgamating corporation may be enforced by or against Covenant Health.
5.	Provide that the members and directors of Covenant Health at time of 
amalgamation will be the same persons that were members and directors of 
Caritas Health Group.
6.	Provide that the bylaws for Covenant Health in effect upon the 
amalgamation will be the bylaws of Caritas Health Group corporation. 
7.	Provide that any contracts to which an amalgamating corporation is party 
and which give exclusive rights to any person, shall, in respect of such 
exclusive rights, be applicable only to the facilities previously operated by 
such amalgamating corporation. 
8.	Provide that if Catholic Health of Alberta ceases to exist, any reference in 
the Act to Catholic Health of Alberta shall be deemed to refer to the 
Catholic Archdiocese of Edmonton and that if the Canadian Conference of 
Catholic Bishops ceases to exist any reference in the Act to the Canadian 
Conference of Catholic Bishops shall be deemed to refer to the Catholic 
Archbishop of Edmonton.
9.	Provide that the following acts to be repealed upon the amalgamation 
coming into effect: An Act to incorporate St. Joseph's Hospital of 
Edmonton; An Act to Incorporate St. Mary's Hospital, Camrose; An Act to 
Incorporate St. Joseph's General Hospital, Vegreville; An Act to Incorporate 
Youville Home (Grey Nuns) of St. Albert; The Bonnyville Health Centre 
Act; The Our Lady of the Rosary Hospital, Castor Act; St. Mary's Health 
Care Centre, Trochu Act; and Mary Immaculate Hospital of Mundare Act.
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 representation 
relevant to this application. Correspondence should be addressed to the Office of 
Parliamentary Counsel, 800 Legislature Annex, 9718 - 107 Street, Edmonton, 
Alberta, T5K 1E4. Telephone 780-422-4837. Fax 780-427-0744.
Dated at Edmonton, Alberta, this 2nd day of February, 2009
Margaret L. Mrazek Q.C., Counsel for Caritas Health Group 
c/o Room 5Y35 - 11111 Jasper Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T5K 0L4 
Notice of Certificate of Intent to Dissolve
(Business Corporations Act)
Notice is hereby given that a Certificate of Intent to Dissolve was issued to 287108 
Alberta Ltd. on January 13, 2009.
Dated at Calgary, Alberta on January 21, 2009.
James W. Dunphy, Barrister & Solicitor.
_______________
Notice is hereby given that a Certificate of Intent to Dissolve was issued to Firecode 
Engineering Ltd. on May 1, 2008.
Dated at Calgary, Alberta, May 1, 2008.
Jim N. M. Strilchuk, Solicitor.
_______________
Notice is hereby given that a Certificate of Intent to Dissolve was issued to Quality 
Color Press Inc. on October 1, 2002.
Dated at Calgary, Alberta, January 28, 2009.
Pierre P.G. Magnan 
Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP, Barristers & Solicitors.
Public Sale of Land
(Municipal Government Act)
City of Medicine Hat
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the City of Medicine Hat will offer for sale, by public auction, in Meeting Room M-1, 
Main Floor, City Hall, Medicine Hat, Alberta, on Tuesday, March 31, 2009, at 9:00 
a.m., the following lands:
Lot
Blk.
Plan
LINC
Title No.
Address
9
F
59454
0016529134
911240274
1066 Yuill Street SE
2 & 3
5
7670AN
0018598848
941203220
616 Industrial Avenue SE
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 City of Medicine Hat 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 Medicine Hat, Alberta, January 26, 2009.
Lisa Dykema, Collection Officer.
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Lamont County
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
Lamont County will offer for sale, by public auction, in the County Office, 5303 - 50 
Avenue, Lamont, Alberta, on Monday, March 30, 2009, at 1:00 p.m., the following 
lands:
Lot
Blk.
Plan
Acres
C. of T.
56
RLY
1229EO
17.85
942346966

Pt. of Sec.
Sec.
Twp.
Rge.
M.
Acres
C. of T.
NE
30
56
15
4
4.85
982140751
SW
36
55
16
4
160.00
992152831
NW
30
56
15
4
99.00
992134211
NW
32
56
15
4
157.70
982114092
SW
32
56
15
4
159.50
16Q238
NE
19
57
17
4
160.00
982114091
SE
19
57
17
4
160.00
982114091+1
NW
26
56
16
4
9.90
86L192
NW
05
52
16
4
9.09
002362897
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.
Lamont County may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel of land 
not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Cash, Certified Cheque or Money Order in full, day of sale.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Lamont, Alberta, December 17, 2008.
Allan Harvey, County Manager.
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Municipal District of Acadia #34
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Municipal District of Acadia #34 will offer for sale, by public auction, in the 
Municipal District of Acadia #34 Council Chambers located at #9 - Main Street, 
Acadia Valley, Alberta, on Tuesday, March 31, 2009, at 11:00 a.m., the following 
lands (located in the Hamlet of Acadia Valley):
Lot
Block
Plan
Certificate of Title
LINC#
12
2
6630DR
801 147 615
0018 808 543
Each parcel will be offered for sale, subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations 
and conditions contained in the existing certificate of title.
The land is being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis, and the Municipal 
District of Acadia #34 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 Municipal District of Acadia #34 may, after the public auction, become the 
owner of any parcel of land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Cash, Money Order or Certified Cheque (payable immediately).
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Acadia Valley, Alberta, January 28, 2009.
Gary E. Peers, Municipal Administrator.
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Municipal District of Lesser Slave River No. 124
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Municipal District of Lesser Slave River No. 124 will offer for sale, by public 
auction, in the Council Chambers at the MD Administration Office located east of 
Slave Lake, Alberta, on Highway 2 on Monday, March 30, 2009, at 10:00 a.m., the 
following lands:
Roll 
Number
Pt. of Sec., Sec., Twp., Rge., M.
Location
C. of T.
185506
SW 18-71-26-W4M
East of Slave 
Lake
802 124 048
042899
SE 33-73-7-W5M
Widewater
942 358 931

Roll 
Number
Lot
Block
Plan
Location
C. of T.
209946
26
2
812 1075
Lawrence Lake
002 308 388
048863
10
11
4867NY
Hamlet of Smith
082 552 981
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 MD 124 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 MD 124. No further 
information is available at the auction regarding the lands to be sold.
The Municipal District of Lesser Slave River No. 124 may, after the public auction, 
become the owner of any parcel of land not sold at the public auction.
Terms of Sale: Cash or Certified Cheque. 10% deposit and balance within 30 days of 
date of Public Auction. GST will apply on lands sold at Public Auction.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
For further information on these properties, please contact Wanda Sinclair at (780) 
849-4888.
Dated at Slave Lake, Alberta, February 11, 2009.
Allan Winarski, Chief Administrative Officer.
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Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
The Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo will offer for sale, by public auction, in 
the Jubilee Center, 3rd Floor Boardroom, 9909 Franklin Avenue, Fort McMurray, 
Alberta, on Tuesday, March 31, 2009, at 10:00 a.m., the following lands:
Plan
Lot
Roll#
Reserve Bid
Location
8321906
106
8460001011
64,660
Janvier
The parcel will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations and 
conditions contained in the existing Certificate of Title.
The Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo may, after the public auction, become 
the owner of any parcel of land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Cash, Bank Draft or Certified Cheque made payable to the Regional 
Municipality of Wood Buffalo.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
If you have any inquiries regarding the above parcels of land, please contact me at 
(780) 743-7891 or (780) 743-7030.
Dated at Fort McMurray, Alberta, February 2, 2009.
Bev Crowe, Collection Coordinator.
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Town of High Prairie
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Town of High Prairie will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Town Office, at 
High Prairie, Alberta, on Wednesday, April 15, 2009, at 1:30 p.m., the following 
lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
Certificate of Title
Linc
3 & 4
10
6152ET
962 175 537
0016289845
7
25
5482HW
892 057 784
0010268241
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 High 
Prairie 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 Town of High 
Prairie. No further information is available at the auction regarding the lands to be 
sold.
The Town of High Prairie may, after the public auction, become the owner of any 
parcel of land not sold at the public auction.
The terms of the sale are payment in full by cash, money order or certified cheque 
prior to noon on Friday, April 17, 2009.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at High Prairie, Alberta, February 2, 2009.
Hermann Minderlein, Treasurer.
______________
Town of Mundare
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Town of Mundare will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Council Chambers, 
5128 50 Street Mundare, Alberta, on Tuesday, March 31, 2009, at 10:00 a.m., the 
following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
Linc
3

5195CL
0010218428
19
48
7520198
0015170798
9
5
RN88
0015398936
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.
Each parcel is being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis, and the Town of 
Mundare 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 parcels for any intended use by the purchaser.
The Town of Mundre may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel 
of land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Cash or certified cheque, a 10% deposit with the balance due within 20 days 
of the date of the public auction.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Mundare, Alberta, January 20, 2009.
Colin Ayla, C.A.O.
Village of Champion
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Village of Champion will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Village 
Administration Building, Champion, Alberta, on Wednesday, April 1, 2009, at 10:00 
a.m., the following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
Roll # 
C. of T.
23-26
2
6995AG
3900
861 109 277
7, 8
6
6995AG
13600
811 073 103
12
6
6995AG
13900
821 146 758
11, 12
8
6995AG
17300
031 200 050
8
3
7217EE
30100
881 162 499
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 Village of 
Champion 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, vacant possession, 
or the developability of the subject land for any intended use by the successful bidder. 
The properties will be required to meet all bylaw conditions as to outstanding orders 
and/or citations. 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 Village of Champion. No further 
information is available at the auction regarding the lands to be sold.
The Village of Champion may, after the public auction, become the owner of any 
parcel of land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Cash or certified cheque, 10% deposit (non-refundable to successful bidder) 
and balance within 7 days of the date of Public Auction. GST will apply to all 
applicable lands sold at Public Auction. 
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Champion, Alberta, January 13, 2009.
Debra A. Moffatt, Chief Administrative Officer.
Village of Donalda
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Village of Donalda will offer for sale, by public auction, at the Village Office, 
5001 Main Street, Donalda, Alberta, on Tuesday, March 31, 2009, at 11:00 a.m., the 
following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
4 & 5
5
5965AE
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 Village of Donalda 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 Donalda, Alberta, February 2, 2009.
Peter Simons, C.A.O..






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