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The Alberta Gazette
Part I
Vol. 105	Edmonton, Thursday, December 31, 2009	No. 24
PROCLAMATION
[GREAT SEAL] 
CANADA 
PROVINCE OF ALBERTA	Norman Kwong, Lieutenant Governor.
ELIZABETH THE SECOND, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom, 
Canada, and Her Other Realms and Territories, QUEEN, Head of the 
Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith
P R O C L A M A T I O N
To all to Whom these Presents shall come
G R E E T I N G
Ray Bodnarek, Deputy Minister of Justice and 
Deputy Attorney General
WHEREAS section 4 of the Electric Statutes Amendment Act, 2009 provides that 
that Act comes into force on Proclamation; and
WHEREAS it is expedient to proclaim the Electric Statutes Amendment Act, 2009 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 Electric 
Statutes Amendment Act, 2009 in force on the date of issue of this Proclamation.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF We have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent 
and the Great Seal of Our Province of Alberta to be hereunto affixed.
WITNESS: THE HONOURABLE NORMAN L. KWONG, Lieutenant Governor 
of Our Province of Alberta, in Our City of Edmonton in Our Province of Alberta, this 
9th day of December in the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand Nine and in the Fifty-
eighth Year of Our Reign.
BY COMMAND	David Hancock, Acting Provincial Secretary.
PROCLAMATION
[GREAT SEAL] 
CANADA 
PROVINCE OF ALBERTA	Norman Kwong, Lieutenant Governor.
ELIZABETH THE SECOND, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom, 
Canada, and Her Other Realms and Territories, QUEEN, Head of the 
Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith
P R O C L A M A T I O N
To all to Whom these Presents shall come
G R E E T I N G
Ray Bodnarek, Deputy Minister of Justice and 
Deputy Attorney General
WHEREAS section 26 of the Mental Health Amendment Act, 2007 provides that 
that Act comes into force on Proclamation; and
WHEREAS it is expedient to proclaim sections 2, 4, 8, 9(b), 11, 13 and 15 to 25 of 
the Mental Health Amendment Act, 2007 in force:
NOW KNOW YE THAT by and with the advice and consent of Our Executive 
Council of Our Province of Alberta, by virtue of the provisions of the said Act 
hereinbefore referred to and of all other power and authority whatsoever in Us vested 
in that behalf, We have ordered and declared and do hereby proclaim sections 2, 4, 8, 
9(b), 11, 13 and 15 to 25 of the Mental Health Amendment Act, 2007 in force on 
January 1, 2010.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF We have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent 
and the Great Seal of Our Province of Alberta to be hereunto affixed.
WITNESS: THE HONOURABLE NORMAN L. KWONG, Lieutenant Governor 
of Our Province of Alberta, in Our City of Edmonton in Our Province of Alberta, this 
9th day of December in the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand Nine and in the Fifty-
eighth Year of Our Reign.
BY COMMAND	David Hancock, Acting Provincial Secretary.


PROCLAMATION
[GREAT SEAL] 
CANADA 
PROVINCE OF ALBERTA	Norman Kwong, Lieutenant Governor.
ELIZABETH THE SECOND, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom, 
Canada, and Her Other Realms and Territories, QUEEN, Head of the 
Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith
P R O C L A M A T I O N
To all to Whom these Presents shall come
G R E E T I N G
Ray Bodnarek, Deputy Minister of Justice and 
Deputy Attorney General
WHEREAS section 19 of the Surface Rights Amendment Act, 2009 provides that 
that Act comes into force on Proclamation; and
WHEREAS it is expedient to proclaim the Surface Rights Amendment Act, 2009 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 Surface 
Rights Amendment Act, 2009 in force on the date of issue of this Proclamation.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF We have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent 
and the Great Seal of Our Province of Alberta to be hereunto affixed.
WITNESS: THE HONOURABLE NORMAN L. KWONG, Lieutenant Governor 
of Our Province of Alberta, in Our City of Edmonton in Our Province of Alberta, this 
9th day of December in the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand Nine and in the Fifty-
eighth Year of Our Reign.
BY COMMAND	David Hancock, Acting Provincial Secretary.
APPOINTMENTS
Reappointment of Part-time Provincial Court Judge
(Provincial Court Act)
January 4, 2010 
The Honourable Judge Darlene Rosalie Wong
The above appointment is for a term to expire in accordance with section 9.24(8)(c) 
of the Provincial Court Act.
ORDERS IN COUNCIL
O.C. 564/2009
(Municipal Government Act)
Approved and ordered: 
Norman Kwong 
Lieutenant Governor.	November 25, 2009
The Lieutenant Governor in Council orders that
(a)	effective July 1, 2009, the land described in Appendix A and shown on the 
sketch in Appendix B is separated from the County of Lethbridge and 
annexed to the Town of Coalhurst,
(b)	any taxes owing to the County of Lethbridge at the end of June 30, 2009 in 
respect of the annexed land are transferred to and become payable to the 
Town of Coalhurst together with any lawful penalties and costs levied in 
respect of those taxes, and the Town of Coalhurst upon collecting those 
taxes, penalties and costs must pay them to the County of Lethbridge, and
(c)	the assessor for the Town of Coalhurst must assess, for the purposes of 
taxation in 2010 and subsequent years, the annexed land and the assessable 
improvements to it.
Ed Stelmach, Chair.
APPENDIX A
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE LANDS SEPARATED FROM  
THE COUNTY OF LETHBRIDGE AND ANNEXED TO 
THE TOWN OF COALHURST
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 
SIXTEEN (16), TOWNSHIP NINE (9), RANGE TWENTY-TWO (22), WEST OF 
THE FOURTH MERIDIAN (FORMERLY KNOWN AS CANAL AREA "B", 
PLAN 0111686) LYING ADJACENT TO THE EASTERLY LIMIT OF THE 
TOWN OF COALHURST AND THE WESTERLY LIMIT OF CANAL RIGHT OF 
WAY 0812954 CONTAINING 0.4 HECTARES (1 ACRE) MORE OR LESS.


APPENDIX B
A SKETCH SHOWING THE GENERAL LOCATION OF THE AREA 
ANNEXED TO THE TOWN OF COALHURST
 
ANNEXATION AREA(S)   


O.C. 565/2009
(Municipal Government Act)
Approved and ordered: 
Norman Kwong 
Lieutenant Governor.	November 25, 2009
The Lieutenant Governor in Council orders that
(a)	effective July 1, 2009, the land described in Appendix A and shown on the 
sketch in Appendix B is separated from Vulcan County and annexed to the 
Village of Milo,
(b)	any taxes owing to Vulcan County at the end of June 30, 2009 in respect of 
the annexed land are transferred to and become payable to the Village of 
Milo together with any lawful penalties and costs levied in respect of those 
taxes and the Village of Milo upon collecting those taxes, penalties and 
costs must pay them to Vulcan County, and
(c)	the assessor for the Village of Milo must assess, for the purposes of taxation 
in 2010 and subsequent years, the annexed land and the assessable 
improvements to it,
and makes the order in Appendix C.
Ed Stelmach, Chair.
APPENDIX A
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE LANDS SEPARATED FROM
VULCAN COUNTY AND ANNEXED TO
THE VILLAGE OF MILO
ALL THOSE PORTIONS OF LEGAL SUBDIVISIONS 11, 12 AND 13 IN THE 
NORTH WEST QUARTER, SECTION 31, TOWNSHIP 18, RANGE 21, WEST OF 
THE FOURTH MERIDIAN NOT CURRENTLY CONTAINED WITHIN THE 
BOUNDARY OF THE VILLAGE OF MILO, CONTAINING 44.5 HECTARES 
(109.96 ACRES) MORE OR LESS, EXCEPTING THEREOUT ROAD PLAN 
3380JK AND THE SERVICE ROAD REGISTERED UNDER PLAN 0312190.
LOT 2, BLOCK 2, PLAN 0714226, CONTAINING 1.741 HECTARES (4.3 ACRES) 
MORE OR LESS.


APPENDIX B
A SKETCH SHOWING THE GENERAL LOCATION OF THE AREA 
ANNEXED TO THE VILLAGE OF MILO
 
ANNEXATION AREA(S)   
APPENDIX C
ORDER
1	In this Order, "annexed land" means the land described in Appendix A and 
shown on the sketch in Appendix B.
2(1)	For taxation purposes in the 2010 taxation year and subsequent taxation years up 
to and including 2014, the annexed land and assessable improvements to it
(a)	must be assessed by the Village of Milo on the same basis as if they had 
remained in Vulcan County, and
(b)	must be taxed by the Village of Milo in respect of each assessment class that 
applies to the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it using a 
rate determined by adding the municipal tax rate established by Vulcan 
County for property of that class to the applicable percentage under 
subsection (2) for that taxation year.
(2)	For the purposes of subsection (1), the applicable percentage is
(a)	for the 2010 taxation year, 20%,
(b)	for the 2011 taxation year, 40%,
(c)	for the 2012 taxation year, 60%,
(d)	for the 2013 taxation year, 80%, and
(e)	for the 2014 taxation year, 100% 
of the difference between the municipal tax rate established by Vulcan County and 
the municipal tax rate established by the Village of Milo for property of the same 
class for the same taxation year.
(3)	Notwithstanding subsections (1)(b) and (2), if the rate determined under 
subsection (2) for a taxation year exceeds the Village of Milo's municipal tax rate for 
the same taxation year, the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it must 
be taxed at the Village of Milo's municipal tax rate for that taxation year.
3(1)	If, in the 2010 taxation year or in any subsequent taxation year up to and 
including 2014, a portion of the annexed land becomes a new parcel of land created
(a)	as a result of subdivision, 
(b)	as a result of separation of title by registered plan of subdivision, or
(c)	by instrument or any other method that occurs at the request of or on behalf 
of the landowner, 
section 2 ceases to apply at the end of that taxation year in respect of that portion of 
the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it.
(2)	If, under this section, section 2 ceases to apply to a portion of the annexed land in 
a taxation year, that portion of the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it 
must be assessed and taxed for the purposes of property taxes in the following year in 
the same manner as other property of the same assessment class in the Village of Milo 
is assessed and taxed.


O.C. 640/2009
(Foreign Cultural Property Immunity Act)
Approved and ordered: 
Norman Kwong 
Lieutenant Governor.	December 16, 2009
The Lieutenant Governor in Council 
(a)	determines that the cultural property listed in the attached Appendix and 
brought into Alberta pursuant to agreements between the owners or 
custodians of the cultural property and Her Majesty the Queen in right of 
Alberta, as represented by the Minister of Culture and Community Spirit, 
and the Art Gallery of Alberta for the purpose of temporarily exhibiting or 
displaying the cultural property in the Art Gallery of Alberta in an 
exhibition known as "EDGAR DEGAS: Figures in Motion" is of 
significance;
(b)	rescinds Order in Council numbered O.C. 612/2009.
Ed Stelmach, Chair.
APPENDIX
Art Gallery of Alberta - Edgar Degas Exhibition
Item
Number
Description
Media
Size

Lender
Ball State 
University  
Museum of Art


1
1940.027.000
Dancer 1885
Charcoal, 
white 
chalk
24 1/8 X 18 3/8 
inches 
2
1986.016
Pregnant Woman 
Bronze
43.6X16.8X15.2 cm

Lender 
Baltimore Museum 
of Art


3
BMA 1950.413
Fourth Position 
Front, on Left Leg
Bronze
57.3X31.4X33.7
4
BMA 1950.415
Dancer Looking at 
the Sole of Her 
Right Foot
Bronze
45.7X21.7X18.7
5
BMA 1968.4
La Sortie du Bain
Lithograph
16 9/16 X 19 1/16 
inches
6
BMA 1931.39.7
Nude Woman, 
Standing, Drying 
Herself
Monotype
13 X 9 7/16 inches

Lender
Anonymous


7
H‚brard 11/8
Horse Walking
Bronze
23.1X9.3X22.8 cm
8
H‚brard 00, no.74
Schoolgirl 
(Woman Walking 
in the Street)
Bronze
27.5X11X7X9.2 cm

Lender
Columbus Museum 
of Art


9
1983.015
Dancer at Rest, 
Hands Behind Her 
Back, Right Leg 
Forward 
Bronze
45.7X14.7X23.5 cm
10
1931.050
After the Bath, 
1899
Pastel, 
Charcoal
80.1X54.4 cm

Lender
Dallas Museum of 
Art


11
1965.26.MCD
The Masseuse
Bronze
43X36.5X42.5 cm

Lender
Denver Art 
Museum


12
1974.354
Grande Arabesque
Bronze
45.5X56.2X26.5 cm

Lender
Flint Institute of 
Arts


13
1988.1
Danseuse a la 
Barre
Pastel, 
Charcoal
9X11.5 inches

Lender
Anonymous 


14

Grande Arabesque, 
Second Time
Charcoal
30X26 inches

Lender
Anonymous


15
H‚brard 18- 
Rewald XXXV
Grande Arabesque, 
Premier Temps
Bronze
48.9X38.5X26.0 cm
16
H‚brard 57- 
Rewald XLVI
Pr‚paration   la 
Danse, Pied Droit 
en Avant
Bronze
56.8X32.2X22.4 cm
17
H‚brard 58- 
Rewald XLIII
Position de 
QuatriŠme Devant 
sur la Jambe 
Gauche
Bronze
60.3X36X37 cm
18
H‚brard 16- 
Rewald XXXIX
Grande Arabesque, 
Troisieme Temps 
Bronze
45.5X56.2X26.5 cm

Lender
Anonymous


19
H‚brard 65Q
Prancing Horse
Bronze
27X13X28 cm

Lender
Anonymous


20
Pingeot 73 / 
HER.D
Little Dancer, 
Aged Fourteen
Bronze, 
Linen, 
Muslin
98X35.2X24.5 cm

Lender
Mus‚e d'Orsay


21
H‚brard 8, 
RF2085
Danseuse au 
Repos, les Mains 
sur les Hanches, 
Jambe Gauche en 
Avant
Bronze
38X17X18 cm
22
H‚brard 1P, 
RF2066
Danseuse, 
Arabesque Ouvert 
Sur la Jambe 
Droite, Bras 
Gauche en Avant 
Bronze
29.1X39.5X14.5 cm
23
H‚brard 9P, 
RF2089
Danseuse Saluant, 
PremiŠre ‚tude 
Bronze
21.5X11.5X13.2 cm
24
H‚brard 12P, 
RF2084
Danseuse au 
Tambourin 
Bronze
27.7X16.4X19.0 cm
25
H‚brard 15P, 
RF2070
Danseuse,  Grande 
Arabesque, 
DeuxiŠme Temps 
Bronze
43.5X61.2X27.5
26
H‚brard 20P, 
RF2080
Danseuse,  
Espagnole, 
PremiŠre �tude 
Bronze
41.5X17.0X19.0 cm
27
H‚brard 42P, 
RF2125
Femme Surprise
Bronze
41X28X19.2 cm

Lender
Museum of Fine 
Arts, Houston


28
80.43
Dancer Putting on 
Her Stocking
Bronze
47X20X31.4 cm

Lender
Anonymous 


29
H‚brard 32H/36H
Cheval au Galop 
Tournant le Tˆte   
Droit, les Pieds ne 
Touchant Pas le 
Sol
Bronze
24.8X13.1X36.6 cm
30
H‚brard 10L
Cheval en Marche
Bronze
21.3X26.6X9.6 cm
31
H‚brard 25Q/35Q
Cheval au Galop
Bronze
24.2X18.2X33.5 cm
32

Femme   la 
Toilette
Charcoal, 
Pastel, 
Chalk
105X74.7 cm

Lender
National Gallery of 
Art, Washington


33
1985.64.67
Study in the Nude 
of Little Dancer 
Aged Fourteen
Bronze
72.8X35.2X27.4 cm
34
1985.64.66
Woman Seated in 
an Armchair
Bronze
31.6X27X30.1 cm
35
1943.3.3367
Nude Woman 
Standing, Drying 
Herself
Lithograph
38.1X30.4 cm 

Lender
San Diego 
Museum of Art


36
1991:12
Dancer Fastening 
the String on Her 
Tights
Bronze
43.1X21.6X16.2 cm
37
1976:111
The Ballerina
Oil on 
Canvas
12 5/8 X 9 3/8 
inches

Lender
Smart Museum of 
Art


38
1974.147
Woman Stretching
Bronze
36.5 cm (Height)

Lender
Smithsonian 
Institution, 
Hirshhorn Museum 
and Sculpture 
Garden


39
1966.66.1303
Seated Woman 
Wiping Her Left 
Side
Bronze
34.7X37.6X24.4 cm
40
1966.66.1298
Dancer Moving 
Forward, Arms 
Raised, Right Leg 
Forward
Bronze
69.2X31.4X31.7 cm
41
1966.66.1296
Dancer: Arabesque 
Over Right Leg, 
Left Arm in Line
Bronze
30.5X42.7X9.5 cm
42
1966.66.1291
Dancer Moving 
Forward, Arms 
Raised
Bronze
35X17.5X15.1 cm
43
1966.66.1285
Dancer Holding 
Her Right Foot in 
Her Right Hand
Bronze
52.9X34.5X18.5 cm
44
1966.66.1304
Woman Rubbing 
Her Back with a 
Sponge
Bronze
43.1X26.5X17.7 cm

Lender
Anonymous


45
H‚brard 66F
Thoroughbred 
Horse Walking
Bronze
13.3X21.3X10.4 cm

Lender
Art Institute 
Chicago


46
1950.112
Dancer Ready to 
Dance, Right Foot 
Forward
Bronze
56.2 X 38.7 cm



GOVERNMENT NOTICES
Agriculture and Rural Development
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the quarter ending September 30, 2009
Date(s) of Event: June 13, 2009*
Name of Function: Fruit and Vegetable Field Day
Purpose: Opportunity for potential, new and experienced producers to meet, discuss, 
learn and network on topics related to fruit and vegetable crop production, while 
viewing equipment and facilities at different farms.
Cost: $848.82 
Nature of Function: Lunch
Location: Didsbury and Innisfail, AB
Date(s) of Event: June 16, 17, 18, 22, 23, and 24, 2009*
Name of Function: Cow Calf Producer Meetings
Purpose: To discuss issues and effects of the dry conditions on the cow/calf producer 
industry. 
Cost: $617.63 
Nature of Function: Refreshments
Location: Claresholm, Hanna, Ponoka, Drayton Valley, Westlock, and St. Paul, AB
Date(s) of Event: July 9, 2009
Name of Function: Incoming United States Livestock Associations
Purpose: Advocacy initiative in partnership with Alberta Beef Producers and the 
Canadian Consulates -- Denver and Minneapolis
Cost: $1,495.29 
Nature of Function: Dinner
Location: Calgary, AB
Date(s) of Event: August 22 to September 4, 2009
Name of Function: Joint Advanced Education and Technology and Agriculture Rural 
Development mission to Asia - various hostings
Purpose: Ongoing advancement and advocacy efforts for Canada / Alberta beef and 
other priority Alberta agricultural and agri-food products.  Exploration of investment 
and research and development collaborative opportunities in the areas of 
biotechnology, including genetics, breeding, waste management biofuels, and 
bioenergy. 
Cost: $1,108.97 
Nature of Function: Lunch and dinner
Location: China, Hong Kong, and Japan
Date(s) of Event: August 28, 2009
Name of Function: Pulse Canada-Alberta Pulse Healthy People Healthy Planet Tour
Purpose: Attendees are from Pulse Canada, Alberta Pulse, and media from Mexico, 
United Kingdom, and United States.  The function is a part of a four day media tour 
of the province's pulse industry and will generate awareness of Alberta pulse 
capabilities in key international markets through targeted international media.  This 
program partly builds on the chef's seminar held in Mexico City in November 2008.
Cost: $865.38 
Nature of Function: Dinner
Location: Edmonton, AB
Date(s) of Event: September 3, 2009
Name of Function: Agrivalue Processing Business Incubator Management 
Instructional and Networking Mixer
Purpose: Opportunity for members of the Client Business Management Incubation 
Team to assist the three Agrivalue Processing Business Incubator team tenants with 
their business management problems and network with each other.  Staff to give key 
note presentation to company on Leadership for Results. 
Cost: $747.50 
Nature of Function: Dinner
Location: Leduc, AB
*The date shown is the date of the hosting function; however, these hosting expenses 
were paid in the quarter ending September 30, 2009.
Culture and Community Spirit
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the quarter ending September 30, 2009
Function: Asian Heritage Month Kick-Off Lunch 
Date: May 6, 2009 
Amount: $952.38 (The total event cost was $2,400 which was shared by 4 
participants.) 
Purpose: Asian Heritage Month engages people of all backgrounds through 
Pan-Asian cultural events that foster awareness of the broad spectrum of Asian 
Canadians' social participation and cultural heritage. 
Location: The Alberta Legislative Building, Edmonton, AB 
BU #: 022
Function: Harvest Festival 
Date: September 5 and 6, 2009 
Amount: $1,682.84 
Purpose: To provide refreshments for the volunteers assisting with the 2009 Harvest 
Festival event. 
Location: Reynolds-Alberta Museum, Wetaskiwin, AB 
BU #: 024


Notice of Intent to Designate a Provincial Historic Resource
(Historical Resources Act)
File: Des. 1583
Notice is hereby given that sixty days from the date of service of this Notice and its 
publication in Alberta Gazette, the Minister of Culture and Community Spirit intends 
to make an Order that the site known as the: 
Donalda Creamery, together with the land legally described as:
Plan 5965AE, Block 1, Lots 13 and 14, excepting thereout all mines and minerals
and municipally located at in the Village of Donalda, Alberta be designated as a 
Provincial Historic Resource under section 20 of the Historical Resources Act, RSA 
2000 cH-9.
The reasons for the designation are as follows:  The heritage value of the Donalda 
Creamery lies in its association with the development of the dairy industry in Alberta. 
It is also significant for its architecture, which is an excellent example of small-scale 
industrial architecture adapted for use in the dairy industry, and for the equipment it 
contains, which illustrates changes in dairy-processing technology and procedures.
In 1937, the Donalda Co-operative Creamery Association was formed by local 
producers and the owner of the existing creamery, which had been established in 
1924. Numerous co-operative creameries were established throughout Alberta in the 
early decades of the twentieth-century. Based on the successful wheat pool and grain 
co-op ventures, creamery co-ops allowed producers to work together to overcome the 
challenges presented by their geographic isolation and their economic and political 
remoteness from the centres of power. The Donalda Creamery produced butter and 
cream for consumption both locally and throughout the province. Beginning in 1946, 
the Central Alberta Dairy Pool attempted to absorb the Donalda Creamery, a move 
reflective of the consolidation of the province's small creameries under the much 
larger dairy pools. These overtures were resisted, and the Donalda Creamery was one 
of the few creameries to remain independent during the middle decades of twentieth 
century.
In the 1950s, rising production and a rapidly deteriorating facility meant that a new 
and larger creamery was required. In 1954, a gable-roofed machine shop located 
across the street was purchased and moved onto the creamery's property. The open 
floor plan of the machine shop was ideally suited for conversion into a creamery. A 
shed-roofed addition, which would house an office, laboratory and boiler room, was 
quickly constructed. The former creamery building was torn down and the salvaged 
lumber was used to construct a two door truck garage. Most of the equipment from 
the original creamery was transferred to the new facility and new equipment was 
purchased, giving the Donalda Creamery a collection of dairy processing equipment 
covering a number of different eras. The creamery continued to use equipment from 
the 1920s and 1930s, notably the Babcock Tester, which is used to determine the fat 
content in milk; a cream tester; centrifuge; bottle holders; scales; and a cream can 
washer. Three churns, complete with different drive systems and vats date from the 
1940s, 1950s and 1960s. Other original equipment of differing vintages provides 
evidence of how dairy technology and procedures changed from the 1930s to the 
1980s. When the Creamery closed in 1987, it was one of the last farmer-owned 
creameries operating in Alberta.
In many ways, the Donalda Creamery is typical of small-scale creameries in Alberta. 
The co-op's Board of Directors based the creamery's layout on observations of other 
creameries and on the recommendations of the Provincial Dairy Commissioner. The 
Donalda Creamery is a wood-framed, gable roofed building with a shed roofed 
addition. Two vented cupolas top the gable roof for extra ventilation, important in 
creamery buildings. The stepped, boomtown front on the south elevation makes the 
creamery an impressive presence on the street, and the three entrances facilitate the 
easy movement of workers, customers and cream can deliveries. Inside the creamery 
has an efficient layout with a clear demarcation between the building's functional 
areas. The main gable roof covers an open processing area, a cold storage room and a 
testing laboratory. The shed-roofed portion contains the creamery office, water pump 
and boiler room with coal storage bin. The importance of sanitation in creameries is 
demonstrated by the easily-cleaned surfaces, including the concrete floor with drains, 
tin-clad walls and ceiling and sealed light fixtures.
It is therefore considered that the preservation and protection of the resource is in the 
public interest.
Dated this 10th day of December, A.D. 2009.
David Link, (Acting) Assistant Deputy Minister 
Heritage Division
_______________
File: Des. 2273
Notice is hereby given that sixty days from the date of service of this Notice and its 
publication in Alberta Gazette, the Minister of Culture and Community Spirit intends 
to make an Order that the site known as the: 
Doukhobor Prayer Home, together with the land legally described as:
Plan 2177S, Block 15, Lots 14 to 16 inclusive, excepting thereout all mines and 
minerals
and municipally located in the Municipal District of Pincher Creek No. 9, Alberta be 
designated as a Provincial Historic Resource under section 20 of the Historical 
Resources Act, RSA 2000 cH-9.
The reasons for the designation are as follows:  The heritage value of the Doukhobor 
Prayer Home lies in its identity as one of the few remaining Doukhobor buildings 
remaining in Alberta and as an excellent embodiment of the historical development of 
the province's Doukhobor community.
Originating as a protest movement against the ritualism and materialism of the 
Russian Orthodox church, Doukhoborism emphasized the inherent divinity of every 
person as the primary guide to human fulfillment.  As such, Doukhobors 
unequivocally rejected the taking of human life.  Persecuted by the Tsarist 
government for their radical commitment to pacifism, the Doukhobors sought a new 
land in which to live out the precepts of their faith.  Aided financially and 
organizationally by Count Leo Tolstoy and other sympathizers, the community was 
allowed by the Russian government to emigrate.  The Doukhobors initially 
investigated Beaver Hill Lake southeast of Edmonton as a possible settlement 
destination, but their migration was barred, in large measure due to the vigorous 
opposition of Frank Oliver, Editor-in-Chief of the Edmonton Bulletin.  Having 
secured concessions from the Canadian government on vital issues relating to their 
pacifism, rejection of oaths, and desire to live communally, more than 7000 
Doukhobors emigrated from the Transcaucasia region to present-day Saskatchewan in 
1899.  It was the largest group migration to Canada in our nation's history.  They 
hoped to found a society in Canada inspired by their awareness of the godliness of 
each human being.  They preached a simple faith dedicated to solidarity and a 
community made holy through toil and peaceful life.
From the start, there were divisions within the Doukhobor community around issues 
of accommodation to North American culture.  Private property ownership and taking 
the oath of allegiance necessary for gaining title to land were particularly divisive.  
Some asserted that all lands must be held in common in order to cultivate true 
Christian solidarity, others asserted that individual ownership should be permissible, 
provided that the owners continued to participate in the Doukhobors' communal life.  
These internal divisions were aggravated in 1907, when Minister of the Interior Frank 
Oliver established a commission led by Methodist missionary John McDougall to 
investigate the state of Doukhobor landholdings in Saskatchewan.  Disturbed by the 
Doukhobors unorthodox religious life and their failure to abide by the provisions of 
the Dominion Lands Act, McDougall recommended that all Doukhobor lands not 
conventionally acquired be thrown open to settlement.  Many Doukhobors refused to 
file individually for their land or to take the oath of allegiance necessary to acquire a 
homestead.  These individuals were dispossessed of their land.  
More than half the Saskatchewan Doukhobors relocated to British Columbia.  There 
they established several colonies and prospered.  Success led to the creation of new 
communities, including the first Alberta colonies established in 1915 in the Cowley / 
Lundbreck area.  Buoyed by a robust internal economy within the community that 
saw goods shipped between the colonies in the three western provinces, the 
Doukhobors continued to grow.  The murder of the Doukhobor's leader, Peter the 
Lordly Verigin, in 1924, the economic hardships of the Depression, internal 
fragmentation during the 1920s and 30s, and the suspicions and antagonism of some 
of Alberta's political and social leaders devastated the community and led National 
Trust and the Sun Life Assurance Company to initiate foreclosure proceedings against 
Doukhobor communal assets in the three prairie provinces in order to secure a 
relatively small debt.  This act effectively ended the Doukhobors ability to hold land 
communally.  
The Doukhobor Prayer Home in Lundbreck is a remarkable building that embodies 
the tensions between the traditional and the modern, radicalism and accommodation, 
communalism and individualism, in Doukhobor culture, particularly after the 
devastating 1938 foreclosure.  The prayer home is a simple structure constructed of 
modern materials and resembling a typical period community hall.  Its lack of 
embellishment is consistent with the Doukhobors' rejection of religious iconography, 
but the building lacks the meticulous, lively woodwork that distinguished earlier 
Doukhobor buildings and embodied the community's commitment to sanctification 
through work.  The interior space is separated by two banks of benches that divide 
men and women.  As the earliest Doukhobors were largely illiterate and their worship 
services were devoted to the singing of hymns, there are few books present in the 
building.  The wall features a number of documents - including documents 
registering the Doukhobors and their prayer home under state law, as well as several 
community certificates of achievement - that speak to the tendency of mid-century 
Doukhobors to engage the larger culture.
It is therefore considered that the preservation and protection of the resource is in the 
public interest.
Dated this 10th day of December, A.D. 2009.
David Link, (Acting) Assistant Deputy Minister 
Heritage Division
Education
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
Paid during the period July 1, 2009 to September 30, 2009
Function: Finding Ways Together Project Dinner
Date: April 6 and 7, 2009
Amounts: $880.00
Purpose: A community dinner to deliver a parental engagement survey which is 
essential to the research components of the Finding Ways Together project.
Location: Sucker Creek, Alberta
Function: Annual Student Conference
Date: May 4, 2009
Amounts: $3,369.13
Purpose: To bring together 200 students from across the province to discuss 
education issues that were most critical from the student's perspective.
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Function: Inspiring Education Community Conversation
Date: May 6, 2009
Amounts: $1,134.68
Purpose: Community conversation session for the Inspiring Education: A Dialogue 
with Albertans initiative.
Location: Grande Prairie, Alberta
Function: Jurisdiction Technology Contacts Meeting
Date: May 13, 2009
Amounts: $4,724.58
Purpose: To participate in discussion, input and recommendations regarding key 
Alberta Education decisions, providing a communication link between Alberta 
Educations' and stakeholders.
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Function: Inspiring Education Community Conversation
Date: May 20, 2009
Amounts: $1,204.68
Purpose: Community conversation session for the Inspiring Education: A Dialogue 
with Albertans initiative.
Location: Lethbridge, Alberta
Function: Inspiring Education Community Conversation
Date: May 23, 2009
Amounts: $4,115.38
Purpose: Community conversation session for the Inspiring Education: A Dialogue 
with Albertans initiative.
Location: Calgary, Alberta
Function: First Nations, M‚tis, and Inuit Information Planning Session (FNMI 
Services)
Date: May 26, 2009
Amounts: $1,145.46
Purpose: Provide information and support to school jurisdictions in their 
implementation of Alberta Education Business Plan Goal 3: Success for First Nations, 
M‚tis, and Inuit Students as identified in the Alberta Education's 2009-12 Business 
Plan.
Location: Grande Prairie, Alberta
Function: Excellence in Teaching Awards
Date: May 30, 2009
Amounts: $33,585.99
Purpose: To recognize outstanding teachers and honor creative, innovative and 
effective teaching in Alberta.
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Function: Inspiring Education Community Conversation
Date: June 10, 2009
Amounts: $3,550.43
Purpose: Community conversation session for the Inspiring Education: A Dialogue 
with Albertans initiative.
Location: Calgary, Alberta
Function: Inspiring Education Community Conversation
Date: June 17, 2009
Amounts: $3,439.08
Purpose: Community conversation session for the Inspiring Education: A Dialogue 
with Albertans initiative.
Location: Calgary, Alberta
Function: Inspiring Education Community Conversation
Date: June 20, 2009
Amounts: $9,816.83
Purpose: Community conversation session for the Inspiring Education: A Dialogue 
with Albertans initiative.
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Function: Inspiring Education Community Conversation
Date: June 24, 2009
Amounts: $3,664.55
Purpose: Community conversation session for the Inspiring Education: A Dialogue 
with Albertans initiative.
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Function: Inspiring Education Steering Committee Meeting
Date: August 20, 2009
Amounts: $835.44
Purpose: To provide input on the draft vision of education, Working Committee 
discussions, and update and provide input onto planning for the fall forum.
Location: Banff, Alberta
Function: Student Information System Information Workshop
Date: August 28, 2009
Amounts: $671.22
Purpose: To inform and train school and jurisdiction staff regarding the submission 
of electronic student information files. 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Function: Council of Minister of Education, Canada
Date: September 2, 2009
Amounts: $2,741.88
Purpose: To discuss policy issues; undertake activities, projects and initiatives in 
areas of mutual interest; to consult and cooperate with national organizations and the 
federal government; and to represent the education interests of the provinces and 
territories internationally. 
Location: Calgary, Alberta
Function: Early Learning Fall Orientation
Date: September 21, 2009
Amounts: $616.08
Purpose: To provide all school authorities in Alberta with an introduction to the work 
of the newly formed Early Learning Branch, current research on English as a Second 
Language, instruction for young children, and the most up to date information on 
early childhood funding provided by Alberta Education.
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Energy
Production Allocation Unit Agreement
(Mines and Minerals Act)
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to section 102 of the Mines and Minerals Act, that 
the Minister of Energy on behalf of the Crown has executed counterparts of the 
agreement entitled "Production Allocation Unit Agreement - Provost Agreement #1" 
and that the Unit became effective on March 1, 2007.
 
 
 


Notice is hereby given, pursuant to section 102 of the Mines and Minerals Act, that 
the Minister of Energy on behalf of the Crown has executed counterparts of the 
agreement entitled "Production Allocation Unit Agreement - Provost Unit Agreement 
#2" and that the Unit became effective on March 1, 2007.
 
 
 
 


Notice is hereby given, pursuant to section 102 of the Mines and Minerals Act, that 
the Minister of Energy on behalf of the Crown has executed counterparts of the 
agreement entitled "Production Allocation Unit Agreement - Provost Agreement #3" 
and that the Unit became effective on February 1, 2007.
 
 
 


Finance and Enterprise
Erratum
The following notice, which was published in the August 31, 2009 issue of the 
Alberta Gazette, contained an error. It should have read as follows:
Insurance Notice
(Insurance Act)
Notice is hereby given that The Union Life, a mutual assurance company has been 
licensed in the Province of Alberta, and is authorized to transact the following classes 
of Insurance:
Accident & Sickness, Life.
Effective July 23, 2009
Arthur Hagan, FCIP, CRM 
Deputy Superintendent of Insurance.
Notice of Adjustment to the Minor Injury Amount
(Insurance Act)
Pursuant to the Minor Injury Regulation, the maximum amount awarded for minor 
injuries is adjusted to $4,518 and is applicable to minor injuries caused in motor 
vehicle accidents occurring in Alberta, on or after January 1, 2010.
The following Appendix sets out the method of calculating the adjustment to the 
minor injury amount. 
Dated at Edmonton this 14th day of December, 2009.
Dennis Gartner 
Superintendent of Insurance.
Ref: Insurance Act 
Minor Injury Regulation 
APPENDIX
The maximum amount recoverable as damages for non-pecuniary losses for all minor 
injuries sustained by a claimant as a result of an accident occurring during the 2010 
calendar year is $4,518. 
This amount is based on the annual change in the Alberta Consumer Price Index 
(CPI), and is calculated using the following formulas:
(a)	The annual change in the Alberta CPI was calculated to one-tenth of a 
percentage point using the formula X = (A-B) / B where:
	X is the annual change in the Alberta CPI;
	A is the sum of the 12 individual monthly CPI indexes for the 12-month 
period ending on September 30, 2009; 
	B is the sum of the 12 individual monthly CPI indexes for the 12-month 
period ending on September 30, 2008.
(b)	The result in (a) is multiplied by the 2009 minor injury amount and rounded 
to the nearest whole dollar to derive the increase in the minor injury amount 
for 2010. 
(c)	The increase in (b) is added to the 2009 minor injury amount and rounded to 
the nearest whole dollar to establish the 2010 minor injury amount. 
The following data was used in the calculation:
Month

Alberta Consumer 
Price Index
Month

Alberta Consumer 
Price Index
Oct-07
118.6
Oct-08
121.5
Nov-07
119.1
Nov-08
121.6
Dec-07
118.9
Dec-08
121.2
Jan-08
118.8
Jan-09
120.2
Feb-08
119.0
Feb-09
121.5
Mar-08
119.8
Mar-09
120.9
Apr-08
121.3
Apr-09
120.4
May-08
122.2
May-09
121.4
Jun-08
124.0
Jun-09
122.0
Jul-08
123.3
Jul-09
121.5
Aug-08
124.1
Aug-09
122.0
Sep-08
122.8
Sep-09
121.5
Summation (B)
1451.9
Summation (A)
1455.7
2005 basket, monthly (2002=100)
Based on the above, the annual change in the Alberta CPI, rounded to 1/10th of a 
percentage point, is 0.0026 or 0.3%.  The increase in the minor injury amount for 
2010 is 0.3% of the 2009 minor injury amount of $4,504 rounded to the nearest whole 
dollar, or $14.  Accordingly, the 2010 minor injury amount is set at $4,518.
Municipal Affairs
Ministerial Order No. L:208/09
(Municipal Government Act)
I, Ray Danyluk, Minister of Municipal Affairs, Education, under the authority of the 
Municipal Government Act and the regulations, make the following order:
1.	The 2009 Alberta Assessment Quality Minister's Guidelines are established 
as set out in the attached documents.
2.	All municipalities must provide to the Minister a return in the form and 
manner prescribed in the 2009 Alberta Assessment Quality Minister's 
Guidelines to comply with section 319(1) of the Act.
3,	All municipalities must provide to the Minister information and statistics of 
the type and in the manner described in the 2009 Alberta Assessment 
Quality Minister's Guidelines.
4. 	This Ministerial Order rescinds Ministerial Order No. L:232/08.
5.	This Ministerial Order is in effect for assessments prepared for the 2010 and 
subsequent taxation years.
Dated at Edmonton, Alberta, this 24th day of November, 2009.
Ray Danyluk, Minister.
Service Alberta
Vital Statistics
Notice of Change of Personal Name
(Change of Name Act)
All Notice of Change of Personal Names for 2009 can be viewed in print versions of the
Alberta Gazette or on QP Source Professional.


All Notice of Change of Personal Names for 2009 can be viewed in print versions of the
Alberta Gazette or on QP Source Professional.


All Notice of Change of Personal Names for 2009 can be viewed in print versions of the
Alberta Gazette or on QP Source Professional.


All Notice of Change of Personal Names for 2009 can be viewed in print versions of the
Alberta Gazette or on QP Source Professional.


All Notice of Change of Personal Names for 2009 can be viewed in print versions of the
Alberta Gazette or on QP Source Professional.

Solicitor General and Public Security
Designation of Qualified Technician Appointment  
(Intoxilyzer 5000C)
Edmonton Police Service 
Andersson, Noelle Elizabeth
(Date of Designation December 1, 2009)
Sustainable Resource Development
Alberta Fishery Regulations, 1998
Notice of Variation Order 33-2009
Commercial Fishing Seasons
The close times and quotas set out in Schedule 8 to the Alberta Fishery Regulations in 
respect of the waters listed in the Schedule to this Notice have been varied by 
Variation Order 33-2009 by the Director of Fisheries Management in accordance with 
section 3 of the Alberta Fishery Regulations.
Where fishing with gill nets is permitted during an open season established by the 
Order, the gill net mesh size has been specified in the Order.


Pursuant to Variation Order 33-2009 commercial fishing is permitted in accordance 
with the following schedule.
SCHEDULE 
PART 1
Item - 1 
Column 1 Waters - In respect of: (48) Jensen (Pothole) Reservoir (4-22-W4) 
Column 2 Gear - Gill net not less than 140 mm mesh 
Column 3 Open Time - 08:00 hours December 14, 2009 to 16:00 hours December 
18, 2009.
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 4,500 kg; 2) Walleye: 45 kg; 3) 
Yellow perch: 1 kg; 4) Northern pike: 225 kg; 5) Tullibee: 1 kg; 6) Lake trout: 1 kg.
Item - 1 
Column 1 Waters - In respect of: (80) Orloff Lake (73-23-W4) 
Column 2 Gear - Gill net not less than 140 mm mesh 
Column 3 Open Time - 08:00 hours January 5, 2010 to 16:00 hours January 8, 2010.
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 9,500 kg; 2) Walleye: 450 kg; 3) 
Yellow perch: 1 kg; 4) Northern pike: 1,150 kg; 5) Tullibee: 15,850 kg; 6) Lake trout: 
1 kg.
Item - 1 
Column 1 Waters - In respect of: (90) Rock Island Lake (75-22-W4) 
Column 2 Gear - Gill net not less than 140 mm mesh 
Column 3 Open Time - 08:00 hours January 2, 2010 to 16:00 hours January 4, 2010.
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 3,250 kg; 2) Walleye: 350 kg; 3) 
Yellow perch: 1 kg; 4) Northern pike: 850 kg; 5) Tullibee: 9,050 kg; 6) Lake trout: 1 
kg.
Item - 1 
Column 1 Waters - In respect of: (91) Rolling Hills Lake (16-14-W4) 
Column 2 Gear - Gill net not less than 140 mm mesh 
Column 3 Open Time - 08:00 hours January 4, 2010 to 16:00 hours January 8, 2010.
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 9,050 kg; 2) Walleye: 220 kg; 3) 
Yellow perch: 1 kg; 4) Northern pike: 300 kg; 5) Tullibee: 1 kg; 6) Lake trout: 1 kg.
______________
Notice of Variation Order 34-2009
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 34-2009 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 34-2009 commercial fishing is permitted in accordance 
with the following schedule.
SCHEDULE 
PART 1
Item - 1 
Column 1 Waters - In respect of: (9.1) Buck Lake (46-5-W5) - excluding the 
following portions: - that portion south of a line drawn from the northernmost point of 
land in NW11-46-6-W5 to the northernmost point of land in NW12-46-6-W5; - that 
portion south of a line drawn from the northernmost point of land in NW12-46-6-W5 
to the nearest point of land in SE13-46-6-W5; - that portion east of a line drawn from 
the westernmost point of land in SW25-46-6-W5 to the point where the northern 
shoreline is intersected by the western boundary of 36-46-6-W5 
Column 2 Gear - Gill net not less than 152 mm mesh 
Column 3 Open Time - 08:00 hours January 4, 2010 to 16:00 hours January 5, 2010.
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 20,000 kg; 2) Walleye: 250 kg; 3) 
Yellow perch: 250 kg; 4) Northern pike: 250 kg; 5) Tullibee: 1 kg; 6) Lake trout: 1 
kg.
Item - 1 
Column 1 Waters - In respect of: (54.1) Lac Ste. Anne (55-3-W5) - excluding that 
portion southeast of a line drawn from the water tower in Gunn Townsite to the point 
of land in 10-20-54-3-W5 
Column 2 Gear - Gill net not less than 140 mm mesh 
Column 3 Open Time - 08:00 hours March 8, 2010 to 16:00 hours March 12, 2010.
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 45,000 kg; 2) Walleye: 450 kg; 3) 
Yellow perch: 900 kg; 4) Northern pike: 550 kg; 5) Tullibee: 1 kg; 6) Lake trout: 1 
kg.
______________
Notice of Variation Order 35-2009
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 35-2009 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 35-2009 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 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; b) 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  c)  that portion that is less than 50 feet (15.24 m) in depth that is north 
and west of the line described in point (b) and east of the line described in point (a):  
08:00 hours January 4, 2010 to 16:00 hours March 31, 2010 B. In respect of all other 
waters:  Closed.
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 165,570 kg; 2) Walleye: 7,628 kg; 
3) Yellow perch: 100 kg; 4) Northern pike: 6,169 kg; 5) Tullibee: 5,000 kg; 6) Lake 
trout: 1 kg.
______________
Notice of Variation Order 36-2009
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 36-2009 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 36-2009 commercial fishing is permitted in accordance 
with the following schedule.
SCHEDULE 
PART 1
Item - 1 
Column 1 Waters - In respect of: (122) Utikuma Lake (79-10-W5) 
Column 2 Gear - Gill net not less than 140 mm mesh 
Column 3 Open Time - A. In respect of Utikuma Lake excluding the following 
portions: -  that portion which is south of a line drawn from the access road located at  
the point of land in SE24-79-9-W5, then southwest to the south easternmost point of 
land of the island located in SE22-79-9-W5, then west and north along the shore of 
the island to a point in SW22-79-9-W5,  then southwest to the northwestern tip of the 
island located in NE31-78-9-W5 and then southwest to the point of land on the 
southern shore in SE26-78-10-W5; and - that portion within 800  m of the island (East 
Island) located in sections 22,26,27,33,34-79-9-W5: 08:00 hours March 15, 2010 to 
16:00 hours March 21, 2010. B. In respect of all other waters: Closed.
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 10,000 kg; 2) Walleye: 180 kg; 3) 
Yellow perch: 100 kg; 4) Northern pike: 2,250 kg; 5) Tullibee: 1,000 kg; 6) Lake 
trout: 1 kg.
______________
Notice of Variation Order 37-2009
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 37-2009 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 37-2009 commercial fishing is permitted in accordance 
with the following schedule.
SCHEDULE 
PART 2
Item - 1 
Column 1 Waters - In respect of: (4) Utikuma Lake (79-10-W5) a) In respect of 
Utikuma Lake i)- that portion which is north of a line drawn from the access road 
located at  the point of land in SE24-79-9-W5, then southwest to the south 
easternmost point of land of the island located in SE22-79-9-W5, then west and north 
along the shore of the island to a point in SW22-79-9-W5,  then southwest to the 
northwestern tip of the island located in NE31-78-9-W5 and then southwest to the 
point of land on the southern shore in SE26-78-10-W5: 
Column 2 Gear - Gill net not less than 140 mm mesh 
Column 3 Open Time - 08:00 hours March 11, 2010 to 16:00 hours March 18, 
2010.
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 10,000 kg; 2) Walleye: 180 kg; 3) 
Yellow perch: 100 kg; 4) Northern pike: 2,250 kg; 5) Tullibee: 1,000 kg; 6) Lake 
trout: 1 kg.
b) In respect of all other waters 
Column 2 Gear - Gill net  
Column 3 Open Time - Closed.
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 1 kg; 2) Walleye: 1 kg; 3) Yellow 
perch: 1 kg; 4) Northern pike: 1 kg; 5) Tullibee: 1 kg; 6) Lake trout: 1 kg.
Notice of Variation Order 38-2009
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 38-2009 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 38-2009 commercial fishing is permitted in accordance 
with the following schedule.
SCHEDULE 
PART 1
Item - 1 
Column 1 Waters - In respect of: (13) Calling Lake (72-22-W4) 
Column 2 Gear - Gill net not less than 140 mm mesh 
Column 3 Open Time - A. In respect of Calling Lake excluding the following 
portions: - that portion less than less than 50 feet (16.1 m): 08:00 hours January 11, 
2010 to 16:00 hours January 15, 2010 B. In respect of all other waters: After 16:00 
hours March 31, 2009.
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 60,000 kg; 2) Walleye: 734 kg; 3) 
Yellow perch: 1,800 kg; 4) Northern pike: 1,500 kg; 5) Tullibee: 100,000 kg; 6) Lake 
trout: 1 kg.
Item - 1 
Column 1 Waters - In respect of: (85) Primrose Lake (67-1-W4) 
Column 2 Gear - Gill net not less than 140 mm mesh 
Column 3 Open Time - 18:00 hours July 3, 2009 to 16:00 hours July 12, 2009; 08:00 
hours December 27, 2009 to 16:00 hours January 4, 2010.
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 18,800 kg; 2) Walleye: 7,550 kg; 
3) Yellow perch: 1 kg; 4) Northern pike: 4,800 kg; 5) Tullibee: 1 kg; 6) Lake trout: 1 
kg.


Workers' Compensation Board
2010 Premium Rates 
Sector Index
(Workers' Compensation Act)
				   2010 
 Rate			    Industry	Premium 
Group	Industry	      Title	   Rate	          Notes
Sector 1 - Agriculture and Forestry
011500					$4.32 
	60201	+	Livestock Auctions/Stockyards	
017100					$3.74 
	01700	*	Farms - Mixed	$3.74 
	01900	*	Apiaries	$3.67	(ICP Participant) 
	01901	+	Greenhouses/Market Gardens	$3.67	(ICP Participant) 
	02102		Hatcheries - Commercial	$3.74 
	02109	*	Feed Lots	$3.67	(ICP Participant) 
	04100		Fishing/Fish or Fur Farms	$3.67	(ICP Participant)
041100					$2.89 
	03100		Logging - Woodlands Operations 
	03902		Timber Management
Sector 2 - Mining and Petroleum Development
063201					$2.28 
	06100		Mining - Underground 
	34101		Cement Mfg Including Quarrying
071100					$0.46 
	06300		Oil & Gas - Upstream	$0.55	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	06305		Field Production Operators	$0.55	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	06501		Sulphur Process 	$0.57	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	06601		Heavy Oil/Oilsands - R & D	$0.45	(ICP Participant) 
	51500		Pipeline Cleaning	$0.45	(ICP Participant) 
	51501		Pipeline Transmission - Oil/Gas	$0.54	(incl. safety assn levy,  
						(exempt from WH&S levy) 
	73702	*	Land/Permit Man Services	$0.46
071200					$0.48 
	06600		Oilsands Operations	$0.48 
	07700		Mine/Refine - Salt	$0.47	(ICP Participant)
091100					$3.28 
	09600		Drilling - Oil/Gas Wells	$3.36	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	09915		Well Casing Services	$3.38	(incl. safety assn levy)
091101					$2.71	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	09903		Well Servicing with Service Rigs	
091200					$3.91	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	09200		Seismic Survey		(ICP Participant)
091908					$1.67	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	09911		Oilfield Downhole Services 
	09921		Oilfield Svces - Christmas Tree
092101					$4.09 
	09201		Drilling - Shot Hole	$4.20	(incl. safety assn levy)  
						(ICP Participant) 
	09904		Drilling - Rathole/Rig Anchor	$4.19	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42103		Boring - Horizontal/Angular	$4.16	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42130		Waterwell/Deep Core Drilling	$4.09 
	42150		Procuring Soil Samples	$4.09
Sector 3 - Manufacturing, Processing and Packaging
101100					$5.25 
	01103		Poultry Loading Services	$5.25	 
	10100		Meat Processing	$5.16	(ICP Participant) 
	10104		Rendering Plants	$5.16	(ICP Participant)
104100					$2.08 
	10500		Dairy Products Processing	$2.04	(ICP Participant) 
	11202		Fruit Juice Processing	$2.04	(ICP Participant) 
	13500		Vegetable Oils/Yeast Mfg	$2.08 
	37402		Medicine/Vitamins Mfg	$2.08
105305					$1.62 
	02101		Seed Cleaning Plants	$1.56	(exempt from WH&S levy)
						(ICP Participant) 
	12301		Feed Mills	$1.56	(exempt from WH&S levy)
						(ICP Participant) 
	12400		Flour Mills	$1.58	(exempt from WH&S levy)
	13900		Malt  Mfg	$1.60	(ICP Participant)
105306					$5.40 
	12304		Forage Processing
107200					$2.50 
	12900		Bakeries	$2.50 
	13100		Food Process - Misc	$2.45	(ICP Participant) 
	13904		Pasta Manufacture	$2.50 
	13905		Vegetables Process/Grade	$2.50
111100					$2.77 
	14100		Soft Drinks/Water/Ice - Mfg
113100					$1.03 
	14300		Liquor/Wine - Mfg	$1.01	(ICP Participant) 
	14500		Breweries	$1.03
169903					$1.99 
	29600		Aluminum/Metal Extrusion 
	37301		Plastic Products - Mfg
249901					$0.79 
	21300		Rope/Carpet - Mfg/Repair	$0.77	(ICP Participant) 
	22901		Drapes/Linens - Mfg/Repair/Inst	$0.79 
	24900		Wearing Apparel - Mfg/Repair	$0.77	(ICP Participant)
251200					$2.52 
	25100		Sawmills/Planing Mills	$2.52 
	25900		Peel/Point - Posts	$2.47	(ICP Participant) 
	25901		Treating of Timber	$2.52
254902					$2.89 
	25401		Wood Products - Mfg 	$2.89 
	42147		Finishing Carpentry	$2.94	(incl. safety assn levy)
261200					$3.64
	26101		Upholstered Furniture - Mfg/Repair		(ICP Participant) 
	26104		Furniture Refinishing		(ICP Participant)
271100					$0.79 
	27102		Pulp Mills
271401					$1.45 
	27103		Panelboard - Mfg
273100					$1.82 
	27300		Cardboard Box/Tubing/Bag - Mfg
279200					$0.44 
	16900		Rubber Stamps/Stencils - Mfg	$0.43	(ICP Participant) 
	17901		Vinyl Goods - Mfg/Repair	$0.43	(ICP Participant) 
	33902		Electrical Components - Mfg	$0.43	(ICP Participant) 
	38100		Instrumentation - Mfg	$0.44 
	38200		Jewelry - Mfg	$0.43	(ICP Participant) 
	38201	*	Lapidary Services	$0.44 
	39300		Sporting Equipment/Brooms  - Mfg	$0.43	(ICP Participant) 
	69903		Pottery - Mfg	$0.44 
	89916		Taxidermists	$0.43	(ICP Participant)
281901					$0.79 
	27402	+	Envelope Manufacturing	$0.77	(ICP Participant) 
	28600		Printing/Book Binding	$0.79	 
	28900	+	Publish with Printing	$0.79 
	86202	+	Newspaper/Flyer Distribution	$0.77	(ICP Participant)
291200					$6.11 
	29102		Foundries, Iron & Steel	$6.11 
	62700		Scrap/Salvage Dealers	$6.01	(ICP Participant)
292100					$1.76 
	29200		Steel Pipe Mfg 
	62500		Steel Svce Centre - No Salvage
303900					$2.23 
	26401		Metal Furniture Mfg	$2.19	(ICP Participant) 
	29100		Steel Mfg - Exclude Foundries	$2.23 
	30100		Steel/Metal Fabrication	$2.31	(incl. safety assn levy) 
						(ICP Participant) 
	30101		Heat Treating/Stress Relieving	$2.19	(ICP Participant) 
	30407		Pipe Cleaning/Coating	$2.19	(ICP Participant) 
	33606		Industrial Electric Equipment Mfg	$2.19	(ICP Participant) 
	89401		Welding	$2.26	(incl. safety assn levy)
304900					$1.63 
	30412		Sheet Metal Shops	$1.63 
	30700		Heat/Cooling Equipment Mfg	$1.61	(ICP Participant) 
	33602		Switchboard/Electrical Panel-Mfg	$1.63
308101					$1.51 
	30403		Metal/Porcelain Prod - Coating 	$1.48	(ICP Participant) 
	30801		Machining	$1.51
351100					$2.18 
	16901		Tires/Rubber Products - Mfg	$2.18 
	27200		Asphalt Roofing Products - Mfg	$2.18 
	34500		Gypsum Board - Mfg	$2.15	(ICP Participant) 
	35401		Fibreglass Insulation - Mfg	$2.15	(ICP Participant)
354900					$3.78 
	29700		Foundry - Non Ferous	$3.78 
	34700		Concrete Products Mfg	$3.78 
	38500		Fibreglass Reinforced Prdcts-Mfg	$3.72	(ICP Participant)
355100					$2.76	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	34800		Transit Mix Operations
371100					$0.95 
	36500		Refine - Crude/Used Oil	$1.04	(incl. safety assn levy)
	37801		Petrochemicals - Mfg	$0.95 

397100					$1.29 
	28603		Signs/Advertising Displays - Mfg 	$1.27	(ICP Participant) 
	39901		Picture Frame, Case, Casket - Mfg	$1.29 
	86201	*	Window/Store Display Ad Services	$1.29
397101					$1.70 
	22101		Awnings/Tents/Tarps - Mfg/Repair		(ICP Participant) 
	39701		Outdoor Advertising		(ICP Participant)
579900					$1.03 
	16902		Industrial Belting - Install/Svce 
	62304		Compressors/Power Unit - Mfg
Sector 5 - Construction and Construction Trade Services
411901					$2.01 
	06304		Oil Field Maint/Construction	$2.09	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	40400		Construction - Industrial	$2.04	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42105		Erect - Sheet/Metal Structures	$2.04	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42106		Erect - Structural Steel	$2.04	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42109		Heavy Machine/Equip-Install/Svce	$2.04	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42129		Industrial Plant Maintenance	$2.04	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42156		Erect/Dismantle - Storage Tanks	$2.04	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42161		Erect - Precast Concrete	$2.04	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42184		Mechanical Insulation - Install/Svce	$2.04	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	89928		Rent/Erect - Scaffold/Cranes	$2.04	(incl. safety assn levy)
411905					$1.83	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	40405		Residential General Contractor
421501					$2.33 
	01904		Nurseries - Tree/Shrub	$2.29	(ICP Participant) 
	01905		Sod Growers	$2.33 
	02100		Landscaping	$2.36	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	02103		Lawn Maintenance	$2.29	(ICP Participant) 
	02105		Feed Lot/Corral Cleaning	$2.29	(ICP Participant) 
	02200		Right-of-Way Maintenance	$2.36	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	40602		Paving/Surfacing	$2.36	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	40604		Mobile Equipment Operation	$2.36	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	40901		Power Line - Construct/Remove	$2.36	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	40905		Pipeline Construction	$2.36	(incl. safety assn levy)
422902					$6.42	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	40401		Construction Trade Services - NEC 
	42143		Framing Contractor - Const
423100					$4.04 
	42102		Brick/Masonry Construction	$4.11	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42104		Concrete Construction	$4.11	(incl. safety assn levy)
	42158		Refractory Linings - Sell/Install	$4.04 
	42159		Caisson Operations	$4.04	(incl. safety assn levy)	
						(ICP Participant)
423300					$2.75	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	30302		Overhead Doors - Install/Repair 
	42121		Doors/Windows - Mfg/Install
423500					$6.59	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42118		Roofing 
	42151		Siding/Eavestrough - Fab./Inst.
426100					$1.94 
	31507		Dust Suppression Systems	$1.90	(ICP Participant) 
	31508		Overhead Cranes - Service Only	$1.97	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42110		Elevators/Escalators - Svce/Install	$1.97	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42117		Heating Systems - Fab/Install	$1.97	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42122		Mechanical Contracting	$1.97	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42124		Electric Wiring	$1.97	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42128		TV/Radio Antennae Installation	$1.94 
	42144		Fire Sprinklers - Install/Svce	$1.97	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	89600		Refrigeration Equip - Sales/Svce	$1.97	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	89605		Service Station Equip - Sales/Svce	$1.97	(incl. safety assn levy)
427200					$4.15	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42135		Drywall/Lath/Plaster/Stucco/etc 
	42141		Acoustic Materials - Sell/Install
427401					$2.43	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42133		Cabinets/Counters - Asmb/Install
427501					$3.39	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42111		Painting/Decorating 
	42120		Sand Blasting 
	42139		Industrial Coating Services
427800					$3.24	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	42113		Tile/Terrazzo - Sell/Install 
	42125		Floor Coverings - Sell/Install
429201					$0.83 
	31501		Light Metal Products - Asmb/Install	$0.83 
	35301		Monument/Tombstone Dealers	$0.82	(ICP Participant) 
	42131		Vacuum Systems - Asmb/Install	$0.82	(ICP Participant) 
	42160		Electronic Equipment - Sell/Svce	$0.83
429800					$3.00	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	86911		Staffing Services - Labour
429915					$2.81 
	06306		Vacuum Removal - Wet/Dry Waste	$2.90	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	09902		Cleaning Svces - Mobile Pressure	$2.81 
	09927		Oilfield Services - Sump Pit	$2.90	(incl. safety assn levy)
429930					$1.14 
	40907		Test/Preserve - Power Poles	$1.12	(ICP Participant) 
	51502		NDT Testing Incl Visual Inspect	$1.21	(incl. safety assn levy)  
						(exempt from WH&S levy) 
	51503		Oil/Gas Meters - Inspect/Test	$1.09	(exempt from WH&S levy) 
						(ICP Participant) 
	51504		Cathodic Protection Service	$1.12	(incl. safety assn levy)  
						(exempt from WH&S levy) 
	51506		Quality Control Svces - Construct	$1.14 
	86413		Test - Heat/Air Condition Systems	$1.12	(ICP Participant) 
	86922	*	Inspection Services- Visual, NEC	$1.12	(ICP Participant)
775909					$1.14 
	86401		Survey - Land/General		(ICP Participant)
Sector 6 - Transportation, Communication and Utilities
451100					$1.22		(exempt from WH&S levy) 
	50100		Air Svce - Scheduled Commercial	$1.22 
	50104		Air Service - Regular	$1.19	(ICP Participant) 
	50107		Helicopter Service	$1.19	(ICP Participant) 
	50200		Aircraft - Ground Support Svces	$1.22 
	50203		Flight Operation - Miscellaneous	$1.19	(ICP Participant)
453100					$1.23	(exempt from WH&S levy)
						(ICP Participant) 
	50607		Railway Transportation Service
456100					$3.65 
	42155		Move Buildings	$3.71	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	50701		Trucking - Specialized	$3.59	(incl. safety assn levy) 	
						(exempt from WH&S levy) 
						(ICP Participant)
	50720		Trucking Service - Oilfield	$3.64	(incl. safety assn levy) 
							(exempt from WH&S levy)
456102					$4.35	(incl. safety assn levy, 	
						(exempt from WH&S levy) 
						(ICP Participant) 
	50714		Trucking Service - General
457200					$2.71 
	50800		Bus Lines	$2.64		(exempt from WH&S levy) 
	50802		Bus Depots	$2.67	(ICP Participant) 
	51200		Taxi Cabs/Limousine Service	$2.67	(ICP Participant)
457300					$2.24 
	50801		Bus - School
479901					$2.26 
	51705		Packing/Crating - Custom	$2.22	(ICP Participant) 
	52700		Warehousing - Public	$2.26	
481300					$0.49 
	54300		Radio/TV Stations	$0.47		(exempt from WH&S levy) 
						(ICP Participant) 
	85100		Movie Theatres	$0.49 
	85907	*	Movie/Film/Video/ Production	$0.49 
	85914	*	Artists/Entertainers/Performers	$0.49 
	85918		Live Theatres/Ballet	$0.48	(ICP Participant) 
	85934	*	Alliance Theatre Trust Funds	$0.49
482102					$0.33		(exempt from WH&S levy) 
	54301		Closed Circuit TV/Cablevision	$0.33 
	54501		Telecommunication Systems 	$0.32	(ICP Participant)
491100					$0.68 
	57200		Electric Power Companies
492101					$0.87 
	57400		Natural Gas Distribution
499900					$2.90 
	27400		Recycle/Salvage/Reclaim - Waste	$2.90 
	57901		Garbage Collection/Disposal	$2.99	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	65402		Towing Auto Vehicles	$2.90	 
Sector 8 - Wholesale and Retail
563100					$1.67 
	25403		Home Improvement Centres 	$1.67 
	62908		Garden Supply Centres	$1.64	(ICP Participant)
571100					$1.41 
	62200		Farm Implement Dealers		(ICP Participant)
571105					$0.98 
	62302		Machinery/Equip NEC 			
			- Sales/Svce	$1.00	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	86905		Safety Equipment - Sale/Rental	$0.98
572100					$1.75 
	62201		Mobile Equipment Dealers
572102					$1.10 
	89910		Industrial/Oilfield Equip - Rent
572203					$0.62 
	37902		Chemical Products - Pckg/Dist 
	62303		Industrial Supply Stores
601100					$1.80 
	63100		Food/Convenience Stores 
	63103		Home Provisioner/Butcher Shops 
	63105		Liquor/Wine/Beer Sales Outlets 
	65406		Gas Bars/Car Wash - No Auto Svce 
	69916		Wholesale Food Distribution
614101					$0.43 
	62903		Sales Operations - NEC	$0.42	(ICP Participant) 
	66300		Shoe Stores	$0.43 
	66900		Clothing/Yard Goods Stores	$0.43 
	68100		Drug Stores	$0.43 
	69100		Book/Stationery Stores/etc	$0.43 
	69500		Jewellery Stores	$0.43 
	69904		Novelty/Gift/Hobby Stores/etc	$0.43 
	89100	*	Travelling Sales/Mfg Agents	$0.43
621102					$0.24 
	33901		Medical Equipment - Sales/Svce 
	62300		Office Equipment - Sales/Svce 
	67602		Entertainment Equip - Sales/Svce
631100					$1.01 
	65600		Auto Dealers		(ICP Participant)
632901					$1.02 
	69912		Trailers - Sales/Rental with Svce	$1.00	(ICP Participant) 
	69915		Sport Vehicles - Sale/Svce	$1.02 
	89922		Industrial Camp Trailers - Rental	$1.02
633104					$1.72 
	60800		Bulk Petroleum Dealers	$1.69	(ICP Participant) 
	69300		Propane Dealers	$1.72	
635100					$1.73 
	16300		Tire Retreading	$1.73 
	62701		Auto Wreckers	$1.73 
	65400		Service Stations	$1.70	(ICP Participant) 
	65808		General Automotive Repair	$1.73
635200					$1.13 
	65800		Automobile Body Repairs		(ICP Participant)
641100					$1.13 
	64200		Department/General Stores	$1.13 
	67300		Hardware/Auto Parts Stores/etc	$1.13 
	67601		Furniture Stores	$1.13 
	67604		Appliances - Sale & Svce	$1.11	(ICP Participant) 
	67802		Household Appliance - Svce Only	$1.13 
	69200		Florists, Wholesale and Retail	$1.13 
	69901		Auctions - NEC	$1.11	(ICP Participant) 
	69914		Pet/Seed/Feed Stores	$1.13 
	86909		Inventory Services	$1.13 
	89908		Small Equip/Appliances - Rental	$1.13
661100					$0.88 
	62900		Wholesaling - NEC
671100					$2.03		(exempt from WH&S levy) 
	52400		Grain/Seed Handling Operations
Sector 10 - Municipal Government, Education and Health Services
813100					$0.07		(exempt from WH&S levy) 
	86930	*	Federal Gov't Employment Develop
835104					$1.24 
	36502		Remove/Treat - Hazardous Waste	$1.32	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	57601		Irrigation/Drainage District	$1.24 
	57602		Water Treatment/Distribution	$1.24 
	82712	*	Fire Protection Co-operatives	$1.22	(ICP Participant) 
	95102		Municipal Districts	$1.25	(incl. safety assn levy)	
						(ICP Participant)
835105					$0.75	 
	95105	*	First Nations Operations	$0.73		(exempt from WH&S levy) 
	95108		Operate - Metis Settlements	$0.75	 
835106					$1.30 
	95100		Villages	$1.32	(incl. safety assn levy) 
						(ICP Participant) 
	95101		Towns	$1.32	(incl. safety assn levy) 
						(ICP Participant) 
	95104		Cities	$1.31	(incl. safety assn levy) 
						(ICP Participant)
851109					$0.89 
	80102		School Boards	$0.89 
	80105		Schools - Independent	$0.87	(ICP Participant) 
	80106		Kindergartens	$0.89 
	89923		Schools - Driving/Testing	$0.87	(ICP Participant)
853100					$0.35 
	80103		Colleges	$0.35 
	80301		Schools - Business	$0.34	(ICP Participant) 
	80302		Schools - Industrial Training	$0.34	(ICP Participant) 
	80305	+	Schools - Dance, Music, Hobby	$0.34	(ICP Participant) 
	80311		Institutes of Technology	$0.35 
	80500		Universities	$0.35 
	80700		Library Boards	$0.34	(ICP Participant) 
	80701	*	Museums & Art Galleries	$0.35 
	86927		Safety/First Aid Training	$0.35
861100					$1.01 
	82100		Hospitals/Acute Care Centres	$0.92	(ICP Participant) 
	82705		Health Units	$0.99	(ICP Participant) 
	82710		Supply Medical Personnel	$1.01
862100					$1.84 
	82704		Home Support Services	$1.84 
	82800		Senior's Supportive Living	$1.91	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	82808		Continuing Care Facilities	$1.91	(incl. safety assn levy)
864100					$0.84 
	82801		Day Homes/Day Care Centres	$0.84 
	82812		Play Schools	$0.82	(ICP Participant)
864700					$1.80 
	82806	*	Rehabilitation Svces for Disabled
864900					$0.83 
	85909		Friendship/Cultural Centres	$0.82	(ICP Participant) 
	89925	*	Social/Community Support Svce	$0.83
Sector 11 - Provincial Government
820000					$0.17 
	93200		AGPS - Regulatory
820001					$0.73 
	93201		AGPS - Health/Social/Field Svces
820002					$1.06 
	93202		AGPS - Operations/Trades/Tech
Sector 12 - Business, Personal, and Professional Services
759900					$0.99 
	87500		Manufactured Home Parks	$0.97	(ICP Participant) 
	87510		Hostels	$0.99 
	89702		Property Management	$0.99
771201					$0.22 
	52705		Document Storage/Exchange	$0.22 
	62904	*	Freight Forwarding - Overseas	$0.22 
	70200	*	Banks/Financial Services	$0.21	(exempt from WH&S levy) 
	73500	*	Real Estate Dealers/Land Develop	$0.22 
	73501	*	Insurance Companies	$0.22 
	85925	+	Travel Agency/Motor Association	$0.22  
	86200	*	Advertising Agencies	$0.22 
	86600	*	Legal Services	$0.22 
	86901	+	Business Services	$0.22 
	86902	*	Consultant - Management	$0.22 
	86906		Staffing Services - Office/Prof.	$0.22 
	86918	*	Mailing List/Manuscript Research	$0.22 
	86920	*	Personnel Recruitment Agencies	$0.22 
	86921	*	Administer Out of Province Ops	$0.22 
	89101	*	Professional/Trade Associations	$0.22 
	89104	*	Charitable Associations	$0.22 
	93109		Boards, Agencies, Comm (compul)	$0.22 
	93113	*	Boards, Agencies, Comm (B/A)	$0.22
775200					$0.21 
	09900		Mud Logging Services	$0.32	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	86400		Engineering	$0.21 
	86403	*	Research/Material Testing Labs	$0.21 
	86405		Geophysical Surveys Excl Seismic	$0.21 
	86408		Waterfowl Preservation	$0.20	(ICP Participant) 
	86409	*	Architects	$0.21 
	86410		Map Making	$0.20	(ICP Participant) 
	86411	*	Geological/Geophysical Services 	$0.21 
	86414	*	Consultant - Environment/Agric	$0.21
	86913	*	Draft/Design-Inc	$0.21		
			Graphics/Software 
	86923	*	Interior Designing	$0.21 
	89927		Survey - Archaeological	$0.20	(ICP Participant)
779104					$1.38 
	86907		Armoured Car Services	$1.38 
	89902		Security Services/Industrial			
			Patrols	$1.34	(exempt from WH&S levy) 
	89913		Corps of Commissionaires	$1.38 
	89924		Investigative Services	$1.36	(ICP Participant)
863500					$0.41 
	02104		Animal Health Services 
	37401		Culture Media - Mfg 
	38101		Ophthalmic Dispensing 
	38102		Prostheses/Orthotics - Mfg/Rpr 
	82500	*	Medical Centre - Private 
	82700		Dental Labs/Denture Clinics 
	82701	*	Health/Allied Service - Misc 
	82703	*	Physiotherapy Centres
921401					$2.79 
	87505		Catering - Industrial Camps		
965301					$1.09 
	51902		Guiding/Rafting/Pack Trains	$1.09 
	85900	*	Golf Clubs/Ranges	$1.09 
	85904		Ski Resorts/Gondolas	$1.09 
	87501		Restaurant/Take-out Food Services	$1.09 
	87502		Catering, NEC	$1.09 
	87503		Hotels/Convention Centres	$1.13	(incl. safety assn levy) 
	87600		Outdoor Recreation	$1.09 
	87603		Youth/Religious Camps	$1.07	(ICP Participant)
969905					$0.98 
	02116		Animal Shelters/Pounds	$0.96	(ICP Participant) 
	02117	*	Kennels/Pet Grooming	$0.98 
	51701		Parking Facilities/Storage Garages	$0.98 
	80703	+	Zoos/Game Farms	$0.96	(ICP Participant) 
	85300	*	Bowling Alleys/Billiard Parlours	$0.98 
	85901	*	Skating/Curling Rinks, Comm Assn	$0.98 
	85916		Casinos/Dance Halls	$0.98 
	85919		Arenas/Stadiums - Operation of	$0.98 
	85922		Arcades	$0.96	(ICP Participant) 
	87508	*	Private Clubs	$0.98 
	89901		Exhibition Associations	$0.96	(ICP Participant) 
	89907		Tennis & Squash Facilities	$0.98
971300					$0.83 
	87200		Beauty/Barber Shops and Schools
972101					$2.03 
	87400		Laundries - Commercial	$2.03 
	87401		Dry Cleaners	$2.03 
	87402		Laundromats - Coin Operated	$1.99	(ICP Participant)
981102					$0.63 
	83100	*	Churches/Religious Orders	$0.63 
	87700		Funeral Services	$0.62	(ICP Participant) 
	87900		Cemeteries	$0.62	(ICP Participant)
995302					$1.80 
	87300	*	Domestic Help - Homeowner Only	$1.80 
	87301		Maid Services	$1.80 
	89701		Janitor Services	$1.80 
	89703		Clean - High Rise External Windows	$1.80 
	89704		Fumigating	$1.80 
	89705		Furnace Cleaning Services	$1.77	(ICP Participant)
ADVERTISEMENTS
Notice of Certificate of Intent to Dissolve
(Business Corporations Act)
Notice is hereby given that a Certificate of Intent to Dissolve was issued to DKD 
Oilfield Solutions (Canada) Inc. on December 9, 2009.
Dated at Calgary, Alberta on December 15, 2009.
Darren MacKinnon, Director.
Public Sale of Land
(Municipal Government Act)
Starland County
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
Starland County will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Administration Office, 
Morrin, Alberta, on Tuesday, February 23, 2010, at 2:00 p.m., the following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
Hamlet
C. of T.
19
3
2232BA
Michichi
931 150 452
17
3
7030AW
Craigmyle
051 305 657
18
3
7030AW
Craigmyle
051 305 657
19
3
7030AW
Craigmyle
051 305 657+1
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 properties are being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis, and Starland 
County makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the adequacy 
of services, soil conditions, land use districting, building and environmental 
contamination, or the developability of the subject land for any intended use by the 
Purchaser.  No bid will be accepted where the bidder attempts to attach conditions 
precedent to the sale of any parcel.  No terms and conditions of sale will be 
considered other than those specified by the county.  No further information is 
available at the auction regarding the lands to be sold.
Starland County may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel of 
land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Cash
The above property may be subject to G.S.T.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Morrin, Alberta, December 14, 2009.
Ross D. Rawlusyk, C.L.G.M., Chief Administrative Officer.






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