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The Alberta Gazette
Part I
Vol. 106	Edmonton, Tuesday, June 15, 2010	No. 11
RESIGNATIONS, RETIREMENTS & TERMINATIONS
Termination of Justice of the Peace
(Justice of the Peace Act)
May 26, 2010 
Schulze, Jack of Red Deer
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
Agriculture and Rural Development
Form 15
(Irrigation Districts Act) 
(Section 88)
Notice to Irrigation Secretariat: 
Change of Area of an Irrigation District
On behalf of the Western Irrigation District, I hereby request that the Irrigation 
Secretariat forward a certified copy of this notice to the Registrar for Land Titles for 
the purposes of registration under section 22 of the Land Titles Act and arrange for 
notice to be published in the Alberta Gazette.
The following parcels of land should be added to the irrigation district and the 
notation added to the certificate of title:
LINC Number
Short Legal Description as shown on title
Title Number
0018 202 656
4;22;22;26;NE
921 175 459
I certify the procedures required under part 4 of the Irrigation Districts Act have been 
completed and the area of the Western Irrigation District should be changed 
according to the above list.
Rebecca Fast, Office Administrator, 
Irrigation Secretariat.
_______________
On behalf of the Bow River Irrigation District, I hereby request that the Irrigation 
Secretariat forward a certified copy of this notice to the Registrar for Land Titles for 
the purposes of registration under section 22 of the Land Titles Act and arrange for 
notice to be published in the Alberta Gazette.
The following parcels of land should be added to the irrigation district and the 
notation added to the certificate of title:
LINC Number
Short Legal Description as shown on title
Title Number
0022 313 084
N.E. 19-16-18-W4M
801 052 051
0022 256 663
S.E. 12-14-19-W4M
091 391 688 +1
0029 205 813
S.W. 12-14-19-W4M
091 391 688
0022 158 828
N.W. 12-14-19-W4M
091 391 699 +4
0022 177 877
N.E. 12-14-19-W4M
091 391 699 +2
0022 373 146
N.E. 26-12-17-W4M
061 468 848 +2
0033 430 976 
S.E. 27-12-17-W4M
081 303 653 +6
0022 373 154 
N.E. 27-12-17-W4M
061 468 851 +2
0022 372 742
S.E. 35-12-17-W4M
061 468 848 +1
0022 372 791
S.W. 36-12-17-W4M
061 468 848
I certify the procedures required under part 4 of the Irrigation Districts Act have been 
completed and the area of the Bow River Irrigation District should be changed 
according to the above list.
Rebecca Fast, Office Administrator, 
Irrigation Secretariat.
_______________
On behalf of the Western Irrigation District, I hereby request that the Irrigation 
Secretariat forward a certified copy of this notice to the Registrar for Land Titles for 
the purposes of registration under section 22 of the Land Titles Act and arrange for 
notice to be published in the Alberta Gazette.
The following parcels of land should be removed from the irrigation district and the 
notation removed from the certificate of title:
LINC Number
Short Legal Description as shown on title
Title Number
0029 987 765
0311960;1;4
101 112 820
0022 064 968
4;22;22;29;SW
051 242 917 + 1
0022 062 129
4;22;23;34;NE
031 214 014
0016 938 409
4;22;23;32;SW
071 424 820
0022 062 889
4;22;23;30;NE
071 424 819
0022 078 976
4;22;24;3;NE
031 214 014 + 1
0029 281 342
0211195;1;1
101 132 173
0034 043 943
0914217;2;2
101 086 478
I certify the procedures required under part 4 of the Irrigation Districts Act have been 
completed and the area of the Western Irrigation District should be changed 
according to the above list.
Rebecca Fast, Office Administrator, 
Irrigation Secretariat.
Energy
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the quarter ending March 31, 2010
Function: Alberta Natural Gas Symposium 
Purpose: To provide an opportunity for the Alberta Hydrocarbons Committee and 
industry and academia experts to discuss the future of Alberta's natural gas resources. 
Amount: $7,517.05 
Date: December 9, 2009 
Location: Calgary, Alberta.
Environment
ENVIRONMENTAL CODE OF PRACTICE FOR PESTICIDES
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Preface
Section 1
Introduction
Section 2
Definitions
Section 3
Registration
Section 4
Procedural Requirements - Pesticide Applicator and Dispenser 
Assistants
Section 5
Procedural Requirement - Aerial Pesticide Applications
Section 6
Procedural Requirements - Insurance Coverage
Section 7
Operational Requirements - Pesticide Mixing and Loading Sites
Section 8
Operational Requirements - Emergency Response Equipment
Section 9
Operational Requirements - Disposal of Pesticide Rinsate and 
Pesticide Solution
Section10
Forest Management Pesticide Use
Section 11
Industrial Vegetation Management (roadside, powerline, 
pipeline and utility rights-of-way)
Section 12
Structural Pest Control
Section 13
Fumigation
Section 14
Mosquito Control
Section 15
Pesticide Application Within 30 Horizontal Metres of an Open 
Body of Water
Section 16
Herbicide Application - General
Section 16(7)
Herbicide Application for Aquatic Vegetation Control
Section 16(12)
Insecticide Application - General
Section 16(13)
Rodenticide Application - General
Section 16(15)
Pesticide Vendors - Sales for Acreage and Hobby Greenhouse 
Use
Section 17
Code Amendment
Section 18
Effective Date
Section 19
Appendix A: Training Checklist for Authorized and Non-Certified Pesticide 
Applicator Assistants
Appendix B: Training Checklist for Non-Certified Pesticide Dispenser Assistants
ENVIRONMENTAL CODE OF PRACTICE FOR PESTICIDES
ALBERTA ENVIRONMENT
Preface
1(1)	The Environmental Code of Practice for Pesticides, hereinafter referred to 
as the Code of Practice, is incorporated by the Pesticide (Ministerial) Regulation 
(A.R. 43/97) and the Pesticide Sales, Handling, Use and Application Regulation 
(A.R. 24/97), under the authority of section 38 of the Environmental Protection 
and Enhancement Act.  Pesticide applicators or other described pesticide users in 
this Code of Practice, and pesticide services and pesticide vendors affected by 
this Code of Practice must meet all its requirements to ensure that their activities 
are in compliance with Alberta's environmental laws.  In addition to the 
requirements of this Code of Practice, pesticide applicators and other described 
pesticide users, pesticide services and pesticide vendors must comply with all 
requirements of the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act, its 
associated regulations, and all other applicable laws.
(2)	Pesticide services, wholesale vendors selling pesticides described in 
Schedules 1, 2 or 3 of the Pesticide (Ministerial) Regulation (A.R. 43/97), and 
retail vendors selling pesticides described in Schedules 1 or 2 of the Pesticide 
(Ministerial) Regulation (A.R. 43/97) must register with Alberta Environment.  
Section 4 of this Code of Practice deals with registration in greater detail.
Introduction
2(1)	The Code of Practice provides specific details regarding the safe sales, 
handling, use and application of pesticides to ensure environmental protection.  
Pesticide applicators and other described pesticide users, pesticide services and 
pesticide vendors within the Province of Alberta must comply with these 
requirements.
(2)	Questions or concerns regarding the application or contents of this Code of 
Practice can be made to:
Alberta Environment 
Information Centre 
Main Floor, 9820 - 106 Street 
Edmonton, AB  T5K 2J6 
Phone:	(780) 427-2700 
Fax:	(780) 422-4086 
Email:  env.infocent@gov.ab.ca
or to any of the following Alberta Environment regional offices (to be connected 
toll-free, first call 310-0000):
Grande Prairie		phone:  (780) 538-5460 
Edmonton		phone:  (780) 427-7617 
Spruce Grove 		phone:  (780) 960-8600 
Red Deer		phone:  (403) 340-7052 
Calgary		phone:  (403) 297-7602 
Lethbridge		phone:  (403) 381-5322
Definitions
3(1)	In this Code of Practice, "woody plant" means trees and shrubs.
(2)	Terms that are defined in sections 1 and 154 of the Environmental 
Protection and Enhancement Act and in the Pesticide (Ministerial) Regulation 
(A.R. 43/97) and the Pesticide Sales, Handling, Use and Application Regulation 
(A.R. 24/97) are incorporated into and become part of this Code of Practice, 
unless otherwise defined or modified within this Code of Practice.
Registration
4(1)	In addition to any information required by the Director under the 
Approvals and Registration Procedure Regulation (A.R. 113/93), any person 
required to obtain a service registration under section 7 of the Pesticide 
(Ministerial) Regulation (A.R. 43/97) shall apply to the Director for registration 
in accordance with section 8 of the Pesticide (Ministerial) Regulation (A.R. 
43/97).
(2)	In addition to any information required by the Director under the 
Approvals and Registration Procedure Regulation (A.R. 113/93), any person 
required to obtain a vendor registration under section 14 of the Pesticide 
(Ministerial) Regulation (A.R. 43/97) shall apply to the Director for registration 
in accordance with section 15 of the Pesticide (Ministerial) Regulation (A.R. 
43/97).
Procedural Requirements - Pesticide Applicator and Dispenser Assistants
Pesticide Applicator Assistants
5(1)	In the following subsections,
(a)	"applicator assistant" means an assistant that has been trained according to 
a training checklist only (Appendix A); and
(b)	"authorized assistant" means an assistant that has:
(i)	received training from a certified applicator recognized as a trainer 
by the Director;
(ii)	passed an examination and been issued a certificate valid for 5 years, 
both recognized by the Director; and
(iii)	received supplementary training by a certified applicator that holds a 
valid certificate for the applications that will be conducted and in 
accordance with a training checklist (Appendix A).
(2)	An applicator assistant or authorized assistant must be
(a)	at least 16 years of age to handle pesticides described in Schedules 2 or 3 
of the Pesticide (Ministerial) Regulation (A.R. 43/97), and
(b)	at least 18 years of age to handle pesticides described in Schedule 1 of the 
Pesticide (Ministerial) Regulation (A.R. 43/97).
(3)	An applicator must
(a)	for each applicator assistant, complete a training checklist in the format 
provided in Appendix "A", or in a format acceptable to the Director, 
documenting
(i)	the instruction of each assistant who is applying pesticides, and
(ii)	the instruction of each assistant who is mixing or loading pesticides.
OR
(b)	for each authorized assistant, ensure that the authorized assistant has passed 
an examination recognized by the Director regarding pesticide application 
and complete a training checklist in the format provided in Appendix "A', 
or in a format acceptable to the Director.
(4)	The applicator and service registration holder must
(a)	keep the training checklists and copies of the authorized assistant 
certificates for a period of not less than 5 years; and
(b)	make training checklists and copies of the authorized assistant certificates 
available to Alberta Environment upon request.
(5)	An applicator, other than an applicator that holds an Aerial class of 
applicator certificate, may supervise a maximum of 6 individuals who may be 
assistants or authorized assistants.
(6)	When the applicator is supervising
(a)	authorized assistants, the applicator is not required to be physically present 
at the application site;
(b)	applicator assistants, the applicator must be present at each application site 
at least once per day and each time the pesticide, application equipment, or 
calibration are changed.
(7)	An authorized assistant, provided that the authorized assistant is physically 
present at an application site and can directly observe each assistant's pesticide 
application activities, may supervise
(a)	a maximum of 6 applicator assistants for stem specific herbicide 
applications for Industrial or Forestry applications described in Schedule 5 
of the Pesticide (Ministerial) Regulation (A.R. 43/97); and
(b)	a maximum of 2 applicator assistants for all other pesticide applications.
(8)	An applicator or authorized assistant must check the following at each 
application site for each assistant:
(a)	the amount of pesticide used corresponds with the area treated;
(b)	 the application equipment is not leaking;
(c)	protective equipment is present, and in good operational condition 
available to be worn by the assistant in accordance with the pesticide label, 
the material safety data sheet, and occupational health and safety 
requirements; 
(d)	 application records are maintained in accordance with sections 11 and 12 
of the Pesticide (Ministerial) Regulation  (A.R. 43/97) and the applicable 
sections of this Code; and 
(e)	application and handling practices comply with provincial environmental 
laws.
(9)	An applicator must ensure for each authorized assistant that:
(a)	application records are maintained in accordance with sections 11 and 12 
of the Pesticide (Ministerial) Regulation  (A.R. 43/97) and the applicable 
sections of this Code; and
(b)	application and handling practices comply with provincial environmental 
laws.
(10)	An applicator must be available to applicator assistants and authorized 
assistants through telephone or radio contact when the applicator is not physically 
present at an application site.
(11)	Unless the pesticide label requirements specify that the pesticide shall only 
be applied by an authorized applicator, certified applicator, pest control operator, 
or other approved applicator, or any similar restriction, an applicator or an 
authorized assistant must be physically present throughout the following pesticide 
applications:
(a)	restricted uses identified on the federal label; 
(b)	forest management;
(c)	spraying trees with any insecticide other than Bacillus thuringiensis or 
insecticidal soap;
(d)	mosquito adulticiding applications;
(e)	application of any nonselective residual herbicide containing any of the 
following active ingredients:
(i)	atrazine;
(ii)	bromacil;
(iii)	diuron;
(iv)	hexazinone;
(v)	imazapyr;
(vi)	simazine;
(vii)	sodium chlorate; and
(f)	application along a right-of-way with any pesticide product containing the 
active ingredient picloram.
Pesticide Dispenser Assistants
(12)	A "dispenser assistant" means an assistant that has been trained according 
to a training checklist only (Appendix B);
(13)	A dispenser assistant must be
(a)	at least 16 years of age to handle pesticides described in Schedules 2 or 3 
of the Pesticide (Ministerial) Regulation, and
(b)	at least 18 years of age to handle pesticides described in Schedule 1 of the 
Pesticide (Ministerial) Regulation (A.R. 43/97).
(14)	A dispenser must for each dispenser assistant, complete a training 
checklist in the format provided in Appendix "B", or in a format acceptable to the 
Director, documenting
(a)	the instruction of each assistant who is selling pesticides, and
(b)	the instruction of each assistant who is handling pesticides and dealing with 
emergency responses involving pesticides.
(15)	A dispenser must make the training checklists available to Alberta 
Environment upon request and must keep a copy of the training checklist for a 
period of not less than 5 years .
(16)	A dispenser must ensure that each dispenser assistant is working in 
accordance with the vendor sales, storage, and display requirements identified in 
Sections 20, 22, 23, 24 and 25 of the Pesticide Sales, Handling, Use and 
Application Regulation and other industry standards and good practices.
(17)	A dispenser must ensure for each dispenser assistant that:
(a)	sales records are maintained in accordance with sections 18 and 19 of the 
Pesticide (Ministerial) Regulation  (A.R. 43/97); and
(b)	sales, handling and storage practices comply with provincial environmental 
laws.
Procedural Requirement - Aerial Pesticide Applications
6(1)	Aircraft performing aerial pesticide applications must be piloted by the 
holder of an Aerial class of applicator certificate.
(2)	Prior to performing aerial pesticide application, each aircraft's pesticide 
application equipment must be checked and calibrated to standards that are 
recognized by the Director.  Each aircraft's pesticide application equipment must 
be rechecked and re-calibrated to those standards every 20 months thereafter. 
(3)	An applicator must keep a record of the calibration of their aircraft that 
indicates the date the calibration was performed and the calibration auditor that 
performed the calibration and make it available on request by an inspector of the 
Department.
(4)	An applicator must keep a copy of the calibration record for a period of not 
less than 5 years. 
Procedural Requirements - Insurance Coverage
7(1)	Every applicant for or holder of a pesticide service registration, other than 
a government department or agency (Note: applies to both provincial and 
municipal government), must provide the Director with a certificate of insurance 
in the format acceptable to the Director each time that an insurance policy is 
issued or renewed.
(2)	A certificate of insurance will not be acceptable to the Director unless it 
has been issued by an authorized representative of the insurer or the insurance 
agent or broker, and states that the insurance covers pesticide application 
activities.
(3)	A pesticide service registration holder, shall at its own expense and 
without limiting its liabilities herein, insure its operations under a contract of 
General Liability Insurance, in accordance with the Alberta Insurance Act, in an 
amount not less than $1,000,000 inclusive per occurrence, insuring against bodily 
injury, personal injury and property damage including loss of use thereof.
(4)	Pesticide service registration holders offering agriculture pesticide 
application services as described in Schedule 5 of the Pesticide (Ministerial) 
Regulation (A.R. 43/97) must carry insurance covering pesticide drift liability in 
an amount not less than $25,000 for any one occurrence.
(5)	Pesticide service registration holders offering aerial pesticide application 
services as described in Schedule 5 of the Pesticide (Ministerial) Regulation 
(A.R. 43/97) must carry aircraft liability insurance in accordance with the Alberta 
Insurance Act including liability for deliberate low flying as required for the 
conduct of the operation, for any and all aircraft involved in the aerial application 
of pesticides, in an amount not less than $1,000,000 per occurrence and pesticide 
drift liability in an amount not less than $25,000 for any one occurrence.
(6)	The service registration holder must make insurance policy verifications 
available to Alberta Environment upon request.
Operational Requirements - Pesticide Mixing and Loading Sites
8(1)	In this section,
(a)	"field pesticide mixing and loading site" means a temporary site that is not 
routinely used for mixing or loading pesticides, and is any site other than a 
primary pesticide mixing and loading site;
(b)	"primary pesticide mixing and loading site" means a site that is routinely 
used for mixing or loading pesticides, and is associated with
(i)	the permanent premises of a pesticide service;
(ii)	a pesticide storage facility; or
(iii)	any operation that involves the application of a pesticide by an 
applicator.
(2)	An applicator must not locate outdoor field pesticide mixing and loading 
sites within 30 horizontal metres of an open body of water, unless at least one of 
the following requirements is met:
(a)	a closed system designed, constructed and maintained to eliminate spills is 
used for mixing and loading operations;
(b)	spray equipment of less than 20 litres total volume of pesticide solution is 
used, and secondary containment of the mixing and loading operation is 
used and is adequate to contain all of the pesticide and water mixture that 
would result from a release during the mixing and loading operation; or
(c)	the pesticide is being applied directly to the water as part of an aquatic pest 
management program.
(3)	An applicator must
(a)	make a sketch of the area within a 50 metre radius surrounding a primary 
pesticide mixing and loading site showing
(i)	site drainage pattern, including the location and distance of the 
mixing and loading facility from drains that lead into wastewater 
systems and storm drainage systems,
(ii)	watering points, wells and other water sources;
(iii)	open bodies of water; and
(iv)	surrounding land uses.
(b)	make the sketch readily accessible and available to personnel working at 
the primary pesticide mixing and loading site.
(4)	For all pesticide mixing and loading sites, the applicator must ensure that a 
contingency plan for the containment and cleanup of pesticide releases is 
available and understood by any personnel working at a pesticide mixing and 
loading site.
Operational Requirements - Emergency Response Equipment
9(1)	An applicator, a holder of a pesticide service registration, a holder of a 
wholesale or retail vendor registration, and a person who sells pesticides 
described in Schedule 3 of the Pesticide (Ministerial) Regulation (A.R. 43/97) 
must ensure that emergency response equipment is available and operational in 
accordance with section 22 of the Pesticide Sales, Handling, Use and Application 
Regulation (A.R. 24/97).
(2)	Emergency response equipment referred to in section 9(1) must include
(a)	personal protective equipment, at minimum as specified on the label and 
material safety data sheets (MSDS) including
(i)	chemical-resistant gloves,
(ii)	a chemical-resistant apron as required for the pesticides being 
handled;
(iii)	coveralls; 
(iv)	chemical-resistant boots;
(v)	eye protection;
(vi)	respiratory protection, when indicated on material safety data sheets 
(MSDS) and that meets occupational health and safety requirements;
(vii)	a first aid kit that meets occupational health and safety requirements, 
and
(viii)	an emergency eyewash or emergency shower that meets 
occupational health and safety requirements.
(b)	emergency response information, including
(i)	current and readily available material safety data sheets (MSDS) 
and pesticide labels for all pesticides being used or stored;
(ii)	emergency telephone numbers as required for the pesticides being 
handled and the location of handling, including:
(A)	the Alberta Environmental Response Centre number 
(1-800-222-6514), and
(B)	the provincial Poison Centre (1-800-332-1414).
(iii)	a contingency plan for containment and clean up of pesticide 
releases that is available and understood by any personnel working 
at the operational or storage site.
(c)	spill clean-up materials, including, but not limited to
(i)	access to information to obtain and readily locate appropriate 
absorbent materials, as specified on material safety data sheets 
(MSDS) or by the pesticide product label or manufacturer;
(ii)	access to information to obtain and readily locate appropriate 
neutralizing materials as specified on material safety data sheets 
(MSDS) or by the pesticide product label or manufacturer;
(iii)	a broom and shovel;
(iv)	containers with lids for waste material or leaking containers; and
(v)	labeling materials to identify contents of waste containers.
Operational Requirements - Disposal of Pesticide Rinsate and Pesticide 
Solution
10	Applicators must dispose of pesticide rinsate and pesticide solution in 
accordance with label directions and ensure that maximum label application rates 
are not exceeded:
(a)	as mix water in spraying operations;
(b)	by spraying over the treated area; or
(c)	in a manner as authorized in writing by the Director.
Forest Management Pesticide Use
11(1)	In this section "owner" means a tenant or other person who is in lawful 
possession or occupation of the land including, but not limited to, the holder of a 
Forest Management Agreement, a Disposition Holder, or a quota holder.
(2)	A project proposal must be submitted to Alberta Sustainable Resource 
Development for any proposed application of pesticides in a forest.  
(a)	A project proposal and written authorization from Alberta Sustainable 
Resource Development is not required for the control of noxious weeds in 
accordance with the Weed Control Act.
(b)	Proposals for herbicide use must be in accordance with the Forest 
Management Herbicide Reference Manual.
(c)	Proposals for insecticide or fungicide use must be in accordance with 
Alberta Sustainable Resource Development's policies and guidelines.
(3)	The application of pesticides in a forest is restricted to the location, target 
area, pesticide, pesticide application method, pesticide application rate, and 
application time authorized in writing by a designated employee of Alberta 
Sustainable Resource Development.
(4)	An applicator responsible for supervising the pesticide application must be 
in possession of the written authorization and the corresponding project proposal 
referred to in section 11(2) while pesticide treatments are being conducted and 
must ensure that these documents are available for inspection at the mixing and 
loading site.  The written authorization (paper or electronic) must be retained as 
part of the application record.
(5)	An applicator must
(a)	identify all open bodies of water within the application site on paper or 
electronic maps or aerial photographs;
(b)	keep maps and photographs referred to in subsection (a) with or 
electronically linked to application records; and
(c)	ensure sufficient marking or flagging of all open bodies of water that will 
not be clearly visible to the applicator during the application.
(6)	The following individuals or agencies must be notified a minimum of 72 
hours prior to each pesticide application by the owner of the application site or 
the owner's agent:
(a)	all private property owners and resident holders of a public land disposition 
immediately adjacent to the application site;
(b)	all holders of a public land disposition on the application site; and
(c)	any person who was offered notification through a public involvement 
program.
(7)	The owner of the application site or the owner's agent must
(a)	post signs immediately prior to a pesticide application advising that a 
pesticide application is in progress;
(b)	ensure that the signs remain in place for 30 days or until evidence of a 
herbicide treatment is visible following the application; and
(c)	ensure that the signs are removed after 30 days or until evidence of the 
herbicide treatment is visible.
(8)	The owner of the application site must ensure that a mixing or loading site 
is located
(a)	on land held by the owner of the herbicide treatment area;
(b)	on land held by an owner other than the owner of the herbicide treatment 
area where the owner has given permission to conduct mixing and loading 
operations; or
(c)	on land where a written authorization to conduct mixing or loading 
operations has been provided by a designated employee of Alberta 
Sustainable Resource Development.
(9)	Pesticide mixing and loading sites must be planned and established by a 
certified applicator that holds a Forestry class of applicator certificate.
(10)	Pesticide mixing and loading must be conducted or directly supervised by
(a)	a certified applicator who holds a Forestry class of applicator certificate, or
(b)	an authorized assistant.
(11)	The owner of the application site or owner's agent must keep a record for a 
period of not less than 5 years of the:
(a)	individuals or agencies and date notified in subsection (6),
(b)	location, dates of posting and removal and a copy of the signs required in 
subsection (7), or
(c)	location of the mixing and loading site established in accordance with 
subsection (8).
Industrial Vegetation Management (roadside, powerline, pipeline and utility 
rights-of-way)
12(1)	Where a pesticide is to be applied on public land in the Green Area, the 
applicator must 
(a)	notify Alberta Sustainable Resource Development's land management 
representative for the proposed application area at least 2 working days 
prior to the proposed application date.  The land management 
representative may waive this requirement on a site specific basis if the 
representative considers it appropriate to do so, and
(b)	retain a copy of the written permission or waiving of requirement as part of 
the applicator record.
(2)	Herbicide for woody plant control must not be applied in areas where the 
woody plants being controlled exceed the lesser of the height
(a)	specified on a pesticide label; or
(b)	specified as follows:
(i)	1.5 metres height on rights-of-way adjacent to a numbered highway;
(ii)	2.5 metres height on rights-of-way adjacent to a road; or
(iii)	4.0 metres on a cross-country right-of-way.
(3)	Section 12(2)(b) does not apply where
(a)	less than 30 percent of the woody plants being controlled, based on 
distribution over a one kilometre span, exceed the heights specified in that 
section; and
(b)	any vegetation over 4 metres height on rights-of-way adjacent to a 
numbered highway or a road is removed within 1 calendar year after 
treatment.
(4)	On rights-of-way where the woody plants that are being controlled cover 
less than 30 percent of the treatment area, the applicator must conduct herbicide 
applications on a selective, spot treatment basis.
(5)	Prior to any pesticide application, the applicator must mark or flag all open 
bodies of water that will not be clearly visible during the application.
Structural Pest Control
13(1)	Prior to any structural pest control application conducted in a multiple-
family dwelling, the applicator or pesticide service must notify and maintain a 
record of the owner of the building to be treated, or the owner's agent, of the 
proposed application.
(2)	The building owner, or the owner's agent in section 13(1), must notify and 
maintain a record of all persons who could be directly affected by the pesticide 
application by providing each party with written information including the 
following:
(a)	name, address and telephone number of the pesticide service;
(b)	preparation procedures for each room in a dwelling;
(c)	date and time to vacate the premises;
(d)	name and Pest Control Products Act (Canada) registration number of each 
pesticide being used; and
(e)	re-entry periods for occupants and clean-up procedures.
(3)	The written information in section 13(2) must be provided 24 hours prior 
to a structural pest control application unless persons who could be directly 
affected by the pesticide application agree to a shorter period.
Fumigation
14(1)	The applicator or pesticide service must complete a written site-specific 
fumigation management plan before the fumigation commences, have the plan 
readily available for inspection at the application site, and keep the plan as part of 
the application record.
(2)	The applicator or pesticide service carrying out a fumigation must notify 
emergency responders (for emergency preparedness), the owner or owners of 
adjacent structures, and the occupants of any structure where the fumigation may 
constitute a potential adverse effect by providing written notice at least 24 hours, 
but not more than 7 days, prior to the fumigation.  In the event that the structure 
contains one or more dwelling units, at least one occupant of each unit over the 
age of 18 years, must be notified.
(3)	The written notice must include the following information:
(a)	the address where the fumigation is to be performed;
(b)	name, address and emergency contact telephone number of the applicator 
or pesticide service carrying out the fumigation;
(c)	the pesticide being used and the Pest Control Products Act (Canada) 
registration number;
(d)	the date when the fumigation is proposed to be conducted; and
(e)	the importance of remaining outside the area to be fumigated while 
warning signs are posted (including every building physically attached to 
the fumigation area) until airing out is complete.
(4)	The applicator or pesticide service, prior to each fumigation, must:
(a)	ensure no person, domestic animal or pet is inside the structure;
(b)	seal all openings in the structure or the portion of the structure where the 
fumigation is to be performed, including drains, ducts, vents and cracks, in 
a manner that will contain the gas; and
(c)	remove all substances from the structure that are not compatible with the 
pesticide being used.
(5)	The applicator or pesticide service, during the fumigation and until 
completion of the airing out process, must:
(a)	ensure all warning signs remain posted and that no person enters the 
structure;
(b)	in the event that entry is required prior to completion, ensure that the 
applicator entering uses respiratory protection according to the pesticide 
label or Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) and is accompanied by one 
other person who is using the same protection;
(c)	ensure that the area around the structure, except those structures not 
normally occupied by any person, is patrolled in a manner sufficient to 
prevent any unauthorized person from entering the structure being 
fumigated or any other attached structure; and
(d)	ensure there are sufficient buffer zones around treated buildings during the 
fumigation and decontamination process to reduce the chances of 
immediate harmful effects to bystanders (and persons patrolling the 
exterior of the building being fumigated) from fumigant concentrations 
escaping from the building into the air.
(6)	Following completion of the prescribed fumigation time, the applicator or 
pesticide service must:
(a)	circulate fresh air to every air space in the building where the fumigation 
was performed, and to every air space in each attached structure; and
(b)	ensure airing out is complete prior to anyone being allowed to re-enter.
(7)	The applicator must keep the following information as part of the 
application record:
(a)	the date and a list of persons notified as required in subsection (2);
(b)	a copy of the written information provided as required in subsection (3);
(c)	the name of the person and the start and end time that this person patrolled 
outside the structure being fumigated;
(d)	the extent of buffer zones provided around the treated buildings during the 
fumigation and decontamination process; and
(e)	the start and end date and time of the prescribed fumigation time and the 
airing out period.
Mosquito Control
15(1)	An applicator controlling mosquito populations in an area established 
through landowner and local authority agreement must provide notification to 
residents in areas to be treated
(a)	prior to commencement of each annual mosquito larval pesticide 
application program,
(b)	at least 24 hours, but not more than 7 days, prior to commencement of any 
wide-scale mosquito adult pesticide application.
Pesticide Application Within 30 Horizontal Metres of an Open Body of 
Water
16(1)	In this section "deposit" means depositing an amount that results in visible 
effects on vegetation or an amount that is likely to cause an adverse effect.
(2)	All applications must be conducted or supervised by
(a)	the holder of a certificate of qualification for pesticide application, or
(b)	the  holder of a certificate recognized by the Director.
(3)	Subsection (2)(b) does not apply to pesticide applications made under the 
provisions of subsections 16(12).
(4)	The application must not result in the deposit of pesticides into or onto any 
open body of water except in accordance with subsection 16(12).
(5)	Applications must not be made within 250 metres upstream of any surface 
water intake of a waterworks system.
(6)	Aerial applications of pesticides to land must not be conducted while 
flying directly over an open body of water.
Herbicide Applications - General
(7)	Herbicides must not be deposited within 30 horizontal metres of an open 
body of water unless the herbicide application is conducted by ground application 
equipment only.
(8)	Herbicides must not be deposited on areas that have slumped, been washed 
out or are subject to soil erosion into the water body.
(9)	Unless otherwise specified in the manufacturer's product label, applicators 
may apply the herbicides listed in Table 1 provided that
(a)	herbicides are not deposited closer than 1 horizontal metre from an open 
body of water;
(b)	applications are conducted for
(i)	the control of herbaceous plants classified as weeds named under the 
Weed Control Act; or
(ii)	control of woody plants less than 1.5 metres in height, to areas where 
the woody plants interfere with forest generation or the safe 
operation, functioning, or maintenance of man-made structures such 
as dams, canals, drainage ditches, roads, industrial facilities, or 
utility or pipeline rights-of-way;
(c)	applications are made selectively using
(i)	a backpack sprayer,
(ii)	a pump-sprayer,
(iii)	a hand-gun sprayer, or
(iv)	an application method that targets individual plants; and
(d)	no more than 10 percent of any 100 square metres in the zone 1 - 5 metres 
from an open body of water receives treatment in any calendar year.
 
Table 1 
*	aminopyralid (when used up to a maximum application rate of 0.12 kg/ha)
*	chlorsulfuron
*	clopyralid
*	glyphosate
*	metsulfuron-methyl (when used up to a maximum application rate of 0.09 
kg/ha)
*	triclopyr (when used up to a maximum application rate of 1.92 kg ai/ha) 

(10) 	Unless otherwise specified in the manufacturer's product label, applicators 
may apply the herbicides listed in Table 1 or Table 2 provided that
(a)	herbicides in Table 2 are not deposited closer than 5 horizontal metres from 
an open body of water;
(b)	applications are conducted for:
(i)	the control of herbaceous plants classified as weeds named under the 
Weed Control Act; or
(ii)	the control of woody plants to areas where the woody plants interfere 
with forest regeneration or the safe operation, functioning, or 
maintenance of man-made structures such as dams, canals, drainage 
ditches, roads, industrial facilities, or utility or pipeline rights-of-
way; and
(c)	applications are made selectively using a backpack sprayer, a pump-
sprayer, a hand-gun sprayer, a boom or boomless sprayer, or an application 
method that targets individual plants; 
(d)	no more than 30 percent of any 100 square metres in the zone 5-30 metres 
from an open body of water receives treatment in any calendar year.
 
Table 2
*	2,4-D (when used up to a maximum application rate of 1.4 kg active 
ingredient per hectare).
*	aminopyralid (when used up to a maximum application rate of 0.12 kg active 
ingredient per hectare)
*	dicamba (when used up to a maximum application rate of 1.2 kg active 
ingredient per hectare)
*	dichlorprop (when used up to a maximum application rate of 1.2 kg active 
ingredient per hectare)
*	MCPA (when used up to a maximum application rate of 0.675 kg active 
ingredient per hectare)
*	triclopyr 

(11)	Unless otherwise specified in the manufacturer's product label, applicators 
may apply herbicides for specific vegetation management situations as follows: 
(a)	Purple Loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria) may be treated with glyphosate or 
triclopyr, applied selectively by backpack or hand-pump sprayer to purple 
loosestrife growing on dry land provided that:
(i)	no herbicide is deposited closer than 1 horizontal metre from 
standing water; and
(ii)	no more than 10 percent of any 100 square metres of land closer than 
1 metre from an open body of water receives treatment in any 
calendar year.
(b)	Forest Regeneration Sites may be treated with glyphosate applied 
selectively or non-selectively by aircraft or ground equipment provided that 
glyphosate is not deposited within 5 horizontal metres from an open body 
of water.
(c)	Non-Vegetated Developed Areas such as maintained trails, roads, vehicle 
parking lots, railway ballasts, shoreline rip-rap or armour, water 
management structures and industrial sites such as flare stacks, pump sites, 
equipment yards, and electrical substations may be treated with glyphosate 
selectively or non-selectively by ground application equipment over the 
entire area that is to be maintained non-vegetated.
(d)	Railway Ballasts may be treated with imazapyr provided that no herbicide 
is deposited within 15 horizontal metres of an open body of water.
Herbicide Application for Aquatic Vegetation Control
(12)	A product that contains the active ingredient diquat registered for aquatic 
vegetation management may be used within a private man-made recreational lake 
that is under the control of a homeowner's or resident's association in a 
residential development provided that:
(a)	there is no discharge from the lake beyond the property limits of the 
development;
(b)	applications must be conducted by the holder of an Aquatic class applicator 
certificate;
(c)	public notification of each application must be provided between 2 and 14 
days prior to the commencement of the application as follows:
(i)	a notice identifiable to the public must be posted at all public access 
points to the lake;
(ii)	a written notice of each application must be provided to all residents 
of property adjoining the lake; and
(iii)	following the application, signs must be posted at each application 
site and at all public access points to the lake indicating the 
application has taken place.  The signs must remain in place for a 
minimum of 48 hours after the application; and
(d)	during any application, the lake must be closed to public use; and no 
swimming or wading occurs in areas treated for a period of at least 48 
hours from the completion of the application.
Insecticide Application - General
(13)	Unless otherwise specified in the manufacturer's product label, 
insecticides listed in Table 3 may be deposited up to the bed and shore of an open 
body of water provided the insecticide does not enter into or onto an open body 
of water.


 
Table 3
*	Bacillus thuringiensis,
*	insecticidal soap,
*	insecticides or insect growth regulators applied by direct injection, banding, 
or basal spray. 

(14)	Insecticides may be used for structural pest control purposes on the interior 
and the exterior of buildings located up to the bed and shore of an open body of 
water in accordance with label directions.
Rodenticide Application - General
(15) 	Unless otherwise specified in the manufacturer's product label, 
rodenticides may be applied up to the bed and shore of an open body of water 
provided:
(a)	the rodenticide does not enter into or onto an open body of water; and
(b)	non-target organisms are not effected.
Pesticide Vendors - Sales for Acreage and Hobby Greenhouse Use
17	Vendors authorized to sell pesticides at retail in Alberta may sell the 
following pesticides described in Schedule 2 of the Pesticide (Ministerial) 
Regulation (A.R. 43/97) for the following purposes to the owner of an acreage or 
an operator of a hobby greenhouse:
(a)	acetic acid (EcoClear(r)) for the management of vegetation in shelterbelts 
and non-cropland areas such as fencerows, parking areas, sidewalks, patios, 
and driveways;
(b)	glyphosate for the management of vegetation in shelterbelts and non-
cropland areas such as fencerows, parking areas, and driveways;
(c)	2,4-D alone or in combination with either dicamba or mecoprop, or both, 
for the management of broadleaf weeds in turf;
(d)	chlorophacinone for the management of ground squirrels in livestock 
pastures;
(e)	oxine benzoate (No-Damp) for the management of fungal diseases on 
plants in greenhouses;
(f)	Bacillus thuringiensis var. kurstaki (Btk) for the management of caterpillar 
insect pests;
(g)	products for aquatic weed or algae control in dugouts;
(h)	dichlobenil (Casoron(r) or Stryke(r)) for the management of vegetation in 
woody ornamentals, shelterbelts and small fruits such as saskatoons, 
blueberries, and raspberries; 
(i)	mustard seed powder (Rocon(r) Concentrate Rodenticide) for the control of 
Richardson's Ground Squirrels, or
(j)	a pesticide for a purpose authorized in writing by the Director.
Code Amendment
18	This Code of Practice will be reviewed as changes in technology or 
standards warrant. 
Effective Date
19	This Code of Practice is effective May 12, 2010.


APPENDIX "A"
TRAINING CHECKLIST 
FOR AUTHORIZED AND NON-CERTIFIED PESTICIDE APPLICATOR 
ASSISTANTS
THE TRAINING CHECKLIST MUST BE COMPLETED YEARLY FOR 
ALL ASSISTANTS, KEPT BY THE PLACE OF EMPLOYMENT (WITH 
COPIES OF THE AUTHORIZED ASSISTANT CERTIFICATE), AND BE 
MADE AVAILABLE TO ALBERTA ENVIRONMENT UPON REQUEST.
THE TRAINING CHECKLIST IS SPECIFIC TO THE PLACE OF 
EMPLOYMENT SPECIFIED. 
A NEW TRAINING CHECKLIST MUST BE COMPLETED:
*	WHEN THE ASSISTANT CHANGES EMPLOYMENT, OR 
*	PRIOR TO USING A NEW TYPE OF TREATMENT (e.g. pesticide or 
equipment change).

ASSISTANT'S NAME: 		
AUTHORIZED ASSISTANT CERTIFICATE NUMBER: 	 
(indicate not applicable if the assistant is a non-certified assistant)
CERTIFICATION CLASS (please check all that apply):
   _____ AERIAL	_____ AGRICULTURE	_____ AQUATIC
   _____ FORESTRY	_____ STRUCTURAL	_____ FUMIGATION
   _____ GREENHOUSE	_____ INDUSTRIAL	_____ LANDSCAPE
   _____ BITING FLY	_____ OTHER (please specify) ________________
ADDRESS:		
		
NAME OF EMPLOYER:		
ADDRESS OF EMPLOYER:		
I, _________________________, Pesticide Applicator Certificate # __________, 
	(name of certified applicator)
have thoroughly reviewed with the above "Assistant", the following subject areas 
(directly related to the certification class(es)indicated above) and find this person 
competent to perform supervised pesticide applications in this (these) 
certification class(es):
(a)	_____ Demonstrated the proper fitting, use and maintenance of the 
protective equipment;
(b)	_____ Reviewed all labels and MSDS for pesticide products that will be 
used;
(c)	_____ Can correctly identify the pest(s) to be controlled;
(d)	Can use the application equipment specific to this operation, including:
(i)	_____ daily calibration procedures to ensure accurate and even 
distribution of pesticide,
(ii)	_____ proper mixing and loading procedures as specified by the 
applicator,
(iii)	_____ familiarity with all mechanical / operating parts of the 
equipment,
(iv)	_____ proper use and maintenance procedures,
(v)	_____ drift control measures, and
(vi)	_____ clean-up of equipment when changing pesticides or at the end 
of the day.
(vii)	List the types of equipment for which the use has been reviewed:
________________________________________________________
(e)	Understands the employer's pesticide application policies, including:
(i)	_____ environmental conditions (wind, temperature, probability of 
rain) that would stop or modify a pesticide application, and
(ii)	_____ proximity to non-target areas that may require them to stop or 
modify a pesticide application.
(f)	Understands the legislative requirements (including the Environmental 
Code of Practice for Pesticides and the Pesticide Storage Guidelines 
published by Alberta Environment) and employer's procedures, including:
(i)	_____ restrictions for pesticide applications near water,
(ii)	_____ pesticide transportation,
(iii)	_____ temporary and permanent pesticide storage,
(iv)	_____ pesticide container disposal, and
(v)	_____ record-keeping related to all pesticide applications.
(g)	Understands the employer's Emergency Response Plan procedures and 
equipment available for:
(i)	_____ spill clean-up and reporting,
(ii)	_____ fire and theft,
(iii)	_____ first aid.
(h)	_____ Is able to operate the communication equipment and understands the 
proper communication procedures;
(i)	_____ Understands how to handle complaints.
(j)	_____ (for forestry applications only -) Understands the Risk Management 
Section of the Forest Management Herbicide Reference Manual.
_______________		_____________________________
Date			Signature of certified applicator
I have reviewed and understood the information as noted above, and believe that I 
am competent to perform pesticide applications in the certification classes noted 
above.
______________	______________________________
Date		Signature of Assistant
APPENDIX "B"
TRAINING CHECKLIST 
FOR NON-CERTIFIED PESTICIDE DISPENSER ASSISTANTS
THE TRAINING CHECKLIST MUST BE COMPLETED YEARLY FOR 
ALL ASSISTANTS, KEPT BY THE PLACE OF EMPLOYMENT, AND BE 
MADE AVAILABLE TO ALBERTA ENVIRONMENT UPON REQUEST.

THE TRAINING CHECKLIST IS SPECIFIC TO THE PLACE OF 
EMPLOYMENT SPECIFIED.

ASSISTANT'S NAME:		
RETAIL OUTLET NAME:		
RETAIL OUTLET ADDRESS:		
		
I,  ________________________________, with certificate  _______________
(name of certified dispenser)	(certificate #)
have thoroughly covered with the assistant, the subject areas listed below and 
believe that the assistant is competent to dispense pesticides in accordance with 
provincial regulatory requirements and with respect to the following health and 
environmental safety considerations :
(a)	personal protection, including:
(i)	______ potential sources of exposure,
(ii)	______ how pesticides enter into the body, 
(iii)	______ pesticide poisoning symptoms, and
(iv)	______ protective equipment use and maintenance;
(b)	pesticide labels, including:
(i)	______ purchaser/user certification requirements,
(ii)	______ toxicity of the pesticides and precautionary symbols and 
wording,
(iii)	______ precautions for safe handling and use,
(iv)	______ directions for use,
(v)	______ limitations (e.g., pests controlled, use restrictions, preharvest 
intervals, re-entry intervals, etc.),
(vi)	______ first aid instructions, and
(vii)	______ storage;
(c)	Material Safety Data Sheets, including:
(i)	______ hazardous ingredients,
(ii)	______ transportation classifications,
(iii)	______ procedures/preventative measures for safe handling and 
storage,
(iv)	______ First aid and emergency procedures,
(v)	______ Fire and explosion hazards,
(vi)	______ Toxicity and health effects, and
(vii)	______ Reactivity data (e.g., temperature for storage);
(d)	______ pest identification sources of information;
(e)	legislation, including:
(i)	______ who can purchase and use the pesticides,
(ii)	______ certification requirement prior to purchasing,
(iii)	______ sales requirements,
(iv)	______ display restrictions,
(v)	______ record keeping requirements,
(vi)	______ transportation requirements,
(vii)	______ waste  and container disposal, and
(viii)	______ storage requirements;
(f)	emergency response, including:
(i)	______ reviewing emergency response plans,
(ii) 	______ use and maintenance of spill cleanup and personal protective 
equipment,
(iii)	______ spill clean-up procedures and reporting,
(iv)	______ responding to fire and theft, and
(v)	______ first aid procedures; and
(g)	______ consumer concerns and questions.
_______________		_____________________________
Date		Signature of certified dispenser
I have reviewed and understood the information as noted above, and believe that I 
am competent to perform pesticide dispensing at the retail pesticide outlet 
identified below.
_______________	_____________________________
Date	Signature of dispenser assistant
_____________________________________________________________
Name of Retail Outlet
NOTE:	The Dispenser must complete a Training Checklist for each outlet that 
the dispenser assistant is performing pesticide dispensing.
Justice 
Office of the Public Trustee
Property being held by the Public Trustee for a period of Ten (10) Years 
(Public Trustee Act)
Section 11 (2)(b)
Name of Person Entitled 
to Property

Description 
of Property 
held and its 
value or 
estimated 
value

Property part of 
deceased person's 
Estate or held under 
Court Order: 
Deceased's Name 
Judicial District Court 
File Number

Public Trustee 
Office 
 
Additional 
Information 

Missing/Unknown 
beneficiaries of the Estate 
of Wallace Everard Olsen
Balance of 
funds 
$6,865.85
Wallace Everard Olsen 
JD of Edmonton 
ES03 121268
Date of death 
December 15, 
2004 
Election of 
Public Trustee



Seniors and Community Supports
PDD Northwest Region
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the period April 1, 2009 to December 31, 2009
Function: Spring Celebration Awards Night
Event Date: May 8, 2009
Amount: $9,347.20
Purpose: Annual event to recognize and honour the people, organizations and 
businesses in our communities who make a positive difference in the lives of persons 
with developmental disabilities in northwest Alberta.
Location: Grande Prairie AB
Sustainable Resource Development
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the period January 1, 2010 to March 31, 2010
Function: Meeting of the Endangered Species Conservation Committee.
Purpose: Review recent status evaluations by its Scientific Subcommittee.
Date: November 7, 2009
Amount: $826.34
Location: Edmonton
Function: Meeting of the Canadian Interagency Forest Fire Centre (CIFFC) Council 
of Directors.
Purpose: As the current chair of the CIFFC Council of directors, Alberta hosted the 
yearly face to face meeting to discuss 2009 business and to prepare for the annual 
Board of Corporate Trustees meeting.
Date: January 26-28, 2010
Amount: $3,732.00
Location: Calgary
Function: Workshop with the Alberta Caribou Committee Governance Board.
Purpose: To seek advice and develop a ranking system for caribou populations in 
Alberta that can be used as a guide for management.
Date: February 3, 2010
Amount: $1,003.28
Location: Edmonton
Alberta Fishery Regulations, 1998
Notice of Variation Order 05-2010
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 05-2010 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 05-2010 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 entire portion (including all of the West Basin) of Lesser Slave Lake 
west of a line drawn from the point of land on Swan point at NW22-74-9-W5M 
northwest to the point of land where the east boundary of SE22-75-9-W5M intersects 
the north shore of Lesser Slave Lake; - that portion within 0.8 km (0.5 miles) of either 
of the outlets of the Swan River (NW 22-74-9-W5); - that portion that is within 3 km 
from the mouth of the Marten River (NW 18-75-6-W5); - that portion within 800 m 
of the island locally known as Dog Island located in NW 14-73-6-W5M; - that portion 
within 3 km of the mouth of the Lesser Slave River located in SE 12-73-6-W5M; - 
that portion which is less than 50 feet (15.24 m) in depth: 08:00 hours May 10, 2010 
to 16:00 hours May 18, 2010; 16:01 hours May 18, 2010 to 16:00 hours June 15, 
2010. B. In respect of all other waters:  Closed.
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 145,000 kg; 2) Walleye: 2,000 kg; 
3) Yellow perch: 50 kg; 4) Northern pike: 3,500 kg; 5) Tullibee: 5,000 kg; 6) Lake 
trout: 1 kg.
______________
Notice of Variation Order 06-2010
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 06-2010 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 06-2010 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 entire portion (including all of the West Basin) of Lesser Slave Lake 
west of a line drawn from the point of land on Swan point at NW22-74-9-W5M 
northwest to the point of land where the east boundary of SE22-75-9-W5M intersects 
the north shore of Lesser Slave Lake; - that portion within 0.8 km (0.5 miles) of either 
of the outlets of the Swan River (NW 22-74-9-W5); - that portion that is within 3 km 
from the mouth of the Marten River (NW 18-75-6-W5); - that portion within 800 m 
of the island locally known as Dog Island located in NW 14-73-6-W5M; - that portion 
within 3 km of the mouth of the Lesser Slave River located in SE 12-73-6-W5M; - 
that portion which is less than 50 feet (15.24 m) in depth: 08:00 hours May 10, 2010 
to 16:00 hours May 18, 2010; 16:01 hours May 18, 2010 to 16:00 hours June 15, 
2010. B. In respect of all other waters:  Closed.
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 145,000 kg; 2) Walleye: 3,000 kg; 
3) Yellow perch: 50 kg; 4) Northern pike: 3,500 kg; 5) Tullibee: 5,000 kg; 6) Lake 
trout: 1 kg.
Transportation
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the period October 1, 2009 to March 31, 2010
Function Name: Alberta Traffic Safety Plan Key Enforcement Stakeholders Session 
Date: October 8 and 9, 2009 
Amount: $5,026.25 
Purpose: Enforcement is an integral part of the Traffic Safety Plan. Alberta 
Transportation leads the government vision to protect the safety of Albertans using 
the province transportation networks as well as the safety of provincial highways and 
railways. This joint meeting with the enforcement stakeholders working group is to 
solidify and coordinate province-wide Transport Safety Plan key enforcement. 
Location: Sylvan Lake, AB
Function Name: Alberta Urban Municipality Association (AUMA) 2009 Fall 
Convention 
Date: November 4, 5 and 6, 2009 
Amount: $5,884.40 
Purpose:. Alberta Transportation meetings with municipalities to discuss their 
transportation and infrastructure priorities. 
Location: Calgary, AB
Function Name: Intermunicipal Bus Project 
Date: November 9, 10 and 23, 2009 
Amount: $842.97 
Purpose: This session was to engage stakeholders from various key municipal transit 
and scheduled bus carriers, municipalities and regional board stakeholders. It was an 
exchange of ideas that would assist in the development of innovative, comprehensive 
and enforceable legislation necessary to address the issue of scheduled Intermunicipal 
Bus Service Project in Alberta. 
Location: Calgary , Edmonton, and Red Deer, AB
Function Name: Alberta Association of Municipal Districts & Counties (AAMD&C)  
2009 Fall Convention 
Date: November 17, 18 and 19, 2009 
Amount: $2,692.24 
Purpose: Alberta Transportation meetings with municipalities to discuss their 
transportation and infrastructure priorities. 
Location: Edmonton, AB
Function Name: School/Playground Zone - Consultation 
Date: November 12, 23, 24, 25, 30 and December 2, 2009 
Amount: $1,900.63 
Purpose: Alberta Transportation held stakeholder consultations in November and 
December with various stakeholder groups to solicit information on standardizing the 
start and end times for school and playground zones. 
Location: Cold Lake, Edmonton, Fort McMurray, Grande Prairie, Lethbridge and 
Red Deer, AB
Function Name: Minister's Strategic Transportation Advisory  Committee (STAC) 
Meeting 
Date: January 29, 2010 
Amount: $895.52 
Purpose: To review and advise the Minister of Transportation on a broad range of 
provincial transportation issues. Specifically, provide feedback on the department's 
Strategic Multimodal Infrastructure Plan; Identify proposed investment targets; 
Provide advice on various legislative and regulatory issues as assigned; and Provide 
advice and recommendations on specific policy issues as assigned (e.g. municipal 
planning, utility corridors, and so on). 
Location: Edmonton, AB
Function Name: Alberta Association of Municipal Districts & Counties (AAMD&C) 
2010 Spring Convention 
Date: March 16 and 17, 2010 
Amount: $1,417.50 
Purpose: Alberta Transportation meetings with municipalities to discuss their 
transportation and infrastructure priorities. 
Location: Edmonton, AB
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 Cool 
Change Coaching Corp. on May 20, 2010.
Dated at Didsbury, Alberta on May 20, 2010.
Brian M. Forestell, Solicitor for the Corporation.
_______________
Notice is hereby given that a Certificate of Intent to Dissolve was issued to 
Provincial Holdings Ltd. on May 21, 2010.
Dated at Calgary, Alberta on May 27, 2010.
Elizabeth A. Williams, Barrister and Solicitor.
Public Sale of Land
(Municipal Government Act)
County of Thorhild No. 7
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the County of Thorhild No. 7 will offer for sale, by public auction, in the County 
Administration Office, Thorhild, Alberta, on Tuesday, July 27, 2010, at 10:00 a.m., 
the following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
C of T
Subdivision/Hamlet
12-16
3
3467 CE
062 489 484+1
Radway
3-5
4
7279 CF
082 133 756
Opal
K

1869 HW
002 074 554
Thorhild
2
10
1346 HW
002 249 048
Thorhild
8

5666 CG
052 119 768
Thorhild
6
15
7336 KS
992 054 359
Thorhild

Pt. of Sec.
Sec
Twp
Rge
M
Acres
C of T
(PT) SE
03
58
22
4
7.41
072 473 925
S 1/2 SE
20
61
19
4
79.00
062 120 326
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.
These properties are being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis, and County 
of Thorhild 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 or conditions of sale will be considered other than those specified by County of 
Thorhild.  No further information is available at the auction regarding the lands to be 
sold.
The County of Thorhild No. 7 may, after the public auction, become the owner of any 
parcel of land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Cash or Certified Cheque and GST will apply on lands sold at the Public 
Auction.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Thorhild, Alberta, May 25, 2010.
Daniel Small, CMA, County Manager.
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Town of Two Hills
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Town of Two Hills will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Town Council 
Chambers, Two Hills, Alberta, on Monday, July 26, 2010, at 10:00 a.m., the 
following lands:
Plan
Block
Lot
C of T
4350MC
17
2
022374564
Each parcel will be offered for sale, subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations 
and conditions contained in the existing certificate of title.
The land is being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis, and the Town of Two 
Hills makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the adequacy of 
services, soil conditions, land use districting, building and development conditions, 
absence or presence of environmental contamination, or the developability of the 
subject land for any intended use by the Purchaser.
The Town of Two Hills may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel 
of land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Cash or certified cheque.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Two Hills, Alberta, May 19, 2010.
Elsie Howanyk, Chief Administrative Officer.






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