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The Alberta Gazette
Part I
Vol. 107	Edmonton, Tuesday, May 31, 2011	No. 10
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
Aboriginal Relations
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the fourth quarter ending March 31, 2011
Date: November 30, 2010
Purpose: Protocol agreement meeting with Alberta's Grand Chiefs, Vice Chiefs, 
Ministers responsible for consultation, Deputy Ministers, and their senior staff
Amount: $1,306.40
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Date: December 1, 2010
Purpose: M‚tis Settlements Ombudsman's information open house event
Amount: $601.00
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Date: March 21, 2011
Purpose: Protocol agreement meeting with Alberta's Grand Chiefs, Vice Chiefs, 
Ministers responsible for consultation, Deputy Ministers, and their senior staff
Amount: $1,392.94
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
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 St. Mary 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
0034 706 366
4;18;10;10;NE
111 052 991+1
0034 758 540
4;16;8;25;SE
111 091 953+1
0022 444 228
4;16;8;25;NE
091 101 445+1
I certify the procedures required under part 4 of the Irrigation Districts Act have been 
completed and the area of the St. Mary 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
0011 455 640
7710634;4;38
111 077 698
0027 369 875
9810380;3
101 282 474
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
Unit Agreement
(Mines and Minerals Act)
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to section 102 of the Mines and Minerals Act, that 
the Minister of Energy on behalf of the Crown has executed counterparts of the 
agreement entitled "Unit Agreement - Chigwell Viking Unit No. 3" and that the Unit 
became effective on April 1, 2011.


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Infrastructure
Sale or Disposition of Land
(Government Organization Act)
Name of Purchaser: William Gustafson 
Consideration: $9,238.00 
Land Description: Plan 3757PX, Borrow Pit, containing 3.99 hectares (9.87 
acres) more or less. Excepting thereout all mines and minerals. Located in the 
Municipal District of Big Lakes
International and Intergovernmental Relations
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the fourth quarter ending March 31, 2011
Date: May 6, 2010 
Purpose: Networking event with the Premier and U.S. consultants to discuss 
Alberta's advocacy and engagement strategy in the United States. 
Amount: $1,444.84 
Location: Washington, D.C., U.S.
Date: November 12, 2010 
Purpose: Networking event for key Japanese industry and government contacts in the 
energy, agriculture, information and communication technology, bio/nano 
technology, and education sectors to mark the 40th anniversary of the Alberta Japan 
Office's in-market presence. 
Amount: $14,663.98 
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Date: November 17, 2010 
Purpose: Networking event co-hosted with the federal government at the Zhuhai Air 
Show to promote Alberta's aviation industry. 
Amount: $799.88 
Location: Zhuhai, China
Date: November 19, 2010 
Purpose: New West Partnership promotion event held in conjunction with seminars 
featuring trade and investment, green technology and education co-operation, co-
hosted with British Columbia and Saskatchewan. 
Amount: $3,639.17 
Location: Changsha, China
Date: December 2, 2010 
Purpose: Hosting event to introduce U.S. Governors to Alberta and Alberta's key 
issues, in anticipation of a White House meeting to discuss future events impacting 
Canada and Alberta. 
Amount: $1,494.26 
Location: Washington, D.C., U.S.
Date: January 6, 2011 
Purpose: Hosting event to sustain business relationships with the Taiwanese beef 
importers and promote Alberta beef. 
Amount: $1,399.57 
Location: Taipei, Taiwan
Date: January 11, 2011 
Purpose: New West Partnership promotion event held in conjunction with seminars 
featuring trade and investment and green technology, co-hosted with British 
Columbia and Saskatchewan. 
Amount: $3,695.38 
Location: Zhengzhou, China
Date: January 23, 2011 
Purpose: Hosting event for Kuwait's Ambassador, Embassy staff, Kuwait Oil 
Company and Kuwait National Petroleum Company executives, and industry 
representatives, to promote Alberta. 
Amount: $2,342.90 
Location: Kuwait City, Kuwait
Date: January 26, 2011 
Purpose: Hosting event co-hosted with the Canadian Consulate General in New York 
in conjunction with a seminar featuring economic excellence. 
Amount: $2,068.93 
Location: New York City, N.Y., U.S.
Date: January 27, 2011 
Purpose: Hosting event with Alberta companies to discuss business strategies in the 
United Kingdom. 
Amount: $955.12 
Location: London, United Kingdom
Date: January 28, 2011 
Purpose: Hosting event with the Canada-United Kingdom Chamber of Commerce to 
advocate Alberta's interests. 
Amount: $2,460.13 
Location: London, United Kingdom
Date: February 18, 2011 
Purpose: Hosting event held in conjunction with the strategic planning meeting of the 
international advisory board of Alberta Institute for American Studies, University of 
Alberta. 
Amount: $708.98 
Location: Washington, D.C., U.S.
Date: February 22, 2011 
Purpose: Alberta oil and gas delegation's networking luncheon and business 
matchmaking event to promote Alberta oil and gas companies. 
Amount: $884.08 
Location: Perth, Australia
Date: February 25, 2011 
Purpose: Hosting event to reinforce Alberta's relationship with the Governor of 
Maine and to discuss the potential impact on Alberta of a proposed low carbon fuel 
standard by the Northeast States for Coordinated Air Use Management (NESCAUM). 
Amount: $1,118.10 
Location: Washington, D.C., U.S.
Date: February 28, 2011 
Purpose: Hosting event for the delegation from China United Coalbed Methane 
Corporation to explore business opportunities with Alberta companies and to promote 
Alberta's unconventional gas expertise. 
Amount: $1,146.96 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Date: March 1, 2011 
Purpose: Networking reception for Canadian Business Community in Australia, 
Alberta oil and gas companies, and representatives from the Canadian Consulate 
General in Sydney and Export Development Canada, to discuss business 
opportunities and promote Alberta's interests. 
Amount: $1,911.51 
Location: Brisbane, Australia
Date: March 15, 2011 
Purpose: Networking reception for World Heavy Oil Congress participants, 
executives of international oil and gas companies, Alberta industry and other senior 
government representatives, to promote Alberta's oil and gas industry. 
Amount: $4,229.75 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Date: March 17, 2011 
Purpose: Hosting event for the Canadian National Petroleum Corporation delegation 
attending the World Heavy Oil Congress, to discuss and network with Alberta 
industry representatives. 
Amount: $846.15 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Date: March 23, 2011 
Purpose: Hosting event for the Canadian National Petroleum Corporation at the 2nd 
Sino-Canada Energy Forum, to advocate Alberta's interests. 
Amount: $6,910.40 
Location: Beijing, China


Safety Codes Council
Agency Accreditation
Pursuant to Section 30 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Traffic-Air Inc., o/a FirePower Fire Investigation Training & Consulting, 
Accreditation No. A000853, Order No. 2810
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
provide services under the Safety Codes Act for Fire
Consisting of all parts of the Alberta Fire Code including investigations, including 
applicable Alberta amendments and regulations.
Accredited Date: April 28, 2011	Issued Date: April 28, 2011
_______________
Pursuant to Section 30 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
ABC Inspections, Accreditation No. A000854, Order No. 2811
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
administer the Safety Codes Act within their jurisdiction for Building
Consisting of all parts of the Alberta Building Code including applicable Alberta 
amendments and regulations.
Accredited Date: May 2, 2011	Issued Date: May 2, 2011
Agency Accreditation - Cancellation
Pursuant to Section 30 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Innovative Inspection Agency, Accreditation No. A000849
Having failed to fulfil the requirements of its accreditation under the Safety Codes 
Act under Order Numbers 2787, 2788, 2789, 2790 and 2791 is to cease services under 
the Safety Codes Act for
Building, Fire, Electrical, Gas, Plumbing
Effective: May 11, 2011	Date: May 11, 2011


Corporate Accreditation
(Safety Codes Act)
Pursuant to section 28 of the Alberta Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Canadian Natural Resources Limited, Accreditation No. C000139, Order No. 2812
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
administer the Safety Codes Act within their jurisdiction for Building
Consisting of all parts of the Alberta Building Code, including applicable Alberta 
amendments and regulations
Excluding any or all things, processes or activities that fall within the boundaries of a 
municipality where the municipality was accredited to administer the Safety Codes 
Act prior to the accreditation date of this Order. A municipality accredited prior to a 
corporation maintains jurisdiction over the administration of the Safety Codes Act 
unless the municipality agrees and transitions authority in writing to the corporation.
Accredited Date: May 12, 2011	Issued Date: May 12, 2011
_______________
Pursuant to section 28 of the Alberta Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Canadian Natural Resources Limited, Accreditation No. C000139, Order No. 2813
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
administer the Safety Codes Act within their jurisdiction for Gas
Consisting of all parts of the Natural Gas and Propane Installation Code and Propane 
Storage and Handling Code, including applicable Alberta amendments and 
regulations
Excluding any or all things, processes or activities that fall within the boundaries of a 
municipality where the municipality was accredited to administer the Safety Codes 
Act prior to the accreditation date of this Order. A municipality accredited prior to a 
corporation maintains jurisdiction over the administration of the Safety Codes Act 
unless the municipality agrees and transitions authority in writing to the corporation.
Accredited Date: May 12, 2011	Issued Date: May 12, 2011
_______________
Pursuant to section 28 of the Alberta Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Canadian Natural Resources Limited, Accreditation No. C000139, Order No. 2814
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
administer the Safety Codes Act within their jurisdiction for Plumbing
Consisting of all parts of the National Plumbing Code and Alberta Private Sewage 
Systems Standard of Practice, including applicable Alberta amendments and 
regulations
Excluding any or all things, processes or activities that fall within the boundaries of a 
municipality where the municipality was accredited to administer the Safety Codes 
Act prior to the accreditation date of this Order. A municipality accredited prior to a 
corporation maintains jurisdiction over the administration of the Safety Codes Act 
unless the municipality agrees and transitions authority in writing to the corporation.
Accredited Date: May 12, 2011	Issued Date: May 12, 2011
Corporate Accreditation - Amendment
(Safety Codes Act)
Pursuant to section 28 of the Alberta Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Agrium, Accreditation No. C000142, Order No. 443
Due to a change in scope and having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety 
Codes Council is authorized to provide services under the Safety Codes Act within 
their jurisdiction for Electrical
Consisting of all parts of the Alberta Canadian Electrical Code, Code for Electrical 
Installations at Oil and Gas Facilities and Alberta Electrical Utility Code
Excluding any or all things, processes or activities that fall within the boundaries of a 
municipality where the municipality was accredited to administer the Safety Codes 
Act prior to the accreditation date of this Order. A municipality accredited prior to a 
corporation maintains jurisdiction over the administration of the Safety Codes Act 
unless the municipality agrees and transitions authority in writing to the corporation.
Accredited Date: September 12, 2001	Issued Date: May 5, 2011
Municipal Accreditation - Amendment
(Safety Codes Act)
Pursuant to Section 26 of the Alberta Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Town of Elk Point, Accreditation No. M000150, Order No. 0371
Due to a change in scope and having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety 
Codes Council is authorized to provide services under the Safety Codes Act within 
their jurisdiction for Fire
Consisting of all parts of the Alberta Fire Code including investigations, including 
applicable Alberta amendments and regulations.
Excluding Part 4 requirements for Tank storage of flammable and combustible 
liquids. Excluding any or all things, processes or activities that fall within the 
boundaries of a Corporation where that Corporation was accredited to administer the 
Safety Codes Act prior to the accreditation date of this Order.  A Corporation 
accredited prior to a corporation maintains jurisdiction over the administration of the 
Safety Codes Act unless the Corporation agrees and transitions authority in writing to 
the municipality.
Accredited Date: November 24, 1995	Issued Date: May 6, 2011
Municipal Accreditation - Cancellation
(Safety Codes Act)
Pursuant to Section 26 of the Alberta Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Town Redcliff, Accreditation No. M000254, Order No. 556
Due to the voluntary withdrawal from accreditation is to cease administration under 
the Safety Codes Act within its jurisdiction for Building
Consisting of all parts of the Alberta Building Code including applicable Alberta 
amendments and regulations.
Excluding any or all things, processes or activities owned by or under the care and 
control of corporations accredited by the Safety Codes Council.
Date: May 6, 2011


Alberta Securities Commission
NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 43-101 STANDARDS OF DISCLOSURE FOR 
MINERAL PROJECTS
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on March 9, 2011 pursuant to 
sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
National Instrument 43-101 
Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects
Table of Contents
PART	TITLE
PART 1	DEFINITIONS AND INTERPRETATION
1.1	Definitions
1.2	Mineral Resource
1.3	Mineral Reserve
1.4	Mining Studies
1.5	Independence
PART 2	REQUIREMENTS APPLICABLE TO ALL DISCLOSURE
2.1	Requirements Applicable to All Disclosure
2.2	All Disclosure of Mineral Resources or Mineral Reserves
2.3	Restricted Disclosure
2.4	Disclosure of Historical Estimates
PART 3	ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR WRITTEN DISCLOSURE
3.1	Written Disclosure to Include Name of Qualified Person
3.2	Written Disclosure to Include Data Verification
3.3	Requirements Applicable to Written Disclosure of 
Exploration Information
3.4	Requirements Applicable to Written Disclosure of Mineral 
Resources and Mineral Reserves
3.5	Exception for Written Disclosure Already Filed
PART 4	OBLIGATION TO FILE A TECHNICAL REPORT
4.1	Obligation to File a Technical Report Upon Becoming a 
Reporting Issuer
4.2	Obligation to File a Technical Report in Connection with Certain 
Written Disclosure About Mineral Projects on Material 
Properties
4.3	Required Form of Technical Report
PART 5	AUTHOR OF TECHNICAL REPORT
5.1	Prepared by a Qualified Person
5.2	Execution of Technical Report 
5.3	Independent Technical Report
PART 6	PREPARATION OF TECHNICAL REPORT
6.1	The Technical Report
6.2	Current Personal Inspection
6.3	Maintenance of Records
6.4	Limitation on Disclaimers
PART 7	USE OF FOREIGN CODE
7.1	Use of Foreign Code
PART 8	CERTIFICATES AND CONSENTS OF QUALIFIED PERSONS FOR 
TECHNICAL REPORTS
8.1	Certificates of Qualified Persons
8.2	Addressed to Issuer
8.3	Consents of Qualified Persons
PART 9	EXEMPTIONS
9.1	Authority to Grant Exemptions
9.2	Exemptions for Royalty or Similar Interests
9.3	Exemption for Certain Types of Filings
PART 10	EFFECTIVE DATE AND REPEAL 
10.1	Effective Date
10.2	Repeal
National Instrument 43-101 
Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects
PART 1	DEFINITIONS AND INTERPRETATION
1.1	Definitions - In this Instrument
"acceptable foreign code" means the JORC Code, the PERC Code, the SAMREC 
Code, SEC Industry Guide 7, the Certification Code, or any other code, generally 
accepted in a foreign jurisdiction, that defines mineral resources and mineral 
reserves in a manner that is consistent with mineral resource and mineral reserve 
definitions and categories set out in sections 1.2 and 1.3;
"adjacent property" means a property
(a)	in which the issuer does not have an interest;
(b)	that has a boundary reasonably proximate to the property being 
reported on; and
(c)	that has geological characteristics similar to those of the property being 
reported on; 
"advanced property" means a property that has 
(a)	mineral reserves, or 
(b)	mineral resources the potential economic viability of which is 
supported by a preliminary economic assessment, a pre-feasibility study 
or a feasibility study;
"Certification Code" means the Certification Code for Exploration Prospects, 
Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves prepared by the Mineral Resources 
Committee of the Institution of Mining Engineers of Chile, as amended;
"data verification" means the process of confirming that data has been generated 
with proper procedures, has been accurately transcribed from the original source 
and is suitable to be used;
"disclosure" means any oral statement or written disclosure made by or on behalf 
of an issuer and intended to be, or reasonably likely to be, made available to the 
public in a jurisdiction of Canada, whether or not filed under securities 
legislation, but does not include written disclosure that is made available to the 
public only by reason of having been filed with a government or agency of 
government pursuant to a requirement of law other than securities legislation;
"early stage exploration property" means a property for which the technical 
report being filed has 
(a)	no current mineral resources or mineral reserves defined; and 
(b)	no drilling or trenching proposed; 
"effective date" means, with reference to a technical report, the date of the most 
recent scientific or technical information included in the technical report;
"exploration information" means geological, geophysical, geochemical, 
sampling, drilling, trenching, analytical testing, assaying, mineralogical, 
metallurgical, and other similar information concerning a particular property that 
is derived from activities undertaken to locate, investigate, define, or delineate a 
mineral prospect or mineral deposit;
"historical estimate" means an estimate of the quantity, grade, or metal or 
mineral content of a deposit that an issuer has not verified as a current mineral 
resource or mineral reserve, and which was prepared before the issuer acquiring, 
or entering into an agreement to acquire, an interest in the property that contains 
the deposit;
 "JORC Code" means the Australasian Code for Reporting of Exploration 
Results, Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves prepared by the Joint Ore Reserves 
Committee of the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Australian 
Institute of Geoscientists and Minerals Council of Australia, as amended;
"mineral project" means any exploration, development or production activity, 
including a royalty or similar interest in these activities, in respect of diamonds, 
natural solid inorganic material, or natural solid fossilized organic material 
including base and precious metals, coal, and industrial minerals;
"PERC Code" means the Pan-European Code for Reporting of Exploration 
Results, Mineral Resources and Reserves prepared by the Pan-European 
Reserves and Resources Reporting Committee, as amended; 
"preliminary economic assessment" means a study, other than a pre-feasibility or 
feasibility study, that includes an economic analysis of the potential viability of 
mineral resources;
"producing issuer" means an issuer with annual audited financial statements that 
disclose
(a)	gross revenue, derived from mining operations, of at least $30 million 
Canadian for the issuer's most recently completed financial year; and
(b)	gross revenue, derived from mining operations, of at least $90 million 
Canadian in the aggregate for the issuer's three most recently 
completed financial years;
"professional association" means a self-regulatory organization of engineers, 
geoscientists or both engineers and geoscientists that 
(a)	is 
(i)	given authority or recognition by statute in a jurisdiction of 
Canada, or
(ii)	a foreign association that is generally accepted within the 
international mining community as a reputable professional 
association; 
(b)	admits individuals on the basis of their academic qualifications, 
experience, and ethical fitness; 
(c)	requires compliance with the professional standards of competence and 
ethics established by the organization; 
(d)	requires or encourages continuing professional development; and
(e)	has and applies disciplinary powers, including the power to suspend or 
expel a member regardless of where the member practises or resides; 
"qualified person" means an individual who
(a)	is an engineer or geoscientist with a university degree, or equivalent 
accreditation, in an area of geoscience, or engineering, relating to 
mineral exploration or mining;
(b)	has at least five years of experience in mineral exploration, mine 
development or operation, or mineral project assessment, or any 
combination of these, that is relevant to his or her professional degree 
or area of practice;
(c)	has experience relevant to the subject matter of the mineral project and  
the technical report;  
(d)	is in good standing with a professional association; and 
(e)	in the case of a professional association in a foreign jurisdiction, has a 
membership designation that 
(ii)	requires attainment of a position of responsibility in their 
profession that requires the exercise of independent judgment; and
(ii)	requires
A.	a favourable confidential peer evaluation of the individual's 
character, professional judgement, experience, and ethical 
fitness; or
B.	a recommendation for membership by at least two  peers, and 
demonstrated prominence or expertise in the field of mineral 
exploration or mining;
"quantity" means either tonnage or volume, depending on which term is the 
standard in the mining industry for the type of mineral; 
"SAMREC Code" means the South African Code for the Reporting of 
Exploration Results, Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves prepared by the 
South African Mineral Resource Committee (SAMREC) under the Joint 
Auspices of the Southern African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy and the 
Geological Society of South Africa, as amended;
"SEC Industry Guide 7" means the mining industry guide entitled "Description 
of Property by Issuers Engaged or to be Engaged in Significant Mining 
Operations" contained in the Securities Act Industry Guides published by the 
United States Securities and Exchange Commission, as amended;
"specified exchange" means the Australian Stock Exchange, the Johannesburg 
Stock Exchange, the London Stock Exchange Main Market, the Nasdaq Stock 
Market, the New York Stock Exchange, or the Hong Kong Stock Exchange;
"technical report" means a report prepared and filed in accordance with this 
Instrument and Form 43-101F1 Technical Report that includes, in summary 
form, all material scientific and technical information in respect of the subject 
property as of the effective date of the technical report; and
"written disclosure" includes any writing, picture, map, or other printed 
representation whether produced, stored or disseminated on paper or 
electronically, including websites. 
1.2	Mineral Resource - In this Instrument, the terms "mineral resource", "inferred 
mineral resource", "indicated mineral resource" and "measured mineral 
resource" have the meanings ascribed to those terms by the Canadian Institute of 
Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum, as the CIM Definition Standards on Mineral 
Resources and Mineral Reserves adopted by CIM Council, as amended.
1.3	Mineral Reserve - In this Instrument, the terms "mineral reserve", "probable 
mineral reserve" and "proven mineral reserve" have the meanings ascribed to 
those terms by the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum, as 
the CIM Definition Standards on Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves 
adopted by CIM Council, as amended.
1.4	Mining Studies - In this Instrument, the terms "preliminary feasibility study", 
"pre-feasibility study" and "feasibility study" have the meanings ascribed to 
those terms by the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum, as 
the CIM Definition Standards on Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves 
adopted by CIM Council, as amended.
1.5	Independence - In this Instrument, a qualified person is independent of an issuer 
if there is no circumstance that, in the opinion of a reasonable person aware of all 
relevant facts, could interfere with the qualified person's judgment regarding the 
preparation of the technical report.
PART 2	REQUIREMENTS APPLICABLE TO ALL DISCLOSURE 
2.1	Requirements Applicable to All Disclosure - All disclosure of scientific or 
technical information made by an issuer, including disclosure of a mineral 
resource or mineral reserve, concerning a mineral project on a property material 
to the issuer must be
(a)	based upon information prepared by or under the supervision of a 
qualified person; or 
(b)	approved by a qualified person.
2.2	All Disclosure of Mineral Resources or Mineral Reserves - An issuer must not 
disclose any information about a mineral resource or mineral reserve unless the 
disclosure 
(a)	uses only the applicable mineral resource and mineral reserve 
categories set out in sections 1.2 and 1.3;
(b)	reports each category of mineral resources and mineral reserves 
separately, and states the extent, if any, to which mineral reserves are 
included in total mineral resources;  
(c)	does not add inferred mineral resources to the other categories of 
mineral resources; and 
(d)	states the grade or quality and the quantity for each category of the 
mineral resources and mineral reserves if the quantity of contained 
metal or mineral is included in the disclosure.
2.3	Restricted Disclosure
(1)	An issuer must not disclose  
(a)	the quantity, grade, or metal or mineral content of a deposit that has not 
been categorized as an inferred mineral resource, an indicated mineral 
resource, a measured mineral resource, a probable mineral reserve, or a 
proven mineral reserve; 
(b)	the results of an economic analysis that includes or is based on inferred 
mineral resources or an estimate permitted under subsection 2.3(2) or 
section 2.4; 
(c)	the gross value of metal or mineral in a deposit or a sampled interval or 
drill intersection; or 
(d)	a metal or mineral equivalent grade for a multiple commodity deposit, 
sampled interval, or drill intersection, unless it also discloses the grade 
of each metal or mineral used to establish the metal or mineral 
equivalent grade.
(2)	Despite paragraph (1)(a), an issuer may disclose in writing the potential 
quantity and grade, expressed as ranges, of a target for further exploration if 
the disclosure 
(a)	states with equal prominence that the potential quantity and grade is 
conceptual in nature, that there has been insufficient exploration to 
define a mineral resource and that it is uncertain if further exploration 
will result in the target being delineated as a mineral resource; and
(b)	states the basis on which the disclosed potential quantity and grade has 
been determined.
(3)	Despite paragraph (1)(b), an issuer may disclose the results of a preliminary 
economic assessment that includes or is based on inferred mineral resources 
if the disclosure 
(a)	states with equal prominence that the preliminary economic assessment 
is preliminary in nature, that it includes inferred mineral resources that 
are considered too speculative geologically to have the economic 
considerations applied to them that would enable them to be 
categorized as mineral reserves, and there is no certainty that the 
preliminary economic assessment will be realized; 
(b)	states the basis for the preliminary economic assessment and any 
qualifications and assumptions made by the qualified person; and
(c)	describes the impact of the preliminary economic assessment on the 
results of any pre-feasibility or feasibility study in respect of the subject 
property.
(4)	An issuer must not use the term preliminary feasibility study, pre-feasibility 
study or feasibility study when referring to a study unless the study satisfies 
the criteria set out in the definition of the applicable term in section 1.4.
2.4	Disclosure of Historical Estimates - Despite section 2.2, an issuer may disclose 
an historical estimate, using the original terminology, if the disclosure
(a)	identifies the source and date of the historical estimate, including any 
existing technical report;
(b)	comments on the relevance and reliability of the historical estimate; 
(c)	to the extent known, provides the key assumptions, parameters, and 
methods used to prepare the historical estimate;
(d)	states whether the historical estimate uses categories other than the ones 
set out in sections 1.2 and 1.3 and, if so, includes an explanation of the 
differences; 
(e)	includes any more recent estimates or data available to the issuer; 
(f)	comments on what work needs to be done to upgrade or verify the 
historical estimate as current mineral resources or mineral reserves; and
(g)	states with equal prominence that
(i)	a qualified person has not done sufficient work to classify the 
historical estimate as current mineral resources or mineral 
reserves; and
(ii)	the issuer is not treating the historical estimate as current mineral 
resources or mineral reserves.
PART 3	ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR WRITTEN 
DISCLOSURE 
3.1	Written Disclosure to Include Name of Qualified Person - If an issuer 
discloses in writing scientific or technical information about a mineral project on 
a property material to the issuer, the issuer must include in the written disclosure 
the name and the relationship to the issuer of the qualified person who
(a)	prepared or supervised the preparation of the information that forms the 
basis for the written disclosure; or
(b)	approved the written disclosure.
3.2	Written Disclosure to Include Data Verification - If an issuer discloses in 
writing scientific or technical information about a mineral project on a property 
material to the issuer, the issuer must include in the written disclosure 
(a)	a statement whether a qualified person has verified the data disclosed, 
including sampling, analytical, and test data underlying the information 
or opinions contained in the written disclosure;
(b)	a description of how the data was verified and any limitations on the 
verification process; and
(c)	an explanation of any failure to verify the data.
3.3	Requirements Applicable to Written Disclosure of Exploration Information
(1)	If an issuer discloses in writing exploration information about a mineral 
project on a property material to the issuer, the issuer must include in the 
written disclosure a summary of 
(a)	the material results of surveys and investigations regarding the 
property;
(b)	the interpretation of the exploration information; and
(c)	the quality assurance program and quality control measures applied 
during the execution of the work being reported on.
(2)	If an issuer discloses in writing sample, analytical or testing results on a 
property material to the issuer, the issuer must include in the written 
disclosure, with respect to the results being disclosed,
(a)	the location and type of the samples;
(b)	the location, azimuth, and dip of the drill holes and the depth of the 
sample intervals; 
(c)	a summary of the relevant analytical values, widths, and to the extent 
known, the true widths of the mineralized zone;
(d)	the results of any significantly higher grade intervals within a lower 
grade intersection;
(e)	any drilling, sampling, recovery, or other factors that could materially 
affect the accuracy or reliability of the data referred to in this 
subsection; and
(f)	a summary description of the type of analytical or testing procedures 
utilized, sample size, the name and location of each analytical or testing 
laboratory used, and any relationship of the laboratory to the issuer. 
3.4	Requirements Applicable to Written Disclosure of Mineral Resources and 
Mineral Reserves - If an issuer discloses in writing mineral resources or mineral 
reserves on a property material to the issuer, the issuer must include in the 
written disclosure
(a)	the effective date of each estimate of mineral resources and mineral 
reserves;
(b)	the quantity and grade or quality of each category of mineral resources 
and mineral reserves;
(c)	the key assumptions, parameters, and methods used to estimate the 
mineral resources and mineral reserves; 
(d)	the identification of any known legal, political, environmental, or other 
risks that could materially affect the potential development of the 
mineral resources or mineral reserves; and
(e)	if the disclosure includes the results of an economic analysis of mineral 
resources, an equally prominent statement that mineral resources that 
are not mineral reserves do not have demonstrated economic viability.
3.5	Exception for Written Disclosure Already Filed - Sections 3.2 and 3.3 and 
paragraphs (a), (c) and (d) of section 3.4 do not apply if the issuer includes in the 
written disclosure a reference to the title and date of a document previously filed  
by the issuer that complies with those requirements.
PART 4	OBLIGATION TO FILE A TECHNICAL REPORT 
4.1	Obligation to File a Technical Report Upon Becoming a Reporting Issuer
(1)	Upon becoming a reporting issuer in a jurisdiction of Canada an issuer must 
file in that jurisdiction a technical report for each mineral property material 
to the issuer.
(2)	Subsection (1) does not apply if the issuer is a reporting issuer in a 
jurisdiction of Canada and subsequently becomes a reporting issuer in 
another jurisdiction of Canada.  
(3)	Subsection (1) does not apply if
(a)	the issuer previously filed a technical report for the property;
(b)	at the date the issuer becomes a reporting issuer, there is no new 
material scientific or technical information concerning the subject 
property not included in the previously filed technical report; and 
(c)	the previously filed technical report meets any independence 
requirements under section 5.3.
4.2	Obligation to File a Technical Report in Connection with Certain Written 
Disclosure about Mineral Projects on Material Properties
(1)	An issuer must file a technical report to support scientific or technical 
information that relates to a mineral project on a property material to the 
issuer, or in the case of paragraph (c), the resulting issuer, if the information  
is contained in any of the following documents filed or made available to the 
public in a jurisdiction of Canada:
(a)	a preliminary prospectus, other than a preliminary short form 
prospectus filed in accordance with National Instrument 44-101 Short 
Form Prospectus Distributions;
(b)	a preliminary short form prospectus filed in accordance with National 
Instrument 44-101 Short Form Prospectus Distributions that discloses 
for the first time 
(i)	mineral resources, mineral reserves or the results of a preliminary 
economic assessment on the property that constitute a material 
change in relation to the issuer; or
(ii)	a change in mineral resources, mineral reserves or the results of a 
preliminary economic assessment from the most recently filed 
technical report if the change constitutes a material change in 
relation to the issuer;
(c)	an information or proxy circular concerning a direct or indirect 
acquisition of a mineral property where the issuer or resulting issuer 
issues securities as consideration; 
(d)	an offering memorandum, other than an offering memorandum 
delivered solely to accredited investors as defined under securities 
legislation;
(e)	for a reporting issuer, a rights offering circular; 
(f)	an annual information form;
(g)	a valuation required to be prepared and filed under securities 
legislation; 
(h)	an offering document that complies with and is filed in accordance with 
Policy 4.6 - Public Offering by Short Form Offering Document and 
Exchange Form 4H - Short Form Offering Document, of the TSX 
Venture Exchange, as amended; 
(i)	a take-over bid circular that discloses mineral resources, mineral 
reserves or the results of a preliminary economic assessment on the  
property if securities of the offeror are being offered in exchange on the 
take-over bid; and
(j)	any written disclosure made by or on behalf of an issuer, other than in a 
document described in paragraphs (a) to (i), that discloses for the first 
time
(i)	mineral resources, mineral reserves or the results of a preliminary 
economic assessment on the property that constitute a material 
change in relation to the issuer; or
(ii)	a change in mineral resources, mineral reserves or the results of a 
preliminary economic assessment from the most recently filed 
technical report if the change constitutes a material change in 
relation to the issuer.
(2)	Subsection (1) does not apply for disclosure of an historical estimate in a 
document referred to in paragraph (1)(j) if the disclosure is made in 
accordance with subsection 2.4.
(3)	If a technical report is filed under paragraph (1)(a) or (b), and new material 
scientific or technical information concerning the subject property becomes 
available before the filing of the final version of the prospectus or short form 
prospectus, the issuer must file an updated technical report or an addendum 
to the technical report with the final version of the prospectus or short form 
prospectus.
(4)	The issuer must file the technical report referred to in subsection (1) not 
later than the time it files or makes available to the public the document 
listed in subsection (1) that the technical report supports.
(5)	Despite subsection (4), an issuer must
(a)	file a technical report supporting disclosure under paragraph (1)(j) not 
later than 
(i)	if the disclosure is also contained in a preliminary short form 
prospectus, the earlier of 45 days after the date of the disclosure 
and the date of filing the preliminary short form prospectus;
(ii)	if the disclosure is also contained in a directors' circular, the earlier 
of 45 days after the date of the disclosure and 3 business days 
before expiry of the take-over bid; and 
(iii)	in all other cases, 45 days after the date of the disclosure;
(b)	issue a news release at the time it files the technical report disclosing 
the filing of the technical report and reconciling any material 
differences in the mineral resources, mineral reserves or results of a 
preliminary economic assessment, between the technical report and the 
issuer's disclosure under paragraph (1)(j). 
(6)	Despite subsection (4), if a property referred to in an annual information 
form first becomes material to the issuer less than 30 days before the filing 
deadline for the annual information form, the issuer must file the technical 
report within 45 days of the date that the property first became material to 
the issuer.
(7)	Despite subsection (4) and paragraph (5)(a), an issuer is not required to file a 
technical report within 45 days to support disclosure under subparagraph 
(1)(j)(i), if
(a)	the mineral resources, mineral reserves or results of a preliminary 
economic assessment
(i)	were prepared by or on behalf of another issuer who holds or 
previously held an interest in the property;
(ii)	were disclosed by the other issuer in a document listed in 
subsection (1); and
(iii)	are supported by a technical report filed by the other issuer; 
(b)	the issuer, in its disclosure under subparagraph (1)(j)(i),
(i)	identifies the title and effective date of the previous technical 
report and the name of the other issuer that filed it; 
(ii)	names the qualified person who reviewed the technical report on 
behalf of the issuer; and
(iii)	states with equal prominence that, to the best of the issuer's 
knowledge, information, and belief, there is no new material 
scientific or technical information that would make the disclosure 
of the mineral resources, mineral reserves or results of a 
preliminary economic assessment inaccurate or misleading; and
(c)	the issuer files a technical report supporting its disclosure of the  
mineral resources, mineral reserves or results of a preliminary 
economic assessment;
(i)	if the disclosure is also contained in a preliminary short form 
prospectus, by the earlier of 180 days after the date of the 
disclosure and the date of filing the short form prospectus; and
(ii)	in all other cases, within 180 days after the date of the disclosure.
(8)	Subsection (1) does not apply if 
(a)	the issuer previously filed a technical report that supports the scientific 
or technical information in the document;
(b)	at the date of filing the document, there is no new material scientific or 
technical information concerning the subject property not included in 
the previously filed technical report; and 
(c)	the previously filed technical report meets any independence 
requirements under section 5.3.	 
4.3	Required Form of Technical Report - A technical report that is required to be 
filed under this Part must be prepared
(a)	in English or French; and
(b)	in accordance with Form 43-101F1.
PART 5	AUTHOR OF TECHNICAL REPORT
5.1	Prepared by a Qualified Person - A technical report must be prepared by or 
under the supervision of one or more qualified persons.
5.2	Execution of Technical Report - A technical report must be dated, signed and, 
if the qualified person has a seal, sealed by
(a)	each qualified person who is responsible for preparing or supervising 
the preparation of all or part of the report; or
(b)	a person or company whose principal business is providing engineering 
or geoscientific services if each qualified person responsible for 
preparing or supervising the preparation of all or part of the report is an 
employee, officer, or director of that person or company.
5.3	Independent Technical Report 
(1)	A technical report required under any of the following provisions of this 
Instrument must be prepared by or under the supervision of one or more 
qualified persons that are, at the effective and filing dates of the technical 
report, all independent of the issuer:
(a)	section 4.1;
(b)	paragraphs (a) and (g) of subsection 4.2(1); or 
(c)	paragraphs (b), (c), (d), (e), (f), (h), (i) and (j) of subsection 4.2(1), if 
the document discloses 
(i)	for the first time mineral resources, mineral reserves or the results 
of a preliminary economic assessment on a property material to the 
issuer, or
(ii)	a 100 percent or greater change in the total mineral resources or 
total mineral reserves on a property material to the issuer, since the 
issuer's most recently filed independent technical report in respect 
of the property.
(2)	Despite subsection (1), a technical report required to be filed by a producing 
issuer under paragraph (1)(a) is not required to be prepared by or under the 
supervision of an independent qualified person if the securities of the issuer 
trade on a specified exchange.
(3)	Despite subsection (1), a technical report required to be filed by a producing 
issuer under paragraph (1)(b) or (c) is not required to be prepared by or 
under the supervision of an independent qualified person.
(4)	Despite subsection (1), a technical report required to be filed by an issuer 
concerning a property which is or will be the subject of a joint venture with 
a producing issuer is not required to be prepared by or under the supervision 
of an independent qualified person, if the qualified person preparing or 
supervising the preparation of the report relies on scientific and technical 
information prepared by or under the supervision of a qualified person that 
is an employee or consultant of the producing issuer. 
PART 6	PREPARATION OF TECHNICAL REPORT 
6.1	The Technical Report - A technical report must be based on all available data 
relevant to the disclosure that it supports.
6.2	Current Personal Inspection
(1)	Before an issuer files a technical report, the issuer must have at least one 
qualified person who is responsible for preparing or supervising the 
preparation of all or part of the technical report complete a current 
inspection on the property that is the subject of the technical report.
(2)	Subsection (1) does not apply to an issuer provided that 
(a)	the property that is the subject of the technical report is an early stage 
exploration property;
(b)	seasonal weather conditions prevent a qualified person from accessing 
any part of the property or obtaining beneficial information from it; and 
(c)	the issuer discloses in the technical report, and in the disclosure that the 
technical report supports, that a personal inspection by a qualified 
person was not conducted, the reasons why, and the intended time 
frame to complete the personal inspection.
(3)	If an issuer relies on subsection (2), the issuer must
(a)	as soon as practical, have at least one qualified person who is 
responsible for preparing or supervising the preparation of all or part of 
the technical report complete a current inspection on the property that is 
the subject of the technical report; and 
(b)	promptly file a technical report and the certificates and consents 
required under Part 8 of this Instrument. 
6.3	Maintenance of Records - An issuer must keep for 7 years copies of assay and 
other analytical certificates, drill logs, and other information referenced in the 
technical report or used as a basis for the technical report.
6.4	Limitation on Disclaimers 
(1)	An issuer must not file a technical report that contains a disclaimer by any 
qualified person responsible for preparing or supervising the preparation of 
all or part of the report that
(a)	disclaims responsibility for, or limits reliance by another party on, any 
information in the part of the report the qualified person prepared or 
supervised the preparation of; or
(b)	limits the use or publication of the report in a manner that interferes 
with the issuer's obligation to reproduce the report by filing it on 
SEDAR.
(2)	Despite subsection (1), an issuer may file a technical report that includes a 
disclaimer in accordance with Item 3 of Form 43-101F1.
PART 7	USE OF FOREIGN CODE
7.1	Use of Foreign Code 
(1)	Despite section 2.2, an issuer may make disclosure and file a technical 
report that uses the mineral resource and mineral reserve categories of an 
acceptable foreign code, if the issuer
(a)	is incorporated or organized in a foreign jurisdiction; or
(b)	 is incorporated or organized under the laws of Canada or a jurisdiction 
of Canada, for its properties located in a foreign jurisdiction.
(2)	If an issuer relies on subsection (1), the issuer must include in the technical 
report a reconciliation of any material differences between the mineral 
resource and mineral reserve categories used and the categories set out in 
sections 1.2 and 1.3. 
PART 8	CERTIFICATES AND CONSENTS OF QUALIFIED PERSONS 
FOR TECHNICAL REPORTS 
8.1	Certificates of Qualified Persons
(1)	An issuer must, when filing a technical report, file a certificate that is dated, 
signed, and if the signatory has a seal, sealed, of each qualified person 
responsible for preparing or supervising the preparation of all or part of the 
technical report. 
(2)	A certificate under subsection (1) must state
(a)	the name, address, and occupation of the qualified person;
(b)	the title and effective date of the technical report to which the 
certificate applies;
(c)	the qualified person's qualifications, including a brief summary of 
relevant experience, the name of all professional associations to which 
the qualified person belongs, and that the qualified person is a 
"qualified person" for purposes of this Instrument;
(d)	the date and duration of the qualified person's most recent personal 
inspection of each property, if applicable;
(e)	the item or items of the technical report for which the qualified person 
is responsible;
(f)	whether the qualified person is independent of the issuer as described in 
section 1.5;  
(g)	what prior involvement, if any, the qualified person has had with the 
property that is the subject of the technical report;  
(h)	that the qualified person has read this Instrument and the technical 
report, or part that the qualified person is responsible for, has been 
prepared in compliance with this Instrument; and
(i)	that, at the effective date of the technical report, to the best of the 
qualified person's knowledge, information, and belief, the technical 
report, or part that the qualified person is responsible for, contains all 
scientific and technical information that is required to be disclosed to 
make the technical report not misleading.
8.2	Addressed to Issuer - All technical reports must be addressed to the issuer.
8.3	Consents of Qualified Persons  
(1)	An issuer must, when filing a technical report, file a statement of each 
qualified person responsible for preparing or supervising the preparation of 
all or part of the technical report, dated, and signed by the qualified person 
(a)	consenting to the public filing of the technical report;
(b)	identifying the document that the technical report supports;
(c)	consenting to the use of extracts from, or a summary of, the technical 
report in the document; and
(d)	confirming that the qualified person has read the document and that it 
fairly and accurately represents the information in the technical report 
or part that the qualified person is responsible for.
(2)	Paragraphs (1)(b), (c) and (d) do not apply to a consent filed with a technical 
report filed under section 4.1.
(3)	If an issuer relies on subsection (2), the issuer must file an updated consent 
that includes paragraphs (1)(b), (c) and (d) for the first subsequent use of the 
technical report to support disclosure in a document filed under subsection 
4.2(1). 
PART 9	EXEMPTIONS
9.1	Authority to Grant Exemptions
(1)	The regulator or the securities regulatory authority may, on application, 
grant an exemption from this Instrument, in whole or in part, subject to such 
conditions or restrictions as may be imposed in the exemption in response to 
an application.
(2)	Despite subsection (1), in Ontario, only the regulator may grant such an 
exemption.
(3)	Except in Ontario, an exemption referred to in subsection (1) is granted 
under the statute referred to in Appendix B to National Instrument 14-101 
Definitions opposite the name of the local jurisdiction.
9.2	Exemptions for Royalty or Similar Interests 
(1)	An issuer whose interest in a mineral project is only a royalty or similar 
interest is not required to file a technical report to support disclosure in a 
document under subsection 4.2(1) if
(a)	the operator or owner of the mineral project is 
(i)	a reporting issuer in a jurisdiction of Canada, or 
(ii)	a producing issuer whose securities trade on a specified exchange 
and that discloses mineral resources and mineral reserves under an 
acceptable foreign code;
(b)	the issuer identifies in its document under subsection 4.2(1) the source 
of the scientific and technical information; and
(c)	the operator or owner of the mineral project has disclosed the  scientific 
and technical information that is material to the issuer.
(2)	An issuer whose interest in a mineral project is only a royalty or similar 
interest and that does not qualify to use the exemption in subsection (1) is 
not required to
(a)	comply with section 6.2; and 
(b)	complete those items under Form 43-101F1 that require data 
verification, inspection of documents, or personal inspection of the 
property to complete those items.
(3)	Paragraphs (2)(a) and (b) only apply if the issuer
(a)	has requested but has not received access to the necessary data from the 
operator or owner and is not able to obtain the necessary information 
from the public domain; 
(b)	under Item 3 of Form 43-101F1, states the issuer has requested but has 
not received access to the necessary data from the operator or owner 
and is not able to obtain the necessary information from the public 
domain and describes the content referred to under each item of Form 
43-101F1 that the issuer did not complete; and
(c)	includes in all scientific and technical disclosure a statement that the 
issuer has an exemption from completing certain items under Form 43-
101F1 in the technical report required to be filed and includes a 
reference to the title and effective date of that technical report.
9.3	Exemption for Certain Types of Filings - This Instrument does not apply if the 
only reason an issuer files written disclosure of scientific or technical 
information is to comply with the requirement under securities legislation to file 
a copy of a record or disclosure material that was filed with a securities 
commission, exchange, or regulatory authority in another jurisdiction.
PART 10	EFFECTIVE DATE AND REPEAL 
10.1	Effective Date - This Instrument comes into force on June 30, 2011.
10.2	Repeal - National Instrument 43-101 Standards of Disclosure for Mineral 
Projects, which came into force on December 30, 2005, is repealed.


Form 43-101F1
Technical Report
Table of Contents
TITLE
CONTENTS OF THE TECHNICAL REPORT
Title Page
Date and Signature Page
Table of Contents
Illustrations
Item 1:	Summary
Item 2:	Introduction
Item 3:	Reliance on Other Experts
Item 4:	Property Description and Location
Item 5:	Accessibility, Climate, Local Resources, Infrastructure and Physiography
Item 6:	History
Item 7:	Geological Setting and Mineralization
Item 8:	Deposit Types
Item 9:	Exploration
Item 10:	Drilling
Item 11:	Sample Preparation, Analyses and Security
Item 12:	Data Verification
Item 13:	Mineral Processing and Metallurgical Testing
Item 14:	Mineral Resource Estimates
Item 15:	Mineral Reserve Estimates
Item 16:	Mining Methods
Item 17:	Recovery Methods
Item 18:	Project Infrastructure
Item 19:	Market Studies and Contracts
Item 20:	Environmental Studies, Permitting and Social or Community Impact
Item 21:	Capital and Operating Costs
Item 22:	Economic Analysis
Item 23:	Adjacent Properties
Item 24:	Other Relevant Data and Information
Item 25:	Interpretation and Conclusions
Item 26:	Recommendations
Item 27:	References



Form 43-101F1 
Technical Report
INSTRUCTIONS:
(1)	The objective of the technical report is to provide a summary of material 
scientific and technical information concerning mineral exploration, 
development, and production activities on a mineral property that is material to 
an issuer. This Form sets out the requirements for the preparation and content of 
a technical report.  
(2)	Terms used in this Form that are defined or interpreted in National Instrument 
43-101 Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects (the "Instrument") will 
have that definition or interpretation. In addition, a general definition instrument 
has been adopted as National Instrument 14-101 Definitions that contains 
definitions of certain terms used in more than one national instrument. Readers 
of this Form should review both these national instruments for defined terms.  
(3)	The qualified person preparing the technical report should keep in mind that the 
intended audience is the investing public and their advisors who, in most cases, 
will not be mining experts. Therefore, to the extent possible, technical reports 
should be simplified and understandable to a reasonable investor. However, the 
technical report should include sufficient context and cautionary language to 
allow a reasonable investor to understand the nature, importance, and 
limitations of the data, interpretations, and conclusions summarized in the 
technical report.  
(4)	The qualified person preparing the technical report must use all of the headings 
of Items 1 to 14 and 23 to 27 in this Form and provide the information specified 
under each heading. For advanced properties, the qualified person must also use 
the headings of Items 15 to 22 and include the information required under each 
of these headings. The qualified person may create sub-headings. Disclosure 
included under one heading is not required to be repeated under another 
heading.
(5)	The qualified person preparing the technical report may refer to information in a 
technical report previously filed by the issuer for the subject property if the 
information is still current and the technical report identifies the title, date and 
author of the previously filed technical report. However, the qualified person 
must still summarize or quote the referenced information in the current technical 
report and may not disclaim responsibility for the referenced information. Except 
as permitted by subsection 4.2(3) of the Instrument, an issuer may not update or 
revise a previously filed technical report by filing an addendum.
(6)	While the Form mandates the headings and general format of the technical 
report, the qualified person preparing the technical report is responsible for 
determining the level of detail required under each Item based on the qualified 
person's assessment of the relevance and significance of the information. 
(7)	The technical report may only contain disclaimers that are in accordance with 
section 6.4 of the Instrument and Item 3 of this Form. 
(8)	Since a technical report is a summary document the inclusion and filing of 
comprehensive appendices is not generally necessary to comply with the 
requirements of the Form. 
(9)	The Instrument requires certificates and consents of qualified persons, prepared 
in accordance with sections 8.1 and 8.3 respectively, to be filed at the same time 
as the technical report. The Instrument does not specifically require the issuer to 
file the certificate of qualified person as a separate document. It is generally 
acceptable for the qualified person to include the certificate in the technical 
report and to use the certificate as the date and signature page.
CONTENTS OF THE TECHNICAL REPORT
Title Page - Include a title page setting out the title of the technical report, the general 
location of the mineral project, the name and professional designation of each 
qualified person, and the effective date of the technical report.
Date and Signature Page - The technical report must have a signature page, at either 
the beginning or end of the technical report, signed in accordance with section 5.2 of 
the Instrument. The effective date of the technical report and date of signing must be 
on the signature page.
Table of Contents - Provide a table of contents listing the contents of the technical 
report, including figures and tables.
Illustrations - Technical reports must be illustrated by legible maps, plans and 
sections, all prepared at an appropriate scale to distinguish important features. Maps 
must be dated and include a legend, author or information source, a scale in bar or 
grid form, and an arrow indicating north. All technical reports must be accompanied 
by a location or index map and a compilation map outlining the general geology of 
the property. In addition, all technical reports must include more detailed maps 
showing all important features described in the text, relative to the property 
boundaries, including but not limited to
(a)	for exploration projects, areas of previous or historical exploration, and the 
location of known mineralization, geochemical or geophysical anomalies, 
drilling, and mineral deposits;
(b)	for advanced properties other than properties under development or in 
production, the location and surficial outline of mineral resources, mineral 
reserves, and, to the extent known, areas for potential access and 
infrastructure; and 
(c)	for properties under development or in production, the location of pit limits 
or underground development, plant sites, tailings storage areas, waste 
disposal areas, and all other significant infrastructure features. 
If information is used from other sources in preparing maps, drawings, or diagrams, 
disclose the source of the information. If adjacent or nearby properties have an 
important bearing on the potential of the subject property, the location of the 
properties and any relevant mineralized structures discussed in the report must be 
shown in relationship to the subject property.
INSTRUCTION:  Summarize and simplify the illustrations so that they are legible 
and suitable for electronic filing. For ease of reference, consider inserting the 
illustration in the text of the report in relative proximity to the text they illustrate.
Requirements for All Technical Reports
Item 1:	Summary - Briefly summarize important information in the technical 
report, including property description and ownership, geology and 
mineralization, the status of exploration, development and operations, 
mineral resource and mineral reserve estimates, and the qualified person's 
conclusions and recommendations.
Item 2:	Introduction - Include a description of 
(a)	the issuer for whom the technical report is prepared;
(b)	the terms of reference and purpose for which the technical report was 
prepared;
(c)	the sources of information and data contained in the technical report or used 
in its preparation, with citations if applicable; and
(d)	the details of the personal inspection on the property by each qualified 
person or, if applicable, the reason why a personal inspection has not been 
completed. 
Item 3:	Reliance on Other Experts - A qualified person who prepares or supervises 
the preparation of all or part of a technical report may include a limited 
disclaimer of responsibility if: 
(a)	The qualified person is relying on a report, opinion, or statement of another 
expert who is not a qualified person, or on information provided by the 
issuer, concerning legal, political, environmental, or tax matters relevant to 
the technical report, and the qualified person identifies 
(i)	the source of the information relied upon, including the date, title, and 
author of any report, opinion, or statement;
(ii)	the extent of reliance; and 
(iii)	the portions of the technical report to which the disclaimer applies.
(b)	The qualified person is relying on a report, opinion, or statement of another 
expert who is not a qualified person, concerning diamond or other gemstone 
valuations, or the pricing of commodities for which pricing is not publicly 
available, and the qualified person discloses
(i)	the date, title, and author of the report, opinion, or statement;
(ii)	the qualifications of the other expert and why it is reasonable for the 
qualified person to rely on the other expert;
(iii)	any significant risks associated with the valuation or pricing; and
(iv)	any steps the qualified person took to verify the information provided.
Item 4:	Property Description and Location - To the extent applicable, describe
(a)	the area of the property in hectares or other appropriate units;
(b)	the location, reported by an easily recognizable geographic and grid location 
system;
(c)	the type of mineral tenure (claim, license, lease, etc.) and the identifying 
name or number of each; 
(d)	the nature and extent of the issuer's title to, or interest in, the property 
including surface rights, legal access, the obligations that must be met to 
retain the property, and the expiration date of claims, licences, or other 
property tenure rights;
(e)	to the extent known, the terms of any royalties, back-in rights, payments, or 
other agreements and encumbrances to which the property is subject;
(f)	to the extent known, all environmental liabilities to which the property is 
subject;
(g)	to the extent known, the permits that must be acquired to conduct the work 
proposed for the property, and if the permits have been obtained; and
(h)	to the extent known, any other significant factors and risks that may affect 
access, title, or the right or ability to perform work on the property.
Item 5:	Accessibility, Climate, Local Resources, Infrastructure and 
Physiography - Describe
(a)	topography, elevation, and vegetation;
(b)	the means of access to the property;
(c)	the proximity of the property to a population centre, and the nature of 
transport;
(d)	to the extent relevant to the mineral project, the climate and the length of the 
operating season; and
(e)	to the extent relevant to the mineral project, the sufficiency of surface rights 
for mining operations, the availability and sources of power, water, mining 
personnel, potential tailings storage areas, potential waste disposal areas, 
heap leach pad areas, and potential processing plant sites.
Item 6:	History - To the extent known, describe
(a)	the prior ownership of the property and ownership changes;
(b)	the type, amount, quantity, and general results of exploration and 
development work undertaken by any previous owners or operators;
(c)	any significant historical mineral resource and mineral reserve estimates in 
accordance with section 2.4 of the Instrument; and 
(d)	any production from the property.
INSTRUCTION: If the technical report includes work that was conducted outside the 
current property boundaries, clearly distinguish this work from the work conducted 
on the property that is the subject of the technical report.
Item 7:	Geological Setting and Mineralization - Describe
(a)	the regional, local, and property geology; an
(b)	the significant mineralized zones encountered on the property, including a 
summary of the surrounding rock types, relevant geological controls, and 
the length, width, depth, and continuity of the mineralization, together with 
a description of the type, character, and distribution of the mineralization.
Item 8:	Deposit Types - Describe the mineral deposit type(s) being investigated or 
being explored for and the geological model or concepts being applied in the 
investigation and on the basis of which the exploration program is planned.
Item 9:	Exploration - Briefly describe the nature and extent of all relevant 
exploration work other than drilling, conducted by or on behalf of, the 
issuer, including
(a)	the procedures and parameters relating to the surveys and investigations;
(b)	the sampling methods and sample quality, including whether the samples are 
representative, and any factors that may have resulted in sample biases;
(c)	relevant information of location, number, type, nature, and spacing or 
density of samples collected, and the size of the area covered; and
(d)	the significant results and interpretation of the exploration information. 
INSTRUCTION:  If exploration results from previous operators are included, clearly 
identify the work conducted by or on behalf of the issuer.
Item 10:	Drilling - Describe 
(a)	the type and extent of drilling including the procedures followed and a 
summary and interpretation of all relevant results; 
(b)	any drilling, sampling, or recovery factors that could materially impact the 
accuracy and reliability of the results; 
(c)	for a property other than an advanced property
(i)	the location, azimuth, and dip of any drill hole, and the depth of the 
relevant sample intervals;
(ii)	the relationship between the sample length and the true thickness of the 
mineralization, if known, and if the orientation of the mineralization is 
unknown, state this; and
(iii)	the results of any significantly higher grade intervals within a lower 
grade intersection.
INSTRUCTIONS: 
(1)	For properties with mineral resource estimates, the qualified person may meet 
the requirements under Item 10 (c) by providing a drill plan and representative 
examples of drill sections through the mineral deposit.
(2)	If drill results from previous operators are included, clearly identify the results 
of drilling conducted by or on behalf of the issuer.
Item 11:	Sample Preparation, Analyses, and Security - Describe
(a)	sample preparation methods and quality control measures employed before 
dispatch of samples to an analytical or testing laboratory, the method or 
process of sample splitting and reduction, and the security measures taken to 
ensure the validity and integrity of samples taken; 
(b)	relevant information regarding sample preparation, assaying and analytical 
procedures used, the name and location of the analytical or testing 
laboratories, the relationship of the laboratory to the issuer, and whether the 
laboratories are certified by any standards association and the particulars of 
any certification;
(c)	a summary of the nature, extent, and results of quality control procedures 
employed and quality assurance actions taken or recommended to provide 
adequate confidence in the data collection and processing; and
(d)	the author's opinion on the adequacy of sample preparation, security, and 
analytical procedures.
Item 12:	Data Verification - Describe the steps taken by the qualified person to 
verify the data in the technical report, including 
(a)	the data verification procedures applied by the qualified person;
(b)	any limitations on or failure to conduct such verification, and the reasons for 
any such limitations or failure; and
(c)	the qualified person's opinion on the adequacy of the data for the purposes 
used in the technical report.
Item 13:	Mineral Processing and Metallurgical Testing - If mineral processing or 
metallurgical testing analyses have been carried out, discuss 
(a)	the nature and extent of the testing and analytical procedures, and provide a 
summary of the relevant results;
(b)	the basis for any assumptions or predictions regarding recovery estimates;
(c)	to the extent known, the degree to which the test samples are representative 
of the various types and styles of mineralization and the mineral deposit as a 
whole; and
(d)	to the extent known, any processing factors or deleterious elements that 
could have a significant effect on potential economic extraction. 
Item 14:	Mineral Resource Estimates - A technical report disclosing mineral 
resources must
(a)	provide sufficient discussion of the key assumptions, parameters, and 
methods used to estimate the mineral resources, for a reasonably informed 
reader to understand the basis for the estimate and how it was generated; 
(b)	comply with all disclosure requirements for mineral resources set out in the 
Instrument, including sections 2.2, 2.3, and 3.4; 
(c)	when the grade for a multiple commodity mineral resource is reported as 
metal or mineral equivalent, report the individual grade of each metal or 
mineral and the metal prices, recoveries, and any other relevant conversion 
factors used to estimate the metal or mineral equivalent grade; and 
(d)	include a general discussion on the extent to which the mineral resource 
estimates could be materially affected by any known environmental, 
permitting, legal, title, taxation, socio-economic, marketing, political, or 
other relevant factors. 
INSTRUCTIONS:
(1)	A statement of quantity and grade or quality is an estimate and should be 
rounded to reflect the fact that it is an approximation.
(2)	Where multiple cut-off grade scenarios are presented, the qualified person must 
identify and highlight the base case, or preferred scenario. All estimates 
resulting from each of the cut-off grade scenarios must meet the test of 
reasonable prospect of economic extraction. 
Additional Requirements for Advanced Property Technical Reports
Item 15:	Mineral Reserve Estimates - A technical report disclosing mineral reserves 
must  
(a)	provide sufficient discussion and detail of the key assumptions, parameters, 
and methods used for a reasonably informed reader to understand how the 
qualified person converted the mineral resources to mineral reserves;
(b)	comply with all disclosure requirements for mineral reserves set out in the 
Instrument, including sections 2.2, 2.3, and 3.4;
(c)	when the grade for a multiple commodity mineral reserve is reported as 
metal or mineral equivalent, report the individual grade of each metal or 
mineral and the metal prices, recoveries, and any other relevant conversion 
factors used to estimate the metal or mineral equivalent grade; and
(d)	discuss the extent to which the mineral reserve estimates could be materially 
affected by mining, metallurgical, infrastructure, permitting, and other 
relevant factors.
Item 16:	Mining Methods - Discuss the current or proposed mining methods and 
provide a summary of the relevant information used to establish the 
amenability or potential amenability of the mineral resources or mineral 
reserves to the proposed mining methods. Consider and, where relevant, 
include
(a)	geotechnical, hydrological, and other parameters relevant to mine or pit 
designs and plans;
(b)	production rates, expected mine life, mining unit dimensions, and mining 
dilution factors used;
(c)	requirements for stripping, underground development, and backfilling; and
(d)	required mining fleet and machinery.
INSTRUCTION:  Preliminary economic assessments, pre-feasibility studies, and 
feasibility studies generally analyse and assess the same geological, engineering, and 
economic factors with increasing detail and precision. Therefore, the criteria for 
Items 16 to 22 can be used as a framework for reporting the results of all three 
studies. 
Item 17:	Recovery Methods - Discuss reasonably available information on test or 
operating results relating to the recoverability of the valuable component or 
commodity and amenability of the mineralization to the proposed processing 
methods. Consider and, where relevant, include
(a)	a description or flow sheet of any current or proposed process plant;
(b)	plant design, equipment characteristics and specifications, as applicable; and
(c)	current or projected requirements for energy, water, and process materials.
Item 18:	Project Infrastructure - Provide a summary of infrastructure and logistic 
requirements for the project, which could include roads, rail, port facilities, 
dams, dumps, stockpiles, leach pads, tailings disposal, power, and pipelines, 
as applicable.
Item 19:	Market Studies and Contracts 
(a)	Provide a summary of reasonably available information concerning markets 
for the issuer's production, including the nature and material terms of any 
agency relationships. Discuss the nature of any studies or analyses 
completed by the issuer, including any relevant market studies, commodity 
price projections, product valuations, market entry strategies, or product 
specification requirements. Confirm that the qualified person has reviewed 
these studies and analyses and that the results support the assumptions in the 
technical report. 
(b)	Identify any contracts material to the issuer that are required for property 
development, including mining, concentrating, smelting, refining, 
transportation, handling, sales and hedging, and forward sales contracts or 
arrangements. State which contracts are in place and which are still under 
negotiation. For contracts that are in place, discuss whether the terms, rates 
or charges are within industry norms.
Item 20:	Environmental Studies, Permitting, and Social or Community Impact - 
Discuss reasonably available information on environmental, permitting, and 
social or community factors related to the project. Consider and, where 
relevant, include
(a)	a summary of the results of any environmental studies and a discussion of 
any known environmental issues that could materially impact the issuer's 
ability to extract the mineral resources or mineral reserves; 
(b)	requirements and plans for waste and tailings disposal, site monitoring, and 
water management both during operations and post mine closure; 
(c)	project permitting requirements, the status of any permit applications, and 
any known requirements to post performance or reclamation bonds;
(d)	a discussion of any potential social or community related requirements and 
plans for the project and the status of any negotiations or agreements with 
local communities; and
(e)	a discussion of mine closure (remediation and reclamation) requirements 
and costs.
Item 21:	Capital and Operating Costs - Provide a summary of capital and operating 
cost estimates, with the major components set out in tabular form. Explain 
and justify the basis for the cost estimates.
Item 22:	Economic Analysis - Provide an economic analysis for the project that 
includes
(a)	a clear statement of and justification for the principal assumptions;
(b)	cash flow forecasts on an annual basis using mineral reserves or mineral 
resources and an annual production schedule for the life of project;
(c)	a discussion of net present value (NPV), internal rate of return (IRR), and 
payback period of capital with imputed or actual interest;
(d)	a summary of the taxes, royalties, and other government levies or interests 
applicable to the mineral project or to production, and to revenue or income 
from the mineral project; and
(e)	sensitivity or other analysis using variants in commodity price, grade, 
capital and operating costs, or other significant parameters, as appropriate, 
and discuss the impact of the results.
INSTRUCTIONS: 
(1)	Producing issuers may exclude the information required under Item 22 for 
technical reports on properties currently in production unless the technical 
report includes a material expansion of current production.
(2)	The economic analysis in technical reports must comply with paragraphs 
2.3(1)(b) and (c), subsections 2.3(3) and (4), and paragraph 3.4(e), of the 
Instrument, including any required cautionary language.
Requirements for All Technical Reports
Item 23:	Adjacent Properties - A technical report may include relevant information 
concerning an adjacent property if
(a)	such information was publicly disclosed by the owner or operator of the 
adjacent property; 
(b)	the source of the information is identified; 
(c)	the technical report states that its qualified person has been unable to verify 
the information and that the information is not necessarily indicative of the 
mineralization on the property that is the subject of the technical report; 
(d)	the technical report clearly distinguishes between the information from the 
adjacent property and the information from the property that is the subject of 
the technical report; and
(e)	any historical estimates of mineral resources or mineral reserves are 
disclosed in accordance with paragraph 2.4(a) of the Instrument. 
Item 24:	Other Relevant Data and Information - Include any additional 
information or explanation necessary to make the technical report 
understandable and not misleading.
Item 25:	Interpretation and Conclusions - Summarize the relevant results and 
interpretations of the information and analysis being reported on. Discuss 
any significant risks and uncertainties that could reasonably be expected to 
affect the reliability or confidence in the exploration information, mineral 
resource or mineral reserve estimates, or projected economic outcomes. 
Discuss any reasonably foreseeable impacts of these risks and uncertainties 
to the project's potential economic viability or continued viability. A 
technical report concerning exploration information must include the 
conclusions of the qualified person.
Item 26:	Recommendations - Provide particulars of recommended work programs 
and a breakdown of costs for each phase. If successive phases of work are 
recommended, each phase must culminate in a decision point. The 
recommendations must not apply to more than two phases of work. The 
recommendations must state whether advancing to a subsequent phase is 
contingent on positive results in the previous phase.
INSTRUCTION:  In some specific cases, the qualified person may not be in a 
position to make meaningful recommendations for further work. Generally, these 
situations will be limited to properties under development or in production where 
material exploration activities and engineering studies have largely concluded. In 
such cases, the qualified person should explain why they are not making further 
recommendations. 
Item 27:	References - Include a detailed list of all references cited in the technical 
report.
Service Alberta
Vital Statistics
Notice of Change of Personal Name
(Change of Name Act)
April 1, 2011
Root, Marisol to Root, Marysol Alexandra - 68203
Abdisalan, Abubakar Abdiwali to Mohamed, Abubakar Abdiwali - 68281
Chu, Jiacheng to Chu, Steven Jiacheng - 68384
Kenny, Alexa Jayde to Thomas, Alexa Jayde Kenny - 68408
Baiza-Kassam, Sabbah Sinan to Kassam, Sabbah Sinan Jamil - 68438
Dyck, Jessie Noelle to Revak, Jessie Noelle - 68440
Ahmad-Assad, Jennifer Shihab to Ahmad-Assad, Jouana Shihab - 68445
Flohr, Cheyan Margret Kathleen to McIntosh, Cheyan Margret Kathleen - 68453
Vince, Terianna Amber to Berry, Terianna Amber - 68459
Votour, Stephanie Nicole to Mullin, Stephanie Nicole - 68466
Gordon, Emma Faith to Wilson, Emma Faith - 68469
Leung, Desmond to Au, Desmond Kai - 68473
Keshwani, Rahim Khan to Millious, Rahim Khan - 68476
Hadgu, Yonnas Habte to Habte, Yonas - 68479
Alazmi, Ahmad to Al Sharif, Omar - 68481
Norton, Troy Alexander Robert to Catherall, Troy Alexander Robert - 68486
Valliere, Gerrard Joseph Andr‚ to Valliere, Gerard Joseph - 68496
Kararrigas-Lintner, Isabella Jeanette to Lintner, Isabella Jeanette - 68500
Hall, Hannah Jenevieve to Bolton, Hannah Jenevieve - 68501
Fehr-White, Austin Taylor to Fehr, Austin Taylor - 68505
Ahkimnachie, Lloyd Jimmie to Seniantha, Lloyd Jimmie - 68504
Solmonson, Gingerr to Solmonson, Ginger - 68508
Lewis, Nate Alexander to Elko, Nate Alexander - 68513
Ali, Akhtar to Khan, Akhtar Ali - 68514
Sinclair, John Alexander to McCallum, John Alexander - 68521
Paidel, Nadine Annette to Phillips, Jordyn Alexis - 68522
April 4, 2011
Gulley, Ehetaferahu Jerry to Gulley, Lydia Etaferow Tigist - 68071
Peters, Alexander Demitri to Driedger, Alexander Demitri - 68213
Pomerleau, Ennyd Gaye to Pomerleau, Ennyd - 68418
Scott, Mikayla Sunshine Faith to Bremner, Mikayla Sunshine Faith - 68428
Cruz, Rafael Austin to Cruz Gutierrez, Rafael Austin - 68430
Sime, Leo Taisto Tauno Arvi Albert to Hako-Oja, Leo Taisto Tauno Arvi Albert - 
68436
Chua, Esther Pei Lin to Chua Walker, Alexandra Pei Lin - 68463
Fox, Darryl Lance to Bourque, Darryl Lance - 68578
McKay, Dawn to Scaia, Dominic Donald Taylor Phoenix - 68603
April 5, 2011
Pachan, Connor Douglas James to Turner, Connor Douglas James - 67071
Smith, Matthew Lee David to Rosenke, Matthew Lee David - 68207
Whelan, Stephen William to Squires, Stephen William - 68285
Gangji, Baby Boy to Jamal, Yannis Amin M. S. - 68374
Boyse, Kenneth Evert to Boyse, Laura Ann - 68379
Hachicho, Rachad Sleiman to Hachicho, Richard - 68524
El Enjbar, Rawana Ahmad Mo to Enjbar, Rawana - 68525
Goodswimmer, Isaiha Ethan to Klymchuk, Isaiha Ethan - 68553
Goodswimmer, Averie Lynn Ann to Klymchuk, Averie Lynn Ann - 68554
Goodswimmer, Caidence Karen to Klymchuk, Caidence Karen - 68555
Wang, Shi Hui to Wang, Wendy Shihui - 68557
Nelson, Benoni to Nelson, Benjamin - 68575
Ashton, Darrian Anthony to Valdes, Derian Anthony - 68610
April 6, 2011
Jisha Poochum Kunnat, Individual has only one name to Rashi, Jisha - 68349
Ananya Rashi, Individual has only one name to Rashi, Ananya - 68350
Trach, Kenny to Trach, Kenneth - 68465
Fontaine, Kage-Patryck Beach to Beach, Jesse Palmer - 68507
Price, Elohim-Is-My-Strength to Price, God-Is-My-Strength - 68498
Jin, Yan Zhao to Jin, Kevin Yanzhao - 68531
MacPhee, Matthew Mark Frank to MacPhee, Samantha Sasha - 68544
Deisinger, Brant Jeffrey to Maguire, Brant Jeffrey - 68582
Randell, Johnathan Richard William to Gilmore, Johnathan Richard William - 68598
Randell, Jerrica Vivian Lynn to Gilmore, Jerrica Vivian Lynn - 68599
Nizar, Sylvester to Freemen, Joshua Sylvester - 68636
Calahaisen, Candice Maria to Jung, Candice Maria - 68640
Calahaisen, Paige Gloria to Jung, Paige Vaida - 68641
April 7, 2011
Dalueg, Carter Randy John to Keith, Carter Randy John - 68048
Neustaeter, Nettie to Gerbrandt, Chadie Agnes - 68607
Auger, Vincent Henry to Auger-Beauregard, Vincent Henry - 68426
Charan Simriti Kaur, Individual has only one name to Uppal, Simriti Kaur - 68484
Agudelo, Juan Eduardo to Oliver, John Brandon - 68491
Rabbit Carrier, Ayana Rose to Running Rabbit, Ayana Rose - 68519
Davies, Kylee Lynn Irene to Belbin-Davies, Kylee Lynn Irene - 68535
Neustaeter, Curtis George to Giesbrecht, Curtis George - 68549
Hsu, Yu-Chien to Hsu, Zoe Yu-Chien - 68546
Byden, Abbi Dawn to McLean, Lindsey Dawn - 68560
Byden, Alexander Lucas to McLean, Alexander Lucas - 68561
Ris, Dallin Brian Robert to Dent, Dallin Brian Robert - 68563
Burt, Amy Kori to Wiseman, Amy Isabella - 68576
Peterson-Bebonang, Emily Ferne to Peterson, Emily Ferne - 68583
Chen, Shan Shan to Chen, Renqiong - 68611
Bakinson, Muheebat Tolulo to Bakinson, Tolulope Adetokunbo - 68619
Nizar, Bob to Freemen, Robert Petre - 68635
April 8, 2011
Kim, ChangSoo to Kim, Charles Changsoo - 68584
Jun, Haeyoung to Jun, Jennifer Haeyoung - 68585
Kim, Youngjoon to Kim, Alex Yongjoon - 68587
Aitchison, Lauren Michelle to Fuller, Lauren Michelle - 68591
Aitchison, Faith Juliana to Fuller, Faith Juliana - 68592
Brinkerhoff, Cody James to Chipman, Cody James - 68593
Kim, Jihyun to Kim, Veronica Jihyun - 68594
Kolosetti, Adam Joengjing to Sayers, Adam Chow - 68612
Peter, Besufekad Jeffrey to de Klerk, Eize Besufekad Yosef - 68615
Sekel, Alicen Jayde to Gabriel, Alicen Jayde - 68621
Stapleton, Christopher David Lee to Chanyi, Christopher David Lee - 68622
Maerz, Connie Lynn to Maerz, Lynn - 68624
April 11, 2011
Jackson, Mary Rose to Jackson, Marie Rose - 68401
Mohammed, Anwar A to Al-Gertani, Anwar Adnan Mohammed - 68420
Nguyen, Thi Bich Ngoc to Le, Vivian - 68457
Mohamadou, Yaya Pitti to Pitti, Yaya Mohamadou - 68520
Cavalic, Muhamed to Cavalic, Mike - 68536
April 12, 2011
Szilagyi, Lajos to Szilagyi, Louie - 68015
Chen, Xiaoke to Chen, Kathy - 68495
Sturm, Brittney Megan to Gilchrist, Brittney Megan - 68654
Louis, Tahliek MacKhame'S to Jean Louis, Tahliek MacKhame'S - 68658
Bharwani, Badruddin Rahim to Bharwani, Rahim Badruddin - 68657
Wong, Ting Ting Mimi to Wong, Paris Sydney - 68732
April 13, 2011
Jabez, Jabez Abush to Menor, Jabez Abush - 68747
De Deugd, Adrianus to Dedeugd, John - 68419
Stoycheva, Zhulieta Kirilo to Stoycheva, Julieta Kirilova - 68446
Seo, Sungjoon to Seo, Ryan Sungjoon - 68478
Abdul-Willy, Raed to Elwilly, Randy - 68545
Abdul-Willy, Reece Raed to Elwilly, Reece Raed - 68547
Johnson, Jordon Allan to Ellis-Kincaid, Jordon Allan - 68569
Sharlow, Tara Laura Gay to Hamilton, Chelsea Kayla Kristen Kaia - 68606
Selig, Mulu Peterranda to Selig, Mulu Amara - 68617
Gushchina, Daria to Quilty, Dasha - 68678
Brand, Sheri Therese to Pahlsson, Sheri Therese - 68749
Mukala, Sheri Therese to Pahlsson, Sheri Therese - 68749
Soromou, Mariama to Diallo, Mariame - 68780
Maves, Dale Bruce to Turner, Dale Bruce - 68785
April 14, 2011
Fatima, Amtul Noor to Mohammed, AmtulNoor - 68168
Fatima, Amtul Saboor to Mohammed, AmtulSaboor - 68169
Zuberi, Noriza to Zuberi, Rahma - 68337
Gottschlich, Aron William Bradly to Holden, Aron William Bradly - 68378
Huang, Jia Yi to Oviahon, Naomi Ebuwa - 68410
Sandhu, Kiranjit Kaur to Shokar, Kiranjit Kaur - 68674
Wang, Wei Yiran to Wang, Catherine - 68533
Theresa, Sherene to Vazhappilly, Sherene Theresa - 68539
Elizabeth, Shine to Vazhappilly, Shine Elizabeth - 68540
Habib, Raho Bare to Moallin, Farhiya Abdullahi - 68604
Webster, Cody Allan to Stewart, Cody Allan - 68608
Popatlal, Ravi to Thaker, Ravi Popatlal - 68613
Steffan, Riley Kenneth to Anderson, Riley Kenneth - 68623
Daniels, Aywastin Xavier to Lewis, Aywastin Shale - 68633
Hogh, Jeffrey William to Hogh, Jessica - 68764
April 19, 2011
Eddy, Lorraine Lillian to Eddy, Lori Anne - 43073
Ha, Chhin Y. to Ha, Shany Chhin - 68460
Asim, Muhaimin to Asim, Muhaimin Murtaza - 68475
Ly, Kiet Tuan to Ly, Jonathan Kiet Tuan - 68523
Ali, Muhammad to Ulfat, Muhammad Ali - 68528
Kiran, Anosha to Ulfat, Anosha Kiran - 68530
Williams, Michelle Dana to Trombley, Michelle Dana - 68642
Fox, Stephanie Corrine to McMahon, Stephanie Corrine - 68643
Edmondson, Savanah Adele to Spetz, Savannah Merle Margaret - 68645
Basnet, Saarthak to Basnet-Ale, Saarthak - 68663
Pearson, Cody John Kadatz to Kadatz, Cody John - 68796
Howlett, Micheal Robert to Howlett, Michael Robert - 68831
April 26, 2011
Richards, Hendrikien to Richards, Retta - 68577
Gajo, Woldeyesus Bedasso to Gajo, Negesso Bedasso - 68439
Stewart, Cindy Michelle to Stewart, Michelle - 68579
Iqbal, Amin to Augustin, Amin - 68703
Francis, Afshan to Augustin, Afshan - 68704
Omylyon, Daniel Lloyd to Omeljan, Daniel - 68818
Grieve, Sabrina Michelle to Parsons, Sabrina Michelle - 68847
April 27, 2011
Pochakhom, Adisorn to Pochakom, Adison Paul - 68385
Pochakhom, Pornsawan to Pochakom, Ponswan Pat - 68386
Pochakhom, Natnicha to Pochakom, Nancy Natnicha - 68387
Pochakhom, Naphatsorn to Pochakom, Nina Napatsorn - 68388
Pochakhom, Panisara to Pochakom, Angela Panisara - 68389
Dhanani, Mubina to Moya, Mubina - 68580
Esttaifan, Shnoda to Raihanah, Shnoda - 68590
Kim, Jonghyun to Kim, Joshua Jong Hyun - 68626
Hoecke, Devin Odin Christopher to von Doom, Odin - 68646
Dyck, Darcy James to McCoy, Darcy James - 68660
Dyck, Brendan Corey to McCoy, Brendan Corey - 68661
Grozev, Dzhordzh Dzhordzhev to Grozev, George - 68667
Quach, Vivian to Wang, Vivian Arian - 68670
Tekle, Aman to Mehari, Yared - 68671
Hnatiuk, Sierra Pauline Fedyna to Fedyna, Sierra Pauline - 68673
Lum, Grace Keer to Kuol, Grace Mel - 68682
Efeh, Idahosa to Idahosa, Peter Efe - 68683
Leung, Sum Yin to Leung, Sally Sum Yin - 68684
Fox, Zaine Blue Roy to Walton, Zaine Blue Roy - 68688
Higgins, Madison Gail to Walton, Madison Gail - 68689
Higgins, Makenzy Lyn to Walton, Makenzy Lyn - 68690
Heidel, Matthew Colin to Girard, Matthew Edward - 68698
Eboigbe, Kelly Brandel to Brandel, Kelly Martin - 68699
Martin, Kelly Brandel to Brandel, Kelly Martin - 68699
Elia, Elias to Mati, Elias - 68708
Searl, William Skinner to Skinner, William Matthew - 68711
Barron, Katherine Anne to Martin, Katherine Anne - 68812
Frost, Katherine Anne to Martin, Katherine Anne - 68812
Van Horn, Logan Connor to Madsen, Logan Connor Tagg - 68717
Van Horn, Carmen Lacey to Madsen, Carmen Lacey Tagg - 68716
April 28, 2011
Ehman, Ethan Mitchell to Mitchell, Ethan Zachary - 67983
Ehman, Davin Paul to Mitchell, Davin Paul - 67984
Otano, Ella Elizabeth to Christopher, Ella Elizabeth - 68000
Ed Mohammad, Jamila to Javoni, Jamila - 68311
Ed Mohammad, Ali to Javoni, Ali - 68312
Ed Mohammad, Amin to Javoni, Amin - 68313
Coulibaly, Foungnigu‚ Siriki to Coulibaly, Foungnigu‚ Siriki Kevin - 68443
Singh, Rajwant Kaur to Saran, Rajwant Kaur - 68803
Nazarali, Alya to Nazarali, Alya Mebs - 68629
Crawford, Austin Everett Levi to Schimpf, Austin Everett Levi - 68668
Crawford, Cheyenne Sierra Rose to Schimpf, Cheyenne Sierra Rose - 68669
Mekonen, Mesgana Seyfu to Seyfu, Mesgana Mekonen - 68719
Forgues, Bridget Eliza Isabel to Forgues, Robin Eliza - 68721
Juma, Yasmin to Kassam, Yasmin M - 68722
Kim, Kyung Ja to Kim, Maggie - 68723
Schweigert-Haslam, Benjamin Jordan to Oler, Jordan Benjamin - 68727
Salman, Muhammad to Ghaznavi, Salman Muhammad - 68739
Doll, Marie Frances Annette to Doll, Fran‡oise Marie Annette - 68740
Grozdek, Marinka-Mary to Grozdek, Marina Diana - 68741
Gros Ventre Boy, Gordon Ramsey to Eagle Plume, Gordon Ramsey - 68742
Kraft-Polsom, Jordan Keith Harold to Kraft, Jordan Keith Harold - 68744
Ratcliffe, Jeffrey James to Hamilton, Jeffrey James - 68863
Lee, Je Eun to Lee, Jenny Je-Eun - 68909
Uren, Mark Jeffrey to Barge, Mark Jeffrey - 68912
Williams, Hilda to Williams, Hilda Siuru Wei - 68920
April 29, 2011
Thanoon, Ali Hussain to Libreros, Ali Mahmood - 68218
Thanoon, Mohamed Hussain to Libreros, Mohamed Mahmood - 68219
Cheverie, Bruce Donald to Rose, Bruce Donald - 68748
Todd, Megan Elizabeth to Rothwell, Megan Elizabeth - 68752
Cromp, Dawn Christine to Rothwell, Dawn Christine - 68753
Notice of Intent to Cancel Extra-provincial Registration
(Cooperatives Act)
Culease Co-operative Ltd.
Notice is hereby given that a Notice of Intent to Cancel the Extra-provincial 
Registration of Culease Co-operative Ltd. was issued on May 13, 2011. The Notice 
is in effect for 120 days.
Dated at Edmonton, Alberta, May 13, 2011.
Brock Ketcham, Director of Cooperatives.
Sustainable Resource Development
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the period January 1, 2011 to March 31, 2011
Function: Community Carnivore Meeting
Purpose:  Meet with stakeholders in the Pincher Creek area in support of developing 
a community based carnivore management model.
Date: November 17, 2010
Amount: $756.00
Location: Pincher Creek
Alberta Fishery Regulations, 1998
Notice of Variation Order 04-2011
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 04-2011 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 04-2011 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 140 mm mesh and not longer than 95 mm 
in length 
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 10 feet (3.1 m)  and greater than 20 feet (6.2 m) in 
depth: 08:00 hours May 17, 2011 to 16:00 hours June 16, 2011. 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 05-2011
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 05-2011 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 05-2011 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 140 mm mesh and not longer than 95 mm 
in length 
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 10 feet (3.1 m)  and greater than 20 feet (6.2 m) in 
depth: Closed. 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.


ADVERTISEMENTS
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 26, 2011, at 10:00 a.m., 
the following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
C of T
Subdivision / 
Hamlet
1A
11
912 3418
082 207 724
Long Lake
18; 19
3
3467 CE 
022 079 891
Radway

Pt of 
Sec
Sec
Twp
Rge
M
Acres
Subdivision
C of T
SE
23
62
20
4
160.00

032 231 062
NW
15
62
21
4
157.01

932 216 944
NE
28
62
21
4
159.00

832 023 695
NW
13
58
22
4
108.61

112 045 349
Pt. NE
11
58
22
4
3.09
Lot A Plan 
7285KS
952 009 290
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 and conditions of sale will be considered other than those specified by County 
of Thorhild.
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. A 10% deposit is payable upon the acceptance of the bid at Public Auction. 
The balance of the accepted bid is due within 30 days.
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 10, 2011.
Daniel Small, CMA 
County Manager.
______________
Town of Grimshaw
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Town of Grimshaw will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Town Council 
Chambers, 5005 - 53 Avenue, Grimshaw, Alberta, on Thursday, July 21, 2011, at 
10:00 a.m., the following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
C of T
16
28
7721791
822190604
13
11
7822717
902015365
107
6
8022843
062443791
14/15
5
8274 ET
972323418
10
19
7520739
942011809
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 
Grimshaw makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the 
adequacy of services, soil conditions, land use districting, building and development 
conditions, absence or presence of environmental contamination, vacant possession, 
or the developability of the lands for any intended use by the successful bidder.  No 
bid will be accepted where the bidder attempts to attach conditions to the sale of any 
parcel of land. No terms and conditions of sale will be considered other than those 
specified by the Town of Grimshaw. No further information is available at the Public 
Auction regarding the land to be sold.
Terms: Full payment on the day of the Public Auction by cash or certified cheque.
The Town of Grimshaw may, after the public auction, become the owner of any 
parcel of land not 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 Grimshaw, Alberta, May 31, 2011.
Wendy Johnson, Chief Administrative Officer.
______________
Town of High Level
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Town of High Level will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Council 
Chambers, 10203 - 105 Avenue, High Level, Alberta, on Wednesday, July 13, 2011, 
at 7:00 p.m., the following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
Linc
Civic Address
4A
13
402NY
0013502936
10308 99 Street
4
13
402NY
0021122031
10306 99 Street
15A
14
402NY
0021124565
10111 100 Street
5A
15
402NY
0015424773
10106 100 Street
1
8
3510KS
0015052418
9801 98 Avenue
21
28
5035TR
0013575883
9911 106 Street
222
21
9721282
0027037878
10709 106 Street
10
33
8321075
0010148789
11106 103 Street
19
3
8323083
0011196243
10900 93 Street
20
3
8323083
0011196251
10908 93 Street
21
3
8323083
0011196268
11000 93 Street
67
30
9823385
0027546044
21 Bison Crescent
11
54
0424274
0030585139
20 Dragonfly Crescent
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. Additional conditions of 
building demolition and levelling of lot and/or repair of unsightly conditions will 
apply.
The land is being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis and the Town of High 
Level makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the adequacy 
of services, soil conditions, absence or presence of environmental contamination, or 
the developability of the subject land for any intended used by the purchaser.  No bid 
will be accepted where the bidder attempts to attach conditions precedent to the sale 
of any parcel.  No terms and conditions of sale will be considered other than those 
specified by the Town of High Level.  No further information is available at the 
auction regarding the lands to be sold.  This list is subject to deletions.
Terms: A 25% down payment must be made by cash or certified cheque within 24 
hours of the auction with payment in full due within 30 days.
The Town of High Level may, after the public auction, become the owner of any 
parcel of land not sold at the public auction.
Dated at High Level, Alberta, May 10, 2011.
Nicole Erikson, Tax Clerk
______________
Town of Killam
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Town of Killam will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Town Office, 4923 50 
Street, Killam, Alberta, on Monday, July 25, 2011, at 10:00 a.m., the following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
Linc #
18
5
RN97
0015247075




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 Town of Killam 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 Killam, Alberta, April 26, 2011.
Kimberly Borgel, CAO.
______________
Town of Peace River
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Town of Peace River will offer for sale, by public auction, in the 12' Davis 
Meeting Room at Town Office, 9911 - 100 Street, Peace River, Alberta, on Monday, 
July 18, 2011, at 10:00 a.m., the following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
C of T
3
5
503KS
072699468
OT
-
570PX
072672060
22
8
3258NY
062579378
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.
Terms: Cash or Certified Cheque at time of sale. GST will apply on all lands sold at 
the Public Auction; and
Properties will be offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis and the Town of Peace 
River makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the adequacy 
of services, soil conditions, land use districting, building and development conditions, 
absence or presence of environmental contamination, vacant possession, or the 
developability of the lands for any intended use by the successful bidder; and
No bid will be accepted where the bidder attempts to attach conditions to the sale of 
any parcel of land.
The Town of Peace River may, after the public auction, become the owner of any 
parcel of land not sold at the public auction.
Redemption of a parcel of land offered for sale may be effected by cash or certified 
cheque of all arrears of taxes, penalties and costs at any time prior to 10:00 a.m. the 
date of the public auction.
Dated at Peace River, Alberta, May 13, 2011.
Hendrik Slegtenhorst, Chief Administrative Officer.
______________
Village of Carbon
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Village of Carbon will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Village Office, 238 
Hillside Avenue, Carbon, Alberta, on Saturday, July 16, 2011, at 10:00 a.m., the 
following lands:
Lot
Legal
Linc
C of T
10.74 acres
NW-14-29-23-4
0012349281
761 063 061
This parcel will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations and 
conditions contained in the existing Certificate of Title.
The land is being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis, and the Village of 
Carbon makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the adequacy 
of services, soil conditions, land use districting, building and development conditions, 
absence or presence of environmental contamination, or the developability of the 
subject land for any intended use by the Purchaser.  No bid will be accepted where the 
bidder attempts to attach conditions precedent to the sale of any parcel.  No terms and 
conditions of sale will be considered other than those specified by the Village of 
Carbon. No further information is available at the auction regarding the lands to be 
sold.
The Village of Carbon may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel 
of land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Cash, Money Order or Certified Cheque - 10% down, balance in 15 days.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Carbon, Alberta, May 31, 2011.
Debra Grosfield, Municipal Administrator.
______________
Village of Hines Creek
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Village of Hines Creek will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Village of 
Hines Creek Council Chambers, Hines Creek, Alberta, on Tuesday, July 12, 2011, at 
6:30 p.m., the following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
 C of T
5
18
4019 H.W.
752 049 749
4
23
6061 K.S.
042 440 805
3
24
6061 K.S.
822 172 735
4
24
6061 K.S.
822 172 735A
Each parcel will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations and 
conditions contained in the existing Certificate of Title.
The Village of Hines Creek may, after the public auction, become the owner of any 
parcel of land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Certified Cheque within 30 days
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
The land is being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis, and the Village of 
Hines Creek makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the 
adequacy of services, soil conditions, land use districting, building and development 
conditions, absence or presence of environmental contamination, vacant possession, 
or the developability of the subject land for any intended use by the successful bidder. 
No bid will be accepted where the bidder attempts to attach conditions precedent to 
the sale of any parcel of land. No terms and conditions of sale will be considered 
other than those specified by the Village of Hines Creek. No further information is 
available at the auction regarding the lands to be sold.
Dated at Hines Creek, Alberta, April 28, 2011.
Lelia Sumner, Chief Administrative Officer.
______________
Village of Milo
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Village of Milo will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Milo Municipal 
Library, Lower Level, 118 Centre Street, Milo, Alberta, on Monday, August 15, 2011, 
at 6:00 p.m., the following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan

10
8
7610570
9,959 square feet (frontage 84 
feet x depth 118.5 feet) 
Residential Zoning
The property is being offered for sale on an "as is", "where is" basis and the Village 
of Milo makes no representations and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the 
adequacy of services, soil conditions, land use districting, building and developmental 
conditions, absence or presence of environmental contamination, vacant possession or 
the developability of the land for any intended use by the successful offering party.  
The offer will be subject to a reserve bid and any reservations or conditions contained 
in the existing certificate of title.  
Terms and Conditions 
After Council acceptance of the winning bid, the Village of Milo will require a 10 
(ten) percent deposit by cash or certified cheque.  Full closing payment (cash or 
certified cheque) to be made to the Village of Milo within 15 (fifteen) days from the 
date of the Public Auction.
A residential development must have commenced and shown reasonable diligence 
towards completion within 365 (three hundred and sixty five) days from the date of 
transfer of land by Alberta Land Titles.
The residential development must have a basement and no "mobile homes" will be 
allowed as the residential development.
No terms and conditions of sale will be considered other than those specified by the 
Village of Milo and no bid will be accepted where the bidder attempts to attach 
conditions precedent to the sale of the parcel.
The Village of Milo may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel of 
land not sold at the public auction.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Milo, Alberta, May 13, 2011.
Jan Loree Hurl, Chief Administrative Officer.






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