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The Alberta Gazette
Part I
Vol. 107	Edmonton, Wednesday, August 31, 2011	No. 16
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
Aboriginal Relations
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the first quarter ending June 30, 2011
Date: June 16, 2011
Purpose: Ministry-hosted public event in celebration of National Aboriginal Day.
Amount: $ 850.00
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Advanced Education and Technology
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the Period January 1, 2011 to March 31, 2011
Function Name: Industry Certification Meeting 
Date(s): September 20, 29, 2010* 
Amount: $1,445.54 
Purpose: Discussion with 18 key industry stakeholders to gain consensus for 
certification of certain technician occupations. Approximately 30 participants. 
Location: Leduc, Alberta
Function Name: Meeting with Teijin Pharma Limited to Discuss Collaboration with 
Alberta Companies 
Date(s): February 15, 2011 
Amount: $711.20 
Purpose: Dinner meeting to promote collaboration with Alberta companies to drive 
innovation and economic diversification. Approximately 9 participants. 
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Function Name: Meeting with Pfizer Canada Inc. (Pfizer) to Promote and Establish 
new Partnership 
Date(s): March 2, 2011 
Amount: $618.31 



Purpose: Dinner meeting to promote collaboration with Alberta companies to drive 
innovation and economic diversification. Approximately 9 participants. 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta


* The date shown is the date of the hosting function; however, these hosting expenses 
were paid during the period January 1- March 31 2011
Agriculture and Rural Development
Form 15
(Irrigation Districts Act) 
(Section 88)
Notice to Irrigation Secretariat: 
Change of Area of an Irrigation District
On behalf of the Western Irrigation District, I hereby request that the Irrigation 
Secretariat forward a certified copy of this notice to the Registrar for Land Titles for 
the purposes of registration under section 22 of the Land Titles Act and arrange for 
notice to be published in the Alberta Gazette.
The following parcels of land should be added to the irrigation district and the 
notation added to the certificate of title:
LINC Number
Short Legal Description as shown on title
Title Number
0029 255 727
4;26;24;25;NW
021 095 466 + 10
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
0021 776 240
4;26;24;25;SE
971 032 657 + 2
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.


Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the quarter ended June 30, 2011
Date of Event: February 8, 2011
Name of Function: Malting Barley Meeting
Purpose: Discussed malting barley opportunities, new grain varieties and agronomy 
for Alberta.  This project was in partnership with RAHR Malting to increase crop 
profits per acre with farmers growing malt barley that support a value-chain project in 
Alberta.
Cost: $ 2,776.00
Nature of Function: Lunch
Location: Alix, Alberta
Date of Event: April 2, 2011
Name of Function: Provincial Communications Competition
Purpose: Communication activities are a required component of the Alberta 4-H 
Program.  This event allowed senior members who advanced from the regional level 
competitions to come together from across the province to compete in both public 
speaking and presentations.
Cost: $ 4,025.32
Nature of Function: Lunch and breaks
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Date of Event: April 29 to May 2, 2011
Name of Function: Provincial 4-H Selections
Purpose: Senior 4-H members attended the annual 4-H selections program where 
they were involved in an educational process as well as an award process to select 
Alberta 4-H ambassadors.
Cost: $ 722.80
Nature of Function: Meals and breaks
Location: Olds, Alberta
Date of Event: May 22 and 25, 2011
Name of Function: Outgoing Mission to China and Hong Kong
Purpose: Facilitated workshops and supported intergovernmental and investment 
meetings.
Cost: $ 1,350.75
Nature of Function: Meals
Location: Beijing, China
Date of Event: June 5 to 8, 2011
Name of Function: Canadian Agriculture Extension Council Annual Meeting
Purpose: Discussions were held regarding extension programs: Growing Forward; 
extension project successes; and agriculture extension goals going forward.  
Representatives were present from the federal government as well as all provinces 
except Quebec.
Cost: $ 1,414.40
Nature of Function: Meals and breaks
Location: Pigeon Lake, Alberta
Date of Event: June 13 and 14, 2011
Name of Function: Alberta Grains Council Meeting - Reception and Dinner
Purpose: Evening reception and dinner at the Alberta Grains Council Meeting for 
board members and guests.  Part of Alberta Grain Council's mandate is to liaise with 
industry groups to keep current on issues and trends in the grains and oilseeds 
industry. The reception included members of industry groups such as the Alberta 
Barley Commission, Alberta Canola Commission, Canadian Wheat Board and the 
North Peace Research Association.
Cost: $ 852.15
Nature of Function: Reception and dinner
Location: Fairview, Alberta
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Alberta Livestock and Meat Agency
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the period ending June 30, 2011
Date of Event: April 5, 2011
Name of Function: A Day with Greg Page
Purpose: Alberta Livestock and Meat Agency's Board of Directors and senior staff, 
Agriculture and Rural Development senior staff and senior Government Officials met 
with Greg Page, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Cargill International and 
Cargill's senior management.
Cost: $ 4,082.21
Nature of Function: Lunch and breaks
Location: Calgary, Alberta
Culture and Community Spirit
Decisions on Geographical Names
(Historical Resources Act)
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to Section 18, Subsection 3 of the Historical 
Resources Act the following decisions on geographical names were duly authorized 
on September 9, 1997.
APPROVED
NTS Map Sheet 73 L/6 - "Goodridge"
Jolie Butte 
(butte)
Located at: 
Sec. 4, 9, Twp. 63, Rge. 10, West of 4th Meridian  
(54ø 25' 47? N & 111ø 27' 15? W) 
Approximately 50 km north of St. Paul.
During the fur trade period this feature was a landmark for traders and voyageurs 
travelling through the region. The name is descriptive, the traders and voyageurs 
called it "la jolie butte," which translates to "the pretty hill." Usage of the name has 
been traced to the 1819 journals of the Hudson's Bay Company's Lesser Slave 
District. The butte is situated on the banks of the Beaver River, to the north-east of the 
confluence of Fork Creek and St. Lina Creek with the Beaver River.
Signed 13th day of June, A.D. 1997
Jean Rycroft, Chair 
Alberta Historical Resources Foundation
Signed 9th day of September, A.D. 1997
Shirley McClellan, Minister 
Community Development
 
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to Section 18, Subsection 3 of the Historical 
Resources Act the following decisions on geographical names were duly authorized 
on September 9, 1997.
RESCINDED
NTS Map Sheet 83 A/04 - "Innisfail"
Pakkwaw Lake 
(lake)
Located in: 
Sec. 15, 16, 21, 22, Twp. 36, Rge. 27, West of 4th Meridian  
(52ø 05' 41? N & 113ø 46' 55? W) 
Approximately 13 km north-east of Innisfail.
This lake no longer exists. The origin of the name is Cree, translating as "dry" or 
"shallow" and was descriptive of the lake's shallow, slough-like appearance. The 
name was recorded by J. B. St. Cyr of the Dominion Land Survey in his 1913 
township plan. It began appearing on federal government maps in 1916. By the early 
1990s, the lake had completely dried up and the area is now under cultivation.
Signed 12th day of June, A.D. 1997
Jean Rycroft, Chair 
Alberta Historical Resources Foundation
Signed 9th day of September, A.D. 1997
Shirley McClellan, Minister 
Community Development


 


Education
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
Paid during the period from April 1, 2011 to June 30, 2011
Function: Community Consultation
Date: February 23, 2011
Amount: $962.40
Purpose: To consult with community members regarding topical and long-term 
issues with government policy.
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Function: Finnish Delegation
Date: March 18, 2011
Amount: $2,811.59
Purpose: To provide an opportunity for both Finland and Alberta to discuss and learn 
from each other on how both education systems can continue to provide world-class 
opportunities and successes.
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Function: 2011 Excellence in Teaching Awards Semi-Finalist Ceremony
Date: April 12, 2011
Amount: $22,349.00
Purpose: To host the semi-finalist recipients' dinner and ceremony to recognize 
outstanding teachers and honour creative, innovative and effective teaching in 
Alberta.
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Function: 2011 Excellence in Teaching Awards Semi-finalist Ceremony
Date: January 24, 2011
Amount: $20,717.46
Purpose: To host the semi-finalist recipients' dinner and ceremony to recognize 
outstanding teachers and honour creative, innovative and effective teaching in 
Alberta.
Location: Calgary, Alberta
Function: Student-Owned Devices Strategies
Date: May 4, 2011
Amount: $1,115.99
Purpose: To share technical, educational and content strategies with respect to the 
implementation of student-owned devices in Alberta schools.
Location: Calgary, Alberta
Function: Jurisdiction Technology Contact Event
Date: May 5, 2011
Amount: $2,846.90
Purpose: For technology leaders from all school jurisdictions to share ministry 
directions and initiatives regarding technology in schools and gather trusted advice on 
the K-12 education system's technology needs.
Location: Calgary, Alberta
Function: Dialogue on Teaching Quality
Date: May 19, 2011
Amount: $796.74
Purpose: To bring together representatives from Alberta's teacher preparation 
programs and other education stakeholders to further collaborate and align efforts to 
improve the efficacy of Alberta's teacher preparation, induction and professional 
development programs.
Location: Calgary, Alberta
Function: Alberta Teachers' Association (ATA) Annual Representative Assembly
Date: May 20, 2011
Amount: $1,102.58
Purpose: Informal reception for the 94th annual representative assembly of the ATA.
Location: Calgary, Alberta
Function: Western and Northern Canadian Protocol Signing
Date: May 26, 2011
Amount: $2,209.76
Purpose: To commemorate the official signing of the renewed Western and Northern 
Canadian Protocol. 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Function: Community Consultation
Date: June 7, 2011
Amount: $960.60
Purpose: To consult with community members regarding topical and long-term 
issues with government policy.
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Employment and Immigration
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the quarter ending June 30, 2011
Function: 2011 Alberta Labour Relations Board Caucus 
Event Date: April 11-12, 2011 
Amount: $1,123.75 
Purpose: Labour Relations Board - the Board invited members of the public to 
attend a panel discussion and presentation by a keynote speaker on issues of 
significance to the labour relations community. It also allowed the public and board 
members, together with the experts brought in to speak, to meet and to interact 
thereby facilitating relationship building while assisting the community to better 
understand issues of interest and concern for the broader community. 
Location: Edmonton, AB
Function: 2011 Employment and Immigration - Training Provider Executive Session 
Event Date: May 4, 2011 
Amount: $6,780.03 
Purpose: Workforce Supports - training provider information session held for 
executive representatives of the training provider community and senior Employment 
and Immigration staff members. The primary purpose of this information session was 
to deliver information at the strategic level to the training provider community to 
assist them with setting their own strategic priorities and future direction for the 
upcoming academic year. 
Location: Edmonton, AB
Energy
Production Allocation Unit Agreement
(Mines and Minerals Act)
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to section 102 of the Mines and Minerals Act, that 
the Minister of Energy on behalf of the Crown has executed counterparts of the 
agreement entitled "Production Allocation Unit Agreement - Suffield Upper 
Mannville Agreement #39" and that the Unit became effective on August 1, 2011.


 


 


 


Infrastructure
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the period April 1, 2011 to June 30, 2011
Name: Royal Alberta Museum Working Group Meetings 
Date(s): May 24, 25 & 26, 2011 
Amount: $1,575.00 
Purpose: Design Workshops and Working Group Meetings. 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Name: Health Capital Projects Follow-up RASCI Development Workshop 
Date(s): May 26 & 27, 2011 
Amount: $1,192.78 
Purpose: RASCI Workshop - Follow-up. 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Name: Grande Prairie Healthcare Centre Visioning Meeting 
Date(s): April 13, 14 & 15, 2011 
Amount: $6,708.30 
Purpose: Initial Planning Workshop with all Project Stakeholders including Alberta 
Health and Wellness, Alberta Health Services, Advanced Education, Grande Prairie 
Regional College, Alberta Infrastructure, and Consultants. 
Location: Grande Prairie, Alberta
Name: Edson Visioning Meeting 
Date(s): April 6, 7 & 8, 2011 
Amount: $3,170.55 
Purpose: Initial planning with all Project Stakeholders, including Advanced 
Education, Alberta Health and Wellness, Alberta Health Services and Consultants. 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Name: High Prairie Visioning Meeting 
Date(s): April 4 & 5, 2011 
Amount: $1,707.98 
Purpose: Initial Planning workshop with all Project Stakeholders including Alberta 
Health Services, Alberta Health and Wellness, Northern Lakes College, and Prime 
Consultants. 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Name: High Prairie Lean Meeting 
Date(s): April 11, 2011 
Amount: $ $1,736.31 
Purpose: The Lean Planning session is to engage clinical and support staff in 
mapping out processes and identifying opportunities to capture capital and operational 
savings, allowing their redeployment to improve patient care. 
Location: High Prairie, Alberta
Name: Support Services Workshop 
Date(s): April 29, 2011 
Amount: $1,041.21 
Purpose: To identify and coordinate the planning and design requirements for all 
Support Services in a Province-wide basis.  These support services include (but not 
limited to) food and nutrition, laundry, linen, laboratory, imaging, protective services, 
material management and housekeeping. 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Name: Edson Master Planning Workshop 
Date(s): May 5 & 6, 2011 
Amount: $1,038.92 
Purpose: To receive input from users on options for the location and massing of the 
main building components (roads, landscaping & utilities). 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Name: High Prairie LEED Workshop 
Date(s): June 6, 2011 
Amount: $683.10 
Purpose: High Prairie Health Complex - sustainable design.  Goals are to develop a 
clear understanding and alignment amongst stakeholders of the project's sustainable 
design goals, and to begin the collaborative process of developing a sustainable 
design and construction strategy for the facility. 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
International and Intergovernmental Relations
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the first quarter ending June 30, 2011
Date: February 22, 2011 
Purpose: Canadian business networking reception for the Alberta Trade Mission to 
Australia, the Canadian Consulate General Sydney and Export Development Canada. 
Amount: $1,922.56 
Location: Perth, Australia
Date: March 10, 2011 
Purpose: Networking event with Japanese film producers, partnered with Ontario, 
British Columbia, and the Canadian Embassy, to promote Alberta for future film 
productions. 
Amount: $1,834.86 
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Date: March 17, 2011 
Purpose: Networking reception for industry, experts and government attendees of the 
Carbon Capture and Storage workshop. 
Amount: $2,009.69 
Location: London, United Kingdom
Date: March 25, 2011 
Purpose: Hosting event for China National Petroleum Corporation - Alberta 
Petroleum Centre Board meeting. 
Amount: $1,266.05 
Location: Xiamen, China
Date: March 27, 2011 
Purpose: Hosting event for participants of the Investment Mission to Gulf 
Cooperation Council countries to advocate Alberta's interests. 
Amount: $1,257.93 
Location: Kuwait City, Kuwait
Date: March 29, 2011 
Purpose: Networking event for the Bavarian Vice Minister and her delegation to 
Alberta, to discuss business opportunities. 
Amount: $1,432.00 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Date: March 30, 2011 
Purpose: Reception for Hokkaido curlers attending an Alberta curling tournament, to 
promote Alberta's longstanding relationship with the sister province of Hokkaido. 
Amount: $1,037.00 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Date: April 7, 2011 
Purpose: Networking event at the annual Canada-Mexico business summit - 
CanCham Day, with Canadian and Mexican business leaders and key government 
officials. 
Amount: $740.07 
Location: Mexico City, Mexico
Date: April 7, 2011 
Purpose: Networking event at the Cirque du Soleil VIP event organized by the 
Canadian Embassy, to promote Alberta's interests. 
Amount: $1,762.79 
Location: Seoul, Korea
Date: April 14, 2011 
Purpose: Networking event co-hosted with the Canadian Consulate General in New 
York in conjunction with a seminar featuring economic excellence. 
Amount: $1,437.75 
Location: New York City, U.S.A.
Date: April 21, 2011 
Purpose: Networking event for the Heilongjiang delegation, to mark the 30th 
anniversary of the Alberta-Heilongjiang Twinning, and the visit of the Executive 
Vice-Governor of Heilongjiang province. 
Amount: $2,652.50 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Date: May 12, 2011 
Purpose: Networking event at the Life Sciences in Canada event, to increase 
awareness of life science capabilities in Alberta and other Canadian provinces. 
Amount: $1,500.00 
Location: Dresden, Germany
Justice
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the period ending June 30, 2011
Purpose: Justice Policy Advisory Committee Minister's Meeting 
Location: Edmonton 
Amount: $1,765.40 
Date of Function: January 31, 2011
Purpose: University of Alberta Judge Shadowing Program 2011 
Location: Edmonton 
Amount: $866.25 
Date of Function: February 1-March 7, 2011
Purpose: Review of Alberta's Court Case Management Program with Saskatchewan 
Officials 
Location: Edmonton 
Amount: $1,012.58 
Date of Function: April 11, 2011
Purpose: Provincial Court Nominating Committee Interviews 
Location: Edmonton 
Amount: $825.65 
Date of Function: May 2, 2011
Purpose: Canadian Judicial Council Access to Justice Meeting 
Location: Ontario 
Amount: $5,318.08 
Date of Function: May 24 & 25, 2011
Purpose: Court Case Management Information Session 
Location: Edmonton, Calgary, Red Deer & Wetaskiwin 
Amount: $2,051.58 
Date of Function: June 13, 2011


Safety Codes Council
Agency Accreditation
(Safety Codes Act)
Pursuant to Section 30 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Capital Compliance Corp, Accreditation No. A000859, Order No. 2827
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
provide services under the Safety Codes Act for Building
Consisting of all parts of the Alberta Building Code including applicable Alberta 
amendments and regulations.
Accredited Date: July 15, 2011	Issued Date: July 18, 2011.
_______________
Pursuant to Section 30 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Capital Compliance Corp, Accreditation No. A000859, Order No. 2828
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
provide services under the Safety Codes Act for Electrical.
Consisting of all parts of the Canadian Electrical Code, Code for Electrical 
Installations at Oil and Gas Facilities and Alberta Electrical Utility Code including 
applicable Alberta amendments and regulations.
Accredited Date: July 15, 2011	Issued Date: July 18, 2011.
_______________
Pursuant to Section 30 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Capital Compliance Corp, Accreditation No. A000859, Order No. 2829
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
provide services under the Safety Codes Act 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.
Accredited Date: July 15, 2011	Issued Date: July 18, 2011.
_______________
Pursuant to Section 30 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Capital Compliance Corp, Accreditation No. A000859, Order No. 2830
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
provide services under the Safety Codes Act 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.
Accredited Date: July 15, 2011	Issued Date: July 18, 2011. 
Corporate Accreditation - Amendment
(Safety Codes Act)
Pursuant to section 28 of the Alberta Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Sena Solid Waste Holdings Inc., Accreditation No. C000203, Order No. 0731
Due to the name change from Earth Tech (Canada) Inc. and having satisfied the terms 
and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to administer the Safety 
Codes Act within their jurisdiction for Electrical
Consisting of all parts of the Canadian Electrical Code, Code for Electrical 
Installations at Oil & 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: February 28, 1996	Issued Date: August 16, 2011.
Alberta Securities Commission
NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 81-101 MUTUAL FUND PROSPECTUS 
DISCLOSURE
AMENDING INSTRUMENT
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on September 8, 2010 pursuant 
to sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
Amendments to 
National Instrument 81-101 Mutual Fund Prospectus Disclosure
1.	National Instrument 81-101 Mutual Fund Prospectus Disclosure is amended 
by this Instrument.
2.	Section 1.1 is amended by
a.	replacing "National Instrument 81-102" with "that Instrument" in 
paragraph (b) of the definition of "commodity pool";
b.	adding the following definition after the definition of "financial year":
"fund facts document" means a completed Form 81-101F3 Contents of 
Fund Facts Document;;
c.	repealing the definition of "NI 81-107";
d.	replacing "National Instrument 81-102" in the definition of "precious 
metals fund" with "National Instrument 81-102 Mutual Funds".
3.	Section 1.2 is amended by replacing "National Instrument 81-102" with 
"National Instrument 81-102 Mutual Funds".
4.	Section 2.1 is replaced with the following:
2.1	Filing of Disclosure Documents - (1) A mutual fund
(a)	that files a preliminary prospectus must file the preliminary 
prospectus in the form of a preliminary simplified prospectus 
prepared in accordance with Form 81-101F1 and concurrently file
(i)	a preliminary annual information form prepared and 
certified in accordance with Form 81-101F2; and
(ii)	a preliminary fund facts document for each class or series 
of securities of the mutual fund prepared in accordance 
with Form 81-101F3;
(b)	that files a pro forma prospectus must file the pro forma 
prospectus in the form of a pro forma simplified prospectus 
prepared in accordance with Form 81-101F1 and concurrently file
(i)	a pro forma annual information form prepared in 
accordance with Form 81-101F2; and
(ii)	a pro forma fund facts document for each class or series of 
securities of the mutual fund prepared in accordance with 
Form 81-101F3;
(c)	that files a prospectus must file the prospectus in the form of a 
simplified prospectus prepared in accordance with Form 81-
101F1 and concurrently file 
(i)	an annual information form prepared and certified in 
accordance with Form 81-101F2; and
(ii)	a fund facts document for each class or series of securities 
of the mutual fund prepared in accordance with Form 81-
101F3;
(d)	that files an amendment to a prospectus must
(i)	file an amendment
(A)	to the simplified prospectus and concurrently file an 
amendment to the related annual information form, 
or 
(B)	to the related annual information form if changes are 
made only to the annual information form;
(ii)	if the amendment relates to the information contained in a 
fund facts document, concurrently file an amendment to 
the fund facts document; and
(iii)	if the amendment relates to a new class or series of 
securities of the mutual fund that is referable to the same 
portfolio of assets, concurrently file a fund facts document 
for the new class or series; and 
(e)	must file an amendment to a fund facts document, if a material 
change occurs that relates to the information contained in the fund 
facts document, as soon as practicable and, in any event, within 
10 days after the day the change occurs.
(2)	A mutual fund must not file a prospectus more than 90 days after the 
date of the receipt for the preliminary prospectus that relates to the 
prospectus..
5.	Section 2.2 is amended by
a.	replacing "shall" in subsection (2) with "must";
b.	replacing "shall" in subsection (3) with "must";
c.	adding the following after subsection (3):
(4)	An amendment to a fund facts document must be prepared in 
accordance with Form 81-101F3 without any further 
identification and dated as of the date the fund facts document is 
being amended..
6.	Section 2.3 is amended by
a.	replacing "shall" in subsection (1) with "must";
b.	replacing the portion of paragraph (1)(a) preceding subparagraph (i) 
with the following:
(a)	file with a preliminary simplified prospectus, a preliminary annual 
information form and a preliminary fund facts document for each 
class or series of securities of the mutual fund;
c.	replacing the portion of paragraph (1)(b) preceding subparagraph (i) 
with the following:
(b)	at the time a preliminary simplified prospectus, a preliminary 
annual information form and a preliminary fund facts document 
for each class or series of securities of the mutual fund are filed, 
deliver or send to the securities regulatory authority;
d.	replacing "shall" in subsection (2) with "must";
e.	replacing the portion of paragraph (2)(a) preceding subparagraph (i) 
with the following:
(a)	file with a pro forma simplified prospectus, a pro forma annual 
information form and a pro forma fund facts document for each 
class or series of securities of the mutual fund;
f.	replacing the portion of paragraph (2)(b) preceding subparagraph (i) 
with the following:
(b)	at the time a pro forma simplified prospectus, a pro forma annual 
information form and a pro forma fund facts document for each 
class or series of securities of the mutual fund are filed, deliver or 
send to the securities regulatory authority;
g.	adding the following after subparagraph (2)(b)(ii):
(ii.1)	a copy of the pro forma fund facts document for each class or 
series of securities of the mutual fund, blacklined to show 
changes, including the text of deletions, from the latest fund facts 
document previously filed,;
h.	replacing "shall" in subsection (3) with "must";
i.	replacing the portion of paragraph (3)(a) preceding subparagraph (i) 
with the following:
(a)	file with a simplified prospectus, an annual information form and 
a fund facts document for each class or series of securities of the 
mutual fund;
j.	adding the following after subparagraph (3)(b)(ii):
(ii.1)	a copy of the fund facts document for each class or series of 
securities of the mutual fund, blacklined to show changes, 
including the text of deletions, from the preliminary or pro forma 
fund facts document,;
k.	replacing "2.3(1)(b)(ii) or 2.3(2)(b)(iv)" in subparagraph (3)(b)(iii) with 
"(1)(b)(ii) or (2)(b)(iv)";
l.	replacing "shall" in subsection (4) with "must";
m.	striking out "and" at the end of subparagraph (4)(a)(iii);
n.	adding the following after subparagraph (4)(a)(iii):
(iii.1)	if the amendment relates to the information contained in a fund 
facts document, an amendment to the fund facts document, and;
o.	adding the following after subparagraph (4)(b)(ii):
(ii.1)	if an amendment to a fund facts document is filed, a copy of the 
fund facts document, blacklined to show changes, including the 
text of deletions, from the latest fund facts document previously 
filed,;
p.	replacing "2.3(1)(b)(ii), 2.3(2)(b)(iv) or 2.3(3)(b)(iii)" in subparagraph 
(4)(b)(iii) with "(1)(b)(ii), (2)(b)(iv) or (3)(b)(iii)";
q.	replacing "shall" in subsection (5) with "must";
r.	striking out "and" at the end of subparagraph (5)(a)(iii);
s.	adding the following after subparagraph (5)(a)(iii):
(iii.1)	if the amendment relates to the information contained in a fund 
facts document, an amendment to the fund facts document, and;
t.	replacing "2.3(1)(b)(ii), 2.3(2)(b)(iv) or 2.3(3)(b)(iii)" in subparagraph 
(5)(b)(i) with "(1)(b)(ii), (2)(b)(iv) or (3)(b)(iii)";
u.	replacing "; and" with "," at the end of subparagraph (5)(b)(ii);
v.	adding the following after subparagraph (5)(b)(ii):
(ii.1)	if an amendment to a fund facts document is filed, a copy of the 
fund facts document, blacklined to show changes, including the 
text of deletions, from the latest fund facts document previously 
filed, and; and
w.	adding the following after subsection (5):
(5.1)	A mutual fund must 
(a)	file the following documents with an amendment to a fund 
facts document unless subsection (4) or (5) applies: 
(i)	an amendment to the corresponding annual 
information form, certified in accordance with Part 
5.1, 
(ii)	any other supporting documents required to be filed 
under securities legislation; and 
(b)	at the time an amendment to a fund facts document is filed, 
deliver or send to the securities regulatory authority 
(i)	details of any changes to the personal information 
required to be delivered under subparagraph 
(1)(b)(ii), (2)(b)(iv) or (3)(b)(iii), in the form of the 
Personal Information Form and Authorization, since 
the delivery of that information in connection with 
the filing of the simplified prospectus of the mutual 
fund or another mutual fund managed by the 
manager,
(ii)	a copy of the amended and restated fund facts 
document blacklined to show changes, including the 
text of deletions, from the most recently filed fund 
facts document; and
(iii)	any other supporting documents required to be 
delivered or sent to the securities regulatory 
authority under securities legislation..
7.	The following section is added after section 2.3:
2.3.1	Websites
(1)	If a mutual fund or the mutual fund's family has a website, the mutual 
fund must post to at least one of those websites a fund facts document 
filed under this Part as soon as practicable and, in any event, within 10 
days after the date that the document is filed.
(2)	A fund facts document posted to the website referred to in subsection (1) 
must
(a)	be displayed in a manner that would be considered prominent to a 
reasonable person; and
(b)	not be attached to or bound with another fund facts document.
(3)	Subsection (1) does not apply if the fund facts document is posted to a 
website of the manager of the mutual fund in the manner required under 
subsection (2)..
8.	Section 3.1 is amended by
a.	replacing the first reference to "shall" with "must" and deleting the 
second reference to "shall"; and 
b.	adding the following after paragraph 1:
1.1.	The most recently filed fund facts document for each class or 
series of securities of the mutual fund, filed either concurrently 
with or after the date of the simplified prospectus..
9.	Sections 3.3, 3.4 and 3.5 are amended by replacing "shall" with "must" 
wherever it occurs.
10.	Section 4.1 is amended by
a.	replacing subsection (1) with the following:
4.1	Plain Language and Presentation - (1) A simplified prospectus, 
annual information form and fund facts document must be 
prepared using plain language and in a format that assists in 
readability and comprehension.;
b.	replacing "shall" with "must" wherever it occurs in subsection (2); 
and
c.	adding the following after subsection (2):
(3)	A fund facts document must
(a)	be prepared for each class and each series of securities of a 
mutual fund in accordance with Form 81-101F3; 
(b)	present the items listed in the Part I section of Form 81-
101F3 and the items listed in the Part II section of Form 
81-101F3 in the order stipulated in those parts; 
(c)	use the headings and sub-headings stipulated in Form 81-
101F3;  
(d)	contain only the information that is specifically required or 
permitted to be in Form 81-101F3;
(e)	not incorporate any information by reference; and 
(f)	not exceed four pages in length..
11.	Section 4.2 is replaced with the following:
4.2	Preparation in the Required Form - Despite provisions in securities 
legislation relating to the presentation of the content of a prospectus, a 
simplified prospectus, an annual information form and a fund facts 
document must be prepared in accordance with this Instrument..
12.	Subsections 5.1(1) and (2) are amended by replacing "shall" with "must".
13.	Section 5.2 is amended by
a.	replacing "shall" with "must" in paragraphs (1)(a) and (b); and
b.	adding the following after subsection (1):
(1.1)	Despite subsection (1), if attached to or bound with a single SP or 
multiple SP, the fund facts document must be the first document 
contained in the package..
14.	Paragraph 5.3(2)(a) is amended by replacing "shall" with "must".
15.	Subsections 5.4(1) and (2) are amended by replacing "shall" with "must".
16.	The following section is added after section 5.4:
5.5	Combinations of Fund Facts Documents for Filing Purposes -For the 
purposes of section 2.1, a fund facts document may be attached to or 
bound with another fund facts document of a mutual fund in a simplified 
prospectus or, if a multiple SP, another fund facts document of a mutual 
fund combined in the multiple SP..
17.	Section 5.1.2 is replaced with the following:
5.1.2	Date of Certificates - The date of the certificates required by this 
Instrument must be within 3 business days before the filing of the 
preliminary simplified prospectus, the simplified prospectus, the 
amendment to the simplified prospectus, the amendment to the annual 
information form or the amendment to the fund facts document, as 
applicable..
18.	Part 6 is replaced with the following:
PART 6	EXEMPTIONS
6.1	Grant of Exemption - (1) The regulator or the securities regulatory 
authority may grant an exemption from the provisions of this Instrument, 
in whole or in part, subject to such conditions or restrictions as may be 
imposed in the exemption. 
(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 of National Instrument 14-
101 Definitions opposite the name of the local jurisdiction.
6.2	Evidence of exemption - (1) Subject to subsection (2) and without 
limiting the manner in which an exemption may be evidenced, the 
granting under this Part of an exemption from any form or content 
requirements relating to a simplified prospectus, annual information 
form or fund facts document, may be evidenced by the issuance of a 
receipt for a simplified prospectus and annual information form, or an 
amendment to a simplified prospectus or annual information form. 
(2)	The issuance of a receipt for a simplified prospectus and annual 
information form or an amendment to a simplified prospectus or annual 
information form is not evidence that the exemption has been granted 
unless 
(a)	the person or company that sought the exemption sent to the 
regulator or securities regulatory authority a letter or 
memorandum describing the matters relating to the exemption 
and indicating why consideration should be given to the granting 
of the exemption:
(i)	on or before the date of the filing of the preliminary or pro 
forma simplified prospectus and annual information form;
(ii)	at least 10 days before the issuance of the receipt in the 
case of an amendment to a simplified prospectus or annual 
information form; or
(iii)	after the date of the filing of the preliminary or pro forma 
simplified prospectus and annual information form and 
received a written acknowledgement from the regulator or 
securities regulatory authority that the exemption may be 
evidenced in the manner set out in subsection (1); and 
(b)	the regulator or securities regulatory authority has not before, or 
concurrently with, the issuance of the receipt sent notice to the 
person or company that sought the exemption, that the exemption 
sought may not be evidenced in the manner set out in subsection 
(1)..
19.	Form 81-101F1 Contents of Simplified Prospectus is amended
(a)	in Item 3 of Part A by:
(i)	replacing the third bullet under section 3.1 with the following:
*	Additional information about the Fund is available in the 
following documents:
	the Annual Information Form;
	the most recently filed Fund Facts;
	the most recently filed annual financial statements;
	any interim financial statements filed after those 
annual financial statements;
	the most recently filed annual management report of 
fund performance;
	any interim management report of fund performance 
filed after that annual management report of fund 
performance.
These documents are incorporated by reference into this 
Simplified Prospectus, which means that they legally form part of 
this document just as if they were printed as a part of this 
document. You can get a copy of these documents, at your 
request, and at no cost, by calling [toll-free/collect] [insert the 
toll-free telephone number or telephone number where collect 
calls are accepted, as required by section 3.4 of the Instrument], 
or from your dealer.; and
(ii)	replacing the third bullet under section 3.2 with the following:
*	Additional information about each Fund is available in the 
following documents:
	the Annual Information Form;
	the most recently filed Fund Facts;
	the most recently filed annual financial statements;
	any interim financial statements filed after those 
annual financial statements;
	the most recently filed annual management report of 
fund performance;
	any interim management report of fund performance 
filed after that annual management report of fund 
performance.
These documents are incorporated by reference into this 
document, which means that they legally form part of this 
document just as if they were printed as a part of this document. 
You can get a copy of these documents, at your request, and at no 
cost, by calling [toll-free/collect] [insert the toll-free telephone 
number or telephone number where collect calls are accepted, as 
required by section 3.4 of the Instrument], or from your dealer..
(b)	in Item 14 of Part A by:
(i)	replacing the first bullet under subsection 14(2) with the 
following:
*	Additional information about the Fund[s] is available in the 
Fund['s/s'] Annual Information Form, Fund Facts, 
management reports of fund performance and financial 
statements. These documents are incorporated by reference 
into this Simplified Prospectus, which means that they 
legally form part of this document just as if they were 
printed as a part of this document.; and
(ii)	replacing subsection 14(3) with the following:
(3)	For a multiple SP in which the Part A section is bound 
separately from the Part B sections, state, in substantially 
the following words:
A complete simplified prospectus for the mutual funds 
listed on this cover consists of this document and any 
additional disclosure document that provides specific 
information about the mutual funds in which you are 
investing.  This document provides general information 
applicable to all of the [name of mutual fund family] funds.  
When you request a simplified prospectus, you must be 
provided with the additional disclosure document..
(c)	in Part B by adding the following after Item 9:
Item 9.1:	Investment Risk Classification Methodology
(1)	Briefly describe the methodology used by the manager for the 
purpose of identifying the investment risk level of the mutual fund as 
required by Item 5(2) in Part I of 81-101F3.
(2)	State how frequently the investment risk level of the mutual fund 
is reviewed.
(3)	Disclose that the methodology that the manager uses to identify 
the investment risk level of the mutual fund is available on request, at no 
cost, by calling [toll-free/collect call telephone number] or by writing to 
[address].
INSTRUCTION:
Include a brief description of the formulas, methods or criteria used by 
the manager of the mutual fund in identifying the investment risk level of 
the mutual fund..
(d)	in Item 10 of Part B by:
(i)	replacing Instruction (1) with the following:
(1)	In responding to the disclosure required by this Item, 
indicate the level of investor risk tolerance that would be 
appropriate for investment in the mutual fund.; and
(ii)	by adding the following after Instruction (1):
(1.1)	Briefly describe how the manager has determined the level 
of investor risk tolerance that would be appropriate for 
investment in the mutual fund..
20.	Form 81-101F2 Contents of Annual Information Form is amended by:
(a)	in Item 19 by replacing subsection 19(1) with the following:
(1)	Include a certificate of the mutual fund that states:
(a)	for a simplified prospectus and annual information form,
"This annual information form, together with the simplified 
prospectus and the documents incorporated by reference into the 
simplified prospectus, constitute full, true and plain disclosure of 
all material facts relating to the securities offered by the 
simplified prospectus, as required by the securities legislation of 
[insert the jurisdictions in which qualified] and do not contain any 
misrepresentations." 
(b)	for an amendment to a simplified prospectus or annual 
information form that does not restate the simplified prospectus or 
annual information form,
"This amendment no. [specify amendment number and date], 
together with the [amended and restated] annual information form 
dated [specify], [amending and restating the annual information 
form dated [specify],] [as amended by (specify prior amendments 
and dates)] and the [amended and restated] simplified prospectus 
dated [specify], [amending and restating the simplified prospectus 
dated [specify],] [as amended by (specify prior amendments and 
dates)] and the documents incorporated by reference into the 
[amended and restated] simplified prospectus, [as amended,] 
constitute full, true and plain disclosure of all material facts 
relating to the securities offered by the [amended and restated] 
simplified prospectus, [as amended,] as required by the securities 
legislation of [insert the jurisdictions in which qualified] and do 
not contain any misrepresentations.", and
(c)	for an amendment that amends and restates a simplified 
prospectus or annual information form,
"This amended and restated annual information form dated 
[specify], amending and restating the annual information form 
dated [specify] [,as amended by (specify prior amendments and 
dates)], together with the [amended and restated] simplified 
prospectus dated [specify] [, amending and restating the 
simplified prospectus dated [specify]] [,as amended by (specify 
prior amendments and dates)] and the documents incorporated by 
reference into the [amended and restated] simplified prospectus, 
[as amended,] constitute full, true and plain disclosure of all 
material facts relating to the securities offered by the [amended 
and restated] simplified prospectus, [as amended,] as required by 
the securities legislation of [insert the jurisdictions in which 
qualified] and do not contain any misrepresentations.".
(b)	in Item 22 by replacing the portion of subsection 22(1) before the 
Instruction with the following:
(1)	Include a certificate of the principal distributor of the mutual fund 
that states:
"To the best of our knowledge, information and belief, this annual 
information form, the financial statements of the fund [specify] for the 
financial period ended [specify] and the auditors' report on those 
financial statements, together with the simplified prospectus and the 
fund facts document dated [specify], constitute full, true and plain 
disclosure of all material facts relating to the securities offered by the 
simplified prospectus and do not contain any misrepresentation."; and
(c)	in Item 24 by replacing the first bullet under subsection 24(2) with the 
following:
*	Additional information about the Fund[s] is available in the 
Fund['s/s'] Fund Facts, management reports of fund performance 
and financial statements..
21.	The following form is added after Form 81-101F2 Contents of Annual 
Information Form:
        National Instrument 81-101
        Mutual Fund Prospectus Disclosure
        Form 81-101F3
        Contents of Fund Facts Document
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS:
General
(1)	This Form describes the disclosure required in a fund facts document for 
a mutual fund. Each Item of this Form outlines disclosure requirements. 
Instructions to help you provide this disclosure are in italic type.
(2)	Terms defined in National Instrument 81-101 Mutual Fund Prospectus 
Disclosure, National Instrument 81-102 Mutual Funds, National Instrument 
81-105 Mutual Fund Sales Practices or National Instrument 81-106 Investment 
Fund Continuous Disclosure and used in this Form have the meanings that 
they have in those national instruments.
(3)	A fund facts document must state the required information concisely and 
in plain language.
(4)	Respond as simply and directly as is reasonably possible. Include only 
the information necessary for a reasonable investor to understand the 
fundamental and particular characteristics of the mutual fund.
(5)	National Instrument 81-101 Mutual Fund Prospectus Disclosure 
requires the fund facts document to be presented in a format that assists in 
readability and comprehension. This Form does not mandate the use of a 
specific format or template to achieve these goals. However, mutual funds must 
use, as appropriate, tables, captions, bullet points or other organizational 
techniques that assist in presenting the required disclosure clearly and 
concisely. 
(6)	This Form does not mandate the use of a specific font size or style but 
the font must be legible. Where the fund facts document is made available 
online, information must be presented in a way that enables it to be printed in a 
readable format.
(7)	A fund facts document can be produced in colour or in black and white, 
and in portrait or landscape orientation.
(8)	A fund facts document must contain only the information that is 
specifically mandated or permitted by this Form. In addition, each Item must 
be presented in the order and under the heading or sub-heading stipulated in 
this Form. 
(9)	A fund facts document must not contain design elements (e.g., graphics, 
photos, artwork) that detract from the information disclosed in the document. 
Contents of a Fund Facts Document 
(10)	A fund facts document must disclose information about only one class or 
series of securities of a mutual fund. Mutual funds that have more than one 
class or series that are referable to the same portfolio of assets must prepare a 
separate fund facts document for each class or series. 
(11)	The fund facts document must be prepared on letter-size paper and must 
consist of two Parts: Part I and Part II. 
(12)	The fund facts document must begin with the responses to the Items in 
Part I of this Form.
(13)	Part I must be followed by the responses to the Items in Part II of this 
Form.
(14)	Each of Part I and Part II must not exceed one page in length, unless the 
required information in any section causes the disclosure to exceed this limit. 
Where this is the case, a fund facts document must not exceed a total of four 
pages in length.
(15)	A mutual fund must not attach or bind other documents to a fund facts 
document, except those documents permitted under section 5.4 of National 
Instrument 81-101 Mutual Fund Prospectus Disclosure. 
Consolidation of Fund Facts Document into a Multiple Fund Facts Document 
(16)	Fund facts documents must not be consolidated with each other to form 
a multiple fund facts document, except as permitted by section 5.4 of National 
Instrument 81-101 Mutual Fund Prospectus Disclosure. When a multiple fund 
facts document is permitted under the Instrument, a mutual fund must provide 
information about each of the mutual funds described in the document on a 
fund-by-fund or catalogue basis and must set out for each mutual fund 
separately the information required by this Form. Each fund facts document 
must start on a new page.
Multi-Class Mutual Funds 
(17)	As provided in National Instrument 81-102 Mutual Funds, a section, 
part, class or series of a class of securities of a mutual fund that is referable to 
a separate portfolio of assets is considered to be a separate mutual fund. Those 
principles apply to National Instrument 81-101 Mutual Fund Prospectus 
Disclosure and this Form.


PART I	INFORMATION ABOUT THE FUND
Item 1:	Introduction 
Include at the top of the first page a heading consisting of:
(a)	the title "Fund Facts";
(b)	the name of the manager of the mutual fund;
(c)	the name of the mutual fund to which the fund facts document pertains 
and, if the mutual fund has more than one class or series of securities, 
the name of the class or series described in the fund facts document;
(d)	the date of the document; and
(e)	a brief introduction to the document using wording similar to the 
following:
This document contains key information you should know about [insert 
name of the mutual fund]. You can find more detailed information in the 
fund's simplified prospectus. Ask your adviser for a copy, contact [insert 
name of the manager of the mutual fund] at [insert if applicable the toll-
free number and e-mail address of the manager of the mutual fund] [if 
applicable] or visit [insert the website of the mutual fund, the mutual 
fund's family or the manager of the mutual fund] [as applicable].
INSTRUCTION:
The date for a fund facts document that is filed with a preliminary simplified 
prospectus or simplified prospectus must be the date of the certificate 
contained in the related annual information form. The date for a fund facts 
document that is filed with a pro forma simplified prospectus must be the date 
of the anticipated simplified prospectus. The date for an amended fund facts 
document must be the date of the certificate contained in the related amended 
annual information form.
Item 2:	Quick Facts 
Under the heading "Quick Facts", include disclosure in the form of the 
following table:
Date fund created: (see instruction 1)
Portfolio manager: (see instruction 4)
Total value on [date]: (see instruction 2)
Distributions: (see instruction 5)
Management expense ratio (MER): (see 
instruction 3)
Minimum investment: (see instruction 6)
INSTRUCTIONS:
(1)	Use the date that the securities of the class or series of the mutual fund 
described in the fund facts document first became available to the public.
(2)	Specify the net asset value of the mutual fund as at a date within 30 days 
before the date of the fund facts document. The amount disclosed must take into 
consideration all classes or series that are referable to the same portfolio of 
assets. For a newly established mutual fund, simply state that this information 
is not available because it is a new mutual fund. 
(3)	Use the management expense ratio (MER) disclosed in the most recently 
filed management report of fund performance (MRFP) for the mutual fund. The 
MER must be net of fee waivers or absorptions and, despite section 15.1(2) of 
National Instrument 81-106 Investment Fund Continuous Disclosure, need not 
include any additional disclosure about the waivers or absorptions. For a 
newly established mutual fund that has not yet filed a management report of 
fund performance, state that the MER is not available because it is a new 
mutual fund.
(4)	Specify the name of the company or companies providing portfolio 
management services to the mutual fund. The mutual fund may also include the 
name of the specific individual(s) responsible for portfolio selection.
(5)	Include disclosure under this element of the "Quick Facts" only if 
distributions are a fundamental feature of the mutual fund. Disclose the 
expected frequency and timing of distributions. If there is a targeted amount 
for distributions, the mutual fund may include this information. 
(6)	Specify both the minimum amount for an initial investment and for each 
additional investment. This can include minimum amounts for pre-authorized 
contribution plans. 
Item 3:	Investments of the Fund 
(1)	Briefly set out under the heading "What does the fund invest in?" a 
description of the fundamental nature of the mutual fund, or the fundamental 
features of the mutual fund that distinguish it from other mutual funds.
(2)	For an index mutual fund,
(a)	disclose the name or names of the permitted index or permitted 
indices on which the investments of the index mutual fund are based, 
and
(b)	briefly describe the nature of that permitted index or those 
permitted indices.
(3)	Include an introduction to the information provided in response to 
subsection (4) and subsection (5) using wording similar to the following:
The charts below give you a snapshot of the fund's investments on 
[insert date]. The fund's investments will change. 
(4)	Include under the sub-heading "Top 10 investments [date]" a table 
disclosing:
(a)	the top 10 positions held by the mutual fund; 
(b)	the total number of positions; and 
(c)	the percentage of net asset value of the mutual fund represented 
by the top 10 positions.
(5)	Under the sub-heading "Investment mix [date]" include at least one, and 
up to two, charts or tables that illustrate the investment mix of the mutual 
fund's investment portfolio.
INSTRUCTIONS:
(1)	Include in the information under "What does this fund invest in?" a 
description of what the mutual fund primarily invests in, or intends to primarily 
invest in, or that its name implies that it will primarily invest in, such as
(a)	particular types of issuers, such as foreign issuers, small 
capitalization issuers or issuers located in emerging market countries;
(b)	particular geographic locations or industry segments; or
(c)	portfolio assets other than securities.
(2)	Include a particular investment strategy only if it is an essential aspect 
of the mutual fund, as evidenced by the name of the mutual fund or the manner 
in which the mutual fund is marketed.
(3)	If a mutual fund's stated objective is to invest primarily in Canadian 
securities, specify the maximum exposure to investments in foreign markets.
(4)	The information under "Top 10 investments" and "Investment mix" is 
intended to give a snapshot of the composition of the mutual fund's investment 
portfolio. The information required to be disclosed under these sub-headings 
must be as at a date within 30 days before the date of the fund facts document. 
The date shown must be the same as the one used in Item 2 for the total value 
of the mutual fund.
(5)	If the mutual fund owns more than one class of securities of an issuer, 
those classes should be aggregated for the purposes of this Item, however, debt 
and equity securities of an issuer must not be aggregated.
(6)	Portfolio assets other than securities should be aggregated if they have 
substantially similar investment risks and profiles. For instance, gold 
certificates should be aggregated, even if they are issued by different financial 
institutions.
(7)	Treat cash and cash equivalents as one separate discrete category.
(8)	In determining its holdings for purposes of the disclosure required by 
this Item, a mutual fund must, for each long position in a derivative that is held 
by the mutual fund for purposes other than hedging and for each index 
participation unit held by the mutual fund, consider that it holds directly the 
underlying interest of that derivative or its proportionate share of the securities 
held by the issuer of the index participation unit.
(9)	If a mutual fund invests substantially all of its assets directly or 
indirectly (through the use of derivatives) in securities of one other mutual 
fund, list the 10 largest holdings of the other mutual fund and show the 
percentage of the other mutual fund's net asset value represented by the top 10 
positions. If the mutual fund is not able to disclose this information as at a date 
within 30 days before the date of the fund facts document, the mutual fund must 
include this information as disclosed by the other mutual fund in the other 
mutual fund's most recently filed fund facts document, or its most recently filed 
management report of fund performance, whichever is most recent. 
(10)	Indicate whether any of the mutual fund's top 10 positions are short 
positions.
(11)	Each investment mix chart or table must show a breakdown of the 
mutual fund's investment portfolio into appropriate subgroups and the 
percentage of the aggregate net asset value of the mutual fund constituted by 
each subgroup. The names of the subgroups are not prescribed and can 
include security type, industry segment or geographic location. The mutual 
fund should use the most appropriate categories given the nature of the mutual 
fund. The choices made must be consistent with disclosure provided under 
"Summary of Investment Portfolio" in the mutual fund's MRFP. 
(12)	In presenting the investment mix of the mutual fund, consider the most 
effective way of conveying the information to investors. All tables or charts 
must be clear and legible. 
(13)	For new mutual funds where the information required to be disclosed 
under "Top 10 investments" and "Investment mix" is not available, include the 
required sub-headings and provide a brief statement explaining why the 
required information is not available.
Item 4:	Past Performance
(1)	Under the heading "How has the fund performed?" include an 
introduction using wording similar to the following:
This section tells you how the fund has performed over the past [insert 
the lesser of 10 years or the number of completed calendar years] years. 
Returns are after expenses have been deducted. These expenses reduce 
the fund's returns.
It's important to note that this doesn't tell you how the fund will perform 
in the future. Also, your actual after-tax return will depend on your 
personal tax situation.
(2)	Under the sub-heading "Average return" show
(a)	the final value, of a hypothetical $1,000 investment in the mutual 
fund as at the end of the period that ends within 30 days before the date 
of the fund facts document and consists of the lesser of
(i)	10 years, or
(ii)	the time since inception of the mutual fund;
and
(b)	the annual compounded rate of return that would equate the initial 
$1,000 investment to the final value.
(3)	Under the sub-heading "Year-by-year returns" provide a bar chart that 
shows the annual total return of the mutual fund, in chronological order with 
the most recent year on the right of the bar chart, for the lesser of
(a)	each of the 10 most recently completed calendar years; and
(b)	each of the completed calendar years in which the mutual fund 
has been in existence and which the mutual fund was a reporting issuer. 
(4)	Provide an introduction to the bar chart indicating
(a)	that the bar chart shows the mutual fund's annual performance for 
each of the years shown; and
(b)	for the particular years shown, the number of years in which the 
value of the mutual fund dropped.
INSTRUCTIONS
(1)	In responding to the requirements of this Item, a mutual fund must 
comply with the relevant sections of Part 15 of  National Instrument 81-102 
Mutual Funds as if those sections applied to a fund facts document.
(2)	Use a linear scale for each axis of the bar chart required by this Item.
(3)	The x-axis and y-axis for the bar chart required by this Item must 
intersect at 0. 
(4)	A mutual fund that distributes different classes or series of securities 
that are referable to the same portfolio of assets must only show performance 
data related to the specific class or series of securities being described in the 
fund facts document.
(5)	 If the information required to be disclosed under this Item for "Average 
return" and "Year-by-year returns" is not reasonably available, include the 
required sub-headings and provide a brief statement explaining why the 
required information is not available. Information under "Average return" will 
generally not be available for a mutual fund that has been distributing 
securities under a simplified prospectus for less than 12 consecutive months. 
Information under "Year-by-year returns" will generally not be available for a 
mutual fund that has been distributing securities under a simplified prospectus 
for less than one calendar year.
(6)	The dollar amount shown under "Average return" may be rounded up to 
the nearest dollar.
(7)	The percentage amounts shown under "Average return" and "Year-by-
year returns" may be rounded up to the nearest decimal place.
Item 5:	Risks
(1)	Under the heading "How risky is it?" provide an introduction using 
wording similar to the following:
When you invest in a fund, the value of your investment can go down as 
well as up. [Insert name of the manager of the mutual fund] has rated 
this fund's risk as [insert rating on the scale in Item 5(2)].
For a description of the specific risks of this fund, see the fund's 
simplified prospectus.  
(2)	Using the investment risk classification methodology adopted by the 
manager, identify the mutual fund's investment risk level on the following 
scale:
Low
Low to Medium
Medium
Medium to High
High
INSTRUCTIONS:
(1)	Based upon the investment risk classification methodology adopted by 
the manager of the mutual fund, identify where the mutual fund fits on the 
continuum of investment risk levels by showing the full investment risk scale set 
out in Item 5(2) and highlighting the applicable category on the scale.
(2)	Where the mutual fund is a newly established mutual fund and it is not 
possible for the manager of the mutual fund to apply its investment risk 
classification methodology to the mutual fund, include a statement explaining 
that it is a new mutual fund and use the chart to indicate the investment risk 
level that the manager of the mutual fund would expect for the mutual fund.


Item 6:	Guarantee
(1)	Under the heading "Are there any guarantees?", if the mutual fund has 
an insurance or guarantee feature protecting all or some of the principal amount 
of an investment in the mutual fund:
(a)	identify the person or company providing the guarantee or 
insurance;
(b)	provide a brief description of the material terms of the guarantee 
or insurance, including the maturity date of the guarantee or insurance.
(2)	If the mutual fund does not have any guarantee or insurance, state in 
wording similar to the following:
Like most mutual funds, this fund doesn't have any guarantees. You 
may not get back the money you invest.
INSTRUCTION:
If applicable, state that the guarantee or insurance does not apply to the 
amount of any redemptions before the maturity date of the guarantee or before 
the death of the securityholder and that redemptions before that date would be 
based on the net asset value of the mutual fund at the time.
Item 7:	Suitability 
(1)	Provide a brief statement of the suitability of the mutual fund for 
particular investors under the heading "Who is this fund for?". Describe the 
characteristics of the investor for whom the mutual fund may or may not be an 
appropriate investment, and the portfolios for which the mutual fund is and is 
not suited.
(2)	State in bold font in wording similar to the following:
Before you invest in any fund, you should consider how it would work with 
your other investments and your tolerance for risk.
INSTRUCTION:
If the mutual fund is particularly unsuitable for certain types of investors or for 
certain types of investment portfolios, emphasize this aspect of the mutual fund. 
Disclose both the types of investors who should not invest in the mutual fund, 
with regard to investments on both a short- and long-term basis, and the types 
of portfolios that should not invest in the mutual fund. If the mutual fund is 
particularly suitable for investors who have particular investment objectives, 
this can also be disclosed.
Item 8:	Impact of Income Taxes on Investor Returns
Under the heading "A word about tax" provide a brief explanation of the 
income tax consequences for investors using wording similar to the following:
In general, you'll have to pay income tax on any money you make on a 
fund. How much you pay depends on the tax laws where you live and 
whether or not you hold the fund in a registered plan such as a 
Registered Retirement Savings Plan, or a Tax-Free Savings Account.
Keep in mind that if you hold your fund in a non-registered account, 
fund distributions are included in your taxable income, whether you get 
them in cash or have them reinvested.
PART II	COSTS, RIGHTS AND OTHER INFORMATION 
Item 1:	Costs of Buying, Owning and Selling the Fund
1.1	Introduction
(1)	Under the heading "How much does it cost?", state using wording 
similar to the following:
The following tables show the fees and expenses you could pay to buy, 
own and sell [name of the class or series of securities covered in the 
fund facts document] [units/shares] of the fund.
(2)	If applicable, state that
*	the mutual fund has other classes or series of securities;
*	the fees and expenses for each class or series of securities of the 
mutual fund are different; and
*	the investor should ask about other classes or series of securities 
that may be suitable for the investor.
1.2	Illustrations of Different Sales Charge Options
(1)	For a mutual fund with multiple sales charge options, include an 
introduction under the sub-heading "Sales charges" using wording similar to 
the following:
You have to choose a sales charge option when you buy the fund. Ask 
about the pros and cons of each option.
(2)	Provide information about the sales charges payable by an investor 
under the available sales charge options in the form of the following table:
Sales charge option

        What you pay

How it works


  in per cent (%)
   in dollars ($)

(see instruction 1)
(see instruction 2)
(see instruction 3)
(see instruction 4)

(3)	If the mutual fund has only one sales charge option, replace the 
introductory statement required in paragraph (1) above with a statement 
highlighting the sales charge option applicable to the mutual fund. 
(4)	If the mutual fund does not have any sales charges, replace the 
introductory statement and the table required in paragraph (1) and paragraph 
(2) above with a general statement explaining that no sales charges apply. 
INSTRUCTIONS:
(1)	The mutual fund must disclose all sales charge options (e.g., initial sales 
charge, deferred sales charge) that apply to the class or series being described 
in the fund facts document. It is not necessary to disclose sales charge options 
that do not apply to the series or class to which the fund facts document 
relates. 
(2)	Specify each sales charge option as a percentage. For an initial sales 
charge, include a range for the amount that can be charged, if applicable. For 
a deferred sales charge, provide the full sales charge schedule.
(3)	Specify each sales charge option in dollar terms. For an initial sales 
charge, include a range for the amount that can be charged on every $1,000 
investment, if applicable. For a deferred sales charge, include a range for the 
amount that can be charged on every $1,000 redemption.
(4)	Provide a brief overview of the key elements of how each sales charge 
option works including:
*	whether the amount payable is negotiable;
*	whether the amount payable is deducted from the amount paid at 
the time of purchase or from the amount received at the time of 
sale;
*	who pays and who receives the amount payable under each sales 
charge option.
In the case of a deferred sales charge, the disclosure must also briefly state:
*	any amount payable as an upfront sales commission; 
*	who pays and who receives the amount payable as the upfront 
sales commission;
*	any free redemption amount and key details about how it works; 
*	whether switches can be made without incurring a sales charge; 
and
*	how the amount paid by an investor at the time of a redemption of 
securities is calculated, for example, whether it is based on the 
net asset value of those securities at the time of redemption or 
another time.
1.3	Fund expenses
(1)	Under the sub-heading "Fund expenses" include an introduction using 
wording similar to the following:
You don't pay these expenses directly. They affect you because they 
reduce the fund's returns.
(2)	Unless the mutual fund has not yet filed a management report of fund 
performance, provide information about the expenses of the mutual fund in the 
form of the following table:

Annual rate  
(as a % of the fund's value)
Management expense ratio (MER)
This is the total of the fund's 
management fee and operating 
expenses. (see instruction 1) 
(see instruction 2)
Trading expense ratio (TER)
These are the fund's trading costs.
(see instruction 3)
Fund expenses
(see instruction 4)
(3)	Unless the mutual fund has not yet filed a management report of fund 
performance, above the table required under subsection (2), include a statement 
using wording similar to the following:
As of [see instruction 5], the fund's expenses were [insert amount 
included in table required under subsection (2)]% of its value. This 
equals $[see instruction 6] for every $1,000 invested.
(4)	For a mutual fund that has not yet filed a management report of fund 
performance, include wording similar to the following:
The fund's expenses are made up of the management fee, operating 
expenses and trading costs. The fund's annual management fee is [see 
instruction 7]% of the fund's value.  Because this fund is new, its 
operating expenses and trading costs are not yet available.
(5)	If the mutual fund pays an incentive fee that is determined by the 
performance of the mutual fund, provide a brief statement disclosing the 
amount of the fee and the circumstances where the mutual fund will pay it. 
(6)	If the manager of the mutual fund or another member of the mutual 
fund's organization pays trailing commissions, include a brief description of 
these commissions under the sub-heading "Trailing commission". 
(7)	The description of trailing commissions must include a statement in 
substantially the following words:
The trailing commission is paid out of the management fee. The trailing 
commission is paid for as long as you own the fund. 
INSTRUCTIONS:	
(1)	If any fees or expenses otherwise payable by the mutual fund were 
waived or otherwise absorbed by a member of the organization of the mutual 
fund, despite section 15.1(2) of National Instrument 81-106 Investment Fund 
Continuous Disclosure, only include a statement in substantially the following 
words:
[Insert name of the manager of the mutual fund] waived some of the 
fund's expenses. If it had not done so, the MER would have been higher.
(2)	Use the same MER that is disclosed in Item 2 of Part I of this Form. 
(3)	Use the trading expense ratio disclosed in the most recently filed 
management report of fund performance (MRFP) for the mutual fund.
(4)	The amount included for fund expenses is the amount arrived at by 
adding the MER and the trading expense ratio.Use a bold font or other 
formatting to indicate that fund expenses is the total of all ongoing expenses set 
out in the chart and is not a separate expense charged to the fund.
(5)	Insert the date of the most recently filed management report of fund 
performance.
(6)	Insert the equivalent dollar amount of the ongoing expenses of the fund 
for each $1,000 investment.
(7)	The percentage disclosed for the management fee must correspond to 
the percentage shown in the fee table in the simplified prospectus.
(8)	The description of trailing commissions must briefly and concisely 
explain the purpose of the commission, how the commissions are paid and the 
range of the rates of the commission for each sales charge option. In addition 
to the percentage amount of the commission, this description must also set out 
the equivalent dollar amount for each $1,000 investment.
1.4	Other Fees
(1)	Under the sub-heading "Other fees" provide an introduction using 
wording similar to the following:
You may have to pay other fees when you sell or switch [units/shares] of 
the fund.
(2)	Provide information about the amount of fees, other than sales charges, 
payable by an investor when they sell or switch units or shares of the mutual 
fund, substantially in the form of the following table:
Fee

What you pay
(see instruction 1)
(see instruction 2) 
INSTRUCTIONS:
(1)	Under this Item, it is only necessary to include fees that apply to the 
particular series or class of the mutual fund. Examples include short-term 
trading fee, switch fee and change fee. If there are no other fees associated 
with selling or switching units or shares of the mutual fund, replace the table 
with a statement to this effect.
(2)	Provide a brief description of each fee disclosing the amount to be paid 
as a percentage (or, if applicable, a fixed dollar amount) and state who 
charges the fee. 
Item 2:	Statement of Rights
Under the heading "What if I change my mind?" state in substantially the 
following words:
Under securities law in some provinces and territories, you have the 
right to:
*	withdraw from an agreement to buy mutual fund units within two 
business days after you receive a simplified prospectus, or
*	cancel your purchase within 48 hours after you receive 
confirmation of the purchase.
In some provinces and territories, you also have the right to cancel a 
purchase, or in some jurisdictions, claim damages, if the simplified 
prospectus, annual information form or financial statements contain a 
misrepresentation. You must act within the time limit set by the 
securities law in your province or territory.
For more information, see the securities law of your province or territory 
or ask a lawyer.  
Item 3:	More Information About the Fund
(1)	Under the heading "For more information" state in substantially the 
following words:
Contact [insert name of the manager of the mutual fund] or your adviser 
for the fund's simplified prospectus and other disclosure documents. 
These documents and the Fund Facts make up the fund's legal 
documents.
(2)	State the name, address and toll-free telephone number of the manager 
of the mutual fund. If applicable, also state the e-mail address and website of 
the manager of the mutual fund.
22.	Transition
(1)	A mutual fund must, on or before July 8, 2011, file a fund facts 
document for each class or series of securities of the mutual fund that, 
on that date, are the subject of disclosure under a simplified 
prospectus. 
(2)	Subsection (1) does not apply in respect of a class or series of 
securities of a mutual fund for which a fund facts document was, on 
or before July 8, 2011, filed under section 2.1.
(3)	The date of a fund facts document filed under subsection (1) must be 
the date on which it was filed.
(4)	Until April 8, 2011,
(a)	the requirement to file a fund facts document under 
subparagraph 2.1(1)(a)(ii), (b)(ii), (c)(ii), (d)(ii) or (iii) of 
National Instrument 81-101 Mutual Fund Prospectus 
Disclosure does not apply to a mutual fund, and
(b)	section 2.3 applies to a mutual fund except to the extent that 
section imposes requirements relating to a fund facts document.
23.	This Instrument comes into force on January 1, 2011.
NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 81-102 MUTUAL FUNDS
AMENDING INSTRUMENT
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on September 8, 2010 pursuant 
to sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
Amendments to National Instrument 81-102 Mutual Funds
1.	National Instrument 81-102 Mutual Funds is amended by this Instrument.
2.	Section 1.1 is amended by adding the following after paragraph (b)2 in the 
definition of "sales communication": 
2.1.	A fund facts document or preliminary or pro forma fund facts document.
3.	Section 3.3 is amended by adding "preliminary fund facts document" after 
"preliminary annual information form,", by replacing "or" with "," after 
"initial simplified prospectus" and by adding "or fund facts document" after 
"annual information form".
4.	Section 5.6 is amended by
a.	replacing subparagraph (1)(f)(ii) with the following:
(ii)	the current simplified prospectus or the most recently filed fund 
facts document;
b.	replacing subparagraph (1)(f)(iii) with the following:
(iii)	a statement that securityholders may obtain, in respect of the 
reorganized mutual fund, at no cost a simplified prospectus, an 
annual information form, the most recently filed fund facts 
document, the most recent annual and interim financial 
statements, and the most recent management report of fund 
performance that have been made public, by contacting the 
reorganized mutual fund at an address or telephone number 
specified in the statement, or by accessing the documents at a 
website address specified in the statement;.
5.	Section 5.7 is amended by replacing paragraph (1)(d) with the following:
(d)	if the application relates to a matter that would constitute a material 
change for the mutual fund, a draft amendment to the simplified 
prospectus and, if applicable, to the fund facts document of the mutual 
fund reflecting the change; and
6.	Section 15.2 is amended by 
a.	replacing paragraph (1)(b) with the following:
(b)	include a statement that conflicts with information that is contained in 
the preliminary simplified prospectus, the preliminary annual 
information form, the preliminary fund facts document, the simplified 
prospectus, the annual information form or the fund facts document
(i)	of a mutual fund, or
(ii)	in which an asset allocation service is described..
7.	This Instrument comes into force on January 1, 2011.
NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 81-106 INVESTMENT FUND CONTINUOUS 
DISCLOSURE
AMENDING INSTRUMENT
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on September 8, 2010 pursuant 
to sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
Amendments to National Instrument 81-106 Investment Fund Continuous 
Disclosure
1.	National Instrument 81-106 Investment Fund Continuous Disclosure is 
amended by this Instrument.
2.	Section 11.2 is amended by replacing paragraph (1)(d) with the following:
(d)	file an amendment to its prospectus, simplified prospectus or fund facts 
document that discloses the material change in accordance with the 
requirements of securities legislation.
3.	This Instrument comes into force on January 1, 2011.


NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 13-101 SYSTEM FOR ELECTRONIC 
DOCUMENT ANALYSIS AND RETRIEVAL (SEDAR)
AMENDING INSTRUMENT
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on September 8, 2010 pursuant 
to sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
Amendments to National Instrument 13-101 System for Electronic Document 
Analysis and Retrieval (SEDAR)
1.	National Instrument 13-101 System for Electronic Document Analysis and 
Retrieval (SEDAR) is amended by this Instrument.
2.	Appendix A - Mandated Electronic Filings is amended
(a)	in Part I A. by
     (i)	replacing Item 1 with the following:
1.	Preliminary Simplified Prospectus, Annual Information 
Form and Fund Facts;
     (ii)	replacing Item 2 with the following
2.	Pro Forma Simplified Prospectus, Annual information Form 
and Fund Facts;
     (iii)	replacing Item 3 with the following
3.	Final Simplified Prospectus, Annual Information Form and 
Fund Facts; and
     (iv)	adding the following after Item 6
7.	Initial Fund Facts.
3.	This Instrument comes into force on January 1, 2011.
Service Alberta
Vital Statistics
Notice of Change of Personal Name
(Change of Name Act)
July 4, 2011 
Hiebert, Egan Jeremiah to Schmidt, Egan Jeremiah - 68266 
Shea, Brandy Lynn to Shea, Brandi-Lynn - 69093 
Demetroff, Brian Donald to Thiffault, Brian Donald - 69174 
Godin, Chessney Blue to Scholes, Chessney Blue - 69230 
Garcia-Hernandez, Kimberly to Garcia, Kimberly - 69489 
Garcia Hernandez, Kamila to Garcia, Kamila - 69490 
MacDonald, Michael John to Ritchie, Whitecloud Michael - 69512 
Floyd, Andrew J to Barry, Andrew J. - 69514 
Thirty-Two, Grasshopper to Bourne, Christopher Raymond - 69541 
Gray-Van Diest, Dakota Aiiden Reese to Pollon, Dakota Aiiden Reese - 69564 
Patel, Himanshu Mohanb to Patel, Himanshu - 69628 
Hamad, Rawia to Hamad, Roya - 69655 
Tekle Michael, Shalom to Tekle, Shalom Michael - 69661 
Meek, Jason Emile to Turner, Jason Emile - 69718
July 5, 2011 
Cheinag, Choul Awad to Cheinag, Mubarak Awad Chol - 69201 
Morrow, Madison Marie to Hansen, Madison Marie - 69560 
Rafizadeh, Mohammadreza to Raffi, Reza - 69585 
Wilde, Olivia Ann to Johnson, Pamela Opal - 69589 
Barnes, Kyle Alan to Watkiss, Kyle Alan - 69590 
Davis, Avery Mae to Manning, Avery Mae - 69597 
Barton, Ella Abigail to Seymour, Ella Abigail - 69612 
Whitehead, Ivan Peter to Auger, Ivan Peter - 69615 
Bradley, Christina Marie to Randell, Christina Marie - 69618 
Bradley, Natasha Anna to Randell, Natasha Anna - 69620 
Little Plume, Tyson Christian to Tapajna, Tyson Christian Richard - 69644 
Little Plume, Trayven Rita to Tapajna, Trayven Rita Nicole - 69643 
Holmes, Shannon Christie to Oberg, Shannon Christie - 69653 
Klause, Andrew Bradley to Klause-Nicoll, Andrew Bradley - 69675 
Hnatuk, Keisha May Joy to Stoffregen, Keisha May Joy - 69678 
Wakil, Hannah Angelle Horley to Kootnekoff, Hannah Angelle Horley - 69716 
Andrews, Brian Allan to Jasman, Stephen Brian - 69720
July 6, 2011 
Agyby, Maikel Kamal Ezzat to Agyby, Michael Kamal Ezzat - 69271 
Saad, Balgees to Alshaibani, Balqis Saeed Saad - 69287 
Kaloa, Sohan Singh to Kular, Sohan Singh - 69569 
Kaloa, Parkash to Kular, Parkash - 69570 
Boukhoubza, Walid Kheir-Edd to Boukhobza, Walid Kheir-Eddine - 69684 
Boukhoubza, Bourhaneddine A to Boukhobza, Bourhaneddine Afif - 69685 
Boukhoubza, Sarah Afirah to Boukhobza, Sarah Afirah - 69686 
Boukhoubza, Farah Hanan to Boukhobza, Farah Hanan - 69687
July 7, 2011 
Jacobsen, Dale William David to Day, Dale William David - 69035 
Wolf-Jacobsen, Kastle Elizabeth Leanne to Day, Kastle Elizabeth Leanne - 69046 
Harmacy, Matthew Victor to Papineau, Matthew Victor - 69020 
Lakshmi, Usha to Naidu, Usha Lakshmi - 69622 
Naicker, Usha to Naidu, Usha Lakshmi - 69622 
Bell-Lord, Alayah Ann to Lord, Alayah Ann - 69665 
Feleke, Biruktawit Ayel to Wenduante, Senatshaye - 69676 
Wyrostok, Lauren Nichole to Zakaluzny, Lauren Nichole Wyrostok - 69731
July 8, 2011 
Campiou, Jaila Phoenix to Campiou-Letto, Jayla-Jean Myriam Phoenix - 69165 
Campiou, Lexus Lela to Campiou-Letto, Lexus Flora MichŠle Lela - 69166 
LeDrew, Robyn Kelly to Murphy, Robyn Kelly - 69511 
Nugent, Nicholas John to Nugent, Nikita Joan - 69592 
Singbagbee, John to Bakosoro, Levi John - 69593 
Zaorska, Anna Malgorzata to Verrey, Ania Malgorzata - 69606 
Maceyovski, Keith James to Svoboda, Theus Keith - 69629 
Bradley, Charles Brandon Kirkland to Hopkins, Brandon Kirkland - 69630 
Smith, Limane Bracier to Smith, Lehmana Grace Lee - 69632 
Smith, Juliana Bracier to Smith, Juliana Faith Anne - 69633 
Zah, Baby Boy to Kouadio, David Emmanuel - 69641 
Hanne, Alexander Justin to von Gramatzki, Alexander Justin - 69669 
Maik, Keira Alexandra to Potts, Keira Alexandra - 69682 
Battiste, Harley Russell to Gagnon, Harley Russell - 69701 
Kirk, Baby Girl to Kirk, Sonia Ann - 69712 
Luthin, Gertruda Petronella to Luthin, Trudy - 69732 
Stratulat, Terry Lee to White, Terry Lee - 69765 
Gee, Melissa Robin to Jones, Melissa Robin - 69767 
Peng, Hong Yu to Ma, Hong Yu - 69769
July 11, 2011 
Farden, Claude Maurice to Faerden, Claude Maurice - 69308 
Fournel-Proctor, Justin Alexander to Proctor, Justin Alexander - 69495 
Gretener, Skyler Jordon to Gammelseter, Skyler Jordon - 69531 
McCaffrey, Jesse Lee Daniel to Simpson, Jesse Lee Daniel - 69668 
Hossaini, Mohammad Arif to Hossaini, Arif - 69693 
Schuh, Tammy Ann to Schaan, Tammy Ann - 69722 
Wood, Jennifer Eve to Wood, Jenny Eve - 69727 
Augustine, Verhonda Elizabeth to Huston, Belle Elizabeth - 69758 
Talwar, Kaelin Raina to Talwar-Kane, Kaelin Raina - 69781
July 12, 2011 
Breland, Raymond to Breland, Tonno - 69463 
Belmarral, Individual has only one name to Eh, Belmarral - 69776 
Dueky, Bell to Eh, James - 69777 
Ready, Ben to Eh, Ben - 69778 
Pongracz, Gabor to Pongracz, Gabe - 69789 
Guardado, Jose Martin to Guardado, Martin - 69802 
Ahamed, Hamza Abdulrazak to Ahmed, Hamza Abdulrazak - 69804
July 13, 2011 
Whitford, Mabel Marie to Cardinal, Mabel Emily - 69730 
Butler, Lily to Butler, Lily Sateeya - 69749 
Nyluwa, Agala Gur to Okoth, Atoye Otong - 69768 
Thomson, Stephanie Jean to Ziesman, Stephanie Jean - 69771 
Beal, Michael Luke to Russell, Michael Luke - 69779 
Su, Pin Hsuan to Su, Charles - 69786 
Kocot, Dominik to Wandycz, Dominik - 69791 
Oleksow, Deidre Johanna Marjorie to Vanlie, Rea Kesa - 69801 
Landry, Sabrina Rose to Ravndahl, Sabrina Rose - 69819
July 14, 2011 
Morgan, Bolton Maurice to Pouliot, Bolton Maurice - 67823 
Yan, Chong to Yan, Chad - 69363 
Schmidt, Alexander Lawrence to Harrison, Alexander Lawrence - 69478 
Theiss, Brandon Douglas to Bearman, Brandon Douglas - 69500 
Trottier, Zachary James to McLaughlin, Zachary James - 69719 
Hassan, Mohammad Ayaan to Sheeraz, Ayaan - 69751 
Hassan, Eshal to Sheeraz, Eshal - 69752 
Charuk, Darcy Kenneth to Cyr, Darcy - 69770 
Brosh, Katherine Ann to Brosh, Caleb Lance - 69772 
Dryden, Kenneth Douglas to Ellenburgh, Phillip Ashley - 69773 
David, Soloman Blamo to Blamo, Glory Augustine - 69782 
Ahmed, Sakina to Ahmed, Harpreet Kaur - 69800 
Kenny, Lee Ashton to Kenny, Leanne Ashton - 69805
July 15, 2011 
Soloviev, Julia to Cuschieri, Julia - 69143 
Taylor, Patsey Lynn to Taylor, Patricia Lynn - 69313 
Ojo, Osaze Oluwagbem to Ojo, Osaze Samuel - 69707 
Beringer, Saphire McKenzie to Russell, Saphire McKenzie - 69729 
Abida, Individual has only one name to Rehman, Abida - 69764 
Kaddoura, Basil Jed to Kadoura, Basil Jed - 69785 
Ghebrekristos, Almaz to Tekle, Nazret Almaz - 69808 
Masarrat, Muaz to Al-Syed, Muaz Salah - 69813 
Masarrat, Anam Salah to Al-Syed, Anam Salah - 69811 
Masarrat, Maria to Al-Syed, Maria Salah - 69812 
Richardsen, Steven Richard to Oakes, Steven Richard - 69810 
Eisler, Mikayla Marie to Cole, Mikayla Marie - 69822 
Richardsen, Dean Monty to Oakes, Grant Richard - 69829 
Hosseinchi Sarrafi, Sarvin to Sarrafi, Sarvin - 69830 
Hosseinchi Sarrafi, Mir Kavin to Sarrafi, Kevin - 69831 
Lenehan, Samantha Danielle to Trochymchuk, Samantha Danielle - 69839 
Shaykhutdinova, Liya to Shayne, Leah - 69851 
MacDonald-Dyer, Stirling Hugh to Dyer, Stirling Hugh MacDonald - 69858 
Thompson, Wayne Craig to Gartner, Wayne Craig - 69859
July 18, 2011 
Creed, Brandon Xavaier to Creed, Xavier Brandon - 69311 
Flatman, Nataliah Marie to Herr, Nataliah Marie Ann - 69744
July 19, 2011 
Harvey-Hahn, Alexia Louella to Hahn, Alexia Kara - 66855
July 20, 2011 
Pakarno, Corey Tyler Philip to Tyler, Cory - 69662
July 21, 2011 
Vespyansky, Olga to Vespyansky, Olya - 69519 
Lowrie, Jayden August to Keichinger, Jayden August Lowrie - 69552 
Salehi Zadeh Manshadi, Ali Reza to Manshadi, Alireza - 69688 
Zohrehbakhsh Dezfouli, Sholeh to Dezfuli, Sholeh Zohrebakhsh - 69689 
Salehi Zadeh Manshadi, Dario to Manshadi, Dario - 69690 
Story, Cameron Gerald Alfred to Kellerman-Bandet, Cameron Gerald Alfred - 69697 
Smith, Jorja Patricia to Allaway, Jorja Patricia - 69710 
Dupel, Daniel Richard to Hewat, Daniel Richard - 69721 
Clements, Steven Ray to Clements, Ray Michael - 69766 
Rutledge, Brianna Leigh to McManus-Rutledge, Brianna Leigh - 69841 
Nykulaik, Jason Todd to Near, Jason Todd - 69883 
Kaddoura, Jed Mohamed to Kadoura, Jed Mohamed - 69884 
Gagliardi, Michael Anthony to Childs, Michael Anthony - 69888 
Rassell, Ann Kristen to Rassell, Kristen Ann - 69915 
Chacha, Maisori to Chacha, Maisory - 69920
July 22, 2011 
Rapada, Dorothy-Jane to Calupas, Dorothy-Jane - 68017 
Akhtar, Shahnaz to Kahloon, Shahnaz Afzal - 68431 
Afzal, Muhammad to Kahloon, Muhammad Afzal - 68432 
Bedar, Bakht to Kahloon, Bakht Bedar - 68433 
Danish, Ali to Kahloon, Ali Danish - 68435 
Afzal, Amina to Kahloon, Amina Afzal - 68434 
Diaz Tubac Puy, Rosa Elizabeth to Diaz Tubac, Rosa Elizabeth - 69430 
Xiang, Tiago to Fang, Tiago - 69736 
Abera, Sena Senato to Demissie, Sena Senato - 69738 
Blum, Alexander Rene to Besler, Alexander William - 69824 
Dahlgren, Leonora Maala to Dahlgren, Leonora Setarios - 69845 
Baczewska, Dorota to Baczewski, Milana - 69925 
Baczewska, Dorota to Barton, Milana - 69925
July 27, 2011 
Ibrahim, Rafie Mohamed A to Ibrahim, Khalid - 69240 
Abdulmalik, Ibrahim Rafie M to Ibrahim, Ibrahim Khalid - 69241 
Abdulmalik, Mawia to Ibrahim, Mawia Khalid - 69242 
Li, Wen Ji to Li, Kevin Wenji - 69399 
Paterson, Chrystina Joy to Lowe, Chrystina Joy - 69604 
Ridley, Anthony James to Hicks, Anthony James Ridley - 69635 
Deleurme, Caitlyn Marie Edith to Warren, Caitlyn Marie Edith - 69646 
Shehu, Genc to Shehu, Kirk - 69725 
Riley, Kelsi Lynn to House, Kelsi Lynn - 69787 
Oakes, Mark Jakob to Polding, Mark Jakob Cian - 69832 
Safwan, Abrar to Jamal, Safwan Abrar - 69835 
Sababa, Koanath to Jamal, Sababa Koanath - 69834 
Crossman, Joan Margaret to Laine, JoanMargaret - 69863 
Chen, Yi Fu to Chen, Scott Gabriel - 69866 
Huber, Ryley Courtlyn to Bissell, Ryley Courtlyn - 69868 
Rowe, Cash Byron Richard to Ahenakew, Cash Richard - 69870 
Winter, Loki Vernon Ellis to Paquette, Loki Ellis Winter - 69875 
Fuamba, Fuamba Bifuma to Fuamba, Roger Bifuma - 69952
July 28, 2011 
Kaloa, Dalvinder Singh to Kular, Dalvinder Singh - 69566 
Kaloa, Jaswinder to Kular, Jaswinder - 69567 
Kaloa, Anmole to Kular, Anmol Singh - 69571 
Kaloa, Jasmine to Kular, Jasmine Kaur - 69572 
Stang, Dallas Chase to Lovlin, Chase Dallas - 69652 
Ritzmann, Sarah Anne to Swainson, Sarah Anne - 69885 
McWilliam, Margaret Tracy to Lowe, Margaret Tracy - 69887 
Martel, Marion Rae to Martel, Debbie Marian Rae - 69889 
Hyde, Patrick Anthony to Bonanni, Patrick Anthony Hyde - 69891 
Diener, Ava Marie Lynne to Danis, Ava Marie Lynne - 69906 
Hlady, Riley Beau to Larocque-Hlady, Riley Beau - 69910 
Kuczera, Franciszek to Kuczera, Frank - 69924 
Byma-McCallum, Roan Burrett Charlie to Byma, Roan Burrett Charlie - 69927 
Byma-McCallum, Malcolm Edward to Byma, Malcolm Edward - 69928
Solicitor General and Public Security
Designation of Qualified Technician Appointment  
(Intoxilyzer 5000C)
Camrose Police Service 
Bauer, Kelly Grant 
Lofgren, Shawn Edward 
(Date of Designation August 2, 2011)
Canadian Forces Base 
Taylor, Jason James Ronald
(Date of Designation August 2, 2011)
Edmonton Police Service 
Adair, Shane Ellis 
Akers, Nicole Renee  
Benedict, Jeffery James 
Bergen, Joseph 
Chagnon, Daniel Yves Joseph 
Chapman, Nicholas Douglas Robert 
Coates, Joshua Reily 
Dack, Lisa Michelle 
Dowhaniuk, Trevor Jay 
Fedechko, Daniel Glen 
Ho, Han Lin 
Hofstra, Daniel Jeffrey 
Kelly, Timothy Robert 
Kube, Adam Thomas Richard 
Kunce, Cheryl Ann 
Marsh, Kevin Michael 
McClellan, Michael Elliott 
Nicholson, Cheryl Lynn 
Park, Jeffrey John 
Robertson, Ian Corbett 
Rowe, Jesse Michael 
Shimko, Sheri Ann 
Tate, Victoria Louise 
Tolley, Erik Blair 
Wellon, Robert Clifford
 (Date of Designation August 2, 2011)
Lacombe Police Service 
Matthews, Carl James 
Murray, Thomas Steven
(Date of Designation August 2, 2011)
Tourism, Parks and Recreation
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the period April 1, 2011 to June 30, 2011
Date of Function: April 28, 2011 
Name of Function: Meeting with Canadian Soccer Association Delegation 
Purpose: Hosting a site meeting with the CSA delegation for the FIFA 2015 
women's world cup. There were 13 individuals in attendance. 
Cost: $724.13 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Date of Function: May 2-5, 2011 
Name of Function: 2011 Spring Training and Showcase Session 
Purpose: The purpose of this session is to provide training for 200 provincial and 
community visitor information centre travel counselors and contractors. The training 
and information helps the counselors to provide best possible service at information 
centers across Alberta with up-to date product information. 
Cost: $13,032.03 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Date of Function: May 5-7, 2011 
Name of Function: Alberta Future Leader's Training and Orientation Event 
Purpose: This event is for youth workers and arts mentors going into communities 
and dealing with the community contacts they will be working with. Training was 
held for 20 youth workers and art mentors and 3 program coordinators. 
Cost: $2,066.27 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Date of Function: June 15, 2011 
Name of Function: Annual Association Presidents' Meeting for Association 
Members 
Purpose: The Annual Association President's meeting allows the foundation to 
update partners on upcoming activities and policy changes and to solicit feedback on 
foundation and ministry initiatives. 
Cost: $2,731.83 
Location: Calgary, Alberta
Treasury Board
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the period ending June 30, 2011
Function: Scenario Planning Session 
Purpose: A workshop to gather input for selection of preferred growth and 
infrastructure plan in Cold Lake Oil Sands Area (CLOSA). 
Date: May 4, 2011 
Location: Cold Lake, Alberta 
Amount: $704.75
ADVERTISEMENTS
Notice of Certificate of Intent to Dissolve
(Business Corporations Act)
Notice is hereby given that a Certificate of Intent to Dissolve was issued to 1387221 
Alberta Ltd. on August 10, 2011.
Dated at Calgary, Alberta on August 10, 2011.
Michelle Bullas, MSB Law.
_______________
Notice is hereby given that a Certificate of Intent to Dissolve was issued to 534736 
Alberta Ltd. on August 10, 2011.
Dated at Calgary, Alberta on August 10, 2011.
Michelle Bullas, MSB Law.
_______________
Notice is hereby given that a Certificate of Intent to Dissolve was issued to 925193 
Alberta Ltd. on August 10, 2011.
Dated at Calgary, Alberta on August 10, 2011.
Michelle Bullas, MSB Law.
_______________
Notice is hereby given that a Certificate of Intent to Dissolve was issued to 
Landmark Insurance Brokers Ltd. on August 4, 2011.
Dated at Calgary, Alberta on August 4, 2011.
Intact Financial Corporation
Notice of Liquidation
(Business Corporations Act)
910139 ALBERTA LTD.
THE LIQUIDATOR GIVES NOTICE AND DECLARES THAT:
Effective June 20, 2011, MNP Ltd. was appointed as liquidator (the "Liquidator") of 
the assets, undertakings and properties of 910139 Alberta Ltd. (the "Company") 
pursuant to an order (the "Liquidation Order") granted by the Court of Queen's Bench 
of Alberta (the "Court"); however the order was not filed until July 22, 2011.  A copy 
of the Liquidation Order can be found on the Liquidator's website at:
http://www.mnpdebt.ca/en/corporate/corporate-engagements 
BACKGROUND
Established in 2000, the Company was engaged in real estate development in Calgary, 
Alberta.
ASSETS
The Liquidator took possession and control of the Company's assets consisting of 
cash in the approximate amount of $444,000.
The Liquidator has not yet received the Company's books and records.
CREDITORS
A list of the Company's known creditors together with the amounts owed to each 
creditor and the total amount owed by the Company can be found on the Liquidator's 
website.
The following creditors appear to have a registered security interest against the assets, 
property and undertakings of the Company, however the Liquidator has not reviewed 
the security agreements of these creditors:
772210 Alberta Ltd. 
Alberta Treasury Branches
Claims that may rank in priority to the claims of the secured creditors include claims 
of Canada Revenue Agency ("CRA") with respect to unremitted source deductions 
and GST.  The Liquidator has not yet been able to determine if there may be claims 
that rank in priority to the claims of the secured creditors.
SHAREHOLDERS
The following shareholders appear to have an equity interest in the Company:
976043 Alberta Ltd.
-
33.3%
A2Z Enterprises Inc.
-
33.3%
Scott White
-
33.3%
CLAIMS PROCESS
To be entitled to a distribution, all creditors having a claim against the Company, 
whether liquidated, unliquidated, future or otherwise, and all shareholders of the 
Company must lodge with the Liquidator a form of Proof of Claim.  A Proof of 
Claim, available on the Liquidator's website, should be filed with the Liquidator no 
later than October 14, 2011.
OTHER
The contact person for the Liquidator is as follows:
MNP Ltd. 
300, 622 - 5 Avenue SW 
Calgary, AB  T2P 0M6 
Fax: (403) 537-8437
Gord Boersma 
Gord.boersma@mnp.ca 
Tel: (403) 537-8394
Further information with respect to the Liquidation proceedings will be posted to the 
Liquidator's website as it becomes available.  Should creditors not have access to the 
internet, copies of other filed materials may be requested by contacting Gord 
Boersma.
Public Sale of Land
(Municipal Government Act)
Erratum
The following notice published in the July 30, 2011 issue of the Alberta 
Gazette contained errors. It should have read as follows:
Town of Fort Macleod
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Town of Fort Macleod will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Council 
Chambers of the Town office, Fort Macleod, Alberta, on Wednesday, September 21, 
2011, at 10:00 a.m., the following lands:

Title
Lot
Block
Plan
083 081 213
18
399
92B
901 195 292
13
403
92B
9B46
18
307
92B
071 098 660
1
18
7810554
1161247

A
5707HS
881 204 661
11
319
92B
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: A bank draft in the amount of 10% of the bid must accompany each bid.  The 
balance of an accepted bid must be received within twenty working days or the 
deposit will be forfeited and the Town will consider the next bid.
The Town of Fort Macleod may, after the public auction, become the owner of any 
parcel of land not sold at the public auction.
Redemption may be affected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Fort Macleod, Alberta, July 14, 2011.
Gloria Schwindt, Assistant Manager.
______________
Erratum
The following notice published in the August 15, 2011 issue of the Alberta 
Gazette contained errors. It should have read as follows:
Town of Okotoks
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Town of Okotoks will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Big Rock Meeting 
Room, 5 Elizabeth St., Okotoks, Alberta, on Monday, October 17, 2011, at 10:00 
a.m., the following lands:
Plan
Block
Lot
Unit
45631
B
43

9612244
3
71

0413822
26
15

0513523
24
157

0613605
35
3

0411494


167
0411494


84
9112365


3
0110799


1
9210112


216
9210112


101
The parcels will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid and encumbrances to the 
reservations and conditions contained in the existing Certificate of Titles.
The Town of Okotoks 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 Okotoks, Alberta, July 29, 2011.
Louise Wasylenko, Municipal Treasurer.
_______________
Municipal District of Provost No. 52
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Municipal District of Provost No. 52 will offer for sale, by public auction, in the 
Municipal Administration Building at Provost, Alberta, on Thursday, October 13, 
2011, at 10:00 a.m., the following lands:
Pt. Of Sec.
Section
Township
Range
Meridian
S.E.
15
40
8
W4
S.W.
15
40
8
W4
S.E.
16
40
8
W4

Plan
Block
Lot

1688U
1
1 to 6
(Hamlet of Hayter)
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 Municipal District of Provost No. 52 may, after the public auction, become the 
owner of any parcel of land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: CASH or CERTIFIED CHEQUE
The above property may be subject to G.S.T.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Provost, Alberta, August 5, 2011.
Tyler Lawrason, Administrator.
______________
Village of Clive
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Village of Clive will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Council Chambers of 
the Village office (5115 - 50 Street), Clive, Alberta, on Wednesday, November 9, 
2011, at 10:00 a.m., the following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
Title
7
11
RN48
082 117 136 + 1
8
11
RN48
082 117 136
Pt of 3 and 4
16
RN48
822 218 137
These parcels 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 
Clive 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 or conditions of sale will be considered other 
than those specified by the Village of Clive.  No further information is available at the 
auction regarding the lands or buildings to be sold.
Terms: Cash, certified cheque or bank draft in the amount of 10% of the bid must 
accompany each bid.  The balance of an accepted bid must be received within 30 days 
of the date of Public Auction or the deposit will be forfeited and the Village will 
consider the next bid.
The Village of Clive may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel of 
land not sold at the public auction.
Redemption may be affected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at the Village of Clive, Alberta, August 12, 2011.
Karen Kane, Chief Administrative Officer.
______________
Village of Holden
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Village of Holden will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Village Office at 
4810 - 50 Street, Holden, Alberta, on Thursday, October 20, 2011, at 10:30 a.m., the 
following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
Title Number
19-20
9
3940W
072 586 585
21-24
11
3940W
932 117 320
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 Holden may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel 
of land not sold at the public auction.
The lands with or without improvements are being offered for sale on an "as is, where 
is" basis, and the Village of Holden makes no representation and gives no warranty as 
to the adequacy of services, soil conditions, land use districting, building and 
development conditions, absence or presence of environmental contamination, or the 
ability to develop 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.
Terms: Cash, Certified Cheque, or Bank Draft
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Holden, Alberta, August 12, 2011.
Katherine Whiteside, Chief Administrative Officer.







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