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The Alberta Gazette
Part I
Vol. 108	Edmonton, Saturday, June 30, 2012	No. 12
PROCLAMATION
[GREAT SEAL] 
CANADA 
PROVINCE OF ALBERTA	Donald S. Ethell, Lieutenant Governor.
ELIZABETH THE SECOND, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom, 
Canada, and Her Other Realms and Territories, QUEEN, Head of the 
Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith
P R O C L A M A T I O N
To all to Whom these Presents shall come
G R E E T I N G
Denise Perret Acting Deputy Minister of Justice and 
Acting Deputy Attorney General
WHEREAS section 23 of the Traffic Safety Amendment Act, 2011, provides that 
that Act comes into force on Proclamation; and
WHEREAS it is expedient to proclaim the Traffic Safety Amendment Act, 2011, in 
force:
NOW KNOW YE THAT by and with the advice and consent of Our Executive 
Council of Our Province of Alberta, by virtue of the provisions of the said Act 
hereinbefore referred to and of all other power and authority whatsoever in Us vested 
in that behalf, We have ordered and declared and do hereby proclaim the Traffic 
Safety Amendment Act, 2011, in force on June 25, 2012.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF We have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent 
and the Great Seal of Our Province of Alberta to be hereunto affixed.
WITNESS: COLONEL (RETIRED) THE HONOURABLE DONALD S. 
ETHELL, Lieutenant Governor of Our Province of Alberta, in Our City of Edmonton 
in Our Province of Alberta, this 12th day of June in the Year of Our Lord Two 
Thousand Twelve and in the Sixty-first Year of Our Reign.
BY COMMAND	Jonathan Denis, Provincial Secretary.
ORDERS IN COUNCIL
O.C. 176/2012
(Municipal Government Act)
Approved and ordered: 
Donald S. Ethell 
Lieutenant Governor.	May 31, 2012
The Lieutenant Governor in Council orders that
(a)	effective January 1, 2012, the land described in Appendix A and shown on 
the sketch in Appendix B is separated from Brazeau County and annexed to 
the Town of Drayton Valley,
(b)	any taxes owing to Brazeau County at the end of December 31, 2011 in 
respect of the annexed land are transferred to and become payable to the 
Town of Drayton Valley together with any lawful penalties and costs levied 
in respect of those taxes, and the Town of Drayton Valley upon collecting 
those taxes, penalties and costs must pay them to Brazeau County, and
(c)	the assessor for the Town of Drayton Valley must, for the purposes of 
taxation in 2012 and subsequent years, assess the annexed land and the 
assessable improvements to it,
and makes the Order in Appendix C.
Alison Redford, Chair.
APPENDIX A
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE LANDS SEPARATED 
FROM BRAZEAU COUNTY AND ANNEXED TO  
THE TOWN OF DRAYTON VALLEY
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE WEST HALF OF SECTION TWENTY-ONE (21), 
TOWNSHIP FORTY-NINE (49), RANGE SEVEN (7) WEST OF THE FIFTH 
MERIDIAN NOT WITHIN THE TOWN OF DRAYTON VALLEY LYING EAST 
OF THE EAST BOUNDARY OF PLAN 2502JY AND LYING SOUTH OF THE 
SOUTH BOUNDARY OF PLAN 782 1189 AND EXCLUDING PLAN 832 2156.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE EAST HALF OF SECTION TWENTY-ONE (21), 
TOWNSHIP FORTY-NINE (49), RANGE SEVEN (7) WEST OF THE FIFTH 
MERIDIAN NOT WITHIN THE TOWN OF DRAYTON VALLEY LYING SOUTH 
OF THE SOUTH BOUNDARY OF PLAN 772 1918.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE WEST HALF OF SECTION TWENTY-TWO (22), 
TOWNSHIP FORTY-NINE (49), RANGE SEVEN (7) WEST OF THE FIFTH 
MERIDIAN LYING SOUTH OF THE SOUTH BOUNDARY OF PLAN 002 2846 
INCLUDING ALL THAT PORTION OF THE NORTH-SOUTH ROAD 
ALLOWANCE AND ROAD WIDENING ADJACENT TO THE WEST SIDE OF 
SAID HALF SECTION LYING SOUTH OF THE PROJECTION WEST OF THE 
SOUTH BOUNDARY OF PLAN 002 2846.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE EAST HALF OF SECTION TWENTY-TWO (22), 
TOWNSHIP FORTY-NINE (49), RANGE SEVEN (7) WEST OF THE FIFTH 
MERIDIAN LYING SOUTH OF THE SOUTH BOUNDARY OF PLAN 002 2846.
THE NORTH HALF OF SECTION FIFTEEN (15), TOWNSHIP FORTY-NINE 
(49), RANGE SEVEN (7) WEST OF THE FIFTH MERIDIAN.
ALL THAT PORTION OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 
FIFTEEN (15), TOWNSHIP FORTY-NINE (49), RANGE SEVEN (7) WEST OF 
THE FIFTH MERIDIAN LYING NORTH OF THE SOUTH BOUNDARY OF 
PLAN 882 2078, LOT 1 AND EXCLUDING ALL THAT PORTION OF THE 
NORTH-SOUTH ROAD ALLOWANCE LYING SOUTH OF THE PROJECTION 
WEST OF THE SOUTH BOUNDARY PLAN 882 2078, LOT 1 TO THE EAST 
BOUNDARY OF PLAN 2998JY.
PLAN 932 3520.
ALL INTERVENING ROAD ALLOWANCES, ROADS AND HIGHWAY PLANS 
AND INTERSECTIONS.


APPENDIX B
A SKETCH SHOWING THE GENERAL LOCATION OF THE AREAS 
ANNEXED TO THE TOWN OF DRAYTON VALLEY
Legend
?????????????????	Existing Town of Drayton Valley Boundary
 	Annexation Area
APPENDIX C
ORDER
1	In this Order,
(a)	"annexed land" means the land described in Appendix A and shown on the 
sketch in Appendix B;
(b)	"Brazeau County's Land Use Bylaw" means Brazeau County's Land Use 
Bylaw as it stood on November 15, 2010, and does not include any 
subsequent amendment to the bylaw.
2	For the purposes of taxation in 2012 and in each subsequent year up to and 
including 2062, the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it
(a)	must be assessed by the Town of Drayton Valley on the same basis as if 
they had remained in Brazeau County, and
(b)	must be taxed by the Town of Drayton Valley in respect of each assessment 
class that applies to the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it 
using
(i)	the municipal tax rate established by Brazeau County, or 
(ii)	the municipal tax rate established by the Town of Drayton Valley,
whichever is lower.
3	Where, in any taxation year, a portion of the annexed land
(a)	becomes a new parcel of land created as a result of subdivision or separation 
of title by registered plan of subdivision or by instrument or any other 
method that occurs at the request of, or on behalf of, the landowner, except 
for the subdivision of an existing farmstead from a previously unsubdivided 
quarter section,
(b)	ceases to be used as farmland or for any other use that Brazeau County's 
Land Use Bylaw authorizes for the Agriculture District established by the 
Bylaw, or
(c)	ceases to be used for an industrial use that is authorized by Brazeau 
County's Land Use Bylaw and that
(i)	is a non-conforming use, or
(ii)	is authorized by a development permit issued before January 1, 2012,
section 2 ceases to apply at the end of that taxation year in respect of that portion 
of the annexed land and the assessable improvements to it.
4	The Town of Drayton Valley shall pay to Brazeau County the amount of two 
million five hundred and fifty thousand five hundred and fifty-three dollars 
($2,550,553.00) not later than 90 days after the date this Order in Council is 
made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council.
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
Agriculture and Rural Development
Form 15
(Irrigation Districts Act) 
(Section 88)
Notice to Irrigation Secretariat: 
Change of Area of an Irrigation District
On behalf of the St. Mary River Irrigation District, I hereby request that the 
Irrigation Secretariat forward a certified copy of this notice to the Registrar for Land 
Titles for the purposes of registration under section 22 of the Land Titles Act and 
arrange for notice to be published in the Alberta Gazette.
The following parcels of land should be added to the irrigation district and the 
notation added to the certificate of title:
LINC Number
Short Legal Description as shown on title
Title Number
0013 621 347
4;13;10;25;NE
101 040 665+3
0022 705 231
4;12;10;29;SE
931 048 806+1
0022 642 318
4;13;10;24;NE
101 040 665
0022 644 950
4;13;9;36;NW
130W200
I certify the procedures required under part 4 of the Irrigation Districts Act have been 
completed and the area of the St. Mary Irrigation District should be changed 
according to the above list.
Rebecca Fast, Office Administrator, 
Irrigation Secretariat.
Culture
Ministerial Order
(Historical Resources Act)
MO 22/12
I, Heather Klimchuk, Minister of Culture, pursuant to Section 20(15) of the Historical 
Resources Act, hereby make the order amending Order in Council 714/77, 
registered in the Land Titles Office as document 771101759, designating the 
Cathedral Church of the Redeemer as a Provincial Historical Resource to exclude the 
lands legally described as:
	Those portions of Road Plan 121 1425 Affecting Lots 34-40, Block 41, Plan A.
Dated at Edmonton, Alberta, this 11th day of June, 2012.
Heather Klimchuk, Minister
Order Designating Provincial Historic Resource
(Historical Resources Act)
MO 17/12
I, Heather Klimchuk, Minister of Culture, pursuant to section 20(1) of the Historical 
Resources Act, RSA 2000 cH-9, hereby:
1.	Designate the site known as the:
Canadian Bank of Commerce Manager's Residence, together with the land 
legally described as:
Plan 2325P 
Block 14 
The south west half of Lot 9 and all of Lot 10 
excepting thereout all mines and minerals
and municipally located in the Town of Nanton, Alberta
as a Provincial Historic Resource,
2.	Give notice that pursuant to section 20, subsection (9) of that Act, no person shall 
destroy, disturb, alter, restore, or repair any PROVINCIAL HISTORIC 
RESOURCE or remove any historic object from a PROVINCIAL HISTORIC 
RESOURCE without the written approval of the Minister.
3.	Further give notice that the following provisions of section 20, subsections (11) 
and (12) of that Act now apply in case of sale or inheritance of the above 
mentioned resource:
(11)	the owner of an historic resource that is subject to an order under 
subsection (1) shall, at least 30 days before any sale or other 
disposition of the historic resource, serve notice of the proposed sale 
or other disposition on the Minister,
(12)	when a person inherits an historic resource that is subject to an 
order under subsection (1), that person shall notify the Minister of 
the inheritance within 15 days after the historic resource is 
transferred to the person.
Signed at Edmonton, May 15, 2012.
Heather Klimchuk, Minister.
_______________
MO 18/12
I, Heather Klimchuk, Minister of Culture, pursuant to section 20(1) of the Historical 
Resources Act, RSA 2000 cH-9, hereby:
1.	Designate the site known as the:
St. Jean Baptiste Church and Rectory, together with the land legally described as:
All that portion of the north west quarter of Section twenty seven (27) Township 
seventy seven (77) Range twenty one (21) west of the fifth meridian, described 
as follows:  commencing at the south west corner of the said quarter section 
thence east along the south boundary fifty five (55) meters, thence north and 
parallel to the west boundary two hundred twenty two (222) meters thence west 
and parallel to the south boundary to intersection with the west boundary, thence 
south along the west boundary to point of commencement, containing 1.221 
hectares (3.02 acres) more or less.
excepting thereout all mines and minerals
and municipally located in the Municipal District of Smoky River No. 130, 
Alberta as a Provincial Historic Resource,
2.	Give notice that pursuant to section 20, subsection (9) of that Act, no person shall 
destroy, disturb, alter, restore, or repair any PROVINCIAL HISTORIC 
RESOURCE or remove any historic object from a PROVINCIAL HISTORIC 
RESOURCE without the written approval of the Minister.
3.	Further give notice that the following provisions of section 20, subsections (11) 
and (12) of that Act now apply in case of sale or inheritance of the above 
mentioned resource:
(11)	the owner of an historic resource that is subject to an order under 
subsection (1) shall, at least 30 days before any sale or other 
disposition of the historic resource, serve notice of the proposed sale 
or other disposition on the Minister,
(12)	when a person inherits an historic resource that is subject to an 
order under subsection (1), that person shall notify the Minister of 
the inheritance within 15 days after the historic resource is 
transferred to the person.
Signed at Edmonton, May 15, 2012.
Heather Klimchuk, Minister.
Education
Ministerial Order No. 2/2012
(School Act)
    I, Thomas A. Lukaszuk, Minister of Education, pursuant to Sections 219 and 220 
of the School Act, make the Order in the attached Appendix, being The Loree Roman 
Catholic Separate School District No. 733 Establishment Order.
Dated at Edmonton, Alberta, this 7 day of March, 2012.
Thomas A. Lukaszuk, Minister.
APPENDIX
The Loree Roman Catholic Separate School District No. 733 
Establishment Order
1	Pursuant to Sections 219 and 220 of the School Act, The Loree Roman Catholic 
Separate School District No. 733 is established.
2	The Loree Roman Catholic Separate School District No. 733 shall be comprised 
of the following lands, which are included in The Loree School District No. 2268 
and which are properly assessable for separate school purposes under the 
provision of Sections 153 to 160 of the School Act:
Township 51, Range 11, West of the 4th Meridian 
Sections 18 to 21 inclusive; Sections 27 to 34 inclusive; North halves of Sections 
17 and 22; Northwest quarter of Section 26.
Township 51, Range 12, West of the 4th Meridian 
Sections 1 and 2; Sections 11 to 14 inclusive; Sections 23 to 26 inclusive; 
Section 36.


Ministerial Order No. 3/2012
(School Act)
    I, Thomas A. Lukaszuk, Minister of Education, pursuant to Section 239 of the 
School Act, make the order in the attached Appendix, being The Vermilion Roman 
Catholic Separate School District No. 97 (The East Central Alberta Catholic Separate 
Schools Regional Division No. 16) Boundary Adjustment Order.
Dated at Edmonton, Alberta, this 7 day of March, 2012.
Thomas A. Lukaszuk, Minister.
APPENDIX
The Vermilion Roman Catholic Separate School District No. 97 
(The East Central Alberta Catholic Separate Schools Regional Division No. 16) 
Boundary Adjustment Order
1	Pursuant to Section 239 of the School Act, all of the lands are taken from the  
following school district and are added to The Vermilion Roman Catholic 
Separate School District No. 97:
The Loree Roman Catholic Separate School District No. 733
2	Pursuant to Section 239 of the School Act, the following school district is 
dissolved:
The Loree Roman Catholic Separate School District No. 733
3	The Vermilion Roman Catholic Separate School District No. 97 (The Vermilion 
Ward) shall be comprised of the following lands:
Township 50, Range 5, West of the 4th Meridian 
Sections 19 and 20; Sections 29 to 34 inclusive; Northwest quarter of Section 27; 
West half and Northeast quarter of Section 28; West half of Section 35.
Township 50, Range 6, West of the 4th Meridian 
Sections 19 to 36 inclusive. 
Township 50, Range 7, West of the 4th Meridian 
Sections 24, 25, and 36.
Township 51, Range 5, West of the 4th Meridian 
Sections 2 to 8 inclusive; Sections 17 to 20 inclusive; Sections 28 to 33 
inclusive; North half of Section 21; That portion of Section 27 lying North and 
West of Vermilion River.
Township 51, Range 6, West of the 4th Meridian 
Sections 1 to 36 inclusive. 
Township 51, Range 7, West of the 4th Meridian 
Sections 1 and 12.
Township 51, Range 11, West of the 4th Meridian 
Sections 18 to 21 inclusive; Sections 27 to 34 inclusive; North halves of Sections 
17 and 22; Northwest quarter of Section 26.
Township 51, Range 12, West of the 4th Meridian 
Sections 1 and 2; Sections 11 to 14 inclusive; Sections 23 to 26 inclusive; 
Section 36.
Township 52, Range 5, West of the 4th Meridian 
Sections 6, 7, and 18; South half of Section 19.
Township 52, Range 6, West of the 4th Meridian 
Sections 1 to 24 inclusive; Sections 29 to 32 inclusive; South halves of Sections 
25 to 28 inclusive.
Township 52, Range 7, West of the 4th Meridian 
East halves of Sections 12, 13, and 24; Southeast quarter of Section 25. 
_______________
Ministerial Order No. 6/2012
(School Act)
    I, Thomas A. Lukaszuk, Minister of Education, pursuant to Section 239 of the 
School Act, make the Order in the attached Appendix, being The Fox Creek School 
District No. 5093 (The Northern Gateway Regional Division No. 10) and The Fox 
Creek Roman Catholic Separate School District No. 582 (The Living Waters Catholic 
Regional Division No. 42) Boundary Adjustment Order.
Dated at Edmonton, Alberta this 13 day of April, 2012.
Thomas A. Lukaszuk, Minister.
APPENDIX
The Fox Creek School District No. 5093 (The Northern Gateway Regional 
Division No. 10) and The Fox Creek Roman Catholic Separate School District 
No. 582 (The Living Waters Catholic Regional Division No. 42)  
Boundary Adjustment Order
WHEREAS The Fox Creek School District No. 5093 (The Northern Gateway 
Regional Division No. 10) Boundary Adjustment Order, Ministerial Order  
No. 019/2002 dated September 3, 2002, transferred the following lands from The 
Creekland School District No. 5295 and added them to The Fox Creek School District 
No. 5093:
Township 63, Range 19, West of the 5th Meridian  
Sections 3 to 5 inclusive.
AND WHEREAS such lands should have been also identified as being added to and 
belonging within the boundaries of The Fox Creek Roman Catholic Separate School 
District No. 582 which is located within The Living Waters Catholic Regional 
Division No. 42;
I, hereby amend Ministerial Order No. 019/2002 to reference the afore-mentioned 
lands, specifically, Township 63, Range 19, West of the 5th Meridian, Sections 3 to 5 
inclusive, as being added to The Fox Creek School District No. 5093 and The Fox 
Creek Roman Catholic Separate School District No. 582 in Section 1 of Ministerial 
Order No. 019/2002 and to further describe the lands in Section 3 of Ministerial Order 
No. 019/2002 as comprising both The Fox Creek School District No. 5093 and The 
Fox Creek Roman Catholic Separate School District No. 582 districts.
Energy
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the quarter ending March 31, 2012
Function: CTRC Calgary Presentations 
Purpose: To allow organizations to present their conclusions and observations 
directly to the Critical Transmission Review and answer any questions from the 
Committee in a public forum. 
Amount: $1,522.12 
Date: January 9 - 12, 2012 
Location: Calgary
Function: CTRC Edmonton Presentations 
Purpose: To allow organizations to present their conclusions and observations 
directly to the Critical Transmission Review and answer any questions from the 
Committee in a public forum. 
Amount: $1,790.13 
Date: January 18 - 20, 2012 
Location: Edmonton
Function: Jacobs Consultancy 
Purpose: Presentation of the final findings of the Jacobs Consultancy report on "EU 
Pathways Study:  Lifecycle Assessment of Crude Oils in a European Context". 
Amount: $4,451.29 
Date: January 31, 2012 
Location: London, England
Function: Information Session on Gas Cost Allowance 
Purpose: To provide information and feedback for industry on gas cost allowance. 
Amount: $632.40 
Date: February 28, 2012 
Location: Calgary
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 - Chauvin South Leduc B 
Agreement No. 1" and that the Unit became effective on August 1, 2011.


 


 


 


Environment and Sustainable Resource Development
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the period October 1, 2011 to December 31, 2011
Function: Alberta Fisheries Round Table Meeting
Purpose: Alberta Fisheries Management Round Table representatives and related 
stakeholders discuss issues relating to fisheries management.
Date: October 15, 2011
Amount: $1,025.00
Location: Red Deer
Function: 2011 Joint Management Committee Meeting of the Agreement on 
International Humane Trapping Standards
Purpose: Discuss the Agreement on International Humane Trapping Standards.
Date: October 5, 2011
Amount: $817.28
Location: Edmonton
_______________
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the period January 1, 2012 to March 31, 2012
Function: LiDar Conference
Purpose: Workshop pertaining to the use of LiDar (light detection and ranging) 
technology.
Date: March 1-2, 2012
Amount: $31,888.52
Location: Edmonton
Function: 2012 Fire Control Mutual-Aid Meeting
Purpose: Discuss the Mutual-Aid Agreement with districts and county's.
Date: March 26, 2012
Amount: $ 720.00
Location: Chain Lakes
_______________
Natural Resources Conservation Board
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the period April 1, 2012 to June 30, 2012
Function: Agricultural Operation Practices Act (AOPA).  Policy Advisory Group 
Meeting.
Purpose: The Policy Advisory Group is a multi-stakeholder advisory group which 
provides advice and feedback to the NRCB regarding the effectiveness of its delivery 
of the Agricultural Operation Practices Act.
Date: May 29, 2012
Amount: $ 894.60
Location: Leduc AB
Alberta Fishery Regulations, 1998
Notice of Variation Order 06-2012
Commercial Fishing Seasons
The close times and quotas set out in Schedule 8 to the Alberta Fishery Regulations, 
1998 in respect of the waters listed in the Schedule to this Notice have been varied by 
Variation Order 06-2012 by the Director of Fisheries Management in accordance with 
section 3 of the Alberta Fishery Regulations, 1998.
Where fishing with gill nets is permitted during an open season established by the 
Order, the gill net mesh size has been specified in the Order.
Pursuant to Variation Order 06-2012 commercial fishing is permitted in accordance 
with the following schedule.
SCHEDULE 
PART 1
Item - 1 
Column 1 Waters - In respect of: (105) Spencer Lake (67-1-W4) 
Column 2 Gear - Gill net not less than 140 mm mesh 
Column 3 Open Time - A. In respect of Spencer Lake excluding the following 
portions: - That portion of Spencer Lake that is less than 4.5 metres (15 ft.) in depth. - 
08:00 hours December 6, 2012 to 16:00 hours December 16, 2012.  B. In respect of 
all other waters:  Closed.
Column 4 Species and Quota - 1) Lake whitefish: 15,000 kg; 2) Walleye: 250 kg; 3) 
Yellow perch: 450 kg; 4) Northern pike: 600 kg; 5) Tullibee: 1 kg; 6) Lake trout: 1 
kg.
Intergovernmental, International and Aboriginal Relations
Hosting Expenses Exceeding $600.00 
For the fourth quarter ending March 31, 2012
Date: August 31, 2011 
Purpose: Networking event for the Congressional Staff Energy Study Tour 
delegation, to discuss oil sands development and Aboriginal relations. 
Amount: $836.90 
Location: Fort McMurray, Alberta
Date: September 21-22, 2011 
Purpose: Networking events at the First Nation Development Fund annual workshop. 
Amount: $8,059.93 
Location: Morley, Alberta
Date: November 7, 2011 
Purpose: Networking event to discuss academic collaboration between Alberta 
Medical Universities and Oxford University Medical Science Division. 
Amount: $960.58 
Location: London, United Kingdom
Date: November 21-22, 2011 
Purpose: Networking receptions with Qatar Petroleum, Qatar Gas and Qatar 
Petroleum International during the Canada - Arab Business Council. 
Amount: $5,403.39 
Location: Doha, Qatar
Date: November 23, 2011 
Purpose: Networking event at the First Nations Economic Capacity Building 
workshop. 
Amount: $865.45 
Location: Slave Lake, Alberta
Date: November 25, 2011 
Purpose: Networking event co-hosted with the Government of Nova Scotia at the 
Federal, Provincial, Territorial Working Group, on Aboriginal Consultation and 
Accommodation. 
Amount: $1,778.90 
Location: Halifax, Nova Scotia
Date: November 26, 2011 
Purpose: Networking event during the Bahrain Mission to discuss business 
opportunities with Saudi and Bahraini key contacts. 
Amount: $1,791.49 
Location: Manama, Bahrain
Date: November 27, 2011 
Purpose: Networking event during the Bahrain Mission to discuss political relations, 
educational and business opportunities with Bahraini key contacts. 
Amount: $1,791.49 
Location: Manama, Bahrain
Date: November 28, 2011 
Purpose: Networking event during the Bahrain Mission to discuss business 
opportunities with key Bahraini oil and gas officials. 
Amount: $4,240.11 
Location: Manama, Bahrain
Date: November 30, 2011 
Purpose: Networking event during the Kuwait Mission to discuss business 
opportunities with Kuwaiti oil and gas contacts. 
Amount: $1,774.53 
Location: Kuwait City, Kuwait 
Date: December 13, 2011 
Purpose: Networking event for Premiers and senior officials of the New West 
Partnership to discuss intergovernmental relations. 
Amount: $1,336.65 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Date: December 15, 2011 
Purpose: M‚tis Settlements Ombudsman's information open house event. 
Amount: $601.00 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Date: December 19, 2011 
Purpose: Reception for the members of the Canada-United Kingdom Chamber of 
Commerce, to introduce and present the key directives of the new Alberta 
government. 
Amount: $2,270.81 
Location: London, United Kingdom
Date: January 11-12, 2012 
Purpose: Networking events for the delegation of Heilongjiang ice sculptors and 
government officials, during the 30th anniversary of the Alberta-Heilongjiang 
twinning. 
Amount: $5,543.45 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Date: January 18, 2012 
Purpose: Reception during the First Nations Economic Capacity Building workshop. 
Amount: $1,403.00 
Location: Grand Prairie, Alberta
Date: January 18, 2012 
Purpose: Event hosted with British Columbia and Saskatchewan governments to 
brief clients, companies and major stakeholders on the New West Partnership 
program development. 
Amount: $1,252.88 
Location: Shanghai, China
Date: January 19, 2012 
Purpose: Protocol agreement meeting on government to government relations with 
Alberta's Grand Chiefs, Vice Chiefs, Ministers responsible for consultation, Deputy 
Ministers, and their senior staff. 
Amount: $819.00 
Location: Calgary, Alberta
Date: February 2, 2012 
Purpose: Event during the U.S. Ambassador's visit, focusing on cross border labour 
mobility, energy and environmental issues. 
Amount: $979.30 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Date: February 7, 2012 
Purpose: Banquet for Aboriginal organizations and other stakeholders to identify 
challenges, capitalize on opportunities and determine next step to improve 
communication, collaboration and coordination of services and programs for urban 
Aboriginal people. 
Amount: $12,485.12 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Date: February 8, 2012 
Purpose: Networking event for Alberta companies and key Thai oil and gas 
executives during the International Petroleum Technology Conference. 
Amount: $2,683.16 
Location: Bangkok, Thailand
Date: February 20, 2012 
Purpose: Networking event for Alberta companies participating to the Australia 
mission on how to do business in Australia and to present an overview of the 
Queensland coal seam gas industry. 
Amount: $3,144.65 
Location: Brisbane, Australia
Date: February 21, 2012 
Purpose: Technical seminar and networking reception for Alberta companies, 
representatives from the Canadian Consulate in Sydney, Export Development Canada 
and key Australian oil and gas companies. 
Amount: $7,839.89 
Location: Brisbane, Australia
Date: February 23, 2012 
Purpose: Networking reception with local industry representatives and participants to 
the Australasian Oil and Gas Conference. 
Amount: $4,821.65 
Location: Perth, Australia
Date: February 27, 2012 
Purpose: Networking reception for the Canada - U.S. Business Council Chicago, 
hosted by the Premier. 
Amount: $2,055.80 
Location: Chicago, Illinois
Date: February 27, 2012 
Purpose: Networking reception to introduce South Australian oil and gas companies 
to Alberta representatives. 
Amount: $4,601.82 
Location: Adelaide, Australia
Date: February 28, 2012 
Purpose: Technical seminar and networking event to give Alberta companies the 
opportunity to give a business presentation to the local industry representatives. 
Amount: $787.01 
Location: Adelaide, Australia
Date: March 2, 2012 
Purpose: Networking reception to celebrate the International Francophony Day 
(Rendez-vous de la Francophonie), hosted by the Minister. 
Amount: $2,803.72 
Location: Calgary, Alberta
Date: March 6, 2012 
Purpose: Annual ceremony for the International Francophony Day (Rendez-vous de 
la Francophonie), hosted by the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta. 
Amount: $690.00 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Date: March 6, 2012 
Purpose: Briefing session with senior government officials and industry 
representatives to discuss the Premier's Mission to Washington, D.C. and New York 
City. 
Amount: $1,226.46 
Location: Washington, D.C.
Date: March 8, 2012 
Purpose: Networking opportunity at the "Doing Business in India" workshop to 
inform Alberta oil and gas companies on how to expand their business to India and 
meet Indian industry representatives. 
Amount: $838.90 
Location: Edmonton, Alberta
Justice and Solicitor General
Office of the Public Trustee
Interest Rate on Public Trustee Guaranteed Accounts
(Public Trustee Act)
In accordance with section 3(4) of the Public Trustee Investment Regulation, notice is 
hereby given that from July 1, 2012 the nominal interest rate on all guaranteed 
accounts is 3.00%, which corresponds to an annual effective rate of 3.04%.
Cynthia M. Bentz  
Public Trustee.


Safety Codes Council
Agency Accreditation - Cancellation
Pursuant to Section 30 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Paragon Inspection Services, Accreditation No. A000230, Order No. 0677
Is to cease services under the Safety Codes Act for Electrical.
Consisting of all parts of the Canadian Electrical Code, Code for Electrical 
Installations at Oil and Gas Facilities and Alberta Electrical Utility Code.
		Issued Date: June 11, 2012.
Corporate Accreditation
(Safety Codes Act)
Pursuant to section 28 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
Athabasca Oil Corporation, Accreditation No. C000865, Order No. 2853
Having satisfied the terms and conditions of the Safety Codes Council is authorized to 
administer the Safety Codes Act within the Corporation's facilities identified in the 
approved Electrical Regulatory Management Plan for the discipline of Electrical
Consisting of all parts of the Canadian Electrical Code, Code for Electrical 
Installations at Oil & Gas Facilities.
Accredited Date: June 18, 2012	Issued Date: June 18, 2012.
Municipal Accreditation - Cancellation
(Safety Codes Act)
Pursuant to section 26 of the Safety Codes Act it is hereby ordered that
County of Vermilion River No 24, Accreditation No M000310, Order No. 0888
Due to the voluntary withdrawal from accreditation, is to cease administration under 
the Safety Codes Act within its jurisdiction for Fire
Date: June 18, 2012.




Alberta Securities Commission
NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 21-101 MARKETPLACE OPERATION
AMENDING INSTRUMENT
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on March 14, 2012 pursuant to 
sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
AMENDMENTS TO  
NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 21-101 
MARKETPLACE OPERATION
1.	National Instrument 21-101 Marketplace Operation is amended by this 
Instrument.
2.	Part 1 is amended by
(a)	adding the following definition in section 1.1:
"accounting principles" means accounting principles as defined in 
National Instrument 52-107 Acceptable Accounting Principles and 
Auditing Standards,
(b)	replacing the definition of  "alternative trading system" in section 1.1 
with the following:
"alternative trading system", 
(a)	in every jurisdiction other than Ontario, means a 
marketplace that
(i)	is not a recognized quotation and trade reporting 
system or a recognized exchange, and
(ii)	does not
(A)	require an issuer to enter into an agreement to 
have its securities traded on the marketplace,
(B)	provide, directly, or through one or more 
subscribers, a guarantee of a two-sided market for a 
security on a continuous or reasonably continuous 
basis,
(C)	set requirements governing the conduct of 
subscribers, other than conduct in respect of the 
trading by those subscribers on the marketplace, and
(D)	discipline subscribers other than by exclusion 
from participation in the marketplace, and
(b)	in Ontario has the meaning set out in subsection 1(1) of the 
Securities Act (Ontario);,
(c)	adding "or municipal body" after "municipal corporation" in 
paragraph (b) of the definition of "government debt security" in 
section 1.1,
(d)	replacing paragraph (c) of the definition of "government debt security" 
in section 1.1 with the following:
(c)	a debt security issued or guaranteed by a crown corporation or 
public body,, 
(e)	replacing the definition of "marketplace" in section 1.1 with the 
following:
"marketplace",
(a)	in every jurisdiction other than Ontario, means
(i)	an exchange,
(ii)	a quotation and trade reporting system,
(iii)	a person or company not included in clause (i) or (ii) 
that
(A)	constitutes, maintains or provides a market or 
facility for bringing together buyers and 
sellers of securities,
(B)	brings together the orders for securities of 
multiple buyers and sellers, and
(C)	uses established, non-discretionary methods 
under which the orders interact with each 
other, and the buyers and sellers entering the 
orders agree to the terms of a trade, or
(iv)	a dealer that executes a trade of an exchange-traded 
security outside of a marketplace, but does not 
include an inter-dealer bond broker; and
(b)	in Ontario has the meaning set out in subsection 1(1) of the 
Securities Act (Ontario);,
(f)	adding the following definitions in section 1.1:
"private enterprise" means a private enterprise as defined in Part 3 of 
National Instrument 52-107 Acceptable Accounting Principles and 
Auditing Standards;
"publicly accountable enterprise" means a publicly accountable 
enterprise as defined in Part 3 of National Instrument 52-107 Acceptable 
Accounting Principles and Auditing Standards;,
(g)	replacing paragraph (a) of the definition of "recognized exchange" in 
section 1.1 with the following:
(a)	in Ontario, a recognized exchange as defined in subsection 1(1) of 
the Securities Act (Ontario),,
(h)	replacing the definition of "recognized quotation and trade reporting 
system" in section 1.1 with the following:
"recognized quotation and trade reporting system" means
(a)	in every jurisdiction other than British Columbia, Ontario 
and Qu‚bec, a quotation and trade reporting system 
recognized by the securities regulatory authority under 
securities legislation to carry on business as a quotation and 
trade reporting system, 
(b)	in British Columbia, a quotation and trade reporting system 
recognized by the securities regulatory authority under 
securities legislation as a quotation and trade reporting 
system or as an exchange; 
(b.1)	in Ontario, a recognized quotation and trade reporting 
system as defined in subsection 1(1) of the Securities Act 
(Ontario), and
(c)	in Qu‚bec, a quotation and trade reporting system 
recognized by the securities regulatory authority under 
securities or derivatives legislation as an exchange or a 
self-regulatory organization;, and
(i)	adding the following section:
1.5 Interpretation - NI 23-101 - Terms defined or interpreted in NI 23-101 
and used in this Instrument have the respective meanings ascribed to them in 
NI 23-101..
3.	Part 3 is replaced with the following:
PART 3 MARKETPLACE INFORMATION
3.1	Initial Filing of Information
(1)	A person or company must file as part of its application for recognition 
as an exchange or a quotation and trade reporting system Form 21-
101F1.
(2)	A person or company must not carry on business as an ATS unless it has 
filed Form 21-101F2 at least 45 days before the ATS begins to carry on 
business as an ATS.
3.2	Change in Information
(1)	Subject to subsection (2), a marketplace must not implement a 
significant change to a matter set out in Form 21-101F1 or in Form 21-
101F2 unless the marketplace has filed an amendment to the information 
provided in Form 21-101F1 or in Form 21-101F2 in the manner set out 
in the Form at least 45 days before implementing the change.
(2)	A marketplace must file an amendment to the information provided in 
Exhibit L - Fees of Form 21-101F1 or Exhibit L - Fees of Form 21-
101F2, as applicable, at least seven business days before implementing a 
change to the information provided in Exhibit L - Fees.
(3)	For any change involving a matter set out in Form 21-101F1 or Form 
21-101F2 other than a change referred to in subsection (1) or (2), a 
marketplace must file an amendment to the information provided in the 
Form by the earlier of 
(a)	the close of business on the 10th day after the end of the month in 
which the change was made, and
(b)	if applicable, the time the marketplace discloses the change 
publicly.
3.3	Reporting Requirements
A marketplace must file Form 21-101F3 within 30 days after the end of each 
calendar quarter during any part of which the marketplace has carried on 
business.
3.4	Ceasing to Carry on Business as an ATS
(1)	An ATS that intends to cease carrying on business as an ATS must file a 
report on Form 21-101F4 at least 30 days before ceasing to carry on that 
business.
(2)	An ATS that involuntarily ceases to carry on business as an ATS must 
file a report on Form 21-101F4 as soon as practicable after it ceases to 
carry on that business.
3.5	Forms Filed in Electronic Form
A person or company that is required to file a form or exhibit under this 
Instrument must file that form or exhibit in electronic form..
4.	Part 4 is replaced with the following:
PART 4 MARKETPLACE FILING OF AUDITED FINANCIAL 
STATEMENTS
4.1	Filing of Initial Audited Financial Statements
(1)	A person or company must file as part of its application for recognition 
as an exchange or a quotation and trade reporting system, together with 
Form 21-101F1, audited financial statements for its latest financial year 
that
(a)	are prepared in accordance with Canadian GAAP applicable to 
publicly accountable enterprises or IFRS,
(b)	include notes to the financial statements that identify the 
accounting principles used to prepare the financial statements, and
(c)	are audited in accordance with Canadian GAAS or International 
Standards on Auditing and are accompanied by an auditor's 
report.
(2)	A person or company must not carry on business as an ATS unless it has 
filed, together with Form 21-101F2, audited financial statements for its 
latest financial year.
4.2	Filing of Annual Audited Financial Statements
(1)	A recognized exchange and a recognized quotation and trade reporting 
system must file annual audited financial statements within 90 days after 
the end of its financial year in accordance with the requirements outlined 
in subsection 4.1(1).
(2)	An ATS must file annual audited financial statements..
5.	Part 5 is amended by
(a)	replacing the portion before section 5.2 with the following:
PART 5 MARKETPLACE REQUIREMENTS
5.1	Access Requirements
(1)	A marketplace must not unreasonably prohibit, condition or limit access 
by a person or company to services offered by it.
(2)	A marketplace must
(a)	establish written standards for granting access to each of its 
services; and
(b)	keep records of
(i)	each grant of access including the reasons for granting 
access to an applicant, and
(ii)	each denial or limitation of access, including the reasons 
for denying or limiting access to an applicant.
(3)	A marketplace must not 
(a)	permit unreasonable discrimination among clients, issuers and 
marketplace participants; or
(b)	impose any burden on competition that is not reasonably 
necessary and appropriate.,
(b)	replacing "recognized exchange or recognized quotation and trade 
reporting system" in section 5.2 with "marketplace",
(c)	replacing "member or user" in section 5.2 with "marketplace 
participant",
(d)	repealing subsection 5.3(2),
(e)	repealing section 5.6, and
(f)	adding the following sections:
5.7	Fair and Orderly Markets
A marketplace must take all reasonable steps to ensure that its operations do 
not interfere with fair and orderly markets.
5.8	Discriminatory Terms
A marketplace must not impose terms that have the effect of discriminating 
between orders that are routed to the marketplace and orders that are entered on 
that marketplace for execution.
5.9	Risk Disclosure for Trades in Foreign Exchange-Traded Securities
(1)	A marketplace that is trading foreign exchange-traded securities must 
provide each marketplace participant with disclosure in substantially the 
following words:
	"The securities traded by or through the marketplace are not listed on an 
exchange in Canada and may not be securities of a reporting issuer in 
Canada. As a result, there is no assurance that information concerning 
the issuer is available or, if the information is available, that it meets 
Canadian disclosure requirements."
(2)	Before the first order for a foreign exchange-traded security is entered 
onto the marketplace by a marketplace participant, the marketplace must 
obtain an acknowledgement from the marketplace participant that the 
marketplace participant has received the disclosure required in 
subsection (1).
5.10	Confidential Treatment of Trading Information
(1)	A marketplace must not release a marketplace participant's order or 
trade information to a person or company other than the marketplace 
participant, a securities regulatory authority or a regulation services 
provider unless
(a)	the marketplace participant has consented in writing to the release 
of the information;
(b)	the release of the information is required by this Instrument or 
under applicable law; or
(c)	the information has been publicly disclosed by another person or 
company, and the disclosure was lawful.
(2)	A marketplace must not carry on business unless it has implemented 
reasonable safeguards and procedures to protect a marketplace 
participant's order or trade information, including
(a)	limiting access to order or trade information of marketplace 
participants to
(i)	employees of the marketplace, or
(ii)	persons or companies retained by the marketplace to 
operate the system or to be responsible for compliance by 
the marketplace with securities legislation; and
(b)	implementing standards controlling trading by employees of the 
marketplace for their own accounts.
(3)	A marketplace must not carry on business as a marketplace unless it has 
implemented adequate oversight procedures to ensure that the 
safeguards and procedures established under subsection (2) are followed.
5.11	Management of Conflicts of Interest
A marketplace must establish, maintain and ensure compliance with policies 
and procedures that identify and manage any conflicts of interest arising from 
the operation of the marketplace or the services it provides.
5.12	Outsourcing
If a marketplace outsources any of its key services or systems to a service 
provider, which includes affiliates or associates of the marketplace, the 
marketplace must:
(a)	establish and maintain policies and procedures for the selection of 
service providers to which key services and systems may be outsourced 
and for the evaluation and approval of such outsourcing arrangements,
(b)	identify any conflicts of interest between the marketplace and the service 
provider to which key services and systems are outsourced, and establish 
and maintain policies and procedures to mitigate and manage such 
conflicts of interest,
(c)	enter into a contract with the service provider to which key services and 
systems are outsourced that is appropriate for the materiality and nature 
of the outsourced activities and that provides for adequate termination 
procedures,
(d)	maintain access to the books and records of the service providers 
relating to the outsourced activities,
(e)	ensure that the securities regulatory authorities have access to all data, 
information and systems maintained by the service provider on behalf of 
the marketplace, for the purposes of determining the marketplace's 
compliance with securities legislation, 
(f)	take appropriate measures to determine that service providers to which 
key services or systems are outsourced establish, maintain and 
periodically test an appropriate business continuity plan, including a 
disaster recovery plan,
(g)	take appropriate measures to ensure that the service providers protect the 
marketplace participants' proprietary, order, trade or any other 
confidential information, and
(h)	establish processes and procedures to regularly review the performance 
of the service provider under any such outsourcing arrangement..
7.	Part 6 is amended by
(a)	repealing sections 6.4, 6.5 and 6.6,
(b)	replacing section 6.7 with the following:
6.7	Notification of Threshold
(1)	An ATS must notify the securities regulatory authority in writing if,
(a)	during at least two of the preceding three months of operation, the 
total dollar value of the trading volume on the ATS for a month in 
any type of security is equal to or greater than 10 percent of the 
total dollar value of the trading volume for the month in that type 
of security on all marketplaces in Canada;
(b)	during at least two of the preceding three months of operation, the 
total trading volume on the ATS for a month in any type of 
security is equal to or greater than 10 percent of the total trading 
volume for the month in that type of security on all marketplaces 
in Canada; or
(c)	during at least two of the preceding  three months of operation, 
the number of trades on the ATS for a month in any type of 
security is equal to or greater than 10 percent of the number of 
trades for the month in that type of security on all marketplaces in 
Canada.
(2)	An ATS must provide the notice referred to in subsection (1) within 30 
days after the threshold referred to in subsection (1) is met or exceeded., 
and
(c)	repealing sections 6.8, 6.10, 6.12 and 6.13.
8.	Part 7 is amended by
(a)	replacing "displayed on" with "displayed by" in subsection 7.1(1),
(b)	replacing "of the marketplace" with "of the marketplace and if the 
orders posted on the marketplace meet the size threshold set by a 
regulation services provider" in subsection 7.1(2),
(c)	replacing "displayed on" with "displayed by" in subsection 7.3(1),
(d)	replacing "of the marketplace" with "of the marketplace and if the 
orders posted on the marketplace meet the size threshold set by a 
regulation services provider" in subsection 7.3(2), and
(e)	replacing "A marketplace" with "A marketplace that is subject to this 
Part" in section 7.6.
9.	Part 8 is amended by
(a)	replacing "displayed on" with "displayed by" in subsection 8.1(1),
(b)	replacing "displayed on" with "displayed by" in subsection 8.2(1),
(c)	repealing section 8.5, and
(d)	replacing "2012" with "2015" in section 8.6.
10.	Part 10 is amended by
(a)	replacing the title with "PART 10 TRANSPARENCY OF 
MARKETPLACE OPERATIONS",
(b)	replacing section 10.1 with the following:
10.1	Disclosure by Marketplaces
A marketplace must publicly disclose on its website information 
reasonably necessary to enable a person or company to understand the 
marketplace's operations or services it provides, including but not 
limited to information related to:
(a)	all fees, including any listing, trading, data, co-location and 
routing fees charged by the marketplace, an affiliate or by a party 
to which services have directly or indirectly been outsourced or 
which directly or indirectly provides those services;
(b)	how orders are entered, interact and execute;
(c)	all order types;
(d)	access requirements;
(e)	the policies and procedures that identify and manage any conflicts 
of interest arising from the operation of the marketplace or the 
services it provides;
(f)	any referral arrangements between the marketplace and service 
providers;
(g)	where routing is offered, how routing decisions are made; and
(h)	when indications of interest are disseminated, the information 
disseminated and the types of recipients of such indications of 
interest., and
(c)	repealing section 10.3.
11.	Part 11 is amended by
(a)	replacing paragraph 11.2(1)(c) with the following:
(c)	a record of each order which must include
	(i)	the order identifier assigned to the order by the 
marketplace,
	(ii)	the marketplace participant identifier assigned to the 
marketplace participant transmitting the order,
	(iii)	the identifier assigned to the marketplace where the order 
is received or originated,
	(iv)	each unique client identifier assigned to a client accessing 
the marketplace using direct electronic access,
	(v)	the type, issuer, class, series and symbol of the security,
	(vi)	the number of securities to which the order applies,
	(vii)	the strike date and strike price, if applicable,
	(viii)	whether the order is a buy or sell order,
	(ix)	whether the order is a short sale order, if applicable,
	(x)	whether the order is a market order, limit order or other 
type of order, and if the order is not a market order, the 
price at which the order is to trade,
	(xi)	the date and time the order is first originated or received 
by the marketplace,
	(xii)	whether the account is a retail, wholesale, employee, 
proprietary or any other type of account,
	(xiii)	the date and time the order expires,
	(xiv)	whether the order is an intentional cross,
	(xv)	whether the order is a jitney and if so, the identifier of the 
underlying broker,
	(xvi)	the currency of the order,
	(xvii)	whether the order is routed to another marketplace for 
execution, and the date, time and name of the 
marketplace to which the order was routed, and
	(xviii)	whether the order is a directed-action order, and whether 
the marketplace marked the order as a directed-action 
order or received the order marked as a directed-action 
order.,
(b)	replacing subparagraph 11.2(1)(d)(ix) with the following:
(ix)	the marketplace trading fee for each trade, and 
(x)	each unique client identifier assigned to a client accessing the 
marketplace using direct electronic access.,
(c)	deleting "or 6.13" in subparagraph 11.3(1)(b),
(d)	replacing "section 12.1" with "sections 12.1 and 12.4" in 
subparagraph 11.3(1)(c),
(e)	replacing "6.10(2)" with "5.9(2)" in subparagraph 11.3(1)(e),
(f)	replacing subparagraphs 11.3(2)(b) and (c) with the following:
(b)	copies of all forms filed under Part 3; and
(c)	in the case of an ATS, copies of all notices given under section 
6.7.,
(g)	repealing subparagraph 11.3(2)(d),
(h)	repealing section 11.4, and
(i)	deleting "with the clock used by a regulation services provider 
monitoring the activities of marketplaces, inter-dealer bond brokers or 
dealers trading those securities" in subsection 11.5(2).
12.	Part 12 is amended by
(a)	replacing the title with "PART 12 MARKETPLACE SYSTEMS 
AND BUSINESS CONTINUITY PLANNING",
(b)	replacing paragraph 12.1(a) with the following:
(a)	develop and maintain
(i)	an adequate system of internal control over those systems; 
and
(ii)	adequate information technology general controls, 
including without limitation, controls relating to 
information systems operations, information security, 
change management, problem management, network 
support and system software support;,
(c)	replacing paragraph 12.1(b) with the following:
(b)	in accordance with prudent business practice, on a reasonably 
frequent basis and, in any event, at least annually, 
(i)	make reasonable current and future capacity estimates;
(ii)	conduct capacity stress tests to determine the ability of 
those systems to process transactions in an accurate, timely 
and efficient manner; and,
(d)	replacing "paragraph 12.1(a)" with "paragraph 12.1(a) and section 
12.4" in subsection 12.2(1),
(e)	replacing "Subsections" with "Paragraphs" in subsection 12.3(4), and
(f)	adding the following section:
12.4	Business Continuity Planning
(1)	A marketplace must develop and maintain reasonable business 
continuity plans, including disaster recovery plans.
(2)	A marketplace must test its business continuity plans, including 
disaster recovery plans, on a reasonably frequent basis and, in any 
event, at least annually..
13.	Part 13 is amended by
(a)	replacing the title with "PART 13 CLEARING AND 
SETTLEMENT",
(b)	replacing "through an ATS" with "on a marketplace" in subsection 
13.1(1), and
(c)	replacing "reported" with "reported to" in subsection 13.1(1).
14.	Part 14 is amended by
(a)	repealing subsection 14.1(2),
(b)	adding the following after subsection 14.4(5):
(6)	An information processor must file annual audited financial statements 
within 90 days after the end of its financial year that
(a)	are prepared in accordance with Canadian GAAP applicable to 
publicly accountable enterprises, Canadian GAAP applicable to 
private enterprises or IFRS, 
(b)	include notes to the financial statements that identify the 
accounting principles used to prepare the financial statements, and
(c)	are audited in accordance with Canadian GAAS or International 
Standards on Auditing and are accompanied by an auditor's 
report.
(7)	An information processor must file its financial budget within 30 days 
after the start of a financial year.
(8)	An information processor must file, within 30 days after the end of each 
calendar quarter, the process and criteria for the selection of government 
debt securities, as applicable, and designated corporate debt securities 
and the list of government debt securities, as applicable, and designated 
corporate debt securities.
(9)	An information processor must file, within 30 days after the end of each 
calendar year, the process to communicate the designated securities to 
the marketplaces, inter-dealer bond brokers and dealers providing the 
information required by the Instrument, including where the list of 
designated securities can be found.,
(c)	replacing paragraph 14.5(a) with the following:
(a)	develop and maintain
(i)	an adequate system of internal controls over its critical systems; 
and
(ii)	adequate information technology general controls, including, 
without limitation, controls relating to information systems 
operations, information security, change management, problem 
management, network support, and system software support;,
(d)	adding "and" at the end of subparagraph 14.5(b)(i),
(e)	deleting "and" at the end of subparagraph 14.5(b)(ii),
(f)	repealing subparagraph 14.5.(b)(iii),
(g)	adding "and section 14.6" after "paragraph (a)" in paragraph 14.5(c), 
and 
(h)	adding the following sections:
14.6	Business Continuity Planning
(1)	An information processor must develop and maintain reasonable 
business continuity plans, including disaster recovery plans.
(2)	An information processor must test its business continuity plans, 
including disaster recovery plans, on a reasonably frequent basis 
and, in any event, at least annually.
14.7	Confidential Treatment of Trading Information
An information processor must not release order and trade information 
to a person or company other than the marketplace, inter-dealer bond 
broker or dealer that provided this information in accordance with this 
Instrument, or other than a securities regulatory authority, unless:
(a)	the release of that information is required by this Instrument or 
under applicable law; or
(b)	the information processor received prior approval from the 
securities regulatory authority.
14.8	Transparency of Operations of an Information Processor
An information processor must publicly disclose on its website 
information reasonably necessary to enable a person or company to 
understand the information processor's operations or services it provides 
including, but not limited to:
(a)	all fees charged by the information processor for the consolidated 
data;
(b)	a description of the process and criteria for the selection of 
government debt securities, as applicable, and designated 
corporate debt securities and the list of government debt 
securities, as applicable, and designated corporate debt securities;
(c)	access requirements; and
(d)	the policies and procedures to manage conflicts of interest that 
may arise in the operation of the information processor..
_______________
15.	Form 21-101F1 - Information Statement Exchange or Quotation and Trade 
Reporting system is replaced with the following:
FORM 21-101F1 
INFORMATION STATEMENT 
EXCHANGE OR QUOTATION AND TRADE REPORTING SYSTEM
Filer:	0 EXCHANGE	0 QUOTATION AND TRADE 
                                                            REPORTING SYSTEM
Type of Filing:	0 INITIAL	0 AMENDMENT
1.	Full name of exchange or quotation and trade reporting system:
2.	Name(s) under which business is conducted, or name of market or facility, if 
different from item 1:
3.	If this filing makes a name change on behalf of the exchange or quotation and 
trade reporting system in respect of the name set out in item 1 or item 2, enter the 
previous name and the new name:
Previous name:
New name:	
4.	Head office
Address:
Telephone:
Facsimile:
5.	Mailing address (if different):
6.	Other offices
Address:
Telephone:
Facsimile:
7.	Website address:
8.	Contact employee
Name and title:
Telephone number:
Facsimile:
E-mail address:
9.	Counsel
Firm name:
Contact name:
Telephone number:
Facsimile:
E-mail address:
10.	Market Regulation is being conducted by:
0	the exchange 
0	the quotation and trade reporting system 
0	regulation services provider other than the filer (see Exhibit M)	
EXHIBITS
File all Exhibits with the Filing.  For each Exhibit, include the name of the exchange 
or quotation and trade reporting system, the date of filing of the Exhibit and the date 
as of which the information is accurate (if different from the date of the filing).  If any 
Exhibit required is inapplicable, a statement to that effect shall be furnished instead of 
such Exhibit. 
Except as provided below, if the filer, recognized exchange or recognized quotation 
and trade reporting system files an amendment to the information provided in its 
Filing and the information relates to an Exhibit filed with the Filing or a subsequent 
amendment, the filer, recognized exchange or recognized quotation and trade 
reporting system, must, in order to comply with subsections 3.2(1), 3.2(2) or 3.2(3) of 
National Instrument 21-101, provide a description of the change, the expected date of 
the implementation of the change, and file a complete and updated Exhibit. The filer 
must provide a clean and a blacklined version showing changes from the previous 
filing.
If the filer, recognized exchange or recognized quotation and trade reporting system 
has otherwise filed the information required by the previous paragraph pursuant to 
section 5.5 of National Instrument 21-101, it is not required to file the information 
again as an amendment to an Exhibit. However, if supplementary material relating to 
a filed rule is contained in an Exhibit, an amendment to the Exhibit must also be filed.


Exhibit A - Corporate Governance
1.	Legal status:
?	Corporation
?	Partnership
?	Sole Proprietorship
?	Other (specify):
2.	Except where the exchange or quotation and trade reporting system is a sole 
proprietorship, indicate the following:
1.	Date (DD/MM/YYYY) of formation.
2.	Place of formation.
3.	Statute under which exchange or quotation and trade reporting system 
was organized.
3.	Provide a copy of the constating documents (including corporate by-laws), 
shareholder agreements, partnership agreements and other similar documents, 
and all subsequent amendments. 
4.	Provide the policies and procedures to address potential conflicts of interest 
arising from the operation of the marketplace or the services it provides, 
including those related to the commercial interest of the marketplace, the 
interests of its owners and its operators, the responsibilities and sound 
functioning of the marketplace, and those between the operations of the 
marketplace and its regulatory responsibilities. 
Exhibit B - Ownership
A list of the registered or beneficial holders of securities of, partnership interests in, or 
other ownership interests in, the exchange or recognized quotation and trade reporting 
system. For each of the persons listed in the Exhibit, please provide the following:
1.	Name.
2.	Principal business or occupation and title.
3.	Ownership interest.
4.	Nature of the ownership interest, including a description of the type of 
security, partnership interest or other ownership interest.
5.	Whether the person has control (as interpreted in subsection 1.3(2) of 
National Instrument 21-101 Marketplace Operation).
In the case of an exchange or quotation and trade reporting system that is publicly 
traded, if the exchange or quotation and trade reporting system is a corporation, 
please only provide a list of each shareholder that directly owns five percent or more 
of a class of a voting security of the exchange or quotation and trade reporting system.


Exhibit C - Organization
1.	A list of partners, officers, governors, and members of the board of directors 
and any standing committees of the board, or persons performing similar 
functions, who presently hold or have held their offices or positions during the 
previous year, indicating the following for each:
1.	Name.
2.	Principal business or occupation and title.
3.	Dates of commencement and expiry of present term of office or position.
4.	Type of business in which each is primarily engaged and current 
employer.
5.	Type of business in which each was primarily engaged in the preceding 
five years, if different from that set out in item 4.
6.	Whether the person is considered to be an independent director.
2.	A list of the committees of the board, including their mandates.
Exhibit D - Affiliates
1.	For each affiliated entity of the exchange or quotation and trade reporting 
system provide the name, head office address and describe the principal 
business of the affiliate.
2.	For each affiliated entity of the exchange or quotation and trade reporting 
system 
(i)	to which the exchange or quotation and trade reporting system has 
outsourced any of its key services or systems affecting the market or 
facility described in Exhibit E - Operations of the Marketplace, 
including order entry, trading, execution, routing and data, or 
(ii)	with which the exchange or quotation and trade reporting system has any 
other material business relationship, including loans, cross-guarantees, 
etc.,
provide the following information:
1. Name and address of the affiliate.
2. The name and title of the directors and officers, or persons performing 
similar functions, of the affiliate.
3. A description of the nature and extent of the contractual and other 
agreements with the exchange and quotation and trade reporting system, 
and the roles and responsibilities of the affiliate under the arrangement.
4. A copy of each material contract relating to any outsourced functions 
or other material relationship.
5. Copies of constating documents (including corporate by-laws), 
shareholder agreements, partnership agreements and other similar 
documents.
6. For the latest financial year of the affiliated entity, financial 
statements, which may be unaudited, prepared in accordance with:
a.	Canadian GAAP applicable to publicly accountable 
enterprises; or
b.	Canadian GAAP applicable to private enterprises; or
c.	IFRS.
Where the affiliated entity is incorporated or organized under the laws of 
a foreign jurisdiction, such financial statements may also be prepared in 
accordance with:
a.	U.S. GAAP; or
b.	accounting principles of a designated foreign jurisdiction as 
defined under National Instrument 52-107 Acceptable 
Accounting Principles and Auditing Standards.
Exhibit E - Operations of the Marketplace
Describe in detail the manner of operation of the market or facility and its associated 
functions. This should include, but not be limited to, a description of the following:
1.	The structure of the market (e.g., call market, auction market, dealer 
market).
2.	Means of access to the market or facility and services, including a 
description of any co-location arrangements.
3.	The hours of operation.
4.	A description of the services offered by the marketplace including, but 
not limited to, order entry, co-location, trading, execution, routing and 
data.
5.	A list of the types of orders offered, including, but not limited to, a 
description of the features and characteristics of orders.
6.	Procedures regarding the entry, display and execution of orders. If 
indications of interest are used, please describe the information they 
include and list the types of recipients.
7.	Description of how orders interact, including, but not limited to, the 
priority of execution for all order types.
8.	Description of order routing procedures.
9.	Description of order and trade reporting procedures.
10.	Description of procedures for clearance and settlement of transactions.
11.	The safeguards and procedures of the marketplace to protect trading 
information of marketplace participants.
12.	Training provided to participants and a copy of any materials provided 
both with respect to systems of the marketplace, the requirements of the 
marketplace, and the rules of the regulation services providers, if 
applicable.
13.	Steps taken to ensure that marketplace participants have knowledge of 
and comply with the requirements of the marketplace.
The filer must provide all policies, procedures and trading manuals related to the 
operation of the marketplace and, if applicable, the order router.
Exhibit F - Outsourcing
Where the exchange or quotation and trade reporting system has outsourced the 
operation of key services or systems affecting the market or facility described in 
Exhibit E - Operations of the Marketplace to an arms-length third party, including 
any function associated with the routing, trading, execution, data, clearing and 
settlement and, if applicable, surveillance, provide the following information:
1.	Name and address of person or company to which the function has been 
outsourced.
2.	A description of the nature and extent of the contractual or other 
agreement with the exchange or quotation and trade reporting system 
and the roles and responsibilities of the arms-length party under the 
arrangement.
3.	A copy of each material contract relating to any outsourced function.
Exhibit G - Systems and Contingency Planning
For each of the systems that support order entry, order routing, execution, trade 
reporting, trade comparison, data feed, market surveillance, and trade clearing, 
describe:
1.	Current and future capacity estimates.
2.	Procedures for reviewing system capacity.
3.	Procedures for reviewing system security.
4.	Procedures to conduct stress tests. 
5.	A description of the filer's business continuity and disaster recovery 
plans, including any relevant documentation.
6.	Procedures to test business continuity and disaster recovery plans.
Exhibit H - Custody of Assets
1.	If the exchange or quotation and trade reporting system proposes to hold funds 
or securities of a marketplace participant on a regular basis, a description of the 
controls that will be implemented to ensure the safety of the funds or securities.
2.	If any other person or company, other than the exchange or quotation and trade 
reporting system, will hold or safeguard funds or securities of a marketplace 
participant on a regular basis, provide the name of the person or company and a 
description of the controls that will be implemented to ensure the safety of the 
funds or securities.
Exhibit I - Securities
1.	List the types of securities listed on the exchange or quoted on the quotation 
and trade reporting system. If this is an initial filing, list the types of securities 
the Filer expects to list or quote.
2.	List the types of any other securities that are traded on the marketplace or 
quoted on the quotation and trade reporting system, indicating the exchange(s) 
on which such securities are listed. If this is an initial filing, list the types of 
securities the Filer expects to trade.
Exhibit J - Access to Services
1.	A complete set of all forms, agreements or other materials pertaining to access 
to the services of the marketplace described in Exhibit E.4, including trading 
on the exchange or quotation and trade reporting system.
2.	Describe the classes of marketplace participants.
3.	Describe the exchange or quotation and trade reporting service's criteria for 
access to the services of the marketplace. 
4.	Describe any differences in access to the services offered by the marketplace to 
different groups or classes of marketplace participants.
5.	Describe conditions under which marketplace participants may be subject to 
suspension or termination with regard to access to the services of the exchange 
or quotation and trade reporting system. 
6.	Describe any procedures that will be involved in the suspension or termination 
of a marketplace participant.
7.	Describe the exchange or quotation and trade reporting system's arrangements 
for permitting clients of marketplace participants to have access to the 
marketplace. Provide a copy of any agreements or documentation relating to 
these arrangements.
Exhibit K - Marketplace Participants
Provide an alphabetical list of all marketplace participants, including the following 
information:
1.	Name.
2.	Date of becoming a marketplace participant.
3.	Describe the type of trading activities engaged in by the marketplace 
participant (e.g., agency trading, proprietary trading, registered trading, 
market making).  
4.	The class of participation or other access.
5.	Provide a list of all persons or entities that were denied or limited access 
to the marketplace, indicating for each: 
(i) whether they were denied or limited access; 
(ii) the date the marketplace took such action; 
(iii) the effective date of such action; and 
(iv) the nature and reason for any denial or limitation of access.
Exhibit L - Fees	
A description of the fee model and all fees charged by the marketplace, or by a party 
to which services have been directly or indirectly outsourced, including, but not 
limited to, fees relating to connecting to the market or facility, access, data, regulation 
(if applicable), trading, routing, and co-location, how such fees are set, and any fee 
rebates or discounts and how the rebates and discounts are set.
Exhibit M - Regulation
Market Regulation is being conducted by:
0  the exchange or QTRS
1.	Provide a description of the regulation performed by the exchange or QTRS, 
including the structure of the department performing regulation, how the 
department is funded, policies and procedures in place to ensure confidentiality 
and the management of conflicts of interest, and policies and procedures 
relating to conducting an investigation. 
2.	If more than one entity is performing regulation services for a type of security 
and the filer is conducting market regulation for itself and its members, provide 
the contract between the filer and the regulation services provider providing for 
co-ordinated monitoring and enforcement under section 7.5 of National 
Instrument 23-101 Trading Rules.
0 a regulation services provider other than the filer (provide a copy of the contract 
between the filer and the regulation services provider.)


Exhibit N - Acknowledgement
The form of acknowledgement required by subsection 5.9(2) of National Instrument 
21-101.
CERTIFICATE OF EXCHANGE OR QUOTATION AND TRADE 
REPORTING SYSTEM
The undersigned certifies that the information given in this report is true and correct.
DATED at _______________ this _____ day of _______________ 20 _____
	
(Name of exchange or quotation and trade reporting system)
	
(Name of director, officer or partner - please type or print)
	
(Signature of director, officer or partner)
	
(Official capacity - please type or print).
_______________
16.	Form 21-101F2 - Initial Operation Report Alternative Trading System is 
replaced with the following:
FORM 21-101F2 
INITIAL OPERATION REPORT 
ALTERNATIVE TRADING SYSTEM 
TYPE OF FILING:
0	INITIAL OPERATION REPORT	0	AMENDMENT 
Identification:
1.	Full name of alternative trading system:
2.	Name(s) under which business is conducted, if different from item 1:
3.	If this filing makes a name change on behalf of the alternative trading system 
in respect of the name set out in Item 1 or Item 2, enter the previous name and 
the new name.
Previous name:
New name: 
4.	Head office
Address:
Telephone:
Facsimile:
5.	Mailing address (if different):
6.	Other offices
Address:
Telephone:
Facsimile:
7.	Website address:
8.	Contact employee
Name and title:
Telephone number:
Facsimile:
E-mail address:
9.	Counsel
Firm name:
Contact name:
Telephone number:
Facsimile:
E-mail address:
10.	The ATS is
0	a member of ...................... (name of the recognized self-regulatory 
entity)
0	a registered dealer
11.	If this is an initial operation report, the date the alternative trading system 
expects to commence operation: 
12.	The ATS has contracted with [regulation services provider] to perform market 
regulation for the ATS and its subscribers.


EXHIBITS
File all Exhibits with the Initial Operation Report.  For each Exhibit, include the name 
of the ATS, the date of filing of the Exhibit and the date as of which the information 
is accurate (if different from the date of the filing).  If any Exhibit required is 
inapplicable, a statement to that effect shall be furnished instead of such Exhibit.
If the ATS files an amendment to the information provided in its Initial Operation 
Report and the information relates to an Exhibit filed with the Initial Operation 
Report or a subsequent amendment, the ATS must, in order to comply with 
subsection 3.2(1), 3.2(2) or 3.2(3) of National Instrument 21-101, provide a 
description of the change, the expected date of the implementation of the change, and 
file a complete and updated Exhibit. The ATS must provide a clean and blacklined 
version showing changes from the previous filing.
Exhibit A - Corporate Governance
1.	Legal status:
?	Corporation
?	Partnership
?	Sole Proprietorship
?	Other (specify):
2.	Except where the ATS is a sole proprietorship, indicate the following:
1.	Date (DD/MM/YYYY) of formation.
2.	Place of formation.
3.	Statute under which the ATS was organized.
3.	Provide a copy of the constating documents (including corporate by-laws), 
shareholder agreements, partnership agreements and other similar documents, 
and all subsequent amendments. 
4.	Provide the policies and procedures to address conflicts of interest arising from 
the operation of the marketplace or the services it provides, including those 
related to the commercial interest of the marketplace, the interests of its owners 
and its operators, and the responsibilities and sound functioning of the 
marketplace. 
Exhibit B - Ownership
A list of the registered or beneficial holders of securities of, partnership interests in, or 
other ownership interests in, the ATS. For each of the persons listed in the Exhibit, 
please provide the following:
1.	Name.
2.	Principal business or occupation and title.
3.	Ownership interest.
4.	Nature of the ownership interest, including a description of the type of 
security, partnership interest or other ownership interest.
5.	Whether the person has control (as interpreted in subsection 1.3(2) of 
National Instrument 21-101 Marketplace Operation).
In the case of an ATS that is publicly traded, if the ATS is a corporation, please only 
provide a list of each shareholder that directly owns five percent or more of a class of 
a voting security of the ATS.
Exhibit C - Organization
1.	A list of partners, officers, governors, and members of the board of directors 
and any standing committees of the board, or persons performing similar 
functions, who presently hold or have held their offices or positions during the 
previous year, indicating the following for each:
1.	Name.
2.	Principal business or occupation and title.
3.	Dates of commencement and expiry of present term of office or position.
4.	Type of business in which each is primarily engaged and current 
employer.
5.	Type of business in which each was primarily engaged in the preceding 
five years, if different from that set out in item 4.
6.	Whether the person is considered to be an independent director.
2.	A list of the committees of the board, including their mandates. 
Exhibit D - Affiliates
1.	For each affiliated entity of the ATS provide the name, head office address and 
describe the principal business of the affiliate.
2.	For each affiliated entity of the ATS
(i)	to which the ATS has outsourced any of its key services or systems 
affecting the market or facility described in Exhibit E - Operations of 
the Marketplace, including order entry, trading, execution, routing and 
data, or 
(ii)	with which the ATS has any other material business relationship, 
including loans, cross-guarantees, etc.
provide the following information:
1.	Name and address of the affiliate.
2.	The name and title of the directors and officers, or persons performing 
similar functions, of the affiliate.
3.	A description of the nature and extent of the contractual and other 
agreements with the ATS and the roles and responsibilities of the 
affiliate under the arrangement.
4.	A copy of each material contract relating to any outsourced functions or 
other material relationship.
5.	Copies of constating documents (including corporate by-laws), 
shareholder agreements, partnership agreements and other similar 
documents.
Exhibit E - Operations of the Marketplace
Describe in detail the manner of operation of the market and its associated functions. 
This should include, but not be limited to, a description of the following:
1.	The structure of the market (e.g., call market, auction market, dealer 
market).
2.	Means of access to the market or facility and services, including a 
description of any co-location arrangements.
3.	The hours of operation.
4.	A description of the services offered by the marketplace including, but 
not limited to, order entry, co-location, trading, execution, routing and 
data.
5.	A list of the types of orders offered, including, but not limited to, a 
description of the features and characteristics of orders.
6.	Procedures regarding the entry, display and execution of orders. If 
indications of interest are used, please describe the information they 
include and list the types of recipients.
7.	Description of how orders interact, including, but not limited to, the 
priority of execution for all order types.
8.	Description of order routing procedures.
9.	Description of order and trade reporting procedures.
10.	Description of procedures for clearance and settlement of transactions.
11.	The safeguards and procedures of the marketplace to protect trading 
information of marketplace participants.
12.	Training provided to participants and a copy of any materials provided 
both with respect to systems of the marketplace, the requirements of the 
marketplace, and the rules of the regulation services providers, if 
applicable.
13.	Steps taken to ensure that marketplace participants have knowledge of 
and comply with the requirements of the marketplace.
The filer must provide all policies, procedures and trading manuals related to the 
operation of the marketplace and, if applicable, the order router. 
Exhibit F - Outsourcing
Where the ATS has outsourced the operation of key services or systems affecting the 
market or facility described in Exhibit E - Operations of the Marketplace to an arms-
length third party, including any function associated with the routing, trading, 
execution, clearing and settlement, and co-location, provide the following 
information:
1.	Name and address of person or company to which the function has been 
outsourced.
2.	A description of the nature and extent of the contractual or other 
agreement with the ATS and the roles and responsibilities of the arms-
length party under the arrangement.
3.	A copy of each material contract relating to any outsourced function.
Exhibit G - Systems and Contingency Planning
For each of the systems that support order entry, order routing, execution, trade 
reporting, trade comparison, data feed, market surveillance, and trade clearing, 
describe:
1.	Current and future capacity estimates.
2.	Procedures for reviewing system capacity.
3.	Procedures for reviewing system security.
4.	Procedures to conduct stress tests. 
5.	A description of the filer's business continuity and disaster recovery 
plans, including any relevant documentation.
6.	Procedures to test business continuity and disaster recovery plans.
Exhibit H - Custody of Assets
1.	If the ATS proposes to hold funds or securities of a marketplace participant on 
a regular basis, a description of the controls that will be implemented to ensure 
the safety of the funds or securities.
2.	If any other person or company, other than the ATS, will hold or safeguard 
funds or securities of a marketplace participant on a regular basis, provide the 
name of the person or company and a description of the controls that will be 
implemented to ensure the safety of the funds or securities.
Exhibit I - Securities 
List the types of securities that are traded on the ATS, indicating the exchange(s) on 
which such securities are listed. If this is an initial filing, the types of securities the 
ATS expects to trade.
Exhibit J - Access to Services
1.	A complete set of all forms, agreements or other materials pertaining to access 
to the services of the marketplace described in Exhibit E.4, including trading 
on the ATS.
2.	Describe the classes of marketplace participants (i.e. dealer, institution, or 
retail).
3.	Describe the ATS's criteria for access to the services of the marketplace.
4.	Describe any differences in access to the services offered by the marketplace to 
different groups or classes of marketplace participants.
5.	Describe conditions under which marketplace participants may be subject to 
suspension or termination with regard to access to the services of the ATS. 
6.	Describe any procedures that will be involved in the suspension or termination 
of a marketplace participant.
7.	Describe the ATS's arrangements for permitting clients of marketplace 
participants to have access to the marketplace. Provide a copy of any 
agreements or documentation relating to these arrangements.
Exhibit K - Marketplace Participants
Provide an alphabetical list of all marketplace participants, including the following 
information:
1.	Name.
2.	Date of becoming a marketplace participant.
3.	Describe the type of trading activities primarily engaged in by the 
marketplace participant (e.g., agency trading, proprietary trading, 
registered trading, market making).  
4.	The class of participation or other access.
5.	Provide a list of all persons or entities that were denied or limited access 
to the marketplace, indicating for each:
(i) whether they were denied or limited access;
(ii) the date the marketplace took such action;
(iii) the effective date of such action; and
(iv) the nature and reason for any denial or limitation of access.
Exhibit L - Fees
A description of the fee model and all fees charged by the marketplace, or by a party 
to which services have been directly or indirectly outsourced, including, but not 
limited to, fees relating to connecting to the market or facility, access, data, regulation 
(if applicable), trading, routing, and co-location, how such fees are set and any fee 
rebates or discounts and how the rebates and discounts are set.
Exhibit M - Regulation
The ATS has contracted with regulation services provider ............................. to 
perform market regulation for ATS and its subscribers. Provide a copy of the contract 
between the filer and the regulation services provider.
Exhibit N - Acknowledgement
The form of acknowledgement required by subsections 5.9(2) and 6.11(2) of National 
Instrument 21-101.
CERTIFICATE OF ALTERNATIVE TRADING SYSTEM
The undersigned certifies that the information given in this report is true and correct.
DATED at_________________this_____day of________________20___
	
(Name of alternative trading system)
	
(Name of director, officer or partner - please type or print)
	
(Signature of director, officer or partner)
	
(Official capacity - please type or print).
_______________
17.	Form 21-101F3 Quarterly Report of Alternative Trading System Activities is 
replaced with the following:
FORM 21-101F3  
QUARTERLY REPORT OF MARKETPLACE ACTIVITIES
A.	General Marketplace Information
1.	Marketplace Name:
2.	Period covered by this report:
3.	Identification
A.	Full name of marketplace (if sole proprietor, last, first and middle 
name):
B.	Name(s) under which business is conducted, if different from 
item A:
C.	Marketplace main street address:
4.	Attach as Exhibit A a current list of all marketplace participants at the end of 
the period covered by this report, identifying those marketplace participants that are 
using the marketplace's co-location services, if any. For each marketplace participant, 
indicate the number of trader IDs that may access the marketplace.
5.	Attach as Exhibit B a list of all marketplace participants granted, denied or 
limited access to the marketplace during the period covered by this report, indicating 
for each marketplace participant: (a) whether they were granted, denied or limited 
access; (b) the date the marketplace took such action; (c) the effective date of such 
action; and (d) the nature of any denial or limitation of access.
6.	A list of all amendments in the information in Form 21-101F1 or 21-101F2 that 
were filed with the Canadian securities regulatory authorities and implemented during 
the period covered by the report. The list must include a brief description of each 
amendment, the date filed and the date implemented.
7.	A list of all amendments in the information in Form 21-101F1 or 21-101F2 that 
have been filed with the Canadian securities regulatory authorities but not 
implemented as of the end of the period covered by the report. The list must include a 
brief description of each amendment, the date filed and the reason why it was not 
implemented. 
8.	Systems - If any outages occurred at any time during the period for any system 
relating to trading activity, including trading, routing or data, provide the date, 
duration and reason for the outage.
B.	Marketplace Activity Information
Section 1 -Marketplaces Trading Exchange-Listed Securities
1.	General trading activity - For each type of security traded on the 
marketplace, provide the details (where appropriate) requested in the form set out in 
Chart 1. The information should be provided for transactions executed at the opening 
of the market, during regular trading hours, and after hours during the quarter. Enter 
"None", "N/A", or "0" where appropriate.
Chart 1 - General trading activity for marketplaces trading exchange-listed 
securities



Category
Of
Securities
Volume
Value
Number of Trades

Transparent
Non- 
Transparent
Transparent
Non- 
Transparent
Transparent
Non- 
Transparent
Exchange-Traded Securities
1. Equity 
(includes 
preferred 
shares)






2. 
Exchange-
traded 
funds 
(ETFs)






3. Debt 
securities






4. Options






Foreign Exchange-Traded Securities
1. Equity 
(includes 
preferred 
shares)






2. ETFs






3. Debt 
securities






4. Options






2.	Crosses - Provide the details (where appropriate) requested in the form set out 
in Chart 2 below for each type of cross executed on the marketplace for trades 
executed at the opening of the market, during regular trading and after hours during 
the quarter. Enter "None", "N/A", or "0" where appropriate.
Chart 2 - Crosses
Types of Crosses
% Volume
% Value
% Number of 
Trades
% of exchange-traded securities that are
1. Intentional 
Crosses 




2. Internal crosses



3. Other crosses



3.	Order information - Provide the details (where appropriate) requested in the 
form set out in Chart 3 below for each type of order in exchange traded securities 
executed on the marketplace for orders entered at the opening of the market, during 
regular trading and after hours during the quarter. Enter "none", "N/A" or "0" where 
appropriate.
Chart 3 - Order information
Types of Orders
Number of 
Orders
% Orders 
Executed
% Orders 
Cancelled 
1. Anonymous 



2. Fully transparent



3. Pegged orders



4. Fully hidden



5. Separate dark 
facility of a 
transparent market



6. Partially hidden 
(reserve)



7. Total number of 
orders entered 
during the quarter



4.	Trading by security - Provide the details requested in the form set out in 
Chart 4 below for the 10 most traded securities on the marketplace (based on the 
volume of securities traded) for trades executed at the opening of the market, during 
regular trading and after hours during the quarter. Enter "None", "N/A", or "0" where 
appropriate.
Chart 4 - Most traded securities
Category of Securities
Volume
Value
Number of 
Trades
Exchange-Traded Securities
1. Equity (includes preferred 
shares)
[Name of Securities]
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.



2. ETFs
[Name of Securities]
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.



3. Debt 
[Enter issuer, maturity and 
coupon]
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.



Foreign Exchange-Traded Securities
1. Equity (includes preferred 
shares)
[Name of Securities]
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.



2. ETFs
[Name of Securities]
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.



3. Debt 
[Name of Securities]
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.



5.	Trading by marketplace participant - Provide the details requested in the 
form set out in Chart 5 below for the top 10 marketplace participants (based on the 
volume of securities traded). The information should be provided for the total trading 
volume, including for trades executed at the opening of the market, during regular 
trading and after hours during the quarter. Enter "None", "N/A", or "0" where 
appropriate. Where a marketplace's marketplace participants are dealers and non-
dealers, the marketplace should complete a separate chart for each.
Chart 5 - Concentration of trading by marketplace participant 
Marketplace Participant Name
Total Active 
Volume
Total Passive 
Volume
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.


6.	Routing activities - Indicate the percentage of marketplace participants that 
used marketplace-owned or third-party or affiliated routing services during the 
reporting period. In addition, provide the information in Chart 6 below.
Chart 6 - Routing of marketplace orders

Percentage
Number of orders executed on the reporting 
marketplace

Number of orders routed to away marketplaces (list all 
marketplaces where orders were routed)

Number of orders that are marked and treated as 
Directed Action Orders (DAO)

7.	Co-location - Indicate the percentage of marketplace participants that are using 
the marketplace's co-location services, if any.
Section 2 - Fixed Income Marketplaces
1.	General trading activity - Provide the details (where appropriate) requested in 
the form set out in Chart 7 below for each type of fixed income security traded on the 
marketplace for transactions executed during regular trading hours. Enter "None", 
"N/A", or "0" where appropriate.
Chart 7 - Fixed income activity
Category of Securities
Value Traded
Number of Trades
Domestic Unlisted Debt Securities 
- Government


1. Federal


2. Federal Agency


3. Provincial and Municipal


Domestic Unlisted Debt Securities 
- Corporate


Domestic Unlisted Debt Securities 
- Other


Foreign Unlisted Debt Securities - 
Government


Foreign Unlisted Debt Securities - 
Corporate


Foreign Unlisted Debt Securities - 
Other


2.	Trading by security - Provide the details requested in the form set out in 
Chart 8 below for the 10 most traded fixed income securities on the marketplace 
(based on the value of the volume traded) for trades executed during regular trading 
hours during the quarter. Enter "None", "N/A", or "0" where appropriate.
Chart 8 - Most traded fixed income securities
Category of Securities
Value Traded
Number of Trades
Domestic Unlisted Debt Securities 
- Government
1. Federal
[Enter issuer, maturity, coupon]
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.


2. Federal Agency
[Enter issuer, maturity, coupon]
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.


3. Provincial and Municipal
[Enter issuer, maturity, coupon]
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.


Domestic Unlisted Debt Securities 
- Corporate
[Enter issuer, maturity, coupon]
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.


Domestic Unlisted Debt Securities 
- Other
[Enter issuer, maturity, coupon]
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.


Foreign Unlisted Debt Securities - 
Government 
[Enter issuer, maturity, coupon]
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.


Foreign Unlisted Debt Securities - 
Corporate 
[Enter issuer, maturity, coupon]
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.


Foreign Unlisted Debt Securities - 
Other
[Enter issuer, maturity, coupon]
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.


3.	Trading by marketplace participant - Provide the details requested in the 
form set out in Chart 9 below for the top 10 marketplace participants for trades 
executed during regular trading hours during the quarter. Enter "None", "N/A", or "0" 
where appropriate. If marketplace participants are dealers and non-dealer institutions, 
the marketplace should complete a separate chart for each.
Chart 9 - Concentration of trading by marketplace participant
Marketplace Participant Name
Value Traded
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Section 3 - Securities Lending Marketplaces
1.	General lending activity - Please provide details (where appropriate) 
requested in the form set out in Chart 10 below for each type of securities loaned on 
the marketplace. Enter "None", "N/A" or "0" where appropriate.
Chart 10 - Lending activity
Category of Securities
Quantity of Securities 
Lent During the 
Quarter
Aggregate Value of 
Securities Lent During 
the Quarter
Domestic
1. Corporate Equity 
Securities


1.1. Common Shares


1.2. Preferred Shares


2. Non-Corporate Equity 
Securities (e.g., trust units, 
partnership units, 
etc.)(please specify)


3. Government Debt 
Securities


4. Corporate Debt Securities


5. Other Fixed Income 
Securities (please specify)


Foreign
1. Corporate Equity 
Securities


1.1. Common Shares


1.2. Preferred Shares


2. Non-Corporate Equity 
Securities (e.g., trust units, 
partnership units, 
etc.)(please specify) 


3. Government Debt 
Securities


4. Corporate Debt Securities


5. Other Fixed Income 
Securities (please specify)


2.	Trading per marketplace participant - Provide the details requested in the 
form set out in Chart 11 and Chart 12 below for the top 10 borrowers and lenders 
based on their aggregate value of securities borrowed or loaned, respectively, during 
the quarter.
Chart 11 - Concentration of activity by borrower
Borrower Name
Aggregate Value of Securities 
Borrowed During the Quarter
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Chart 12 - Concentration of activity by lender
Lender Name
Aggregate Value of Securities Loaned 
During the Quarter
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

3.	Lending activity by security - Provide the details requested in the form set 
out in Chart 13 below for the 10 most loaned securities on the marketplace (based on 
the quantity of securities loaned during the quarter). Enter "None", "N/A" or "0" 
where appropriate.
Chart 13 - Most loaned securities
Category of Securities
Quantity of 
Securities Lent 
During the Quarter
Aggregate Value of 
Securities Lent During 
the Quarter
Domestic
1. Common Shares
[Name of Security]
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.


2. Preferred Shares
[Name of Security]
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.


3. Non-Corporate Equity 
Securities
[Name of Security]
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.


4. Government Debt Securities
[Name of Security]
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.


5. Corporate Debt Securities
[Name of Security]
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.


6. Other Fixed Income 
Securities
[Name of Security]
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.


Foreign
1. Common Shares
[Name of Security]
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.


2. Preferred Shares
[Name of Security]
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.


3. Non-Corporate Equity 
Securities
[Name of Security]
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.


4. Government Debt Securities
[Name of Security]
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.


5. Corporate Debt Securities
[Name of Security]
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.


6. Other Fixed Income 
Securities
[Name of Security]
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.


Section 4 - Derivatives Marketplaces in Quebec
1.	General trading activity - For each category of product traded on the 
marketplace, provide the details (where appropriate) requested in the form set out in 
Chart 14 below. For products other than options on ETFs and equity options, provide 
the details on a product-by-product basis in the appropriate category. Details for 
options on ETFs and equity options should be provided on an aggregate basis (one 
total for options on ETFs and one for options on equities). The information should be 
provided for transactions executed in the early session, during the regular session, and 
in the extended session during the quarter. Enter "None", "N/A", or "0" where 
appropriate.
Chart 14 - General trading activity
Category of Product
Volume
Number of 
Trades
Open Interest (End of 
Quarter)
Futures Products
1(a) Interest rate - short 
term



1(b) Interest rate - long 
term



2. Index 



3. ETF 



4. Equity 



5. Currency 



6. Energy 



7. Others, please specify



Options Products
1(a) Interest rate -short 
term



1(b) Interest rate - long 
term



2. Index 



3. ETF 



4. Equity 



5. Currency



6. Energy 



7. Others, please specify



2.	Trades resulting from pre-negotiation discussions - Provide the details 
(where appropriate) requested in the form set out in Chart 15 below by product and 
for each type of trade resulting from pre-negotiation discussions. For products other 
than options on ETFs and equity options, provide the details on a product-by-product 
basis in the appropriate category. Details for options on ETFs and equity options 
should be provided on an aggregate basis (one total for ETFs and one for equities). 
The information should be provided for trades executed in the early session, during 
the regular session and in the extended session during the quarter. Enter "None", 
"N/A", or "0" where appropriate.
Chart 15 - Trades resulting from pre-negotiation discussions
Type of Trade
% of Volume
% Number of Trades
Futures Products
A. Cross


B. Pre-arranged


C. Block


D. Exchange for physical


E. Exchange for risk


F. Riskless basis cross


G. Others, please specify


Options Products
A. Cross


B. Pre-arranged


C. Block


D. Exchange for physical


E. Exchange for risk


F. Riskless basis cross


G. Others, please specify


3.	Order information - Provide the details (where appropriate) requested in the 
form set out in Chart 16 below by product and for each type of order in exchange 
traded contracts executed on the marketplace. For products other than options on 
ETFs and equity options, provide the details on a product-by-product basis in the 
appropriate category. Details for options on ETFs and equity options should be 
provided on an aggregate basis (one total for options on ETFs and one for options on 
equities).The information should be provided for orders entered in the early session, 
during the regular session and in the extended session during the quarter. Enter 
"none", "N/A" or "0" where appropriate.
Chart 16 - Order information 
Type of Orders
% Volume
% Number of Trades
1. Anonymous


2. Fully transparent


3. Pegged orders 


4. Fully hidden


5. Separate dark facility 
of a transparent market


6. Partially hidden 
(reserve, for example, 
iceberg orders)


4.	Trading by product - Provide the details requested in the form set out in 
Chart 17 below. For each product other than options on ETFs and equity options, list 
the most actively-traded contracts (by volume) on the marketplace that in the 
aggregate constitute at least 75% of the total volume for each product during the 
quarter. The list must include at least 3 contracts. For options on ETFs and equity 
options, list the 10 most actively traded classes by volume. Details for options on 
ETFs and equity options should be provided on an aggregate basis (one total for 
options on ETFs and one for options on equities). The information should be provided 
for trades executed in the early session, during the regular session and in the extended 
session during the quarter. Enter "None", "N/A", or "0" where appropriate.
Chart 17 - Most traded contracts
Category of Product
Volume
Number of 
Trades
Open Interest 
(Number/End of 
Quarter)
Futures Products
1. Name of products - 3 
most-traded contracts 
(or more as applicable)
1.
2.
3.



Options Products
2. ETF
[Classes]
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.



3. Equity
[Classes] 
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.



4. Other listed options 
(specify for each) - 3 
most traded contracts (or 
more as applicable)
1.
2.
3.



5.	Concentration of trading by marketplace participant - Provide the details 
requested in the form set out in Chart 18 below. For each product other than options 
on ETFs and equity options, list the top marketplace participants whose aggregate 
trading (by volume) constituted at least 75% of the total volume traded. The list must 
include at least 3 marketplace participants. For options on ETFs and equity options, 
provide the top 10 most active marketplace participants (by volume). The information 
should be provided on an aggregate basis (one total for options on ETFs and one for 
options on equities).  The information should be provided for trades executed in the 
early session, during the regular session and in the extended session during the 
quarter. Enter "None", "N/A", or "0" where appropriate.
Chart 18 - Concentration of trading by marketplace participant
Product Name
Marketplace 
Participant Name
Volume
Futures
Product Name (specify for each)

1.
2.
3. (more if necessary)

Options
ETF
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Equity
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Other options (specify for each)
1.
2.
3. (more if necessary)

6.	Co-location
Indicate the percentage of marketplace participants that are using the marketplace's 
co-location services, if any.
C.	Certificate of Marketplace
The undersigned certifies that the information given in this report relating to the 
marketplace is true and correct.
DATED at_________________this_____day of________________20___
______________________________
(Name of Marketplace)
______________________________
(Name of director, officer or partner - please type or print)
______________________________
(Signature of director, officer or partner)
_______________________________
(Official capacity - please type or print).
_______________
18.	Form 21-101F5 Initial Operation Report for Information Processor is replaced 
with the following:
FORM 21-101F5 
INITIAL OPERATION REPORT FOR INFORMATION PROCESSOR
TYPE OF FILING:
? INITIAL FORM		? AMENDMENT 
GENERAL INFORMATION
1.	Full name of information processor:
2.	Name(s) under which business is conducted, if different from item 1:
3.	If this filing makes a name change on behalf of the information processor in respect of 
the name set out in item 1 or item 2, enter the previous name and the new name:
Previous name:
New name:
4.	Head office
Address:
Telephone:
Facsimile:
5.	Mailing address (if different):
6.	Other offices
Address:
Telephone:
Facsimile:
7.	Website address:
8.	Contact employee
Name and title:
Telephone number:
Facsimile:
E-mail address:
9.	Counsel
Firm name:
Contact name:
Telephone number:
Facsimile:
E-mail address:
10.	List of all marketplaces, dealers or other parties for which the information processor is 
acting or for which it proposes to act as an information processor. For each marketplace, dealer 
or other party, provide a description of the function(s) which the information processor 
performs or proposes to perform.
11.	List all types of securities for which information will be collected, processed, 
distributed or published by the information processor. For each such marketplace, dealer or 
other party, provide a list of all securities for which information with respect to quotations for, 
or transactions in, is or is proposed to be collected, processed, distributed or published.
Exhibits
File all Exhibits with the Initial Form. For each Exhibit, include the name of the information 
processor, the date of filing of the Exhibit and the date as of which the information is accurate (if 
different from the date of the filing). If any Exhibit required is inapplicable, a statement to that 
effect shall be furnished instead of such Exhibit.
If the information processor files an amendment to the information provided in its Initial Form, 
and the information relates to an Exhibit filed with the Initial Form or a subsequent 
amendment, the information processor must, in order to comply with sections 14.1 and 14.2 
of National Instrument 21-101 provide a description of the change, the expected date of the 
implementation of the change, and file a complete and updated Exhibit. The information 
processor must provide a clean and a blacklined version showing changes from the previous 
filing.
Exhibit A - Corporate Governance
1.	Legal status:
? Corporation
? Sole Proprietorship
? Partnership 
? Other (specify):
2.	Except where the information processor is a sole proprietorship, indicate the 
date and place where the information processor obtained its legal status (e.g., 
place of incorporation, place where partnership agreement was filed or where 
information processor was formed):
1.	Date (DD/MM/YYYY) of  formation.
2.	Place of formation.
3.	Statute under which the information processor was organized.
3.	Provide a copy of the constating documents (including corporate by-laws), 
shareholder agreements, partnership agreements and other similar documents, 
and all subsequent documents.
4.	Provide the policies and procedures which promote independence of the 
information processor from the marketplaces, inter-dealer bond brokers and 
dealers that provide data.
5.	Provide the policies and procedures which address the potential conflicts of 
interest between the interests of the information processor and its owners, 
partners, directors and officers.


Exhibit B  - Ownership
List any person or company who owns 10 percent or more of the information processor's 
outstanding shares or who, either directly or indirectly, through agreement or otherwise, in 
any other manner, may control or direct the management or policies of the information 
processor. Provide the full name and address of each such person and attach a copy of the 
agreement or, if there is none written, describe the agreement or basis through which such 
person exercises or may exercise such control or direction.
Exhibit C - Organization
1.  A list of the partners, directors, governors, and members of the board of directors and any 
standing committees of the board or persons performing similar functions who presently hold 
or have held their offices or positions during the previous year identifying those individuals 
with overall responsibility for the integrity and timeliness of data reported to and displayed 
by the system (the "System") of the information processor, indicating the following for each:
1.	Name.
2.	Principal business or occupation and title.
3.	Dates of commencement and expiry of present term of office or position.
4.	Type of business in which each is primarily engaged and current employer.
5.	Type of business in which each was primarily engaged in the preceding five 
years, if different from that set out in item 4.
6.	Whether the person is considered to be an independent director. 
7.	A list of the committees of the board, including their mandates.
8.	A narrative or graphic description of the organizational structure of the 
information processor.
Exhibit D - Staffing 	
A description of the personnel qualifications for each category of professional, non-professional 
and supervisory employee employed by the information processor. Detail whether the 
personnel are employed by the information processor or a third party, identifying the 
employees responsible for monitoring the timeliness and integrity of data reported to and 
displayed by the System.
Exhibit E - Affiliates	
For each affiliated entity of the information processor, and for any person or company with 
whom the information processor has a contractual or other agreement relating to the operations 
of the information processor, including loans or cross-guarantees, provide the following 
information:
1.	Name and address of person or company.
2.	Form of organization (e.g., association, corporation, partnership, etc.).
3.	Name of location and statute citation under which organized. 
4.	Date of incorporation in present form.
5.	Description of nature and extent of affiliation and/or contractual or other 
agreement with the information processor.
6.	Description of business or functions of the affiliates.
7.	If a person or company has ceased to be an affiliated entity of the information 
processor during the previous year or ceased to have a contractual or other 
agreement relating to the operation of the information processor during the 
previous year, provide a brief statement of the reasons for termination of the 
relationship.
Exhibit F - Services
A description in narrative form of each service or function performed by the information 
processor. Include a description of all procedures utilized for the collection, processing, 
distribution, validation and publication of information with respect to orders and trades in 
securities.
Exhibit G - System and Operations	
1.	Describe the manner of operation of the System of the information processor that 
collects, processes, distributes and publishes information in accordance with National 
Instruments 21-101 and 23-101. This description should include the following:
1.	The means of access to the System.
2.	Procedures governing entry and display of quotations and orders in the System 
including data validation processes.
3.	A description of any measures used to verify the timeliness and accuracy of 
information received and disseminated by the system, including the processes 
to resolve data integrity issues identified.
4.	The hours of operation of the System.
5.	Description of the training provided to users of the System and any materials 
provided to the users.
2.	Include a list of all computer hardware utilized by the information processor to 
perform the services or functions listed in Exhibit F, indicating:
1.	Manufacturer, and manufacturer's equipment and identification number. 
2.	Whether purchased or leased (if leased, duration of lease and any provisions 
for purchase or renewal). 
3.	Where such equipment (exclusive of terminals and other access devices) is 
physically located.
3.	Provide a description of the measures or procedures implemented by the information 
processor to provide for the security of any system employed to perform the functions 
of an information processor. This should include a general description of any physical 
and operational safeguards designed to prevent unauthorized access to the system. 
4.	Provide a description of all backup systems which are designed to prevent 
interruptions in the performance of any information providing functions as a result 
of technical malfunctions or otherwise in the system itself, in any permitted input 
or output system connection or as a result of any independent source.
5.	Describe the business continuity and disaster recovery plans of the information 
processor, and provide any relevant documentation.
6.	List each type of interruption which has lasted for more than two minutes and has 
occurred within the six (6) months preceding the date of the filing, including the date 
of each interruption, the cause and duration. Provide the total number of interruptions 
which have lasted two minutes or less. 
7.	Describe the procedures for reviewing system capacity, and indicate current and 
future capacity estimates.
8.	Quantify in appropriate units of measure the limits on the information processor's 
capacity to receive, collect, process, store or display the data elements included within 
each function.
9.	Identify the factors (mechanical, electronic or other) which account for the 
current limitations on the capacity to receive, collect, process, store or display the data 
elements included within each function described in section 8 above.
10.	Describe the procedures for conducting stress tests.
Exhibit H - Outsourcing
Where the information processor has outsourced the operation of any aspect of the services 
listed in Exhibit F to an arms-length third party, including any function related to the 
collection, consolidation, and dissemination of data, provide the following information:
1.	Name and address of person or company to whom the function has been outsourced.
2.	A description of the nature and extent of the contractual or other agreement with the 
information processor, and the roles and responsibilities of the arms-length third party 
under the arrangement.
3.	A copy of each material contract relating to any outsourced function.
Exhibit I - Financial Viability
1.	Provide a business plan with pro forma financial statements and estimates of revenue.
2.	Discuss the financial viability of the information processor in the context of having 
sufficient financial resources to properly perform its functions.
Exhibit J - Fees and Revenue Sharing
1.	Provide a complete list of all fees and other charges imposed, or to be imposed, 
by or on behalf of the information processor for its information services. This 
would include all fees to provide data and fees to receive the data from the 
information processor. 
2.	Where arrangements exists to share revenue from the sale of data disseminated by the 
information processor with marketplaces, inter-dealer bond brokers and dealers that 
provide data to the information processor in accordance with National Instrument 21-
101, a complete description of the arrangements and the basis for these 
arrangements.
Exhibit K - Reporting to the Information Processor
1.	List all persons and entities that provide data to the information processor in 
accordance with the requirements of National Instrument 21-101.
2.	Provide a complete set of all forms, agreements and other materials pertaining to the 
provision of data to the information processor.
3.	A description of any specifications or criteria required of marketplaces, inter-
dealer bond brokers or dealers who provide securities information to the 
information processor for collection, processing for distribution or publication. 
Identify those specifications or criteria which limit, are interpreted to limit or have the 
effect of limiting access to or use of any services provided by the information processor 
and state the reasons for imposing such specifications or criteria. 
4.	For each instance during the past year in which any person or entity has been 
prohibited or limited to provide data by the information processor, indicate the name of 
each such person or entity and the reason for the prohibition or limitation.
Exhibit L - Access to the Services of the Information Processor
1.	A list of all persons and entities who presently subscribe or who have notified the 
information processor of their intention to subscribe to the services of the information 
processor.
2.	The form of contract governing the terms by which persons may subscribe to the 
services of an information processor.
3.	A description of any specifications or criteria which limit, are interpreted to limit or 
have the effect of limiting access to or use of any services provided by the information 
processor and state the reasons for imposing such specifications or criteria. This applies 
to limits relating to providing information to the information processor and the limits 
relating to accessing the consolidated feed distributed by the information processor.
4.	For each instance during the past year in which any person has been prohibited or 
limited in respect of access to services offered by the information processor, indicate the 
name of each such person and the reason for the prohibition or limitation.
Exhibit M -  Selection of Securities for which Information Must Be Reported to the 
Information Processor
Where the information processor is responsible for making a determination of the data 
which must be reported, including the securities for which information must be 
reported in accordance with National Instrument 21-101, describe the manner of 
selection and communication of these securities. This description should include the 
following:
1.	The criteria used to determine the securities for which information must be 
reported and the data which must be reported to the information processor.
2.	The process for selection of the securities, including a description of the parties 
consulted in the process and the frequency of the selection process.
3.	The process to communicate the securities selected and data to be reported to 
the marketplaces, inter-dealer bond brokers and dealers providing the 
information as required by National Instrument 21-101. The description should 
include where this information is located.
CERTIFICATE OF INFORMATION PROCESSOR
The undersigned certifies that the information given in this report is true and correct. 
DATED at_________________this_____day of________________20___
______________________________
(Name of information processor)
______________________________
(Name of director, officer or partner - please type or print)
______________________________
(Signature of director, officer or partner)
______________________________
(Official capacity - please type or print).
*******
19.	(1) Subject to subsection (2), this Instrument comes into force on July 1, 2012.
     (2) Section 17 of this Instrument comes into force on December 31, 2012.


Alberta Securities Commission
NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 23-101 TRADING RULES
AMENDING INSTRUMENT
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on March 14, 2012 pursuant to 
sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
AMENDMENTS TO NATIONAL INSTRUMENT 23-101 TRADING RULES
1.	National Instrument 23-101 Trading Rules is amended by this Instrument.
2.	Part 6 is amended by
(a)	replacing "The following are the trade-throughs referred to in paragraph 
6.1(1)(a)" with "For the purposes of paragraph 6.1(1)(a) the permitted 
trade-throughs are" in section 6.2, and
(b)	replacing "marketplace participant" with "marketplace participant or a      
marketplace that routes or reprices orders" in section 6.5.
3.	Part 11 is amended by
(a)	 replacing "this Part" with "the requirements in section 11.2" in 
subsection 11.1(2),
(b)	replacing "record" with "record in electronic form" in subsection 
11.2(1),
(c)	replacing "; and" with ";" in paragraph 11.2(1)(r),
(d)	replacing "." with ";" in paragraph 11.2(1)(s),
(e)	adding the following after paragraph 11.2(1)(s):
(t) each unique client identifier assigned to a client accessing the 
marketplace using direct electronic access; and
(u) whether the order is a directed-action order., and
(f)	replacing "records" with "records in electronic form" in subsection 
11.2(7).
4.	This Instrument comes into force on July 1, 2012.
Alberta Securities Commission
MULTILATERAL INSTRUMENT 11-102 PASSPORT SYSTEM
AMENDING INSTRUMENT
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on March 14, 2012 pursuant to 
sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
AMENDMENTS TO 
MULTILATERAL INSTRUMENT 11-102 PASSPORT SYSTEM
1. Multilateral Instrument 11-102 Passport System is amended by this Instrument. 
2. Appendix D is amended by repealing the row that contains "Marketplace 
operation" in the Provision column and substituting the following row: 
Marketplace operation

NI 21-101
(only Parts 3, 4, 7, 8, 11 and 13 and sections 5.1(1), 
5.1(2), 5.9, 5.10, 6.1, 6.2, 6.3, 6.7, 6.9 and 6.11, as those 
parts and sections apply to an ATS)
4. The provisions of this Instrument come into force on July 1, 2012.
Alberta Securities Commission
MULTILATERAL INSTRUMENT 51-105 ISSUERS QUOTED IN THE U.S. 
OVER-THE-COUNTER MARKETS
(Securities Act)
Made as a rule by the Alberta Securities Commission on April 11, 2012 pursuant to 
sections 223 and 224 of the Securities Act.
MULTILATERAL INSTRUMENT 51-105
ISSUERS QUOTED IN THE U.S. OVER-THE-COUNTER MARKETS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PART 1 - DEFINITIONS AND REPORTING ISSUER DESIGNATION AND 
DETERMINATION
1.	Definitions 
2.	National Instrument definitions apply
3.	Reporting issuer designation and determination
4.	Ceasing to be an OTC reporting issuer
PART 2 - DISCLOSURE
5.	Additional disclosure requirements
6.	Timely disclosure obligations
7.	Registration statement  
8.	Promotional activities 
9.	Technical reports - mineral properties
10.	Personal information form and authorization
PART 3 - RESALE OF PRIVATE PLACEMENT SECURITIES
11.	Resale of seed stock
12.	Legends on seed stock
13.	Resale of private placement securities acquired after ticker-symbol date
14.	No other hold periods
PART 4 - OTHER RESTRICTIONS 
15.	Securities for services
16.	Take-over bid
17.	Insider reports
PART 5 - EXEMPTION
18.	Exemption
PART 6 - TRANSITION AND COMING INTO FORCE
19.	Transition - financial disclosure for non-SEC filers
20.	Transition - oil and gas disclosure
21.	Coming into force 
PART 1
DEFINITIONS AND REPORTING ISSUER DESIGNATION AND DETERMINATION
Definitions
1.	In this Instrument
"OTC issuer" means an issuer
(a)	that has issued a class of securities that are OTC-quoted securities, and
(b)	that has not issued any class of securities that are listed or quoted on one 
or more of the following:
(i)	TSX Venture Exchange Inc.;
(ii)	TSX Inc.;
(iii)	Canadian National Stock Exchange;
(iv)	Alpha Exchange Inc.;
(v)	The New York Stock Exchange LLC;
(vi)	NYSE Amex LLC;
(vii)	The NASDAQ Stock Market LLC;
"OTC-quoted securities" means a class of securities that has been assigned a ticker 
symbol by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority in the United States of 
America for use on any of the over-the-counter markets in the United States of 
America and includes a class of securities whose trades have been reported in the grey 
market; 
"OTC reporting issuer" means an OTC issuer that is a reporting issuer; 
"promotional activities" means activities or communications, by or on behalf of an 
issuer, that promote or could reasonably be expected to promote the purchase or sale 
of securities of the issuer, but does not include any of the following:
(a)	the dissemination of information or preparation of records in the 
ordinary course of the business of the issuer
(i)	to promote the sale of products or services of the issuer, or
(ii)	to raise public awareness of the issuer;
(b)	activities or communications necessary to comply with the requirements 
of
(i)	the securities legislation of any jurisdiction of Canada;
(ii)	the securities laws of any foreign jurisdiction governing the 
issuer;
(iii)	any exchange or market on which the issuer's securities trade;
"ticker-symbol date" means the date that an OTC issuer is first assigned a ticker 
symbol for any class of its securities;
"trade", in Qu‚bec, for the purpose of this Instrument, refers to any of the following 
activities:
(a)	the activities described in the definition of "dealer" in section 5 of the 
Securities Act (R.S.Q., c. V-1.1), including the following activities:
(i)	the sale or disposition of a security by onerous title, whether the 
terms of payment be on margin, instalment or otherwise, but does 
not include a transfer or the giving in guarantee of securities in 
connection with a debt or the purchase of a security, except as 
provided in paragraph (b);
(ii)	participation as a trader in any transaction in a security through 
the facilities of an exchange or a quotation and trade reporting 
system;
(iii)	the receipt by a registrant of an order to buy or sell a security;
(b)	a transfer or the giving in guarantee of securities of an issuer from the 
holdings of a control person in connection with a debt.
National Instrument definitions apply
2.	Terms used in this Instrument that are defined or interpreted in National 
Instrument 51-102 Continuous Disclosure Obligations have the same meaning 
in this Instrument.
Reporting issuer designation and determination
3.	An OTC issuer is a reporting issuer under securities legislation if one or more 
of the following apply:
(a)	on or after July 31, 2012, its business has been directed or administered 
in or from the local jurisdiction;
(b)	on or after July 31, 2012, promotional activities have been carried on in 
or from the local jurisdiction;
(c)	the ticker-symbol date is on or after July 31, 2012, and, on or before the 
ticker-symbol date, the issuer distributed a security to a person resident 
in the local jurisdiction and that security is of the class of securities that 
became the issuer's OTC-quoted securities.
Ceasing to be an OTC reporting issuer
4.	(1)	Except in Qu‚bec, an OTC issuer ceases to be a reporting issuer under 
section 3 if all of the following conditions are met:
(a)	its business is not directed or administered, and has not been 
directed or administered for at least one year, in or from the local 
jurisdiction;
(b)	promotional activities are not carried on, and have not been 
carried on for at least one year, in or from the local jurisdiction; 
(c)	more than one year has passed since the ticker-symbol date;
(d)	it has filed Form 51-105F1 Notice - OTC Issuer Ceases to be an 
OTC Reporting Issuer. 
(2)	Except in Qu‚bec, if an OTC reporting issuer ceases to be an OTC issuer 
as a result of its securities being listed or quoted on an exchange or a 
quotation and trade reporting system specified in the definition of "OTC 
issuer" in section 1, the OTC reporting issuer must file Form 51-105F4 
Notice - Issuer Ceases to be an OTC Reporting Issuer at least 10 days 
before its next required filing under securities legislation in the local 
jurisdiction.


(3)	In Qu‚bec, an OTC reporting issuer must apply to the securities 
regulatory authority to have its status as an OTC reporting issuer 
revoked in order to cease to be a reporting issuer under section 3.
PART 2
DISCLOSURE
Additional disclosure requirements
5.	In addition to all other provisions of securities legislation that apply to a 
reporting issuer and its insiders, an OTC reporting issuer must comply with the 
provisions of the following National Instruments:
(a)	National Instrument 13-101 System for Electronic Document 
Analysis and Retrieval (SEDAR) that apply to an electronic filer, 
despite section 2.1 of that instrument;
(b)	National Instrument 51-102 Continuous Disclosure Obligations 
that apply to a reporting issuer that is a venture issuer;
(c)	Part 6 of National Instrument 51-102 Continuous Disclosure 
Obligations despite section 6.1 of that instrument; 
(d)	National Instrument 52-109 Certification of Disclosure in Issuers' 
Annual and Interim Filings that apply to a reporting issuer that is 
a venture issuer; 
(e)	National Instrument 52-110 Audit Committees that apply to a 
reporting issuer that is a venture issuer;
(f)	National Instrument 58-101 Disclosure of Corporate Governance 
Practices that apply to a reporting issuer that is a venture issuer.
Timely disclosure obligations
6.	(1)	Section 14.2 of National Instrument 71-101 The Multijurisdictional 
Disclosure System and section 4.2 of National Instrument 71-102 
Continuous Disclosure and Other Exemptions Relating to Foreign 
Issuers do not apply to an OTC reporting issuer.
(2)	An OTC reporting issuer may file a copy of the Form 8-K Current 
Report that it files with the SEC to comply with its obligation in 
paragraph 7.1(1)(b) of National Instrument 51-102 Continuous 
Disclosure Obligations to file Form 51-102F3 Material Change Report.
Registration statement
7.	(1)	If an OTC issuer becomes a reporting issuer on the ticker-symbol date, 
the OTC reporting issuer must file, within 5 days of the date it became a 
reporting issuer, a copy of the most recent registration statement it filed 
with the SEC.
(2)	The OTC reporting issuer must file the registration statement in 
electronic format under section 2.2 of National Instrument 13-101 
System for Electronic Document Analysis and Retrieval (SEDAR).
Promotional activities
8.	(1)	If a person will carry on promotional activities under an agreement, 
arrangement, commitment or understanding with an OTC reporting 
issuer, the OTC reporting issuer must file a notice in the form of Form 
51-105F2 Notice of Promotional Activities naming the person and 
describing the activities and the relationship of the OTC reporting issuer 
with the person, and the particulars of their agreement, arrangement, 
commitment or understanding with the OTC reporting issuer.
(2)	The OTC reporting issuer must file the notice under subsection (1) 
within one of the following dates:
(a)	at least one day before the promotional activities commence;
(b)	if on the date  the OTC issuer became an OTC reporting issuer 
promotional activities are being carried on, within 5 days of that 
date. 
(3)	The OTC reporting issuer must file the notice in electronic format  in 
accordance with National Instrument 13-101 System for Electronic 
Document Analysis and Retrieval (SEDAR).
Technical reports - mineral properties
9.	Section 4.1 of National Instrument 43-101 Standards of Disclosure for Mineral 
Projects does not apply to an OTC reporting issuer. 
Personal information form and authorization
10.	(1)	Each director, officer, promoter and control person of an OTC reporting 
issuer must deliver to the securities regulatory authorities Form 51-
105F3A Personal Information Form and Authorization of Indirect 
Collection, Use and Disclosure of Personal Information or Form 51-
105F3B Personal Information Form and Authorization of Indirect 
Collection, Use and Disclosure of Personal Information within 10 days 
of the issuer becoming an OTC reporting issuer, except for a promoter of 
an OTC issuer that becomes an OTC reporting issuer more than 2 years 
after the ticker-symbol date.
(2)	Each person that becomes a director, officer, promoter or control person 
of an OTC reporting issuer must deliver to the securities regulatory 
authorities a personal information form referred to in subsection (1) 
within 10 days of becoming a director, officer, promoter or control 
person of an OTC reporting issuer.
(3)	If a promoter or control person is not an individual, then each of its 
directors, officers and control persons must deliver a personal 
information form referred to in subsection (1) to the securities regulatory 
authorities within 10 days of the promoter or control person becoming a 
promoter or control person of an OTC reporting issuer.
PART 3
RESALE OF PRIVATE PLACEMENT SECURITIES
Resale of seed stock
11.	After the ticker-symbol date, a person must not trade a security of an OTC 
reporting issuer that the person acquired on or after July 31, 2012 and before 
the ticker-symbol date unless either of the following occurs:
(a)	the trade is in connection with one or more of the following:
(i)	a take-over bid or an issuer bid in a jurisdiction of Canada;
(ii)	an amalgamation, merger, reorganization or arrangement 
that is under a statutory procedure or court order;
(iii)	a dissolution or winding-up of the issuer that is under a 
statutory procedure or court order;
(b)	all of the following conditions are met:
(i)	the certificate representing the security carries the legend, 
or the ownership statement issued under a direct 
registration system or other electronic book entry system 
relating to the security bears the legend restriction notation, 
set out in subsection 12(2);
(ii)	the person trades the security through an investment dealer 
registered in a jurisdiction of Canada from an account at 
that investment dealer in the name of that person;
(iii)	the investment dealer executes the trade through any of the 
over-the-counter markets in the United States of America. 
Legends on seed stock
12.	(1)	As soon as practicable after the ticker-symbol date, an OTC reporting 
issuer must place
(a)	a legend on each certificate representing a security issued before 
the ticker-symbol date, and 
(b)	a legend restriction notation on each ownership statement issued 
under a direct registration system or other electronic book entry 
system relating to a security issued before the ticker-symbol date.
(2)	The legend and legend restriction notation must state the following


Unless permitted under section 11 of Multilateral Instrument 51-
105 Issuers Quoted in the U.S. Over-the-Counter Markets, the 
holder of this security must not trade the security in or from a 
jurisdiction of Canada unless 
(a)	the security holder trades the security through an investment 
dealer registered in a jurisdiction of Canada from an account at 
that dealer in the name of that security holder, and
(b)	the dealer executes the trade through any of the over-the-counter 
markets in the United States of America. 
Resale of private placement securities acquired after ticker-symbol date
13.	(1)	A person must not trade a security of an OTC reporting issuer that the 
person acquired under an exemption from the prospectus requirement 
after the ticker-symbol date unless the following conditions are satisfied:
(a)	unless the security was acquired under a director or employee 
stock option, a 4-month period has passed from one of the 
following:
(i)	the date the OTC reporting issuer distributed the security; 
(ii)	the date a control person distributed  the security;
(b)	if the person trading the security is a control person of the OTC 
reporting issuer, the person has held the security for at least 6 
months;
(c)	the number of securities the person proposes to trade, plus the 
number of securities of the OTC reporting issuer of the same class 
that the person has traded in the preceding 12-month period, does 
not exceed 5% of the OTC reporting issuer's outstanding 
securities of the same class;
(d)	the person trades the security through an investment dealer 
registered in a jurisdiction of Canada;
(e)	the investment dealer executes the trade through any of the over-
the-counter markets in the United States of America;
(f)	there has been no unusual effort made to prepare the market or 
create a demand for the security;
(g)	no extraordinary commission or other consideration is paid to a 
person for the trade;
(h)	if the person trading the security is an insider of the OTC 
reporting issuer, the person reasonably believes that the OTC 
reporting issuer is not in default of securities legislation;
(i)	the certificate representing the security bears a legend, or the 
ownership statement issued under a direct registration system or 
other electronic book entry system relating to the security bears a 
legend restriction notation, stating the following:
The holder of this security must not trade the security in or 
from a jurisdiction of Canada unless the conditions in 
section 13 of Multilateral Instrument 51-105 Issuers 
Quoted in the U.S. Over-the-Counter Markets are met.
(2)	Despite subsection (1), a person may trade a security of an OTC 
reporting issuer that the person acquired under an exemption from the 
prospectus requirement if the trade is in connection with one or more of 
the following:
(a)	a take-over bid or an issuer bid in a jurisdiction of Canada;
(b)	an amalgamation, merger, reorganization or arrangement that is 
under a statutory procedure or court order;
(c)	a dissolution or winding-up of the issuer that is under a statutory 
procedure or court order.
No other hold periods
14.	Sections 2.3, 2.4, 2.5 and 2.6 of National Instrument 45-102 Resale of 
Securities do not apply to the first trade of a security of an OTC reporting 
issuer distributed under an exemption from the prospectus requirement.
PART 4
OTHER RESTRICTIONS
Securities for services
15.	An OTC reporting issuer must not distribute a security to a director, officer, or 
consultant of the issuer for the provision of a service unless 
(a)	the consideration for the service is commercially reasonable,
(b)	in the case of a debt, the debt is a bona fide debt, and
(c)	the security is distributed for a price that is at least at its current 
market value.
Take-over bid
16.	Section 4.2 of Multilateral Instrument 62-104 Take-Over Bids and Issuer Bids 
does not apply to a take-over bid for an OTC reporting issuer for 2 years after 
the ticker-symbol date.
Insider reports
17.	A person that is exempt or otherwise not required to file an insider report under 
U.S. federal securities law relating to insider reporting may not rely on the 
exemption from insider reporting under section 17.1 of National Instrument 71-
101 The Multijurisdictional Disclosure System or section 4.12 of National 
Instrument 71-102 Continuous Disclosure and Other Exemptions Relating to 
Foreign Issuers.
PART 5
EXEMPTION
Exemption
18.	The regulator, except in Qu‚bec, or securities regulatory authority may, under 
the statute referred to in Appendix B of National Instrument 14-101 Definitions 
opposite the name of the local jurisdiction, grant an exemption from this 
Instrument.
PART 6
TRANSITION AND COMING INTO FORCE
Transition - financial disclosure for non-SEC filers
19.	Except in British Columbia, for an OTC reporting issuer that does not have a 
class of securities registered under section 12 of the 1934 Act and is not 
required to file reports under paragraph 15(d) of the 1934 Act, the requirements 
of National Instrument 51-102 Continuous Disclosure Obligations and 
National Instrument 52-109 Certification of Disclosure in Issuers' Annual and 
Interim Filings concerning the filing of
(a)	annual financial statements, related MD&A and annual 
certificates apply only to financial years beginning on or after 
January 1, 2012,
(b)	interim financial reports, related MD&A and interim certificates 
apply only to interim periods that 
(i)	begin on or after January 1, 2012, and 
(ii)	end after July 31, 2012, and
(c)	AIFs apply only to financial years beginning on or after January 
1, 2012.
Transition - oil and gas disclosure
20.	Except in British Columbia, for an OTC reporting issuer, the requirement of 
National Instrument 51-101 Standards of Disclosure for Oil and Gas Activities 
concerning the filing of Form 51-101F1 Statement of Reserves Data and Other 
Oil and Gas Information applies only to financial years beginning on or after 
January 1, 2012.
Coming into force
21.	(1)	This Instrument comes into force on July 31, 2012.
(2)	Despite subsection (1), except in British Columbia, sections 5, 6, 7, and 
8 come into force on September 30, 2012.
_______________
Form 51-105F1
Notice - OTC Issuer Ceases to be an OTC Reporting Issuer
This is the form required under paragraph 4(1)(d) of Multilateral Instrument 51-105 
Issuers Quoted in the U.S. Over-the-Counter Markets for an OTC issuer to give 
notice that it has ceased to be an OTC reporting issuer under section 3 of the 
Instrument in a jurisdiction other than Qu‚bec.
In Qu‚bec, an OTC reporting issuer must apply to the securities regulatory authority 
to have its status as an OTC reporting issuer revoked in order to cease to be a 
reporting issuer.
The Issuer
Name of Issuer:		   (the Issuer)
Head office address:		
	__________________________________
Last head office 
address (if different
from above):	__________________________________
	__________________________________
Telephone number:	__________________________________
Fax number:	__________________________________
E-mail address:	__________________________________
Ticker-symbol date:	__________________________________
Ceasing to be a Reporting Issuer
The Issuer certifies the following statements to be true:
1.	The Issuer's business is not directed or administered, and has not been 
directed or administered for at least one year, in or from [insert name of 
local jurisdiction].
2.	Promotional activities are not carried on, and have not been carried on 
for at least one year, in or from [insert name of local jurisdiction].
3.	More than one year has passed since the ticker-symbol date.
If the preceding statements are true, on filing this Notice, the Issuer is no longer an 
OTC reporting issuer in [insert name of local jurisdiction].
If the preceding statements are true, on filing this Notice, the Issuer has ceased to be 
a reporting issuer in [name of local jurisdiction].
Certificate
On behalf of the Issuer, I certify that the statements made in this Notice are true.
Date:		
	
Name of Issuer
	
Print name, title and telephone number 
of person signing on behalf of the Issuer
	
Signature
Warning:	It is an offence to make a statement in this Notice that is false or 
misleading in a material respect, or to omit facts that make this Notice false or 
misleading in a material respect.
_______________
Form 51-105F2
Notice of Promotional Activities
This is the form required under subsection 8(1) of Multilateral Instrument 51-105 
Issuers Quoted in the U.S. Over-the-Counter Markets for an OTC reporting issuer to 
give notice of promotional activities.
Issuer Information
Name of Issuer:	__________________________________(the Issuer)
Head office address:	__________________________________
	__________________________________
Telephone number:	__________________________________
Fax number:	__________________________________
E-mail address:	__________________________________
Notice of Promotional Activities 
1.	Identify each person engaged in promotional activities and provide the person's 
address, telephone and fax number, and email address.  If the person is not an 
individual, provide the name(s) of the individual(s) carrying on the activities.
________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________
2.	Describe the relationship between the Issuer and each person engaged in 
promotional activities.
________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________
3.	Include particulars of any agreement, arrangement, commitment or 
understanding between the Issuer and a person engaged in promotional activities. 
Include
i.	the effective date and duration of the agreement, arrangement or 
commitment,
ii.	the scope of activities being conducted, and
iii.	the compensation paid or to be paid by the Issuer, including any non-
cash compensation.
________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________
The Issuer [has / has not] issued a news release disclosing this information. 
If the Issuer has issued a news release, the Issuer may file it with this form.
Certificate
On behalf of the Issuer, I certify that the statements made in this Notice are true.
Date:		
	
Name of Issuer
	
Print name, title and telephone number 
of person signing on behalf of the Issuer
	
Signature
Warning:	It is an offence to make a statement in this Notice that is false or 
misleading in a material respect, or to omit facts that make this Notice false or 
misleading in a material respect.


Form 51-105F3A
Personal Information Form 
and Authorization of Indirect Collection, 
Use and Disclosure of Personal Information
This Personal Information Form and Authorization of Indirect Collection, Use and 
Disclosure of Personal Information must be completed and delivered to the securities 
regulatory authority by each individual who is required to do so under section 10 of 
Multilateral Instrument 51-105 Issuers Quoted in the U.S. Over-the-Counter Markets.  
If an individual has previously delivered a personal information form (an "Exchange 
Form") to the Toronto Stock Exchange or the TSX Venture Exchange and the 
information has not changed, the individual may deliver the Exchange Form in lieu of 
this Form if the Certificate and Consent on page 8 of this Form is completed and 
attached to the Exchange Form.
The securities regulatory authority does not make any of the personal 
information provided in this Form public, unless required under freedom of 
information legislation.
General Instructions:
All Questions	All questions must have a response.  The response of "N/A" or 
"Not Applicable" for any questions, except Questions 1(B), 
2B(iii) and 5, will not be accepted.
Questions 6 to 9	Please check (û) in the appropriate space provided.  If your 
answer to any of questions 6 to 9 is "YES", you must, in an 
attachment, provide complete details, including the 
circumstances, relevant dates, names of the parties involved and 
final disposition, if known.  Any attachment must be initialled 
by the person completing this Form.  Responses must consider 
all time periods.
Delivery	The issuer must deliver completed Forms electronically via 
the System for Electronic Document Analysis and Retrieval 
(SEDAR) under the document type "Personal Information 
Form and Authorization".  Access to this document type is 
not available to the public.
CAUTION
It is an offence to make a statement in this Form that is false or misleading in a 
material respect, or to omit facts that make this Form false or misleading in a material 
respect.  Steps may be taken to verify the answers you have given in this Form, 
including verification of information relating to any previous criminal record. 

DEFINITIONS
"Offence" includes:
(a)	a summary conviction or indictable offence under the Criminal Code (Canada);
(b)	a quasi-criminal offence (for example under the Income Tax Act (Canada), the 
Immigration Act (Canada) or the tax, immigration, drugs, firearms, money 
laundering or securities legislation of any jurisdiction of Canada);
(c)	a misdemeanour or felony under the criminal legislation of the United States of 
America, or any state or territory therein;
(d)	an offence under the criminal legislation of any other foreign jurisdiction;
NOTE:  If you have received a pardon under the Criminal Records Act 
(Canada) for an Offence that relates to fraud (including any type of 
fraudulent activity), misappropriation of money or other property, theft, 
forgery, falsification of books or documents or similar Offences, you must 
disclose the pardoned offence in this Form.  In such circumstances,
(a)	the appropriate written response would be "Yes, pardon granted on 
(date)", and
(b)	you must provide complete details in an attachment to this Form.
"Proceedings" means:
(a)	a civil or criminal proceeding or inquiry before a court;
(b)	a proceeding before an arbitrator or umpire or a person or group of persons 
authorized by law to make an inquiry and take evidence under oath in the 
matter;
(c)	a proceeding before a tribunal in the exercise of a statutory power of decision 
making where the tribunal is required by law to hold or afford the parties to the 
proceeding an opportunity for a hearing before making a decision;
(d)	a proceeding before a self-regulatory organization authorized by law to 
regulate the operations and the standards of practice and business conduct of its 
members and their representatives, in which the self-regulatory organization is 
required under its by-laws or rules to hold or afford the parties the opportunity 
for a hearing before making a decision, but does not apply to a proceeding in 
which one or more persons are required to make an investigation and to make a 
report, with or without recommendations, if the report is for the information or 
advice of the person to whom it is made and does not in any way bind or limit 
that person in any decision the person may have the power to make;
"securities regulatory authority" (or "SRA") means a body created by statute in 
any jurisdiction or in any foreign jurisdiction to administer securities law, regulation 
and policy (e.g. securities commission) but does not include an exchange or other self 
regulatory or professional organization;
"self-regulatory or professional organization" means: 
(a)	a stock, commodities, futures or options exchange;
(b)	an association of investment, securities, mutual fund, commodities, or future 
dealers;
(c)	an association of investment counsel or portfolio managers;
(d)	an association of other professionals (e.g. legal, accounting, engineering);
(e)	any other group, institution or self-regulatory entity, recognized by a securities 
regulatory authority, that is responsible for the enforcement of rules, disciplines 
or codes under any applicable legislation, or considered a self-regulatory or 
professional organization in another country.
1.  A.	IDENTIFICATION OF INDIVIDUAL COMPLETING FORM
LAST 
NAME(S)
FIRST 
NAME(S) 
MIDDLE NAME(S) (If none, please 
state)



NAME(S) MOST COMMONLY KNOWN BY:

NAME OF ISSUER 

PRESENT or 
PROPOSED 
POSITION(S) 
WITH THE 
ISSUER - 
check (?) all 
positions 
below that are 
applicable.

IF DIRECTOR / 
OFFICER DISCLOSE 
THE DATE ELECTED 
/ APPOINTED
IF OFFICER - 
PROVIDE TITLE 
IF OTHER - 
PROVIDE 
DETAILS

(?)
Month
Day
Year

Director





Officer





Other 






B.
Other than the name given in Question 1A 
above, provide any legal names, assumed names, 
or nicknames, under which you have carried on 
business or have otherwise been known, 
including information regarding any name 
change(s) resulting from marriage, divorce, 
court order or any other process.  Use an 
attachment if necessary.
FROM
TO

MM
YY
MM
YY











C.
GENDER
DATE OF BIRTH
PLACE OF BIRTH


Month
Day
Year
City
Province/State
Country
Male







Female








D.
MARITAL 
STATUS
FULL NAME OF SPOUSE - 
include common-law 
OCCUPATION OF 
SPOUSE




E.
TELEPHONE AND FACSIMILE NUMBERS AND E-MAIL ADDRESS
RESIDENTIAL
(             )
FACSIMILE
(             )
BUSINESS
(             )
E-MAIL





F.
RESIDENTIAL HISTORY - Provide all residential addresses for the past 
10 YEARS starting with your current principal residential address.  If you 
are unable to correctly identify the complete residential address for a 
period, which is beyond five years from the date of completion of this Form, 
the municipality and province or state and country must be identified.  The 
regulator reserves the right to require the full address.
STREET ADDRESS, CITY, 
PROVINCE/STATE, COUNTRY & 
POSTAL/ZIP CODE
FROM
TO

MM
YY
MM
YY














































2.  CITIZENSHIP
A.
CANADIAN CITIZENSHIP
YES
NO
(i)	Are you a Canadian Citizen?


(ii) 	Are you a person lawfully in Canada as an 
immigrant but are not yet a Canadian citizen?



(iii) 	If "Yes" to Question 2A(ii), the number of years of 
continuous residence in Canada:



B.
OTHER CITIZENSHIP
YES
NO
(i) 	Do you hold citizenship in any country other than 
Canada?


(ii) 	If "Yes" to Question 2B(i), the 
name of the country(s):

(iii) 	Please provide U.S. Social 
Security number, where you have 
such a number


3.  EMPLOYMENT HISTORY
Provide your employment history for the 10 YEARS immediately prior to the date of 
this Form starting with your current employment.  Use an attachment if necessary.

EMPLOYER 
NAME
EMPLOYER 
ADDRESS
POSITION 
HELD
FROM
TO



MM
YY
MM
YY






















4.  POSITIONS WITH OTHER ISSUERS
YES
NO
A.
While you were a director, officer or insider of an issuer, did any 
exchange or self-regulatory organization refuse approval for 
listing or quotation of that issuer (including a listing resulting 
from a qualifying transaction, reverse takeover, backdoor listing 
or change of business)?  If yes, attach full particulars. 



B.
Has your employment in a sales, investment or advisory capacity 
with any firm or company engaged in the sale of real estate, 
insurance or mutual funds ever been terminated for cause?



C.
Has a firm or company registered under the securities laws of any 
jurisdiction of Canada or of any foreign jurisdiction as a securities 
dealer, broker, investment advisor or underwriter, suspended or 
terminated your employment for cause? 



D.
Are you or have you during the last 10 years been a director, 
officer, promoter, insider or control person for any reporting 
issuer?



E.
If "YES" to 4D above, provide the names of each reporting issuer.  State the 
position(s) held and the period(s) during which you held the position(s).  Use 
an attachment if necessary.
NAME OF
REPORTING 
ISSUER
POSITION(S) 
HELD
MARKET 
TRADED 
ON
FROM
TO



MM
YY
MM
YY





























5.  EDUCATIONAL HISTORY
A.
PROFESSIONAL DESIGNATION(S) - Provide any professional 
designation held and professional associations to which you belong.  For 
example, Barrister & Solicitor, C.A., C.M.A., C.G.A., P.Eng., P.Geol., and 
CFA, etc. and indicate which organization and the date the designations 
were granted. 
PROFESSIONAL 
DESIGNATION 
And 
MEMBERSHIP 
NUMBER
GRANTOR OF 
DESIGNATION 
And 
JURISDICTION 
OR FOREIGN 
JURISDICTION
DATE 
GRANTED
ACTIVE?


MM
DD
YY
YES
NO

























B.
Provide your post-secondary educational history starting with the most 
recent. 
SCHOOL
LOCATION
DEGREE OR 
DIPLOMA
DATE OBTAINED



MM
DD
YY



















6.  OFFENCES - If you answer "YES" to any item in Question 6, you must provide 
complete details in an attachment.
YES
NO
A.
Have you ever pleaded guilty to or been found guilty of an 
offence? 



B.
Are you the subject of any current charge, indictment or 
proceeding for an offence? 



C.
To the best of your knowledge, are you or have you ever been a 
director, officer, promoter, insider, or control person of an issuer, 
in any jurisdiction of Canada or in any foreign jurisdiction, at the 
time of events, where the issuer:


(i)	has ever pleaded guilty to or been found guilty of an 
offence?


(ii)	is the subject of any current charge, indictment or 
proceeding for an offence?



7.  BANKRUPTCY - If you answer "YES" to any item in Question 7, you must 
provide complete details in an attachment and attach a copy of any discharge, release 
or other applicable document.



YES
NO
A.
Have you, in any jurisdiction of Canada or in any foreign 
jurisdiction, within the past 10 years had a petition in bankruptcy 
issued against you, made a voluntary assignment in bankruptcy, 
made a proposal under any bankruptcy or insolvency legislation, 
been subject to any proceeding, arrangement or compromise with 
creditors, or had a receiver, receiver-manager or trustee appointed 
to manage your assets? 



B.
Are you now an undischarged bankrupt?



C.
To the best of your knowledge, are you or have you ever been a 
director, officer, promoter, insider, or control person of an issuer, 
in any jurisdiction of Canada or in any foreign jurisdiction, at the 
time of events, or for a period of 12 months preceding the time of 
events, where the issuer:


(i)	has made a petition in bankruptcy, a voluntary assignment 
in bankruptcy, a proposal under any bankruptcy or 
insolvency legislation, been subject to any proceeding, 
arrangement or compromise with creditors or had a 
receiver, receiver-manager or trustee appointed to manage 
the issuer's assets?



(ii)	is now an undischarged bankrupt?




8.  PROCEEDINGS - If you answer "YES" to any item in Question 8, you must 
provide complete details in an attachment.



YES
NO
A.
CURRENT PROCEEDINGS BY SECURITIES 
REGULATORY AUTHORITY OR SELF-REGULATORY 
OR PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATION Are you now, in 
any jurisdiction or in any foreign jurisdiction, the subject of:


(i)	a notice of hearing or similar notice issued by a SRA?


(ii)	a proceeding or to your knowledge, under investigation, 
by an exchange or other self- regulatory or professional 
organization?


(iii)	settlement discussions or negotiations for settlement 
with a SRA or any self-regulatory or professional 
organization?



YES
NO
B.
PRIOR PROCEEDINGS BY SECURITIES REGULATORY 
AUTHORITY OR SELF-REGULATORY OR 
PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATION  Have you ever: 


(i)	been reprimanded, suspended, fined, been the subject of an 
administrative penalty, or otherwise been the subject of 
any disciplinary proceedings, in any jurisdiction of Canada 
or in any foreign jurisdiction, by a SRA or self- regulatory 
or professional organization?



(ii)	had a registration or licence for the trading of securities, 
exchange or commodity futures contracts, real estate, 
insurance or mutual fund products cancelled, refused, 
restricted or suspended?  


(iii)	been prohibited or disqualified under securities, corporate 
or any other legislation from acting as a director or officer 
of a reporting issuer?


(iv)	had a cease trading or similar order issued against you or 
an order issued against you that denied you the right to use 
any statutory prospectus or registration exemption?


(v)	been the subject of any other proceeding?






C.
SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT(S)


Have you ever entered into a settlement agreement with a SRA, 
self-regulatory or professional organization, an attorney general or 
comparable official or body, in any jurisdiction of Canada or in 
any foreign jurisdiction, in a matter that involved, actual or 
alleged, fraud, theft, deceit, misrepresentation, conspiracy, breach 
of trust, breach of fiduciary duty, insider trading, unregistered 
trading in securities or exchange or commodity futures contracts, 
illegal distributions, failure to disclose material facts or changes or 
similar conduct, or any other settlement agreement with respect to 
any other violation of securities legislation in a jurisdiction or in a 
foreign jurisdiction or the rules of any self-regulatory or 
professional organization?



D.
To the best of your knowledge, are you now or have you ever 
been a director, officer, promoter, insider, or control person of 
an issuer at the time of such event, in any jurisdiction of 
Canada or in any foreign jurisdiction, for which a securities 
regulatory authority or self-regulatory or professional 
organization has:


(i)	refused, restricted, suspended or cancelled the registration 
or licensing of an issuer to trade securities, exchange or 
commodity futures contracts, or to sell or trade real estate, 
insurance or mutual fund products?


(ii)	issued a cease trade or similar order or imposed an 
administrative penalty against the issuer, other than an 
order for failure to file financial statements that was 
revoked within 30 days of its issuance?  


(iii)	refused a receipt for a prospectus or other offering 
document, denied any application for listing or quotation or 
any other similar application, or issued an order that denied 
the issuer the right to use any statutory prospectus or 
registration exemptions?


(iv)	issued a notice of hearing, notice as to a proceeding or 
similar notice against the issuer?


(v)	taken any other proceeding against the issuer, including a 
trading halt, suspension or delisting of the issuer (other than 
in the normal course for proper dissemination of 
information, pursuant to a reverse takeover, backdoor 
listing or similar transaction)? 


(vi)	entered into a settlement agreement with the issuer in a 
matter that involved actual or alleged fraud, theft, deceit, 
misrepresentation, conspiracy, breach of trust, breach of 
fiduciary duty, insider trading, unregistered trading in 
securities or exchange or commodity futures contracts, 
illegal distributions, failure to disclose material facts or 
changes or similar conduct by the issuer, or involved in any 
other violation of securities legislation in a jurisdiction or in 
a foreign jurisdiction or a self-regulatory or professional 
organization's rules?



9.  CIVIL PROCEEDINGS - If you answer "YES" to any item in Question 9, you 
must provide complete details in an attachment.
YES
NO
A.
JUDGMENT, GARNISHMENT AND INJUNCTIONS
Has a court in any jurisdiction of Canada or in any foreign 
jurisdiction: 


(i)	rendered a judgment, ordered garnishment or issued an 
injunction or similar ban (whether by consent or 
otherwise) against you in a claim based in whole or in part 
on fraud, theft, deceit, misrepresentation, conspiracy, 
breach of trust, breach of fiduciary duty, insider trading, 
unregistered trading, illegal distributions, failure to 
disclose material facts or changes or allegations of similar 
conduct?


(ii)	rendered a judgment, ordered garnishment or issued an 
injunction or similar ban (whether by consent or 
otherwise) against an issuer, for which you are currently or 
have ever been a director, officer, promoter, insider or 
control person, in a claim based in whole or in part on 
fraud, theft, deceit, misrepresentation, conspiracy, breach 
of trust, breach of fiduciary duty, insider trading, 
unregistered trading, illegal distributions, failure to 
disclose material facts or changes or allegations of similar 
conduct?



B.
CURRENT CLAIMS


(i)	Are you now the subject, in any jurisdiction of Canada or in 
any foreign jurisdiction, of a claim that is based in whole or 
in part on actual or alleged fraud, theft, deceit, 
misrepresentation, conspiracy, breach of trust, breach of 
fiduciary duty, insider trading, unregistered trading, illegal 
distributions, failure to disclose material facts or changes or 
allegations of similar conduct?


(ii)	To the best of your knowledge, are you currently or have 
you ever been a director, officer, promoter, insider or 
control person of an issuer now subject, in any jurisdiction 
of Canada or in any foreign jurisdiction, of a claim that is 
based in whole or in part on actual or alleged fraud, theft, 
deceit, misrepresentation, conspiracy, breach of trust, 
breach of fiduciary duty, insider trading, unregistered 
trading, illegal distributions, failure to disclose material 
facts or changes or allegations of similar conduct?



C.
SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT



(i)	Have you ever entered into a settlement agreement, in any 
jurisdiction of Canada or in any foreign jurisdiction, in a 
civil action that involved actual or alleged fraud, theft, 
deceit, misrepresentation, conspiracy, breach of trust, 
breach of fiduciary duty, insider trading, unregistered 
trading, illegal distributions, failure to disclose material 
facts or changes or allegations of similar conduct?


(ii)	To the best of your knowledge, are you currently or have 
you ever been a director, officer, promoter, insider or 
control person of an issuer that has entered into a settlement 
agreement, in any jurisdiction of Canada or in any foreign 
jurisdiction, in a civil action that involved actual or alleged 
fraud, theft, deceit, misrepresentation, conspiracy, breach of 
trust, breach of fiduciary duty, insider trading, unregistered 
trading, illegal distributions, failure to disclose material 
facts or changes or allegations of similar conduct?







CERTIFICATE AND CONSENT

I, 
	
hereby certify that:
hereby certify that:

(Please Print - Name of Individual)


(a)	I have read and understand the questions, cautions, acknowledgement and 
consent in this Form, and the answers I have given to the questions in this Form 
and in any attachments to it are true and correct, except where stated to be to the 
best of my knowledge, in which case I believe the answers to be true; 
(b)	I have read and understand Schedule 1;    
(c)	I consent to the collection, use and disclosure of the information in this Form 
(or in a delivered Exchange Form if one is delivered in lieu of this Form) and to 
the collection, use and disclosure of further personal information in accordance 
with Schedule 1; and
(d)	I understand that I am delivering this Form with one or more securities 
regulatory authorities listed in Schedule 2 and it is an offence to make a 
statement in this Form that is false or misleading in a material respect, or to 
omit facts that make this Form false or misleading in a material respect.


	
Date

	
Signature of person named above

	
Name(s) of OTC reporting issuer(s) for which this form is 
delivered


Form 51-105F3A
Personal Information Form 
and Authorization of Indirect Collection, 
Use and Disclosure of Personal Information
Schedule 1
Collection of Personal Information
The securities regulatory authorities listed in Schedule 2 are authorized, under 
securities legislation, to collect personal information. The securities regulatory 
authorities do not make any of the information provided in this Form public, unless 
required under freedom of information legislation.
By signing the Certificate and Consent in this Form, you are consenting to submitting 
your personal information in this Form (the "Information") to the securities regulatory 
authorities and to the collection and use by the securities regulatory authorities of the 
Information, as well as any other information that may be necessary to administer 
securities legislation and assist in the administration of securities laws elsewhere. This 
may include the collection of information from law enforcement agencies, other 
government or non-governmental regulatory authorities, self-regulatory organizations, 
exchanges, and quotation and trade reporting systems in order to conduct background 
checks, verify the Information, perform investigations and conduct enforcement 
proceedings.  
Under Multilateral Instrument 51-105 Issuers Quoted in the U.S. Over-the-Counter 
Markets, you are required to deliver the Information to the securities regulatory 
authorities because you are a director, officer, promoter or control person of an OTC 
Reporting Issuer. Under freedom of information and protection of privacy legislation, 
you have a right to be informed of the existence of personal information about you 
that is kept by a securities regulatory authority, to request access to that information, 
and to request that such information be corrected, subject to applicable freedom of 
information and protection of privacy legislation.
By signing the Certificate and Consent in this Form, you acknowledge that the 
securities regulatory authorities may disclose the Information they collect about you, 
as permitted by law, where its use and disclosure is for the purposes described above.  
The securities regulatory authorities may use a third party to process the Information, 
but when that happens, the third party is obligated to comply with the limited use 
restrictions described above and federal and provincial privacy legislation.
Warning:  It is an offence to submit information that, in a material respect, and at the 
time and in the light of the circumstances in which it is submitted, is misleading or 
untrue.
Questions
If you have any questions about the collection, use and disclosure of the information 
you provide to a securities regulatory authority, you may contact the securities 
regulatory authority at the address or telephone number listed in Schedule 2.
Form 51-105F3A
Personal Information Form 
and Authorization of Indirect Collection, 
Use and Disclosure of Personal Information

Schedule 2
Securities Regulatory Authorities
British Columbia Securities Commission  
P.O. Box 10142, Pacific Centre 
701 West Georgia Street 
Vancouver, British Columbia V7Y 1L2 
Telephone: 604-899-6500 
Toll free in British Columbia and Alberta 1-800-373-6393 
Facsimile: 604-899-6506
Alberta Securities Commission 
Suite 600, 250 - 5 th Street SW 
Calgary, Alberta T2P 0R4 
Telephone: 403-297-6454 
Facsimile: 403-297-6156
Saskatchewan Financial Services Commission 
Suite 601 - 1919 Saskatchewan Drive 
Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 4H2 
Telephone: 306-787-5879 
Facsimile: 306-787-5899
The Manitoba Securities Commission 
500 - 400 St Mary Avenue 
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 4K5 
Telephone: 204-945-2548 
Toll free in Manitoba 1-800-655-5244 
Facsimile: 204-945-0330
Autorit‚ des march‚s financiers 
800, Square Victoria, 22 e ‚tage 
C.P. 246, Tour de la Bourse 
Montr‚al, Qu‚bec H4Z 1G3 
Telephone: 514-395-0337 
or 1-877-525-0337 
Facsimile: 514-873-6155 (For delivery purposes only) 
Facsimile: 514-864-6381 (For privacy requests only)


New Brunswick Securities Commission 
85 Charlotte Street, Suite 300 
Saint John, New Brunswick E2L 2J2  
Telephone: 506-658-3060 
Toll Free in New Brunswick 1-866-933-2222  
Facsimile: 506-658-3059
Nova Scotia Securities Commission 
2 nd Floor, Joseph Howe Building 
1690 Hollis Street 
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 3J9 
Telephone: 902-424-7768 
Facsimile: 902-424-4625
Prince Edward Island Securities Office 
95 Rochford Street, 4th Floor Shaw Building 
P.O. Box 2000 
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island C1A 7N8 
Telephone: 902-368-4569 
Facsimile: 902-368-5283
Government of Newfoundland and Labrador 
Financial Services Regulation Division 
P.O. Box 8700 
Confederation Building 
2nd Floor, West Block 
Prince Philip Drive 
St. John's, NFLD A1B 4J6 
Attention: Director of Securities 
Telephone: 709-729-4189 
Facsimile: 709-729-6187
Government of Yukon 
Department of Community Services 
Corporate Affairs, Yukon Securities Office 
307 Black Street, 1st Floor 
PO Box 2703 (C-6)  
Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A 2C6 
Telephone: 867-667-5466 
Facsimile: 867-393-6251
Government of the Northwest Territories 
Government of the Northwest Territories 
Office of the Superintendent of Securities 
P.O. Box 1320 
Yellowknife, NT X1A 2L9 
Attention: Deputy Superintendent, Legal & Enforcement 
Telephone: 867-920-8984 
Facsimile: 867-873-0243
Government of Nunavut 
Department of Justice 
Legal Registries Division 
P.O. Box 1000, Station 570 
1 st Floor, Brown Building 
Iqaluit, Nunavut X0A 0H0 
Telephone: 867-975-6590 
Facsimile: 867-975-6594
_______________
Form 51-105F3B
Personal Information Form 
and Authorization of Indirect Collection, 
Use and Disclosure of Personal Information
This Personal Information Form and Authorization of Indirect Collection, Use and 
Disclosure of Personal Information must be completed and delivered to the securities 
regulatory authority by each individual who is required to do so under section 10 of 
Multilateral Instrument 51-105 Issuers Quoted in the U.S. Over-the-Counter Markets. 
If an individual has previously delivered either Form 51-105F3A Personal 
Information Form and Authorization of Indirect Collection, Use and Disclosure of 
Personal Information or a personal information form to the Toronto Stock Exchange 
or TSX Venture Exchange in connection with another OTC Reporting Issuer and the 
information has not changed, the individual may deliver this Form in satisfaction of 
the requirement in section 10 of Multilateral Instrument 51-105 Issuers Quoted in the 
U.S. Over-the-Counter Markets if the Certificate and Consent below is completed.
The securities regulatory authority does not make any of the personal 
information provided in this Form public, unless required under freedom of 
information legislation.



CERTIFICATE AND CONSENT

I, 
	
hereby certify that:
hereby certify that:

(Please Print - Name of Individual)


(a)	I delivered form 51-105F3A Personal Information Form and Authorization of 
Indirect Collection, Use and Disclosure of Personal Information on 
________________________ (insert date) for _______________________ 
(insert name of issuer).  I have read and understood the questions, cautions, 
acknowledgement and consent in that Form, and the answers I have given to the 
questions in that Form and in any attachments to it are true and correct, except 
where stated to be to the best of my knowledge, in which case I believe the 
answers to be true; 
(b)	I have read and understand Schedule 1;    
(c)	I consent to the collection, use and disclosure of the information in this Form 
and to the collection, use and disclosure of further personal information in 
accordance with Schedule 1; and 
(d)	I understand that I am delivering this Form to a securities regulatory authority, 
and it is an offence under securities legislation to provide false or misleading 
information to the securities regulatory authority.


	
Date

	
Signature of person named above

	
Name(s) of OTC reporting issuer(s) for which this form is 
delivered


Form 51-105F3B
Personal Information Form 
and Authorization of Indirect Collection, 
Use and Disclosure of Personal Information

Schedule 1
Collection of Personal Information
The securities regulatory authorities listed in Schedule 2 are authorized, under 
securities legislation, to collect personal information. The securities regulatory 
authorities do not make any of the information provided in this Form public, unless 
required under freedom of information legislation.
By signing the Certificate and Consent in this Form, you are consenting to submitting 
your personal information in this Form (the "Information") to the securities regulatory 
authorities and to the collection and use by the securities regulatory authorities of the 
Information, as well as any other information that may be necessary to administer 
securities legislation and assist in the administration of securities laws elsewhere. This 
may include the collection of information from law enforcement agencies, other 
government or non-governmental regulatory authorities, self-regulatory organizations, 
exchanges, and quotation and trade reporting systems in order to conduct background 
checks, verify the Information, perform investigations and conduct enforcement 
proceedings.  
Under Multilateral Instrument 51-105 Issuers Quoted in the U.S. Over-the-Counter 
Markets, you are required to deliver the Information to the securities regulatory 
authorities because you are a director, officer, promoter or control person of an OTC 
Reporting Issuer.   Under freedom of information and protection of privacy 
legislation, you have a right to be informed of the existence of personal information 
about you that is kept by a securities regulatory authority, to request access to that 
information, and to request that such information be corrected, subject to applicable 
freedom of information and protection of privacy legislation.
By signing the Certificate and Consent in this Form, you acknowledge that the 
securities regulatory authorities may disclose the Information they collect about you, 
as permitted by law, where its use and disclosure is for the purposes described above.  
The securities regulatory authorities may use a third party to process the Information, 
but when that happens, the third party is obligated to comply with the limited use 
restrictions described above and federal and provincial privacy legislation.
Warning:  It is an offence to submit information that, in a material respect, and at the 
time and in the light of the circumstances in which it is submitted, is misleading or 
untrue.
Questions
If you have any questions about the collection, use and disclosure of the information 
you provide to a securities regulatory authority, you may contact the securities 
regulatory authority at the address or telephone number listed in Schedule 2.
_______________
Form 51-105F3B
Personal Information Form 
and Authorization of Indirect Collection, 
Use and Disclosure of Personal Information

Schedule 2
Securities Regulatory Authorities
British Columbia Securities Commission 
P.O. Box 10142, Pacific Centre 
701 West Georgia Street 
Vancouver, British Columbia V7Y 1L2 
Telephone: 604-899-6500 
Toll free in British Columbia and Alberta 1-800-373-6393 
Facsimile: 604-899-6506
Alberta Securities Commission 
Suite 600, 250 - 5 th Street SW 
Calgary, Alberta T2P 0R4 
Telephone: 403-297-6454 
Facsimile: 403-297-6156
Saskatchewan Financial Services Commission 
Suite 601 - 1919 Saskatchewan Drive 
Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 4H2 
Telephone: 306-787-5879 
Facsimile: 306-787-5899
The Manitoba Securities Commission 
500 - 400 St Mary Avenue 
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 4K5 
Telephone: 204-945-2548 
Toll free in Manitoba 1-800-655-5244 
Facsimile: 204-945-0330


Autorit‚ des march‚s financiers 
800, Square Victoria, 22 e ‚tage 
C.P. 246, Tour de la Bourse 
Montr‚al, Qu‚bec H4Z 1G3 
Telephone: 514-395-0337 
or 1-877-525-0337 
Facsimile: 514-873-6155 (For delivery purposes only) 
Facsimile: 514-864-6381 (For privacy requests only)
New Brunswick Securities Commission 
85 Charlotte Street, Suite 300 
Saint John, New Brunswick E2L 2J2  
Telephone: 506-658-3060 
Toll Free in New Brunswick 1-866-933-2222 
Facsimile: 506-658-3059
Nova Scotia Securities Commission 
2 nd Floor, Joseph Howe Building 
1690 Hollis Street 
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 3J9 
Telephone: 902-424-7768 
Facsimile: 902-424-4625
Prince Edward Island Securities Office 
95 Rochford Street, 4th Floor Shaw Building 
P.O. Box 2000 
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island C1A 7N8 
Telephone: 902-368-4569 
Facsimile: 902-368-5283
Government of Newfoundland and Labrador 
Financial Services Regulation Division 
P.O. Box 8700 
Confederation Building 
2 nd Floor, West Block 
Prince Philip Drive 
St. John's, NFLD A1B 4J6 
Attention: Director of Securities 
Telephone: 709-729-4189 
Facsimile: 709-729-6187
Government of Yukon 
Department of Community Services 
Corporate Affairs, Yukon Securities Office 
307 Black Street, 1st Floor 
PO Box 2703 (C-6) 
Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A 2C6 
Telephone: 867-667-5466 
Facsimile: 867-393-6251
Government of the Northwest Territories 
Government of the Northwest Territories 
Office of the Superintendent of Securities 
P.O. Box 1320 
Yellowknife, NT X1A 2L9 
Attention: Deputy Superintendent, Legal & Enforcement 
Telephone: 867-920-8984 
Facsimile: 867-873-0243
Government of Nunavut 
Department of Justice 
Legal Registries Division 
P.O. Box 1000, Station 570 
1 st Floor, Brown Building 
Iqaluit, Nunavut X0A 0H0 
Telephone: 867-975-6590 
Facsimile: 867-975-6594
_______________
Form 51-105F4
Notice - Issuer Ceases to be an OTC Reporting Issuer 
This is the form required under subsection 4(2) of Multilateral Instrument 51-105 
Issuers Quoted in the U.S. Over-the-Counter Markets. This form must be completed 
and filed in jurisdictions other than Qu‚bec if an OTC reporting issuer has ceased to 
be an OTC issuer because it has a class of securities listed or quoted on an exchange 
or a quotation and trade reporting system specified in the definition of "OTC issuer" 
in section 1 of the Instrument.
In Qu‚bec, an OTC reporting issuer that has a class of securities listed or quoted on 
an exchange or a quotation and trade reporting system specified in the definition of 
"OTC issuer" in section 1 of the Instrument must apply to the securities regulatory 
authority to have its status as an OTC reporting issuer revoked in order to cease to be 
an OTC issuer.
The Issuer
Name of Issuer:		 (the Issuer)
Head office address:		
	__________________________________
Last head office 
address (if different
from above):	__________________________________
	__________________________________
Telephone number:	__________________________________
Fax number:	__________________________________
E-mail address:	__________________________________
Ceasing to be an OTC Reporting Issuer
The Issuer's  _____________________ [describe class of securities] are listed or 
quoted 
on ___________________________ [name of exchange or quotation and trade 
reporting system listed in definition of OTC issuer in section 1 of Multilateral 
Instrument 51-105 Issuers Quoted in the U.S. Over-the-Counter Markets].
If the Issuer has ceased to be an OTC issuer, the Issuer is no longer an OTC Reporting 
Issuer under Multilateral Instrument 51-105 Issuers Quoted in the U.S. Over-the-
Counter Markets.
The Issuer [will not be / will remain] a reporting issuer in a jurisdiction of Canada.
Certificate
On behalf of the Issuer, I certify that the statements made in this Notice are true.
Date:		
	
Name of Issuer
	
Print name, title and telephone number 
of person signing on behalf of the Issuer
	
Signature
Warning:	It is an offence to make a statement in this Notice that is false or 
misleading in a material respect, or to omit facts that make this Notice false or 
misleading in a material respect.
Treasury Board and Finance
Insurance Notice
(Insurance Act)
Notice is hereby given that AXA General Insurance amalgamated with Novex 
Insurance Company.  The continuing company is Novex Insurance Company.
Effective May 1, 2012
Brad Geddes 
Deputy Superintendent of Insurance.
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 Bare 
Bones Clothing & Accessories Inc. on June 6, 2012.
A. Teertstra, Director.
_______________
Notice is hereby given that a Certificate of Intent to Dissolve was issued to Thomas 
L. Spraggs Professional Corporation on May 4, 2012.
Dated at Edmonton, Alberta on May 4, 2012.
David T. Parkatti, Barrister & Solicitor.
Public Sale of Land
(Municipal Government Act)
Parkland County
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
Parkland County will offer for sale, by public auction, at the Parkland County Centre, 
53109A Hwy 779, Parkland County, Alberta, on Wednesday, August 15, 2012, at 
10:00 a.m., the following lands:
Roll #
Lot
Block
Plan
Legal
Acres
C of T #
4004
44
1
0622291
NW 7-51-25-W4
1.040
072661018
11004
5
1
4572RS
SW 17-51-25-W4
2.100
052358954
12002
3A
1
8522152
SE 18-51-25-W4
2.770
072683381
139017
-
45
4118RS
SE 29-51-26-W4
11.920
062401183
218003
E
-
6347KS
NE 33-52-26-W4
19.980
082164464
218004
F
-
3635MC
NE 33-52-26-W4
17.330
082164464001
429003
1
-
8320704
SW 23-51-27-W4
2.860
902234590
1109000
-
-
-
NW 17-52-1-W5
149.290
092445041
1193005
5
1
1600RS
NE 9-53-1-W5
21795.00
762 129604
1229012
13
3
7521698
NE 18-53-1-W5
3.490
022274412
1530003
-
4
9522992
SW 11-52-2-W5
2.990
002111706
1587004
5
2
7721874
NW 25-52-2-W5
3.030
082481215
1607027
32
1
7621420
NW 30-52-2-W5
2.190
062384072
1607033
3
2
7621420
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1.	Each parcel of land offered for sale at public auction will be subject to a reserve 
bid and to the reservations and conditions contained in the existing certificate of 
title.
2.	Redemption of a parcel of land offered for sale may be affected by certified 
payment of all arrears of taxes, penalties and costs at any time prior to 10:00 a.m. 
on August 15, 2012.
3.	The terms and conditions of sale are:
a.	Sales are cash only, with a 10% non-refundable deposit upon acceptance of 
an offer at the public auction, with the balance of the purchase price due 
within thirty (30) days.
b.	GST will be applied to all applicable lands sold at public auction.
c.	Properties will be offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis, and Parkland 
County 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 any subject land 
for any intended use by the successful bidder.
d.	No bid will be accepted where the bidder attempts to attach conditions to the 
sale of any parcel of land.
e.	No terms and conditions of sale will be considered other than those 
specified by Parkland County.
f.	The successful bidder will be required to execute a Sale Agreement in a 
form and substance acceptable to Parkland County at the close of the public 
auction.
g.	No further information is available at the Auction regarding the lands to be 
sold.
4.	Parkland County may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel 
of land that is not sold at the public auction.  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.
Dated at Parkland County, Alberta, June 7, 2012.
Jennifer McAdam, Supervisor, Legislative & Administrative Services.
______________
Town of Cardston
Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Town of Cardston will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Town 
Administration Building at 67 - 3rd Avenue West, Cardston, Alberta, on Monday, 
August 13, 2012, at 1:00 p.m., the following land:
Plan
Block
Lot &  
Description
DCT 
Number
3535R
19
31 & 32
061514396
Each parcel will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations and 
conditions contained in the existing Certificate of Title.
The Town of Cardston may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel 
of land not sold at the public auction.
Terms: Cash
Redemption may be affected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Cardston, Alberta, June 4, 2012.
Marian Carlson, Chief Administrative Officer.
______________
Town of Eckville
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Town of Eckville will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Town Office, 5023 - 
51 Avenue, Eckville, Alberta, on Wednesday, August 15, 2012, at 2:00 p.m., the 
following land:
Lot
Block
Plan
Civic Address
20
3
6117AQ
5023 - 52 Avenue
The parcel will be offered for sale, subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations and 
conditions contained in the existing certificate of title.
This property is being offered for sale on an "as is, where is" basis and the Town of 
Eckville makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the 
adequacy of services, soil conditions, land use districting, building and development 
conditions, absence or presence of environmental contamination, or the developability 
of the subject property for any intended use by the Purchaser.
Terms: Cash, Money Order or Certified Cheque - 10% down, balance in 15 days.
The Town of Eckville may, after the public auction, become the owner of any parcel 
of land that is not sold at the public auction.
Redemption may be effected by payment of all arrears of taxes and costs at any time 
prior to the sale.
Dated at Eckville, Alberta, June 13, 2012.
Therese Kleeberger, Municipal Administrator.
______________
Village of Hythe
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Village of Hythe will offer for sale, by public auction, at the Hythe Municipal 
Office, 10011 - 100 Street, Hythe, Alberta, on Friday, August 31, 2012, at 1:00 p.m., 
the following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
C. of T.
54
18
772 3036
082 393 246
2
D
792 0863
032 420 632
The 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 makes 
no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as to the adequacy of services, 
soil conditions, land use districting, building and development conditions, absence or 
presence of environmental 	contamination, or the developability of the subject land for 
any intended use by the successful bidder.  No bid will be accepted where the bidder 
attempts to attach conditions of sale of any parcel of land.  No terms and 	conditions of 
sale will be considered other than those specified by the Village.
The Village of Hythe 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 the Village of Hythe, Alberta, June 7, 2012.
Greg Gayton, Chief Administrative Officer.
______________
Summer Village of Birch Cove
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Summer Village of Birch Cove will offer for sale, by public auction, in the 
Village Office, 611 - 6th Street, Ross Haven, Alberta, on Monday, August 20, 2012, 
at 1:00 p.m., the following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan
Roll #
Title #
14
1
2684MC
01400
952 123 246 +1
15
1
2684MC
01500
952 123 246
The 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 Summer 
Village of Birch Cove makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as 
to the adequacy of services, soil conditions, land use districting, building and 
development conditions, absence or presence of environmental contamination, or the 
developability of the subject land for any intended use by the Purchaser.
The Summer Village of Birch Cove may, after the public auction, become the owner 
of the parcels of land that are not sold at public auction.
All Bidders or their agents must be present at the public auction.
Terms: Cash, Bank Draft, Certified Cheque. A $5,000.00 non-refundable deposit on 
the day of the sale and balance due within 30 (thirty) days of 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 Summer Village of Birch Cove, Alberta, June 8, 2012.
Dennis Evans, CAO.
______________
Summer Village of West Cove
Notice is hereby given that, under the provisions of the Municipal Government Act, 
the Summer Village of West Cove will offer for sale, by public auction, in the Village 
Office, 611 - 6th Street, Ross Haven, Alberta, on Monday, August 20, 2012, at 1:00 
p.m., the following lands:
Lot
Block
Plan 
Roll #
Title #
10
17
721MC
1300
772 258 820
The parcel will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid and to the reservations and 
conditions contained in the existing certificate of title.
The land is being offered for sale on an "as is" "where is" basis, and the Summer 
Village of West Cove makes no representation and gives no warranty whatsoever as 
to the adequacy of services, soil conditions, land use districting, building and 
development conditions, absence or presence of environmental contamination, or the 
developability of the subject land for any intended use by the Purchaser.
The Summer Village of West Cove may, after the public auction, become the owner 
of any parcel of land that is not sold at the public auction.
All Bidders or their agents must be present at the public auction.
Terms: Cash, Bank Draft, Certified Cheque. A $5,000.00 non-refundable deposit on 
the day of the sale and balance due within 30 (thirty) days of 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 Summer Village of West Cove, Alberta, June 8, 2012.
Dennis Evans, Municipal Administrator.







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